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1, IIIMMOICEEMiii a. 1 i i 1 i 1 i 1 YORK, 'WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 1912. TWELVE PAGES CITY ED IV OA CIRCULATION-OVER 12,000 A DAY FOR THURSDAYFair MINERS FIRM ON UNION 1 CiTY ED IT10111 THE WEATHERFair Tonight rt T1 1 (4, 7 1 -R' PAT tHil 0 t. A '4K N' ---'''C AL. .7, 4,414 FOR THURSDAYFair CIRCULATIONOVER 12,000 A DAY VOL 72, NO 107 YORK, 'WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1912.

TWELVE PAGES PRICE 2 CENTS-6 CENTS PER YVEEE: .1 1 I MINERS FIRM ON UNION I I ABOLITION OF VICE PRESIDENCY PRESIDENCY ABOLITION OF vinE ParninfrhinV3 MEXICAN TREASURY DEFICIT I rTTI MEXICAN TREASURY DEFICIT 1 LAFOLLETTE WINS 2 TO 1 OVER TAFT BRITISH STRIKE ENDED, HE SAYS TWO BAD BOYS HATING SCHOOL MURDER FATHER 130 DROWNED NEM STORM HIT STEAMER! 1 KNIGFTS RAISE $325,000 Remainder of $500,000 University Fund Has Been Subscribed By Telex-rapn. Washington, April 3.The board of directors of the Knights of Columbus announced yesterday that of a endowment fund for the Catholic university here, already is in hand. The income from th.3 fund, the remaining 6115-00 of which 1.as been subscribed, will be used to provide scholarships and board for 50 students at the university. The iirectors oted to hold the mceting cf the grand council of their order at Colorado Springs beginning August 6 next. Lc Pd i rt Lz-rct a At elo firtn Bill Propos An Amandmant to tho Constitution of Moak Dy Telegraph.

Mexico City. April 3.A bill pro-, posing an amendment to the constitution of the republic, to abolish the office of vice president, will be taken uP by congress at today's session. It is supported by members of the opposition who have previously sought the resignation of Vice President Finn Suarez. It is expected to precipitate a test of the administration's power in congress. A telegram signed by a number of members of the chamber of deputies yesterday.

conveyed to General Diaz. In Madrid. their congratulations oil the anniversary of the battle of Puebla, one of the decisive victories in the war of the overthrow of the Maximillian empire. -nendment to the of Mexico I bill pro-. to the constituto abolish the of-will be taken uP r's session.

It is rs of the opposiously sought the President Pino ted to precipitate tration's power in 'In signed by tt of the chamber LY. conveyed to adrid. their eon- nniversary of the of the decisive of th overthrow mpire. Proposed to Raise Taxes On Lotteries, Wines and Liquors Ey Telegraph. Mexico City.

April 3.For the first time in 20 years the Mexican treasury faces a deficit of approximately 750,000 gold. This is shown in estimates furnished by the treasury department to congress for the fiscal year of 1912-13. Probable expenditures by the government for the next fiscal year are estirfiated at $55,587,045.40. Tho prospective income is $50,878,750. Congress yesterday took measures to meet the deficit by increased taxes on lotteries, tobacco, wines, liquors, pulque and petroleum.

The last fiscal year of the Diaz regime left the treasury with a surplus of $5,001,461. Military activities is assigned as the cause of the government's Increased expenditures. Stanley of House of Commons; Believed to Know, Makes the Statement Has Taken Every District From the President in I Wisconsin Vote onommmilbo.ammoll oli.meemgomiw Lie in Wait For Parent and Fire on Him From Ambush Near Los Angeles WrEckage of British Ship, Koombana, Picked Up Off Australia WrEckao-e Xoombana KING PREPARES TO LEAVS WILSON AHEAD OF CLARK This Claim Will Stand Out Strong in the Conference With Operators By Te leg' apn Scranton, April, 3.Recognition of the miners' union stands out as strong as any of the claims to be decided by the operators and miners at their Phil. adelphia meeting next Wednesday. This feature was most In evidence at district No.

1 headquarters here this morning, where President John T. Dempsey and Secretary Iladk received numerous delegations all reporting their local unions most persistent that recognition shall be persistent that recognition shall shrdlu sisted In. President Dempsey stated today that In all anthracite history there was never so complete a tie up as at the present and he was positive that the men would remain as united should the coming conference fail to make an agreement. No permissions have yet been grapted by the district board for the operation of small mines to serve local trade, but members of the executive board have been delegated to investigate each application and ascertain the exact conditions in such mines and to assure themselves there will be no squeezing made on coal prices. The full board will then determine these.

There will be no interference with washery operations. President Dempsey stated. as long as these send out coal for the companies own steam purposes. Quiet continues In every part of the Lackawanna certain the exact conditions in such tsoquaczufroge themselves there Pft nercif nee nee sc.ct rh ii, yi il I it 4 bi et oh piel eon adi tnei ott eon u4 th for the acos mloplona own steam purposes. Quiet continues in every part of the Lackavvanna re- TAFT DECREES FLEET SHALL STAY NEAR HOME IMEIMEiMEEmno4101P JUST TIRED OF STUDY 1 I ..10., ENGINEERS FOR STRIKE OR STRIKE The Fact That his Majesty is Going to Sandringham Tomorrow is Deemed Significant of PeaceParliament Member Has Access to Figures Advises Others to Return to Work Only Five Delegates Out of the 26 Are Conceded the Democratic Candidate From Missouri, Who Secured Heavy Support From Portions of Various Districts olomigolommtomm.

DISTRESS FROM FLOOD GROWS AS WATERS RISE FIFTY PASSENGERS AND EIGHTY IN CREW wammo Vessel Behoved to Have Been Sent to the Bottom by Disastrous Typhoon That Swept Thos. Seas Last Week When 40 Fishermen Also Lost Their Lives in the Wreck of 67 Smacks tile Bottom by Disastrous Typhoon That Swept Thos. Seas Last Week When 40 Fishermen Also Lost Their Lives in the Wreck of 67 Smacks vorolOwomm Will Not Go Any Further Than Cuba During the Coming Year, According to Present Program By Telegraph. -Washington. April stay at home program for the fleets activities during the coming year has been approved by President Taft.

There will be no world cruises and the warships will go no further than Cuba away from the home base. -Washington. April stay at home program for the fleet's activities during the corning year has been approved by President Taft. There will be no world cruises and the warships will go no further than Cuba away from the home base. Frank and Roy Yan(111, 15 and 13 Years of Age, Confess Crime When Arrested and Admit That Their Victir Had Been Kind to ThornWore Weary of Being Mother An Enemy Killed Him A By Telegraph.) Los Angeles, April 3.Frank and Roy Yanes, brothers, aged 16 and 13, respectively, are in the county jail here today charged with the murder of their tether, Yanes, a rancher i- near Compton.

They admitted their guilt. The brothers had plotted the slaying of their father yesterday and both concealed themselves at the roadside. As the elder Yanes approached, Frank told the officers, he fired the fatal shot from a revolver. The boys took $585 In money from his pockets, loaded tate body on a mud sled a-d it home, told their mother some enemy had killed h.m. Both admitted their father had been kind to them and that they had no reason to kill him, except that he had compelled them to go to school and they were tired of being tossed." emit entmit.

I naz I noi Had Been Kind to Thers Weary of Being "Bosse Mother An Enemy Killed By Telegraph. Los Angeles, April Roy Yanes, brothers, aged 16 respectively, are in the court here today charged with the tether, Yenee, a ere near Compton. They admitted their guilt brothers had plotted the slaa their father yesterday and bo' cealed themselves at the roadt the elder 'lanes approached, told the officers, he Jared the fa from a revolver. The boys to in money from his pockets, loa body on a mud sled aed hat home. told their mother some had killed tom.

Both admitted their tether kind to them and that they reason to kill him, except that coMpelled them to go to scam "they were tired of being boss Vote On Question Indicates a Doeirs Upon the Part of the Men to Quit Work By Telegraph. New York, April of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers i announced today that the balloting oft the engineers of the 50 eastern rii.11-1 roads to determine 'whether the eu- gineers will strike if necessary to port their demands for increasedl wages is proceeding rapidly that the ballots received so, far indicate that the men are in favor of a strike. The wage demands have already been refused and farther conferences I with the heads of the railroads were suspended until the engineers' corn-; mittee could take a strike vote. which will be announced on April 10. T.

ballots sent to the engineers read. In part: "The prestige, of the clrganizatina is at stake. Are you wining to those intrusted with the carrying out of the plan of concerted action to the extent of a strike if in their judgment it is deemed necessary'?" PENNBY APPEALS TO MEN Post Notice Asking Enginsors to eider Situation and Not Strike By TeleTraph. Iclicatee a Doeirs of the Men Work --Officers of the motive Engineers I the balloting of I 50 eastern Tull- 1 whether the erg- necessary to for increasall rapidly find that sto, far indicate favor of a strike Is have already rther conferences I le railroads were engineers trike vote. which April 10.

