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' iiWy-iBy vy,"W)OV" '"' -jaNV THE MARION DAILY MIRROR MXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X , X X Alto, TUK NKWtf AIA X X TlllS TIAU3 AND X X w vYIUMS IT IS X X N13W8 X XXXX X X X X X X XXXXX SX OKfiX MAItlON J-A.-, M , M04M id oj5iiv.tif a', ,M IWJMTEt) Vlif&S JMAH- it X KD WlItM NIJWS SKtt- X VIGI3 X XXXXXXXXXMXXXXH MARION, OH7;0, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1912. iVOLUME XX NUMBER 123. PRICE TWO CENTS HAVE YOU A IilTTLE FAIRY IN YOUR HOME? mmnnwni""1 "-" 'I - r ' Ji INK HER INNOCENT MADERQ'S FATE IN BALANCE M . HALLS NEIGHBORS SUYTIISINIIO Wrtwt. ii 1 1 .IMF'"WI f ' "- "V mm ill KM Testify to Mfer Af fiction for Her FairiUy, 'filer Devotion, Her Self Sacrifice and All Wo manly Virtues. (Unllcd Press Leased Wire.) Lancaster, O.. April 1 Tho village ofWhlstler, Pickaway coimtv. and ' iaurelvlllc, Hocking county, liavo lihovcd utmost en masao upon Lancas- "Vtor1 this week to testify to tho good Tcharacter Of Mrs. Nancy Unit on trlnt for polsohlng her daughter Hutlji , Pijor. vto, flvo gears' ngo( tno Hulls ,Jhf6d In 'the vicinity of, tlfese two "nfllages', which aro oloso together. Sub-"uTntlnl- farmers, vlllago ' storekeepers and ,t'holP wives followed each other on ,tho stand In rapid ordcr All tcstl llqil. to,jtwenty-flvo years or moro ac quaintance with tho defendant. All prpiirfounccd Mrs. Hall a peaceable, orderly womutiiVinil aty affectionate - w;lfb and n)otllcr. .Itepentedly their PfalsttcuriJel 1V tlic.court ' be 'cMTfiSptslao tliv'rulo''or evidence. "Wo 'saw her In church and Sunday school. Shu helped us when Wo had sickness. "Vc met hor at the store. "Wo visited at her home. When wo hail n death In tho family she couldn't do enough.." These and other phrases made up tho, symposium of neighborly praise. Ilcv. Charles It. Harmon of South Brownsville, Pa., formerly pustdr of the Presbyterian church at Whlst'cr who boarded for a tlmo nt tlic Hall homo, was nuked as to tho defendant's character. ."1 would like to use superlatlws," sacrificing answer sponslv I'rnHe oiously).tn all reference to Mrs. Hall' tHteSteTi?r , . ho replied. .... , , i .Jii(lgtfJjt,mhl1)lu Mmili Praise.,. 1 J"Vou.jI;"ipt1.7.B'a(jl Jftgo ItcoVeiB ? "&hc was ari-emhikably.dovoteil, soTf Womnn,!msnhlHu,rmOn. Tho was strJfcBcn, wit vis, not re- W?i. V' cutor Curtrlcht objected vie- .upheld him. I iKlfioan1 now witnesses were sworn 'bytlio defense- this morning. Sheriff ""' Kmmott Doffcnbaugh has rorbado fur ther, visits- to the Jull by Mary Hull, whose clinging to her mother last ,r night' Unnerved tho latter. Mary's conduct In court hnatundor " '150110 a chungo today. Sho no longer smiles nor plays with her do'l, but Jh wide-eyed and solemn, seeming to understand tho full slgnlllcanco of tho trial for tho first tlmo. Ella Stump and Margaret Frnnols $ co, shoo factory girls, and Stollu Frun- ,. olsco, slstfcr of tho latter, who form otly boarded -at tho Hull homo, wore character witnesses. Thoy deputed tliu claim that the Hulls wore In fin ancial straits, saying tho homo was rcinfortablo and that they owned u ' piano. Sickness 411KI Trouble. Lancaster, O., April 1. Sickness b trailing along In tho Wuko of tho trial of Mrs. Nancy Hall on tho charge of liist degree murder by udmlnlHterlng poison 'In pancake Hour to her 12-year-old daughter Ituth. 