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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESk ALL TODAY'S NEWS TODAY. cms 10 PAGES VOL. XXIII. FINAL PLEA IS MADE TODAY FOR GUNMEN Motion Made for New Trial on Grounds That New Evidence Has Been Found GOFF HEARS THE TESTIMONY Seven New Affidavits Obtained; District Attorney Whitman Opposes Latest Move w Viirk, April U. -Counsel foi tlx fottf gunmen doomed to die In BIAS BllUJ Monday, nuidu a Una 1 pU a for thsl r clients before Bjupresae r,,ur: Justice Uoff today. They mo tioned for a MW trial on f fOUJtdS that new BVldeUOe had bet n u is ov gTO I. tending t show that the prisoners u. r, M'.t tin- real murderers. IMstrnt Attorney Whitman, rushing iron t'liic.igo. appeared to i ppOM the nioiii'ii. CotlDMl Wahle Hk! that NVM M alhda.ils hal bSSU obtained l.ul thai the signers of out) three could he call ril upon to testify. Tin rocssdtUgS were Interrupted when Jjstlce doff ordered a young mi' who bud dehvsred a neta t" him. Stopped before leaving tht room. Th in. n was placed on th.- witness stand, ile s.nl In was (Justnvo licik, ami hail COOM in tin court to deliver a BOts ttl Rabbi Broome, who was w orktng i:. the gunmen's behalf. The note eaa banded to him in the hail ot tin- court borne ami he know nothlni more ahont it. iia'ii Brow he ( illiil 111 IBS stand anil be dis claimed ell knowledge of the myster ious note, end lta contents vveic not m;ul- t)iillu at tin- time. The rahhi illl erottM nay only that "it if. a t-ecret." Curl Dresner, a bartender, a signer of .in at'.idav It, who hud stated gg saw the notorious informers, "Hrldgle' VV( er i 'el Harry 'alon, anil Others j iway in an automobile from ike i ie of thi murder, km oiled t (in land. The Indlostlomi won- the heart n rouhj be protrseted ami per hart tretch into a nmht session. I i -1 . r t est I fled that three dg s ! fni i Hi. murder, whll" he w as stand ing mi IV.tieth street end Boeonth iiw Rot betwesB 1 and J a. m. he saw Webb r ami Vail n in front of a at. Coming to the time of the srardar, Iri-siii r sv.nri' lie was standing on the stspi .. iii,. Kiks' e 1 1 1 , dtsgsnaHy op posite the Hotel Metrspote, heard shots end then a gray env ruced by him Sam Bcheppa was on tne i running bosrdi and n the ear he Ban eYbbher, Vallon nnd Bhnpto, Two Khen ereee hi tin- car, he mild, but they won ROl the funrmm in Wry: sing. ii" said be loM I'nl .man Kellv what he knew durlni the week Bschsr was convicted Premier naid In- kept still about tin matter became in- feared for hie life. I" hart that fear now, he add. .1. The nitneM gave gg names, inn said that there nere "plenty of people" in Ken rorh he afraid of. Asked by Whitman why he did got '"iia lo him with the story, th.- Uit new replied he troutd have been deed .'' fifteen minutes after he marted t ' ii the story. REVI8E TANGO RULES. Terirsichorean Arti6tt, Aroused By Condemnation, Will Codify Dances inrle, April 11. Dancing professors ""in man) ,f the rounliies f Bnrope l from Ann-rba are to begjhj an in ternutionsl cnngTeni in Paris toimii w In revise Hie rules of the tSngO 1 'titer of the so-e.illeil model n dan Manimd l.v the ..ndmn:. I the MMJO b the Pnpe and mi hiKh aMthoriti the prnfes ' decide,! t,, eotftfy the m w 1 so as to eliminate the abuses, lieclare that the lAAMn la kaafef tii snr till Th. ral, i. hi that the mniUBsalltmB ami pbaagee miroint'Oi bj unqnallAed pro fwwore iie,. attaeradj abusee to creep 1 re n medy the situation they in- draft n 0OO4 f unalterabh ru" for the m w da in ea. WILSON GOES GOLFING EARLY. u hite Balpbttf Sinnitn. v. Vs Jprll II Hrinht sunshine BrhOtOI ' 't iisse. wh be nt u. .1 1 - ouf part) to,iM He arose before any "' l ther Ml had the gueeta and with i n . i irn) links t himself. THE WEATHER. Generally fair. Slightly warmer. 