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THE MARION )AILY MIRROR.
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MABION, OHIO TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1907.
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BAHLE OF BALLOTS
kuiicipal Elections in Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo and
'" Cincinnati Attracts More Universal Attention Than
the Contest in the States Delaware is Voting
on the Liquor Question and May Become
a Dry State.
Now York, Nov. g.Presldent
TtooieYeU traveled ull tho way
from Washington to Oyster Bay,
and pack, today to vote. Ho step
ped from train at 0:50 a- m- to
be' greeted by tho cheering, en.
thualautlc effectlonnto crowd which
always, meets mm on nis arrival,
at his home town, Ife was driv
en' to the polling place, shook
hands with everybody, addressed
a, few sentences to those around
htm, and voted ballot No 84
It took him four minutes to
mark his ticket but no one said
"'Did you voto for a democrat
on 'the ticket?" Inquired a by
stander. The executive laughed but)
The president climbed Into his
carriage again and took a short
drive, returning five minutes be.
foiro train time. There was a
cfowdVrto see the president off.
Eathuslasta gave the president an
old fashioned anvil salute, lie will
be baek at Washington at 0 P m
.Washington, Nov. 5. Advices this
lrnobn from states holding elec
(Mastbow that there Is little ex
ejVtweat.'and no trouble. Interest
liefcw'jo center tn the city elections
rfftliejesjt-and-the 8tat0 elections
Inf Kentucky, ' Mayland and Massa-
Ffe& iSo 'V,W,lth -a-WfttlA
WttKrwatratlon of 04.000 votos
.TV v-.ULtB." Mayoralty contest between
xCWreeWjim, Burton and Mayor
Jehriee' are being cast rapidly.
The weather Is fine. Both sides
ejatfri a victory, but tho prospects
favor Mayor Johnson's olcctlon.
''Thja aftorpoon, aftor tho voto
had been more than two thirds
caat?Totn Johnson lssuod a state
ment claiming his reelection by
r Cincinnati, a., Nov. 5. Ideal
weather prevails -hero and a largo
vote Is hplng cast. Th'roo tlckots
nro'ln thp field, republican, Inde
pendent and democrat. Whllo
the Independents claim to bo hope,
ful, the chances aro that ropubli.
can .ticket will win.
Former Columbus Man Shoots His Wife and Them Him
; ' self at Indianapolis Wrote a Letter to His Sweet
v ' hrt Just Before He Did the Deed -His Wife
Had Left Him Because of the Girl.
Indianapolis, Ind., 'November 5.
(Domcstio troubles caused George B.
Elliott, of Columbus, Ohio, to murder
his wife and then to commit suicide
at the home to Mrs. Mabol Trceter,
226 Bouh Noble street, whero thoy had
been stopping. Letters addressed by
the mau tQ, tho woman Indicated that
there had been a disagreement be
tween 'thotn, but tho nature of It Is
Mrs, Elliott was a divorced woman.
She Was married to Elliott about
tjiree months ago. Thoy lived to
gether until a few days ago, when
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she-left him aud came to Indianapolis.
He wrote1 her almost dally. Ono of
(he letters contained an appeal that
she Jve him another chance to."make
"i'1-" . N
igood'1 with her.
He, wrote that he had ODialned em
Iployipent at a hqtel In Logansport,
Ind;,, kn4 that ho would arrive here
Sftupday night, The woman met him
et'a' pildnight train, and vhoy evident
ly1 twr? pn god terms oyer Sunday.
(Mr. Elliott informed, her daugh
ters that she would, go to Logaus
parwlthfElllott. Yesterday morn-Mf-wie
Mrs. Treeter waa out of
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IS UfAM FIERCELY
i Columbu?, O., Nov. G. -The election
M Combw passing off quietly and
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A. Bond, republican, and T. J. Dun
can, democrat, for mayor. Tho for
mer Is backed by the salon forces
while the church neonle are backlnss
Duncan. The chances are favorable
to Duncan's election.
Toledo, O., Nov, C llrlsk and
early voting marked the election
day. "Whitlock, tho Independent for
mayor, Is conceded elected by
both old- lino parties. Tho fight Is
to save the council nnd Bervlco
board from tho wreck. Whltlock
predicts the election of tho entire
Dover, Del., Nov. r,. Delaware to.
day votes on the liquor question.
The campaign just closed has
been one of the most Interesting
in the history of the stnto and
has been devoid of party politics.