7'ho prisoner hciself was near a com plyto breakdown t6diiy. Ono of tho prln 'd'pal witnesses for tho defense, Mrs. It.'f. SllbaOgh, who helppd euro for the Hail family on tho day four or Continued 'on Pago Flvo. On Their Promise to Inves tigate the Departments. Turning up all Kinds of Waste and Extrava gance. 1 f . (My WJnflelil Jones.) Washington, April 1. (Special.) Never lji tho history of tho vountry Siuvo cublnct officials and admlnlstra tlvo. offlpcrs been o ciosoly Mod to their (posts as slnco tho Domocrntlo houso of Tcpresontutlvos made good on Its p'rpmlso to start nn Invostlgn .tlon of ovcry ilepartmont of tho gov ornmont sorvlco. Thoso cublnot mombera who havo nH alrwidy been placed on tho grill iby soma houso Investigating corn-nil- teo, are' momentarily expecting to bo called, Jtocords aro being raked over, Vliitai compiled, and much testimony OiuS bean adducod ut tho command of tho Dcmocrutlo Investigating bodle. each of Iwhloh has boon clothod with lilenary hoer Ko compel tho attend auco of any iwltnessea desired. Courtesy and custom exompts tho (president of tho United States from mppearlng boforo an Investigating committee of congress, 'but wore- It not for this lt Is -probable that Presi dent Tuft himself wouM huvo personal and dlroot knowledgo of tho thorough VF ness of the several probe.s stnrted by tho Denwerntic nouso DEMOCRATS MAKING GOOD PEACE LIKELY 10 COME SOON To the Coal Mining Indus try and Everything Order ly at Scranton. af (United Prciis Leased Wire.) Scranton, Pa., April 1. All mines In this section of the anthracite co.U Held aro ldlo today following the sus pension order Issued by President Whlto of the United Mine "Workers or America, ponding tho reiult of tho cunferonco between tho coal operators and tho miners' leaders In Philadel phia 10. It was officially announced by tho largo coal companies that no effort would Ltt nmdo to operuto their col lieries. Tho announcement carries with It tho expressed conviction that the suspension will bo general and that peace will quickly result from tho Philadelphia meeting. The men huvo been, counselled by their loaders to bo peaceful and Jnw abldlng and to remain awiiMfrom tho colllcrlos. That this rounsel will be followed Is evidenced by tho lack of rancor that characterizes the situa tion. Tho minors npponr satisfied to have few weeks' vacation, confident that their Interests will bo Woll look ed after by tholr leadors. The opera tors likewise nppearcd satisfied with n short suspension Unit necessary re pairs may bo mado. Tho companies .1U hurry repair work that tho col lieries will bo In siiapo to resume. opcruttdpH Immediately should nn agreement bo reacheo at tho Philadel phia conference. ON1A' THlt BR DAYS SUSPENSION. PlUsburg, Pa., April Indications' Aci'dy were that tho titspcnsluat the bjlyAlijoiis miners In Pittsburg dls- AoddV trlct No. 5 may lu.v: ror only three 1h'h,p -Tho men returning -to work Thursday after tho reconvening of tho district convention jVcilncsday which Will decide whether -work shall bo W&mSSsjS: President Feehan, or tno focau ins-' trlct. today said: "I fool safe In say ing that tho workers in tho Pittsburg district favor going to work Immc dlutolj." Today, however work was suspended throughout western Pennsylvania coal fields. Approximately w,w minors were ldlo, classified a follows: Em ployes of Pittsburg Coal conuyiny, company, 1S.000; rittsburg-Uuffalo company, -1,000; vesta Coal ' company. 