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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1912, Washington, District Of Columbia                               TAKK AND READ TtM ada In A thousand and ira at MM 43. NO. MARCH 29, 1912.-TWELVE TWO Carload of Rifles on Way to Ambassador in CRISIS IN CAPITAL FEARED of Wires and Cable Causes Grate Dispatches and sages From and To Mexico City Ate to Have 5OO Keep Train in Still Fighting Gen. Force Mexico i II March 28 A carload of r 1 Ammunition Is on its way here i ID thf an Ambassador rh i for vise by the 1 he put rifles theh mn on whir h the govern wan waived thf hity has a train made of n to i ruz In of emer rd from i 1[ tU of thf federal rut off from tric with fie bomb The that Pancho el executed commander In h Hen n lv rt v f den Hal as former f war reported to after a federal defeat J ago has been hro h on a train which at an a I 0 w men Including 16 Vs fi th are reported to i The y are fpd i Jin about 2000 men at Santa Rosalia Chihuahua is well with I having six auny two modern field pieces captured from the federals at Corral I tos one motor and several guns turned out at the hua shops TOWEL SEWN IN TO GO OUT Suit for Physician to Be New York March a surgical operation performed seven years ago in which she says a 3-foot towel was sewn up In her Mrs Meyens Is suing Dr Herman J Boldt for 000 damages The action which was begun In 1908 asd along is on the court dar for trial Dr Benjamin Friedman now ITT Hungary has made a deposition for Mrs as to the circumstances He says he was her physician and when an operation was necessary he recommended Dr Boldt fie he was present at the original operation In 6t Vincents Hospital weeks later he saya he extracted from the wound a towel one yard long and a foot marked Vincent s 'A few days alleges Pr met who told me thai he had sent the towel to the New York County Medical Association as a osity Indicating the great vitality of the patient SUICIDE'S WIFE SILENT Suspension of Work in Fields Certain various points between the mines and tidewater The tig storage yards at Port Richmond are stocked to the limit of their From now un- til Saturday night when the suspension Is expected to take the greater l tlon of the cosl mined will be held in I Jf all the company's close down about 5 000 railroad employes in the coal E trade will be made BAT ATTACKS Child When Ten-Pound ster Gives Heads Of Pennsylvania Towns Ask Him to Name Friends in Capital Await Word From Mrs. BODY TAKEN TO CAMBRIDGE Sad Funeral After Services in Pearsall Too 111 to Accompany Brother's Sister of Mr. Pearsall Died Shortly After Ended Nervously wondering what effect the of the suicide of Philip and magazine writer here will have upon hlB wife and Horace He the clubman with whom Bhe eloped relatives and f i If nds of the man ex tantly awaited word from about the couple whose disappearance together is growing prehension over walkout of 700 or 800. A TIM n vote la now I determine Hie attitude of I had heard that Mr Highborn had t i men ap I him self In a fit of prei the tragedy Up to a late last night no Indication came that I IN gra In t t read to ft 1 Mo tm Ir i mad n to Ml t rt thn I they are f with any pout hv American conduc Cat small Island Happily nd 1'rep living on a care of j h} former friend of WirM to Capital Closed Msr h I alum i- with i. i waa IT I his portend iin hai m nne tlon with n that there fnr f inn the of ml iti n Tai ie tn or ii rn t i hes t Mexican f tn of tonight tt -i to the pni tn so the for brought r hut the rebels had cut the point the land ilon if railroad to Mexico n I that as n o ij had with the Mex and his widow and hii are thought tn be in ranee of the tragedy which created the si Washington society has I h lit in yeats Reports are that they have i ut off from communication I with the outride world and word at Mr I suicide maj not reach them for several days Another Death in Family Incident which followed closely Mr death was disclosed when it waa learned that a few ml nut OH after he killed himself a distance telephone message was received from New York tell log that a sister of Mr Pearsall had died there suddenly The news added to the gloom which over the family i made up of Philip Hit sr mother of the dead man and Paul Pear salt his law left the city at 5 o clock yesterday after with the en route for am bridge Mass Where the late Rear Admiral Philip father of the suicide Hi buried Funeral rites for Air atl New York via the Mex hut thereafter com- News Dispatches Rejected I Mnich dis l fi I ruled which are rut n In were transmission tonight the telegraph News matter In censored but abso mutual and leads to the that are I of the Associated Press fi tu Mexico Ity Is In rtt r h it a refuse Its No given federal Pfl words of matt t d by T companies Nit declines to handle rt. Aubert Bothers Orosco March ibert is tonight In his re- and In keeping thn main body of On zi o s army occupied In chasing i ro the hills west of tf body of the federals un- f Huerta li concentrating at c if m I rendering It Impregnable to th made h e f r to follow up his ry -i t 1 hv pursuing the i as tl ey fled toward were held late yesterday afternoon