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THE INTELLIGENCER HAS THE LARGEST MORNING NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION IN THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA ■ THE WEATHER Unsettled and Warmer Thursday, Rain by Night and on Friday; Colder Friday. _ VOLUME LI X., NO. 200_WHEELING, W. VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911. PRICE~TVVO CENTS Tornado Wipes out Towns; 23 Dead -i__ Storm Sweeps Through West Whiting, Has., ami Big Heart, Okla., Are Almost Com pletely Wrecked. A Hl'NPREI) INJURED IN BIG WIND STORM. Believed With Progress of Search Many More Fatalities Will Be Found. CHICAOO. April 12—A heavy wind-' storm attaining the velocity of a tor- ’ tiado in some sections and accom panied by rain, hall and lightning, swept over western Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma today killing 23 persons, practically destroying two towns, injuring almost a hundred per sons, wrecking scores of buildings and putting almost every telephone and telegraph wire in the territory out of commission. The tornado levied Its greatest toll of dead at Hig Heart. Okla., where eight persona were killed, ten Injured and almost every building in the town was wicked. Whiting. Kan., was practically wiped off the map. sixty i buildings being blown down, thirty people hurt and one. Mrs. David , Stone, killed. Loss of Life. At Powhattan. Kan., a woman and child wore killed. A high school building was wrecked at Eskridge. Kan., a number of houses damaged and from 15 to 20 persons In lured. At Hiawatha, Kan, a school was blown down, an 18-year-old boy named Pelt on killed and several buildings struck by lightning. Several persons are known to have been hurt at Netawaka, Kan. A boy was killed at Manville, Kan. Reports Incomplete. The Kansas end of the tornado started near Whiting and swept in a southeasterly direction for a distance of fifty miles. It is thought that many persons were killed and in jured that had not been reported at this time. Telephone and teiegraph crews are working now that the storm has abated. to get their wires In shape. It is an arduous job as only one wire is left Intact between Kan sas t'lty and Topeka and telegraph communication between Kansas t'lty and Oklahoma points was cut off In Kansas rlty the storm did little damage Four horses were killed by lightning and some hn.ldings struck. Tho rain in Kansas City lasted about one hour and was heavy. Hall ac companied It. Two mor- deaths were report---! fr-.m n-ar Hiawatha lata to-night. < J-h-aJdin-- M-Is-nh< Im-r I - years old. and a small child of Otis Mellull, arc the victims. Many Towns Damaged. TOPKKA. Kas.. April 12.—A tor n-ido. traveling In a southeastern dl rection. restroyed the town of Whit ing. 23 miles north of Topeko late this afternoon. Sixty houses were Mown down and 30 persons Injured Meager reports received hero by long distance telephone to-night Indicate that the town of Powhattan. Neta »aka and Kskrldgo w ere s'ruck by the sarao storm Go in Auto to Aid. MISKOOKK Okla. Aprtl 12—The town t.f lug Heart. Okla. has been blown sway by a tornado, according »n reports received here at the offices of the Missouri. Kansas and Texan n»Hw*v. Mig Hart Is In the Osage nation* and on iff" Midland Valiev Kallrnnd. Many are reported killed In the tor noda st lilg Heart, and relief train* and n-itomobllos nr« leaving for the stricken town from Pawhuska and Avant, Okla Fear Lynching Abductor* of Waldo Rogers to be Con fte*-j -n Penitentiary for Safe K eepmg T,AF VTK.tM. V M. April 12 The breitmlnsr- hearing of Will Huger* a-d .P*. Wirg'ir- confessed st>duetors fit it|«» Waldo Moger*. npeneo here tods- \* Moyers I* an uncle of the toy who -a* kidnapped from his moth i r on tl -• n eht of March 29, there was mt»r h feel In g against him. snd I* was deeid-d to take I Im snd Wiggins to the per 'entlsrv at Manta Fe for safe keeping \ X Moger a, Jr. father of *b« I Jo Pl-c'l Ik-,, paid Itl.'