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THE MARION tDAILY MIRROR.
'VOLUME XVI. . NO. SS08.
MAKION, OHIO, WBWNJfiSDAY EVENING, APJRIL1, 1U08.
FKIOB TWO CXNT0.
RIOTING OCCURS IN
Three Thousand Applicants for Work on a New Opera
House Fear Italians Would Secure the Places and a Ser
ous Fight Follows Police Make Repeated Charges
Before the Crowd Can be Dispersed.
Philadelphia, April l.A terrific
ffldt, o unemployed occurred today
nb'out the site of Hamcrsteln'tj now
opera house. Sovcrnl thousands of
men fought desperately In the streets
MUM repeated police charges scattered
thorn. Many were- nioro or lcs3 ser
iously hurt. The jwllco were com
pelled to remain on .guard to provont
Contractors on tlio opera bouso
flind advertised Tor men and about
tllrco thousand rtiad gathered, nc.
BVoca making up tho greater part
of the throngs. ' Ayhllo tho crowd
The Illinois Central Railway
Fraud, Deception and Lying-Agreement to Pay Seven
, Per Cent of Gross Earnings Has Been Persistent
' SnrlnsnclVni3r'AwlI . The state
or 'Illinois luw "ralseO -lla bill for back
taxes against tho Illlnofg; Central from
Ave. fo fifteen million dollars.
Furthermore the state accuses tho
-company of fraud, deception and
ARA fJQT VFNF
nUn Ilui ILIiL
President Castro Has Gotten Entirely to Officious and Un
cle Sam May Undertake the Task of Administering a
iTTH Good Spanking Roosevelt May be Given a Free
Hand in Dealing with the Dwarfed Indian.
Washington, April 1. An armed
expedition ugafirot oncucla is a
possibility or tho near future,
ltooscvclt, tliroi;li tho state de
partment, laid tho case against
President Castro boforo tho senate
' ' .Jiumninrlzod, tho Indletment Is
that Castro has treated tho citl.
zona of this government, tholr legal
rights and 'the government Itself
moat contemptuously,, Tho' dwarf
Indian who is czar or tho ttmth
American republic! has played a
game of hold up, bold as tho work
or the' wwtoru desperadoes who
utop express trains and plunder
their troa.suro lauon , cars.
KorolgnoiH doing business in
Venezuela) have had the oholeo or
paying outrageous blackmail to
Custro or wooing their r'jhta for
teltdJ. Ills complete command of
the courts, his ability to bully, and.
ovon jail natlvo lawyers who dared
to represent tho forolgnors liavo
enabled lilm to carry out his high
handed course In most rlilhless
It Is not the asphalt concern
alono that la Involved, ucenrdlng to
the Btatomont. Five cla'lnis in
which Americans are Interested aro
rovlowod, and that of tho asphalt
trust Is hut one of tho live. Tho
dopartmoiit passos on to tho uonnto
ill la slgulfieuut qunstloii from a
loriner utato dopartmoiit olllclal:
"It Is useless to attempt to ox.
liaimt Justlco lu a country whora
Minrn K tin lnutlrn in itvlwnikt. '
This In a auutenco contalns tho ad.Kest somo notion.
nilnistrativo caso against ca.,tro.
, Congress Is 'iiow oxpectcd ' to glvo
l'resldent Hoosovolt auhorIty to
take such disciplinary measures as
secni necessary, A prohibitive duty
against Venozuoty eolfeo and as
plialt has been sug;cated as one
means of bringing Castro to tonus
since His ontlro rovenuea aro de-
rlVOd from OXllorU Whlell, COlllO
chl?fly to thU country, 'junior, who lives at C5 Oth avenue,
, lint tho roaolntlon vhtah con- in0w York, is a- prisoner nt pollco
gross Id exiJBcted to pp will go headquarters at East- Orange, Marasco
turthor than that, according to thecoufeased to shooting Med rath bo-
was awaiting tho contvnclor'u or.
dors, n party of Italians advanced,
ntao Jn search of work. Those
ilrst on tho ground, fearing tho
ne arrivals would secure many or
tho vacant ltlaces, quarrelling be.
gan and tho entire mob soon on
gsftcd In a desperate fight. Sov
crnl riot calls wore turned In and
a number or patrol wagon loads of
policemen rushed to the- scene. At
llrst they could make no impres
sion oir tho crowd, but finally
scattered It by repeated charged
with drawn clubs.
is Accused by the State of
lying," In It3 dealing with tho state
since tljo day tho two entered Into a
contract by tho terms of which tho
company was tp nay, ueniUannually,,
to the state, seven per cent, of tho
cross earnlnua.of Itsucimvt.Ol fhUCau-
tentative program agreed upon. It
will glvo the president authority
to tako such steps as may bo deem
ed necessary to protect the rights
ol American citizens. This, beinn
interpreted, means an armed expe
dition. 'Hie resolution Is also ox.
pected to carry an appropriation to
cover tho cost of audi an armed
Onco boloro, jcara ago, congross
passed such a resolution under sim
ilar circumstances. Vcnezuola speed.