1 WALL STREET:'THE NERVE OF HIM!" PLANS TO SPEND $84,000 FOR KINGS' ENTERTAINMENT Parts, April H The cabinet lias ask d pari lament to rate the eejulvnlenf i IH.'.OOU to entertain the kinvs of BM iand and BSMimrtl when thai etsit Par s Thre.- sneni t imis ror a eOBpte of itare this month. ejuamsfa of thi rum is t. ! h the Peretgn ofllee in decora ,llluminstione, rreeenta t tm snvoriBne receptions, otBctel dlnaeri and ape ial trams. 'I ho pi rtormane.' at tin- epere erttl take &,sse, tin. ear liaRe bin- H,IW the tips to servants 4.".n, the military rev iew 111,00$ and the extra wxpcnssB of the police ami eeorei ssrvtee It, MO, The royaltlee win be lodged at th.. foreign ocsm am apartmenta win be tarinshed placng from the nvuseume ami with antlnue fobleln tapeatrb their with hunt.' a ml old masteis. Micl'-jet Joins French Army. The ""Tench army has admitted i" ItB ranks i youth named Defrsnvc who ai thouBh f military age, 20, ereighe inrjr is poundi and Ie nly feel tbr' and one tusrtet Inches tsll. The med leal hoard found him phyelcallj t't In every nay. it (s snderstood be win ! assiKned to duties which will not oolite bim to perry the mnrchlni outfit of the I'ren h Boldier, The outfit is one and one-half times the mblget'B freight. KANSANS TO BOOST STATE. Special Triin of Products To Be Ship ped To Eastern Cities. Kansas City, Mo., April 11. Res tern era who have been in the habit "t" asking "whst'a the mstter with Kan sas " are soon to re elve ver) com prohenatve reply lo their gnery itliln a d iv i r two a train of Kai. egg producta "di he started from here mi an extensive tour of the Bast hSt to show the people of thai section f tin- country that there Is nothing the matter with the BUhBOWeT state. The travettng eahlbltion will glon ntth the prosperity that has overwhelmed the siaie ami III people in recent yeara. There will be a carload "f Kansas ag rlcultural products BhoWlg that no white in th- lend does the oorti grew higher, the grain wee re gokfM nor the fruits more lUSCiOUS thag in the state if jtanese Another oar will be devet ad io exiuiiits anowlng the mammoth atrldea that the state has made in an Industrial wa during the pgsl geoad The train will la a i coin .a ; ied b) :! or more tepreseniativ . Kansas farm ers and business nun nlth loluinns of relmble Infgrmatkm at their tongue' end. iii tii "Utse of their MSB mile tour they will .all SB President WllSOM and Becretsn Bryss m Ofsshlngton and bS entertain, d by tin- eomm. i g orgsnhtstioni in Philadelphia. BalU mum n'w Forb Post on ami mher lending cities in the hist. TWO ATTEMPT BOLD TRAIN HOLD-UP TODAY New Orleans, April holdup of paassggjon Central train We. M toda near Tgngipehoa 11 a daylight jii the Illinois was attempted Louisiana Two robbers, after shooting and wounding a negro poller escaped without any o..t Th rohlii rs were holding up pas sengers in the d '"' I' Porter Allen attacked one of lb.- r rs and was .shot thiMi'Kh th' gad) and dangerously wounded The rebbera pulled the boB nrd and s aped. