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V.J feMMM M M M M M XMMMK V ONJiY MAIUO.V 1,. , k ljicit Jin-; c 12 1 v iMv a V. UNITHll' IMtKSS M3AS- V a ki wiitu m:vs suit- VJCK a a THE MARION DAILY MIRROR X X X X XXXXtt X X ALL Tin-: NEWS ALL- X X TUB TWOS AND X x M whim: it is x XISWS x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X H a .VOLUME XX NUMBER 200. MARION, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1912. X.s PRICE TWO CENTS rrr - VWHMaMMMMB - - ) V jf) SMASHING OF WINDOWS ',, m"""" RECGILINGeN SUFRAGETTES 'f; Jl5-; : Uprising Will Be Severely Repressed and Parti cipants , Punishad They Must Also Pay For The Damages Occasioned. i ' (United PreMJ Loosed Wire.) All to l)c Punished Alike. London, March C "IToin now on nil wauon who brenk tho laws will be t routed tho some as everyone else who commits a crime." decUircd Inspector McCarthy, of the London police, to day, In outllnlnR tho pnins of tho city JiUthorltluB to Htamp out tho property doHtroylng taction or tho militant Hitf fiOBctten. McCurthy otiRlnocred tho ald lnnt night on tho siiffnigctto heud ilLnrtcrK, nnd l In nctlvo charge of thr work of roprcFHlfln,, Thl nnnotitictiiWfitJ,iV''oiiRht Jioinu to tho 8iiffrngottOTny tho arMpji-i nosfl of tlclr rccfnl( comonstnitlOn. It 18 to hiss war heroVlftcr, and every woman who through devotion to t'.io t'lumc, InJurcK property or Jeopardises rny person, will faco u folony prosceu t'.nn. Consplrnejjliurgos will bo lodg-1 on irom now -vn nccoiuiiiK' n .i; I'ankliilrHt, nrrcHtcd on warrants. They will ho tried ' Bpecdlly, and If con victed will rccclvo ecvoro folons Hon tonccs. Thero wa a longthy conference of tho lenders of tho militant miffrago lenguo today. It wits realized that the authorities now mean bunlncsH, and tho question at Issue watt whether tho members of tho league can afford in continue tho demonstrations when It Is almost certain tnat to do so will mean lengthy prtson Rcntonces at liard labor and tho Iom of casto that comes (o nil convicts. l)i tried Couiiols. The majority of'lho' leaders .declar ed that Uho end Justified tho mentis. Thoy thought" when ' It was brought lioinu to tho rank a nit (lie of Kngllsh UiVmV rind'jwom'crt .tljat ithclr wlyes fonfflK; for? demanding wliht they le- llpcd ( .lo tliolr jlglits thoro would bo' (JuQh a concerted demund for Im- iiicdlatoiiotilernoliC thaflh'o gpvot'n-' inentv would liuvo to give' In. Hut mnity of tho rank una nlo took tho rtppoMtevle Tlley poliitel out that there wux conslderubtc feeling against the militant element at tho present time bceaufio of tho destruction of liroporty, arid they urgued that it would bo unfair for a woman to sub mit a lengthy prison sentence when t'.iero was no certainty that the cause would gain-thereby. Tfo dollnlto ac tion wim taken In tho nntttcr, although t lie lenders1 said tho' demonstrations would continue. Meanwhile, tho government offlclnla wore, going over tho Cotters and docu ments solzod In last night's raid on tho headquarters. It was said that among the papers taken wero tho ciimploto plans' of campaign as pro pared by Mrs. Kmmoiino Pnnkhurst nnd the other leaders nnd thoso prob ably will tie used ns tho basis for, tho conspiracy proTeoutlons. Must uy for Tliijlr Ohii CIiism. Tho thing that hurts tho suffragettos 'tho niiwt 1" tl'o avowed Intention of U'c government to attach the funds of tho organization to reimburse per f i ns who suffered losses In tho raids. The cuhIi of the, suffrttgu'ttus, amount lug ,to inoro than half u, million dol lars, will bo held and when tho gov vernnient Is compellod to rei"aco rIumh 1rokeu In tho raids and to pay . for other dninago resulting, this mon ey will bo used. This Is probable un der tho Hngllnh law, and it Is known Premier Asuulth bollovos that this method will soon put n end to do struptlvo demonstrations. Meanwhllo, tho entire stiongth of tho Iindon police Is bcln. used to ccintral tho suffragettes. A cordon Is maintained about all of tho public buildings, ' nnd In tho Dig West IJnil fashionable quarter enough mon aro stationed so that not u slnglo block of tho noted thoroughfares Is left un- Continued on Pago Tlirco. ER E Henry Dorman of Fremont Killed His Wife and Then hot Himself. (United Press I.cused Wlie.) 