TN, ngineers read. In I ROOSEVELT PROGRAM ROOSEVELT PROOF Will Extend His Speaking Trip Several Days and Talk In Four States Will Extend His Speaking Trip Days and Talk In Four States Wilmington. April 3.The Pennsylvania railroad by a circular let. ter signed by General Manager S. C.

Leng, General Superintendent E. F. Brooks and Division Superintendent E. B. John has Addressed a letter to engineers and other employee of the Delaware railroad dealing with the re-' queo.t of the Brotherhood of ti'veft for an increase in wages ard the, refusal of the company to meet foe request of the men for increased rates: The notice, which was today posted at railroad stations and yards and etstributed among the engineers.

asks that the men consider carefully the reasons that the -company- advances for not granting the request for higher 'wages before voting the etrike ballots thet have been distributed and to retrain from voting for a strike. By Telegraph. New York. April Roose- velt's trip will be extended from Friday, the date set originally for his return to New York. to Tuesday night.

Announcement to this effect was made by the Roosevelt city committee here today. It is said that Colonel Roosevelt will leave Parkersburg, W. Thursday for Illinois, where he will make several speeches. Details of hi strip throughothat state, the announcement stated, will be made public by the Chicago Roosevelt committee. In addition, Colonel Roosevelt will speak in Pittsburgh on Monday and in Philadelphia on Tuesday.

He is scheduled to reach New York next Tuesday night. The following telegram from Truman H. Newberry, of Detroit, ovas By Telegraph. New- York. April 3-Colonel veins trip will be extended fie day, the date set originally to New York.

to Tuesda Announcement to this effect vet by the Roosevelt city committ y. It is said that Colonel toda ill leave Parkersburg elt Thursday for Illinois, where make several speeches Details of hi strip throughathl the announcement stated, will 1 public by the Chicago Roosevt mittee. In addition, Colonel Yen will speak in Pittsburgh day and in Philadelphia on a He is scheduled to reach --Ne: next Tuesday night. The following telegram fro man H. Newberry, of Detro DIRIGIBLE WAS Losr, The "Count Zeppelin" Descends After Dangerous Voyage By Teleprraph.

Dresden. S41 April anxiety was caused here by the disappearance for three days of the larges spherical balloon Count Zeppelin. 'which made an ascent on March St carrying in the basket three Danish, officers who were trairang for the elimination conteutts on April 25 In connection with the international bet-loon race. The balloon, however, de-. scenaed this morning after- being' driven first to the North osee-siid then to the Baltic at Stralsund, tion in the controversy between Oper- I received today by the committee: "Caucuses held here show for Roose- stors and miners has been known to the heads of the coal carrying rail- velt.

This positively assures us con- roads for some time. trol of state convention next week." tion in the controversy between received today by the commie per- ators and miners has been known to "Caucuses held here show for vele This positl assures yel the heads of the coal carrying rail- roads for seme time. trol of state convention next i DOUBT MURDER CONFESSION DOUBT MURDER CONFV i By Telegraph. Perth. West Australia, April pic.ked tip if the coast appftirs to seal the sate of the 50 passengeri- a nd the 5ro men of the crew of the sieainer Koombana, which has slhce the disastrous ty1.10,,n I pr.

a Hi-A on the northwest toe-t Western Australia during the la week March. of the Koombana, hng's to Adelatde. was found In the vh-inity of the Pearl fishing station at Broome, a small seaport in, the Kinitwriey of Western AuF-tralia. thiring the phoon 67 pe3r1 fishing tayits he.longing to 'Broome wrecked and over forty pearl 1i'r Int their lives. STRIKE VOTES INCREASE Miners In Northern England Favor OutRioting In Scotland London, April wh91e of the miners in the northern counties of England and a portion of those in Scotland have followed the fighting lead of the miners of Lancashire and deela red against the resumption of work in the pits until the minimum t4t-4 of wages have been dfdinitely rxed This will give a majority of the miners in the United Kingdom In favor of continuing the strike, but it Is eNpected that the federation will nevertheless declare it to be termina ted Thcre been some rioting in different parts of the country.

At Dunfermline. seotiand, the unionist miners stoned the detachment of police which Aiif 54 protecting the non-unionists who hact resumed At PontypoL'irt Monmouthshire, there have also been disturbances. crowds of striking miners smpshing the windows in the houses of the men who have returned to work. MURDERED ANOTHER'S BRIDE Boarder Kills Woman Married But a Week anti Then Tries Suicide By Telegraph. Chicago, April n.Mrs.

Emily Shaw, Avho was married only a week ago, was murdered- today in her West Ohio street home by Clarence Carr, a boarder. who then to kill nimself. He used a razor. According to the police, Carr, who has a wife and two childrem was infatuated with Mrs. Shaw and before committing the crime wrote two notes saying- that the home of the woman he killed was his until Shaw appeared.

Ile asked that he be buried from Mrs. ha vs home. Carr was taken to the 'county hospital, his condition is serious. Ex-Labor Leader For Congress By Telegraph. flricigeport, Ohio, April 3.

Announcement was made here today of the candidacy of Thomas L. Lewis, former presider of the 'United Mine Workers of America. for the Republican nomination for congress in the 1Gth ()hi district. There are 17,000 union millers in the district. When Lewis was defeated for another term ns head of the miners union by John P.

White. last year, he returned to his home here and secured work as a miner. Theaters in Dallas PaILAS, Texas. April 3.An initiative measure to close Dallas saloons at 730 p. in.

was defeated by a few hundred majtority in yesterday's municipal et-ections. The saloons now close at midnight. Another initiative measure favoring Sunday theaters and other amusements was passed by a two to one vote. Baseball Owner Dies By Te leg-raph. Milwaukee.

April 3.Charles S. Havenor, owner of the Arilwaukee American association baseball club. died suddenly today of pneumonia. after two days' illness. Mr.

Havenor was well known in baseball circles the country. He was 47-years old. Susquehanna's Swift Rise By Telograph Wilkes-Farre. Pa, April 3.Yesterday's rains caused the Susouehanna river to rise rapidly this morning and nearly all the lowlands on the west side of the river between this city and Plymouth are flooded. Falling temperature will likely prevent a general Wets in the Lead By Telegraph Lincoln.

April 3.L1censing of saloons vras the chief issue in the town and village elections of Nebraska yesterday and while the changes were not marked the advantage appears to be slightly with the The headquarters for Mister Hams. at the York Meat Provision Co 1-3-6 Try Schilts Beer In Brown Bottles. at all Cafes and Bars- 25-9t BLACK GROUND, GRASS SEED Bone meal hvern dreas4nr. delivered Both 'Phones. R.

Dempwolf. North and Beaver York. Deficient School Children By South Bethlehem, April 3. Prominent physicians and educators from V31 1 US points in the East and Middle Wet arrived here today to attend the second annual conference of the Conservation of School Children, which opened at Lehigh university this afternoon at 2 o'clock under the auspices of the American 'Academy of Medicine. Dr.

Alexander R. Craig, of Chicago, 111., president of the association, was in charge. The afternoon session treated on "Deficient and Backward Children." One of the principal addresses was made by Dr. Henry H. Goddard.

director of research in the Vint-land, N. Training School for Backward and Feeble Minded Children. MARRIAGES HARDINGWIELMERINGOn March 25, 1912, at Lutheran church. by the Rev. Dr.

George W. Enders, Henry Harding and Lena Louise Vintner-Mg, both of this city. April 2, 1912, at the Second LT. I-1. parsonage, 10S East South street.

by the Rev, A. R. Ayres, pastor, Paul C. Loucks and Ada A. Medkvinger, both of York.

KREBS KELLER. On Saturday, March 30. 1912. at the parsonage. G)envile.

by the Rev. W. H. Ehrhart, Paul C. Krebs and Eliza F.

Keller, both of NCW Freedom R. D. DEATHS April 1. 1912. at 5:42 p.

et the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Orwig. 312 North Newberry street, Daniel Hinkle, aged 87 years, 5 months and 26 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services from hie late home on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment private.

at Prospect II cemetery. 2-2t MOCHARDOn April 3. 1912, at 1:30 a. at the residence of her son, J. C.

