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TOE MMION DAILY MIRROR
yOLUMI! XX NUMBER 134.
MARION, OHIO, SATURD AY, APRIL 13, 1912.
PRICE TWO CENTS
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SUPREME IMPORTANCE OF
VOTE IN IENNSYLVANIA
Admitted by Both Taft and Roosevelt Managers
Looks Very Much Mixed and Nobody Seems
To Knoiv1 What will Happen Much Roose
velt Sentiment at Pittsburg.
(United Press Leased Wire)
Pittsburg, Pa., April 13. Up to tho
tlmo of 'tho opening of tho polls
throughout Pennsylvania at 2 o'clock
this afternoon weather conditions were
such that a light voto was feared, hut
rerorls from Philadelphia shortly bo
foro 3 o'clock were that tho mm hail
broken, through tho clouds and bal
loting wa.i livening up.
In the western end of tho stato the
sarno weathec. conilltloiiH .prevailed.
arno weathct conilUtons lit
Noting U Mltiii U Mt the nf
tut grojj; JiMvltH'jiwijril tho
Votlntf Ms imilMm)t the nftornoon
put grow' jeUvltH'tfonird tho supper
hour. jnJ5drJ frWYH'(ho lntcrIorff
tho 4tati!jik;1(3 'fdr,i(Mlavy vote Vifa-e
.tfaTt, aJiaHRotiaovolt head
eil IhIM llfl
h uft niob
"scourln'i'l) etIty tiitetilvL-i men to lit
polls. Hid both hofiVjc urges of "M 2
ruptIon"!M'ro lluiitfMfoadcast frjlm
both heaj4fdrter8. .' ' Mi
ine importance or "the PonnsylvaJli
result frflfri'a national standpoint was
forcibly Impressed by telegrams from
Managers iDlxon nml MelClnloy at
Washington to tho respective head
quarters hero asking for immediate
returns on tho vote. Returns nre
bound to come In slow owing to the
lote hour, 8 o'clock, of tho -closing of
tho .polls. Probably only Philadelphia
and Pittsburg results will be known
tonight, while the llnal result, which
both sides now admit will bo close muy
i.oi ue Known until tomorrow nbon
Much Roosevelt Sentiment.
Pltrsburg, Pa.,. April 13. If tho
Ttbbseyelt sentiment In Hho Keystone
stato Is qh wrongous his Inunagors de
clared Just'biforu Iheuponlng of.tlio
iprlmariea it(dpy''PomBJ'lvniilu (will
send a string unti-Tart delegation to
Taft managers throughout tho state,
(hacked by 'tho socond-term-su'p'portlng
JiewKpuiiors to'day admitted thVir hi
Utility to solve tho depth of tho Roose
velt sentiment In' various localities.
"Roosevelt backers declared this uft
ctnoon'a prlmiirlen w'mild show that
tho rridu who carried Pennsylvania for
'tne presidency by it majority of G2G
'rAo'wtnlY)tild have a mnjorlty of tho
R4 delegates to Chicago. The 12 oth
er delegates will bo chosen by tho Re
publican stato convention.
"Final imid-alluzlng Interviews were
'sW-n out' by both tho Ollvor ad
Pilnn-Mageo facllonu hero early today
with claims from, tho FUnn-iMageo
people that Roosevelt would got novun
oilt of every eight delegates In tho
(western ond of tho stato.
Thero seems to bo no special prefer
nce for a candidate among tho Demo
crats who will vote for the samo num
ber of delegates but tho fight centers
on tho cpntrol of tho stato organiza
tlcn with tho "rcgulurs" making strong
To keep tho children off tho streets
n nd help them to grow up useful
members of society a number of Juven
ile workrooms will shortly be opened
But He Doesn't Seem to
OEBave Any Household
Gopds His Bonds Piling
up but Not a Very
(United Pr8 Leased WlreV)
Cincinnati, April 13. Listing a gold
watch valaed at 1100 and disowning
any household goods, dogs or agri
cultural Implements, President Tart's
tax duplicate Is an file In tho Hamilton
county courthoiiBo today showing tho
executive's taxnl)lo property hus In
creased In voIUo $30,720 over lust year.
