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BE MARION T,ijrBOB,WE3DAY,JAARJJ,191-2. PV "--'viMi,H(j(ttow , aHft1ij wn ., , ,,.. . . r J"- -.. J t-W-:Jhr;$-; . .- A. THE ilARION DAILY MIRROR si aw. Anything to Soil? (Do It through tho Classified Columns of : ,The Daily Mirror Want all the News? Oct It by reading carefully tho Columns of tho The Daily Mirror (VOLUME XX NUMBER 148. MARION, OHIO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1912. PRICE TWO CENTS U I rm " ilr-v v k. f. t J n ' ' eI -x. . i 1 SUN'S CABINET PROGRESSIVE x ' r i i Much Satisfaction Expres 'jjped in ,China When it is Announced. WU TING FANG IS MEMBER Secretary of Foreign Affairs Chen Chin Tao Head of Treasury. Dr. Sun is Given Tremend ous Reception on Way to Nanking. Tank Shao Wl Heslgns From Got cm incnt Ho Is Kiilliiisutstlo Otcr He- public and May Join Vimn Ho fuses to Hceoffiilw President Sun. Nanking, JanT" 2. Much satisfaction is expressed hero today over the mitko- l up of President Bun Yut Suns cnb- Inat, which was announced today. All tho ministers aro regarded us able ana piogrosslve. Dr. Wu Ting Fang Is uccrotary of foreign affairs nnd Chen Chin 'Too, one of tho lending llnanclcrs of tho south, Is head of tho treasury - jp'Xrteso ministers Will Uo tho closest "ndvlscrs ofthonow creculvo and up- .on their sliodlders" will rail much of tho work of constructing n. now China t-. r, .... J .a. 1. t..i ,.. , T)r Hun arrived hero rt'estcrda y Shanghai. Ho waslrtven a'tremt from tremendous -rfjECcptlom, at overu irtop onrnule His f lrst Offltlnl at, ior lielng Innu- -rurateuV'wnil to change thij calendar no that tho llrat day of tho year In China would full on tho now year's ilny adopted by tho Jmijortty of other countries. Following Dr. Sun's Innug Mratlon there wuh n col3hrfltlon that luited until early today. ,81uingliul, Jan. 2. Tnng Hhtio Wl. chief representative of Premier Yum bin Kal nt tho peaco conference, re ceived notlco from tho premier today that his resignation hud boon accept ed. Tang hnu hecomo enthusiastic over tho republican Idea, and It would oc casion no surprlso hoio should ho of- tit his services to Prcsldont Sun iat SeriNA dispatch from' Peking this aft- .ci'fiaonimtated thnt Yuan Shi Kal hart Wcuredi it large nmount of money from 'i".cu1tli Miinchuswlth which to con tinue (ho ntrttfglo against tho revolt! . tlonlsls. Yuan refuses to fccognUo 13rHun Yat Son nnd will conduct IiIh fUturoTrJi'iiUnrt Vltliyu Ting Fang, the former minister to Washington, who. Is now bho of .tho rnvohitloniirj 'Sfa ri i CW &iyj lug dispute Yuhn a ?y ' 'U tllo . vorgg of distraction ovor "hiy failure to copo wiui yio 'rpvom- tionlsts nnd tho fear that hut ho w cd B moi Will bo poisoned. Tho iircmlof .tp V lood that Is not prepnre embers1 of his Immcdloto family and Is trou- pbfMKwlth Jnsomnln. 1 f Tho members of tho royal family al ready look upon him ns a traitor and It Is hcllovcd ho Is In as much danger from Manchus as fro mrcvolutfonlsts. Nanking, Jan. 2. In an Interview given out hy Dr. Sun Yat Sen, presi dent of tho republic of China, tho now cxccutlvo takes an optimistic view of 'ho work of jchabllltntlon. Ho said: "China will soon bo peaceful. -A mili tary government Is i.ecessnry at this tlmo but. within n very fow weeks I expect to si tho country In such a condition that civil rulo will bo pos- lb)c. Our .difficulties aro UoKig greatly .simplified becnuso practically tho on- Iro Imperial nrjny )jns