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ABILENE WEEKLY REFXECrOE, AOLEXE, KANSAS, KOYEMLTR IS,' 1914.
STORM GRIPS CLEVELAND, 0 .. WOULD "STARVE THEM IN. JUAkln Rdlevrs Tracy and Pals II Me in Irioa Yards. Leavenworth, Not, .12. Warden I J. D. Botkln of the state prison at Tnln aod'hla ruards ara r-onfl- Snow Prlfta Tie Up the City; Fife they CM eoillpal BmMt, Herman Corun and Jobu Tracy, conTlcta, to come from their sup posed hiding place In the mate of passage ways under t the prison brickyard. The prisoners, who were employed in the brickyard, the walls Car Lines Held Up Resident Held of which are constantly patrolled by CREAK WITH HUERTA-LIND STUDENTS WED MEMORIAL DAY DcUu. CAN'T EVEN BURY TIIE DEAD Recommends Diplomatic . Negotia tions With Meiico End. HUERTA BAYS ELECTIONS NULL la Home Milk Supply Is Short Bakeries Close Doors. Cleveland, O., Not. land has been facing the worst storm of its history. A resumption of the bllzsard would be fatal since it would cut off relief from the food scarcity which the city now faces. Rain would seriously complicate the sit uatlon because flood would then ensue armed guards, disappeared. Al though guards are searching the country in the immediate vicinity of the prison, the warden is con vinced the three are hiding under 12.Cleve- t06 J10"9 an(J preparations have been made to starve tbem back Into their cells. Relations of U. S. ami Mexico. Are Strained Almost to Point of War American Embassy Uneasy. Hut They Hadn't Told Her Mother Of It. W W ., RORRER8 POSE AS TAKERS OP WICHITA CHURCH CENSUS Wichita, Nov. 11. Daylight burg- C0n(jltI0ni pars are preying upon the citiiens or Wichita because Mayor Babb ls- As a result of the disturbed state BUed a irocIamat,on a8k,n famI,Ies The City of Mexico, Nov. 10. It la known here John Lind baa rec ommended all diplomatic negotia tions with Mexico be terminated. Government officials, foreign resi dents and the people of Mexico real ize that the relations between this country and the United States are strained almost to the point of war. In his formal statement to the diplomats General Iluerta said, Manhattan, Not, 10. Horace Pateman, a Junior at the agricul tural college, had the rather un usual experience Thursday of walk ing up to Mrs. Mary Evans, who re sides at 120 Fremont street, and telling her that he was wed to her daughter, Miss Nellie, aged 22, last Memorial day. . . ine announcement was a great shock to Mrs. Evans, who knew no thing of the marriage and who had been counting on having the com pany of her daughter all winter. When called on by a reporter this afternoon Mrs. Evans denounced In strong terms such marriages, but said that the young couple was of age and had a right to do as they pleased. k3 SESSIONS TO CUT PAPER RAILROADS OFF THE LIST of the lake, a new menace develop- to "tell census ed. The drinking water has turned w""1 lu to the color of coffee and warnings were Issued by the health depart ment to obviate typhoid epledmic by boiling the water. The total number of dead was In creased to five when John Rich mond, 68, was crushed to death by the collapse of the roof of his house beneath the weight of snow and William Combert was' frozen in a snow drift. Fifteen hundred workmen buc- Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov. 10. Crip pling transportation facilities and ceeded in putting fourteen street car Ptrating wIre communication over lines in order and others probably WIQe "ea' "iraora.nary snow, will be worked on schedule late to-,8,ee,t an .w,nd "torm visited this jay jSection of the country Sunday. Dur- Business men and factory owners ng e vday ten ,nhe8 of Bnow el1, estimated the loss in business to our ,ncef mor.e than eve' ' dur: ing any rnovemDer since ibso. Shortly after noon the Western Union Telegraph company reported all wires down to New York, Colum bus and Cleveland. The Postal Tel 'egraph company was tied up by the sstorm to all points from here. Tel ephone wires to the outside were useless. . Topeka, Nov. 10. A search for SeVPral hundred rnllrnaria Innnrnno. 