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THE CALUMET NEWS IS A THE CALUMET NEWS j MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED THE WEATHER: PR EM. TODAY'8 NEWR Tnnu GENERALLY FAIR TONIGHT V ) AND WEDNESDAY. J VOL XXI CALUMET. HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 12, 1911 NO. 37 CONVENTION IN CHICAGO JUNE 18 National Republican Committee Selects Place and Date at Today's Session. TAFT PROGRAM GOES THROUGH President's Sub-Committee on Ar rangements Chosen Plnns Are Being Made to Push Move ment to Curtail Representa tion From tht South. Washington, Dee. H With the pro gram of the day'a proceedings al ..: wholly agreed upon in advance the Itcpubllcan national noganjltloa met here today. The executive committee went into 8vs.sl.ni jit 10 o'clock The MMMfel of the full ooaaaitttea ami scheduled for an hour later. Although It was coi ded in advance that Chicago undoubtedly would be chosen an the convent Ion city, the com mittee pave the rivals an hour and a half to proaent their claim-. St l,ouls. Denver, Cincinnati, Philadelphia and lialtiinore were Chicago's rivals. The Taft forces had won the fliHt .erious fight attending the coininittee meeting when that body went into ses sion today. After a scries of confer ence the Taft men Were conceded the right to name Harry S. New, of In diana, chairman of sub-committee to take charKe oi the convention arrange merits. Including the naming of a tem porary and permanent chairman. The four other mcinhcrs of the committors will he national committeemen, Vorys of Ohio; Murphy of New Jersey; Mul vane of Kansas, ntul ItonOWetor of Nebraska. Duncan of North Carolina probably will be added. Talk of llonflC clt continued today. The national committee assembled a 11:30 o'clock. Cornier QeeenenT Hill of Maine was elected chairman b acclanialioii. The committee approv. , the action oT lh executive commission in ap- poilltlllK sub-committee to take ill bind the preparation uf a call for del Kates. This committee consisted or Itorah, Idaho; Ward. N- w York; Cu pels, South uaroiino; uswoen, Illin ois: and Itosowatcr. Nebraska. The Taft program went through without change As indicating a phase of the attitude of th mniiltee. Its decision to call for the selection of ((legates from th. Distiiet of Cdum bbi at a primary election was .r un usual Interest. The committee p . id. il t hold tin national convention in Chi. ago. begin ning Tuesday, Jan- IS. Chicago re ceived fort-tWo ol.s out of fifty three east. The committee on con vention arrangements, as agreed t-. with New as chairman, was approved, pi oved. Nr. Primary In Every State. In the subcommittee lioiah bads .1 hodes fight to open the primar-. door to every stale. The sub-commit tee dccidol to follow the I'M III of call adopted four years ago. This recog nizes the rights of the states to . bouse delegates at primaries In which primary la wa have been passed. In other states the gejengfOl will be se lected at the state convent ions. It was said today th. the fight In the next convention to curtail the M.uthcrn representation is well found 04 Plans have progressed so far that Hurge. of Ponnsylv ania. who led the 1. du. tion fight In MM and lost by a narro.v margin, has been decided upon to lead the movement. Michigan Chairman Present. Chairman W. Crank Knox of ttfi Michigan Republican state central committee, who is lure. pronounces l a Collotic far from being a formid able candidate and declares RooeOVell Is not a pr siib ntial factor. S' me comment is made 011 the tact that Mr. Knox did not call on Pr.si elerrt Taft, as did a number ..I bad rs from other stat. s. The truth is Mr. Knox was busy conferring with member of th ' Mi higan delegation gnd In departm.nlal ba ineas and With Senator William Abb a Smith. Mr. Knox .1.