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"FOR GOD, FOR COUNTRY AND FOR TRUTH."
i PLYMOUTH, N. G., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1913.
. TERSTATE COMMERpE;. , .
TO RECOMMEND COMMISSION
.JLeaate.-CommitUe'-Wowltl - Deprive-Su-'
preme Court of Discretionar
da interstate commerce in a report.
H;ot9WtprtjilB!:!t6' i.senti rti1vgfVffl
be, f urged to take atfayromuiejjJu
l:vreme. burf'the' ,JdisbtetioaaYy!;pbW
er".jit now exercises in administering
t lWfman'lAaild to defmV-cIeai'-
ly forms of IJegal f coiafaatlQ-f d
.business interests . wfll know when
-U .Xhe-. Wort .-ss'iUe, tb,e: termination,
om' tMr fivtltgaUonV-ben iy
(l? jftimSf) I4 HWf i3e -j ;decisjpn
" of the "Supreme court that "only pn
S"iililipnM)l4 'rastrilnta-' upon, trade tkte
In violation of the Jaw form the , basis
'SKt'Wr" radical suggestions by the conimit-
.. taa tn nmnnt . tlio nnH-triisf law I :
'ga'ihst' rwhat, Jt is' "claimed, ' amounts
to "legislative action" by the Su
preme court. :C55?3H3f
To enable busfness agents to clear
y understand what forjns of combi
nations, agreements contracts or
pools Aretnega'lX lgilaTon' Mil be
urged to de'ne "tiei in exaqj-tf rms.
Members of7- the committee bAieve
this necessary to protect business in
terests that desire to act without vio
Tatiag"'"Tthe" law, but- haTe.-'d
standard to inform ,them whether gon-,
W" It 'xs ' understood the report recom
' mends the creation of commisTioti
Mpfr 4&&fgJ!el8e iejfaritt'.'ote br-ILi-pmtiofts
doing busitfeas rkcroiif" state
lines, an,d that It urges amendments
to the Sherman law wfcfcfc'i-wfll.'xo&i.-
pel corporations to, ..einaln. mefff;
dependent in character than at' "pres
.nt. and, tbat.wijj enforce, cpmpeytive
Ye Ho Na La, Attended byc Native Doc-
, PMftma.Ye - Ho- ?sa iJ8f ': enM
, press dowager', of China, djdjjjeffl
Sb;b.e.,lRjor of Emperor
fcwt rsirhe ( foririer lmpeiaEalaprii wass
' i'Ib,6ut?l6' remove1 to: tei;imer-;prtion
if ifie'-Fbrbidden- Cityi jd'litta'fiNm
or 'inf :: government Jnif 7ee:
..:.,,( portion....!.. - : . . l-r yf---''
Kwi Sianii a '"ilanclauriingal.'''
Vt V4 married to Emperor... KwangsuMn.
n' ''. !. .u .J lUs
iHi rtmQtj :She "Was 48 years uiu auu ;uc
J uiece ' of the : late Empress Dodger
) n8tf-:jjgl,wh6 : always liad ' hampered.
rrhp:Emi)eror Kwangsu 'wi'th 'slayisti .at:
n tiention made , the : most Important
.ffevehtian' his life the choosing f A1b
,JhnWei'.'A a- preHminary.ishe.' picked:
iiiWV about-200 candidates-.ancr MKine1
members of the board of rights . to
J' work ' inqutring into' the" borosebpe of
aijh "When - tbese,rf 8cers fwho rln"
a dozen likely candidates from the
lot TBsi -'h'adahem-iscrw.e and Hv
at thl" palace'untifnber observation-of5
could pfek'out theVttpSAtting..one.
The final choice fellP9n; ;:te;a;
l'fJa:'vTb.V marriage cerroip.ny;?if r
:'!!fornW with' great ponip;;and;:i
;niTtr (;.!;; -.'KCA-r y t : .: .' :; y-y ':
" . it . i 1 ji'" ' 'k- it-
,h,,i ..Hg lndictmentar RHurnec :
I'v,Auguiap.K, Ga. After rwenty-0
;os-afyfepent- m Investigating the fail
ure of the' Citizens' Trust company of
AugiuitS 7 involving1 'approximately
$105, 000 unprotected by . assets, the
' r;RichnK)nd county grand jury return
ed thirty-five indictments, charging
t violation of the state banking laws.
forgery and embezzlement. The indict
,onta include several local men, B.
