Newspaper Page Text
? YV11 ,?-rtf.
v j f n i
1 . '
a i i
THIS MAlllON DAILY MlUKOK. x'l JtipAV,, jMllUUAU -U, v 1008.
i , i ,r
F T i-" '-
If . ,
TheMarion Daily Mirror
E J. BURUESS
UA. C. HOLLAND
& ADVERTISING RATES FURN181IE1)
This ptpr reoelvei the United Prei Tele
rphle l'ewi Berrjc nd.Mykettjt6rir)rH
"Wngle lxprrr. . : v. : .?. ,tt 2c
Per Week by, Carrier ....10o
fiy Mall, Per Year 13.00
"Soml-Weekly Atlrror, per year... $1. 00
Weather, for OhioFair tonight
except snow flurries in northeast
portion, Colder; 'Friday fair.
'IHUnSDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1908.
feb. 6 In fifetory.
JlGtS Death of Charles II.; accession of
J 1779 Franco officially acknowledged tndo-
pendence of United States and prom
ised an alliance, a dcclolvo event In
a the Itovolutlon. Lafayotto had already
offered his sword, and soon after tho
' treaty a French fleet from Toolon ar
rived In tho Delaware, in tlid Biego
of Yorktown 37 French ships took
part: also 7.CC0 French soldiers.
1818 William Maxwell Evarts, distin
guished American lawyer, born In Bos
ton; died 1901.
1907-Rear Admiral Albert Kantz, U. 8. N..
retired, veteran of the civil war, died
In Florence; born 1S39.
Tonight and Tomorrow Morning.
Bun sets 6:19, rises G.C9. Moon sots
-10:36 p.m. Moon's age, S da) s. 12:13 noon,
moon In conjunction with Mars, passing
6 degrees south of the plnnot, from west
TM"to east; Mars thus easily Identlflod to
night; Its color, red; dlstanco at present,
- y about 200.000.000 miles. 2:24 p. in., leap
Tear one tenth gone.
TAFT IN A HOLE
President Roosevelt's special mes
sago to congress, which Is generally
conceded to have been Intended for
Taft campaign llteraturo and which
is recognized by republicans to bo
more of a democratic doctrine than
it is a republican is likely to cause
a deal of troublo In the republican
In tho llrst place tho democrats
In the house, under the leadership
of Bourko Cockran, drovo homo
a few nails and clinched them
solidly when they drovo tho republi
cans of that body into a corner
and mado them promise to enact
eomo of the suggestions of the
president into laws. This is Indeed
amusing. Tho things which Hoose
velt advocates are bo clearly op
posite to tho principles of tho
great majority of tho members of
the houso that a promise to adopt
his suggestions is oxtremoly ludi
crous. Tho promise, If it could bo
considered as having boon given
V seriously, Is so diametrically op-
posed to Speakor Cannon, that it
tcould bo considered as iittlo short
Xof a direct slap at tho presiding
"fy officer of tho house. The promise
imu not ue cuusiuerea as amounting
to very much, though, for the rea.
son that those who made it, doubt,
leosly realized full well that ' all
legislation along thoso reforms
which tho hpuBo might attempt
would be quickly killed in tho son
ate. So it will be seen that tho
pledge, is It stands amounts to prac
As stated before Presidont llooso.
veit Is credited witli having written
tno messago for a Taft campaign
document. If this was his Idea
and bis motive, tho president is gull,
ty of having made a serious blun-
ttrdor In not having withheld tho
message for a fow days, or until
Uio Supreme court had ruled on
, the labor caso which was before
?U. Jn his messago, Presioont Itoose-
velt declares that ho would be
YJust as vigilant In eniorcing tho
ylaws against labor as against cap!.
Vtal. Tho Supremo court has hold
ythat labor organizations
held responsible for damages result.
ting from boycotts and now tho
'vjpomployers threaten to aBk him o
make good the declarations of his
Tmessago and order tho proper au-
Athorltios to proceed against tho
Xoffendlng labfJr organizations.
Hflerfttnrv MViff- fo nn.n.iln .,
4elng paraded as hbamlnistfa-
:tlou's candidate Ho Is nolntod to
the man who is to carry out
tho reform which President noose.
f' It you are looking for a good foun
tain pea at less than a reasonable
price, try one of our Dollar pena, It
i Kuarantoea xor one year ana the
nsrantee holds (rood for from hnn.
aradl Bold, we know of no rntan nf
r4dlaatUfactIon owing to faulty pens.
I C. G. WIANT.
mtoaumA.. and atatioiw.
