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LARGEST SWORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA.
AFTERNOON ft j THE WE 4THER THPTPT T5s v li J I .VI L N A Pair div; Suud.iv f.iir. : if ir- 'A .11 ;! JUL r. liuht .triable wire!-1. l wkk m i hi; a v :. iiion J Fair ..- r).', ; .-:-! ,v ' 1 1 . . . 1 AVERAGE DAILY NEWS-TIMES CIRCULATION FOR AUGUST WAS 16,473. lair: warmer, to Tr"i 1 ! ra t v'-" : r. d READ THE 'WANTS' 1 VOL. XXX., NO. 277. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1913. PRICE TWO CENTS jOiLld-L il n vv O JL JLJLVJULLd O ROOSEVELT HITS AT HALL BUT S But Present Condition Came, He Says Because New York Failed to Elect Bull Moose Governor. noein:sTi:i:. v. v.. .sept, in hi.s address before the Progressive .Mate cn Titin .Safrday, Ced. P.oose tlt deedai ed that In the eU-ction.s throughout Xw York state this fall "the dominant concern of our people f-hould be to prevent Tammany from gaining complete control of the Mate" and "that to this the lesser issues uuift give way." Hf argued at hn-Uh that thf pres ent predicament in which the state linds its public affairs is 1 1 1 - to the failure of th- people to pet a co- rnor last fall and a legislature pledg ed to the carrying out of progressive policies. While refusing to defend Gov. Sui ter UnosfVflt said that the governor wa.s impeached only be nsr lie defied Tammany Ha!! and that Tammany must b driven out. ALII ANY. V., fept. Gov. "William h'ilzer tried to persuade con triLutors to hi1; campaign fund not to testify against him, aeeordinir to evi dence adduced at his impeachment trial Friday. lie asked Duncan V. Peek, state superintendent of public works who gave $50'J to the fund to violate his oath tj ri the witness stand In event ho t-hould be oalleel to testify before the Frawle-y investigating committee. Peck swore. The governor, Peck as serted had told him that he too. would deny having recehed contribu tions:. This conversation he said, was held in the governor's office at the capital. The witness was examined by John P. Stanchfield as to the precise w-rds used by the governor. "What did he say?" "Jle aid: lo as I shall do. deny it.' " "What else was said, if anything?" "I said, 'suppose I shall be under oath.' "He iuid. 'that is nothing. Forget It.' " Attorney Himman cross-examining for the defense, asked Peek if it were possible that he could be mistaken about l single word that passed be tween hint and the governor. "Not a. word," Peck replied em phatically. Peck at. the. time of his contribution held, his present position, hut told the governor, he said, that there were no "strings" to the gift and that he did not feel that he was obligated to re appoint him. Peck was reappointed. The governor asked Henry Y. Mor rrnth.au. ambassador to Turkey who contribute. 1 SI.iumi to be "easy on him.' and "treat the affair between us as personal." in the event that he should he called to testify. This Mr. Morgenthau swore to when recalled to the stand Friday. He said the re quest was made by the governor over the long distance telephone on Sept. : last. The governor's attorneys gave indi cations of being completely confound ed by the testimony of these two wit nesses. None of them had the faint est inkling, it was learned that such occupations were to be brought by the sittorneys for the assembly managers. It was further brought out that Lb-hard ("roker, jr.. son of the former leader of Tammany hall, had contrib uted a $2. "On check payable, at the request of Siilzer to the order of "ish." and that the check was cash ed by Frederick I. Colwell f.lbged to have been the governor's airfnt in his Wall street transactions. lie Wantetl tin Cash. Croker testified that the governor wanted the check in a convenient form to cash it immediately because he