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VOLUME XVI. NO. 48.
MABION. OHIO, TI1UUSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 10, 1907.
FIZIOE TWO CENTS.
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AUSTRIAN STEAMER WAS
Lives of the Crew and Twenty-Seven Cabin Passengers
Imperiled by a Fire in the Cargo Fire Raged for
Thirteen Hours and Only Superhuman Efforts
Saved the Crafi.
Jew York Oct. 10. Their ship on
Are In , mid-ocean, tho uhrleks of
frightened women and children rls
lug aboyo the galo that seemed about
Jo send tho craft to tho bottom,
while smoko, porcolatlng from the
burning cargo, filled every nook and
crcvico of the steamer the passengers
and crow of the Austrian steamer
Gtiilta had an experience, last Thurs
MAY BRING MADINE
BACK FROM IRELAND
Mrs. Hartje's Attorneys Will Allege Pergury as Soon as
His Alleged Confession is Placed on Court Record
Detective Says the Coachman Received $30,000
for Making the Confession.
Pittsburg Oct. 10. At a confer-
enco" of dotectivw and friends of
Mw. llary Scoit Ilartje, tho latest
phaso of tlio notorious divorco ;a.e
wag disaiwcd. H was decided to
prepare to extiadito Tom Madine,
tho coachman, from Ireland. Theso
stops will bo 'taken juat as eoon as
' Madine 'h alleged confession is
spread on tho court jecords. by
Hartje'V attorneys. lie will be
i', charged wih perjury.
John, M.' r'eemnu, loadinn; at
torney (for.lMrs'. Hnrtjc, gave out
, a statement' ill effect that the more
VepenrltteW nliegcd to Juivo been
.tyrlbteii by" Mis. Hartjo from Paris'
nd,1, London to Madine, are forgeries
8 'otiicr "letters in the caso wero
declared to bo,
Augustus Hartjo the. libollant in
tjio divoix'0 suit, wept this1 nflor
noon. Ho oxpicsbcd tlio most
WITH TAPTS UTTERANCES
Hit Statementt are Taken to Mean That the United States
Will Not Sell the Philippines and This is Music to
China's Ears Press Says China Considers the
United States a True Friend.
Shanghai, Oct 10. Tho comment
of tho Chluoso press, officials and
nnoiiln nn tho "visit to Bhnnulml nf
"War Secretary 1'aft is most enthusi
astic. Tho roports published In tho
newspapers of this city on tho sub-
Ject havo beon telegraphed to all
parts of China. Tho general feeling
of tho Chinese on tho utterances of
Mr. Taft may be summarized as
"The Unltod States will not sell
the Philippine Islands, assurance
which is welcomed, as it means that
there will bo no extension of Japan-
ose influence and a continuance of
American influence m tno ra Kast
"The Chlneso desire to Interpret
Mr. Taffs statement reiterating that
tho United States favors the open
door pollcq In China as being unoffl-
1 clal, hut at the same tlmo made on
high authority and Indicating that tho
United States will support It in
GETS $100,000 FROM
Chkago, Oct. 10. A jury yestor-day-'vendoied
n vefrHct against ho
estafo ol'WUo Mrs. Hurriot (I.
MoVickef '! 'or f Dr. 0. II.
Zeigler or $100,000.
Mw. MoV(ckor.i was tlio widow
of James H, MoViekor, iho well
known theafiical manager of. this
city, and rfor tnlany years the own
er- nnd mannger of MoVicker'h
theater. fMio ftv nevornl yea.m ago
in California and Dr. Zeigler claim
ed $100,000 from the estate by
vHue pf ft cbnlrtact wbieli Jio
day, which they nro not likely to
Prom two o'clock In tho morning
until threo In tho afternoon tho ves
sel was In tho gravest danger and It
was only by superhuman efforts that
the blazo wns finally extinguished.
So serious was the situation that all
boats nnd llfo rafts "were supplied
and prepared for launching. Tho
Qlutia had aboard twenty-scyen cabin
Tho vessel landed today.
toaiful regret that, llio names of
iMw. Haitje's two voters liad been
bioiurht in tho case.
"1 did not wihh to biing the
names of thoso little Scott ghW
into tliw cao" wid Ujutje, after
a long confeieiico with Scoit l'Vr
giison, his attorney. "It is a sin;
it isn't light that thb should bo
"Who brought the names of tho
girls into tho ense?"
"Mr. lt"orguou got tlicso leltois
frcin LapiVo," syiid .Hartjo. 'JIo
intioduced llicm. Hq kndws I want
my divoiico and will linvo it."
