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f THE WEATHER: 1, HE CALUV.tT NEWS 18 A I MEMI1R Or THE ASSOCIATED I I RAIN OR SNOW TONIGHT I KRESS. OR SUNDAY. SLOWLY RISING TEMPERATURE. t TU WAY'S NEW TODAY. J VOL XXI CALUMET, HOUGHTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 13, 1912. NO. 141 TWENTY-FIVE aiuuLnia Ant BADLY HURT Party of Youog People From Bradley Institute of Peoria Meets With Accident THEIR WEIGHT BREAKS FLOOR Mishap Occurs at Distiller) Which They Were Visiting SEVENTY FIVE IN THE WRECK Of Theee Ont-Third Suffer lntern.il and Other Serious In juries. Peoria, in.. April 1 3.- -Twenty -five students of the Itradley '.lyii--luii.-'nstbuie were int'.ir.Nl today when the ml floor of tho Woollier distillery K,. wpre liuicting gave way under tho weight of aeveaby-ftra members of the party. The rtninljr Injured arc: MIsh Ola Wllman. Hherbyvllle. Indiana, rlls broken; Jessie Cardiff, Galvn, Illinois, internally Injure; Florence Hherin. Winnebago, Minnesota, spine injured lnd i'i l rt fractured; A. II. Johnson, legs lioken. may die; George Carrel, leg broken) Florence Ijurlen. arm broken Uiiih iH'ith. ankle broken; Fred Dai s, St rio-ul. Minn., leg broken ; Znh Hud son, internally Injured; Qeoraa Starek Bun, ribs broken; Mary Rroxxn. inter nally injured: Florence SChurz, ribs uokem. Margaret M. -Donald. leg broken: Huxel Bullock, arm broken; Louis Palpamyer, broken arm; Bdna 1, irms-1 The party was grouped around . b.g vat. Instantly there was a oraah und the xvhole parly .wan preclpated to the 1 .und and partly burled under broken timber, boxeo and machinery, men and wi m. ti lelng throw n aibont In excite ment. Kvory QJplnilMi 00 In Um eifcf v as uehexl to the KMC. In the meantime workmen removed prostrate bodies heal plated thent In rOaa until I he ambulances arrived. GERMAN SHIPS COMING. rally Wil' Send Tut" on a Ttiendl Cruise to II, S. Berlin, April IS. Tne llnal luinpaul I ton f (he division of the QCTMM fleet that ih lo visit America t.. n-n in lh 'sii of the scent d division of the I'nited States AtVtntH (lad " Ktel lax ear has been detenr.lnad upon by Hit UtriMM admiralty. It will Include ii . protected cruiser Moltkn, under lh nnmnaud f ('apt. Hitter von Mann Edler von rttoohlar; the protected' miser stett'n, rMpt Von Kfoakik, and th protected cruNcr Bremen, Capt KeeobhM. The rear admiral w'm. 's to be m .-om.nand f list di kflSoej nM not j . t bean selected. The warship" probably wil'. id ear! III Ma) ami return M ilermanv in Jane, In tinv m Jdn tho real of the dee! for the Kiel yachting wok. Tin ofiicern Intrude Lieut. Prince Henry of Rem who Us on bul the M..ltk. and Lieut. Prim ''hrlstlan of M HM n-Phlllppsthal-l'art eld. who v ill fee on board the Rtet ; . MM PrtndO ndiber1 al Prussia, tin .-n of the Hoiveror, will not k to America. "TOD" SLOAN SUED BY WIFE. Julia, Sanderson Asks Decree from Famous Jockey Now ;n Frence. .v York. April II Mr JnU WiNin. known on the ataaa aa Julia Handaraon, a well-known actreaa, hai ktarted suit for llafnnalw ilvorco from her huHbnnd. Jame K. Sloan. The frummoua will be aarvad on 8!obh al elne. Ince. by mall. The dafand nt has been called ' Tod" Sloan ever lnce he establlsht d refutation o an 'iort Joekey. Mra. Sloan charKeB In her i-omptaJnt that Sloan haa ueen SUUt) pf miavondtirt with MaAXl do" inaon in New York and aJaratoaja; with ' harlotte Pi.tmer In Bruaaela In No vember, l'MI. and with other w nm-n n Maw York. OMattA, Belgium and taaataat, COSTLY FIRE AT OMAHA. Omaha, April ii.