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thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight. Tuesday Probably showers. VOL. XXIII. CALUMET, MICHIGAN, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 25, 1914. NUMBER 186 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL TODAY'S NEWS TODAY MEDIATORS IN RACE WITH GEN. VILLA'S ARMY e) Aim to Set Up Government Sat isfactory to U. S. Before Rebels Reach Capital FORCE CARRANZA TO TERMS Without Recognition Any Author ity He Might Establish Would Fail Quickly , Niagara Calls, OnL, May IS. -in Um hope of rasing estnultahed in Mexico provlaloneJ government thai the Unit ed states oaa Mougiihni before the Conitltuttonalleta have control, 1 1 1 -ran-American medlstora are preparing for the crisis in their deliberations Thla crista i expootcd this mfc Should tin HtM rta government col lapM m Um Oonetltutlonallei vat) ap proachee, If la realised thai condltl n of chaoo Msfj anarch) wouM rocult. The mediators arc working rapldh, therefore .in Um bopo of seeing ootab llahed a new provisional goveriunenl thai may be given prompt recognition and euppori by the United States Hope to Avert New Revolution. The Mexican delegate! believe thai the government Ml iii bj the Conatl tuttonattsta oannol last lone 11 unrec ogntaed ej 1 1 - United Statee and 1 1 1 world pgwora Thai declare that new revolution would be Inevitable, ii i.s in the nags of averting stnh a con tingency that they arc relying upon tin- Uaitod siatcs ti enforce a girtel embargo mi the exportation of arm. to all factions in .Mexico. Should Currun.a Mill lie in the geld when an agreement is reached hen", ir is the opinion of the mediators thai ll" InftUaaeC of the I'ilitcd Stales may lie relied upon to bring the Const it it -th 1 1 ; 1 1 1 s t m to terms. ri.i Mediators are understood to s peci thai oven hT the Conetltutlonallit! do reach Mexico Mt heforc an agree ment is reached here, the American i-overngaent will not recognise them until principles for the pacification of the country arc agreed to. CANAL SAFE DESPITE FRAUD OF CONTRACTORS. Great Steel Locks Are Decl.ir-cl Strong by Engineers. Washington, l. ', May IS! -The .real steel locks in the Panama canal are aa strong ami aa safe as engineer ing skill can make thui and there is not the slightest danger to life or property in their use. notwithstanding the dlaclosure of attempted fraud In the supply of proper metal for their construe tii n. 'I 'lis statement w is made at the Isthmian canal oHIcea today when at - tentton was called to criminal pn ionl M i ts found b the grand Jury In Plttaburg Thursday againal Rye iteH tnakeis on a charge of conspiracy to furnish inferior materia! for the I' " I, . MaJ. Begga, in charge of the nana Offices here, explained lll.lt the attempt to deliver defective steel cm tings or caatigga that had not been full) treal ed and annealed, had been otacovered bj tin" iwvernKaeai inspectors before the material was worked into the locks BIG BUSINESS IS NEAR NEW ERA, ASSERTS GARY Also Predicts Country Is Approaching ' Door of Prosperity." New York. May The country is entering a new era of Ml: bueineu. ac cording to the address of Judge B, II. Gary, chairman of the board fllret - tola of the H lilted Stales Steel cor poration, al the Opening of the annual meeting of the American iron v Steel institute. As I read the signs of the limes." Bald Judge Carv, there is a well do veloped sentiment throughout thia country in favor of giving big business a lair eh. inc.' "I said six months ggo that in mv "pimon we were approaching the door of prosperity, l" not forge! thai we are six months nearur thai door, There are some favorable things to be Con sidered. In the lirst place we turn t the vear's crops that Is sotnelhir' thai cannot lie taken away even bj politicians," GETS SIXTY DAYS. Man Convieted of Drunkenness For the Second Time This Year. Justice Jackola this morning sen tenced Leonard Ua.limon to serve the next sixty days in the ntj fall he having been convicted of the charge "f drunkenness for the second lime in He MJMl sear. Itajiineii was offered a chance to provide a bond of M '"' Ins good hehavlor during the oomlng year, hut being gggibhl to do so, bMfc i lie jaii aegtawi e, TfcS ruxe of Mrs. Katie Putala. chart ed w it h asaaull ami ba "ci v bj her sister, Mary Cleasena Which WSS to have P. en heard In the courl of .In -tl .laeknla this morning, has BSSfl ontlnuad until Friday. I 'l' 'V ! ; ; ; j : THREE NATIONS BACK OF OIL PROPERTY OWNERS IN MEXICO. 