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I,! DORR ADMITS THE
KILLING OF MARSH
j Relates Story of Alleged Fight
in Auto, Which Resulted in
1 Old Man's Death.
I PLACED BODY IN, ROAD
J Prisoner Nearly Collapses
3 When Cross-examined by j
I Prosecuting Attorne-.
SAX.EM. -Mass., Feb. 2C William A.
; Dorr, the Callfornian who Ib on trial for
tho murder of George E. Marsh, an aged
manufacturer, took the 6tand In his own
"behalf today and testified that Marsh was
flliot by him In an altorcatlon In the auto
mobile in which they wcro riding.
The prisoner said ho had lived In Stock
i ion, Cal., vith his mother's sister. Miss
' Orpha Marsh. He was first an Insurance
solicitor, he said, and then a dealer In
motorcycles, but In March, 1912. ho sold
1 out his business.
I The witness doscribed his aunfs (Miss
I Marsh's) Interest In the eetato of her
I foster-father, James Marsh. This estate.
I he continued, was In the name of James
Marsh's brother, Gcorec E. Marsh, as
I trustee, and by private Investigation ho
found conditions cxistant which led him
o believe that those who managed the
obtate wore unfriendly to his aunt and
that the estate had passed to George J3.
Went to See Marsh.
ITr therefore went cast to see Gcorpo
E. Marsh and hoped by Mr. Marsh's aid
I ro put his aunt's affairs In bettor shape.
DescribljiK his stay In L.ynn. Dorr said
that he saw Marsh several times and
tried to set Into conversation with him.
Finally, on April 11, ho mado himself
known to Marsh and asked the manu
al tnrcr to take a ride with him.
Thev discussed Miss Marsh's affairs on
i ride, he said, but suddenly Marsh
asked him If he really was Orpha Marsh's
nephew and a moment later Informed him
that there had been diucusslon whether
ic was thus relatod to her. Dorr testi
fied that this statement anffcred him and
no utartcd to get 'out of ihe automobile.
Marsh tried to prevent this, and in the
nrufislc Dorr's arm flew up and struck
Marsh on the head. Marsh retaliated, the
witness declared, by striking him over
the head with a wrench and grabbing him
nv the throat.
Kills the Old Man.
Dorr then pot the wrench away from
Marsh, hit him on the head with it and
fired a shot upward from his revolver.
He did not know for a time what hap
pened, but finally he recovered his senses
and started with the body for Marsh's
I'om. Eventually he changed his mind
and placed the body alongside the road
and drove to Boston.
Regarding- a reference in his diary to
a "negro hired to murder Marsh," Dorr
eald that he had written It to relieve
ilmsi'lf of the responsibility in the eyes of
On the night of his return to Stockton
o slept In a lumber yard. He had learned
from a newspaper that he was suspected,
nd he was mentally and physically ex
hausted. Once he decided to give hlm
elf up. He started for the police sta
tion, but his resolution failed him.
District Attorney At will cross-examined
Dorr, "nho, as ho was made to review his
dlrvt testimony, appeared an though he
.light follapsc at any moment.
Th defense rested Its case tonight.
Tomorrow the state will call two or three
itm-EPcs In rebuttal.
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I DAMAGE TO DRYDOCK
LESS THAN SUPPOSED
WASHINGTON, Pob. 26.Admiral
Cowlcs, commandant of the- Pearl har
bor naval station, Hawaii, advisod the
navy department today that examina
tions just completed show that tho bot
tom of tho two sections of tho gTcat
naval drydock adjoining tho suction
which, collapsed last -week bad not risen
feared. This indicates that the
damage to the dock, though, extensive,
is much, fees than. wb supposed,
Tho T.avy department is anxious to
have tho dock ready as soon as posai
blc after the opening of tho Panama
canal, as the Pugct sound dock will bo
the only one avnilable for navnl pur
poses on the Pacific coast, a serious eon.
aidcration if tho Atlantic fleet is sent
through the canal.
I Standard Oil Magnate Dies.
PALM BEACH, Fla,, Fob. 26.
lames A. Moffett, vice president o the
Standard Oil company of New Jersev,
died this morning after a brief illness.
Ho was born in Parkersburg, W. Va
Mr. Mcffett began life as a clerk in
the Standard Oil offices at Parkersburg
nd roeo throngh various positions to
tho vice presidency of the corporation.
He leaves a widow two sons and &
daughter. Tho family Las been spend
ing tho winter here.
I Resigns After Arrest.
PIERRE. S. D. Feb. 2C -State Land
Commtosloner Brlnker tonight reslimivi
his office, after having been arrcrtedon
a charge of obtaining money under false
pretenses. He was accused of paddlntr
his travel vouchers, and after his arrest
he turned back more than $500 the
amount ho Is charged with having se
cured. His bond was fixed at JS000. The
ease will be tried at tho May term of
'he circuit courL
Hj Thousands Pload for Help.
