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VOLUME XVI. NO. 3G.
M-ATTTfVN OTTTO. TIITTIISDiVV RV1OTITWJ-. NTCIVPIOMHTCK . 11)07.
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The Marion f Daily Mirror.
IN THE L
Refusal of the New York Yacht Club to Race
With the Yacht Proposed by Liuton is Not
Taken to Mean an Abandorment
of the Race.
In New York the Feeling Among Yacht Owners is Tha
the Race Should be Boat for Boat With all Time Limits
Removed British 'Sportsmen do Not Want to See the
Cup Reposing in a Safe Deposit Vault, Covered With
London, Sept. 20. There will be n
race for tho AincrlctiH cup in 10H8 If
tlio Hrltish sporting e'lemeiit run ur
jnngo ono despite tho New York Vnclit
club's refusal to consider Upton's
clialleiiGO for n race with a sixty
eight footer. Sir Thongs 'Is not
uvullnlilo this morning, but his clos
cst ndvlBer and conlldni: Bald to
day: This preliminary refusal of the
challenge causes us no-surprise. In
Tact, wo rather expected It. It does'
not mean, however, that there will
necessarily not. ho a race next year.
If wo can securo just the slightest
concession from- the New York Yacht
club, we aro willing to lace and wo
run hnlld a ninety-footer Just as
easily as wo can n sixty-eight footer.
Sir Thomas hopes that the American
yachtsmen will rccognlza this fact.
The Itoyal Irish Yacht club will now
open negotiations with tho New
Yorkers for modifications of tlio rules
anil wo. have every hope that wo will
ton challenged with what Is technic
ally known as a sixty-eight footer.
it majority of tho members of the
New York Yacht club aie today
taking comfort In the oJTer mnde u
the challenge committee to race "boat
for boat with no time allowance.".
That sounds good to them. Why
should It not? They say. the Reli
ance Is a freak, and when she get
hor square yards of canvas set she
looks it, but with a tlmo allowance
barred there Is no reason why Sir
JThoiiias should not get Into tbn)froak
building lino himself?
All the canvas that can be put on a
ninety-footer Is n llvo suggestion.
Whether tho lCnglish baronet will
take It up Is of coursn as yet un
known, but thcni Is hope that ho
wIlL mid thoru will be presented off
Sandy Hook next year tho spectacle
of two racing machines sailing with
tho understanding that the first across
tho finish line Is the winner.
The fact .that the yacht owners
C'iiclev!llc'0.. sVr.l. 2(5. -Mrs.
. i :'ifi
in luT yard
mm iit'i lion
She is sfljU
1 unt? holoiw
ilv iul it
ns.i Mnuiil uncons"imn
Til Kniirstiin last night.
Tb' cut on Iter bend
was terribly bruised.
jri'iiicioiis nml there is
Jin in ilit' (own. Mrs.
.! .i prominent Jam
il l.nmvu to hn.vo tin
so-called deed or gift, wo will bo
powerlesB to do anything to 'lift the
cup,' lint wo have strong I'lopos
that this will not be so. ICnsllsh"
sneaking snortsmon. without re
paid to their nationality, are anxious .bnvc tho deciding voice and that they
for a racei They do not like to .only rau vote on tho proposition to
see the old mug that you so gallant- accept or reject a challcngo gives
ly won over hero rcmnlu tindiistcd them tho power to overrule the ma
and uiicnred for on a shelf In it safe fjority and there Is no question In
deposit vault. Rather would they .tlio minds of all that wore present
see the big schooners competing for t the New York Yacht club house
It every ycarv until nearly sunrise this morning that
"And our' principal desire Is to en- 'tl,e frn.n,,M nllrt' n' of the
courage spotsnui.sl.lp. So we feel' fn,ei ,ho ;" accepted Hut
that the Americans will not stand I W'T' yach' .,WI10" l11"1 hy.
.J. I . .UUlftilll, IJUIH V-USfi UfliyillM
blindly on a technicality but will
frj('c such sVgbt rnr.o.selonK as
will tcsult, in a ra?e next year."
The feeling generally among the
London yachting experts is that there
will bo a fourth Shamrock and that
the raco will bo boat Tor boat with
time allowances barred.
New York, Sept, 2fl.-Toru by dis
sensions us a result ' of tlio ruling
Kiicceed. -"Of course, if tho club wants I'
to adopt an absolutely irreconcilable owc' Ult' ycbt owners,- declining
attitude in tho matter ant' utterly re- the challenge of tlio- Royal Irish
fuse- to do anything but stand on tho (Yacht club because Sir Thomas Llp-
niiil others, who aro nnno too friendly
to i.ipton. wero securely m we sad
dle and the humblo member who does
not own a yacht, never had a chance
to express his hopes nud opinions.