at a local under faking establishment The Rev Dr Roland Cotton rector oft 8t John s Protestant Episcopal officiated Only members of the family were ent The burial will be held at bridge at f 30 o clock this morning Mrs Paul sister of Mr born and one of the to see his body as he dead In her home at 1601 Bight street waa seriously 111 from shock and was to attend the funeral or go With the Concern Is felt by and friends about her condition Physicians and a trained nurse were In constant at- tendance last night Families in Stunned the shock of the and nervous over what word might come fropi Mrs and Kr Wylle abroad members of both families here kept In retirement Contrary to It was said that no word had been aent to either of the elopers by tives Wylle deserted wife of the man who eloped with Mrs was re- to deeply affected by the death of Mr Better than any one else she realizes the agony through which he has passed in the last few for had been deserted for another one She refused to receive any Members of the Family Of Mrs. also refused to make cjr Henry Heyt a brother of Mrs. Hart own ivt not said yesterday that the family had nothing to say annihilated the fleeing j Samuel E 9wayse. law partner of Mr he joint commanda of who accompanied him on his California from which he returned knifing that he was last spent yesterday morning at the Arm's offices in Fourteenth going over their joint affairs It the first time the offices had been opened for several weeks M- said he hao stopped In Pittsburgh on his way and did not reach Washington un- Mi Hichbom killed really nothing I can add to hard four to one on Monday to the 9 miles west of en back only after a HITS artillery Tuesday of the Salasar and columns in pursuit of Aubert ex- changed with the ter roar guard thH afternoon There la a rumor that Gen Tellel in with reinforcing him when and his of retreat which will enable him to p hanging on to the edges of the eral In this city hat approximately At about holding the between here and Escalon and flM at auction 1331 til himself ii what Is known about this terrible Mr Swayse do not know where Mrs. Hichbom and Mr. Wylle The public knows everything there to be known about Mr Hichbom s Washington naturally was ly Shocked at Mr Hichbom 3 though manj predictions that he would end hla troubles tn this way had been ON Parlor Car Old Leaves via W S Kj 12-Oi due Point C p. via C. O. Watson Urges Coal APPEAL TO TAFT I Senator Clarence W. of West proposes a congressional Into the threatened coal strike In the anthracite cosl with the hope of obtaining some legislation will terminate the controversy with tice to all He favors the creation of a commission of seven or nine members under a compulsory arbitration law Fof the purpose of the present Inquiry he would have a commission of six meny bers composed of the chairman of tbe committees of the Senate and House on Interstate and two other bers from each committee His rent resolution recites that whereas a repetition of strikes and lockouts Is threatened the Commission ts to organize and proceed to the seat of disturbance and conduct an Inquiry Into disputes affecting hours of and conditions of Tbe committee Is authorized to publish Its report as soon as covering not only the but dations as tn the judgment of the be required or be appropriate to enable Congress to adopt appropriate legislation to terminate the controversy with Justice to all A final report Is ordered before the close of the next lar session of Government Kept Posted on Progress of but Commissioner Who in Does Not See Union Effort at in Conference Boad Hoards March 28 of settling the bituminous coal mln ers wage dispute to prevent a strike next Monday and avert the shutting down of practically arl mines operated by union men waa seen by the operators and union officials today after they had conferred for hours and had failed to agree The lack of any steps toward Immediate settlement and the fact that only three more intervene before both the anthracite and bituminous wage scales expire wore said to make It almost tain that a widespread stoppage of coal production will begin next week for an uncertain period and a Involving about GOO 000 may ensue The situation tonight was The miners In the anthracite fields of Pennsylvania will quit Sunday midnight because their agreements with the operators expire at that time The union officials declare the suspension virtually will be a strike a Day The contracts of the miners In the minous night regions also expire Sunday mid- They probably will suspend be- until cause they have no new agreement upon to continue Officials of the union assert If a strike In both classes of is called It will entail a loss In pay to the men of a day A conference held In the hope that a strike or even a suspension in the bitumi mines might still be averted was without result up to tonight The tors and miners of western Oh and who are ing to flx a wage arid working scale not fox owp but alto as the far all ether nous then o'clock morning Operators Are The after stated they to offer no com- but rather to stand In their inal position to continue the prevent sicale two and nothing more That la the they which