D'clcetivo JhXi O'Nl'UI for
Ilartje, who nccMinpanicil Tom Ma
dino Ui Canada, declaied that Ma
dino received .'J0,000 from Hnrljo
for maliing bis coufesioii and that
the money wa& paid to him in gold
, China and maintain tho policy In
.Manchuria, tho only place whoie the
.opon ooor IS UlieateilOil
"Chlna trusts In tho United States
and believes In her as a true friend."
Although tho vlBlt of Mr. Taft to
Chlnn is unofficial, it is lcgarded as
bolng epoch-making nnd as assuring
tho loturn of confidence on tho part
of China in the United States, which
,was disturbed by tho boycott, and
as re-establishing tho pie-eminent In-
fluenco In tho emplro of Ameilca,
.established by tho late Secretary Hay.
Tho Chlneso consider the United
States to bo tho only piopor power
.not wnntlng, to annex n portion of
tho territory of Chlnn, nnd as being
disinterestedly concerned In China's
welfare. It Is regarded as assured
that tho utterances or .Mr. Taft will
glvo American business men In China
'.renewed confidenco to push tho lines
of trado In which tho United States
enld bo Imd mailj with Mrs.
MoVicker .lo give lier his exclusive
atleiitiou during the aomainder of
her i(o. hJie according Id tho
clntins advanced by Dr. Zeigler,
was o leavo diim Hint nmnmit, in
YAOHT BLOWS UP;
TOUR MEN DROWNED
Peilh Aniboy, N. J., Ocl. 10.
Four men welo drowned and lhree
nlJior worn badly burned Imlny,
wJipn the'u' gn.snlino yanht blow up
on naiilnii bay. The dead am all of
Perth Aniboy, t ,
Chicago, Oct. 10)-Thej
batteries for today Jnr tho :
woild's sorios, will bo;
Chicago Roulbach and
I?eroit Sicver and Joo
Bryan will Make Clear His
Attitude on the Presi
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 10 AV. J.
JJryan after n conference with Tom
JagRart, Kern and other democratic
leaders at Indianapolis last nlKht.
arrived hero today enrouto cast and.
announced that he would maho a for
mal statement before Thanksgiving
Day, as his attltuo on tho presidency.
Tho understanding Is said to hac
ben reached that, If llryan Is nom
inated by tho Democrats, John W.
Kern, of Indiana, will bo chairman or
tho national committee.
Trains Meet Near Budapest
Ten People Killed and
Vienna, Oct. 10. An express train
from Somlln collided with a freight
near Uudapest, today. -Tun -persons
weros killed and thirty hurt, many
Tlio collision occuncd on a high
onbankment nnd tho crash throw
both tinlns Into a deep ditch. Tiro
broko otit and this was responslblo
for soveial deaths. Pinned down by
wreckage, the victims were roasted to
BODY OF MISSING
SpolJtnc, Wivsh., Oct.. 10.,A
luuly baid to. lie Unit of Jack
.Hiinplciiii), the mi-Miig member of
llio Western Federation oC Jlincrs
lin-, beeit found near l'ierco City,
Siioshonu founty, Idalio.
Tlie body was liaiy docomposcd
and Iho only means or Jdenliiiea
tiou was liy a gun biuihig a hilvor
nanio plate and Shupkin-s namo.
lint'iv, aniIio knew .Slmpkiiw well
IKwitively identified tho gun as ono
owncl by bmipkins.
If ikj fluimilil. I lut 111:111 ill I'll in a
hiiow btonu somo linio last winter,
WJirswii&rV &$pT so much tiancr . t JWPM0 '?&tW
?mgmw Slim -Ki' -r ":Ht',.-
,HSS! .C :s S9Sgew '" S f,.w srA
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French Troops Plan to Make
CleanJjSweep of Mo
Tangier, MoiOuco, Oct. 10. Fear
ful Hint ' Tuesday's b.illlo between
the 'ienclf,ihi)0))s and Doni Snas-
ciicii,tfnHis cum ueiu onas
esmetjftic.u' Oudjr. may prove
io proijjiwnary skirmish in a
fleshy tipiWtiSi among tho natives
.1 htrong fcrco oC l-'iciioli soldiois
is sweeping' 5J'"5 country about
Giierbolehiinwhero tho fight or
vui red. ,M
To mako In 'clean .sweep of Hie
lehols-, tile commander in charge
at Oudjn hn-jbeen ordered to show
no mercy. ''
Train is Backed Into a Party
ot Laborers with Ter-
Steubenville, 0' Oct. 10. A Pan
handle rallroadcngIiie, while backing
cars, ran down joj party of" hiborciif
walking on thcitracks en route homo
1st night. '"SjSf, '
The dead: Pab-lck Kane aced 3."..
of Wheeling Junction, bead cut off.