'FVomont,' 0 Murcli 0. Henry Dor- inuii, labororHhot and Instantly killed his wiro this wornlng. fllo then llrod u bullot Into hla own brain, and ex pired Instantly. Tho shooting took jiIocq In front of (Hotel Jackson, and Was witnessed by many opectators. lo'inun stayod ot the hotel all night, and waited for his wife carouto to work, when ho killed 'her. Dorman has Just served a. term dn tho Toledo Workhouse for cruelly. During his ubsance, Mrs, (Do-nnun soourod a di vorce, ujiU he. has been making Wirents since. The wifo 'wu supporting 'her todfv two-year-old hlW nd aged grandmother ty worklhg In fi restaurant. Cnrtlo. .ngalnst every militant mlffi I'lngpttg.'-Tlic pundit , on, onvJctlii, umyj:(io seven joiirs'ij.llUprlsonmont. Tliojjfrrat'.iiftryo poraotiM 'lojlhicoi tint olviigd JifWjJ'pthlk Iiwjlfo, Mr, I'otnkk Ln'wi'onL'e, and Mls Chrlntabol IRQ D III GEN. VILLA FEDERALIST. Is Again Marching Against Chihuahua to Recapture it. Vasquitas Tore up Rail road in Juarez. (United l'ress Incased Wire) Kl l'aso, Tex., Alarcu 6. ills forco Increased by 300 mon undor Colonel Joso Do I.a Soto, Clonorul I'anoho vil la, tho federal leader, is again march ing upon Chihuahua to attempt to U-Uo It from'Ccnornl Orozco's rebels VllUx now has 1,000 men. Ho lost many by dcMertlOt after Sunaay's battlo ot Chihuahua, but It Is denied that he had nioro than fifty killed In that en gagement. Governor Abrnm Gonzalos, who es caped from Chihuahua during tho tight li tho outskirts, Is with Villa and Is acting as tho federal loader's chief adviser. Juarc. robols undor Colonel Antonio I'onco are getting funds by seizing wealthy Mexicans wn pass through tho city seeking safoty on tho Amer ican side, and holding tnoni for ran som. I'rlmltlvo l'nrlquez. who was seized yesterday ana Held for $5,000 tnnsom by I'onco, appealed to rriondx on the American side, who secured his It lea so. Tho Vasqtilstas have torn up the track of tho Mexican Central railroad in JuuaroK in oiilor to prevent refu gees getting across tho lino before tl.ey can bo hold for runsom. ,- Tho forces of Qonornl Campa, Sal uzar and Orozco aro now combined. A Umhtcned breach or friendly rela tions between Suhuur arid Orozco has been uvrteri.-All tlro-reix-wnow plan, to murt'h for Mexico City toniorrWif unless Villa attacks Chliuuihnn: ?iWi? Mall foV Juarez and Casas CraiiSsS Which 'has accumulated hero formal Weeks, Is toduy being delivered to the postal authorities appointed by Sui uznr. ltebelsi trooj)s In JuarcK, to the nuni, Ler of 300, wore disarmed duilnir -tlm night by Colonel I'onco to provont a mutiny. Their guns wero locked In mo customs House. Ono hundred and forty American rtfugees from Pearson and Madera caino In on n special train which the rebels permitted to come through, sUy i all Ainorlcnns in that district aro mak ing frantic efforts to get out. C'liisM-r ',)! (;ov. WIKon, ColumJius, O.. March . Support ers of U'oodrow Wilson, of Now Jur soy, candidate for tho Democratic pros idontlal nomination, will begin tt cam palgn 0r .organization this week In each ot tho 21 congressional districts of th0 state to cu'iituru dologutvs to tho li.iltimoro convention. Tho work or orunlzutlon will be under tho direction or oltbc-rt Crossor, or Cleveland, who will have chargo or tho AVilson lieudquurtors In Ohio. Tho Ninth, Tplodo district, will bo, ono or tho Hrst organized, August llclmonl Spenks. Washington, March 0. Workmen's camponsatlon and tho provontlon or acoldonts In various Industrlos, woro tho subjects dlsoubsod at toduy'tf hes slop or the National Clvlo I-'edera-tlon by August Holmont or Now York; Senator Sutherland or Utah; Socrotury or tho Treasury MacVcagh, and others. il'onslous for govornment civil sor vlco oniployos woro advocated by An drew W. McKoo. 