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it- yij THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. i4 7V VOLUME XVII -NUMBER 91. MARION, OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1908. PRICE TWO cents: xt t .' frf , i u I vr I i.h IVpON SPREADING QV1 THE WHOLE OF HAYTI Popularity of President Nord Alexia on the Wane and Only Loyalist Victory will Prevent Insurgents from Overthrowing Government Secretary Wilson Asks for Large Sum to Combat Cattle Disease. .. Kingston i Jamaica, Nov. 20 Ad vlwu fityrt Haytl stnto tliat tha rovo. lutlonhry movement Is spreading and that all foreigners havo loft tho Aouthorn portion, where tho ilEhtliiK lis 'in pa-ogress. While up to the prcv oftt Mora 'j.lttu been. 'v'l' i ... ... I. . . nocn, no.ui.orucr m kpxtL aJUlPrihce, It is generally afl inlttedt ujactonless governmental forc C4 grcmifojitrthtial ttflranta&o In the Yemiioar' Mturo Micro may, V1 trouble Mji ttpchWW boon on tho wand nd'iffflt,tCh.eri riftj'i many In. the cap. BAD MAN KILLED WHEN BARKEEP WON'T EAT LEAD Joe Cole Who Claims to be a Wild and Wooly Westerner . Shoots a Saloonkeeper Who Refuses to Swallow a i. Cartridge Is Captured After yictlm is Rushed to Hospital. Cloveland;Nov. 20 Clios. Freund a flown town sajoonkecpor. Is dying today at a-. -hospital ,bccauso ho ro fused to olit a curtridgo thrown on his bar "by Joo Cole, who claims to Strikers, Promised Raise in Wages with Taft'a Election aud then Refused when Event Occurs, are in Angry Mood and Futher Trouble is Expected Firing of Deputy Sheriffs Tuesday Said to Have. i'liuo iji w oi ,111. Been Justifiable,, , . WPtfllfCWifitiy, S1.1!, Nov. 2"ff Willi -..k!uha.ilt'J. iWl'i.''S .aZ'& il.iiuri! ,'.ov,i F NHlfldlBli W Hul'o.iut euard. in iiiM,ts; $ ,& tyitLoipl Firq- Mffi-ffimK'l no further tVofifilo wttfi '(tie .strikers,. Is, oxcc.;ted i".wr;r.v7)i:"r ;.fi.i -?r, .r. W n 9nwl.p, m ftUnw .wv K another d tiWaftQW $k t Vp b5Ws,tliornljt',(1Ke1tt3l,cy u ed forces and Uio rcsulf of Uio aftiay when Bovou ot Uielr number were wounded, th,rco fatally,.by tho deputy b,rdrf's tusillado. Tho troops "were ordered out by Oov. Kort Into yester day folloiwlng an attack mudo by 1000 strikers on tho standard plant at Koaouy. J'ertU Aimboy. X. .1. Xov. 20 Four companies of troops ot tho state Na tional Guard .took possession of Jeasbqy Jast night .ami ovcry jure cautlon has ' heon taken to prevent a ropotttlon Of tho rlotlrlr that o:. curred In that llttlo manufacturing tovvn-caj- jJVgdnrsday whcji aji? iti.nSrft iwitrn 4t1inf ilnwn .hv dftnntv sheriffs at the plant of tho National. ' Flri'prooflng Co. AM) tho sMoonHt Jtave .Upon" doled ana tne streets, are nraeucauv , , ne Borted excel.tProVlU'ilresenco' oflFi. .IVU Ul hilv . ;ie coldlers. tHAlvisld ! ''' - , - L Assistant flAttorncrr, Uon ... " '?- - lieJ? G. Daskoll canibfronrTrenfon with . in-.:' .m troo3 to advise them to iUn5lrtJau- thprlty in lontrolllnff tho town, factories and tho soldiers who are not on duty havo bedn nuartered In the factories? ProVlslohs wero sent to thorn frpme this olty, Col. N Nelson . I Ducan, commanded of tho Second roglment Is tin charge; of tho troops , Col. Frederick f Gllky&on who at tho request of Gov. Fort Investigate; tho cause 0$ the Slot Is reported to uphold tho BPtlon f tho deputy Eher. Jffs -who flrcil upon .tno strikers. dial who ,wo,uld rejoice at his downfall. iDolrcit, Nov. 2G-Sacnrctary Wilson cif Uio department of agn'ioulturo iWdll oak -orgreat for a half million do'.' J JSf . to conibat tho foot and mouth m3I!ll !tl Mlflh Mil Hntlln V.tnn.l nt - tngsi. -- o - - Wjo. arc Wring Killed today in ArajjJiu County and buried In ilcop lrienj$hcs with carloads of quL'k Hire. All horse, dogs, fowl, etc., on tho fa'ma on wltHi Uio diseased cattlo were found will also bo killed.Onturlo ha- Uarrod all Michigan cattle, hogs, sheep aird Horses from entrance Into tho provhi.ee. bo a North Dakota ranehnuui. Colo entered tho sa'oon when It was rrmvdedr-'WdinTrcundrofase'n'fc;8r ouey ins wnun, upip -vegan.. tiring.? Freund dropped wlm a Unlet In hU head. 