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL U, 1914. SUFFRAGETTE CREATES WILD SCENE IN LONDON COURT London, April lL-clnra Lambert, an oegagtBer of tlM Woman's oeial Political union, who, with a cleaver, tried to demolish a ease ft valuable norcewlns for tin- itntish museum on April :, trented snug an eprsnr in I polhe rOUtl tOSlS) that the mayistrate 1 was toned to .idjourn the trial. A I lew hours later she r- - nteii d the I 'isoner's enclosure with two police men gorging bar arms, she granted another dietur banco, but the mais- iraOg was ante to bake formal erltlenci and then Bemmittod ber trial nitbout hail. 1 The prisoner also is known as "May tswatt" end CathortnB Tileon." si" eras arreeted on ISnreh if, IMS, in the lobhj of the Houee of Com one dress ed in male attire and Carrying a con eealed dog whip. At that time aho grae eentenced to six neehi at hard labor. EXPLOSION AND FIRE ON LINER FOLLOWS ROBBERY N'.w York, April II. Sleeping pas- eengej ; on tin- atenmship Vaubnn, ap preaching Nee York, anriy today were aroused oil Sand, Hook I v an explo- alog in lbs eteersge, Plrg followed the explosion, but it was quickly extiu yuisiied. Aii Investbjntkm showed that a Syrian, rifling the bagmags of a fel low Immigrant, had opened a ben of cartridges, and In so doing set them Off. He was badly Unfiled. The Vauhag eases from south Am srtcun ports ami carried aggsayj its passengers Colonel i. Roper ami several inemboM of the Illinois Manu fai turers' association, returning from i nip to South American cities. LOWER COUNTRY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE WHERE THE ROADS ARE BAD. waahlngtoi D. '.. April 11. Cena.'s H-ports, sh'.w that in HUM there w. rc 14,000,000 children in the Ualted stir of school ago, bul that only 1 7,000, 1 wars enrolled in tin puMle aehnols, This would indicate that then- are s' s -oral million children who are deprived for one reason or another, from !. tain. nc an educution, and there .s no (tool i that a large nam ber of those an prevented from attending eendol i. 'i i count of had roads Kuvthe, -mora, gmnj eel Is in tlM country dts ni t.- are i account of the roads, whh h ate percentage Will!.- it i ontrlbute attenda nee losed for varying periods on the lmis ass bis condition f and many of the schools imt closed Bars a nominal of sttsudhnce. is true that various factors to Increase er decrease tin at schools m Kin asc t tons of the eountry, it is amrthy of com ment that iii Hie states having a hOsg Pin ntaa- of Implored rais, a much larger gSI I SgtagS of the students en rolled, remtlarlv attend the schools than in the BtStM havtnii a small per- nantaga ot issprorod rendu, in Bee I i-'. rii and . -tern states whieh have a large mlleMSe "f Improved iii. i he average - 1 1 ndsn . I en tolled pupils in waa Ha prr cent; while in four Southern states and one Morth western state which ere noted TO SPRINKLE SANO FROM JAPAN IN JAP COLONIES Tokio. April 1 1. Yoiibful chSUVinlS- tic aportsmsn are eagerly following tho mo v etn. nts of a v oatjf Japanese nam. d kul o, who has .lust atari ed on a biey I ile trip around the world. Strapped lo Ins wheel, iikuho carries a previous 1 bag of asnd srhtch be akenrelled from iiu- grounds of the pnkws i his em pei or. jtis Intaation is to sprlabls a j little sand w believ er ho reaches a Jap j lines, colon) or COnSSe to a gigOS wheto a numoer oi enpnness lies. My idea. he oxi'l. nned hl'ore startinx. "is to re- mlnd Japanese abrond of then- native country of the glorious Mikado Em pire." Rooster Pecks Child to Death. Japanese doctors ale disc ussing the unusual if not unprecedented ease nf a child meeting death from the benk "t a rooster, a fouryenrotd girl was walking to a playground near her fath er's house in Tokio win n she Wgg at tacked by a rooster who pocked at ber vieiously. The girl ran, BtUtnbled and teii, hittlnn a stone. Before th.