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RALEIGH, N. C. THURSDAY. APRIL, 21, 1910.
Col. Sbemwell to Col. Cooper:
"Hhake, take a pardon with me."
About time the Democratic poli
ticians -were busy with their spring
Mr. Bryan has sworn off those dol
lar dinners along with other things.
Wifce Mr. Bryan.
The Governor of North Carolina to
the Governor of Tennessee: "It's a
short time between pardons."
Bryan has acquired a small zoo on
his travels. The Democratic donkey
will not lack for company now.
IT they are going to let the blind
tigers flourish, they should at least
force them to sell a better article.
Mr. Bryan says the Democrats will
enter the campaign with great prom
ise. Sure, promises are their long
May be Governor Patterson par
doned Colonel Cooper because the
Tennessee Democracy also needed a
If all those whiskey prescriptions
are needed for snake bite, then Char
lotte is badly in need of a modern
Wonder if a North Carolina inven
tor went to Washington for a patent,
would they tip him off to see the "Pie
New Jersey won't be behind the
times. Some of her legislators got
drunk and rowdy and she is going to
Wouldn't you like to hear Private
John Allen's private opinion regard
ing his being "pinched" for playing
u game of poker?
"The State Prison is all right,"
says a News and Observer head-line.
Sure, that's what all thos ascaped
runvicts say, too.
If that Mississippi scandal was so
rank they wouldn't even let the Dam
ocratic newspaper men be present, it
must have smelled very high.
That Mississippi woman who said
her business was "buying Democratic
Senators" evidently found she had
made some poor investments.
Volcano item: Latest reports are
that Mt. Josephus is in violent erup
tion, emitting clouds of Shemwell
aud molten streams of Cooper.
Those Wilmington officials accused
of grafting are advised by the News
and Observer to "try the case" them
selves. Now what do you think of
"Eleven arson cases in one month"
is the Old North State's shameful
record. No wonder "sleep lays down
with alarm" in these good old Demo
Have you seen Bailey's Comet?
Wake County will pass through the
"tale" of it Saturday, April 30, and
the politicians will take a number
Mr. J. Willie Bailey says he don't
like the way the Democrats have
been running Wake County. Mr.
Bailey will find he has lots of com
pany next November.
That sixteen-page issue of the
Greensboro Patriot must have been
gotten out to print the announce
ments of Guilford's abundant crop
of Democratic office-seekers.
The MooresvillA F!ntornriaa ilnoc;
not think any decent citizen should
vote for a candidate who uses liquor.
If that is true Democratic faith,
suuie aV IUl SCraiCninK tniS
f . i - . . t
The Greensboro corresDondent of
thf Pharlnttp nhecrvoi. - ,1,. nam
v. oa,o t."
UJUt "SUL lor ine congressional
nomination in the Fifth District
promises to be the hottest in vears.
That beine the rae th n,-0 t
to get scorched
Senator Gore is rennrt t hav
said in a recent sDeech that thP rp-
publican party was itself a trust and
snould be dissolved iindsr tha anti
trust laws, if this cutnt
"-w . w t-v
"ue inn c..it.
- -yuuncan party would not
ii ii 11 v n-
: rce tne anti-trust laws in any
MISSISSIPPI SENATE EXPELS
State Senator Who Exposed Bribery
in Mississippi is Forced to Resign.
Jackson, Miss., April 14. In ses
sion to-night the State Senate by
overwhelming vote demanded the
resignation of Senator Bilbo. Presi
dent Pro Tern Hebron then resign
ed, and was followed from the cham
ber by several other Senators, also
supporters of Vardaman.
By a vote of 2 8 to 15, only one
vote short of the required two-thirds
majority, the Senate earlier in the
evening failed to pass a resolution to
expel Senator Bilbo, who recently
charged that he accepted from L. C.
Dulaney, a bribe of $645 in exchange
for his promise to change his vote
from former Governor James K. Var
daman of Leroy Percy for United
States Senator. The acceptance of
the money, Bilbo explained, was to
obtain evidence of irregularities in
connection with the Senatorial elec
tion. The vote on the expulsion resolu
tion was strictly partisan. The reso
lution as offered by Senator Lefwich,
declared that Bilbo be expelled be
cause "he is unworthy of belief."
Is Roosevelt's Popularity Growing
Roosevelt mellowed, grown con
servative, and politically more gener
ous? Banish the least suspicion!
