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AN INOLPLNIIKNT NKVSP.Ii;il..,W!SOI.tTi:i.Y (I.KAN AMI FIT Foil ANY M KM It I' It OK THK I MII.Y In KKVl) CAPE GIKAKDEAU, M1SSOIK1, JUNK 12, 1911 Volume XVI Number 21 t CARRANZA PRESIDENT WILL FILES SUIT FOR DROPPEDFROM ACCEPT THE m DAMAGES PEACE PARLEY! TOLLS BILL His Delay in Answering Med-1 Will Make No Fight on Am- iators' Note Eliminates Him as Factor HOPES SCOPE WILL WIDEN NOT WHAT HE ASKED FOR Internal Affairs of MexicoMay Be Discussed at Conference Huerta's (iunboats Arrive (WNU News Service.) Washington, June 10. Presideat "Wilson said that the canal toIU repeal till, when ameuded a Use senate com promise proposes, wtould not be what he asked for In his messac- The SlmmonB Norrls compromise amend ment does not alter the repeal in the least degree, he explained, but It Is Quite unnecessary. The president con tends that legislation does not waive treaty rights and that the amendment will not alter the character of tb legislation at all endments Added to His Pet Measure While Serenading Young Ladies at Normal Dormitory, Young Man is Shot IS SERIOUSLY INJURED ' Mr. McMasters Was Victim of What Seems to Have Been a Cowardly Attack. ESCAPED CON- CORPORATION BODY OF GIRL itt fin itinnirn I viu iiiAKnito CONTROLS THE Executive Says Simmons-Norris Compronvse Unnecessary, but Will Sign Bill (WNU News Pervtre " Washington, June 10. With dangtr of a clash between the Vn'.tcd SUies and Huerta averted at Tamplco, in terest in the Mexican situation was turned abruptly to the mediation con ference after the receipt of reports that the South American envoys per sonally were Inclined to consider at an end their efferta to bring Carranza into the proceedings unless he agreed to an armlsUce. The mediators stated that they would make public all the correspond The proposed amendment la in the ' ence that had passed between them and the constitutionalists. They were raid to take the ground that they had given Carranza sufflciU time to re ply to their note of last Tuesday. Reply Is Expected. Constitutionalist agents here ex pected to hear from Carranxa hourly. Persons close to thesa asserted Car ranza would not agree to any armis tice with the federals. The constitu tionalist chief was believed to have arrived at Saltillo. If bis answer were recived it was planned to forward it to the mediators immediately. Belief w?3 expressed that the events of tha next 48 hours would de termine the scope of mediation form of a declaration that the United States does not, by repealing the tolls exemption clause, surrender the right to exempt American coastwise vessels In the future, if it so desires. The amendment probably will be voted on Immediately. Asked if the amendment really raises the question of whether the t'cited States Is right or wrong In ex empting American coastwise strips from toll, the president answered in the negative. IN1 said there was a strong intimation that some of the enators who would vote for repeal lid not wish it understood that the question of right or wrong was being Offers His Wife as a Ive.tson VA hv He Should be Paroled -May ' (Jet Pardon LIVING EXEMPLARY LIFE Says He Was Victim of False Friend Who Persuaded Him lo Flee and Then Snitched TIMBER PRICE A STREAM Unique Scheme is Used by Had Keen