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M XT Y-SKC( )MJ YKAII NO. 143.
FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1913. -FOURTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
ARG U & hoi edition
BIG BREAK IS
Rafts Placed About City
to Rescue in Case of
Thousand Behind Hills of De
koven, Ky., Shut Off from
Chicago. April 4 Fox river, which
f!"UB through Aurora and Elgin,
reached a dangerously high stage to
i.iv. At Illg.ti it Is nine Inches above
t:i" previous high mark, and a bridge
and darn near the city are reported
val,ed ot.l. Chicago Association of
i niiiii ic.-, w hich raised nearly $:;on,
""" for the r. lief of flood sufferers In
Ohio and Indiana, today pledged $0').-
for fl'od victims in Illinois.
'"alrn. III.. April 4 A force of work
men rushed to the .Mississippi
side of the levee earlv todav I
i. washout threatened "between
.' mete.-iitb and Twenty-fourth streets.
High winds caused the river to cut
in'" the bank to an extent that dan-ge-
in the city was imminent before
the fact was discoered. Several hun
.'eil bags of sand were carried to tfiH
I h'cc from the Ohio river levee in
;..,ti. mobiles. The water on the Miss
issippi Hide is well below the levee
'"P- liy night it is expected small life
r.ir'B will lie placed throughout tho
ci j,,,,) , readiness for a big break,
(I.. mid ii come.
III KI .HI. IS WANT.
Shaw tieotow h. 111., April 4 (Via De
1.' veii Ky i Nearly a thousand flood
rviugerH behind the hills here are in
: i nun" wiii't of provisions. Appeals ! -
l.i vc I, e a made to Congressman Fow- yet Daytonians are uneasy because
let-. Cole ii. l Dixby and state officials. Forecaster Alps declared a recurrence
h ji b' cause of lack of cojflunuraXioua-! of the flood Is -pviBHtmx - -n.
assurance of relief has been ro-1
iiri:n K1 V. AT IIK KtllV
Hickman, Ky., April 4 Continuous
r i'ii through the night and a hard ujt
s'leHin wind combined to render the
fond situation desperato here today.
Olilcials in charge of the city levee de
clared the banks would scarcely hold
throughout the day. There are i,'iin)
t.tugneH in camp above the city, tho
Majority well cared for.
MemphiH. Term.. April 4 A tele
phi. lie lues-sag" from Hickman, Ky.,
h'.l'ed the city levee went out ilt l-lHO
today, flooding the factory district.
There wan no loss of life.
so.imk) i ai. mm; i iih iir.i.r.
11 iii,Hvl!!e Inil . Anril i TMr'v
housiuid persons within a radius of;
'." miles of Mount 'et n'n, Ind., ur i
ailing for help, according to Fori-- j
caster Creen at that point. He said
no effort was being mad to bupply j
marooned farmers w ith food. The i
ureu'-est suffering on the I'linms
t-ide of the Wabash river. (.Irei-y. alsi :
said fify to seventy live thousand head
of live stock would perish utiles
measures were taken at once to save
now pi t, m:i i: .ii v
Hvatisvi'le, Ind. April 4 HNw. 11 (
leee. protei tint ""i families ut lntle
side, hetwen Hv ansvllle and Howtll,
gave wny today and the It.gleside din- I
tr'.ct Is Inundated six to ten feet, j
There wns no loss of life.
The Ohio continues to rise slowly
l.crv. It U .4 a!ove tin record of
14 and no s'gns of abatement before
lae today Relief liiits reached I n
iotitown. Ky.. where ",o"0 are marooti
ed on the fair grounds without food.
M I'OIM' Klsr. AT t Ol.l llll . j
Columbus. Ohio, April 4. -A down-1
jKur of ra;n the greater part of s-'
ten'.ay and last n.cht laused ano:h r i
flcnid stage in ti.e Scioto river today,!
resulting in the bruk.ng of the leveei
nn the west sid releasing watirs,
Dver a portion of tfie territory flood d j
last wek. The ru'.n caused a rise of:
ix tut, aiT'irJim; to the government!
cauge. No furtln r ri.- is expected, j
One body was recovered today, in
creasing the list to o.