w.'ls in a hurry to start on his cam paign trip through the state. This was on Oct. 1 but it was developed that Colwell did not c.sh the check until Oct. r.l. The latter testim.on was given by AYIlliam P. Houghton, paying teller of the Fqultable Trust company of New "York, who said that Colwell was his Sunday school teacher. IVmand for 'olwel's iroilucti"n Friday brought cut a statement from the governor's attorneys that they expei ted to get in communication with him Friday night or Saturday. He has been missing t-cvcrul weeks. The Croker cheek was one of sev eral unreported campaign contribu tion which were the subject of testi mony Fridav. John W. i'o. Thomas "W. F.radv. John T. P 'tding. J. Temple Gnatlimey. Luipoid Mendlebaum and Judge Lewis J. Conl in. all of New York, testiile, piat they had eontril) uted ch ks or ash ranging from $1"" to '?l.ee' 1:01;,. ,.f which was men tioned In th goernor's sworn state ment of campaigr. contributions. Counsel !'r tlie tb'f.-nst, fought des perately to gain from each witness testimony that lie had made tlie gift not for th purpose ,.f heij.iug tlu governor in his political contest but ; . aid him persoc.all . "Fidll't y.u gi"e this heks be- ause ou kn-w that the ro , rnor was in ati impecunious -iUKiition ? '"Pidn't you know the governor was J-.ard up?" "Iddn't ou gie this to him to help Mm out cirhcially?" Thse v.arc the que-tiou by which Judo Herriek sought to obtain from the witnesses admission that th.-y ha l plce r.o restrictions . n their con t riVolons. Th" quej-ttons twice precipitated a heated dis7ute a. to the a imissi'.dlity i f anv evhhce tending to show th :r.! nt us of th.e donors. T:ie result w-,s tiiat the o!e,-tion f can-.-! for Ma ;.j . nation t(, atlmitting the ei-!:-..., v. a twice overruled b a ot- vl i-h w as in keeping ree,dfi d by Ca -p:nior.s previously Pr.-oling Ju!ge Cullen. Cr.ker. Ir. Cox and Judge Conl.m and Era'::., all t.-tihed tb.;t tb. ir eutril 'itiMjis li id bt-en x".y X" th- ri fe, r , ir purposes than f o to irr.pilgn i xpen-es if h w Nh u-e th-m. DiMi-e HU Condition. Ihady t.:i'.,d tliit h- .m.l Judge f'oniaii and other e-ntri'iutoi to the f ind had dlc; ... j the question of br. covcrr.or's : nan ial condition at Til DEFEND BANKER SCHIFF PHOTOGRAPHED ON WITNESS STAND INSULZERCASE. "I gave Gov. Stilzcr my heck 'for Sir,."(iO with the untlertandlng that ho was to do with it as lio liked, said Hanker SoIiHT on tin witne stand, adding. "Afterwards lie offered to re turn the check If I would take it.".. t : v.::.v:::,.::. . F--;- ,"'.x--.. ; X... V . . . JACOi: II. SCUJFF, XFAV YOliK BANKER, TESTIFYING IX SUL Y.VAl IMPEACHMENT Tit I A E. the Manhattan cluh in New York. "Did you talk about the necessity of doing something to help him be cause, of his linancial condition?" asked Judge Herrick; Yes. we did." said Erady. (Iwathmey on the other hand pro duced a letter he had sent to the gov ernor whic h rad : ' Enclosed please lind $100 whirh I wish you would lumd to the people who are conducting your personal campaign as I wish this money to be devoted to that cause alone." The prosecution brought in Friday the lirst evidence to support till' charges that the governor used some of nis campaign funds to speculate in Wall st. Phillip Hover, head f the New York stock exchange of I lover, Clris-wold,K- Co.. and two of his employes testified to the purchase bv Colwell of ? 12.000 worth of Eig Four stock whieh was paid for by seven checks given Sulzer,,his own personal check for $900 and $7,125 in cash. These hecks were those of Theodore Y. Myers. John Tnn. Lynian.A. Sapuld ing. Edward F. O'Dwyer. John Y. Cox. the Frank V. Strauss company ami John T. Pooling. 