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The Marion Daily Mirror.
VOLUME XV. NO. 212.
MAHION. OHIO. ITITDAY EVEITCNGI-. APRIL J12, 1907.
PRICE TWO .OTOTS
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M ijjv w,
mm jury fi
Hope for a Verdict was Abandoned During
the Morning Hours-Jury Remained
in Session During Lunch.
Jerome Announces That Thaw Will Again be
Placed on Trial and That He Will Not be
Admitted to Bail A Mob Collects About the
Court House and Has to be Dispersed by the
Reserves Police Knock Down Several Men in
..Now York, April 12.-Tho Thaw
jury reported this afternoon that
it was tunable to agree. Tho jury
was then dbcharged. The verdict
came a? -3:30.
Jerome Says Thaw will be tried
Now Yoilc, April 12.-3 P. M.
There 13 J 10 ovideneo that tlio
Tliay.'.jnry is ut'nrjng any ujpee
mc'ntr. All nftcrnoon the jury
linHj deliberating, behind closed
dMg.'At one limo tho discussion
irt'ow so'vhcfited 1 hat tho Ho was
passed nnd"'Jmt(Uo Fitgorald sent
wonl to proceed in a anoio digni
Now York. April 12. At 10 o'clock
tills morning, tho persistent rumor
about tho court house was that tho
. Jury stood nine for conviction on tho
clmrfie of manslaughter In tho (list
degree, carrying a maximum penalty
of twenty youis Imprisonment, ami
three for accjulttal. It Is sa'd that
tho state's, attorneys have practically
given up hope for securing a ccuvic.
tlnn on charge of first deRroe murder.
After brenkfast this morning, tha
Juiy returned, to Its room to dellber.
Xov Yoik, April 11. -At 11:30
tho Thnw jury has .emu-Mod that
its lunch bo sent to the jury
Now Ymk. April 32-Jcromo
staled today that, should tho Thaw
jiliV disajrico, ho woulil nga'vu plnco
, Thaw on 'trial,. :u soon as possi
lilo. This declaration iciiioios llnr-
t ry's liofjos- Hint ho will bo admitted-'.
(0 bail in caso of a disagree
ment,:' Jerome's nttitudo would
probably ptovont tho mitt from
accepting ball, no matter how high
tlio figitio was placed.
Thaw this irami'tng gave out his
ilfiilv rs'nteuiciit . ITf lniincd that
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jiu imii timj iiiuiuu iiini.-'uii. anui
being infpnncd by detectives that
his life as, in danger and when
the protection of law wa denied
him, IIo t-tatcd that at tlio trial
ho wished li'N dofenso baaed sololy
on tho law of tlio stnto and is
confidciu that under that law, tlio
oyideiico has olcuil'd hinv.
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5: THFT FR R CLUB
Foraker Says the Secretary
- jf resent rigut ac uas u 'new nan ior
Ohio Expressing Her Preference.
Columbus, 0 Apiil 12. Former's
plan now Is to lr.io tho lopublkiin
t.tMitato central committee, Immediately
Gutter the fU oleptlon Issue a call for
'ainrimary'oloct!un for .lanuary. or
Piibnwry. , to select delegates nun
rinv .mn,uiur(Mi ...- ..
by attorneys and officiaK that the
oiily po-iildo re, til I is n mistrial.
Kory hour today ha- added to
'Ji belief and when court lccon
icned. tliii afteiiioon, theio was
little hope of a decision.
'rho jttroifc arc so an.ious to bo
relieved of the long strain, that
thoy icntaincd in executive session
while they ate their lunch.
With finch ounb about the coiut
lions that at- was neccssaiy' to call
for reserves to in event the wuiiou
of the .Thaw paity
trampled under "fdfit
tiublic inlciewt seems to increase
Tho crowds Aiero driven back under
henvv blows i'loni tho blucconb?
(lint will tell
.story they hope
Kvclvn Nesbit Thaw regained
hcv cquirfnitim with gicat difficul
ty, and when she left tho com I
house at noon,, it was nercssnry for
one of tho lawyers to .support her
011 each ido.
l!iaw still claiiiK that ho is not
tho least bit ncrou, but his up
pcarnnco and nervousness do not
hear out this assertion.