-. lined to 41 Whether the Michigan delegation would go Instructed for Taft. also win ther reciprocity win be an laaue, mu h discussion, Mr. Kno believes, can only be pro. In. Use of Democratic capital at such a time. La Follette Not a Factor. Asked about the report from Ml bi taa of a farmers poll favoring Sena tor La Collette, Chairman Knox said, I don't .believe thai Senator La Mr lotto has a formidable following In Michigan. I do not recall at this mo ment a single Republican of promi nence in the aaata who has !c hired for him. As a rule, the people of Michigan have a vcr lust and proper appreciation of Senator I .a Kollettc's value In the position which h. now 00 upli s. As a militant leader of the host radical wing of the party, he -erven a valuable purpose; but I do 1 ot believe he has impressed the peo ple of Michigan or of the countrv .at large 111 a man of commanding " live ability. He la nerving his flay In much the aame fashion as Wen. led Phillips and WilHam Moyd Harrison "erved theirs, but public sentiment to- ELECTION IN ARIZONA. New Stat, to Elect Governor and Oth er Officers Today. ''"""x. Ariz., poo, It ifiijaoia neiu her first state elect I.... ...a .. ot-olll-dls-leg-alno two mg for governor and other atate dais, judges of the supre and trict courts and ineinberH of the addition, the voters tvpmaaad their pnfiiroaoa for swnaea aenetora and also voted on the aaaajaaaj to arhnlaaii the ju dicial recall lion, the Mate constitu tion. Complete ti, k. ts were put ill the Meld by the Republican, Denio- ..c .111.1 pun aausi parties. Owing to the midtlpmit) of candidates the cuiigdcte results of the election prob 'bly will i,t be known before TtMiiia. day. TO INCREASE EXPORTS. Prominent Manufacturers Discuss Means of Extending Trade. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1 J. - Promi nent ma 11 11 f t. turora and importers' ftom ail parts of the Nmte.l States un it mbleil in this city today to attend Hie ha I iona I export Hude convention to be hoM under the an. picts of the Phil adelphia Commercial Museum. The .bi.l ohjict of the gathering; is the ' !'Ut ion of plans lor extendiiM- the foratga oomtnorce of the United states. more especially with the countries of CeatnU and South America. IN CHAIR AGAIN AFTER 30 YEARS JAMES B. McCREARY IS INAU GURATED GOVERNOR OF KEN TUCKY UNDER UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES. Prankfoit. K , Dec. l:'. After a lapse of more than thirty yenra .lames I; McCrcarv, for the s. I time In Ilia long carer of public service, wa ; today ill uminated governor of Ken tucky. The inauguration crowd was the largest ever seen here. The parade of militia companies, DoaaoefaagJ marching clubs, civic or ganizations and military cadets was the feature of the day. Another fea ture was the pic.-m'c of hundreds of Confederate veterans, who were doubt less attracted to the inauguration by the general feeling that Governor Mr- Clears Will be the last ope of their number who will be cbo: en as chief I executive Of the Ulue Crass state. The governor-elect and his I'amllv lea. bed I'Yankfort last ovenitm M a special train, accompanied by a large delegation of his iicikIiIm.is from Rich mond, and under the escort of a spe cial legislative committee. The inaugural exercises were held on the front step of the new Capitol. Tile exercises W el e opellcd w ith all in vocation by Hcv. .1. u. Balglar. afaavr .lame. H. polsgroye introducoil tiov ernor Wilson, who dellvereil his fare well addles. Chief Justice llobs.-n then administered the oath of olllce to the new governor. Col b; wing C,v- arnor afedeafyia Inauguiai address. Lieut. Coy. K. J. McDerniott was Off Mil in. Alter tin exorcises Wele conclud ed (Jovernor McCnaty held a public reception in the CepftoL gg MrottM hesitate o put the supreme authority of hadcr-hip in la Col blic's hands, Just as it would have wis.iv heel ta ted to have s aonotefl Phillips or Harrison sixty vears ago." Roosevelt Eliminated. "Well, then, how gbOtM Roosevelt?" "1 do not regard Roosevelt In any sense as a factor in the situation. There call be gg doubt as to the fenera feeling wi oonflflroea