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VOLUME XVI. NO. 1?,9,
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rf HAW TRIAL NOT A
GREAT DRAWING CARD
Few People Attend the First Session of the Week Evelyn
Thaw and All Other Witnesses are Excluded From the
Court Room James C. Smith the First Witness
Thaw's Mother Will Testify.
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New York, Jan. j.Thoro was
no delay in the getaway, onco the
curtain was rung up today on the
Thaw trial. Assistant District At
torney 'Jarvln mado the opening ad
dress for the state, Garvin's re.
marKs wore devoid of oratorical
flash, and consisted or a plain' state
ment ot the killing of Stanford
White, as they appeared to the
state. In concluding hra addres3
Uarvm said;
''Wo contend that tho killing of
Stanford White, wns deliberate and
premeditated murder, .Tho responsi.
blllty under tho law Is absolutely
apparent, that ho llred three times
to make dastardly deed trebly sure,
nnd whon tho cvldcnco is all In,
wo shall ask you for a verdict of
murder In the llrst degree."
Thaw was plainly affected as Uar
vln ended and conferred norvously
with Attorney Peabody.
JUdgo Oowllng directed that the
room be cleared of all witnesses,
except medical experts. Evolyn
lliaw went with tho others.
i antes Clinch Smith, a brother-in-law
of Stanford White, was called,
ric was In the garden theatro on tho
night ot tho tragedy. Ho rcpeatod
his story o his conversation with
T.'iaw Just bororo tho tragedy sub
stuntlately ns told at the llrst
trial. He was on the stand when
tho court recessed for luncheon.
Littleton wns then conducting his
cnss-uxamlnatloii, but hnd, not
shaken his story.
".Mrs. William Thaw will testify
In her son's bohnir," said Attornoy
l'oabody toaay, "Acting at tho ur
gent request of Harry Thaw she.
OStinst the ndVlco Of bor rJivslplniis
Ima decided to como to Now York
tfin 111 l...... T-llw. . '
.-.. nui ii.iivo rmsuurg Thursday
and may bo called as a witness,
runny morning.
In direct contrast to tho first
T.MW trial. lOW linmiln nvnnnf ll,n.A
directly interested, were In court
today. '
MARION, OHIO, MONDAY EVKNIflG, JAJLfARY U, VJO&.
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INSSELF-pROTECTION
NATIONAL
COMMITTEE
SUSTAINS
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Dilifljatei to the National ConventionFrom Ohio Districts
,4S?!t be Named by Conventions, Not at Primaries
Anotker Knot Put Into the Ohio Political Tangle.
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BE AMENDED SOME
Secretary Taft Makes His Report to President Roosevelt
ana Kecomraenas mat the Government of the Island
be Handed Back to the Cubans in March or April
of Next Year.
Washington, Jan. 13. The United today, are adopted, In his letter,
States will turn Cuba back to the transmitting to tho president the of
Cubans In March or April ot 1009. '.clal reI,ort of Provisional Governor
if tho recommendations made by Sec- , " m tho lsl-
... end, the reports show the conditions
rctary of War Taft to tho president, I now to 5b "very oncournri '
ANCHORS
seriously, howovcr. Towaid evening
tho system was restored and lmnrove-
mont was also inndo In tlm irminmi
telegraph and telephone service.
(Milwaukee. Wis.. .Ian. 1. A
fierce Jilizzard swooped down on Mil
waukee early Sunday and Inst nltfit
nnu continued without abatement.
Telegraph and telontiono -ivlrcn am
down 111 all directions ami atmnt
rllway traffic Is paralyzed. Steam
railroads renort trnliiR nniv hIIMiMv
delayed. Tho weather bureau re
ported a fall df 10 Inches of snmv""!
to 7 o'clock last iiii?iit
BIG FLEET
OFF COBRA ISLAND
Elaborate Entertainments Provided for Admiral Evans'
J acmes and Officers Men Given Shore. Leave and will
be Held Strictly Accountable, for Their Conduct
Brazilians are Greatly Interested.
Wo Janeiro, Jan. 13 Tho hlir
flpnt nf cl'trtm t ... .-...I...... i.-..ti...
in the local harbor, Is" today the cen
ter of jittnrction for Brazilians. The
division flagship are moored abreast
Liberty parties were allowed on
shore, touay. but worn vmrawl lit tlm
officers that they would bo held
strictly accountable for their conduct.
Hauh day until Jan. 22 when tho
of Cobra Island. dlronMv ,, f " , , 3 ,""" " !? BU,,,c.a 'cave, there will
t,iie olt.. ' ""u "l "0 --"iuraio entertainments for both
UIV. 4.11. I.TnnVfna n,t l
w.,iw0 uim uillLUIU.
