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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 7, 1914, Wellsville, New York                                 •• -  m  m  CK.  u-mmmitm^m^  llastaolias^t fikeeu»^^ WHo ftifms td lúkm His Salary to Beffili  FIND «áit UlîeOiiSi^  »mn  to HcrTRftrftiiftMiqi ÀfiL' Sharon, P«./Mai«li. T.-HUytuf m*  m. mmK  l^mmt PiMêat «t  • ÉL'^MMB- -ÎÊÊ' ÉÊ^KÉÊtÊÈ^È^^  ^ , ^ . ^ ^ ^ . tfr. Fnmk * i»ifwotíít«aí  oa w imperni »>«1, M^â^u^t of «t ht»  CrilEFTMS SEffiSJWBffl  Lofty Ton* of Note Sent to Brym indicate« That Carran» Will HtA Reoognize aiftht of United States ta Act on Behaif of Oreat Britain or Otiier Foreign Nations Having In-teveste tit Northern Kekico.  wWtfistOii. Marcb 7.—Ali iaTesti-gaiiotis resardtng the kftlihs of for-«igners on the Mexscaa border will trait cm Carranxa. aad bis fstrestlsal-ing comiuittee, according to iadica-tioQS, Carranza has now added tbe «•«te-^-tOtimv fiaftrefi. tli« AiaipYicaia V. ho w'ais reported tgi have lyeea execu* Red ia the Juarea jail hy Villa s or-«ier», to th«- task of the coiiaiaission of •three ccnstUuilonalista -»hicb b«' aj>-FoitUPd to invi'Stigate the -case.  EyjUISSi81ISWITROl£A6U£  ffpoosible for the kidnapping and banging of Clemente Vergara, an Ameri-tiàn citizen, that be was at liberty to lientca '«P the qnestirn of the extradl lion of the alleged c ffenders with the  Carranza'« Note to Bryan.  îîr. Bryan received rronTCarrjïixa's  the noie; ^^ irivn.t'^.tins case Is  Itrrsa.-i to the uhoiSclal repre«enia  governor of the bonier state of Nnevo  the" men  are thoupht to. n«^. ronsul Garrett > af ^-r iht' eu-itoins oSolals had board-  i'd the vessel.  Dick Egan of World Tourists Ha* Not Reached a Decision as Yet. Federal« Still Hope to Lure Doolan, Wingo and Magee Into Fold—8os> ton Pays, Speaker an Immense Salary. ■  New York, March rotind-  the-world ba5Mgbatt tourists camo back to United States soil jesterday on the Lusttiania and ihci with a rousing welcome from thousands of friends that mad<» every man Jack of the fiirty—and fh^lr wKes as wert—prouti of being Atnterican?.  Presirtent Ban Johnson of the American, league, J<>?eph J. Jjinnin of,the BoPtcn fiiid Sox. William F. Baker oi the FhiiUes. F^rank i. Farrell of the Sfw York AiRiTscans and Charles H. Kbbftts of the lirookiyn Nationais ; cliinilore'l over tht> narrow gnnsplank  tit'iis made by you to the first cSíef o  ' ; reported to have found several wit-  POLICEMEN OD TANGO  ; Besses to the execQticn of Verpara. the ccastiiutionalist army. iisrO!:gh |  «he depaTtnicnt of foreign relaisons:  now «ader lay clrarge, relative to the'  «i.<iapre=iranco in Cnihuahua of the' ■  An ericaa c:t!r.?n. Gust&v Ikiuch, ! Discharges Pair Arrested  havf the honor to inform you. in ac-1 Domg New Oanc^  co: dance with the instrnctinns n'-1 Lowell, Mass., March 7.—Two, po-ceiv<?d by me from the sasd nrsi chiefs liceraen of this city in Judge Enrighfa of the coGFtinitionalist array, that j ga^e an exhibition'of the tango  bavtn^ ordered all tie if,.] as. danced by Frank-Hennosey-and  vf8t gation in this ease, as I had the ^ Angelica Marcotte, professional t|an-honur to inform you in my note of the! «"erv^ who were arrested at a public ':stii oi Februar>, the^ result of the in- halL  vfi-îiuation rrmde -by the local authorities at Cbihijahua shows rhai Mr. Baiich was arrecited in Chiiiuahua  It might have been the bear-like gracefulness of the flat-fooled ofBcers; it might have been that the exhibition  charKed ^Uh -b^-iDir a^ ^eniy of the pleased the court; in any event. Judge <M)ns-t:sut onalist ca^I!^?; bTirUt^r oa rJESw^e^l declared the defendants had he reiea?e<i. the authorities fn ^ not conimitte<raHs^trapTtJprtet5?-4n^  V' iVHahna having at present no , eye« of the law.  knoViedgP of his whereabouts. | "I cannot find anything in the law  -However, 1 aia v. ry pleasid to in-1 to Tvarrant holding the.