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Oil KEYSTONE STATE
!J Roosevelt Makes Inroads on Pennsylvania then
Taft Must be Dropped That is the Doctrine
pi the leaders Justice Dughes Most Likely
(United 1'rcss Leased WIro.)
Philadelphia, Pa., April 13. On tho
result- of tho primaries In ,thls statu
Saturday may hlngo tlio ltcpubllcim
nomlnntlun for tho presidency. Astutu
liolltlclium who linvo watched tho polit
ical barometer of tho dcepcat Interest,
declared today that if President Taft
Is beaten In tho Keystone statu or
even if ho falls to get tho major por
tion of tho representation of 76 dele
gate to Chicago, his potitlcul fortunes
will sustain their seycrcsLJjIowi Hon
utor ijcnrosu huuJs-tliaLJvW private
ly. IW" ji'riY wurlnidijal iCiti)s lloiiteii
.., A . .ri !'.! !! .'.'11 All. i ii
unit) iiiiuiikhuuuhmiB lYfifir1, lu "Ml
hold them personally'
t' -lOAlMM i 11. mill
he Insisted today tin
r..rcn - r: :
tdrnhrrow and tho foMrOno
K liubxqi wua
doubt that a Tuft dcIcg1(WNwould
to, CMikfto; ) Jl
iiSP,1"0?' iftW n,lJfoUUly tiutfiln that
htf tfollM'iitreVthc stole cuYivciitJon
.WWcli'..oMcl"lrt' ' .4e)jy$Alcs-ut-lurge
'lliUii'. i . . . II . i . ooirwoou, an iron oro export oji mi-
(MnMVH working fraWTtoiy t day to luth T, w, rl(cllIu,, M u,0
fft'lm.'"'. .PHoosv.dt.(f lj00nl(Ill8- un,i AMjert .Morrltt thu
folhJivtWrVuro loudly Insisting today noekofollor h.ul ort,crod "ovoryboch
tlrat they would glvo the maehlno u
mtrprlso and tho activity of the Pen
rose forces proved they believed tho
stumping tour of tho colonel had
made Inroads Into tholr Htrcngth. Tho
fnrinern of tho slate firu unalterably
oDUOsed to reciprocity and tho ltoosd
Velt followers have mado tho most of
Hlioulil lioosevclt win a victory In
this state, It was .conceded by tho pol
iticians todav n condition would arise
which would ncccssltato curcful thlnk-
Imr. Munv said It would mean either
imc coionei or n compromise ciinuioiue
bucIi ha Justlqe Jlnglies of. New York!
Thpy u.dmtt that. Hughes is not n cun
' ilidate: Xliat ho does not want to bo
but they also say that no man Is big
cnoush to refuse a presidential noml
nntlun tendered him.
Thurofore, groat Interest will bo
taken In tomorrow's results. The or
ganization claimed today ten of thu
clyo.'ls.trlijts In this city but prl-
K,' Vatc'ly'udmlttcd they will bi) wellHat
Is'tled" to split the delegates. Thoy also
t-fty -that noosevelt will got only ton
' of tho country delegates with a fine
light on tho eight from Pittsburgh.
Lynn, Mass., April 12. With one oar
cut oft nnd Ilvo bullet holes In his
1ody which was mutilated, Georgo 13.
Mirsh, president of tho Good Will
Koiip Msnufnctu'rlng company, nnd
(ino of tho wealthiest soap manufac
turers In tho country, wan found lying
opposlto tho plant of tho General Elcc.
trie company hero by n party of auto
multilists today. Tho police have no
The city Is In a fervor of oxclteniottt
over tho atrocious crime, nifd sub
K'llptlons for a reward for the assas
sin's enpturo liavo been started.
THE CJEF M
In Pennsylvania and Roose
velt Managers Hope For
4. jBig Results at Pittsburg.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
IPItttfburg, Pa., April U. -With
candidates to bo voted for ranging
from president of tho United States
down to th0 members of tho elec
Hon district organization at tomor
row's I prlinurlcu, Pennsylvania todul
Is throbbing politically,
Itoosovolt's rocent tour through tho
state und his. uiitluialaatlu rocoptiou
caused Senator 1'cnroso In tho oast,
und Senator Oliver In tho Wostorn
ond of tho stato to wind up tho light
for Taft with redoubled vigor. Wil
liam Flynu, nooscvolt stato chair
intuit allied with the Mayor Magou
' faction hero, today mado claims that
ltoosovolt would got sovon out of
' ovory eight delegates t( Chicago from
tho western end of tho state. The
presidential tight hero has been tost
sight of In n meusuro In tho mud.
