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THE CALUMET NEWS f THE WSATHEI: THE CALUMET NEW8 18 A MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED I PROBABLY FAIR TONIGHT SHT I ING I PRE88. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY. AND THURSDAY. RISING TEMPERATURE VOL XXI CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 10, 1912. NO. 138 BITUMINOUS MINERS JAKE A VOTE TODAY Believed They Will Accept New Wage Contract and Return to Work Shortly HARD COAL CONFERENCE OPENS Another Attempt Will be Made to Reach an Agreement TO AFFECT 175,000 IDLE MEN Efforts on Both Sides to Draw up Con tract That Will Replace One Juat Expirad. Indianapolis, Jnil , April 10. Th ggtl null tnlncra today at tun meeting la. -s ' i their lo.-al unions ait- voting un accepting or rejecting tin- two-year wage contrai l drafted by the teceni 'olnt conference of repi ewentatives of the miners and operators at Cleve land. 'Pli.it more than ninety per cent f the miners will approve is. tho MM ot the union official. It is expected the teault of the election will ie known b tli' end ol' the week. Die new contract is proHijted pti tuarily for the soft coal imneiK ol In diana, Illinois. Ohio and western l'ennn Ivanla, but noon it will oe oascd new agreements for the miners in ( southwest, west and northwest. t Anthracite Corfrrmce Resumed. Philadelphia, Ph., April 10. Tin miners and operators met in joint con ference toduv. It is In Moved todav s nieuiiix l ilv the beiri'inl Hi of a se ii -s .r conferences to make anothet attempt to agree upon a wae aegb tn take the place of the One that ex pired on Mtrch ?,l and acod ha :k 10 work 17&,(MH idle anAhrgeita mtiici. The anthracite operator proiaoeed thai 4 ' anthrucite coal OtrHtC , memls Htofl be re-coneried with .i view to rranvtntf a n v working agree men'. It was aarecv to hobl the pro position in ubevarice until a sub-o mmlttec 0 i he two slde.H tried to tt n 1 a eoiMilol ground on whh h to conn to an agrei men! without laaVOtlng to the strike cowMnlajjqil. The committee WM ap pointed and it adjourned until tomor- i ow. Rioting at Ccal Mire. Moundsv illc. W, Vii, April 10. Th rioting . tnrted at the Mound City eoal inirie hint Haiti was n su ned today. Two were Injured last nllit and seven loafer NO DEPOSITIONS TAKEN. Turner-Osceola Case Proceedings at Houyhton Are Adjourned. A hearing lor the taking i t 8epOOt' llona ui thu case of Charles M. Tinner, of Lansing, M rsus the Ogbtoni Cn solldated Mining Co., was call i toda) at the court house at Houghton. Nil i:rj 10. Ingram of Houghton was pres ent to take the depositions. Mr. Tur ner recently ctuuined a restraining or der from Judto AN fist. of Ingham ountjr, preventing tin ' al.llng of the annual OOooefta meettna nd the voting el the stock held by : . Calumet & Heel. Mining Co, The action wa liased on affidavits of William J. I7ren and James Hhielda. Export the advice I counsel, Mr. I'n n refuseo to take the stan today, and the proceedings were adjourned, Mr. I7ren atatini he would appeal1 before J udge Wetet nrhen the case come In his tourl for argu menjt GENERAL BOOTH IS 83. King George and Queen Mary Among Thousands Who Send Felicitations. Iondon. April 10. Corvgrutu'atory Kiessagee frcm all parts of the wmld. id rata; felicitous tioteii of greeting 'i Klr.g Ueorge and Queen Mnrv were received by General Month toda.v on the occaelon of hie eighty -third birthday anniversary. The venerable founder of the Salvation Army recent ly concluded a Continental tour ami is ho planning a islt to America next : 'II Much depends. uMn the out. om, of an operation that is socn i at I'tiortned on hi left ee Thla op eratlon, Oen ral Booth has been ar "ured, will not be uttended with seri ua risk, and promise to give him old mans night for one eyp. At present he cannot are hla