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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR.
VOLUME XVI. NO. 285.
MARION, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1908.
PKIOE TWO OENTS.
TAFT QUITS TALK
IJLHW. M MJJHUUHI
GIRL'S BODY FOUND
IN AN ISOLATED POND
Evidence Shows That Hazel Drew, Who Has Been Miss
ing Since July 4, was Outraged and Murdered De
tectives are Looking for the Occupants of an Auto
mobileBody Thrown in Pond to Hide Crime
'TJroy, IN. Y July 13 The body of
Qlazct Drew, aged 19, of Troy, who
has been missing tnco July 4, has
boon found floating In Teal pond, a
lonely pool ton miles from hero.
Following tho Identification of the
body, Uio skull of whlcln was crush
ed In by a 'heavy blow physicians
tleclaro tho girl "had been outraged
Tho pollco aro seeking a man
who Is Mild to have been seen with
tho girl on July 4.
PRIEST MURDERER MUST
GO TO THE GALLOWS
Guiseppe Alia, the Slayer of Father Leo Heinrichs will be
Hanged at Carson City, Colorado, Sometime This
1 Week Governor and Acting Governor Have Re
fused to Grant Even a Reprieve.
Denver, Col., July 13 lilusoppo
lAUa; the orlest murderer, will be
hanged In tho state penitentiary at
Oarson. City, somo tlmo this week,
but itho day and hour Aro known
oiilr. to prison 'officials and iwrhaps
has not been deilnltcly decided upon
b Uiem. Tho otiUom in Colorado
MbflBfpilowcd, by tho courta Is to
dcalguato' tho wcok convicted mur.
dorera sentenced to death shall ex
piate their crime, leaving to prison
qfllclals, who actually carry out thq
Bontcnce, to select tho moment when
' tho sontenco shall bo carried Into
effect. Tho law requires that certain
witnesses bo present, and In previous
cabos It hat happoned that a cer
tain numbor of newspaper men hnvo
been In thlB capacity.
That 'tho death sontenco under
-which Alia, uow rests will bo, curried
Jnto effect without interruption from'
tho pardoning power or tho state, la
practically certain. Governor Buehtct
luis stated In emphatic languago
that ho will not oven roprlovo him.
bocauso ho believes tho sentonco was
lawful and Just. In tho absence of
Governor Buchtol from the state.
executive duties fall to Lieutenant Olty, ho raved and stemmed and was
Governor Harper and In the event pot quletod for home time aftor the
of that contingency arUln; during ' priest had withdrawn. Alia refused
tho wcok, Alia will havo no bettor to converse with tho priest and his
ihanco of escaping the noobo, lor tho attitude at times Appeared throat
llputonant governor U knwn to bo enlng.
BRYAN WILL MAKE A
HARD FIGHT FOR OHIO
Although His Plans Have not Been Fully Matured and
' Nothing wlll be Said Until After the Committee Meet
ing) It is Known That a Hard Fight is Certain in
tho Middle and Extreme West.
. Lincoln, Nob,, 3uly 13 Not until
after ho has conferred with tho now
national committee next Tuesday will
Mr, Bryan let any of iila plana for
the campaign bo known, That ho
litis had thorn pretty well matured
for some tlmo however Ik known hy
tlllu failure to obtain Judgo (Jrny
or. a Now York mau as running
mate, has sbmowhut dorangod his
original program, which was to
mako tho fighting fast and hot In
UwJ Kat, and especially in Now York
stato, from tho opening to tho close
of tho campaign, Ai wcok ago ho told
Herman JUddor that while ho felt
cortxiltv ho cpuld win without Now
York, at tho somo time ho hoped
-nnd believed ho would carry Uiat
elate. Now IMr Bryan Is letting it
Chris Carpc, proprietor of a
hotel near Teal pond, says Uiat on
tho night of July 4 un automobllo
with no lights passed his place nt
high speed going toward tho lonely
pond. In It woro four persons, two
women and two men, but when It
returned an hour later only ono
woman was In tho car. Detcctlvo
Kayc Inclines to tho belief that by
this party Hazel Drow was slain.
Ho believes tliat she was hilled
elscwhcro and tho body was brought
to tho pond to hide tho crlmo.
of tho earno mlud In thlo particular
as Governor Buohtel,
Hcallzlng that tho uncoiling naturo
of his crime tho killing of Father
xo Jlelnrlehs at tho altar of St.