-Sherwood Dunn of New York;
Willard of Philadelphia, and . iormer
1 , Cashier ;Mpy CJ Bowling, now: in
v Barnwell county.
Citizenship for Porto Ricans.4i T
Washington The Porto Rican citl-
zenship bill that would give citizens
of porto Rico and certain natives per
f -. manently ., residing in the island : citi
r nshin in the United States received
fif senate committee, f
and wil bl rtpored he senate for
9 ' -m. 1 V. a n mica.
nassaje. fcThrT)Ul ynuj u v
thh hlis irnfif r he propose
nntnefson" oh tLT'lsland migEt
retain bis. present political statusv by
he did not intend to become a clti-
Ten of tha United SUUs.
1 v POLITICS 1 1N MEXICO
rrfr:.sr-rJTXr ssz-kf? f i hi ii.Kiisr-i!Mi -..' -r.--.--jr-
i ri r r r x t n n r . . . t . " -. t tt .r.
REGISTERS MEN SENTENCED
let' ' 'tU
4 "-u;-C!i j
STATES JUDGE, SCORED
THE" bfeFEWDArtTS VBlt ERLY
f - FOR TMEIR METHODS..
Fines Are Imposed Patterson
.Se'fviT-Year and Pay Fine of Five
Thousand Dollars. I j.
CincinpC Oh-President Join H.
Patterson of thf Rational Cash Reg-;
ister flbiapiny flDay ton, Ohio, was
sentenced" to serve one year, m ip
county jail at Troy, Ohio, and th pay
senteticecTto serve one year ia tie
J ..3n of ,-.1.000 f qcjpJatian. Pt, , J
varjing from thre months to; one
year and fwere '5or3red - to pijrthe
costs 0f;;he groe0iiion. '.i.MMi
The sentences were pronounced af-
ter United States Judce Holllster had
NcbrW tha defeBrdft bitterly ' .for
which, he declared, were needless in
a- iconcern wherdBiilllons1 kit' dollars
could! have- ben made legitimately and
-without 'rfolatibn "of1 ; the law. Closing
he declared:. . . --i .. ,-. u . k.
L"v ''fhe '"gOYerjf J's.;Vfeang .enough .
to protect its people whether this pro
toetpn extends to the transforation,
0l dynamite across the iana:.orl the
purpose of,,blowing up bridges orthe
jlyfng 6jf .tte hands uporen. wlib
m iWikfae competia-biUesar
(Y-iersBaj9, wnenne nearj ue ,u
jt'e.BQ0a fto..tbe cas .register .tase;,. de
clared thm eminntly. ijustjvfromrrhls.
Eftwledfft of theviBvideacejin? j-r.t;
IfsiltiSsikfie second1 'case; in' wbiclt jail
Jentences have been1 impds'e'd;,. tftider
, , ,-: . J.m.munityBtll. Passed, . y
f .Na&lVviHe.l Tenn. The '-immunity
bill;?.-, providing UnmunUy- for ..wit
nesses appearing et'or-"r a trtimittee
t& ihyetftigat'e state'tiffice' during' tjie
jerativei1, recess, jpased t,heJ(house
MILLER: IS DEAD.
The Poet of the Sierras Dies at His
in Califprnia.tr w
-J'Oalf IsndiCal J (MiliK taJg ilClut' j(din-
cinnatus .Hejne), "the poet of the Si
rras' ,;jli4r in . his one-room ,;x;abin,
WMchhl!!;bhilt in the Weafint? hflls
ntanrVears-ago. The end camewith
.yafm sunshine nooaing tne room
.yitere lay.Sthe author of .".Songs of
ihe Sunland.' iiiiv. !