audiences ut It it la auccessfnl he will be able to do a certain amount ..f writing and even reudlng after a time DOLLAR WHEAT IN 8EATTLE. Seattle, Wash., hrst time In two heat , Seattle mark today, The l he the remilt Aiprll 10. For the years the price of niiehed the dollar high price I said of record -hroakina mand for Mour In the t l ie III PROMINENT EAGLE IS DEAD. Helena Mont.. April 10. Finley Mi trae, national grand treasurer of tin i Hernal order of Kagle. la dead WEATHER CHIEF PRAISES HIS MEN; SAYS THEIR WORK IN FLOOD DIS TRICTS SAVED MANY LIVES AND MUCH PROPERTY. Washington. April Moor,-. 41,1,-1 of ,1,,. weather hunvau, Igaajed ter today coejunonding 10. Willis L I'nited siatc i circular let- Um oggelala ,,i the river service for their work in con nection with ihe Mississippi and Ohio Hoods-. Moore, In his letter, says: "The performance of the duties Involved a Ki.-ai mental strain, personal s h , and constant attention both night and day. The vvainiriKS of danger and loss aare Just itwi by subsequent o,.m inccs. and the Information coutainul in liieni (loiiotiess was worth millions without considering th In; of life.'" many AMERICAN IS EXECUTED. Captain of Federal Gun in Mexico Vic tim of the Rebels. Ml Paso. Texas, April 10. Many Am erican arid other foreign refugees re turned today from the battle swept listri. t of Partal, bringing the news that Thomas Fountain of l-is t 'raises. X. M., captiiin oi a Federal gun. had been Xec.utisl by the rebel. , Kountain bad concealed himself in a private residence. The occupants were ignorant they had a guest in a pait of the house seldom visited. The Ameri can, after 72 hours of thirst and hun Ker. revealed his present e. H.. guMk no reslstarn e. In Mexico them I what is known as the "law of Might," under which a prisoner is allowed freedom within cer tain limits. The prisoner know, his fate I sealed. Kven if he does not walk a s:ep, from some unexpected quarter, the fatul bullet will come and the report will be made he wan shot while on illaht. It was thus in Foun tain's eue. He told .i ncwsiaper -r-reappQdent there was no hope, bui strolled about the streets awaiting death. When his bod was hrouuht in it contained lour bullet minds, made from behind. CALUMET PRIEST? THERE. Will Assist in Mission Work ct Esca naba Next Week. Ti e Kiun.ihu Mlrr.r s,s: The Key. '.. I .a av.- an old mission -gey of the n;.:;i,- conrcglion of Mary Immaculate will be here Kat im nlKht and will begin a l-Yench mission at the Sccred II. art i hurcli Bnwday mafiilng the Ul The rt.v eieiui father arfg iicacii every imm, UK and evening during the week. On Monday and Wcdncsdcv nii;hts, be sides the Krcnih sermon a short ser uwn in Polish will be tiveri by Rev. lather Wolli.v ol falumet. n Weil- i.-s.la. ami Thursdav nixhts, bi -..( the rrun'li sermon, there will be a short sermon in the Kimlish language by it ib.inl Knglish speaker. Re . I 'ath er .1. Itoissoimault of I'aliimet. Rev. I'ather Marceau of Iron Mountain and Kev. I'ather Duford of Mat Kim k will he here to llel in the mlsbioti work The exercise's will conclude by the TMrtaeti boms teeetlomi which win iMjjIn Thuredej morning arttg a solemn High Mass and close I'lirtay morning at ! 04 lock. COUNTING ENGINEERS' VOTES. New York. Apt II 10,-Orand Chief Stone of the locomotive engineer , and fifty lieutenants, nut today to coi.nt id.