Oscar Osman. an undertaker, arrest- j
d j i stenluy for hxiting bodies of flood
viicms, was rebasei today on $!.r."0
NOTIIKR l-I.OOl) KOH IlTTO. j
Iki.Moti. Ohio. April 4 Ti-n morel
inches of wattr in the Miami river
w 1! give Il.ivtou atiother tlotid. A 1"
hi.pr don;iour. whii-li did not end un-'
t 1 1 ilus i,i orn :.g. togtther with clog
ged sewer intakes, flooded many
streets ui the i !tj last right. Farts of
era! thor. LnCare tixid in water
i'.; v:.n!s o a f.xit deep Much appre
I ii -ioii ;s :e',' m the river dale be-
i. e of the w ashed conditions of the
'1 l.e f.itne condition prevails
ti,i:-. because of a deep gah
I vee i.e..r Washington street
Telephone report frotn Pir-ua,
'e'e -r!:.!. Troy KvA :!
"til 'if D.iyt.e, i,e;e;:t,.,l Hf.
., .....I tin'.-n (-,
c M.uai.on .a a, a itaL.
er places l
Forecast Till 7 p. m. Tomorrow, for ;
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline,
and Vicinity. j
Cloudy and colder tonight with the '
lowest temperature slightly below the
freezing point. Saturday fafr and ris-;
ing temperature. j
Temperature at 7 a. m., 36. Highest
yesterday, 64; lowest last night, 36.
j Velocity of wind at 7 a. m., 17 miles
I J'r-( ipitation, ..'',7 Inch.
I Relative humidity at 7 p. m., 61, at !
i 7 a nr., liT.
Stage of water, ft.2, a fall of .2 in
1 last .4 hours
j J M. SULKIER, Local Forecaster. :
ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS. 1
(From noun today to coon tomorrow.!
Sun sets C:7. rises 5:40 Eveuing
stunt: Venus. Saturn. Morning stars:
Jupiter, Mars. Mercury.
Gov. Dunne Issues
To the public: I am in receipt j
telegrams from Evanston, Peoria and
other clU.es asking Information in ref- ;
erence to suffering among the citizens
of Illinois, resultiTig from 'he pre--nt
CiKds, and tendering theo suf
ferers through me- financial support. ,
I'pon conferring with the adjutant
general, 1 can state conservatively tha1 i
at least 10.000 people in this 8' ate
are suffering from the need of pro
visions and shelter resulting from the
floods i:i southern Illinois.
1 therefore respectfully suggest to
all organizations and public official
now collecting money in thiB state as :
the result of calls heretofore made j
fur relief from the governors of other !
states, and from my own prwlama- '
,ion heretofore, issued in response to j
,rh calls that all moneys hereafter
' collected be collected upon the dis
' tinct understanding that they shall be
! used for the relief of the citizens of
As governor of this state, 1 have, with
; out any specific appropriation there
for, morally obligated the state al
. rei for a larce amount of money for
'the purchase of sacks to protect the
I flooded districts and am hourly in
j receipt of calls for assistance thnjugh
j out the state. All moneys hereafter
forwarded to me will be used exelu
i slvely for the assistance of suffering
people in the state of Illinois.
HOWARD F. DUNNE.
EVERS POKED BY
TRAINER OF CUBS
Chicago, April 4. Alleged dissea-
' siou between Manager Kvers and ;
j members of the Chicago National J
I league club came to a head with the
return if the team today after a seviu
! weeks' training trip, when Trainer ;
I Seininens presented his resignation in
the form of a blow to the manager's ,
jaw. I he tight occurred as me tram
i v.!a t.i,i!ir,cT ii to tti,. eitv The .ff arnal
declares the training trip was not as
harmonious us reported; tTiat Evers
has not been able to control his tern-
per. and that there have been uumer-
wis minor squabbles.
DARROW IS ON WAY HOME;
a1 n V MCWCD DC DPT Rim
MAT IMtVttt bt HtlKItU
I.os Angeles. Cal., April 4. Clar-
en-,, s. Harrow, former chief counsel
fur the McNamuras. who has been
tried twice for alleged jury- bribery
in connection with the famous dyna
mite trial. 1. ft yesterday for Chica
go, whence l.. came two years ago
to defend the two brothers now in
prison. Darrow said he expected to
I vint Ins si n, I aul. at Greeley, col.,
' before re.'u h:ng Chicago.