-Fire natiy iMJ deatfaseJi one of the principal "'is' "hk hiovks in Ihe retail section .i ,l" city. The lues i eat! mated at The explosion f. a laraja ,,0i f flreworka caceed a scare the thousands of apecMlor. T' W the UitKest Iwinks of h. ell) " r' at i e tln.e threatened nrl'.h de cYMsnas. R. R. MANAGERS TO CONFER. Nan York. April It, rhalrtn.ii lunrt of (ho Oeneral .MannROs' MsW """ "i nl urtv . ihteri, MltroadH haaned 'ii todna for ajteatmi of the con eomMIMaa here April 17 lo dla '' ' Pacani strike vote of the n ""rs nn delermlne whether Ih' aht shoiiM make a pnopoaHaon i MaatMal for Mtaanit pay. iSC0LDs the u. s. CONSUL-GENERAL GERMAN IS INDIGNANT BECAUSE HE GETS LETTER IN ENG LISH FROM OFFICIAL. MtUn, Apt n 13- The rnited Btatee ( on.sul-(b it, i.d A. , rhuekara. and hla statt aave saaa aotaaaUy aajoktad b) an Indignant Cermnn fr wiltitm in MM lt KtiKllsh, and tin "t'Katt o the ntt-rmn tonul (Jerman LrfUISUaata S,m i.--ty, a larg branch of with h axlsta In New York, hiiH approved the acoldlaX, '!h- eoimd.tiiit wtoi.. to lha ConauJsUa- ieneral MMMJ ertain infoi tnatin ro ardlnK L idled tutea t ; t-iir s h.-dnl.-.v Thlt wa.s s. tit to him. but, an i.s i us lOMiri ll) iln- cot respondi n- of all I mted Statt s i onsulates In 'rernutny. in I-.iikIisIi. The re. pli nt protOated and ihe Ouaamaila Oeneini arrota an pianaioty lt-it.-r, point! an to riv,. raajHa lar MMtOM of the ofRca and ih- fuet th4it no t otnplaltit hud evaf In en made .iwainst it. Dut ihi-- lot tar, mo araa m I.nali.Nh and tin fact noved lha i- iii nl to in indignant aMMTMr, whli-h UM laiiKiiuKi- soi,t iMsMMkl fMih- Hatiin with apMovinM commaot. "I find it Very astoni.shinis; and very r markabi..," a rot a tha aajajflavad Qaa man. "that you i-.ave wtitteu your an- ar to Ma M Kartaah, Too noma to h aapaoiaUj to farther tin- commaffca oi ur nation, tad it is your duty lo wrlt only (Serman In Ierman to Cei mans. Any oth'-r course is a MWVM of the hospitality which we exb-nd to yiiti in the fttttea! im-nsire." Great Ship Cantl Planned. The Rtyar Bhlaa, "tha .. mm fihlne." as the I'atlK-rland'.s naitoi.il MMfl dt s rlbes it. niuy event ually be MaaV a Oermun .stream from thai (tu ner id the Black Forest where it tirM enters ihe empire to its mouth. IM.u.s I'm a ureat ifejp canal to apan Um tit am m .v.i entlrel) throustb Qermaa territory to tha North Sea. th-st liroached ahan Btomaroai waa In powal und known to hava had hlf apjiroval, hav' una !e-n prepal't-d. with full eli Hlnaarlni and .Inpmial iU tails. ami will be lu id before tin n itiiii'tit. tin- ItetchaMa, the- parttaments f the t i r il d aatt and lie- muiiit-ipalitn n-tt-t sttvl in the Bfak t- The canal, acetadit i to these Hana will leave the llhlm- near West I. fol low in btHihehtr) or polkiien rhMolj end jttiti 'hi ftivei l ins not Mr from Leer. Th" l ity of Kmden, at the mouth of the Kins, would thus becom.' the hubor city tli t ;r,at ieitii..n :i ers, and shipiipis which now enters tin- Rhine thr. ..) h Datch teeTltary aOstti nee l tear u amMfajti by iMMtlta navlnation or ta.ifl lnnMlatM TI ll M limati-tl can! Of the uitdert;-klaaj Is iSiyita, asMM ltSajM lena than that of tin It hi in--1 la cover Oaaal nov un der construction. Apart frnm the Ml i naiagia ahloh this new MoatS to tiv HMtnt would affoid .-iiipoimt int.-i .si ll anaukl ranaM h- lha racMmaMan f -oils, del able strt l Mi-k of moofl-nd. the so-cailed Ittun lait r Motu-. th; nmh which he canal would run lor it- en tire length. Thb. it is believed. nrtU nyipnal atroMjil M tht mernment, as tin- Iranpnrni m Ma ndatraan from tie- Ihruaa last eaj- announced the kv- ernmeiit s latantloH f npniaaniitoatti paOMnaj lha rtCMMatlon and settlement of tm orlaml. TAFT FAVORITE IN QUAKER STATE BELIEVED PRESIDENT WILL WIN MAJORITY OF DELEGATES IN TODAY'S PRIMARIES. l'hiladelpuhhi. Pu.. April Ll. -Rain -.;us itpottKl from all pails of the state today daMpaaaatini Voters wha