Smith. High street. Cly, Mrs. Mochard, aged 86 years, 7 months and 6 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.

Interment in the U. B. cemetery, at Cly. HOLLANDEROn April 1, 1912, at 4:40 p. at 253 South George street.

Sadie. daughter of Adc lph and Celia Hollander, aged 19 years and 6 months. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the house Thursday morning, April 4, at 10 o'clock. Interment at 0-her Sholem cemetery. April 2.

1912, at her late home, Iorkana, Pa. Mrs. J. E. Beard, widow of J.

E. Beard. aged 83 years and 11 months. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the house Friday, April 5, at 2 pi rn. Interment private.

at Canadochly cemetery. April 3. 1912, at 4:10 a. at her residence. 139 North Duke street.

Miss M. Bressler, youngest daughter of the late Dr. Charles H. and Sarah A. Bressler.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment private, at Prospect Hill cemetery. WILLIAMSOn April 3, 1912, at Rochester. Pa John P. Williams, aged 03 years, 7 months and 3 days.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the Hartman Memorial chapel, Friday. at 0:39 a. m. Isterment at Prospect Will church. BOWERS.On April 2, 1912, at 2:30 p.

Robert Eugene. infant son of Walter E. and Lydia G. Rowers, aged 4 months and IA) days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the parents' residence.

Green Hill, Friday afternoon. Leave tery, at Cly. HOLLANDEROn April 1. 1912, at 4:440 p. at 253 South George street.

Sadie, daughter of Adc lph and Celia Hollander, aged 19 years and 6 months. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the house Thursday morning, April 4, at 10 o'clock. Interment at 0-her Stholem cemetery. BEARD.On April 2. 1912, at her late home, Iorkana, Pa.

Mrs. J. E. Beard, widow of J. E.

Beard. aged 83 years and 11 months. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the house Friday, April 5, at 2 p. ro. Interment private.

at Canadochly cemetery. April 3, 1912. at 4:111 a. at her residence. 139 North Duke street.

Miss M. Bressler, youngest daughter of the late Dr. Charles H. and Sarah A. Bressler.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment private, at Prospect Hill cemetery. WILLIAMSOn April 3, 1912, at Rochester. Pa John P. Williams, aged 63 years, 7 months and 3 days.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at Hartman Memorial chapel, Friday. at 0:30 a. m. Isterment at Prospect church. BOWERS.On April 2, 1912, at 2:30 p.

Robert Eugene. infant son of Walter E. and Lydia G. Bowers, aged 4 months and 110 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the parents' residence.

Green Hill, Friday afternoon. Leave tne house at 1:30 p. ri-L and proceed to Bethany United Evangelical church, further services will be held. Interment at Mt. Rose cemetery.

IN MEMORIAM KLINE. In Ead but toying remenybrance of my rnether. Elizabeth Kline, vkAho (Led one year ago today, April lb. 1011. Through all pain.

at times she'd smile, A smile of heavenly birth; And when the angels called her home. 1 I She smiled farewell to earth. 1 Heaven retatneth now my treasure, Darth the lonely casket keeps. And the love to linger. Where my beloved mother sleeps.

--By Her Daughter, Maggie Brown. 1' C. A. STRACK SON Funeral 158-160 S. aeorge L.

A. SHIVE'S SONG Funeral Directors. 211 W. Market tt J. D.

DOTTER ER Funeral Director. 18 N. George St. C. Z.

DENIMS, UNDERTAKER and Embalming, 45 9 So lem Ave. J. M. BRICKER, UNDERTAKER, Eta West Market St. t4ENRSP SLEEGER SONS, Funeral Threctora.

830 East Market St. S. M. LOVETT, UNDERTAKER, No- 865 'West Market St. m10-11 CHEARER SH1NDLER Funeral Directors.

900-911 N. Duke EASTER HANDKERCHIEFS Our Handkerchief Department Is partirularly attractive now. Every deeirable kind of Pure Loinen HesAkerehiets for men. Women and Children le InaIvied in the aseortment. D.

F. MILLER, 121 N. George Bt. Nice line of Easter baakets at tbe Candy Short. 106 S.

George St, 3-3 anTratSchltts Beer In Brown Bottles, at azd Try Bch Utz Beer in Brown Bottles. at all Cates and Bars. 25-at By Telegraph. Idondon, April 3.A1bert Stanley, secretary of the Midlands Miners Federation and member of the house of commons, practically announced the end of the national coal strike in the United Kingdom. Addressing a mass meeting of miners at Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, Mr.

Stanley said that it was now impossible to secure the necessary two-thirds majority of the miners in favor of continuing the strike. 'Mr. Stanley has access to the figures and knows the intentions of the miners of the federation which are not available to the public. He advised the miners of the nnock Chase district who have voted against the resumption of work to return to the pits without delay. and they have decided to resume work torfight.

The fact that King George is leaving for Sandringham tomorrow to spend the Easter vacation is regarded as a confirmatory sign that the trouble is at an end. TRAIN KILLS 2 BOYS Two in Reading, and Girl at Shoemakersville Meet Death on the Railway sr-racks By Telegraph. Reading, April 3.Arthur Green. aged 17. and Raymond Miller, aged 13, school boys of this city, were struck by a Reading railway train north of this city this forenoon and instantly killed.

A Pennsylvania railroad train last night struck and killed Lucy Dietrich, aged 15 near Shoeanakersville. WORKERS ATTACK POLICE Riots In San Diego Between Sleuths, Sailors and Citizens By Telegraph. San Diego, April 3.The police quelled a riot on Fourth street by a vigorous use of clubs last night. The trouble began when a score of Industrial Workers of the World attacked Patrolman Langford. Several sailors of the cruiser Maryland.

in port here, came to his rescue, but he was beaten terribly. Then came a fight between a crowd of Industrial Workers of the World, on one side, and policemen, sailors and citizens, on the other. The former finally were driven up Fourth street, but at the Plaza they made another stand and the fighting was resumed. -Police reinforcements then appeared and the officers used their clubs, half a dozen industrial workers being knocked down and many others bruised before the crowd was dispersed. Today Benjamin Butcher, an avowed anarchist, under arrest here, will be started for England, his native laind.

The order to deport him was received by the local immigration officers from Washington yesterday. SCHOOLS CLOSE FOR TEDDY Large Crowd Greets Col. Roosevelt at Hinton, West Virginia I3y Montgomery, W. April 3.The journey which Colonel Roosevelt began when he left New York yesterday has developed into one of the moat important trips which he will make during his campaign for the presidential nomination. Colonel Roosevelt said taday that he would carry his fight Into four states before his return home.

Today and tomorrow are set aside for Wpst Virginia and Kentucky. On Saturday he will speak in Illinois, on Monday and Tuesday in Pennsylvania. On Sunday and Good Friday he expects to test. Colonel Roosevelt addressed crowds at several places today on the way across West Virginia. His first speech was at Ronceverte.

He talked upon the right of the people to rule and attacked political boqssism. At Hinton there was a large crowd. The public schools were closed during his stay to allow the pupils to hear the colonel speak. The first set Speech of Colonel Roosevelt's trip is to be delivered in -Louisville. Aliens Still at Liberty By Telegraph.

Hillevi Ile, April 3.Refreshed by a badly needed night's sleep and the first decent food they had eaten In many days the detective posses went hack into the mountains today to continue their search for Sidna Allen and Wesley Edwards. Fanny and Topsy, the states bloodhounds will be given another chance at the outlaws. So far the dogs have been handicapped by rains which washed away all trails, but the officers are still staking their hopes upon their work. Roosevelt Men in Control By Telegraph. Jefferson City, April S.Republicans of the Eighth congressional district wM elect delegates to the national convention this afternoon.

The Roosevelt delegates will control the convention. 64 to 14. Lose Girard, Kaa. By Telegraph. April ILGirard, the stronghold of Kansas Socialism.

yesterday elected W. H. Ross, a Democrat-Independent. mayor over W. M.

Socialist by a vote of 681 to 245. Try Sehltts 'Beer In Brown Bottles at all Cafes and Bars- 25-9t Farmers Near Vicksburg Leaving With Their Cattle and household GoodsHickman Inundated By Telegraph. Memphis. April the water pouring over the lowlands through half a dozen gaps in private levees south of Cairo and lapping the main embankments at several points the flood situation along the Mississippi river this morning is grave. Officially it is predicted that the stage at Memphis will reach 45 feet.