Bllnging battlo bcMronn tho Olivor
und Flynn-Mngoo factions.
. Although' John Ualzell, tho ardont
chiimplon of tho protective tariff who
ulready has 24 years In congr.oss in
his credit, Iiub had an admittedly
hard campaign, his managor claims
ronomlnatlon by a majority of nlioul
:',500l To qom'pllcutio ho jioitlcal
muddle In the western ond of the
stato, n'alsiell W an'-avowod Taft man
while his mnnager, William U. Cola;
man, clerk' of the Allegheny county
vourts, Is running as a nnosovolt
ib'lpgato to tho Chicago convention.
Tho Democrats throughout tho state
'hto lighting for Btnto control with
Congressman Palmor as tho reorgan
ization candidate and formor Judge
Gordon of Pihlludelphla as th or-
' gunlzatlnn raiidldato for tho national
committeeman. It l almost certain
ihat Democratic candidates to tho
Unltlmoro convention will bo tinln
Btructed, ' b
The Steel Trust and Their
Control of all the Iron Ore
in the Country Vast
Supply of Ore Runs
up in Billion Tons.
(United Press Leased WIro.)
Washington, April 12. John 1).
noekofollor and tho "stool trust'' us
bogeys of tho steel industry wtre
"pobh iioohed" today before the
Stanley steel committco hy Joseph
Helhvood, an iron ore export I)u
to stay off" tho Mesahn oro district
und pre vented Clio .Murrltts selling
tholr oro mines. Ho also declared
thu "trust" is not all powerful over
competitors In tho Lake Suporlur Uls
trlct and that now arrivals . could
establish plunts and compete with
success ugulnst them. pjjt
Thut tho trust wuuld hnVc to go
out of business In tho LitlfA Superior
district within SS years was also as
serted by JJolhvood. -
He said that tho stool corporations
xiro supplies would ue o.nuuusicu uy
t'TliVltrust Is now using 5,000,
000 talis of oro unuuiilly,' ho said
"und hus supplies or only 550,000,
000 tons, i 1 do not consider this uil
oxcesslvo reserve supply."
Tho witness told of trying to buj
tho Jlerrltt1 brothers' oro property In
1SU4 for the Minnesota Iron com
pany. Ho said tho Merrills wanted
$1,500,000, and that fahc dou) was
culled' dftT for rack "7X nAidV durjjisr
tho-punle. When askod If tho Itoeko
follur "pursecutlon" alleged by tho
Morrlta, thwarted tho sale, SellWooif
omphutlcully announced, "no."
Kxeluslvo of tho Alabama. Color
ado, Maryland, Pennsylvania und
West Virginia oro bods, Sollwood said
thoro was an InvuluiCblo oro supply
In this country or 3,400.000,000 tons,
He could not estimate how much of
this tho "trust" controls.
'Chicago, April 1'.'. Nino thousand
curponters iwho liavo boon on strike
since April l returned to work today
having iwon their strike for a wage
lnereuso from 00 to C6 cents an hour.
Tho Cur-pontor and Builders' ussocla
tlon signed tho now-union sculo lost
night and building oporntlons wore
resumed full swing in Chicago today.
is'eurly 7,000 men returned to work
lust (Woejt wlion-indijponccnijoomruc-tortr
Jflguud the uhlbn scale.' The de
mand -of the cannentora that contrac
tors usu. only unfon, niado matorlalB
s'tas wltlulruwiu diudg6"John it. Xon
comcf, of tho inunliipal euurt, was
Instrumental in (bringing about tho
When Sir Georgu Airy, ustronompr
royal, determined thu 'longitude of
Valeutla, tho llttlo Island oil! the coast
of Kerry, where tho Atlantic cables
enter the suit, ho had no l'uwui- than 30
chronometers ciurled backward and
forwnrd between Viilentlu und Green
wich Observatory 22 times before ho
Of High Washington So-
ciety They Dance tho
"Turkey Trot" and
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Washington, April 1'.'. Feathers of
h:'h "sassiety" were, runted today,
busily and indignantly, but ovnslvely,
denying that the "turkey trot" and
"Jolly woljible" wore duneud by social
lights ut tho ball of Mrs. Itobort W.