Tho most striking feature of the
morning weio tho cheers which
gieeted Evelyn, when sho appealed
at 110011. To 'protect Jior, tho po
l'leo weie forced (o knock down
many menthol's of tho mob.
New York, April 12. Thlrty.wno
hours of deliberation nnd no voidlct.
Such was tho condition of affairs at
11:40 o'clock last night when tho
Thnw Jury was ordered locked up
for a second night at tho criminal
courts building. Tho fact that thoy
had not boon able to rfgiee after do.
0tI11g so much tlnio to a study nnd
discussion of tho caso ban given rise
to tho belief that tho trial will end
in n disagreement and tin wholo af
fair will have to bo gono over again.
, (Although tho twelve men hod thus
far failed to leach, a common opinion
and to all appearances aro hopelessly
at sea, Justice Fitzgerald lias no!
given up hope of having' a verdict
itndetod. As yet, Demlng R. Smith,
foreman of the jury, has not com.-
plained to tho court that the Jntots
aio unablo to reach a decision and
until ho does so, It Is not likely that
Justice Fitzgerald will discharge them.
Tha gonoral Impicsslon pi avails that
It the 12 men are unablo to agree at
tho oxpliatlon Df tS hours, thoy will
b.' release J from further service.
Tho very fact, however, that no Intl
nlatloi) has been received from tho
Jbry room that the men aro unablp
to agree, has boen tonstmed by many
who have followed tho ptoceedltigs
is of Little Importance in the
vnntlqn will my wlio Is piilo's choice
for tho presidency and sonatorsltlp?
To poaonal friends, Foraker says
Taft Is of'littla lmporlanco Jp tho
flsht, 'Hobsovet 'Js only Using him
aa. a club to bent Foraker for the
wnato. t v
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closely as an inillcatlon that n verdict
will eventually ho reached.
The mother, wlfo nntl two sisters
and brothers of the defendant were
in the criminal courts building up to
tbo Inst mlnttto, when It was finally
announced that the jury bad been
locked up Over night, and tbeie
was no longer any prospect of n ver
dict, thoy returned to their hotel
ciestfallen. They had hoped and
looked for a decision nnd tlio nows
that thoy would have to pass another
night In doubt and nnxlety", was re.
eelved with keen disappointment.
Twice during tho day, twehe men
who took their places In tho Jury box
more than two months and a half
ago, filed Into tho courtroom and
asked tho assistance of the com t in nu
endeavor to bring about 1111 agree,
They appeared wan and haggard af
ter wrangling nil night In tho stuffy
Uttlo conference room at the cr(mT
lnnl courts building, with only hard
chairs and one long tublo provided
for, their comfort. Tho Jurors wanted
to hear again tho evldenco of numor.
,014s eye witnesses to the tragedy
iThey'wahte'd to' hear what DrT 'Allan
iMcLane Hamilton had been allowed to
,testify (o os to Thaw's condition tho
night of tho tragedy and what Kv-
olyn Nosblt Thaw had said as to her
husband's conduct that evenH
The jurors also wanted to near re
peated ngaln the conversation Thaw
had with James Clinch Smith just
boforo ho commltloil tho homlcldo;
they wanted to hear several portions
of Justice FItzgorald's charge onco
more, and finally they asked permls.
slon to tnko possession of nil the wilt.
ings of Thaw which had been In.
trodnccd Into tho tilal as Indicative
of the defendant's .slate of mind
when ho heard tho story of Evelyn
Ncsblt's alleged wrongs it the hands
of tho man -who was to become his
All of these requests 'weio gladly
gi anted by tho court, but when Fore
man Smith 0,11 behalf of tlio jury
afked that certain portions of tlio
sinning up address of Dolphin M.
Del mas bo lead, Justlco Fitzgerald
called a halt. Ho admonished tho
jurors thnt they wera to bo guided
only by tho evldeuto, and wero not
entitled to hoar again closing speeches
of tho lawyers.
Harry Thaw's family his white,
haired mother, his palo young wife,
his sisters andbrothebs remained nt
tho conrl.'ioiiso until Into in tho night.
