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MABION, OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, 3STOVEMBEK 0, 1907.
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VICTORY (MS TO THE RANKf
Willian I. Smith is Elected to the State Assembly
Over Donithen, Republican, and Hensel In
dependent, by the Flattering Plurality
of Six Hundred and Sixty Votes.
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Tilt EWCtOrS 01 Marion "JLOlWeH JCnougn mooe Dy IVC -
Meeting Mayor Louis Scherff by a Handsome M - Jority.
Harry S. Elliott Deteats
for Re-election to Office of
In one of the most fiercely contest
fdf election! ever held In the city or
county, Democracy scored a signal
vtory at the polls Tuesday, and suc
ceeded In elctlng a large share of the
cliy, township and county tickotss.
(All over the county the Democrats
made substantial gains and William
fTs Smith, for representative, was an
eaay victor. Smith ran well In all ot
the precincts and within a short
time after the returns commenced
coming in, the result was easy to
(Donithen was at no time a cldse
second either in the part of the coun
ty. outside of Marion or in the city.
Rev. C. W. Hensel received in the
neighborhood of 800 votes according
to unofficial returns. By midnight
the Republican leader conceded, the
election of Smith by at least six hun
dred plurality, but it Is believed that
ttV officii count will Increase his
s''-"lW:k,'clty waswhere the fight was
ktMe-'MibeUintta) jgatns In almost ov-'
T7 f-fSVBima, uuivjil fitua iiuv unui
The mayor re-
votes (unofficial) plied up by his
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admirers i Tho adherents of Samuel
Keller fought hard! in every precinct
and maintained that Keller would be
victorious' Until the final votes were
yrho oat dIsaipolntIng part of the
Not Op of Five Counties
Rswi id tSvW. ooileded,
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Oolumbuij'' O., Nov. G. The Ohio shifted. Five now faces in the
legislature still J stands two Repubt houses will bo: Granville Moonoy,
licana'on'B Joint ballot, with an in- Republican, Ashtabula county; Dr.
dependent 'Democrat holding tho bal- 'Alfred Robinson, Republican, from
anceof power In senato and Repub- Lawrence county; L. W. Hitch, Re
llcans hai'lng three to tho good In publican, Clermont county; William
the house, Not a single one ot flvo T. Smith, Marion, Democrat; Robert
counties which voted to fill vacancies H, Hownid, Licking, Democrat.
EVERY MAN ON KENTUCKY
; STATE TICKET IS ELECTED
G 0SP; Makes a Clean Sweep in the Old Bourbon State
V -i;V ,' 'Legislature Democratic,
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'iLouluvllte. Ky, Oct. 0. -'Augustus
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B, yi)l8oji, Republican candidate for
governorf aua ino enuro iwipuuhkhu
".state 'jacket have beon elected by
majorities ranging fromC000 to 10,000
and 'ihe' Republicans have carried tlje
city of Louisville for both state and
couh (tickets, James P. Grinstead
(Rip.)- la elected mayors ot Louis
rrtje next Democratic loglBlaturp'
will ' have a Democratlo majority on
joln ballot, and presumably for Gov
ernaf Mlfckhain for United States
eetof". aitnougn mere is aireauy
M.Uik, ot a bolt ot some or tne
Dwaaowta (9 defeat him,
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sam i. uuigiey wanaiaate
battle of ballots from tho Democratic
standpplnt was the defeat ot William
P. Moloney for tho city sollcltorshlp
by Iilmcr T. Boyd. During the early
part of the evening Moloney ran well
ahead of Boyd, but as night turned
Into morning Boyd closed up the gap
and passed Moloney, winning by
about onp hundred votes, It Is es
timated. Moloney and his friends
made a great fight for tho honor but
failed by tho nnrroweat of margins.
The defeat of Mr. Moloney Is a sore
disappointment to Democracy in Ma
rlon. Mr. Moloney Is an excellent
young man, and qualified as he was
to hold such a responsible position,
should have been supported by a
greater number ot citizens regardless
of politics. The Republicans made
Moloney one of their principal points
of attack and succeeded In piercing
an otherwise unbreakable line of de
Probably the most brilliant victory
of the great battle was the defeat ot
Samuel T. Quigley by Harry S. El
liott, the popular young Democratic,
candidate 'for city' auditor, JMr, Bl
lioitmaaea yjgorous campaigning
againsT seemingly overwhelming oddf
Unofficial returns from all of tho
precincts give Elliott n majority of
between one hundred and ten and one
hundred and fifteen. So keen was tho
Mouser-Qulglov faction for tho ro
cloctlon of ,Qulgley to an offlco ho
has already had Tor six years ror a
"second term',' that they put their
entlro force in tho field. Even the
congressman entered the lists and
Electing Representatives for
Five New Faces
(These aro tho results ot one ot ine
wnrmaHt and what seems to have
been ono ot tho fairest elections held
In. Kentucky ln many years. At mid
night complete returns from 73 of the
119 Kentucky counties had beon re
ceived, and tljeso gave a majority of
20 for Wilson as ngalnst approxi
mately 19,000 majority for Beckham
at the last state election.