5UESF0HS10.000 Mrs. Ord I. Luck, Whose Hus band Was Killed on Northern Indiana Car, Alleges Negli gence. An echo of a crash between an in terurban car and a work train on the Northern Indiana railway on Vis tula av. near Miami st. August 14, 1112. which cost the life of Ord I. Luck, came Friday when Mrs. Luck tiled suit in the superior court for J 10,000. l,mk is survived by his wife and two children. William. seven. and Uuth, three. He was employed as a I labon.-r by the railroad company. On the morning of the accident Luck was ordered to act as motorman of a Hat car which was part of a work train leaving ihe barns, according to the complaint. This was outside his line of duties, it is alleged. When the work train entered the stretch of single track between the switches at Sample st. and Sprincr hrook park, it is claimed the block signals indicated a clear track. At a sharp curve near Miami st. the train ran Into the interurban car. The com plaint alleges this wa operated by Fl d Jellison. . motor man whom, the plaintiff alleges. the company knew was careles. Luck lingered in the hospital a few hours before dying of his injuries. Th- idaintirf bases her case on the al- h-icat nn of negligence c on pan y. 4 - . - against the THAW LAWYERS GET MORE TIME FOR FILING BRIEFS coXCDi;!), N. H.. SVpt. -7. Coun sel for Harrv K. Thaw received for ma! assurance fi'ora (lo". l' lked Fri- d i that he would rant an etensin to' Oct. of the time fer t'.liim ii iefs in the extradition procecalui'.' WIFE OF VI X '.. . :. 4 ,, : : :.. ' SI.".. :'..' S ,-i''-Vr .T .. . ,,s ..... . . , ' - . -v' r- - .., . O- ...... F .O :: '- :;:;:... ..'-.r;' i :x-- : . ' 5 .V;:. :vl . v NO CHANCE OF KISS AND MAKE UP HERE Mackay and Make Families Hopeless ly Divided Ily Crossed IiOve Affairs. NEW. YORK. Xept. '11 . Friend of Mrs. Joseph Elakc, wife of the fa mous New York surgeon, who is suing Mrn. Clarence II. Mackay for $1.0UO. 000 damages for alleged alienation of the doctor's affections, declared pos itively Saturday that there was no enance for a reconciliation hotween Dr. mul Airs. IUake. A dispatch from Portland, Me., where Mrs. . Mackay is living, said that an identical situation existed in the Mackay family. Mackay, multi-millionaire telegraph and cable magnate, who is in Europe with his three children. Is said t have made an agreement with hi.s wife .be fore he sailed in June by which he would not contest a suit for separa tion on the ground of desertion. The alienation suit has created the biggest ripple in the ranks of the Four Hundred in years. WOMEN WILL BREAK UP WHILE SLAVE EVIL Mrs. PankhurM to Tell Americans Mow It Will He Done, Sajs ('liri-tohcl. PAIilS. Sept. 27. How votes for women will abolish the social evil and consequently the white slave trallic. will be explained to the people of the Fnited States by Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst. according to a statement made Saturday by her daughter. Christabel Pankhurst. Mrs. Pank hurst will deliver her first speech in the Fnited States in New York on Oct. 21. "My mother's lucid explanation of how votes in the hands of women will wipe eut this blot upon eivillzation will be a great aid to the eause in America." said Christabel. "Recently I wrote n treatise upon white slavery and its cure ,md parts of this will e re.nl bv my mother as both of us have the same- iews upon; this momentous subject. Men w ith their voies have fostered the social evil; it remains for women tr abolish it with the ballot. Pewhiskere.J pro fessors whose world is the four wal' of a library, claim that good moraN cannot be- legislated into a man; we w men will show thtm differently." DRINK WATER? YOU MAY GET THE APPENDICITIS PALIS. Sept. :7. That appendici tis is due to water drinking. N the remarkable th orv cd anced bv .