Will be delivered to the miners at the full con- ference tomorrow look for a breaking off of all ations said H M president of the Illinois would have today had It not been that we did not want to appear to be In haate In bringing about a strike We will offer no further compromise President John p. of the United Mine Workers of said he had no comment to make on today's ments other than that If a strike were called among the bituminous as well as among the anthracite It would not be because the union had failed to exert every effort to avoid it He added far as the anthracite miners were the strike already had been called to take effect midnight Heill Doesn't See Union Commissioner of Labor Charles P who has been securing data concerning the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers on the railroad has had no conference with Mr White or with other officials of the Mr White has said he was to government officials clearly as te condition of the but he thought the present stage of wage dispute did not call for any assistance from the government It Is that the government has been kept Informed of the progress of the v Mayors Petition March a conference of mayors and of the anthracite coal region held here day resolutions were adopted calling upon the operators and miners to hold meeting and prevent a strike and a pension The conference also adopted a which was forwarded to dent asking the latter to appoint a commission to effect a settlement in can the operators and miners fall to reach an agreement The petition sent to the President is as follows the mayors and of the leading cities and of the anthracite coal fully petition your excellency that In the event of the anthracite coal operators and miners falling to arrive at an ment within ten days from the 1st day of a be appointed by or that you take such other step or action as you deem advisable to the differences between the coal operators and the an- miners Immediately New Haven Conn March Notice is being served on the New New and Hartford Railroad Company and other England roads by carrying lines west of the Hudson River to discontinue t he further delivery of empty coal cars to be taken to the mines for coal The reason assigned by the ing roads for this action Is In of a strike In the mines after Pa March Reading Railway which carries the largest tonnage of anthracite In the coal region Is sidetracking the fuel at March 30 and Even Saturday and 8unda> to re- until 9 00 a m train AH trains both tbe Royal to Port. Marsh 28 10-pound, 27- Inch rat fought five members qf a family j all over the ground floor of their home in j East New York It was killed only i after a desperate In which one woman bitten and another Into h The rat put flight Terrence of 48 Montauk avenue his and three children Mrs McKenna is 111 ae the re- hei and her daughter Mae Is Buffering from bites AWAITS BOTAL British Miners Look With Favor on Re- sumption of March 28 coal situation shows a very decided Improvement The minimum wage has passed all stages In both houses and only a wait a the royal Acting on the advice of Lord Lansdowne to accept the painful and humiliating though It all opposition amendments were either negatived or and the House of Lords this evening passed the third reading of the without di- vision Although resumptions of work were less numerous than the miners deciding to wait for the result of the lot before returning to the collieries re- ports from district their willingness to accept the wage and terminate the strike The prompt dispatch of troops to the scenes of coupled with the advice of the leaders to refrain from had a wholesome effect OF Did It to Save to Va. March did It to mother I was afraid father going to kill saM Robert sd US years as his filled with when he related to sv er's jury how he had shot and killed hla father boy said his William ward was In a bad humor when he came home last night the boy said sprang up and struck He pulled her about the room In one of his hands father a table I saw strike mother with the handle of and thought he intended ing something worse I kept begging father to leave mother alone All tbe at- tention he paid to me was to tell go away or he would me. mother broke away from father he ed after her looking and I flred the gun at him The jury returned a verdict that Currie was shot by his but did not attempt to decide the question of the son's cation KILLED Indicted for Murder in First and Convicted of Special to The PoU ing Robert Ilson Robert Glass was fined one cert bj a jury In the criminal division of the city court The trial laRed all Glass was indicted murder In the first and has been In jail several months The jury held he was guilty of manslaughter In the degree About three months A Lee of Opel Ik a was sent to Jail for ninety days for killing a white He waa charged with murder In the first degree SPLIT IN MISSISSIPPI Regulars for Roosevelt Men Wame INDIANA GIVES TAFT 4, T. K. 8 Sixth District Convention Indorses the but Elects Delegates Who Ate for Hii More Dis- in Hoosier State to Hold by Both DELEGATES TO 28 10 MO Taft Roosevelt La Follette Necessary to nominate ELECTED For tour at Second and Tenth Indiana and