9 aTsshlniloii. May .r). Ac - quisitions of oil pmpgftllg Off leases of foreigners ill the V Taiuplcn district, by persons "J who have taken advantage of tin- an farced absence of Um rlKbtful claimants, will he re- v pndialed bv Cleat l'.rilain, the Uttited Stales ami the Nether- dj lands. A I the instance of ! Bryan, u tripartita agroeaeonl has bOOg parf acted, lei hiring ! neither country will recognize any Bhang! in title brought ; ahoni aa lachlenl to Um min- p lary operations al TsmplCO, : : : : : : : : p-pp p pp e) STEAMER ROYAL EDWARD HITS AN ICEBERG IN FOG Message Says Craft Is Making no Water and Is Safe Lcndon, Ma The tt earner Royal Bdwardt of the Canadian Northern Steamship eompany. collided with a very Mage Icebergi IM miles anal al Oapa Race, while on its rnyage from Montreal to Avonmouth, according to a wireless todaj from Captain Toera- ers. The steamer struck the bOf end On, while k'oiiiK "deadslow" in a dO!MM dm. The Royal Bdward was gaaklng t little water in the foiepeak as the re sult of a twlstsd stem. The captain Ssrlared the daaaage w as not sari n , but il will he necessary t dock UM Meat ier on its arrival in Knglaad. a later maoaaga nays the Roval Bdward la nuaxtng no water, bad has been broaghl to a stop m the lag. Neil In r of the messages were dated. Steamer Is Reported Undamaged. Montreal) May a wireless re eel ved here gaturrts from the Royal BdWard explained thai the ship had ,ra.ed" an looborg, According to of- liclals the vessel was gaSSHSMgSd Ogjd proceeded on Ita way. No fiulher ad vices were received, it was staled to day. The Royal Bdward left Quebec T leada) MOf and was held up for sev eral days in the St. Laurence bv smoke from forest lire--. Ii has Slil passi ngora on hoard. BIG SHIP READY FOR WAYS. Boat OS; . Mass.. May J." . Arraii:- meiits bav.e been completed at the Lore River ahipyard at Qutacy for the la um hiic. there tomorrow of the Mg freight taaeaer Atlantic, the Sral of the veasaai to be boill tor the Baaery ntaanfiehlp cooapany'a proposed ser i from Boetofl to Pacific Coast potts by way of the rename canal, The second ship for lln- new licet, the Pacific, will be launched si Um Fhre River yards llext mouth. HOME RULE BILL PASSES ON THIRD READING TODAY Now Becomes Law; Uprising in Ulster Counties Is Feared London. MS) IS. The Irish bOOM rule bill passed the third reading of the House of Commons b) a majority of seventy-seven today. Under the pro visions of the parliament act the loll becomes law after thin OtagSi Sg it al- raadj has twice passed through all ii Mages In Mm House or CoansneM in two separate sessions and a veto of the House of Lords therefore has no I urther effSCt, The end of i he hard-foughl Btruggli came qttlel ami suddenly, the Unton ists refuel ng to debate the Mil with" oui further Inforaaattoe as to govern ment'e Intentions in regard to the pro posed amending of the measure. To discuss the third reading un der the circumptanoee would be futile BBd ridiculous," said Itonar UaW, had BT of the opposition, "l-t the curtain ring down on this contemptible farce. It is only the end of an .act and not of the Stay. The Koveinment can carry the ''ill through parliament, but the OOndUdlng ail of I drama will be in a country where appeal g the people will not end in n farce." The threat of civil war In Ireland before parttamenl oaa ba pM np in Dublin is engroaatng the attntbn of the nation. With ibe crisis so close at band, UtsMf hag made a rra niieineni s to