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MXXMXMXXMXHMXHM M X M AMi THE NEWS ALL X THE TIME AND X X M WHIMS IT IS X THE MARION DAILY MIRROR omst JHAHION 1'A- M X MWt RKOBIVIHO M X tlNlTBO I'ltlCSS' tiBAS. M H KB WU11S NEWS 8EH- M " VICE X NEWS X MMXXMMXKHfcHXKM XXXX X X X X X X XXXXX II m 1 MARION, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912. JVOIAJME XX NUMBER 131. PRICE TWO CENTS A SHOCK TO THE COUNTRY BY THE GREAT PRAIRIE STATE - ' . . & I . 1 ' I tn A EAT 3 HADOW OVER N. Y. REPUBLICANS i Today, Caused by the Landslide in Illinois The Shadow was the Form ol Justice Hughes A very Gentle Indorsement o! Taft All Admit Political Neros Fiddling While Rome Burns. : (UnlUll Press' leased Wire.) CobYtait(ou hull, ltochester, N. Y., April lO'.w-a'hu h'ensatlon of tutfuy's eessliii; b't tho .lUpublleun state con vention icumo ivjjjcn Colonel Iloose veltV'dolo supiJorltjr In Klna county clelcgaVlu'n, iCdnrjtr6Iei' Prenilorgast, of N6iV York. tnUdd nn Impassioned tpcccH;ofc protest against .tho platform, w hlchiliejeharacterUcd, as, reactionary, lie ai(iiunccil UH'tOMilbnJntqioH of ItoosoVojt'H progressive doc'trlhW ajvd cmimdjjcilly injistpit thut dmnildlPrefc. ltlent 'IViH bo'Ychomlnatod ho colifd not be fshloctbd. Prondorgust elo quently defended tlio lnltlutlvc. refer endum and recall, declaring that the 1)eo)lo of the country demanded these ilootrJnea In order to perpetuate popu lar rule. At times ho was Interrupted 'by Jeers' from tho delegates, and onoo, . shaking his list at tho New York coun ty delegation, ho openly charged thut they were only half-hearted In tholr BUimort ot President Tuft. Most of tho day's session was de voted to oratory. United States Scnu nr Hoot bltterlv denounce! tho recall of Judges, .which he tfald would make "cowards Of tho Judiciary." 1 convention, adopted without oitaiigp itnq 'piuuojin iiuuiiuikiiuvh ,by fhb r61utfIprt colnnllttcc. Thuro was 'iid itfll ctclY, iIiLd only a few scut- After thrf 'adoption o'f the platlorm, the convenU'drf dUJdurnc'd.' .w. Hughe' Slwdot. r TiocliUstetV N. Y April 10. Tho Justice ehudow ' of eupronib court k,M. rrVhnV Hughes hung ovur Convunfioii luiU when tho Kopubljenn . . ' . ...1 ......., r..l tllltlll. fill Btute conveniiun iuvuhui . ---tho llnat session. His mimo wm ou tho lips of leadurs and delegates ullUo, und a report that ho would bo tho iiomltioo or tho Ucpubllcan nutlonal convention In Chicago was being thread. This, too, In tho face of tho jiosltlvo ussurances by a few men In timates with tho former governor thut no honor or Inducement could loud him from tho duties ho Is now performing und which uto admittedly congenial. Dut tho delcgutcs and leaders who liad urged not tilono tho stuto'a big lour lAit tho district dolcgates as well us work for tho ronumlnuj'un of Presi dent Taft, believed thut as a lesult of tho developments, yesterday, In Illinois und tho generally mixed up condition of party politics evcrywhoro there might bo a. change In tho situa tion which Would I vault In tho presi dent's namo not going boforo tho Chi cago conclave They Insisted that If tho president should be eliminated, Governor HUghcs would bo tho tin unliuouir choice of tho putty. it Shook 'Km. Tho result In Illinois ctuno as a dis tinct shock and surprise to tho leaders litre. As u result, they uccoptcd u compromise .proposul made by Senator K. T. nruckett of Haratoga, leudur of tho Republicans of tho upper house, whereby tho delegates from this state wefo urged but not Instructed to vvotk for tlio president. TJiero W(ia some very pluln tulk bo hlnd closed doors of tho committee loom. Tho leaders worn agreed that thoy wero absolutely and unutterably oroaed to tho doctrlnus priuiulguted by Colonel noosoveU. i Hut tiftor learning of tho result In Illinois, tho advocates of tho ronom Inatlon of tho president, und those .. i ,, niinnH.ui to It on tho ground i,..i iw. i not the strongest available candidate, agreed that tho delogatos must get togethor. r.vorybody fell Into Jlne