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MarioisI Daily Mirror
VOLUME XVI. NO. 2G.
AIAHION. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. SEPTEADiER 34, 1907.
PKIOE TWO CENTS
WHAT I WOULD DO
IF I WERE PRESIDENT
yice-President Fairkanks Gives Out His First Interview
Since He Came Into the LiueLLight He Quietly
Sets Forth His Articles of Faith.
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 14.-3H-IhiK
on the wldo breeze swept pi
azza at his modest homo hero, which
tho second official of tho land says
1h summer resQrt enough for him,
Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks
today gave to the- United Press what
Ih probably IiIb first political Inter
view certainly his first since ha has
been In tho limelight as n presiden
Incidentally but hardly in a direct
Way, ho outlined what ho would do
ir ho were piesldent. Ho told of
hid plaiiB; of the speeches ha lias
made and will make; why he thinks
ho should mako them and his Idea of
the duties of a public servant. Mr.
Fairbanks hus Just returned from his
nepontl speVch making trip to tho
Paclno coast since July. He makes
ABANDONS HIS TRIP
He Made .the Start and Found His Air Ship a Conplete
Success But a Storm Was Encountered and a Land
ing Was Made on an Iceberg Mr.s. Well
man is Notified.
Trnndbjom, Norway, Sopt. 11.
Walter Wellman, tho bead of tho
'Welljnun , Qhlcnga Record-Herald ox-,
pedltfon, has arrived nt Tromsoc fioni
Siiltzbergen an Ills way home. Hit
announced that ho had definitely
abandoned for this year, nfter n dis
astrous trial of his airship, the pro
posed attempt to reach tho North
polo, The airship made on asccn
hIoii Sept, 2, in a strong northwest
eily wjnd, which drove her south
eastwards over tho land. It was
found necessary to cut the balloon
adrift from the . other parts of tho
nlrslilp, but it was recovered after
two dayB' search.
Air. Wellman says ho will mako
another attempt with a now nlrshlp
Tromsoe, Norway, Sept. 14. Wal
ter Wellman .and bis parly, compos
ing tho Wellman Chicago Record
Herald expedition, nrrived hero last
evening on tho Frith jou from Spits
bergen, Jlr. Wellman says tho air
strip America left her shed Sept. 2
and made an ascent in bad weather,'
but she proved so strong and be
haved so well that a start north was
Immediately made. Tho alishlp,
Deputy at State Prison to
-'Marry Former Inmate
at the Institution.
TrciUpn, N. J., Sept. 34. -At,
Vlilto Hill, ton miles from hero,
today ai stato prison deputy pvill
take for his wtfo a woman recently
lelcntct) fiom tho institution un
der.' pardle. Tho woman is still olj-
ligpd to. jepoit to tho p.irolu agent
of the wt(to.
The btldogrodnj to bo is Frank
Suydom, and his bride-elect is M,vs.i
fiuson Dodlinski, of Lambortvilla.'
The eerpmouy will bo performed by
jfev. William u. tniior, pastor
l,n'Wl.l TTill Mntbndist F.nmPnJ'
Tfra. DobliiiHki, previous to hor
first mniridgo, about twelvo years
ago, wnft regarded as ono of tho
liandcomest ami brigbtest women of
I,;uiiih.'HVimu. i 4iwv ncr iiuhhujju
and death of lier liusband sho con
ducted ft hotel in Lambortsvillo,
where qlio w arrested last win
ter on the, elitirgo of violating tlio
pxoisa aW She was convicted nnd
sent tn' prison for ono year, but
was pnipjed by tho court of par
no charges for his speochcH and pays
his own expenses.
Vlco President Fall banks belloveH;
That public officials from president
down should keep In touch with tho
great mass of pcoplo.
Tho highest Interests of tho Amer
ican peoplo arc common interests.
"Wo must go up or down logethor."
Tho lutci est of labor In tho making
of our welfare Is greater than that of
Tho man Is dull indeed who be
lieves that tho waking up of tbu
peoplo to thilr rights and wrongs
can be smothered.
No one can llghtfully reproach
Piesldent Itoosovclt for his prompt
enforcement of tho laws.
Prosperity Is tho paramount Issue;
there Is always enough haul times
to go around.
however, encountered a storm, was
diiven back and lundcil on top of u
glacier i- Everything was saved.
AVhen the altahlp left tho shed It
Was anchored to u steamer, tho Ex
press, which helped to tow it to
Vogel Day island two miles north-
ward to Camp Wellman, Itlesenberg
and Vanderman occupied tho car.
Tho motors were found to work
splendidly and when It waB started,
drove tho America ahead of tho
steamer, It was found that tho air
ship answered her helm well.