«?e deffndauts," fo.r.i y.>u that the fir^t chief -AishfS to j the court said, but added: "Something i.a^e a vj-ry c« n;i ktti jiud cetalie-d in-; ought to be done, the way things are  veii-eaîirîi'made «,-nhft matter for the fat s^faci OÎÎ of-ihe department of-îhe-  going in our dance halls, end the police aro absolutely justified in taking  <  ituu- and ior L's own «ai:£fact:on and j action to better the conditions. There so i a? yo:!r government inay see his lis a,bill now before the legi.«lature to sioad wsli lo ta've into eonsidi^ration j stop jupt this sort of thing, and I iiiiy r'^sr-j-ertationi made to hisn ja ; hope it soon will become a law." tiip pnpi-r m.inner. and, thert-fore. be ; ----  ha. orxi lid the case of G. siav Eauch : Oft KING'S FIRST LOVE DYING  ■"o b«- liiiori UTf by the aj't-cLiS r-Tniinii- ; , _  sicn appoint-.d lo 5nve?i:gate thi=> Ben- ■ st Louis Woman Introtfuced Rocke« toi5 case. I feller Into Cleveland Society.  d coninii.-^sam will undertake to;; rjeveiand. Marcl. Eriima  .•!<ceriain as ioon a:i prticiicAtl^ the ; Saunders Cunimir.?is. John D. Rovke-  fal-t-i cLnfc^rnlng this affair : ffliier W first'swof'-rheart ai-i th» woin t'.at it -Ali: ly j,o>i;:bleto act iti ^trxcil^^ vf-siss ueo. introdar-d hia.  f.>cor'u:n:" v. Hi: xh>' law. At the ; jajg Clevt-iand soviety. w.i^ rej-ortcJ  ti:r.e I tho hoLor to infoni^ you , „^ar doath at her iJl. I-o^ii- 1-ome. ac-  that the at Chi^nr/nua • ^^j^dine to word receivd bv Cleve--  l ave rf'^viv.vi rr i'rs already t,.^ . land rt-latives.  r-v.-ry5iiir:j: il.oir po'A^r to ioca"o : Younir Rarkefeller and the .trirl met  Tt.ese in t«m were foiiowed by a horde of reporieri. Theo the batile of securin« ball players for organized bus^ebaH iw^gaa wiiri not a Federai lf;ad;iier in pÌKht. Each club owner se-lerted the p'.ayer lì e TR ai^ af;er and •iooD was in conference.  Battle to Sscure Player«. Joseph J. l^unin straciìt Tri:» Speak' T, Ban Johnson iaad 3?ani Oravford Walter t^e^ertmi: in a corner. Charlie Ebbetts talk'-iS wiih Dick Egan and W. F- Baker and Mike I>oo-an wvr»^ m earnesi canfab. Mean-AhilP. ihM hortie of Fcdoral k-aqiie -»nìiisarie- cooìed tì:e;r heel.« outside !he Cimari! «wks and" av;aRed a ■-brine-.' tv? prisenl tLeir std« of the -■ase,  -la..or<ier to ta';«» ào^chances of tlie pìavi^rii be:t:g s<pir;tvd awày'thpf new a corps oi privato d»^-liTCtivifi to -Aaicb and foilow «acri man. Min^r iìrown, Kìeor^v Sto\al!. Larrs ais-I oibi^rs eoncvrntjrt  London, March T.—The American wotnan Whose dogs r ene seised here Thursday ;aigbt because ttiey bad tiesa smugglod »rov«s..to JAIss KmtUe Bu«by Qrfssby. a pttAt%e of the late Charle® T. Yerke». who left a collection of jewelry worth J800.0«><» and pictures and objects of art valued at many thousands more, in addition to the mansion on Park avenue, which he bequeathed to her. The two doifs are Japanese spaniels,' weighing 24 and three pounds» resp^Hitiveiy. One of them Is valued at |3.0i)(»*and the other at a fomewhat less stns.  Tho discovery of the dogs was made at Folkestone by the merest accident af they are so small they wiere harrlly observed.  - Mifw ¿iwytlgiw! sfti(!«a  she wa? arrested by the customs officer on her arrival In Tx)ndon. Th* latter notified Scotland Yard and tnc entire party went to Bow po-  lirA «-o^irt in MiPB OriasbyV maeniflrenl VnJoUKire. T>'hich was awaiting h^^r ar rival. Th^ df"'.;? wer«* plao^d •enMon at quarantine and bv permitted to '«ton! h<--r ri-wr> veterinarv surgeon th&re. - She not detained. ■  Mr. Eiaaeh."  Wjtnesses.^Saw Vergara Execated.  Tht- luii.: ■ tone of this note r^ ii^- furîher indication îLat Car-ranea inîinds, as far as poí^-fibí-?: îo vrv'serxe tbe auitue ne asiunitd whfn ia-' VNtí.k he iníorrnea .Sírcreiary 1 ' î j an-*t hat ¡U; ^ t h.«? ' íirí t ' ch U' f af ! tie  ; at the Euclid Avf.