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The Marioil Daily Mirror.
VOLUME XVI. NO. 80.
MAEION, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 133, 1907.
FBIOB TWO CINTi
'' - 'v
ND TARIFF REVISION
AT CM 11
Payne of New York, and Dalzell of Pennsylvania Confer
With President Roosevelt and Later Give Out a State
ment Which is Considered as Authentic.
.Washington, Nov. 2.-"Thero
will bo no tariff revision at tho
coming session of congress" said
representative I'nyno of Now York
chairman of tlio Ways and Means
commltioo, and representative Dal
zoll of Pennsylvania, or tho com
mittee on rules, after a conference
with tho president today. They
called to discuss tariff and cur.
Committee Will Meet in Washington, December Twelfth
', v to Decide Upon the Date and Place Tom Taggart
Laughs When Asked if He Will be a Candidate
for the Chairmanship.
Kronen Lick, Ind., Nov. 23. At
the i conference of tho Democratic na
tional committee here It was decided
to hold a meeting of tho committee
at Washington. Dec. 12. for tho pur
iposo of selecting a tlmo and placo
for thqnotlonal Democratic conven
tion next year.
Chairman Thomas Taggart, of tho
committee, presided at tho conference
Ho' said there were present 18 mora
lira and six other members wcro rep
resented by proxy- Three other moni
tors arrival last night.
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Louisville,-
St. Louis, Cincinnati. Atlantic
City, Denver and Long Branch, N.
J., aro applicants for tho honor of
entertaining tho next national con
vention. A Cincinnati delegation,
representing that city, asked the con
Iforenco tvhat the committee want
ed to which question tho eommltto
replied by asking what Cincinnati
would rIvo. The delegation replied
1hat an answer would bo given nt
tho December meeting.
iCharles F, Wilson, representing
Ivins Declares That Mayor
Nassau Electric Railway
Into It and Sold It to
iNew York, Nov. 23. William M.
Ivlns, whllo Investigating tho af
fairs of tbo Brooklyn Rapid Transit
compauy for tho nubile service com
mission yesterday, declared lhat May
or Tom li. Johnsoii) of Clovelapd,
nnd bin trlenls, who formeily owncil
tho Nassau Electric Railway company
of Brooklyn, bnd wntered Its stock
to tho oxtent of $0,250,000 nnd then
sold It to tho Brooklyn Rapid Tran
sit company. This was alleged to
'have taken placo In n reorganization
of tho Nassau company In January
' Questioning Timothy S. Williams,
vice president of tho Brooklyn Rapid
Transit company, about tho reorgan
ization or tho- Nassau company, Mr.
"On .that reorganisation I find that
ithey Increased their bond Issue,
which had theretofore been $5,500,000
hy, an additional $8,946,900. Thoy
Bryan, Ohio, Nov. 23. -starting
from here at Cj30 podestrlan Weston,
now In good physical condition, pass
ed' into Indiana this morning.
CLAIMS III JOHNSON
FATHER OF TIN PLATE
STKICKKN WITH PARALYSIS
NewYofk. Nov. 23. William B.
Tho presenco of J. Florpont
Morgan, who came hero to discuss
tho nnanclal situation with Presl.
dont Roosevelt, and remained
over today, Is taken as Indication
that Wall street has nohly recov
ered. This lis tho first time ho
has boon away from his offl.ro
since tho conditions heennic threat,
Denvci, said that city was building
a hall to seat 15,000 people, and ho
told the conference that Denver would
bring to the Washington meeting
$100,000 In gold as a further Induce
ment to defray tho expenses -f tho
convention. Gecrgo S. Lenhiirt. of
Altantlc City, supplied the conforenco
with, literature booming that city for
tho convention. Louisville and Chi
cago ate expected to bo lcpresonted
ibetoro tho commlttco members to
day. Otlir cities are expected to bo
represented at Washington meeting.
iMany of the members of tho com
mittee, some of whom aro accompa
nied by their families, will remain
.here over Sunday. National Gluur-
man Taggart will uo a cunuiunio
for re-election as tho Indiana mem
ber of tho national committee. When
asked if ho would be a candidate for
re-olcction us chairman of tho na
tional committee, Mr. Taggart'so only
reply wns a laugh.
fMr. Taggart last night gave a ban
quet In honor of tho visltng mem
bers of tho national commlttco.