3.000; Carncglo Coal company, 2,000; Monongalieln Itlvor Consolidated Coal &. Coko company, 15,000; Pittsburg & Wostmoroland Con I company, C000; other companies, 3,000. Tho udvunco In wages moons $1 a ton for mining In tho Pittsburg dis trict. Drivers tind skilled workers got an Increaso from $2.70 to $2.81 11 day. Corresponding Increases nro granted all othor classes of labor. UnlontoWn, Pn , April 1. Twenty thousand workmen tn Washington, Wostmoroland and Favotto counties today went to Work fn tho mlnrs nnd tho coko ovens of tho H."C. Frlek Coko company, happy in tho know ledge, that beginning today tholr wages aro raised 7 1-1! percent. Tho notices were posted lato lust night and como uj a suiprlso to, tho men. Thomas Lynch, president of the coko company, said today tho in crease demanded for coko Is rosponsl bio for the Increaso in pay. A Holiday, Hazelton, Pa., April 1. None of tho coal companies In this vicinity at tempted to opcrato tholr plants today and this section took a holiday ap pearance, tho miners parading tho stieets In tholr ''Sunday b,ost." No movo will bo mado by tho oper ators toward resumption until after tho confereneo lAitweon tho owners and tho scalo committed In Philadel phia on April 10. Charleston, W. Va., April I. Tho 30,000 minora of tho Kanawha dta trlot of tills slato .havo reeolvod no tlco from tholr officials thoy can re sumo work ponding settlement of tho final details ut tho Clovoland ocalo bo caimo their markets aro threatened by tho non-union districts of tho Uito. Tho policy eommltteo at their Clovo land mooting, gavo this privilege. Jlliifn CloM-il, Glen IForrls, AV. Va., April 1. Alt of tho coal mines working mon In district 17, uru olosod. About 11,000 men aro out. Headed iby a lyind nn'r carrylnff flags, 900 mon and boys marched from flnomer mines ,t lontgomery, W. Vn Thoro was no dlsordor, i Suill'lH lllll'. Athens, O., April I. HH'iweou 8,000 and 10,000 nilnort In AthonB coants aro ldlo today but aro ilo.isod with tho wage sottloiuont anil ipropoct for epoody rwunvptloti of work. In tho past two months local mines havn wnrktW full tlmo for tho llrt. tlmo In several yoara, and tho mon aro In good financial shape. Many ldlo In Ohio. Columbus, O., April 1, . Forty-live thousand mlnoru In Ohio nro Jdlo to- illlvr nu n VAftlllf nf tlln UIIMTinriuli .si..- der IkSuciI by President White. (kf tho Coiilluuea on Pngo Flvo. TAFT PROGRAM ByJtliOjjy&te. Central.ijom- imttGe aLfcFtlie President' Euloguized State Convention Delayed to Jnne 3 and 4,' s n i ,, ' (United fPtesB leased Wire.) 'Coluniolis, O., Avrll 1. fi'ho -Turt iirogriui), .In itM entirety, won put In hg moolilfff of tho nepubllcnn stale committee, Sulairdny oftornoon. Prrs Idont Taft and his administration wire endorsed In glowing itorma; Columbus wns given tho stntfl convontlon on Juno 3 nn'.l1 1; tho prosldontlul profer onco primary ..plan, urgod hy tho Roosevelt folliweii on tho committee was rejected and tho stnto convontlon given iho Job, of oloetlwr six dolOKutos-at-lnrgo and six alternntes-at-largo to tho ltopubllean national convontlon. It iWas de tiled to rocowimond that tho n'omlnatlon of a stuto tlokot ho ,put off until arter tho national 'conven tion. At no time dl'll tho Uoosovolt fol lowora havo ovon n look-in. Tho roso- Union ondorslug President Taft car ried 15 .to . On practically every other propo-. sltlon tho Itoosovelt men woro dofont cil by tho sumo vote. Tho call tin' the stato convontlon provldos