Elizabeth's church l" this city, whllo
tho priest was administering llic
.sacrament at early- mass ono Sun
day morning made Impossible tho
stirring of human Hympathy In his
lo!jnlf, Alia awaits only tho coming
of tho moment when ho thall bo
summoned to his death. The greater
portion of tho 'time he lies upon his
cot, JiJs face iburlcd Ju tho covers
occasionally munibllng a word or
When approached by anyone ho
files Into a tago, even resenting tho
presence of city olllclals. For a week
ho has refused to cat. On Friday
lat)t tho prison phynlclan administer
ed milk by iucjuh of a pump. This
had the effect of changing tho pris
oner and Mil co then ho has cnten
Alia retains his fierce hatred of
tho priesthood at)d everything con.
nceted with the church. When vis
ited In his cell recently by a
Catholic priest, stationed in Canyon
bo known that ho had been mado
to feel conililout of currying Califor
nia and Washington and probably
Oregon) too, on tho ''Oriental ox.
oluslon plank" In tho Denver plat
form, strengthened oa ho thinks by
Uio navy plank,
In vlow of his most iccont utter
ances It Is thought that Mr. Bryan
will -rely for success In November
mainly upon tho chance of rovcrslug
tho Itooaovelt majority of 1001 In
tho stateu of the contral and far
West aud will largoly leavo tho dem
ocracy or Now York and other East
ern states to tako oaro of Itsolf. Ho
will boldly Invndo Ohio, Judgo Taft'B
homo state, and probably will mako
only a perfunctory campa'fsn, If any,
of tho heretofore debatable states
Continued on Tago Four
$cpAi-s - lr qT y I
JUDGE DOYLE WILL HEAR
THE LANING TRIALS
iNorwalk, O., July M.-rOudgc
Doylo, of Akron, twjis today apjKjIut
od to hear tho crlmluil cascn against
Congressman leaning In connection
with tho failure of tho Ohio Tnut
company. Tho cases will come up
hero Monday, July 20. It Is expected
tho first move will bo an attempt to
kuock out tho Indictments.
WuyTing Fang Tells a Bos-
ton Man How He May
Live 200 Years.
Boston, July 13 iWu Ting Fang.
Chlneso OHnlsUr to this country,
recently mndo tho statement that
ho had discovered tho secrot of
longevity, mentioning a insrlod
200 years to which ho might
(through a system of diet.
(Ho volunteered to give ills sys
tem to any ono who wished to
iknow It and a Boston man who font
him an Inquiry has received from
tho Chlnoo legation ut Washington
tho following plan or dally proced
ure: ''In answer to your letter ro.
questing my plan of diet I havo to
bay as follows:
1 "1. I havo given up my break
fast, taking two meals a day, lunch
"2. I abstain from all flesh
food; my diet Ik tIo, or, when i
go out to dinner wholo wheat bread,
'frcph vegetables, nuts and fruit.
"J. I avoid all coffee, cocoa, lea,
liquors, condiments and all rich
'J. I havo given up all fait nlso,
because It Is found that halt makes
no'& bones stiff.
fB, I mastlcato every mouthful
qf food thoroughly before It la
"(1. .1 don't drink at meals, but
hotweon meals or ono hour aftor
'7. I practice deep brcathliij.
'8. 1 lake moderate oxorciso,
WU TINO FAiNO.''
TAFT STRONGLY in
FAVOR OF YOUNGSTOWN
YoungBtown, July 13. Tho Cham,
her of Commorco has received this
nipssago f i oin presidential cundldato
''I am strongly In ifavor of opening
tho national campaign In Youngs
Thaw Will Have to Lay in
' Until September
White 1'lalnfi, N. Y,. duly 13
Without declaring whether or not
Harry K. Thaw enaii aavo u Jury
trial on his sanity, Justlco JdMu
today adjourned tho hearing on his
application for that privilege until
tho third Monday , In September
nnd meanwhile sent Thaw back to
the Poiighkcepsio Jail. Jtiutlco Mills
at first favored tho Jury plan of
sending Thaw back to Mattcawan
but finally decided on placing him
In custody oi Sheriff Chanl'cr, or
Grand Lodge Sessions and
Reunion will be Held
There Thi3 Week.