Missing For Tour the American Car and I Davs After Taking a Foundry Co. j Hat Ride KOW THE SCHEME WORKS NO SIGNS OF VIOLENCE settled by their vote. The president i whether It would be confined to dlf added that any o:: of these men who ferences betveen Huerta and the to felt could hnve done what will be United State9 or extended to a gen done by the amendment by a per- eral discussion of Mexico's Ills. Mean onal statement on the floor of the while the federal and American mla enate. I sions continued their negotiations . 1 which promised to reach a point COOK SHOT ON TRAIN Ceo. Williams Shot in the Hand by John Crocker at Illmo I. n ' i i -1' I ! i I Hi It ill I i e'l-pkx '.II I. Ill ( 'I i ! M.':r! Hi. hand "II ,, -.i).'! whi I " : :i I '.'.'i II. Ua- -hot . ii. 'i. IJ...-U I I n-, U!V the 1!!; (V 111. J.I la.- I ' ' ' ' .1 k.- I 1 1 ', :l II. i " i ' I C II I'!.,;.! mm- M.-upl::- I. i- - k .-!, Mi. ! V. !- I, "I III Itll I. ..III.. I Hall I pa--.. I t 1 1 1'c .1 ; I I lu ll, M..!.:i.V Inoiu.ln. I ....II. 1 III,' trail! while I V .l.illll (Yoel.'l i.l ;l I II," I.. I pel' L 1 !.' I. K. o'l Wolk Mil del .1 M. Mi.ui-. i... :i in. ,1 l.v : where a protocol finally might be drafted within a day or two. Both i since bail pres. nu'd to the mediators j h plan for Mexico's pacification. It j was said lo be practically the same I in principle, contemplating establish ! tneri cf a provisional government 'i !i vould provide for an early gen j .ml i I cii.iik for a permanent adminis ; tra'ion. ' Huerta's Gunboats Withdraw. Huerta's gunboats tha' had threat ! in1.! a blockade of Tarnpi "o sailed j I a-k to Tii'Tio Mexico, l.tu imcr. si ' p' I (-01iMlllli.il JS to W ) 1 1-1 1 ! I I' l!ie Sl'-alil"!'. M ! n;i'l;i. which . : s r . 1 !r,-,u New Yotk. , -m I i in in:: am.- ''.u !;. a, would (! j ... I s! ;; o'lleli! S of th" i , 'So V. 'I'e 1! it fori !l- I I (if i be V'ard Hue. I , i ilia, was iiotd as , .'..iio-r was i!ne t.. 1 ' Wclii '.day "nub . " -ovenimont seiiils i ' Inspired lv a charge nt No. ti lint, tdiillcd shot lire.l I'roni a gun said to have lieen in the hands of one, W. II. White, superintendent of tl.e Normal grounds, a young man ly tin- name .( I,. A. McMasters is reported to have suddenly aliandoneil his intentions of serenadian the .vihiiik ladies of the dormitory, and lieHt a retreat with much of the same alacrity and speed as the fabled cat ill the Kox of Taeks'' story, and under ennditiims ipiite similar. "Hut the eat came ba.-k" and -o did Mr. McMasters wl.in la lili d suit a lew days nun in the ('oinimm l'lea Court, auain-t said White, in which lie seeks damages to the amount of SI(MM). It seems that on the eveniim of May '.M-t, a party of younc men. Kpiipped with musical instruineiits, entered the Normal arounds and o!. taini'il permission from the watch man to serenade the nirls in the dormitory. The lioys state that after taking this precaution they felt secure, and proceeded at once with th meert. They had only fairly started, however, when they were tired upon, guerilla fashion, from the darkness. The lir-t two discharg es missed the mark, though the lioys say tiny heard the shot striking a!l around them. Needless to any, I hey shifted their position at once, and while passing arming the corner of the Imil.liiig they were again inter cepted and Hired upon. Mr. Me- Masters a the victim of the seem- j inglv cowardly and uncalled I'm at- tack. He was iiiit.' seriously injure.!, having received a huge ininilier .! j the leaden pellet- in his k-tck. -id.