Tart h'as acquired JGO.OOO In stocks
during tho year, Increasing such hold
lilg from a total of $10,000 worth list
ed ft year ago.
Ho reports $8(0 In bank as against
$3,720 Just year, together with ubout
$1,000 In, inUrcbllaneoiitt items.
Tho total value i)f hlS'personul prop
erty Is $51, HO., Debts (tmountlng to
$11,500, tho Uuplioaie vhaws,' reduces
IUh taxaTil'i possessions to $4S,(I0,
No RoniamU (Viiiwiled.
Philadelphia, April 13- President
John T'. White, of' tho minors, today
mid that not oven ono of tho nlno do
unondSof thej an'thrnclto workoru had
been conceded In wholo or In part.
Dlo said tint tilt) operator and miners,
except for u mor' conciliatory mood,
tyere no nearer a sottlotnent or their
differences today than they wero dur
ing the Marsh' conforeiVoea, "litcli led
lo tho, augj)Qilon order.
Tho "battle of statlatlca" liotiwoop
tho oiporatora and mlnenit' mibcommlt
tee was resumed today. Adjournment
iprcVbably will bo taken at noon today
until next Monday or Tuesday. The
conferees took up tho domnnun as a
iwhplo odav, realizing that tho quos-1
tlon of Jipura Involved wages and
ER OF THE
Geo. E. Marsh Involved in
'(Much Mystery Jealousy
or Revenge Believed to
jbe the Cause.
.(United Press T.nnsml Wlrn.
I.yliojjfliusa , April 13. With careful
Voalieltiton of every linsenlili. lim
jvHug(hK,fehein up sipmrcly against a
;4(ino fjrjjlt, the pollc of this city and
the state pollco culled In to aid tliuin.
admitted ''tcMlay that tho murder of
Millionaire George H. Marsh was thoi
most mvHtorlous crlmo In tho history
of tho common wealth.
They aro woiklng In tho dark us
what wii believed last night to bo a
most promising load, tho knowledge
tlut tho soap manufacturer had been
secTi driving with u woman, was ex-
M"0,ri1 when tho woman in question
,acoul,luu ror "" her actions dur
Ing tho day and showed that sho hail
not bevn In Marsh's company after 3
o'clo k on Thursday. It Is certain
that Marsh was not slain until that
night. Tho pollco are convinced, how
ever, that Jealousy or revenge was the
niotlvo for tho crime. They ulso know
frtjm things ulready discovered that
tlU imniptratnr of thr nrhnn ni,o
rioiAu'iltio'of uiiuhuuI Intelllgenco whose
llbllltv to cover every truck was most
lemuikuble. Uecauso of this thev de-
clut'o that when uu arrest Is mudo the
community will probably ba astound.
'ed-pt tho prominence of tho accused.
After conferring with Murah's busi
ness associates uud members of tho
murdered man's family, tho tjhlor of.
pidleo today said that not a tent of his
money nnd nono of his Jewelry hud
been disturbed. Tho ilrst shot (lred
caused Instant death, lis Was demon
strated by tho muto test'mony of tho!
iean mans eyeglonse.s remaining fix
ed on his nose, hut tho slayer vindic
tively emptied tho contonts of u iimk-
tizlno pistol 'nto tho lifeless form,
Tills, the pollco accept as conclusive
evldenco thitt revenge, possibly that of
a Jeulnis.pian, was tho motive for' tho
scorn of oxpwt detectives began
today a carofql Investigation of tho
dead millionaire's prlvato life. itv
this method thoy are convinced thev
will strlko tho most tmiinlHlm? rlim
and iiosslbly bo tiblo to determine lust
who had a reason for desiring to kill
Qovornor Foss, In, addition to sond
Ing tho stato pollco .hero to aid In
solving tho mystery, will also offer a
substantial reward as nn Incontlvo to
tlot(ctlvo work. Tho city will offer a
icward. ih will 'the MuboiiIc nnd busi
ness associates of tho murdered man.