They visited tho defendant on several
occasions In tho prisoner's pon on tho
lloor abovo the courtroom. Tholr
purpose was to cheer, but ho appeared
by far tho most cheerful of tho
group. Tho man s confident air seoms
nevor to leave hlni for any gieat
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ROUGH RIDER MONUMENT
UNVEILED THIS AFTERHOON
Washington, ( April 12, President
Roosevelt will' make an address late
this afternoon at tho unveiling of n.
monument at Aillngton cemetery in
memory of Rough Riders, who fell
In tho Spanish w.tt. Military forces,
patriotic foclctles and diplomat ic
corps arc represented.
HUSBAND BEAT HIS
WIFE WITH A POKER
Kenton, . O., April 12.-AVl!llam
Welsenbach narrow) escaped v'olonce
nt thediands of itie mob nfter his arrest
on a charge of attempting to kill
his wife with stoic pakcr. A child
of the couple gave tho alarm. Tho
woman was found unconscious.
BOARD SAYS HAUGH
MUST GO TO THE CHAIR
Columbus, O., Apul 12. -Tlio
Ohv board of, pardunt. today 10
l'uscd the plea of(I)i. Ilaug'h, tho
U.tyton curderer, to commute the
death sentence to life iinpiisoiuueut
llniigh will go to tho chair next
Fiiday,. unloso iientor Harris
inteifiMos,' which tins oction of
the hoard .renders improbable.
Columbus, 0., April 12. The pai
don board adjmirnodjfrwlthout taking
action liiKnncTmJrn&.j-'Oralii Ijankvr's
Columbus, 0., April 12. Former
Scciotnry of State -D. N. Ryan re.
fuses to leave his business to become
Fornker's political manager.
Starving Chinese Eat Corpses
and Sell Their Child
ren for Food.
Shang Hal, April 12. The famine
conditions grow In soverltj. Tho
Chiiieso government,, and peoplo ave
conti United over $4,000,000 for famine
icllcf and ten million persons aio
facing staiiatlon. ? Members of tho
committee at tlio front loport that
wholo families aro 'foil 11 d dead In
their houses, and corpses nro see .
lying by the road bldo. Probably ."i.OOO
persons ate dying dally from stana.
Hon. Cannibalism Isroportod. Nowly
made graics have jbeen rlflod of
bodies and parenUare selling their
children to be eaten." Tho situation
Is desrorato and Americans are
urged to give jn.OOOlOOO lu tho next
tin co weeks.
ortkri,"Huh, ho won't tot out 0' anybody'! and
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Now Orleans, April 12
J. Wclnhurge- received a
cable from President Sec
laya, of Nicaragua, stating
that President .Bonllla, of
Honduras had surrendered.
Cincinnati Receivers and
Shippers are Out Openly
Cincinnati. 0., Apiil 12. The
receivers and .Shipper.-) association
has entered tlio Ta ft -Fo raker po
I'tical fisrht, by going on iccord u
onifi-ed to Foroker and his lend-or--ihip
of, lailro.id inteiests in
WnMiinstnn. The nsocintinn's
vtaiul is taken in an open letter
to the piesidenU of evory largo
railroad system in tho country.
Pennsylvania Railroad is
Said to be Dominating
Ilnrrlsburg, Pa., April 12. The
Pennsylvania inllroad, the doinlnaut
factor in Pennsylvania politics, has
given tho word that Senator Penrose
must go anil Henry Clay Frlck take
his senatorial scat.
Evidence exists tint the Pennsyl.
vanla railroad has given tho word
that tho state must bo turned from
Roosevelt to Knox, for picsldcut.
Senator Knox and President McCrea,
of the Pennsylvania, aro close friends.
ASKS FOR A LEXOW
OF NEW YORK CITY
New Yoik, Apiil 12. A Micep
iiif,' invoMi',Mtioit of) all city' de
pailinciils by a legislative coiumit
tcc, clr.tlicd with jiotu'i-s .similar
to thoo of l.eov committees, is
a-.kcd of (lovuiuor llinihus liv
Major Meridian. This 'is a bold
challenge lo tho nuij'or'. ciicniy.,
iihohnvo been iiinkiugcoverl tliteats
of nldermaiiic imoslignlioii of 11
ONE OF MILWAUKEE'S
FAMOUS IS DEAD
Milwaukee, Minn., Apiil 12.