for tho election by tho con cntlon of six ilelegatos-ut-larg9 and six nS!rnntos-at-large to tho rtnpuiill can national convention; tho nomina tion of threo 'irodlilontlal olootors; tho nomination of oandlda.tes ifor stato offices, Including threo Judges of tho suprom') court aaM a cougreHsmon-nt-largo. Tho convention will bo com posed oif 7fit dolegotcs 'WlUt 37S necessary for a choice. County central committees nro given the right to decldo the method of se loctlng stato oonvontlon delegates, oiihor bv direct vote of tho people or through county conventions. ' Philosophical" Phelix. WI'lVTIIEIl It) It OHIO. Italn tonight! hllghtb wanner lu ox ticnio iiortlifi'ii iwi'lloiii colder lu o tremu Muitliui'st poillon. TuoMlay clearlnsr; collier in Miutliein portion. iora CrAA. f 0QV, i IEING USED To Hunt Down the Allen Outlaws On Trial of Sidna Allen and Wesley Edwards. (Pnlt'-d Pross Loaned Wire.) Moiini hy. N. C, April 1. Tim suine iiloudlHiundB that disproved tho ators of U.nry Cluy Uoattlo, Jr., tho wlfo mmdeur, today tools up tho trial of the t" survivors of tho oiitluw Allen luiiid of Hlllavll'o In tho laurel cfiwrcd ni'Hinlaliiu of tho lluzzuids ltnost stctiuii. Tho dogs, brought from tho statu farm, weie taken but by a small posso ourly tod.n and .the trial was taken up from the ticket-enclosed cavo, Where the puisud yestonlay found traces of Sidna Allen und Wesley Ed wards, the only outlaws still nt largo. The pluic showed traces of a huriled flight, nnd with uvory pass and gap clowly gimriU'd tho detoutivos and de puty shunts felt certain that tho tuo would lv laptuied within 21 hours. They are now out off from all as sistance. Their food supply Is pruc tically ( xhauBted and boforo Jong thoy will be forced, tho" dotoctlvos believe, to return to civilization to buy or coinanileer supplier. If they do como out of the hills, tholr oapturo Is prac tically iisfciired, for small forces havo been posted at ovory settlement, pre pared to give battlo to the hunted men at sight. When tin puWo loft Mount Airy. Detective Felts fult oortuln that the long chase through tho mountains would end In n jiltohod battle. He ex pressed the belief that Allan and Ed wards have 1 ooii tbl themselves In union small, wall sholtorod cavo or thlckot. nnd whllo without food or sup plies, havo dotormlnml to sell tholr lives deaily. All they Imvo left is their guns and ammunition nnd 1'Clts bellovod thy will profqr death In n desperate battle to capturo and dentil Ir tho eloctrlo ohalr for their assus Inatlons lu Judge lnsslo's courtroom. AD IvAFOM.liTTra lntciot In Wisconsin Pilinaili, Milwaukee, Wis., April 1. Interest throughout tho stato In tomorrow a presidential iproferono primary elec tion, Is confined to Hpochlatlon oh to the majority Senatoi 'Ia. Folletue will receive over l?resldont Taft. itooso velt's nanio Is not on tho ballot. Tho I.u Folletto loadora toHy pro- dlctod that tho progressive leauor wouUl go to Itho national nionventlon with a solid ilalpsatlon of 2C oleu ifrom his homo stato. AWhlle notinakliiK ijny oonceMluiiB. tho Taft managers nro silent. In the Democratic content. AVHson and iflurk surporlers were tuually conlldeut toduj Of the People From the Coal Strike in Eng land Business Re suming Savings Wiped Out Spring Goods on Band. , (United Press Loaned Wire.) X,o'udon, April 1. Itoiurns received up to noon today and Including every coal mining district In tho country, al though