-uo for tits recovery Mill Honors fold where tl '- money was hidden ;ifter his arrest snd eonfessloa, and last nigh* It waa restored to <tti father Moth were held to the grand Itiry, V. Igglrs pteadtn- guilty and Itngers net gull'v 1r .artlty will he the d» fer.se of ' he latter. •M No Location tor Sanitarium Board of Mralth Bt»t«« N't City M*» Ash'd for Ant. Tuberculosis Hospital. OMKI.I TO\, VV \.. \|.ril 13 Kstaiwr two tO'-rnhor* of the Htf.tr liosrd fit i ostrol sr* ont of the rlty. the ron*< rnplut*'I taPMIng between ihst body nn<l the State fiusrd of Health wim r ot ln-ld to blyht and mn not l.e held to mrtrrow, so the mem ta t* of the b* sit I board will return to tfealr homes. RECKLESS AVIATOR FLIES CHANNEL IN A FOG JSSY Lr.s JIOLJ.NKAUa, France, i April 12.—Aviator Prler arrived here1 at r..4r, o’clock this evening from London, having made the trip of about 21*0 miles In a monoplane without a mop. Prior left Hendon. ne*r London, on his flight to this suburb of Paris, at 1:.17 o'clock this afternoon. Above the English soil the aviator found fog and _I squalls and going higher and higher in an endeavor to obtain better weather, crossed the English channel near Dover at the height of 3,200 feet. Leaving the channel behind him. Prler encountered tine weather until he reached Beauvais, 5 miles from the French capital, and from that city the rest of Ills voyage was made through a haze. Prter was wildly acclaimed by a dense thronp as he stepped out of hla machine after aliphttnp on the Isry aviation Held. The monoplane used by the aviator was the historic machine with which Alfred Le Blanc, the French aviator, won the $2d,000 prize by finishing first in the preat crosa country race of 488 miles on a circuit eaat of Paris last summer. Three Battles in Mexico j. INSURRECTOS ACTIVE SOUTH OF i ClUDAO PORFIRIO DIAZ. Heavy Loss Said to Have Been Sus tained In Two Engagements. SAN ANTONIO. Texas, April 12 — Three fights between federal* and In surrectos occurred Monday, south of Ciudad Portlrlo IHax, In fhe first of ' which four federals and two Insurrec ! los were killed, llow the other two fights resulted Is not known, but re ports say they were attended with much heavier casualties than the first This Is the report brought to San Antonin by Jose Ordonez, a courier, with messages to I>on Francisco Ma deio. Release Americans Soon. Washington, ip»u is nng* dler-tieneral Anson Mills, the Ameri can member of the United States and ' Mexican boundary commission, today conferred with Assistant Secretary of State Wilson in regard to the capture of Kdw in It list t and Lawrence Con verse, the American prisoners held at Jaiiret, Mexico. The state depart 1 menf expects lh<- early release of both prisoner*, regardless of the farv whether the point of capture w-as on American or Mexican soil, in It* 1st e»t request to the Mexlean govern m« nt for their release the department p< it ted oul that tbosgh H det ded the arrest was on Mexican territory, the pnnnunj • limm-ll WTliTIIHn territory with »h*>lr prmurrr* In *ak ms thom Into \|i't!*o Thr inrn wrr*. rnpHirnl «» „ p|ar« oppnaltn fitindn I I'lp". f'hlhunhtin, on n atlp of land known an lh« • lalund.” Paaca Plana. V'A PHI NOT* Iff, April IS fni'lal I a'rpa to I rlriir alin'it prnrr In Mr*l -o. wrf r fMk«n hrfn to-dnr *|r V«a , m* h'*d . f thr ronfldrn'lnl n*in>, | .r it,.. r< wdiltlnnlaia In thr fnl'ril ii-« *»aw • ■ -I ka had tnpirtrd tin '«• rr.n«*m<n’» tm'Wrrn Mm ramn ■f ■'mi'll In i hlhimhnii and W*«h Thu flrat nv »«»*•* form Mr 'Inman In ’ to w*• i writ t ilk In fhr ntpbor ■ f I'1 r | | iMonlai* -III an in-■ ,v r la r*|rf*-t#.1 wlfh'n i'4 hour* Mina Inquiry Oalayad. I' PAXT'iN Pa, April |; nr. t ' r» of an v Klrnt t u,„ mnln „haf« i r, nqat rolllary, »hl-h mada I irnfi .il,|, to d»«"n'l Info