vm t-e to t;Lke istrt In toe primai tK -tion in IVnnsy lania. The t hlef i iter-t-Mt tentet-ed In I'enns 1 aula's wevent.s -six dtleaates to the nation U i-otiveii-UOfhi The regular Republican ormmlzation is backlnit ti Ta ft i-laims tluit the lue.sitit nt will have a Mfjpa majoibv d the dt-leKates The Itoosevidt fa.tion , , ih. will cliil a Uuke nuiiibi i of delegates in opposition to Tatt. Tin- lx im.ciatic party is split but hath facttonn favar WiMoa, Oaaaadaiaa lavorioff Chirk and Itarmon also ut j on the iMllot in niau count ssion.u tllstrirls. Official Wisconsin Figures. Madison. Wis. April 1 .!.- 'tibial re turns limn all MM OilllM county In the raaaSM primary and ehvtion In Wistonsin show La Kolhtte l Have I ;l !t'o and Tafl 4 7 -'!. Ui I'ollettc se ,,.., i a m4M deieKution. WaMan pal a .,0! votes, and 'lark M.IS1 W II".. nineteen ami Clark deh-wlea to Baltimore. ThtMtiaa naanhaaT, aW ..,, was electivl in lha bair-h dls irlrt Chafln tl'rohiblion) ot IfMf otrs, and Stewiitl -.37!. In one of the newest electric fix tures the amount of Illumination sh. .1 Ux a lamp la controlled by merely tum- Hit. shade to one side or another. Bp the use ol Ihe electric arill. nj naw invention, nearly all the opera tmiM of DMMhra o.av be MsTfOTMMl ,lBhl on the Mhav The tb-vi. a is much largot lhan an ordinary .bal ing dish. EXCITEMENT IN WHEAT MARKET Dealings in Chicago Today of Magnitude Not Often Witness ed There of Late CROP DAMAGE IS REPORTED Prices Rise Rapidly, Fall, and Then Advance Again One Expett Figures That Damage W.il Amount to Fifty Million Bushelc. CMcaajt ills.. Aped LS. On u Prop stare in the market today the dealiiiKs in wheat were of a imixn it ml: not oit eil MM! here Of late. At the OOOI III Maj wheat rose lour COnta b lln and .Ull wheal two i t ills to HH)V. After a rapid rafharttan lha market niaii ndva need, A rOttflh eMIiiiate of crop damage b MM expel I is Ally million bushels. This total Is flamed on the theory of ena third of the nrjpaalad yiaM m niin. Ai and Iiulianu ami the OMo t rop PJOMI to rain. DlMtof Ihe worst of the flurry, the C. Gifford i'o. susttmlerl operations. The liabilities are said not to exceed leu thoiumnd. Gifford said the trans it r of trades was made neces-sacy by the fact that the bookkeeper had been apaaMMthaaj without tiie knowledge ta the llrm. The closiru prksal wero almost at the top of MOM of the level reached on the earlier swells. May closed at 104 and July 10'. to six; Ruins of respectively M to 4. and two cents. Advances In Kmsts City. Kansas City. April 13. May and Ju ly wheat daUvorlaa roan naairly two i flits here todav. A;tivity in New York. Una; YorK. tprtl 13. Whctit atlvane ed IV t 1 on active coeritiK-. TO OPEN NEW RAILROAD. Eighty-Four Miles of Track and Equip msnt Cost S25.000.000. PlttstnirMh. Pa.. Atrtl 1.1. Tomorrow la the date fixed for the opening ho irafiic of the nen OMtnasntUbj MM m (ween tht PttMbUJTPJli and Lake l.t" anal Western .Maryland railroads. Tin line l elghtv -fom Mfafo Mfsl ami has boon hunt at cost ..f nnartj mM '(0. The (-..Mnction with tin W tvU -ic Marland road l made at Cumheilund, Md.. and w ill, tha mtnhorili anil Ltka laie at Diekei-s on BaM, Pa, The m w line (vlvea Pittsburgh a in w outlet to the seaboard . nil a most direct route betwetn Maititnore najaJ CMeaspo. It v ill also opaw up feyaai CoaJ und lim ber lielde nlOMI the YiM.nhloKheny Rv cr. BEATTY FLIES TO HIS TRIAL. Invites Justice Who Fined Him to Ride in Air, but Jurist Refuses. Now York, April 13. (Jeorgo YV. liealty. an aviator, flew from Nassau oulov.ird field to the Mlnoola. I- 1.. t i urthouse to answer a sumons chara Inaj him with apeeeMnoj un automohlla nl l-'lornl ark on March J7. A MfOhan Iscian