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(VOLUME XX NUMBER 120.
MARIAN, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1912.
PRICE TWO CENTS
BYTHE ANTHRACITE MINERS
WILL A GREAT STRIKE
HOU '. i . ' ' .IrtlijftE.
V UiliiTiiliHfnifiHmfffl - A : t ' . ( 7 I
&ZM -S ifir8 " V
Be Averted? That is the
Big., Problem -oI the
Lehigh Valley A
Wage Hajc of 20 Per
Cent the Chief Issue.
Nine Demands By
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Wllkcstmrro, ln., March 2S. Seven
largo companies with 123 similar cor
porutlons of IcsBcrTOpanUty of output
on hand and about IMUOOO miners' on
the other, comprise Tlic two principal
elements In tho antlirnclto controvcrsj
on tho CVo of it disastrous strike
Of tho nine demands formulated liv
tho mlno workers, negotiations Mr ad
justment aro expected y part con
cession; of but one of UjCm. Schedule
live, which calls for nif'AVoraRo of 20
per cent on tho prosent fAto of wages,
will bo tho pivotal point around which
ultlmatu peace wlU ratmin.
It Id not possible to' glvo 'the exact
amount tho miners dctnunds would
add to thu company payrolls'. The
minimum wage scnlc mentioned in de
mand six Is now a variable, quantity,
depending on the company and char
acter of tho work. The ratio of cm
rloycs paid a straight day wngo and
who will benollt by a percentage In
cienso Is 'loss than half of tho total
number of employed liunds.
DcmandB seven, eight nnd nine,
while desirous on tho part of tho men,
will bo ncgllgablo factors In final ad
justment. These tho miners will walvp
under duress., Demand four hag for
Its1 object, tho abolition of the concilia
fian boardf if council, created by! tho
itnthrncUo strike, commission in l'J02.
It will iigtboimporUint. Demand, sjx
wllWUe wlveilbyJthammfyn.V general
pcreontagiy (ncVcaWoyer the, iittes now
piyd' Aituilir clussnf work.
Tho,jf first ,Ad'omniid, fixing tho tor'm
of the contemplated agreement will not
be significant and inny be eliminated.
Thu third demand, having for its
object the chcck-olt system whereby
tho union dues arc stopped from tho
rjmy of 'tho members at tho mlno will
not be tolerated by tho companies. On
this point they nro positive. On tho
i other hand, It Is an Important sched
ule for tho men au Is the demand for
an incrcaso In pay.
Tho controversy will be fought out
on tho 20 per cent rniso in 'rates now
paid nnd tho recognition of tho union.
Continued on I'nire Three.
That is the Indication This
Afternoon Twenty Hours
; in Deliberation Re
ported 9 to 3.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Columbus, O., March 28. Disagree
ment wua read In the faces of tho
twelve Jurymen In tho Senator Huff
man bribery cases when they woro ex
cused from tholr deliberations for nn
hour for lunch by Judgo Itogora nt
noon toduy. They wfcro given Instruc
tions to lotum and tontlnuo tliQlr de
liberations until thoy arrived ut a
Verdict. Thoy havo been out sinco
Tuesday evening ut 4:C5 and havo
spent approximately 20 hours of that
tlmo In actual deliberations.
Not sinco thoy wont out Tuesday
night havo thoy rang tho Jury boll
tc report that they woro uuablo to
ugree or usk for any Instructions.
Senator Huffman, whoso fato hangs
In tho balance, was at tho courthouse
nil day awaiting tho news. At no
tlmo during his trlnl or sinco tho Jury
went out lias ho shown any worry or
Columbus, O., March 28. Tho Jury
In tho Huffman brlbory oaso onlerod
upon' tho third day of deliberation this
morning, having boon out sinco 4:ii5
Tucsduy evening and spent 1'J hours
of this tlmo In actual deliberation in
tho Jury room.
Tho coolest man In tho courtroom.
when tho Jury llled Into tho Jury box
at 10 o'clock last night before mtlr-
Ing for tho night', was Senator llurt-
Oontluucil on I'ngo Tlirco.
M. n 'A k
, ANTHnACITK SITU
it Name of company.
? Phlludeliilila & ltoadlng
A Iickawanna .;
' Lehigh Vftlloy
A Deluwaro & Hudson ,. .
it Lehigh & Wllkesbarro...
y I.ohlgh Coal & Navigation
A Pennsylvania ..."