Patterson Thursday night.
Hut "everybody' doln it,"- clubmen
admitted in whlspwed conrabB today.
It was not the real "Harbary coast
stuff," but tho dainty, dollcato modi
leu ,lrot of PurlHlan revision Intro
duced hero by M, Muurleo, cabaret
danciir. nouular jib a booIu! entertainer.
Mrs. 'Nick" Lougworth Is Bald to
havo exhibited her conception of Maur
Ico'a -danco with tho ordlnarly digni
fied postmaster goneral, Hitchcock.
"I'rlncess Allco," having started tho
"gobblers' glide-," tho Wholo ball-loom
llmilly followed In emulation. Among
those at Mrs. Patterson's dunce woro
Miss Helen Taft, tho Aliases Moyer.
duughteru of tho secretary of the
navy, and half a dozen diplomats) and
IN SOCIETY CIRCUS
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Mlts Helen Tnft, Misses Julia and
Washington, April ltf. (Special.)
Miss Hdlcii Taft, tho Misses Mover
und AIIIib Laura Morrlam are to bo
among tho performers at tho nitiu
tour dlrcus to bo given April iG-27.
As a)roudy unnounced, tho president
und (Mrn Tuft -will occupy a box on
the opening night., while ft fashion
able mfdk-uco Is assurod for each jd'f
die 'perr.iiiiuiiK-i-s. The funds are to
bo devotiid tn i-liarit) .
Trouble Between the An
thracite Miners and Op
erators Still Under Con
sideration. (United Press Leased WIro.)
Philadelphia, Pa., April 12. Prno.tl-
cally no progri-fcH toward a settlement
Iiuh leoh intulo iiy tho sub-coinniltt,eo
t-f operntUrs uinl mlnew ouusldorlng
the domahrta of the United Sllno Work
ers In tho luithrailto .Holds. At tho
pic-si' nt rnto tlie cunlereneo will con-
tlnuo for unojhor week. Nearly 00,000
unemployed uiiluu men uwulL the sub
Tho 1'jct that no progress hna bouii
made toward, u resumption of work.
v-us learned today by tlio Unltud Prosa
on the highest authority.
Tlho full couferuneo i-oninilttuo of
twenty and tho tnib-eumniltteo of
eight, which alnoo onrly March havo
Iimiii wri'Mtlliig witli tho miners' de
mands lmvo not ovon settled ono de
mand And thoro uro now nine de
mands as follows:
A one-Mvir ugioonient; an elght
liour work day; recognition of the
union: a mury convenient and ipilulcor
method of adjusting grievances; 21)
per coiit. wage Increase; minimum of
$:r0 ir day for miners nnd J2.2B
minimum for InuurerH; not more than
two laborers to una contract miner; u
fairor welichlmr Hvitem. and thut the
coal Im mined nnd paid for by tho ton
of 2,210 pounds.
Notwithstanding; this rieemlncly
hopeless situation, the sub-coinmltteo
today nvHimod ItK dBllbomtioiis, con-
fldont of ngrefllug ultimately on some
sort of a oonipromlse to recommend to
tho larger conference. TlUa faith Is
partly forced on tho operators' side.
Thov do not want u striko duclared
and when the minors refuse to put the
Ciso up to an nrbllrnllon board the op
erators llnd themselves forced to
chooso batwoen conferring with the
unionists, whom thoy decline to rec
ognlKQ formu '!, nd a rtlrlkc
HltelK-ocK- High Priced.
Wushlr.gton. April 12 Artor com
municating with lihi chlof by long dis
tance telephone, Theodora1 Wood, lieu
tonnnt hero of Postmaster Gonoral
Frank Hitchcock, Iwued a positive de
nial or tho report that Hitchcock had
decided to resign nnd accept a $25,
000 a year Job In New York city.