't'ated in Kansas, but othnrwinA un. takers" what they w" now seen that the recent e,eci known, except possible to some old -i. k on "ere null as too few precincts, tIme invPSf0ra' in stock. I. w.r TT O f I l IU ftUUW. J.4JO VUUKU WUOUOl. . jg - I -..0 Is to be taken next Monday, but for lnad p"t!cJp,te,n tbe VUng " made by Char,es SeB8,ons- cretary the past three days a gang has been ""V" , t, .01 stare. And most of these com- wnn M annul t Vi a Alaf ln m Nanr nlo. ' . ..... going about the city with pencils " , ' " Panies undoubtedly will he declared and pads posing as church census tlon". wuld thfn bf. cal.led "d b.ei legally dead ones In a few months. wouiu meu ouu.ne uia yiau oi pw- as 800 tne,p recorflg arB fuj,y flcatlon. checked up. Two years ago about More uneasiness is apparent at ig.000 corporations were declared the American embassy than at the defunct because they failed to turn palace. At the palace the opinion ln the annua, reDOrts reauired bv was freely expressed, not Infrequent-, jaWi Now the Becretary of state la ly accompanied by sneers, that tne .preparing to wipe several hundred united states would never intervene Colder IVoatlicr Coming We told you vvc had a suspicion that we have more heating stoves on hand than we should have bought, but we like to get the benefit of auantitv niirrJiasps sn nvpr. bought. We do not propose to carry them ir i f lira tin Violrt it nwA Iihiia miL.J every stove down to a price that should move them for colder weather will be here n t .. i . i . i soon, oeuer prepare ior it Dy taking ad vantage of our bargains. HODGE takers. Where they find no one at home robberies occur. TEN-INCH SNOW FALLS IN PITTSBURGH, PA. wholesale and retail companies as many millions of dollars. A great part of the citizens are unable to leave their homes and few venture downtown. The streets are impassable for wagons, and undertakers are unable to remove the bodies of persons who have died since the breaking of the storm. Many bakeries closed today be cause of lack of power and unless coal trains can reach the city soon an alarming bread shortage threat ens. No improvement in the milk . ' situation has been effected and an jj 3?tiiaI4mJUf a.mlne has- been caused .".v Because vue cumpauies are uunuie to make deliveries of the milk on hand or to obtain any more from ' dairies in the surrounding territory. An average of twenty-four inches . of snow fell during the storm and snow drifts nave piled as nign as twenty feet. , ln Mexico. Washington, Nov. 10. Foregoing his usual custom of banishing offi cial business on Sunday, President Wilson worked practically the whole of Sunday on the Mexican problem. He did not go to church, remaining indoors during the forenoon. Later he summoned Senator Borah' and Senator McCumber, Republican mem bers of the senate foreign relations committee, and spent nearly two hours with them in general discus sion of the situation. railroads off the map. AFTER SENATE ACTION ON CURRENCY BILL BACK FROM K. C. DRUNK, , SHOT AND CLUBBED WIFE HARVEY COUNTY READY to pirht rinwrH nuns ferry, jmov. io. ueorge w. smitn Nwtnn. Nov. i2.An armv of a 8ect,on foreman employed by the more than 350 men has already been Un,on Pac,f,c ra,lroad company atof Perfection who will be given de Washington, Nov. 10. Work on a report on the administration cur rency bill to be submitted to tha Democratic conference of the senate Wednesday was continued by Sen ators Owens, Shafroth, Pomerena and Hollls, the four Democrats who found it impossible .to put tbe mea sure through the senate banking committee. GIVE A CLASS OF 100 DEGREES AT REUNION CITIES WIN PAVING SUIT Supreme Court Decides 1013 Pav Ing Law Invalid. . WAS JUNCTION CITY TEST CASE Cities Will Not Tay for One-Third ,Of All Paving, But Only for Intersections Affects Second Class Cities. Topeka, Nov. 12. Seventy-three of the class