- on lookers could Interfere the rooett r hnd ggnvin gOCked the chUd in the fore head. Th- child was picked Up dead. Want Steamer Line to Panama. A lively competition has hern lotng on between Jspnneae steamship cm panles .which hope to net a gevsrn men! eubeidy tor a ateamehlp line through th- Panama canal to the easi- ern coast of the Pirted Slates, with lerminuf at Boston. At the present it looks as if the Nippon Vus n Kaish i would he elected and that the com pany w in in- accorded a eUbeldy of i, an". The other . ompetltols were the Toyo Kisen Kaisha and the 'saka BhjOSSU Kaisha The Toyo Kiseli will continue its eervlce to San "Tnneldco but it is probable that the Nippon Yu- sen will discontinue its aerrlcs to Beat lie and nirn it over to the Osaka com paiiv which is building extra steamers to be used on the northern rout- which it will henceforth monopoUge, fir had mads, tie average attendance for the same yeai was fit per cent M per cent in th. -""d roads states as against lit per i nt in the had load stall's. In thi -til.; tnst named. ''' per cent of the roads have BSSn Im- proved, while 111 stall's there en the roads gnprot That impi ov , , our DOUnt r) si wouhi asess to be roads gmkS it pu or eentfnlknj the llsh graded gckou tricts. BttOh S'b" will accommodate the mrj Istter group i '3 gar rent d r ads would benefit iooI syaiun. there n - doubt. Imp rot ed sibM to ggneolldate rhooJe and to eatsb Is in the mrsl 1 1 -'l eentrallv lot Bted all if the children within a radius of from four t" live miles. In gmn) li aiununltlcs hSVlUB the sdvnntage ut improved roada eommodlous bt'lldlngs have heen pro vided, gmee eompeteni tsnchsra hsve been employed, mul modern Cecil It les for teachina ha i ell supplied at i lnstain e. sin- minimum tost. Pot the bnprovemeni nny a m Dnrkaun lino, the niimi" i heen rluced ft n I ai graded an ' moms, and emph era. f the main high' ant. v. North I'aro- schaslknuses he fi' to A'i, of w ha h have two or gNBfB wo or ntui e 1 1 a li BprtngBeM, Mas- o pipe of in- en man has a tuba, i in 103 years old. ASKS APOLOGY FOR INSULT TO U. S.; GETS IT Admiral Mayo Demands American Colors Be Saluted by Fed erals at Tampico ARRESTED PARTY OF MARINES Official Report of Incident Is Re ceived by Bryan; Full De tails Awaited Washington. April 11. The OOVisI report of the ai rss I ami subsequent rs m oi a part) of American marines at Tampico was received today by Be rel ii v Denials and torw.irded to Pr. Sid nt Wilson. Roar Admiral Mayo rnpaOtSd Unit af ter the marines vv ! reieascd upon his dagaaad be gave tin- HosTOa csaamnnd er twentv -four hours to sabiu- Iks A mart ess osiers as an speesgy. Tkol time agperad at ; s'skaOk last nsjht I ami die report today did not say win th r the demand was compiled I with hut Daniels Interpreted pangs! lispitl. ii. s savim; ttiat I ll- .Mexicar bommsndsr hnd apologgggd as gnmn iijg that be bad complied with Mnpo'B demand. Liter Charge O'BnnnBknesey oiti-ciaiiv- reported Hswte'a apology for the arrest and detention oi the ma tin s, ami fosOjnirded a copy of the statement issued l.v Muoti.i. Krv.ni will await i full rert of all the C4r st. ne e-- ii. tore eSiHiigstilno whether ghn rta'a awpieuatlon will satisfv this government. Huerta to Punish Offender. .. ueita has promised t.. punish any federal ofAosr found guiitv of any i fanas. The state department thus summar izes 'Shaughness 's representations and H uei la's act ion : "Acting on the Inotfttetlons of the state department. 