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VOL VIII NO 190
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IT US II PEACE
Starts on Eight Day Trip Filling Va
rious Appointments and Talk
ing Politics
Herald Special
Washington D C Maich 1G An
eight day tiip coveimg twentyfive
hundred miles of trael was started by
Piesident Taft this morning The
tiip will include visits to Chicago
Rochester Albany New Haven and
Piovidence He will deliver addresses
in both Rochester and Albany and
will piobably attempt to settle the
trouble among the republicans of New
York It is believed by many the
piesident will be able to still the
present tuibulent waters in the re
publican brook Pains weie taken to
let it be known that the president
would discuss politics on his trip
The first stop will be in Chicago
wheie the president will celebrate St
the Irish
Patricks day as the guest of
Fellowship Club He willaddress the
conservation meeting at the Audito
lium in the afternoon later attend a
leception at the Hamilton Club and
the dine with Fellow
in evening the
ship Club The presidents special
iiain will leave Chicago late at night
for Rochester where Friday the pres
ident will attend the dinner of tthe
Chamber of Commerce Saturday he
wifl go to Albany Here he will be
met at the station by Governor
Hughes and the Mayor Cavalry ey
colt and will be driven to the home
of the governor as a guest In the
afteinoon the president will delfver an
addiess to the Tuberculosis Congress
and will be a guest at dinner of the
University Club in thev evening Sun
day will be spent as a guest in the
Hughes home Sunday night the
president wjll again take up his tray
els and go to New Haven where he
will attend a Yale corporation meet
ing From here he will go to Prov
idence and will then go to New York
reaching the city Tuesday morning
The pr6sident is due back in Wash
ington Wednesday
Battleship Withdrawn From Watch
on Nicaraguan Situation Policy
of U S Not Defined
Herald Special
Washington D C March 16 The
gunboat Buffalo which with its ma
rines has been encamped off an island
in the Bay of Fonesca for the past
three months sailed for Panama to
day leaving Nicaragua free from
threat by American armed forces
This movement closes the chapter of
the ousting of President Zelaya by
Secretary of State Knox and is the
natural result following the collapse
of the revolution under Estrada Mad
liz is not as yet in the good graces of
the United States but is considered
an improvement over Zelaya Knox
is awaiting fintlier developments in
the Nicaragua situation before defin
ing the attitude of tills country
TILLMAN GOES HOME
Senator Has So Far Recovered as to
Be Able to Make the Trip
Washington D C March 1G Sen
ator Tillman was strong enough to
stand the tiip from Washington to
his home in Ttenton South Carolina
and left this afteinoon accompanied
by his wife and daughter Ho de
dal es that when he is rested and
stronger he will leturn to his office
mil duties here
FEDERAL JUDGESHIP
Taft Discusses Texas Vacancy and
Mentions But Three Names
Washington March 15 President
Taft and Representative Itandell to
da talked over the fedeial judgeship
for the Eastern Distiict of Texas
which is in part of Colonel Itandells
district It is understood that in this
ronfcience the pieswent questioned
Mr Randell in regard to only three
men whoso names have been mention
ed for the place One was Mr Mc
Grady of Bonham the second was
Representative Russell of Tjler and
the third was Judge Head of Sherman
It is undei stood that John Hayes
Hammond is urging the appointment
of Judge Head The impiession is
that D Edward Greer of Beaumont
like Henry Maibh of Tyler Is elimi
nated from the contest Mr Marsh
having eliminated himself on learning
that the piesident was considering
seriously the name of Congressman
Gordon Russell for the place
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VOTING ON THE STRIKE
Pennsylvania State Federation of La
bor Calls on All Unions to
Vote on General Strike
Herald Special
Philadelphia Pa March 16 The
failure of the officials to indorse the
arbitration suggestions has lesulted in
renewed preparations for a statewide
Ttrike The state fedeiation of labor
has sent calls to all unions to voteon
the strike question at once and if the
vote is satisfactory efforts will be
made to get the strike under
early next week
way
Leave For Chicago
fHeraia Special
P Washington D C March 1G
Chairman Knapp and Commissioner
of Labor Neil started for Chicago this
morning where they will act as med
iators between the railroads and the
firemen in the threatened strike
Want Quick Action
Herald Special
Chicago March 1G Quick work on
the part of Knapp and Neil is now be
lieved the only hope of aveiting the
strike of the Brotherhopd of Firemen
and Enginemen when the commission
ers leach Chicago tomorrow Pi evi
dent Carter of the Brotherhood de
clarcdtoday that the men want a
quick decision reached or a general
walkout will result The date of a
stiike in the case of failure at aibi
tration has not yet been decided up
on The Brotherhood committee held
a conference this morning and are in
session again this afternoon
I
SAMS STORY
Woman Accused of Murdering Her
Husband Tells Her Troubles to
Wife of Accused Man
Herald Special
Watseka 111 March 16 Heart
Tsrolfen at the TToStlIUy ol her lonncr
neighbors Mrs Lucy Sayler sobbed
the denial of the charges against her
to Mrs Miller wife of Dr Wm R
Miller jointly charged with the mur
der of Sayler Mrs Miller believes
the statement made by Mrs Sayler
and will stand by her Mrs Sayler
said the families were old friends and
that her husband was not jealous of
her company with other men She
told of a trip to Europe with Peter
Weast a millionaire at her husbands
lequest She said her husband was a
bankrupt and sent her to Weast to
get funds for him She says Weast
clothed her and sent her daughter to
school She said the friendship of
the Milleis was platonic The work
of selecting a jury to try Mrs Sayler
and the other defendants is still under
way
ROOSEVELTS KEPT BUSY
Being Shown a Royal Time By the
People of Khartoum Colonel
Hutchinson Doing Honors
Herald Special
Khartoum March 16 Tlieio has
been no lest for the members of the
Roosevelt family today The morn
ing started with an eaily trip to Om
duran battlefield followed bj visits
to hair a dozen places of interest and
then a return to the palace for lunch
The afternoon was given to witness
ing the gymkhana races on the polo
giounds followed by a dinnoi The
trips today have been made under the
personal supervision of Col Hutchin
son
NOTES OF INTEREST
Government officials have gone to
South Bethlehem Pa to investigate
the steel workers strike
Labor Commissioner Neil and Chair
man Knapp go to Chicago to mediate
between the i ail ways and the firemen
Murphy and Macy say there will
be no fieczoout of Bryanltes
Section Foieman Cunningham who
assaulted a young lady at Jones Ark
Is In jail
F B Kellogg arraigns the Standard
Oil company before the U S supreme
court
Pinchot Couldnt Go
Herald Special
St Paul Minn Maich 1G The
state conservation congress opened
hoie this morning Ballinger address
ed the body this afternoon but Pln
chnt wired that he could not be pres
ent
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