'president of tho civil eorvlco retirement association. Paris Is Jic-w In illivct telophono coiniminlcatlon ivlth Madrid, ono thousand miles away Philisophlcav Phelix. ''tmi . WI3ATJII31V VOn OHIO, (Sonerally fair tonight and Tliui-s-tiny; ulljjlitly Marnier TluuMlay. VsM jHV (' stf(, &f i iii; ,& ArJY a; S-T7rrTMS5BB5-S LV&'U?U SD 1 W IBk i:' : PREPARED BY THE CMN A REPORT REV. SI6EL0WS THAT SCOII Has Discovered the South , Pole Shackelton Pene trated to Within 111 Miles of it in 1909. (United Press LenBod M'lro.) Xiondon, March C. ltoports aro In ulroulatlon hero that .t'aptuln Scott, heading tho Hriilsli south polur ex pedition, has landed tho prUe. d01'e,at lug the Norwegian and Jap.iuoso as pirants wlio started beforo him In the effort to locato the Scfuth lole. At tho Oeographlcsal socloty It wus wild 'flio roport had beon hrd thero but that nothing was known of Its authentic Ity. Caiptaln Itobert K Scott, a idlstlu 'guifihed offlcor In the UrttUh navy, sallod from Loudon on tho steamer Torranova Juno 1, 1910. Ho stopped at NcVw oaland and oomplotod his lltting out there, ills vessel was an old whaler that had beon refitted and was especially adopted to bucking tho southern lco. 'Ho le4 44 in expedition to tho South polo In I'JOli and 1U0I when ho managed to ronolt 82 degroes 17 minutes south, 'Whloh Mood until Sir Ernest Shackloton lowered tha mark In 1908 und 1909. '.Shackloton was a niombor of Scott's original expedition. Ho managed to got within 111 miles of the mark when tho suippllort ran out uul ho had to rotroat. Ho furnished Roott 'with much of his data and has been very confident that Soott 'Would roach thu long coveted goal, Tho Central Xows, which say that It is tho agont of liaplaln gcott, Iwauod a statomant this ovoning saying that It has not roceled word frn thacap talil and that It tiiow not expoct to loam whothor ho was wiccawful or not "for some dayti to come." Tho rdport of the dlscovwy of the polo, how over, was still widely cir culated and appearod In tho lato udl tlous of the Loudon 'papers. Dr. denrgo l' Kunz, the gom ox pert, has been Informed that tho Km peior of Japan hud conferred on him tho decoration of tho order of tho ItUIng Sun, ofllrers' eluss, for work In mineralogy, jado and nsslstanoo to tho Japancbo mining Industry. , K ft $ v WANTED A Re- . poi-ter. Call at The Mirror office. REFUTATION Declares the Allegation That He Avowed Himself a Socialist and Single- Taxer to be Absolutely False. ColunYbiiH, o., March C. "An ab solute falsehood," Is tho reply o Itev. Herbert S. Hlgelow, iirosldeut uf tho Ohio coiiHtltutlonal convention, to the published story that ho declared for single tax and Socialism in an ad dress In Cincinnati last Sunday. In n formnl stuteniont Issued today, Iflge low luslnuatej that ."monopoly cor porations" caused thu olrculutlon and publication of thin story. In his Sunday addross, Iilsoluw was quoted as sjiyliig that Socialism was not a polltUal bullet with him, but a rollglon. Today, ho says flatly: "1 am not a Socialist," nnd declareg he would be the first to oppose the In jection into the now constitution of anything savoring either of single tax or Socialism. Tho statement In full follows: Tho story that I declared for single tax and Socialism In my address last Sunday Is an absolute falsehood. t know that tho monopoly corpora tions nro la a dasperato way. They noo that we have won In, tho conven tion and that tho people, are going to bo glvon a chance to adopt tho in Illative and referendum In workable form. This moans tho end of their brazen control of tho people's gov ernment. Thoso monopoly corporations with tholr lobbylats and partisans have the samu reason to hate the 'Initiative and j'cifbreiidum us irate Imvu to UiU'tu trails. 