Having emerged from the jungles, he
stops upon the borders of civilization
and, for" the first time in a year, he
submits himself to public judgment.
Apparently, the only change in the
man is his physical apeparance. His
face is deeply bronzed. He has grown
a trifle stouter, stockier, and his
hands testify to the strenuous activity
of life in the African jungle.
Intellectually, he seems to be the
giant he always has been in the eyes
of Americans who have approved of
the Roosevelt policies as the "new
politics" of progress. Possessed of a
surplus of self-reliance and courage,
he unhesitatingly rushes into promi-
m ' rurt -rv- - ry -v o i rnoT r u i
. , . . . At 1 1 I
tramped through the underbrush of
His Cairo speech is a remarkable
evidence of his daring, and. whi e it
souuus liivt; ctu impulsive uumican, it
is too resolute in its tone to be re
garded, upon careful reading, as
merely a hot-tempered, rash utter
ance. However it is received in the
land of the Pharaohs, it is the very
sort of speech to advance respect for
the fornler President in America.
Unless there happens a radical
change, Roosevelt will return to
America a greater man than he was
when he departed. His popularity,
under a continuance of existing cir
cumstances, will increase, in all prob
ability, and if he decides to make a
fight for what have been jocularly
called "My Policies," the chanpes
are that, in the sight of the people,
he will be viewed as the only man
who can insure the success of these
It is being said by the enemies of
Roosevelt, that the greatness of the
man is being magnified. They are re-
noatinp- that h ia cniitv of nolitical
,f " D w - o f jr i
hypocrisy and chicanery. They are in-
sisting that the demand is for a
"sounder, saner, more conservaxive
course of procedure."
But it is not possible that the In-
torpsts nnnnsine Roosevelt now as
they opposed him in office are mis-
taken in their judgment of public
sentiment? Is it not possible that a
wide difference of opinion exists as to
the definition of a "sounder, saner,
more conservative course?
Aside from the significance of the
return of Roosevelt, from the view-
point of Republican politics, is it not
remarkable that he still evokes the
interest he does? Where in American
history has there lived a man out of
office who has retained the regard of
the people to such an extent as has
Roosevelt, because of his Independ-
ence and boldness of thought, and his
At all events, Roosevelt will con
tinue to "be a leading figure in nation
al life. As such alone he will com
mand extraordinary attention.
Boisterous Negro Killed at Towns-
Townsville, N. C, April 18. Jo-
conTi v TTnnt hnt. and instantly kill-
1 a "h" " ,r
Tinfa Caturrlar nifi-ht. abmitl
cu riaun. nuunuu, . . ,
. . ..w vvwxiuut.o xAvtLA kj "-en -
7:30 o'clock. There seems to have
been some misunderstanding in re-
store of S- R. Adams at Townsville,
V m was warn en Sever
Li timpci nnt tn rnmfi on Hunt's Plan
i auuv - -7
- ,a - - -
tation, but under the Influence
liquor he went to Hunt's house about
. . .j f
:3U o ciock. Auuei suu tuiomB ouu
, ii -ht-rr, ,it anrt aft
Plispd Hnnt of causine Adams' issu
in r a warrant fnr him.
Joe Hunt is a well-to-do planter,
and is very quiet and of a peacerui
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Steel Corporation Plans for Injured
1 iAAr nH Aftf An AT
plan for the relief of employes in
1 uiau iui cuo -. j
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jurea in us service ana iamines
ma n in 1 inn t r-aT u- xrninsaTiTB 1 m
wea and married men 50 per cent,
7" :,f .fHon.i allowance,
TWO Will RETIRE
Senators 'Aldrich and Hale
Will Not Stand For Re
election Thit Fall
PUSHING FOR REFORMS.
The Railroad Kate Regulation Rill
Has the Right-of-Way at the Capi
tal Roosevelt's Great Ovation
Throughout EuropeWhy This
State Has Not Received Recogni
tion at the Hands of the National
Administration The President
Not so Much to Blame as Our So
Called Republican Leaders.
(Special to The Caucasian.)
Washington. D. C, April 20.
The announcement made on yester
day by Senator Aldrich of Rhode
Island and Senator Hale of Maine
that they would not be candidates
for re-election and that they would
retire at the end of their present
terms on March 4th, next, will not
only surprise the whole country, but
was indeed a surprise to most of of
ficial Washington. There have been
for several weeks rumors that the
health of these two Senators was bai
and that they might not stand for
re-election, but these rumors were
not considered seriously.