Yesterday 44 feet was forecast as the probable maximurn but today the prediction was revised. At 7 o'clock this morning the gauge showed 42.6 feet, a rise of three inches since 7 o'clock last night. Government officials are still optimistic that they will hold the river within bounds. So far all the main levees are intact, although several points are regarded as dangerous. The government embankment immediately west of Hickman.

which protects the Reelfoot lake basin and several West Kentucky counties, the White river front at Modoc. and the levee Linda, are giving the greatest Breaks in private levees at Bird's Point and near Commerce, and at Hickman. have relieved the situation at Cairo and the flooding of that city, which was threatened yesterday, probably will be averted. At Hickman the factory district. where the levee broke Monday night, is inundated to a depth of from 15 to 20 feet this morning and the business district is almost covered with water.

New Madrid, and Columbus, alsa are flooded. The gas plant and the sewerage pumping rtations in North Memphis went out of commission last night. Erik today the supply of gas was cut off. Until the water recedes Memphis will be without that commodity. The flooded area In the northern section of the city is rapidly increasing.

It is estimated that 500 or more families have been driven from their homes and practically every industrial plant in that district has suspended operations. With four Mississippi river towns seriously affected by invading waters' caused by the greatest rise recorded' In river history' the flood situation today assumed more serious aspects in widespread distress. I.avy financial loss and impairment of business facilities. From fourteen to twenty blocks: Is the area covered by the flood in the northern section of Memphis. From 700 to 1,200 persons have been driven from their homes.

The water continuos to rise in the Bayou Gayoso, a small levee protection, which gave way "Monday. In the vicinity of the water is rising. Farmers in that district are leaving lowland homes, taking their goods and live stock after the example set by thousands of persons in Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. Suffering at Hickman By Ky April 3.The government levee just west of Hickman, protects the Reelfoot lake country and a great stretch of West Kentucky counties, held firm through the night despite a sharp rise in the river. Experts said this morning they felt assured it would withstand further pressure.

Suffering among the 2,000 refugees Is making itself felt. Tents and supplies are on the way here from several points, but railway washouts prevent their re-aching here. 1 Army Tents to Flood District by apt, I Washington, April 3.President Taft today directed the war department to send 300 army tents to citizens of New Madrid, who have been rendered homeless by the flood in the Mississippi river. SEEK ENCAMPMENT SITE Adjutant General Stewart Looking Over the Ground at Gettysburg By Telegraph. Harrisburg.

April 3.Adjutant General Thomas J. Stewart today began at Gettysburg the inspections of sites offered or under consideration for the holding of the division of the National Guard of Pennsylvania this year. The general will go over te ground occupied by the regulars and militia in their joint camp and the site of the division encampment of two years ago. Later on the general will make an inspection of the site at Mount Gretna. which has already been used for state purposes and will go to Selina Grove, where he will inspect the property used by the Third brigade last summer and adjacent property.

Another site Which has been suggested and which will be inspected is located In the Poconos in Monroe count.Y, along the line of the Lehigh Valley railroad. The data regarding these sites will be presented by the adjutant general to the governor, who will then determine the location. In the event of the guard being called upon to furnish men to the nited States army for service in Mexico should intervention come about the diviSion would be Mobilized at Mount Gretna. This place was selected as the mobilization camp some time ago. BY YOUR EASTER JEWELRY, et the Big SeweiTy Store.

onthe corner of George and, king Ste. (By Telegraph. Milwaukee, April 3.Although returns from yesterday's presidential p7eference primary received up to noon show that Speaker Champ Clark will be close to Woodrow Wilson on the Democratic ticket, leading newspapers in various sections of the state have agreed that final results will be as follryws: Senator Latollette has taken every district in the state from President Taft by vote of 2 to 1. President Taft, however, surprised Latollette managers by support given him in nearly all districts. On the Democratic ticket Woodrow Wilson was given top place over Speaker Clark.

The Second district went for Clark and portions of other districts gave him a heavy Five delegates out of the total 26 from Wisconsin to the Democratic national convention are conceded to Clark. FEAR OLD DAM AT AUSTIN MAY BREAK Men Watching Night and Day to Notify Residents in Case of Disaster--Engineers to Investigate Ttit Harrisburg, April on reports that the old crib darn ot the Bayless company at Austin, located about a mile above the big structure -which gave way last September and partially destroyed the town, was filling because of heavy rains the state water supply commission today directed the owners to take all possible steps to prevent damageand to warn Of the valley- in case of a break and also detail- engineers to make observations. Engineers will be on the ground today and make detailed reports. The old dstm was reported yesterday to be filling rapidly and as there had been doubts expressed as to its strength the commission got into touch witn the owners, receiving word today from George C. Bayless tnat a watch was being kept day and Mght and that arrangements to telephone warnings to people in the valley had been made.

MURDEROUS NEGRESS MUM Refuses to Give Names of Members of Voodoo Cult In the South By Telegraph. Lafayette, April 3.Clementine Barnabet, self-confessed slayer of more than half the 35 negro victims of the -sacrifice' ax" in Louisiana and Texas, refused today to tell officers the names of other members of the "voodoo cult" who helped her in the bloody orgies. The negress warned the officers that the killings would continue as long as members of her "church" kept faith in their "candjah" bags, which are supposed to guard them from "persecution." Members of the cult claim a person "sacrificed" by the ax gains thereby immortality. "Clementine Barnabet is rational and I believe her confession is true," said the sheriff. Expect a Register of 20 Feet Before Nightfall, the Result of the Rains By Telegraph.

Pittsburgh, April 3.Heavy volumes of water coming out of the Allegheny river for the past 24 hours have caused a sharp rise in the Ohio river, and the weather bureau here announces that 20 or more feet will be registered before nightfall. The high water Is caused by renewed rains about the headwaters of the Allegheny for the past three days. At Warren, 150 miles from here, where 14 feet Wa 8 registered, the river was stationary this morning. This stage is about nine feet above normal conditions at this season of the year. Noted Physician Dead By Telegraph.

Philadelphia, April 3.Dr. John H. Musser, one of the most widely known physicians in the country, died from heart disease today in this city. lie was especially noted as a diagnostician and was a member of practically all. the allopathic medical societies in the United States.

Dr. Musser was 55 years old and was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. His father, grandfather and great grandfather were physicians. He was born in Lancaster county, Pa. EASTER HOSIERY Our Hosiery department is well filled with rood values for Infants.

Ohildren. Men and Women, at prices that wilt appeal to all. D. F. MILLER, 121 N.

Getorge St. SUDS FOR WASHING It's great, at grocers. 2 boxes 5c. 3-4tw EAS's all- MARKET at 'Y. M.

C. A. Hall Saturday. April 6. 191Z from 10 a.

m. to 11 p. m- For sale-- Cakes. rolls, bread. 'Laster eggs.

candles. fancy and domeatio articles. All articles are home-made. Auspices of Ladles Aux. Diary.

1-6t Try Schlits Beer in Brown Bottles. at all Cafes and Barn. 26-0t OHIO RISING FAST region. Laying Off Train Crews By Telegraph. Wilkes-Barre.

April 3. The number of idle men in the coal region caused by the suspension of mining, was increased today, when the railroads laid off many crews of coal trains. These men will not return to work until operations are resumed at the collieries. Teamsters employed in hauling powder to the mines have also been suspended. The order of President Dempsey, Difitrict No.

1, United Mine Workers, giving permission to operate washeries where coal Is needed for the boiler rooms at the mines, will present a lot of friction. In the strike of 1902 there were several riots over the operation of the washeries. Miners' Wives Hurl Stones By Tetegraph. Hazleton, April 3.Foreign speaking WOMET1 today stoned stripping employes at Jeanesville, but desisted when workers explained that they were not affected by the suvension. The stripping hands are not affiliated with the miners and don't cut any coal.

Pickets of miners, stopped carpenters going to the Jeanesville breaker but did not interfere with them when they learned that they were engaged only on repair jobs. Neil Ferry, a member of the national board of the United Mine Workers in the Hazleton district said today that the men would pot he satisfied with recognition alone but would ateo demand other concessions. Operator Favors Union Py Telegtaph. Wilkes-Barre, April 3.John C. Haddock, the individual coal operator who recently in a published statement said the big coal companies could afford to grant the miners an increase of wages, is now quoted as favoring recognition of the union.

This will cause no surprise, as Haddocks nosi companies could an increase quoted as favoring union. This will as Haddocks onsi HELD AMERICAN AS A DECOY Mexicans Had Plan to Entray Police From Texas Ey Telegraph. Austin, April 3.Powell Roberts, the American arrested in Juarez Sur 1day, was held by Mexicans apparently as a decoy to entice certain El Paso policemen into Mexico, where these policemen might be arrested, according to an official report to Governor' Colquitt today. The governor wired Secretary of State Knox to try to obtain Roberts release. HARMON TO ANSWER BRYAN Will Speak In Omaha While the "Commoner" Is Making Speech In Ohio By Telegraph.