Ily camo down. whether Castro
will itomo down or whether a
miobillzntlou or fillips and troops
will bo necessary roinalns to ba
Tho Job of spanking this bad boy
or international politics would bo
an exponslvo ono. It wiuld bo uo
trouble to solz'o his coast cities nud
cut on" Jils ixjvonuos. Tho approach
to Carcas, howovcr, in caso it Is
doemoil necessary to cliaso Castro
undor his own bed, would ncod a
BtronJ? forcu. A isaw tobthod moun.
lulu rango, wlUi but one narrow,
rorlloiiH pass, iirotceU tho icapH.il
ol' Venezuela. A low nion ought to
hold It against an army.
II' tho govorninont has to go af
tor Castro tho Intention Is to seize
Caracas and tho niaehlnory or Ven
Secretary Hoot will appear bc
roro Uio conunlttco tomorrow os
tensibly to discuss somo or tho
troattea inl;otlated at Thq Hague,
but It is expected ho will tako
up uio vonozuoian auair and mig-
SHOT LAD BECAUSE HE
GOT JOB HE WANTED
jVango, N. X., .March 31. .Alfred
JlcOrath, sixteen, of 237 South Oth
street, Nowark, la lying dnngorously
WUa(iod n tho omngo Memorial hos-
t .nn,l llnlnli Mnrnai nn v- 1,1a
cause the latter got a Job ho wanted.
After the shooting Marasco ran as
far as tho I,nckawanna station In
Orange. Thoro ho throw away his
pfutol and retraced his steps.
"I'm tho boy what shot tho kid. I
dono It becauso I had a grudge
against him for getting my job," ho
told tho police.
KING WILL SELL
fcOME ROYAL STEEDS
iLlsbon, April 1. King Manuel yes
torday conferred at length with the
minister of financial situation or tho
royal household. It was decided to
soil a number of horses of tho royal
Man Wants to go to Jail to
Escape Both at Same
Mnuslllon, O., April 1. "I asked
to be locked up In Jail to get away
from my stopmoth.cr and booze," said
J'. It. Hutter to .Mayor Vrantz In
police court this morning. 'Ve had
sonic words, mo and my stepmother,
and I up and says to her, "I'll go and
liavo mo locked up. Then I'll got
away from you,' and I camo up and
had myeir locked up."
''AVcro you drunk?" asked .Mayor
"No drunker than you sco mo now,"
replied Itutter. "I knew there was
one suro way to get away from her
and that was to bo locked up In an
lion coll, so that'H tho courso 1 took."
CUTS HIS THROAT
IN DOCTOR'S OFFICE
Detroit, Mlch.,vprll 11. 'Anthony,.
Haap, a pntlontjif Dr. David IngJ;
tho brain specialist, rut his Hi ronton'
pr. .'ItiBlls' , oftlqo In tho . MtoJcjUIci
biilddlng. petroit''shmoHt' iwmlh7njtvirv
(fee building, dying Instantly,
ADMIRAL EVANS HAS
ARRIVED AT SAN DIEGO
Wahlngtoii, April I. Tho battle
ship Connecticut with Rear Admiral
Hvans on board, arrived at, San Diego,
California, today, according to a
despatch to tho navy department.
Taft will Address the Colum
bus Board of Trade,
Washington, April 1. Secretary
Taft left Washington today for a
tour of tho West. He will first visit I
Columbus, where tomorrow night ho
will address the board of trado. Frl-
day lie ls duo lu Chicago to speak
bororo.tho International union.
Ohio Men ' Receive Letters
IlumlltoujjHO . April l.L,
Wllmorc, riatoabieo buyer, and
l IWorccstjjg a liveryman, both
of Middle tgvn, Ohio, reeoived
tlireatcnlii?'letters signed "Night
Illdors" todpjj: Hi" letter sent to
Wllmorc vaj accompanied by
three buriicdjmatolioa and soino to
bacco- "whlclvVis t!n olllclal warn-
( :.(,'( r
ing of Kentucky nlgiit refers
The pretafj? 'authorities arc
No Trouble Occurs in the
Miuesj&vheu the Men
rV,lll,l,l-,f- riW A i II l"U'n l;t,n II
r . i ,VT. .i , .
for granted the order to eea.so
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ny every minor in niiio, who is a
member of tlTapUnltod Mine Workers
of America," -.Juld Pimlilent Orcen,
-., ujj,,,,..; .. hiuisu '
ir.. . ,i,.,.,..n .. .