main are far from complete show that the iproposuj for tho return of tho miners to work under tho re cently pawed minimum aoulu bill, has eairlod In i ru.:4o of about 3 to 2. Tho oomnleti d Ilgures will not ho an- nounceAl until Wounw'Aiy but there Is now no- dcubt of tho result. Alrwuly there ha been a general roffunifitl in of buslnoss In muny lines of Industry but It will bo months bo foro tho offeit ot tho wrlko will hnvi dlsHipottrel. Tho loss in trade Is of courso abboluto and runs Into tho mil lions of 'pounds. In addition, tho sav ing Hocutints of hundreds oC thou san'A of famllleti of workers havo ab. olutely disappeared whllo their less thrifty fellows, who had no rosorvo to depend on, are without ifurnlture, most of tholr personal belongings being In tho pawnshops. Small merchants throughout tho country nio nenrlv bankrupt, wholo salera have their entire wtock of spring goods on li.uid, and tho efToct on tho nation ut l.irgo will bo fr-reauiilng. Many or .the larger mint -will not reopsu until nest 'Vek 'bocauso erf tho Knatr hollduys, lint others are al ready stui ling. It is fearml that thoro will rbe serious accidents before tho mlnwf nre uaaln running 'becauso the abanlitoned working In iplaco have niltl with gas. Petitions lu Illinois I'llninilo. Springfield, Ills., April 1. Nomina ting petitions of Tlieodoro ltonevelt, fhan.t t-'lnrk a4il AWmdrow Wilson for tho presidential ineferenco pri mary were filed with Secretary of Statu Ham today. The pwUtlou at Chnmii Clark wa Uhe flnrt to bo r ceived. it contaJiuU signatures from all mirtft of tho state. It was tllod nt 8:05. Tho petition of WooMrow Wilson was tiled nt S:0C hy George H. qillo!- l.lo. laprosenting tho Ohleago AHIson cluib and oontaiuod wlgnaturos of vesora residing In Chicago and throu other pities. Tho petition of Theodore ltooivolt whs filed nt 8:18 througn mo mans. It t'tmratnoil the liuitiire of Chl cagoaiw only. The Titt petition was Hied lato Sat -relay. A combined colander and fruit prosa Invontud Iby a. Minnesota man ljif.n rotdvin blu'Jo wJilch i wiuwod down into tho contents of the utensil. as n huiidla la iturned. A DRUNKEN WAN KILLS CHILD Chargo of First Degree Murder Against an Iron Worker Fearful Re sult of Drunkeness. (United Press I,oned Wire.) Perth Amboy, N. Y., April 1. A formal oharge of ilrst degree murder was lodged against Frank Andrew ich, n xlaiu Iron 'Worker, todav, and lie was held without ball for trial. His victim wns ills own Ohree-year-old son, John, whose brains he had dunliPil out aguJnst the lloor when tils wif, vshuni he was trying to attmult. eluded him. Andrcwlch tumo home drunk last night slid demai.Vfrd Mt supper Ills Ifo tried to pacify him and he smarted for her. She eluded his grasp and he lurned on tha child. "I'll tench you to look at me." he elled, and neighbors who were hom ing Into tho room heard a Uiud as he wunif tho baby over his hef with his brawny urnis and crashed Its head downward onto the lloor. The child died Instantly. Today Andrewlch, sobered, Insisted ho could not remem ber hi crlmo, and broke 'down In court and wept. A Hitter Cimipal'-Mi. Milwaukee, 'Wis., April 1 'io-blt-ti-r muiUclpal campaign In iwhloli all former political dllterences botwtsen the old pnrtles were merged In a com mon attack tipon the oclallt camo to a oIobo bodny with the expectation In both ciunl)fl that tomorrow will brln k out the largest i)te In the city's history. Supporter