- vote ..t t he i w cnt -live thousand engineers on the gfty eastern rail toads. Should a tgflka be authoi'i.ed Stone said, an atttmpt will be mude l le.sume iieKotiutlons with lie railroud- wit I. a lew to averting lha) strike. Th. engineers imk Increased pay. The suit of the ote prolably will be un nounced tomorrow FLOOD CONDITIONS ALARMING Memphis. April U. The flood condi tions in the lower Misst-sippl vulley are still ulurming. The work of res uing bundle. is ot persons marooned in the Arkansas low laird. as the re sult o;' the break at Ooldeg Lake yi- terilav and 'h- task id strengthening Ihe e . es in IT. pal nix to Ii sist tin nest of the :iood In Mississippi and Ixuisi.na continues today. NEW OFFICIAL IS KILLED. (SHlena. III.. Aurll 10 J. M. Peter elected cltv treasurer of Mineral Point tt'ia v, Kterilav. was killed today while walking along the street when the Iroiil wall of a Store building fell OUt and crushed him. vv v WOMAN KEEPS DEAD SON IN THE HOUSE. Ihivrnport. Iowa, April If -After bOViOa been sicntlv mourned for more than a week over the dead body of her so;:. Albert. Mrfr Wilhelmlna Fah lenkamp today att-mptcl m Miy a coffin without telling ISO undertaker what it Oajg Tor .n imestigution by tli rOlOW found the body so badly de composed as to he almost uu recognlaahle. The woman la In custody for observation 00 to her sanity, boiit two thousand dollar, mostly In sold, w SO found eewed up in the woaaagl rkrtgtin STIRRING SPEECH by SENATOR ROOT hi Address at New York Conven tion He Defends Independ ence of Judiciary PRESIDENT TAFT IS ENDORSED Delegates Will go Uninstucted, But are for the President Platform Declares Fer Adeei.-te Laws to Prevent Monopoly In Bukinets. Ho. 'heater, AitJ n. When the publican state convention met today the platform which was mad. Bttgjltc last night was read. The plank on tie Bherman law tjeoiarea foe otWouati laws 10 prevent monopoly in trade. l he endorsement ..f Tal't brought geti ral applause. Senator lto.it was re. ognl.ed afte.' the platform was road, and se. otl.ied the resolution Root con fined himself to the suhpe t nf loti r t ere in e with the independl IK-.- of the .'udlilary. He said: "The sterling princ iples of just let can never be changed without trie ue pradatioti of the people.'' rite senator said the Ropagtttoog par alwa.ss set its face against majori ties who opposed Jiulli i ll rights, lie pointed out the conditions of the re- jelllon In Mexico whuh. be said, was 'one writhing, tumultuous mob. das- latina that fair laud which had tak n so nianj lot ward steps Ol law anil or dei along paths civilization." The speaker said the gex laration of eternal prliu iples set up m the people for their giiegonva w.-n- a .nv.'iiant be tween frbiiri i v and oeiwheli 1 pow.r and the weakiu-s of inOIVIO- uals. "There is suil' thing as Jus tice that Is ubnve majorities and inde pendent Of popular will." said tin sen ator. Lincoln In his first inaugural, he. m- tlnuod, had declared that judicial re- traints were neeeoaary to 'nt major ty ami thHt it reject ment meant des potism or anarchy of the people. rhc convention broke Into apnteuaa us ltont con, un. . .I i'.ai i today the comajilttae on reoo- iutiotis Completed the draft of tie plat: tin on which the Xew York del- gatlon was urged t vote for the re- nOgninatlon 1 1 Tart. Tiiis action ami .ilmost utianinicus and was taken L0 pTevehi a nght on the naeo on tiu tjUcRllon wneiiier i ne iieie!nirs.-ai llge Silould lie spe. ilicallv instruct , I r not. The dclcsntes will po un in - atntcted, but will rote for Toft The resolutions committee nominal d as gelaga,tea-atlnrga ahmotoi Root, Chairman Karnes, Speaker of the As sembly Merrill and William Hern. The convention adopted the plat form und adjourned sine die. rndauntcd hv the lad that the reso lutions committee did not tneorpOi -ate a wonvin's auffrgga piank in the platform, representatives of the move, ment distributed ilrcular advocating wcimun' rights in the c invention hoH before the hour for re assembling. Naget and Fisher to West. Washington. April 10. Two cabinet officer were added to the force work ing In the west for Tail's re.noniina tlon. Secretary Nagel cancelled his engagement to speak at the banquet at Bay Citjr, Mich., tonhjht. He will go to Missouri. Secretary