?pjpeatb. caEoe slowly upon tbevvener
ableo5l4i sile became: uacbasclous' af-
ter; 'a-; lingering illness': r,WDicli f began
when he was struck'by'paraVysis two
Juanita, were sumnjoned ta thatj, time
frow, tbe .jeast, and , have , beea with
him, since. . The weakness- of age had
come upon him, and he rarely ven
tured from the Heights, as he called
his' mountain retreat. . ;
- For many years the ' Heights has
been1 the Mecca for Ipvers of Joaquin
Miller's poetry. He, always received
BiiK' Wisttprs . graibu$Iy?:and 4bved :to
tfl in a. vein of. .quaint humor of .the
old, , ad venturous) aays , wnitm na me
morialized in his verses.
Honolulu, . Hawaii. Ocean pressure
burst, the. bottom : of the great cais
son which had been sunk for the con
struction of the- Pearl harbor dry
dock. There were no fatalities, but
the loss in machinery was havy.o"ss
of the caisson j, also dissipatod y?ara,
oft work, in tfce attempt Ho build,? a
Iflnn fnundatlPn lor lhejnue aoK.
igeveral of the engineers said the
I burst lg of the caisson indicated f'che
Jrnpnditions-of the-site seated
wouid raake impossible construction
0f the dry dr f
MADERO !" W'AS ' ' ARRESTED ' BY
Gustavo Madero Is Executed and For
mer President Madero Banished
ed the following 'telegVani. from Vic
toriano Huet'ta,Mexico's " p'oVisional
.... have the iono
mot". tQv inf orni j;; y oti
menttheforees!,arerawitb.;mer nd,Jundoubtedly v ih6.;-wxrkp rwojnerjH
f f omr now on, i peace. and i, prosperity
will reign. Your obedient servant,
Victoria Huerta, Commander iri-Chief
f Mexico ty,-fjen,' yictorianb Hu
erta was Elected" pro visional president
by. congress at a special secret Ises
sio'n. - " , f
"Jiancisco I. Madero, deposed from
the presidency, was exiled. Arrange
ments, were . made ...for his : departure
from the capital for yera Cruz. fVom
there lie will sail for ; some European
port. .'-p-.s - ' ' ' j i
Gdstav Madero,; itndwn 1 as Jhe
"poorer b'ehftid' the throne WiiHUso,
M Mdero.wai forced cAit of the pres-i-A
i;' v X: ' iii ,j M,.i o
tional .palace by, .General .pjafiqiiejt,
den! Victoriano Huerla,1 conraiander
the Federal troops, was proclaiined
provisional pre?ideh. wtte"J J id
JlfcAbbtit Ihe tteneflktadeFO'iwa ezed
by-DiariquejUhis .brobrrGustivB jsia
derohe5;fpr&eS'rnifijstei'j8 'wa's ariestedb jGeneral urta, fho
waV dinlng'itb.rijiniin- a, public res-
s.-r -i, 1 !,:
Burnett-Dillingham . Bill,. s.. Repassed,
- ; -" . . : j i i
1 hashing ton'.--The ! Burnett-Dilllflg-ham'
imTnigratip'a.'blJletbed,' b, ,Taft
because'.,, it .' imposed, 'j the; . literacy test
,;upbn, j immigrants, was. passed, toyer
the; president's; veto in : the seriate j by
a-'majority i bf :72 ;'to Thb -oyer-wbelming
majdrity. given at "the end
of a short debate, in which Presidpnt
Taffs attitude, ..was, vigorously, "attack
ed, ha v strengtbend-nhe-probdbility
that the bill will be passed over the
ve,to'in, the iwuse; ; - j f
:. Support of the president's position
was voiced by3 only Ja f e seaktpre
during the debate. Senators "Lodge
and i Dillingham, leading the fight to
Pverride the V president, declared the
measure contained so many important
piyisions !for' tbe exclusion of. crim
inal; dlseasedj&nd;i,insariei aliens rthat
great iam would result; $q .the ,UH
J'tatesVit it did 1 not become a w;.
. j .
Preachers Honor Bryce.