'Shauuhne sy rep reasnted to the Mexican forcluii offl(-S the extreme aertouanesa of the situa tion growing out of ike detention of United Slates marines by Mexican fed erals at Tamph o. A personal expla nation oi tne gravity ot tne occurrence was mode by n'Bhsngtineeey to Huerts himself, who Mated that in view of IBS fad that the charge il'afi'alrs of the United States had heard that a whale boat in which ASBCrtcan sailors were, was (lying the American Mag. an in vestigation will he made lo establish the responsibility of Col. fllrmjoss. an. if the invest Ik, ii i, m develops great re eponslbtllt) on the part f Hlnojosg. a penal tj applicable to the case will be imposed b) competent legsl authori ties.' "Hnerts also stated thai the go. -ernmenl deplorea what occurred in tins case, which has grown out or iKHIuni; more than the misunderstanding of a subordlnnts official. His aupsrlsc sfA its at i. nee proceeded to point out that 'i currence was untntenttal ami ii imposed upon Hinojoea disciplinary punishment within the authority f Oensral Bsrsgoga, tlOHisughnsBBj reported that tkeex pia nation SbOVS made had bSSg given to the prsse in M ieo City." Spaniards Must Go. I'oiisui Hamm reported that General Villa has reiterated bis order that ill Spaniards must have the section un der bis control. He also reports the confiscation of eoens of the psnleh properties. No reply has been rooeh -ed to pryan's communication to ar- ransa, iiimamiing mat an cases t ex plusion hi' eonsi.b r d on lb ir imliv id ual m-rits. The latest "tibial advices are summarized ha"tic conditions at Totreon are reported t the state department, but the command. r-m-ch:ef of tii forces i OCUpying the district has promised that all foreign propert will be pro le, ted. It is insisted. buU OVer, that all Spaniards must le,.- the BSCtlOW under his control and . mitlscat ions of abandoned property bavs uveuired." Railroad connections out of Ifontsr By have heen suspended since the flfSt vek in April TelegTtiphk communi cation is very dllhcult, Federals Attacking Torreon. HesJOo t'ity. April l.r-Tke unite I fader gl araalee attaching ViSn'e rwo tattonary Psroes, nrs gnknttaj at Tor reon, seconding to a if ofMoes ad at tin noon. The, have out the rebel I betwssu Qomss and Torreon U. S. Asked To Aid Spaniards Washington. April 11. Th.' BOSI ksh foreign minister toda) a.-ked Ajnbaass dor Willard to requesi the governm -nt at Washington io intervene hi fav.u ..f a thousand Bpuatsh eukjecta whs were egpelled from Torreon, REPUBLICAN AND BULL MOOSE SOLONS CLASH. Washington. Apri! 1 1 Political fire works, ii which Repu iMUBgg and PfU g resell i r dtsi-hnrged : ll Hades at one anoth'!', i" ' ' gt'i ii i emenl "f the iH-nioints i "k up in... h of the ses sion in I h House tod.. v. REALIZING THE STRIKE IS PRACTICALLY OFF, SCORES OF MEN APPLY FOR WORK U. S. OPENS CLEARING HOUSE FOR FOOD AND DRUG INFORMATION. Washington. April 11. A clearing house for pure food and drug information collected L.v the federal and state govern ments, with Or. J. S. A 1. bott. a graduate of the Chicago univer BfOj as the tcmp.u.iiv begA has been established by the depart ment of agriculture. , lack of oufot mltj in th.