' - i ma WHNU Or POM 0AKD. J
volt has Inaugurated. Ho theroforo
must indorso President Hoosevelt's
attitude on this mntter. We do not
question for n moment but that of.
fending labor organizations should
be punished JUBt the same as offend
ing organizations of capital, but tho
question is, What effect will Presi
dent Itoosovclt's attitude havo if
TafJjistononilnated7 Secretary Taft
has not been looked upon vory fav-
fflWWoYgnnlzcd Mr' ftrW
Since his d'ecl'slon agafiwt theni eon:
years ago. During the past .fojv
month she has been endeavoring to
get hack' in their good graces and
was making tomo headway, illls re
cent speech before Cooper union
In New York city made him many
friends, but President Koosovelt's
nttltude Is likely to undo all of tho
work Taft has done anil more.
Tho Supreme Courts decision
against organized labor backed by
President Koosevelt's declaration to
enforce tho law against labor as
rigidly as against capital places
Secretary Taft In a vory peculiar
position. It Is a question whether
tho recent message or tho president
will not prove a boomerang and
result in Injury to Taft and servo to
advance tho cause or William Jen
An eastern man has Just com.
pleted a now table for arithmetics
Hero It Is:
Ten mills make on trust.
Ten trusts make ono combine
Ten combines make on meigor
Ten mergers make one magnate
Ono magnate makes all the money.
Somo men are very superstitious
about tho number "i:i." Tho man
who has stock which pays thlr.
teen jer cent never refuses to tnko
the money, though.
Even the strongest advocates of
county local option did not expect
twenty-four votes in tho Ohio Sen
ate. ureat llrltaln Is nrranglng to
streiijthen her PacUic squadron.
John Bull must be getting a iittlo
What Others Say.
An amendment to tho penal code
of the United States was rejected
in congress the other day, not be.
causo it was not a good amendment
but .ncauso it was proposed by a
Democrat. It seems to havo been
tactlly agreed that no amendment
proposed by a Democrat will bo
reported favorable by tho committee,
henco the Democrats are fiequently
getting tho Uepubllcans into "hot
wator" as tho bojs say.
Tho amendment was for tiio pur
poso of breaking up a system
peddllng ofllces, said to prevail in
the South. It seoms that certain tho penitentiary. Both men aro crlp
patriots" who havo the naming 'pics, having but ono leg each.
of the federal officers for tho South
havo been in tho habit of selling
their "Influence" and their Influ
ence Is equivalent to a recommenda
tion to tho appointing powers that
certain men ho appointed. The pro.
posed amondment was to mako such
procedure a crime and In order to
dofeat It tho Republicans had to go
on record as opposing ths passage.
of a law to prevont peddling olllces.
Hut they did so, rather than to havo
BLANCHE RING AND HER SUCCESS.
Three or four years ago Blanche Ring made her first appearance as a star
In musical comedy at tho Broadway theaters in Now York, For years she
had been singing In vaudovllie houses. Though still young and beautiful, she
was a married woman with a son seven years old beforo she succeeded lu
making her woy to the front In the "legitimate." After Broudway heard her
alng a few snngn her wuy was easy. Miss IUna la from Boston. Sho ha a oni
riglnal ideas a to costumes.
I SALE I
H . I iuj una . . 1 1 iioifw int j) ,inH
I -rV 4 PRICE I
I If you want a gopd bargain in
I Suits, Overcoats and Separate Pants.
Please call in and see us. I
II. Marx & Sons
upon tho atatuta books a law pro.
posed by a Democrat. It should b1"
understood that tho .Republican
members of congress, aro not so
bitterly opposed to nil Democratic
niembiis, but at tho beginning of
the session, Tor fear somo Demo
crat would, In tho language of tho
baseball fnns "put ono over tin
plato" It was agreed among the
Republicans that anything a Demo
cratic member proposed was a good
thing to "let alone."
In thl". part of tho country we
havo advanced so far in civilization
that wn no longor peddle public
olllces. Any congressman or senator j
or otuor man in powor wmi ine
government would consider It n
a mortal wound to bo offered a sum
of money to appoint a man to olllce
and a man seeking a postolllco
would not think of attempting to
Influence ,'tho appointing dlllcers
with gold. Wo havo n much moro
refined system. Instead of dollars,
wo use votes, or committees, A
congressman Is told, not that If ho
will appoint a certain man to olllce
that ho will recelvo.so many dollars
but that ho can count upon so mnn'
delegates in tho convention. And
the man seeking tho postoftlce, fre
quently, Instead of agreeing to pay
cash, tactlly agrees to furnish
"cndorJoments" at tho proper time.