seventh South For and Ninth March X ad- in Control of the regularly II me Just i FIVE DIE IN Husband and Wife and Three Children Victims of March his and their three dren were burned to death early today when their home at near was destroyed Tbe entire family was asleep when the fire started waa a Polish FIND SCHIFF NOT IN PLOT Grand Jurors Report Into Case of Valet Say Brandt Should Not Hare Been In- for Burglary in TbU Part of Report New March 28 examining 41 the grand jury the case of Folke E. Brandt handed up a presentment to In tte court of general la that In their opinion neither mer L who employed Brandt as a nor Ills personal Howard had guilty of conspiracy in causing tbe servant to be sent to prison for 30 years for alleged burglary in home At the same the jury holds that Brandt should not been Indicted for burglary In the first but for grand The court to receive a last effect Both Mr and Mrs had appeared s witnesses before the grand and has had a hearing He Is now out on and Judge WBO sentenced having set aside the it Is not thought that he will be Imprisoned again under consideration tbe tion as to whet Her any Indictment be brought on any charge of conspiracy growing out of tbe said jury the In our does not the finding of ments Attorney Whitman the court that there had not been a word of the testimony nor of the actions of the ury made organized Republican State convention from the start and with little mony adopted indorsing the present national administration and delegates to the Chicago tion instructed to vote for the tlon of President Taft to the end At the sanfe time Roosevelt hopelessly outnumbered In the regular convened on another floor of the same building and named a ing delegation Instructed for the former President L B of United States commissioner for the southern district of Mississippi J B postmaster at K Atwood of and Charles Banks of Bolivar named as Taft delegates The Roosevelt faction elected the lowing delegates 9 D of Jackson Charles of Mound W B. of and Henry of Greenville Regulars Strong for Tait With few only those holding satisfactory credentials were permitted to enter the hall where the vention was held When the roll was called on the resolution Indorsing dent Taft 268 delegates voted in the and 12 of the delegates ed refrained from voting Delegates Instructed for Taft have been named In seven of the eight congressional districts of Mississippi In the Eighth district two conventions were one faction Instructing for Taft and the other INDEX TO TODAY'S Citizens to Draft New Measure for CHAIRMAN SEES A Bills Mr. Says at Public Hearing That Proposed Lava Fall to De- fine a or for Proper Division of Thoi Rendering Them Kay Be Held Demand Kind of a souvenir on the hands of the If it becomes a was the phrase applied to the universal transfer recently passed by by Chairman Ben of the House District In coarse of an arraignment of the delivered by him at a public hearing on transfers held by committee last 9s! declared the bIH to be The result of the hearing was that the many advocates of universal transfer legislation agreed to held a conference and combine on a which will meet the objections of the They were advised to do so by man Johnson and other members of tbe were made for a conference during the next President of the Cap- ital Traction was pre- pared to but refused to present his arguments because only four bers of the committee were In Nearly 50 advocates of universal trans- fer representing nearly a score of were present The hearing was delayed for nearly an hoar while the members present waited for a quorum to Those Who Chairman with of of Rhode of were the only members who appeared Chairman said the we're scattered all the way from Europe to the Pacific those wl were of 4H4 O. V P J of the lAbor oei of the Northeast B. J of the coln Park Association ington of tbe North Washington Thomas W B L and Chairman Johnson declared that two universal transfer bills have already been by but that both have bad jokers In them At he de- to find ont if tt Is proper to pass any transfer hill at and then to make certain that the measure be Without Mr. Gives am against the Senate Mr Johnson I believe it to be Ineffective for three reasons In It the word transfer is not legally defined and neither does it say what a transfer shall be good for It declares the transfers be but is not quite specific enough The does not proper provision for a division of the fares It that If the companies do not the District commissioners shall decide on the proper and that the District Supreme Court shall decide whether the division ordered is fair If the court should decide that the division Is not the entire matter would be hi the as the court Is given no power to say what division would be fair The necessity for making some prevision for relieving traffic at Fifteenth street and New York avenue northwest was urged by several of the representatives of committee first wants 1 Americans in Mexico to Vrm No Word From Mrs Hichborn Soft Coal Strike Seems Certain Two Delegations from to Draft Transfer Young Bancroft Gets Divorce Another Outlaw Society Gives a Basaar Club for Women Duel With Daggers in Street Roosevelt's