- . aforcsenent of the pure food and drug BMH ' speed t la- federal government much trouble. p ae eepa4 FIVE PRISONERS ARE SENTENCED Two Convicted of Criminal As sault, Get 3 to 10 Years Circuit Judge p ii. O'Brien tin afternoon passed sentences upon Bva prisoners, two ot whom vveie convic t ed and the reeaginlng three entered til .leas "I guilty. The Sentences are as follows: Nick )obia. larceny, ninety days. James Kib y. gsgaull with intent tt minder, pleaded guilty to simple as sault, ninety days. Dug no Hondo, eenrteted of attempt to vominlt riminal asaault, tWO to ten BUMS vvith roSSSggMnded maximum of these ream Herbert IHesklejr. pknteled guBty ts similar cftngSS, three to ten years, recommended maximum of four v. ,ir- James Taylor, SaSSUk vvitli intent to tommit criminal .-sanult. pl-Hd'l guilty to simple assault, ninety dava. in Bseung out tin sentence to Houde, th- court dvrsh upon tke serionsnsM of th,. offense and reprimanded the prisoner. Bkmsley sum was i liimnd- ad, th" eonri SSptelnUlg that the sen tence in his case was more severe lie cense of the mote revolting c ire urn stance surrounding it. The aiguments afl the chenge of venue in strike cases, a il! hegin Mon day morning after w'.nli ,;ic trial of Anton Slmiaska. on i ' barge of as sault with intent to murder, erlU be gin. This ease concerns an alleged assault upon Htkg flspae early in Jan uary, near Kenton. Rapes received four bullet wounds in tin- melee ami he has since been con tined ,n a hospital in Marquette He baa aufllclsntly recov ered, however, to be aide to tsetif y Monday. SEEK TRADE OF SOUTH. Chicago Merchants To Send Delegation On Industrial Mission. CktaagO, III.. April U. A trade SX l ssali i dslsgstlon of the Chicago As sociation of Commerce wdi depart to morrow on a two neeka' tour to at ad) the industrial and COflMBOrofUl BOSSl bBlthW d the southeastern states. The cities to be visited Include LanisTille, Lexington, Chattanooga, Knonvllle, Asbevltle, W Inst on -Balem Qreeneboro, I'bariotte. Cohtmbis, ChgrlestoB. Au gusts, Sav annah. J.i. ksotiv jlle, MSCOU, Columbus, Atlanta. HontgogMtT Mo bile, Birmingham end Nsshvllls. EXPECT COLONEL APRIL 27. Fever Strikes dew of Gunboat That Searched for Colonel. Msnsos, BrasU, April it. -The river gunboat Ciuded de Msnsos hue return ed from a senrch tor the ftooseveli exploring party, bringing bach Cape AreUcar .! Magalbaes, a member of the party. 'oi. Reese roll Is expected to reach here April J7. The eras ef tke gUnbOSt was down with fever ami th Vessel w as without supplies. iil Roosevelt w-ni form a ptnctlon here with the members f the various groups into nktch the expedition w is broken up. PLAGUE SPREAD BY FLEAS. Cuba's Chief Surgeon Blames Them and Not Rats New rleans. La.. April II Pleas an nd m sacks rrll gar, gnrl not rats. ar- responsible v r lbs reci enssi of I. iii... uu- plag ue cording to Surge pec tar of anatta 1 1 uba. in a letter it Havana. I 'ubn, SO n John Unit, ras, dl n for tin i - public of to Ir s. ai l hiw ling f the Louisiana BtSte board i f health. Surgeon Huiteras sav he ndUCtOd Jnore than laUnat. rv i i rtHtOUl with rats, and that none aSf found t.. he in fee ted Ho then com I idod Ions bad Bprsod IhS disiM-. GUERINGER TO HANG MAY 28. Kansas "it Vpi il i 1 . i.-rln -Kr. one of the Ave men who i' o ke.l Mrs. Oertntile ShedbT. a tun-e. was toda) sentenced t.. hang Ma.v NUMBER 140 Strikers Know They Could Not Live on the Greatly Reduced Benefits If the Strike Was Con tinued by Vote o APPLICATIONS ARE ON FILE Approximately 350 Seek Jobs in North End District Alone and at Calumet & Hecla Large Number Apply That the geetnbsre of bni bosss to strike la Inst, remslnlng strikers and the Western Kedet-ation a full realization that IBS regardtiaa of the out ome f the vote on bringing n t.. an odscisl end, which will he taken hy ea b of the five copper ("uiitry locals taSBOgPOW, is evident mi every hand