Columbus, Ohio, April 3Governor Harmon announced today that he would return In kind a proposed tour of Ohio by Witliam J. Bryaa. Harmon will speak in.Omaha April 12. on which date Bryan is speaking In Ohio. At Harmon's headquarters it was said that -this would be the first and only reply by Mr.

Harmon to attacks made on him by Mr. Bryan." Try Alleged Poisoner By Telegraph. Bad Axe. April 3.The work of selecting a jury to try Dr. Robert A.

McGregor. accused of the murder of Scyrel Spar ling, by administering poison. was expected to occupy the time of the Huron county circuit court today. Twelve men already have been examined and none accepted. More than 100 witnesses have been summoned and court officials expect the trial to last at least four weeks.

Funeral Train Delayed By Telegraph. Nashville, April 3.Owing to the delays in Virginia of the train bearing the body of Senator Robert L. Taylor, the ceremonies planned for Nashville will take -place tomorrow instead of today. The body is expected tonight and will Ile In state in the capitol tomorrow. the funeral taking place Friday at Knoxville.

SALE OF HAND BAGS Dig reduction on all Hand Bags for this week. Call and see the big values we are giving. D. F. MILLER, 121 N.

George St. PURCHASES WEAVER GRAND Mrs. Lillian Bates nee Sine of the Aldine late has purchased the Weaver Grand Piano that has been on exhinition durimt the Factory Demonstration tl the Artistic Weaver l'innos ai the special Graves at 512 broad-way. Mrs. Batee is 1el1 known locally on a professional musichut and successful teacher, having a large class of pupils snd is capable of fully o'ppreciating the artistic qualities of the auperb instrument moor in her Tribune.

Msrcit 23, 1912. EASTER JEWELRY Jewelrywho doesn't like jewelry'? Here null find immtnae varieties of the most acceptable aort of Jewelry and the prices are very muoh lower than you will Ituod elsewhere. D. F. MILL.ER, 121 N.

George St 4 61mo By Telegraph. i By Telegraph. Farmers Near Vicksburg Leaving Milwaukee, April London April Stanley. With Their Cattle and household secretary of the Midlands Miners Fed- returns from yesterday's presidential Goods-Hickman Inundated eration and member of the house of peeference primary received up to 7 commons, practically announced the By Telegraph. noon show that Speaker Champ Clark end of the national coal strike in the Memphis.

April the United Kingdom. water pouring over the lowlands Neill be close to Woodrow Wilson on I By TelPgrapit. I the Democratic ticket, leading news- Addressing a mass meeting of mi- through half a dozen gaps in private Perth. Alietralia, April Deficient School Children ners at Cannock Chase in Stafford- levees south of Cairo and lapping the papers in Various sections of the state IA picked up ft the coast ap- By shire, Mr. Stanley said that it was now main- embankments at several points have agreed that final results will be gion.

petrs to seal the ate of the 50 passen- South Bethlehem, April impossible to secure the necessary the flood situation along the Missis- as folleyws: -nee- 1-gravh nying Off Train Crews grt nd the mn of the crew of the Prominent physicians and educators i a By Tele two-thirds majority of the miners in sippi river this morning is grave. Senator Lafollette has taken every itritiah Koembana, which has from V31( us points in the East and favor of continuing the strike. Officially it is predicted that the district in the state from Presi- a teenj nenene see, the disastrous ty- Middle et eet arrived here today to at- Stanley has access to the ekes-Barre. April 3. The figures stage at Memphis will reach 45 feet.

dent Taft by a vote of 2 to 1. Presi- el 0TA il. i on the northwest tene the second annual conference of and knows the intentions of the mi- Yesterday 44 feet was forecast as the number of idle men in the coal region dent Taft, however, surprised Lafol- toast IN- estern Australia during the the conservation of School Children, ners of the federation which are not probable maximum, but today the pre- caused by the suspension of mining, lette managers by support given him was increased today, evhen the rail- le week el Mar in which opened at Lehigh university this; available to the public. He advised the diction was revised. At 7 o'clock this in nearly all districts.

roads laid off many crews of coal 1 he rtekage of the Koombana, afternoon at 2 o'clock under the au- miners of the nnock Chace district morning the gauge showed 42.6 feet, betenge to Adelaide. was found spices of the American 'Academy of Nho have voted against the resump- a rise of three inches since 7 o'clock On the Democratic ticket Woodrow trains. These men will not return to in the einity of the Pearl fishing Medicine. Dr. Alexander R.

Craig, of I tion of work to return to the pits last night. Wilson' was given top place over work until operations are resumed at settein at a small seaport in C'hicago, president of the associa- without delay. and they have decided Government officials are still opti- Speaker Clark. The district the collieries. Teamsters employed in hauling powder to the mines have also tho divisann of weetern tion, was in charge.

The afternoon to resume work torfight. mistic that they will hold the river went for Clark and portions of other Atetralia. During the phoen 67 pearl session treated on "Deficient and been suspended. The order of Presi- The fact that King George is leaving within bounds. So far -all the main districts gave him a heavy Five dent Dempsey, of District No.

1, fishine he fie itelonging to 'Broome Backward Children." One of the prin- for Sandringham tomorrow to spend levees are intact, although several delegates out of the total 26 from Wis- evere ii recited an over forty pearl cipal addresses Was made by Da. the Easter vacation is regarded as a points are regarded as dangerous. The United Mine Workers, giving permis- consin to the Democratic national con- sion to operate washeries where coal netters 'oat their liNes. Henry H. Goddard, director of re- confirmatory sign that the trouble is government embankment immediately vention are conceded to Clark.

is needed for the boiler rooms at the search in the Vineland, N. Training at an end. west of Hickman. which protects STRIKE VOTES INCREASE School for Backward and Feeble the Reelfoot lake basin and several mines, will present a lot of friction. In Minded Children.

the strike of 190'2 there were several West Kentucky counties, the White FEAR OLD DAM AT riots over the operation of the wash- Miners In Northern England Favor TRAIN KILLS 2 BOYS river front at Modoc. and the Out-Rioting In Scotland MARRIAGES levee near Linda, aloe are giving the eries. By 're nee-- greatest concern: AUSTIN MAY BREAK Miners' Wives Hurl Stones i London, A pril while of the HARDING--WIELMERING-On March Two in Reading, and Girl at Shoe- Breaks In By Telegraph. private levees at Bird's miners in the northern counties of 23. 1912, at Christ Lutheran church.

by Point and near Commerce, and at England anti a portien of therm in the Rev. Dr. George W. Enders, Henry makersville Meet Death on the Hazleton, April y. Hickman.

have relieved the situa- Scotland have followed the fighting Harding and Lena Louise Wiltmering, Railway sr-racks Men Watching Night and Day to speaking women today stoned stripping inmie mou tion at Cairo and the flooding of that both of this city. Notify Residents in Case of Die- employes at Jeanesville, but desisted teed of the miners of Lancashire and By Telegrapn. city, which was threatened yesterday, LOUCKS-MESSINGER-On April '2, estec-Engineers to Investigate when workers explained that they were decireel aga inst the resumption of a vo Mie at the Seeond U. It. parsonage, 10S Heading April 3-Arthur Green probably will be aerted At Hi k- not affected by the suepension.

The I work in the pits until the minimum East South street. by the Rev, A. R. aged 17, and Raymond Miller. aged 13, man the factor's district.

where the BY stripping hands are not affiliated with 7 crl lee pi ad ranni reodt i th Necn ere rrer i tatea of wages have been definitely Ayres, pastor. Paul C. Loucks and Ada school boys of this city, were struck levee broke Monday night, is inun- Harrisburg, April on the miners and don't cut any coal. fixed. Tree will give a majority of the A.

Meeisiinger, both of York. by a Reading railway train north of dated to a depth of from 15 to 20 feet reports that the old crib dam ot the miners in the United Kingdom In KREBS KELLER. On Saturday, Pickets of miners, stepped carpenters this city this forenoon and instantlY this morning and the business district Bayless company at Ausitin, located going to the Jeanesine breaker but iv or of continuing the strike but it Marcia 30 1912. at the parsonage. Cen- ld interfere with them when thee' killed.

is almost covered with Water. New about a mile above the big structure is eepected that the federation will vine. by the Rev. W. II.