I'isher will leave Washington in a day or two for Nebraska, where he will apagg for two ot fhriH' days. LITTLE CANNIBALISM NOW. Rev. F. J. Paton Says New Hebridoa is Being Christianized. Detroit. Mich., April 1". --Kev. Krtd J. Paton. who ha spent his entire life as a niiiionnry in the New Hebrides Island of the south Pat iri, ... can. ad dressed a large RatheririK of men at the Y. M. A. auditorium yeah rdOl afternoon, iti ubjet was 'TwenLv Years With the South Sea Cunntoal." and he dwelt at considerable lent'h on the work Of his fathiT, Dr. John 1. Paton. who aBg one of the llrst mi alonnrle to settle In the south aOO Isl and. Dr. Patnn wn the first white man born in lha New Hebrides, and lii ontlre life ha bee n devoted to LOW h inu the natives In his talk, he de scribed vlvldlj the barbarous BggtagM of the sa vanes and stated that while ennnlhallrm Is now practically un known, it was practiced to a pool ex tent before the arrival of the mission aries. However there are ot p I -i only albout 10,iW0 out of the 4i1,iaV na ilim in the island that have not adopted IhO I'htisiian faith. At present, Ir. Paton Is making I lecture lour of this country, hut he ex pects to return at the islands in ib..ut a year. In addition 10 hi lecture. Dr. Pntun exhibited many curios from tlu island and explained the use of the peeuli n tools and Instrument that ho l .nf. DEFALCATION IS CHARGED. gjtamford, f'onn.. April ie. Major Wm. H Holly. 'bookkeeper of the Stan ford Sir iriKs Jtank, wa arrested today barged with the defalcation ai ten rhnuaan 1 to tlft'en thousand of the bank's fund. TITANIC SAILS ON ITS MAIDEN TRIP MONSTER SISTER SHIP OF THE OLYMPIC ACCOMODATES 5,000 PASSENGERS. Southampton. April 10. Tarrying n lull ronapleencnl ot paajen;ers, the gantk- new Whit,- Mar line steamship Titanic soiled out f this port today on her maiden vnvage to New York Thousand of sp, taiois gathered to witness the departure. wl.'h was mark.d h the firing of salutes and tlu dipplna of lags all the shipping III tin- hUlhol- Tln- Titanic Is n sister whip to the Otynapic, placea) in commlswion last ear. She Is Ho feet in length and lias dlaplw einent ..i 60,000 tons. She Is llterall) a fktatlng hotel, provid d with damdng) rooms, stnokins nxsns, cates, a llbrnry and even a garden of oriental palm and la-da ol rose utui carnatlong. A swimming tank and i skating rink are among her other lea tines. She lias c, otnodnti. ns lot .'..mm ltaacafjora ami carries a crew .t OOO. On her maiden ir-o the Titanic is in command Of 'apiaiii Smith former!) of the i l orpin. DRAINAGE CONGRESS. Every State In Union Represented at Gathering Opened Today New Orleans, 1-a. April H. Tl. second annual meeting of the National Drainage t'ongrea fornuil last year was opened here todv - with a large attrndanc? of delegatis repiM'eutiag ever) state !n the i'nl,.n as well as man) large and small cltlea in all part. Of the country, delegates of va ii Ufa large commercial. Industrial and mu' i civic bodies und representative! of various college and agricultural histi tutlons. The i'ongresh will remain In acsston three daya and will .levote its atiei. tion principally t. the oonotderatior Mini dlscussuiii of the naiioruil land reclamation plan a 1 h i s lieen work cd out bv a commit! apMinti b the lust congress. Ftlurts will be man. to set lire the eo-opi i at ton ami assn tance ot the notional governmenl in the plutut for reilam ing tor agticul : ural ui p .m s the . imii.mm .. ovt-itlow alluvial and swamp lands In the I'nite.l Uai-r..euroVKivs is ui be urge' to create a eomm si.m to make the necessary surveys and aotiggal I Di i oat and to work out, in cognoctloa with the ggaggol vtotga nffected) laws for the aajajetamJ i lamation of s-uch waste lands. Ool. William C. (lorga. chief en gineer of wart tattoo in the Panama anal zone, wi... with the sanction of the federal government has nooepted the aoaltlon of third vie- preaigopt of tlu- ooogreaa, erf II bo one of Ihe not able speaker- BUYING MUCH EQUIPMENT. Railroads Are Making Large Purchaser of Stocka. N.