assemble the provisional jfovern- meni and moMltse the weUaraaed i unteen tor resistance GREAT BRITAIN NOT TO BE REPRESENTED AT EXPOSITION. London, May 2:. The Hrltlsb ao - ernmenl has Snail decided not to be represented it the Panama PecMc ex p . ,iion. THIRTEEN NEW CARDINALS ARE CREATED TODAY p In Addition Announcement Is Made of Bestowal of That Rank on One Other CEREMONY BRILLIANT AFFAIR Pope Pius, in Short Address.Makes Plea for Political and So cial Peace Home, May -.". At a secret conaia toiy al the Vatican this morning, Pope PIUS crested thirteen new cardinals. A B Umber of biehopa from various countries also were continued In their sees. At the same time official an PjOUncemenf was made Of UM creation of Ifonalgnor BeliO, patriarch of Lis bon, as a cardinal. His name had been reserved "in pec tore" at tin con- sistoiy in LUl. The ceivmony, accompanied by all the brilliance usual on such occasions at the Vatican, was preceded by a short allocution, alter which the names of the new cardinals were an nounced as follows: Monatgner BegiUi archbishop of QuaheCi I anada. Monalgner Qulaaola Y If endes, archblahop of Toledo, Spain. Monatgner Boniflnl. assessor of the congregation of the baty ofltoe Monalgner Delle Chlose archblahop of Bologna, Italy. Monalgner Csernock, archblahop of Bratergon, rlungary. Ifonalgnor Von Bsttlnger, archblah op of Munich, Bavaria, Moradgnor von Rartaaana, arohbiah op of odonge. Oeraaany. Monalgnor Peffi, archblahop of Vi enna, Austria. Monsfgnor Oiostlnl, aecretai y of the 1 'otlKreal Ion ol Sacraments. Monsbtiior Lerra, dean of the Tribu nal of the Reta, Monslunor Teeebi, assessor of the i onsist or 'a I rongisgailggi- Rlghl Ib v. Lraiu is Aiden Qaainat. FUNERAL OF JAPAN'S EMPRESS DOWAGER IS IMPOSING AFFAIR Million Torches and Lanterns Blaze When Funeral Car, Drawn by White Oxen, Passes Through Tokio Streets TohlO, May L'.". A million torches an, lanterns Illuminated Tokio la.-; night when the body of the Bmpreu Dowager Maruko was borne through the streets in a beautiful funeral car drawn by while oxen. There bad been no pagsanl of such solemn grandeur here since the luiieral of Lmpi for MlUtOUhitO, a year and a half aK". PraaHlcally the entire American col on) viewed the procession Iron var olii- points of vantage, it is a rule that no Jnpnneae aubiecta may look do irn upon a royal personage from elevated points, whether the royalties be dead or alive. In strh I observance of this, aver door and wimh.w aDOVO the lirst dOOra Slona the funeral route was doeed, and daik. The ceremonies tonight were the mhnlnatlon of a aerlee of services hold daily since the BfgcMI death of I he Bmprces Dowager on April 11, Her actual death occurred two days agrlier at Numadau, bul tradition prescrib9a thai no naember of tin imperial (amlly CM die outside the capital, so the bod) of the Lmprcss was conveyed ( TokM, and driven smartly to the Aov ama Palace in a closed private car riage. At the palace she ' otlb ially"' died a few hours later. Service in Special Temple. Ill the six weeks since then, a spec ial Magpie as erected on the foyogl mllltar) field, eouthwesl of the cit, where the main f uncial service was held. In the HXMTntag the service .f "installation of the spirit" was per f 01 mad with gieal oersaasmy, The Bmperor, the BmpiOSS, Princes and rillltOSBSI of I be blood w ere present to pray before the ahrhsoi By nnoti crowds, augmented hy thousands Irom the country, tilled the streets. Tin people tH fop hours vvaitllii,' for thc coil, gs At dnl whoa the illumination of the route had I" en completed the Imperial collln gas placed in the funeral ear at Aavama Palace, and the procession Ibraned with a large military force at its he.nl. Amid dull, yellow and white banners and lor. lies, -ante the funeral commlaalonera, accompanied b) their secreinries. and court servants dressed in aSMMnt robe-- lnterspeis.il w etc men gearing evergreen trees. The advance of the cortege was al .;. ; : ; : ; BULK OF THE POST ESTATE IS LEFT TO WIFE AND DAUGHTER. : V .1 hinKti.il. Mac The : wife of Charles W. Lost, of : 'Utile OfOgk, Mi( h., who died at Santa Hnrbara. t'alif., ..n May !, filed here today for probate, leaves tile bulk of the estates, eattsaatod at twnty millions, to the wiiow. Mra. Leila Poaf ami v daughter, Marjorb Lost riose. v p HORSE THROWN INTO TONNEAU OF AUTO; 2 DEAD Peculiar Accident Is Fatal to Child ren at Burlington, la. Burlington, la.. May J.'