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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1907, Hutchinson, Kansas                                * (>ri*i*   epon to all, Hulen. >; * )n�on'� bait sdver-  * tlalng medium;       * P VOL. XXI. HUTCHINSON, KANSAS, tuesday, march \2, 1907. XO. aj. LAWMAKERS END SESSION Business of (he legislature Con' � eluded Last l\'Ig!�l. Real Primary Bill, Recommended by Mte Conference, l)c� fcalcd by 1 tic House, MR STUBBS IS UNRELENTING llrlorls, Citirli, Cownn, Crnddook. Ciinnlnghnm. DllVldSOIl, Davison, ElHtun, Knrlghl, Flnley, :    . Uesnor, Itnsklns, IK'Imlqk, Holdon, troldre.a,, MniHuy, lliilchestni, Klnnlsan, Lolaiul, Mnyhow, Poter, Pninoroy, l'olts, Hansom, Reynard, Rhodes, �Rich, Utehnioml, Rochester, Ryan 1 Hciilnldi, Shepherd, Snvder, Seitrbcur, Taylor, ttmholtz, Wiir run, . WoiitcoU, Wfneolor, WoudlioiiHe, Sliniuons'.--l JEROME IN BAD TEMPER Stood With (lie Democrats Ills Bill or None. for Four Hour Call of I lie House Foiled to Materially Af-fecl (he Vote. Topekn,. Hi'rch 12.- -The work of U10 legislature 1b at 1111 end. although --formal adjournment will not come until Tnursduy m fi p. in., as It is necessary for u tow members a ad tJie orilcors to remain until tlion, to receive the governors messages on tlie bills passed toward the last. The final act of both bonnes won the passage, just at mldnlgnt, of lh, miscellaneous appropriation bill, the executive and Judicial appropriation bill having-been disposed 01 In the afternoon. At,10:45 last- night, n rosolu Hon was adopted extending (he lime of consideration ot 1)111? until 2 a. m today,--but all the time was not re. quired. It took but an hour and flf-. teen mluutes 1.0 llnlsh up business and at 12:10 thlH morning the halls of the legislature, Unit have been teeming'-with Immunity for the last sixty-five days, were deserted for an other two yours. Of counte, a Tow members will main to receive messages from: tbo governor,-but a very abort lime each day will Bulling, for that. The l.lmo ot sine die adjournment is 0 p. ni. Thurs day, and it la not likely that there will bo ft dozen, senators and ropresonta lives vJn Topeka- on. that � day. The; Bti-ijiinouR: work' yesterday took all the , llfootit.of tho members and there was 'ilone of- the "last- bight" foolishness last night     '- Tito senate- was in seBslon only In lermlttenlly Inst night. The .house wns. In session, continuously. When tho business whs completed a motion was...mil do to adjourn, and adjourn It did. in - u. very, orderly manner. . The members gathered -up i.ne bundles: . they hitvp, hud packed since Saturday ui:--.l silently- stole away.--sunny of � them i itltinc night trains for 'their ionics. ,-� Death of the Fnmary PHI. .The compromise primary bill was lillled by'-tliti, house: at 10:3* o'clock !jst night" turouu- the failure of its friends (o nuustor a sufficient number  eaib later he was married to .WibS Beatilco Parker, lonuerly of .North Curollua. Slncn taut time ho hu� lived quietly with his second �lie, by whom ho has one child-. Wihon told lliut his wife In Horndon hai/ niudo the complaint, Mtihouey said: "She's got no business squealing. She told me 1 could marry whenever wanted to ' STE1NWAY VERTEGRANJ), $500. v^.':.:'v"rfV-�)��- :-;;''�'"''..;''.';'..' �..".; Thc.Steinway PunQ Costs Mote . to Make and Costs Less to Keep. --the'best puld of all Amor loan artisans are ongpgod iii,ll|e,man-1 Hfacturoo(.'tlip gtelnway plunp.Y'l'.iiiey are dlrootod and liersotially sunor- � lufepded by olgtit niqin,bota;.of the Stoluwoy fiwily.   Al( their ,\vorlc trilpfapiin'^lio'lurgosj iiiiatbo only comuloto pliino factory in,the world. . l?vor/i)ipc<#;pf pvoiT Btoiuway Jsjoloaeiy serutiniMd aud sovoroly tout-, etlheto^use; .Tlie oKort iu.convlnuous and unsparing to make ove.r^ 8telfrvy'i�yvti :woar,->)'itqil'trufttmi..pleasure In ownership. .'