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?f.f V ' V, i h M . PAGE foot PTHE MARION X H. R. SNYDER, Manager. Foreign Advertising Manager, Frank R. Northrup h 225 FlfUi Ave, Trlbuno Bid. 8 New York. Clilongo. I ELEPHONL !! ! !! ffhis Paper Receives the United Press Telegraphic News Service and Market Reports. & Rates of Subscription. Single Copy :... . .-.-. . .-. 2c j?er Week by Carrier :.w. . . lc eBy Mail, Per Year .-... $3.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, Per Year . . . $1.00 V A IMtECEDHNT TO JM,OW. Mr. Booievelt offered a moat excellent precedent when ho refused to attend a banquet with Senator Lorlmer. The time has come to make tho corruptlonlsts of our body politic feel the weight of our social as woll ni political displeasure. Public sentiment has been sufficiently developed to make thli possible and It simply requires tho participation of men whose ac tion counts with the public. As long as our leading public men continue to met crooks and grafters on terms of equality Just so long will those crooks and grafters hold up their heads to the world unashamed. .As Mr. Roose velt says, all the abstract talk In the world against corruption will not avail IT we don't get down to concrete expression. The Colonel's nctlon was about ., concrete, as anyone could wish. It was startling but It was mighty edu cational. Senator Lorlmer had been convicted of graft before tho court of .public opinion and whether tho courts of law uphold that verdict or not tho 'Senator's character would not be effected. Tho law Is technical, public opin ion Is not. If Senator Lorlmer should be made to suffer at law It Is clearly the duty of society to see that he suffers socially. Otherwise the publicity of his connection with Illinois politics will mean nothing to him or men of his stamp. If he Is still received by the best people corruption becomes recognized as proper and Is raised about tho realm of crime, And that Is one of society's greatest faults today. It receives nien as friends after It has convicted them of crimes. After the preaching Colonel Roosevelt has been engaged In during his present tour It was Impossible that ho Xorlmer. He has been dwelling with especial force on giving concrete ex pression to our abstract condemnation of wrong doing. Had he done any thing else he would have been coiicted of the wrongs he had been condemning. ' a skhious mattou. The very large growth of the cities of the country, ns shown by tho census, Ls a cause for disquietude as well as congratulation. If this conges tion lit cities continues without a corresponding Increase In agricultural products the United States will soon cease to bo an exporting country, and will have to be competing with other Importing countries for food. If such should soon come to bo the case, tho sooner we take off all tariff duties on food products the better, so that matters may adjust themselves before tho actual pinch comes for enough food to feed all our people. The high protective tariff Imposed on farm products Is entirely useless as long as wo have a surplus that must be sold abroad, hut directly we begin to Import ever so little, the tariff on cattle, cereals and other food pro ducts would add to the normal prices of such nrtlcles, which would mean from 30 to 7G per cent. Increase In tho present high price of food. "Pa" Elklns, Katherlne's paternal parent, Is tho most many-sided Indi vidual who has lately come Into our ken. One morning paper states positive ly that he Is in Paris arranging for his daughter's marriage to the "dook" and another gives out Just as posltlvo an Interview with him somowhero down in West Virginia In which j,e for tho 9,999th time denies all possi bilities of his highness becoming a member of the Elklns family. By now "Pa" thoroughly understands what it means to have an International daugh ter and he undoubtedly agrees that enough Is enough. Our country certainly enn fortify tho Panama canal but until It becomes clear that It should be dono that Job should bo held up. So far neither Roosevelt nor Hearst have given nny good and sufficient reason for doing that work. So long as the canal Is neutralized and safeguarded by tho gen eral consent of nations there Is no apparent reason for it being fortified. As for the oversight, care and protection or tho canal that can be provided with email expense. It will bo necessary to do that anyhow. All