A Combined Independent companies..
Tragedy at Washington
Ostracized Pair in a
Foreign Land Inno
cent Victims of
(United Press Leaned Wire.)
Washington, March 2S. ilaby laugh
ter, as ho romped and played, pealed
today from tho lips of four-year-old
Phillip Hlchborn, Jr., In blissful Ignor
anco of the guloldo of his fnthor, cruz
ed by grief of tho elopement of Mrs.
Hlchborn nnd Horace Wyllo, society
tmibpian. With his grnndmothor, the
widow of Itcar Admiral Hlchborn, tho
child has been kept ignorant of tho
tiugedy which has sot aghast society
of two continents. Tho baby Is1 made
ar. orpin in by Hlchburn's sulcido and
tho desertion of his mother, now be
lieved at Monto Carlo, with her "utlln
Itv." Kqually pathetic figures of the tra
gedy aio Mrs. Wyllo and her four
chlldron, deserted by tho husband and
father, whose Infatuation results
today in Philip Hlckborn's lying In
lilt, cofllu with a guplug bullet hole
through his bend. Wyllo'u children
are old onough to realize the blight
ot tho tragedy which has fullon upon
the two Washington homes, but baby
Hlchborn Is free from tho burden of
grief which his mother and AVyllo have
Lrought upon him. Not until ho Is
several 'years older, It Is said, will tho
sol did story of his mother's elopement
and his father's sulcido bo told this
patholld llttlo llguro of tho double
tragedy. Tho ch'lld will not bo per
mitted to attend his father's funeral.
No. effort wob maao today by tho
Hlchborns or Mrs. Wylle to locate
Wyllo and his affinity. Their names
are seldom mentioned in cither of tho
deserted homes. They nro supposed
tc bo living on a tiny Island near
Monto Curio. Mrs. Mnrthu Pcarsull,
sister of young Hlchborn, In whoso
homo ho killed hlmsolf yesterday aft
ernoon, Is prostrated todny denying'
herself to all callers. She was form
erly tho "lavender brldo" of Juipcs
0. Ululno, Jr.1, having been divorced
and married to Captain Pcurslvull, U.
In tho palatial Wyllo homo a desert
ed wlfo is again stricken with tho
horror of tho scandnl renewed by tho
biilcldo ot tho man whoso wife dosert-
ed wealth, hnuic, husband, her baby
boy nnd fi lends to bwome ostracized
In a foreign land with Wyllo. Mis.
Wyllo feels tho tragedy as keenly as
tho Hlchborns. Silo has tho consolation
rnly of the "living death" or her hus
band In oxllo With Mrs. Illckborn. Wy
arranglug tho funoral. Mrs. Hlchborn,
today lies tho death sncrlllco of a
Only matorlul comfort of $.100,000
(settled upon liar last fall by AVyllo
When ho returned In n. vain effort to
effect a reconciliation In enjoyed by
Mrs. Wylle. Tho orphaned Hluhboin
baby bus not oven that future com
tort. Hlchborn was not woulthy, al
though a member of exclusive chilis
nnd social circles of tho capital.
Friends of tho dead man today aio
nranglng tho fiiuanu, Mrs. Hlchborn,
fc'r., and Mrs. Pom will being unable
Hlchboin was found dead In tho
library of Mis. Pan mill's homo yostor
day evening, llpsldo his iiody, clutched
In his hnnd, was tiio grim testimony
t bis solf-dustiuctlnn. Tho ballot
had ploughed through his head and
Imbedded ttsolf In tho woodwork of
the mirror In ft out of which ho stood
to assure ccitnin aim. On tho" desk
was i note:
"I am not to blamo for thin. I think
T havo lost my mind. I wwnt all my
property to go to my son, Philip."
Mrs. Ponrsalt discovered tho tragedy.
Sho found tho library doorB locked
and her biother's hat upon tho hall
rack. Sho called u polleoman, who
broke down tho door and totind tho
body of young Hlchlwrn lying lifeless
In a. pool of blood. Mis. Wlylo was
notlllod of IIIchbor;r sulcido wlillo
dining with friends. ' Tho message
cume over tho telephone Sho fululod
and bus sinco boon prostrated.