The legislature of last winter
passed a bill, conferring upon the
I voters tho privilege of determining
whether liquor should be sold or
manufactured in tho districts of
the state. ;There aro four districts
Kent county, Sussex county. Rural
Newcastle county and tho city of
JVIlmlngton. Thoro aro only thrao
counties In the state and Wllmlng.
ton is )n Newcastle county. If a
majority of' the voters In any one
dlstrrcfuecfdo "thafllforo 'shall be
no "license" then the saloons In
thot district must go out of busi
ness, Tho state will voto on the liquor
question only, thore being no mil.
nlclpal, county or stato tlckots In
tho wav. In tho fight throughout
tho stato tho tomporanco workers
havo had tho advantauo of Repub
lican and Democratic leaders, alike
narty lines nbsolutoly being elim
inated. noth sides claim thoy will win.
Tho temperance advocates say thoy
w II carry everything except the
city of Wilmington, which they
declare to bo In doubt. Tho op.,'
do. Ion Is claiming hat tho to o 'the distribution of rations and other
position is claiming mat ino yoio,, . .. nl,thor ties
will bo "wot" with tho exception
of Rural Newcastle countv, which
thoy bollovo will bo doubtful.
LOVE FOR A GIRL
tho house, Klllott shot the woman
in tho back of the head and then
flred a bullot Into his own brain. It
was un unusual coincidence that thai
Miller f'ent UirouHh Uitlr .heads
and fell almost on tho saijio spot on
tho bed. Tho bodies wero on tho
floor near each other when Mrs.
Treeter discovered them. Both deaths
must have been instantaneous.
-Mrs. Klllott left two daughters
hore.i Sho and her husband were the
sixmo age, 43 years. Elliott was a ho
tel man at Columhus. It Is said that
their differences wero due to jeal
ousy. In Elliott's traveling bag was found
ia teller w .ouu i-iuiiihb, ov iviui
Btreot, Columbus, Ohio, telling her of
his Intention to commit crime, The
""car eua-.My sweeneari:
"1 fim 'wrltlnc vou for tho last
time as I Intend to kill mysejf and
my wife tonight. Givo Scane and
mother my best, and lovo and kisses
for you, I lovo you better than my
llfo, dear, and I want you always to
think of me, dear girl. So good-hy,
"From Your Old Sweetheart,'
Jt Is said that Mrs. Elliott left her
home at, Columbus because of Elliott's
attentions to Miss PhaliDg. . -
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Camoron, Texas, J'Nov, $Vollow$
lug his Indictment yestcrdaKby the
grand Jury on a charge of criminal
assault, Alexander Johnson, a negro",
was taken from the Jail here by a
mob of &00 men nnd hanged to a'lrcc
in tho court yard.
Officers and citizens pleaded with
the mob lo allow the law to Uikc Its
courso but tho rioters paid no heed
and battered down the aoors of tho
Jail. Tho town is quiet this even
ing. fl'ho governor ordered out tho mil
itia but not In time to save tho ne
Eight Millions Arrive and
More is on the Way
Now York, Nov. f,. Eight mil
lions ""of tho $30,000,000 gold already
engaged In. Kuropc by Now York
banks arrived on tho steamship
Krou Prlnzessln Ccsllla, today. In
tho Torth German lines wako, tho
Cuuarder, Lusltania is bringing
$10,000,000 moro ind tho rest of
tho .O-OOO.OOO Is expected within a
- More gold Is being engaged con.
Btantly and financiers say tho yel
low flood Is not likely to stop
short of jK50,000.000.
Troops are Ordered to the
Reservation to Guard
iPlore, . D., Nov. 5.-41oth tho
utns nnd Sioux nro aulet, according to
u telephono messngo received here
last night from tho Cheyenne inui-
I A report was circulated here yes-
, l"u" l' u "'""- 1 . """,,"
B, to cause trouble ' out of ayn pathy
'of tho Utes, who are dissatisfied with
matters, but the agency authorities
promptly denied that thcro was any
threat of trouble by the Sioux.
Omaha, Nov. C Orders weio Is
sued yestorday to dispatch the re
maining two squadrons of the Second
United States cavalry, composed of
eight companies, to Thunder Uutte,
S. D,, to take charge of tho base
of supplies which has been estab
lished thcro for tho operations against
tho Uto Indians should they mako
any troublesome overtures.
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wrt v( ivo Tifrtv , if.mil m,B5S!5viht .