�^-ra-'r-Stoinway Voriosrnnd, the.new upright, superior to grands of :,o^et':io^H.ofii',JS00; Stolnway Miniature antnd, the supremo sinull  BI'HUtli' tllovHmallCBl; ,re�l griind, J7B0, Time-paymoiUs-if you wish, in t ho Jenkins store is ono nrlco only, >,i)o co(nji)|6Uiouli,paid to anyone for. bringing or sending oustomors,In, . ^(^Wlftfff >�o�lwt�,> gra>bacr,-�p liemes: or trteks of any. kind; '.'iM, P^lfiylBlij slrnlehttorwiird business, wHIi no attempt to ovor .....^ ,'        urn .i, '   "I don't know whether it - will or . not,' replied. Jerome. "Hartriclgo , is the attorney of record." '�"Jerome thon began to detail all the facta regarding the dolay In bringing Thaw to trial. Hartrldge Interrupted several times, once- making an extensive argument. "Witness smith left the city almost Immediately after tho tragedy," Hartrldge said hotly, "and he continued,to absent himself lor a long time. Suddenly ho cumo back. Surely Airs, White know her brother was In the citv and she was lu constant touch with tho dlsu-lct attorney. Then Smith sniis away again Inst Christmas when it was known this case was coming up for early trial." "1 will now present to your honor the legal basis tor my request," said Jerome. � 'I do not understand what the lounied district attorney means by legal basis," said Denims. "Jlis language is not clear." "Mr, Delmas will have to pardon my luck of experience and education and my Inability to make myself Gloat'1 In the Ulngllsh language," responded Jerome. "By legal basis, t moan the sUitute and tho Unv, in the cusp." . .,   .. , , 'My iinderslniiding of" the term is not tho-.same," Biild Delmas, "and I see. no ruusou for tho district attorney's petty: sarcasm and loss of teuip- THGY SCORE MRS. HOLMAN. Grandmother and Two Aunts of Evelyn Speak In Her. Defense. " Pittsburg, March""l2.-The mother nnd two sisters of W. Scott Nesblt, father of Mm. Harry Kendall TUfuv, have repudiated Mrs. Charles J. ITOl-man, who was the wlfo of.-'W. Scott Nesblt and tho mother of Mrs. Thaw, In a most remarkable statement. This statement, was written out at a family conference, held .(if Miles City, Mont., most of the Nesblt family residing In that vicinity. In sending tho letter to. this city, Hie three women also send a letter In which they, .request, .that., their Joint statement be published. "Wo own property lu Livingston, Mont., uud como through nil right?,''.' "Admitting that Mrs, Holman did not know the trite character of Stanford White, should she have left her -beautiful little.KirJ under-the ^charge of an liilluentlaW'man of the world,' unprotected, other-wise and in New York Cifcjr? And now;oonsidering that sho did all this innocentlyr-giving her the bonolit of.a tr-otignnd doubts-IS; she ' not an lnhumun wretch to.turn against her daughter,in the hour ot need." FRENCH SHIP BLOWN UP Explosion on Board the lena at Toulon. Casualties May Reach as High as Two Hundred or Three Hundred. has developed that It Is thought Gov ernor Warner may send the measure back to the legislature with- the roc rniimeiidntlon Hint the mining law of 1806 be ropenlod altogether. rOven among the members ot the legislature a sentiment is snlii to pre vail thnt a mlslnke luis been made, The members from the upper peninsula are said to have heard from their constituents, who oppose the.measure In no uncertain terms. One of tno effects of the hill as It now slnnds will be to prevent tho United States Steel corporation from buying an interest in producing mines. SUSPEND JAP ACTION. SURVIVORS LEAP OVERBOARD And Fill/ Extent of Disaster Not Known. is Main Explosion is Followed by Others and a Panic a( the Arsenal Follows. or." � "I spoko more, in sorrow than In anger,'' replied Jerome, � Delmas . |ircolfilt oiogrilp)ion �wb.o took the Evelyn Nesblt polar bear pictures Wftj'next called. Majdo Folletto, tho chorus girl, was in tho corridor this aftornopn and evidently expected - to Ufl:pu)|ed ns. a witness. Blio was ao-oomuanied by u Miss Jackson, who wasji clorlt In a uhutogrnphla studio at tile time Evelyn Nosuit posed tor picture* which have boon, offered In 9Vld,Wqe. - Joromo askod Kukmyor to Identify Photographic negatives ot the Hummel affidavit. fj, (t - ,:"'.J!lsr) With Missouri Puplfio,. Ht. i^)�ls, Mwoji iHmAI .tlm.twiiunl HUNNEWELL    BANK   WRECKED But the