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The Marion Daily Mirror,
VOLUME XVI. NO. U4. 0
ATAKION. OHIO, TJLUBSDAY EVENING, SEPT2BM31EH 3, 1907.
.PBIOE TWO GENTf
Horrible Atrocities Practiced at Kishineff Black Hundred
. From Odessa Joined by Jew Baiters in Making the
Raid Upon the Jewish Quarter.
Bucharest, Roumnnlu, Sept. 12.
Horrible atrocities against helpless
Jews during tho massacre at Klshl
nbff, many of tho vlctlmB being
burned nllvo, are reported In des
patches rccolvcd hero. According to
these advices, rowdies from Odessa
were responsible for tho pogrom,
A large band of roughs sent by tho
Black Hundred Organization, arrived
in iClBhliioft Sunday night. They
the Sonding of the Battleship Fleet to the Pacific Has
Caused the Secretary to Lose His Prestage at the
White House and He is Said to be 'Preparing
to Leave, Gracefully.
Washington, Sept. 12. On tho
evo of his return to Washington
from California, where ho has spent
tnorq than two months the rumor
IsM revived that Victor II. Metcalf
will resign tho navy port folio in
President Roosevelt's cabinet.
This rumor has been persistently
circulated since tho strange conflict
in tho announcements issued by
Secretary Metcalf at Oakland and
SOcrotary Loch at Oyster Bay. Mr.
Mctealf's to the effect that it had
been definitely determined to send
tho Atlantic battleship fleet to the
Pacific jntlIr.-, Loeb'a- (.hat no
sifcirttccislpu 'liilg been' reached.
At first the reports of Mr. Met-
es the" Old Soldiers at
Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 12. With
the first business session today -for
the forty-first natlonul encampment
of tho Grand Army of tho liopubllcV
the final, ,ovents of this year's gath
ering, hold licro this week, began.
Tho niarnng session was devoted
principally to tho annual address of
Commander-in-Chief Brown and oth
orreporta, In his address, Commander Iirown
paid a tribute to President Roose
velt, declaring him to bo a friend of
thq Grnnd Army, to have given ev
idence flf this friendship by his treat
ment of the veterans. Ho urged tho
establishment of a pormanont Invest
ment fund for tho G. a. It. and de
clared that no Grand Army member
should 'be suspended from his post
becauso of Inability to pay ills dues.
Jpsoph O'Ncall, In his annual re
port, stated that 9,000 members of
the Grand Army havo died this year,
a dccroaBo from last year. Warren
W, Goss, patriotic Instructor, urged
the Introduction of military Instruc
tions In the public schools. Dr. W.
H-. Johnson, surgeon general, rccom
' mvUdod tho establishment by tho
United States government, 0f a hos
pital (pr. Insane soldiers.
Late this afternoon Judge Charles
O." Burton, of Nevada, Missouri, will
probably bo olected commander-in-chief,
and Toledo, Ohio, Delected as
the nicotine place of tho next cn-
campmpnt. This will conclude tho
worft of the encampment, A muster
will bo held tonight with speakers
of Grand (Army and men of national
COAL- FAMINE IS
'. -THREATENED IN PENNSY.
Philadelphia Pa., Sopt. 12. An
thracito and bituminous operators
suy that the' Coal situutiou is grow
ing serious' throughout tho state,
and it "is freely predicted that be
fore midwinter thore will bo a
famine, of immense si.o.
,T)ip .sijpply P wntor has also be
iopu)o, a ' iserious problem in tho,
anthracite region. . "'
woro Joined by u mob of local Jew
baiters and tin nttack was made on
tho Jewish quarter. A largo lumber
yard In tho vicinity was fired and
Jews wcro driven Into tho flames as
they rushed, panic-stricken, out of
Hundreds of refugees from Kishi
neff havo reached tho villages along
tho I'ruth river. Frontier guards
havo been lntsructed not to nllow any
to cross Into Roumania.
calf's retirement were based on the
supposition that tho president was
angry with him for giving away
administration's plan with regard
to the fleet. Moro recently, how
ever, the story has gone the rounds
that Metealf's status nt tho Whito
House has been impaired for other
reasons that those connected with
tho program for tho battleships and
thntt Mr. Metcalf, realizing this, is
mnking preparations to leave tho
president's ofllrinl family as grace
fully as possible
In the abscneo from Washington
of thoso who would. ho in .position,
to know tho rtruth of these rumors!
it is impossible! to snv whnHmr Mr.
