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MADERO MUST FACE CHARGES
STARTING ON THEIR HONEYMOON TRIP NEW GOVERNMENT ORGANIZED A. H. Turner, Ed. A Prop. Mexican Cabinet Ministers Take the Oath of Office Madero Still a Prisoner. DEPOSED MEXICAN PRESIDENT CHANUTE ACCUSED OF MURDER. KANS THE CHANUTE TIMES England Is In acute need of elastic window glass. However, as for bobble skirted worn- fn. bow can she expect to "wiry In walk?" A Peruvian aviator proposes to fly over tbe Alps. In a Peruvian bark, probably. "Bashl-bazoukesses" may fit tbe crime, but It's altogether too bard to pronounce. A Vienna astronomer says 218,000.' 000 tons of cosmic dust falls on tbe earth every day. ' A Pennsylvania man has contracted smallpox from a roll of bank notes. Bat who's afraid? A professor of music says that there are 10,000.000 melodies. But of these. bow many are original? Man needs a few more soft spots In his heart, says a western preacher. And a few less in his head. A Chicago thief was kicked sense less bv a woman the other day. Sane must have been a ballet dancer. A New Jersey man claims to have Invented a seamless coat as the result of a dream. It sounds like one. A St. Louis newspaperman bought twelve engagement rings In one year. Perhaps he believed in advertising. Hereafter, when dinner is late, tfon't be too quick to blame wife or cook. Perhaps It was the postman. A French scientist says men get bald because they eat too much. Then why la It that a dyspeptic usually Is bald? 1 Paris husband who suspected his wife of infidelity, cut off her nose. To keep her from nosing around, no doubt Pittsburg burglar fleeing with plun der was captured by asmall boy with a toy pistol. It's the little things that count A Texas undertaker has contracted to bury the county paupers at V4 cent each. Doing the work at pauper's prices. Inventing a "cure" for tuberculosis seems to be a heap easier than con vincing other specialists you have done It A naturalist says that lobsters are becoming extinct Dut, then, of course, naturalists do not hang out along Broadway. Chicago violinist attacked a burglar, rendered him unconscious, and turned him over to the police. Wonder what he played? Moving picture theaters are proving Immensely popular in Mexico. Prob ably those western and Mexican films manufactured on Long Island are shown to the surprise of the natives. The Chinese have adopted our calen dar. It would not be at all surprising In the oriental rush for occidental re forms to hear of the Celestials falling eager victims to the trading-stamp habit Le Due de Mal-a-Merte, who Is also Le Comte Carll di Mombercalll, was baited by federal examiner because of a swollen face. After he had dis gorged his names he was allowed to enter the country. A 15,000 prize offered In England for the best mine lamp has been di vided between nine inventors. Sounds like a joke. A Mississippi man has named all his daughters after flowers. Be all tight If they don't fade before they are married. A Pittsburgh criminal got out of prison with no other aid than a but ton book. A woman could have done It with a hairpin. A San Francisco doctor replaced a dog's knee joint with a silver, diamond studded binge. Now watch the dog catchers get busy. "Mme. Bernhardt Is, an artist," re marks one critic "and can play any role except Falstaff." It would be mighty Interesting to see her doing lit tle Eva. wouldn't It? Automobiles killed 142 persons In New York during 1912, while wagons killed 172 people. Which only goes to ahow that New Yorkers are more ex pert dodfctag automobiles. 'Danish professor says that tears are antiseptic and destroy microbes. An answer to: "Tears. Idle tears, I know not what they mean." Kansas State college has a course to teach 1,000 girl students how to be good wives. Positions are not guar anteed graduates, however. Gentlemen and ladies who acquire chilblains through exclusive devotion to semi-transparent silk bose have themselves to thank for subsequent discomforts. Huerta Formally Elected by Congress as Provisional President Ma de ro's Brother Shot. City of Mexico. Vlctorlno Huerta was elected provisional president by congress at a special secret session here. Atv. Instigation of the government Madero has been formally held re sponsible for the death of Colonel Riverell, which occurred at the palace at the time of Mudero's arrest. Conflicting stories tfre In circulation regarding the slayer of Riveroll but it is oflicially stated that Madero shot him with a pistol. In a statement made General Huerta r,ays that two attempts were made against his life before the arrests, and he attributes both of them to the Maderos. The first attempt, he