Safe Blowers Are Frightened Away Before Getting Cash, Hunnewell, Ivas.. Miirch 12-Sale blowers'totally-wrecked the vault of the Union State buuVf-"hi>�o ul 1:30 o'clockHhls monilng. Tho robbers, live in number, oame into town during tho Highland etfect-ed tin entrance to the bank through a rem- window:    1    , : Tho townspeople were- aroused by Blx distinct -explosions; J. C. Hopkins,'-who resides opposite the bank, wns tho first on tho street The 10b-bors ordered him to return to his home, nnd fired Mired-snots  . Dowie s will reveals resolution protesting against Japanese naturalization. The message created something of. a sensation In the lower house. Urovor T. Johnson nrotc;, expressed his coiilldenco In tho governor and the president and believed that the mutter should bo left to tbum. Ho moved tnat it be the sonso of the ns-sembly thai no action he tuken on tho Japanese question .ut 'tills session. I The motion was carried. whom ho chosi.' ns his successor. Then they will flock to ills support. Many oxpres.ted thu bellel' that t.hiS will be Overseer Bryant, now lit South Africa PITCHER HYNES KILLED. BILLIONAIRE TIMBEK KING LOST A Now World's Record. Denver, Colo., March '18.-A new world's record lor howling In tournament was established today in the Western Rowling congrobs, when Voght and lilvorliardt-of Kansas Citv scored 1S0U. �>', �'",:� Frederick Weyernauses Mysteriously Missing In Southern California. I.uh Angeles, Cal., Miurch 12.--Frederick W'eyerhuuser, the timber king; who is said to towor uwa>' abovu Hoekeleller in wealth, Is lost somewhere between Santa Bin-burn- and Los Angeles. He passed through.Sun Fiiinofiico Incog and Is known to have passed through Sunta Uarbara,- bound lor Los Angeles, about noon Friday. fSlnce then his movements lutve boon an Impenetrable mysters'. He is not at any of the lending hotels of Los Angelos or Pasadena, and (lis lieutenants are mystified. Tho Southern Pacific officials have been appealed to, every irulnnlutt has been notified to look out, and every opeiator has been given Instructions Lo uotlly hoiidqiiarteis of any tracu of the missing man. Tho billionaire is 7J years old ami Ms disappearance may bo a purposeful one-at. nny rate ho has caused much alarm here., Itobort U McCJiir-mirk, his right-hand mun, Is not with 1,1m on this trip, which makes the cibo more romurkablo. Witioii: Wflyor-lumber lott Minneapolis some weeks ago it wait with tno lntentlun of Inspecting his forests in tho WouV. MAY VETO ANTI-MERGER BILL. Michigan Govornor Finds Much Hostility to New Mining Measure, Detroit. Mich.. Mtirch 13.-*to much hoaillty lo luo amendment to the mining bill intended to prevont tbo mer-gtr of the Calumet mid tllecla, Osceola, Centounlu) and Allnuur. companies Milwaukee Ball Player Shot In Saloon; Other Tragedies. � St. l.ouls, ulnrcn .. 12,--Patrick J. Hyrios, formerly pitcher for the St. Louis American league team and signed with Milwaukee lor tho coming sfu-3oii. was shot and killed lu a saloon bore today us. a result of a quurrel. Louis W. Richardson, u banender, wns arrested, charged with the killing, lis says he lired in self-defense, Uorlin, March 12,-A mysterious duo! was (ought yesterday with pistols In Orunowald, nonr Berlin. One ol tho participants, Captain Von Behrens, was taken to the hospital In a dying condition. Mystery attaches to his opponent. It was stated that ho Is a personage ot High rank but his Identity has been concealed. St. l.ouls, Mo., March 12,-Albert Vicltols, a teamster, was shot and killed toduy by Edward Court, Court said in oifeet that Nichols hud slapped Mrs. Court and when ho took him- to task lor t|io act Nichols drew a knife. Coffeyvlllo, Kas., M;�i'ch 12,-Larson Powell, a wealthy negro living south of here, was found murdered ut his farm today and (Curl Curry, a negro, was arrosiod hero for tho I'l-liue. Rubbery Is the supposed motive. MORE LOUISVILLE RIOT8, Disorders Incident to Street Railway Strike Continue, J.oulsi'iJlo, Marcli J2.T-DIsordors marked tho early hours; of tho street car strike today, The car svas held pp ut Soveuteenlli and