Fiedciick l'ahst tho niillionn h-a
hionei' and Mis. T.is n Uarnicicel,
tho wifo of 1111 athletic instructor,
weie wiiously hint Thursday niplit
when l'ahst'.", auto collided w'dlt a
.-ti-ect car. Thoj' r.ic nt Trinity
Uo-pital, but will ua-ovef. JIrs,
Hainickle was -tlio most j-oriously
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Donaheu In Clovcand Plar Dlr.
FINLAND WILL BE
BLOCKADED BY RUSSIA
Move will be Made to Prevent Importation of Arms to
Revolutionists Women are Shown to be Im
plicated in Grain Scandals.
St. Petersburg, April 12. The Rus
sian authorities aio arranging for a
stt let blockade of Finland, now that
the season of navigation Is approach.
Ing, In oider to prevent the Importn.
lion of nrins by Finnish or Russian
inolutionlsts. Russia lias Instituted
negotiations with Sweden and other
powers for permission to use Aland
Island, nt the cntranco of tho "Gulf
of Bothnia, an a military and naval
base. Under the tonus of a Joint
treaty Russia Is forbidden to jrarri.
sou the Islands of this group.
A fleet of torpedo boats nn 1 sninll
cruisers will be used to patrol the
naltlc, and some essols will be sent
to the White sea. The Increase of
Russian tioops in tho strategic cen
ters of tbo Duchy of Finland oIro Is
lt ,is expected that the l'lnitlali
diet will be dissolved If tho Socialists
attempt to pass radical legislation, and
should tho members refuse to ills,
perse the military occupation of the
Duchy will bo necessary. The Finns
claim that they nie confronted by a
conspiracy to re rake the rights grant,
cd them in 190"!.
Senator Klmpe yesterday took the
testimony of scleral notorious women
who were (onnccted with the grain
FORAKER REFUSED TO
MAKE A STATEMENT
Spends a Day in Columbus but was Strangely Silent on
the Presidental Question Cold Shoulder Givon to
the Senator by Some State Officials.
CoIuiubiW, 0., Apr-l 12 Every
iiffott failed to induco Senator
.losojdi II. Foiakor to make a
itulemcnt u his position ivith
lefeienco to tho pie.Mdonej' or .-cn-aloi.sliip
dm ins hu slay 111 (oliint
hu. Although lofiiiius to decline
that he will 'he a caiulidalo for tho
Ohio delegation to tho Itopiibliunn
naliounl convention nv.iiust Hecre
lary of War William 11. Tnft, lio
nl-o lccliucd to be scratched from
tlio list of enti'L'S.
His final stand leniains a.s hnj
11s over. While his fiiend.s pro
chiinied loudly (lint ho was a can
didate for ptcsidont, .tho feeling
inn mI roup: that if he remains in
the nice it 'h ho because ho has
tloiiidi'ied so dei'plj' in tlio politi
cal iinginiie thnt he fears less
danger in trying to undo through
llinit in hacking ut.
It was noised about that Attor
ney (leneral Wade 11. Hllis had
been selected for tho task of ix-
pl.iinng to Foiaker that Jiis leal
friends consider Ins present course
fooli-h, mid weie convinced Hint
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,- i'in, rntimu iu sill ill JMJI nils
in a dcclaiattou of .siimoit for
Tatt for piesidcnt, while lcseiving
lo liimilt the tnsl entiy 111 (he
Mr. Kll't, tiicd to slinko hands
with Senator Foraker in the govcr
iiurV ciffjce. At the time ho was
on his way for a lectin e to his
law class at Ohio St.ito university,
mil as Kmakor wo.s engaged ho did
not wait. Thero was plenty of
chance hut Mr. Kllis and his wifo
went .to the theater, and forgot
Foraker and his tumbles. Nobody
else appealed cfjii.il to tlio thnuk
less Insk, or - 'Jlintr to tackle, it.