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. Feb. 25. From Now
Mexico alone there camo today to Dr.
Franz Friedrich Prledmann, the voting
German scientist who is convinced he
has discovered a specific for the cure of
puimonary and other forms of tubcrcu
IojsJb. 10.000 pleading requeKts .by tclo-
j ?raph for him to come thcro as carlv
aa possible and test hla lymph
ACCUSE HUERTAAND DIAZ
OF PREARRANGING FIGHT
(Continued from Pago One.)
General Beltran. after promising to Join
him. captured him Instead.
According to the International News
Service informant, none of the officials
of tho Poriirlo Diaz regime wore In the
conspiracy, which was planned and car
ried out by the artillery. Major Rafael
Romero Lopez and twenty artillery cap
tains and lieutenants attended to the de
tails of tho plot.
General Angeles was not :i party io
tho conspiracy, the rebels realizing that
hl3 loyalty and honor were impecca
ble. General Btanquet, who, acting on or
ders of Huerta, made tho actual arrest
of Madera In the palace, took no part
in tho fighting and today he hns no stand
ing with the administration.
Beltran Is Snubbed.
General Beltran, who captured Dlax
In Vera Cruz, Is malting frantic efforts
to make a. place for himself In the good
graces of tho administration, but with
out apparent success. Jle waited two
hours today In an ante-room, hoping to
sco Diaz, but he was refused an inter
view by the rebel leador.
An unpleasant hitch In the negotia
tions looking to the surrender of Emlllano
Zapata, the leader of the rebels in the
southern part of tho republic, has been
caused by the sudden nnnouncement of
Eufemlo Zapata, a brother of Emillano,
that he will at onco assume the governor
ship of Moreios. Emlllano Zapata, who
was expected to arrive at the capital
today to announce his allegiance to Presi
dent Huerta, has not yet arriyed and
the action of his brother has greatly
complicated the situation by causing a
halt In negotiations which woro In a
fair way to sottlo the rebellion in the
The government is pouring troops Into
Moreios. Mexico and Puebla. Several
fights, followed up by a pursuit of tho
robclB by the federals, have been re
ported. Big Threat Is Made.
Emissaries representing northern rebel
leader? arrived here today to treat with
tho government. All were given the same
ultimatum: "Lay down your arms and
submit or bo outlawed and exterminated."
Provisional President Huerta. has be
gun the recruiting of an army of suppres
sion of 150.000 men. To finance the tre
mendous undertaking of stamping out the
rebfd factions that are ravaging the
country, there is exactly 592,000 In tho
The military authorities have discov
ered n plot involving the Fifty-sixth corps
of ruralcs. with headquarters at Peral
vlllo. Many Important documents which
had been sent by General Sanchez Az
cona from Puebla were found, together
with several drnfts on banks. Many ar
rests were made and the ruralos have
Gabriel Hernandez, chief of tho corps
of ruralcs which has been operating in
the vicinity of Mexico City, was arrested
during the day, but tho nature of the
chnrgo against him has not been dis
closed. General Angeles, who lias been arrested
and dismissed several times within the
last two weckP, was again placed in cus
tody today and will bo prosecuted for his
part in tho executions of Colonel Pra
illllo and several others.
Orozco to Be Good.
Tn an interview today, Seitor Pe la
Barra said he had received a telegram
from Pascual Orozco. the rebel leader,
ratifying the recognition of the Huerta
government, and stating that there would
be no further difficulty with tho. rebels
at tho north.
Tho ITuorta government is pursuing a
most vigorous campaign against the Za
patistas, who yesterday massacred forty
persons, intlictcd diabolical outrages on
women and girls and tortured old per
sons in Ozumba.
As soon as the news of the outrage
was received the government dispatched
a company of artillery and three bat
talions of infantry to the scene.
The possibility that the Huerta, admin
istration may havo to render to the
United States government an explanation
of the killing of Francisco Madcro arose
today when It was learned that American
insurance companies will sottlo tho poli
cies hold Sjy Made ro on his life- only after
tho Mexican government has accounted
for his death to the American state de
partment. Senora Madcro is the bene
ficiary of all these policies.
Tho government is repairing the fed
eral defenses with all posslblo haste. All
the volunteer Irregular forces organized
"by Madcro will bo mustered out and set
to work completing tho fortifications be
gun by Porflrlo Diaz and as far as pos
sible, the revolutionists who have been
In arms against Madcro will be organ
ized and disciplined for service as rural
The government lias ordered threo new
l-H)-millimeier coast defense guns for the
port of Snllna Cruz and six guns which
were removed by Madcro will be re
turned. Diaz Ordaz. a cousin of Feliz Diaz and
one of the chiefs In the Diaz revolt, has
been appointed commander of the mili
tary zone of Oaxaca and Vera Cruz.
Murderers at a Hacienda.