Hut oven this refined modo of
bribery Is coming Into disrepute.
Peoplo aro becoming so unreason,
nblo that they are actually demund.
lug competency In public borvlce,
regardless of tho pumhor of votes
an appointee can deliver.
BROTHER JOINS BROTHER
IN OHIO PENITENTIARY
Youngstown, O., Pcb. f. Thomas
Med inn, charged with shooting with
intent to wound his wife, has been
sentenced to five years In tho pen
itentiary. Ills brother, several years
airo. roenlvofl n llfn Kfmtonrn for nf-
Ulng his wife's throat, and is now In
FALLING WALL IrSJJRES
FIVE RACINE FIREMEN
Racine, Wis., Fob. U Fivo llre-
mou woro injured by a falling wall,
when tho Alschultor block was do.
stroyed by tiro this morning. All
will recover. Tho loss is Jo'O.OUO.
It Is stated that Uio Shah's Jewels
are valued at $o0,000.000.
Famous Old Blockade Run.
uer of the Civil War
Burns at Philadel
phia. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 1; Flro
today destroyed tho steamship Aries,
famed during tho' Civil War as a
blockade runner and one of tho
oldest freighters In commission at
her pier In tho Delawaro river.
Thieo tramps aro belle. od to havo
perished. The JlrOjispread' to the
docks, causing considerable damnge.
Former Dictator Franco will
Lisbon, Feb. U.s-Formor dictator
Franco has gone to Italy, whero
ho will muko his future home. King
Emanuel II Is Improving rapidly.
His advisors aro trying to persuado
his mapesty not t6 intend tho fun.
oral services,' Saturday, With their
atteuduut excitement and tho possi
bility of a 1 evolutionary demonstra
tion, x -
WOMAN ESCAPES FROM
THE OPERATOR'S TABLE
Youngstown, O., Fob. C .With
hardly a ttltcli of clothing oil her,
Mrs. Phillip Sadler escaped from tho
mtv hnnini ni..i ,';ii- & M, i.r,,
of a friend
"They are chopping up all tho fat
men into sausages and tho loan mpn,
too, and 1 escaped."; she doclaied.
rti t.ii i" ,
Influenco of nnaesthetics when sho
escaped, Jumphi.i; 15 feet Into tho
biiow and fleeing In her bare feet.
Sho was taken back and tho opera
tion will bo pprformod.
SENATE WILL AGREE TO
ADJOURN 'TILL FEBRUARY n
Columbus, O., Fob, (i.'i'Jio sen.
nto rules commltteo will rocommond
tho adoption of the Jiouso resoln.
tion for adjournment Frldny. ir
adopted thoio win not. bo another
cession of tho general assembly un
til Fob. J 2. Tills is to teivo Uioso
who have contests for ronominatlon
an opportunity to get out
tlo at pilmarles.
IN winter no amount
of warm clothing will
make you safe if your vi
tality is low. Warmth inside
is what you must have
' i ,TW
of Cod-liverOil supplies
carbon to the 'blood and
tissues and mikes you
warm and comfortable all
over. It is a safeguard
against colds aruf aU the
ills that follow, them. .
Small, easily taken doses'
will do it. ;v-.
'4 ' I
f V.V ' , - fcV
Chicago Man, Shoots His
Little Daughter and
(J0T3M Z9Mi jflHTO
Chicago, J'eb. (J. Uustav Wa!
stead, aged ?C7Ttskllled mochan
In 1m ..t. A,n 1. 1.tmn nnni f
paltf, Vodayfnrd6C nTttfrYeaf
old (laughter Helena and then ended
his own life. Temporary Insanity,,
resulting front ins lntenso suuering
from grip, Is tho only reason his
wifo can glvo for tho deed. Wat
stead was devoted to his ramlly.
This mornlnf?, while Airs. AVnl.
stead was preparing breakfast, tho
sick man cradled from 'his couch,
got 1ils rovolver and shot thp iit
tlo girl as slia slept; then turned
the rovolver on himself. Both' were
dead brforo physicians nrrlvtvl.
BANDIT RAISULI WILL RE
LEASE SIR HARRY MAO LEAN
Tangier, Feb. (i.Cald Sir Jlarry
-Mac Loan, who has been in tho hands
of tho bandit Ilnlsull for the past
seven months, is now within four
hours lido of Tangier and probably
will 1)q released today.
