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THE MARION DAILY MIKlKOlt, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1912.
fHE MARION DAILY MIRROR A. ! :tMK . n. B. SNYDET?, Malinger. 'Foreign Advertising Manager, Frank R. Northrup 225 Fifth Ao., New York Trllinno llldg., ' CtilcnRO. f OTDLT3PIJON13 ' fto. 9 A This Paper Receives the United Press Telegraphic News Scrvoco and Market Report. rxai rou 1 A t -A f V ' , v TV t ; ! ., M y 4 t lie i Rates o Sn bseriptions. Single Copy 2o Per Week by Carrier 10c By Mail, Per Year $3.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, Per Year $1.00 WHAT liom IY)lt Jilt. TA1T? It seem quite evident tlint Ir Taft will lie nominated for n second race Tint It Is not clear that he ha oven n chnncc to ho elected. TJvon Ilnrmon or Clark could onrry more electoral votes than Taft enn and Dr. "Wilson ould run ni'.i from him, ThN linn heen demonstrated a second time. It .wis shown In the North Dakota primary where ho received only a fragment nnd the demonstration has heen repented In the Wisconsin primary. The samo conditions likely mnlntnln In South Dakota, Minnesota, Kansas, Cali fornia, Oregon. Washington, Arlronn and n half dozen other states, usuallv Jtcptibllcnn. What Is the significance m such unpopularity in the primaries?, If the pertplo ulll not vote for Mr. Tnft In the (primaries would thoy vote for lilm In tho election? If blip ;ioople do not want a mnn will they elect him? It Is hardly probnhlo that under any circumstances Mr. Taft enn carry tlio PrngroMlvo state. This fact Is being demonstrated by these primaries to men who nnnlyzo the forces of- politics and were not mere nn dement nf fatnllty and selfishness In these mnttors the llepublicans would likely taue up some man who might have n chanco to win. Hut those Taftltes will probably move on to their doom. It Is evident now that any Progros sf,Vo Democrat, especially Dr. Wilson, can carry this whole cordon of Ilo publlcan slates against Mr. Taft and with the solid South lj will ho easy to set n majority of the electors oven (without much suptport from the east and central secMoti. nut Dr. Wilson can carry Now Jersey. Connecticut, Imllana and possibly Maine, Ohio nnd Illinois. Therefore, If he is tho nomi nee It will bo to win In a walk. Tho nomlnntlon of a man considered by many electors a reactionary might lead to tho most puoilllnr outcome known to modem polities. Sup J1080 "both parties wore supporting reactionary enndldatos and n third pnrtv should put n popular iProgrctslvo In the field, what would ue the rosult In tho Progressive ritatos? Our 'belief Is that the Progressive would carry a miaiber of those states nnd that the election would be thrown .Into the House with the ultimate result almost nn accident. ' What scorns to bo peculiar beyond precedent Is the feeble hold tho President has on the peo ple of the Progressive states and the possibilities afforded for tholr Invasion Jy a Democrat acceptable to thorn, or the chnnce of a third party Progrcs slve to sweep them, If no one of their Hieing- Is offorod by tho old parties, i . For this reaon Governor Wilson scorns to be the logical candidate and t)io result In Wisconsin very strongly nrgues tho conclusions Horo sot forth. Hut If this candidate should fall to securo delegates In South Dakotn, Cali fornia, Oregon, Nebraska nnd Washington this cnnoluslon must needs be revised. INVAIHXfi MEXICO. To require. In the Interests of peace, nn Invasion of tholr country by umtcu mnics uoops r iiiiu Tie nn admission on tnc ipnrt or tlie Moslcnn people thnt they can bo governed only as a protectorate of the Unite! States or by uso of tho despotic mothods of Dlnz. Molthor alternative 4s doslrablo. It was hoped that the unanimity of Die revolt ngnlnst Tilaz n year ago was an Indication that. 