Suggestion having been made that
Chicago Man Shot Through
, tke jHeart by an
Chicago,- '.Nov. u.ilames WHmer
Alaway, 'oclillos Angeles, wns kill
ed by a 'mirgiar early today at
tho homo off his brother, whero ho
wns vlHltln'g, A burglar entered
his room nnd Laway grappled with
him and was shot through tho
Secret Service Men will In
vestigate the Killing of
Denver, Colo., Nov. fi. Hecret
Sorvlco Chief Wilkie, has announc
ed that ho will comu at onco to
Denver, and 3()() secret service
operatives Jiayo been ordered to
rendezvoushere to aid In the In
vestigation 'of tho killing Sunday
of Josonh Walker, tho secret ser.
vice detective at Durango, Coloradb j
auurui aurvigo men cieciare tno
government. (will try to prove that
tho killing, of AValker was part
of 'a cnspjrhcy against govern
ment wleiijes in tlo land fraud
cases, Irwhicli Indictments wero
V- .MH, .
Fishing Vessels are Lost and
it is Feared, the Csews
St. Johns, N?J,1., Nov. 5. It is
fearod that manyllves wero loat In
the last hcivy galo. Three Newfouud
lnnd flehlng schooners are missing
and four Fiencli' vessels belonging to
the St. Pierre rieet havo not repoit
ed. Wroekngo washed ashore on the
southern coast Indicates that tho
bchooncr Orion was' lost. Sho car
ried a crew of eighteen nion, all of
whom aro missing.' '
The Orion was on her way homo
from a cod Ashing trip on the Grand
banks when she encountered tho
btorm, which occurred ten days
I'-ffl' h iiM"'
Uncle Sam looks too od-fashloned to
United States, a feyv hint are here
jj,'ROM STATE INSTITUTION
l CAjumbus, 0 Nov. C ''
Iilnnkonshlp, Allco lluhn and
.Myrtlo (Jrahnm, pntlonts at tho
stato liiHtltutlon for focblo minded,
escnped early Tuesday morning. It
Is believed they boarded a train
for Pittsburg, , t
Uncle Sam is Experlment-
with Big Gas
Washington, Nov. 5. Extensive
experiments with dirigible baloons are
to bo conducted by tho government
under the direction of officers of the
war department, Recent aeronautical
work has demonstrated distinct ad
vantages of balloons and other types
of airships in war service and the
United States does not propose to be
behind other governments In utlllz-
Ig this wonderful agency.
Already It has been determined that
Secretary Taft In his nnnual report
to the president will recommend
strongly the use of dirigible balloons
If they be found to be practicable and
he will urge upon congress the neces
sity of making an appropriation of
an aeronautical branch of the aimy
for further experiments In aerial nav
igation. Not only the war department, but
also the navy department Is looking
seriously Into the subject of aero
Women's Throat is Cut and
Pocket is Cut From
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. ,',. Mar
ina Lnrmella iMougolliuzo, an aged
Italian woman, was muidorcd and
robbed of .v,7()(), tho bavlngs of
herbolf and husband, whllo sho
was at work yesterday In a shed
In the rear of her homo in south,
Tho woman's husband, Amatto
Mnngolliuzo, loft her nt tho wash,
tub when ho went to work this
morning and when lie returned
Jiomo ho lound her lying In tho
Bliod with her throat cut from enr
Mx hundred dollars which tho
couplo had baved was sewed lu
tho woman's dress nnd nearly $100
additional was In lior puisc.
When .Mrs. iMongolluzzo's body
was found tho pocket containing
tho monoy had been cut from her
dress nnd the purso was gone.
be the representative of our up-to-date
TAFT MAY HURRY
He is Considering Abandoning His Plan to Circle the
Globe and Sail Within a Very Few Days for San
Francisco financial Crisis, Political Demands
and Mutiny at Bladwostok May De- i
cide the Question.
iManlla P. T.. Nov. 5. Secretary
of War Taft Is considering the aband
onment of the test of his world tour
nnd Immediately returning to tho
United tSates. Tho flnnncl.il crisis
and urgent political demands for his
presence at home, together with the
recent mutiny and continued dis
orders at Vladivostok, aio understood
MAY BE ESTABLISHED
Husband of Mrs. Newman, Whom He Accused of Poison
ing the Vrzal Family, Dies Very Suddenly and
Attorneys Call the Attention of the Court to
the Fact and Billek will Get a Stay
Chicago, Nov. 3..ludge Barnes
has agreed to sign n bill of exceptions
that will bring a stay of execution,
probably until January, tor Herman
BUlek.-who Is sentenced to die, Fri
days or the murder of tho Vzral fam
ily. Billek was largely convicted on the
evidence of Mrs. Emma Nolman, a
married daughter of Mrs. Vrzal The
PITTSBURG HAS ANOTHER
Pretty Nurse Wins the, Love of Pickle Maker Heinz's Son
and They are WeddedFather of the Boy is Al
most Prostrated Over the Affair Couple is '
Now at the Jamestown Exposition.