becomo ropub- anizeu sinco ino ainnaiica uui in cited. Thoro uro now only two dl- Hons who remain loyal to tho old or of things and U is finite llkoly tlicso will como ovor with us. I Posldont Sun cxpiesed regrot over kiort from Wu Chung that tho ro- llcan soldiers thoro had begun a liurdment of Hankow. Ho bollovcs Lhnd not tho soiaiers been hasty ling, tho struggle with tho dy- woiild havo torminated without I r bloodshed. It Is llkoly thnt or- Ivlll ho sent nt ouco to Wu Chang II off tho Vomhiirdinont until aft- national convention can conveno lo purposq or ueiinitoiy settling Ituru form of government. 'hilisophical Phelix. oiiio VBvnii':n h,Wv JIMP' omI r ifr mrmi-T y w - - - - JJ- -. I OCV. N tS OUt' J , J A y I f 'tJIUl I .r- AT. A I I mm,:X "RiEPqaUi mef ti ,vMiugHurom tffar&s VI vWBSslSw vjm- jc? " wmmMBl ii o-i kiaBiK IMPERIAL ID REV Tien Tsln, Jan. 2 All or tho Im perial troops at Ian Chow, capital of tho tprovlnco vt Knng Su, Joined tho republicans today. Tho soldiers arc under tho command of Wnng Wol Tze, a deputy or Yuan tihl Kal nnd thoy announced that they will hogln to inarch toward Poking tomorrow. Tho troops aro splendidly onulnimd and a majority of tho lino offlcoM are foreign soldiers of fortune Knng Su province u-hb always noted Tor Its loy alty to the throne and tho tictloh of tho Imporlal troops lndlcntos that tho last supporters of tho dynasty aro de serting. This Is taken ns n sign that the disintegration of tho .Maiichu dynasty is Inevitable. Tho army In Knng Su. ono of tho northern provinces that ns nlways been most lojal to tho throne, will bo In a position to co operate effectively with tho republi cans In the south shoul 1 they decldo to move upon Peking Dissatisfaction hn been spreading among tho troops in nil the northern uOMPERS DENIES INSULT TO FLAG Wnshlngtoii, Jan. 2. An Innocent lulutlon of the federal statute prescri bing respect for tho ling, which hns ecu "distorted" Into an Issue by ono- mlcs if oignnlitcd labor, wits tho way l'( deriitlon of Labor ofllcluls today explained the ropoit Hint tho unr do pntttnent hnd been furnished with photographs mid proofs of an occasion in uakland, California, when Prcsl dont Samuel Qompors and other lead ers "trampled on tho Amorlcan Klug.' according to ofilofsls hero tho story In an old one. It wns oxplilnod thnt tho ling was draped over a tnblo in n lralPln Oakland which stood on n I'lntform lAhlnd which (Joiiipoih pro- rlded. When tho Inbor lomlup jii,in lo speak, !t was stated hero, tho uiidl- dencn demiinded n bolter look nt him, t.Ml In u momont or enthiislnsm. Compels climbed to tho tnblo top. J. A. UrtlMF Iivai, i a 11... i t WAS r KZ. UBU.hn.S'. ' ncC0"l," aofupors In nil address, did thtf snmo I lldnif. , ,f t I l.abor iirnelaN hrfio 'nilmlltcd Hint thoy woroiid vised that H.o wan depart- mink nf uivyjKnijip, wpj aucgea c 'sos of Insult to tho Mag tho Oak hind Incident and another which oc curred nt New York In tho pnrado last l-ahor ilny. . A big American Dug wss carried by thrco men In tho parade, nnd a sign acked speetatois to make silver con lilbutlons- to the MoNumnin defense fund. Tho ling was carried so that It foimcd a sort of canop, and coins wcro thrown on It. Eventually mo many coins wete thrown In tho ling thnt tho standard had to Ju partially dragged along the ground. At I-'ed- cratluu hendiliiuitors It was stntcd tluit a moving picture concern took a number of pictures of ho ling being drugged along