Bandits today murdered all the em
ployees of tho hacienda Mayorazzo In the
state of Puebla and after looting all the
buildings -on the place, sot firo to them.
The losa is estimated at half a million
pesos. Federal troops were sent out to
night with orders to pursue tho bandits
until they are captured and killed.
An official dispatch received tonight
says the governor of Aguas Calientcs is
In open rebellion and a strong force of
troops was hurriedly dispatched against
At a meeting of the cabinet this aftrr
n,00"1'';5 decided to name Senator
Lmillo Rabas as Mexican embassador to
Washington. Tho appointee was former
ly governor of Chiapas, is a prominent
politician, a noted Javvyer and has been
Mexican member of sfivoral International
sclentlllc congresses held abroad. The
appointment is generally considered an
Railway communication is now open
from tho capital to Tamplco and It Is
promised that within twenty-four hours
trains will be running between the capi
tal and Laredo.
Tho killing of Emello Madero yexterdav
was confirmed tonight. The pi-esldenfs
brother met death near Bustamente, but
tho particulars of his death havo not
been given ouL
The rebels at Neuvo Laredo and Mata
moras havo telegraphed their submission
to the new regime.
BE LEFT TO WILSON
WASHINGTON'. Feb. 2S. Political
recognition of tho new provisional gov- i
ernment of Mexico is not a matter re
quiring the immcdiato attention of the
secretary of state, and It became prnc
tlcally certain today that this is ono of
the matters which would bo left to the
State department officials maintain that
no Interest of the United States will
Buffer by withholding full recognition and
that all necessary business can be trans
acted under the present working arrange
ment established by Embassador Wilson.
This arrangement in nowise commits the
United States government to an acknowl
edgment of tho legality of tho Huerta
government. If President Huerta is able
to conduct his government In regular con
stitutional form, retain undisputed pos-
session of the capital and extend full i
protection to foreign life and property in !
Mexico, formal recognition will not be ,
The United States government w,ll ! 1
influenced strongly by the extent to
which th Huerta regime provides for a
full and fair election of permanent con
At a meeting today of the senate com
mittee on foreign relatione, at which
Senators Culberson and Sheppard of Tex
as were present. Secretary of War Stini
son and Major General Wood gave assur
ance that such a disposition of troops
would bo made along the Texas border
as would insure protection of that sec
tion agnlnsi invasion by marauders from
Mexico. They said scvun regiments
would be placed along the Texas border.
They explained that the removal of de
tachments from E Paso and other Rio
Grande points had been made necessary
by the crisis in the City of Mexico, be
cause of which It became necessary to
collect as large a force as possible at tho
nearest point of embarkation at the
earliest possible moment, In view of the
fact that Intervention might bo neces
sary. For this reason the nearest garri
sons wcro rushed to Galveston.
With this critical time passed they
said troops from points farther off could
be brought to Galveston and that there,
soon would bo no cause for complaint
along the Texas border.
The Texas senators and the committee
expressed satisfaction with the assurance
Consular reports to Washington today
Indicated tho existence of a certain num
ber of rebellious spirits in Mexico but
there appeared to be a general conviction
of the ultimate success of the now administration.
REBELS ACTIVE IN
STATE OF SONORA
DOUGLAS, Ariz., Feb. 20. An attempt
to disarm former Madcro volunteers at
Agua Pricta early today resulted in a
sharp sklrmlEh in the darkness before
dawn. Most of the volunteers escaped
to this side, leaving thetr arms. Quiet
was restored today.
Part of the rebels from Agua Pricta,
joining others in the hills, attacked and
took tho town of Frontoras later today.
Of the small federal garrison four wcro
killed and fourteen wounded.
Padllla is reported at Cumpas leading
nOO revolting troops, who planned to
start late today for Fronleras, where
the new rebel forces will mobilize
Rebel Juntas have been organized in
many parts of northern Sonora and arc
said to be working with Governor May
torena, who has refused to accept the
Huerta provisional government. At Pi
lnres 1000 rebels arc reported to bo in
arms, and another group at Cananca un
der Clrll Ramirez Is said to contain 1500
The regular garrison at Agua. Pricta
has been reduced to 200 men by tho dis
arming of the volunteers today, and Gen
oral Ojeda has sent a request to Mexico
City for reinforcements to prevent an
attack by the rebels.
About 100 of the former Madcro ln
surrectos escaped Into Arizona. None are
known, to havo been killed. Tho order
to disarm the men camo directly from
General Huerta, It Is said. The men
were not offered an opportunity to givo
up their arms peacefully, as at Juarez.
Tho regular troops seized the volun
At Fronteras, below Agua Pricta, two
regulars and one volunteer soldier wore
killed when a similar attempt was made.
Tho Madcrlstas escaped. The Maderls
tas at Fronteras were under General
I'adlllo. secretary of the state of So
nora, who Is reported to be organizing
forces to contest tho provisional presi
dency of Huerta.