hi Hon s yell's leadershi and if bo Were availabb Mbbivan would undoubtedly be among his strongest supporter. Put .Mr. Ucosov.lt ha I eliminated him self from the situation, and in so do ing, has, to my mind, show n himself to be a great, patriotic leader, as well as a most astute poll! icia n." "What effect as to a presidential primary in Michigan will result from President Tali's n.uiesceiiee in a presidential primary in ihloV" Favors Presidential Primary. "I do not aee how this will effect us la MtoMghn, in the Brat aaaoa i am persoi ally thoroughly In sympalhv with, ami believe In, the ullim tte adop tion of the presidential primary bba. 1 ggi I alneeN enough beMever la that pi in. iple not to want to age it at tempted tin- Ural time under conditions which sc. m to iye most unfa voraihlc and likely to dolor its final adoption in KMbbTM for miiny years. I advo cated the presidential primary at the i session of the legislature, and if there should be a special session of the legislature this winter. I should cer tainly urge the adoption of the plan at the time. Not for "Voluntary" Primary. "As to the practicability or a vol untary primary on the president I am jet to be convinced. I recall very distinctly my feeling ot uisappoim- ment last year, when after a most strenuous state-wide campaign, hut a third of the votes were polbd at a reg ular, lajral primary elect lea. If but a third of the voters of Michigan would turn out at I regular, legal, primary el,-, Hon under sucn comm. .-oh. ........ .,, , ,t have we for assuming that a iiMhlng like a rcpreaenwiM e o.r ,.;,! be polled al a piim.n which woiil.l be without warrant of law. ann for which there couio w ioo . ARE PROCLAIMED AMID SPLENDOR King George and Queen Mary of England Made Emperor and Empress of India. MAGNIFICENCE UNSURPASSED Durbar Camp is Thronged with Brilliant Assemblage No Scene in Modero Times Ever Ap proached Richness and Color of This Event. Delhi, India. Deo. 1 j. King Oeorge and yueen Mar were today proclaim ed emperor and empress f India The culiniiiatiiii; act of the Mnglish mon areh'a accession to tin throne of Ida vast Indian dominions took place amid a scene, which, for rlchnemt, col or and magnificence, protmbly never has beat) surpassed in modern times. Th. amphitheater of the Durbar ..imp Nraa thronged with Indian princes ami rulers of India, attired in brilliant costumes. bedecked with parkllng gems. Kuropcans, Brlti h of- li. ials ami people of all classes. Troops I' every arm of the Kritiali service surrounded the arena and lines of sol- dlora extended along the routu of the royal approach Th. boomlna of the loinaraal aaJtate anoouncad the coming of the royal pair. The guard (.resented arms, Land - burst into the loyal aiilhetn and the people cheered. The procession proceeded to the great central tent while their majesties fee. ived the homage ami congratulations of gover nors, ruling princes and other iepr - eeatetivea ..i vtttei India. Thea r..i 1'iWiil the eieinouies proclaiming the new emperor and empress. King to Promote Education. At the conclusion of the ceremony Lord Hacdlaga aaaosnaoad the king had resolved to levote ImimaMately $l,fiM.0(M to (lie promotion of popu lar education III India. An important change announced wan that the seat of government was lb the future to be transferred from Calcutta to Delhi. SCORES LABOR AND GOMPERS. Manufacturers' President Also re plores "Trust Busting Fevor.' Chi. ago, Dec. 1. The Cederation of Iabor, (iompeis and the M. Namaras were ilis. usse.l before the national huslnccs league Congress today by President Knriiey ..f the National As social ion of Mciuufai'turcrs. lie at tacked all three, dcuouhclii.g them in violent terms. He deplored the "tru 1 busting fever," which, he said, now iagd In America. pig corp. rat ions, he said, were being treated as em inies to the common people, whereas many were beneficial to tile common g L Prank D. Pavey of New York, dis cussed the