With the retirement of Aldrich
and Hale, the Senate will lose not
only two of the very strongest men
in that body, but two men w-ho, on
account of the positions that they
hold on committees in the organiza
tion of the Senate, have now, and
have had. for some time, more Influ
ence in that body than any dozen
other Senators. Indeed, they are,
and have been, the unquestioned
leaders of that great legislative body.
There is already much speculation as
to whom will assume the leadership
111 lllt kirilU TT UVill, luv.t us V
Taft Pushing for Reform Legislation
The raiiroai rate regulation bill
hag the rf ht.of at both ends of
thQ UoL Some amendments haVl?
been made in both Houses that it is
thought will strengthen the measure,
and there is now prospect of its pass
ing both Houses in the near future.
The President is showing that he
meant what he said in bis speech
before the meeting of the Republican
clubs on last week, when he demand
ed of Congress legislation at this ses
sion to carry out the campaign
pledges of the party.
There was an effort a few evenings
ago by a Senator who is not a mem-
ber of the Committee on Post-offlces
and Pst Roads t0 Set the nomina-
"on of Stancil as postmaster at
Smithfield confirmed, but the effort
ianea. it is understood mat tnose
who objected contend that there
t 1 j i s i! a;
snouia e an investigation ui tu
cnarges or alleged DriDery.
Roosevelts Great ovation in Europe,
The movements, the sayings, of
Roosevelt and the great ovation
which has been given him every day
since he landed in Italy, is one of
the chief topics of interest and com
ment at the national capital. The
demonstrations that were made on
yesterday and the day before in Aus
tna and Hungary are said to be a
greater tribute than Europe has
ever before paid even any crowned
head of any country on earth.
a member of Congress, in discuss-
ing the matter, on yesterday, said
that he considered the ovations that
were given Roosevelt by the masses
0f the people in every European
country to be an evidence of not only
their admiration for the President",
Dut also an evidence of the deep and
growing spirit among the people of
eVery country in Europe in favor of
a Republican form of government.
He said that he believed that Roose
velt's trip through Europe would
sow the seeds of liberty that would
before long cause many, thrones to
topple over. He further said that
he believed that the crowned heads
ot Europe realized this donger but
tnat tney aareu not snow mis leei-
ine or fail to entertain Roosevelt in
rnvai stvlp for fear that it would
t. ?fu.bW , UB,
i thoir snnipcrs nun nnn tiiri rn top
. rnT1ooernaT, pnt
summed up the
situation by saying that there was no
r,,01.u vir-cr tho
t i vw,
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I II !It-"-l IIIIJ i H I II L ri.UUaC C1L LTCllli tUC
I t- : : rr this nriir,
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1 4- knt Af Y r tfAII
uas iu uu.
a I ment here over the sneech made
, j r t A.X. ox
- MJongressmaa rumuener ui iub awie
- oi wasningion in ivew iofk a
nignis ago. iu uueiesamaii uIC-
1 , j .v.i 1 amiI
v oeuareu luai, u was m wiw, a.uy.
1 tavnr nr rs-e ertme ttooseveiL rresi
WTiy the State Has suffered.
A prominent Republican from
Q I V AFT T 4T "O TAMT1 Q Fl 3 n W II I ri-fJ- 1 Yri
- 1 single foreign appointment, and that and $5,000, and there was no
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ul i lu oue ivrvi&u. aumcu. ...
1 as a -w rm i a vm as a .La a.aa an kJLaiiU uva
which the State held have started from a spark from
pointed out other Southern States town W
that have been recognisea wun
portant appointments outside of the
local ofices in their States.
He said that unquestionably North
Carolina was entitled to recognition
if any Southern States was, and that
indeed It was entitled to great recog
nition even if to other Southern
State was. because it had given the
President the largest vote and was
the most promising State to go Re
publican and give Its electorial vote
to the next Republican candidate for
He Baid that the South ought to
be represented in the Cabinet, and
that that Cabinet member ought to
come from North Carolina; that the
State ought to have an Ambassador
or one or more foreign Ministers,
and besides, that 'he State should be
recognized in many other ways, but
that it had absolutely nothing.