'Colo was' captured later. , . A jWignn. load, of food was f sent to tho troon'a from this itr. .Wiionth'd drlvpr.,jr tliQ 'wagon ilcarncd wlioro thtf, provisions, vero to la taken "lid trefusef) to, go and It was necessary1 to gqp, another ilrlvcivTht' wagon "wont ndcr heavy guard. ollco Hurko."who wris In chaiiio of t.he deputy sheriffs who flrod upon the strikers said tonight (hat tho tCimpJr of tho Btrlkors Is bad and that ho fears another attack to morrow. Ho aUo states that while the streets woro quiet last last night there may bo another attack at any tmlnuto Col. Dugan does not bo Hevo this, but ho has arranged to call out his men at a 'moment's notice. A fooling of Intense excitement prevail, as tho Btrlkors declare tho deputy sheriffs wero -ot justified In llrldj upon thuai, Two ot tho wound, cd men aro dying in tho hospital jjioro ami tho four other wounded men jrjbfpjiilnfully hurt. Tho citizens fear for tomorrow, rwnen me sinners Ah.'ate to re"' ,ho "t"ck on ,th .l.i. if Tl..i nti'llrru .ntiiiilnlti nfrnliiar plant. Tho strikers complain against tht pending of'troois to Keasbey and this 'may, lead to further troublo It Weald.1 " r . . .. . n . . fWtt :r 7'" " "" ""'l : ""; iL'nN'.liiVk .Inir.. HAIA O Q tmn VrT .Ing at, Keasbey ni!y fiunilior lnaliufa'c'turlng iowns" along tho 1 of Harl- tlti river. Two woelc ago tlio men employed by tho Itaiiltan TlUver Clay Co, went on strike for higher wages Tlioy manched to tho plant of tho Perth Amboy Firebnlck Co. and ln- iliinnfl tlio mMi MinrA in srn nut TliftM j eu,.eeAjng day tho stulkoiis, con stantly .Incre.'u.lng lit number, nmraliod ito otJier towns to Induce employes to leave Uiolr work. Tho Btrlkers, nar'y ajl or whom are foreigners, iy that thoy were given to understand before election that If Taft woro oloe.ted tholr pay. 'hrhuih,i .. i". , . .fc ntfflmSl' " ' ji. i i': isf4ii gg would bo restored to ?1.50 a day. it now U $1.35. Tho officials jf tho fac tories deny suoh a promdso was- mado Ytctcrday sevoral hundred Btrlkeis appeared on tho slrteis fiourNhing revolvers and when the dopty shcr IHs endeavored to dlsporo tho gath ering they were mot wilth a fusillade of stones. Thoy contlnaml to ad vance, hawovor, and tho strikers re. .treated. A nujiribcr of American workmen have roinalnod on duty at the Inter national Plro Proofing plant and wore ntitacked -by tho foreigners as they wero loavln? the factory. Deputy she Tiff 4 wore put on guard at itho fac stbry. .Karlynarniob of strikers galhorcd jtrjpund'tjio factory? .The foreignors ivoro armed wdtii 'heavy Iron pipes, ipllohfo !, -lubs, stones and so mo of thoni showed revolvers, t:io pollco say. Chief cf Police Hurko was In chargo ot (tho forco of daputlcs ntatloned In llio offlco of tho company. 1 Nothing of any- iconscquonco 'hap ponod until Chief Durko sont a man 'to briiii? lunch do tho deputies. When the messenger appeared at tho door he was met with a -shower of stones, which compelled him to retreat. The man duciceeded later In :;aving tho (factory unobssrved and secured tho food. Aa ho was returning to tlio factory cno of tho flrikers caught sight of hi in and Immediately thoro was a geirral nttook. The ninn.Vy good fortune, gained tho factory wilth. out holncj Injured. O'hen began a bombandincnt of stones, during wlildi nearly every window in Uio factory was smashwl. , , ,yaluq3of.. ;Raw.i Apples.' Many, persons fancy,, that raw ap ples aro.