Ehrhart, Paul aag member eno nctble c- on C. Krebs and Eliza P. Keller. both A Pennsylvania railroad train last Madrid, and Columbus, ale) which gave way last september and neverthelese declare it to be termi- of NCW R. D.

night struck and killed Lucy Dietrich, are flooded. partially destroyed the town, was I'll-return niter'. aged 15, near Shoemakersvi The gas plant and the sewerage ling because of heavy rains the state the national board of the United Mine lle. There hes been some rioting in elif-I pumping rtations in North Memphis water supply commission today oirect- ferant parts of the country. At Dun- I DEATHS WORKERS ATTACK POLICE went out of commission last night.

ed the owners to take all possible steps workers in the Hazleton district said ferroline. seotiand, the unionist miners today that the men would pot be setts- April 1. 1912. at 5:42 Early' today the supply of gas Ne-as met to prevent damage and to earn rest- fled ea with reco gnition alone but would stencil the detachment of police which Riots In San Diego Between Sleuths, off. Until the water recedes Memphis dents of the valiee- in case of a break et the esicience ef his daughter, Mrs.

also demand other concessions. lees the non unionists who Sailors and Citizens Will be without that commodity. The and else detail- engineers to make cab- 1 A Orwig. 31'2 North Newberry had resumed At Pontypel. in street, Daniel Hinkle, aged 87 years, 5 By Telegraph.

flooded area in the northern section of ibervations. Engineers will be on the Operator Favors Union elonmnuthshire, there have also been months and 26 da San Diego ys. the city is rapidly increasing. It ia ground today and make detailed re- Teleg h- late disturbanees. crowds of striking Relatives and friends are invited to at- April police rninere the windows in the funeral services from hie late quelled a riot on Fourth street by a estimated that 500 or more families ports.

Wilkes-Barre, April C. vigorous use of clubs last night. The have been driven from their homes and The old dam was reported yesterday Haddock, the individual coal operator ot Tflillirtday after on at 1 o'clock. practically every industrial plant in to be filling rapidly and as there had Nth(' recently in a published statement heuses of the men who have returned Interment private. at Prospect Itill ceme- trouble began when a score of In- to svork.

ter. dustrial Workers of the World at- that district has suspended operations. been doubts expressed as to its said the big coal companies could at- MOCHARD-On Aprl 3. 191'2, at 1:30 a. With four Mississippi river towns1 strength the commission got into touch ford to grant the miners an increase of wages, is new quoted as favoring tacked Patrolman Langford.

Several at the residence cyf her SOO, J. C. seriously affected by invading waters' itn the owners, receiving word to- MURDERED ANOTHER'S BRIDE sailors of the cruiser Maryland, in Smith. High street. Cly, Mrs.

le-eah Moch- ard, aged 86 years, 7 months and days. port here, came to his rescue, but he caused by the greatest rise recorded day from George C. BaYless tnat a recognition of the union. This Will Boarder Kills Woman Married But a In river history' the flood situation to- was being keipt day and Mght cause no surprise, as Haddocks posi- Relatives and friends are invited to at- was beaten terribly. Then cattle a watch.

Week and Then Tries Suicide tend the funeral on Saturday morning at fight between a crowd of Industrial day assumed more serious aspects in a nd that. arrangements to telephone By 10 o'clock. Interment in the U. B. ceme- people in the valley had tery, at Cly.

Workers of the World, on one side, and vvidespread distress, Inavy financial! warninee been made. Chicago, April Emily Shaw, HOLLANDER-On April 1. 1912, at 4:40 policemen, sailors and citizens, on the loss and impairment of business facie- AV 0 a a married only a week ago, was p. me at south George street. Sadie.

other. The former finally ere driven ties. From fourteen to twenty blocks' muniered today in her West Ohio daughter of Adciph and Celia Hollander, up Fourth street, but at the Plaza they is the area covered by the flood in the etreet home by Clarence Carr, a aged 19 years and 6 months. made another stand and the fighting northern section of Memphis. From HELD AMERICAN AS A DECOY MURDEROUS NEGRESS MUM boarder.

NN Ito then tried to kill tam- Relatives and friends are invited to at- 700 to 1,200 persons have been driven tend the funeral eerviree at the houae was resumed. -Police reinforcements Refuses to Give Names of Members of self. He used a razor. Tb ursd a morning, April 4, at 10 o'c-lock. then appeared and the officers used from their homes.

The water continues Voodoo Cult In the South By Telegraph. Mexicans Had Plan to Entray Police According to the police, Carr, who Interment at 0-her Sholem cemetery. their clubs, half a dozen industrial to rise in the Bayou Gayoso, a small From Texas has a ife and two children, was in- April 2. 1912, at ber late workers being knocked levee protection, which gave way Lafayette La A ri 3-Clementine work bei kked down and By Telegraph. home, Ion, eirs J.

E. Beard, pl fatuated NN ith Mrs. ahaw and before wadow of J. E. Beard, aged 83 years and many others bruised before the crow 'Monday.

In the vicinity of Vicksburg. Austin, April Rob- rkaa committing the crime wrote two notes Barnabet. self-confessed slayer of 11 ntbs. was dispersed. the water is rising.

Farmers i I saying that the home of the woman he Relatives and friends are invited to at- Today Benjamin Butcher, an avowed in that district are leaving Ifniland more than half the 35 negro victims of erts, the annerican arrested in Juarez Sunday, was held by Mexicans ap- ant anarchist, under arrest here, will be homes ed was his until Shaw appeared. tend the funeral services at the house the asacrifical ax" in Louisiana and Friday, -April 5, at 2 p. rn. Ineerment pri- Texas, refused today to tell officers the parently as a decoy to entice certain Ile asked that he be buried from Mrs. vete.

at Caneelocialy cemetery. started for England, 'his native tend. stock taking their goods and live after the example set by thou- ot members El Paso policemen into Mexico, where the names of her of home. April 3, 191'2. at 4:10 The order to deport him was received sands of persons in Ken- "voodoo cult" elm helped her in the these policemen might be arrested, ac- Carr was taken to the county hos- a.

at her residence. lite North Duke by the local immigration officers from tucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. Ills condition youngest is serious. street. Miss M.

Bressler, iaehington yesterday. orgies cording to an official report to Gov- bloody ernor Colquitt today. The governor daughter of the late Dr. Charles H. and The negress warned the officers that Suffering at Hickman wired Secretary of State Knox to try Sarah ABresler.

Ex Labor Leader For Congress SCHOOLS CLOSE FOR TEDDY By Telegrapte- the killings would continue as long as Relatives and friends are invited to at- members of her "church" kept faith in to obtain Roberts' release By Telegraph. tend the funeral services Friday after- -V Hickman, Ky April govern. larielgepert, Ohio, April 3. An- noon at 2 o'clock. Interment private, at Large Crowd Greets Col.

Roosevelt at ment levee just west of Hickman, their "candjah" bags, which are sup- nouncement was made here today of Proepect Hill cemeterte Hinton, West Virginia poser to guard them from "persecu- HARMON TO ANSWER BRYAN WILLIAeIS-On April 3, 191'2, at Ro- protects the Reelfoot lake coon- the candidacy of Thomas L. Lewis, chester. John P. Williams, aged 63 try and a great stretch of West Ken- Will Speak In Omaha While the "Com- former presidert of the 'United Mine years, 7 months and 3 daye Montgomery, W. April 3-The I tucks counties, held firm through the alert-tilers of the cult claim a person moner" Is Making Speech In Ohio Workers of America.

for the Republi- Relatives and friends are invited to at Colonel Roosevelt began I night despite i the I Journey lc I nig (este a are se in Nen sacrificed" by the ax gains therebY teen." felt immortality. Telegraph. can nomination for congress in the tend the funeral services al the Hartman: when he left New York yeriterday has Experts said this morning they Columbus, Ohio, April Pride at 030 a estemorial chapel, y. .1 "Clementine Barnabet is rational 1Gth oleo district. There are 17,000 I terment at Prospect Hall church.

I developed into one of the moat import- I assured it would 'withstand further Harmon announced today that he union millers in the district. When earweinei-en April 2, at 2:30 p.I ant trips which he will make during i pressure. and I believe her confession is true, i. would return a proposed tour Lewis was defeated for another term Robert Eugene. infant son of Waiter, said the sheriff ld i kid V.

his campaign for the presidential nom- Suffering among the 2,060 refugees of Ohio by William J. Bryan. Harmon res head of the miners union by John E. and Lydia G. Bowers, aged 4 months ination.