Continuing, he said: "I do not
think the President Is to blame for
this so much as our so-called State
Republican leaders." He said that
so far as he knew, or anybody else
knew, that the State organization
had made no effort to secure such
appointments for the State.
He said that the State should be
properly rewarded in recognition of
what it had already done, but, on
the other hand, if it was properly
recognized, it would help carry the
State Republican, and, therefore. It
seemed to him that the State or
ganization has been grossly derelict
In its duty.
Lightning Bolt Kills Boy and Serious
ly Shocks Companion.
Salisbury, N. C, April 17. A fierce
rain and electrical storm with fatal
results, passed over Salisbury and
vicinity last night about 9 o'clock.
For a time the city was in darkness
and the street cars were out of com
mission. A party of five boys were
fishing near the old Achenback place
on Grant's Creek, about two miles
from the city and were sitting around
a fire which they had built when the
storm broke upon them. A fierce
bolt of lightning struck in the midst
of the party, and Charlie, the 16-
year-old son of Mr. J. J. Correll, who
lives on West Franklin Street, was
instantly killed: Floyd Bost. also
about 16 years old, and a son of Mr.
E. J. Bost, a neighbor of the Correll
family, was injured so badly that it
was at first thought he too was dead,
and he is still in a critical condition,
while Kerr Ritchie, a young son of
Mr. Luther Ritchie, also of this city,
was painfully burned on one side.
BIG WAGE INCREASE.
United States Steel Corporation Ad
vances Wages of 225,000 Men.
New York, April 14. Substantial
increases in wages by the Subsidiary
Companies of the U. S. Steel Corpo
ration will soon be announced to
become effective May 1st, it was of
ficially stated. The proposed increase
will apply to a large majority of the
corporations, 22 5,000 employes, and
in round figures will increase the
pay-rolls of the Steel Corporation by
about $9,000,000 annually.
Conductors Get Increase.
Roanoke, Va., April 14. An an
nouncement was made to-day that a
new wage scale has been agreed up-
KntnTDon Vi n 'Ktnrf n lr and Woctorn
uu cinu ,uC 7,
Railway and members of the Order
of Railway Conductors representing
the conductors employed by the road
by which the employees get an in
crease of about 6 per cent In pay.
Yardmen Also Get Raise.
Roanoke. Va.. April 16. The
trainmen and vardman emDloyed by
the Norfolk and Western Railway
were to-day granted an increase of
6 per cent in pay. The new wage
schedule was arranged at. conierences
. . . -
neia Detween tne management, oi tue
road and representatives of the em-
juh intii Ana oumvi ru uwa-
-.-.-.r cADnr ivD uicc.
Woman Suffrage Association Regrets
incident Formal Letter to Taft.
Washington, D. C, April 15. Dis-
claiming responsibility for the hiss-
Ing of the , esiaen. . of to MM
oiaica iu tuuucvuuu mm ouuitoa
of greeting to them last night when
he freely stated his sentiments on the
t I ,vw nr anffmp-o tho v?
:r:r"JZrr : o:- ::.
uuuai auici iucii. umau oulli had
I A-rr nflqn.'0llv oTniinoso
I oucidliuii iu-xaj UUIVLOIIJ OJUV
I its regret to President Taft that "any
one present, euner memoer ot our
nMronl7Qtlnn nr nil t c? or qVi rm 1 Via-iro
interrupted your address by an ex
nraccinn noronnol fpolfnir
I Tho A-rnraccinn nf TPPrpf nvor thft
i iJi u--'-u v-. iv.4
. w w- w . VM -vo.vv
episode was conveyed to the Presi
dent ft lettej. of tne board of
by I . ,
incers 01 tne organizaiion, waica re
. . , i
r.nnvention and which ac-
rtmnani(11 a rosnlntinn adnnted with
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dissenting vote by the conven
- tion as soon as it was called to
, Lumoer nam isnrneu.
the Wake Forest, April 14. Fire
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X I I11NN IK t-f 1 I III M. It-t s s. LPCTl. TV CCU Za V
enranno th Tim was 8DDOosea
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un - iBupriuriijr .
Eleven Cases of Arson Rep
orted in Thit State During
MURDERED HIS WIFE.
Ieperate Negro Killed After Sub
bins: Officer Sentem-ed to Fifteen
Years for Attempted Criminal As
sault Henry Coker Stabbed Dur
ing a Drinking Carousal Ieader
of a Lawless Gang Arretted at
Wilson Other Crimes in the State.