An Kngllsh engineer proposes n rull
way fioni Port Said, Kgypt, across
Aiabla to tho Poislan dulf, and thouco
through Persia to unite with tho main
lines of Ipdlu. It would bo 2,200 miles
ii it K M
ATION AT A QLANCH. u A
Mon Approximately A
employes. bi-monthly A
2T.007 $ GOO.OUO ,,
18,410 270,000 .
la.Gsa ooo.iwo a
U',411 2G2,(iOO A
10,171 -.'23,000 'A
8.S80 187,500 A
li.'JGl 150.000 A
H,SS1 2,0UJ,41l A
A H t K
Mamm,ri-i "?mf p ,. ?Mrr. $&?:.. a :r w Being
7 A r W kJ ML v I hove Awo)
The iftluence of .Three
Candidates with Its Own
'Forces to Defeat tho
OVIan the People Want.
(United Press Leusod Wlro.)
Now York, March 28 Oovarnor
Woodrow Wilson's hoadipaartors Issued
u statement tint a 'combination to
defeat his cuudldacy" has divided the
United StatCB so that In some local
ity tho strongest of iho aspirants will
bo pitted against the Now Jersey gov
ernor. The following is thu alleged
lltio-up given by the Wilson boomers.
Claik Vs. Wilson In Iowa, Wisconsin,
Arkunsas, Kentucky, Aklahonui, Kan
sas, California, etc.
Underwood v. Wilson In Georgia,
Klorlda, North and South Carolina,
Mississippi uijd Louisiana.
Harmon vs. Wilson in now York,
Delaw-re, Malno and other Now Eng
land states, and In some control states
contiguous to Ohio.
In conclusion, tho stutomeut uys:
"Is It not about tlmo 'for thoso re
sponsible for this agreement to muko
some explanation to tho American peo
PltK.HKNT A LION TO T. It.
St. Louis, Mo., March 'JS. A thor
oughbred African Hon six mouths old
will 1k presented to Colonel Roose
velt ut tho Armory hero tonight If ho
wsnts htm. Tho Hon boars tho nanio
ot Stanley Kotchel, tho prlzo fighter
who was slain nt Sprlngllold, Mo.
Colonel 11. I'. Dlukorsou, filcud of tho
lute lighter Is making the gift to tho
colonel and the Houv arrived by ox
proas this morning from Sprlngllold,
Tlio Klghlll (Sous lor T. It.
Munclo, Ind March L'8. Uepubll
cans of tho KlghUi Indiana district
at Winchester this aWeruoon endorsed
tho candidacy ofi nosevelt and elect
ed two Itoosevclt dclegtitcs.
Tho Miuli Al-o.
iLgbanon, Ind., luilch 2S dJy a
majority of 17, the two national dele
gates from tho Ninth congressional
dlutrlc-t were Instructed today U Vote
for Itoosevelt. Tho Itoouovelt forces
wortf In control of the convention at
KciIuih Ciibc or Senator Tnjlor,
AVashlng'ilon, 'Mnivh 28. As a last
dfsporntti resort to save Senator Rob
ert Sj. Taylor, qf Tonnesseo, from
dooth, physicians tod-ey nmhtxl "Fid
hWlnff Hob" to Providence hospital
and hurriedly opovmod on him for
gall stonos The Teniiesseun was ro
porter to havo withstood tho opera
tion fairly ivjll, but hU condUlon la
o.xtromolv oitlofll, u.uinti to his
wmikcned 'health Felluw senators
fror ho nut) not rally rroni tin opeiw-Hon.
?t - y
INITIATIVE Ai REFERENDUM PASSED
uHPRHISE MEASURE GOES THROUGH
Received by Gov. Hadley
Stoiy that He Will Bolt
Denied No Option on
(I'nltcd PrcHS Leartod Who.)
St. Louis, .Mo., 'March i's. Colonel
Ilouscxelt arilwd In St. Louis nt S:0U
a. m. toda. lb- was met ut the un
ion station In a dclepmtlun headed
by Governor II, alloy and escorted to
the Planters h'U'l for breakfast.
lie KcIiim-iI to Mxpbilu.
On his way to brrtikfast at the hotel
this morning "olonal Uooievett was
jiroksed fun lit r to oxplnln whut ho
meant In his Chicago spoooh, partleu
birly as to his words that bo "would
have a good d -al to .guy If tho people
decided aff.iinst lilm as the rssult of
tho Juggling of thqlr rights by the
''j'ho colonel absolutely refused to
add anything to his remarks.