Washington, Jan, 13. Ohio's dis
trict delegates to Chicago' must bo
eeloctod by conventions. District pri
maries are barred. A decision to the
effect waB fssHed Sunday from Repub
lican national headquarters further
tangles the knotted web of Ohio pol
itics. It will disappoint the Taft managers
who havo struggled everywhere for
primaries fjand correspondingly elate
the Forakdr men, who have boon run
ning awy 'from all popular vote
tests.
Of courso this decision has no bear
ing on the selection of the ''big
four'' by a primary elected state con
vention, nor on tho general stato pri
mary to be held .Fob. 11 to select
the state convention delegates. It
will mean, though, that dlstrlot con
ventions will bo necessary in Clove
land for the twentieth and twenty
first districts, In addition to tho Cuy
ahoga county primary, tho mass con
ventions and the numerous other big
ten and small side shows now being
featured there.
iWhlle tho decision announced yes
terday Is the verdict of but two mem
bers on a committee of three on call
the clroumstahces anake It scorn un
'llkejy that thero will bo an nppeal by
tho Taft peoplo to tho full momber-
.p U2S """onal Republican com
iwas raised by Forakcr men from
tho eighteenth dlstiict.
U'ho Republican conent!on call
permits the selection of dlstilct del
egates by primaries where stato laws
either compel or authorize this meth
od. ThoTorakcr contention is thnt
tho Uronson nrlmnry law does not
authorize congressional district pri
maries. Tho old Daber law. nassod
In tllO '70s. authorlzpil nrlmnrlna
"when any voluntary political asso
ciation or party in anv district.
county, township or municipal corpo
ration, etc." The langungo of tho
iDetroif. Jan. 13 .Tmlinv. inin
and telegraphic service was serious
ly Illtcrnintml vnntnrA.iv !. o i.1i..n..i
thnt swept a largo 'portion of Michi
gan.
At Hiy City IS Inches of snow was
reported nnd nil tlm phitrpimo oi.nn.
doned their Sunday services Iiomhro
of the, obstructed rnnrla
111 tho "Thumb" "district. mnnw
miles of railfoad tn.cks are covered
y enormous drifts Uiat will likely
hinder tho operation of trains for
several days.
Philadelphia, Jan. 10. A heavy
thunder storm rinKim! mw i, n..
Sunday evcnlncr. brlnplng to a close a
nay marned for ts warmth. Tim
Democratis&ncLSome .Republican Sjeaators.Say the-yalue
of Railroad First Mortgage Bonds Fluctuates too Much
to De Accepted as becunty tor Emergency Money.
'Washington," Jan. 13. It iS appar
ent that the Aldrlch financial bill
will bo amended In some particulars
beforo It passes tho senate Demo
crats especially, ns well as some re
publican senators, object to the pro
posed acceptance of first mortgage
railroad bonds as security for emer
gency circulation They say that
these bonds fluctuate in value too
much to make them desirable as a
basis of any part of the money of
the countrj .
Jlranson law Is Identical oxcept that .storm was accompanied" by hlch winds
tho word "district" is omitted.
iFrank S. Streetei nnd John w.
Ycrkcs, two members of tho sub
committee on call, nild the nmlsslnn
of ''district" In tho Branson net sig
nificant of a lcglslntlvo intention to
deprtvo congressional districts of tho
right to hold primaries. Streeter is
a stroncr Taft man. whllo York in
llOt. TllO decision of KYnnlr II l-ol-
logg, third member of tho commltfon
has not been rncolvcl Ti,f in.
Streeter end Yerkes are lawyers ot
standing and thov. witii unito,.
framed tho call and will undoubtedly
bo held by their colleagues on tho
national committee to know Just what
It means. A statement laanori in.,t
nlgh,t by Elmor Dover, secretary of
uiu nanonai itenubl can
nim lasted noarlv two hmim ,i..i
which time there wcro several heavy
peals of thunder and brllllnnt finBi,na
of Jlchtninir.
Recording to the government weatii
er bureau official only) one such a
storm has occurred In (his reclon
In any January s'neo 1871. The slnglo
exception wns on Jan. 1. 1SDD
commit Inn
mlttee. The nuestlon nr ,. .a"nonces tho result ns explained
,...,. ulUi UUOVO.
LOCAL
MOOT
WILLS
TO HILL
HENRY FARNAMA WINS
DEUTSCH-ARCBDEACON PRIZE
Tarls, jan. ii. .Henry Farnama,
today won tho Deutsch-Archdcicon
prize of EO.OOO francs for completing
WILL WITHDRAW THE
TROOPS FROM GOLDFIELD
Special Commission, Appointed to Investigate Conditions
Makes Its Keport and President Roossvelt Decides to
Throw the Responsibility Upon Nevada Govern
nor Sparks is Severely Censured.
German Police Will Not
Lenient With Demonstrators.