In addition to the three counties
mentioned, there are leturns at hand
from the. counties or Jefferson (Louis
ville), Kenton and Campbell' which
indicate with certainty that the Re
publican majorities In Iho three will,
total 9500 for the head of tho Ro-
publlca nstate ticket.
Ulirniiclioiit the cninnalcn worked with
The congressman was out beforo day
bicak Tuesday morning and spent the
day at his Voting place In Precinct
"11" ot the Fourth Ward giving the
glad hand to everyone and Incident
ally soliciting ovcryonc's voto for
iWlth such a perfect machines In op-
oration the faction did not think that
.lt, could be defeated, and until after
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.a hen appeared the writing on
tho writing on tho
wall. Elliott's gains throughout the
various precincts commenced to worry
the "organization" and signs of dis
tress wero evident about the Mouser-
Qulgley , headquarters. When Qulg-
ieya own precinct "B" of the Fourth
faiC(i t0 clve its favorite son more
than a majority of fifty over HUiott
the1 election of that deserving young
man was conceded.
iMr. Elliott and his friends who sup
ported him are deserving of tho high
est praise for their success, defeating
the candidate of a congressman tho
acknowledged boss of Marlon pol
itics. Jn a very pretty and exciting race
thta was not decided until the last
precinct was heard from, s. R. Rau
hauser, republican, was elected over
SamueL B. Lipplnrott, for president
of council, the final vote being 1900
to 1919. Both candidates made an
exceptionally hard fight during the
campaign, and the showing of Mr.
Lipplncott against a candidate for
re-election was indeed a creditable
Tho official count shows hat Harry
S. Elliott was elected over Samuol
T. Quleley, for cltr auditor by a ma-,
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J Bothpartles 'claimed Jhe.ciiyVtreas-
ureeablp.O'theunofficlal' count ealrlr
Wednesday morning, but tho official
count gave Claude D. Wnlters, dem
ocratic, a majority of twenty-eight
over Arthur Myers, republican. Walt
ers' election Is especially gratifying
to Jils many friends as it was freely
predicted that Myers would ho tho
favored one. The race between tho
two candidates was exceptionally
'close In almost cfery nreclnct and
was very much In doubt until the 'An
al count was mado. in tho official
count William P. Moloney received
1957 votes In tho city and Elmor T,
The voto for councllmen nt largo
was very close, tho official count
gtving -. W. Bryant. B. F. Waplca,
and SchnccUenbergor, republican, tho
BVeatest number of votes, thereby
electing them to places on the city
iHarry Krauso and Fred Isslelb, re
publicans, secured tho greatest num
ber of votes of tho candidates for
the; service boaid nnd wero declared
olec'ted. J. C. Anthony, democrat,
nnd'O. A. Busard, republican, were
tied with 1S89 each. Thero are sev
eral disputed ballots and it Is prob
ablo that tho tlo will b,o decided by
Continued on Tago Six.
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1 11 11 -iii rfTiYi n r TrwWHhi ill
nfe --Hitchcock, comedian, 'was not
on board tho liner' .Majestic, which
arrived hero, today. Scotland Yard
detectives met the vessel and nlndo
'a thorough search for the Now York
Kansas Has a Plethora of
fi'opeka, Kans,, Nov. C Aa a sc-
quonco Of tho Banker's Trust Com
pany's failure" at Kansas City, October
28, Bank Commissioner Royce has
announced ' thi suspension of tho
Coyvllle, Garlund and Citizens' State
banks, respectively, at Coyvllle, Car
land and Mulbehy.