Sherman law and urged its amendment so as to permit legitimati Comblnetlona of labor and capital. TRAIN ROBBERS TAKE MAIL. Savannah. Ca.. Doe, 12. -The Atlan tic coast line t nt in. No. S(, Savannah to New York, was Ftoppcd by robbers near Hardeev ille, S. C. Just before day break. Several sacks of registered mail were taken. OLD SETTLERS CONFER. Superior, Wis.. Dec. 12. Arrange ments have been completed for the an nual reunion ami banquet of the Head of the Lakes ld Settlers' Ass.. elation, which is to be held tomorrow in DaW th. Several hundred men and women who have resided in this see ling for nearly half a century will gg in attendance. ARCHITECTS CONVENE. Washington. D. C, Dec 12. Several hundred of the bailing arohit.-oM of the Halted States and Canada, mem bers of the Architects' Institute of America, nut at the New Will aid hotel today, the occasion being the annual convention of the organisation. provided by the stale and with-Hit the slightest protection fioin fraud, and the eipensc of which would have to be met by private subs rlpt Ion. "I am strongly of the opinion that the lack of success of such a primary would operate to defeat the adoption ..f flic presidential primary Idea for many years to come, and I am t sin cere a believer in the direct primary principle to contemplate such an out come W Ith complacence." Knox Is Optimistic. Mr. Kimx has asked the Michigan Repubih an congressmen to meet with him for confer, n. a on the coming campaign In Michigan. He expresses confidence that Michi gan will continue her big state Re publican majority and la optimistic aa to Republicans being eleeted to Congress next fall In Detroit and Oram! Rapids. There is a growing be lief among Michigan men here that the state M ill not be rcillstrlcted before the 1012 election In fact it Is intimated that Mr. Knox Is In no haste to have a Soo district created. TWO CANDIDATES IN FIELD. Township Political Pot Has Already Begun to Simmer. While the tovvn.-hip election Is -..in. months ahead, tin political pot has al ready begun to m burner. Already two cumihiutca arc in the Held for town- will result no,,, 1 , , xpira.c.n ..f the two vear term of 'I'reasunr Willian l.umore. They are John Nicholas and Tony Tnmussa. both employes of the C & H. Mining company, ami both the victims of accidents, practically Inca- l Haling tham from physical work. Nicholas ia a ini-bman by birth while Tomassa Is a native of Italy other candidates for this and other oftlo s inav be. expected alter the holi day season. BIRTHS AND DEATHS. According to the ri-eorda al the office of the townah4p clerk, :'s births and ;;:i deaths have b . 11 recorded in 'al umit during the year so far. Kt I mat ing Hie birth rati' al 5fj p. 1 month, and the death rate at . , .. 1 month .vbicb are lielleved to l. normal, tlie totals for the yeor Will be BH6 births and I deaths. Th (Filths bad In the total number of births with 192 to i3u of American iarent. During the year ao far there wore onl twelve deaths line to tuberculosis, thirty -six violent deaths, fourteen da. t., pneumonia and . leven due to hea 1 t 1 1 ..able. SKETCHES OF FISH. During the coming summer, it ee.d that Cpells Sent olll 1 government will visit the copper IS ex - t If conn - trv for the purpose of studving the habits of the flab a the aaimonad sp - ic.s, particularly the grayling trout found only In tjhe inter river, which is one of the rar..