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Wellington, Jan. 13 President thnn H,n ..,., ,.!. ... i .,-
:. . t i it V V - w.. .n..u nua autu uii iiisuriuuiiuii,
uiu um-iimi iiiiuiutHru in. un nverago iiuuauvuu nas uoieranned to withdraw ana that none of tho conditions de-
helght ot twenty feet. His aoroplano
turned with tno easo of un automo-
bllo and" canio back to Its starting
place. It then arose again, took a
great sweep, and landed in tho aero
plano's shed.
tho
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federal troops from Goldfleld. 'scribed In sections 5297, G298 and 6299
shortly after tho legislature be- t" nv,sed Statutes as warranting
to ii .. , interference by the .federal covorn-
OPTION
NORTHWEST IS SWEPT
. BY HEAVY SNOW STORM
n. If-' ii'
n o?ol u t J
Intm eiCTteJfend.Bfllwaukee Suffer Heavily and Detroit is Cov.
s-w ,.. 'vawa lu B'un nil in niirnrflon iMin. in. v.
jitvr it 'j V- i?T 7 auwiob wires are uown
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'and Traffic is Delayed Philadelphia Visited by a huy
xuuuaersxorm.
Chicago, Jan. l3.-Jhlcago anJ its and wlro communication
cuYuuuB were cut ore lor several hours standstill for hours
yesterday from wlro communications JJloctrlo car lines
ii viu uuier puuiis oy a snow nnd
was at a
Wind storm Which benan lic-fn iin.m
and raged wltliout a break nil day.
Snow continues to fall. A northeast
galo droye Winding masses of wet
tfnow before It. Tho warmth of tho
atmophe;o caused tho hoavy flakes
partly .(o melt nnd stick to whatever
they touched. As a conseueirco, oyor
buraened,i wires and poles woro put
,out of ooaunl)on Jn all directions,
to suburb.q worn
blookcd, a-nd ovon tho downtown
quarter transportation was slow and
uncertain,
tl'ho fire alarm teleirranh service
of Chlcngo'was so much crippled that
jhalf tho alarms received at the central
station could not bo communicated to
the engine, companies by tho usual
moana and many dolnys In Bonding
npparatus to a burning building wcro
recorded; Nono ol tho fires resulted
Will not .be Affected by the
Initiative and
Referendium.
Columuus, Of Jan. 13 Sonator
Atwoll said Monday, thnt ho was
satisllod tho Inltlativo and rofor
oiulum bill would not Interfere with
tho county locnl option bill. Doth
will bo prosontod in 'tho sonato,
Monday. Atwoll says ho 4s satisfied
thoro Is no truth to renort that
thr brow era nro trying to kill coun
ty lOCal OPtlOn bv thn InUlntlirn
ml referendum .,,
w Aa tho latter bill W stands thorn.
s no appeal from tho voto of tho
peoplo, tho voto power bolng taken
frjni tho governor,
STEEL AND IRON CO.
IN BANKRUPTCY COURT
Toledo, 0., Jan. 13. -involuntary
bankruptcy proceedings wore
brought in tho Inderal court to
uay. against tho Norwnlk fetool
una Iron company. Fraudulent
now vna f nsSQt8 t0 ,MA, and
ow York companies to dofraud
who 'sav f nU0gC(l hy P-tltlSSS
donta, COr"lmnJr haS ms
Corlln, Jan. 13. Fully aroused by
tho vlolenco ot yesterday's disorders,
In which they found It necessary to
fight with" sabers and clubs against
thousands' of detei mined socialists
and neany as many more sympathiz
ers, the police today sened' notice
jthat further attempts at demonstra
tions wJll bo met with the severest
repressive incisures.
Orders havo been Issued to tho po
Hco to ?jo prepared to flro on tho
crowds of demonstrators If they re
fuso to disperse
DEPOT
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gins Its special session, Tuesday. This '
,ment existed and that tho effort was,
ABLAZE
DEMAND
FOR WORK
Large Quantities of Mail are
Burned at Kansas
City.
Will be Made Upon New-
York City by ;the Army
of Unemployed.
JffS3Sfj3a3!jnBaBa3J8OT
Now York, Jan. 13. With 125,000
men out of work and the chailtablo
societies of tho city utterly unable to
extend tho absolutely needed roller,
tho Centrnl Federation of Labor In
sists that tho situation among tho un
employed Is most desperate, and
claims nmnv nconln will ntnrvn tn
death, If something l,s not dono at
Onco, t will hold a mass meeting of
tho moil out of .work tomorrow nlriit
and will demand that tho city at onco
give the men work on Its public Im
provements.
a letter fioni tho pioslaent, to Gov
ernor Sparks, dated Jan. 4. Tlm hits!-
dent s.i)s Jio shall bo governed by the
iccomniondntloiis In tho report unless
the governor can show that the btate
niciits of tho loport are not In ac
cordance with tho facts. Tho re
port says:
"The conditions did not support the
general allegation In the goernor's
request for troops, nor were his spe
cJne statomouts estallllshed to any
such extent (Ts to justify his use of
these statenTC'iits for thn im'rnnu nf
getting federal troops."