Melcnlf will stay or go.
Noted Theosophist Talks
About the Oil King
Chicago, Sept, 12. -That John I).
Rockcfollcr will bo reborn an angel
without any memory of trusts or div
idends, Is tho prediction of Mrs. An
nie Dcsant, world president of the
Thcosophlcal society, who Is certain
that when tho oil king returnB to
earth ufter death ho will bo as per
fect as It Is possible for man to bo.
Mrs. Besant says this about tho
richest man In tho world:
"Reincarnation makes us look at
a man In two ways. Take one of
your rich men, say, :or instance,
"In his next reincarnation, no will
return with ull his good qaulltlea,
with everything that Is good and
true within him. Ho will bo u per
fect being, for ho will bo minus thoso
finalities which have made lilm so
brutal and so uujust."
' RECEIVES CALLERS
Worccstor, Mass., Sopt. 12. Mi8
Louisa Tnl't, mother of Secretary
of War Tail, was eighty yours old
yesterday uind for tho lint limo
sfneo she became ill, July 25, sho
sat up and received eallors.
Her physician says ho expects,
that she will soon recover com
pletely. NIOK MAY RUN TOR
MAYOR IN 0IN0Y.
Cincinnati, Sept. 12. Congress,
man Nick Loiigworth, us tho Ilopuh
liean candidnto for mayor, is now
said to ho tho political program
of Julius Floischmniin and Norniau
Kenan, against their friends, 0eo.
B. Cox and Rud Hynicka, nnd it
is said that lio new program has
(ho ooniplole approval of Iho boss
and his: followers. T.ongworth i
hurrying- to Cincinnati, Ho will ho
in the city next Tuesday.
IOWA MAN IS ' . IW I K IJtJg
III 4 t -FpH FOR'AKBU
Marengo, In., Sept.' 12. At llio
Iowa county l'air yesterday, Liston
Jk'Millcn, of Oskaloosa, delivered
n lengthy address upon tho theme,
"For President, Senator Joseph
IJensou Fornkcr. '' ,
Mr. McMillan said tliat if Sena
tor Foraker' received tho votes of
the Ohio delegation, tho senator will
he the second choice from nil lmrls
U inu union .
Marriage for Life is a Great
Crime Says a 'Frisco
San Francisco, Sept, i2.ln a
lecture before (the San FiaMclsco
sociological society last night 1'roJt. 'i
Edgar Larkin, itu -astronomer said:
"Marriaire for lite is tho great
est crude that can ho committed in
the world from either a iihysiolisica
psychological or anthropological,
point of view anil tue tniru party
who joins a ma.ti and u. woman in
a murriasro for life, whether ho
nets in civil or religious procedure
or ns witness to the contract, is tho
greatest criminal in tho world."
Prof. Uu'kiii said his views wcro
tho lesult of twenty years' close
study of anthropology and of human
nature. Continuing, ho said:
'Jinotv-fivo icr cent. of tho
crimes in the world uro duo to mar
ringe for life, a contract that must
ho abolished in time. If it con
tinues the Anglo-Saxon race will
bo wiped out. 1 know what 1 am
talking about, for aside from my
study of these matters, it has been
proved to jne thnt 1 am light.
I have asked nnd received letters
from 18.000 women in tho United
Ktntnawnmmi wlm nrn -inlnntpil.
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(inciieciua ami voiiuge nrai unci
tuey ,icii mo x am rigm."
VICTIMS -OP POISONED
WHISKEY WILL RECOVER
Cortland, O., Sept. 12. Cleorgo
Hayes and wife, poisoned by drink
ing from u bottle of whisky con
taining strychnine left in their mnil
box, will recover. No clow lias been
found to tho person who loft tho
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Mqther Earth Cut, cut,
Taft Says the Present Fight
Does Not Concern
Seattle,' Wash., Sept. 12. Secre
tary Taft heartily iuvors Congrcbs
muii IJuitoii in his race for mayor
of Cleveland. In nn interview to
day, ho said: "There is no doubt
Burton's election is 0f real im
portance to the city and Mnto of
"The conliniianco of a strongly
intrenched- ndveiu organization in
tho largest city of one of tho most
important stales of the union should
bo prevented'. "
"Has. the endorsement of Bur
ton's candidacy any iclalion to the
election"' of fn successor to .Senator
No. It do not lelato to that
. WILL TALK
Jewelers Decide to Tnvite
Himfto the Festal
Cincinnati fwjept. 12. After tho
resolutions palged by the Ohio Retail
Jewelers' association Wednesday, at
tacking SenatSfa Foraker and Dick,
became public', Senator Foraker
asked tho cob rention lor an oppor
tunity to nrtdrHs Its delegates. Tills
was refused olthe ground that tho
covention did not hao time to listen
to his explanatteUj ,
The'fbwas iSBontlment, Thursday,
however, to aUdrS' him an oppor
tunity, to explalnjand It was decided
to Invite tho senator to the banquet
Of the assoclatlonat tho Grand hotel
Thursday night. 'Jr
RAILWAY WILL INSTALL
Alliance, O., ,Scpt. 12. The
Lake Erie, Alliance & Wheeling
linilroad, winch is"'"n branch of tho
SAME OLD EGG. I
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cut, nothing! That's the samo old nest
liJike Shore system, is contemplat
ing the installing of -a complete
telephone system along the lino.