Hoyovor, there Is a strong feeling
at the club that there must be tome
concessions made to Sir Thomas, and
If thpso wero made, oven .though,
should they be very slight, thore la
a good . chjjnce of a .race. And U)
ya'clit for, yacht proposition lov now
what tlio member who is a snnrtsman
.WITH YOUR COAL
Great Saving of Coal is Predicted by the Discoverer, who
is an-Uncle of the Great "Wizzard" Coal Barons
-will Lose Their Hold.
Norwnlk, 0.. Sept. 2(1. Xo moratory, lime-done, cashed
will the trrahnint: coal barons bo 'of elicstnul coal, may
able to put their teot on tho necks
ii' llio poor unci's of anthracite, for
Samuel I'Mi-Kiii, eiglity-onu, of Milan
unt'lti of I ho . famous inventor, has
discovered Hint a niixtui'o of limo
htono anil coal produces a hotter
and more lnsline; firo tlmu Hint
produced by coal alone.
According- lo Edison, wlm lias
mailo practical tests of his discov-
varolii,' proportions. Jn extremely
cold weather, to I luce kIiovcIsI'iiIb of
coal one of cruslied limestone Miould
bo added. In mild wealiier Hie
pioportiou should be reversed. TJio
coal should be put on llio, lire fiist
and not mixed with the limestone
liosiilonls of Milan aro pultiii,' in
a couple of tons of limestone alone;
ttilli their winter' supply of coal.
MARRIED IN BIRMINGHAM
Cincinnati. Sept. 2(1. Xews has
i cached hero of the marriage yes
terday in Uirniingliam, Alabama, of
John II. llavlin, millionaire theater
and hotel owner and Mrs. t'liar
lutlo IJaldwin of nirinin','hnni.
lluvliu hns been a widower tiliout
a year. Thai ho had any idea of
it M'coild marriage was not known
even by intiniaio firends. It is said
that the .Jhtvliiis will mako their
homo iu'Xew Voil;, wliea-o ho has
extepsivo thcalrical and circus interests.
Officers yk for Reinforc4-
wanted on '
in. 20. Iii.ipecii
TK'iitcnant 0 lliieir,
lirtinf. jif tmtrilnl'lii.
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Itite (iwiiit, school
i'li'iiliiined lo . liead-
kiininilj Illinois, tliat
ion cornered tnoro.
. Twcntj.fivo men
l)c senl al iiice.
But the Young Lady Lost
Her Beautiful Tresses,
Just the Same.
Jacksonville, lnd,, Sopt. 20.
Miss Dollie Harris, sixteen, it is
Miid dreamed Hint "Jack tho Clip
per" wa after her and had shear
ed her hair. WliOu sho awoke, It is
claimed, sho found her beautiful
hair in a pile on tho floor nnd
lightly clasped in bor hand was a
pair of shear. Jt i siipiosol that
lu- cut off her linir durintj hor
Six Negroes Reported Killed
in a Mississippi Disturbance.
Death LisDinWSpain Because
Malacra. SiiHimSent. 2(5.
dav's uMiorts philKllio number of'
drowned by xesrbjrdhy's cloudburst
nud floods i MnlagA nnd noighbor
ine; towns at lf(). Tlioitsands nre
homeless ninl desHtttte and a fam
ine is threatened. 'fjio danumo is
jdaced .at millions q pesetas. Ivinjj
Alfonso i. on Ins ija' lo the scene.
rROM ATSEVERE COLD
rv Thaw,' who uasjimigii eoiiiuu'ii m
Xew Yoilt. Sept. -fSO.
Iioino with a colirlsHvco last Satur
day, is topoited uiiiuwhnt woie
today. Her uutjfflbile, liower.
makes its usual dim trips to Hie
Tombs buariii',' mttajnes to Harry
Thaw, together witjl lttiicheou and
supper lor tin- prnipner
llaitifsbnrp;, Miss., Sejit. 2(1.
The reiort that has leached here
t lint six negroes wero killed yes
terday in i riot at Jfoi.aurin,
Miss., about llfleon milois from
here, where thoro is neither tele
phone nor telegraph eoinmunien-
A few hours preceding the report
of n rioti ti refpiest for aid was
nsi.ni-5ff .iidni )av s or iMeijntiriii.
1'- M.,..:. ,n,.,Mil u-nj Md'OiiiDanied by
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a copy of tho Jollowiujf jKister,
which hn bad found . nailed up in
two. dilVorent places near llio plant
i.f the Melnnis Lumber Co., near
"Tnko wnrnins! Any negix) found
on thi sido of the week nfte
Sept. 2:1, 11)07, will be killed and
tin- nuin who takes this i:n tbwn
will have a load of buckshot sli'it
The warning wero posted several
days ago, hut llio situation was
not rejnirdod as scrioiw until to
tlav. Joalousv lietweon white and
IBE THE JIM
Promoter of a Findlay Gambling Room is Accused of
Approaching Juror in the Standard Oil Trial
in That City.
