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TS1CZ TWO UJEATS
MT. VEEKON, 0., FEIDAY, MAECH 17, 1911 No. 22
Juarez Officials Decline To Discuss
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Ins Trias Ts Scene Of
AT SAX ANTQHiQ
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NAYAX. tnen are jnst now paying a great deal of Attention to the dereJ
cpmexil at submarines, some matin- the prediction that this type of
xessd is destined to make the costly Dreadnoughts obsolete. The
recent sinking; of a German submarine with its crew, all, bnt three of
whom "were rescued after remaining under -water kcreral hours, has directed
atrenttai is safety measures. One ragrestlon is that submarines be bunt
Trfth remorable keels, so that In case of an accident the keel can be dropped
so that the boSy ' be vessel trill rise- The English admiralty has adopted
a safety helmet xrith which all submarines trill be equipped. The helmet fits
tie shoulders and is attached to a short waterproof jacket. Inside the hel
met is a combined pnrifier and axyjrcn generator that will permit the wearer
to hreathe the same air repeatedly Tvhlle qnlttins a disabled craft and rising
10 the snrface. It Is said that the apparatns can be put on In thirty seconds
-without assistance. The cnt printed above shows an ntrasual view of a sub
Tngrine. It is a section of the Xorwesian Kobben. and;the gasoline engines
anaVbhafttnc for the twin renews are plainly shown. It$frflftotlced that
little siace is left in this end of the boat for the crew. The'new German
-will be constructed on this
nmcicnicn between America's Atlan
tic ports and the Chinese coast.
Discloses Japan's Plans.
Tie Japanese plans for conquest
jnxrriSe fcr the seizure cf the Phnip
jtnes, the Hawaiian ilnt!s, the
American Samoan islands nd Gnam
Ity this Tnrans Japan would create a
pennEBent and tmalterable advan
iase for herself. The most powerful
American Seet cont-eivahlc -would be
lelpiesE in mch an immense area of
crpexatlnn as the PaeiSc ocean with
out advance bases, so that the cap
ture of these bases by Japan would
reader t'"1 country the undisputed
Cdhanhxts, O., Harch IE. Carl J.
CTty. TS, convicted of manslaughter,
-with Tecnnanendation fcr extreme
xaercy. iox ahootiag and tilling his
wife. Alice Cly. last summer, -was
sentenced to the Mansfield reforma
tory hy Jnflge KlnVesd. Cly win be
tiien to Mansfield within five days.
The time rf lis release depends upon
PREACHERS CAN'T SLEEP
Ccanmhia!, O.. March IE. "If the
Oo3 ministers from Cleveland -want
3 to investigate the penitentiary let
them set (cammitment papers from
the clerk, cf Cayaacga county aad.
xHet thsx xtsy la lero six- mesths or
I a yesx. they -will tno w -what the, fn-
3 stttunan ic anu iiow it is conducted.
Nothlns Uevt In Strike.
CineiHaati. O, March It Outside
ef Wik ssrmxoatiing of 09 deputy
EberMi: at Somerset, Ky, tn preserve
coder, there -were no new develop
ments In the strike of the firemen on
the Csctcnati. 3Cew Orleans Texas
Sat en Wrong End.
Zsxtssvffle. 0 March lfi. Jacoh
-"jflHiEHsa, farmer, rcsiaias Bear this
4ty. sat rcpoa the -wrong cad of the
TUrns & tre -which he -was sawing
ag, aaa saEtsiaea a brakm leg.
mistress of the Pacific ocean.
There is no doubt that Japan is
now in a position to seize the islands
because they are either unfortified,
or Insufficiently fortCed, and sunt
dent protection by the, American
fleet is impossible.
The count severely criticises the
United States for failing properly to
fortify its Pacific possessions, refers
to the fact that Admiral Dewey im
mediately after the Portsmouth peace
conference said Japan would soon be- j
come too powerful for the United I
the board of reformatory managers.
Counsel for Cly withdrew their mo
tion for a new trial just be'ore sen
tence was pronounced. "When Cly
was asked if he bad anything to say
before Jndge Klnkead fixed the pen
alty, ho said: "I didn't kill my wife;
t dldnt shoot myself, and you'll find
that out some day."
Otherwise I don't see at present how
wa can allow them to stay la here
over sight or make the kind of an
iavestipation upon which they seem
latent." said Warden Jones. In dis
cussing the proposed visit of a cum
ber of Cleveland ministers for par
poses of investigating the prisca.
AS YOU UKE IT
George W. Stevens, well known In
the theatrical business, died at Utlca.
2. T aged 79 years.
Herbert De Con. as American ex
plorer, was killed by natives oa the
sorta coast of Africa.
' Prizes, aggregating J1M.W8 will be
hang sp id. the aviation steel, at
Paris, starting Jcae 4. - t'
At Globe. Ariz, George Jsnaley
xisSed the taase of Mayor Ax&ersea.
He wa siKit dead by th mayer.
; Several Others Fatally Injured
- at Nasi, Tenn,
Ralph McCullom, Weil-Known Con
tractor, Met Instant Death and Ed
win Hart, Insurance Adjuster, Seri
ously Injured While Working In
Ruins of J. H. Fall Building, Gutted
by Fins March 6 Total of Thirty
Men Caught In Crash.