'Mexico had dono with petty revolutions and that Its people wore as enpahio of self-government and solf-eontrol ns Argentina, Chile and Brazil, the more onllghtonod of South American status. Thus far Mexico iimlor Mndoro ins failed to live up to expectations, nnd Mndoro probably iploscsofl ns high n degree of states manship as any of his countrymen with tho possible exception of Do I-n IJarra Tho country not only has been liosot by office hungry revolutionists Jiut the nctlvltloH of tho rebels have encouraged the swarms of bandits wlmso depredations nre certainly not to bo prererrod to the pillage of office holders under Dlnz Boforo Amorlcan troops are sent Into Mexico there should bo posltlvo assuranco that tholr prosonco Is actually required and this assuranco should not consist wholly of tho magnified representations or those who nro seoklng to develop or exploit tho country. An Invasion, of Mexico Is not n sorlous 'x proposition' m far ns the United States is concerned but Is Hkoly to be mls- ttjindetxtood 1y 1'uropo.in nations who vloiv nil American actions with nlnrm sitjid arc continually seeking a pretext to violate the Mnnroo iloctrlno. toungstown Telegram . It 1m news to tho country that thoro Is economy bolng prnotleod In the Jvernment at Washington. When they aconpmlzo at one point nnd savo rtsljpr ten millions they iput on ten or twenty' millions at another. But wo 4"t wilt for tho end of tho session for the solution of tho mntter. When the- work of the session Is llnlshed nnd It Is examined and wo ascertain how much money has been thrown away we can toll how mucii economy has heen .practiced. Tho Democrats of the House did well until they struck n few snass whon they let go all they saved. As for the Senate, thnt body doesn't know what economy Is. Thorefore. wo shall tnko np professions of economy without tho proof. It may be economy on the surfneo and ex travagance ns tho rcnl thing. Twenty-six millions for the "pork barrol" doesn't sound oconomlc. But the peoplo would Btand for expenso If they could run theJr affairs, gotii parcels post and take control out of the hands, of the express rohbore. Such mattors nre of greatost Importance. iS'ow, wo bollevo Spring Is starting In real oarnost. The bluoJblrds and tho red-birds and tho robins all ngreo nnd toll tho aamo story. The sun gives out his genial rays nnd soon the blllho lanrulclna will bo sporting In the grcon Ileitis, for riwny, and the small boy with his sportive mniiblos Is about to npppcir. Yos,i't Is Spring at least for a fow mlnutos whllo we wilto these lines. And, It may be, Spring "111 stuy awhile and llngor with us until tho glorious coming of "tho good old Summer time." t ? T t t r t f T r r f ? T f f f f t t ? f t T t t f A Um a m mM iii nm i i i . liMim.i . mn i in milium i i i ' - ' " '" ' " mmm , 1J mini i i mi i IMMMim-iai LjJli-UlJIU.HM iW I ill! -UJ nwMiBiai will WMWII11 iwiwiiwili IIIMlillllMllliwMI III" M MW wmm wmm tmmmmmm Mim , I mil,,.,.! am i i--iiibw., n. n.ii in -inur jn i . i n -1 " urn t----------.-nMirif,....wt..M.,iwiiiiiiii'i'"'i'MW'l'ww"l,'l'' I I rJ' 1,. i S. I Mi WH I II "" ' ii i Mm nimiwnii iiiiiii tm i ini " Ccpyricbt 1012, AUroJ Dctltr i Culn DRESSING WELL IS A FINE ART. GET READY FOR THE EASTER PARADE f T f T ? f Y T f ? t X t t f t r I I Kuppenheimer, Society Brand & R. B. Fashion Clothes I 1 f ? T ? t ? ? T f t t f ? T ? ? T f f tQ i Are Fine in Finish and Artful in Style THE clothier who tells you that if you want style, you have : cc : " pny xur il, i stringing yuu. Smartly styled cloHies are no more costly than those not having style. Some manufacturers can incorporate style, keep their price down to, the level of medicore garments and have the- quality high. These Famous Clothes i t T T t t ! Com: are typical of this class of manufacturer. Don't think that high life ,. ,. style demands a high life price. Look at these high-toned clothes.