tho canal needs Is proper police supervision. At least wo think so. That our country has the "right" to fortify tho canal Is quite certain. Health faddists, Raymond Duncanltes and other advanced advocates of higher Ideals of living may be cranks, but cranks make the world go round. We can't help envying the cool sensible clothing Mr. Duncan has been bravo enough to wear. Anything tending to show us tho artificiality of our every day life ought In time to have a good effect. I Another arctic explorer has returned. Ho reports the Esqulmos say fook lied about his North polo Journey. We began to suspect as much some weeks ago. , I Carmack's friends have made It so lee that he Will res I en the nnmlnntlnn i. . " " " """ '"in "no gei out or the limelight. I - ; Colonel Roosevelt Is back at Oyster Bay and -the country has tho net Results of his opinions. The Colonel now has a Job on his hands which will keep him in New York for a few days. Boston figures In thn renoim n (17(1 fl. . ImpTes6 bMt th'nK t,mt nb C,mnIer ! Now, we'll seo If there are anv F oods were full of 'em In New Hampshire. The country Is calling for Mr. ? A wild rumor Is in the air that Balllnger contemplates resigning. t Maine votes today. Both sides SOME NOTES OF j THEJUPIIGI From the State Capital 1 Made by a Busy Corres- ' nnnrlanf pondent. f " J AS OOOD AS THE BEST ,A stpry Is going around to the ef fect that In his campaign for the governorship Mr. Harding Intends to lienor Senator Dick, that militant and h.rd fighting Republican who receiv ed 143,000 votes at the primaries this year In favor of his re-election to the senate. Is this another example of Hard ing'1 Ingratitude, inconsistency and dls loyalty? Harding may Ig rwg'tie Ignor the i i rs4i'to tll0 tiifilnAfd: him fa ckwrote a "s Harding may Ignor Dick, but how rhe Ignor tho platform Dick wrote io convention which for governor? "stand by Taft" plat- S&" I NO. 9 w siitati should attend a banquet with Senator hot for Governor Pniinr.nn r.t t tn n .1.11 . .. . . ror .i ... ,.. . uu ioiiki nun among America's Uld d W"ld b0 l0 Bet bon for tno nltlmntn nna..m . ... . Balllngor to get out. are claiming It. form Ho consulted Taft before ho wrote It, and Wade Ellis helped him put it together. Harding .declared after his nomina tion that "stand by Taft" would bo his campaign slogan. Then he went to Beverly to nee Taft about how tho campaign should be conducted. If tho platform Dick wrote Is good enough for Tart and Harding, that makes Dick ns good as either Hard ing or Tart. Dick is ns good ns tho platrorm, ror a platform can bo no better than Its maker, Just as water cannot rlso above Its level. Then how can either Harding or Taft Ignor Dick In tho campaign this year? And If cither of thorn try such a thing, what will be the 143,000 Re publicans who voted for Dick at tho primaries do about It? WOULD WHEEDLE WORKWOMEN A dispatch to tho Cincinnati Times Star form Its special correspondent In Columbus states that labor leaders "threaten to have every labor organi zation In the state work against liar mon for re-election. That shows how the Republican pa pers In tho state are trying to make political capital out of tho streetcar strlko at Columbus. Tho Cincinnati Times-Star Is pub-J DAILY MIRROR arnham-Whlte, the English nvla tor, who recently won a hotly con tested neck-nnd-neek race In tho nlr between himself and Ralph Johnstone at Boston, Muss. The race was In a dense fog, and lasted forty minutes. By skillful Jockeying Johnstone man llshed by Charles P. Taft, brother of President Taft. It ought to bo very pleasing to tho Intelligent voters among tho worklngmen of Ohio to observo how tho Tafts aro counting on making a political ns'set out of every organization In tho statu. Every member of a labor union who voted for Toft two years ugo In spite of his Injunction record will probably consider it a political duty to voto ugainsl Governor Harmon this year becuusa tho governor has been noutrnl In his efforts to bring about an honorablo settlement of tho dif ferences between tho strikers and tho street car company, nnd culled out tho troops to suppress lawlessness which tho strikers themselves de plored. In this brazen attempt to prejudice tho worklngmen of Ohio against Gov ernor Harmon, tho crufty Republi can lxisses count on tho worklngmen being either Ignorant or or forgetful of tho fact that an recover of two big rullroad systems Judson Harmon had Jurisdiction over tho employment of 8,000 organized railroad men for two years, over 9,000 of tho same men two years longpr, and during all that tlmo had not tho slightest difficulty nor disagreement with them; that nil of his dealings with tho men we'ro through their regularly constituted committee; that ho never cut wages nolr missed a pay day. Tim Renubllcun bosses do not plnce a very high estlnmto upon tho Intel ligence, common sense or gratitude of tho worklngmen In unio, wneuier ur banized or not. If they expect 10 cujolo them Into voting against Gov ernor iiurmun jusi i" ih.