of the Oriental Lodge formed ln Harvey county for the purpose of burning the hiding places of chinch bugs when tbe word comes VIlllamgtown, three miles' east of here, shot his wife twice and club bed her with his revolver., Mrs. from the agricultural college that Sm,,th ,s ln a Serous condition uuu may not recover. Smith returned to the time Is right. Farmers of each township elected captains and a lieutenant was nam ed for every section in the Ovn from Kansas City ence of liquor. Wllllamstown under the influ- Chlcago, Nov. 12. The shores of Lake Superior, Lake Huron and Lake Erie are strewn with the WOMAN SAYS SHE CAN'T KEEP SELF FROM STEALING GUN PLAY IN CROWDED CEDAR JUNCTION DEPOT 4 Junction City, Nov. 10. Arrested at Arkansas City after a chase across Cedar Junction, Nov. 10. While the Santa Fe railroad station here was filled with people, Ralph R. Wooden, a farmer, shot four times killed a dog lying at the feet of a bystander and himself received a fractured skull when the station agent felled him. None of the by standers was hurj. WICHITA POLICE DELAY A MARRIAGE 26 HOURS wreckage of a three days' gale and the tate Mrf, AdeIInfi Morrison. snowstorm, which cost the lives " of aged 1S was brought back to June- at Edward Barrett, a wealthy land more than three score persons, turn- tIon ritv -nd pntprod n nlea of owner wounding Barrett ln the leg, ed bottom up in mid-lake a 300- gullty t0 the 9harge of grand foot steel vessel, with Its crew, ceny wrecked or grounded numerous oth-j Mra M0rrison was arraigned be er crafts and caused a property loss fore jU8tice of the Peace John T. as yet unestimated, but which will Dixon and confessed to taking a run into the millions. .'diamond ring, an opal ring, and sev- Incomplete details of the storm, eral Mexican gold coins, the entire which literally swept from the west- lot Deing worth over ,140i from M,Bg ernmost end of Lake Superior to Mary',Thompson. She was bound the eastern shore of Lake Erie, be- over t0 the district court and was came known only when survivors be- committed to the county Jail in de , gan arriving in various ports with fault of $500 bond. She couldn't tales of hardships and heroic res- hep stealing, she says. cues seldom equaled on tne laKes. The death toll, with many ports unreported, is told thus: Forty men probably drowned ln the overturning of a freighter found floating ln Lake Huron; five bodies grees ranging from the fourth to the fourteenth had registered laptj night at Masonic temple , for the I forty-first semi-annual reunion of the ancient and accepted Scoftib Rite bodies of the valley of Topeka, Orient of Kansas. The reunion starts today and lasts four days. The entire class Is expected to reach one hundred. PENNSYLVANIA THROWS OFF ITS SNOW BLANKET Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 12. Al though western Pennsylvania, east ern Ohio and northern West Vir ginia were still blanketed with a Topeka, Nov. 10. Second class cities in Kansas which followed the advice of John S. Dawson, attorney genera, ln Issuing paving bonds un der the provisions of the old law Instead of the one passed by the last legislature, were upheld ln an opinion handed down by the su preme court. Tbe 1913 second class city paving law was declared Invalid ln the test case brought by Walter Zelgler, a paving contractor against tbe city commission of Junction City to test the validity of the law. Last spring, on the suggestion of Attorney ' General Dawson, the city issued bonds to pay for certain pav ing under the provisions of the law ol 1909 as amended in 1911, tils regarding the 1913 session law on the subject. In passing on the case Justice Mason gave the following opinion: "An enrolled bill signed by the governor and published as a statute may be held not to be a valid enact ment, where words which Its con tains and are essential to its opera- Solnmon , , ,85 Chiipman .77 Hope 1.10 AiuwiipBier , , .32 Woodbine School Districts. .48 .46 .16 .60 .29 20 1 D, 4 S. 4 O, 1 u & c 2 I). & H 2 Union , 68 'i -0 ? , 22 ,ia Abilene .48 25 tion, Ore shown by the journal of root or more or Bnow, conditions ,one of the branches of the leelsla- 1 NO CLUE IN ATTEMPTED MURDER AT GREAT BEND Wichita, Nov. 6. Wichita's po lice took tbe work of an inmate 'of a Hutchinson jail and arrested Wil liam Thomas Muns and Mrs. Ethel McFadden, upon arrival here. Chief were rapidly Improving. Telephone and telegraph companies made prog ress during tbe night in restoring communication and railroads had dug out trains that had been burled for hours in tbe largest drifts known ln this section for many years. WON'T STOP NUMBERING THE FEDERAL PRISONERS class ture to have been stricken out by amendment before ' the bill passed that body, and where other record evidence confirms the correctness of the entry on tbe journal and ac counts for the discrepancy between it and the enrolled bill." The object or the 1913 measure was to require cities of the second to pay one-third of the cost of paving their streets, ln addition to paying for the paving of all street intersections', the remaining two thirds of the cost assessed against Leavenworth, Nov. 10. Warden Kessler says he got word from Ben Thomas W. Morgan of the federal Calvin, divorced husband of Mrs. f Penitentiary here, will not dispense McFadden, stating that she Is a big- with the "numbers" of prisoners. He abutting property to be paid by the amiat, idoes not agree with Warden Moyer, property owners., But the, bill as The couple spent 26 hours In the;of the AtlBnta prison, who asked, ,signed by the governor and printed Jail and after belhg released ana has been granted permission by in me statutes auiereo irom ine not state Great Bend, Nov. 10. No one has , ,hr f st .wnh ran. been able claim the reward cItv .m- i -fc- H,,'mn rfnn hf that h Deen offered by the county thev went directly from the lail to the department of Justice to elimln- Journal records, and did belts marked Wexford and one wore for the arrest and conviction of the the court houae here and were mar- ate the numbers of prisoners, and to dearly bow the charges were to be belt marked London); three bod-'"0" ""m'"tt lue muruer 01 Mrs. Turn Turner or tnis city. The condition of Mrs. Turner re mains about the same. She Is not les washed ashore' on the west shore of Lake Huron; two bodies washed aahira nnnnnlta thn nnalHon of the overturned vessel; seven bodies yet out of danger' but ,s proving washed ashore near Kettle Point; j"H"ly avnd tfie chance8 are now drowned in Lake Erie, near Buffalo N, Y. ried. BOYS CATCH 100 GOPHERS A WEEK; BOUNTY $ 10 ' Cottonwood Falls, Nov. 6. With gopher traps as their working cap! tal, and their father' alfalfa fields for trapping grounds, Willie Rider and Bruce Umbarger, two 12-year- old boys of Diamond Creek, are catching 100 gophers a week which nets them about $10. Henaessy Renews Graft Charges. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 6 Fresh from the New York mayoralty fight. John A. Hennessy, state investigator, tlslt- ed Albany and made arrangements with Governor Glynn for a renewal of investigations Into Hennessy's eharges of graft la various state departments. WOMEN OFFICER A. O. U. W. LODGE AT NEWTON, KN. PLAYHOUSE CAVES IN, KILLING A SCHOOLBOY discontinue tbe marking of P" on uniforms. 'U. 8. Jennings, Nov. 6 The six-year-old son of Hans Jypson was killed at school near here. The children had made a dugout for a playhouse. The roof caved in and burlel two MARGARET WILSON WILL BE THE MAID OF HONOR Washington, Nov. 6. Announce ment was made at tbe white bouse that Miss Margaret Wilson, oldest assessed. The old law under which the cities of the second class must InaiiA nnvlnir hnnria nrnvMea that tha city at large shall pay for the costi of paving the intersections. Newton, Nov. 12. The first O. U. W. lodge .to be officered by members are women, was Instituted all too small to be of much service. here last night by Grand' Master pany. Workman J. W.. Graybill, assisted by a half dozen of the grand lodge officers from other points. Th-s makes two lodges of the order in Newton and they expect to work on a harmonious basis, the new lodge having met in the old lodge room last night. 