IS IN DEBT
When Jjamestown Show
Closes the Shortage will
Reach; Three Million
Washington? D. C, NIov, C When
the Jamestown exposition closes No
vember 30, it will have n deficit of
about threeJMilllon dollars, according
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Boiler Explosion Occurs on
Board German Ship
Berlin. Nov. U.' EUht are lcnaitcd
hincd and 22 Injured In n boiler e-
plosion on tho ' German schoolbhlp
.Blneher. at Klel.-
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CABINET MEMBERS ARE
' CALLERS UN PRESIDENT
Washington, Nov. 0. -Heavy
weights of the cabinet conferred with
tho Piesldent at tho Whlto House
today, auppobedly on tho financial
situation. Seciotary Cortelyou had a
talk with Secretary Root.
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LOOKS LIKE SAFE PREDICTION.
OF CLEVELAND BY A BIC MAJORITY
Popular Sentiment in the Forest City Defeats
Theodore Burton by Over 9,000 Votes-Bond
is Elected Mayor of Columbus, Whit
lock of Toledo and Markbreit of
Result in Town and Cities in This and Other States Fav
or Both Democrats and Republicans Kentucky Goes
Republican Many of the City and State Election are of
Cleveland, Nov. C. Mayor Tom T...
.Johnson was re-elected for the fourth
time ns mayor of Cleveland, In a
hard fought battle, In which tho Re
publican ticket was headed by Con
gressman Theodore H, Burton, chali-
man of tho house committee on rivers
t midnight, Chairman Baker, of
the Republican committee conceeded
the election of the entire Democratic
city ticket Is Indicated by DO00 or
The Democrats elect a majority of
Congressman Bui top' made consid
erable gains over the "vote of two
yeais ngo, when William 11 Boyd
was the Republican candidate, but
they were not sufficient to overcome
the strong .lohnson lead. At mid
night tho official count on 130 of 214
precincts gave .lohnson 23,990, Button
1'ho pleural ratio If maintained
would give .lohnson ; majority ot
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nson Bond swept .the i city, from
Alum creek to tho western hilltop, '
and from tho steel plant almost
to tho noithern boundary. Ho was
elected mnor by tho' largest plur
ality over given a Republican can.
didnto for mayor of Columbus.
His Democratic opponent made
the ii'-Mt on tho slpglo Issue of
tho Sunday lid, and his overwhelm
ing dufeat was a tremendous nntl-
lld victory. It whs won . In a
campaign In which the Isbuo wns
uppermost and drowned out con.
federation of every' tother ques.
In nbsurcd ' confidence "of that
victory, jet without confirmed
knowledgo of It, for not n slnglo
picclnqt had been heard from Mr.
I lord announced last ovonlng that
ho would enforce tho' saloon law,
ni d by that statement gave ground
fcr tho hope that an antl-lld vlc
tcry had been transformed Into
a lid triumph.
That decluiatlon boio tho stnmp
of nppioval of Malcolm A. Knrsh
nor, who, by hs vfqtory, nt tho
primal Ics, followed by that ot
IS RE-ELECTED MAYOR
jesterdny, has become Indisputably
tho head ot the local Hopubllcau
organization. It was tho only cam.
puign statement Knrshner
It. Is reiiorti.il miko Mint. tin. lirnw-l
ors who control the- Liberal league
which supported Bond to a man
lully approved Bond's election
night promise, and by their co
operation will niako it compara
tively aasy for the new mayor to
uuiiuuuu uiu uu poucy, inaugural-
od by Mnjor Badger.
iBond bore the brunt of the fight
ndo by tho Democrats, and lid
Republicans, and carried through
with 1j I ii the entlro Republican
George fciuney 'Marshall heads
tho winning ticket and Is re-elected
city solicitor by a tremendous
plurality over Albert Leo Thur.
Tho force of tho Independent
Republican voto wis fell
Bond. Charles SA. Tearco
felt most by
co nnd"D. J.
Fisher for board of public service
and PnmtiPl G. Osborne for pollco
Roy L. Wlldorniuth, who was do.
fented for reelection as pollco
Judge, led tho Democratic ticket
The hugo victory will
ItopublicnuH In Janunry In full
possession of tho city hall, with
a holldly Republican boaid of
service, a Republican at tho head
of ooiy depaitment and a Repub
lican council. Every Republican
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only Democrats .elected in tho city
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Mahai.na and Murnanc, who had
MAN MEETS DEATH
Three Others are Injured Candidate Objects to Alleged
Fraud and is An ested Son Intercedes and
is Shot Down.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. fl.Kollow
ing an election day arrest hoio,
Cljdo Campbell was killed. Patrol
man Michael Murphy fatally
wounded and Patiolnuu Minion
Smith and v. R. Campbell
Clyde's fnthor, sovoroly wounded.'