To nil ne.spapcrs iiKiuiier.s Foin
Kcr gave evnio answers. The
uearcri. ho cam.o to saying nuylliin?
ty.i.s an indiiect ndmis-siou Jli'aL he
would gladly accept all invitations
lo speak -within the .slate, if (hoy
wero for date, tlia.1 ho could possj.
lily moot. He expects tho business
and educational and social organi
zations and associations of Ohio
to furnish the audience for his
Tlio addict which ho will mako
lo tliusu gatherings will bo .similar
to tlio Canton effoit, unless ho
I'tri-gota himself, in tho hent of somn
1 particular occasion, ho will mnko
no ilirccl attack 011 Piesidont,
ooovelt. ilfntJier, ho will ntlouipt
to shew, ns ho has -m Iho past,
that ho is really ono At' tho most
sincere fi lends mill champions of
tho preMdert. I'onikcr will ovplftiu
that they havo only tliffcre.l in
contract scandals, and It wns cstah.
llshed that the women In charge of tho
actiesses appearing nt a well-known
contort hall had acted ns a go.be.
tween for AI Gnrko, the assistant
minister of the interior, nnd M.
l.ldval. Sensational developments
aro expected at the session of the
senate of April 17, when tho caso of
Raton Fredericks, governor of Nizhni
Novgorod, who is Implicated In tho
scandals, will be heard.
M Purlshkevich Monarchist, mem
ber of the lower houso of parliament
from Bessarabia, and vice president
of the union of the True Russian
people, was suspended at tills morn.
Ing's sitting of the lower house of
paillainent for Insulting President
Golovln. The incident arose from M.
Purlshkevich suddenly calling on the
members to rise as a mark1 of re.
spect for the persons murdered by
lovolutloiilsts, whereupon M. Golovin
declared tho proposal to be out of
'order M. Purlshkevich then shouted:
! "You am not president of the dou-
ma. but of the left "
I .l . Golovln promptly moved M.
PiirIslikeiIch's suspension during the
islttlng and tho motion was carried
jby a l.ugo majority. M. Purlshkevich
I left the lions" threatening the presi.
three mattcis bofoio tho senate,
and that in each of these ho was
right and tho ptcsident wrong.
Theie was no admission that
campaign headquarters wii'tld be
oiened "n Columbus in oppcv.tiou
to 'tlio Taft biireiu, piesi:lil over
by Insurance Comriiiss'.cnor A. I.
Vorys. That will ho .1 matter for
tho futtiio, he s.uj, Accordinuf to
prc-cnt jiltnw, if a but cm is pi 11.
oil bote 1). !. Hy.ui. f-irmor -uc-icfaiy
of .state, will be itho lieu
tenant 111 command.
Woid has gono out to the faith
ful that Foraker can be found nt
tho law off'ecs of, Foraker & Ont
cault, in tho Traction building,
Cincinnati, when not busy with
They have been instructed to rc
poit to the senator thero as thoy
did during tho tight for party con
trol wit Mi preceded tho Dayjon,
convention. A.s thero is no timo
In 'it on the notices, Foraker is
opectod toi be in or about Cin
cinnati until tlio next sessiou of,
As .soon ns lie could, after nv
il'ing from Canton soon nfter noon
Senator Foraker hastened to tho
stnlelioiise in a cab and immedinto
ly paid his icspecls (o Governor
Han is. They -nero closeted togeth
er in the governor's private- office
foi onie tune. Tlinv lnll.-o.l ,.
eld limes nnd dUcussed politics
fjciicrniry, duc not specifically. 1
It is known that Governor Har
ris k iu firmly established in Jiw
position of neutialiiv fi,ln. ,1 .i.
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was lat week. Foraker, no far an
in- gowrunr Knows, ,s nR ra-nploto-ly
.ii the air as lo whnt lm iu :-
ally do as ho was when ho 1rsuP.i
ins MiiHiiugioi! (liH'lnration a.s a
candidate for president or senator.
hen tho tinift nf tv,..,i...i..
"'HU (o (ho gonoruor's office win"
Clcirn. coiniiiaiid.iiitv af tho' oarrackl
was notified and was thoro to
gicet liiiu. For twenty minutes,
they talked Htownsvillo behind tho
closed door of tl0 governor's pri
vate off k-n. Col. Glenn, talked
I mm his vLw point as eoimsol i'or
Major C. W. l'ennwe in his coiut
liiiinlinl, for hjs couimj as comman
der of, (he colored battalion of tha
Twenty.fifth infantry t which Wa
tnustorcd out on oivler of i,M..t
Itoosovoit. Hath lefuscd to disonsa
what passed between them.
tSonntor Foraker refused to be
drawn .'aito n Htatemont on the ap
pointment of, Italpli W. Tyler, &.
oml, us auditor of tho trewHu-y."
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