- tomorrow, pick them out and have them ready for Easter Cluett & Emery Shirts New Hats, New Caps flS l CLEARY on fhb Saudres Il I CLOTffMG- Boys' Clothes- For Easter, Cheney Silk Ties Seven homelesft dead nro reported from tho Hood country and mnny nnindieds rtnosevolt papers claim T. n. I.s gaining. Current Comment. Vfo nro glad to see thpt the Lima Xewa apprclatos tneKonarnslty of our city council, on April 1, nnd reproduces our story of their groat mag- luniiniiy nnu puuuo spiru. r course morning sessions or council ore a little raro In Marlon, hut, as for money In C,000 blnoks, why It grows on tree.i In this untorprlslner city. Toddy has analyzed Prosldont Tnft'H work nnd oonoludod that ho Ih a renotlonalre. Taft certainly was used by by tho Interests on tho tariff and In tho railroad mtu bill. As for oonsorvuUon he llnnlly was forced jo mako somo progres-j. Uut ua a Idiider In thoso reforms ho has been a vory dismal fnll uro. Clcnoral l'rcil D. (Jrnnt Is believed to bo seriously IU and has bpflu grant di a leave of absence Tor foni' jnonths. aio Is. In Florfclaljut his address Is not known to tho publlfc. ' Tho latest and beflt exemplification of something Jh Ih unnecessary Is "William It. Hearst's statement that ho Is not n candidate for the I'rcsldoncy f Cleveland Leader. The 'maple sugar sonson Is short and sweet. Hut thoro will not bo enough of thu real tlilnj,' to jjo around and tho Imitation artlole may llnd a markot. ForecaatcrH say Memphis levito must bo as It cannot stand tho strain it will b subjected to, This Is tho time It Is nlco to live nn a hill-top If Pomoreno and Burton can't do any Jicttcr than Klcplionson case one term will bo long enough for onqh of thorn tpcy did In the Chler ingicdlcutx. The self-made man 'has hardly ever noKlocted to bogln by laying In ii Inrgo supply of self-esteem: Chicago lice-ord-'Horald. Mexican robels were Uofeatod yesterday at I'urrnl. A decisive 'battlo Is jH"H-l"l"HH-H"i"HH-T Easter Suggestions Aic many and urlrd In our f.(oiv. Dainty offei'lH In scpln Krcj'tlugrt vtlth diRtilfleil ff fcctH In rich steel dlo work mill i'.iilM( liaml colored of rerliiKH, ningn In prlco froni'llo iiptuird, all handsomely en M'loie1. We rn pleased t hlimv iii om icf) choft'o line of ll'C-y Roods. Post cards In cfcmlliiRly larwo nssoftmenlt.. n Hpeclnl of 27 for'iilnc cents. C G. Wiant nooksollor and Stsitlonor. polled .to pay for Ill-llttlng ufy or clothes. Tailors will now llnojipnol Idly against siilfraglstH. -Now York lleralJ. v expected at Jim I no. A IJIswnery. "What goad' do yoiisuppose tho dls oovory of tho-Southil'olo has done?" "I don''t iknow exactly, nut offham i nnoiuu fay UiatjuVmundsQn has nt least found ono plaoiv,whpro the roads aion't forever 'torn up for repairs." Detroit 'Free Press.. Ail) filing' hut Hay. Percy Noodles snjy that although ho doosn't claim to bo'a dertp thinker, ho has conceived tho Idea 'that If soulpturo really In frozen inuslu, then most of tho tomhstonus nro rng-tlme. diilvestan News. " Walilns "Are j on going to forglvo you. daiightor for oloplnj,' -1th tho son of the great trust magnate?" "I don't know yot. It will utopond a Rood deal on whelfoer tho young man's futhar'0 attorneys succeed In getting the 'Indictment quashed or not." ChU cogo Hecord-IIerald. ' v MoiO KaiiMiH I'l-osi-ct-s. In Troy 'the nopuhllocin counoll ihas Increased tho dog tux to B and also passed on ordinance making It a. mis demeanor to sing the Houn' Dawg song liiBldo tho city llniltM. Kansas city wtar. Iiiy .loh. The Seattle uomaii who advertised for somebody to thrush a nlfo beater, offering $10 for tho job, said It was "easy work " ( Eusyl It's positively fascinating for any man with gWl red blcvod Ju his veins. Pittsburg Tlmea Stitch In Time. Wnnuin Jury In Ban Francfseo de- KSClflH. Ono of the useless nets In politics was ho appointment df a (publicity man for Itoosovolt's campulgn. Tho coionol Is giving tho thing publicity onough or n