"ifr Hitchcock authorizes mo to say
that ho has no Intention of leaving the
GiDhlitot," Buld Wood "If he woro It
would lie unlikely that he would tuko
ii $25,000 Jub when he imlv recently
ref usod one n here the onipoimtlon
MARION, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912.
PARTY OF SAN FRANCISCO WOMEN
ATTACKED BY BANDITS IN MEXICO
IMaMMMWNMHB 1 V M IE
',-rom left to rloht, Mn F. U. Caldwell Carleton Dryan, Mn. B. Victors, Mrs.
H. C. Fields.
r l u -.11. -.ii
Mexico Issti.!-- it uiih iii-r.M.i.
arid tho HlrwAi i , i,, 0, .uhlch Just
nrrUcd, wjib m I -J nltli refugees
from tho spujhern r. Dubllc. .Moet of
these rorujrgfflkuori wnmen who left
the countrwjtliL Mi-i-ngtii of an un
ion i.u put'iiTMiroxiw suggestion that
ll-ICO 'WnSUIUl .1 e 111- l.liu'i. fni- f.ir
Til wo Wun
I rtluiiic wurn iinv.
Unit for the
Iatct iuhsi from the
-of thi m had left hus-
x-iuth, as mba
bands or brflt
er i.r other menfolk
The men stayed to
lirJj.crtv, which tliey
could do 'to- 3T
ter '111 Viintnlrn lti tlla
knowledge thntjUluir whes and weet-
nearis wore sure ai immo. '
Among thflR-eriiK'iH was a iwrty
ttt loriil -wmitml u Im Iki.i .. n.iliu...
encounter with" bandit on their way
to trio coast.. In this 'party woro:
MM. F. H. Cfftl'dUcll ulfn llf tlio mi.
pcrlnlendont of, tin Cuiduliirlu mine,
which in ovhed in Colonel Dan
Hums; Mrs. II? 11. Kn Mm, whoso hus
band id suparfiitonilcnt of the S.ui
Vircnto mlnesAind Ik r three months'
old baby; Mrs? J. P Il-nion, wife, of
tho nnJnlarius a-i-tant Hiiiierln.
tendont, and Wtj. He at. Anal Vli tors
CHAS. W, MORSE
PLANS A T
Of Southern Europe in a
With Incurable Maladies.
- Has But Six Months to
(Volt- d Press Loused Wire.)
Floren- It -l Alprll 12. Doomed
to dea-li On the specialists of Flor
ence, I'h.nies W. Morse, tho 'Ameri
can cx-ioinut banker, has bsgun his
final IIIiik at life. The half seoru of
emlnoiit spot iallstu.who. examined the
American ilnanclor hero wore con
vinced that lie cannot llvu six months,
und the banker Iiuh inlanned a gay,
luxurious tour of southern Europe,
us hi I. t uirthly. ploaeuro.
Instead ol retiring to a sanitarium
br taking t" the henlHi resorts of the
ltlvlcra, when the IFJoroneo lthyaldans
passed somen' e upon him, .Morse took
to the bright .Ife of tho Italian hotels,
refusing t succumb -to tho ravages
cf the muiuTous nilmontti which af
lllct 'him, .nut mudov thu pursuit of
health .i iii rely indldontul fenture of
Ms IOur-ipciu travels.
Ameriiu'is in Ituly iwuro unable to
uocount for tills until today wlun It
lecaine knawn that 'the .floronce siic
clalists hud w.irnsd'loro tlmt'liu ha 1
but six months to live; ' .
Now they are aonvlnued thut the
banker, sure of but a brlof respite
from death, Js dotormlnotl to ."make
tho most of It."
AVhen the spring la u little moro
advanced, Morse mill tour Oermany.
Thoro Mho tveclalWs hftvo urged him
to settle doiwu at tho bath ut Carls
bad and by quint Irootment endeavor
to prolong Ills llfo. Thoy 'have In
formed him that ho Is tmfferlug lrom
lirlght's disease, aiHorlal gclorosls and
several minor allmonts, which they
believed tho Carlsbad treatment would
beneilt for a time.