-m fniiinr of Injunctions" nt Welling ton nnd his Brother Charles of tho Cincinnati Times-Star. THE VERY LATEST DISCOVERY Extra I Extra! All about tho latest Bcnsatlon! Roosevelt has discovered that two and two aro four. Sneclal announcement "Xtrnoruin- ary: tomorrow Roosevelt will discover that tho Sun rises in llio west nnu sets In tho south. All astronomers who havo been teaching that tho sun rises in tho oust and sets in tho west are villainously false and malicious fn kers, oven worso and moro mendac ious than tho nnturo fakers ln;rtn roro exposed. Supremely importnnt extra an nouncement extraordinary: Dny af ter 'omorrow Roosevelt will discover that tho moon shines In daytime In stead of nt night. All astronomers who hold to tho contrary aro malign nnd prevent evil doers, liars nnd fnlsl flcrs. Double extra special announcement most extraordinary: Roosevelt will continue making discoveries from day to day, which will bo heralded Im mediately by two carloads of special correspondents In tho choicest nnd most un-to-dato stylo of bllllngsgato suitable for publication In tho Out look, Inlook or Overlook. WHY LORIMER LOST OUT When told that Roosevelt refused to sit at meat with him, Lorlmer had nothing to say. What could ho sny7 It wouni 1,0 as much as ho could do to tmnn nnu Strong Points In favor of the Buckeye State Building and Loan Company as the place to deposit your moiiey. ' .1. Safety All money W loalicil on first mortem:0 on home, xht safest of all mortgage, loans. 2,r Convciilnrc. Centrally locat ed In llnnkln BulhlliiK, 22 West Guy street, Columbus, Ohio, .1. rroflt. Tlmo clcjiOHltfl liear flo ir rent Intmwt im-t , pay able In wiiil-jiniiual Installments. I, Ready foiioy. Yoi van havo your money at any llin. Notice am ft 1'ut &j9h,MS sets 91,200,000. JTHMIARION.DAILY ItHtROR, M0NDAvY,3E.lTEMBER 12, 1910. aged to keep In tho lead by quick dou bling nt tho turns, and even outdis tanced his rival to qulto some extent in the stretches. But his motor lost Its power at Inst nnd he was passed by Oruham-Whlto who Hew In tho fog until an hour und sixteen minutes hud elapsed. think and think that his . name should havo been Paul Morton In stead of Bill Lorlmer Ono trouble with Lorlmer ls thnt ho overlooked tho fact that "guilt Is always personal" unless you happen to havo boon u member of a Roose velt cabinet nt ono tlmu or another. Ql'ALIPIED BY EXPERIENCE When Koruker was a tandldato for a third term in tho governor's ofllco ho was opposed by the old Sherman (action with which Luyllu was iden tified nnd was defeated Tho third term argument wnsused against For nker with telling effect. Hut when Laylln cot Into tho of fice of secretary of state ho was not satisfied until hn had berved thruo terms In that olllce. With two candidates for a third term on Harding's ticket, It seems but natural that they would want a thlrd-termtr to manngo tho cam paign. HARRIMAN CAN'T COME BACK It Is easy enough for ex-Prosldent Roosevelt to shou "liar" nnd ravo about what people ..ni nowndays with reference to tho rolntlons which for merly existed between him und "My dear Mr. Ilurrlman." Hnrrlinnn Is dcud, you sco nnd can't contradict him. But that letter to "My dear Mr. Hnrrlman" In still preserved In tho nrchtves of hlst-m an a choice sam plo or political chicanery GOT IT nto.M TILLMAN It was real mean of Roosovelt to take his splto out on Lorlmer Just bccaUBo Ben Tillman treated him ox nctly tho snmo uny while ho sat In tho White House GO PREPARED Ardent epubllcnns who visit g. o. p. headquarters during the campaign nro ndvlsed to tulu tholr fur gloves with them. Otherwise, after shaking hands with Chalnnnn Laylln they will ilnd It necessary to Instantly thrust their bunds Into their pockets to wnrm their lingers Sept. 12 In American History. ISOO-Amlrow Hull i'ootc. naval hero, famous for bis exploits on the up per Mississippi In 1811'J. born; died ISO. 1670-General Henry A. Wise, jioted proslnrcrlst. ux-Rovcrnor of Vir ginia nnd a Confederate veteran, died at Richmond; born ISOil. 