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U imMNr mi Use fM tnitM.
j;, lfrtMtcsds f sooetaaocs, hsehwM
W ii ry oVftinm hi o4fc
ffi wtA (osasMoMo twwitwd
ra.Hii mIMm nf Um cowl homo.
. Jl Wm mriy usfteClMl that
woomi ae reocnoa wumn
M 7 o'clock attorneys for both
were notified that a verdict
y. hd Im reached. Tlio court mom
. mnvifeil when llin Inrv. led lir
1 J. 0, Calhoun of Douglas, who w
. eteeted- foreman, filed hi and look
r.i thctr plocco In Iho Jury box. Be
v fori receiving tho verdict. Judg
Sa-murl L. Palleo, thanked the Jury
for their fwMhfHlHfu and at tendon
during (lie teW and firmly directed
Ihn'npocUtori to refrain from any
itcMSMirkllon whllo In tho court
in m kntretve nlcnco Vlward
Juno, clork of tho court, read tho
M'ltki cl(rlrw Wooltfiu The Jury
llien left the room. A toon u court
w wWournra bcotm of pwpie
-crowdcti around Woollen nd ol
counsel. V. II. Dure? iind V. O.
Ollmore. and congratulated them.
Although not entirely a aurprlie
tho verdict wtm a oilier qlHptioinu
menl lo Counly Aornoy rrrncli,
who had been workbw on the pro
ocutlon of tho caoe for wore than
a year. Bcorca of tlefetHkml. how.
cvrr. eonirralulatwl Kwnch for thf
courlroua and MquaroH mnnrr In
which he bad conducted the depor
"t lost the rate and I'm disap
pointed." aald French.
WttOtum wa iiw wm. cxcitcn
. .mm h Uto eurt room when Ihtf
t After a apHth which lld l
tmaot four hiM, CHjr,AHorHpy
...... ... . sk. - i I. -.-- lj-.. jut jMMBaBBBB4
'iieMto Jury l 6:10 o'cloek 7rrter.
afternoon. The iet was
a nummary. Hoi only of tho cvl.
denes In thl casa but of alt tho
condition that antedated the t. V.
V. denorUtlona of July t!f. 101 f,
when 1180 Imluitrlftl Worker of
the World and their iymaplhiiera
were taken from tho Warrru mm
biff dlelrlcl to Columbus, J. H.
Junm flarrl)ii Peacefully (Jnitt
By Associated Preas.1
EI. PASO, Trtas, Majt t Keport
' this at trrnoon wrrc that the- Juarrx
DarrhoM under General J. (Jmualo
KjscoW M sH-aeefHtly Johicd the
luarrt official? uhru qui-ntloneil
rfflanllH the report, wild! "Wo tin
not know. General Escobar could
not ho reached.
Mexican Agent Released.
Hnv. R. U Pearce will preach at
the Baiillsl Church Bunday morninn
at II o'clock and In the ru-iilng at
Den Moines Lumber Company en
HOW TO REAP A HARVEST
A Vital Cirtema Drama of
William M. Ryn, novel
A Vitagraph Picture presented by
tin . l sasMa m Nmbmi Is fiMstas -
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WuHww !Mn Bay Off,
tVf AMdeMtMl PMLl
CHICAGO, May tMkw w
tag eallsd to a school homo M lt
aat aiaa-iaw "ObaHc" attatlKl of!
the Windy Wty -wim it w
ihiywm imw a ra iw row
ktatUmMl of PoHw Mm tibwn,
an ex-Mtldttt. climtnU an (rialiiMtiol
af and nul daw ikC HMTi
Mi w4 Uwflbod HuMik- fr
(Ry AMGCMMU rtl. 4
TOnOKTO. OwUrm. OaiHKta, May
tTwetve lhund roal mlttern in
Ifca mfowv (Nova Bcotki) dMrict
today west on a "May dy" rlke
aa m protrat aalnst the Imtwiitoii
mcnt of ttm leadort of llio Wlnnl.
pet general itrlke or lait year.
A general tie-up of tho building
tradca In Ottawa, a itrcct car em
ployes' slrlko In Ilndon, Ontario,
and a milk wann driver' atriko In
TnronUi are alio reported tcxlay
UMwbMiee hi rarK
By Aoclalet Prcw.l
J'AfllS. France. May i A clash
Iwtwcrn Hepuhllcan (iuardi, police
and two thousand May uay ,maoi
eotattU' occHWd at 3 o'clock thU
a4Meoi M the boukvards In tM
Two ahots were fired durirat Iho
mehre and several pemoni werd re-
i it n mtntriiiiirn nr&i uin urL bt.
tlvo dltordw of tho dy. and woro
ind lo have been brought on by
tho rplclfl of (ttrlklng drivers
Uter Mefiorw r"m rartt.
ly Aisoeiavea rrcsj.)
of 'aid X W
the city lOiiay.