Hut Morse, lodged nt tho most lux
urious hotels In southern Kurapo nnd
far from tho (pilot of tho numerous
sanitariums and hualth rosorts, be
trajs no anxiety to halt his pleasure
for thu problematical promise of a
fow more monthu of llfo. The one
restraint In his hnal l!lii(- Is tho ue
eesslty of strictly dbsorvlng the diet
requirements which limit his eating
Bovillo, O., April 12.-Safe-blowers
rebbod tho postofi'leo hero early to
day find escaped with more than $1,
000 in money and 'postugo stamps
Tho rubbers atolo a horso and buggy
ono mile oast of Seville tint soon
ftbundouol tho animal and stole a
team of horseu from tho farm of
t.'hnrloH S.iyler with whleli they could
mako -bottor llmo In tlio direction of
In the inst ten weoka postonice
robboii) havo gathered about $35,000
In oruugovrile, t'anlleld, AVUkliffe,
Novolty, -Hudson, llorcsi, Nowmk and
other northc.'U Ohio places.
MISS CLARA BARTON
All EMINENT WOMAN
The women, accompanied by their
iiiiBMaiuiM anil a number of men em
ployed at tlie mines, left San VloenU
uinrcn iu ior .MUZHtlan. It wns a
three-day ride on. rmulebck. They
hail 17 mule with them, mmm nniir
wtiWle and tho rest carrying pucks.
At ICterlto, a the party was Jog
ging along under the hot sun, there
suddenly appeared on tho road before
them a cloud of iliiHt. Ii mi-i-m un
to them with tho rapidity of a cyclone
and wnilo they wore wondering what
It meant there emorged from the
elrud aibout 10 mounted bandits, who
surrounded them, yelling "Viva la
revolution!" and firing Into the air
with pistols and rlllee.
Tho travelers vcri ordordd'ifo! dis
mount. The 'bandits' thon'sUnrted to
drive off the mules. Fields ami Cald
well located the two leader of the
band and succeeded In pertuuding
thetii to accept a ransom for the
mules. The two 'best mules the ban
dits retained and with them and the
iiloncy they went on their way. The
refugi-es reached Mazatlan and took
piis-uigp on the Acapulco.
Founder of the Red Cross
To Care for the Suf
feriog Everywhere and
To Rescue the Perish
ing, Dead, at Glen
(United Press, Leasea Wire.)
Washington, April 12. .Miss Clara
-IJt.itou, philanthropist, founder of the
American ltt-1 Cross, and beloved of
all tho nation, died at her home al
Glen Echo, Aid., today. Sho was tit)
years of ago on December 2C,
Tho lied CrosM hondiiuarters were
not notified of her death until latu
thhi afternoon, owing to the fact thai
MlM liarum's homo Is Isolated In the
subiuibs iind her sorrowing reliithf
and frlonds wera 'prostrated by lu.
Although the ugud founder of tlu
Hod Cross has buoti In fullliif,- healih
for years, death cunio almost witheui
warning. During tho winter, sho con
tiucted a iNere cuso of ipueiimoula,
which ulTeuted her heart and It wan
from this latter trouble that death
ensued. At her budsldo when the
uummoiiM cume wuh her nephow, Stu
lhen liarton, of Boston, who has been
vlettim? her. It was said by friends
that MIm llurton's reinalna would b?
Interred ut Oxford, .Muss. No further
urrnii'geii)entM iwero announced. MIki
Parton's services during tha Franco.
Pruselau avur and the Paris eum-munu
Ibrought hor not only famo 'but recog
nition of practically ovory clvlllxod
Bi'vornnunt. Thu Aniorlean National
led tjroas was tho outcome of her
effortu to lessen the miseries of wur.
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rs m ii v "n x vv i
WliVrilKIt FOIt OHIO.
Probably ftilp ividay and Sutmiliiyt
Hslit Mirlublo Minds,
"f Alimeda, who was Waiting
EATH OF GEN
Heart Failure Brought on
Removed From St.
At St Louis, 1850
In 1871 Witnessed
By a Big Majority Ready
to Order tho Strike at
Any Moment Officers
.(United Press Leased Wire.)