I 'arrow's third tr.al on the Jury
. bribery charges is set for June 16.
but tl,ere have been persistent re
por's that he would never b called
i upon to d"'i nd himself again, despite
official stutinunts to the contrary.
i i i. . i.. f T-io,.
ii in no. iiii'ii .Lain ..ii. 'ai-
, , ,
, row said lie v. i u.d never resume prac-
tice if law. but would retire to a
ranc h in uorhern California and de-
vote himself to literature.
Bishop Carrol! Dead.
Philadelphia. Fa.. April 4. Bishop
Janus J. Carroll, rector of St. Ed
wards H-.man Catholic church, is dead.
Charles F. Warwick, former mayor
of Philadelphia, died today.
l.unvv ii'.e. France, April 4 The Ger
man air iruiger Zeppelin IV., whiih
landed here ytsierday in the midst of
a brigade of French riflemen, was ia-"au-d
and departed for Germany at 3
e' iiK k this afternoon. Eleven officers
a'.d mechanics slept in the cabin of the
airship .ast night. & irrouuded by 50 i
t rem :i sen.:r.e:s, posted ostensib.y to!
prevent t:.- nirious from approai hing.
The landing of the airship was eat-isfai-orily
xphtined to a Preach board
l.'i'iiry today. The airshit, at
e r . a.ed upon pri.vrr.eiit of f2.'
c ist .;r,s d ; and ;l. tiled Ct de-
3D PARTY HAS
AS A STARTER
Women Attend Conference
of Progressive Con
Mcosers Are to Have Candidate
for Speaker and to De- i
mar.d Recognition. j
Washington, D. C, April 4. The
unprecedented epectacle of a party j
U irislative caucus open to the pubi;i. !
and attended by women, was seen at
the capitol today when house progro i
sives called their first conference.
Less than a score of the member:.!
of the new house were on hand, but
Murdock of Kansas, leader of the new '
party, declared many new members, j
unable to reach Washington for to- j
day's conference, had enlisted in the 1
progressive party by letter.
The program of today's conference
included the reading of a keynote- !
message" from Roosevelt, speeches by j
n ui me caucus ana ine piac-
in of Murdock in nomination as the j
new party's candidate for speaker.
KOOEVKI.T TO HELP.
Representatives Hinebaugh and Mur-
cock, the most active in the move
ment, expect to increase the niember
i ship later on and to press for recog
j n'tion on important committees. They
I will demand rights of a distinct party
. in congress. They will Lave a legislat-1
. program, a candidate for speaker!
and will count on the backing of the ! Springfield, 111.. April 4 The su
na'iional party organization with the prime court today refused to assume
persona! influence of Roosevelt. ,be responsible v"of giving a decision
the progressive caucus was called
j to order by Representative H'nebaugh ' 83 10 we,h,T ,,ie " P'n or pro
jef Illinois as temporary chairman. In ! Rressive party is the majority party
1. is openirg speech, Hinebatigh said: in Illinois. The court refused to al
UUKKU bv MiLMOXii. ! 'ow a motion t, Danvile progressives
"Four million five hundred thousand dcr a Ppti,2m t0 fi e Mandamus pro
fttehd d the birth or oir-pSfTy"aud a rwiHss-'tKaXfiht County Judge Allen.
much larger number sign'fied an in-:
tention of guarding and directing its
"All great movements are the res::lt
of an awakened conscience of the peo
ple. The overlords -of special privilege
wculd noi heerl the people's wrath, an
organised greej refused to stay its
hanu, and so the progressive jiarty
was born. The naiion will little note
or long remember what we say here,
but w hat we do in the ci'.rd congress,
if wc earnestly endeavor to carry out
the mt.'n ctions of those who sent us.
never will be forgotten. We aie mak
"We stand for an open caucus. We
will not be bound bv a Dartv whin We
bcilwp the people are entided to know
. how their business is transacted.'"
mi rimm k ASKS cooperation.
j Murdock, accepting the nomination ;
.for speaker, said: "Of every Aimri-'
lean citizen, man" or woman, we ask co-
loperation. Of every American seeking!
to r't!toIV'. through the intricacies and ;
complexities of the day, the Hue that
, divides right from wrong, we ask help, i
; if he is able to see through the spec-;
( tacle of material prosperity the wan'
: face of the child factorv worker- of :
i through the darkness he can feel the
d. stress of the underpaid and over- '
worked woman, then his Dlace is in i
the ranks of the progressives."