Two Hoc ausi mcmoers oi ino
Chamber of DepuUes, William Vail-
lant-Couiurtet' aim Aiexannro .
lane, were Injured n a clash i w h
Iho ihiIIco near the Place do la llo-
Parade, SireoHirii b Ijwon.
(By Associated Pre.
,LONfXM, MswVaiid, May lrKehl
millioa worKera mrv, cwiiw I
have imi wif w hh- wywj
oi sioy mr w "7 im
- : . 1 "
lieH. Jfwsw! ".'Jff:.,
run Lin' SrJ - I Tlimuand 0fMa"-:v,,n- Kll,oU
LUIUGO, . May lr-T boiwands o Mw Ian,y j,,,,,!,,,,,,,,, Hl.lora
- r liki.1 .ml rrfiiWl ti
n "rent strike and "f'V.Llu...
eaic uwwhsi "u'"V"Prf "'
OilragoTrnanU Protective ,LeKtie.
families would defy tho effort.
, ,..h,...i. i ii,.n.
feWCSHKVMl AX RKMNANT
KU:MAK m IN MATTLK
Are Hi-1 laird to He
niv Anaociated Prcss.l
VLAi)iV08T0K, My I. -Severe High) will hold their commence
'i..i,iinr i. in nniimM at Chita, ill mcnt cxrrcUM and take nart in a
Trans-BalkaHIa, -bclwoen the forces
of General VolucKOiisxy ana hum
aula remnant uf Admiral Kolchak'a
army In Trans-Ualkailla, and tho
mmiiA liolahnvlk faction. accordiiiR
lo rcjiorta from Bussian sources.
The Japanese ore declared lo bo
supporting uenoroi omvkuin.
MfrtLS W VUM.K mmuUS
jNext Wtvlncxdsy evenfrw. May n,
al 8 o'clock, young ladies anil ki
llcmrn or llio (Ailtunuu nun
S"00' wltl Produce o comedy cn-
tilled "Dodging an llelrc" at Iho
i,he ncrai tutlle.
,rt. , : i ...
k . , , ..raMidiy- rttrr.
p,rtctU Tll0 fomc,y i, - f
nmc mfrll ,, pcrmlu 6r ,,.,,
Mlt0,0 , lho ,lrominent ."twrln of
-This cometly at Iho Hex unitnubt.
w b wc aUcn,ed. ; Tbo ad-
mMotl fee will bo !5 ccHls.for
and K ceHla ror chWdrcil,
FoMowln la Iho cast:
I WHthHWi; "-r, FarU Phlllln
toni" King Farrar; "Mr. Dlekry
Lovojoy." Ih'unis Lovrll; butler,
hluali Poole: two officers, olen
Lovctt; "Mrs. William larkcr ln
clalr." Winifred Carlmlll; "Ml
Victoria Sinclair," Helen llollloway:
Ntly Armitrong." Delia Joh.uon:
.,.',,. Mildred Bnell: -Hetty
""!: Ilu,.h 8,n""-..
miiirlu- Aiurnoon rrraront.
Owens, Mlw Ilurtono and .Mlsi i
ten's room will render an Interest-
i iif iruKraui.
Thiirxday Kvrnlna at the Krt.
lliursday evening at 8 o'clock the
minils of tho eighth grade Junior
I comedy lhal promises much In llm
way oi enieriuiuiueuv ht mo
younger tuiiiHa. Tlierc will bo no
.-rjv PmM "HIH Plrntr.'
Friday afternoon Ihe pupils of
Uio school will hold a picnic In Her.
TO OUST AW.KKAIVH. HA in
U. 8. VF.KA CHUZ CONKUL
W. W. Canada. American coniul
at Vera Crus for twenty years, ye
tarda v lotd the Kciialo commit ten
investigating Mejlcnn affair that
Louis Cabrera, financo uiinlslrr m
c'.rrflnift'K eaMneL had aniiounceil
in tOU thai Iho present president
of Mexico, in launching Jiu succrss
rni revolt asalnst llucrta. had Its
one. of his ultimslo objects Mrlvtof
Americans out or Mcsico anu uio
taking of their properly for McL
eans," , .
Canada said Curraiua's smtent pi
v i.imIN In foreiati consuls Th0
had assembled at, Vera Crux at Mil
Invitation at n time when PrvldehV
Wilson was insisting that Carrania
Since that tlmo Carrania bos rar.
rlcd out o policy conforming with
Cabrera' slatemenU Canada said. -1
uml,l nniirl In the ili'iinrlmiMil: an
American nolo would bo written Jo
Carrania ond bo would dispute arid
evaiio ana naming wduiu in mm.
Kverv ttlsMUtlon owilrtl by Alllerl-
omi4 had liren ruined. exepl
pp two whfjro wraft paid officials
liavo pmnytiMi loem.