"I will not add ll wold," he rto
olsred. "All I ask Is that tho people
road what I say and fuko at t Its x
aot Xute alue. Anyono Who tries to
detract nnythliifc from it or read any
thing Into It, or out of it, Is debitor
Ttoosoelt ulso denied any knowl
edge of urrniuiemoiitB lm1ii)f ben
mndo for taking an Within on the
Chicago Auditorium. 1Iq wild lie had
hoard of no such notion bolinr tuken
and deelaro dtliut if Judgs Ituvell said
tho report was untruo Ills. stateweiU
oould be accepted as llnnl,
Denial or u llolt.
St. Louis, Mo., Muroh 28. Heited
denial was made by Colonel IIoohcwU
today to puhlUhed stories that he hid
Indicated his intention to bolt tho
ticket In rasH bo ifulled In landing the
presidential nomination before thu
Chicago convention and Taft was
named. Through his secretary, ho
Issued the following statement:
"Any statemoJit 1IK'0 that Is a fake.
Any time I lme nnythlng to say on
such a subject, I will sy It myself
and anything 'purporting to conw from
mo unless I say It inysajf. Is a fake."
Members of the Ttoosavek party
declared that the colonel's, statement
In Chicago, to which so much slgnlil
onnce ,was attuched, mis practloally
only a reiteration of what he lied suld
In nn earlier speech nt lfort Wayne,
Intl., In his attack on the "bosses" and
tho "scandalous taotletU.Mn Now York
IIU Position Slated!
In Chicago, ho said:, 1
"If the people decide the way 1
think they ought not to tlftOide. I will
think thoy are unwise, but will havo
nothing to say. Hut If thoy decide
against us as tlie result of Juggling
o.f the .people's lights by tho bosses,
I will havo a good dual to sav."
Absolute denial of a report that th
Uoosevolt forces had taken nn option
nn Iho Au.lftoi luni. In cliktign, wis
made by Alesnndcr H Itevell. pr i
Continued uu Pago rout'.
Everybody Happy Pro
Measure as Good as
Any Ever Passed in
Our Country Reac
tionaries Because it
(United Press Leased Wlro.)
Columbus, o, Mun.li 28. There Is
rojolclng toduv In tho camp of tho
Inltkitlvo and rcien nniMn proiloucnts
In tho oonstltutlonal convention of
Ohio. With the passage last night of
n compromise measure, grunting to
the people of the state tho right to
Initiate desired Iau and constitution
al amtiudinents. and lo pass on all
legislation onauud by the legislature,
anno olieers from weary 'delegates
mid a reuIlMution that the blgWet imd
hardest light In tho convention iwas
ondad. Today tho delegates tiro dis
cussing tho tlato of adjournmen't, us
it Is agreed that the passage of the
InltlatUo and referendum proposal
Will moan nu early ending of tho ses
sions. Tho proposal as Dually adopted
was the Cnssbly (of iLngsn) substi
tute for the original Crosser proposal.
The substitute takes from the 'Cross
er proposal all reference to the direct
Ir.ltlatlvo of desired laws. Thu im usage
ot the proposal cu-me after a day of
debate and roll oalls and was Just
three weeks from the day thut thu
Crosser proposal was taken up and
the discussion begun. Thu Una! ote
vwb 97 to 13.
What lh PrniiMouH Arc,
The propos.il as adopted provides,
In brief, for the Indirect, or legisla
tive method, of Initiating desired
laws uad constitutional amendments,
and also the direct niethnds of inl
tta'tlng oonstituthinal Miiendments;
and lu uuilltlon tho referendum on all
constitutional amendments and such
legislative acts as .the people may
wish to pass upon.
The proposed Inhibits the initiative
being used to secure either single tux
or ulassUlcntlnu of property for pur
poses of taxation.
Tor tho Indirect Initiation of de
sired laws tho slgiMUurue of six per
cent, of the voters of the stato nro
lenulred on .petitions.
Kor the Indirect Initiation of do
shed amendment to tho constitution,
slgmituros ot eight per cent, of alio
vttx tire required on petitions.
Iflor the direct initiation of doslrod
consjtitutlonnl amendments, tliq sig
natures of 12 nor cent, ot the votors
For tho referemdluui In all onsas,
signatures of six por tent, ot tho
voters are required.
To tho LosMutuie 1'U'M.