-0indgosiililojand only en durable t tjio early .morning. Doubt less l)q ,plij ndqgo tljat fruit Is gold In,1 th.e mIng, bllver in tho middle' of thp, day, .oid, lead nt night, Is to some wctcnl answcrablo for this (to my way of .thinking) erroneous Im pression. Dlotltlans tell us that ripe, raw ap ples contain more phosphntea In pro portion to their bulk than any other article of food, fish not excepted. A recent writer on this point boldly declares than In this lies tho secrot of healthful longevity. They correct biliousness and act as n spdatlvn up on tho racked nerves und nllay In- Mimiila. "Kat uncooked apples constantly, although, of courfo. in moderation, mid drink distilled water only, and years will bo added to your llfo, whilo tho evidences ot ago will be long In coming." This ursument Is based on tho sup position that, as age advances, the dpposts of mineral matter In tho sjslcm Increase, und that oelng is Uttla more than avgradual process of o$Blflcatlon. i;, jPitosphorlc, acidjiContnliiB'tliQ least amount ot earth saltsi and.nfor that rc.u'pn, Is probably ,t)ip nearest ap proach to tho elixir pf life known to tho sciontlllc world. If you want to live long, to retain your youth nt tho samo time and to Increuso your brain tissue, eat plenty of applps, drink only distilled water and eat ns llttlo bread as possible. Tart upples aro far more whole some than sweat, nd all, like pota toes, should be fully rlpo when eaten. Hot tartaric ncld will toko Ink stains out ot whlto cloth. WHAT WILL UNCLE JOE SAY? TARS ARE HAPPY American Sailors at Manila ObseryeJIhanksgiving in Typical Style. n iMnnila, Nov, 120 fTJl3 to Joyous anianksgUtnjst.dV .fprnienkOaMgrcat, ibatUcshlpsT V3iIlo buta mnll pivpor. itlon ot Uio total forco Is able to bo on shore, thoro nro real doing on (board, .where elaborate meals are be ing fecrved to be fallowed by the umuil sport and holiday 'making. Klghty s'F-ec-'al osmluot "7allcr3 were landl ifirom each or tho baittloshliw and en joyed a day on .shore. Punctuality In women. J-ack of punctuality Is a fault chargcab o to many women, and one that costs others much time nud con siderable Impatience. It certainly Is exasperating to wait 15 minutes by tho clock, and then have tho delin quent Inquire "Havo 1 kept you wnlt Ing?" And ninny moments nro thus wasted, generally because wo arc too much Incensed to ovon try to mako uso of them. But isn't the conscientiously punc tual person a llttlo apt to oxaggcrato her vlrtuo and appear on tile scene as much In advance of tllno as tho unpunctual ouo is behind It? To bo five minutes ahead of time Is n waste ot minutes wo cannot charge up to our friend's dllntorlness, unya tho Detroit Freo Press. It beats everything how long a minute can be when you're" vondei lng why on earth somebody doesn't como. If ono begins being vexed and Impatient too soon, tho ngony Is pro longed. In five minutes, the time tot, tho friend may be on hand, but ono has been perturbed and has a little vexation to overcome. Some people prldo themselves on waiting till tho very last car and the last minute of train time and then enjoy or seem to enjoy a frantic rush to "mako It." If ono Is travel ing with such a 'lorson thero Is but. ono thing to do. Don't worry. If ho or sho misses tho train or tho boat let them tako tho consequences. A few disappointments will teach thorn thnt tho unoxpected may hap pen, that n very llttlo TB1ay may prove tutal to their plans, and that ip aH, places where one must depend upon f public conveyance a margin ot time must bo allowed. ' To tlio housokecper, ono of tho most exasperating of family fnults la' unpunctunllty nt meals. To wait' wlijlo food cools and dries lu tho ovon and all things thnt should be hot get cold, and nil that should bo cold get lukowarm, is provoking. Duties are dolayed and plans disar ranged. Hut you enn't help It, therefore bo philosophic. Don't get excited and cross; take a book or your sewing, or He down and "nap it" then let tho 'delinquent seo tho moal ns it Is. You had it properly cooked at tho proper time. Don't npologlzo; it's up to, the party of tho other part to do that. When you can accopt such small trials of your equanimity with patljnc,e, the greater trials will not look, so large, . i it " McBrida In 8t. Louis Republic. PRESIDENT