La Grange, N. C, April 13. la k
drinking row. Henry Coker was se
riously stabbed in the abdomen by
John Faircloth. Roth men are white.
Faithcloth is being held awaiting
the results of Coker's injury.
Fifteen Years for Criminal Absuult.
Wadesboro, N. C.. April li.
Manuel Patterson was to-day sen
tenced to fifteen years ia the Stale
Prison for attempted criminal as
sault on two young white women.
He has been a fugitive from justice
three years and narrowly escaped
Lawlessness in Lucauia.
Wilson. N. C. April 19. Law
rence Lamm, a leader of a gang who
defied arrest for numerous acts of
lawlessness, was fined on one charge
and bound over to court on another
by the Recorder here to-day. Lamm
had sworn never to be arrested.
Eleven Arson Cases in a Month.
From March 10th to April 10th,
Capt. W. A. Scott, Deputy Insurance
Commissioner, reported eleven arson
cases in which the defendant was
either convicted or bound over to the
next term of the criminal court. Of
these cases two were preachers, one
white and one colored
Charged With Wife Murder.
Charged with inflicting injuries
upon his wife the first day of this
year that caused her death Saturday
night, A. C. Carter was arested at
Salisbury by Sheriff McKenzie, and
is held for the crime. After an in
quest held by Coroner E. Rose Dor
sett, he was sent to jail without bond
to await trial at the May term of
Rowan superior court.
Desperate Negro Killed.
Salisbury, N. C, April 14. In 'a
desperate struggle tonight Special Of
ficer A. C. Attaway shot and killed
Jack Johnson, colored, of Asheville,
N. C, after Johnson had stabbed the
Attaway had the negro under ar
rest when the prisoner drew a knife
and plunged it into the officer's side.
Several wounds were inflicted by the
negro before Attaway shot him. At
taway is seriously but not, it Is
thought, fatally wounded.
FIGHT DEADLY BATTLE.
Two Georgia Farmers Shot Dead and
Lyons, Ga., April 17.-
one dying and probably one or two
slightly wounded are the results of a
Saturday afternoon battle in a family
ieud ol long standing, wnicn too
n arn m mis airprnnnn in i.ma.nuei i
rrha Honf, nro. A R nniiina
I . farTT,or ,n() MignnwiiiJ
hnth nf whnm HrinMh
I WVA V .V. J,
progres3 of tne fight Marlon Lewis
-g gQ badly wounded that he is e
ntei1 tn dift at anv moment
i Tufi battle was between the familv
nt r'nllina anH tho familv of Ta.l9
aiia was ine outcome oi a aispuie
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Balloon Falls and Crew of Four Men
Bitterfeld, Prussian Sanxony, Apr.
rtSr ten "to
the earth with great force near the
villain rvf Reisrhftncarhpn. fthoilt 20
village of Reischensachen, about 20
- 1 mues norm west oi
miles northwest of Eisenach, in a
thunderstorm. The crew, consisting
i . .
01 Iour men Tere l"ea
Both States Object.
Richmond, a., April 17. ine
- port of Special Master Littlefleld,
wtn ioa hart rh n red of at ttlfl irat
i " -- o rf
i nf thp dpht tine Virginia bv West
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- Virginia, owing to her leaving
of. parent state in 186i, is objected
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- uy uoiu outies, umeiem viaima "6
lttA r, Ktv,
The reDort states that West Vir
- einia owes the older State about
- million dollars
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1 1 i : rr
. tjcwno m uwrgw
I Manchester, Ga., April 16.
town of Woodland, nine miles south an average
to - of Manchester, on the Atlanta, Blr-
I : 1 cl To U .-iH
1 Lun u ui uuuiauu. uiuo uincs ouuiu 1 w- " w -
V V I a-a vw"-
ilng more or less seriously to-night with renewed rury. icmin wnu - j- oCcers regarded
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iu 1 uaiuaKcu. n. uuu,. -
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the almost ZlZl V'TJ.r the Recorder to-mor-
Samuel I Clements (Mark Twain),
the veteran aothor. Is critically 111
it his horse In New Tork City.
A child six years old saved tt
Southern Pacific Flyer from dashing
around a carve Into a burning hrldfe
at Ramos. La., by fagging the train.