.. A boy of twelve ami a gtfj of three, children of I fad LeutKcr, of this city, were fa tally injured, dying later, and other members of the fsmilj elightly hurt, when an automobile containing Lout ger, his wife, holdlnv. 1 1 three weeks' oi I babe in her arms, and four Children, struck a horse anl buggy on the out skirts of the city last evening. When the macbiic lot I he lu.rse and vehicle, the animal was thrown glmoal bodily into the toonesu. its head struck the heads of Die hoy and Kill, fracturing their skulls. They died in a bos. dial. president of BneSleh benedictions, Monalgnor s rln, archbishop of Lyons, franco. The pontiff was surrounded by all I lie meiiihers of tile s.c i ed collene liv ing in ltome. ami by those who are now here, Including Cardinal Orb bona, I'orley and QCoWMtt. Tin- pope appointed (ardlnal Volpe to the ofllce of eaarnberlaln, in which position be will Blreci the affaire of the church ll"'illK tie conclave. Cardinal yieaajlu, formerly apostol ic delegate In the United states, aJao was raised to the mark of chamber Inln. The allocution of the pOpS WOS a Mrong appeal for political and social peace through the restoration of relig ion and the Influents of the church. most noiseless, tli, streets baVHlg been rsrvated with a thick layer of aand, Taa funeral Hutea were beard as the luiier al car itself approached. It was led by Baron Matano, minister of the Im perial household, i striking figure in while, whose wa) was eaablaaenod uy tori lies. Funeral Car Is Beautiful. Three whit,' ..on Hi reserve plodded ahead of the two which were yoked to the funeral car The car was of cubic form, with its Interior esojulelte!) la - gaerad, partly in bhsMi and partly in chestnut. Bamboo Mkeda iuiiik from the 8(uare opeiiitiKS, and brass cur tains from the side. The esea were covered with a rare white cloth and their horns wen wound will; mat. rial of the same liAliuv, The people boW c,l and wept ai Hie imperial hearse advanced. Later ragM hundreds of priests and bearers of tin' COUft KoitRs and the tambours, and of many colored streamers and banners. The Princ s of the blood, cab With his retinue, holders of high Imperial orders, Lords-in-waiting, members of the Diet and several regimen! of mllltar) and bod ies of marines swelled the line. U. S. Ambassador Is Present. A sacred gateway marked the en trance to she umple ajfeemd, The Emperor ami ahnpreei had already ar rived and were ated on a throne near the principal shrine, while the diplo matic corps, Including Qsurge W, '.u thrte, the American ambassador, had als., taken then phsCOS In a rSdbTVed section. Standing watch tires, in Imltatl f those uned in the Imperial court yards ill ancient dS made up of pine faB Kt.. w ere ;i'-i in v arlous pari "i the temple in I roll baskets set on tri pods. When the funeral car hail been draw a up bcfori t he chief shrit.e I he dirxe was chanted and food offering! were ulven. inber offerink's Included Kohl hrM -ade, damasks, silks and ilk I bread, all pie ed in a box made of willow bran hi The Bnaperor paid his hagsage by readlag an address. He ws mtlowed by others representing the court and the Km pi re These, over, the curtains were drawn before the shrine and the Imperial (iitlin was borne to a special train aosjvo) Ing ii to MoaaoyaMa, near Kioto, to be laid away in a plot of land mar th. m I oleuffl of th. lanp. i- i Mutsuhlto. v ' the segarture, caaaon thundered from ShlniiKawa Hay sev eral miles aw. 11 and a vast boily of mourners honed their last reverence . G.O. P. WELFARE CONFERENCE TO OPEN TUESDAY . e