The British government lias fin
ally succeeded in bringing their
negotiations with Ralsull .to a closo
and in roturn for tho release of
Cnld .MacLean will"5 pay JIOO.OUU to
Ralsull and guarnteo him protection
Tho cold wave or Saturday, with
snow and frost, which covered all
Europe, extended Into Africa. '
Creditors of Charles W. Morse, Organizer of the American
Ice Company and the Consolidated Steamship i Com
pany Get Busy with Attachment Suits It is Ru
mored That He Left for Europe:
iNow York, Feb. C Charles W.
Morso, organizer of tho American Ice
company! and of tho Consolidated
Steamship company, could not bo
seen last night regarding the court
actions instituted against him yester
day. Ho was not at his town houso
hero, it was said, and It could not
be learned that ho was cither in Bos
ton or at his homo at Hath, Me,
iHIs creditors attached his property
In this city, including his residence at
No. 728 Fifth avenue and a Eiilt be
gun by Charles A. Hanna, national
bank examiner, as receiver of tho
National Bank of North America,
which Morso controlled.
'In the papers on which tho at
tachment was granted It was stated
that Morso had ''probabjy loft for
Europe or departed elsowhoro from
New York wjthln the last fow .days."
'A iiiifrmnnt. iv ,wnit fnn V.r: 7r.i
In another suit was bIeo
ailnst him today.
Jlorse. whoso wide operations In
tho business world had made him
; L?Lr i.'f:i!.. -cI!!,
...;.., uui inrcii bciiuuaiy iinuiveu rt-
cently consequent upon tho money 'tAns of the Hamilton bank and
stress and banking troubles. jtoir a Bcoro of Bma uroaklyn and
So far as known Morso has no Harlem institutions, tho forced wlth
ipresslng engagements which .youid ldrawal of Edward It. Thomas and
keep him lu tho city Just now. His Orlando F. Thomas from tho mmklng
duty as a witness before tho grand field, tho suicide ot Charles L. Banoy
Jury in Now York county Is believed
to have been ended nnd his frlonds
suggested last night that it was quite
possible tliat holiad seized tho oppor
tunity to slip away from business
cares and at tho samo tlino escapo
from tho rigors of the winter, while
resting In a milder climate, '
Tho Now York county grand Jury
has been Investigating tho local bank-
situation and somo of tho tran
sactions which nro alleged to havo
helped to mako possible tho recent
scries or financial calamities, Morso
has appeared before tho Jury to glvo
that body such information on tho
situation as ho possessed.
Whllo tho district Jury has been
nt work tho federal authorities
through a federal grand Jury 'havo
uisen a nanu in"tho' general 'cxamlii-ntlon-iby
dWllW cPKSHn'or Wd'HlftlMil ilanYct.
Thwi'TesAifB oF'fh'o 'dnBWftnKaif
4noMioFarf.ainH Juryal'o At Ue
lMblld ii ftinfrtSi. i-tob fflnmr
.Afr. 'TWorso 'said last night: 3"' r
"I have not seen Mr. Morse since
ono day last week. I do not know
whero ho Is. I know nothing n limit
tho reports whjoh havo boon circulat
ed about his probable whereabouts
and I could not help anybody to find
iMr. Morse has not been seen in the
financial district this week," but a
closo friend Js authority for Jhe state
ment thfrt he saw him on Monday and
(that Mr. Moj fold him Vt the time
tfiat he Intended to go to Europe.. No J
FOR WEAK. WORE
AND ALL J
THROAT and LUNG
I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as the grandest medicine of
modem times. One bottlo completely cured me of a very bad
cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments;
EARL SHAMBURO, CodeU. Kas.
PRICE BOO AND Sl.00 '
3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C.
TSCHANEN BROTHERS, 111 S. Main Street.
STONE WANTS PHILIPPINES
RELINQUISHED IN 1913
Washington, Feb. C Senator Stono
of Missouri, yesterday Introduced a
Joint resolution authorizing tho pros!-
dent to rellnnulHh control or tho Phil
ippine! islands In 11(13, upon first be
ctirfng a pledge from other v nations
to preserve the neutrality of tho isl
steamer sailed' lor 'Europe jon Mon
day and Morso Is not on tho Hit of.