New York, April 12. Thut the sen
tlment of the engineers on all the
lallroads lu the territory east of
Chicago und north of the Ohio Thet
is practically unanimous for a strike
und that the proposition of granting
the wage iloinmida or facing a walk
out has alreadj been put up to the
companies, was the announcement to
day of Grand Chief finglneor. War
ren Stuno of the motherhood of Lo
eomotlNe Engineers. Stone uld that
the counting ol "the ballots of the
engineers was tlnlshed today and that
U3. 1 per cent of tho complete strength
of the organisation on all ot tin
great eastern trunk linen had author
ized their general officers to lull a
strike ut uny time they deem d uih
action necessary. As xoon a tlu
ote lOlint was complete .-Hone wrutv!
to J, i Stuart, eliuinnan oi 'In
board of managers, uotlfMng him j
thejiosltlon ussunied by the men .mil
asking If the railroads wish to make
uny counter proposition. He warned
Ktuart that the officers. of the Broth
crliood can now order the striko at
a mouieiit's 'notice and lligji said
that the nun will wult until next
Munduy April 15 for a reply before
laki.ig any further notion.
While the situation Is admittedly
grave, it Is not hopeless. The rail
roads have anticipated the U and
tlu-y are expected to Invoke the Mrrt
in.iii arbitration act to prevent the-Uiicuteiit-d
strike. The nien, however
limisti-d today that they hud thor
oughly canvassed the gltaiiUou und
that tluy would not uccept uny prop
o.-drlon that did not ennj with it
u sitbstuntial Increase In wages.
Stone and his associates are i'oii-lldi-nt
that they will ban- the sup
port of the Hrot-herllood of Locomo
tive Firemen and Knglnenn u lu case
of a strike. That organization has
recently presented demands to the
railroads asking Increased waxes, ex
'tra lircnien on hard run- and num
erous concessions and tlu, like the
eiigin er-. h.ie .umouii. , d that
If tiieir demands are n"t gi-anted,
they will strike.
Chicago For Crash of the
Farmers Bank of Toronto.
Dr. Beattie Nesbit Tak
en Under Name of
(United Press Loosed Wire.)
1'liU-ntrii. Anill !'. ('.inH.h-nl that
he hus tukeu Into custody Dr. iteattle
Neabitt, alleged bank wrecker of To
ronto, Canada, and ex-member of
the Canadian narllament. Assistant
Chief of Police Sehuettler today has
surrouuueu ins 'prisoner with mis
ery, to prevent Interference by
friends of Hie alleged fugitive, until
the ipropur papers for his extrudlt-lun
an bo sent from the Canadian cap
ital. Tho man taken us Nesbltt Is nut
held in tall and It was believed to
day he was spirited out of town. Nes
bltt, who iwent under the name uf
'oleman here, ws IdentHled 'by De
tective Aldrleh or Toronto, who has
hud many 'bu.sliieiw relations with hlpi,
Tim alleged bank -wreckur la suld
to havo secured 2&0.000 lu the crash
f tho Fanners' bunk uf Toronto Jiwt
before he illiMp-peurtKt. A search that
extended throughout America und
Uurupc folluwod. Nesbltt wiu purtlul
y IdentHied by a runner cltlsen t of
t'orouto. He was then -continuously
Shadowed until Detective Aldrleh ar
rived last night. Nesbltt was plenti
fully supplied with funds and It was
expected he would muke a hard light
ugulnst extradition He protested his
lnnoceiu-o and declared he never saw
tho CanaJiuu detecthe before. The
fillr-i. f,..i.' ih.it he mav kecllie his
liberty on a writ of hmbeus corpus us
o iwna urrestkd without a fugitive
A FUHKItAlj CASK.
Nesbltt was turned over Ui the fed-
fill ofllcluls utter formul colnplalnt
ud been nuiile. and his case will be
taken up In tin- 1'ulled Stale courts.
0 wua to be urialgiicd as boon ub the
lltlillCI' iiuuvrs inllld hi illiiwil- Nes
bltt will not be lulu n to Canada for
Continued on Pago Tluco.
PRICE TWO CENTS
GRANT AT "
by Diabetes the Cause,
Graduated at West Point
Battles of Civil War.
(Pulled Press Leased Wire.)