with tho ex coptlou of the two morubefs of tho committee who aro controlled by Na tlonul Committeeman William L. Ward Thoy Insisted that thoy wero for Co -oncl Roosovolt and his progre3i!lvo pol icies. ' ... But the other members got together und rushed tho platform which was adopted by Die convention today and which will bo tho model on which tho Now York delegates to tho Chicago onvontlon will, demand that me na tional platform bo framed. Tho advisory plank dealing with the tandldatb woh admittedly a sem in word play. Framed by nrackett It pleased both sides, saying: Touching Turt J.lKblly. "Wo appluud tho .patriotism, wisdom und undrnmatlo courage of President William H. Toft. Tho overwhelming majority of tho delegates In this con vention assembled favor his nomlna ii..,i iml wo urgo that the delegatcs-uU large hero elected, in tholr Action nt Chicago' carry out thl chplce of tho Bepubllcans of tho state, and that tho il'stJlct delegates unlta to tho same lit Barnes and his lUutenants und the caatluued on rgj Tltrwi. CON-CON WILL ADJOURN ON May 11 and Hence Contem plates Rushing- Legisla tionCircuit Courts to be Abolished. (United Press Leased Wire.) Columbus, O., April 10. With thv dato of ilnal adjournment now IJn- od Tor May 11, tho coiiitEtulion.il convention began today to rush mut ters. Thorc wero only a few dissenting votes, lato yesterday, to tho passage of tho Boutty resolution providing that tlio convention shull recess fiom April 20 until May (!, return on Jlay G mill remain In session until May 11 Tti'Iftclllatq mutters, a supplement. Od' resolution was adoplad limiting fu luredfbiUo to llvo minutes excopt In tho fjigo oraho author and tho lead pr ,J Ttfiy opposition to proposals who uretw,,;bo limited to thirty minutes cfedh. Judjclal roform wll bo disposed ol tOTay. liato yesterday, Judge Peck, Juudor of tho ruform forcos, saw chanco to gain a uunvbor ot -votes und offered a sUbstltuto for his own proposal und all pending amend ments. It, Is .considered a compro mise mucsuro. I Tho I'oek compromlso provides that tho mi p mile court shall consist of six Judgos. Tho concurrence Of llvo of thom shall be necessary to de ularo unconstitutional a law. Wliero tho court divides o'tuully, on tlio mer its of u case, such division shall con stitute an affirmation of the Judgment of tlio court bolow. ri'ho circuit courts are abolished and aro miccodod by courts of appeal that shall havo lluul Jurisdiction "in ull cases oxcopt such as Involve niifS. tions arising under tho constitution of this state, or tho United States, or cases of felony, or oases of which It has original Jurisdiction, or cases ot public or groat gunoral interest In which tho supremo court may direct tho court of appoals to certify Its re cord to that court." Kuch court of uppoals shull con sist of throe Judges and tho concur rence of ull ot thorn Is necessary to reverse the Judgmunt of tho common pleas or superior courts. Tho decisions In ull casus In both tho suprunin and courts of nppeal shall bo roportod, toguthur with tho reasons. 'I I a vote ot C2 to , tho enliven tlou killed tho Thomas proposal for I', slnglo house loglsluturo. William I.ov)lH, colored, no assist ant attorney general of tho' United States, was Invited to address tho convention Wednesday evening, April 17. An effort to tnblo the Invitation lo htm failed on roll call. .lil-ilco Hughes Will N'lH Tulle. Wkumliigton, April 10. - Jusllco HughoH. of tho miprome court, to day llutly declined to be Intnrviuwed er uuotokl regarding the consideration of his namo In tho Now York Hopuli llcan convention at Bochester as a presidential possibility. Ho shook off a reporter with tho remark that the ''people thoroughly utidorstooil his position" in that reepect. That ho wu not u a rocept'lvo mood ' ns to presidential dooium Justluo lluglie liilfl lot It be emphatically known re cently. Ho clung today to his deter mination to avoid outspoken com ments. I'V-VtllllK Flood .SulTctCl'rt. Hlcknian, Ky., April 