nccoinpiinied BMltty and James R Htdd. pupil of lieotty. flew in an other machine with his nv-ehanloian Bnatty aaa Hand $io i. JaafJoa fTaaka, 'Ntw, Judjfe." RJiltl lltattv. "eome with mi- ami I'll Bjfvo you u real ride I'll take you up in the air lor ubout ten minute ami show you some real speed." "No, thanks, not now." said the Jus tice. 1 wouldn't paiO to ro now, air way, as you niixhi have it in for tne" HISTORIC BASEBALL PARK. Forty-Fifth Year for South-Eod Grounds at Boston. Hnstom Mas- April IS. -The opening- of the National League season in I mm tan this nreak uaharad in the forty Cfth coaaaacutlva season on tha hhMarM South-Find piotinds. The National LeuKtie plant in this city Is the l lde-t professional MsMMlfi nark in tha world. ' 'hampionshm were von there In lK7'i, 1S7.I. Is7! and 1ST" Not a game was Inst on th" "rounds In IR75. a record MnMt Pain Be lad In tha history of the i,a me. I'ctii'.int.s naara ahw vnai in 1X77. 1S78. I ttli I-. 1W:1. and 'SftS. TRIES TO CALL ON TAFT. German. Probably Insane, Attempts to Force Way Into White House. Washington. April 1.1. Michael Win ter, of BalUMora, eaaond unusual aa t Itemenl today. Two ; ttemnts to en ter the front door of tin- While House i.naiiy hta dad him In lha patjof mmb ottarters. Tntlet Ihe Impression he was at the r;ernuni embas-sx, int. rs maOc In-' llrst attempt to call on Un president! at breakfast, ''he man aaid he wn knoxxn at th Cetman embasay and had business with Tafl thai required a per sonal nptance. Hn was rarraffd away. but a shott lime later slipped thtoiiKh the door nml was sexeral feet insnile befote he xvas tb teciefl. He was In duced lo act -on.panv an ofl'.cer lo ll 'tlarman enahasav." He win .t exam ined as to his mental soundness. News Forecast Of ihe Coming Week Washington. I). I'., .pill n Import ant fixtures tm tha political calentfni of the week will include the following: Monda) Reptsbliean territorial eon- en Hi n "i i law ail, at Hono lulu, tO select delegates to the national fldnvervtloa, Tucadaj -Rapahllean .-tat. eonventlon of t'oiims tieiit. at Nev Hav t-n. t select delearutes to the national ooe-v.etitlon. Rapnhllean state convention of Data a a i . a i l saver, ti aa i r-i assteaatfa n Ilea nation..! convent ion. Wedneaday District ionv'nthtis t,f Repuidltans in Cuanaastlcol io sei 1 1 dalnpjMaa k the ii'i Uonal coot hi inn District con Vfiiiltnt! nf all i.attlt-s in Illinois to eeJecl deleajalea ti tic national convent ions PaMuirastc state eonventlon of A Bahama al ptontgoniery to select telega tea lo the n;' lioiial cottA tut , .,n. I'rblav Dh-t ci prlMatlea of all parlies in Ncbrask.i to eetacl lich gates to the national cdavi n- tlons ami name Candida tee for i'nitt.l States senato. ;. ml State offlc i . Eth not primal lea of -tli par ties in Ore-.-o'i to aeiacl deb -Kates p the national con ventions and espres n efer enre for United States nM a tor. Htate con- iiii. to- of all par ties in Illinois to : t lci t the delt-Kiltes-a t la) ge lb tht ii;i -lonal MMVentiop3. Nearly al! pf Ihe prryidaratkil Ha piranta wHl be in tin ti. 1,1 during tiv week. Col. Roosev, li Is expaotad to t online his attlvltie t-j the t stem States. W "mIiow Wilson will peak in ieoi Kia ami l-'lei nla. i nor Harmon in the middle Weat and Senator Lu Toilette In the far Wert. Willi. .m J. liryen will add lo 11 gayatj' "" situation bj si cakin- ugaiaai Harmon in the tatter's home s. t- The unveiling of Un statue ereOtad in t!ic natiot'ul tavftai in memory of .!ohn I'aul Jones the ravolutionarj inMrnl hero. i Mted fi Wetlne.