EMILIO MOT SLAIN
SAYS GEN TREVINO
LAREDO, Tex., Feb. 2G. In response
to a telegram of inquiry relative to the
reported death of Emillo Madcro, brother
of the late president of Mexico, near
Monterey last night, Genoral Gcronlmo
Trcvino, governor of the state of Nucvo
Leon, sent tho Associated Press the
following messago tonight from Monte
rey: There has been no cxocuMon of
EinSIlo Madoro, nor was he killed In
this vicinity, nor Is tliero any reason
why harm should be done to the hon
orable person of such a man as Don
Etnlllo Madero. (Signed)
PROPOSE TO CUT UP
'EL PASO. Tex.. Feb. 2l. As a solution
of demands of tho northern rebels for
the distribution of public lands, It will
bo proposed to the government at Mexico
City to employ first tho estates of the
M'adero family. Rebel agents hero today
paid that this plan will be proposed to
General Huerta by Colonel David de la
Fuonle, representing Genoral Saiazar De
la Fuentc loft hens yesterday on a special
train for Mexico City.
The M'adero estates, although drained
by the revolution conducted by the de
posed president and subsequent unsettled
conditions, are among the richest chain
of properties in Mexico. They comprise
a smelter at Torrcon, mercantllo houses,
banks and ranches controlled by the
many sons of the elder Francisco I. Ma
doro. In view of the reported death of at
least two of the sons and the probable
exiling of the remainder and the head of
the family, the rebels hope at once to
secure the Madero estates for distribu
tion to the northern revolutionists.
XOGALES. Ariz.. Feb. 2C The forced
resignation of Governor Maytorena was
confirmed by passengers arriving hore to
night from Hcrmoslllo. Senor Pasquelra
Is reported appointed governor.
The Sonora state congress, after tak
ing tills action against Maytorena, who
had refused to acknowledge tho Mexico
City government, passed resolutions of
neutrality regarding tho threatened up
risings which already have occurred in
many ports of tho state. All is report
ed quiet at the state capital.
Rebels Take Town.
DEL RIO. Tex, Feb. 20. Without
firing a shot. General Carranza and his
rebel followers today took San Carlos,
thirty-five miles from Las Vauas. Mexico,
This band is expected at Las Vacas by
tomorrow morning, and in preparation
the small guard of ruralcs and Mexican
federal officers camo Into Del Rio. One
battery of the Third United States field
artillery is encamped here. No disorder
MESSAGE TO TAFT
Colonel Emilio Carranza with. 200 vol
unteers is preparing to resist a detach
ment of federals supporting Huerta,
said to he soutli of Picdras Xcgras.
Last night Colonel Carrani captured
twenty-live federals several miles below
the city. Todaj' ho sent a detachment
to Las Vacas, the Mexican town oppo
site Del Ttio, Tex.
United States troops are preparing
to protect Americans on the border in
case this latost revolt imperils them.
Captain Biglcr is hero in charge of a
squad of tliirt3 federal cavalrymen and
a full tToop of United States cavalry
from Port Clark is duo nere this aftor
Governor Carrauza is reported to be
1 in the vic.initv of Monclova, Mex. Pie
today wired President Taft and Prcsi
1 dect-eleet Wilson the following:
I Thp Mexican nation condemns the
IRS. PIKKT IS
HELD WITHOUT BAIL
Leader, of Militant Suffra
gettes of Great Britain to
Go on "Hunger Strike."
EPSOM, England, Feb. 2C Mrs. Em
mellne Panlchurat. the militant suffra
gette leader, was committed for trial
by tho police magistrate hero today on
tho charge of Inciting persons to com
mit malicious damage to property. Her
dofonso was reserved for the trial at
The court house was ablaze with the !
suffragette colors, and many militant
suffragists were present.
The prosecutor, a special officer from
tho treasury department, declared Mrs.
Pankhurst was a self-confessed acces
sory to tho. explosion which dostroyed
Chancellor LIoyd-Goorgc's country house.
"A more abomlnnblc and cruel outrage
probably had never been conceived," he
urged. He read extracts from Mrs.
Pankhurst's speeches as evidence that
she had been "seditiously plotting and
conspiring to commit outrages on prop- .
crty and persons with tho avowed ob
ject of overawing the public and ren
dering the lives of prominent men in
tolerable." Mrs. Pankhurst was detained in pris
on, ball being refused because she would
not agroo to refrain from political ac
tivities pending trial.
The prisoner said that she would forth
with begin it "hunger titrlko."' She
"If I am still alive when the assl'es
commence It will be a dying woman who
will bo tried."
A raid on tho telephone and railroad
telegraph wires was carried out early
today bv militant suffragettes in several
parts of Engbind. Many linos were cut
and communication today was rendoved
ACTION LEFT TO
President Sproule of lite S. P.