erf Dr. O 13. Uadlng, Aon-partiMin cntllda'to for major, pre dicted victory 1iy 18,000 vote. del's campaign predicted hlsf r-efc- tlon anU the return of a'SoclaHw'muir jortty In tho city council by frlpm COOO to'10,000 otes. . ji t OFF FOP. THIS HATTI.K, ..nii'iunting Tils untAMng mnernry for "yl umplng Nibraska" w.is recelv'eil to da by Sonutor I-n Follette. He leaves AV.ishlngton Wednosday night and ilois not expi" t to return until Majf 1 spending thri-e weeks in Oregon, Wihhlngton. and California after the N braska trip. Carpi'iitoiw on a Mi'lko. chb-ago, April 1. Uetween 15,000 and is, 000 camientors went on strike tod Although members of the oth er building trade nro at work, build ing operations utfgrogatlng $5,000 in the city nre aftectod and may be tied up In a day. Tdio strike started poaiefully. Anticipating trouble, how ever, tho authorities have detailed fiOO reserve policemen for duty on all the largo buHdlng "Jobs." John A. Motz, (president of tho Carpenters' district council, today de clared that all mon have obeyed the Mrlko order and that unless the om ployors asreo to the deanandod In croaso of flvo conts nn hour, making tho carpenters' wage C"i cents per hour, tho ontlro building trndtj of the country will bo tied up. Others TaKo PoNoneil riuiir. An nttack by tho de-ronse upon tho brnne of imnenko flour which Jlrs. Hall Is alleged to havo mado pots nnntis, was attempted this afternoon. Omer 11. Wltlinm, 'ii, of t'olumlms, was placed on lino stand to tell of being made sick by tho same Hour. Tho mato objected and udge Uoeves sustained tho abjection. The defcuso announced It had othor testimony of tho same eltaraotor. Pivldcnllal Haiiillciip. Washington. April, 1. Di rectors of bho prosldeutlnl ibnoms contributed tholr claims of dologateff tip to and including today as follows: Iti'iuibllcaiu: Delegates ' In convention, 1.070. Nocossary to choice, 530. Ohilmed for Taft, 274. Claimed for Ttoosovelt, 02. Claimed for Ln Foleltto. 10. claimed for Cummins, 2. Conceded by Taft bureau to Uoosovolt, 30. Conceded by Itoosevelt bur eau to TnCt, an. ContteitUr admitted by Taft imunngurs, 12. Cortost to bo nmdn by Uoosovolt managers, 112. DeiiuMTuts; Dolagaites In convention. 1.002. ' ' Nucossary to t-hnleo. 72S. cialmwl for Clark, fifi. Claimed for Wilson, 38. Pledged for Clnvornor Mar whall. 30. Pledged for fiovernor Uurko, 10. (Ilnlmed for Harmon, 3 Mlolh Wilson and Clark inanngM'8 "lalm tho 20 ICnusas lolwates Tho Wilson buronu claims eight of the 12 Mnlno deUgates who woro unlnstruct ed. K MK Promised to Seize Lands of the Rich and Divide Them up Among Ihe Poor Could Not Carry Out His Promises. (United Pross Leaned Wire.) MexJio Oty, April 1. The second sition of ,oiigri,-s since the clo-tlon o( Fran Ijjco Madero to 'the prcslJen .v uelied here today with every pros pect of being the stormiest In the his tory of the republic. Today's pro ceedings were of a jienCunctory na ture. The ureslJentW rn'ossago Js ex pected to be read tonorrow. ' it Is generally believed that Mn dero's fate hliige,ygn u lint .lie Is aljlo to aciompirm'iith congr- -m. Numor ou lmportfutt lUWWtrc! are to he in trudtixed. rhlwf (irVhich are tho land laws Madorn. lys'hllo a revolutionist. proiiilsduV-U)- ReUfe.tlio1 lands of tho rkh anJ dlvftle ijttn .mong tho poo; Thoiisaiitlt'Iiielittcl, o his standard ibe irtii( ot.lffjf pronipie' )i(it many later drifted aJWtJf' wTlt Jijby found the vrcxidenji' Jto'fJJd uOf.'