rhr mtrm, j • ’ " ■»*•'• r a Jurr to Inqiilrn Into Prl ' « ritnn i|Umti»r, did not rnrrf fo i. nnd will nor m-ri until poaalblp t*lr Tbr mil'f fond baa now i frr * I,, n ihr | . i/iAii mark r The conference wan for the pnrpone of d*« Mlnrt on a »lt* for th* state 1 t'lherrnfnafa aeriltartnm In dl*rtinning I the matter tonight the doctor* ,Hy I 1 they hare no partlenlnr place to roe otnn end. No city ha* naked for the hoaptfnl. ktnotlK the member* pre«« nf are t>r l**hn I, linker, of Wheeling. |tr I, S Mrork. of Morgantown. Ur C " llaltertnan. e»f t'larknhiirg; |ir A | It Warden, flraftnn. Iir II A. Itarhee, I'oinr I'leaaan', and I*r V. I,. Hod bey and Ur. Ixtanaberry, of thla dtjr. City Mourns CLOSE TO 200.000 AT TOM JOHN SON'S FUNERAL. Business Suspended For Five Minutes In Cleveland for Ex- Mayor. CLEVELAND, O, April 12.—Brav ing the chilly winds and drizzling rain an Immense throng of people, various ly estimated from ISo.uOO t<> 2»o,QOO, stood in the streets late today, espe dally in downtown, and paid silent tribute to the memory of Tom L. Johnson as hla laxly was conveyed from the family apartments in the Knickerbocker on Euclid avenue to the Cnion depot. The train bearing the funeral party departed at : 10 p. m. over the Lake Shore railroad, and will arrive in New York at 9:11 o'cliwk Thursday morning. The casket was placed In the bag gage car. and ihe n«>urnrra and friends occupied the private car Liv ingston. The simple funeral cortege consist ed of the hearse and the mourning party In four carriages, preceded by a sipiad of mounted policemen Ling before the cortege left the Johnson home the streets were lined with people despite the cold wind and drizzling rain. As the proeesslon passed down the streets, the men re moved ha's while women bowed heads. Flags at half mast floated from the buildings, atul In store win dows pictures of the former mayor were displayed draped In Mark and Ihe stars and Stripes For five min utes, during which time the cortege unused the rltv hall * tu rn Mr I..he son had so Iona presided, most of the stores In the downtown district aha pended business The court* were also adjourned, and municipal hual ness generally was suspended RATIFY RECIPROCITY Expected Canadian Parliament Will Act Soon After Eeeter on Treaty, OTTAWA, Pan. April 12 ’The l«i«lflon of rerlprorltv In the Can» dlan parliament hns been greatly |rn proved by the decision of congress to deal with It before taking up of^tcr questions tin the extensive program of the ftemorraflc lenders.” said a member of the aovernment today ■ The opposition, which has Iwcn as rrcsslxely against reciprocity from the first, has Iwcn basing Its hopes largely on th« eipectatlon that at Washington the Itemocrat* would dc lay ratification of the agreement tin'll they had carried through the remain dcr of their legislative program, or sould combine the consideration of the Agreement with the woolen ached i tiles or something else "I expect to see parliament ratify • he agreement soon after the Ka»ter recess, which ends on the lhth Parliament adjourned for a week's recess covering the f aster holidays Boy Blows Hand Off. BOMFRMCT Pa. April 12 Alvin Trcvarrow. aged 14. while playing with a dynamite rap In the school room to-day exploded it and blew off hla right hand. Elect Kenyon U. S. Senator CHOSEN IN IOWA ON SIXTY SEVENTH BALLOT. Legislature Deadlock at Last Broken to Choose Successor to Senator Dolliver. DES MOINES. Ia.. April 12—The deadlock In the Iowa legislature ended this afternoon, shortly before 1 o'clock, when Judge Willi..m 8. Kenyon, of Fort Podge, was elected , I'nlted Stales senator to surce- d the late Senator Jonathan I*. Dolliver. fob | lowing perhaps the hardest scna j torlal contest ever fought In Iowa ! The election came with the slxty seventh ballot and was attended by I tumultous scenes. In which Kenyon 'adherents displayed