View of Colonel Denies Hinting at BoK Taft Men See Peril to Party Bryan's Stand ae to Vote Clears District Pension in House Wonld Abolish Court Editorial Comment Baseball and Other Knox Discredits Tax Missionary Council to Meet DECREE FOR BANCROFT Divorce Suit Is Won by Rich KADE Mention by Judges of Counter by Formerly Mitt Madeleine da Eldest Daughter of Alfred I. du aa Not Plaintiffs Court March 28 New Castle county superior court this after- noon granted a divorce to Jote from his Madeleine du Pont Bancroft The families of the couple are among the most prominent in the and tbe charges made in with the case were of a In addition to granting the divorce the husband Is allowed the custody of the couple's 4-year-old son The court also directed that a decree should be entered declaring that Max an that was made a codefendant with Mrs by her -s not the child of Mr Bancroft The Infant was given the name of Max Jr by Mr. Bancroft in his for ffd of The decision B of the court was unan Mo mention was made by the court of tht for divorce filed by Mrs Bancroft This la final act unless wife's attorneys appeal to the State preme In this sensational divorce The judges decided that the mony would be too revolting for the pub and held sessions behind closed doors Notwithstanding this tbe was reported as fully as though the doors had been opened Bancroft is the only son of John millionaire secretary of the Joseph Bancroft A Sohs Company of extensive textile The wife Is the eldest of Alfred I du ylce president V the Du Pont der and a man of millions When the husband brought his suit last making the infant born April 19 last a ft was followed by the wife Sling a counter suit for divorce also on statutory grounds The case decided today Waa that of the whether the young wife will prees her counter suit has not been announced It Is that she will bring her counter action to trial in view of the pronounced finding of the court against her Bancroft la granted a decree nisi Un- der the Delaware laws an absolute di- vorce cannot be allowed for a year Were Married in Mr. Bancroft and his divorced wife eloped to Washington December and were married by the Rev Donald C a Presbyterian minister of Washington Each was about 30 years Soon alter the marriage Claude SOB of Floyd to ADMITS PART IK SHOOTING Saw UKle SUat Fire tad Picked Clerk as Hfe Tarret Whea Watts Oit vf Two Pointed at Hun Safely Oat of the Knowledge as to Whereabouts of Others of Almost Happy in Jail of age then the couple went to atonal in Indiana today elected and others declared that the crowding of delegates to the Republican national con- I the at this point delays street car two of the Second and traffic throughout the city a con- choosing Taft men and the stant source of danger to pedestrians and Ninth electing Roosevelt supporters Today's action gives Taft the delegates from seven of the thirteen districts and four Mr Sheldon arraigned the Washington Railway and Electric and de- clared that It Is perfectly able to grant j universal He said that It with the four delegates at f 15 per cent more per mile for nauls elected at the special State j than do street ear companies In other baa a total of 18 and Roosevelt 8 of In- He supported the Senate but said he was perfectly willing to confer with other of legislation In order to a perfect May a The Senate was objected to as in- definite by that it define what a transfer He said that average passenger the street ear lines of the travels eleven city blocks on one If lives in the and more than 3 OB one if he lives In the This Is he A majority of the representatives of declared that they not particular which so long as legislation is Mp Washington Topham said that the diana's delegation of 30 The Twelfth will choose gates April 23, the Thirteenth district April 2, Contests are expected In and leaders are counting on adding four more to totals In the Sixth district convention peculiar conditions aa the ing adopted approved by the State as it was said for harmony's while Roosevelt gates were chosen to the national con- The elected today are Second district Perry Wooden and David R 6ixth district Porter and Thomas J Bryson Eighth District and K C Toner Ninth district H. Dye and William Tenth district R. Wood and Percy Parry S C. March 28 district convention day elected J H Goodwin and A. D Webster delegates to the national con- vention and Instructed them for Lived feeven Years With Back Pittsburgh March lying on a hospital cot for seven j ears with a broken the result of a railroad cident at Braddock Harry aged 33, died here today From Old Home at auction 1333 G at Washington for Roosevelt Resulta in Mr f Later the husband went to Heidelberg March 28 j the as man's where he entered the famous university at that continued the studies be had dropped when he ceased to be a student at Princeton Immediately after hla At the bearing of the case before Chief Justice of the superior court of Helen of and Mr and Mrs. Ernest also of that city told of having seen Max H el bier with Mrs Miss was employed by Bancroft aa a maid and companion Letters said to have been written by Max Helbler Mrs Bancroft were in- One of speaking of a trip to the