Under tho Indlrei-t initiative, all
meusures, olther desired l's or cun
stltittlonal amondmciits, mnist llrst bo
tu the legislature In ord r to glvo that
bodv it t lionet to pass "" thorn. U
the legislature falls or r. Hisea to act
Continued on Pago Three.
Taken at Lancaster
Bertha Hall's Testimony
Noticed Strange Apa
thy of Mrs. Hall
When Ruth' Was
(United Prosi Leased Wire.) .
'Lancaster, O.. March 28. Whether
Mrs. Nancy Hull mill ituko the wit?
new stand to defend he, run If from
tho chnrgo of iiolsoitlng four mem
bers of her family and causing the
dcrtUi of hor -daughter Hath, will b
decided largely by the strength f
the state's twtlmouy today. Sh ibnu
of the xlefetwo wltnetncs can romlmt
that part of tho state's esse which ra
in : to the package ot artwnlc tiiii
In u bureau drawer nt tlie Hull boft
after the .poUpontnf. ,!
Mrs. Hall Is alleged to have bought
tho poison' four days bcToro thfr
tracody for tho avowed purpose of
killing ruts in nn outbuilding.
Prosecutor Cort light expects to
show thirt the lHK'kags was not re
inocd from Mrs. Hall's market bas
ket Tor several days after the pur
chase, but was carried Imck and forth
In her dally trips between her homo
and her fruit store. '.Mrs. Hall bought
the pancake Hour tho night before
The defense autorneys last night
studied the famous I French poisoning
itie In which Murltt iLa Foio was
t-i.nvlcted of giving arspuic ,-Xo her
lio.shiinJ, Charles Lu Jmrge. . That
use Is reviewed in n. enrrent maga
zine One of the polnt i;ido by the
author Is that almost any human
laier.t IH show h slight trao of
.useiilo. ChemUt Mafttivrortlt eU-
lied yustorday ttuit onljf A ti'ade of
arsenic was found lu It u Ill's dlgowtlv
organs. ' '
Uetectlvo J. 0. ciaary hnd Coroner
(Peter Itugh, tltvt two sjtar wlttwOTes
or the state, are expected to testify,
Ili.Tlliu Hall's ICildeucc.
I-ineastoT, 0f .March 2S. Bertha.
H.ill, IS, who preinirod tho break
l -t -it tho Hall home- on the. day of
tho latal .poisoning of her sister,
lluili. was placed on tho stand by
Pi imi tutor Courirlght this niornlng
In an effort to send bar mother to the
clem ic chulr for the alleged pluclng.
oi .irseiilc In the panoaks Hour used
In the preimrutlon of that breakfast.
Trim ami alert 1u h short girlish
gown, UcrUia parried every Insinua
tion ot the stuto as to possible tamper
ing with the Hour, yet did It with an
Impersonal straightforward .manner
which robbed It of nil outward bias.
Oneo or twice she was cautioned for
speaking too rapidly.
Ilerthu. said that she removed the
pam-ako Hour from, l.ho basket In
which George Hall, accompanied by,
the mother, had carried It from tho
store U.ie .placed It on a kitchen
table and she was the last to go to
bed that night and roe with her
mother at 5:30 next morning.
"Did you pun io1mii in that flour'."'
demanded Assistant Prosecutor
"1 did not," was the urwjwar.
''DM you see anybody plucu poison
"I did not."
llertlnt said sho cookod llrst u
breakfast Tor her motlicr, George and
two girl boarders. It consisted of
oggs, toast and voffoe. These four
left the house nnd she Itlien opened
the sack ot paucako Hour and made
pancakes for her father, Ituth, M.ir
Uertha. also described the sickness,
of tho family, her mother's return
from the store to aro for them, otc.
She denied! Ithat licr mother seemed
A. J Kllermun, a grocer, who sold
'the pancake Hour to Mrs. Hall and
George Hall on the evening or De
Coiitluucd on I'ngo Tlirco.
Wl.VTIU It I'Olt OHIO.
Haiti tonbjlit mid I'ridiij.
I BfvWJEH )OV Q.V.J
Sw' M Jos
1 SS42? J&u
Veterali Soldiers Advance
And Attack Orozco
Driving Him Back and
Capturing Two Field
ments From Torreen.
(United Press Loused Wire.)