Tom and Other Owners of the
Injected $6,250,000 of Water
the Brooklyn Company.
mado an ontlroly new issuo qt pre
ferred stock of $0,030,000, thoy thcro
toforo having no preferred stock, and
that to theretofore existing $0,000,op0
of common stock thoy added $2,500,
000 mnklng a total of now Issues of
$17,940,900 and your acquisition was
ICfln you tell mo what those row sc
atter this Incieaso of capitalization,
curlties wor Issued for "
i.Mr. Williams said an explanation
of tho transaction was given In an
agreement which Mr, Ivlns had, but
this was not read. Mr. Williams
jilso contended that tho Brooklyn
Rapid Transit company, If It had
bought $0,250,000 of water, had sub
sequently squoozed it out.
'T cannot ngreo with you," sali
(Mr. Ivlns. "It looks to mo like n
plain oaso of stock watorlng and
tho company had no right to charge
that $0,000,000 on Its books to the
cost and equipment of tho road."
Loods, organizer of tho tin plate In
dustry, who married Mrs, Mrry
Worthlngton, of Clovoland, sufforcd
another stroke of paralysis this morn
Washington, Nov. 23. The Y. M.
O. A. cony option hoard addresses
today by various loaders. William
Jennings Bryan. will speak at 4:30.
DISCOURAGES THIRD TERM
Washington, Nov., 23 Following is the text of the President's
order to the various department heads, forbidding the encourage
ment of a third term movement by federal office holders:
"Sir: I am informed that certain officeholders in your depart
ment and in various positions throughout the country, contemp
late attending the republican conventions in their respective states,
and urging the endorsement of myself for the presidential nomi
nation, i wish you would direct federal officeholders in your de
partment who have such a thing in view, that I would regard it as
an act of official impropriety and discourtesy."
HARTJE IS NOT YET
READY TO GIVE UP
Philadelphia, Nov. o'l.l. Scott
Ferguson today filed In Superior
Court n petition for a rehearing
of tho Augustus llartjo's troubles.
Ferguson said no specified now al
legations aro mado of misconduct
on Mrs. llartjo's part mil mac
tho court Is told that It mlsnppre.
bonded the facts, generally.
WOMEN NOT AMENDABLE
TO MEN MADE LAWS
London, Nov. 2.1 "y pro.nr
rnngoment, women suffragists, de
claring that women wcro unnmen-
nblo to men mado laws, stormed
ovory police court In England nnd
Scotland today crying to women
prisoners to break away. Twenty
Rear Admiral Mason Says
Uncle Sam is Not Pre
pared for War.
Washington, Nov. 23. Rear Ad
miral Mason In his report declares
It is absolutely necessary that con
gress authorize the purchase of war
material abroad. Ho exposes the
country's general unpreparedncss for
war and Its dependanco on foreign
niinufafurer. Ho makes requests
for much now armament .
Will Endeavor to Make a
Showing at Washington
Next Month. 3
Ind., Nov. 23
Indications nt .the Democratic
National .cbmmlttco conference to.
day are that tho antl-Brynnltos
will attempt to mako a showing of
strength at tho regular Washing
ton mooting next month.