APPOINTS HBW PUBLIC PRINTER Washington, Nov. 20 President Itoosovclt today announced tho resig nation of Public Printer John ( . Leech, and tho appointment In his placo of Samuel 11. Doncilly, of Now York. Leech will bo given back his old po3lttr.fi at the head of tho print ing bureau of tho Philippines. Donnelly wa3 formerly president of the National Typographical union. GREAT AUTO RACE IS ON G.eat Speed Creations of two continents Try Conclusion Today. lAutoniuUllo Uaco Trook, SaMimuih, Ga., Nov. 20 nOvur a crooked exwirbe 2-3.10 nidlca in length the groat auto luobllo speed creations of European and Americans this morning started lu u iaco for tho grand prtlze ot Uio auto club ot America and prizes ag gietjatiiiB nearly $3,000 to Uio Amtirl. xn and nearly $12,500 to the foreign drivers. Twenty of tho world's fastest ma chines driven by daring men lined up to ple.iho tho crowd of 1.7,000 people. Pay .-In1. Kindergarten" Work ,Why Is It that this lino of work Is so-unrcmiiiiomtlve? It Is something that calls for as mnch patlericc.'ir not more, than Is expected of tcacllcrs In hlgluer hchool grades, yct'Uib salary Is ineagro and ouo must HorV'o nn ap prenticeship to get even ono 'of the worst paying positions. No ono knows but those who hnvo had children In their chargo Just what It takes to en tertain them, nnd this first year In preliminary training, ovon though mero play days, Is something that calls for lovo, patience, tact and a largo porcontngo of education. It Is a position deserving or n salary com mensurate with duties performed. No difference wlioro I havo lived, l havo always had a cotorio of llttlo friends, and through these llttlo ones who havo como my way I havo studlod the very depths of child nnture, their likes and dislikes, until I novor hesi tate to speak of them or for them, and whllo I dearly lovo tho llttlo folks of my acquaintance whom I havo gathered around me to amuse them with paper dolls, stories or make play houses, yet I havo found It n task at times, therefore my appreci ation of tho teachers who tako up tho work. for. a living. One must "dearly lovo children to understand them; n grown person must b'o'n child at heart, sometimos, to be oho ot them, and tho fact that a klndorgarten tonchor Is this, and oven moro, Is ono strong reason why sho should bo paid a larger salary. It Is not an easy task to learn tho rudiments of tho work, nnd It Is not everyone who can perform the duties oven then; and to thoso who can, glvo them more pow- . . Opium Is without doubt tho most valuable known drug; mercury and qu::ilr. como noxt In value, MANY DROWNED COLLISION OFF Steamer Finance Cut in Two and Sunk with 80 Passeng ers and Large Cre w Aboard All May Have Been lost Accident Occurs in Heavy Fog. iMAlNYz shrdlu mtwpy bgk etalonh Bandy Hook, N. J., Nov. 20 Los ing her way In tho donso fog that has held Uio fledt of liners off Uio hook since .Monday, the steamer Fin. once, of tho Panama-Now "York lino, vm cut in two by the Whito Star Freighter Georgie t:id saulc"' almost immediately a mile northeast of tho' outer point of Sandy Hook today. Sho had on board eighty pnnAehgcrs and a largo crew Life boats from all of tho stations about Sandy Hook are nt the scene of the wreck hut It COCHRAN WORRIES STEEL MAN WITH QUESTIONS Shows that Steel Men Can Compete Jwith Britons in Cana da Despite a 33 i-3 per cent Tariff in Favor of the Britons Profitable Day Spent by Stand Pat Ways and Means Committee. 