'I cxpecled thorn to squeal when caught as thoy aro now caught. Hut I did not supposo thpy would Hud anybody to lo for themi s. un blushlngly and so wlakudly as they hiivo done. ' ' I am not a Soolallst. ,1 would bo tho first to opposo tno injection lute tho new constitution or an thing savoring of slnglo tax or Socialism, Thorp we'e, I sunposo n thousand poaplo In itu uudonco Sunday. I two preached fo thoso people for fifteen yoars. 1 ,uld rather lose my life tlhnn lose hetr confidence. 1 call thont to wltnes that X toll the truth about what rvus said Sunday and that tho j-oports f what I nald wore false. (Herbort S. nigolow. t -p-sr-. Tho Hev James C.unorpn Lee at tho uge of 7, last vear, (walked 1 " miles, and w)llo nilnlstor at ftl on. ' Klnburgln 'Malkod) a distance gnn"f than th circjimferenco of tho globe Would Cut Out the Vil lainous Joints Run By Brewers to Make Money While they De base Humanity Two Convictions Put Liq uor Seller Out, A Hot Tomolly for llruui-m. Columbus, O , March C Suffrage follows llipior toduj as a coimtltutloii i. convention Jssue. Wearied with their long light Over llecnoo, the dele- gatoa glvo promise or coming to a piompt vote on tho question of votes rm women. The advocates promise only two or tluee speeches and unless stubborn opposition dolevops, the question should bo soltrod today. Xo remaining question Is likely to take as much time as did the license MUtstlon. although there wilt be hit ler lights about the initiative and ro ll rendum and the drafting of a tuxa t'oii plank. Neither of these questions con pos sibly bo settled In lers than an cntlro iveek. Adjournment :u lewi than a month from date Is considered out of the question and the suasion may last well through May. Neither the broworri nor the Autl Snloou loague had much to do with Hie framing or tho license proposal which was approved In the conven tion by u voto or 91 to IS lato yestor Ony, for submission to the peoplo. In many respects, it Is the most stringent temperance enactment over passed In Ohio, Horo are Us provisions: l.oteutloii of all tompeianco law r.iid preservation or all dry teirltory: illmlnatlon of the brow-ory-ownod sa loon; a limit of one saloon to SO") peo ple; provision that n salormkoeper must bo a cltlxen and of good char actor; and home ruie for cities' and townships on regulations not mention ed above. Tft Of l'l'0MMll. License to trafflo In Intoxicating liquors shall hereafter no granted In this btnte, and lloonue laws oppora tlvo throughout the stato shall be I ussed with Biioh rostnlctlons and reg ulations as tho general assombly may prov'do, und tho general usnembly shall uuthorlzo munlolpal cnrporatlona to provide for tjie limitation of the nrmbior or saloons tinder general laws applicable thereto: provided, that where trufilo Is or may be prohibited under laws applying- to counties, nm. liiolpalltles. townships or residence uistricts not presqrlbed l- law, tho tiufflc shall not bo lie used Jn any hv.Hi local subdivision while any pro hibition law is operative therein, and SENATOR ANDREWS ARRAIGNEOY TURNER Prosecutor Expects the Evidence to Show That the Senator Accepted a Bribe of S200 Fron De tective Harrison With Diegle as the Go-Between. ENORMOUS S To Settle the English Strike Is Being Brought Issue to be Submitted to Askwith. .(United I'rwK I.hmmiI Wln ) London, March 0. lSnormotm pre. sur6 whs brouht to ibear on tlftj inoinbors of the miners' council ti day to persuade them to nccepi th ittMernmont awfiirHiiicM tlmt the min imum wage scale hill will bo prtppMJ. and to call off the strlk-. The situa tion !, ro acute that tho momber promised seriously to consider the latest promises of thP government especially when thoy were acconipBii led with the rough draft or the bill Which It was expected would be In troduced In parliament thl evening. T4ie meflFiire, It Is said, meets with the npproval of nianv of the union lenders. In addition, the government Is striving earnestly to have all ques tions Ht Issue