10. igupplloa. bruuglit to Hlokninn lute yostorday by a government boat aro being doled out today an u busily of three meals fur each person. Thp,pot Is on Its way to Now Madrid, M6 .miiore suffering umong the tlood refugees Is rdporteU. Tho vlver Is falling hero vory slowly. Tho body of MIsa Alexander, drowned ut Burksvllle, Ky iFrlduy, was found today, tho hUlr ont'vvtned In tho brunches of ji tree. (Jov. WIImiu at Youugstovni, Youngstown, o, April 10. Gov ernor Woodrow Wilson, of Now Jor soy, will inuko Ills 1 1 rat ttpecoh of the iprosont campiilgn in Ohio hero this uftornoon when his train, outtibounl will 9toi for ten minutes. Numerous lirogresslvo Deuiocruta -gathered hero for tho occasion. Wilson will roturn later for u tour of tho state, WmmSwtmmfA. . '?(?.. Hi&.vo .iiii'MM )3 1Z71 Y2mZ& Ttffn7)nPP UM&ERWOOD L xzieMivoaz st. y. As soon us Colonel Hoosovelt had declared that ho would accept tho nom ination If It wero offered hlin, Ills ndralrors In all parts of 'the country start ed an actlvo campaign to sccuro dclcgatos in tho convention. Tlio Hoosovelt movement Is aided by a number of Republican governors nnd by many 'per sona who formerly wero advocates of tho nomination of L& Follctto. Tho colonel's slogan Is that tho government must bo put ngalu In tho hands of tho peoplo, nnd In lino with this Js his advocacy ot u form 'of recall applied to Judicial decisions that affect tho people as a whole. OPERATORS , Ai MINERS Hold a Joint Conference To day Several Meetings Expected Before a Settle- ment is Reached. (United Press Loaned WIru.) i n t' T . r, r' ti r f ' t t ' y. IMPOItTANT M IN UltS' 1)12 'A MAN US OF ANTHUACITIB A OPBUATOBS. A 1 tine j i-ii" .ngreeiuent. r '3 iKlRht hour working day. A 3 Iteoogulttoii tit union und ciinpuny must collect dues, l-k-Moio convenliuit ayafem of adjusting grlvnne and ylth- In Bhurter ttuiB. 15 A twenty per cent wnge lu- creuse. c A mliilmuni of $8.&o per day for all miners, und $3.85 per day for laborers. A A i it it A Af A A X i A A A A A A Phllutlulphla. Pa., April ID. When iho Julnt couferenee ot tho opera 'tots' commlttao mid the union an thiuelto minor represents tlvufi op ened at noun today. It was the gen eral Impression that sevora meet ings would bo nocesiry liefore a settlement Is ranched- Both sldea went Int otho nieotlng outwardly uncom promlalng. but it was roportod that tho operators and miner ho.d agreed to compromise on a ten per iit in crease. Any seulofiient niiiHt be sub. mlttud to tho rnnk mid llle for the minors approval. An oarly resumption or woik in tho anthracite Holds, suspenxlon of which since April 1 has nlrendv lesmtoit in n boaw finaii lal loss. d. ppiulod. It wu said, on the mcogiiition "f the 'unjon 1r0io President ilh of Continued on Tnso Three, "SsPv iA& y 2fci tfOOtftffclF Federals and Kebels clash in Fierce Strife -President Madero Very Anxious as to Out come. (United Prcs LwumI Wire.) iMoxlio in, April 10. tyivo hun died rcbeb mid fujlumls ' Imvo been kljlod in iu Hours' ugutiug, nut torty nr.ilftH soiiiti t .l.1) yity. Tha result of tho bultlo la still', hi doubt and PKhtlng loii inui-U tOlltiy, Tho out come is anxiously nwAitod liy 1'iesl deut Madiro In coiiiio tiou with tho aonudul thut Iiuk arlHt-n ow-t the yiiiti'llnitlun of tho r.tlea Blilpiied lu-ie fWlll the I'nlted Slate, the Mexl-an govcrjiment toda denied tint these ni'nui wore sent by l'rlrient Tuit from tha government supply, liitlmating timt they canm Horn prlMite soureee. Prealdeut Madoixi lu made a state, ment In conuectlon Artth eburgeA which )uv: been lliatlo, admitting that he had iuld hla brother austavi 600,000 pesos from thtt natlotial tn ury, ibut claiming It wna all expended honestly in the revolution. Aiuoi-Iriins I'rolcM. Mexico vity, .Vpill 10. .V pttltton altneil ')y SOD Ameriounu protestlnw against the manner in which the Krug-Jorgtmsen rllleir, shipped hero, ara being attributed, was1- sent to ProMdeK 'lrt toduy. Tim rlllea wro Btift here by pee1ul 'order of the Uni ted StatM Qpovernment so that