any steamer sailing yesterday or to
day. Troubles hac been piling thick and
fast on Morso ever slnco last Octob
er. Ho was involved in tno unsuc
cessful corner In tho United Cop
per stock engineered by F. Augustus
Herhze, which marked tho beginning
of tho panic. When tho coiner wont
to pieces and United Copper stock
came crashing down, It was reported
thai Mr. Morse had bold out tho
other niombcrs of tho pool, and had
caused tho slump. As tho stocks and
tho bonds of the consolidated (.team
ship company the latest ;and great
est .Morse undertaking also declined
with sensational rapidity when tho
conior failed, It Is a question Jiibt
what part tho Morse transaction'
'l""'1-,, " "' " iiiu lunula ill
rtitn Ilnln.n P. 1 .,.,.. .. 1 . n
'P'nyc" ' tho affair. The failures ot
mmmj wuiimu, wm 01 u
& Kleohera wero soon announced.
f TllPfl flllnwnfl In rnn!d cnitfinrqlnn
tho rcsignatlpns ot Morso from all
'ti,n lmnMnn- i.,.n.,ina m, ...i,i,.i.
o w .n;rth.;w o,
.Knlpknplmpknr 'IVnof inn i,n
and tho spioad of tho panic ovor tho
United States and tho civllbed world.
On October 29, at the beginning of
tho panic, Mr. Morso mortgaged his
homo on Fifth nvenuo to John E.
llerwlnd for $350,000. Tho property
carried a prior mortgage, of $1.10,
000. Following tho institution of an ac
tion in tho supicmo court against
Charles W. Morse, tho banker, by
CharJo s A, Hanna, tho United States
name examiner, to recover $243,321. 2U
tho balance duo on certain nromls-
sory notes given by Mr. Mors.e to tho
National Bank of North 'America. In
ojuvinuui uiiu ucioiicr jast, and tho
announcement that agreement by de
fault for $165,753.00 was entered In
tno county clerk's offlpo(agalnst Morse
mvor ot itouort A. 0. Smith.
Mn Hanna,, fwho Is reccivor for
i wirHwairisanicor North America
:.,i ii, ., 1 . .
rl y' iwiiwuiK siatonientr f
f'THd rocfelvorJlwas Informed late
esday eyonlng, that Mr. Charles
, Morso had probably cona to
iBuropo or departed olsewhero from
N,ew York .earlier In tho day Jo 'be
gono for an lndoflnjto period', This
Information belnR conflrme'd by
those Jn charge of tho , Morso resi
dence, tho receiver took measures
to attach such ot Mr. Morse's assets
in New York as ho was ab'lo'fo lo
cate. A writ of attachment was ob
tained and served upon ta number of
banks and bankers ,!j) 40 flowntownj
ujBurjct una a mis pendens was fiieu
Pt? fr- Morse's FJfth Avenue res-
GETS INTO TROUBLE
Is Accused of Disturbing1 a
He Pleads "Not Guilty" and
Trial will be Held Friday
On a charge of .having disturbed
and broken up a rcltglourf meeting
at Uio Wesloy M. K. 'church on
Tuesday evening, February 4th,
William Massie, well known In po
lico circles, was arrested by Offic
er Cuslc, Wednesday ovening. The
charges ngnln'st,tho supposed; mis.
creant wore brought by Ira lno
Janitor and mnrshall of Wesley
church. Pino clainiB that in Athe
course of tho rpvival meeting' Tue's
day nlght Massie persisted Jn
talking aloud tand later created
such a disturbance in the vestibule
of the building as to necessitate the
dismissal of tho contrreirn'tion.
i' Massle was. arraigned beforo
Mayor Scherfr at 8 o'clock ,thla
morning. Ho pleaded "Jiofc guilty"
and tho mayor fixed Uio flmo of his
tiial for 7 o'clock Friday evening.
Polo Tonight, ladles ''35c.
Try ADMIRAL COFFEE
help rebuild Sa Francisco by lend
Ing lt3 lncroasli)V surplus.
i m m m w ui bu UBial 1 bjU,
lib A11LU UUIIEKHJ
We havo fine lot of annL
butter In bulk at 10o lb. Put
up In 1-2'llon iars 350 hr.
Try our J. X. L. flour and
Fresh country butter.
J. A. Miller,
Telephone 349. 9
Do you want any
Coats, Skirts or Furs?
Last Call, the prica
is no object. We
must turn, them into
We are selling let f
Udd SHirts in Fancy and
Weol Pnamftthat seld
at S3.98. 94.50 (hi no
and $5 at &.&
Better come at oact,
aaoui xa in ine lot.
. We have Iy 9 Suite
leit mat sold from 910 te
7 n ml
i f ne trade at f 12.
$16.50 aid MQUl
t,ov ana a,99, wertl;
" iw iarnt tiaiet 'law
"""!! PK'U ' A A
' ' '
. 1 .1