Discusses Decision of Cali
SAX FRANCISCO, i'eb. 2C President
"William Sproule of the Southern Pacific
railway, commenting today on tho de
cision of tho California stale railroad
commission, in which the dissolution plan
of tho Ilarriman system was blocked,
said there were no further steps to be
taken by his company.
"The next development will come from
tho Union Pacific," he said. "Tho Union
Pacific is the buyer. "We are acting only
After referring to the commission's ac
tion as a "very able decision," Mr.
Sproule said ho agreed with Julius
Kruttschnltt, chairman of the executive
board of tho Southern Pacific,- and dis
agreed with Attorney General Wicker
sham, who said that the decision of the
California railroad commission was pure
ly local and the government plan for the
dissolution would not be changed,
"rr. Wickcrsham says It Is a local
matter, but the attornoy general Is not
Informed," said !Mr. Sproule. "All these
roads arc in California. Ho might as well
say that the Pennsylvania lines are a
local mailer because they are in Pennsylvania."
A heavy cold in tho lungs that was
expected to euro itsolf has boon tho
starting point in nianv caaes of disease
that euded fatally. Tho sensible course
is to take frequont doses of Ballard's
llorohound Syrup. It checks the
progress of tho disorder and assists na
turo to restore normal conditions,
Prico 25c, 50c and $l.pO per bottle.
Sold by Sehramm-Johnson, Drugs, "The
Novor-Substitutos,,, Five (o) Good
RECALL W. D. HAYWOOD
NEW TO UK. Feb. 2C.-By a natJon
wldo voto of all the dues-paj'lng mem
bers of tho party, William D, Haywood,
head of the Industrial Workers of the
World, has been recalled from the na
tional executive committee of the So
cialist party. Tho result of tho vote was
announced tonight by John N. Work,
natlonnl secretary of the party. Ho said
that the count showed 22,500 votes
against Haywood and 11,000 for him.
Utterances made by Haywood in fa
vor of direct action, tho general strike
and sabotage led to the movement. It
was said, to omit him from the executive
DEADLOCKS IN TWO
CONCORD. N. H., Feb. 26 The legis
lature unanimously agreed today to ap
point a committer to invcstlgato the
charges of bribery in connection with
tho vote for United States senator
Tho resolution was not aimed at any
particular man. said the legislator who
Today's ballot for senator resulted In
SPRINGFIELD. III.. Feb. 26. The
sixth Joint ballot on tho long and short
term senatorshlps resulted In no choice.
BROKER DOW FACES
BOSTON. Feb. 2G. Steven It- Dow.
head of the brokerage firm of S. It. Dow
&. Co., was found guilty today on twenty
four of the ninety-two counts of an in
dictment charging tho conversion of
funds of mining companies in which lie
was Interested. His ball of S'Jo.OOO was
continued, pending sentence and appeal.
Dow was president of four Michigan
mining companies, the Algomah, In
diana, Franklin and North Lake. Funds
of these companies amounting to 3300,
000 were involved in the indictment.
LEGISLATORS BACK UP
OLYMPIA. Wash.. Feb. 2C Having
passed an appropriation bill yesterday by
a largo majority over the governor's veto,
the house today reconsidered Its action
nnd voted. SO to 40, to expunge from its
records all reference to what It had dono.
Tho case is said to be without prece
dent In the history of American state
villainous coup d'etat which has de
prived her of her constitutional rulers
who were cowardly assassiuated, but is
aware that her institutions are alive
and is disposed to sustain them. 1 am
certain that both tho government of
your excellency as well as that of your
euccossor will not acxept the BpuriouB
government which Huerta is attempting
to establish upon crime and treason, but
will proceed with circumspection to
wards the social and political interests
of our country.' '
Loss of Appetite
Is loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is
often a forerunner of prostrating dis
ease. It Is serlouD and especially so tc
people that must keep up and doing or
Tho best medicine to take for it la
the great constitutional remedy
Which purifies and enriches the blood
and builds up the whole system.
Get it today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
SAKS JAPAN AGREED
Russian Baron Claims Staff
Officers Sold Plans of Paci
fic Fortresses to Japs.
PARIS, Feb. 25. An amazing story la
related hi a Geneva dispatch to the Ex
celsior which has to do with the Rus
sian Baron Ygor Tilinsky. now at Zu
rich. The baron declares that he holds
a claim on the Japanese government for
$70,000,000. According to him three
Russian staff officers of revolutionary
tendencies sold tho plans of the Paci
fic fortresses, Including Port Arthur, to
tho Japanese government at the out
break of the Japan-Itusslan war. For
political reasons they desired tho defeat
They received in payment thrco checks
amounting to a little more than $23,000.