submitted to Sir Ceorge Aslfwltlt for settlement. He bus the confidence of all Knfelnnd and ari the comptroller for the general com mercial, lahor and sfatlHticHl deparUj mt-nts of the boanl of trade, lwljP able to famlliarlxe himself with the entire coal mining Industry. The oi pnKltlon to him comes more from tlt emtployers than from the miners, but It Is known the premier had hopes UiIh opposition -oiild he overcome.' Pressure to settle tho strike Is not confined, so far am the miners' 'union Is concerned, to official circles. The big it)ords of the otliei' Jndustrlas hue added" Ihelr 'iniTuenc'e. This Is due to the great drain on their re sources from Ihelr membership now out of work. Thousands of pounds nlreidv Is being paid In "Idle bene fits" to men whoip places of em ployment hae been Hoed down through lack of fuel. This Is enpecl all so In the smelting, railway, tex tile and engineering trades. The officers of the national bodies of these organisations are urging the miners, If they inn do so, to accept fin thing that promise "peace with honor." 'Meanwhile the price of food contin ues to advance with the quantity for sale being stoadlly reduced. Htindredx of families In the sIiiium of the hlg titles are without fuel and In some Instances hove been compelled to burn their belongings to kep warm. The stopping of railway traffic on the su'burban lines has greatly In 4erferred with Workers getting to their places of oimplovment and the crush In the stations still remaining open, approaches the danger point during the rush hours. Lloyds have written thoummds of dollars worth of antl-rlot policies dur ing the last few days. .MIiiita to (inln Kwrjllilng, Loudon, March ti. At tho request or tho premier, the members of the millers' executive, council couforroM with Asqulth In hie Off Ice In Downing street this ufternoon. The promlor again promised the lueu that he would forco tho 'minimum ,wago scale bill through parliament If they would de r!uro the strlko off and order the 'men back to work. He appealed to them on tho ground of patriotism und told them that tho untlro country Is woll nigh 4feuseletw hocuuso of tho lack of fuel. In adJdltlou ho made It tplaln that he was certain If tho strlko Is de clared off and tho men go buck to work they will gain everything they have demanded of tho employers. Tho men listened carefully to the premier and a general llscus!on of points still at Issue rollowod. If iposslble, the premier will try to bring- the men and tho operaUira together again thU oxanlug or tomorrow. He also show () the miners the oomplote draft of tho minimum wage bill. IliiMncxs Parnlyeil, Ulusgow, March, ti. Huslnoss In Sootlund In absolutely pimilyxud as the result of the minors' strlko Coastwise shipping Is t a standstill, Llnnra uro kut running beoause thoy aro ablo to coal at their ports or call, 'but, tho great lleet of steam truwleis that havo heudquart rs hero aro lylnit ut anchor, the owners being unable to got coal to operate tholr ma oh I lies, Only a few 'pasnenger trains are running, and In many cltlqs tho outh orltloH are arranging to throw open ,tho schools, churohos and public ibulldlngs to houso tho poor who are HUffotlng greatly from cold. Without Meat. Aldershot, Kng, March 6. Tho grut military barracks here uro ab solutely without heat) becuuee of the oal strike There Is much complaint among the soldiers. ludiistiies Closed, Nov stle, Hng, Muivh II Nearly eveo" Industry In this cltv has ibeen PRE8 Coutluucii on Pasa lViur, (I'nlleil l'ress Leased Wire ) 'Columbus, o., Mnreh C. frank Harrison Smiley, Hums detective, chief witness In the legislative brib ery cases, whoso nbsotrco yestordat -ansed delay In starting the trial of Senator L. It. Andrews, charged with atd-ptlng a $200 bribe from Snillev, arrived In Columbus early today. Ho will testify against Andrews. The Jury which was secured Mon d.ix, but not sworn because of tho de lav, wns placed undor oath this morii Irg, and the trial started with tho statement of the caso hyf Prosecutor Turner. '' ! Prosecutor Turner oxpects to got nil the state's testimony before tho Jury In oiiy day. '.it will bl .brlof. II. V. C.osMimjjf.jrk of the flunate. Do lectliM'fftHtMy.i, jolUt Stenographers A V;A'r(rfilf)mi i,Ht. Wolctitt. and i-...nrt tUll' ill rt. K. Turner. In- !. 