New York. Three hundred and fif
ty clergymen of New York City rep
resenting more than forty, denomina
tions met at a luncheon in honor of
James Bryce, who has announced his
Impending retirement as ambassador
from Great Britain. Mr. Bryce,- .in a
speech, congratulated the clergy upon
their increasing . willingness to forget
religious ; differences when opportun
ity, arose" tb co-operate : ; j ;
' Machine Gun Stolen by Rebels. li
: El Paso, Texas. A machine gun of
the Thirteenth cavalry platoon At Ha
chita, N. H., has disappeared, accord
ing to reliable reports received here
is believed that Mexican ' rebels
came over the border and stole the
piece. jMajor Clark, district adjutant
at Fort Bliss, said no -report of the
theft xia's been made.'. However, the
disappearance of the gun and also of
coriiilOTfbte popVfi? W I fully
varlfiW. Vmtejf iSfatei" troop i have
been searching the border for a trace
of " the missin gartlllery.
, fi n ;Cl?3L)5E R, oOjS.f o YED.
NO PERSON WAS INJURED.
Wr.i.ParkHairst Boasts of
of Lloyd-George's Home-
epts ReKptmlibDi ty.V--
up,.atj4 hancSilOK, of t- exChftquers'
hoMs4'' saitf Is.tlelMe Pafahurst,'
addressing nletJhiisiastic mioeting.ofc
suffragettes here.- The author .ties
heed not :.l0k for the. woaiert whe ac
tually did it. I personally accept full
responsibility for it." ' j ,7
WMrs. Pankhnrst declared that if i she
were sent to penal servitude she
would cn nn a hunypr strikf ' i ! -
tSSi'?fTJlri;o!5etftinent will then either.
have-. setrtWe free," she added, i "oiv
let me die. it l arop out a nunarea
women are ready to take my place,"
?ndc(ii.triThe;:. Country residency 'hi
Chancellor. Qfr.th SQhequer David
Lloyd-da'rrlsoh aV WWlton Heath WaS
pTaicicairy aeswoyea1. ny a DomDjwmcn
the police 'say .was placed there Jeither
by militant suffragists or theirj male
... - ir i
sympatmzers. j .-w
nd iFplf Kal Union told the'Jpotiee
that the sociebad no knowledge! of
Hif nernptrn tors ii I
L.:;i!iQn?l''ar ' ;MrfXior"Dimmohd,
however, declared tne explosion was
"It was a fine actandshosttie,
detfrmina'tion of the'wbmenil say-;"an
power to all kinds of militancy in the
I dfrfictten.j pfT barasjlng CAbiMetp hiln
hslirVfibdrVf -taKii bufioaay- life..'--
- A bomb had been placed in one of
therooms: ot 'feet 're3idjenc?wb.iit J
a",itflt)dest':onef tiftfBinltlg1 the gblf 4ifrft
on which Lloyd-George plays. The in
fernal machine was, so powerful tbat
the thick walls of fhe house1' spirt "In
all directions, and most of the rooms
were wrecked. , T
Two sevwJrt&laBis Af -MatO foi
der also had been placed in to sepa-
with oil, anTin the center of which
PURCHSER GUILTY AS SELLR
So South Carolina Judge Holds in
fpasskngronf i'SWoigei Casa$tr,
'ndrsosf CT fnSouljfi UarolfhV
tha h,,vPr of whiskv from a blind ti-
law and is punishable just as is the
seiler, accoraing to a mecxee' nauaeu
down by Circuit Judge Shipp in dis
missing several appeal A
dor's: cipri PMoeAharJf trapsflptj.;
ing contraband liquors appeaiea on
the ground that they were acting as
agents '.purthrp anjU that ftbf i
wnisKy was not cuni:au.mu uewuat:
it was to be used for a lawful pur
pose. The defendafs'ptated"that
they securcfl tfewskji from aOTuiclj
tiger, j&afitngntie nart and j- tltjejf
tiger to the purchaser.
Judge Shipp stated that the defend
ants, kneW the .whisky was contra,-
blind tiger and that its character did
not.tfhange pvhen it passed iptcu.UieJ
handl if thi) dA'ea Ji iMibugVia
may have been obtained by them for
Omnibus Bill Passes House.