The Philadelphia street carmeas'
strike, which threatened to assume
National proportions, is finally set
tled by the men winning every point
Irwin Hanckett. a fourteen-year-old
white boy, has been sentenced
to death for murder of a thirteen-year-old
girl, following rape, at De
Gen. KUchlner. commander of the
British army. In an Interview, states
that the question of a food supply In
time of war is a deciding factor In
favor of peace.
Midshipman Wood, of the U. 3.
Naval Academy, who was Injured In
a football game last fall, and who
has been hovering between life and
death ever since, died on Friday last
Angry because Colonel Roosevelt
on his recent visit to Rome attended
a meeting of the American Metho
dist Church, the Pope has refused
to appoint any Americans as Car
dinals. Feaful earthquakes have swept
Costa Rica, In Central America, in
volving the loss of millions of dol
lars. Thirty heavy shocks were felt
In three hours. There Is no report
of loss of life.
A mob of two thousand men took
George Williams, a negro accused
of shooting a police officer at Meri-
den. Miss., and hung him to a tele
graph pole, and then shooting him.
The troops were called out to pre
vent further trouble.
Fourteen men were Instantly killed
and another fatally injured by the
premature explosion of a heavy
charge of dynamite at a construction
camp on the Texco Extension of the
Santa Fe Railroad in Texas.
Ten persons were killed Friday
in the wrecking of a Northern Pa
cific freight train west of Spokane.
Several of the injured and all of the
dead were tramps, about twenty of
whom boarded the train at Pasco.
The wreck was caused by a derail
ment of the train.
Driven by a strong wind, a fire
that started in the county Jail at
Hyde Park, Vt., on Monday, spread
until the jail, court house, town hall
Congregational Church, one store
and thirteen residences or tenements
had been laid In ashes. Twenty fami
lies are homeless.
Lumbtrton. N. C, April 18. A
The city of Manchester, across the cyclone paa i.-ar hero yesterday
river from Richmond, Va., was for- afternoon aio.it S wViotk did consld
mally and finally absorbed by the erable damage in soa;e rtlons. The
latter municipality on Friday last, house of Mr. William Stone, who
the judge of the Corporation Court lives about three mil- northwest of
of Manchester signing an order de- her, was blown to pieces, his mother
clarlng the consolidation election of
April 4th to be legal and In effect.
Tnlom.l TaaniA ranf Craw
Atlanta. Ga.. has reported to Com-
mLdnnor Cah-ll that thr rrn hn
A ..u ,v
were a 1 1 caicu vuai&eu niiu iuo
Elsslnatloil of Deputy Collector W.
. An,erann hftr, rnnfMJ,A, knfllr.
A. Anderson had confessed. Ander
kllled . moonshlna nlA
WjlllrAP rotintT. Ala several darn
Three men have been arrested
ani are being held on suspicion of
De,nS tempera o a gang
yeggmen who held up the Victor
Banking Comapny, at McKees Rocks,
killlng Cashier Ignatx Scwartz, Book
keeper Samuel Friedman and serl
ousit in luniiK itoueri iviuk. wuu si
i . - - ;
1 M w
suspects give the names of William
Brown, James Brown, and Faldatto
HYOtt GATXOR SERIOUSLY
Democratic Presidential Possibility
T...l. U Unn fi.1
Involved in Money Scandal.
Mayor Gaynor. of New York City.
who haa been nromlnentlr mentioned
for the Democratic nomination
President, has been charged with au
thorizing the payment of an illegal
re - tee of $48,000 to the private lawyer
0f Chas. F. Murphy, the Tammany
I 1.. U-ivn Cla-mnT -or 9 a PlArfAd
i iauui . majv, vauw. - -
I tho TflmmanT tirkPlL bnt
vM m V
the posed as being independent. The
to payment was made the day after
L, , j
aayor was inauguraucu
FIERCE STORM IX WEST.
i Tpmmon to Rinn ihr rooaeri. laeit..., v.- a tt imi. n " ' -----
Rain and Hall Renewed Many Small
3iempnis, renn., Apra i. ' t .t d artterT -
r,t fl.a fnrhM of rainfall Street last night, and oysxe 7
. . . ., . vrrttv
as a result of the storm which yester-
. N.v anil last nltht sweot OVeT Ten
1 . . j-
age will be heavy. Accompanying
this second storm was a wind which
at times took on the proportkms of
PARDON OF COOPER
Governor PatterWt Action
Meets Resentment Among
Patter,. m Uf r
mak ivrre, ,M !TiBbttf-MW
Join lUr, !. n t , f H.
can U ct w f Tews.