The telephone is to bo used in
addition to tho regular telegraph
sys,leiu now in service. Olllcials of
the Lake Sliorc road went over tho
line with a view of inaugurating
tlio projwsed telephone system.
Bcdy With Skull Fractured
is Found in a Fence
Ashtabula, O., Sept. 12. The body
of Matthew Weeks, fifty, Finnish
farmer, who has been missing bIiicc
August 9, was found Thursday In a
secluded fence corner on tho line
between two woods. Coroner Austin
found tho man's skull had been frac
tured, and declared that ho had un
doubtedly been murdered.
When Weeks disappeared ho had
$75 In his pocket. When tho body
was found, his Dockets contained
The badly decayed remains were
Identified by a fifteen-year-old son,
tho eldest of seven children.
After making two trips to Ashta
bula with produce, on the day of
his disappearance, Weeks surprised
his wife by setting out with $50, and
refusing to tell her why he again
went to town. Reaching here, ho
borrowed $25 more and started home.
He did not reach home. His horse
arrived alone the next morning.
DICK WANTS THE
WHOLE GUARD THERE
Akron, O., Sept. 12. Senator
Charles Dick has not yet given up
hope of having tho entire Ohio
National Guard attend tho dedica
tion of the McKiuley monument in
Canton. Senator Hick is confined to
his homo by rheumatism, but is
planning the final, .details for tho
big parado and file military por
tion of the ceremony.
It is certain that tho Eighth
Regiment, O. X. CJ., which, when
in the United States service in 1808
was known as "MeKinley's Own"
will attend. Tho Eighth will bo
mobilized ,in Akron preparatory to
the trip. In 189S this regiment
conlnined three companies from Can"
(on, President MoKinlcy's homo
city, and two of the President's
nephews were in thcie companies.
end you had elnht years ago.
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Jury so Decides After an all Night Sitting "Bright Eyes'
Must Hereafter Confine Her Activities to the Spirit
World Relatives Win in the Suit.
New York, Sept. 12. -"Bright Kyes"
hereafter must confine iier activities
to the spirit world where she is such
a shining light. This, In effect, is
the verdict of the sheriff's Jury In
holding aged Edward Ward Vander
bilt, who confessed to being influ
enced by tho spirit of the departed
Indian maiden, Is incompetent to
mnuagc his property. it la prob-
able a conservator will bo appoint
ed to manage Vnnderbllt's estate.
"The Bright Eyes" has attracted
unusual attention on account of Its
startling and sensational develop
JmentH. 'The proceedings to test
Vanderbilt's sanity were begun by
HARRIMAN AND HILL
ALLOWED TO ESCAPE
No Searching Inquiry Will be Made Into the Operation of
Their Lines, Since It is Conceeded by Interstate
Commerce Commissioners That Little or no
Good Can be Accomplished.
Washington, Sopt. 12. Immedi
ately upon the re-assembllng of tho
interstate commerce commission early
In October, consldeiatlon will be
given to the order to the commission
some months ago, providing for an
inquiry into the operations of the
railroads in tho control of James J.
Hill. All indications point to an
abandonment of .Uiq Inquiry In the
case of the Hill roads, and formal
notlco to this effect will probably be
given by the commission, following
its first meeting after the summer re
Tho determination of the commis
sion to probo the Hill roads was
reached coincident with tho Issuance
of tho order for an Investigation into
the conduct nnd management of the
railroads controlled by E. H. Harrl
man. At that time, It was planned to
Youngstown Pastor Has
Some Doubts About
Cleveland. Sent. 12. A formal
charge of heresy was mado against
Hev. C. W. Tinsiey, Youngstown,
by Presiding Klder O. W. Holmes at
today's session of tho Hast Ohid
.Methodist Episcopal conference.