Wablgtoo. Amid, great-oliQg
and in deiiance)f 4 the conservative
members who urged retrenchment and
the tutting tdpwiv pfyexpendi Juresi the
liousV passed 'an bmnibus paic btiiiii
ing bill, commony called a "pork hir
rel .bilH 4:arri4?ff3.80Offlpf - Th
vote on the bHlN?a'al&4 tov4Cnd the
opponents of the measure were unable
to' paster 66i4i 0r ! Ito secure? ,f
roll call to insure a record vote. Rep
resentative Hardwick of Georgia was
bitter in his denunciation of the bill.
. More Land for Forest Reserve.
Washington. rThe,; uationa3w- forf st j
reservation commission, ut a nifecmg,
authorized the purchase of ,9,000 acres
of land on the avannabwat; ershed
in th states: of :GebVgia andv Sit:
Carolina, which' Vinbrfng-the tdtal
forest reserve holdings in this local
ity up tp, 50,000. acres. ReprfSentatU-e
GordoaXse, a 'member of the commis
sion, states tha average price paid is
$3.23 an acre. An" additional 1.200
acres In Fannin county, lying adja
cent to lands already acquired, were
approved for purchase.
Nobody was injuredr-as thef rpsi-
WO'la.?6 btfdJyrt rlffln Jccupld.j t
Tatt receiv- An official of the Woman's Social
FROM THE TAR HEEL STATE
Short Paragraphs of State News That
Has Been Condensed For Busy
is to ffix!yl f!J J'.' J
Lincolnton. County;n- Superintend-'
anta of? Health Page reports 'quite 'a1'
7 humferMf bases' of mallpoxlscattered
-f' all'Hiryctioils" but'fibfie",bf Vlerlous
Raleigh. The joint legislative com-
m uxee. ..oaUDraries ordered a
abl report ot phe- bill. , of , ; Senatp'
Nimocks of ""Fayelteville,' providitfg
T ative"" reference; iftrary.1 - "
Spencer. A disastrous " firPfra.t! 'frie
.home of W. A. UeadjciXy ,,near Salis
,bory recently, t-resulted j in a; -loss, of
about $2,000 -withl $1,000 ' insurance. .
The home-will be "rebuilt at bhce. .
Raleigh. The bill to 'allow!' 'the vot
ers of Jackson cpunty to vote at an
.election as to removal of the county
seat from Webster to Sylvia, passed
the Senate by a vote of 2i to 4. ' jv
tAsheville. Claude ,Goodlake wa-s;
5fppnd guilty of seducing ?Ube Luthrfr
under the legal age of consent. ! Npv
tice of appeal was given and Dondiwas
required5 In the sumsldf two thousand
doriars. " '. ' ' ' - i ......
r. , s-mR"("-U - j lV'h " .
the persence of a.-large, i n'lmber rjof;
mayors from the important townstin.
Hli cbmmitteb'' 6f ' the'Cfty '5idhicipaV
tetrtics ' by ikr tfata' t Baardman,;
Aueustus Rice'ou'nfc -whit miri.
:hrpugh, fjarr.veatment. 8 ')
imberibn'.S The Robeson County
Teachers' Associatioix ' Mill ' nieet here
on'SatufdivMarch 1. County Super-
Intendebt,T,opl ,s raaking great efforts-
-to. secure a full attendance, having
written to each teacher. ..
a iDurham.-rdDallas Welch was , killed
in a fight near the Lincoln Hospital
by Jlenry, Green. Death resulted' frm
w bunds inflicted by a knife. Both .-of
the negroes had knives and were
eraikipg . generousJseJJoX(thm. I'm
burhatri.Xn epedemiS ofmeasles-
in Durham is pjaying havoc with, ;ther
cattdndayefee ; crds 4rf thr' spools jof
both.tb'e"cbuny and "city." The disease .