Plmllay. O., Sept. 2B. -Byron V.
Williamson, of rindlny, last night
was nrrestpd on a charge of nttompt
Ing to brlbo a Juror m the Interests
of tho Standard Oil Co., In a cane
brought by Prosecutor David against
tho company in June. "
Willlnmson Is tlio proprietor of a
gambling room here. It In claimed.
The Juror to whom ho is declared to
hno tendered tho bribe- Is cnaso
Thompson, of I-'Indlay. Thompson
says that Immediately after be was
approached by Williamson, ho in
tormed tlio prosecutor of tho effort
to eoirupt him.
. Williamson. Inst night, nt a prelim
inary bearing, pleaded not guilty.
He was placed under $3,00( bond,
which be tins not furnished.
The jury In the Standard case, after
being out three days, reported a dis
agreement and was discharged. Dui-
Ing the trial there was much talk of
alleged attempts nt bribery.. Xo ac
tion, however, was token by tho
Whan tho grand Jury convened sov-
eral days ngo. the bribery talk was
revived. Tho Jury reported at noon
today. It found seven indictments.
Among them was a secret bill. This
was made public last night with tho
arrest fit Williamson. Tho amount
said to have been made to Thompson, -
however Is not given out.
Plmllay, O., Sept. 2G.-llyron W.
Williamson.- is.-today In, tho county
Jail, charged with having offered a
lirlbo to a Juror In the Standard Oil
trial last Juno, Statements aro made
by Willlnmson In an attempt to in
volve Kx-Sonator Thomas II. Mo-
(onlca. a prominent Heiiubllcaii pol
itician and the leader or the Koraker
forces In IIiIh eim t ion. in the senium.
MiConica vigorously denies any
knowledge r tVie attempt to bribe.
nc'w inonreiv isi sain 10 mnu
caused the posting; of tho ' sipis.
A nifjlit ti-Mi from Jlol.aiiitn K
expected to brim.' details or tli
Williamson, who Is the proprietor
of n gambling Jolut here, Is alleged
to have tendered a bribe of from $500
to $1,000 to Juror Chnso Thompson,
through the letter's wife, ir he would
vote for tho acquittal of tho oil
trust. When the tender wns made,
the conversation wns overheard by
Garnet Thompson, a daughter of the
Juror, who bid behind a door and
was not seen by Williamson.
Mrs. Thompson, It is claimed, was
assured it was cheaper for tho Stand
ard to brlbo n Juror than to enrry
the case to the supremo court.
Williamson Is alleged to have told
Sirs. Thompson to tell her husband
If he would accept tlio proposition to
call him up the following day.
Thompson would have nothing to do
with the matter and as soon ns the
trial was over, gave his Information
to Prosecutor Will 1,. David.
Yesterday afternoon, Wllllnmtwn
was arrested As soon as ho was
lodged in Jail, he sent for McConicn.
No sooner had tho attorney stepped
Into the Jail tbnn the prisoner
launched into a violent denunciation
of McConien. despite the hitter's ef
forts to quell him.
'You are responsible for this.' he
shouted. "It was you who persuaded
mo to offer a bribe to that man
After Williamson signed his state
ment and had been closeted with his
attorney, ho was arraigned, pleaded
not gulltr nnd was consigned to Jail
for falluro to give $:i.O0O bond.
. Attorney McConicn was one of the
Standard Oil cotnpanys counsel when
tho trust trial last Juno resulted In
n hung jury. He did not take an
active part In court proceedings. He
Is a prominent politician and has
always been ready to uphold the
Standard Oil company, as being re
snonslblo for tho "making of Flntl
' Me denies Williamsons charges.
IT SS JEALOUSY
All Factories and Places ef Business to be Closed Next
Monday Senator Dick Will be in Charge of th'e
" Five Thousand Troops Which Will be
in the Parade.
Canton, ,0., Sept. 2li. P.repara-1 allowed to explain after tho presi.
tlons ttro 'belli'' .made lo enlcrlnin lcnt loaves Canton. Details of de-
-lmnhn ..fcifnf-i nt Pnnlnn Afnnilnv. leuuvi'S. inim nil "
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September 510, when President Ilooso.
veil will dedicnlp tho national Mc-'
Kinloy memorial.- Inspector Button,
chief -nt' Hiq sultlllerii district of
the United Style iecrct fiorvieo,
linn completed .nmuigcmenfs to
giuirtl I'rcMiUfyt Itoosovelt during
the corciiioiiie, whilo the president
bi given Jiis Approval of tho pro
gram for llio dedication.