-da v and Mil be tnatle an oecaaion fo;- Imp re 8 Blva milllary and clvao exercises in i i I'll I resident Tafl and other not- ahlaa will take part. The consecration of Pat lar Austin Dow ling as Lomnn ('athole tishos of Des Moineu will tike place Thuradaj in the Msthaalral in PVwiidance, It. I., v. ith Plajkap Nark I na afftotattng as th" c. MBoei a tine pretatn, A cantnU ecllpae of the sun is ehed uted to take plaei Wadnrad'iy tmunlng, isildt as a partial ecllpae in eastern portion of the Tinted Slat and Can ttda. The conventions of the week will In clude the Kpis -opal Church eongrcAfl in St. Louis, the Conset ation Con KTOM ol me Men and Rciiglon F ir-v-.ini MiTvemenl In New fork ity. tin national convention of tha Daughters of the American Revolution in Wash ington, and the International Confer ence on the Negro at TtsOkegee, Ala. CANADIAN IS IN SERIOUS TROUBLE FORMER RECORDER OF DEEDS AT TORONTO IS PRISONER IN CHICAGO JAIL. Chicago, April IS. Dr. Boa tile Nea bitt, ftsTraor prealdent of the Fannara National bank, and recortlcr ol dai is al Toronto. Canada, charged with con splrlnK to make forgeries amOUBtiM to a quarter or a minion, ami ffiatrlna false reports to the minister of linanci or Caaaala, six-nt i sleepless night In the county Jail. Attorney W. K Cut -tlson sjtld "Neshltt la not guilty of the OffnMM Chaajojad. In ChtMsM the prea Ident of a bank is little more than a flKUI'ehead. The real work was done by the cashier. When the case Is cull ed April L'ti wo expect to shots there is llOt SUlllcb llt ( idetice to send Nes hltt bak." BRANCH W U. OFFICES. Number of Them Established by the Red Jacket Office. The Western Tnlon Tehttraph com pany lias mad. at tanaeinents to mwi branch offices In the following places of business: J. H. Bennetts' store. Copper City; MafKiiret QpfcsTaMJ, Ah meek: Kyckman ' store. I ...in Inn, Laurium IMiarmacy; Hupet loi Phar macy, Laiirlum: Michigan Hotel; Cen tral hotel; 'alumet hotel; I'ul iCe ho tel. LaartuMl Dtntml hotel. Laufiiuai Nbtila's store, t'entennial Heiahts Messnat s nun be hMPMsl M nl My of these -places ami xxlll be promptly transmitted tt Ihe main office in Red .1 at ket. This is a policy that Is being adopted In ell cllh-s where Ihe COM' nony has main nfiicea. IRV WOMAN ON MURDER CHARGE Three Mysterious Deaths May be Unraveled at Trial of Mrs. Jane Quinn HUSBAND SHOT WHILE IN BED Prominent Michigan Families In volved in Case First and Second Husbands of Accused Woman Died Suddenly m This State. Chicago, April It. The case of Mrs. lane QUiPa, Whit h i.s BQhadulOd tO be alien nr tih'i al tin- Coota Comet Carjri on Monday, is attracting Mara than ordAharj Intaroni ondam to the many poOuHhr features of mvstety it praaenta. Urn, Quinn is Dhnrvad with the Maaaar ol oar third huahand, lakaj m. Qutna, aha was- kjBad i,y a pMtai shut xxhtle ti bad oil tha morning of Not ember I liJt, Since the arrest pa .suspicion ,.; Mi- tjiiiiin. a short time alter tile tball: of her husbaiitl. tin authoritlea have oollaotad a great inaHi of evMaaoa ooatarnlni mt only the present ease against the woman, but the xvlmle mst hlatory Ol the accused. which contains man) imints of ain later napeot, John if, 'iiiinn was a ntraoi rallwa) mnploye in Katamoaao, Mrch., whan he met and shortlx- after married the xvo nmn noxv e harped with his nuiider. Her former, mttiml, husband, Warren Thorpe, ;l wealths fanner near Jitt-k- son. Mich., aoeordtaaj la hor aiainmnnl. hud committed suicide by shootiiu himself in June, 1 903. Blamts It On Burglar. Atter her marriage to Quinn she kept a boarding house in Kalaa.astoo lor a while, hut soon she PPMOVed with lo t luiMbjiial to Chit ago. when they located in i .eisi,iKi.n diatrtet aa toiuth Michigan Ave., near 11 0th Streit. ln the ii. i t dnt; oj xju.nri'R death Mrs. Quinn ie,.oried to the police thai he had been killed and robbed b) a bin -Mr, with whom ahe alleged to have had an em onntt -r. it-tettivcs flatted and ae arched the house aPjnrtly after the murder and round itptrttn bahlnd thi bathtub and wrapHad in ;i piece f ottoti ( loth a reveilver with MM OMpt) and several loatfaal aaaita, tag calibre of rrharih corresponded Willi the sl.c ol the bui- ict lountl in Qutaa'i bran at It was aa i it. tined thai tha rovdtver was the proparty of J. v. oUBar, a rooMMT in lha Inuise of the IJuinns. Miller tes- tilled dajrtna tho inqueat thai a day or so before the mcrtlcr he miss, d the re volver which he always kept in his '.iirt-au djnswer. Me apokc to Mrs. Qalnn about it ami she requeatad him not to say anxthin-a about it to her haahnnnT, sin- offerod to pay for the Baa, in case ii ehoah! not he found again. Suspicion Points to Wife. Mrs. Qulaa wa.s arrested on sus picion and. after the Ct roller's Jury had R-lven a formal xcidict chaining her with havim. sl-.ot her hus-bunu. she 'as taken to the H.xtie Park PaUce tat ion. Later she WAO unlit led by the Qrauaf fury ami bar caaa nal for next Monamj . The paM bistort of Mrs. Quinn. as n anuria land b the affortg t tha police and an it Will bo prevented at the trial. Mia icpiete a ith irnnijr. Mm Qalnn was formerly Jennie TfcpMf and. it la behaved, t.is born in Ijondon. nt. Sin 'Van i handsome and tinusuallx atti o tive uirl and had in.inx suitors. She entered upon bar flrst recorded loatrl- iia xfiiture on OctobaT -':t. IKS", when she marrbsl John McDonald, a wealthx resid-ni of London. nt. At ter a ii xx xe.M.s y. i tonntd bad bbJ nrtfn roMovad it JMckaoa, Mh-h., xvinrc a daughter. Pearl McDonald, was born ii thorn. While living In innhann. Mrs. McDonald fmpi.-n!; x sited ,, t s-ist, r. Mrs. Alit" Spaiks. who wus house keeper for Watren Thorpe, a w -altlc farmer mar .1 ickson There she MM Thorpe, xvho became quite Inaciafitod by the handOfima Mrs. McDonald. Other Mysterious Deathe. McDonald su Itbnlx died on Septem ber 19'M. anil as he bad been adt ink ing man 11 MM readily believed that he had died tioin 'alcoholic poisoning as his 0 idoxt asserted. About (MM month artt-r the death of McDonald his w idtx married Thorpe, who had several town-up children from a ter mer man iac. The marriAge. It seems, was mt x er.x Mtppa and x lolelit quar rofg xvere frc(j icntlx the order of the day. ne Sunday morning In June, "to:'. Thorpe was hot while silting o: his bel, etmaaetl in l.ielng his h " -When arrested on suspicion. Mrs 1 hoi pe stated that her hus!iand had committed eulclde. Alihouth there were M'axe doubts onc i ning the truth of her statement, there was no posi tive e lib lice .a;.:III' I her and lie xt a s acquitted. It xxus aaccrtalned ilnce then that on the same morning Thorpe Intendetl lo visit one of his nmrrltd sons tith tht intention of detdintv to htm i I 'in .i ' ii m Atler Thorpe s death his whbtw xxi-nt t.i k damaci n Mu h . where she be came acquaint-il with John M Q mm, who shortly utter Ihvhiiu htr third huattand. It is stated that the accused woman Inhetlteti i onaulenvtde properly un viluges WILL BE FLOODED BY TONIGHT 1.000 SQUARE MILES IN THE SOUTH WILL BE INUNDATED. tdeenvlltoi Mis".. April 13. Bp to- niaht It is estimated one thousand square miles of fertile Hut lands east ol Carroll urn) Madist.n purishre. Loui siana, nntl Chicot and Desha counties, Arkansas, xxill be Hooded Irom two s-r. ions breaks in the levee at Panther E'oreott AHuiiisas, ami mar itts.st - ell. La. In the territorx- to be Inumluted are liunaaroua villageM, ArWansaf t'it.x and Lake Village, Arkansas, ami Lake FravhMapjn, Tulluluh and Delhi, La. While the damage to properly xxul te he.lXX It is tail believed the loss ol life will be large as a warning was sent Ollt XX hen Ihe IfXet-M collapStd Boate nora Mail ta raocaa bond vt - tims and preparations made at Vi. ks burg ami in-cn vide M care for re fill; ces. Thousands Are Homeless. New i i leans. A j ,t i 1 :;. -There xvas a great propei t lo.