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Marion Daily Mirror.
VOLUME XV. NO. 185.
MAIHON. OHIO. MOXDAY BVENINa, A1.AHCIL 11, 1007.
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Attorney Longfellow is
the Attorney for
Not Allow Him to Answer the
J ,. Important Questions.
Jerome is Said 1o Have Received a Letter From a Sec
retary of the London Embassy Which is Said to Con
tradict Some of the Statements Made by Evelyn on the
Stand First bay of the
New York, March It. No matter
which way Jerome turned, he found
Helena's there hofoin him, and JiU
pathway blocked, today, against ho
lebuttal evidence on which the state
depends for the conviction of Thaw.
Icronio tried to prove by Attor.
ney Longfellow that Thaw had
knowledge, two .years previously, of
tho facts related to him in Paris, dy
Kvelyn, and which are alleged to
linvc cniiscd his "brain storm." Del.
mas Intorposcd ,'Che privilege of Thaw
as a client j of Longfellow, and the
witness coiiluV not bo forced to
answer. jjp b
.foiomo rrjod toVthow that tho
Httmmell nrlklayjtlu which Evelyn
U alleged to have told of Thaw's
reported eruelty to her, had fallen
Into the hands of the defense. There
he failed again. Ho tried to get In
' a telophonlc conversation between
luiRfcllow and Kvelyn, but could
.not. - Dolmas blocked tho way to
the examination of the witness cu
letter written to him by Thaw, and
Jrronip '.dismissed hongfc.llow with
out having made n point."
Tho district attorney In his tcr
marks,. showed Jlint-LnnlnJiopo It)
to" prove that Thnw.'was sane when
ho jdUcdZAl'liUi&yT' ,
May "Macldnato may bo called to
tho staiin) todry,
Po)lc6man Wrjght and Sergeant
STEPHENSON WILL BE
Every Indication Points to His Appointment in Case Sen
ator LaFollette Does not Come Out Flat Footed
Against the Marietta Man.
iJIIlwaukeo, March 11. Isaac
Stephenson, of Marinette, will bo
tho next-United States senator from
Wisconsin to fill out the unexpired
term of Senator Spooner, If Senator
LaVtolletto rIvcs any Intimation
that Mr. Stophenson's election will
I).! acceptable to him. Unless such
Inllmatlou comes, however, thoio
will )0 u fcce.for.nl I fight, with tho
pcomltio , of one of tho hottest com-
dints ever seen In tho stato.
From Wlishlugton, thorp epmeu
no word as "to what Senator LaFol.
'letto- IntehdH-.to tlo, even lr ho knowd
himself, Ho Is .still confined to his
bed with the grip and Is not seeing
any visitors. There Is n strong bo.
Hot, both horn and In Washington,
that I.aFollotto -will not show his
hand at all unless convinced hh
candidate will win, nlthongh Mr.
Ktcphonson's friends aio Insisting
that tho fnrmur governor will un
doubtedly como flatly for their man.
Mr. Stophoiisou's ndhotonts furth.
te say that It Senator La Folletto
docs not declaro himself for the
Marinette aspirant, Iiq will bo guilty
oj iugrntlludo If being Insisted that
Stephenson Iiiih done much for tho
political fortunes of tho senator.
Mr. Stephonson's numecoiis , ini.
pnlgu contclbutlona nud hl.i socvlces
to. tho Uopubllcan party for many
ycacs ace alt') cccallcd by I1I3 fclends
iib furthor reasons why he should
iiawvrecolvc- rpeognltlon. It Is ar
guod that ho Is tho logical buc
ecfesor of Soniitor Spoonor.
Mr. StophoiiBoVs frlonds are thus
optlmltlstc to 11 dcgico that ho
ll ohtrtln thp support of Ua. Fol.
Iqlto, but,' their faith Is being
stialncd by the plloiico majntalnod
at Washlupto'n, SomtS of those who
, uro closest to LiFolletto statu that
ho' .will novoc speak tho word for
which tho Stephenson forces aio bo
anxiously wuKJuk. Thcso posslmlata
GAME AT IVERY MOVE
Placed on the Stand but
the Defence Would
Rtbuttal Proves a Defeat for
McCarty, who saw Thaw on, tho
light of tlu killing testified that
I he lime,
they considered Thaw rational at
New York, March 11 . Ditviot
Atloriie-y Jerome received by mail
Sunday u long letter from Oriiijr
Wadswoith, thud secretary "L' the
American legation at London.