careful search of tho innrshet of tim
Bougim rlvor. In which thy lody was
found by n bench comber yesterday,
has failed to help tho police. They
nro certain tho actual slaying tool;
nlaco miles from tho placo In a resi
dence According to tho police, thoy found
no enemies of March among tho busi
ness men ho htm associated with, or
itmong his former employes. All spoke
in mo iiigncsti terms of him and be
cmiso of this fact tho olk leaned
moro and more today to tho Jealous
Marsh was 73 years old. While ho
was most proud of his business ability
und spent much tlmo In his office ho
uvea mo simple llfo and It was u
common belief among tho InhabHuntu
of tint city that thoy "could set their
watcnes' by tho old man's dallv
A mysterious stranger who wb anm.
about tho Marsh homo on Thuradav
llU-S not Yfth lmnn f.ui.iil -rtr. r.i.....t..
ii. ueigengren and other persons liv
ing in tho vicinity hnve furnished a
description or this man nun he In be
ng sought. Ho hud a smaM runalKiut
nutojnabllo nnd police nlso havo a do
scilptlon ,mt it.
Valuo of Kttfl 'IVusfH llnt.
WkiShliiBton, April 13 Staggering
statistics or the pnormoim vultio of
tho "teol trust" mines or Iron ore In
'tho region around itako Superior,
Wero given today to the Stanley tteel
rcmmltteo by Thomas V. Cole, of Du
luth. Ore worth $aTG,000,000, ex
clusive or tho Jllll Te'Ascd nilneH, Is
owned by tho trust nn tho Meaaiba and
Vermillion range.i, Colo detolared. Wit
net was manager or till tho trust's
ltko Superior properties until threo
years ago. Ho said slightly over fifty
per cent of all oro In tho Mosivba
range l nrtw mvnod by the trust--.
0,000,000 tons lit tll.
Tho oro expert denied knowlodge of
any Intention of tho "trust" to buy
tho HUH mines.
Cole's testimony concludes the steel
Tho roport will be (prepared for
submission to tho house within it
COAL BARONS AND STRIKE LEAD!.,!', ANTICIPATE NO TROUBLE
IN REACHING SPEEDY AM) AMICA, l.l U-j'lLEMENT OF DIFFERENCE
iTom ..., nonu .noma, Kennedy,
At tho conference between the
was selected by tho labor leaders.
Prosldont John P. White. John l.'nhv
resented by W. J. Richards. S. D Twarrler, Col. R. A. : PhMllps u,,d 'Morrli wilMnm-. ln 0perut0r8 wl b
TAFT'o REN0HT1 HANG
ALANCE WHILE BALLOT
Treatment in English Pris
ons of the Most Outrag
eous Kind Requiring
Medical attention. ;
fthilted 1'resf. .I,easoa Wire.)
InntUii,. April llHtorles told
tho suffragettes, Just dlselnirgwlfrom
Ilriilowoll prison of (tho cruolty of
prison attaches In connection with the
forcible feeding of tho women who on
gaged lit tho hunger strlko, hnvo
ni uused their companions and nnoth
or violent outbreak Is feared. Women,
among them some of tho lenders of
the vhtes for winncu movomont, wore
held down frt chairs by wardresses nnd
food forced lnti their stomachs by
means of tubes through tholr mouths
nnd nostrils. ' Many were rendered so
ll by this liVo'thnd that thoy rofiulred
niedlcal attentfqn. while othoro wore
discharged bectrtiso tho authorities
fcareil they might, die.
In order to project against tho moth
ods of the prison officials a grc.t de
monstration wits: arranged today for
Hydo park , Rccuusq Mrs. IJmmolino
I'flnkhurst nnd Mr. and Mrs. Totlilok
iJnwropQe were compelled to Bvo iKind
tt- takn no part In "violent demonstra
tions." pending tholr trial, cltnrged
with conspiracy and Inciting the riot
thoy wll not talk according to today's
plans. Instend, the chief speaker will
bo Miss Sylvia Pankhurst. wlm linn
Just returned from a most successful
speaking tour of tho United States.
It Is the plan of tho loaders of tho
movement to make tomorrow's ilomnn.