the street ilnd Inter labor lendcis hoard thnt tho war do pnrjmcnt had boon lurnlshcd vfltn t icho pictures. Judge Advocate O'iiienil Alnswo'rth, nt tho war department, admitted thnt ho hnd received pictures alleged to show an Insult to tho ling hut de clined to discuss tho nwttor. Washington, J.an. r, Denying with nil tho emphasis at his command that ho had stood on an Amur loan ling whllo delivering an nddross at tho J.ubor day colouration nt Oakland, California, Prcsldont Gompois, of tho l'cderatlon of Labor, today declared: "I would us Hot Insult tho memory of my revered mother us tho ling or my country." Gompois also assorted that hu had fvuiy ruason to bollovo that tho pic ture put porting to show that ho stood vpo i tho Hag, wua 'built up" nnd a "ful o." Tl Is plcturo Is now In tho hnnds of tlit var dopartmont. It wns (orwai li ed & Judge Advocate aanarul Almf worth In a piotcct ugalnst nllugod In sults offorud ther Huh: by labor load ers, A A HoliiNCllulcd After 18 lIouiH. elawaro, o Jan. : Ao- iparcptly .doad for is hours, Mrs,i Well Dunham, 415, hus hcon resuscitated from 'tho of fncts ogiis fumes nnd Is now LyeryprecunoiiB condition omo noro, itiscapiug a gas pinto ovar- Mhllo sho was bath- fell to tho door. n, becoming nlnrm- sonco, wont to tho and after bronk- door, found tho rontly dead. Sho f conscious for two f clans woro called i king with hor for ii was resuscitated. o t" Work. tn, Pa. Jaiu s Ro- is mv 1 getting Chm Schwftu tllmt rv- mKm TTrTTVT"a IVlVJilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHHf' $?-mW& ' in.'Mf n& iMI"!'l PS IN UTIONARY FORCES provinces hecauso of the Inability of tho government to jpny them. Agi'Dts or tho Republicans havo promised them regular pay lr thoy would Join tho robolm. Should tho spirit of revolt extend northeast, tho escape of the toial family from Poking would bo almost completely cut oft except by tho coast. News from the capital todnv Is Hint tho Manchus ar6 preparing for tholr last stand. Thoy aro said lo havo elaborate preparations for a mnswero to begin with the llrst warn ing that tho republicans arc marchlnc toward Peking. , Dougcr and Ihnporor Fleelnjr. fit. Petersburg, Jan. s. Tho do wager omprees nnd the sven-yenr-old emperor of Chllm nre fleeing to wards Zhlkhe, on tho Mongolian fron tier, according to dispatches from Peking todnj Iloth nre In disguise It Is believed here that the Intend to place themsclvrs under Husslnn protection. v v, a a v. v k a j ti Itcbliko to V. H. S A Parh, Jan. 2. li Intrnn- S 'A elgonnt, In what appours to A A Jmivo been an Inspired state- A A incut, lonlKht declared tho ib- A A soncu of French Ambassador A A Jules Jiisserand from AVash- A A Ingtou Is homothlng In tho na- A tliro of an official rchuko A fjjpm Frnnco for Prwldont Taft A leciiiisC;. of his nttltuda tdvuinL' A iJ f jcua.sia in 'imj ai;riigniioii A iflio ( troiity of 1832. Fi A ''hfffi" Hnsslil aio closely i A MJylrortty and dt Ih sid iltissin ' in 'tn; abmgntioii vl A vmnco A mlllcil A troittv and lit 1h said tho A Froric"h govornment resents A AWoriwi's ncttou. A i: a i r r ri il)do Tilal Is Delajcd. , Now York, Jan. 2. When tho trial of Onirics 11'. Hydu, formor uity hrlbc u,r tloi"lltlttr ilty monoy In fifvore-d banks, wan coiled lodny bo- foro JiihIIco Vornun M. IXivIh. It do UQuwei that Justlco Htaplotofi, of Droiiklyn, nstuiduy unjoined Iplslrlet Altoriioy Whltniiui from iirocuodlpg with tho cu.