Wallas, Texas, July 13. fl"en thous
and Elks of America aro now In Dal
las In readiness for tho convention
that opens today. It 1 oxpected 25,
000 will bo bore by" tomorrow night.
All of tho grand lodgo officers aro In
'Dallas Is oblao with Incauileseout
lights and lavish dccoraliomj.
Tho program wll open Monday
With a monster dinner of 1500 plates
served to tho grand lodgo iuombor3
Tho convention coromonles propor
will open tonight. Tho program In
cludes addresses by John K. Tenor,
grand . ox'alted ruler of the Elks;
Governor Campbell or TeiuiK and
Senator Cbarlo A, Culborson, Texas.
John II. Klrby, of Houston, presi
dent of tho Texas atsoclat!on ot
Elks, will also speak.
iFiom appearances thoro will be no
contests for the uioo Important
grand lodgo offlcos, only a fow minor
contests being slatod. Tho contest
for tlm lflOH convention will ho lively.
jlH Angeles and Detroit being tho
tltloi In tho race.- Jxis Angeles has
a delegation of 100 strong, while tho
Michigan delegation'- mumhern about
50. Both dolcgatlono nro-very active
Kcssler In 8t. Loul, Republic
nnd tho rivalry Is kceu Tho odds
jcem to bo in favor or Ijus Angeles.
Dailns, Texaa, duly l'.I With near
ly every delegate In. hfi seat, tho
annual convoutlon of tho 11. P. U.
Klks opened hero today and will
continue mntll Thursday or Friday.
John K. Tenor, of Charlorol, la..
grand exalted rulor delivered tho
American War Vessels will
be Sent to Central Ameri
Oyster Bay, July IS American
warships to keep Oastro and tho
waning republics of Central Auier.
lea In proper awe of Undo Ham Is
the probnblo result of a conloreuco
at Saglmoie 11111 today. President
Kooscvolt, Secretary Koot and his
assistant, Francis Bacon, discuss
ed tho situation In Venezuela and
iHonduras at great length and It was
decided that measures should bo at
onco taken to protect American In
terests In tho neighborhoods of the
threatened trouble. '
Automobile Plunges into Salt
River Injuring Fivo
Louisville, Ky., July 13 An auto
mobllo containing live of tho inobt
prominent yountj bocloty peoplo or
Ixmlsvlllc, plunged through a brok
en brhlgo over Salt lltver early this
morning. Every member of tho
party was Injuied seriously, al
though it is believed they will re
coer. Some of the men wero caught
under the car. There was no help
ot hand aud tho members of tho
party drugged thomsolvcs to tho
bank where they lay until morning.
Tho Injured: lllchard iMencfeo
Howies, Shelby llonnle, Carl "vVlBk
iiiHii, Miss Elizabeth Khorley, Jaw
bono broken aud Internally Injured;
Mi's. Bonnie, Sam Hall, chauffeur,
Miss Slierley lt m famoim Kentucky
Decides to Keep Hands off in the Ohio Senatorial Fights
Takes Out the Telephone to Oyster Bay, Cuts off All
Visitors and Starts to Work on His Speech of Acceptance.
Hot Springs, Vn., July 13 With
all political visitors barred, William
Howard Taft settled today to tho
work of preparing his Bpeech In
acceptance of tho Republican urosl-
That Taft Is taking measures to
divorce his candidacy from too
clobo an association with. President
Twenty-five Hundred Athletes Enter the Contest The
American Team Looks Like the Winner Three Kings V
and Many Titled Foreigners Present at the Open
ing of the New Stadium.
London, July 13. In the nrosenco
of thre kings and many lesser rulers
and .before a crowd of nairly 100,000
peoplo, tho Olympic games wero be
gun In tho Stadium this aftoruoou In
a drenchlu g rain.