! -dcI t v. jr VVm irdo.
ed on Acct-unt , t vi,ocU !wJ.
hil tha .M.r t l 4r
!Umd Wtll Ii.r u, trW.
a decision, l, :.
)car uj .
Robin Coo; . r.
Patterson . .
full parV. :i f :
w as at uru t ;
wan Uiiikh ;. ,s ;
The i Uuu ..-f
a storm i , :
mack or i r. :.
Deuioi rat :
applauded ! '
the aith'i I. : .
defeat w 1, ; h :.
Robin 'Cv... ; .
$ 1 0.1MM1 bilt.,
-.. ii Cwofxr
' Lia vt.
i M4rl a
. r. alch
. s iL Car-
. ;.l uf tb
- i luudijr
, ir "anil"
!i 1 that
MIsslU'i I M IMIAU
Perry, A umi1 i f lt. ii.jj lected by
I'rituil, Mho ( Nut. nut u th
JacktioU. M m- . i : .
dorsiug tin .m ;.
Senator Leroy i-zit ;
election bu ciJ.
as an eudur. ;;. i.t
the people vi i.u -!' t;
the Mississippi !.;.
fciliu die today at: r
S i Aftr n
i. t a primary
t-ffHi to aarvn
: pudlatlou to
to Cou great
most suuh.i!'.u;i.ii iKkativ
in the blhtory t ti.' State
Contrary tu .x- :jiluu and aot
iu keepn.K wltl
wlii li tuarkei
to the late I' i.;:
nteat for the
alioli IU tucceaalou
j s Senator A.
J. McLairin a:. 1 !!, aftermath
charge ut Irii.-ry. u.hniaatlnf In
the denounce::;' '- nator Hilbu.
the author uf th- !. .! tho cloalng
hours of the Hhf ;,! ! r spent In
song and jest.
Cyclone in Kt.lrf'ooti County
killed and h.i wifo sustaining vsry
severe injuries ar. i is in the hospital
now. Thence it pursued a northeast
good deal of
timber, till it reached tb osrtn-
VlHo Settlement. t ten miles
northeaEt of this city, whre U ae-
, j ,.
royed the real.ence ol Mr Hugn
Mussel hlto. Mr. Mullah 1U and
throA children re badly injures.
but so far. no tfcer accidents bate
Kisen Married Woman.
Spring Hope. N. C April
if bM'fk ravmp
R. B. Bottoias. a
wag nnPi J2S.0Q for kimg irs.
LaWrenc ingiff. a relative, uot-
- tom lH eveiity-thre ypars oia ana
- Mrg- Lang!"? ixf?a. us ciaimea
gholnc cis aneciion.
" - . . nrm ..r(nui
- ( , mf-reiT
1 II li L . . I.
Democrat Carry Xew York District.
1' . Ati.A CI W.
S Harris. Democrat. -
Aldrldg. Ipublin. for CongrsM
ln tb,s ;,ls;rial h(.'& to fill
The eleCdoa -
district by G.ouu xaajori7.
j tr death. The Repnb-
1Ican defat as mainly caus44 by
.irta rhare'-s neing
for LrinRt its candidate.
senator Aldrich Will Kur.
n r. ADrtl 18.
"as f t w. tiiand. ao-
IP.K.A7 2 UILU. v
I Ciiii. . ,.Vi
hasl - "oriz " - a. MtMaf a fnr
i . , . i . nnnnnrfmeni lV"Ulu w
I.. 1 1 I nflT Tm E UUUiUew
ia, ', .n .v. and that ha
the TV'' v reure at tha explra-
ition of bis present term oa March 3,
Xegrewi Shot and Killed.
Vinton-Salem, N. C April IS.
jpnnle Webster, a negrcw.
1 kiiicu fc
1 . 1 a rnirm dit-
sh rouds h,Beteea years old. W
- 1 a WnilO Diu hr.
. I Ik
fnough to hold nia for a
. hatr was renerallr
w'rded a woman of qn.ft!onaM
cnaractiir. . , . j,
WILD buu.mv . I