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iapred By Action of Kew Jersey
THREATENS TO END TROUBLE
Kew York City's Executive Gives
Assurance to Men Who Remained
t Work That He Will Protect
Thsm With Entire Police Force of
City If Necessary Advises Them
to Stand Pat In Position They Have
Taken Against Walkout.
New York, March 13. Instead of
acting as arbitrator between tho ex
Vnaa companies and their drivers
and helpers, as ho had promised to
do, Mayor Gaynor Is now pledged to
break the strike, If possible, and he
aid he would never ask that a single
striker be taken back. The Jersey
City drivers, who struck again after
agreeing to go back to work and
await the results of the mayor's ef
forts, are the objects of tho mayor's
Indignation. He said to a delegation
f American, National and Wcstcott
drivers who remained at work:
"I sire you absolute assurance that
the police department will protect
you In every way possible, and I will
see that It Is done. I shall havo po
licemen detailed to every wagon and
If need be two or three policemen to
ver-r wagon, so that you may bo
protected, and I advise you to stand
Arm In the position you have taken.
I am able to say positively that this
strike Is absolutely inexcusable, and
I further say that It Is criminal and
To Be Started Ti Clean Jp
And For lie Eiteisbi CI
Be Work This Year
GUILTY OF TAKING BRIBE
Jury Returns Verdict Against Cincin
nati Tax Collector.
Cincinnati, O., March 18. Jacob
Baschang, former Dow tax clerk in
the office of County Auditor Edmond
on, was convicted of accepting a
brlbo by a Jury In common pleas
court. Ho was the first to bo indict
ed following the grand Jury Investi
gation of the charges that saloons in
Hamilton county were kept off the
Dow-Alkcn liquor tax list while act
ually remaining in business.
Tho comlctlcn carries a penalty of
not more than Ave enrs and a $500
Tine, oi both. The Jury recommend
ed Judicial clemency. Dnscbang was
released under his prcsont bond,
pending a motion for a rehearing.
WILLAMAN LOSES NERVE
Condemned Man Collapses at Thought
Columbus, O., March 18. Cletus
Willumnn. awaiting execution on
April 21 for tho murder of his wife's
pnrcnta near Canton, suffered a
complete collapse in tho penitentiary
Guard Denny saw WUlaman stum
ble to his cot. Whon Dr. Clark, the
prison physician, arrived, ho was un
"conscious Dr. Clark says Wlllaraan
has sufTorod a nervous breakdown.
Despite the fact that ho killed her
parents, Mtb, ty'lllnninn is an almost
"dally UMtor to his cell. Sometimes
he brings their llttlo girl.
MINERS TO DROP PICKS
fttrlka of 10,000 Tuscarawas Workers
Will Start Tonight.
Wheeling, W. Vn., March 18.
President T. L. Lewis of tho United
Mine Workers aunouncod that ho
had issued orders for u utilko In tho
fifth subdistrlct of Ohio, effective at
tho close of tho mining day today.
According to Lewis 10.000 men will
walk out at thnt hour In tho Tusca
rawas fiold and part of tho Pittsburg
The Dscal year of the Young; Man's
Christian Association closes May first
and tho enterprising; directors are Just
now setting up a campaign In which,
they hope to secure sufficient funds
with which to enable them, to clean:
up all the bills of the year In good,
shape, to provide amply for the com
ing season, wl'ich they hope to make
much better even than, the past, and.
to make posiible something- far state
extension work; as the call throughout
the state la very great on the part of
cities that have no organized, work.
Sunday April 2nd, has been set as
Association Field day in the churches
and already nearly every church has
been able to so arrange their work so
as to give the association right of way
In one of their services on this date.
Some of the .strongest men in. the state
will be present to speak: on this oc
casion. Thero wll he a special rnaaa
meeting at the association, in. the afternoon.
On Monday night the 3rd there will
be a supper for the young; men can
vassers and on Tuesday a supper for
the oldsr men. On these occasions
mere win Be strong: speakers and a
splendid program, of toasts. The
campaign proper will extend over Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday of that
This campaign will be under the
direction of Messrs. B. B. Williams,
Wo. A. Ackerman, P. S. Kelser B. D.
He mm and H. II. Jesson as executive
The other committeemen and hust
lers will be announced as secured
from time to time.
Dayton, O., Starch IS. Bent on
murder and suicide, CUrenco Thorn
shell went Into a department store
and asked permission to see Mrs.