1000 William I.lojd Gnrrlson. bon and niinipsnlio of the noted nntl-slnvery leader, nnd himself 11 reformer and publicist, died at Lexington, .Mass.; born 1S.1S. ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. (From noon today to nbon.tomorrow.) Sun bets 0:11. Uses 0:34: moon sets 11:01 p. in.; 0 p. m., plnnot Mercury stationary. rh' Tho nnnual reunion of tho Miller ramlly occurred at DeClIffo Satur day with ono hundred and thirteen In attendance A large number of Ma rlon people were present. Officers elected for l'Jll were: Guy Miller of LnRue, president, nnd Mstf Miller of DcCIIffe, secretary Tho next reunion will occur tho second Saturday In September nt Lincoln park In this city SOLICITOR BOWERS DIES Was In Line For Appointment to th 8upreme Benclv Bovorly, Mass., Sept. 10, Presl. dent Taft was deeply grieved ut tho death of Solicitor General Lloyd Bowers, who was ono of hlB closost friends. The president Issued a state ment In which ho says it was his In tention to have appointed Mr. Bow ers to tho supremo court If tho op poitunlty had presented Itself. Tho prealdent'B reference to Mr. Bowers' prospective appointment to the bench "If opportunity had of. fercd" showB tliut Mr, Bowers was not slated for the vacancy existing ;iow or for that which will be created by tho withdrawal of Justice Moody. The statement Indicates that tho president regarded Mr. Bowers' par ticipation In the Important caBes Which are to be reargued noxt fall a nak ng Jilm InellKlhle for annolnt- I ment at this tlmo Tr " --""M WHMKIWW.rtil1 UNIVERSALIS! MEETINGS HELD Sunday Sessions Held in Lincoln Park. CONFERENCE YEAR CLOSES Methodist Pastors Review Year's Work. Congrcgnlloiiq llmo Requested the Return of ltcH. I). II. Italley und II. V. Mcl'learj Chuisli News of Sunday. Sunday was tho really big day with tho Sawyer Association of Universal 1st churches whose meetings began hero Frldny evening and closed Sun day e onlng. Tho sessions Sunday were held In Lincoln park and thero was qultu a largo attendance. Rev. O. O. Colgrove, stnto superintendent, of Plain City, preached a very helprul sermon at 11 o'clock. Els subject was "Tho Gospel of Christ, -Which Is tho Power of God Unto Salvation," and ho. drow some very Interesting lessons. Hewiii heard by more than two hundred Interested persons. Following the nioriilug service there was n picnic dinner In tho grnvn. At 2:30 In tho afternoon, Rev. Lot tie I). Crosloy, of Belleville, spoke at some length on "Tho Unity of tho Spirit" Three members wore iidilul to tho Marlon congregation following the aftciiioou meeting. Sunday evening the association meeting dost d with n platform meet ing in tho hall over Beverley aid Schneider's store. Tho meeting throughout wns One of tho most enjoyablo and successful over held by tho association and tho delegates dopurtcd this morning with highest words of pralso for Marlon people. They wero especially pleased With tho courtesies extended them bv tho management of tho park. As a result or tho meeting tho building fund was Increased, 23B. Tho marrlaco of Mr. iiui s.nii.. and Miss Adclahin ivmiiimu ...nJ H'rifinnltri Saturday evening nt the homq of Mr. and Mrs. Oooigo Klinefelter on soutli High street. Tho simple but Impressive sorvlco was read by Rev. C. E Buerkle. Tho brldo Is a popular young Ma rlon lady with n host of friends. The groom is an omnlovn of thn Rimm shovel shops. They will resldo In this city. Ferdinand Plnncy Earlo, tho ar tist, famous now tho world over as a man hot after Vullhiltles" but who acordlng to latest reports ls tirpd of tho futul alllully hunt that y6hn nothing but misery ror htm. Enrln iccontly sailed secretly for Franco In tho hope of meeting his llrst wit.) Emlllo Fishbachcr, and ask her to take him back despite the tinpJo'hs unt past. Tliorf first Mrs. Early was left In order that Eurlo might wcl Miss Julia Kuttncr of New York. His happiness was short-lived. His brldo sued hint fornnitlineut,tudftlaWi tho nasriimfillyTMRS Gertrude Tllio'li m r j " LEAVIiTS ."The Last Supper" to he Exhibited Here. VALUED AT $100,000 Artist Will Accompany his Painting. Ono of Hid World'H Giwit Paintings to lie Seen at Aiinory for Ono Week. Brought Hero by King's