Washington, D. C, April 4. Charges
: iiiiuiuiig me moral conduct or a deni-
. wuuuvl utui
i orraU'-' senator from a western state
j nave Dt,(n presented here to United
I Stats Attorney Wilson, who is invesii-
I gating. A man seeking federal office
charges that w hen his wife went to
' the senator in his behalf the senator
ailed in an improper manner and lat
er repeated this action when he called
upon the woman at her hotel, where
the husband claims to have posted wit
nesses. The senator declares the charges
blackmail and a plot to ruin him po
litically, lie declares the witnesses
acainst him are uersons who ham
'been or represent his political ene-Vn
cits in his own state. The affair is
aheged to have happened a week ago.
No attempt to keep it quiet has been I
made either by the woman, her hus
band or witnesses, but no official steps
v re taken at that time. ,
The name of the senator is with-1
held, as the case is being investigated, i
and r.o ofLcial action has yet been I
Morgan Body on' Ocean. !
Havre. France, April 4. The body
cf J. Pierpont Morgan arrived today
from Rome and was transferred to
the liner France for transportation to
New York. M
tbcdj -.."tai ii U-aia to the tteamer.
lcrrx'lr'Pel nin toiame a pfitfressive
-W member of the. Danville "election
crmm;ss!or,. In deriving the motion
Chief Justice Dunne sa'd:
"This is not a case of general public
interest, it is a local matter and no
reason appears why a sufficiently ade
quate remedy may not be obtained, if
Lny ri medy is necessary, upon appli
cation to the lo al courts of Vermilion
i count v."
HIT BY A TWISTER
Sturgeon, Mo.. April 4. William
Matins, a retired farmer, was killed,
his wife and daughter were probably
fatally injured' 23 persons were less
seriously hurt, and a score of resi
dences were demolished when a tor
nado passed within a half mile of
Sturgeon yesterday afternoon.
The tornado formed southwest of
Sturgeon and traveled northeast.
As the clouds became threatening
during the afternoon the Stugeon.
school was dismissed, and practically
all the townspeople sought refuge in
The tornado struck Larrabee. Mo.,
and demolished the water tank of the
Chicago and Alton railway, hurled sev
eral box cars off the track, and tore
down telegraph and telephone poles.
Wabash passenger train No. 2 from
Kansas City to St. Louis ran into
tckgraph poles blown across the
track feast of Sturgeon, but held the
' rails and no one waa injured.
News of the damage wrought by
the storm was brought to Sturgeon
nid surrounding towns by farmers.
Many farm buildings were destroyed
and many houses were unro&fed.
The storm passed here at 2 o'clock.
No damage was done in Sturgeon. A
heavy hail storm followed.
Math's and his family were af din
ner when the tornado struck their
home, demolishing it and burying
thern under a portion of the wreck
age. The home of Charles W. Robinson,
a farmer, was destroyed, but the Rob
inson family saved their lives ty tak-
to a c'cl,:ne cellar,
rift-v barns and numerous
; buildings were blown down.
UNVEIL SHAFT TO
St. Joseph, Mo.. April 4. A granite
monument, commemorative of pony ex
press riders of the early days, was un-
vo-.ied in Patee park here today. Theodore Roosevelt, was married in rhrist
monument stands on the site of the j Episcopal church here at 7100:1 o Dr.
spot from which the first express rider 1 Richard Darby of New York. Two
ftar'ed April ::, .'. It wa- presented 1 hundred oj-w friends and relatives
to the city by the local chapter of
tuio of the American Kev.
! lution. Charles Cliff of St. Joseph, one
j of the few surviving pony express rid
jers, unveiled the shaft. The principal
j address was delivered by Congress
I man Ballard of Missouri. Among
those who took part in the ceremon
; ies was D. H. Winget of Clinton, Iowa.
BECOMES A BRIDE
Chicago. April 4. Cupid has con
quered West Hammond's "Joan of
Arc" and a newspaper man has aulifa
Virginia Hrooks. suffragist and mili
tant reformer, and Charles S. Wash-
I burne, manager of the photography
j bureau of a Chicago paper, w i re mar
j Miss Brooks announced two months
; ago '. hat she would not marry the best,
. the w orst. or any other sort of man.
f She was wedded, she said, to her work.