-w York, April 18. Railroads coming Into the market atendll) equipment, indudinm rails, ears locomotives. The Steel corporation ate for and baa taken orders for lJO.ISHi tons of rails. This total Include! an order for St, 00 tons, taker; bv the Koi k Island. 2i,0W tons sTdored bl the St. Paul. l,t lona by Omaha, KOMM tons b) several mil' ellani-oiis roads and 12 .OM tona bj the International Ureal Northern. There is still a total of nearly 0, tons of Inquiries in the market, ai n of which will be placed In the neat week. Contract! have been let by th Wa baih railroad for 3,u5o fn IkIii cara; the equipment i divided aa follows: Ige0 box cars with ateel undei fraitu. :tr...". feet long. I teOi hiKh. 000 gounda cai icltjr. 1,881 stock car steei center con structli.n. 8.1 feet long, 7 J." feel hiKh. 7.M) Mrtomoblle car. steel tinier -liame and ateel Bggiaratructure. feet long. 18.5 reel high. line Komlola ears, all steel construc tion. 188,888 lbs c.ipocitv. This is one oi the lurgest orders for freight equipment recently placed ar.d indicates the faith of th-- rnaaogetnwni 01 the Wabash in tho future ol the property as well a the future of the countrj through which It operates. INGHAM CO. "DRY""' Board of Supervisors Reveries Figures In One Precmct. Lansing, MVlv, A pi 11 10. Oonaierna - log reiuncd amoeaj the UqiMM men of Inr.ham courty when th- result of the anvass f the loco) option vote b) the hoanl of supervisors vowed ihe comi ty to have gone dry hy II vote. In cop irvg th. result of lh vol 111 the first pre in- t of the Pifth w unf this city, the inapectora reeeraed the wet majority and a the Agttrea noe atand lnerham t-nty Is dr v. How ,...r there will iw a re'ouru and It I" expected that the wet lliajorilv will stand. DEER CAPTURED AT WOLVERINE. A deer was captured near the Wol erlne dnm vesterdav. The animal bad been chased into the dam by gaajg and when seen was swimming close v shore. It eventually wadd OOt el he dam, and fell exhausted. It waa cap tured and taken to the barn of aome Finnish resident living .lose liv D.f ntv i..hn T. MwOoMlM ha toec noil- ILLINOIS WON BY fOl. ROOSEVELT His Majority Over Taft in the Presidential Preference Pri mary is 110,000 CLARK BEATS WILSON, 140,000 Both Congressmen McKinley and Cannon Re-Nominated Republicans Name Deneen as Candi date for Governor for a Third Term. Greensburg, Pa., April 10. "We slugged them over the ropes." This was Roosevelt's comment today upon the victory in the Illinois pri mary yesterday. The Colonel is in high spirits over tne news. ChiOOgO, III., April 10. Roosevelt de eated Tatt in the Illinois primary yes terday by approximately IM.OOu; 'lark Meetved -i majority of lOSytSC over Wilson, a 'cording to tho r tuin today. Deneen (Kepuhllcan) wus nom inated for governor for a third term by a plurality of 7., nun. Dunno (Dem- srat.) received the nomination by a plurality of igtggg, Owing to the length of the 1allot it is aspect ad another twenty -foor hours will be required to complete the count. Sherman rooaived the agatoggogeaad of the Kepublicuns for senator over Cullom by a plurality of 30,000. On the Demo, rat :c ticket Lewis had no opposition for the senatorship endorse ment. ' I . rue i spiaker Cannon was nom inated for I'ongrese by a vote Of two to one over his nearest oaOapetHOt. In th. nineteenth district McKinley, Tali's ipalgn manager, was re nominated for i '(ingress. Complete unodjleial returns fur Chi - i ago fn president give Taft, 44.107. Ko osev.lt 7'.'