WiuNwoilli wrote to give hi.s Alo
of ceitnin epiodes oC 11)04 iu
F.njjlnnd in wliicli Harry K. Thaw
Kvelyn Ne-iliit. KvelyiL Nosltit's
mother. .Stanford White and I'ralf
Woilsworth were all inoie or le
In llie letter Wadsworl li emphat
ically contradicts tli accnuuls' of
circiiTNtance which Kvelyn Xcshit
Tllaw told upon the stand ns (a
wittier for licr iiiiraiul.,. JIc tie-'
nietlinl he over, anndved ills'
lloluiiiii, or insulted tli-' daushler.
and he put' a const ruction upon
Il.irry 'lihaw 's famous' cnlileiniii,
eut from fails In White aim
f'lrncd with I lie girl's inline, which
doiN net miice"" with ihs, Harry
Thaw's interpjefatioii on Oil'
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..ii"' .VL'l'iil vliat2..V)i'd?Ji
ihijj nniii", .in. .jcromu sent
pi;occsts- servei-s (o find and linnp;
to Ills 'offico jJoveral men and
women in Xew 'ollc wlioso names
both outside the lanks of Mr. Staph
eiihon's friends mid outsldo tho legls.
laturo, that lie Is entitled to this
return , as a reward for his steady
fighting for six yeais past In favor
of tho rofrtrms demanded by Ii
rollette. This feeling may have
weight with tho legislature, although
it is tmK)sslblo as yfct to g-uage tho
full forte of Its Influence.
Tho open nnd avowed candidates
uro Mr,) Stephenson nud Ai. ill.
Mutton, or Waupaca, with .Congress
man Rsch a probablo thlid. Mr.
Stephenson Is a cnudldato only for
tho unexplrod term, and this fact
will hell) him greatly If a fight
comes. Tho otbor candidates, both
aowod and iiniivoweil and of tho
latter class thoro are many will
seek re-election two years henco.
Old politicians' therefore, Incline to
a boner in tlio chances of Stenheu.
son, on tho theory that other can
dulaies will piofer to see lilm elect
ed than oiio of themselves, If nono
Iccls assured that- ho can wrest the
laurel from the Marinette man. The
other candidates then will bo In a
position lo lay tholr plans and mar.
ahnl their forces for the content of
As It stands now. all tho candi
dates hae been taken by complete
surprise. Thero wero eovoral aspirants-
who had liegun to prepare their
campaign for two years lience, but
tho present crisis has scattered all
schemes to tho winds, W. I.
Ifnwar, for IiiBtau'cp, had planned to
become a candidate In 1000, but he
Is not even In tho field for tho 1111.
expired torni, Ooyornor Davldhou
wns expected tq develop Into n for
mldablp candidate In" the next two
1,-cars, but ho Is handicapped by
ptehont dovcqpmeii.ts. Mr, Hutton
vaa. flsspnihlliiK hlfs logloiiB for a
march to tho sonatqrshlp in lOOl).
and savoral othnrs wore looking lo
iit s ss's? rsss, '
liavo not lieroleroip figured in llie
(livil(ftmviils f tlu rival tragedy.
Dolphin M. lloltun-. sen or coun
sel for Harry K'. Thaw, comniun
icatedi 'willi Ins client yesterday
tlinuurli ,'li? confidential tcno
'.'j'aphor. v wlfo wa ndmittod , lo
Ihu Tombs t early in the day. The
yoiinu; woijinii ni.l that .she had
come I'i'otu Mr. Helnms vho was
.iond"lir the 'day nl Atlantic City
ami after lipinjr ideiilil'ied liy War
den I'lynu was cx-oitcd lo tllio
second Uei', where slio talked with
Tliav tuifide' tho fiatc for ollle
little t'li:V. .
rpou receiving, the message llie
ii'loiu)i' vpelit snipe tinu) in -writing,
after which he .suniiuoncd 11
clerk, to whom ho rave .f" to
Icfr'ay the expense of sobio nn
This dispfr-ed of. Thawv turned
'ii attention lo a letter fi'pin ihis
ludher. -which lutd - been1 hroup;lit
11 the Tombs by .losiih' Thau''.s
For 15 niinuUs Thaw was en
raired in niisweriiifr his mnlhcrV
ctte'r and f-ome tune later devoted
icarlv an hour in replying lo n
'otter which in the ' meantime had'
anived from his wife.