their enthusiasm ■ by to«sln t hooks and papers about i the legislative bah. I On the second 1 allot of the day vie • tory was urougbt to Attorney (Jcn . eral Wlskersh.ini s assistant, when Senator Chapman, of Cedar county, anti Represent.i'Iyo Van Camp of Adair, wlo had bon ron-Mstent sup porters of Supreme Court Justice Horace E. I teenier changed their votes. Then eamo other chances In quick succession, and when th« bsllot i was counted. It s*ood V. for Kenyon to l!t for [acnier and f.1 for Olsnde U porter, liemocrat WASHINGTON. April 12. The election of Wm. S Kenyon for I'nlted Htates Senator from !»wa was espe ] clnlly pleasing to President Taft, be cause of Mr Kenyon's official cornice tton with Hie administration and be cause of his progressive attitude In many matter* In which thy pr*ald*nt ha# been Interested Nab Bad Money Peek of Counterfr t Dollar* Secured With Alleged Maker of Spurious Coin. nTTsm no. p*. ap*' is s#™ Ann Heanta, an Italian eoal miner of j Johnafown, Pa . win held for lh« fed ernl grand Jury today In BJ.nnn hall ' on n charge of hawing In hla po**e« l »mn and attempting »o pa** rdunirr f'-lt ailver dollar* In John«tnwn with *lie nrreat of Sranln the I nlted State* atlfhorltle* heller* that a well d<vll-«d plot to Aoret f'atnlirla county with •ptirlmja money ha* hern prevented I On r a perk of the rllver dollar* were evhlhtted liefore ('nmml*«lnner Wit I Ham T l,lnd*ey to-day It I# alleged that a large nnmheg of coin* haw* heen hidden In P o mountain fa#* I ne*«o« of the f'onetnaitgh valley, and t'aptafn John f Waaher. of »h* I t'nlted State# yecre» aervlce, will make an Inveatlgatlon T«a wr * rime W**«*m F*tin*ytr*nle~ Swiw anti warmer Thursday; Fridag rata wad cold •r. tirlak to high sup*h winds OM»- Bell Thnrad*y n» Thursday right and on Friday; warmer Thwraday; r»1d*r Friday; high eonth wind*. Wywt Virginia—Unearned and warmer Thnraday, raia h* eight aad os Frida*, •alter Frida* Breaks Jail To Escape , Execution Charles Hickman, Condemned Murd •rer, Gets Out o 1 Beaver Jail Second Time. RECAPTURED BY GUARDS AFTER SIX HOUR CHASE Expects to Escape Again But Threat ens Suicide Rather Than Be Recaptured REAVER. Pa.. April 12.—Charles Hlcktnan, convicted wife murderer who escaped for the second time with in six months from the county jail to day was recaptured seven hours later at Shlppingport, one mile from here. "The next time I go no one will catch me” said Hickman when brought back to jail late this afternoon. “No one will need to go after me.’ Domestic trouble caused Hickman and his wtfe to separate. On Febru-J ary 1910. Hickman waylaid his wife, and shot her. He was tried and con-! vlcted of murder In the first dw**r An appeal was taken to the Supreme! court and while this was pending Hickman sawed his way out of the jail and for three days was at liberty. He was finally arrested at Mononga hela. Pa. Careful Planning. Hickman's second dash for liberty today showed careful planning. Tho bars of his cell door, seven in number were sawed. This work Is believed ! to have been done In progress for1 some weeks past. Early this morning) he gained entrance to the main cor-' ridor of the Jail. A key w hich he; possessed in some unknown manner broke in the lock of the door leading to the outside and he attempted to! saw- the bars of the outside window, j ills saws were dull and he made little headwny. Hickman then hid himself near the door When the Sheriff a son entered the Jail proper this morn ing h« left the door open. Hickman , passed through into the hall of the | Sheriff's home. Making his way Into; ihe eellar the condemned man gained, the open through a basement window. Hickman walked to Van Port w here j he stopped a buggy containing county t'ommlssloner Ewing Hickman re cognized the commissioner but was not recognized. He asked the way to 1 the nearest town. When Mr Ewing I learned that