-. specie known. A year ago. goveanim lit artists came to the copper cothltlv to make sketches of this Hah, In anticipation of tin pub llcatlon of a dOacriptivo volume illus trating the various kinds of Dsli found here. This volatile will be issued dur ing the coming year and the data col lected by tho oaperi - next summer will be ad.b d 10 that publication. BURDEN-DOWS NUPTIALS. .w York, lee. 1 2. A large and fashionable fUMtem'hly filled lilac. Church this aftern.s.n for the wedding of Miss c.weiidolvn Iturden and Mr Dav id Dows. Kolbov in- tie cen moiiv a reception wae held at the home id' the bride' parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. Townsen.l p.urder, in hJast Ninety-second street. MAURETANIA AFTER RECORD. Liverpool. Dec. 12. The Cunaid liner ICauretania left this port today with the ep. tation of . i i ibl ish i ng a new Ksord for the round trip at Christinas time. She will depart from New York within 32 hours after her arrival there and w i 1 1 be due back at il'shguard as the Christmas slop on 1 1 ec ember 21, CONNAUGHTS AT MONTREAL. Montreal. Dec. 12. The people of Montreal tumid out en masse tOdgy and joined in an enthusiastic demon stration of welcome In honor of the Coventor General and the Duchess ..1 Connaught, who arrived in the city for a visit of four days. An elaborate pro gramme ..f public entertainment ami ceremonies has been prepared. RUSSIAN PERSIAN COMPROMISE. Merlin, Dec. 12. -A Russian-Persian compromise is probable, according to a telegram from Teheran to th. C.r man Cable Co. It is reported Russia Is satisfied with Persia's apology and Russia will withdraw Its demand for the dismissal l Sinister. FIVE KILLED; FIVE HURT. Scranton. Pa. Dec. 12. Kive men were killed and live seriously injured, two of whom may die, in the banting o the Machine shops, together with five locomotives, all caused by the run ning aw a 1 ot a freight train In the Curb.. mini, yards of the Delaware g Hudson railroad, today. SUICIDES IN MASONIC TEMPLE. Chicago, Dec. 12. J. Crecnk, I machinist, believed to be mentally un balanced, to, lav mounted to the nine teenth floor of the Masonic Temple, disrobed, and Jumped, A man had both arms broken by being struck by the falling body. EXPLOSION ON BATTLESHIP. P.etstrfoiit h. Kng. Dec 12. -Commander Jarn tt of the naval ordnance department, four engineer officers and fifteen of the crew of the dreadnought Orion arena In hired today by an explo sion of an oil tank aboard the ship. Sixteen are in scrieenenn1ltion JUROR UND. Kansas City, IT- 1- Harrv W Waldron. who disappeared yesterday while serving as a nyhmher of the Hyde Jury, has not been found. Judge port. 1 !b LI .-I" W al.li on must app. at by tonUht r the Jury will he dis charged. COUNTER-IiTERS SENTENCED. Chlcai: ... Dec. 12. Albert Leon. Ru dolph Swanson and Kred Marneek, counterfeiters, pleaded guilty today. leon and Marneek were sentenced to ten years in prison, and Rwanon five. NOT vet FO MICHIGAN FARMS WORTH A BILLION H" Tim Half of Slate's Area r Under Cultivation Says Federal Bureau. MUCH PROGRESS IN TEN "YEARS Census Report Shows Amazing Wealth in Agriculture Ha y anct r-orage Constitute the Motn Valuable Crops and Com Fol lows Closely. Washington, Dec. bureau baa issued a culture in Michigan facta gad figures .r 1 .. 1 lie rensu bulletin on agri which is full general Internet It shows eighth in that Michigan, which ranks population among the tat is t weiiiy-lirsl 111 land area, and that more than half the stale's Mag is (arena, which are valued, arttpi tht buibiing-. equipment and slock al . 1 08M5,a7t. I lie average value of farm land p. acre for the state is $,'12.48. I Hiring the last decade the popula lion of the state increased IJSH.lJU, 1 Hi 1 p. r c ut; the number of farms, 3 ,'.'.. or LI per cut; the land in farms I.. 'ITS. HI', acres, or T.'.i per OClBt; whil the Improved hunf In farms increas. 1.032, 82S acres, or x.s per cent. Durin this period the average size of farms increased by more than live acres. Kami property, which Include lan buildings, implements and machinery and live stock (domestic animals poultry and bees), increased In valu during the decade 19OO-1910 nearh $4110.0110.000. or 7.Y7 par cent. Thi great I1.cre.1s. j made up of Increasi af aagrly jp.12.naa.0110 in the value . land, and of almost $127. 