'liJlI(iL'.niKlh..,.l, orn 111. Arf! ltiiVJtli'.0t(MJstto. Tho de fense has a floieii uf more. Most of them are charai ter wltjfejses. Turner'i .SUiWneut. In bis statement of the case to the juiy. Prosecutor Turner recited the storv of the arrival In Columbus Inst April of the Hum's detectives posing as lobb)lsts for the purpose of en trapping legislators under suspicion. One of these detectives was VranU Harrison Smiley who went by the twine of Frank Harrison, und who posed as a lobbyist for the Cetono Whtttemore mutual lnsuranco bill. Tinner told the Jury of the Instulla t'oii of the diclngruph In Harrison's rwni.ot the Chittenden hotel, where 't'Mjjlrup was Itltd rof the legisla tors!'' ,rV !- "We 'exileq't the evlddnce to show," salil the 'prosecutor, 'that Detective Harrison leurnel from Itodney J. Diegle that Andrews wou!d accopt u bribe and, according to a suggestion from Dl'cglot Harrison called Andrews ever the1 telephone nt the senato chamber and asked him to come down ,Ui-tlifc. Chittenden hotel. "We expect the evidence to show that Andrews did come down to the Chittenden hotel and not llndlng Hiir ilsou In, left a note for hlm.i which n'e expect to introduce In evidence. After leHlng the iioto, Andrews sat down U wait for Harrison. Hnrrlson came Into the hotel ;ohhy and Au di ews was pointed out to him. He went over to Andrews and invited him to his room. Andiews went up to Hnrti'sou's loom and a conversitioii ti'n place ilurliiK thlcb. we expect' to show that Harrison paid Andrews the sum of :l)o to inlhience his official sctlon and vote on senate bill No. '.'SC, then pending In the senate." This alleged oouvorsat'lon Is tho one irported by the dictograph. The Dh'tagi'iipli Called Names. Columbus, O., March tl. Tho dlo tagraph Is again on trial, this time In the Andrews bribery case In criminal court, formally started 'today. At the ipnlng of tho trlul of Sen ator Andrews, Indicted for accepting a bribe, counsel for the defense de clared the dlctagra'ph was a. "bald headud ifake." Prosecutor Turner wus 'prepared fpr the attack on the dictagraph, having summoned K. iM. Turner. Inventor and manufacturer -of tho Curn dictagraph ns a witness. ,, Tho dictagraph was placed before the Jury on Judge Dlllon'a bench, wires strung to un auto-room thirty feet away, and u demonstration of It made. The Jury, nlpun request of counsel for tho defense, visited tho Chittenden hotol thlM morning and Inspected the rooms 'where tho sonators and repre sentatives are alleged to havo been trapped. Con J Muttern, of Dayton, oippearod In tho nise today and said that at no time hud he Intended toidrop out. AN AMERICAN Arrested in London For Smashing Windows She is Highly Educated and a Sculptress. (I'nlted Pross Leased Wire.) Albaii) . N Y-, March , Social cir cles hoie aro aroused over tho arrest of MJwj Alice Morgan Wright In Lon don for smashing windows In the suf fragetto demonstration. Her futhur, II. It. Wright, who Is a woll known business man, went to New York to see what' could bo douo to extricate her from the predicament In which she has been placed tluough her part In the campaign. MIkh Wright Is a highly educuted cling woman of advanced Idetis and was Instrumcutail in bringing Mrs. Pnnkhurst here to address a big suf fragist meeting a year ago, She haa ipent recent oars aboard and Is u. sculptor of acknoweldged ability, A l'fo-slzo llgure called "Cain" brought her reown In Parla laat season, and a heroic Jlguiv of Sir Henry Irving de signed by her will from part qt the decorations of the Davenport theater w New YoiK , MISS WRIGHT n IA