It is nlleged Itev. Tinsiey expressed
disbelief In tho book of Genesis and
doubt ns to whether Moses wrote tho
books of Moses. He Is also charged
with an unmlnlsterlal attitude. Nino
presiding elders havo been named to
Itev. Tinsiey came to tho First
Methodist Episcopal church, Youngs
town, from Indianapolis. He also
served at Terre Haute, Indiana. He
Is one of tho leading Methodists
preachers of the Middle West
WANTS NEGROES TO
Washington, Sept. 12. The na
tional Haptist (negro) convention
opened hero yesterday with a largo
attondanco of delegates from all
parts of the country.
Itev. Ur. K. C. Morris of Hel
ena, Ark., president of tho conven
tion, in liis annual uddrc&s said
thnt despite, n few agitators, who
would advocate social intermingling
all intelligent, thoughtful negroes
aio unalterably opposed to any such
doctrine nnd rather favor tho abso
lute separation of llio races on so
They believed, he Mud, Hint this
enn bo done without in llio least
curtailing any .of tho civil or poli
tical rights of any mnn, nnd to
nmalgamato would destroy tha iden
tity of tho African raco on this
his daughter, Minerva, who objected
to tho manner In which the old man,
under "Bright Eyes" Influence, had
given much of his property to his re
cently acquired wife, formerly Mrs.
May Scauncll Pepper, high priestess
of the spooks. Mrs. Popper Vander
bilt, the medium of "Bright Eyes,"
was urged in vain by Miss Vander
bilt's attorneys to "materialize" tha
famous little Indian spook for tho
Jury's Inspection after Vanderbllt con
fessed his unfailing faith In her."
It took the Jury all night to reach
Its conclusion that "Bright Eyes"
has no place among tho living and
declared Vanderbllt Incompetent. k
look into tho operations of practically
all the railroads In tho United States
and although tho project was regard
ed as one of great magnitude, tho
commission fully Intended to cm
bark upon it. The conclusion has
been reached, however, that no use-
rui purpose will be accomplished by
a general Inquiry Into the methods
of business of the Hill roads or tho
other big carriers of the country.
It Is contended the publicity given
to the transactions of Mr. Harrlman,
which somo authorities claim were
almost general in tho transportation
world, lias resulted In reforniB nil
along the line. According to offi
cials here. Mr. Hnrrlmnn has cor
rected many of tho abuses found In
his management of railroad property
and other railroad men In positions
of power and responsibility have
SmoothjGame Worked Upon
a JNew Philadelphia
Now Philadelphia, O., Sept. 12.
Indicted on a charge of robbery by, i
the grand Jury, WHinim sues, alleged
worker of green goods games ouj
llliam Newsdorfer, harness maker7
Is under urre3t. . .
Newsdorfer was the victim of three
clover swindlers, who took $300 from-l'
nun Monday night, it is charged.
He had arranged to buy $1,000 worth
or bogus money for $;ioo cold cash.
Sites, he says, was to have exchanged
low ror similar bills, "just as good
as the real."
Newsdorfer went with Sites, ,he
says, to a secluded spot at midnight.
There a stranger was In waiting, and
Immediately made a trade with Slte3
It Is alleged. Just as Newsdorfer
was about to pass over his package,
a man With a lilcr hmlun Innmml frnm
behind a tree aud held revolvers 1
eacn hand. The stranger fled and
the man with tho badge fired after''
him. Sites disappeared. sava
Newsdorfer ' ,f
"You must give me your money.".
declared the intruder, who said ho
wns a federal officer. '
"If It's found good, you'll Ket .'ft'
back. If not. the government will .
confiscate It." ,,w,
The money hasn't votihmnnriiiiK&
although Newsdorfer avers It was en
trlely good. ' '
WOUNDS A MA?,
Wuverly, O., Sepl. 13.-MistakV
ing a rustle in tho bushes for a
covey of birds, which he had just
Hushed this morning, Frank WoHij
discharged a shotgun in the diroc-
linn or Hie sound. IJd. Aiken re
ceived tho contents of tho weapon!
in his body, ajid was fatally;
wounded. . ' . . ' V,