Colonel Roosevelt said today is making itself felt. Tents and sup- will speak in Omaha April 12, on which P. White. last year, he returned to his and a0 days. I that he -would carry his fight into four plies are on the way here from several OHIO RISING FAST Relatives and friends are invited to at-, date Bryan is speaking in Ohio.

At henie here and secured work as a I tend the funeral from the parents' rest-, states before his return home. Today but railway washouts prevent e. Harmon's headquarters it was said miner. idence. Green Hill, Friday afternoon.

Leave and tomorrow are set aside for Wctst their reaching here. Expect a Register of 20 Feet Before "this I tne house at 1:30 p. in. and proceed tot that thts would be the first and only Bethany lieited Beheghliehi heiiieh. virginia and Kentucky.

On Saturday ay Nightfall, the Result of the Rains reply by Mr. Harmon to attacks made Tents Theaters in Dallas services will be held. Interment he will speak in Illinois, on Monday Army By Telegraph. to Flood District on him by Mr. Bryan." i re- at Mt.

Rose cemetery. arid Tuesday in Pennsyleania. On Sun- lea Iciae-taati- Pittsburgh, April volumes Dallas, Texas. April initiative 1 day and Good Friday he expects to test. Washington, April Taft of water coming out of the Allegheny IN MEMORIAM Try Alleged Poisoner treasure to clese Dallas saloons at E.

Colonel Roosevelt addressed crowds today directed the war department to for the past 24 hours have caused KL In ead but loving Terfielit- sharp rise in the Ohio river, and the By Telegraph. 30 p. ro. was defeated by a few bun- brance IN of my mether. Elizabeth Kline, at several places today on the way send 300 army tents to citizens of New a had Axe, April 3-The Work dred majority in yesterday's municipal who teed one year ago today, April le across West Virginia.

His first speech Madrid, who have been rendered weather bureau here announces that of selecting a jury to try Dr. Robert eaectiens. The salonns now close at ion. I was at Ronceverte. He talked homeless by the flood in the Mississ- 20 or more feet 'ill be registered be- midnight.

the right of the people to rule and at- ippi river. fore nightfall. The high water Is A. McGregur, accused of the murder Another initiative measure favoring ile all heavenly bi pain. at times she'd smile, of Scyrel Sparling, by administering tacked political bossism.

At Hinton I caused by renewed rains about the A sm of rth; poison, was expected to occupy the sundsty theaters and other amusements And when the angels called her home. I there was a large crowd. The public I SEEK ENCAMPMENT SITE headwaters of the Allegheny or the was passed by a two to one vote. I She smiled farewell to I schools were closed during his stay to 1 past three days. At Warren, 150 time of the Huron county circuit court the pupils to hear the colonel 1 Adjutant General Stewart Looking miles from here, where 14 feet was today.

Twelve men already have been 'Heaven retaineth now my treasure, examined and none accepted. More I registered, the river was stationary Baseball Owner Dies Earth the lonely casket keeps. I speak. The first set Speech of Colonel I Over the Ground at Gettysburg than 100 witnesses have been surne By Teleteraph And the love to 'Inger. Roosevelt's trip IS to be delivered in I BY TelegraPh this morning.

This stage is about nine elilwaukee. -Wise April 3-Charles Where my beloved mother sleeps. feet above normal conditions at this moned and court officials expect the ni Louisville. Harrisburg, April 3-Adjutant Gen- -By Her Daughter, Maggie Brow trial to last at least four S. Havenor, owner of the Milwaukee season of the year eral Thomas J.

Stevyart today began at A erica association baseball club, C. A. STRACK SON Aliens Still at Liberty Gettysburg the inspections of sites died suddenly today of pneumonia. Funeral Directors. 158-160 S.

aeorge vt. offered or under consideration for the Noted Physici Funeral Train Delayed an Dead By Telegraph By Telegraph. i after two days' illness. Mr. Havenor By Telegraph.

Hillsville, April tiolding of the division encampmant of Nashville, April 3.Owing to wee well known in baseball circles L. A. SHIVES SONG Philadelphia, April John H. by a badly needed night's sleep and the National Guard of Pennsylvania though the country. He was 47-years Funeral Directors.

211 W. Market St. tt Musser, one of the most widely known bearing the body of Senator Robert L. the delays in Virginia of the train the first decent food the had eaten this year. The general will over old.

t' In many days -the detective posses te ground occupied by the regulars physicians in the countr died from Taylor, the ceremonies planned for J. D. DOTTERER went baelt into the mountains today and militia in their joint camp and the disa ay this city- lie heart ese to Nashville will take -place tonmrrow in- Funeral Director. 16 N. George St.

Susquehanna's Swift Rise 5 Nn a to continue their search for Sidna site of the division encampment of two was especially noted a8 a diagnosticia and was a member of practic.aity all. stead of today. The body is expected By Telegraph. C. Z.

DENUES. UNDERTAKER Allen and Wesley-Edwards. Fanny and years ago. Later ofl the general will the allopathic medical societies in the capitol tomorrow. the funeral taking tonight and will lie In state in the Wilkes-Barre.

April and Embalming. 459 Ave. Topsy, the state's bloodhounds, will be make an inspection of the site at dav's rains caused the Susquehanna. United rs States Dr Musser was 55 given another chance at the outlaws. Mount Gretna.

which has already been a grad Yea old and ws ua river to rise rapidly this morning and J. M. BRICKER, UNDERTAKER, So far the dogs have been handicap- used for state purposes and will go to ted from the place Friday at Knoxville. Univereity of Pennsylvania. His father, nearly all the lowlands on the west ge2 West Market St.

ped by -heavy reins which washed Selina Grove, where he will inspect the SALE OF HAND BAGS side of the river between this city and grandfather and great grandfather op away all trails, but the officers are still prerty used by the Third brigade IV- reduction on all Hand Bags for this Plymouth are flooded. Falling tern- s4ENRY SLEEGER SONS, ataking their hopes upon their work. last summer and adjacent property. were physicians. He was born in week.

Call and see the bi values we are perature will likely prevent a general Funeral 830 Another site Willett has been maggested ast Market St. Lancaster county giving. flood. D. F.

MILLER, 121 N. George St- S. M. LOVETT, UNDERTAKER, 'Roosevelt Men in Control and which will be inspected is located No. 865 'West Market St to.10-tf By Telegraph.

In the Poconos in Monroe counter, ASTER HOSIERY Wets in the Lead PURCHASES WEAVER GRAND Jefferson CRY, April along the line of the Lehigh Valley wrgt goHoTieryvaluedse Lillian Bates nee Sine of the Alinrns Flats hes purchesed the 'Weaver By Telegraph. CHEARER SHINDLER limns of the Eighth congressional die- rallread. Men and Women, at prices that will ap- Lincoln. Nee, April of Funeral Directors. 900-911 N.

Duke St. trict wM elect delegates to the na- The data regarding these sites will peal to all. Grand Piano that bas been on exhioition during the Factory Demonstretion et' the saloons was the chief issue In dm tiol convention this afternoon The be presented by the adjutant general 1 na. Roosevelt delega.tes will control the to the governor, who will then deter- D. F.

MILLER, 121 N. Getorge St. Artistic Weaver Pinnos et the specie' town and village elections of Nebraska. EASTER HANDKERCHIEFS 0 C. Graves at 512 liromd- yesterday and while the changes were Our Handkerchief Depertment Is part way.

Mrs. Dater; is eell known locally mine the location. In the event of the SUDS FOR WASHING tictilarly attractive now. 'Evey deter- conventi n. 64 to 14.

on a professioral mutat-hut and not marked the advantage appears to guard being celled upon to furnish It's great, at grocers, 2 boxes 5c. able kind of Pure Linen linsrkerehlets teal teacher, having a large class of pupils be slightly with the wets." tor men. Women and Children is incituded 3-4tw men to the tilted States army for ser-i end is capable of fulty appreciating the Ser.z.ialists Lose Girard, Kea. artistic qualities of the euperb instru- in the aseortment vice in Mexico should intervention Tele heatiquarters for Dexter Hams. at MILLER, 12:1 N.

George St. BY TelegraPh- EAS's all- MARKET meat noa, in her studio-Logansport, come about the diviition would be Tribune Merc er 23, 1912. the York eleat Provision Co 1-3-6 Kate, April Cie at Y. M. C.

A. Hall Saturday April et. fi Nice line of Easter baskets at tie stronghold of Kansas Socialism yes- Mobilized at Mount Gretna- This pllee 191Z from 10 a. m. to 11 p.

ra. For sale-- Try Sehlitz Beer In Brown Bottles. at Candy Short, 106 GeOrge St. 3-3 er ay ct 1 H. Rosa a Demo- was selected as the mobilizatien camp Cakes, mile, bread.