HtnUlons one of tho 'argent In thu his
tory of tho "cause." Delegations will
do present nom all parts of Oroat
Ilrltulii. Tin police have takon string
Ollt nrcontlllnnit to nrevent nnv mil.
break by tho militant element after
Took u l.lttle Tumuli.
Toledo, O., April III. dVlncew
Troubetzkay, who, with liur husband,
Prince IPatil Troiiiliotzkoy, Is a giut
of, Oeorge W IStevons. of thn 'iviimin
A't museum, and who Is attending a
iiotnljlo exhibition -of the prlnco's
mnilpturo .nasterpldiRH in tho nitiBoum
I'.ele, wns the centor of n rather unique
siiuution yostorday, Tho princess, mo.
torlng in tho country, mw a lumb In
tho road near here. Sho niton lambs
nnd Is iiccustomovl to tako whatever
she llko.i and sottlu attenwnrd. Sho
kltlntupttd the lamb, brought It In the
motor ear t this city. .Soma liours
nftorward tho irato ownor of tho lamb
Wil succeeded In following tho trail
to tho Inner olroltw or royalty. lie
wanted "tho low" on the elts royal
fiieslH. It was oxplolned to him b
Irleuds, The entire jarty inotorod
vlth t'.te lamb 'back to tlio pasture.
wnoro the lumb Was Idontllled as iba
longing tci the IIkI( of the farmer.
Tho lamb's, mother had luul tuius ami
the prlaoSK wanted to buy the old
sheep nnd the twin lambs. The far
mer wouldn't sell them (but Ilnullj'
"(Treed to sell tho laiu'b which hud
leoh kl'lnupod The princess will take
It abroad with her
Jmm JIIL' ' Mfc
John F. Whlto pre.lclcnt Mln..i0 Worker,
Oemptey. all of tha nations board.
operators and tho mining delegates hold
nnrt m V n m; Z V,,'." if" ,lV"
j iipsa mn in wnnsa iin.,Hn ...in nM t.
William Beattie Nesbitfc
Doesn't Desire to go Back
to Toronto Says He
Didn't Take Money
(United l'rms I.iased Wire.)
Chicago, Aiuil 13. Douoiinelng his
arrest ns a pjri of a criminal rnniplr-
acy worked mt against lUnt by his
onomles In Toronto und denjlng thnt
ho profited In .iny way by the fail
ure of tho K.irnier's bank of Toron
to, of which he was president, Wll
llnm lleuttle N'cbllt, through his at
torney, W. K". l'.ittlson, today deolur
ed ho would ilKht extradition to the
last. Ho will put forth every effort
to prevent being taken to the Ciinud
Although accused of ombozs'.llng a
quarter of u million dollurs, Nosbltt.
nccordlng to counsel employed by him
today, could not have profited by the
'bank's crash. Ill solo offenso under
tho bnnklng law of the Dominion was
a teohnlcal vlolttlon In making a re
port to the government examiner,
this, the lawyer says, ottnnnt tinder
any clrcunistames bo construe das per
Jury, tht ehnrge under which ho will
bo oxtrndlted, It In Is taken to Can
ada. "Dr. Nosbltt was the Innocont vic
tim of the wrongdoing of othors who
ho trustod," said Attorney I'attlsott to
day. ".Some of theno men have nlroady
boon Incarcerated. Nosbltt was but
tho ngurehead in tho bank, llo-knew
nothing of Its ilmmcos, and as presi
dent slnvply tertlth'd th0 reports to
tho govornment. The reports worn
mado out by other officials. Nosbltt
trusted them. Thoy imposed upon
blip. Ho lied het'ttugo bo could not
stand tho shame of arrest nnd trim."
'In tho two yeirs that he has been
n fiigutlvo, Nembltt has wandered nil
over tl'i0 United States. Ho deeltres
that he did net t.iko a dollar of tho
bank's uioiwy for himself, but held
hlmsolf responsible for the loss to
depositors and stockholders beousuo
of his 'neglect In placing oontldowcn
In othors. Today as he sat In it cell
In tho county Jail, ho toyed with u
miniature model of an Invention
which he says was to re-oBtabllgh .hint
In tho osteom or his rellow Cumuli ins
and which would hava onablod him
to mako ood all or tho bank's losses
This Invention Is a wheat shocker ror
which he had through a. third person
made application Tor a patent.