Off Vogel Day island the America
was freed from hor anchor ropes, but
an increasing galo nnd n driving
snowstorm beat her backward ovor
tho main land of Spltzbergen. See
ing tho hopelessness of attempting to
battle with tho galo the valves woro
oponed and tho balloon quickly de
scended on a glacier.
Canton, O., Sept. ll.-Mrs. Wnltor
Wellman ,who Is at tho homo of her
sister, Mrs. Geqrgo Clarke, in this
city, received this coblegiam yester
day: "Started. Hncountered storm. Hv
erythlng saved. Ship a success.
WANTS TO BE
Bandit Raisuli Makes Num
erous Demands MacLean
is Well. '
London, Sopt. 14. ''nalsuli no
Uongeir asks for Drltlsh or other pro
tection iu return for the reioaso of
Cuid Sir Harry MacLean, tho Kng
llsHmuti who has beon his prlsonor
Blneo eaily In July," telegraphs the
Tungler correspondent of The Dally
"illo is more ambitious and is de
manding that ho bo made tho gover
nor of tho hill tribes Inhabiting ' a
great part ot northern Morocco. Fur
thermore ho seeks compensation for
flocks and hords which ho ollmrpa
0-f wiyo ueen ianen from himself and
" "! wbw .limt SOIUO 6f
his former frlonds be but hi chains,
and wants to bo supplied with mag
azine rlflos niul nnimunltlnn,
"Sir Harry Maclx-an," tho corre
spondent adds, "Is woll. Ho now has
ihls own ton, bed mid servimta'
Tiflis, Russia, Ropt 14. -prince
Clnv Clinvndsc, of the copnnil of
the empire, Impr boon assassinated
in, tho IJushety district, Tho prin
cess was wounded at tho sauiq time.
of comma is dead
Oarlsrulie, Sopt, 11. I'linca
August of CVilmrff, died llioro to-
ACT OF A
Mother Almost Gives
Life to Save Her
Cleveland, 0., Sept.
gnrdloss of danger to hcisclf, Mi
Max" Heller, in her anxiety to save
her sleeping baby, lushed into a
burning dwelling" early Saturday.
A few minutes' later Fit email
MeSwcciioy fought his way through
tho blinding smoke and icscued
mother and infant. Hoth linil been
overcome, and woio found uncon
scious on ilic floor near n door lead"
ing to tho stairway. A minuto's do
lay and they would Imvo been be
A dwelling, a sloro, and n linlf
frame stauetuie, sheltered almost
fifty people. All escaped.
Conference Cleares Rev. Tin-
sley of the Charge of
. Cleveland, Kept. 34. The com
mit too Of mombois of the Hast
Ohio, Methodist, confeienco, appoint
ed to hear tho charges that Rev.
Cliarles W. Tinsley, of Youngstown
was guilty of henfiy, today i spott
ed, 'that because of certain news
paper noloiiety which had been giv
en the .sermons, of Hev. Tinsley,
somo members of his congiegution
had felt justified in questioning
his orthodoxy, that tho newspaper
icports- of Tinsley 's pleaching wtuo
uch as to iudicato that he denied
the iniraeulou-, biith of Christ, the
lesurrection and certain other fun-
dnmcntul Methodist's beliefs, but
that no ovidciieo lias been ioiind
that lie did so believe and Hev.
Tinsley himself testified thnt he
did to believe, and Hev. I uisley
himself testified that bo did be
lieve hi the teachings; therefore he
is uo guilty of unmiuisterial or
The report was adopted by unani
Hev., Tinsley Ir ono or tin lend
ing Methodist ministers of tho ccn
tnil west and before going to the
Fiist Methodist Episcopal 'Church at
Yonngstowii, held pionunciit charg
ed at Tone Haute and Juilianiipolis,
Fight "Continuously During
An Ocean Voy-
'-' '" age.
Sim Francisco Sent. 14 With a
dozen of slts lfn Orlentol passengers
i.uffeilng from wounds so seriously
that a number ol deaths are expected
and a dozen more in irons in the
Lrlg, the"bark i:it-etra reached port
today after A oyage of utmost con-
itlnual battlo between lfiO Chlncso and
.Inpancbo hands taken on board at
Mushagnk, AlasLa Tho fighting
between the tjWo nationalities began
almost beforo Hip i:iectra got to se.i
and continued unlntcrmlttently until
port was reached
i j ;;
Japan is Alarmed And Sonds
Troops J:o the Hermit
Tokyo, SoptjgU. Ahumoil by nntl
.lopaiioso outbreaks in tho heoit of
tho Mikado's spin n- of tiiriuciico in
Korea, thcu.'Loityo autnoiitles are
despatching five leglincntH or leln
foroements to Ch nernl Hasegawa's
foice In tho Hermit Kingdom".