'Washington. Nov. 20 Tho stand pat wiays and, means committee Wednesday. For .Mr. Tuft's benefit they turned ovor to Bourko Cochran, tho drat steel manufacturer to appear, and had a lot of. fun out of him. i f 3 t lUMIll., I. W llirr -,' flwinS .1 i ne j and Laugh. ...... .. .. ....e, w.,.,u..a w.u 1 Iln, Pittsburg, wa tlnx yifnest. Ho a3kcd for u tenth "oja "cant Increased duty on steel bars, offered to atand for a tenth of u cent reduction on Iron bars and said iron aud steel mien would not oppose a moderate and general reduction ot duties In the metal schedule. Mr. King was m phutle lu the statcmonl that the era do needed protection, however. tVx-hran got an admission from tho witness that Jones Si Laughlln can compete successfully against the British product in Canada despite a 3n 1-3 per cent, tariff differential In favor of nrlUsli goods. Mr. Cochran had a good time falling to tco why If this Is tho enso .Tones & Lauglilin can no compclo with Urith.li goods en iui equal basis at home, but iMr. King, demurred. tMr. Cochran brought out tho 'fact that tho .Jones & Ijiughlln firm has giidwn from n $100,000 Infant Indus, try. to a i$30,000,000 concern. It waa stated In tho hearing, though not by Mr. King, that this concern has ro fuwl an $80,000,000 offer from tho steel trust. ICochran'H point was that tills par ticular Infant seeancd to have grown up. Mr King reiterated that It still WRECK 0 SI HOLDS M Rescue Parties Unable to Enter Buring Sardinia off Malta Harbor Fifty Six are Still Missing Eighteen of Crew, One White Passenger ana Sixty-Four Natives are Dead LaPorte Jury Cannot Reach an Agreement. Valctta. llo of Malta Nov. 2G 1'escuo parties made up of marlens and tailors from warships in tho harbor aro ondeavoring to board tho still Hiioklng .wrecked liner Saullnla In tlio search for lod!o3 in order to definitely detormino tho number of deaths.' This work :s both difficult and dnugeiom as thero Is still much lire In tho hold. Thero nro still fifty six missing nil of whom It Is bellov- od are dead In tho wreckage Tho IN SANDY HOOK la not known If there was a loss of life, and tM cannot) he ascertained until tho life savers return. Tho first knowledge of Uio collision camo to tho observer In the mnnlnc tower hero when tho fog lifted shortly af ter ton 6'ckx'k. i fho dlnanco was then seen. l$ng wltii hcY. debit sulshcngcd and wtii her dock 'hotiMSj partly under water. Her boats Bhowod above sea, while her funnelM and mat stood upright. Aneliored In tho vlolnity wore tlio Georgia and tho tank Htoamer Ha-pcr-us needed protection, however. Ho did not havo a very pleasant afternoon and ,lohn Dalzell,, Sorcno Payne and tho llepubllcans helped him not' at all, but surrendered him to (Mr. Cochran's rhetorical torture. Ujist night Uio ttaii!i pa iters .wero expressing tho hope that tho president eie;i win noi -miss ins morning paper. Their rtght-auoui-facc dn methods Is In lino with Cannon's pacific statement ot last nlglit. "A soft answer" they believe, ''turncth away wrath." iF. S. Wlthcrbeo or New York, rep resenting a producer of Iron ore on Lake Champlaln, tald that Inula oould stand a reduction on Iron oro of from 13 per cent to 20 per cent Ho, however, udvisod the importance of keeping In mind tho poslblliUcri of tho Importation of large amounts of ore. William G. Mather, of Cleveland of Plckands, Mutler & Co. agreed that a cut of 1G per cent to 20 pel" cent amid be made. Itoproacntativo Coch ran, In trying to get tho witness tq say that tho entire duty couid, ho taken off Iran ore, secured an adnilB; slon that without fi duty the Lake $11. perlor Ore fan compete with nihan oro In 'In tho coat, make a closocpn-' test at PiUsburg and have an advan tage on L'iko Krlo points. Hq wojuid, mot admit that a duty ot 23' ceptjs a ton would bo sufficient. ' T" J. G. Butler,' Jr. ot Youngstown, spoko on behalf of pig Iron merchants, Ho nskod for a removal ot duty on ferro-niangnncso, used In tho manu. facturo of steel ANY VICTIMS death lrst, not counting Uio missing, ucludcs IS of the crow ono European passenger and -sixty foir Jfijtorcs. Uporto Ind, Nov, 20 -Jury In tho caso of ltay Lamphero. charged with tho murder of Mrs. Hello Gminess and children, today resumed consideration of the case. Four ballots wero takdn last night and tho Jury dcllheratod fix houis without any sllin of agree, nient. . AMR 1 f fl? m m xir t iM f'.4 i - .1 (i.