-rl- entislf. here. The statistics collected I tend to show that onlv one in i0O j wine lrinkers is attacked b.v the mal :.'lv, while 10 per cent of the water drinkers are victims. oiu: moves (lrnci:. Attorney Lenn J. are has mo--d his ofhee to i"l Jeersoii Enildinc. w here he has a more commodious uiie of rooms and better facilities uenerall' for his j.raetice. The rirm of .ue an.t Pettingill. of which he was the senior member, lia ben diidved and Mr Oare will now uive per.iii,;ti attention to all business intrusted t' him. Advt. i- v. -v CITY G. 0. P. TICKET S LABELED 0. K. State Executive Committee Upholds Action of Local Re publicans in Supporting the Party Ticket. South land republicans who re mained loyal to the party and placed a ticket in the field for the munieipal campaign have received the unquali fied endorsement of the republican stete executive committee. At a meeting of this committee in 0 Indianapolis Friday reports of condi tions throughout the state were made. According to Fred A. .i;ns, state chairman, the reports were highly en couraging. Sims explained that al- I oough tne committee has no power ! to give directions to the republicans ! as to city campaigns, the expressed ! opinion of the members pi t sent wos i that the republicans in all of the I cities of Indiana should place straight j tickets in the field. i P.esides Sims those who attended the committee meeting were Knos i -Vrter. Shelhyville: Jeore Kreiten i st"in. Terre Haute; Perry Smith. VYar- ' saw; Oeome 1. Lockwnml. Munci,', j and Web Woodlil. Greensburg. I Another meeting of tip committee 'will be held in the ner future, at vhich suggestions regarding the re organization of the state committee, will be brought forth. PI3SE SHOWING St. Joseph county dairymen have been supplying South Bend with milk that tests as high as two percent above the aveiago, according to tests taken by ihe stat? board of health. A report from H. E. liarnard at In dianapolis, president of the board, re ceived by Cit.v Food Inspector Chas. Van Lake, shows that the milk of the county is free of dirt and that some of it contains as much, as ").: percent fat. During the past y-ar Van Lake has made si'- inspections of dairy pro duce in the county and very few Haws were found. The names in the last report and the amount of the milk test is: J. E. House. ?.'.'; W. D. Stov er, 4.C; C. H. Iluplev. 4.S: Albert Wolf, .S; Chas. Parrctt, 4.4; Rogers Dairv, 4.2; E. S,. Crocker. 4.T; Mathews Kuzmich. 4.S; H. W. Nel son. 4.: 1; A. V. Ftacn. 4.r,: M. F. Hill. 4.4; J. M. Luther. 4.0; J. 1). Shark, i.3; Jeoi(:e Palmer, 4.2. m i u L li riLfiLLll Id 'ULHII Woman Practioner Found Mur dered in Offices at Los An geles Robbery Not At tempted and Police Baffled. LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Sept. 2 7. Mrs. K. P. Ciay. a Christian Science practitioner with a suite of offices in the Hellman building, was found mur dered in her edhce Saturdav morning. The woman's brains had been beaten! out with a 10-ineh se-.tion of gas pipe. The police were unable to find any clue to the murderer or even suggest a motive. Mrs, (lay w;ts one of the best known scientists in the state. It is believe. 1 that the slayer enter ed the otfices between 4 and 7 Friday. Every one who was known to have been in her ottlces Friday is being sought bv the police. No one except the charwoman em ployed in the building could have en tered the oltUe after 7 la.t evening", otheials of th building said. One' of h" charwomen found the door to Mrs. (lay s office open about .". o'c lock 'aturdav m rning. Entering she found the Christian s'chience practi tioner prone on the floor, a pool ef blood surrounding her head. Her poeketbook containing a large sum of money, was lying on the desk untouched by the murderer. No at tempt was made by the slayer to open the locked drawers of the desk. iMrni-N(;in. cu nc;ks oitkt. Mornev Samuel H. Pettenill. who for the past two years has maintained J law otfices in the J . M. s. uunoing in connection with Lern J. Oare. has moved to 412-14 Jefferson Huilding. where he will, in association with Mr. Charles Weidl-r. continue in the act ive practice of law. Advt. MILK 1 V -4 1 W CHRISTIAN IE Just one day to Register This year it's Oct 6 DRESS PLAYS A LEADING RO f ' iV (5 fir ' 1 :?.' .. ';vc ;-..