Master eggs, cendies. EASTER JEWELRY all Cafes and Bars. 25-9t some time ago. fancy and domeetic articles. All articles Jewelry-who doesn't like jeweiry1 Here crat-Independent mayor over 'W.

M. are -home-mad Auspices of Ladies' Atm. till firici immenste varieties of the most Schlitx Beer in Brown Bottles at Yn SEED allTra 'Ford Socialist by a vote of 68 to 2 fes- SIld Barn. 45 Diary aceeptable sort of jew-elry and the prices BLACK GROUND, GRASS eifegt 1-6t 1 Bone meal. BY YOUR EASTER JEWELRY levim dresisthz, delivered Was at Try Sehlitx Meer in Brown Bottles, et at the Big Jewelry Store canethe corner Try Schlits Beer in Brown Bottles.

ist elsewhere. are vary muoh lower than you will tend Ircsmptly Both 'Phones. Wm. R. Demp- Schlitx Beer in Brown Bo D.

F. MILLABR, 121 N. George St 25-gz of George and. King Sta. all Cafes end Bars.

2.5-0t i wolf. North and Beaver York. Pit ael Cafes and Bars. 25-9t all Cafes an 4101MaidffiaMON6 .1. Believe Wan Who Boys ti Slow Dr.

Knob is Menially Affected By Telegraph. Boston, April 3.Police cytticials of Boston and Portsmouth. N. were more confident today that Seth Nichols' declaration that he murdered Dr. Helen Knabe in Indianapolis for 31.500 Is an untruth.

It has developed that Nichols has resided In this city, that his bride of six months died here a few weeks ago and that he Is wanted by the local police on a charge of burglar. "Seth's statement that he murdered Dr. Knsbe is the product of a brain crazed by the death of his wife." said Nichols sister-in-law, Mrs. Della Lyons, of this city. "He worshipped my sister May, and, asamatter of fact, deserted from the navy so that he might be with her." Nichols Murder Story By Telegraph.

Pensacola, April 8Seth Nichols, the sailor, who told the police of Portsmouth. N. Monday that he killed Dr. Helene Knabe at Indianapolis October 23 last. was on board the United States cruiser Dixie the day of the murder.

This information, which brands Nichols' confession as untrue, was received here by this morning. from the commander of the Dixie. which is engaged in target practice in the gulf. Believe Man Who Says ii Knabe is Mentally Affec By Telegraph. Boston, April eta Boston and Portsmouth, N.

11 more confident today that Set is' declaration that he murd, Helen Knabe in Indianapolis fc is an untruth. It has deveiloi Nichols has resided In this his bride of six months died few weeks ago and that he is aby the local police on a chi burglar. "Seth's statement that he ri Dr. Knabe is the product of crazed the death of his wi Nichols' sister-in-law, Mrs. Lyons, of this city.

"He woe my sister lelay, and, asa. matter deserted from the navy so 1 might be with her." -es- Disprove Nichols Murder I By Telegraph. Pensacola, Fla April ols, the sailor, who told the I Portsmouth. N. Monday killed Dr.

Helene Knabe at oils October 23 last. was on le United States cruiser Dixie th the murder. This informatior brands 'Nichols confession as was received here by wireic morning. from the commend Dixie. which is engaged in tars tice in the gulf.

Philadelphia reoduca and Grain Philadelphia, April aWheatSpring' us cent lower: No, 1. Northern export CornLocal trade 1 cent 1-derher; N. 2, yellow for local trade, 8.0481c. OataUnchanged, fair clearmnd. BranUnchanged.

fair demand. Refined au gar ellen wed. ButterQuiet. unabertged. EggsWeak and a shade lower.

Pri Irk Sylvania and other nearby firsts. free capes. $8.45 per came; do. do. 01.2rmn rwceepts.

free per case; Western firsts, free cases. $0145 per come: t1o, current receipts, free cases. $6-410 elMaft1 A ve poultryFirm. fowls towla 15kS1f5t4e; ducks, 15(it1acDriesed. poultrytnchanged de-, FlourQuiet, unchanged.

layFirm, shade higher: N. 1. large 50(4 Art No. 1. rntnn $342f1-5n: No.

2. do. No. 3. do.

$114g21: sound grassy hay. SA 620; no grade. $15(d1TCloverM1red: light mired. No. 1.

No 2, $rO3Q. 4 Chicago Produee Chicago, April oiae: WheatMay, July 105Setio: Sept 93Sts. CornMay 7oi JolY 7434c; Cept. 137.4c. Oats May 5.4fto; July 49eti0e; Sept.

421i kA Sse. PorkMay July Sept. 'Air4May git.P7i4; July Sept. $10.42 Ribs Niay July $9-00; Sept. RreNo.

2, 92e. 1 Timothy CiovNr KILLED IN CYCLONE KILLED IN CYCLONE Chicago Liwo Stock Chicaao, April 3CattleReceipts estimated at market ateatly, to 141 cents hitcher. Beeves, Texas steers, Weste'rn steers, QA1.85; stockers and feederts. rows and heifers, calvea, 1-i )grs Receipts estimated at LOON market steady to a shade blirher. 1018 mixed.

$7 Mai heavy. rough. pigs. bulk of sales. eheen Receipts estimated at 2C1.rintlil market steady to a.

abode' higber. Nativi S46ts6.50; NVestern. 'yeartintna 41mba, native, Western, One Dead and Others Injured In Dela-. wars Homo, th Baby Escaping Wilmington, April 3.A small cyclone which swept over hower Sussex county last night demolished a house occupied by Washington Hickman. near Dagshoro.

Hickman was badly injured and his son William was almost instantly killed. Delphia, another son. lost an eye. knocked out by a piece of debris. Clifford Sockrider.

a boarder. was caught in falling timbers. which broke both his legs. An Infant. asleep in bed, escaped without a scratch.

One Dead and Others Injured I wars Home, the Baby Escal Wilmington Del April cyclone Which swept over hoe sex county last night demol house ocacepled by Washingtol man. near Dagshoro. Hickman was badly injured son William was almost i killed. Delphia, another son, los km-irked out by a piece of del Clifford Sockrider. a board caught in falling timbers.

whir both his lees. An Infant. asleep in bed, v'ithout a scrateh. Try Sett lit Beer In Ertwrt Bottles, at all Cafes and Barri. 2Z-Vt.

NOTICE, TO MEN Droll fall to see the pTeat values Ire olferlsc In Shirts. Socks, (11oNes. tn. elerwear, Nten's Work Shirts. Our regula.t Sloe quetlity IX F.

MILLER. 121 George St EASTER GLC VES When in need of Gloves, either 'Kid or Fabric, we have the hest makes at rieht prIces. D. F. MILLER, 121 N.

Goorgo St. te EASTER GLCVES When in need of Gloves, tet pahric, we have the best makes prices. D. P. MILLER, 121 N.

Gee Try Stbt Its Ilper in Brown nottitogt. Cotten aind Bars. 1-01 Wiaor's -4 S. Duke St- Special values; excellent atylea: at pries that mean a staving to you, 1 50 to 3-3t Wiser's Millinery S. Du Special values; execillent at rines that ilitall a slaving to you i 6.00.

J. FISHER, THE LADIES TAILOR E. Market St will take orders row re make from the lgth of May to the eriet July, either with your or our material. Tho Bost Plato to Buy Your Piano Woaver Warerooma. AV.

Ilex wet St 2U-Ot BLACK GROUND, GRASS SEED one meat. latirn dreasfirtsr. tielivortql promotly. Both Mon PS, Wm. R.

Imp. wolf. North ILnd BOON YGrit. pa. BLACK GROUND, GRASS pane meat.

iewn areeetnie prometly. Beth 'Phones, Wm. 1 Nvolt. North end BOO-Ver Sta. yeri rire line ot Imomet oh000letes at the Candy Shop, 106 George St.

3-3 nre line of Ali TOOPlet ohoetelete Candy Shop. 106 S. George St Try- Sehlitz Br 1i Itnawn. nottimil at all Cates b.nti Bars. 25-1)t Try- Elchlits Beer In Brown.

all Cates end Bars. ChoelPlate ottan de-morat(ket tr (of elta-r4 The-Candy 103 South tleore 1 rry Pk-hilts Tt4Nr In Drown Bott all entea and linra. :04.,04 1 tth ot, Try ittelllitz Beer la Brown. at all Cats aaul tiara. 2-14t Try echlits Beer le Brown.

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