John Murray, ''dged 21, of Wheeling
Junction, both legsfcrushcd; died from
The injured: atilck Henry ased
20, seilously Injured. Tho men had
fitepped out of tKero.id of the Pan
handle, flyer No.20, westbound, and
did not hear the. pthor. train, as It
ciuno up behind th'eflJJ'runhlng at high
Three Men Killed1 and Num
ber Fatally ', Injured
Cleveland, 0., Ocf. 10. Whllo
workmen were hoisting a hugo Iron
girder to Its place on tho now NIcklo
Plato bridge over tho Cuyahoga river
at noon today, the guys bioko and
tho glider was picclpltatcd into a
gioup of men. Thrso wero killed and
two probably fatally injured. John
Yates, foreman Is ontfof tho dead.
Another Is n. T. Dlohl, a tiainmast-
'or of Cincinnati.
TROUBLE: HIGH PRICES
ftrsssy i im rr - r riiTn t-- tzei - v-j" ..iiv.av.. ,' .vvm
DEAD WOMAN ALMOST
SMOTHERS A CHILD
M.irfo ShifWotk. whili hoMiii" lie
filfniil grtli.dun last evening, fell
to Hit' Hoof with a .stroke of paraly
sis, tho child falling buuunlli her.
Therj was no one elu at home
i.ind when they wore 1'imntl tho
child was nenily sinollioicd. Mrs.
SliiM-nh-k n ilnd wJiimi picked
up. Slio was 02 j ears old.
Walter Wellman's Boat
Wrecked and Only One
Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct. 10
rrldt-'Jof, tho boat Waltor Wellman
used in preparing for hs proposed j
uaiiuon irip hi me noun pole lias
been wrecked and practically all of
her crow drowned, nccoidlng to a dis
patch fiom tho Island of Seylsfjord,
Acoiding to the message, the acci
dent happened October 5, while tho
Pridt-Jof was homowaid bound. The
captain and fifteen men weie lost
with tho Iwat. Only one man was
Refused to give up Vault
Keys to Band of
Now York, Oct. 10. Early today,
robbers enteied a twenty story struc
tures lilled jvlth offices'1 of bankers
and brokcis. They attacked Watch
man Grey and searched him' for his
keys. He had, however, left them,
before starting his lounds, and rob
bers failed to get them.
Jlecauso ho 'Aunild not tell whero
the keys wero tlio robbers neat Grey
until ho was almost dead. An houi
later Giey rov!"ed sutriciently to
glvo tho ahum, but the robbets had
escaped without tho rich jooty hidden
lu the vaults of tho big building.
LITTLE BOY DRINKS
Jlnrystvilie, O., Oct. 1().-Viigil
Peyton, tho - !- je.ir old ou of
.Mr. and Jlrs. Eugeno Poyilon of
Hichwood, was lioirilily burned to
day by Mvalliiwing embolic acid,
wliieh Imd lieen left in a window,
wlieie. the child wns placing. Tlio
acid had been left open nnd be
came crystnlied, losing much of its
strength', which is all that saved
tho baby's life.
DON'T WORRY HIM.
CASSIE CHADWICK IS
SAID TO BE DYING
One Physician Says She is in a Serious Condition and
Cannot Live Many Days Another is Authority
for the Statement That If She Dies, it Will
be From Starvation.
Columbus, O., Oct. 10. It was an-
uouued this afternoon at the peniten
tiary, that Cassle Chadwlck may dlu
at any moment. Kxticmo lltes of
the Catholic Church have been ad
ministered. IASSIH egbsgloII-8 slhoaln hidl.i tbli
n .i... i .. n -. . ...' i. ,. .
Columbus 0. Oct. 10 Mis. C.issie
Chadwlck Is dying of neurasthenia
or nerve exhaustion, brought on by
worry and anxiety, her lieait and her
stomach ate both affected by her ner
Tho condition today
This statement was made by Dr.
Ilelmlck ppntcntlnry physician. Per
sons so affected may linger several .
days he said.
Columbus, 0., Oct. 10. -That .Mrs.
Casslo Cliadwlck. who Is wry sick
In th iienltcntlnary hopltnl. will
haw to bo a great dfal picker than
rhe now Is lieforo she dies, and
that If she does die It will be be-
CailSO Of htni'Vntloil lu llln nulnlnn
. " "!'
voiced by ono of the physicians who
Short Line Will be Built From
,, Order to Give the Vanderbilts a Shortline From
the Pittsburg District to the Lakes.
PilNburg, Oct. 10. -The fa-lnro
of tho Wabash and ituniM-v lines
.to hccuio good teiiuinius at Lorain
and the l'ight of tho l'itt.buig and
lwiirie to pi event the tiould lines
1 1 etui obluiiiing the bulk of the lake
tonnage train the l'Utbiiig (tistrict
luu resulted in the New Yoik Cen
tral .taking up plans for a new
dUtuirt line fiom l'lttsburg to I.o
MITCHELL TO RETIRE
AS MINER'S PRESIDENT
Failing Health Compells Him to Lay Down His Work, Vice
President Lewis is a Candidate for the Place and His
Election Will Mean a Strike of a Million Men.