-s in north Louisiana bj the bt-i aaataa mm MoMI at MM IMpi levee on the .Mississippi nt-ur A Isa fla il l.s liat. l mo4i hxes mat be claimed. it is aattanateal eight hMafaafl naaagra miles are now Mooded, with the PMM pOCI that twice thai atiynint will be laundalod bp night. TbaaaaMahl af fam ilies ;ire homeltsa. Hundreds of rnmlliaa are marooned and houseless awaiting rescue. Loss of Life is Feared. Monroe li.. April 13. Thousands of peruana were caught ulmoet unprt -oartd when the OOo4 sxvept thrmigh towns in norihtast Louisiana, ami the levee bo nd I ears thete liaa been loss of life. The towns of Roosevelt, i .-. r.cht ille. Heapar, Knoka. omega, Tallabfna. Matisford and Mason ar hooded. U. S. WELL REPRESENTED. International Congress on Tuberculosis to Open at Rome Tomorrow. Home. April It. Dlatinauiahed med i a I r ientlsts and other delcKates from many countries ha - arris ad in Rome to participate in th- seventh Interna tional Congress on TubervuUwdo. The roTmnl tipenlr.g Of tin congress 1 m't ' r tomorioxs .md the dbMUaMMM xvdl cUp) the ensuing xveek. The Amer kan fajlagatea Include Dr. Charles L. i raaajg of st. Paul. Dr. rjcrald B. tVafra of Caterado Stninga, Dr. Willlum H. Paldwin of Washington. Dr. Henry narton acoba of Balthmana Dr. Liv tnpjataai l'.ni nd of Maa York MM Dr. tj. Walter Hohlen Ot Denver. BISHOP HARKINS' JUBILEE. Congratulatory Message From Pope on 25th Anniversary. lYmidt iice, H. L, April Li.--Hishop llarkin's twi nty-llfth anniversary as head of the Provanoane fhaaaaa win oc cur tomorrow, and .irr.tngetnents are being made to celebrate the eAent with elaborate svrx Ices In the Cathedral of BS, Peter ami Paul. The religious ob aryaMon xvii: ba foilaaradj na Maadaj by a cel -bt itlon ol the Mtt?, MpJMB Marklaa is in raoalp! of a aongralula tafl messaxe from PofM Pius X.. con vening the paiml Messing to the bishop, his clergy and people. FISH AT F1YE CENTS A POUND CLEVELAND WOMEN'S CLUBS AND COUNCIL TO LOWER THE COST OF LIVING. ( 'lex el i ml, (.. April li. -Pish at live tents a pound. That is to be the cost of the lake catch to the consumer In i 'Iceland. Plans for the formation M company to use the city disks and h, ds, md iti return tor that privilege guarantee a maximum price of five t cnts a pound for fish, have been com pleted, and yesterday the ilrs-t pgg stgnment of tifteen hundred pounds .tie landed to b" sild totlat. The lish enteririst is but one of several laumhd In h vela ml recent I. x with a vb-xv to rurtutlitig the cost of living. The wmnen's clubs as xxvll as the citx council are inteiested. Ni t Thuraday a nionsl-r parade of women, he-ided b the city council. Is to deacend upon the central market, with banners displayed tailing for cheaper xegt tnbks an, proilucr. May er I'.ikit- .in-1 Mayor Shank of lmlinn a polls xxill address the women FRENCH AVIATOR IS KILLED. Paris April 13. Lieut. M. H. A I. m .un tt .. - I, d'ed toda v by a fall ! mi.' an aerofdane. which collapsed at a ;reat belghl while paaotng over the i illag.