Thornshell, from whom ho had been,
estranged for some time. Without a
word of warning Thornshell drew a
rutulver and shot at her. Alra.
ThortiEhell fell to the floor, with,
blood streaming from a wound In. the
right shoulder. Thornshell then put
tho rcvoher to his head and sent a
bullet into hla brain, dying a short
time later His wlfo's condition is
Former Ohloan Dies In East.
New York. March 18. Frank
Worth, tho multl-mllllonniro railroad
nan, who when a boy ran away from
fcta homo in Chllllcothe, O., following
whipping, died of pneumonia. He
was the father of Mrs. llurko-Rocho
aid ano of tho last of tho old-timers
te WU street.
Miss Bryan to Wed,
Lincoln, Nob,, March 18 Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Bryan announce the
sgagomcnt of tholr daughter, Grace
Dexter, to Illchnrd Lowls Hargreaves,
en of Mary U. Hargreaves of Lin
coln. Tho marriage will take place
arly in Juno. ,
Columbus, O.. March 18 The state
crop report for March shows that the
condition of the growing wheat crop
la only SS por.cont of a full average
Tho reports of the township corre
spondents show that there was not
as much snow covuriujr ,to protect
tho wheat from the winter us was
generally supposed, and the early
sown wheat suffered severely from.
AS YOU LIKE IT
John B. McDonald, builder of Now
York's subway system. Is dead at his
4me In that city.
The Clay-Kraft Brick company's
plant at Orovcport, O., was destroyed
iy Ore. Loss, $30,000.
Adln D. Capon, former congress
satin from Rhode Island, died after a
long Illness at bis home In Stillwater.
Following an all-night drinking
tiout at Tronton, N. J., two Italians
were killed and four seriously In
jured. The Ottomaa government has
yrainlsed to take stops to punish th
layer of professor St Cou, the
Lima. O.. March 13. Rev William.
A. Sunday, who now claims convert
slons In Utn.i numbering 2,210.
broke rack with the prisoners In the
city workbouse, delivering a 10-mIn.-uto
sermon as he swung a heavy
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Belnhour and
children returned to their home In
Granville, Ohio, Saturday morning aft
er a Boveral days' visit with, relatives
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and. Ckiluxsa
Tin KM Ym Km Ataijs IwgfeL
Slgnatnro of C&&ZJ&?o$&
OffiO WE5UEMKS i
Work: lit tha Fast Evfdencstij Xm
a. RoyaL UnaA Reasnm Far
About L'.v uuty-ftra thousand, ices
and women, havra received, alt or- at
ncirersitlj ET H. UHT.y at? "SOara Ja
3xtt& State? tnarcsiitn CL 3. itfarite
of Bemaytrmrf'te Slater i'MKx 3V "S
Btotca: oi' 'Wtfri-t, aartxestn TC 7
TBsrfciH off Htorani amlwaitg asH
W. X. affTftgrryR, os? 2SSXaw; aslTecr
sitp. ftrrams- gaJMlec ecteesn zistn csetB
Stater SagaaiiiitCiaaafc Ul H? Sasmaay
of Wsto Wtsnais. ffisdasise off
KfezttM&gs StgprnrtCHiMni5iC.IL. Tte
Ctons of TStftotto oak S IB EOtst oS
Ctaeisaslli ansa naar catena.
Viiiiiiij. ansii4s "aa3? Bee im.wtl
Kiitars Arthssr H2ttnkfc ac DirriB
part of their college training: at GMet! Qi Tamirpjjoirj off tt "lestUwattam
Wesleyanv whose: ForTard Mttraiae: dtoiitaat Adroattft " Roas3K-aaai
aver the statfi. Qr those; gradnatlnc b,, Tmrj hn(),njT.
It is estimated! that anec la threor Kmi mignrr Difiesst" ima
became teachers ocet ltr fiver prcaeit-! Literamm.""
era or miaBonarle.s, ana In. eight laiv
I-"r3. ana una in: eigne psjTiiaiuis 9
Thu3 it will ha seen: that threft-ftwrths JJ
of Ohio Wesleyanls, graduates haven iv
entered the four great professional II
may well be asked whether any atirsr JJ
sent so targa a. percentage: a its-
graduate Into- the? miniftrr amEi
The alumni, graduate? and nongnub-
uate, found In. oil parts it the Htuun..
and indeed of the: world, have as
a hody done aa nablr that ta nick: out:
any for special mention: seems- like?
making an. unlust dlstlnctinn. Mauri
POT d. W. UX
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"Hterrs ta tine gas sjsx&s
BrrnS it &rrnx. tosiii. t: vSctnr
HferafSf to tat gsa a Aiercs.