Mother -Ties Children and
Herself and Jumps Into
St. Louis. Nov. 2U. Tied to her
four smnll children with a rope,
Mrs. Kathorlno Deters was found
In tho river Des Plaines this morn-,nes3.
tng. Tim patrolman just dragged Tho pollco think Smith killed bis
tho party from tho wntor In (wife, set his house on tiro and eom
tlmo. Tho mother Is hysterical at .mitted sulcldo. Another theory is
a hospital. . -r 'that burglars committed a double
"Mamma walked us around all jinurdcr, iobhr and arson
GOOD-BY to speculation
They Don't Care If He Never Comet
night, then tied ropes to us and
threw us In tho rlvor," said ono
of tho children. :
NOTED FIRE DANCER
DIES ON THE STAGE
Sow York, Nov, 2,'. A dispatch
from Berlin loports that I'aplnta,
tho II ro dancer dropped dead from
an attack of npopoxy on tho stage
of the Apollo theatre in Dump.
dorf, Oormany. i$j2Jj v
Washington, Nov. 2.1 President
Itoosevclt nnd William J. Jlryan
wero In conference for a half hour
in the piesldcnt's private office, at
the White House today
Believed to Have Been Come
New Rochelle, N Y, Nov. 23 Mr.
and i.Mrs, M. II. Smith wore found
dead rrom bullet wounds it. their
heads this morning and their hand
some homo was burning about them.
Smith was In tho automobile busl-
BRADLEY WILL GO FREE
Evidence of Fact Has All Been Presented and on Monday
the Battle of Experts Will Begin Judge Powers
Says the Jury Can Do Nothing Else Than
Acquit the Woman.
Washington, Nov. 2fl.Wlth all
cvldenco of fact submitted, tho gov
ernment attonieys, and those who
aro conducting Mrs. Hradlev's de
fense, took advantage of the respite
given them today by tho adjournment
of tho couit. to prepare for tho
struggle of experts, Monday.
.Mrs Urndley'n attorneys aro more
confident than over or securing her
fl'ho cape of tho defense Is now
complete, with tho exception of the
NEW YORK El I
CALL UPON ROOSEVELT
The Object of the Visit is Not Disclosed but It is Believed
to be to Discuss the Financial Situation Bryan's
Plan is Looked Upon With Some Favor.
Washington, Nov. 23. ,1. Plerpont
Morgan and George K. Baker, the
htter president of the First National
bank of Now York City, arrived
hero yesterday for a conference with
Secretary Coitelyou of the treasury
At 10 o'clock last night Messrs.
Moigan and JUker, accompanied by
Assistant Secretary Robert Bacon of
tho stato department, went to the
White House to see tho president by
The object of their visit was not
divulged, but It was believed to be
in relation to tho financial situation.
UKin leaving the Whito Houso at
11:23, after being with tho president
an hour and a half, Mr. .Morgan, on
being asked In regard to the develop
ments replied that conditions In New
York wero reasoning. He said that
evciytblng io.sslblo was lielug done
to relievo tho money stringency, and
that the situation was satisfactory.
ir. Morgan said also that his ob
ject in coming to Washington was
to sco Secretary Cortelyou In further
ance of the mnfuciico he had with
tho secref-iry In New Yoik Inst week
at which time, nie.ius wore discussed
lor tho fmther relief of tho situation.
Ho said ho saw Secretary Cortolvmi
before going to tbo White House, and
i.mt Jio called on President Roosevelt.
..Mr. Morgan will return to Wu-
York today. He could not say wheth
er be would again seo the president
before leaving for New York
All Important niiiiounceinont nf
policy was made by Secretary Cor
telyou jestenlay nfternoon lu regard
to tho allotment of the now one-year
treasury ceitlllcates, which Indicate
that tho secretary Is prepired to cut
ed tnpo as far as possible anil placo
the. proceeds of tbo sale of the cer
tificates promptly at the disposal of
the, money inaiket. Ho proposes to
return to national banks subscilblng
for tho cerlllcates as a deioslt or
public money, 75 per cent, of tho
cash paid for them. Tho remaining
25 per cent will go for the tlmo be
ing to strengthen tbo cash balance
of tho treasury. Tho banks sur
rendering this 25 per cent will not.