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dent, T . I,, .jvi. railing for u con-
J , - ' . . .. . .
ii l Uii 3fjli w,iuji.;m anil lllllli; ivyiii- I
ers,,'lufaLtlio,c.-uljli '- not been received
yet. It,, will
yohably bo announced
for early ncxl
i Tlidia.jiifiblo following tho
fan a i, we have beenable to learn V,"
Will Keep the Chicago Police
on the Alert While Taft
Chicago, Apnl 1, Hearing possible
attempts upon the llfo of Set ret? ry
Taft, extraordinary precautions H'l
bo taken o piotect him ilurlnc hJs
rojoiirn In CM- (-igo.: Tho Secretary
'Is scheduled to arrlvi) lato Friday aN
tcrnodii. A runference wwj held yej
.terday by Ohler of I'ollco Shlppoy,
'Mayor llusse and Captain O'llrlcn, or
jdetcotlvo headquarters, and plans
'made Tor the safety' of the Cubluot
Urgent nicvwucs wore wired Seero-
tary Taft, lu which Ijo was lequestcd
to co-operate with tlic police. He was
asked to keep secret tho exact hour or
his arrival on Friday, and also the
DOESN'T WORRY YOUR UNCLE
name of tho railroad utatl u nt which
ho Is to nrrlvo. It was explained to
him that the precautions were neccn
yary, In view of tho Inflammatory at.
tlludo of tho Anarchists throughout
the country. Tho recont attack upon
Chief Shlppcy's family and tho bomb
outrage In New York nrc cited as two
of the many reasons for tho cxorclso
From hero Secretary Tnft goes to
Council Muffs, Iowa, and Omaha, and
the same precautions will be taken
there. Ho will visit Vt. Omaha and
Kt. Crook, niako three set speeches
and attend four receptions. In Oma
ha ho will be the guest of the McKIn
Icy Club (Did In Council Muffs, or
General Dodge and the city.
Express Messenger Supposed
to Have Killed His Brother
Newton, Ks., April 1. William T
Carr was arrested hero last night,
charged with the murder of Oscar A
ilJalloy, tho oprcss messenger who
was Killed In hl car between Klor
onee and Newton last Sunday and the
robbery of the express.
A pair of blood boepattered trousers
which Carr left at a local cleaner's
led to his an est. Following the ar.
I'OCt (ml,.ll tile, tilfliln rtf Hin 1.1111.,. 1
" ' ' ' ""' """""
in:l11 '" which Carr worked. An ov-
' .lt B,MlU(irnl wltll ,,U)01 WM fom
nr , tIl(1 I)0(.Upl( v lh camiont
were many pieces of valuable Jewelry.
I Hoprescntatlvrs or the express com
ipany have Identilled this jewelry as
being contained In tho express ear.
corn was employed by tho express
.company for three years, and was a
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TO BE NAMED TOMORROW
Columbus, O., April 1 Secretary
Taft will be horo to'morrow to confer
with .Manager Vorys, nt tho same
time Heiiubllenn utato central com
mittee will meet and select a state
exenitlve committee, with Henry A.
H illinms. of Columbus, chairman
The stato campaign will begin aftor
the selection of tho executive commit
tee. LEWIS WORKS TO
IndianajioUs. Ind., April l. From
icports received toda yat the Unit
ed Mlno Workers' headquarters, all
the 150,000 soft coal miners, whoso
contract cxpjrod at midnight, aro
idle today. l'resldent Lewis, who
assumed leadership today Is work,
lug tor tho restoration of tho In.
tci stato agreement.
FRIElND SAYS MME. ANNA
WILL WED THE PRINCE
New York, April 1. Tho llrst au
thoritative confirmation regarding tho
report that .Mine. Anna Gould will
marry Prince Do Sagair, her French
admirer, came today In a utateinent
'from .Mrs. Tyler Morse, at whoso
apartments In St. Hoglts, .imo. Gould
now Is sick In bet.
Davenport In Nev York tvUII.,
Aged Capitalist Says He Borrowed $180,000 for a Bonus of
$10,000 and Six Per Cent Interest Cameron Engin
eered the Deal Borrower Says He Did a Lot of
. Thinking, but not' Outloud.