Brini It terrrc tetrfdt. fc iBum
HbTP'f ttrthspgQa MtsfKins,
Whsa: yowaas-drr-'t's JC ctiesU&a?
Bnnit it lift-nxa. Omut t (Mnxrt. drrist:
it dmri dtans. temxT"
Efarr sttaHntt at" Ttab XVfsHizzsn
has SHigrthKHp vrosntt itt "WEesttsceas.
ETtux stndfemz be 1 'its fsetss !ees
thougat ttwn. Eox tka Iss iBanSai:
ahicr Wieejan: aairerstr sr 3JSa
warn, 'xitiiuar titszxss alia air -is ttra-
V GUNSAULUS of Chlcaoai
of: those whose lives have heen. comj
paratively obscure, whose name at
least are not wtlely knawrr. tatm-t grnaa)- tBfanWtea a Taaeett nnilla
wrought aa faithfully and wtdli asJ advaaisiinmtT oB te wasaa dasgv.
those who have became fttmousw But
as sample of the Bttverwtys autcufcJ tRBwB ttc tt&
same names may be mentioned! imt
have bean Vice Hrefiident Charles W
sphea of activity.
rublle ufa, for example.
Ike' d&gs moHcedi ntatsUtan
hsffe? awn, hut M aa she- umtmrsit
thexai wWakj gmiir urmmB ttes fftrpfniry;
4-gnngi thmmotuiiA ipurnKsr uracj
THE FPK&1XUS SHlNGi.
Tux sairjnir sariffis; rnsnd ranti t&es
gnnvn: Uia csuncas ai. x jnsrtj itsstlce-
Laos om tttse wtate tmsc uenffia. Use
snipuur uiBg: xt 'Jfttasrarn? tes
Etnawrx: to Mss bmiHuwhii . vmuan
ttieseBtst wens avumM Ut Ste
wiutn mux, vnsss rsrti an? -to rrasrtrtnrjltt
x netnote eHtuat. ne n asittsc
tieinnts- afi J ifwrr srrta?:
Bang; di&tomwsj mra nH tow fsxr tu
andVina studtet s- AOEcnnHiti' s:aC
Fairbanks,. Governors X. B. ForaReri. Sir tt Sff tf unt (tttnS: its vtaxess.
Myron T. Herrick. and John M Eattfc-
son of Ohio, C W. Atkinson: at Wear
Virginia, John. M. Hamilton of Blh
nois. S M. Elhert of Colorado, Jl WC
Hoyt of Wyoming and Si Gi Cosgrava1
of Washington; Congrahsnren, WC Bi
Warnock. ct Ohio and Wtashington.
Gardner of Michigan, amuug: others;
and Foreign. Ministers. HI N" Allen: at
Korea and M. W". Cramer of! Den
In. the church, may he mentioned
Blshups B. EL Iluas of tile ilathodlBt
church. South, and C. C MUOahe, WC
F. MuDuwell, Wl F". Anderson- and E:
H. HJjghes of the Methodist Bpifiew
paL churuh. In other denamintttion&
Dr. Frank. W Gunsaulus oC Ghleau
and Dr. Charles H". Jultfirsott. aC New
York are conspicuous
The great contribution, oC Qhltt
Wesleyan to the foreign, mission. Held
may be ludged by suuh. names as
those of John F. Thompson. CharHxt
Wt Dtees and William P. M&Raugn?
lln In the Argentina Rnnubllc; ira. Hi
LaFetra in Chile. H. H. Lowrs firna
Ident of Peldng nnLversltjrti and! WC
N. Brawster in China; TL. Jt Scultv
W". A. Mansell (prealdont off"llare411
TheoIogluaL seminary), and N; B
Rocltay In India; Hunry Bi Suawartss. ,
foundur uC the Loo Choo tslandl ailis-
stun In. Japan.
Among College presidents (ta omit
those already mentioned Ux
lists, and to include onlj? those uff ra-
cent days), may he mentioned Broai
dents W. F". King oC Cornell collbgtti
Isaac Crook, ot Qhlo university. A Bi
Rlker of Mt. Unioa college. A li.
Smith, ot Ohio Northern: university,
R P. Smltlt of Kansas Wealfcyan. unb
vorslty. J. E. Stuhha oC NUvada: Statu
COKrnSht: 1911. iiaaic EEreai ub
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