BLOODHOUNDS FAIL TO TRAIL SLAYER Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.. June 12.— Hloodhounds which Chippewa county officers procured from Petoskey, Mich., and which have been put on the trail of John Toben, wanted for the murder of two deputy sheriffs at a lumber camp near Wellsburg last Eriday, have been no more effective than deputy sheriffs, fanners and United States revenue cutter officers and the desperate lumber jack is still at large. Reports from Eckerman, Eckerman, 3« miles from this city, Btate that Toben was seen Weduesday night at Stecons Siding. Two shots were fired at him, but he escaped through the darkness Into Into the deep woods. He was attempting to obtain food from a camp. Officers believe the man I h at Dollar Settlement on the south shore of l«ake Superior and have taken the dogs across country to that point. After serving notice on Sheriff' Sherman to lock up their boats, officers In charge of the Unl- ted States revenue cutter Vigilant and the patrol boat Twenty-one D returned to this port.