Ameri can' oltlaena could protaet themselves Ir. cujie or riots, und yhll they arrived moro than u week ugo, few huo boon ti.Ke nout by tho cltlxena ub Uiuy tiro belmr hlldat 10 eacn. A coninilttoo of nine Aniorlcuns was ummintad oy Prealdont Madoixi to look after tho rules and the greatest protect Is tomlng fixim Amorlettiia In gLiirul. They Hnoi;t that the ruiu Bhlntiod hero aro of a patlorn diM.ard ed by the United flutes army eeial e.ir ago uill i an bo bought In ahops carrying dlwaraed army goods In the stutc for f?.30 each, EL OLD MISSISSIFP ABOVE THE MARK Of Floods South of Mem phis Break in Levee at Wilson, Ark., Helped Situation at Memphis. (tTnltod Preis Leased Wire.) St Louis, Mo., April 10! Tho Mississippi river Is aboo the Hood stage at points south of .Memphis to duj. At VlckPburg the river regit ered S0.G feet, u rise of six-tenths ot a foot over yesterday; at New Or leans It was at IS. 2, a llso or four tenths. Klghteen' feet Is the Hood stage at Now Orleans. Ai Memphis and all points north, the river Is gradually falling. A stage of 43.2 prevailed at Mem phis today, a fall of four-tenths. A rail of one-tuntH was registered at Cairo. These reports wero reached by the local weather bureau toduy, and In dicate a steady movement of the (lood southward. Serious situations hto (Xpcited to arise in MUslsslpiiI and I.oulMana. Break at WINon. M niphls, Tonn., April 10. Tho break In tho lovea at Wilson, Ark., iodi helped the situation here und n the lower lovoes somowhnt. The river fell four tenths of a foot in hi past -I hour, but the crest of Hit Hood Is moving south. A desperate light Is on to hold tin leveos ot I. uxors. Osceola,, Hur llold and Curulhersvllle. Tho water is topping tho loveo for miles bolow CanitlUTHVllle und sand opls and crawllsh lunks add to the turror. Tlio steamer Kit ('arson, with 50,000' sund bags, arrived nt Oseuola tdday. The break at Wilson Is 1,000 fhet wide and custom Knnsas will be Hooded from Mississippi to Crowley's Bridge, nn area of EQO.OOO-neres. Tlie WHter reached llaglc. Aik, last night, and the electric light plant went out of commission. Courier rodu all night In udvunco of the yel low Hood which Is pouring westward over tho tint lands, warning persona to seek safety. No Lives Lost, Bo fur us can be learned there bus not beou u single llfo lost, but thou sands of cattle have perished and over L',000 persons nre homeless, iKorecuHter Kmory says the river will fall slowly but It will bo sev i'ral days before It will roach fort feet. Oovernor Hrewer of Mississippi has ont tho state convicts to work on tho Yazoo levee and one of the great- i st struggles In tho history of Amerl- i a Is being mude there to hold tho water In tho river bed. Ilrawor nar rowly escaped drowning yesterday when lie foil from a skllt and wived hlnifelf only by grasping n floating telegraph pole. Thoro Is great need of small boats for rescuo work. Ilundrods of per sons nre still maropned In tho Hood ed district nnd small boats aro need ed to bring them to the- lave vvheu tho river Men mors enn plek thorn up. The following towns nro under from three, to ten feet of wnter to dny Wilson, Marked Tree, Tils Lake TM'Uoravlllo and Tvronlca. All havo n population of '200 or over, Market) Tree having 1.000. Ynhvls and boats liuve been sent Into the Hooded country and hund reds nro being rescued from big spots whero they nro marooned with the wator all around them. .Inhibition ut Washington. Washington, Alprll 10. Jubilation and uxcunea limited uround tho varl oum political hoadtjuurtora here to day pmmlKciioiiMly, when tlie lesult of tho Illinois prlmury becume kuoivn. Tho Taft leaden aald they were not tienonding on Illinois anyway. "'Local lasues wore responsible,' f.ild HeureBntatlvo McKinley, th Taft manager. "Tho result Iiuh no tearing whatever on the outcome ot the preaWentlal oontoat. Walt until ou mob tho pannsrlvanla result" Senuor Dixon, Hoosovelt munager. cald: "Illinois voters have served noUco that they are unaltoivibly op