000, 000 In th Valt f buibUngs. There is als increase of nearly $mi,ooo,ooii in th value of farm aanMpenjaat, which in eludes implements and machinery and live stock, of which nearly three fourths represents the increase in th value of live stock, and the remain. b the increase In the value of Imple m nts and machinery. In consideriiiu the in-r. ase in the values In agrlcul lure the general Increase in the price of all commodities In the last ten vears should he borne in mind. Worth Over a Billion. The total wealth of the state in th form of farm property- is over a billion dollars, of which f, per cent Is rej resented by land and buildings, 12 per cent by live Stock and 4dl per cent by Implements and machinery. The average value of a Michigan farm. Including its equipment, has gleam daring the last decade from $3 .Ififi to MSM. f this $5,261, $4.3.r represents the value of land and build ings. $fifi that of live stock, ami $241 that of Impl- in. nts and machinery The average eahtel per farm has In crease! more In the last decade than during the preceding half century. The total number of farms Increased 3,999 during the last decade, or l.s per cent; the number of farms operated by owners and managers increased 3,2:;:! 01 1.9 per cent :the number operated by tenants Increased 476, or La pet cent. In 1t10 the total number of farms owned in whole ..r in part gg the op erators was 172.310. (if this nuinbet sVT'iT. were reported as free from mort gage; 2,631 were reported as mortgag ed. Tin number of mortgaged farms 1 .instituted 4. 2 l r cent of the total number of owned farms. Debt Relatively Smaller. The average debt of mortgaged farms increased In 20 years from $S!)0 to $1, 107. or 24.4 per cent, while the aver age value of such farms rose fro'n 2.74S to $3,54, or 33 per cent. Tine the owner's equity Increased from $1. to $2,547. or 37 1 per cent. As a result of greater relative Increase In farm value than in farm debt, tin mortgage Indebtedness which was 32.1 per cent of the value of the mortgaged farms In 1 Hfio, has decreased to 30.. per cent in that value in tilt. More than one-third of all Michigan farms are between 50 and f! acres ir size. Nearly one-fourth comprise 20 and i acres, and approximated an other one-fourth comprise from 100 to 174 acres. Farms of under 20 acres regeeaeal only 7.1 per east af the total number and farms of 17.'. acres or more represent old. 7 percent. During the decade domestic animals, poultry ami bees combined increased in value nearly $.. 9.000,000, or 74.3 per cent. The different classes enntlibut ed to this Increase In widely differing degrees. The greatest absolute In crease was In the value of horses and ...Its, which (lass contributed more than three-fifths of the whole In. teas, and made a gain Of M per cent. Cattle show an Increase in value af over $12. ooo.ooo or 43. per cent, which rep resents more than one-fifth of the to tal i-aln for all live stock. The total value of swine Increased over $5,000,000 and that of poultry pearly $3,ooo,ooo, and each more than doubled, while sheep and lambs In crease! In value nearly $2,500,000. or 34 7 per cent. 1 The aggregate value of horses and colts Is considerably greater than that of cattle and the two together repre- r,.ntinue,l on Page Five. 'GRAU STARK" HERE DEC. 20. Popular Play, Adapted From Outchon's Novel, is Coming Mc (.4raustark.'' an adaption bj fjeo, D. R-iker of (Jeorge Pan MeCuteheon'H oat popular novel, will be piesentetl ta the ( aluiiiet thea i n ... 20. The hero is a rich young American v. ho falls In love w ith a Miss (iugg. n slocker and follows her a r. .- th. ocean to her home in tag litile ...tin try f -C.rau stark," only to lind her the reigning prim-ess. She is about lo marry a eorlhloga prime in order to I'r. e her country from a burdens. n 'iebt. Another prim,., even more un scrupulous, seeks gi r band. She lik. s the American, ami he eag. i t enters the list as a candidate for her auc tion. Though threatened by power ful foes and meeting with atuhhoraop- P oat t log be finally w fan the prince a, hla friend captures the bean oi lur maid of honor. the villain is mad. risoner and "CJraustark" a saved freen an unworthy ruler The company presenting tbb beau tifui paay has be n ohoaea eapenlall) to il the novelist's description of tin lharacters, Messrs. Raker ,v Castle, :he managers hav, given parti, ul.u ui- tentloa t the goagle eqiUaeeeag and with the Splendid OppoCtUnJUoa olT.