mountains when both of them were drenched by a hard rain and re- moved some of their clothes when the sun came says shall never for- I get how I kissed you Do you ber how I kissed you on the lips and Wow I you on tbe In several of the other letters it said that the writer acknowledges that he Is tbe father of Max jr. Bancroft a Mr Bancroft the stand and told how he became Infatuated with his wife while he waa a student at street car companies In the past have j with the assistance of numerous all of have proved beneficial to them In tbe aa well as to the The will be Uue at the universal trans- he said That the decision practically reached Met to draw up a new and present It to the District will nave the effect of delaying universal transfer legislation until the next sion 0f was the opinion ex- by several last night Tenn and account 4th- annual con- vention Southern Commercial Correspondingly low round-trip Canes frera points In Virginia and the only fine operating through Eastern cities mod J Harvey an be eloped to and after that went to Europe and lived In and Heidelberg He said he left and Joined his wife in Wilmington some months later In of the following Jr was born let written in German and addressed to Mrs. were Identified as. to tbe handwriting of Max by Proprietor of the apartment In which Heibler The Introduction of these letters as also caused a long legal wrangle to and March S and Claude namesake of United States Senator out of the laurel thicket m the Blue Ridge today pointed two shooters toward the and gave him self to the Which for nearly two weeks has hunted him Complacent and almost happy sat to sheltered from a driving In the little brick a stones throw from Carroll county courthouse on March the Allen gang vengeful ly killed judge the the a and a bystander Shot at Clerk Goal's Bead In the presence of a detective young Allen described his own part in the court house admitted that he had seen Allan and that be himself bad aimed for Clerk s head four times told a story of the assassination don't Who started the shoot said Allen It began X four times at Clerk and aimed for his head time I saw shoot at somebody but don t know who When the shooting In the courthouse was over I went outside and saw Lncle on the ground shooting at so I ihot at brother Mctor called to me to hut I had shot all my cart Then we all went All day the divided Into mall toad been following a troll thought to be that of Wesley A nephew of the Aliens Re Ead Claude who was cause of the AS having escaped four were working toward Floyd Allen s house when yards or so off the Mount Airs a creeping through the undergrowth was dimly seen through the mist overhung the mountain Close behind Lucas the other men brought their to to their Allen stepped out Into the road hii hands upraised a pistol In each I m glad to get a chance to come in he said haven t slept In a bed the I m hungry The young mountaineer swung In be tween men of the posse and started back to His pouched and roughened face confirmed lim plea of exhaustion but his broad dered form towered above the men had taken him Didn't Want to I could have shot you said Alien as he smiled and nodded toward Detective Lucas but I a excited at having you come upon me so soon way I t want to to kill body Some bread and a cask of weic found hidden in the and Allen said were ail he had been upon for several days Detectives de- clared one of the in his handd used In courthouse The boy talked freely on the long jour ney over soggy roads back to and when the party reached the jail thf had turned to a downpour The troop of horsemen picked their way in o the where hardly a light broke the whole had learned by the of the woodland country that another Alien had been there was no excitement The young fellow waa put in charge of two armed deputy Denies of Claude a capture renewed hope of the capture of the three remaining his nephew Frtel and Wesley Edwards Although Claude denied any knowledge of the hiding pla of the it Is believed he ing to carry some of his meager stock of food to his relatives When he was taken Young Allen probably will be taken to morrow to the Roanoke jail where some of kinsfolk already are A movement iias been started among Virginia women to present a gold medal to the daughter of Cle k who ran to her father 3 side whi n he was under by the gang an 1 brought a freshly loaded pistol for hint i continue the Mrs William 1 wife of the heading movement Judge Staples Adjourns Court Staples court a minutes this morning to enter a special order ad- until April 39 the special term of the Carroll county court At that time dates for trial of Victor A Urn Edwards and Marion will set Judge Staples will sit at Roanoke Saturday to hear argument on the tion for a change of venue in the case of Floyd Alten This decision came a lengthy conference with counsel for both sides Tbe as well the place for Floyd Allen's trial will set Saturday It Is hie trial will be held m Roanoke 15 a has not been by an attorney so ami If he ef one by Judge appoint fort him tn the of the ul Glorious v Southern Railway trains leave a m 30 and 45 p m dalh m 1Mb  

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