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YOkUME XVI. tfO. 81.
MAIQON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18, 1907.
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Governor-elect Wilson Visits Taylor and Finley at tndian
. apolis and Says They will Return to the Blue Grass
State Wheriever He Sends for Them Date not
lndlanaiiolis, Ind., Nov. JS AH
doubt of tho future courso of
Villlnm S". Tnylor, nnd Charles
Flnloy ox-ROVornor and ex.sccrctary
of tho stato of Kentucky, cxllps
In Indiana since tho shooting of
Governor Goebel, was dispelled to
day when Taylor Bald he has not
decided on the date on which ho
will return, any "jnprd definitely
than at tho first of tho year. Ho
paid he certainly Is going hack.
Governor elect Wilson, of Ken.
tucky was hero last night and
SECRETARY TAFT IS
NOW IN VLADIVOSTOK
Tomorrow Morning He Leaves Over the Transibenan
' Railroad St. Petersbubg He Decides not to Call
- Upon tKaiser Wilhelm and will Sail From
Hamburg for New York, December 7
Vladivostok, Nov. is.-Sccretary
' ' of War Taft arrived here at noon
Sunday on board the converted
K-Ai e x .. ... r.l.n..r Thn UlllllllOW Was
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lStef convoyed by tho cruisers Chatta.
Iffl '.'Sri, m Mi, nooga ana muiybiw
ir.VtA lUV f J iS .-. At. fJlniAvliiiin
when the 'American vessels enter-
i i .v -vb it . .n n.in i.i.v iiiiii;i tijuii
i.o cikwem Horn they wore
jf m.et,by Ihe JlusBtan gunboat detail
ed to escort them up tho harbor.
Salutes woro exchanged with tho
land batteries. M tho flnlnbow
'( Reamed in thoro could bo scon
tho wreck of ' the Russian tor.
podo boat destroyer which was
Bunk during tho roccnt naval mut-
iny. The "Rainbow anchored off
shore guarded by tho Chattanooga
and the Gnlveston. ,
Tho Bocretary- and his party will
remain on board their stcamor
until their doparturo from Valdl.
vostok ovor tho Tra.nsslborlan rail
road for St. Petersburg at 7
o'clock on tho morning of Nov. ifl
An Imperial car has beon placed
PLANS A BIG LOAN
Panama Canal Bonds and One Year Emergency Notes to
the Amount of $i50, 000,000 will be issuea 10
Bring Hoarded Money Out of Hiding -Fora-
ker will Probably Make Political Capital
Out of the Deal.
Washing,,. Nov. 17.-Tho ad- jo
ministration tonight announces a '
popular loan of $150,000,000 to re- .evon,g( wlien Mr. Cortelyou wont
Have the present stringency. This Is to h,B 0t'(cca In tho" treasury and ls
a bid for tho return of the hoarded aUcd tho usual formal announcement
money to circulation. 'of tho loan with tho Roosevelt state-
in an omm lotter to Secretary 'niont appended. ,
rortelvou tho president emphasizes
the statemohtf "There Is tio anal
ogy at all with tho way things worej
In 1893."' -
He further assures tho country
that congress will pass a currency
bill early In Its sessloa and ho says:
"Citizens should reallzo how funda
mentally nound business conditions
arc, and how absurd It Is to get Into
a panic and creato a stringency by
Again tho prealdont says: "Tho
government will see that the people
do not .suffer If only tho people them
selves will aot in a normal way,"
Tonight's offer of a popular loan,
and the plea of the president Tor cool
ness and a ano popular view of the
situation, are tho fruit or many ex
tended conferences during tho last
few days. Tust week' Secretary Cor
telyou went to Now York, whore ho
talked with the leading financiers.
After his return he spent much time
left lator for Washington. Wilson
"I did not como to see Taylor.
'I ho enses of Taylor and Flnloy, llko
that of Caleb Powers are on
court dockets of tho common
wealth and must bo tried, llko tho
other cases, Taylor and Finley will
como when I send for them and
I will send for them when I find
that tho court Is ready to try
thorn. I shall protect thorn and
shall Insist that thoy have fair
it Mr.' Taft's disposal for this
inurnsv and tho Emnoror of Rus
sia has detailed military and naval
aids to accompany him.