-n d, have realized some of the handsomest tnge pictures dial will be sen this seas. .a. ABROGATION OF TREATY FAVORED HOUSE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS IS UNANIMOUSLY AGREED ON SULZER RESOLUTION. vVaahlngton, Committee on DOC. 11 The Hon;. foreign a mills todai unanimously agreed upon the Sulz.ih1 resolution ahrogatioa directing the immediate of the Uf treaty With' Itussia. Ph.- ghara i dollar a daj pegaion Mil debet) contln I. It inav ammm the House lute this often ii. A national OOrparatlgM commission was urged before the interstate com meice committee's anti-trust hearing today gg ( hallos W CorPOBtOt of tin New York board of trade. Not Paid for His Vote. Washington. Deo. IS, Johnson Law rence, the Polo, 111,, farmer who vot I for Larlwai for senator, told tho Lorimer committee today he had ran eived no conalderarton for his v.fe O'DAY TO MANAGE THE REDS New York, Doe. IS.- 11. nry iVpay, n umpire In the National league, was today choeen manager of the Cincinna- !. National league club. John D. Archbold, the New Head Of the Standard Oil Company i 'w A r( f .4 aanflBansHSB t' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI asfeajyg,'- ' -Z. John l Arclilsdd, who was recently ele. led president t Oil compniiy, was lKrn at Lceslnirg, t).. on July -jr. ljs , Pennsylvania oil regions In 1nU and spent leon vears there conmM'teil with the Standard Oil coinpaiiy since 1ST., is din t vice president nt the time of hla election as president to sue ltoekefeller, who resigned. NOTES ON WALLS DIRECJTRESCUERS Thirty Bodies arc So Far Re covered From Mine That En tombed Many Men FIVE ARE TAKEN OUT ALIVE Two More, Violently Insane, Run ning About in Mine Searching Party Not Yet Able to Take Them Scores More Believ ed to Be Dead. Urn . ville, Tenn., Dee, IS. --Heacua gundfl t.Mlay continued the aearch in the floss Mountain mine. Tins iiioii, lng they recovered six bodieo la a ' liambet f.r hack in the none. On the wall of the main shaft, res cuers found inscribed, 'We've gone to JI!." Til-' party illim. dial. I. l.enelrat. . d t.. cross-sect loii j:f, but found only additional directions ar railed on tht IvglL Tin s., the rescue sipiad set out to follow. At II ..clock a total of . thirty l.o.li.s bad l.e. n recovered. Two Alive: But Insane. Two miners, boHeoad to be insane, i are anehtng arttdly ehoal in the far re. esses of the mine. All efforta to cap ture them hav . so far Tailed. Five mi n were brought out alive last night. Though prisoners In what had heen expected t.. t, the toaeh f more than a hundred men, since Saturday gwag i ilitf. the Rve in. n reOCyed seemed lit- ' lie the nurse for their exp 1 C at . their wives They are all wail lid and laid almost given up hope o) ov e' See- Ing any of them again. Immediately after the explosion, the five men rnahto to croea entry No. id, wb. re they gUtCRty threw uji a brat tice that k. t out the i!.. k daatp that hilled many of their follow woiumen. They took their lunch pails with them and tlu five subsisted for three davs ami two nights on what they expected t. niaUe tlolr Saturday noon meal Th" rescuers arc encountering great obsta in petietrntthej the cross sec tions, aiul It Is feared thnt even should more be alive In the far recesses of the workings It vv 111 be Impossible to reach them before they starve. SKATING PARTY POSTPONED. Th,. sk.at mur part which was 16 have bn'ii nivi-n nnd.r the auspices of the Young IVopie s fJulVd of the l'd Jack et t'ongregational .lunch at thr 1'nrk rink on !'. St, bna beeq pootpeann until January .r. It is cxiectd the event will be a very pleasant one. m ,- lie MiilMlanl went to the lie has been r and was It ccd .loun 1.