Hickman had escaped he told the sheriff of having met a man 1 OCSf. iail Port and a abort time 1ster j county detectives captured Hickman at Shlppingport. A death watch has now been placed over the man. _ Tariff Bills Reciprocity and Farmer*' Free List Measures Offered in House by Underwood. WASHINGTON. April 11—Two of The Tariff measures which the Demo ! eratlc house expects to pass In ad vance of any general legislation were introduced to day by Chairman Coder wood, of the committee on ways and means. They are Canadian reclproc t'y. following the Identical* lines of the McCall bill passed last session, except for a clause authorizing the President to continue negotiations for reciprocity with Canadian articles not covered by the pending agreement, l and a bill to put on the free Hat about 1 10o articles now dutiable under The general tariff IJoth will receive early consideration. The free list bill Is designed to pla- I cate farmers for agricultural losses which they feet they will sustain un-, dcr the Canadian agreement, but it i contains also some foodstuffs and boots and sb»es. sewing machines and 1 agricultural tools. PROTECTS HONOR Wp SHOT Gl)N Kentucky Woman Kill* Wealthy Mar. nad Merchant in Har Roam. K'tMEltKET. Ky.. April 12 Mr* Mr.gil lewis ah».t and killed Patton M i.ilows a wealthy merchant and I timber ■!< aler. near Greenwood to-day. I Mr* I.* wl* used a double barrelled ab, »• n the ront,-nta of both barrel* • t.l, ring Meadow's body Timm wne no witness to the killing, mi h o« ,-iirred In a room In Mr*. I-wls' h, me The woman surrender-, j r 1 and rb < lared that she had been o.in,e||e,t to shoot Meadow* after he had insult,-d her. The x'ettm wae man-ted. tearing a v Id, tv and ** t eral children. Canal Hearing To Be Held at Pittsburg On Lakes to Ohio River Peo|eet. WASHINGTON. April 12 The Na flonal Waterway* Commission will he . in Pittsburg Monday next for a hear ' Ing on the proposed Pittsburg and Ijike Erie canal, and a scheme for the control of flood water* OC D PROCEEDINGS. Th'e# Beys Arr#*t*d foe Play,eg In dian to Dotrimont of Small Boy. JoHMtTOWN, r*. April 12 - '•barred with ’ placing Indian" to th* 1 | trum fit of Ontnfrto tipple aged five, i \ tbr*e l-nys rnnalrg In age from tl to K, * rnr*. were given a hearing to-1 ntst-t A eettlement we* affected by tlirlr families The hoy* were , har* • I <d e.ih tletng young tipple to a tree, I tuiHdlnr e fir-- near him and then do I lea a "war danee" to the aecompanl- I I ment of blank cartrblge* The hoy | I w.ut teamed by hla mother, badly i I scorched about th# legs. 1 Base Ball Race On Doctor Guilty WILLIAMSON PHYSICIAN CON VICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER. 8tabbed to Death Grover Waldron.! Who Before Dying Accused Defendant. SDerlel ntupMrh to the Tntelllgenrer. HL’NTINOTON, W. Va . April 12.— Dr. G. L. Haisden. on trial at William son charged with the murder of Grover Waldron was found guilty of volun tary manslaughter. The Jury report ed this verldct late tonight after de liberating six hours. The finding car ries with it a penalty of from two to five years in the pen. Waldron was stabbed to death and in an ante-mortem statement accused Haisden of the crime. Haisden who is one of the most prominent physl-1 cians In the southern part of the state, claimed he acted In self defense. Like Trilby Girl Disguised As Boy In Tent On Sea Shore Under Physlcian'e Power. REMARKABLE STORY TOLD BY THE GIRL. Pitiful Confession On Wrapping Paper to Family Led to Oiacovery of Plight. ATLANTIC CJTY. X. J.. April 12 — 1 F. M. Girard, a physical culture ex ponent. was held In *1.000 ball here to-day as the result of serious charges mad** by Katharine Potter, who is said to be a member of a wealthy and prominent family of Sandy Lake. Pa Girard and his accuser, who Is about 21 years old. were discovered last night by her brother. S. E. Potter, of Chicago, living In a tent on the beach. The girl's hair had beep clipped and she was dressed in boys' clothing She had been missing from her home for more than a month. Unusual Story. SHARON. Pa., April 12.