has been in the county for the; past
rTiibntb.'. andfs npw; somewljaft better
than it has been, though a large num
ber of children and grown ups have
Greensboro. The Greensboro cham
ber of commerce and the Greensboro
jmerfBjafcfsf ! assoi(6n inja Pint
meeting bave adopted strong resolu
tions UDholdine Qovernofl- Craiff and
0e legislative cm)iil.Sn?Jfn tleir;
purpose to have an end put to rail-
freight rate, disq-ifninMion
. tite.lstateviCtHiTiJi U,
Raleigh. The committeef.subsrtute
jrprpn ttaew?ne prims rj-- pjn went
itf "Tts'aeatb. tit The nbuVeSV a vote
OI lo aiier a strenuous croBsiirc
n etgTTOtf aiumber of amendment;
asking the exception or counties irom
tlio antiro nncrntlon of thp ImII 'l I 1
sl Si :
ijbar!tly.- The 'rftb. annual
ate convention or tae Jrtn caro
ina Sunday School Association x will
be held in Greensboro April 22-24.' Tbe:,
tibn will provide" two ' speakers',;' for
this convention, Franklin McElfr$h;i'
Ph. D., of Chicago, sxipritenaen ior
Greensboro. With the adoption- of
a schedule calling for 116 games. an
th declsionyta permiKnOj teansfprs
h$ejh by unttnous Tote'of'the; -nix
clubs, the Carolina League, directors
ave-siKTne rsfuvr-sivr iiiw-i upturns' ui
ile sea-SOti on 'April' 24 'itb games n
Winston, Charlotte and -Raleigh.'.
.sherUre playf thsnjh igani5 )ni
SvtnstoiK Greensboro win Charlolle
and Durham in Raleigh. 't j
J', RaleigllifitiSer fei-'eiia loirs' da-'
cussion by advocates and opponeats
of :the .nrpppsed.ne-'. cburjty pf Mi-aiefeex,vrbiv.bftpg-
defeated ; bly
unanimous vote. There was a gopdly
, oumbervoff interested cdtif ensroefwe.
tWMoue Committee HbA t5itis ftirf'
Towns, Rpberts, chairman, to constd
fT tthe pill i bylRepree'ntat,ive Corn
well to create new county out .b.f i
portions of Nash, Frajiklin, Wake,
Wilson and JolipCM3!1011! ff
Raleigh. Making vigorous speechH
aginst the Mount Airy proposition? v
Mipidjwi defiti9n4oot4pf ,Sff,00ila 1
bonds, Representative 'Haymore tor-
got to .TStewh.efly .hewas overwhelmed
afidi allowid1' th -committee on roafl$
to report Ms jbijlt with unaimous fa
Raleigh. The plan for a reforms
tory. for girls and women under, thirty.
Oxi -i rcj r f QOA nrVtrt ian rioln frti " i'
clean life, has been endorsed by the'
Senate committee on penal institu
tions, which heard a decision of the
bill introduced by Senator V. S. Bry
ant, of Durham, by request.
fjADERO 13 SHOT
DEAD II! STREET
u . . . .' 'J ' ul
MOB ATT AC KS OTF I C I All- AUTOMO-
' BIL3 iCARRYiHQjiHIM ij PEN-
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INVESTIGATION ?a BE f.1ADE
.at'.i-. J h. i, p f:, V- J: it
jVice President-Suarez vyas Also Slain
During Meleii'-TAcdoAintsof-'j Death
of . Victims Dq Not.-Conforni in AH
Cases.''' L'''- f'--:--8
and, Jose 'Pino Juarez Are deadV In a.
"mianightj rid 1 'gder 'giiacrd !'from th
NatfdnarpUiac4 to 'the, penitentiary
thei,cireibstan'ees1 storoVfeding tha
death of the deposed Preislderit and.
Vice President pt the Republic are
accpubt-which0 "AoJ iH?alf case
cohforni. VhbnlyXVitn'esses were
those actually on5en Bdt iltt' "tbe kfll-
-'iTbe ; Praviaidnaii j?restdenJ:,; Geo..
Vietpriano 'Hetata. jsr-Jift KttWng of
the? tWQ;rn asfcaeUiliOf flgat
:btweea jtbeir guard , and. "party at-
tempting, p liberat'ejnTe MSa-
ister,, of. Foreign , je4&t3onstj jrasaciao
fired, tlie ratal hbti;' it'!B riipt"Smpo
sible1. 'ha'tieither' feiivirs: -'
'An bolcfai ! iQTeJttgation.'5has beeu
brderea to 'determinetthe' responsible
ity 'and' solemn promises' have beea
made' that the guittyi iiU;be pnalshe.