Suudav afleni mmi Mr. O'lloilly
of Thaw's counsel called. I pon
leaving, the ntturney i'A that lie
had found the iKumr in "prll
tiKid sjdiits," tint Tli.iw attended
ihit chapel service, lie had nothiiijr
lo s.iy to newspaper men. beyond
llie nios-ujre that he had been
win lied by counsel that he should
have: unl'mur further to mv and
that his attorneys Ayiiuhlhayo In
!ri the talking. ;JK
Distriet Atlonii'y Jeroino renuiin
cd a liis'honio nud ,w,n.s 'apaitn
iir cyufijrence. with tint iiKoilisU
'w Ihlr.stute, ' 1
, It is said thai a hyppliclii'nl
iiic-l'oit was 1'i.imed., Asststnut
v 'fcici ." 'fts-i'-VwilnrWifWaviU'-fll-t'
uii.. cimniniU' teoun;swii)iii((iiii(js-,nHii
injr 1 lie liiiuriiiiivii ana asteu 111
'htf )ork of. tlie .slPiioni)hei's who
mid( copies of iio-iioiw which
atcr were snluir.ltcd to .Mr. Jo-
SvtlipentiP servers were kepi busy
lll'oiishnul I he day and Hindu 1'ie-
liieiil trips to the criniinnl courts
'milium.' and lo Mr., .Ipiomo'.s
AVIieti asked as lo llie prepara
tion heiiifr made hy -.leromo i'or
Continued on Pago Three
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ARCHIE ROOSEVELT s , '
IS OUT OF 'DANGER
Washington. MunH 11 . Arrliio
lN-tvoIt. wild has fiot'ii sufferiitj?
from' diplifhi!ra ton day, is ' ic
ported out ol' ihmjsi'r (ufltiy. Ho
passed a jiootl,. lujrht jijiiI th'e phy-;
veiniw announced tha'U' there vi!
In1 tin more official'" liulleiins. - '
STRIKE AT TOETlJOPE
Tolcdf. Ohio, fiirdi; 1 1. -Tho
I'sliike of the loe Mov.ir nir of
l.'iOO omplovps ),is
City Which Dowie Founded
will Give the Fqfrmer Lead
er a Great Funeral.
Chicago. .jJInrclrmij.-Zion City
wjll ive ll'owje a irront publ c rim-
er.it- lucMinyiilteinoiiti, llie
will lie -in .slate tuce days
Shih h House. All J'.ictioiial
fcu'iices huv.o hccii dropped
old ndhcrciiK will mi te wit I
fiiithful in a tribute to the
Frederick, Weyerhaeuser is
Believed to Have Been
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hunt tor rrvdi'Wi'k cycrhamiser,
the niiiti iiiillioiufirc who i said to
lie richer than jlockefellcr, who
Inn lnystenomly lUuppeaied and
' believed lo bo'a xictini of
Weyeihaeiiscr's'"lioiiie is 111 Mm
iiPlipolis. lie left 1 several weeks
;';rt to investigate Uniber hohliiiss,
lu 'Ki urn, l''iiday, 'lie went to
Santa llaihara iiiul'Tu reported to
have taken .1 trip 4for tin- cily.
but never armed here.
AS VIEWED IN FRANCE.
,,Bo. ?o uqod - my
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0. S. MINISTER HAS FIGHT
WITH PRESIDENT MAYA
BLIND, DEAF, DUMB,
IMBECILE BOY BARRED
Columbus. O.. March 11. -The
circuit court has lefiised to com
pel .Superintendent liucuck of the
feeble minded insl tullini. to re
ceive Wilhnr ItcvmihK ii blind,
deal, diiiiib mid imbecile bo. from
Wife of Ex-State Fire Mar
shal Files a Sensational
Cliardoii. O.. March 11. Mrs.
lane llollciibcck. wife of ex-slulc'
liie mill shall S. I). llollciibcck,
tda biomrht Miit for alimony.
She names another (Mini don wo
man as co-respoudenl and mivs
In i' husband and this woman are
.o in Orniuro ) ny. Moridn.
llollenlieck is a promriieut piib
licau and former llanna leader.
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ber Injured on the
Mel uchen. N. .1.. March II.
Tlnee men were killed, several 111-
jiiicd. two falally, by the ev-
il( sion of the boiler of a I'ouu-
slvnnia locomotive today. .Many
cars were destioyed. Tlu wrei'lt
ye,iow uw L m
Uo (Parlt) J
Cablegrams and Papers Sent to Minister Merry
Were Seized and a Quarrel and Fist
Fight Resulted When' He Protested
to the President.
Solrliers Tried to Seize Other Papers but the Plucky Min
ister Stood Them Off With a Revolver, Threatening to
Shoot the First Man W ho Touched Him The Minister
Leaves on the First 'Vessel and Hoists the' Stars and
Stripes Over the Vessel.
.San .Jose, Co-tu nica. March II.