.44:5; and Im Follette, 12, 103. Roosevelt's plurality Is :'8,33C. The t tal Ke H,l! .. vow we ' Clark- Ot 1 13,334, and AVllson. S:i.X. flarke's majority is so.4ii. The totai Democratic vote was 146.02. Thicago voted 2 to 1 against woman suffrage in the preference primary The question waa not on the ballots outside of the city. It was defeats! Hi the city by 4,0fi6. ReeeeYOtt'i rletovy was not a re specter Of territory. He carried the home ward of Congressman William B. McKinley. Taft's campaign manag er, in Cham pa inn: he was a success ful In the seventeenth congressional district, wle re Colonel Frank I Smith, the Tuft state manager, live, and in former Speaker Joseph 1, Cannons city of Danville. Koosev.it poll, si Lg4 Ui Taft' L8t7. Complete unolllcial returns for Chi cago on Deanocratla votes for governor give Dunne loo. 720; Alschuler. 00,47 1 caidweii. I37S; DODkaon, 1.t!71. Dun t.e'a plurality. 60.249. Comidete unofflclal returns for Chi cago m Republican governor give IV neon .-'.".!e.,: Whryman, 18.748: Small. l'3.sS7; .lories. v.r.Tt; Hurburg. 6,.(4-.; ralao. 4.7(M: Krown. 2.4 R2: Davis. 4Ht. Deneen's plurality. "'..s '" Congressional Nominations. Th-- list of congressmen -at -large ami r. nreseiit.it i . s in Congress from Illinois nominated yesterday .follows: Oongjreaageaa -at -large - Mason and "hipel Held. Kepuhli. alls; Stl limer all. I William. Democrats. District; Kepuhllcan; Democrat. 1 Madden. reiiominatel : Donovan. I Mann, renominated: Yaughan. ,1 Wilson, renominattsl : Tuylor. 4 Trunk lew izs; M Inery. r. oartenstein; Sa'oath. renominated. Murray; gtOCk, renominated. 7 Juul: Ruehanan, renomlnateil. s Herman; Callagher. renomlnate1. 9 Rritton; F.vans. renomlnatel. 10 Foss, renominated; Voters. 11 Copley, renominated; Riley. 12 Fuller, renominated; Rauach. II McKeiizie renominated; Raridan. 14 Magill: Tavvenner. 15 Princi. renominated; llox worth, pg Smith; Stone, renominated. l7Sierling. renominated; Henry. IS Cannon, renominated: o'Halr. Id McKinley. renominated; Rorch- er. 20 No enndldate; Rainey. renomln at. d. 2i-lon; (Iraham. renominated. 2 Rodcnherg. renominated; Italtz. "3 Clark: lister, renominated 24-Rlackman; Fowler, renominated. Til Igilo WOod, renominated; Hill. Dixon's Comment. Washington. April to. Dixon, man cKer for Roosevelt, commeiited today: "The Republicans of Illinois have served notice they are unitlterahlv op posed to the reactlonar radicles of Taft and reactionary Ikibwps to whom he permitted his managera to commli his political fortunes ' Comment by McKinley. Washington. April 10. .McKinlev. manager for Roosevelt, In a statement tisloy gaM The result In Illinois was net tin- . p, .-ted hv those f i m 11 iar with the, situation Roosevelt invaded the stai--end dev. tid the major portion of his ( nklr-ssa to ub.lect which hail r,o relation, for the most part, to the is ue on which the Republican pa'tv COULD NOT SCALE mount Mckinley FAIR3AN8K TIMES EXPEDITION RETURNS HOME, ITS MISSION BEING UNSUCCESSFUL. i. ui hanks. Alaska, via Ashcrufi. . April 10. -The Fairbanks Time Ml. m Kitiiey expedition, Phleh left 8re u rcajronfj r.th, reggrnad iai night. having bevn unsiu-cestnl in lis ut tempt to hi ale the mountain. The partv MIOOeeded iii attaining an il..ition Of ten thousiin.l te-t on the north aide of rtie mountain east of the I ater Ctlaioier. Iirther progress wus burred by ice cliffs and lack or sup ,.l!ea. and the latin,- s .( the season mule ii sn90sBgefa ''"'"W IgO at tempt hy another rOUtO Th,- members of the party b.-lieve th, aa apt faaagilii. tut not along the ridge. Nothing was seen of the expe .iltliin led by Prof. Hersichl Parker oT Columbia nnfvaralty and Kaimer i row ii of TadatVa, who left flhward early g I'ebruary The l airbanks Time egpedjtlog was K.iigtos. il of four men. Ceorge S. l-w-ls. a nutive of Tulare county. Cat . for u etlv associate engineer of the Foil ed Stat, 1 1 reclamatinii serv ice. Yuma. Arid.; Martin Nash. Poiwoon; Anson McCnlie, who worked with the govern -ment survey- last summer In the Fair hanks district; and Jack Phillips. TO STAMP OUT BETTING Governor Tener of Pennsylvania. Old Player Himself, Disapproves. Hainsburg, Pa.. April 10.