says, was made by a sharpshooter who tried to pick him off while in the pal ace. This, General Huerta laiu at tne, door of the ex-president. The second attempt was made at the banquet which culminated in Gustavo Ma- dero's nrrest Huerta says he was repeatedly urged to drink poisoned wine. He was suspicious, he says and refused to do so. An analysis showed that it contained cyanide of potassium, it is declared. The execution of Gustavo Madero, brother of the deposed president, was the must tragic occurrence of the day. He was subjected to the "fugitive law," by which he was free to run under the rille Are of his guards. He fell dead under their bullets. Already forced to face plots, the new administration caused the arrest of General Francisco Romero. Ro mero is accused of complicity with Francisco Rt'bedo in a new revolt. The plot involves a group of rurales. DECOYED FROM BED AND SHOT A Kansas Powder Plant Superintend ent Killed by a Drunken Watchman. Columbus, Kas. William Durkee, superintendent of the Dnpont powder works at Turck, was shot and killed by "Slim" Patterson, night watchman. Patterson compelled the engineer to sound four blasts on the whistle, the signal to summon the superintendent to the works in case of an emergency. As soon as Durkee responded Patter son confronted him and exclaiming: "Now, you double crosser, I've got you where I want you, and am goln to fix you," fired at him with a rifle. Durkee staggered to a building sev eral yards away, and then fell. He died fifteen minutes later. Patterson gave himself up and was brought to the county jail in Columbus. JUDGE WALLOPED BY A PASTOR Missouri Minister Uses a Chair as Weapon in Discussion of Church Affairs. Warrensburg, Mo. While discuss ing a church matter in the 'business heme of Judge II. F. Summers in Knobnoster, the Rev. W. T. Logan, pastor of the Knobnoster Presbyter ian church, seized a chair and struck his parishioner over the head until bystanders interfered. He then walk ed to the office of Justice Knaus and pleaded guilty to assault and was fined. Judge Summers is a well-to-do business man of Knobnoster, a mem ber of Mr. Ixigan's congregation and a member of the Johnsou county court. TO RESCUE IN A STEAM ENGINE Wife Saved and Burglars Routed by Chicago Engineer After a Fast Run. Chicago, 111. Running his locomo tive at a high rate of speed for sev eral miles, James Powers, engineer Df a switch engine, raced to his home In response to a telephone call from his wife that burglars had locked her In a room. He arrived In time to re lease his wife and chase the intruders, but they escaped. General Blunt't Widow Dead. Leavenworth, Kan. Word has been received here of the death at Hous ton, Tex., cf Mrs. Nancy Blunt, 81 years old. She was the widow of the late Gen. James G. Blunt, one of the leaders In early Kansas history and at one time warden of the United States military prison here. The body will je brought here for burial. Protect Labor and Farmers, Washington, D. C Prohibition of prosecution of labor unions and farm ers' organizations under the Sherman Anti-Trust law by the Department of Justice has been written Into the Sun dry Civil Appropriation bill by the House. A St. Jsseph Railway Head Dead. St Joseph, Mo. Frank P. Rogers, assistant superintendent of the St Joseph & Grand Island railway, is dead In Brockline, Mass. His health bad been bad and he was taken to a specialist In Brookllne. Comedy Actors Suicide. Chicago. "Old Bob" Irving and Charles Dickerson, old time comedy actors and each one the other's only friend In Chicago, were found dead to gether In a North Side lodging house here. The room was filled with gas. 1 it fM This photograph of Finley J. Shepard and his bride, formerly Miss , Helen Gould, was taken just as they were about to sail for Europe on their honeymoon trip. They departed a week earlier than had been expected by their friends. THE GJRL STRIKERS WIN FIGHT NEW YORK TROUBLE LAST. ENDED AT Demands of Fifteen Thousand White Goods Workers Conceded by Employers. New York. After 'weeks of strug gling, of hardship and desperate suf fering the 15,000 girl workers in the white goods strike were expected to return to their shops under victorious terms. The settlement was reached after an all night meeting of manufac turers and labor leaders. The strikers have obtained recogni tion of the union, double pay for over time, a 50-hour week, $1 a week in crease in pay for week workers, 10 per cent increase for piece workers and 20 per cent increase on all contract work. Empolyers and labor leaders also signed an agreement under which it is expected there will be no more need for strikes. By the terms of the agree ment there