Republican Workers of Michigan Will Gather in Detroit to Plan Campaign 3,000 DELEGATES EXPEGTEO No Formal Action Will Be Taken With Reference to the State Ticket Dstrolt, Mib., May IS. Republican leaders from every nook and corner ol Michigan are arriving in Hetroit to at tend tlM Htatl) Welfare eoiifereiice" which is to meet tomorrow. With present Indication! pointing to an at tendance of fully MSI of the part) workers the conference promises to be one of the most note big political gath ering! held in Michigan Is years, Tin- chief purpose of the gathering is to draw up preliminary plans f ir Um imaging state oaaapalgn. No for mal action is to be taken With refer ence to candidates for places 00 In state tlchet, but naturally there will be considerable discussion of Hie sub ject among Um delegates to the eon ference The fathering ib to b wound up with a hitf public meeting which is to have Senator William K. Borag of Idaho as the principal speaker. wii!i; to UM peculiar coiidit ions ex isting in Michigan polities at the pres ent time the pewsssdhaga ai tha Repub- ttngg conference will be followed wih more than ordinary interest. The Re publicans believe they have a chance to make a clean swco of the stale olllces in the next election, though they roaUne the fact that Bmi must have an A No. I candidate for governor if they win the v ictory. Governorship Is Problem. The iiestion (hat is now uppermost in the minds of the Republican leaden is whether they can pick a man aoie to defeat Coventor Soodbcidg! B. h'eiris, provided the attr, as is ex pei led, again beads the iHinocia" ticket. Governor I'erris incurred coueidor- able enmitv SjBOIlg thO MbOV leaders of the stale when he sent the militia into the upper peninsula at the bggfaV niiiK of the ureal copper strike, and the union men have been bitter in their gaaunclatloaa f the cider asecu tivei aetloa, tlsiiMiini thai ba wUI never receive the vote of the labor element gggtflt. Og the other hand. gagS slalwait Lepublicaiis In the up per peninsula, business men and in tluentia) citizens, who have always rallied around the G. t). P. Btandar l. have openly declared that I'erris can have their votes if he runs again, and they have commended him because of the arm course be aeswaocj during Um labor i roubles. Republicans Are Optimistic. Governor Perns was elected in 1!M2 by a substantial plurality, but the Be publicans Bgure that the conditions next November will ie entirety differ- ent from the situalion as It existed two years BgO, If the Progressive vote falls off as much next fall as It did In last spring election, the Democratic Candidal! must receive thousands if Republicana votes to be returned to otllce. Moreover, the Republicans hope to have a far stronger candidate 10 bead their ticket this year than was the case in 1 !1 -'. Two Named as Candidates. Already there ale two avowed can didates for the RepuftlMan nomination for governor. They are Secretary of Slate ptederuk i '. M a rt t n da le a ml Al ex .1. liroesbeck. chairman of the Ke publican State central committee. Both are residents of DOtfOtt There are man) prominent members of the par ty who believe that il would be wise to pass up both Hroesbcck anil Martin dale in naming the head of the ticket. There are BO objections to either man personally ami both arc raeugnhMd aa loyal party men. Hut Mart ilida e has the disadvantage of having been an unsuccessful randtdnts for the nomina tion two vears avo. while the nomina tion of liroesbeck would not be calcu lated to win back many part of the Progressives. U. S. SENATOR BRADLEY OF KENTUCKY PASSF.;. AAAy'. Washington, 1. ('., Mar .'..William 0. Bradley, UnHed States senator i:om Kentucky, died he-.