-William I.. Merry. Tinted Statu,
n mister to Nicaragua and Cosiu
l Wi. i- expected here, hiivinj; been
diiveir out of Man-rua. Xicar.ijrua.
following a fist filit with ioi
Meiry's cableyiani ami papers
were seized h ilu. Nic.irauaii an-
thorn in. Hud insult.
11 the I micd Stati
. When the
papers weio seized, .Minist,..- Mer-
STEAMER LA SAVOIE
HAS ROUGH VOYAGE
Lives of One Thousand Passengers Endangered by the
Gales Encountered Great Wave Breaks Over the
Vessel and Does Much Damage.
wmiirtW3W.F & ofe; j
com Havre. 4 Maicli 2. catT.r.i'i
imie man timiu paseiicrs, arnv
d here Sunday after perhaps the
in.l .severe e.perience lie trasu
Allantic liners that have recently
lejioi letl roitiili weather. Thi's"
icanier tan into a series of jjales
rthicli iiicit'iispil in violence unt'l
I'hiirsday. when a monster wave
'pent the main deck and forced
I'aptnin Tournier to lir'nu; his
ii'cmblii'jr craft to. . She drifted
1 yhl hulls betoio the oyane
could he safely resumed.
T.is wap, which ineasiiied. officer-
say, about ."ill lcet 111 hoijrht,
iroke ner the .sltio to forward
ide. In a moment ton- of
rt-aler fouled the ves-el, shattered 1 1
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Officers and Clerks Attempt to Operate 'Cars All but
Three Lines Abandoned Because of Threats to
l.niiNville, Ky., March U. Yio
ence broke out this niorninir ;u tho
Mi-eel cur Mi ike. Clerks and
ci.in,nii, officials tried lo operate
fins, and the ciowds of. sympathy
us attacked the cars, p'ulleil oft
the trolley and .stoned the employes
The coiupan.N diaries that tin
police aie 111 sympathy with the
Milkers and., Uneaten to put arm
ed iruards on the cars. An imper
fect sen ice is beiny inauitiuied.
Hold a Conference but
Nature of it Cannot
Clovelaml. Mai ell 11,-William
.Irunlugs Bryan held a mysterious
crnforcni'o with MAyor 'IXuii L.
.lobuson at tho Aoino of tho lattor.
in Uucllil avenue la3t nlKht,
Mv. lirynti arrived early In the
Gveillntr. nud was uclinilnlml In Innvn
iy went to elayn and a qunrret
endinjr 111 a Jifrht followed. Zc
layiis 1111 rtls interfcicd to .avo
When Merry tried lo leave.
Mana-.'ini. il i- reported that .sol
diers tried lo seize other papers.
Hi-awni:; a levolver. he tlueatened
li shunt the first man who Inid
1 hand "11 linn. lie hoisted tin
1 Aiiuiicaii ll.nr on the first .stenm-
it le.n mir.
tiiAh ' pncnoit
nit.. 1 ill, ,.,u-iii'4-' onUii
Ic Hie mu!v-
(ire.it 0l111ucs of w'alei" rushed
in, -wept alonir ' the corridor and
I hen poured down tho jrrand stair
way into, the main dininjr salon.
The (lieiii v iron stairway leadins:
from the niaiii deck down to lir
protiMMiiido ilcck was washed away
w ill the flood.
Occupants of the Miiokins; room
were tlmiwu fjoni their J'cet and
when, upon recoverin;; theiiLselvo
they p.pcned the tloor lo leant
what hail . happened, Ihu water
from iVie corildor vuslied in upon
them. It invaded the cabins and
.staterooms, uianv "of them bcinc
flooded to a depth of
A number of an est were maTlo by
llie police of men who interfered
with the cni's.
At noon all hut ifhreo linc
were abaudoued by the company
who claim tlucilts wero made to
use ilyiiam te.
This afleriioon (ho company sus
peniled all cars with the .statement
that the city :u in the bands of a.
mob ami it is not safe tp run,
without proper polico protection.
on mi early morning train for the
East. .Mayor Johnson refused to
ay what was the purpose of tho
mtetliiK and would not lot nnyono
Intel view Mr. Ilryan. He told the
newspaper men that If thoy came
mar the houap ho would put Mr.'
Hryan In an auto and hurry out of
It s Hupposcd that politics was tho
theme of discussion, but when
I'hketl If this was the case, tho mny
"I won't discuss tho dart. Mr,
Hryan and I havo business together
nnd that la all hero la to It."
GAS FROM A STPVE
P:pia. 0 .March 11. -II. it.
I'l'iOu'iipniuU of l.ehauou, ii uini
cinn wlio is visitinp; in I'jqun way
asphyxiated by gas from a Move,,
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