My plans to make a restitution
hnvo boon destroyed Just as I thought
they would b realized," ho sold to
the Jalr todnv as ho showed his
model. "I got the Idea for this as I
wandorail through tho ranches of
Wyoming. It will bo it flgdsend to
farmers and It would hnve boon the
means or repaying those whom my
Nosbltt was vorv much downcast
ovor his arrest. Ho rofusod lo
anyone. Ills lawyer stated that hoHcan. neouuso Pennsylvania looKa nn
would take no legal aetion In His be-Clovoinor Wilson or Now Jersey us nl
hulf until they learned What stepsmost n. "native- eon," his nian.igeis
tho Dominion government content eli.lmcd that tho stnto delegation will
plated be for the New Jersey governor. Tho
of America; John Fany and John
m ti, nnHinn. -n .
operutors and try to como to terms
.. - -..r ,w "r -
BC",omc"1 ot dirferences Include
In Old Pennsylvania
Taft Must Get at Least
50 of the 64 Delegates
to Retain His Grip on
Otherwise a Com
(United I'rcss Leased Wire.)
Washington, April 13. Presidential
campaign buroniis today uwultetl with
Intense Intel est tho outcome, or the
second blggettt light In tho lireconven-
tiou campaign today In Pennsylvania.
While tho Tart leaders made no ofll-
clal claim, they are expecting to get
fifty dulegates. The Iloosevolt boom-
cis are making no definite claims, but
predict another Illinois landslide. Wil
son's mauugers say the New Jersey
governor will sweep the stute. Man
agers for Clark say the 'result will not
1 e binding, ns the primary luw docs
not provide for InntnicUoilH and the
majority of t ho y delegates have "no
lt ereronco" following tholr names. The
Hal moil bureau says one candidate
from Krlu favors tho Ohio governor.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 13 When
tho primaries opened hero this nfter
uoipi tho machine leudor'olulniod that
the Iloosevolt followers would full to
get ti wlnglo delegate from tho city
while the itoosovelt men smilingly
claimed not Ioa thnn six of tho twelve
national convention doluguteu from
tl Is city. Tho light which ended with
the opening of the polls nt 2 o'clock
wus the most bltttv In the state's his
tory and on the result may- hung tho
candidacy of President Tuft at Chi
cage. Klxtv-four of tho state's delegates
are elected today. Tho remainder or
the 7(5, Including tho "big four" will
bo elected at tho stute convention
which meets on May 7.
This was duo to the fact that today's
primaries wero he'd undor tho old
apportionment which gave the state
only 34 rongroaalnuul districts whllo
undor tho new representation the statg
Is entitled to 72 district dolegutea.
IleOdtiku of this Tuct. thero wh as
much Interest today In the defegutes
to tho state convention as the national
gathering. Holh sides claimed victory
In advance but there was no doubt
thut, the organisation lenders wero
fearful of the, result n the state nt
lerge, .especially In tho coal flouts
where there were clrcunirttantlal re
ports or defections.
Krlends of Senator I'enroso, who led
tho right In tho oast and Senator
Ollvor. who led It' In tho weetorn sec
tion nf tho stnto, claimed fiat RooBe-
ve't would not have more until 12
delegates In the outlro uutlonul dele
gation from tho state
Interest In the Democratic lirlmor-
oh was not as groaj. as In tho Hepub
OZCO TRYING TO FORCE
is the Belief at the State Department at Washing
ton Change in Bis Attitude Toward Con
sular Officers Two Americans Killed---Orozco's
Break with Gomez.
Taking a Panicky Rise with
Scenes of Great Confus
ion in the Pit at
(United l'ross Leased Wire.)
rhlt-jgu, April 1.1 -Ainld C')tyrf;lff
wildest euiifuyiou in the grain plptiii
day May wheat, opening ut J1.0C, fr)
shot up in $1.10 a bushel iih jji(d(ot
oears sought vninir for cover,
Today's panicky rise was the cli
max of a movement that lino been
blowing in tho pit for several davit.