-e Saturdav Hller a lingering Illness aggravated by h fall. Senator Hriidlcv was one of the most dte(ngatohed BepubUbas leader! in Kentucky in his Reneration. An ora tor of unusual ability, for 40 years he had been prominent before the peopl" of his state and the nation. From the time he became of age untti his death, there scarcely was a state con vention of his (aVty In which he OXS1 not a prominent liKure. At the na tional convention in lM'H be was the hoice of his slate for president and 1 , . iv ed 101 rOtt tor rice president In l?s convention. v WOMAN, GRIEVING OVER v HER HUSBAND'S DEATH; I BURNS SELF TO CRISP, v DgtVOngeft, km May L'"i Magdalena Prutt r, aed sixty I five, widow of a retired farmer, S S tl is morning went to the cellar, '. lied paper and wood together ii. the OSS bin, sprinkled her OlethSS with kerosene, laid 0) t iii wn, touched a match and ; I urm d herself to a crisp. It la v I- believed she was temporarily dj deratiKed liy grief over tho death of her husonno. : : : : : d e : KOSSUTH, LEADER OF HUNGARIANS, PASSEHODAY Son of Great Patriot, Who Succeed ed His Father.Dies at Age 73 HmlaPest, May FYaocIs Kos suth, Hon of the K"at Hunuarian pa triot, died here today, aucd T.J. He Was an invalid for many months, and hi! death was not a surprise. In January last, during tha crisis in his illness, Kossuth was married on hi! sick tied to Oiuntes! Benyorksky, wi dow of his life long friend. Such had been the w ish of Count P. nv ..rksk.v , made on his death bed. Kossuth took bin father's place as the lead, r of tlM Hungarians soon af ter Iouis Kossuth died in 1KH4. Pp to the time of his illness, Prancis led bis countrymen in their political struggles with viKor and much suc cess. At on,, time he was minister of common c in the Hungarian cabinet. He was born in Hilda -Pest In 1 S 4 1 , and was the chics', son of I.uis Kos suth. At the age of eight he was tak en prisoner by the Austrians and kept for a lime In the fortress of Preei burg. Then he was lUicrnted but ex iled i Asia Minor, where he was joined by "in lather, and together they Weal to Bngtaed. Young Kossuth was educated in IsMSSSH I'niveisity o bge and in lsfil went to Ituly. lie was a civil engineer and attained much prominence in his profession. WhOg his father died Prancis took the body back to Hungary in accord ance wit li the demands of his coun trymen. The funeral was accompan ied by unprecedented honors, accord ed by the populace. It WO! then that be was Invited to take his father place as the Hunuarian national lead er, and he accepted, declaring be would work for Hungary's independ ence. Roosevelt, in April, IMS, during a spell in Kossuth's illness, visited him at his borne. HUNT FOR MEN WHO KIDNAPED REVPATMONT Horde of Detectives on Trail of Abductors of "Dry" Advocate Danvilis, til. May LooJa p- mont, greatly refreshed bv a sound sleep al the bOggS Of R0V P.ickel, pre pared to Kii before the ;ranil Jury today and relate the story of kidnaping. A happy surprise came to the minister this morning aa be entered the dining room of the Blobs! home when be be held his aged father and mother there. The greeting was most affectionate and teats Idled the eyes of those who W it Ii ssed I he meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Palmont, Sr., rang bed Danville from OfUSSUJO at fi o'clock this morning. Patmoiii s wife will arrive toadghl from New Jeisev. A horde of detectives, some employed by the ministerial aaSOCMtlon, others working ind pendi tit I - and three sent here bv the Pirst I'hurcll of 'hrlst. of Detroit, are endeavoring to ascertain the iden tity of the big red touring car. which Patmont asserts, carried him to a lone ly farm house, near Coiunsbia, where he was found a prisoner lab Satur dav afternoon by farm hands Patmont. who is a Prohibition ad vocate, had been missing since he ad dressed a 'dry" meeting at Sf -tvilb, III.. March .11. Afbgf his rescue Saturday he MM in part the story of his capture on tic night of March .11. According to his store, be was kidnaped ns be was re turning from the prohibition meeting. Prom that time until his release he rememlM-reil little. He said thai bt had been drugged. Of the four or Ave Ml who BSggWred him two wore the uniforms of police officer!. Friday night, he said, he was brought to