-H! until Justbu 1-olunaii hud thnnded down his du-lfttou' upoli Hjde's upiHeatloii for o .nllango or vonuo. Tho cuso, thotoWire, W'ont off tho calondar. . t In his Injunction, Justbo titttpluton snld: t"IIo fHydo) nhows that for months siibsuiuiont to tho Indictment, by ve hement and opproblous rhanictorlji tlon, a poworful, wldelv clrviilatod, earnestly road, IngenoiiM press lhnd exorcised Its liberty to oNeerato him." .TtB(iep, NKW8 ITIlM J'rpsWeat Toft In wwhI cJttcs lu nii.iff"'' to "to IN v..vvvr-- ymy mm ns &Kh y f c V- V iiitHtir l mX XXXN wen. m Ai MEN MEETIN All Morning Arrivals Aro Men Close to W. J. Bryan. PROGRESSIVE FOR PRESIDENT That is Slogan Oppose all hut Progressives For Delegates. Harmon's Name Not . Men tioned in tho Reso lutions. Claim Sordid Intcrcsls Arc Now Try lur to Thwart Purposes ot Sis and a Hair Million Democrats Predict Disinter Without Progmtshc. Columbus, O., Jan. 2. Opposition to Governor Harmon's presidential ambitions wns the keynote xotiudcd by a nuinbor of Democratic stnto loa'dorD who camo to Columbus today to hold what thoy characterized as a "Progressive1 Deinnorntlc conference" Nowhero was any effort made to dlsgulso tho fact thnt tho prime ob ject of tho oonfoionco wiib to devise wnvs and ihonns'of lighting Harmon for tho control of the Ohio delega tion to tho iioxt national convention. Practically all the arrivals up to the noon hour were Democrats close to William Jennings Ilrynn. William AV. 'Diirbln, Domocrallc nominee for stnto auditor In 1D08, n!p poiirod to bo In churgo of the meet ing. In the resolutions to ho offered this afternoon, Oovornor Harmon in not mentioned by name. The resolutions, ns prepared by Durhln and lormer r'ongrossman John J. Lenta of Colum bus, rofor to tho Democrats present at tho conference ns "ploneor pro gressives In the Democratic iranty lit Ohio," nnd roiiilud tlio people of t Ktn to that "ccrtulu selfish, sordid u'l morconnry agoncles. lmo for some tlmo boon and nro now actlvutln tholr elTorts to thwart tho purposes and hopes of tho six and n Jiair million men who votod the Democratic ticket oveny tlmo tho Dmnocmtlc iiMllonal eoiuontlon gnvu them u progrniMlvc platform and a iM'ogrosslvo louder." Wmit N'i liackwniil Slop. Attention Is caned to tho fact that tho lurgcKl voto over polhil by n DemoenBtlo ticket, "mh In tho throw times when the party had a platform nnd a candidate, snllstaulory to Uio progressive Demoonicy of tlui coun try." Tho TCMolutlons ilhuli dot. Inn for four propositions: lNrtrt, that no backward step shtill bo taken b) thp party either In Its platform or In tho ienflor ilanied for prosldont. second, hAt to (nsuro n progrostilvo platform ii)d ti 'progressive oHiidldato tho rank nnd fllo of tho thirty must tnke steps to elect 18 "faithful, tried and truo" ilelogutos from Ohio; third, "Ui pro tect tho progroeslvo Democracy of Ohio against the possibility of any traitor among tlicso 48 delegates, It Is Imperative that no udvowite, nsio clnte, protector, ally, agent, counsel, attorney, receiver, chuiuplon or hire Coiitliiucil on Pugo Tin iv. THINGS BOOMING, POLITICALLY, IN i . u HELP"'., U ll(nnnlnsr tq follow Senator tuiwt thfpcllg nrojiscd.liy tho W'Ji tuitet tUffpcllug rWicd ly t-w jwjw tK,' ' w iS5w WU. '1 NVNNNN?N NU t5 w,, vwsfrT POLICE CUT EMI CASE , " No Evidence Obtained to Connect Wife With Mor row's Death. SHE IS HELD ON $25,000 BOND Inspectors Expect to Forco a Statement From Widow Today. Believes Husband Discover ed With Young