Ri lillllA Mo- Moy Ir-One of
Iho two Mexican under orrest here
l.uliiv arenrtllnff In llio IKllli'O. Said
hi. n Mnniiel M. Vrleto. mayor of
Juarn Chlhuabua. Mexico, from
nil m lain, ami tnai no eama in
&. Uml to purchase arm ror
MeneiHl Alvnni Olirwg'Mi and, tho
tirtiiir-i iiiivv rvntniK ntraiuvi in
guvenimcul of Pr'ofdcut Carraiua
End of a Petfm
Kl. MSO FKHCT FAN
The Douglas Daily Ihleniallonal
sjnirU writer recently wrote lltll
MaclMwtyn of El Paso, a nmiintieiit
right fan or that rtty. asking him
L', -uptown- Om on 8,1-
fighter, who I In lake on Kid Pal
mer hero llio mailt or May 8 lit
right wliirh Is being staged umlr
tho auspices of Ihe American
Ia-rIoii. Hero is tho body of Ihe
letter, which give lho El I'om
writer's views on Hiteedball.
Ileceiveil your iwmmo Inquiring
about BMcdtMil Hoyden. Hoy, that
Is the rosiest siiioko I imvc ever
seen. I snw hlin In his last bout
with Fowicr. and t believe he til
rlea Palmer, llo welahs about Mil
WTight lino oi ino powr. " was
star of lho minitlve nxixdillm
Into Mexico In IUKVI7 and won Iho
border tltln from ilufus Williams
al IVilumlitis In IUI7.
Since then he ha defeated
Johnny Sndenberg, who I under-
staiul gralilieil n draw wiui jsck
uemney on two occasions. Miurn-
terg is middleweight champion nt
tho Soiiuirrn Department,
"llo has also defeated Ilufus Wit
Ham. Hock Hones, Kid ftos. Eddie
Johnson and, In fact, oery man ho
has met. with the exception or
Fowier. Anil as clever as Palmer
is. I think llaydcn can trim him,
llaydrn was arrow or i-nwxers
rialit In IhAlr flrat match.
"Hoyden's main dependence is Ills
snccd. Oldtlmers, such as "Had
Daddy" Anderson, rormer tralnor
of Jock Johnson, assert he is as fast
as (icorne IMvul as clever as Peler
Jackson and hits as hard as Joe
(Ions. Up Is tho cream or comrei
rights in Ihe Houlli
Hill MocDowlyu didn't tell half
tho truth. In the llayden-Fowier
fight In Columbus, Spcedball Ha
den was under wraps. The fight
was pulled off during a sandstorm,
The crowd was lliere, ami, ol want
ing to disappoint them. Hayden and
Fowier put up a swell ten-round
conlesL about as pretty an exhibi
tion of footwork as was ever seen
in Columbus. And there wer wal
lops that sounded above the slorm.
Newlhflr. Hardball was "under
wraps." I predict lhl Douglas fan
on May 8 will see Specdbnll Hoy
den Irim Palmer ond after Ihe right
all wilt admit that llaydcn U lho
futetl nun not only in wis neck
of ho wwods but in the country.
JBy Associated Prcss.l
v.t. PABO. Texas. May I General
Msnuel Dlecuer is en route ndtlh
with a largo boy of federal troop.
according to a telegram rrceivwi
i,.. in.iiv iiv Mexican Consul Gen
eral frandovol. it was also Teporled
thai, all Ihe central uunrciis oi toe
repul)llc were qui"-
(--.mil n Kai noi. ' nmvisionm sur
llin stale of Chihuahua,
yof rcjttirted afo by uonsui tn
,iil uIki said eotluas left tho COP'
ilal of ihe stato ai me unu' oi w
rictillim hetweell Ihe lovai tniops
and revolting force, and that h"
was not en route lo Jaurer.
ful M,,ni 1,1pm Jnnrez.
ki. pako. Texas. May i.-rnai
riiinnel Mora, federal fOmmandcf
of tho garrison occupying Jusroi,
who hurriedly .erosseu ino mirpH
Hfi.Ml tlnri Merit fchortir a tier mid
nlaht lasl nlBhl. Is fleeimr Jnirei
Wimn Im nnlieinatrd ft revolt In
hat rily. wiw tmiay cmmieu- in
anil Carron circles,
Tlie Columbus Dally Courier, flw
ctuts per slufto copy.