. q STot uniiatnrally great jpart-of tb
. public-. . -.regards; he j officials, , yersiow
..with, doubt,., having ;iafmin.(it',"the uss
for! count' for. centariespfr.be" noto-
L rjous 'ley. ,fuga," the un written lav
f il.i't. '.' IJ-WJ .(.Kali's ufk n
' prisoner 13 desired... Atter"' Its ap
plication 'there : W written orii the rec
ords '"prisoner shot5 trying to escaped
-r' 'Senora Madenf, "widow of rthe. Ex
President received tfie first 'definite
iinformation of his death from fSennr
Cologan y Colpganr Uie Spaaisb, ,Mia
)tat4r.:i$be.r,alreadyj badj beard report
that something unusual and serious
had Ti'apned''buJirlends had en
deaypred up Jto, .that ttime;Ttol prevent
her iromlearihgt fSewhoieftnith.
Soon afterward, Accompanied by
l her brother, Jose Perez -and , Mercedes
siaaero, a sister oi r ranciscp, enora
Madero drove t the peultentlarj'' but
was refused permission, ,to;see the
body of1 her husbahbt.1 feenor '"Suarea
also was denied admittance11 'tb the
mortuary, where physicians, -rin ac
cordance with the 'fayri'j were 'perform
Turkey Ready ,to, Qujt fighting,
r 't itobdoii.-'' Subliine ;PPrte feas
tnetrucW -s Hakkl' -'Pasbav Turkish
peac envDy'Jln,tiLoh9n;t io request
the good offices of the foreign .office
ia ionaon m pringinaoout tne open
ing i Pi jBalkan jacr'negbtlatjton's, ac
c6fding s-io "a'- speeial "dispatch ' from
Constantinople. The Turkish' gbvera
ment has agTeed.tQyaccept.in the
1ininf,lie J'rebmniendalipWs 'pf Uve
! great 'powerS, which weVe tbal :T-urkey
;mtvkh"'aanas'V9ti''-lh 'eihie. 1
Castro Has Gone, tp, Cuba.
.'DNew lYorkCett. "Ciprlanif 'Castro,
ex president)' oi Venezuela1,1 1 left - New
, YdrH r f or Cuba,ii bm'the, vird uxlner
Saratoga. He said there was nothing
secret about his trip, that it was mere
ly 'for pleasure and that her would re-
turn: tp t Xetr Yorkssome:s'time ' ia
Marcli. Thi general: siid'h felt con
.fidentj (thatfiha i-wouldi defearittiV gov
ernment in its appeal to the supreme
court from the federal court decision
allowing -him. to enter" this country.
,;U.;rri ..'- ' - '
JlGrey l-tikeiy , to I be i Premier. '
L,oadenr-Tbe cabinet has noV. deS
nitely ; ,settled .the .vexed questlor. as
to ' who shall have the reversion of
the.t ; premiership t whfh' !Miv "Asqnith
ttdSithe. burden of , his pffloe too great
for; his, yf ara ,atd, seeks tha , repose in
the Hotise -of ord3...,The choice has
fallen almost unanimauslr ouf (Sir; Ed
ii ii ! ju.n "'?' ! ' 0 '
rt Washington. Secretary, ;Nagel Has
aae . a , repojrt to .i'resiaeat'HXt -on
the offlcial conduct of Danel J Keefe
of Detroit,'" commissioner' general of
Immigration; and . Has rrecchtnunded
th?.t 4eef e s resignation W demand?-!.
The reports "alleges ,'that tha.hoad f
the. immigration service has. accepted
free transportation. for;.,hiraselX and
familj' from railroads atd 'sleamahij ;.
These alleged acts -wcro-'coniJiereii
t? Secretary Nasel as sufilcently so
rious to be called to the presilent'a
. ae,. 4 ..iarra. . aaas , ia- , tauuciw
tempted1, "to Jescape,' Neithe?' nraJks
a' "ffbnate' ' s-tateinent ' 4s' to which sida