--Rettin on baselall games is to ne broken up in Pennsylvania If QOV. John K. Tener. who is an old-time iiaseliali player, can bring it about. For a long time the Kov rnnr has he, n . rltscrv ing the manner In which popular Interest In the nanw lias been tnunitested in cities and towns in this state, and has reach ed the conclusion that U the aport is to be kept clean the local authnritit s should take steps to prevent pool-selling on the results ot (it meg. high M ore and innings. In the opinion of the governor there is authority in existing lawa to atop tlv- pructi. e of betting, and he has in timated that if there is not sulfkuir.t . .fixation in the present sintirtea. he will urne the passage of a hill ot the next session of the legislative to make strict laws against betting on games, ust aa there 1 aguinst hOTga racing. In Rome cities so mu h betting ha been going on that the state police have been watching it. ind if district attor ueva are inclined to net the governor pay he will back tlum with the m t'uence of the stat- administrat'oi. RED CROSS ORDERS SEALS Christmas Stickers to Number 75,000.000 Already Contracted. Washington. April 10. The A neri can Red Crops society vesterday or dered 7.'.0oo.ooo Red Cross Christmas seats for us,- this vear. The dcsitin is very gtfferent from th. se heretofore issued. In the center is a portrait of Santa Clans, with the words "Ameri gag K'd Cross" at the top and 'liil2" at the bottom. In each of the four corner Is the insignia of the s. i. ty Last vear ss.ooo noo seal were print lie ready ed. The contractors will to supply 18888,881 more if they art needed. must meet the Democratic partv in No. einler." The participation of eight candidates for the Republican nomination lor P. IHOC not, broke da Wa the organlz.it ban and brought ne.v alignments, say.i He -tatelllellt. T. R. Appeals to Pennsylvania. Jeam ttc, Pa.. April 10. -In a sp. ,s h here Roos. velt said: "I want to ee Pennaylvania. de Sat urday what Illinois did ysrterda -declare for the people against the poli ticians." Clark Gets an Ovation. Washington. April 10. Speaker Clark waa given an unusual ovation In the House today. Cheer and the shrill n icl yell" greeted him. Addrting the House. Rucker of Missouri, a IVmocrat said: "In behalf of all Mlssourlans and I. undr.it of Democrat of the country, 1 desire to congratulate the speaker on the magnificent tribute paid him byrfjM ring, and shouted to the wavering the Dcmocra, v of Illinois. It luakea ;,0ts to follow him In the haghway him Inevitably the next president " ! ,,t progres and victory. Hoping to On the mantel Of the speaker's of-1 ra,, asgjatg others had sown, he sought I,. .1 n nietnre of a dejected! nbiek the fruit of victory to his bound, sent by Clark "boomer." which bore the inscription. This dog looks better now than v.hen hi picture wa taken. He 1 Retting fat on delegates." .... ' - - - - ! CHICAGO GET $1,907,275 FROM STREET RAILWAY Chicago. Ills.. April 18. The city comptroller today rooohred from the Chicago City Railway Co.. a check for M.&07.27.".. rep resenting &r per cent of the oinpanv's gross annual arn Ings. which, under the frani hise, poes to the citv Till Is the lamest pay mi nt ever ma e to the city hy the company under i he "." per i en I laus .:-.:.