toda.v Antici pating that tomorrow's vote will tet miuate the strike, and with the , - tntnty that even if the strike is eon tinned the Lcnedhg would ie eut to such an extent thev could not p .s.sibl.. BgSSt upon them, scores (.t strikits tia sped Usee b) th- tore lock today and formed tke mine "Hues, turning uvcr their union tards and applying for work. At the Ahmeek mine, one bundled fortv nu n. former strikers, applied Uf work vesterday ufternoon and tinlay. At the Mohawk mine, more than fifty asked t. be re inststsd. the number m I eluding two brothers of a prominent )IBcer of the Calumet local. At Alloues i there were likewise about fifty appli cations for work submitted by former Istrikety iin,) a like BflBSbSf gpptled for I work at the Wolverine, making about '' applb-attons received today and yesterday at tksss four mines alone. ts eddttton to which there were several eoore "i epplicatlong at the '. . H. and Ubgldggllm M're than tiftv ap plied t"t nark at the two Ksavggrge bran hes ef Ike Oaceoks, in sack oaae, the BfiphYallune were placed "ti file and will be consi I red iti the rdei in which they Wefs re ceived. It is Impossible to Mate just how many men will he given work at this iimi . Pecans, d the fait that the Han cock and S.uith Range locals did not receive BntH today the rep on of tic district Union, unnoum lti( that strike Dene fits would be cut. the back to work" movement was not as genera' it the Quincy and other mines in that dtstti t nd on the Smith Range. The testing is general throughout the wistri. t. senses strikers as well as tkOSC not directly interested, that the strike is at an end. Whether or tad tke strike is .ailed off by the vote tongs row, it is recognized that members of the federation cannot long! r remain away from work, when the drastic cat in strike beneftfs announced l.v the district union Is placed in effect. Phgs Hb-s lhat have la-en barely existing on the gmognr beneBta received bavs in mam cssea gone without aeceesltlse, always In the hope, hased on the prom ises of the strike leaders, that vtep t one htsi la sight Roe thai th' thstri t union admits defeat, admits that sutli cient benefits can no lunger be paid, the fed. ration members are fullv egg gggsnl of the fa. I thev must make the beet "f the situation ami return to work. The re atom lies at industrial Basra In the community will be received wiib rejoicing. n every band theie is tin deposition to assist the striker i" th" tallest possible (xtnt. It ,s recognised the raedl and Me ef th. strikers ate a part of the li:.- th" community, that they have bOOB mis kd ari l the feei ng la everywhere OS pressed thai wb.n thev resume tluir vneggkMsg it srffi not tsks hgnj for the . "p" " oiintrv to restore its good nam as th. i.est mining camp In the world, the best pi. ue for ii wage-earner, d" spiie lite misrepresentations of condi tions Th dlscsntest among the -inkers over the delay of the district union PI BOgunlntknj them with the true farts, and prolenglBg tha atrugnrb r,,r almttat a Bmnth In the face of the rSTU know;, due there imuH OS Ss h"p,- sjptnntna Is bnon. The dissatisfaction is most marked among the Croetiaa and I'n mem ben the ledsratioa who claim the) have been continually mis Informed and msdo to believe thv Continued on St1' Pags. 4th Column. KING GUSTAVE IS IMPROVING- Stockholm. April 11 The surg-ons bulletin shvs "K la Uustave passsd quiet sight and had a gmal skssr. His pain has diminished considerably, nnd his coidtrion stves reason to honn ihr. will be n set-back to his recov ery .