however, suffer a reduction In their
supply of cuironcy for thoy will be
entitled to receive tho par valuo of
(tho certificates purchased in new
bank note circulation
In order to mako this transaction
immediately effective, tho treasury
will retain tlio certificates purchased
by each bank, If It desires that thoy
uo tioposlted with tbo United States
treasury ns security for circulation,
STRANDED IN CAKADA
Niagara Falls, Out., Nov. 03,
I'uomployed laborers from "tho
Unltod states aro pouring ovor tho
Niagara frontier Into Canada,
drawn hero by tales of great Cana
dian prosperity and of a demand
for labor in tlio railway construe,
tlon camps. Hundreds Innded In
Canada paupers and as thoro Is
no vvoik for thorn It Is almost
certain that thoy will spond tho
v tutor as vagrants In county
testimony of experts.
I don't see how tho Jury can
bring In any other verdict than that
of acquittal" said Judge Powers.
'"The woman sas crazy and we have
shown It, If Dr. Rvans, tho Thaw
expert, has so strong a conviction
that lie is willing to come down hero
without a cent of compensation to
testify to his belief that .Mrs. Brad
ley was Insane at the tlmo of tho
p'lootlng, certainly wo have nothing
and will ship the notes at once.
Secretary Cortelyou Is studying the
application for certificates carefully
In order to make the allotments In
tbo manner which will be most ben
eficial to the monetary situation. The
secretary continued to receive calls
today from prominent bankers and
letters from various points In re
gard to the now Issues.
The bids for the Panama 2 per
rent bonds- arc being kept sealed
until tho tlmo for closing tho re
ceipts of bids, which Is n week
from today. This prevents any cal
culation ns to the amount sub
scribed for or tho prices offered, but
tlio number of offeis is already suf
ficient to Indicate a qulto generous
resonsc from tbo banks' of tho coun
try. X great variety of rumors aro In
circulation in regard to the purpose
of tho president and Secretary Cor-
leiyou in regard to currency ImtIr.
Suggestions such ns tho insurlmr of
deposits lu national banks, whlah
Mr. Bryan has just Indorsed: thn
Issue of additional bank notes mralnst
stato and municipal bonds, and Iho
lequlrement.s of Interest on govern
ment deposits In tno banks, .iiv. ro.
VmrtPd to have been presented to
members of the administration and
to have boon favorably received.
'ino ract that appears to be. hnw.
over, thnt the president mm CM.
tary of the treasury nrn uimnw o-
turning a receptive attltudo and aro
I steiilnn , ni .... ... ...
... ...."., " '. m,Kwtlons which
nil' iiiitiiii ii inniit ...iii i
' ii-iii wuiKHlL pnmm t
itliig themselves to any. Tho nrea
- Idoii t. last
year spoko In hH message
of tho pi,,,, oC im cmPrRoncy c,reif.
...nun ii.itit.Mi on securities, but did
not commit lilmseir to It
Accoi.ung to tbo best Information
which can b obtained, tho secre
tnry will iy rtw.Mw, BtreM ,
the linpoitance or legislation o Im
prove the condition of tbo currency.
Imt will avoid lnyli,K ,iwn a hn
nnd fast plan. Soveial preceding
M'cretar es. f.oni Mr. windo.n to Mr
Shaw, bnvo presented doflnlto plans
o congress, but the ultimate result
l8.'iC:",tllut thy "ve either not
-w.. inii-.i iiiKiu or navo been grcntlv
modified by tho respective ,
nvo thus far reached tho city, and
whllo several of them l.avo mmij
'"Costing suggestions regadlnR fho
currency, tho lenders
conservative strain and seem to prefer
to await tho expression of e'2
try before conimittini- tiin.i
particular measures. ' "
United States, officials it is
claled, whon these seek to return
refuBn mi imt American citizens!
All others aro required tq pay
a f head tax.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
LOSE THEIR RECORDS
iOhardon, o., Nov, 23.r-Offlclal
records of tho Sons of St. George,
vver desti-oywl In a fire that de3troyr
ed tho Bass Lake Club house. Joha
Morloy, superintendent of the club, '
was secretary of the order. i
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