000 each, payable at Toklo on March '.'2,
1915. The officers further contracted to
remain in the service -of Japan until the
checks were paid. Duron Tilinsky and
a partner named Schwetkl went to Zu
rich in 1912 and endeavored to raise
money on tho checks through a local
financier. Negotiations were opened
with banks in London, Amsterdam and
Dresden, but they refused to make any
advances without seeing the original
In the meantime, according to the
story, the Japanese cmbussy learned of
tho affair and roporled It to Toklo. The
consul at Zurich was instructed to in
vestigate. The Russian government also
took up the matter and sent the Russian
military attacho at Berne to Zurich to
GOVERNMENT SEEKS I
SAX FRANCISCO. Feb. 2C Additional
lndiotments against the eight officials
and employees of tho "Western Fuel com
pany, now awaiting trial on charges of
having defrauded the government, will bo
sought today by United Stales District
Attorney John L. McNab. The grand jury
will be asked to return true bills covering
a longer period of time than that speci
fied In the Indictments now standing.
The federal grand jury will be dis
charged Friday, and it is the Intention
of the prosecution to ask for the return
of tho new Indictments Thursday.
Special Treasury Agenl "VV. II. Tidwell
and Customs Agent John YV. Smith tes
tified before tho grand Jury cyestcrduy.
They continued their Interpretation of
the records of tho company's coal trans
actions, which tho government contends
convicts the company ot having de
frauded, the customs service of nearly
Tho books and records upon which the
present Indictments were based will be
photographed by government officials
and then returned to the company.
Negroes Arc Arrested.
Joo Burns ant Cliarlcn Lawrence, uorrQes. vcrc
arrested loot dIkIu on chargca of displaying dead
ly Tccn-pons. Tho two men aro allescd to liavc
drawn rcvolvorn upon Grorso Jtolli. a bartroder
at the Louisville Liquor company's naloou, CI
Hast Second Soutli Mroet, and to havo threat
ened lilin. hocflUHc lio asked them to dcalst from
(jiurrolln; In thu saloon.
Rod way 's
Mru. V. Dltunar. H3th sL. New Yorlc
City, writes "I eaujjbt a cold. I uaed ono bot
tln of jour Hadway'a Ready Relief with wonder
ful results. . I bavn also round It acta Uka a
charm for loro throat. I used It with great
benefit for several ailments m7 children havo had.
and recommend tt to ray friends.
Sore Throat and Colds.
RAD WAY'S READY RCLICK. at nil druRcIsts.
RADWAY & CO., Now York.
ECZEMA ALL OVER
. CHILD'S FACE
Also on Right Arm, Itched and
Burned, Got So Bad Had to Take
Her Out of School. CuticuYa Soap
and Cuticura Ointment Cured,
Big Pino, Cal. "My little girl'B trouhlo
commenced with a cold 6orn which came in
tho corner of her mouth. It waa pronounced
ringworm. It kept getting
Xgrigf. worse all tho time until
?iJvM ono 'w0'0 f h01 face
Jfl&Z, Vf waa corerod with it. Thla
Ap t--vJ TVao 'sd ecacma. The
Co(Mtldrc eczem appeared on her
)t Jfi right orm between tho
1 vSlA hand and elbow and camo
'Pl out, all orcr her foco in
' sores. A yellow -rralcr
would run outof them. It, itched and burned,
causing her to scratch it and made her crora
and irritable. It waa unsightly, aa hor tzco
was a roasa of sores. Her fac goc eo bad
fcliat I had to tVa her out of pchoo!.
"I raw tho Cuticura Soap and Ointment
advertised, co I sent and got the Cuticura
Bosp nnd Cuticara Ointment. 8bo bathed
bcr tbao and arms In vrnrm "water and Cuti
cura Soap and at night uho would put tho
Outleura Ointment, oa. In a nttio -whlla her
face w&a all right and haj not bothered her
eJnco. Outfcora Soap and Ointment cured
her," (Signed) Mrs. H. B. McMurry. Apr.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment do eo much
for poor complexion, rod. rough hzxtds, and
dry, tbin and failing balr, and cost eo littls
that it Us almost criminal not to neo thorn.
'Sold by daalara throaghou tho -world. Lib
eral mnpto of each malted free, -with 32-p.
book on tho sktn and scalp. AddreB post
card "Oatleura, Dept. T. Boston."
tatarfaff Stick; C&c-. Sawefefo. j
BUDGET SYSTEM IS
ADVOCATED BY TIFT1
(Continued from Pago One.)
coffers through postofficc department
changes. The sum of $2,000,000 would
be cut from the payroll. Mr. T:ift con
tinund, If there were a complete execu
tive rcciasjjiiicjition of civil sorvlco em
ployees. Under this head tho president
"In the present situation many men
nt the bottom nro receiving larger walarleH
than would be obtained for similar work
in outside employment, whereas men in
higher positions carrying great responsi
bility and the succesn of whose perform
ance depends on training and long ex
periences, are inadequately paid. From
the viewpoint of the rank and lllc there
is little hope of rward for merit. Tho
foundation for reclassification of salaries
already has boon laid. In my opinion it
would finable the government to pay
higher fr-alarles to those of whom experi
ence, training and initiative arc required
and make Die saving of ?2,000,000."