Twenty-flvo hundred athletes, rep
resenting thirty nations, passed in
review before King Edward. Tho
American team of ninety athletes,
which Is looked upon as tho proeablo
winner, headed tho parade. It drew
round after round of applause King
George, of Greece, aud King Haakon,
of Norway, were present. Queen Al
exandra, tho Duke and Ducheos of
Sparti3, tho crown t'rlnco and Prln.
sees of Sweden, the Duke and Duch
ess of Counaught, the Duko or Argyl
and scores of other titled bearers
King Edward, In his Inauguration
address, praised tho athletes and tho
goueros'ty of tbelr le-tpeetlvo coun
tries In sending such largo toiina
and expressed tho hope tliat the meet
would bo conducted with absoluto
fairness and that tho best team would
iFollowIng tho King's poech, tho
This is the Commandment Kept by English Society but
Ignored in America Noted English Lady is Shocked
by the Divorce Conditions Prevailing in This
(Now York, July 13. "In Eng
land tho clovonth commandment,
''Thou shult not bt v-titid out Is tho
ono that Is most observed by society;
In America they do not teem to ob
eervo oven that ono , If ono 1b to
Judgo from the way In which, di
vorced peoplo are received with opon
anna In your most oxcluslvo social
drclea. Only thobe who aro persona
uon grata here,, 1 tako It, are thoso
who aro divorced from their money."
It was Mrs. John C. Goold, of
lEngVind, "wjfo of 'tho anMlonalro
traveler and cotton buyer, who was
speaking. Tho pretty Ilttlo English
woman aud her husband are nt the
St. Regis, to remain until tho LumI
tanla sails for England on "Woduoa.
day. Thoy havo Just completed
10,000 mllo trip arouud tho world,
Including a vUlt to Australia and
lit wae In comparing tho roclal dif
ferences between Amorlc'an and Eng
lish peoplo tliat Mrs. Goold mado her
'iDlvorco In England," alio contin
ued, "puts the woCrat ban upou Uio
parte to It, while I Judgo from cas
ual observation on my two trips to
America, and from the flippant tone
of many ot your ivaporH regarding
dlvoroo that It makes little or no
dlfforonco whother a woman or mau
lloosevelt was Indicated today by
tho removal of the telephone tb;
Since Burton's departure Taf,t
has been Included to discourage alt
discussion of .tho Ohio senatorial
fight. Ho will keep his hands oft
and will leave the squabble to bo
settled entlroly by tho stato legis
athletes circled tho stadium to- Ui
mublc ot a British anthem and
cheered the king nearly the entire
routo. As they passed beforo th
Royal box tho various-groups of ath.
letes dipped their national flags, and
the king bowed his recognition.
Tho games will last two weeks. v
YANKEES IN TItB GAME.
London, Jul13 J. P. Sullivan of
tho Irish Aimcrlcan Athletw'club of
Now York, was first and J. D.
Llghtbody, of tho Chicago AthleUa
association second In tho first heat
of tho 1500 metre run. Sullivan's
time was four minutes, 7 3-5 sec
onds. Meadows, of Canada, was third.
In tho second heat Melville SUop
hard, of tho Irlim American club
team of New York was first. J. 1.
Halstcad of tho New York Athlotlo
Club, second, and Buttorfleld ot
England, third. Time 4:03.
In tho llrst heat of tho 400 niotro
swim Batter,by, ot England, vra
llrst, Lastores ot Hungary, second,
and Goodwin of tho Now York Ath
lotlc Club third Tlmo 5.48.
Is divorced or not. i
''Brought up with an old-fahione4
English notion ot tilings, I canuot
but bo sliockod by the prevalence ot
divorce horo. I douuti however, tho
strlctnosy regarding divorce la Ew.T
laud makes for bettor moral condi
tions. At homo the irin In Immoral
ity Is In being found out, but horo l'c
doesn't matter whother you aro
'found out or not. You can retain
your formor social position either
''It Is perhaps better to Uyo to
gether, aa we do; that is, to keeptha
family together and tho homo appar
ently Intact, even though tho hus
band and wlfo may have ceased 'to
caro about each othor.
"It Is better for the children to bo
brought up In a home whore tna
husband and -wife, tho father and
mother, at least make &u appearance
of being fond of each other than that
they bring lasting puhllc dlagwujei up
on their young chlldron."
'Do you hello vo Amorlcan women
do well to marry your titled inent"
Mt lo absurd to (hluk that thpso
m;i,rrlntn!i nrn for Invn. Tliftv nr foi
rpounda, shillings and pence on the
Englishman's part and ior tno nodal
position and tltlo on tho, part or tht
Continued on rago Four
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