It Is probable that from St) Pet
ersburg Mr. Tnft will Journoy di.
rcct to Hamburg and sail for
New York on Dec. 7 on board the
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bow was delayed Tor half a day."""'-. iu ji - - ,
by a Bovero northerly galo which cr, today In an address before the
was encountered thr lfth. Tiio
heavy seas made considerable die-
-omfort and on tho night of tho
'th tho accidental sounding
M10 collision signal
ilnrm on board.
Secretary Taft has definitely and
finally decldod not to visit Em
noror William. Ho fient a telegram
to Charlemagne Tower, the Ameri
can ambassador to Germany, two
dnys ago oxprcslng his regret
that ho would not bo nblo to see
tho emperor In England.
frho offer of the loan is in two
parts, a $30,000,000 Panama canal'
bond Issue and an lssuo ot $100,000,
000 In omergoncy one-year notes. It
has been oxplalned In these dis
patches that tho government waB au
thorized to Issue Panama canal nonus
at any time, and that such Issues
wore contoninlatcd and directed by
congress, since It wa tho Intontlon
of that body to pass on tho cost of
canal construction to tho posterity
thnt. will benefit liv It and hot to
have any part paid out of curront
rovonues. The canni bonus now of
fered nro 2 per cent., rodeomnhlo at
the end of ten voara. but runnlnc for
thirty. In denominations of $20, $100
and ?j,oiw for tne coupon vnriety,
nun " ?.u, $nm, ?;,euu auu jiuuou
for the reslstorod bonds. THtla will
,be' received through tlio subtreasurles
and they must lie in by the ond or
Continued on Fngo Four
CASE f HRESHER WORKS
i , , DESTROYED 'BY FIRE
' l4g$ 'kl)JW. JsjSnromi
White 'and ' Harlmnii ward killed
by falling walls lu tho flra which
destroyed the five story "plant of
tho J. , I. Ohho threshing inachino
company today. Tho I03H Is $200,-000.
CANTON BARK CASE
IS SF.T FOR TRIAL
Mobon, O., Nov. 18. Tho Canton
bank case has been sot for trial
December (). Judge Itobdrts of Ash.
tabula Is to bo on the bonch.
Body of a Man is Found Ly
ing on a Railroad
Lodl, 0., Nov. is WItli stab
wounds In his side and' a bullet
through his heart, the body of
Nicholas Hodman, was taken from
tho railroad track just before a
man, a member of tho construe.
tlon cane. had a largo sum of
money on his person, but all was
gono when the body was found.
Socalist Leader Calls for a
Boycott From the Labor-
Norfolk. Va., Nov. 18. Victor h.
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Anierlcan Federation or uinor, iuui,
jor a boycott on tho national guard,
I ,. , ,.0 saId wnB not for defenso
'ifrom a foreign enemy but for tho
nrotection of plutocrats In their war
against the workmen.
WILL CONTEST ELECTION
OF THE WHOLE TICKET
Youncstown. 0 Nov. 18- 'Hie
election of tho mayor, two mom.
bonr of tho board of education,
six councilmon nnd tho town
marshal Is being contested at
Poland on tho charge that thoro
was an Illegal ballot used at tho
The protest wns filed In probate
court Saturday ly Chester P.
rnnnv. Ho had given notice to this
effect on Friday, which waj tho
last day for filing the protest,
but tho petition did not arrive un
Tho friends of tho men who
were olocted claimed that it camo
GREATER PITTSBURG LAW
.Washington. Nov. 18. The "Gieat
r Pittsburg' law was declared con
stitutional by the supreme court of
the United States today.
Jm. ' mmmmmizimsiez ' t & Mx&&a&te
i -'v- Mwwr;''; C2a& .vsmssstass
"'j? TSmmm&i2fc' .sV4L m ir&&?&3?
He Says He is the Ohly Man
WhVCan Win, Next
' '? Year.
Now York, Nov. 1H. llrynn alone
can wlnlftXor, 'the Democratic parly
next yenrBP according ,to Thomas
Tnggnrtfrafn Indiana, chairman of
tho national committee, who Is
hero for,cpnforeiiro with William
J. Connorsjiof Buffalo, state chair
"Regulation of the trusfu and
tariff ( wlifjuo the principal isaurs.