Elimination of Waste.
Elimination of waato In the distribution
of public documents; reduction of the
I number of United States assay offices
i and possibly the number of mints and
their consolidation into one, are other
"With much hesitation." the president
recommends the organization of a budget
committee of congress. It should act as
a final clearing house through which all
the recommendations of committees hav
ing to do with revenues and expenditures
would pnsa bcroro they take the form of
"Tho special reason I have for urging
this committee." wrote the president, "la
that at present tho administration Is sori
ously .handicapped by not being ablo to
take up proposals for constructive meas
ures affecting any particular department
with any one body or committee which
will undertako to consider them In all
Goinxr further, the president suggested
that appropriations should be In the fol
To cover overhead and operating cost.
For upkeep of property.
For fixed charges, including sinking
For permanent improvements.
Concluding, ho eays:' "The govern
ment is not only in tho position of having
gone along for a conturv without a
budget, but what Is at this time even
more to the point, it has not the organic
means either for preparing or for con
sidering one. I am recommending that
congress make somo organic provision
whereby tho Administrative and legisla
tive branch may co-ordlnato their offort3
In tho development of tho future activities
of the government as well ns for the
determination of tho expenditures needed
for tho current transaction of its bUBl-ness."'
-or a sprain yon will find Chamber
lam's Liniment eicellont. It allays
tbo pain, removes tho soreness, and soon
restores tho parts to a healthy condi
y R1J dealers. (Advortisomont.)
MARVEL TP EXPERTS
(Continued from Papo One.)
refuse to consent to her being brought
there, several nioro experts will be
sent to continue the investigation in
aitfiurated by Professor Munsterbertj.
Tho tost by tho International Kows
Service representative wis arranged for
by the Hcv. Wetjen. There wcro pres
ent Mrs. "Wetjen, Miss WeMen, iNtisa
Reynolds of Warreu, Mrs. Marv Eask
of Brooklyn and the News Service ex
pert. His report., which was embodied
in the aflidavit filed, follows:
T begun the test by turning- the
stone of my ring- Inside my hand,
putting my hand In my pocket. When.
Bculah came In from another room I
pked hor what I had In my left
hand. She readily said. "A diamond."
1 then put my hand In my right
pocket and ashed her what I had in
my right hand. She said, "Purse,"
which was correct.
I took a coin in my right hand
while It was still In my pocket and
said. "Bculah. what have I in my
right hand now?" She said, "Owir
tcr" I said. "Now. Denial), if you
will tell .me the tlgurcs on the coin.
It Is yours." She began, "1-U-0-S."
and the quarter was hers
I then opened the case of mv
watch and looked at tho number o'f
the movement, closed the cuso and
put the watch roack In mv pocket. I
asked Beulah If she could tell me tho
number of the watch movement. She
began. "5-S-I-9-S-1." Theso were the
Psychologists say that cards arc
tho 'nest test In vases of this kind,
so I took a deck of cards, while Tieu
Jah sat some dlstanco from me. I
asked her one bv one. anTirnxInuiir.iv
half the cards contained in the pack.
She readily gave tho number of spots
on each card and the suit. If It was
a face card or an ace, she so stated.
IUi-3. Rusk then asked her If sho
could tell the name of her son who
was in college. Beulah said, "Fred."
which was said to be correct. Mrs.
Hask told Beulah that sho had a cat
at home and asked her if slm could
tell Its name Beulah said. "Billy."
which was the correct name of tho
rat. Mrs. Ra.sk then said. "Do vou
HuppoHo that yon could tell me "my
last name?" Beulah told hor her last
name and first name also, saving.
".Mary lUisk." Mrs. Tia.sk -ald "that
Beulah had answered all the ques
tions asked by her correctly and that
most of the answers wcro known to
no one -present but herself.
MIbs Keynolds asked, "Beulah, I
havo something in my hand under mv
coat; can you tell mo what It. Is?"
Beulah spelled, "H-a-n-d-k-c-r-c-li-l-e
f " Miss Reynolds with
drew her hand and opened It and it.
contained a handkerchief, which was
presented to Beulah.
Every question asked Beulah dur
ing this Interview was answered cor
rectly and in tho presence of the
Rev. Wetjen. Ills wife, daughter. Mm
Mnry Rask, Miss Reynolds and mv
self. , portion of the time Bculali's
mother and her sister Gladys wcro
present. Beulah seemed to be at her
best and fre from coyness on this
F. E. Wnllinp, a farmer living near
Yukon, Mo., strongly recommends Fo
ley's Tloncy &Tar Compound and says:
"E havo been advised by my family
doctor to use Foley's Honey & Tar
Compound for my children when there
was a cough mcdicino needed. It al
ways gives the best of satisfaction aad
I recommend it to others." Schramm
Johnson, Drujja "Tbo Novcr-Substitu-tors"
Fivo (5) Good Stores. (Adv.)