-5-Xt- . Vx;;vV-;-$xV;-;''' .V:: P ' ' "v' . ' s : . . -;-;.X y .; :. ' X X- .'. . . . J:-:''"' "v ' L : , ::, x.-vj:-xx is.xx;,: .; : , :..:: , : ? c -x': . . . .: xx;-:: t; -x ; : .x -v ;; : ixx .:, , .-, , 4 - JvV--; : i.S;:! P.v, :,V;x;Vfx-vx. j -r ; y ; v ; ,xxr::; : :;:.; ft -:- Vp4 - -.r-x; V v. ; ' - :: X:-X" . x r55 Px 1 f - If n- x c :V- ..: x X t : ' -x- . -,-;, MISS AIMtlE NNE KEKLL. i an important factor-in the success of a jdioto clothes ami evening dres., when worn in a sene.' "Dre.-s "Street thoroughiv up-to-d.ite and good to "The photo plav is gaining the years and years with respect to bing a forerunner of fashion. "Women patrons, of a picture play study the dres of their favorite faminine star, as well as her acting, and behooves the actress to keep that in mind." So says clever Adrienne Kroell, one of the most popular "movie" stars of the day. She practices her Indie f, too. wearing clever costumes in a clever way when the part requires t hem. TEN HEE) SHE ARREST FOR HOLDUP All of Them Deny Any Connec tion With Robbery'Which is Said to Have Netted the Three Thieves $50,000. TFSOALOOSA. Ala.. Sept. 27. Deputy sheriffs from Pdmiingham and Montgomery and armed farmers eif Tuscaloo.sa county have abandonee! the search for the three, men who held up and robbed the AJubama- Great Southern passenger train at Bibbville Siding. Ala., Thursday nijcht and the case is now entirely in the hands of the railroad special officers. Five men have been arrested nt Ku taw, Ala., below Tusctiloosa, none fjf whom is over 30 ' years old, and five others have been taken to the Tus caloosa county jail by special agents. All of these men deny connection with the holdup. x Various estimate? Friday night place the amount of booty secured as high ;s $10(000. Conservatives estimates, however net the amount of loot at $50,000, including a heavy shipment of currency from the eat to New Orleans. This cannot be verified however at this point. Mail Clerk Leander Poole Friday gave out the following version of the robbery: "The robberw was committed by three masked men. two of whom were young and nervous. One did consid erable promiscuous shooting and curs ing in the mail car. Bullet? passing through the mail car narrowly missed four men. I am confident the robbers were doing" the shooting. "The last charge of dynamite that blew the express safe was very heavy. It jarred us 100 yards away. They had lights that threw rays so they could see us but we could not see. them. As they were marching us back to the pstssenger coachers I fell cattle guard and sprained no.v ankh-. One robber warned us of the cattle guard just as I fell. "I believe I can identify the rob ber who d'.d the shotting and cursing. I got a gooel look at him." The killing Friday of Ieputy Jim Meinner of Birmingham was accident al. The posse of which he was a member was six miles north of Tus caloosa. They were all sitting:' in a .caboose of the special train and in preparing to get off at Tuscaloosa. Deputy W. J. Cope of Montgomery reached over and drew his rifle toward him. The weapon was discharged, the bullet piercing the heart of Bon ner who had the do2s in leash. CHAUTAUQUA CIRCUIT HAS LOST JOE FOLK WASHINGTON. Sept. 2'. Anoth er Chautauqua lecturer was added to the pay roll of the state department Friday when Joseph VY Folk took the oath as solicitor of the depart ment. Mr. Folk is