Columbus. O., April 1 Colonel
v. II. Knuusa, an aged Columbus
oapltasliBt, testified before tho
Howe senate committee, Wednes.
day, that In August 130II, ho bor.
rowed of the Columbus Savings
and Trust company, Jisonm, at a
bonus or $10,000 and bIx per cent
Interest, through Isaac II. Camer
on, then Btato treasurer and direc
tor of the bank, after President
Cyrus llullng, of tho bank, had
repeatedly declared tho bank to bo
without funds- to make a loan.
HE lAAQ QPADHl
Fear That Democrats Might Control the Next House
Prompts Him to Deplare in Favor of a Special Session
of Congress to Revise the Tariff Indiana Repub
licans for County Local Option.
IndlniiRpollB, Ind., prll 1. Sena,
tor Hoverldge today, before the Re
publican stato convention, joined
hands with Vice President Fairbanks
In aplatt for a revision of the tariff,
Immediately artcr the coming elec
tion. Both profess to believe that
tho president will yet decido on a
'apodal session, Tinmcdlately after
Fairbanks definition in favor o!
of an immediate revision was Inspired.
Simpson the Well Known Metalurgist Has Invented a
Cannon Which will Throw a Projectile 300 Miles
Pans Could be Bombarded From the Coast of
London, April 1 Oovornmcn'
ordinance experto liavo reported
confirming tuo claim by V. S
Simpson, a well known niotalurgtst
that the latter has Invontcd an
electric cannon capable of throw,
ing a projcctllo uuo miles.
"Tho gun will revolutionize nav
Effort to be Made to Deter
mine Cause of Death of
Chicago, April 1. .That tho cause of
tho death of Charles Stronor, a well-to-do
aipl prominent Bohemian resi
dent of this city, may bo determined
Judgo Korstoln has granted an older
for tho exhuming of tho body.
Stiitomontu, said to hnvo beon of a
sensational nuturo, mado to Coronor
'Hoffman by Mrs. Itarluini Pachek,
a nieco of S'roner, led to tho request
ror tho prdor from Judge ICorsten.
Stroner died March fi anil was buriod
In tho Hohemlnn National cemetery.
A physician's certificate gavo tho
cauBO of death as Inflammation of
tho heart. '
Another nnglo of tho caso Is found
In a suit llled last August by Androw
Lllak, a uon of a former wife ot
Stroner, a becoud wife, and hor son,
John Kara, a tltlo to real estate
which onco was owned by his moth
Stroner, who was 02 years old, was
married October Z9, 1906, at St. Jos
eph, Mich., to Mrs. Mario Kara, a
Asked by Attorney Hoyd, for tho
committee, ir ho had any
knowlcdgo of tho source of tho
funds which ho borrowed, or
whether stato funds had been mou
tloned during tho negotiations,
"A person somo times does a lot
of thinking along some lines, but
does not think out Joud. 1 did not
caro much about tho source. There
was no mention made of tho stato
tundB. tamcron did not say how
tho funds were secured."
ho admitted, by tho apprehension that
tne Democrats mlKht control tho next
house and have a hand In revising
Tho platform adoptod ,. endorsos
Iloosevelt, declares for tariff revision
liy snccial srusion nftri' llin vinlnfr
election and endorses Fairbanks as
the party's candldato for ni-esldont.
The feature of the platform Is a dec
laration for county local option.
The ticket will not be named until
al construction," said Colmnude,
pno of tho loreniost of authorities
cugaged In tests of tho weapon.
It will forco tho abandonment of
armor and mnko speod tho prlnioi
requlslto in fighting vobsols' WlUu
It Purls could bo bombarded ironf
the l.ngllsh coast." JfJ
Italian Press DoeB not Favor
Elkins-Abruzxi tWed- ''
Loudon, April 1 The Homo cor
respondent of tho Olobo saye that
uio Italian nowspapors liavo initiate
ed a violent campaign against thq
proposed .nmrriago botwoon thb'
Duko r Uio Abriuzl and Miss
Kathorlno lilkliiH. This chango Qf
attitude In simply mid solely du
to tho ''extravagances of Amorlcan
journalism" ngitlnst which a stream
of Indlljnatlon Is poured out dally,
hven Uio Klklns ramlly is not
sinied, the newspapern taking Uio.
ground that thoy Hhould have tak.
en fctopa to shield tho Duko from
outrago and insult, &
TJio Globe's cortCHpondont learns
that tho provisional ajrangomeijtji
for tho marrlago have boon alteijC
ed owing to tho King's wish that
It should bq colobratedj In Italy.
It will bo absolutely private nj4
oven tho presa will bo rigidly ex.
cjuaed. ' ,