posed to tho reaotlonary policies ot Taft and to tho reactionary bosses to ulwim h.. in nermlttlng his manugora Ho commit his irtilltical future." Tho Wilson loaders hud little to say. They, too. wore looking forward hope fully to the iPennsylvunla resuii. Meantime wo In the houso tho robel veil was urw.lne Ohanip Clark as ho nsiendod the rostrum, and me -Missouri members worn declaiming ot tho Moor that tho Illinois result In sured Cltirk's nomination. Clark hold u reception In his of. flco, and tho hnn'ushaklng almo'st dlH nbled him so that ho could scarcely hold tho guvol whon he Lonveiied the house. llioppnl Out of the Cloutls. llompitead, U I, ApiU 10. Urn-iri ping out of tho clouds, rieorgo A. 'aiuitv. aviator, todav slrolloU IlltO Mtlipolu courthouse, phutlrd guilty tn exceeding the uutomoblle "i",f,d llmtt, jutd a 10 line, climbed into his uero ,i).ne and How avvuy ROOSEVELT SWEPT Carrying That State in a With About 150,000 Over Wilson And Never Knew Before Defeated. IAFI FORCES In Kentucky State Conven tion Today and Will Run it Bradley Uncompro mising. (United Press Leased Wire.) Loulavllle, K... April 10. The force of Presltk-nt Taft will have complete control of the state con vention scheduled to open Mt noon totlav. Tlie Uooseveli delegates are outnumbered four t one, ltetfort. tho feathering whh called to order. .Senator Hradlev. Tnft's man ager, declared he would fight any compromise that had for Its object the inclusion of JuiIkp Olteni. Hooe volt's apoKoPiniHti In the delegation-ut-lnrxK to Chlrago. "llatber a thousand defeata than any plan whepMiy O'Uear would go ag a delegate," ttradley aald. , . In spite of Itradley'a pctflMye lnte inent and the iliHiUPHtioned iloniln nni'H of tlie Taft supporters, comprn. mlso Is being urged as tlie tvoult of the action of th Klfth dUtrb't con vention hare last night wjiercdiy Taft and Itoosevelt got a delegate. Tho district llna-un stands lit for Tafl and 3 for Hooaevelt, with four Tnft dolegutes and two Uoosevjlt tlele- gates contested. Wu To Coiiio Hack. Shanghai. April to. Wu Ting l-Nuwr. foi vpara minister to the Hnltetl States from tlie old Chinese omplrr. was to dav nominated liv Yuan Shi Kal. preif dint of the Chlneae ropublle, to rep resent the new government In the t'nl ted States. New of the uppolntmnt or the former minister was received at his lundriuiiter here from Pekln. Wu bid been under consideration for the post nt the head of the foreign office In the cabinet, but It wu finally de cided that his wide acquaintance and populailtv In the United Stu tea .would make hlx services theie of greuter vulue to tho republic. MIihmm Voting Tuilii). Columbus, O.. April 10. I'ortv-llvo thousand bltumlnoiin coal miners In Ohio are voting today us to whether thev shall ratify the wage scale agreement recently effected In Cleve land between bituminous inlm rs and operators. The referendum prliiiurl- lv will determine If the Ohio miners shall continue the guaponslon wlilcii has been In effect since the Cleve land agreement was reached two wpeks ago. Tho referendum voto Is suld to bo nrouHlng only slight Interoat In some of tho mining dlstrlots. and It was predicted today thnt tlm vote would be light. Many of tho miners In Pel moot county are said to he opposed to th ratification ot the agreement but miners' officiate, at the head quarters here, expressed confidence todov that tlie voto would Indicate n great majority In favor of resuming work. Official returns from the districts voting todav will be forwarded tn the International miner' beiid(iiarters at 1 nil In nn polls, vhere thev will he t minted on or before April ST.. Philosophical Phelix. I I llll I bPkN.vCTUic eonvo- ' lliia OVTsr0 Xv'wv - ii-rj vir I v. o UV-T V VI e i Ohio Weill liV. IJloudi weather. prolMblv almwi-ra In Boutlvwestein poition louiglit or Thursduy, warmer tn northern por tion T-hursdav. CONTROL ILNOI Cyclone o! Popularity Plurality Clark Wins Such a Mixup Politics - - - "Votes For Women" (United Press Leased Wire.) The