-, j arm and L'L-. many ol which an -till ,lel-.lv il!l!M-d.i d ill tl ' t!e-h j 'I !; o.lllJ-ter- who have lieeli i; t. i vi. w . !. slate t hat all e einl.. i - ; (WNl News Service.) Little Rock, Ark., June lO.Takeo back to the prison from which, k had escaped on Jan. 7, 113, T'. D. ("Shorty") Jones, axed 15 yetfs, Ms left la Little Rock ike wife be mar ried wbtle free. Joaee bellevfj that when Gov. Cruce of Oklahoma hears the circumstances he will grant a pa don to him. Jones watt the victim of a fait friend, who betrayed his presence to a kittle Rock officer. He baifeet) A resident of Little RocX )& tenia.s) e44 was making an fionoralle) lltnr ffoot ofti.r hlu upplval tiorA. ha nftAvrleil Ul attractive widow wtf two caJldrjA?j became affiliated with & local Blti4 I congrcKatlon and In all respects w4 living an exemplary llie. .Tot. i s was serving a 17-yer (rrofp the penitentiary at MeAltstir. 01 . fio conviction for assault to 111 I, YVpii he was a trusty be becane Itlf4;4J from drinking with Man who' tesed to be his friend, a former vlct. He persuaded Jenea t ee. which he did while IwWm 1M t Influence of liquor, ftfl mOUW that man saw Jones th Littl4 R Ten days afo that m4o notlfiej ut prison authorities at foAlssyp that Jones had married, rerormel and was doing well in Little Rack. Th arrest followed. Pe'itlons for pardon, are being cir culated in Little Hock to be forwarded to Oov. Cruce. asklns; Dim to pardon Jon en so that he maf return to tMs city and take care of his wife and her two children. Koad Thirty Miles l.onu, ly Ma nipulation, is Able to Fix I'rire Paid For Timber OLDCAPKRESIDKNT DIES iW.N't' News Hel l. e Jefferson City, June lo. A unique scheme of the Amorlcan Cur a.ii- I laundry company, a 0,000,0ou cor poration, throuita subsidiary corpora tions to force timber owners of I'oiir Missouri counties to sell to It their Umber at ptaetleally Ita own price fs 1tnlid In an optatoii band -a .own Commlsnlofief WllltaM f. Woerner oj the. publk leVvfl cTmirplssioii of fs8ourl. ty rftvMIng 3 1) tulles of railroad, all owned by the American company, through subsidiaries. Into four supa? rati parts, tho rails of whu-ii i nnaeit, but which sro controlled by corppraV tlons of different namev, tne . onipanv has for years successfully t.ien nten timber owners front resriiinn iMitsldi markets with Uielr timber. T ie com mission holds that the entire railroad shall be opened to public use How the Scheme Works. The scheme, as explained in the opinion. Is: The Frisco railroad has a spur five ititl one half miles Ion from Its trucks to flllgo. In Ient county. Tl.e Sllgn Furnsco company owner laud about Sllpo from which It cot Its Umber. Having exhausted the timber Mipply within reach. It became necessary to extend a railroad into the for. sis. It organized the Sllgo Ki.stern as n common carrier, this being nec essary beinnse It must cross public highways Between the two it inter posed 1,1'imi fpi t of rails on its own propel iv. which. It tas contended, were private. Last Seen in Company of Former Kmploer Was Working on a Hal I i more Taper Mrs. I. Halm 1'ass.cs . gcring Hint a l'li r a I in t !i, p pi- tl . I.