the abandoned farmhouse in an automo mlle. There he was tied, gagged and a ia adened. ROOSEVELT TO CONFER WITH PROGRESSIVES Will Go to Washington Tomorrow to Begin Work on Plans for Fall Campaign MAY ALSO MEET REPUBLICANS Colonel Scouts Suggestion He Will Run on Joint Ticket-Will Call on Wilson Washington, May 2o. Colonel BuoggfOll vvlll be received by President Wilson at the white house tomorrow afternoon. The president Invited the Colonel to lunch with him. but I loose -vclt found it impossible to reach Washington in time. He sent word, bOWeVer, that be Would be delighted to call on the president during the afternoon. Conference With Progressive!. Oyster Hay, May The trip of Roosevelt to Washington tomorrow took on a new significance when It became known that he bad told of an important conference with Progressive headquarters, where he Is expected to see all Progressives in 1' nigres and obtain first-hand information on tl: use of events m Washington in the last few months. The conference, will determine in a large measure the plans to be followed in starting the ball rolling for the fall campaign. Roosevelt ha! been urged by many supporters to lose no time in taking issue at once with President Wilson. May Also Meet Republicans. Another possibl itcome of Roose velt's trip to Washington is a meeting between tho Colonel and Republican leaders. Reports that such a meeting might take place reached yster Hay today. It was said that at this meeting that the presidential campaign of tglf and the candidacy of Roosev. lt fin a joint Republican-Progressive ticket would be broached. The latter eug gestjon was scouted hy Roosevelt. He did not deny specifically, however, that he might meet Republican memibers of Congress while in Washington. Looks for G. O. P. Endorsement. Washington. May The Progress ive conference Sjgg arranged follow ing telephone messages between Rep res. mathc MurdeOh in New York and Representative Hinebaugh hre. It will be held tomorrow night. "It Is my opinion," Hinebaugh said, "that if the progressive element in the Republican party egg control their party they will endorse Roosevelt af ter he is nominated by the Progressive party," SUFFERS FRACTURED SKULL. Five-Year-Old Osceola Boy Struck by the St. Paul Train. The flv e-v ear-old son of Mr. anil Mrs. John Turk of Qooeoln was seri ously injured yesterday afternoon when he was struck by the St. Paul train Which had Just left Calumet and suf fered a fractured skull. The exact na tare of the accident is unknown. It is presumed the boy, who lives near the railroad tracks was playfully striking at lb. .ars with a switch as the train went by and in some manner got t close. The boy was removed to the Tamar ack hospital In the Cod! ley automo- !e which passed shortly after lie; ident and an operation there this morning, it is hoped, will have his MM. E, F.LEGENDRE'S CAR BURNS; OWNER SLI6HTLY INJURED FRAGMENTS OF FLY WHEEL BREAK GASOLINE TANK MACHINE IS WRECK. I.'Anse. May jr.. Pragmcnis of a broken fly-wheel penetrated the gaa- afkSa tank of the automobile of V.. P. UsOondro nasterday, causing an explo sion and lire which completely wrecked the car and slightly injured two of the occupants. Mr. ami Mrs. beSJansaYO, their two children, and Chas. Kclscy and Joseph .1 e ks. n. wets touring in the car. and when returning to IVAnse. near the Silver river, the fly-wheel brokke. An expulsion followed, and Instantly, I ho car was ablaze. In removing bis fam ily, Mr. bsOOadrS sustained but re; about his face and hands and tho fac e of em of the children was burn ed. PRINCETON FESTIVAL OPENS. Princeton, Ind.. May Princeton began the elebration of lis one hun dredth anniversarv with religious ser vices vesterdav and lodav entered up on a week of festivities. For a jnr the cltixens have teen preparing for the event, an.J their efforts pr..nil-. now to result In on of the most not ablo celebrations of its kind ever held in Indiana. Hundreds of visitors are Sgaot Mi to attend during I he week.