Hlotlng which was at nrst restrict
ed largely tothe southeastern sec
tion of the country in which there
wero few Japanese Interests, Is now
spreading to thjgsouthwost, where the
Japanese aru -JrfutneroiM and have
r AlthouKliju''ieral'IIasesawa reports
tljo situation well in hand, much un
easiness is felt heiclest tho dlsordeis
become general, "involving a long
campaign ngulnstthV native popula
tion. , l
Shoots His Father's Murder
er Who is Just Out of
Now-Yoik, SeptWlJ. dosoph Mar
canclno, 29 jeaisWpld; a baiber of
Williamsburg, lastMnlght shot and
Instantly killed James ' Daslln, 18
years old, of Williamsburg. A year
ago young Daslln ftU$ Alarcanrlno's
father, Michael Wt,
At tho time thejjglder Murcanclno
tho next one I I'll pufJastop to this window ureakln'1"
was killed ho was trying to dispos
sess the Duslln family from a tene
ment house which he owned.
On tho plea that he had acted in
Eclr-defense, young Daslln got off
with 15 months In Klmlra. For good
ibehavior bis sentence was shoit
encd and be was released a week
ago. Tho murdered man's. son Im
mediately let llaslln know that he
would kill him ut Oiq Jlr-i ouportun
Ity. Last night Daslln and his sister,
Hose, wero sitting on tho stoop of
their home, eating watermelon, when
Marcanclno came up. Without a
word, he drew a revolver and shot
llaslln through the right eye. Then
he tired at the girl, and sent a bul
let through her right arm,
-Marcanclno was captured. by th
police and locked up. ,
Rev. King Did Speak In-
ing Not Considered.
Tle eland, Scj)t. 14. The report
of I lie Knst Ohio Jlelhodist Kpis-
copal confeienco'H siieclal commit
tee in tho caso of I?ev. V.
King, pastor of. tho Uluichsvillc
Ohio Methodist . JCpiscop.il cliuicli,
delivcicd to too conferences today,
found Hev. King not. guilty of ly
ing; sustained tho chaigo of de
famation of character, iu that lie
spoke injudiciously and extrava
gantly of various member of bis
congregation, km found him not
guilty of immorality. Ho was de
elaied guilty of uiiministeiial eon
duct, however, and a reprimand was
lofomiiiended. This wns adiuinisttr
ed iu executive scmou today by
Tho ch.irge of tobacco chewing,
made against Hev. King, was pro-
mimu-cii ny uie committee so triv
ial that no repoit was made upon
KINtt GETS EVEN
Immediately nttcr Hev. King s
eoe was disjxised of, ilMiop AV'I
."II appointed a trial committee
of fifteen to hear the counter
chaiges of immorality made by
Hev. King against Presiding Eld
it ('. H. ilenthoine, of his district.
The trial committee went into im
mediate session. Mis, Hose't.i Srolt
it .oiing gill will be ihe cliie' wit
ness against Hev. Il.iullioni'j.
Utlulla-Morlna, Algeria, Sept. 14.
With the object of repressing at once
all Incipient rebellion of western
Morocco in the vicinity of tho Al
gerian fiontler, tho French authoi
Itles at Oudja have arrested the
former and present sheiks of Oudju
and two other ringleaders in the ag
itation to foment antl-Fiench feel
ing. Tho four Moors nrrived here today
In chains nnd will be handed ovc
to two ImJWlal Moorish raids for
conveyance to Tangier.
DESPERADOES DEN A
Eight Partly Decomposed Bodies and Heaps of Human
Bones Found by Portuguese Authorities When
a Raid was Made.
Lisbon, Portugal, Sept. 14.
Through today's lound-up of a gang
ot desperadoes and the discovery of
their Iulr, a miniature catacombs In
the suburbs or Lisbon, it Is believed
the mystery surrounding scores ot
crimes, and dozens ot disappearances
will be cleared up. Tho bandits'
Mint Is expected to pioe one of the
most startling criminal pioceedlngH
of modern times.
AFTER THE CUP
Challenge Has Been Sent to the New Yacht Club by the
Noted Sportsman New Yacht to be Know as
Shamrock IV Will be Designed by Fife.
London, Sept. 14. Sir Thomas
Liptmi will mako another attempt
in 100S to legnin the America's
cup for (Jreitt Britain. Tho an
nouncement was made yesterday by
Sir Thomas in lnidon and by the
secretary up the Hoyal Irish Yacht
dub at Dublin. Tho challenge,
which goes to tho New Yoilc Yacht
club iu the name, of the Hoyul Irish
Yacht club, was mailed from Dub
lin. It piobably will bo taken to
New Yoik by tho steamer Umbiia,
which leaves Southampton today.