Man Boardor. Chicago, Jun 2. After working on tho mystery surrounding tho death of Charles 11. Morrow, slnco early Hundny morning when his widow. Hone I). Morrow, wns arrested on n charge of murder, tho police have been imHilo to glvo any explanation of tho case. No ovldenco has been furnished connecting tho woman di rectly with the tragody. Tho Inipiet Into Morrow's donth wns reopened today by order of Coroner Iloffmnn, nnd Inopoctnr Cluncy of tho police submitted the evidence which a siind of detectives hnvo gathered In an or fort to subitnnttata tho murdor olmrgp. iClnncy 1ms Insisted on a $2S,000 Imll ror tho wnmnn nnd nimble to obtain bondsmen she has been forc ed to remain In a coll. Tho pollen havo relied principally on the Information given thorn hy Attorney Cutlrbort D. Potts, an In timate friend of the dcml Inventor. Potts is today In n seml-cdnsclous condition as tho rosult of a fall on nn Icy sidewalk yesterday. Ho will bo unnlilo to appear at tho Inquest. The police have run down sevcrnl hoarders nt tho Morrow homo on Prulrlo nveniie nnd hnvo secured their utolles. Tlloso pooiplc- loft tho plncn as soon us they found they might bo Involved In tho tragedy. Tho police, uncording to a. state muiit mndo today, ellne to tho theory thut'lra. Mijr'rwv nml"8nu of her yiung mtiu bnajors w$rd Discovered together by JJorrow and thSt it quar rel followed which roeultSl In the slaying of tho cldorly huMlJnud. Inspector Clancy oxpocts. to forco n statement from the widow today. '.Mrs. Morrow feels conlldont of ac. (initial of the charge. So doubtful woro the pollto of tholr evidence agnlnst her that tho woman was al lowed many unusual privileges yes tordny. Shu was permitted to go homo, under guard, to collect house, 'hold nrtlolos to be talcon to the Jail nnd (Ti tho aftoruoou tho cell room was turned Into a recoptlon hall whoio a scoro of Mrs. Morrow's lodgo and club friends called upon her and pledged themsolvos to help hor. Mrs. Morrow told those friends thnt tho cliurgo that sho wns wrongfull withholding hor hubnnd'H property -was untrue. Sho suhl tho Pralrlo avenue home, valued at S40,000, camo to hor through nn nnte-nuptlnl agreement. Sho admitted Unit she had qiinrrolod with hor huwbnnd shortly boforo his donth and doclarcd that she had boon in .mortal four that ho would nttutk her. OHIO , IfcaVollctto Un,o1 Ohio, speaking couslu wan JH,t tuo aumisHimi IAFTW ILL FORCE TEDDY 0 Hilles to See Roosevelt and if Latter is Candidate Taft Will Withdraw But if He is Backing La Follctte the Fight Will go to Bitter End Mr of Mystery About White House Hilles has Disappeared. Washington. Jan 3. Political cir cles were astounded this afternoon over u icport, credited to certain well known Taft leaders, thnt the presi dent hns determined to force Colonel Hoosovelt Into tho opon In tho con test for tho 1912 nomlnntlon of tho Ilcptridlcan convention. This rumor, which no ono nbout tho AMhlto House would discuss In any form, was thnt Secretary to tho President 1 lilies Is onrouto to New York to tell Colonol Hoosovelt that Mr. Taft will not light for tho nom ination, but will withdraw If tho formor president Is ronlly n oandhrstc for tho nomination. Hilles- disappeared from tho Whlto Houso Inst night. Ho Is bellovod to bo enrouto to New York, whero ho Is to confer with Otto T. Itnnnard, tho Now York banker, who was a New Yonr's guet at the Whotp Houso Then, It Is mid by thoso backing today' rsumor, Illllns will