1 Washburne, then a reporter, assign
ed himself to prove the fallacy of that
j assertion. He scored a clean scoop
i over scores of rivals, millionaires with
cave-man" tactics, cranks wi h peti-
tions and poets with love sonnets
The marriage ceremony was a sim
ple one, performed by Rev. A. Eugene
Hartlett of the L'niversalist church
of the Redeemer, at the home of the
gro in's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
S. Washburne, 843 West Barry avenue.
The marriage was all arranged with
newspaper speed. At 10 o'clock the
ntght before neither bride nor groom-to-be
contemplated an immediate wed
ding. At lOi.iO o'clock a telegram
came from Mrs. Flora Brooks, ill at.
the home of friends near Cleveland,
Ohio, saying she could not return
soon to her daughter in Chi-ago. I.ss
than 12 hours later Mr. Washburne
and Miss Brooks, married, started for
the Ohio city. Only a few friends
were present. Mr. and Mrs. Wash
burne. 'their dau?h'er. Miss Ruth, and
Mrs. Mary O'Connor Newell, wifnessed
the cerc-mcny. Reed D. Parker, a
newspaper friend, waited "out front"
of Virginia Brooks."
The girl who had driven the dive-
Keepers cut or w esi iiamniona ois-
owned her nickname, "Joan cf Arc." j
That was immediately after the serv-
ice, and she emphasized one other ;
Uttle fact, that she is Mrs. Wash-j
burne and she will not permit him j
ever to be known as "the husband 1
of iVrglnia. Brooks." )
Mrs. Wr.thburne said she was 'oo j
happy to th;:.k about any of tin- oth-
er 50 or more men who had tos.-ed ,
their heart3 a" her fee-:. The most re- .
cent of these I.ochinv&rs was I.e'in- ;
ard S. Uoyre, 3TH5 Grand boulevard.
Yale graduate end ranch owner, whom
she accused of trying "cave man tac
tics" because he purchased the mar- :
riage license before proposing. He
never did propose because she Lush
ed at the id.-a, and the papers pr.nt- ;
ed The story. !
Upon their return from a 'rip to :
see Mrs. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Wash-
burne will start housekeeping, t'::- erst
while mili'art reformer de'lanm; she;
has a yearning to have a litt'e home
of her on. D'iring the wir.'r Mr
Brooks and her daugVer have i A
at 743 Lincoln parkway.
ETHEL ROOSEVELT BRIDE
OF NEW YORK PHYSICIAN
Oyster Bay. N. V., April
Ethel Roosevelt, daughter of
cf the brHe and bridegroom the
TO DROP OUT
El Paso, Tex., April 4. To satisfy
all factions in the Mexican melee, Gen
eral Huerto has agreed to the nam
ing of Pedro Lascuerain as provisional
president, according to advices receiv
ed here directly from the national cap
ital. li&scueraio-would serve out the Tin
completed term of the late President
As minister of exterior relations In
Madero's former cabinet Lascuerain is
entitled to serve as next in line In
view of the deaths of Madero and
Vice President Suartb. The Huerto
cabinet would be retained by the com
promise. This arrangement, It is said, has
'been offered to .tho constitutionalists,
. now fighting the Huerta government
i in northern Mexico. It is declared
j that Governor Carranza of Coahuila
lias agreed and that the Sonora In
surrectionists will fall in line. The
decision of the present provisional
president is said to have been occa
sioned by the recent uprising of Zapa
ta in the south, which places the Huer
ta forces between two fires.
Mexican military men here estimate
that Huerta has not more than 14,000
troops In all Mexico with which to
meet, the situation.
This is even less than Porfirio Diaz
possessed in combating the Madero
revolution. Madero on taking office'
began recrui'ing volunteer troops with
the ex-insurrecto corps as a basis. In
the meantime the regular army was
not recruited to normal strength. Tho
desertion to the opposing side of the
majority cf the volunteer groups, ha6!
left the actual government forces far
b low par.
Washington, April 4. There has
been no intimation, since the begin
ning of President Wilson's administra
tion that troops on the Mexican bor
der were r b withdrawn. It is the
intention of the war office to maintain
the mobilization until absolute evi
dences of a stable government in Mex
ico have been seen.