Daughter. Marlon pcoplo will havo tho op portunity of seeing ono of tho world's grentest paintings within tho present week. W. 11. Leavltt's masterpiece, "The Last Supper," w'lll be on exhi bition for one week ni thd Armor, tile old Baptist church on east Ccntcr street, beginning Saturday, August 17. This jilcturc, which is valued at $100, 000, Is ilfteen by twenty-two feet In sl.c. It has been shown with great success throughout England, lrehuil and France and ranks with thu great paintings of tho world. Mr. Luivltt, Who Is tho divorced huHbnud of Ruth liryan, will uccoin hnsbund of Ruth Bryan, will uccom cxplnlnlng his woik, Mr. Lcnvllt Is an Anii'ilcfiu and gullied iilto a reputa tion ns an aitlst licforo going to Paris a few years ago. "Tho Lust Supper" was painted then' In bin studio, and ic'iulrod two jear.s of con stant lubor. Tho Kind's Daughters of thu Meth odist church of this city succeeded In bringing tho picture hoio and thu proceeds of tho admission fio will go to their society, it has been on ex nlbltlon In many of tho larger cities of Ohio, and Marlon people aro great ly pleased over bringing It heie. .Wf Lciivltt Is now In Dayton. T OHimilON For Bronchitis Danger of Misapplying Remedies For the Snake's Throat. By United Press Wlrn. Now York, Sept. 12. Tito Bronx pnrk zoo has tho bronchitis, sK feet Uf It from his actions tod?v liii Indicated that ho considered him self the hardest luck animal In tho out-lit. The zoo physicians ale hav ing tho utmost difficulty in treat ing tho python, not knowing Just how rar down 8ils bronchial tubca extend nnd fearing that If thoy ap- MASTERPIECE TRUTH I AKEAM& Your Vacation Trip IN irradifini; your mmincr vacation be jure that part of it, at lcatt, is spent on tlie Great LaLet. It is the most pleagant and economical trip in Amer ica anJ you will enjoy every minute. All the important porta or tie Great hJrts are readied regularly by tlie excellent service of the D, & C, Lake Liucj. Tlie ten lari'e steamers of this fleet are of modern steel construction, propelled by powerful engines and have all the qualities of speed, safety and' comfort. The United Wireless Telegraph Service used aboard. Tickets reading via any rail line between Oetroit and Ilulfalo, Detroit and Cleveland arc available lor transportation on D. & C. Line Sle&mers In either direction. The D, df C. Late Lines operate daily trips between Detroit and Buffalo Detroit and Cleveland, four trips weekly letweeii Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac Island and way pbrti. and two tups weekly between Dctioit, Hay City, Saginaw end way poita. A Clove'and to Mackinac special steamer Will be operated from lime 25 to September 10, leaving Cleveland direct for Mackinac, slopping at wsuwn ruiuuic cvciy ifip aim at uuuBiiui, win, vc,7 uuicr tup. Specl.il daylight trips between Delroit nnd Cleveland daring July and August Send "-cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet and Great Lakes map. t AJJrsa L. G. LCW1S, G. P. A DETROIT G. P. H. MCMILLAN, PflCB. ply tholr remedies too low, stomnch disorder might result. Six fcot of what Is bellovod to bo tho python's neck has bum wrapped in porous plasters. Big danco tomorrow night by .Ma rlon band nt Scluvlngcr hall. It Who ScintcbecY llio Bathtub? Nice, porcelain bathtub, too; nnd all thu folks thought It was Just, lovely. But somebody was washing I". out mid usVl common laundry ponp tho ycllowXklnd with rosin nnd strong caustic int and away went tho enamel and tlc finish. (If thnt kind of soap wlllXhicrm porcetnln oiiamel, what won't tlo to clothes?) Hewitt's Easy Task soap, tho pure, white, antiseptic, flve-ccnts-a-cako kind, will not harm anything, hut dirt. Try two cakes and get your money back If It Isn't ns represented. Wo expect lnlckleherrlcs tomorrow. R. T. Lewis & Cio. It Mrs. Knto Woolsey of Covington, Kentucky, who has Just returned to the United States from tho Congress of ,Freo Thought advocates held In Brussels. With tho exception of Mrs. Curie, tho discoverer of radium sho was tho only woman In nn asscm- bln;o of 1500 delegates. Tho conven tion was opened with a prayer com posed by Mrs, Woolsay. Sho dilates greatly oa tho prominent pnrt taken' In tho contention by tho Belgium premier JT safe m A. A. SCHANTZ, GENi Man. iaBJRIttgjlWPffitMrawMJB TTrTlrWr i ff f if TYiwW i HRon' IROTCi x Av ?! ilk '! 41 "'I VI '.' ttamsa ,fa --!! I. iiVilin. -..i..fiy t;,,i I ' l ti1' yi