-:-:-:vvW'':'vv-:-v-;':v-:-vvvvv-:' BRANDS T. R. AS PRESENT DAT PILATE Senator Jones of Washington De livers Scathing Denuncia tion of Ex-President JUDICIAL PLAN IS ANARCHISTIC Rule of Action Suggested by Roose velt Like That of Old DEFENDS LORIMER SENATORS Oeclaret Those Who Voted to Illinois Solon in Seat Did So Honestly. Keep Washington, April Id Ool. Rooseveit vaa portrayed in the Senate today aa the counterpart of Pontius Pilate. The picture was druwtaa In- Senator Jones of Washington, wwrak etched aa the ground work the revent Detroit cjieeeh of the former president con demning the votes of the majority members of th Irimer committee, favorable to the Illinois Senator, as I not being reMinsive to the sentiment oi their const ituenciea. "This Js the latest rule for Judicial ti.ui suggested iby this aelf-proclalm-ed leader of progress," said Senator J nes. "Heoause we have not follow ed it we are not progressive, but re actlon.iry. This was the rule of action f.llowe.1 tiy Pilate nearly nineteen hundred years ago. Thla la the first time, I venture to say. in our history ot In the history of any civilize! peo ple, that Pilate's rule of Judicial ar rion has met the approval of any man. save those who would crucify Jeaus, and they rieeplae him far fed low ins; it. "If former President Roosevelt had been standing on one side w hen Pilate delivered Jesus to the Jmws after hav ing examined into the. charges and found no fault In him. hut at the de mand of the people, turned him over to. them for crucifixion, he would hav clapped his hands and exclaimed 'Vn"t Righteous. Moat Honorable. Most Just Judge' At least he woukl have done this If he hal been aa progressive then as he I now. I am charitable enough to believe, however, that ha would have been a reactionary." Justice Thrown to Winds. Senator Jones prefaced his speech bv saying that those who asageOtss to h- ar : he sensational would be disap pointed and that those exis-ciing a discussion of the presidential cam paign reed not listen. He said ho would not dlscu politics. He recited rapidly conditions which made the present time prosperous, but said that with iverything to make us haimy "we are engaged in a saturnalia f i litlcul vituporutlon." "Justice and fair dealing are thrown tr. the wind,' he added. "Apjieals to passion and prejudice displace reason !and lo"l- VUenes and corruption aro sought for eagerly and we rejoice ir w- are successful in our sesuvh. Sin ister motive prompt those who dis agree with u and none is good save ourselves. "Under the banner of progression, anarchv. i preached In honeyed phrase and fulsome Mattery. Dor oense of Justice ami fairness I deadened hy loud declamation and Inslduous sug gestion. Fntll a short time iwgo sup posedly new idea, a old a govern ment among men, were advocated with some show of reason and pru lUnco. A .uw Richmond, however, ha rushed upon the political field. The icl. consistent, faithful lender of rad ical political thought, whoee courage, consistency and faithfulness we all iM mired. even if we did not accept the ooctrlnes advocated, Ucame til and HgUanOtud The banner he was faith fully and bravely carrying was droop ing. Score Roosevelt's Activity. "This new Richmond rushed upon the political scene, threw his hot Into , a own hoeoni. Hav ing workeo and won with the despised standpatters, and not being practiced in the principles of modern political progres. he. with the recklessness of ignorance and the rushne of the new convert, I ap pealing to all that is base, selfish and Injust In the apparent hope of gratlf.- -Ing an Insatiable ambition. In hi campaign for place and pow er he seems to have forgotten the hon cm twstovved upon him hy hts party and bv the people of the country. He seems to be unmindful of the dignity and deortment of one who has filled the most exalted position In the gift of man. We expect and tolerate tho actions and utterness of the ordinary oollticlan but It Is a shock to our peo ple to sic their idol seefetng place, and power by appealing to pa1on. pre In dices snd hatreds and whose most rni i.rnnmeiit Is denunciation of Continued on Page Four.