reputed to be sacrificing an annual of $3."V,omO to take the position of solicitor. SLIT SKIRTS HIGH ART CHICAGO. Sept. 27. Skirts slit hinher mean higher art, according to Mario KorbH, the young- Bohemian sculptor. "Orecian girl w ore skirts slit to the hip and were paragons of virtue " said Korbel, LE ON THE MOVIE SCREEN. X. :,..w :- - ? j :;x--x-.: ,XsX-' ..,: ' X t player! should be look at. same position as the stace has had for ) FOR CATHOLICS 4 - 7 AT 4 AT To ITT I TlT 4 TA i Aitl iJ UJlAI JjflliN j Chairman Locke announ-ed Sat:;--J'ollowing Papal Degree I'nhersity of J day nno-ning that h w as slill at vo-- PennsyBania Students Will (ct (iuidance. PHILADELPHIA. .Sept. 7. Anew! office, that of chaplain to the Catholic students at the University (jf Pennsyl vania, has been created by Archbishop Prendergast, who appointed Key. John Keogh as the first incumbent. The new chaplain's work will deal exclu sively with university students. Father Keogh is now a curate In a Philadel phia church. . The appointment is in obedience to the commands of Pope Pins X. in his encyclical on the teaching of the christian doctrine, in which the pope decrees that "in large towns anel es pecially in those which contain uni versities, colleges and grammar schools, religious classes be foundeel to instruct in the truths of faith and in the practice of christian life the young people who freejuent the public schools from which all religious teach ing is banished." 1 1 FR i Alleged Accomplice in High - shew Killing to Be Brought Here From Reformatory to Testify. Indiana The case of the state of against YVillard Arney, cliarged with the murder ot r.noch Highsfiew near Mishawaka iti November, laf was set for next . Friday by Judge Funk in circuit court. It is probable the triaJ will not begin, howe ver, until the following Monday. The star witne.-s for the state will be William Hooker, who accord- lJifc. IU I IU?e.u .hi . U 1 llf . lirt - confessed complicity with Arney in' the crime. Booker Is now in the ! state reformatory at. JefferFonville, but will be brought to South Bend under guard te teetify against Arney. A subpoena to Sunt. Peyton of the reformatory will be sufficient to bring Hooker here. Shortiv after Arney's arrest this summer a statement which tl.o prosecuting attorney declares is a complete confession implicating! Arney, was obtained from Booker in his cell at Jeffe-ronville. This con fession will be introduced at thej trial. Booker is serving a sentence in the reformatory for forgery and ! larceny. j Several other criminal cases were set for trial during the corning week in the circuit court. olivkk pivow i:xiiiiiitf:i. The flr-t display for the fanners' and merchants fall exposition ap peared Friday morning in the Mr. r jewelry store window, where an Oliver plow has been placed. Other windows arr being arranged. IE DENOUNCE MILLER FDR-DOUBLE-GROSS TO BULL M00SERS Ex-Pronressive Scored For Trying to Turn Trick For the Citizens' Party as Progres sive Chairman. SILINSKI TO DECIDE BETWEEN RIVAL LISTS Eections Board Thinks Conflict Up to City Clerk and Court Action May Yet Be Evoked. Tri'- issue To whthe- the pro- gTs-He ji.irtv i.Mo i,e represents! o;i the i t gistr.itton bo. n J o( t. or tlio places usurped ,. citizens pnriy clerks nominate,', by VV. L Miller, posing as city ehairinan of thi pro-gre-shives. while ibdi rately repudiat ing the party, has been eh-tt rted until tlu- Mrst of the week. The citizens' patty whixh ei tie benefit of Milb r's action. juis likew;.