It concludes with tills rcmmmninln.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 13. Fire, Hon:
which cnusi'd a loss of .ownn.nnn I "ut wo a,so most flrmly believe
dostroyJd the annex to tho union i'i!, ..T" u, nJWlnff or tho legls-
statlon tod.-y. The station proper '5 ;h 0 S "s ,n7 ? X
was saved. Tho burned build ne ?"el,' t1!3. sho,,la bo jemoywl.
contained tho depot odlces or the 1' 'T .,"""?. l1. or "eir
oxpross companies, tho Vullman h0 hsl-i I e o t,, ' ,
company and the railroad Y M IL i,8.'nt" or tho sovornor or
C. A. Crossed wires i.niinvn, "! '"'"' 'u "w CBsentmi that tho
to havo been tho na,.. !H uo..or wovnaa sUnll understnilll this
Tin hundred sacks or ordinary 'nV Tw .w T e,c,y', ",,n --ceognlzo
mall and twonty-uvo sacks or regis-' ' M t,mt t,10r0 vUl- at u,nt (lte.
tored mail won, consumed 1)0, thrown u,Kn aml " lono. tho
' primary responsibility or keeping
.r, ordor, nnd that, recognizing this re
ANOTHER FAILURE IS " "" sPosll'"Ity. it may take bucIi notion
ANNOUNCED IN NEW YORK "nl'M&tCL
Mew York. Jan ii Tim aim Un his letter to nnvnmm. ai,
punsion or Itobprt' Mao' Lav nnd ."'"" reviewing tho"stens so far t'nVon
company was announced on tho ln 'ho Oolddold "inlnlng troubles tho
.'uw York nock exchange, today. president continues:
i navo just received tho report of
EGraE ok toe is,. zrss.'ssszs'ssrffz
EXPLODES; ONE MAN KILLED n,0!,t omphatlc language tholr boiler
llnokensack, N J . J r, j""" " InveatlRatlon on the
ntentioi, was mndo known at the nd Is, plainly an effort made by the
hlto dlouse today, when tho renort stato of Nevada to secure tho nnrfnrm.
oi mo special investigating coninils- nnco u io united states of the or
slou was made nubile, toscthor with
field.
m. ....
In ono year tho intWnntin, .,., I ' " rowrt ri'r,"T stnes that there
Heading nssocintton has grown from 'oTthn Tf?? n,nBt '" ww,r
0.081 to 21.341 members. irom .j bortn ton t the time the troop,
were called for, that nobody supposed
dlnary police duties which should, as
a matter of course, do performed by
Nevada herself."
Tho report further says:
"Thero Is absolutely no question
that If tho state or Nevada and tha
county or Ksmerolda exercised the"
powers at their disposal they can
m.iintain satisfactory nnipr in nnu.
field; that so far those authorities
havo dono nothlntr. lint nm ivinn-
upon federal aid, and their' attitude
now Is oxnresslv thnt. nf rnruainn.
do anything and desiring to throw
their own burdens unon tho fivinmi
government for the maintenance ot
those olementary conditions of order
iur wnicn xney, nnu they only, are
responsible.
''TllO Signers Of tllO rmirt ovnrnco
their convictions that tin tmnr...
should lemaln In Nevada nnfii ik
asesmWlng lot tiho llonislntnrof! n
.ns to presorvo the status quo. In order
mat tno legislature may deal with tho
BlttiatlOIl as It oyIrIr lull thnt alinrtlo
thereafter tho troops should bo re
moved
"f ngroo wlh tho rpconininniln.tlnn
of this roport, or which I enclose a
ropy, and shall act ,nfcordtas;ly. Un
less It can be showW '"fhnfNim tntn.
ments of tVpL rqpo,5t far,Q.inot In ac
cordance with the facts, It will be
incumbentl'iipon' the legislature of
Novndn. whon It convonps Urou tn
provide Tor onforclnjr tho laws of th
state. Tho stato of Novnda must Iti
fcelf niako a resolute effort in o-nnrt
faith to perform tho pollco duties Jn
cldont to tho oxlrtonee of a stato."
MARTIAL LAW IN
MUNCIE IS ENDED
Indianapolis. Ind., .Tan. iri
fiv. Ilinloj todrty Issued n nrolnm-
ntlon dtclarlng martial law at an
ond. nt Munclo, Gonoral McKoo Is
directed to keoo such troons thor
ns ho tlilnkn aro nocossary to aid
mo civil authorities In maintaining
ordor.
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