A most pretentious roster of stage
ami screen artiste is IMcd m sup
port of Mary Miles Minter In Israel
ZantwiU' "Nurse MarJoire.' moH
of whom liavc been seen lo marked
advanlago In tho screen triumphs
of this era, and were selected on
account of tlielr nationality and pe
culiar adaptability lo tho locale ot
Clyde Fillmore, well known as
leading uian. plays oppoallo Miss
Minter and is favorably known
through hi Identification wiln
Civilian Ctothcs" and Cohan A
Karris productions, Mollle Mac
CotHielL the "mother" ot this slory,
is well known iu the theatrical pro
reasion throusli her affllhstion with
C)HH-ta Fetkh wa t)roddctiotiiur
rwwteen years; aiso wiin riiciiTn
Mansfield In Ihe United Htaleji and
Enalond. Vera Lewi, another ae
Ires of long experience, apearvd
mi the speaking stage with Julia
Marlow, James h. llackott, Mauume
Bans Gene. etc. Mho plays Ihe
Duchess In ".Nursfi Morjorie.'
Oeorce E. Perlolal. a charartw
uian of long experience, essajs Ihe
role of the father of the leading
man. Mr. I'enoiat is an arim in
makeun and a conusmmate ehar-
acler actor. Arthur lloyt. Ihe Duke
In Ihe screen play, hi well known
through his specialization In sim
liar characters with Henry W
BavBgo,' Licbler and company and
others. Frankio Lee, Hie child ac
tnr, is the "Orphan Dick" in "Nupw
MsrJorle." Ho has appeared to
marked advantage In "The Miracle
Man" and Itralarls great prtxtuc
lion. "Judy ot Rogues' Harbor.
".Nurse Marjorie" uill be Ibe prin
cipal attraction at Ihe Columbus
theater tomorrow 8undayt.
A mll u-anl ad or a large one,
In The Dally Courier, will sell
it for you.
HERBERT RAWLINSON PRODUCTION
The High Sign
; witk HERBERT RAWLWSON
hcro or "Comt Tkroiik"
Tfc. sy ti a h ltaUr'
Jir Sho atari promptly at 6 J0 " '
SUNDAY Matinee & Ntrf
MAY AlJLiSON m
A Cotsvod'y Drasovft fU a( irtk.
t- tiKira rw at t;09 m, Oiumwm o-'
By Associated HnsM.'i
WA8HLS0lX).V, II, May I
After a fowrhour wrmaV, Hmwo
HesiubiicaHs Me latt ihmh
ttwrd plans for rtln the iU!iw
relief legislation next M'l ami
adjourned their party confsrenrH
al miilniglil without setting a tuio
Wide dlffeiwccs of flfmuon .
velojxd in tho conference. Ihe op
position con to ring prim jpslty
axalml a sale lax to ral part or
tlio aJ,(wyi0(W) iiwiHI re enrry-
lug out (ho provisions or m inn.
Ileiiresenlalive Mondell, tlor lead,
cr. announceil that another parly
conference would be held Isle iiesl
week, the exact doto lo be rixefi ny
Heprfitenlatlvo Towner, limn, eon
ferenco chalrtuaiu Tho lull ws
Errorls will DO nwie in rracii o
compromise, but leaders admitted
that the soles tax had lo Ih flluv
Inalot. Both the oppom-tiU of the
sales lax and opponent of any re
Her legislation tell Jubilant over tho
result or the eonrerrnce. Hie ror
mer claimed they had succeeded In
killing Ihe sales tax, wtuio urn ii
ler asserted they did not bcllcvo any
eller measure could lie passru ai
Chairman Fordney or the ways
nd uWans commltlee which framed
the hill, in closing Ihe nrernnco
wllh a vehement pch. declared
some members were "gelling cold
feel' and that any one ttnwiiiir-g 10
pay a bonus was a cowant
Tlio debate, conducted Milrol
closed door, was said to have hern
a bitter arraignment or urn aie
tax whlcli. It was conlended. would
Iniioe iimieeeiMary burden iixm
()HW'.nn mxmjyi m- wuji
Hy AsMcUdcd fre.l
NEWARK. N. 4- 7y j. Chief
Juslice Gummcrc of Mm ew Jer
sey supreme rourt, (oday slgiifd an
order for ,noiltA .of JN o
cast In Tidy's . ht11
tTrtitisl primary eieriioti lor sena
tor Hiram w. joihwoii aim i-!irrai
HAIRCITS IN tiwillioe
MAY ! lis M.eniB
r-mi-xin M.u I i'liirBn hair
nils may go In 75 cent when a new
wage srole for Journeymen tiorliee
becomes effective Mondoy. Master
barbers In elevrn unions hod de
elded todoy (horgn 75 cenli, but lho
others were un'lecniou.
coukts maams w
(By Assoclaled Press.J
Bl'FFALO, Ti. V, May - In
iletflsion handel down today lu lho
United Blalcs court by Judge Hatel,
in connecllon with alleged profiteer
Ing case, the Leved food contra!
act and the provision aaml "tiUj.
Just and uureosoHaiiln rhwgrs'
wrro held ronslittdioiiah
Letter files and lorgrr files tor
Invoices at Uie Daily Courier office.