—Katharine Potter, who was located In Atlantic City with F M. Girard, is a member of a prominent family of Sandy Ijike, Ta. Mercer county. She has been missing five weeks It Is alleged she left home through an advertisement, and, according to a message received by her family to-day. Is anxious to re turn home ■ ir\ ri«ru itj .*» II Uv i ter's family la from a brother who de tails a statement from the girl. Miss Potter rays she had been a student of physical culture and had corre sponded with 'Doctor" Girard after seeing his advertisement in a news paper Girard had represented hlm-i self as being possessed of occult power, according to Miss Potter, ' and i once I had placed myself tinder his Influence. I was completely in his1 power I managed to escape his vigil however, after having accompanied him a few days and fled to Outcault a physical culture settlement in northern Pennsylvania. Ho soon found me and I again fell under his influ ence With him I went to Newark, i Hnhway and other New .Jersey points We returned to Atlantic City a week ago. Stnre that time we occupied the tent, within hearing of hundreds of persons passing dally, hut undiscoved ed until to night ” Conflicting Stories. "Doctor" Girard told the dcctivo I according to the message, that the young woman was his student by her own wish said she had shown ] marvelous mental development due to| his psychopathic treatment, and that his relations had been purely pro- ] fesslonal. A few days ago a letter w as re celved at the potter home from the| young woman It was written on a , piece of common wrapping paper and ■ contained a pitiful confession Her I hrottier took the first train to the sea-1 shore with the detective and had lit tie difficulty fn finding the tent at lha foot of Arkansas avenue, though half hidden hr a building in course of con | structloti I Slsth Century Reties. GORKI'. April 12 The German' Kmjteror who Is now residing here I waa Informed to-day of the discovery I near the Monastery of S» Theodore of I base relics of the slsth century he fore t'hrlst hy workmen engaged In! etravatlng Crushed Under Car. Rt’TT.KR. Pa . April 12 —J. H. Hteen j a wealthy dairyman here, waa crushed | to death hy a trolley car to-day after J hetng thrown from * horse he was j riding. Big: I>eaKue Clubs Open Season With Contests in Seven Cities Wednesday. PITTSBCRG W INS OPENING GAME FROM THE REDS. President Taft. Carter Harrison and Other Big: Men Toss First Ball. I --i BY FRED CLARKE _ Manager Pirate*. I CINCINNATI. April 12.—We ; arc ready to take the field la : the first championship game, and I am confident that the Pi rates will give a good account of themselves In the race, which promises to be one of tli- best in the history of base ball. [ am pleased with the con dition of my men. We had a splendid training trip and the recruit members of the team all showed up well. — Honored in one instance by parttak patlon of the President of the 1'nlted States and In others by chief execu tives of the cities, base ball—the Na tional game—began a six months sea son jesterday In seven major league parks and three American Association cities to the cheers of thousand* upon thousands of fans. Iietrol was the only major league city where the weather prevented the appearance of the players. Get* erally the crowds at the games were large mid v ildlv enthusiastic. In Washington. President Taft tossed out the first ball and lent his support aa a “fan" to the Senators, who beat Bos ton 8 to in a game witnessed by 16,. non. Champs Drop Game. The world's champions of Phlladek phla opened by dropping into the sec ond division of the first night's stand ing in the 1911 race through a