90 1 02 93 94 05 96 96 68 99 ino 101 102 104 10S 104 107 108 109 110 111 112 IIS 114 IIS 11 117 118 Tha 4ji roll ! tlnw In fhn hand nf 110 1ai10'hf01. nf tha nrPRMpnt. will bfl th. (fMiiirw. .nH th. amnnnt 1 Im'V i, ton boys. One was rescued alive, but f hnnop WR(!d,nir of h.P ?ch ioo valuation in DicWnson.coun. iii v,f. holn o-rfvol vn,m.r Trnnn . ----- 17 ior me year ingwn wmow: i2Z was dead. The school teacher ran a mile for help as the pupils were 7 8 9 1') 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 35 36 87 38 39 41 42 43 44 45 46, 47 48 49 60 61 S2 63 54 65 66 67 68 59 . , 60 61 62 63 64 65 , 66 7 , 68 9 70 ........ 71 .-. 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 P. A M. 86 8. D. . 86 , 87 , 88 D. A a.. 89 .24 .29 .28 27 .32 .16 .15 ( .27 .20 .67 .38 .06 .20 .28 .24 ,30 .37 .44 .19 .20 .19 .30 .27 .05 .45 .22 .27 .28 .17 18 .20 .50 '.13 .23 .25 21 .24 .27 .16 .20 V..& 8., .15 .28 .22 .83 33 .38 .85 .16 D. & M. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS DICKINSON COUNTY. OF Another Democratic Caadidate? Emporia, Nor. 12. It has been rumored that August W. Kopke, a well known traveling man, will an nounce his candidacy for the Dem ocratic nomination for governor This Is Surely Rome Cake! New York. Nov. 12. Miss Jessie No Executive Worth More, New Ha. Wilson's wedding cake was baked! Head Says. The first layer Is four in- inches! Boston, jviass., xnov. iu. unanes here. ches thick across. and twentyntwo A Quiz. So Students Struck. Columbia. Mo.. Nov. 12. About on earth twenty-six members of class in the 000 a year in any executive Job, and school of law of the University of that all payments In excess are an Missouri struck because the profes- unjust on the public. or. entries uuraicK, insisted - giving them a quix .against their ersnip 01 an rmwiji iu iu tmwa sister, Miss Jessie Woodrow (Wil- Htate 10.12 Sayre, on Novem-. ber 25, at the white house. Flora ' 20 W'llowdale , 22 Lincoln 20 puts salary limit at 2s,ooo. htl1lnj-';:::;;:::;;;:;:::::::;:::: j Holland 22 Cheever "" Buckey i .'. .15 Grant Newbern JfTeraon Rannpr 25 , Hnerman .15 ' . . 92 nr " Center - if Tin 08 Rltlira 11 Hnm 20 Fracrant Hill 16 123 124 .. .16 .. .26 ,. .21 . 83 . .30 ,. .22 . .18 ; :5? ." .29 . .80 . S3 . .31 . .17 . .11 .. 24 . .18 . 18 . .23 . .24 . .81 , .24 . .14 . .36 , .3! , .80 ... .1 , .10 , .21 .25 .19 .29 .14 . .28 .09 .24 .30 17 .28 .18 .38 .15 .32 .14 .23 .29 .23 .14 39 .43 .27- .48 .80 .24 .3S .39 .26 .80 .31 .:. .i7 .14 5a S. Mellen, former president of tbe New Haven railroad, whose salary was $60,000 a year, says no man Is worth more than $25,- Noole Rlnehart . Liberty Union .... Lyon AWIen .. Hertngton KnterprlM CltlM. .30 .15 .19 .10 .17 .64 1.12 .44 Notice in hereby given that the tax roll of nicktniwn county. Kansas, for tho year 1913, has been placed In my handa and thdt I will attend to the receiver of taxes at my office ln Abilene, Kanaa, .itkM In iwnnn or bv deDUty. The county treasurer' ofTee" will ba open between the hours of 8 a. m. and 4. p. Sundays excepted, for the purpose or receiving- the taxes charged on the tax roll for the year 1913. The law declares that each person charged with . taxes both personal and real on the tax roll ln the hands of the county treasurer, may . hi. nnilnn rvav the full amoimt ' f such tax on or before December TO. mX or half on or before Decwnber 20. 1U. and the remaining one-half on or beCora June 20, 1914. In case your taxes figure more than the different levies show, the difference Is either sidewalk or sewer tax. Give under my band this 1st day of November, 1913. , E. L. MOUSE, County Treasurer. . F. W.- MORSE. within the next few days. wishes. --AAiTEIl. uepuiy. J