lMttshurg, I'fiin., Nov. ,",. An
other joung Pittsburg inllllomilro
has been rapturcU by a poor, but
pretty 111111.0. Clifford lielnz,
youngcbt bon of H. J. Hoinz, tho
wealthy pickle mnn, eloped last
Saturday, according to information
mado public hero Inst ovonlng
from Now York with Miss Vlr.
gluia Campbell, u trained nurso
to Now London, Conn., whoro thoy
wore mnrrled. Tho couplo Is now
supposed to bo nt tho Jnincstown
Exposition, tho young hrldo tak
ing tho place of tho mlllionairo
father who had arranged to go
with his son to tho big show In
tho South nt this tlmo. Tho father
Is "fairly prostrated" over tho
story, another son Bays, and Is
confined to his homo. Whon hoen
"I havo no knowlcdgo of tho
mnrriago of my son. nnd I sin
JcoiPly hope that It may not bo
truo. I havo novor heard of Miss
f'niupboll to whom my son Is ro
ported mnrrjpd, I havo not boon
nhlo to establish coninuiulentlon
with my son, howovor. slnco ho
went to Now York homo days auo
or tho supposed purposo of visit.
Ing ,q.ils sister, ,who Is mnrrled
land lives there,
"Clifford wns u very frank boy,
CLOSET MAKES POOR
FIRE PROOF VAULT
iFIndlny, ()., Nov, C, A pnekugo
containing $300 hidden uwnv in a
closet In tho J. 1J. Ulclcnell rebl-
dence was w b.idly chaired by Ilro
yestorday that but llttlo of It can bo
A can of gasollno had been placed
In n closet nnd .Mrs. moves, moth
or pf Mrs, Illcknell, lighted a match
and stopped Into tho closet whon nil
to be behind his glowing conviction
that It will bo best for him to givo
up his original plan for circling tho
So far as known, no positive deci
sion has been reached but It is the
(Impression In offlolal circles horo
that eerythlng points to tho sccic
tary'B depaiture, within 11 few days,
for San Francisco. '
ftotuue teller's defense was a count
er accusation that .Mrs. N'leinan poia
oned the family.
Yesterday Mrs. N'ieman's husband
died suddenly. lllllek's attorney
straightway directed the attention of
Judge Barnes and tho states attorney
to the circumstance and the court de
cided to grant Billek a bill of excep
tion which will procure a supersedeas
and stay from the supreme court.
nnd iibiially told mo everything.
He nnd I weio to havo visited tho
Jamestown i'.xpositiou together. I
wns to havo joined him thoro this
nftornoou but wns unablo to go.
'No, I havo not heard from him.
though 1 havo been trying to lo
cato him since noon.
Nothing Is known hero of MIsV
Ciimpboll, tho nurso, with, whom
young Mollis; Is snld to havo olop
ed, havo that sho Is J.'I years of
agof and enmo originally from Co,
Iumbus, Ohio, but has been in
New York for tho last three years.
'I ho llolnz lumlly Is now trying to
"plsu-o tho nurse, Cllltord In tho
Inst fow years has boon 111 on
hovornl occasions, and whether or
not Miss Campbell was ono of
thoso who nttonded him In hla
Uliu'ss is tho question now.
11. J. Heinz, tho father. Is worth
Wi.OOO.nnO. it Is said. Ho began
his business carepr peddling snur
kraut from 11 wheelbarrow in Al.
loghnny. Clifford wns his youngest
and favorite son. Ills oldest son,
Howard, was married to a Miss
Uusk of Dotrolt, 0 year ago,
Hoinz now has ono unmarried son
Claronco, nnd an unmarried daugh
ter, IloiiiJetta, at homo. All tho
Hoinz sons nro associated with
thoir fnthor in business.
Washington, Nov, r,. After W
extended coiiforeuco with Presldont
Hoobovelt, (iovornor Cummins of
Iowa iiiuio uncoil himself in fayo'i-if
ledornl control of corporations,
nnd added that It was his belief
that an amendment to tlio federal
constitution would bo necessaryi,bi
control could be ex-
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