de feat by the New York Yankees 2 to 1 f>n the other hand, the American League tall-enders of i:*io hegan with a flourish at St. Louis, where the lo cals easily beat Cleveland. The National league season began with an eleven inning tie In Chicago, where the contenders in the world se ries last year quit even with St. Loula after darkness put an end to the scor ing—1 to 8. Mayor eh-ct Carter Harrk ' son threw out the first hall there, and a like ceremony was performed by Mayor Raynor in New York, where the crowd of thirty thousand appear* to be the record of the day s opening. The Giants lost to Philadelphia by " min II 1IIII1I.K I WO-Dagger. Pirate* Win. Pittsburg took the opening gum* from Cln< Innati, while Boston, the National league tnll-endera of 1910, followed the example of the St Louis Americana and started the race for the pennant by defeating Brooklyn. President T. J. Lynch was a guest of honor at this game, and Mayor Fits gerald did the first ball throwing. The American Association season opened In Louisville. Indianapolis and Toledo, but at Columbus the game scheduled with St. Paul had to b« positioned on account of ralth Pirates Win DEFEAT CINCINNATI BY SCORE OF FOURTEEN TO NOTHING. Byrnes Batting Feature of Game—Red* Played Miserably—Pirates Were Classy. CINCINNATI. O. April li.—Pitt*, hurg overwhelmed cin Innati thla afternoon bv- « score of 14 to 0. In tb* opening game of the season Roth of the Cincinnati pitchers were hit hard and often while Adams. for Pittsburg, was well nlah Invincible, holding C|»I elnnntl to four sesttered hits. Bvrns* batting was the feature of the gsm* h«- getting five hits snd s bsse on halls out or the six times that h* faced the pitcher Cincinnati played miserably In the field The pirate* played sn exceptionally good gam* !n every department Adams had speed, curves and slants that fairly puszlcd Cincinnati snd the Reds scarcely got within flirting distance Of home plate fine man reached second, a solitary player got aa far hlrd and all the others with threw exceptions whltTid or perished at tha Initial cushion One of them earned his right to a temporary tenantry of the base by a single, another reaohad there through Adams' generosity and the third profited by Wagner's fumble which was the only pirate error In th* nine Innings. Byrne's batting was a feat or*, 'tiller played a good gam* and was the pivot In a remarkably fast double (Centumwd on Snvsntli Wage) Terse Telegraphic Tips ANT>r.RH<>X, !nd II r IHniH of Waahtngtnn, T» • *nah ragWnr aaleaman an* placed on trial here to day for farcin* hla wiv Into a berth on a train occupied by Mia# t'eell tfIII. daughter of a t'hlcago t'nlvantlty pro fca«i>r < 'aah rcglnter owner# and per aona hnvlna ridden on a Pullman alec per arc barred from the Jury. PHII.AnKT.rmA After three year# llloeaa J v Khodee. Jr. a former ath lete. died near here to day Ilia nil ment, a peculiar vegetable growth which attached tt*elf to the Int rat Inca, m an ihc nineteenth < ane In the hltt<<r> of medicine tlMAHA A fanhlonobly drca#ed w>man tried to a«jueeie through lha galea y the t*nl»n alallon. when her hatpin pierced the eye of Uaiemtn William Pepper*. Ha loaag lha algal ! r»m« naar ha» Inc hla hralo I plaroart 1/ »\\ Kl (a Mum Tha fla* nhla* r.rm- Mur K..»i Ki.mtar whan It waa | fira-l . ti fift v yaara aco to-day |o luii#hl lr* ha in th»- pnaaaaaton of Mlaa 1,1 la*: Cow lay. of Ihla ally. MONTE f'ARIdt Attemptlnff to fly fritt, I rati, a to «"oratra, IJyut l<«ama « nh h ■> a«r<tptan* pluncad down I tea far* Into tha aaa, hut waa raaowaS prt rtlralty unhurt NFU TURK Afaatura of a dinner •° talaphona nfflrRlt hara wan A ron« ' • ’•*' I ha ftr'l Itna to tlrfirer * !'*« mllap, tha farthaat tha huttiM voiaa haa haan oarrlad BALTIMORE—« hamp t'larli will h« toaatmaatar at fh« .National n—-a fonf-ran.-a hara Mar »rd Taft ia to praal'la at tha opanlns toa«Ion.