He will favor a regulation of the
rallroads?&npt ownernhlp. I know
Is not at present In llryan's mind"
said TaggarL ,
SeizureJl of Serdecht
Pet siafby the Turks
Constantinople, Nov. IS. Tho
Russian minister has protested
against the 'VhcI.uio of Serdecht,
Persia, by -STifrklsh troops. Tho
Turkish government has been warn
od that further aggression will be
met with force1. News of tho selz.
uro has just'vreached
T Tmnnrfan riori.mnt
- riiea in ine rowers
Georgetown, Ky Nov. is..
en jurors iuftthe jur box, court
re-opened todayV .for thO( second
week ot the trial! of Caleb Pow.
crs, Judge Morris permitted tho
filing of both -the avowal of the
dolenBo and tho counter avowal of
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mo prosecution, which questions
tho legality of tho pardon granted
. by Taylor as governor. The solec
tlon of jurors wns then resumed,
T,atcr the dofohso asked that
,tho seclal venire bo set aMde, bo.
cans of alleged lrrogularltles of
dquty sheriffs In the summoning
CRISIS IS REACHED
WITH THE SWITCHMEN
llulTalo, N Y.,,Nov. IS.Negotl"
(Ions between eastern railroads nnd
tho Switchmen's Union of North
Amorlca are practically ended. Un
less ono side or other recodes be
fore midnight. serious develop,
monts nro expected.
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VANDETTA BLAMED FOR
A RIOT IN NW VORK
New York, Nov. 18. Tho Ven
d'ettn is hold responsible by tho
police for tho Italian theatre riot
in which one was killed, another
is dying nnd six are wounded.
EARL HAS NOT YET
GIVEN UP "AFFINITY"
Paris, Nov. 18. There Is no truth
according to Mrs. Ferdinand Earlo
In tho reports that sho and her
husband, the American artist, have
patched up their differences and
lOarlc will forgot his "nihility"
Is Now Sure to Figure in
the Trial ot Mrs.
Washington. Nov. IS.- In the llrad-
ley trial today, the defense began to
fortify Its Insanity plea by several
witnesses who talked with Mrs. Brad
ley nftcr the shooting. Reporters
said she had a wild eye and was er
ratic In her behavior. The govern
ment lawyers grilled the renorters.
0110 of whom said he did not think
tho woman Insane.
A Salt Lake nhvslrl.in told of 011-
eratlons on her for blood poisoning,
tho last of which resulted In delirium
lasting several days. The ailment,
ho said, frequently nffected the
Mrs. Bradley was ncrvoiiH lmt cnlm
in court. iKvery effort Is being made
to conservb her strength for the su
premo test, a narration of linr nwn
MJTT ADVANCES ONE
CENT PER QUART IN CHICAC O
'Chicago, Nov. is. Milk today
advanced ono cent per quart,
making tho prico 10 cents.
TRACTION LINE SHOPS ARE
DESTROYED BY FJRE
Lisbon, O., Nov, IS. An over
'lentcd stove caused a firo that do.
itroyed tho V, and S. shops ut
sVest Point Loss $0,000.
Small Deficite in the Peni
tentiary Fund is Sus
picious. Columbus, O., Nov. IS. Graft
or lack ot business judgmunt in
the last management of tho Ohio
penitentiary l strongly indicated
lit the annual report nindo to
Governor llnn:s, Monday.
During the year which ended
October ;)l, tho earnings of tho
prison enme within $."4I),2I) of
equalling tho exondltures, ns
against u dellclt In U)0 of$H;i
"J.I'.YI mul a deficit In 100(1 of
!K(M!)S- Prison ninnngeiiient nsks
lor report of Wertz to abolsh con.
vlct contract labor.
Man who was Approached and Offered money to do the
Deed weakens and gives away the whole Scheme
Trap is laid and now one Man is in Jail upon a
Heaver, Pa., Nov1. IS- Had it not
been for tho weakening of Wil
liam llowaid of Heaver Falls a
plot to murder IClchard H. Holt, the
presiding Judge of Heaver county,
would have been successful. As a
result of the plot .1. if. Patterson ot
Heaver Falls Is In Heaver jail
charged with solicltng Howard to
commit the deed.
The arrest of Patterson was
made on ati Information made by
kludge. Holt before Squire Stephen.
-Minor or Heaver, There are threo
charges made against Patterson.
The first accuses him of soliciting
Howaid to murder Holt and offer
ing .4.1. linn ns well ns ntlur rnn.