'Iho cider Campboll, who was a
republican candidate for council
man, wns arrested after ho bad
protested against what ho termed
ns election frauds.
His son enino to his asblstanco
and was shot by Murphy, who re
turned tho tiro, sovoroly wounding
his man, nlthough himself probab
ly fatally hurt. Theio Is much ox
eltomont. Thoro's sonio dllfeienco In re.
ports ns to tho dotnlls of tho shoot,
lug, n graphic account is given by
'I bourns A. Knight, who saw tho
tragedy. Knight said that In a
largo crowd about a voting plnco
ho saw Pollco Officer Murphy strug
gling with V, R. Campboll. When
tho btrugglo poomed ncnrly ovor
nnd the policeman's antagonist
seemed to bo ceasing his resistance
ho saw joung Campboll run up
and strike iMurphy In tho face.
Murphy turned and kicked young
Campbell In tho utomnch. Campbell
then ran out Enst High street,
while Murphy continued toward tho
pollco station with his prisoner.
Slucwd politics was played yb
tho Karshner organization in pre
venting opposition to tho South
Sldo councllmon, as It was n fac.
tor In obtaining for tho balance of
tho Uopublican ticket tho Doinoc
latlc voters who were for Bond.
Tho South Sldo Democrats voted
tho straight Republican ticket,
An oddity of tho election wnil
that Duncan carried Bond's pro
duct and Bond carried Duncan's
precinct. Duncan lives In F of tho
rifth, which gavo Bond sevon
plurality and Bond lives in I ot tho
'I bird which went for Duncan by
Cincinnati, Nov. C. By a decis
ive plurality and poislbly by a clear
majoiity over all four competitors,
Col. Leopold Markbreit, the veteran
Cierninn editor and former United
has,Shltes minister to Bolivia was elected
mayor or Cincinnati on the Republl-
ltnil flnlnf nti.l "nnH.lI.. i l. t..
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..rwurns, lias piolmblv carried wtth
him the entire Republican ticket.
a lie campaign had been a vigorous
one but the fact that Mr. Dempsey,
who was elected two years ago by a
combination of Democrats and "mun
icipal party," was this year the can-
innate or the Democrats only nnd
was opposed by many former supnort-
jors, gave the Republicans additional
suppoit In their claim that the Demn-
soy administration had been a failure.
Toledo. Xoy. q. Brand Whlt
lock was re-elected mayor of To
ledo today by a plurality cstl.
mated at r00() and (j()00. This
estimate oxceeds tho figures or his
initial plurality by approximately
'iho fight .was nnade'-onth Is
sue of franchises for street railway
corporations." along the lines laid
down by Tom Johnson, mayor of
Opponents or Whitlock put up
an argument of law and morality
put tho1(,,,,orcp,"ont- '
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am Jones or Golden Rule fame.
Now York, Nov. C. -Elections held
thioughout the country yesterday
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passed off comparatively quietly. The
returns from arlous sections show
'Massachusetts le-elccta the entire
Republican state ticket headed by
Governor Curtis Guild. Jr. Henry M
.Whitney, tho Cltizens-Demociatlc can
on Pago Three.
A littlo later joung Campbell
camo running up with a lovolvor
In his hand. Ho ran up to Murphy
and shoved tho pistol Into his face.
Murphy was ovldently surprised at
tho attack, but held on to tho prls.
oner. nung Cnnipbell demanded
of Murphy that ho turn his fath
er looso, but iMurphy 1 of used
Just then Patrolman Smith camo
up and as oung Campboll turned
to beo tho officer, Murphy struck
him tin eo times ovor tho head
with his club. Young Campbell
diopped lo his knees nnd ns ho
did so tho elder Campboll shot
Murphy In U10 back. Smith thon
drew his revolver and the nhoot
liig becamo general. Smith Bhot
old man Campbell.
Murphy staggorod up against tho
sldo of tho building and continued
tov,flio, shooting hoveral times,
lie was still using his pistol wjion
ho wns htruek by another bullot,
appniently filed by young Camp
boll. "iMurphy hud fallon, but ho got
up and staggorod to where young
Cnnipbell was struggling with Bomo
0110 who had caught him. Murphy
loaned over, placed tho mi??;le
of Ins .pistol within a few inches
of young Campbell's body, took
dolibornto aim and fked, 1 ,
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