go to see Colonol Hoosovelt. If tho latter is u candidate thon Ts-ft will nnnounes that ho Is not seeking a now renom latlon. However, should It devolop thnt the colonel Is backing Senator f-a Follettc ror the noinlnntlon, thon tho Taft campaign for renomlnatlon for renomlnntlon will go on nnd cerj effort will be made to prewM the Wisconsin senator capturing the dele- gates to the convention, according to reports tint fctlrrod ipallllml Wash- nothing to sav and that tho roport Ington todav ( rs would vast their tlmo by rs Ho far n Taft It eontcrned. he and malnlng at the office. That is Way Columbus Conference looks Close A Friends of Roosevelt Fight Endorsement of ,Ia- i i Follette and it Roftsn't dn Thrnndh. . : ? I. i -- . .. WVWB Columbus, o, Jan. 2. A doMti Pr fiesshcM of National Imiioituuco to day spread out over OliK to continue tho light for Progtesslvo inlnclples started by Senator I.,n Folletto on his ti.ur last week. Glftord PInchott nd Siuaeois Clsiip and Wolks hetidod the speu kers who will renin In in tho st.ito irost of this week. Tho coiiforenco of Piogri ilu yes (iday did not ludoiso li follotto for Piesldeut because of the. wish oxpross od by tha hunutor and his advisors that this action l tUrorrud. A strung peionl oiidursemcnl or tho Progres sive lender was uihpted, howovor, by n vile of more tmn seven to ono us follows: , "Wo consider Itobert M. U Fol letto to bo tlio llvlnir ombodlineiit o tltu prlnclplns of the Piogielvo movo- ment ond 'Indorso him ns the logical loudorr to curry thum to u succossrul ftiiltlon, mid wo Invito till Progres sives to. join us In tuu light." Tho Anireionco did not bind the Ohio Progosslvoii to Iai Follotte'8 oaudl- UjJVy but tho sentliuont wns iirautlmilly .tTiianlmnuH In favor of tho Wltconsln Kuintor. ANOT11HH VIKW OF IT. Iluio Is tho way the Stnto Jollinal views tho result of Monday's confer ence of progressives: Prnctlcal politics, us played by Stnto Chuli limn Walter F. llrown. hacked by Ki'oiioveit Hepuiillonus, won over on tliuslnsm fur tho presidential candi dacy of Senator Ilobort M. J. a Follette ycsteiday In tho Ohio Piogresslvo llo publloau I.eiiguo, which wns orgunlud nt an all-duy meeting of 150 doUgutoH In tho Clmrmbor of Commerce Audi tot turn. Tho duhnto which precadad the turning down of tho lu Follotto lot cos lasted four hours and was imuked hy blttornoMS. Standing nhuuldur to qhouldur with ho llrown following tor tho Tolodoan wjik not a dulugnte woro formor Chief Knrtor Gilford Plnchot and Jamoa H. anrllold, close friends or Hoosovelt, v hllo opposing them In the conferences uiu on 'ho floor of tho convention woro llnltod States Senators Mobcw IS. Clapp vf Minnesota and John 1). Works of California. Personalities wuio ludulgod In and opon chnigps weio mndo In tho debate piecedhig the voto that tho delegates i)iiosliig it La Follotto indomamant voro pioiwrlng to go Into the Taft "Q.mp. The dlsouHslon -lecuma ho por honul tit ono point that Mr Plnchot wns compelled to denounce a, stato nints that he was jdoyintr Into iha hands 'of tho onem s of tho progress pivo movement POMJC CONC12PH TA1A vn'ium Mr rinchot, Judgq IX. M. Wuna- A 1 his managers Insist they con defeat a Follotto on tho lloor of tho national convention, and thoy Insist that oven tho support ot a Follotto by tho form er president would not draw much material strongth from Taft. It Is snld If IIIIIcs finds, out thnt Hoosovelt Is backing tho iA Follctte boom then ho