-V . York, April U. Grant is
i'i-.ul Tin- news, flashed from tho
.luittiuni-4 or Major General Frod-eu-k
D. nt Grant at the Hotel Buck
ingham, shortly after mftfnlgtit, sent
u shoik hrough the elty such as thuf
whiih xiartied the- whole countrj- uiion
tluiii'iitii ,,f ,m fjthHP, J7 years ago.
Tin- liens wuh far more sudden. It
came k-M than an hour uftor tho first
uiurm hud linf-n .nin.io.i M.t n-
vrai Grant was even seriously 111. The
ularm liseir had uine before it hud
been generally learned that General
Grunt was 'cn in the city, as ill's
presence here had been k.nt i. n.
"Get a l)hHU-lHn nillelr Thn rr..n.
erjl I dying " ThN telephone cnll,
re. eld at ih night ilek of thu
Siucklngham .it li-so -idoi-k lust
liiKhi w.im ihv tlrM iii-w..
A bel.'ioy wa.s ..-Isput, h-d to the ot-
Brlr. Qon. Frederick Dent Grant..
'"."' ii 'uin. ni-.tr:. but tho
iiluMU.ni was ni.i at home Mrs.
Grant w.im notuiwd and chuitug at tho
delay, she rp-d back hysterUully:
"Get an umbulume. (jet anybody,"
The alarm uui. sent to police heud
uuurtcrs rrtmi which an onubuluneo
va dlspHioHetr. calik were put In tit
1'nmlom vino for physlcluns in the
I'-Jtth avenue dltrh-t und wrfiln a
Tlio (.'(-ller.-il Mi Iih' .
few' minutes two itud responded.
When the u lunula me arrlvcdi with.
in four minutes or the alarm, H 'us
suld that Generui Grant probably wua
tlyliiK. He was In too dangerous a
condition to be n moved and the urn
butane dl'ie '.).
At midnight the gi-neiul died, lu
the hair haur jrevlous the uiurm over
his condition lis J aroused all the
ntWNpuper offices, in most or whloji
the re-ports were regarded with cuu
tion ill view or the fact thut General
i.ruiit'rt presence hereiwas not known.
.Many ntiwspuper men were on tjljn
Mene In a tew minutes, however, hut
an none was allowed to go to thu
apartments, the exact stuto of uffu)rs
was a matter of doubt until (in end
wue put t-j all when the, liotij'a'Jork
was heard ti ruiHift over tiro folo.
pl.nu-' " ' "'"
"Grant Is deiid." ' ) F
Th- lir.-t hand ' Infoniiatrfi jus to
Continued fisim Pago Ono. J
Badly Disrupted by Thoir
State Convention Not
Likely to be Another.
(United Press Leaped Who.)
Day Clt, Mich. Awrtl 12. Thut the
UepuUllcuu Jiarty In Mlchlgun toddy
stand,, disrupted us never before 'lu
tho history or the slate and that an
other btutu convention will naver'Jbe
held ax the result o' yesterday's state
Itepubliiuu cuuVentiun, It 1 Mm opfn
lim or many politliluua here today. '
"The riotous scenes ' which inarkod
the couveiitlon yesterday when ft num.
Iior of delegutes were Injured u'hd
'stioug aim' tuetli-s employed havo
done more than am thing elsd to con
vince the peo'de tliat a presidential
primary is best," said one of tlio dtjlo
gflteg today. :
Tho result of yesterday's convention
w,ls two sots of six itolohiites-at-lurge
to the Chicago convention, ono In
structed Tor Houaeve't and the other
for Tuft and nieuns that tho Until fight
will he made on the lloor of the na
More than one hundred Roosevelt
men toduv made afildavits whlph will
bo presented to tho ndtlonul commit
tee that although suppllud with tick
ets of udmlhslun uy Heiretary Paul
King of the state omunlttee, thoy
were refused admission to the hull
when they presented them at the door.
Muny or the dub-gules today ex
pressed their disgust In general us to
the manner In which tho mooting Wua
conducted, while a number of Hoqso
volt adherents urn bitter In their Ue
nuuci itlon of wiiut they term Uig
"Htnuig arm" methods employed Jy
tho Taft f uvea to ton'.rol the t;onv'en
'sismA vsiLk. u'nrbuvie
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