Tho bear discovered that thoy could
not get thu whuut for delivery on May
Contracts on,! tint fnrlrmu Imvlnv lo.
I ma ml In which all trader udmml
lo take part resulted. After tho sen
national rl an effort was mudo "to
on oir the market nnd prices were
pent down to $1.0S 1-2 but the next
ftort of tin boors to oovor wa met
with another rile and May wheat
eh sed tit 1.00 3-1.
One house. Clifford .t CoiniMtny.
tiuiiKrerred its IiumIiums to another ex
change brokerage concern us the re
sult or a discovery In the midst or to
d.i's excitement that a ulerk hua
Ucli trading heavily In the pit.
July and September futures reglit
iMd new high levels for tiio season.
The entire movement resulted' 'from
n porta that have been coming In for
s.'verul day of heavy damage to crops
in all winter ultMt stittee.
Corn future were sunt up about one
point in sympathy with the skyrocket
itig of wheat.
orn, onf and the provision Hue
lure also forced upward In tho specu
I lh exploifon In wheat. Olay wheat
'i 'lied tho woek at l.it 'fi-8. Jiilv
rthe.it was quoted at 97 1-2 Monday
id. rnlng and had reuohed l.Ofi 1-2 at
11 o'clock today.
TtoportH of enormous dum.ige lo
the cro'n In the ground in winter wheat
xtuti-H In all sections or the country
were taken ns the basis for tho wen.
national hluMlnfr Tor vhont by Kecu
lutorx. I'KM( 200 MKKT.
liar Le Due, Krnnpo, April 13.
Whllo reciinnoltorlng In a monoplane,
X.loutennnt Uoncourt lost control of
his uiiichlne here today and dropped
200 feet to tho ground. Ho was In
Official Nearly Complete.
Madison. AVIs., A'prll 13 With eight
re unties to hear from the offlclnl state
presidential roturus to date are:
!La Toilette. .Ofi.031; Taft. 32.92C;
WlbJon. 32.0 M: Clnrk. 24.S19.
Clark forcest disputed Him, however,
and It neoinod certain that no matter
what tho personal feeling of the dele
gates elected muy bo, their course nt
Ilaltlmoro will bo dictated by resolu
tions ndoptod at the coming state con
vention. ltMKo i'l(cr! Hopeful.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 13. After
primary voting hnd boon In progress
an hour tho Hoosevelt leaders report,
od great suc-cotm and wero enthusiastic.
Thoy said that the Taft leadora then
prlvatoly conceded Iloosevolt 20 dole
ytoii to thu uutlonul convontlon.
i borons oarly In the day thoy conced
ed none. At tho Taft hoadiiuartors tho
rcportuid concessions wore not con
firmed but the leadora admitted the
Itoosovelt forces wore making n strong
Olflclally, the Ponrose hcaduunrters
at 3 o'clock this ufternoou conceded
Itoosovelt 15 delogutes In the stute al
largo and no delegates in Philadelphia
WliVrilEK FOR OHIO
felKAvrra toulglit or Sunday
G0t rSHi. KM'
(t'nlted Press nenscd Wire.)
Washington, April 13. .The belief
that General Orozco, commander of
the Mexican rebela. Is deliberately at
tempting to provoko American Inter
enilon, Is being forced on tho stato
department by confidential dispatches,
detailing continued and apparently
studied affronts to thu United States,
enacted by tho Insurrectionists
It Is believed hero that Orozco his
revolt crumbling In the face or Ma-
dero'H increasing rolnrorcements, mudo
possible by the United States' friendly
attitude, has decided that ho uvould
miner taku ahancos of 'personal ag-
UnuidUeinent lit' an united' (Mexican .