Independent Coal k Coke company
bonda are called for redemption on or
beforo Monday, March 3.
Than wo do can't bo dono. Century
(Printinsr Co., 55-57 Poatofflce place.
' imported" 'mm i'
WITH CLOSE FITTING TOPS Ifigj.
WINTON2in. ADRIAN 2 vu !,'
j 15 eta., 2 for 25 eta. I f
j Qnctt, Poabody & CoM&or - Prcsi(
SENATE CONFIRMS ONE - S P.
LONE NOMINATIONS I.
WASHINGTON, Fob. 26. Trwin B.; ' ' "
I.a u.hlin was confirmed by the senate to-1 ' 1
da.v as first secretary of the United StatcBj OT pel
i embassy at London. UJr. nomination itail mploy
been up in tho fight between Repiibllcane' ,&qt ,
and Democrats over "000 other nomina- ,
Hons by President Taft. but in view oi p,f P
the cravltv of the diplomatic questions! J- c
pending between I ho United States and. '.Wist
Great Britain, and that, no embassador) Ide t
ha.s boon nominated to succoed Whitelaw; nis
Reld. the senate broke its deadlock for1- 'vr
this case. ,i -nijen
. k res
The man behind the coal-hod'; JJ5f0
can Loll whether it is clean coalj JJ
or not that ho is lugging in. WaJjj
sell good, clean coal. Try somo.J
i: ia cm
WESTERN FUEL COJf
W. J. "Wolstenholme, Mana.lng Director. J uti's c
Arthur McFarlano, Secretary. j "Tlii
Afjents for J ftr Si
KING, HIAWATHA, BLACK HAWK-tWer,
Phono Wasatch 719. Office 73 S. Main.JfWnil
Blue Wagons Bring Better Coal;-, ff
't ') enm
BEST CATARRH DOCTOR'
Has Benefited Thousands Will Do the; Jjcjjn
Same for You or Mouey Back. $jw
This is tho HYC-arBC jgr fa
inhaler, the littlo doctor; i
that ha cured many thotH
sands of sufferers of ca- f
tarrh, sniffles, bronchitis; 'ASH
coughs and colds. y JgJ
It '3 easy and ploasant Sii; 'So
to euro yourself with.; 'ire. Th
irYOarar. Just pour a Four
few drops in tho inhaler,- gnt 1
and broatho it in. Tbo "t
healing, soothing and an- s;
r ! tiseptie air will reach ov-; ,
ory nook and crovico of: G(
tho limcous membrane pt .
the noso and throat; will a Hi
stop tho irritation almost i
immediately; will nljay.
tho inflammation, dnvq !,
out the foul odor; Jail tho ffw
germs and bauish tho uu: am
ease. , jn',1' ...
"Mv wife has beon ; "
inK JTYOMEI for tw? I7 w
months for catarrh gj
pulmonary trouble. ate7rv
l,as received more "u03
i and benefit than from wr JP.Crl
c( 4 other treatment,'' ! ; wt
Exact Size. parrott, Jefforsonvilloj 0. ' Mnv
"HYOMEI has cured mo of ternul
earache and buzzhiff in tho head. I -joth:
would not be without it in the houso any
for a single night." Mrs. S. P. Fuller, s , .
Columbia, S. 0. ,rrt-nrr I too '
Druggists everywhere sell HYOMEJ as
(pronounced lligh-o-me). A compWj , I lik.
outlit, including iuhalor only cojtt W, cut,
$1.00, and an extra bottle, if , after . Vi by
wards needed, is but 50 con to. Schramm Ja font
Johnson. Drugs. "Tho Never bubshl Jgiia?
tors." Five 5) Good Stores, guarw Jiw
tee it. (Advortisomont Wj ,
. T , it Wn
WALKER BROTHERS DRY O00D Jred to
COMPANY, A CORPORATION.
Notice of Special Stockholders' MceJJJ' J
Xotice is hereby given that upfjo Wis ar(
unlay, the 22nd day of Mnrcn. W- " Hi ttt jB
o'clock In tln forenoon of said f" !aro
the oflico of Walker BHlcr8rv?rS i .
company, a corporation. No. C Mjgfln ZVo g
block, corner of Third South and JM 1 truly
street. In Salt Ike City . Ltnn . yonn
will be a special meeting of th Sty
of the common capital stock of w ricfl jjJ. A
poratlon. for the purpose of conia u iiidi
a proposition to increase the com gau
capital stock thereof from i-f' tM rVood.
S600.000. by amundinj; article o (J , Battle
artlcios of incorporation so as to P" j on."
for such Increase. -.vt,i5R, d fn tTr
(3i8..n J. b. Sffi j Ser 7
CHAS. A. WALKER. Secret,Qr-":,re tWP appnav
And also as the holders XJ ,lin?,
one-third of the common capita' "$p.e"mn
of --aid corporation. IB,