Chestnut si reels by a mob of 200. ... After � light with the polloo. on board three arrusts, wore inado and tho ear proceeded down town with sovoral windows shattered. Tho suburban Bcrvlco wnluii was discontinued, yesterday has not boon resumed. A riot culminated at Second ami Dreckoiiridgo streets between strikers, strike sympathizers and tho police ami striae breakers. Six pojlco* mon and a niulorinuu wore seriously Injured, and u score or iiioro bruised and eul. .,���'.. Mayor liurtlt has issued a piooln-mutiou calling, upon eltlr.eus to refrain iVom coutrregutinff on ilio Mi-eels. A sign "U.'S.MulV1 v/an torn from u car carrying mull. THREATEN TO LYNCH ROBBERS. Company of State Militia Guarding Iowa Suspects. Manchester, la., March 12.-A company of state militia win called oui early today, to guard two- bank rob? hers arrostod for blowing'up a.bank.' ftt MiiBonvllle from mob Violence unit Sheriff Hennessey has aBked the governor for moio aid.. -The company is now on guard with instructions', to shoot. i i Angry citizens threatened a 'lynching when the- grand Jury - was dls> missed without Indicting the robbers. The militia were uepn.yt.-ii in Hie vi-vlnity of tho town today. All roada Itading to and troni Mttncheiiier aro patrolled by state troops. The guards were removed from around the jail. Mob violence Is no longer feared, Sheriff Honnessy stated later that ho hud the situation well lu hand,' and it would bo necessary to retain tho troops only in an effort to apprehend other members of tno (tang of robbers. ARRESTED AFTER YEARS. Murderer Allows Father to Be Huns for Crime Thirty-three Years Ago-Albuquorquo, N. M., March 12.-If. M. Denny, of Otero county, N. M., today arrostod, at Halo.' City William, Mlteholl, ullas Henry Russell, u stuck mun, charged with murder committed lu Hood county, Texas, thlrty-lhreo years ago. It Is alleged that Mitchell allowed his ugod futbeivto bo convicted and banned for Hie crime in 187-1, upon llio testimony of .a..-rancher who recently admitted on his death bed that tho ol|l mun was Innocent of tbo crlmo and who sunt that tho'uon was the guilty: mun. Mitchell, senior, was Hi) years old when ho was executed, Mitchell, alius Russell, has. been tuken to the county jail at Altnngurdo to await tho urrlvul of oOicurs from Texas, . . Roadmakers in Session. Pittsburg, Pa., MUrcb l�.--Tho convention of.dm American Iloud-.iialfurs' association convintid Iqday ji) Carmj-Blo Music ball. Over 2,0bo Aologutcs,' repiestntlng thlrty-olgnt slates, wero proseiii. Froiich Ex-Prosldont Dead, Purls, March 12.-M. CMsljnor-l'or. ler,   ox-preiildHiif of r ranee, died to- day, l .ix *', KILLED BY AN ICICLE; Are Vou Dreaming? ol a now pluno for that baro space In your home'! Don't dream that you can't get it without paying down Hie whole sum. Wo ar* sell-our superb stock of pianos .an. easy paymenst, and It Is easy (or tho man of modern to moans to'u\uko his family happy by tnid |'iiy ot sunlight fu tho homo.       '� The Mome Music $oA HptehlnBon, Ksniai,  l'0�tot.-^rlnm'^0�Mlqgv�r-'V':v'irf. One Falls on Car at Niagara Falls, �>  �       KllllriO � Motorman, Niagara Falls, N. V., Murch A bimo Icicle dropped from tho cliffs of Niagara gorjjo onto a trolley 'cur this afternoon as ft, wiut luMslnt; tho Whirlpool rapids. ' Tho inottormuii was killed. Dr. and Mr.. M. ll, Nervy, of Sioux City, In., and Miss Nervy were struck on -ihe backs and badly bruised. S, O- Lindsay nnd wife,: of Pittsburg, woro Injured. "Boss" Reef Gett Temporary 6t�y-San Francisoo, March 12. -Abrslnui) nuef'u uttonioyn this morning applied to the stato supremo court for � writ of habeas corpus, Judge Dunne'a court was adjourned until luoacrrow. bull wns refused. Chicu^tt iW^caSr'ui/tt,! S p, in.  Wednesday.  For Kftnwutt i - . BAKING DAY TRIALS ;tre Jesseiied-almosL reduced to a uiiuimuia-*,wheii..- PRIZE FLOUR is vised.   It's easy to knead, always needed, easy to bake, and will satisfy the most exacting baker in, ia its various: uses.  Get the name--      ��� PRI2
                            

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