- dirry out his puns atfbtJtjfc1. ' '9 Jteillzlng that something must bo donp il,wedll to (heck the revok that hiu spread throughout the greater por tion nt the north, the conMltiiUonai progrealvo p.irtv, of which Madcr.i is the head, b dctermlnod to push through eongrriw a number of land gl(U bills whkh 'will entail an expen diture of million of dollars from the national treaurv. OppoMns: Mndero. The Independent iporty intends to fight this plan bitterly They ulso claim that tihey will be ablo to defeat a till calling for a largo Increaso lu tho armv MoJi of the senator and .n-.viw deputies are hoUi-uyct, from thfe Dlas 'retime and' they hollo e tne" wrll be il)ff;ti licejumpltsji Maderos U0.wm.iu -i " oipc'4 i9 iyruiuaeu lglsiationj' ft i, f t i it'was pe'toii'tnRt tno nrsr matter r: liniMrtatir, rftu be dqolded .would 1)8 iriie legality Of the ololjiou of Vce PronWent Siiarer. .who nroeldoil over jAitKijJ-Mu5MSJj',v?ir t-'to lice through Madero's inufluenrc. This arouctU .the flint opposition to Ma dero. Tho on.Uo Is expected to as sert Its iperogntlvo and unseat him. The ner.man.oiit commission of con gress, which ha cho pow.or to declare wur, make loans and establish martial law In any part of the republic. Is also In line for a change. The Indepen dents will Rttnr.bt to oust sjn'cral of Madero's appointees. IViIpi-iiI I'oivu Appeai-s. Kl Paso, Tex.. April 1 -The ap pearance of a rederal froco, said to number nearly 3,000 men In tho vi cinity of Escalon, 42 miles south of Jlmlnex, is revportod today iby Ameri ca mi arriving from Jlinlnoss anil1 is given as a reason for Goneral Oro.cn poW.iionlng his movement toward Tor reon. which he ordered to ibe made Sunday. Tho Identity of tho (federal command In unknown, but It Is said to be u forco bent to harass Oroxo and nuso him to oxhauso his doploted storo of ammunition. A special train from Juarez Is wirry lr.B Dr. Oara Aldapo to Ohlhuahu.i to m.iko an ertort no save tnie life of DftMit Do La iFuente, rebel artlllerv tonwnander, who l04t n arm In the Continued on Pnco Vle. MINERS WAGE I Shifted From Confrenco Botween Leaders to the Mining Colonies Where 400,000 Operatives Are Idle. m (United Pross Leased Wire.) Cleveland, April 1 Action lu the bituminous coal minors' wage con troversy shifted today from the scat of long conferences with the opoiutonj heie to the district noadquarters and mining colonies where mote than 400. out soft coal miners refused to work this motn4ng. In remaining ldlo, tha mlneis obeyed an order from John P White, presldont of the United Mine Woikers, to suspend operations pend ins a leferondum vote on the scale committee's compromise effected in Cleveland. Pi evident White luU liuru last night fur tho mliio workers' lntoinuUonul lioadciuurtors lu Indianapolis. Before i copenlng negotiations with tho an thracite operators In Philadelphia Apt 11 Hi lie will visit hlsi mother ut tholr homo In Oakuloosa, Iowa, where she Is 111. That tho anthracite miners during tholr suspension, which became uffec tlvo also today, may bo usked to vote on a wngo scale compromlso lu addi tion to tho strlko ouostlon, was tho belief of Prosldont Whlto before leav ing here. Uoth sides aro detormlhed to uvert a strike It possible, und Whlto oxprojiHod confidence that the example of the bituminous workers In agreeing to a compromise probbaly I will havo influenco with the hard coal ON ROVERSY "lino owners.