Two thousand federal troop will
bo n Canton reinforced by o000
mombors of llio Ohio (National
guard. Soldiers will lino the route
of ibe parndo and prnloet tho pres
ident, njdpd(by the pplico fliul soc
tt'l borvicp 'olHnin.lH, Spspioious cliar
ut'toi's will bo arrested on sight and
o cities in tin?
Middle,. "W'ost, will bo praonl.
SeiinUu' Dick, who is u major gen
q'rnl lit tlte. Ohio National jtuard,
-1ll bo chief marshal of tho day
and will be- in charge of the par
ade. Mayor Turulpill Jms issued n
prnclnmtilioil closing1 nil fnetoriojj:
nud plneo of but.ines.s oil Monday.
TO A STATE POSITION
Columbus', O., Sept. 20. -Governor
IlrjiviH this morning' announced
tlio appoinlmeut of Oscnr Htioppard,
a. ropiiblicnu oi'AVest Alexandria,
I'rcblo coiipty, as trnsleo of tlio
school for the blind, to succeed
II. P. frnuso, formerly of Toledo,
pow luf Qklaolmia.
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Deposed Preacher Says the Story Told by the Woman is
a Fake Trial will be Held at the Annual Conference
which will be Held in Lincoln.
Lincoln, Nub., Sopt. 20. A eonfes
iiiii of Immoral relations with hor
pastor, Uov. Wilbur v. Ferguson, ile
ixised pastor of the Methodist church
at University place, by .Mrs. Arthur
13. Cross, a moiiiber of his congrega
tion, will bo Introduced nt tho annu
al conference of Nebraska, which has
assembled hero. Tho trial of Mr.
VergtiBon will bo ono of tho most Im
portant mattors lioforo tho conference.
Considerable exeltonicnt was created
at University Plnco about two months
ago. when chnrges against Or. Fer
guson became- public, and bo wns glv-
on a trial by tho church board, which
resulted in his dismissal.
Dr. Ferguson's defenso is thnt Sirs.
Cross, with whom bo boat (led, became
Infatuated with him and that, prompt
ed by Jealousy, she concocted her
story to checkmate his attentions to a
woaltby widow at University Place,
whom ho wns visiting at tho time,
and whom ho hoped to marry.
Thirteen ministers lmvo been ap
pointed to conduct the trial, which
will begin In earnest today, all prep
arations having beon made yesterday.
Tho sessions will ho held behind
Mrs. Cross, who niailo the charges,
wont Into seclusion for several weeks
after tho church trustees took action
against Ferguson, but slio has re
turned and will go lioforo the minis
terial court with a confession of her
alleged relations with the pastor.
MILK BATH FOR THE FACE.
Peculiarly Effective for Those with
Dark Colored Skins,
Now wash tho faco well with fresh
milk, scoop it up and dash It ovor tha
face and nock, rubbing In well with
tho hands. This Is a partlculnily good
troatnient for tho taces that aro thin
and angular, and It also answers well
for those with dark colored skins.
I lmvo beard some womou recommend
tlio application of orniiKO oil to tho
faco In hot weather. This is doao
by applying orango peel to the face,
or allowing orango peel lo soak all
night in tho water that is to bo used
for washing tho faco with In the morn
ing. ' To tlioso who llko to try an
orango flowor cream during tlio day
to cleanso tho faco I can recommend
tho following: Molt two ounces of
whllo wnx with four ounces of oil
of sweet almonds and then beat In.
drop by drop, four ounces of mango
flower water. This Ib both clean
lug and cooling, nml should bo ttcd
both morning and ovcnlng. New York
BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE.
Newspaper Man Was Casting an An.
clior to Windward.
Although Josoph Pulitzer still keeps
In uetlvo obarge of his great nows
papor tho Now York World, his son,
Halph Pulitzer, has taken ovor some
or tho burdens of editorial and busi
Thoro is a baby In the Ralph Pulit
zer family, n smuli son, who is tho
pildo of his grandfather as well an of
his father. A short tlmo oro thoro
was mi edltoilal conference nt tho
liouso or Knlph Pulitzer, und John
Slaght, ono of tho star reporters on
tho World, wns callod to attend.
Whllo waiting to go before the coun
cil Slaglit sat In tho hall of tho house,
lioforo an open ilrcploco, Tho nurbo
caino In with Pulitzor Third.
"Nitrso," said Slaght, "do you wnnt
to do something for nn ambitious,
hnrdworklng and honest young man?"
"Sure," tho ntiiBo ropllcd.
"Well." Instructed Slaght, "when
that baby begins to talk, you teach
him to say, llrst thing; 'Slnht;
SVand man; grOat rooortov.'."
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