kind. Youngstown Yln d I en tor. Very Kind. It was kind of Morgan and Trick to go to tho relief or a company vylth nothing hut n beggarly ono hundred or two hundred millions- or rosourcos. Youngstown Tolctfrain. ' ' Stl'CllllOIIH, i Hough riding In tho old lny 1was nuu nn niiuiiuuim no mis, viuvpianu I'inin ajoaier. i Pocket Telephones ror Police, 1 A now and interesting lelophAno systom has bcn lnstalU(J by, tho po lice department of Horlln to fnc)lIthto tne wining or lirnnoH stations' and headfiartors. All tho members of ihe department, uniformed nnd socrej ter vice, are provided with pockot Wlo phono sots so coiWpact bb to bo fcaslly carried In tho pocket or In a anfall leather holder attached to a strnn. Contact stotlonn are seotterod ovorljhii city, on feneo posts, on tho walljj o uniiiuiitfH ami nn uees in mo jirus. The connection Is estahllshnJUby mere ly Plugging the contact statlon.-MNew York Tribune. J u. .' . , . ' .H'-r-H tHM-,"rrHHHIHH ciaot- tnf "'' should not bo com- A I)cpnrtiin Appioied. "I understand your boy Josh W, ex perimenting on tho Hues of porn'pidul motion." ' i i " "Yes," rdpllcd Farmer Cornfpsel "And I feel somo oncourKcd nhoul It. T thought for tfwUflo t4hat thotoply thing Josli wns'K-im' to take In. Uns porpotunl j;c8t,"rrWiiel;fntonvStQr, WllojV Uiiconqueriiblo CiuiM". Dr. "Wley, standing ns a privato citizen before tho pUro food 'hoard in Washington nnd rpeaklng hard, un compromising words ngalnst tho 'manufacturers of poisons," Is still nn Inspiring spectnclo. Ills official martyrdom la tho cause of commer cial sclenco Judges nnd condemns not htm, but his advisors in tho admin istration. Tho futility nnd social peril of Mr. Tart's "Judlolal itempor anionl" never ntoro 'strikingly expos od. Wiley Is drlsen from hl post of. llfo saving responsibility ibecnuso Ml-, Taft's caiitlous mind has 'boon tangled In tho sophistries or departmental red tapo and paralyzed 'by fear or ofilelnl Innovation. Dut tho cause or Dr. Wlloy Is Invincible. All the lines -of soolal evolution run In his direction. It Is certain In splto of all tomporary sotbaokH and sickening losses that tho American people will In tho long run Inslsj; upon tho widest possjblo application of tho prlnclplo nf sel ontiflo efflcipney itn all tho depart ments or piihllc life. New York American. h Dnild, loyd-Gcoi-Ro'ri Silence. Ono notable and significant featuro about tho present crisis Jn Great llrl tliin haul ibeea Hho wllen'co of Mr. David Moyd-Georgc, the- chancbllor of tho oxochequor. Always heroto foro when any such controversy as the present has arlson It Is ho who has acted ns itho spokesman of tho government. Ho obtained his great start In polities hy Ills success in Bot tling a threatened country wldo strlko on tho railroads vhen ho ins prosldont of tho -board of trade, and slnco that tlmo lio bus heen credited with n- -peculiar capacity for (somnro. mlslng disputes lietwoon labor and capital which wore menacing tho publlo Interests iwlth disaster, If ho has, rcmajnei In tlio lja.ckgrouna throughout .tho prevailing troubles, whlfojhe premier has been struggling to nogotlnto somo kind pr a compro mise, his offnoment ha.s not boon tho rosult of accident. Thoro must linvo been a reason for It. -And tho reason porhaps Is that tho .government haa hogun to lose faith In -tho valpo of Mr. Lloyd-Cleorgo's Services ns n chnmplon nnd conciliator of tho pro letariat. -Philadelphia Inquirer. It Is possible to Ignite gaa by sparks fiom a telephone. Ilenco In all Ger man gas works the tolophono holla nre covered with wlro gauze. BORROW MONEY From THE BUCKEYE STATE BUILDING AND LOAN COMPANY, 1. $200,000 ready to loan on farms. 2. Interest six per cent. 3. Will loan ,to one half value. 4. Borrowers can repay ih whole or In part at any time. 5. Will make straight loans or monthly payment loans. . 6. -Rankin Building, 22 West Gy Street, Columbus 0. N i