will demand Ihnt WIN Hum Ilnrnes, Jr., chnlrrnftn of tho New York Stnto Hepubllcun commit tee, keep tho promise hofmada when olected chairman nnd soo thnt;' a solid Tnft delegation Is elected from tho Dmplre state, to tho national canven tlon In Chicago nextJuno. There wns an air of myBtcry'bout tho Wltc Hquso todny, Tho presi dent sent word tMlt ho woultfiro- .celvo no calleis and remained lnWthcV. library till day. Tho regular cnbTUct meeting ,set for ttfdny, wont over without warning and It Is said that It was postponed by direct order ol the president. ". Mystory also surrounded tho wherb; nljotits of Jlocrotury Hlllcs. Tho Whlto' Houso staff profostid professed not to know whore ho -was. New York, Jnif. 2. Colonol Itooso- veil busied himself with personal busl. ness nt the Outlook offlco today anil tilfuscd to iIIkurm polltlbal affalra When reporters sent In card stho m onel sent back word that ho hail f - V - maker cf Akrvn ami others dfiolarcd they er for Ut Follotto, but, they Insisted Hhrowd politics would bo to I if inln from an Indnrsomoril. This v-H denied by Senators Clapp ond Works and other spqakora. They In ilslod the prograsslvo movement, to bo succohsful, must have a loador. Hy Kcveml speakers Hoosovo'.t wns do ii'iuncud us u loader not In sympathy with tho progicssUo movement. Leaving the convention Imll. E. W. IJooty or Cleveland declnred, "Anll Tnrt Is our candidate now. The Tiirt forces wll clean utf np.' Hie sentiments waru. oschoed by fel low delegates troth Cuyahoga and hy Ciuclnimtl men, tyo'.yflxo I ollctto wanted a'n,' Juifuti Insisted LU orsoment from Ol.lo progroslven..i, .Thft lll-fcollng, It l rured, mny ijlHrupt- tho organlsin tlon. Tuft men t(jo,H- this Ivew of tho situation lapt nighty The rosolutlon tmfXn Folletto was picsanted hy D. 1 Mook or Clovoland: l-'HANKLY OPI'O'SK! TAFT. Tho llnnl votoowfM Si tor to 83- against. Many hrtd. left tho hnll durT Irg dobato and ii im,bcr refrained fiom voting. Mr. Mnok.' by t practical ly unanimous votv, edt through a res olution declailng thg,)cAguo recognlzijU uio iiursonui loniiovsmp Of nonator ui Fidlottc. As part of the gonoial doolfl ration Jif piluclples this resolution, forced on tho tommltteo on lofcolutlous, finally wan niinptod by practically a unanimous voto: Wo ure npposod to tho ronom-" (nation of Prosldont Taft. Wit hoiuhy declare It to bo doter"1 mined purposq of Ohio Progres-(" slvo napublloanLonglio to worlt' In harmony am) v unison to nomj ' Innto a progrcsslvo ilupublleun for'1 prosldont. HecognfttSuf aa fellow;' progrosslvos all who hHd tho print- clplos for which we ntd. whothor' thoy bo for the prealdjuitlHl nom lnntlon ot nohert M. Tty Foil, t to, Theodore Hoosovolt or uy uthfr piogrp&slvo Hopubllciui, W HHSfi tho ossontlal unity of the rrnn slvo Jnovoment throuj;lmi the stnto and nstlon, Wo faN me election, of- 'dplogutos who wtllVH vor thp nonilnatlqn of caiulUMtn who will fully ro'prcsont proff.es mvo prlnclploH. ' airford Plnchot and James Kf (?w hold drew tho resolution. It wag 'fouifflt for hy former Heproscntntlvo, Frank W. Woods of Medina and Judg Wanif. maker. Tho full story of how tho friends of Iloosevolt "put It over" the La FollaU tt managers Is known, to only a small lrnor clrclp Johp l;kler Qf Cloveland, tho La. Follotto men 8ali 1 ap much as nnyouc responslblo fw their victory, ) ! hrxy I A 1 ';: 'ti ' i Jfi . $4 1 fn l5fiKy,T A y r"1 hr-, . v.- umr.p u?i f."HBK ! frW ' H' W 1 ! l V T .