follow lug vote of -the 'entire state M baaed ou Incomplete returns compiled up to noon today: . t I'roldcntiul. Roosevelt 230)000 Tuft 11S.00O La Follc-lto 41,000 t'lurk 221,000 Wilson 711,500 I'lilictl '.siiin-H Senator. (Cook oounty. only.) Itepuliliciiii. Mnglll 3t!,SM t'oiioii ns.cog SheniHtn yPflfb Webater '7,t9j I'nr Onvcruor. Hepiibllt'iin. Deiifen lHS.OOO Kmall i'.O.COO Wayiuati S,O0O Yutea 41,000 HurburgH 31,000 Dcinociat". Dunno . . AlM-htiler Caluwell Dickson 1S8.000 SU.OOO Ti.OOO 7,000 Chicago. April 10. Incomplete ic turiiH ft urn all sections of the state. RViillHlile emly toduy Indicate that Co'onel Hmicevelt has carried Illinois' Hist presidential preferpeo primary by fi'Mii ll.'i.OoO to 1VI.00O over Piesldont Thft lie Is assuied of it of the Btates RS delegates to the national lie-" publli-Hii convention. One district- the, IKth In Chicago, the Lorlmer strong luhl, went for President Taft, while two districts out In the stuto uro attll in doubt. A (!i cater Suiprl-c. a An even greater surprise than tho landslide for Huosuvelt wits the oleaji sw'eop of the state by Chump CJuiV, who Is today ceittilu 6t a solid Ill inois delegutlon at tiia Haltlmdre con vention. IndlcaUons lira that ho' will top tlie Woodrorf Wilson voto by .1to 1. Shelby M Culloiu, the agod HllnolB United States senator, will undoifuted ly be retuined to private lire as tlie i emit or the balloting. Scattered re turns Iioiii twii-thlid or the cuuntiltm In the statu indicate thai Lawience V. Slierman was the cholco of tho Hb- publlcana In the Huiuitorlul udvisory vote iloveruor DenGeii was renominated ly ',:,n)i over l.eu MmuM, the Lorlmqr candidate. Ills neillOst llvul. Koriner Muor i:dward P. Dunne, of Chicago. Is the Demociatlc choice for governor, lending the Held b 88.0(H). Sciintoi- Lu I'ollcllo's Vote. Senator La Kollotto's prosldentlul vote Is expected to reaolt 40,000 In the state, His suppoiters aio elated ovor this showing, which thoy declare -1b leinatkable. Without the presence of their lender and practically without funds to carry on u fienzled county to county campaign with hordes of orutors, tho La Polletto managers uiiidu it simple appeal to the voteta thiough the literature that tho Chi cago headiuarteis distributed. This nppeul was made simply upon the re cord of the piogiesHlvo leader and his stand In behalf of "progressive prlnut pliw." "Old time politician in the gloom or the Taft dereat today ad mitted that u vote of 40.000 utter tlio unostentatious campaign the La l'ol letto supporters made Is remarkable. Thoy declare that never before In the history of the stale has such a uulot dtitermliied pi el eic nee boon ovidonc(jd ilchplto the desperate efforts of othor cundlilates. Strenuous attempts were made to bilng La Kollelte here during the campaign but he hud pledged hlm helt to speak In the Nebraska primal? light before the Illinois leglslutura pnsnetl the piealdeulW.1 prlmury bill two weeks ago MiKlNl.KY AND CANNON. Chit ago, April M.-ir Con McKinley. tho Tatt campaign manager und "Ciule Jou" Opinion go to the Kopub- luuu iiutlonul convention us delegate tlit' will havo Ui wour the Hoosevelt lwilgc The Hoosevolt lnndsllde In Illinois preferential primary over whelmed tho home dlstrlcta of both these bitter political opponents ot the foi mi r piesldeiit. Congiessinttn Mc Klnle'a tllHlilct, county, waul and pieilnet went to Hoosovelt by a score of 2 to 1 vote. Late l etui us Including piactlcully complete totals from Cook county In dicate that liotvaevelt will havo 1IS0,- two plunllt.v over the president. Sen ator La Toilette, the thhd candlduto in the nepiiblk-un proNliloutlut contest, having made practlcallv no campaign, secured ten per cent of the Uepubltcan vote tliroughoiit tho state While Iluofcovelt und Tuft worker hod large lleets of uutomomblies In this uciuntv and In the couiitrv to help out tholr vote, the ta l-'olletto workers walked to tho polls. The lai Pollette people were without workef Coutluucd ou Pago Tbroe. 'I a -"""?