Kl Paso, Tex., March 28. Thirteen
hundred .Mexican feKfcrals, with three
Held guns ami ten rnpld-lirors under
Jleld guns ami ten rnp1
OTfAldiiind of General '
riiported today to
orfefolXJalBzar and Car
iiilimd of General Truey Auborli
i,wiirxuKwiRzar anu cam pa noar-vJiia.
j.?.... ..... M.....
'Lopez, i ,
DjfljhlMies from eel s6;ircos
tibti'f tftl'av assert that trio jr6bcta
afti AOSfcrt surrounded and thlft tho
ptJiro-.ef his command Is Immlnont,
Ofllti , reinforcements reach hint
from.''Terreon. Sucji rInforccmonts
wer s4fd to be HPprtHiclilng and tholr
Hfrital will mean another long drawn
wni Dflttie. Aunert wan supposed to
have fipn lu full retreat towards Tor
re on and his reapipearanco nt Villa
iLupes yesterday, completely surprised
Following yesterdays nghtlng, Au
bert withdrew his forces to Dolores
ranch, apparently enrou'.e to Torroon.
Yesterday, however, he suddenly
aJ-Bnced from Dolores ranch to VlllJ
Lopes and from that point started
nn ndvance against Jlnilnez itself, tho
rbel base and the headqunrtors of
General Pascual Orozco. Aubcrt'a
corp of 1,300 was composed mostlv
or Veterans of several campaigns with
.4nio"ItlzPi VdHirrtcerlj. JWbon the
CcdrBlB bogefn to ndwnee fromllu
Ltptte on .Hmlqc they c-ngaged tho
relielb, driving tHeni ba "toward
that city and capturing two Held
Rurm. The; rfrbajs took refu'gf In th,e
firlgtifjon- ilitrhA ai.fjd' Irt Vr grove gf
cottomvoopft treai " Thoy ;wort) loDm-
mandeJ by Orozco, nitfl),Alazair pot-
(nally. Aft this 'ig. l droxoo sent
Tor all tho rebels u.ong the lino of
the railway as fflr south ns Eilon
to vimp to Jils asltBn;e.
Tho fodornls during the .consulta
tion appeared to bo roConnoltorliig
tho rebel poMtlon and drawing their
fire. They used artillery almost en
tirely and continued tthe ndmnc and
npparentlv rormed to attack.
Tester about 9 o'clock, they 'with
drew towar.l their crmp. leaving' cav
alry outposts In front of the federal
Details of 'the engagement aro ex
tremely meagre, nnd It Is Impossible
to get accurate Information. Most of
the despatches received hero como
from .limine, the rebel headqunrtors.
It is known hero that In tho Jim! tier
rallwav yards, tho rebels havo train
In readiness to move north rapidly In
the event of a serloua reverso or a
A Olplx In Mexico,
Washington, March 28 Orftclnl ills
patches today from Mexico City say
th0 orUls has arrived In tho Mexican
situation. Tho Madoro administration
Is stirred with rear of threatened an
archy following tho overwhelming de
feat of federals by Gonoral Orozco.
The latest movo of General Zapata
iwis a demand Mr the surranded ot
Puobla. within 7.1 miles of Mexico
Cfty. Ho has an nrmy of 2,000 mun
In his Independent revolution. It wgs
reported In Washington tottny mat
Maderi is preparing to lleo.
Troops to Remain Threats
of Dynamiting Trouble
Caused by Bum Ele
ment Wanting to
' (United Press Loused Wire.)
Hoek Islands. His.. March 2S.-Mar-tlal
law will continue In effort In
Uook Island until thoro Is no longer
any iwsslblllty ot renewed rioting.
No political mass meeting will bo
pei mltted until ufter tho primary
election April !.
Saloons miiBt romaln closed until
At least a portion ot tho troops now
In chut go of till city will continue
heie until after oluctlon.
Orders to tills effect woro Issued by
Sheriff nrunor unit Adjutant General
Dickson today following 'lengthy con
ference by theso officials with Mayor
Adjutant Genoral Dickson declared
that later developments may cause
a change In thoso orders but present
Indications load him to believe that
stern mnaHurou aio necessary- to lire-
cnt further bloodshed among the law-.'
less element of tho community.
Tho city was qulot last night aim
onlv half a dozen arrests were made.
These weio nearly alt cases of youths
who shouted and Jeers at thu soldiers
or who refused to "movl on "
Mitvnp Kehiive.r'K home Mas iriiunled
last night by a detull of ten mtUUa
Coututuea oa rage Xlure , ,