The details of the challenge weio
arranged when Sir Thomas visited
Dublin lecently in the course of
a yachting cruise aiound tho Brit
ish Isles on board the Hi in. He
told a friend months ago of his
intention to challenge, but, having
until the end of September to
tnko action, ho dofoned challeng
ing until the eleventh hour, not
lieiii!! desiious of giving tho Ameri
can vtichtsmen moie time than nee-;
essarv to make preparations for de
fending the cup, they having, it is
claimed, a gieat advantage in it
being necessary for tho challeng-
llifT yuciii ioi vuiss, uiu .niiiiimu.
It ' is not known why Sir Thomas
decided to challenge thiough the
Royal Irish acht club instead of
tho Hoyal UNter Yacht club, whieli
issued tho pievious challenges in
his bohnlf, unless it is that he thinks
o change of luck may follow his
cbango of clubs.
Tt is learned that Fifo will bo
asked tn design tho challenger if,
he is not olieadv nt woik on tho
Shamiock TV., for that is to bo
the new yacht's namo. Tho build
ms of the challenger have not been
selected so far as can bo learned,
but it is ptohable that Sir Thomas
in his own mind nt least, has chos
Mrs. Earle Does not Regret
Surrendering to His
Boulogne, Franco, Sept . II.
Mrs. Ferdinand Pinncy Eailo, the
"put away" wifo of Aitist Fer
dinand Earle, of New Yoik, does
mint lesriet her surrender of her
husband to his nlllnity, Miss Julia
Knit nor, and is not jealous of tho
woman who. is to succeed her when
sho scmiiea her contemplated di
vorce. I 'j
Mrs. Eailo expressed her opinion
today on lliti ai rival of tho steam
er Kliyndtun, which brought hor
back to her homo in Franco. Sho
said: "It was the only thing to do.
Wo could seo in other way out of
wluit 'had becomo a miserable situa
tion. It was au unhappy, if not
pqiiif.nl, ioali7atinrt that wo could
no longer live together und wo parted,"
In the catacombs wero found eight
partly decomposed bodies and heaps
of human bones believed to bo tho
remains of the "mysteriously disap
peared" victims. It is believed that
ufter robbing their victims, the
thieves killed them and placed the
bodies In tho secret caves and tun
nels. When the police visited the place, a
doZOIl Itlf.tl WPrv. aitrnrtamt ri'liir iif.
feu-d despeiote resistance, but were
en the men who are to build tho
He is credited with saying that,
if he does not win this time he
will beliee it impossible to bring
the cup back.
The last challenger, like the tlireo
pievious Shamrocks, will have to bo
sailed across tho Atlantic, but sho
will be so built that the handicap
on this account will not lie so great
as iu former yeais. It has been
reported that Sir Thomas intends
to send two yaohfs npross the At
lantic and after trying them ovor
the Sandy H"k course, t0 enter tho
better in the races. This, however,
cannot bo done without the. consent
of the New York Yacht club.
New Yoik, Sept. 14. The news
from London that Sir Thomas Lip
Ion, in tho namo of the RJoyal
Trish Yacht club, has sent another
challenge far tho America's cup
did not cause any surprise among
yachtsmen in this city. While the.
members of tho New York Yacht
club had no ofhVial intimation of
the English yntehtsman's intentions
it was generally believed that tly
end of the present racing season
would witness the issuance of the;
Tho new measurement rule, which'
will npplv in connection with the
piesent challenge, has been tried
out in fast sailing yachts of the
linger class this snminor. It is es
pecially designed to overcomo tho
dofects in tho old rule which mndo
possiblo the froak racing machino
such as the more leeent cup defend!
eis nnd challengers.
If the race foreshadowed in Sir
Thomas' challenge aro sailed undor
the new inle, the contesting yachts
will be normal seaworthy boat's, and
not creations to be sent to tho n'unk
shop when they have fulfilled their
Then a new fact regarding the
lemaikablo scpaiation that Eavju
had been ciuol to his frail wjfe,
even struck her, was brought nut.
"lie abused and - beat me, bu.t
there went reasons for that tlijit
made him in a moosuro not wholly
responsible. Hq was in bad liojtlt.
bolh mentally and physically. I un
derstood him and his actions and
wheio my father and my friends
often times condemned him, I did
not. I long ago condoned that in,
PETTIBONE'S TRIAL .
MUST BE POSTPONED
Hoise, Idaho, Sept. 14, George
A. l'cttihonc, charged with com
plicity iu tho murder of QovenVor
Steuuenberg, wa taken to tho hos
pital early in a jriticnl condition
ami an operation pvounuiy will ue
Tlieio will be no further prosn.
tuition in tho case at present.
BUMBLE BEE STIN0S
MAY PROVE FATAL
Dellefnntoiiio, Sept. 14. Osco
Tropp of Ridgeway ran into i 'ft.
bumblo bees' nest and was stung
so badly that ho may die.
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