was to bo a board of sani tary control aiuf a commission to pass onall minor differences. The still unsettled phase of the gar ment strike involves XO.OOO persons of the United Garment Workers' union. FINAL PLEA BY THE STANDARD The Missouri Supreme Court Hers Reasons Why Ouster Should Be Modified. Jerferson City. The Standard Oil company, throcgh its attorneys, Al fred D. Eddy of Chicago and Frank Hagerman of Kansas City, mado a final plea to the supreme court for a legal existence in this state. A brief set forth reasons why the writ of oussUt previously issued by the court should be suspended. The brief was taken under advise ment by the court, and it is probable that it will be passed upon within tho next few days. The writ of ouster becomes operative Saturday of tho present week, unless stayed by the court. SHOTS IN A REAL ESTATE DEAL One Man Killed and Two Wounded at the Result of a Conference at Dallas, Texas. Dallas, Tex. In a conference over a proposed real estate deal in an of fice building here James L. White, treasurer of the Republic Trust Com pany of this city, was shot and killed and A. Silvers, vice-president of the Republic and president of A. Silvers & Co., probably was fatally wounded. J. A. Clapton of San Antonio, Tex., tbe third man in the conference, is charged with the crime. Seven Children Burn In Home. Harrisburg, Pa. Seven children, ranging in age from 1 to 12 years, were burned to death when the home of their father, George Smith, at Ebenezer.near here, was destroyed by fire. The parents were absent from home at the time. Naval BUI Reported. Washington, D. C The Naval Ap propriation bill, carrying 146 million dollars and authorizing two battle ships, one transport, one supply ship, six torpedo boat destroyers and four submarines, has been reported in tbe House. Paid $1,250 for an Old Letter. London. A letter written by George Washington at Mount Vernon, Febru ary 5, 1729, and referring lo the elec tion of the representatives of the First United States Congress, was sold at auction here f:r $1,250. Police Graft $250,000 a Year. New York, N. Y. District Attorney Whitman estimates that the alleged graft payments to the police in the district commanded by Captain Walsh amounted to a quarter million dollars a year. THE DOWAGER OF CHINA IS DEAD End Comes to Former Woman Ruler of Flowery Kingdom After a Short Illness. Pekln. Ye Ho Na La, Kmpress Dowager of China, is dead. She was the widow of Emperor Kwangsu, whe died November 13, 1908. The empress had been ill only a few days. The actual cause of her death Is unknown, but it is said .the symptoms cf het ailment resembled appendicitis. She was '-at tended only by a Chinese doc tor. The. former imperial family was about to remove to the Inner part ol the Forbidden City In order to make room for the government In the east ern part. NEED MORE GUARDS ON BORDER United States Won't Protect It, State Will, Says the Governor of Texas. Austin, Tex. Governor Colquitt of Texas sent a telegram to Inited States Senator Culberson, In which he asserted that "the present federal policy toward this state is an out rage," and urged that efforts be madu to have additional United States troops assigned to patrol duty along the Mexican-Texas border. Governor Colquitt advised Mr. Cul berson that the situation along tho border has been growing worse daily. From all alcng the Rio Grande, the governor declares, frantic appeals have been made to him for protection. DIED TRYING TO SAVE HIS SON Mine Accident Near Clinton, Mo., Claims a Father and Son as Victims. Clinton, Mo. R. L. Lindsay, 30 years old, and son Ieslie, 12, lost their lives in a coal shaft five milos southeast of Clinton. Tho boy enter ed the mine after a shot had been fired, and while being hoisted to the top fell back dead. His father died trying to rescue him. Mr. Lindsay came to Henry county two months ago from Atwater, Minn. Tho bodies will be taken to Seymou Iowa, for burial. Mr. Lindsay Is sur vived by a widow, two daughters and one sou. P0RFIRI0 DIAZ COMING BACK Former President of Mexico to turn From Europe by the First of April. Re- City of Mexico. Gen. PorHrlo Diaz, ex-presldent of the republic, who hrs been In exile In Europe, Is coming home. There is not the slightest pos sibility that he will mix in the poli tics of Mexico again, but his enforced exile is ended. Word was received from Paris that within a short time General Diaz again will be in his pri vate residence in Cadena street, an Interested spectator of the develop ment of the new regime. Mrs. Calvin Burnet Dead. Chicago. Mrs. Frances Burnes, formerly of St Joseph, Mo., and Chi cago, and mother of Mrs. Marjorie Rurnes Love, once called