KashriUe Tenn., March 13. tn the
collapse of the J. H. Fall building,
which was gutted by fire March 6,
SO or more men were caught by fall
ing walls, and "of this number 11
have been recovered alive and as
many more dead bodies have been
taken out. Of tho 11 rescued,
nine are now in the hospital, and
the Injuries of some will be fatal.
All hut a few of the men caugh
beneath the pile of brick, stone and
mortar were colored laborers.
One of the white men caught was
Ralph McCnllom, a local contractor,
who It a brother of Guy McCullom, a
widely known musician. He was
killed instantly. Edwin Hart, son of
Thoma M. Hart, well known in the
ast as an insurance adjuster, was
rescued alive In a perilous position.
Besides the contractors, insurance
men and laborers, it is thought that
two unknown boys were caught.
Senator Burton Says Mexican Situa
tion Just Like Cuban Affair.
Cleveland. O, March 1G. United
States Senator Burton predicted
United States Intervention In Mexico
when Chihuahua, capital of the north
ern state of the same name, is cap
tured by the rebels.
"The United States will not seek
the conquest of Mexico, but will aim
to restore peace, establish the gov
ernment on a firm footing and then
withdraw, Burton said.
"We have nothing to fear frcm Ja
pan. The Mexican situation is grave,
but it is merely serious revolt which
the United States can limit by inter
ference at the proper time. Should
the United States take a hand, It will
be a repetition of the Cuban inva
sion." LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CHICAGO CatUe: Beeves. iS ISfJ6 85:
Texas fteert, H 1565 CS; western steers.
SI 7065 ii: stocLets and feeders. 14 00
I 75- coles'" and heifers, 11 C05 SO.
Cxlvew JS 156 S 59. Sheep and Lambs
Xatlta sheep. Jl 00S 10; western. 13 15
05 10; native lambs. 15 0005 35; west
ern. 15 15C 35; yearlings, 11 75.Q5 C5.
Boss LlSht. H S0Q7 00; mixed. 1C E58
( 90; heavy. 1 5o 5; roughs. 16 459
6 CS; piss. 5067 05. Wheat No. S
red. W-eSliC. Corn Xo. C. 47CI7KC
Oats So. 1. 30giJ-c
EAST BUFFAtC CatUe: Export cat
tle. 15 S5SC SO; shipping steers. 15 759
C 0. butcher cattle. 15 15 50; heifers.
II eo5 75; fat cows. 13 5085 15; bulls.
II MS? 6 SO; milkers and sprlnsers. 115 00
gCO 03. Calves 19 500 00. Sheep and
Lambs Jllitd sheep, 14 7565 03; areth
ers. 15 005 35; ewes. 14 5034 75; lambs.
15 75ffl M: yearilnES. IS 50SS 00. Hoss
Heavies. 17 20; mediums. 17 15C7 30;
Torkers. 17 4087 50; piss. 17 (0; roushs.
W 110 C 49: stags. 15 0035 15.
CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red. 110
He Com No. 2 mixed. im43Uc
Oats So. 2 mixed. HIiOMt Rye No.
. JlfSSlc Lard IS K5. Bulk Meats
Sit 75. Bacon 111 S75S. Butter Cream
ery extras. Wc; creamerr firsts and sec
ends, 2282CKC; dairy, lie Poultry
Springers. isa22c; hens. lSHc; turkeys,
lie Esbs UQlic Cattle 12 259
C 15. Sheep 12 254 15. Lambs II 259
I 54. Hoes Batchers and shipper. 17 10
7 20; common. 17 0087 25.
PITTSBURO CatUe: Choice. SI 500
$C 7t; cood. It 15QC 40: tidy batchers.
IB ttK2 10: helXers. II O0S 00; cows,
bnlls and stass. 12 5?25 u, fresh cows.
ft! MfjtO 00. Calves VeaL It 5507 75.
Slieep and Lambs Prims wethers. 15 01
ITS 15: good mixed. II 2504 CO; bunas.
15 5007 00; rcarilcss. 14 SO0S 00. Hcs
Heavy boss. 1' 1007 15; heavy mixed.
17 2S37 SO: mediums, SI 3507 40; heavy
Torkers. 17 4007 45; Iltht Torkers aad
pics. IT 4507 SO.
CLEVELAND Cattle: Choice steers.
15 75ft 35; heifers. St 0085 25; rat cows.
S3 5004 25; bulls. SI 7505 25; milkers
aed springers. CS 00660 00. CsItcs
Sf down. Sheep and Lambs Mixed
sheep. SI 4004 59; ewes. 14 W; best
sheep. $1 75; Iambs, 15 M0C 70. Hoc
Heavies. 17 03; mediums. 17 1507 25:
Torkers. S7 3007 15; Ilsfcts. n 40; stass.
15 0005 SO; rosshs. 150C 25.
BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva
nia. XX. 31032c: deUlce washed. 33K0
lie; delaine unwashed. 2C027c; fine un
Berehastable. 2502c; H-blood combine,
2039c: K-Mood tomhlnc 2ts027c: t
tlood combine 29c: Ksntocky acd ImJ1
tas. ,-blood. 27027Uc: U-ctood. 2S0
TOLEDO Wheat, OlVie; com. 4XHa;
oats, sic; rr. rrfei dovcrutd. ti u.
i rxMBtm .
mX .-.. Jb.n -
Proposes To Give Mayors Power To JlppoinfMemliers Of
Local Civi! Service Commissions Senate Passes.
Two Bills To Tax Valuable Oil.And .Mineral Leases
And Personal Property OfCorporations-Norinal
Schools Get Appropriation
Columbus, O., March 1G. Senator
Krause cf Cuyahoga county intro
duced a bill to place employes of the
state under civil service regulations.
The bill was drawn by City So-
llcltor Baker of Cleveland. It I
provides for a commission of
three, to be appointed by the gover-j
ncr. Those exempted from the oper-j
allort ot the civil service commission j
are: All elective officers; all offi
cers, boards and commissioners ap
pointed by the governor or the legis- j
lature; all election officers; all
Judges and officers appointed by
judges; all officers of the militia; all
superintendents of and all teachers
in public schools and the state educa
tional institutions. Senator Krause
also introduced a bill to prohibit
raffles cf any kind.
A bill bill to change the method of
select!: e the members cf municipal
civil ttnrlce commissions was intro
duced la tue senate by Sen
ator Doro of Seneca county. Under
the present law there are three mem
bers, one appointed by the president
of the schco! board, one by the prest
dent ct council and the third by the
president of the sinking fund trus
tees. Under the Cere bill there
would be four members appointed by
the mayor. The board would be bi
Urr;ed by Democrats.
Senitor Dore said that fce had ln
troducpd the bill fcr rcram Cclum
bus Dpxocrats, but refused .to men
tion any names.
"This hill will not destroy civi'
service," says Senator Dore; "itr
purpose 13 to change the power of ap
pointing the evil service commission
from the board now holding that
power to tu.
Cincinnati. 0 March 16. Common
Fleas Judge Gorman, in a decision
handed down reviewing the finding
of tho committee appointed to in
vestigate charges of contempt against
George B. Cox, Indicted Republican
leader, declares Cox was guilty of
gross contempt of court in giving an
Ravenna, O.. March 16. Ravenna's
business district and the Portage
county courthouse were threatened
with destruction by fire which de
stroyed the Empire block. The loss
on the Empire block and to the occu
pants of that building Is estimated at
The Philippines, which jvere discov
ered by Magellan In March. lKH. are
made up of some 1,400 islands, the area
ot the -whole archipelago being about
111,000 square miles.
BELIEVES COX GUILTY
ALTHOUGH CHARGES FAIL
Remove Siale Era-
The senate passed Lowery house
hill to appropriate 150,000 each for
normal schools at Bowling Green and
Kent. The bill limits the amonnt
that may be expended in construct
ing and equlrping the schools to
$250,000. Senator Bader of Hamilton
county offered an amendment to re
duce the amonnt to $200,000, and af
ter this was voted down Senator
Dean of Sandusky county offered an
amendment to reduce it to J 225,000..
This was voted down.
The senate passed two bills by
Senator Dore, one designed to put on
the tax duplicate hundreds of thou
sands of dollars of mineral and oil
land leases, which now are said to.
escaoe taxation; the other to provide
that realty cf corporation" Is to be
taxed as Is other real estate, not as
House Passes Bills.
Among the hills passed In the
house were the following:
Mr. Hudson of Scioto Increasing
from $15,000 to $20,000 the maTimnm
expenditure for building an armory.
Mr. Keller of Lucas Creating the
Eleventh common- pleas Judicial dis
trict; first subdivision, Lucas county;
second, Ottawa and Sandusky coun
ties; third, Erie county. Huron coun
ty is made the first subdivision of
the Fourth district
Mr. Kilpatrlck of Trumbull Re
quiring toilets on intemrban cara
running over 10 miles to be closed
Strike Call Is Issued.
Indianapolis, March IS. The for
mall call for a strike next Monday of
10,000 miners in Ohio acd western
Pennsylvania tras sent out from,
headquarters of the United Mina
Workers here The men "are ear
ployed In the Tnscarawas district
interview regarding the court and
grand Jury after ha had been in
dicted. The Judge declares, however, that
in --iew of the fact that Ccx faces a.
charge of perjury, he should net be
prosecuted at this time for contempt.
Bellefcntaine, O, Marvh 1C Fu
neral rervlces of Judge wmtam H.
TVest will be held from his home to
morrow. Rev. Vf. I. Barrett, pastor
of the First Presbyterian chnrca,
will oaclate. The pallbearers -will b
Former State Senator Saai H. West
TV. F. West, Johnson West, E. P.
Chamberlain and Represestatlv W
Oh. gectla reader, ten cs why
In resemracts that we pass by
That bear tho name of -Honest Jena's.'
"Honest Bars" and -Hostat TooTaT
We should aes the slsn display.
"Don't take knives axd forks awar.
"Leave tho mnYriT where thesTe ex;