Indlannpolls, Ind , Oct. 10. -John
Mitchell, piesldent of tho United
Mine Workeis, will announce in tho
current Issue of tho United Mine
Workers' journal that ho will not lie
a candidate for le-olectlon as presi
dent. Ho will retlio for good.
Vice Piesidenl T. Ij. Lewis k nn
avowed caudidato for election us
.Mitchell' successor. Lewis and
Mitchell linvo M-aively been on
-peaking teim for ius. Lewis
counseled a stiihe in tho last two
agi cement, between tho operators
and miners, and, if elected, it '
Friends of Helen Maloncy,
the Heiress Have no Clew
to Her Whereabouts.
N6w York, October 10. Tho myst
ery which siiriounds tho disappear
unco qf Mlsi Helen .M.tlonoy or Mih,
Samuel Claikson, who Is said to bo
ono of tho wealthiest heiresses' In
tho win Id, Is Inci eased by tho nows
from Iiulo)i Indicating that sho Is
not on board the Majestic, Miss Mu-
I has seen her within tho past 3i5
On Wednesday afternoon Prison I'hy
sclan Thomas visited Airs. Chad
wlck In the hospital for tho first
time, liter ho said: "Mrs. Chad
wlck Is very sick. Her constitution
has been greatly affected' because or
lack of uotiilshmeut. She has no or-
mu? 1,eau '-. ,,ul "er nean
inns ueuii wL'aKuneu uy worry uuu K"i
.....,., ,.....'..,., n..,,M.,..
LllUlia Vlll-L .II11L IHI OUU II llllllll.
her medicine and her food and her
physicians, and unless she stops doing
'Mli H),e m ,hp froIn staivatlon. To-
day was the llrht time I saw Mrs.
Chadwlck lu months, but from what
I saw of her condition, and what I
heard of her actions I am positive
that what I have just said Is tho
Mrs. Chadwlck liplntr n fmlnr.il
'pilsoner, a government physician
Iwlll soon rnnin In f'olnml.ii n ..
after lior .lust whnn lin will mmn la
not known. Imi rn- 'I'linmnn is mi.
ithorlty for the statement thnt he
Iwlll bo heie
T..itc on Wednesday night no per-
illl.l. ,li.nn 1....1 1.. -v.
..v.,.i..,.v lllill,- uuu I.U11IU 111 .UIB.
IN RAILROAD PLANS
Youngstown to Loraine in
It is .statud olliii.iliy that tho Lake
Kne ard Pittsbiug will not be built
fioin Youngstown vto Cleveland, as
originally intended, but will bo
built from Youngstown to Lorain.
Tin Pitl-buig ami Lake Erie Aiill
be ued t nnii thU city to Y'oungs
town and the new lino from thcro
to l.oraiu will give tlio VaiuIeibiiU
a lliKiiitrli shoit lino twin Pittsburg
safe to say that theio will bo a
strike next .o.ir that will never
before hn,o biuii eipialled.
Coutr.icts for both authr.tcilu and
bituminous niiucis cud Apiil 1, uid
IloO.OOO men will be tieo to strike,
which, with tlio other employes that
would Huts be out, would mean over
l.OIKI.Odl) men. It is oafo to say
that Imd it not been for Mitchell,
Lewis would have Jiad the men out
lie! ore this-.
In his statement Mitchell ox-plain-,
lh.it his (ailing 'health com-
pels liis rcMreiiient,
loney and Mr. Clarkson left tho home
of tho young womnn's parents In
Spring I.ake, N. .1., early last week
and camo to Now orh on a shop
ping trip. Miss .;a:oney was ac
companied by a maid, who becanm
separated tiom her in this city, ttnd
thereupon untitled Miss Mulonoy's
paients, A scarcli' for the missing
cnuplo was then InstUiitcd. Mr, Ma
loncy was quoted as saying that his
daughter and Mr. Clarkson had beon
married and had sailed for Ihiropo oh
tho Majestic'. When tho infprmatlon
teeelycd fiom tho Majestic was con
voyed to Mr .and Mrs, Malonoy to
day, It was stated that tho wherea
bouts 'of bin daughter was still u'-
knnwu. Miss Mnlouey and Mr.
Clarkson worn loported to have
beon married elthor at Bt. Patrick's
Cathedra) nr tho Church of the
Translimiiatlon, but no official an
nouncement of tho manlagci has beon
obtained, t Uu JJjUllil
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