the most beautiful girl in the world, died sud denly in Paris. Her relatives In this city were not Informed of the cause of her death. . Four Children Die In Fire. BrookvIIle. Ky. Four children of Jo seph Hatfield were burned to death when their home at Santa Fe, near here, was destroyed by fire. The mother had gone to a neighbor's home for water and locked the children in the house. A Snowstorm In Rome. Rome. It snowed in Rome the other day for the Brst time in 60 years. Snow also fell on Mount Etna. The winter has been tbe severest that most Italians can remember. City of Mexico. The last de'ails of the organization of Mexico's new government were completed at four o'clock In the afternoon, when tho members of President Huerta's official family took the oath. Unable to witness -the scenes from their room, adero and Suarez were yet able to hear the plaudits of the crowd in the streets and in the big square In front, and the bugle calls of the united army. Significant of the birth in battle of the new admin istration was the frank display of sol diers, and the effect on the crowds was not lost. It Bervcd as a reminder that if It was not a military dictatorship that had been established, the present ad ministration waa cf fhueh sterner quality than that which had just fallen. Gen. Felix Diaz was among those In the room when the ministers took the oath and lieard Huerla pronounce the formal time honored phrase: "If you keep this oath, the country will reward you; if you do not, it will call you to an accounting." That Francisco Madero will get out. of Mexico without having to face of ficial Investigations for one thing or another now appears more improb able. He has already been charged with responsibility for the death of Colonel Riveroll, whom he is alleged to have shot at the time of his ar rest in the palace. KANSAS CITY BISHOP IS DEAD End Comes to John J. Hogan, Head of the Catholic Diocese Was 83 Years Old. Kansas City. Bisbnp John J. Hogan of the diocese of Kansas Citv in the Catholic church, died at 12:55 o'clock in the ufternoon at the Episcopal resi dence. He had been ill ten days. Bishop Thomas F. Lillis, coadjutor, was with him. He was conscious un- 11 10 o'clock in the morning. Bishop lloiin had been a priest fcr sixtv years a bishou for forty-four. Of all who were present at bis ordi nation in 1S52 he was the last sur vivor. And, excepting Cardinal Gib bons, he has been since 1009, the old est living bishop. It was not, how- ver, until July, 1910, that the active rork of the venerable man was trans ferred to Bishcp Thomas F. Lillis, who ad bpen aiinointed his coadjutor. Since then Bishop Hogan lived quietly est and meditation. He lived in respect and honor. Visiting church men always counted it. a privilege to all on him, and on his birthday ann ersnry visitors always filled tudy. bis A TRAIN STOLEN BY A MANIAC A Crazy Man Overpowered the Crew in Michigan Captured and Subdued by Sheriff. Iron Mountain, Mich. Alvln Olson, a demented man cf plant size, wrested the control of a locomotive from train crew here, after a terrific battle with the sheriff and deputies, Uit ne was torn from the throttle liefcie lie got the engine onto the main line. A pasenger train passed on the main track near the scene of the battle a few minutes after Olson was subdued.' Olson boarded the locomotive it a switch a short distance from here. The train crew hurriedly notified the sher iff. The latter officer was seveiely kicked and beaten before he suc ceeded in overpowering the would-be engineer. SUNDRY CIVIL' BILL IN HOUSE Measure Carrying Appropriations of $113,000,000 Is Now Up to the Senate. Washington, D. C The Sundry fvil Appropriation bill, carrying a little more than 113 million dollars, has passed the House. The provision for two naval colliers to cost not ex ceeding a million dollars each was stricken out ' An unsuccessful effort was made to prohibit scientific man igement In government works at Pan ama. The bill now goes to the Senate, Turku Slav 103 Christians? Sofia, Bulgaria. One hundred Chris- Hann were massacred by Turkish '.foops in the village of Kenaminlo, iccordfng to a dispatch received by ;he Bulgarian government. Similar massacres and other atrocities are re- ported throughout the Tchatalja dis trict Sent Whisky by Parcel Porf. Minneapolis, Minn. A Minneapolis liquor dealer faces a $5,000 fine and live years in Leavenworth prison for lending whisky by parcel post to tbe iry state of North Dakota. Pittsburg the Meanest TewnT Pittsburg, Kan. It Is believed that Pittsburg stands a good show of tak ng the prize for having the meanes jeighborhood. W. R. 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