- . l.aimont. from her hrel ami hoi second himUind and Is quite wealth.x It I" believed hat i net '1 hore, a son oi her il husband antt sevrral other rt'liitio ol ThoriM md McDonald xt ip appt.n n v un. against Mr- t.Miinn il In comim: trial. I RFRFLS ARE ROUSING THE IRE OE U. S. Their Acts Have Caused a Feel ing of Aggravation in Offi cial Circles HEAVY RECKONING FOR SOME Mail of American Consuls Opened and U. S. Citizen Executed RETALIATION TO COME LATER It 'is Almost Certain Insurrectos Will Never Obtain Recognition at Capital. Washington. April 13 The Mexican rebels are lousing- the Ire of the U. S. government and while no steps at re taliation have been dlcuaoed aa yet it is ulmost certain the revolutionists will never obtain sympathy or recognition here. The Interference oT the rebels with the official mull of the American eon auls. ami the autnmary execution of Thomas Fountain, an American gun ner, in defiance of a protest from this country, has caused a feeling of aggra vation at tne state department. Thouarh the rnited States is practi cally OOarortMM at present to compel more tourtesy from the rebels, it ia felt a heavy reckoning; Is awaiting seme of the insurreeto leaders. For Publicity of Campaign Funds. By a unanimous vote the House cr mmlttee on election of president and vice president today favorably report ed the Herrv oil) which culls for the ptiOUclty of all contributions to cam paign funds and their disbursement intended to advance the candidacies o' aaplranta to the two hlg-hest federal offices. i The House appropriated twenty-five thousand dollars for the use of the ccmmlssion committee Investigating the "money truat." Thomas F. Cole Testifies. Thomas V. Cole of Duluth. whose testimony probably will conclude the steel trust Investigation, testified to day that the Hill ore lease was taken by the Rteel corporation as an explor ation, and not to effect a monopoly. EXHIBIT OF INVENTIONS. Novel Show Opens Today In Grand Central Palace. Nw York. New York. April 13 The bram children of Thomas A. E14son and oth er famous inxontors of the pres nt dav are to be seen in the Grand Cential Palace. where the Invention shotv MMMsf tedaj for a weeks rue The ex hibition has brought tog. ther MSA Im portant inventions and labor-saving devices produced In the last decade, line notable section is devoted to r. loan exhibition from the i'nited States Pa tent Office, the features including IhO l ist st wing machine, the first auto mobile and the first talking machine ami olectrlc lamps. BOSTON TO WEIGH BEANS. Dry Measures Thrown Into Discard As Resi lt of Legislation. 1 lost on,. Mass., Vpril 13. 'Fifty thou sand dry meaMires MhaJ bx retail groc ers and provision dealers throughout Ma.ssat husetts xvere thrown Into the OlacinNI '.txlax ar. a result of the new slate law coining into alteration which requires that all vegetables, nuts ami trull must either be sold at retail by xt eight or numerical count. The la xx further stipulates the num ber of MHinds to the bushel of the xarioits eommi'diticM. ranging from beans to peanuts. The slate, weights nml measures department Is arrang ing for a strict enforcement of the 'IXt CHURCH 225 YEARS OLD. Anniversity to Be Celebrated at Charleston, South Carolina. Charleston. S. C. April 13. Faa.lo rale arrangements haxe been oonclud t il tor the ceb bratlon of the 22."th anniversary of the Huguenot Chinch of ilio citx The celebration will be formally opened tomorrow with an or ation bv lr W H. S. Demoraat prea idet i of Rutgers College. The Hugue not Church is one of the oldest churches M merlca and was the flrst to hi founded In the province of Caro lina. The building itself has been twice 'leslroted by fire, ihe present edifice having been completed in 145. The Rock Island railroad furnishes 3:.",.0fni pen lis to its employes yearlc, and it HI estimated that theae pens IU are hut half used before being discard ed for i rcw one. The staiemeni has been made that it the employe would Renerallx make us- of another Inch I the pen. il it toult1 save about I'.'.OOO lo ihe companx. The authorities are emlejix oring lo de Ise a plan ! encour igt onmy in this direction.