- ilv and lb iinpro'. ol. , ih-t -l--1 ii- ' !l e ill t . Mi M.HM iii.i -i.i 1 l. l,;i i er lil.-IM. 1 '! i ipsji ns lion of t' j com in" Aii fi : which own-; I rnyln-r that ill--;,rrb. at Tamp . the United Si; Mi ,i IH-I, .-I i ll. il.dul-jil.,' plot 111- I I 111 ,rl r T -. l -ir-in - nest, kit- :ig 111 l'-,p, ... : i.ie, . I ,e - ll! I ' I u'. lor -, ;Uel b.ii! 1-i:m '-ill. ( , .,!., i si ,,t. - 1 1 1 1 I ,. - i : . : i ! - 'I., t : i : r i 1,1111 -i'!l :l -HI' ' ' ,, k:-, - l-.ir ii. i ., n , ; ., ,,i ' . i which k v.,'v- i 1 - :..-.- il ,- i.M , l'.,.. . her. I I" I '. M.-M v.:ll, I t I, r I. I - nil nil I del p 11' I - I ; , I-. Itl- ,l:l W N H New ttrrvlce.) ltsltlmore, June 10 Mis Ella Win ter. a sUnograplier, disappeared. Kei body, fully clothed, but with a ell)t cut over the right eye, was found Ui Curtis creek fUflV0 Ubarlne IL Jxjjsr of lir,s,kl Anne Arundel ceont, Immediately ordered an auto, sy. It showed no signs of violence. I), Meredith Kcwse. Jr., the last mas whij l ffbown to have seen Miss Wla (sp' llfte, and whni.e Kust she waaeo it mitor boat ThiirstiayjlTenlnR, sayi lie iias no theory as to, lrf she died to does not Pelievn atn' wss mur dered. Is sure 1I141 sbe Wmt not lit 1 auloldal mood when 1 ho left him and he cannot understand how she conk Inivp been aci identally drowned. Reese and Miss Winter bad beet: close Mends fur Hbout five years Ills psrftts, her mother and brother knew of his .ittent Ions to her Keesc Is divorced It was generally believed that they were engaged. When Reese went to New York some time ago to engage in business. Miss Wlater wr nt tcre also and got ' place as a stenographer. When he returned to llaltiniore she, too, came buck and nbtaim d employment as the stenographer tor .1 W. Si 'ilard, bust nes Tnnnag'T of the naltlinore Amer lean, which position she filled at the time of her death. lb-' In "I v win 11 found was fully dressed, even a raincoat and yellow chamois glows, which Miss Winter wore when she loft htr lioni" Thurs day a! out 7 ::o o'eWcjk Th hat. how 1 r. u rs mi.ssln". The back and After exliant 1 ito: the timber aloii" . f..i( were badly swolMii There ww 1 the S!io A- Kastern railroad, the sjKM Hl r . 1 -: 11 of lq skill out the I company il-siieil to extend i:s rolls ' right eye. Several diamond rings ! fartli.-r It acc'iired control of a strip i whit h are b . tiered to have been pres- of land 11 mil-s long As it lid not ..m:i ftnin K. wr on 'he llngprs have to cross p.ihli bktiwav -, ihk 11 ami at lln 1,. I th.-re was 11 diamond . s enlist rui I' d v brooch .'I of the tannic ; .:;.:r:;dCAPAHAS WIN, 3-2 1 : ,!ro-i., t. n I If. .i . oi..,. . Tli ' ore -mi. -I a t a j , ; " '" d'Hi!hard Home Kim in K'lli !i si tiu' Saes tJit' CIom" (iame r Ii. I ti orders to her cap'.iin not to go iniol'- that port." MtllltlUT (.ITS lTNi: Jtll, SI.Nll.Nt i, tt-l-e Mi nt li' n .nun 1 1 s I. 11, - it, t I ! ! 1 1 t!,;lt IM tl.e ,',..V.. of people a It.l.V tl nil lie ae.ci. lent a I iv i-ii i;ini e I . . i' which he ti,.- on the train. ,-. hi'n ill'o t he eoarh -t neailv opposite him William- noticed him with li- -'ii' apoloLi'.' 