Rlderatloiib." The second charge Is
for endeavoring to have Howard
secure some party or parties to
MRS. HARTJES ROOM IS
RANSACKED BY BURGLARS
Three Men believed to be Detectives enter the Vance Home
where She is staying and carry away Valuable Papers -
Mrs. Hartje is Distracted and on the Verge of.
Llgonler, Pa,. Nov. is liurglais
who ate believed to bo hired de
tectives, yesterday broke into tho
Ynnco residence hero and looted
tlu persounl effects of Mrs, Mary
Scott Ilnrtjo, tho defendant In
the divorce suit Instituted by
August Hnrtje, the liillllonnlio.
Tho vandals forced the front
door of the house during tho ab
sence of the family at church,
broko tho hasp on Mrs. Hartje 'h
trunk nnd escaped with her diary
and two letters from Attorney
rreanjan, her counsel. Articles ot
value were left undisturbed.
Three men did the work. All
were Identified and were followed
on their wny back to Pittsburg.
Goorgo IJ. I'eiklns and two opera
tives from tho Perkins detectlvo
agency are hero nnd have posltlvo
clews to the Identity or the men
and have set out lu pursuit of
Mrs. Hnrtje Is In an Intensely
nervous Rtnte. With wet ejes and
trembling fingers she pointed to
the spllnteied door and to tho
twisted lock on hor trunk
ROOSEVELT CALLS ILL
Notable gathering is proposed for next May at the White
House Conserving the Resources ot the Nation will
be the Topic for Discussion when the Confab is
Wubhlngtoii, Nov. IS Piesldont
Itoosevelt has Invited tne govornois
ot tho states and territories to
meet him at the White Houbo Mny
13. 14 and 15 not to discuss tho
question of means to conserve tho
nnturnl resources of tho country.
Inventions nro to bo oxtondod
to the members of both houses of
congress and to tho inland wntor-
ways commission. Tho Importanco
and innnner In which tho subject
Is to be coiibldered aio Indlcnted
In tho piosldent's letter to tho
governors, which was niaile publlo
at tho Whlto IFoiiho Sunday Tho
"Recently I oxpresed (ho opinion
Hiat there In no other question
now boforo tho nation of equal
gravity with tho question ot tho
commit the deed, and offering tho
same Inducements, t'ndev a separ
ate Information Patterson nnd
Howard are held for conspiracy
to commit the murder.
After Howard was first approach,
ed on the matter It so weighed on
his mind that he finally confided
the plan to Chief of Police Mc.
iee of Heaver Fnlls and to Hobli.
A trap was then laid to catch
Patterson red handed. Howard
made arrangements to meet him
nnd three men were concealed so
thev could bee Patterson. Patterson
arrived and nftcr some preliminary
conservation he told Howard that
he wanted him to kill Holt, prom
ising him $1.0(W to secure for him
a liquor license, and to see that
he was taken care of, An arrest
"'I hey can go on only one step
further In my persecution," she
cried. "And that will bo murder. I
have not Hlept for nights. I am
growing used to being hounded on
tho streets by detectives. I ntn
no longer nlarmed at fabrications
and threats, but when they break
Into my homo nnd steal precious
belongings I cannot Imagine what
fiendish plot next will bo attempt,
"My children intended Joining
mo last night, but a tolophono mes.
sago from Pittsburg Sundny nfter
noon brought the tidings thnt thoy
hnd nilshcd the train. Oh, my dar
lings. I wonder if thoy will kid.
nnp them as a climax to my dls.
Tor months Mrs Hartje has
nindo her homo with tho family
of I'd ward Vance The house stnnds
uiion a terrace high above tho
street and since It Is situated quite
apart from neighboring buildings,
It Is considered reinnrkable that
marauders could effect an ontranco
lu daylight without being detected
In the act
conservation of our natural re
sources; and 1 added that It Is tho
plain duty of thoso or us who. for
the moment are responsIbloV to
make Inventory of tho natural
resourceb which havo been handed
uiMvii to us, to forocast as well
as wo may tho needs of tho fu-
tuio and so to handle tho grent
SOIll'CeR Of mil lli-rKi,,n.M .,,. ..!
, w.1'", ,,j tin jiui,
to destroy in advance nil opo or
tho prosperity of our descendants.
"It Is evident that tho abundant
natural lesources on which the
welfare of this nation restq niq ho.
coming deploted and in not a row
cases nro already exhausted, This
Is true of all portions of the
United States, It Is especially true
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