AT HOSPITAL IS WRECKED
Kankakee, III., April 4. Fire dam -
a:-ed the big bread making machine
at the state hospital for the insane to
the extent of $15,000. Three thousand
patients are today eating biscuits and
STRIKERS IN RIOT
SHOT; 2 WILL DIE
Auburn, N. V., April 4 Riots at
the Columbian Rope company's plant
renewed this morning. Police
wet--- rushed and when prisoner was
forcibly taken from their hands they
drew revolvers and fired on the crowd.
.::c st niters, two women and four
n or, dropped. Two will die. One is
During the riot strikers obtained
tags of halt and threw it in the eyes
of the police. The mob numbered
about threo hundred, all foreigners.
After the shooting the situation be
came so serious Mayor O'Neil called
out the fire department and the local
' tate luiiitia,
LOW DUTY ON
Wilson and Congress
Leaders About Agreed
on Tariff Bill.
CUT $90,000,000 YEAR
But Deficit, It Is Expected, Will
Be Made Up by Returns
From Income Tax.
Washington. D. C, April 4. With
President Wilson and congressional
leaders practically agreed upon free
wool and a very low duty on sugar,
eventually to become free, the ways
and means committee today beean
drawing its report on the new tariff
bill, with an estimated loss In revenue
from the new rates of $90,000,000 a
year. Revenue from the Income tax
wdll be estimated at a like amount, to
be derived In this way:
Incomes of $4,000 to $20,000, 1 per
cent; $20,000 to $50,000, 2 per cent;
$50,000 to $100,000, 3 per cent; all over
$100,000, 4 per cent, with a flat tax on
corporations of 1 per cent. The ex
emption will be on all incomes under
Among numerous additions to the
free list, will be steel rails. Cuts will
be made all along the line In the met
President Wilson would like to see.
free sugar, but recognizes a concession
may be necessary to southern plant
ers, and would consent to a duty prac
tically of one cent net per hundred
provided all the duty would be remov
ed within three years. This would
mean for the present a duty of $1.20
to all countries except Cuba.
If the president can arrive at an
agreement with the I-oulstana senators
hnr-the sugar schedule, there win b'"
enough votes. It Is generally assumed,
to pass a tariff bill with free wool.
c.Ks sot rx'sn iiotii.
On all other schedules there Is a
substantial agreement between tho
president and congress.
The president has been told either
free wool or free sugar might pass,
but that, both could not.
Tills is the status today of Informal
tariff conferences between the presi
dent and members of congress.
ATTACKS OF SUFS
London, April 4. Warnings were
sent out today by the directorates of
all railroad systems in the United
Kingdom to the effect that militant
suffragets have threatened to burn sta
tions in various parts of the country.
Patrols were, stationed at all depots
and tunnels. Some empty trains were
dynamited near Stockport, Cheshire,
in the course of the night, and suffra
gets are suspected. Two girls, sus
pected of being militant suffragets
about, to commit outrages, were ar
rested in London before dawn today.
They carried bags containing para
fine, paper saturated with oil, candles,
matches, etc. In each of the bags was
paper bearing the scrawl: "Beware
how you treat Mrs. PankburBt." in
p lice court they gave the names of
Phyllis Brady and Mlllicent Dean.
They had explained to a policeman
who arrested them they were return
ing from their Faster holiday
A canister of explosive had been
placed under the seat of one of the
oars, with a quantity of fire lighters
saturated with rosin and oil. The ex-
! plosion splintered several cars. There
! was al an i"empt during the night
to blow up Oxted station, in Surrey, on
the London and Brighton Southeast
railroad, but the damage was inconsid
erable. A traveling basket was found
in a lavatory containing an infernal
machine timed to go off at 3 a. 111.
Home Secretary McKenna today
curtly refused to permit a physician
chosen by Mrs. Emerson of Jackson,
Mich., to examine her daughter, Zelie.
In prison for window-smashing, ani
said to be suffering from forcible U ed-
I Ing. McKenna's reply was:
"I regret I cannot grant onr re
quest. The condition of your daug".
ter is satisfactory and gives n't ri'i.-t
for anxiety. If she continues her
1 good behavior she wi I be release!
Washington, D C. April 4 Officials
the state department today said
attitude of the United States in
tne case of Miss Zelle Emerson, the
American militant suffraget, fmprla
cned in London, would be determined
atrer the receipt of a furthr report
from the London embassy, which has
been ordered to Investigate charges
that the young woman has been buh-
jjccled to cruel tttmeii.