Wdp arilnst the Unltod SlaWjIthan bo
i ( he ItfVder or a rorlorn lidiuii against
Xlndero. ,i!hi '
11 was pointed nut todiiiASlnt 'hpr
lata been a Hlf nllleailt chailgd In Oroz-'
eti's attitude toward tho Un(ed States
wmiiii two woeKs. At that tlmo tho
rebel lend, r sent a long telegram pro
testing tho utmost friendship for
Today's despatches told that ho was
rofusln to recognize tho official
Btatus of American consular officers,
tnus closing the legations sanctuaries
from Americuns Hoeing from blood
This announced intention to regard
Unltinl States consuls simply as cit
izens Is tuken us a direct insult here
and the state dt-partmuut today pon
dered deeply on how to offset this new
attitude and protect Americans In the
troubled zone from tho ever-increasing
danger of death. Dispatches continue
lo reiport outrages Inflicted iby rebels
against Ainorichus. ' v
Ati Amorleon conductor named Kane;
was futully shot by bandits whoiheld
up a train north of Mexico City. A
number of passengers were wounded.
In another hold-up at Iraquutc, Engi
neer JJacharlah Karnier, on AmcUcan,
was kflled Rebels ut Altar, a few
miles south of tho American line, nre
holding prisoner and threatening with
exeeutlon an Amorlcan named IfD.
Jones. Other (Americans sold to hay
been with Jones wore released, oji1
have re U hod Xogtllos. ,, ',,
President Taft toduy received, , a
telegram from Charles H, Iruke,
chief or staff of tho department of
Mississippi of tho United SpanJslWajr
Veterans, volunteering his sorvfefls
and those of many tit htlbuCx ..TAt-j-und
those of many nthor Cubaii ve,t
c nt us, for service In iMovleo
Monterey. Alex.. April 13. The di
vision In the Mexican revolutionary
forces has come and advices received
Here toduy stato that Ooneral Orozco
Is rapidly getting rid of all his com
mumiers who enlisted under tho ban
ner of Vnsquez Gomez. Tho failure
of Gomez to leave San Antonio and
light ror his catiso Is said to liavo led
Orozco to desert him
Orozco Is sal dto have declared for
Gonzales Knrlte, his secretary, '' for'
president. Reports hero say that
Oenorals Campa. and RoJas,l(uv4 rep
signed their commands with thojetiej
iirmy and nre now on tholr w-iitg
tho Unltod States, dlands or-'reA'ofui
tlonlstu are In possession or several
Im'portant towns in tho stato of Guan
ajuato und Americans In that district
are said to be preparing to lice.
What ChllderH Sajs. , (1,
Columbus. O., A'prll 13. ncntch'
Chlldors, representing the Progressive
Democratic Ieuguo, toduy gave outv"
statomont oluracterlzlng as untrue'tlfe
widely circulated story thut the con
foronco of progressive Democrats in
Columbu? Monday afternoon had been
ChllderH said enemies of the league
wero trying to break up the meeting.
it TIIK PRIJSIDiaXTIAIi HANI). X
A IOAP. 1
' Washington. April 13. Prop-
i4 rletors of presidential booms W
i toduy uuiied tho following H
clulms Tor tholr candidates, In- PS
eluding delegtioes up to noon: M
Republicans. ' '
Delegates In convention, 107C. i
Necessary to choice, 639. M '"
Clulmed for Taft, 339. '
Claimed for Roosevelt, 151, ' M
Instructed for La Follotte, 3(i. '
Conceded to Roosevelt by Taft 'W
manugers, 109. ' i-i
Conceded to Toft by Roosevelt J
muuugers, CI. , ft
Contests admitted by Taft .X ,
managers, 12. ,. X
Contests to bo mado by Rooso-, ,?1
volt managers, 161. X
Dologates hi convention, 1,092. M
Necossary to choice, 728. M
Claimed by Cktrk, 143. W
Clalmel ror Wilson. 72. ' M
r insirucieti ror Atarsnati, su. i
' Instructed for Burke. 10. X
x-CloImed for Harmon, 3. $1
S Concedeil by Wilson managers M
S to Calrk, 101. M
Conceded by Clark managers to H
i' Wilson. 27. , M
i' x The Clark managers do not X
t concede Harmon thu three, dole
' gates from Alaska. ?t
? it X X it a KMMXXM