-e receied additional disfavor judfin iY street talk. "'Miller has double ciosm'i! the i:o ies.sie'v' said one huh moose, "in a petty piece of politics for the l.ene:.t of the party which claims to be aJoc such tilings." When the question does come ;,p for final disposition the burden will probably full entirely on City 'brk Bilinski. other members of the board ed' eie tion commissioners have inai eated the- 1 T i the commi.doners are without jurisdiction in matters j -garding regis' rat bu. Neither of t"n' losts of ;:ks: jij,-- jar-d b Mdbr or O. l.n' Ue. ing chairman of the teal progressives ad In en tiled with the city ele4 k Slt- urday morning an d.Mr. I i i 1 i n - h i w.-.-unwilling to indicate his ojiinion m tlie matter until the ali.tir ei.aiev t., focuc. "Mayin- we'll have to lire u" bdh bunches and make: all of 'em demo crats to Settle it,", lie. uid smiling. , on jus iisi a iii i wotiio nave n reaov for pi i-sentat ion Monday mornim:. The progressives who ;re suiporti!.'.: th city ticket Saturday denounced the attempt of Miller to usurp their ricbt -as not only illegal but dishonorable. Act V Dishonorable. "It's just as dishonorable as for .i salesman to represent that he ;s tlie employe at one firm and turn his or der over to anedher." said L. C. Lin don. progressive nominee for mayor. "However. I'm not .surprised." Miller Guv and S. B. Pettengill, members of the board of idection commissioners with Citv Clerk Bilin Fki. toth knew of th" situation which has arisen generally but were without official information. Neither, liow e'Ver. boliee.l the board would have jurisdiction in the matter. "The matter was just orought to my attention today an although I liavs not investigated I believe the duty of deciding the conflict will devolve on. th' city clerk alone." explained Miller Cruy. Mr. Pettengill expressed thei same opinion pointing out thru the board, does not have power oer re -i! ra tion. Court Aetion Possible. Court action to decide the r.oitro-ver:--y seemed not entire!-.- j:nposi)le. niasmueij as h :'a- tb'n has indicat- ed its persistent intention to ick t. fight to the finis! Alt ho'itrh t'ne pt o- gressives xiid they v.ouid not croi hrides until th v came attitude indicated that cjerks should attempt t them, their i ; t be c it iz to work in- i u i i 1 1 o n tilted. Miller lie part proce.-djns might oo in.-J:- w is deposed as chairman of it a no---ting held earl' th;s the pror sci es who refused ;;;;'. k by to 'bolt to til But Milb r refu- it s movement. d to be deposed. lie : s st ' k i K " a c rding to hi I statemej.t. Sa MilbM- i- Out. .Milb-r's opponents are ..juaily sistenr in t'neir ;is.-rtion that Mllb'r not lr :r: a::. Thev ": t ra r" ri , fle - ; . - I.. '. L :. .et no?-.ir.. seeo r. tyle Miller the .f th :r partr. they declare a and t lie j-e. t ed at the pr.: Wm li Milb r : es,o:;ed h. r-rfeitci t,.e:- X. s I I ! eUl be J s ' f ' attempt i . Toe r are oacii i of the t i ' m tries th and his -U l !U I ! ! ' ! : . caU-e. tli''V be i o ; . 4 1 J f i ltlZens right to the pro2rre--iv tion from oflie. ed till-- V. eel; feirm, th.- r m tiop ;i mere ee I' .i t the dejio n pi-- Vt-T i s ' x r . i.e t: te-d-; r: ' l e - f h n Th it': 1 !- ill' l cr-tnin ie put Milbr re bv the te.so'.ct 4 I A v.-ould elisreaa rd It. ;I'g ?l . : . d action to the w 1 ist of n- rn s to repres. nt the i cist ratlin. I'M AOIlee t T..ee read;. 1 ee. irat.on it- S ... t- To i Milb ; nijrht Mr. M ' ntire p. m a! be t'.b 1 : men n:: m d " . '. ci t ;;i'!ic.' ; s-- lesion to M : ' ! . ! . .i : ii i,' : - - o j o i . . : . t -cl e- Nntin'. i i f ". i e ! i i , I s Millet Hre i-i Hi..' .. i o r i- 1 1 "To Tbco! s :- t ' '.' 1 s ' t : rt . i ' " . th t!rt ward. : ' . ;th Pc : h a '. r-v. . t e of t ; 1 ; ; n : v. . : t s r:v'.t;-:i kT ; -! r . : : o ; : :. mill!-: cbrk bv .d. ' T!e uiidi r-i-rr. - i ihe rUy c. r.tr.;! - -mm greysiv i my her- ! mer j, M.l!-r as a r of v o ir precinct f 'or i hbl ' r. I 1 WILLIAM A bv. .if n ::. :. .in s i !mj :tti t. tb.e it ins i'h;c.r:r. in Lord--. tack to hlUv Otl!!cs.'X '..it W . t ik n