1 alt' r Cloekel' follow o and took a alt, I whi- l pi 1 i 1 i ti ii a '-on frmn lo- pocket . il littus jiiinped from hi- -cat and staii-e-1 to pn-h the gun up then the weapon was discharged, the Indict L...iiig tlirmitli l'i- Icmd. .lolm ( 'locker was l.irmerly from Arkansas kit refused to -late the name of the town. Trial will '"me m I ..-fore .lu-ticc Will' r I ii I iv ''"" '-''i- Heavvweirjht Family. Vewnrk. O . June 5. At a reunion of the family of fkorge. H-ftky h"re right Fons and 'he father rfscntrd a rnn.hlnrd ago of ol! years ana com bined weight 2,Ct; pounds. Uio aver age age Is CO years and their averse weight 230 pounds. , M I s s- ,1 ( I I.l- I. -1,1 -11 I VI - I 'it-, StNTENCEbOYS TO SPANKING They Cussed Cop Who Ordered Them to Step Swearing at Recal citrant Auto. lil.a Tall. n,l,i r .a' : ' h. I n, I'm 1,1 -en i. i - w l1! I re-,,;, nee . n k , in i 1-1, !'- la'. . i ' li-ll.-IM- ol the e "i'ltllil, and I, una! i '!-.: r '. in. ! r 1 miles of milioad 1 a r.l" loj't'a -' ; company. Tli . t ail,, r ,...t , e'li.lSe I. tile I : I r- mi I 'mini y t ', r iti-: six mih ' vs'o ; .-l-ll fl,' Of Hi O " ' e. 'well eai I i'-r I h iblie (i!-h-v.iy The i fli cf o! l' i Slko F.oa. I ' 1 the l.ttfiiee in,,,,; lell-iil of read. ' ' j frelrht for any ' I ' xeept the furr a, i ' tends it hr.s th M l s-eheme Is !;,! ih,' ; r.il s I r i i (or I a a; in er I !' .-"lire ' "I n ! u -. lo haul - -n, or '( ripany , e . on,;, imy. It con ri lit to refu to per- I nilt frelaht to li- hauled over l'i 11 ii ml'es if prka'n triel: het w the n'pliito A' Ka-tern i r.. the Iro -. County I i Central, aad oyi r t'i 1 11 " f. ' of pr. I i vste track het'.v.-t, tli- !M!go K Fas'- I em and t'e l'rlsct. spur " j ill P -ii.l If 111.,,: III.- , I , I I. I 1 1 . V. ' N.- A'.iuniie City, tin y ( U-, ei I ,l I ; o limii'l K .::: ai..l la j ear.- old. w i i , S--r l'-c I I ii uc 10. - 1'. i a',, i: a. an 1 Iarrol I, lliij lis Kipple, i a. h ! .' , iitel'.l lal 10 ' v.. SIKESTON VOTES DRY! ill- .1 l.i I, I, li. : -I , l !,.- ( ',,1, I '.anil '- ' ' ' k- - ,1 -peel 1 , , I. . 111 .ll Iil.-.ll Sllel.i. . ,ii i.- i .nilt y and i 1 ' ', nil in J ill ale! Inn d I ' '' I a' l. ell Ada in- tool. pi... i ,1 At'itoti. I hi- was tl,.. .tal .f t he ca-e. The jury di-agri ' llie tii-l trial. Cast of 797 - ,i- I at SUEZ PROFITS UAUSE A ROW Dividends Amount to Only 33 Per Cert, Which Is Large Decrease, and Stockholders Object. t'oiii. old l.e-iikc'd .., unking" by I'.i j li- e Jiidue K' t'l'cr. Their pan-u" I A t'l'e ,'.,' . le( tO I'ik l.O'l'l leC the faitlilul pel'loi 111. nice rf the sill ' t'liCe" and llrtirohl was sent by ti.'' ' court to wili.oEii tiie puniiihnii.'iii , ! which he did with much satisfaction ' The hoys had been working unih r an auuunnbik, stretched tlat ou thu i hacks lor two hours, tV.kering u rc calcitrant erginy. llarrold beard the.m wearing and ordered the nso of toft er words. They swore at him imtoad "I'll admit you were justified in do iirr anrrp cnsslnflr af thrt eKtftvte. I've -.. .i... f!' nt v.et- without an .irg mi.it swenrine at officers must stoD. The ' '"" -h made f .w ird org;.iiiUuh"ii disnity of the fono must be maiu-ilut it w a- vti.v lalia 1," the court ruled. Boys Fieftl, Thrfts U,s;ovic(l. I a -v. 1 ni:i .1 m ' 1 , I ' I wo hoys ran'.1 Ill i i M . !: -, ,:, i-'u',.i re ( ;,, r.h li r!ca,j.., -o pi ! "Ilv 'li" e,. re- jk;,.i.,. I.a'i-r u p, - s!io'...e how ?,()i ,'. ill': .1 i i:ps. '.', ,iti he.- and ! s'l.-kpin i had I., en !o'"!l throiiull lh Votes Dry hy 17;. Majority j ronr Out ol a Total Note , it i -'.I, held thill .li I in -day .I'm'- ' ol e- Wile l'i ill lit , I ; tl . city had g..ne diy I ' I ;, ..lit ol a total ot. 1 ll is -tat, d tl lit Ml V. a - i.l ll' I wh.ll loi.lel I 7 1 In aj-il I- a-t .-I 7''7. t I'. IUII I the mi.' fd Clmnging Seats is . .lime la.--The au dio bodies of Or 3 '. ( vihloish. thnrltics -,-afi In , for .la.. .h p.-l'-r, in. and Joseph Mirzin, '.' !. ".ho were drowned when three i iii ip.iiiie'i - upset the boat ill w hich they were riding while attempting to chaiiiii- seat. i WNl' News K.-i tee.) Paris. June 10. Criticism of the management of the Suez canal was uttered for the first time In years at the annual meeting, when the usual 33 per cent dividend was declared. Some shareholders demanded to know why the amount was not larger. Charles Jotmart, former French minister, now president of the com pany, said the Suez canal tolls had been' reduced by 10 cents a ton to meet the rates fixed for Panama. f.Uunt Lassen Again Steaming. liid lint f . Cal, JuntJ 10. Another column of steam, TOO feet hli;h, is re ported to l,e rpoutina; from Mount Lassen. It k reported the mountain Is emitting fire. Lassen, at the foot of the Cascade range and In a vast volcanic, field, b'tan to s'eam hist Monday. Investi gation by fore-t rangers showed thai melting snow, running into fissures, had started a new gsyser formation. The mountain quieted down after a day or so t he I 1,1 I -ide ! oruaiiied e ,, lllit t II I ik, w Iii li a - on the .l - Wl I " I liol.illuh- and on el. . I ion .1 i v a ,1 .',il nan and women h oi.'t -ii-pi, i- i, 'l,,t 1. ol.e.l ,11 V.-le deleeal'd t '..I.- paltie- ale! I.ke inakini: an ,:'.,it to Wl t guild - v. ! 1 1 lay Ulllll tl.e poll- el I 'I hen al e -. eh -a!". a, t.-ll who will U" ....I , -,,i,li -i- t heir lieeli e ol I hi - lllllllk T in al I h lines i, t of l.ll-llll - I hi nighl at luidtiight. di t-,1, hi, .1 ki- e-pili I II- - , Wedlies.l I hie ,-pot ! " , . ' -, I ... ': ' Ik'' I I' Ilv 1 1 , 1 ' I , a ... ' j p, li ou' i" I I 'p., ,).. I .,-. 1 ent.-l I : I I 1 lion- I Oi" I i lie, ut t..j pi, I, up ,,r. d to : ,' -, ,d w -- III I'oil Mil' I v th- -'-' Bee as Aeroplane Model. 1'hiladelphia, June 5 "Olvo Ul something that beats tho air 200 yj&cl a seCflfti! and W will havo real aero ! plan's," Thomas A. Kdlson declared' afur wutcUiua a bumldgbce. j Private Banker "Broke." Chicago. June 10. A. N. J. Haum- gartner, former plumbs', whoso prl- vale bank went broke, adml'ted In pi;Nll lf WWTLI) bankruptcy proceedings that Jv lii.ii'.fl more money fixing pas pipes tkan h did playing banker. I ,ith d- 'ii .ii I ll, II ll, n I; -.' i - i i r , I d, I, ' V. I'll ( ' ip. ,..t. i d l.v ..!!,..., Tall, -. . I. at.-d t'aruih. i-vil;i "I .1 to ll ( , ,:ie. Ol, e'.V , I;,, I -. to I. AT II I M Governor Pumps Handoif. Croakston, Minn, Juno 18. Oo. Kberhardt and three companion" pumped a handcar 14 miks to roturn here after the executive's automobile had strandvd in the mud near Grand Fork. ii,', i I,'. I at I'll,, , -, I o f.ii Ik PI I k la I. a -Idi 1 1 1 I ikiiiu -aitii-l,--. Should a a hei ealinut -, ph'.i-11-l aid l.v pi on. llolllV II al th' il ad I. I .all, o k III..