-niie churcM.  ! The girl inviiod him th !i>ir home ; and introdiicpd the future oil king to her friends.  Battleship Thief Still Uncaught.  Waíihíngton, March 7.—A court of inijuiry which-investigated tiie thefts  ^vith the "Fórií^raí»: each took a player or t'-A-o 'Aith -ir/rírtietisías^ to rrrsntheTn a? a.^ pnasibît- to the Knick' r-  bock»T ho!'-!. î-t> í^residt'Ut (iii-  îiiore had f-iiablisli.HÎ an offic»^ for the (lii> v.\'-h a Ii,seii with thou  sand (ioíiar Ì'T;?"'-  ' Into the >an<st3aí werp usht red later in the day a stream of iini=iuned players ÎO its!»>n to the tsies oí tht< n^'w Eídorrítío of ba.-;eb.în. Only Sani Craw-ford, upon who:» î.î:e Federals pinned th»>ir fai^h o? g-ntini;. rofusi d to Usîeu fo Their tint' <tf T^r.sfn'': - - - . .  Tri- Sí-eakí-r ean'-T- to t^rrns ^'."'tli Prei=:(ìoriì J I-^irnin of the {Vcisì<ìn la>t for what i.=î í^aid  to .fr'-' !are»-<í salary ev^-r paid a ball -pîayvr r^nd n honM-> of «'aáh for •ïignins; his montrait. This an all-day b.;t;le bet'^ecn orgrini.'.ed baseball and th-f Fe-Jíral Uague ior the player's service.  Sam Crawford >is:ned up with his old emphiyer. Frarik N'-vin of D iroir. Ivy ^ViníeO and Lee Magee njad»-tf r'-"? V, :th the St. Loiii? Oardina!? nr.d  WEEKLY TRAD^ REVIEW  G. Dun A Co/s Report on Conditions of Business.  New York. March 7.—R. G- Dsm & 'o.'i review of trades aav-s:  Further !nternipiion to business jtnji ciinsed this week by th- grtatest s.':ovvstorm the eastern section oi the ctiitTJlry hnfl experienci^.l In a «iuartpr of a century.  The increase In pig iron production during February is Indicated by the .=^tctistirs compiled by the iron Aee which ^■how a total output :n the ; days of that month of l.eSS.S »-* toas^ a-i com.parod with l,SS5.«'r-4 ton? in ■Tannary. This is? at the ratv- of tonii a day agftinst a !i4mUar average ^f TJ'XSSO .toHK.in »he rarlii^r*period.  Advice.s from the Pittsburg di-'Tncr that whlli» no pronoJinc<--fi In cr» £i^e Jn new business has oceurr»;-!  if"-ia -lmprnving --i2l)?tanti3l railroad contract> are re--pmed. The d«'iiiand for' crude it eel i5i broadening and pncourageuient  Ills home fa West Swlei» towaalt}^ «lid with 11.73$ la Mils of Ktntll ét-notatif»ttdik míMa from hi* neighbors discovered James Logan, aged 70, a bachelor. Several hours later he was r««tot«d to conscioo«-oe«s. Efforts to have hitn removed to a hospital were s|>urn«d by s brother, who Uves, nesrby. County oflNdsis  were unable to have him p«y for ahy-  - - ------  Ix>kaii has been liTtag the life of a henait for some yearn. Ills home wa« '% small »hack, poorly furnished. Despite his money and the fact that he o*-as several big farms, the man re« fused to spend a penny of his boarded fortune for fuel, edible« or a phy-fticlan. Neighbors failing to see the man about his piñéml^é» since the big sçowstorro decided to fnrestîgate.  Fpon entering the home they dis-,covered the hennit lying unconscious. When re'itonitives had brought him to his senses the neighbors sufgested his rienu}.v.aL to. s. .ho«i|at*l. Th« . hermit fought against auch a move.  SNOW imps C50PS  Prevent« Frost From Going Far Into ground.  liarrisburg. iîarch 7.—rThe heavy snoKs at the last few weeks will mean much to the wheat crop this year and crops generally, according to Deputy S oreiary of Agriculture A. L, Martin. ■  • In many portion« of the Plate the »heat fields havt^ been covered with «now sincí» the beginning of the year." paid Mr. Martin.  Where the wheat is visible. U is \erv grettt and in good condition. The snow .a have prevented the frost fioio Koing far into the ground, so that vheii njIM weather comes the grouOQ  home. 497 Piyt«o«t& Sofath,  that city, after » I«« days Ûlwpm.  Dr. ölbley was bom in Cuba te ííiCd and ftiate to this dty t» and took th« practice of . dentist: ry. He was prominent in Masonic circles. .Me was a past master of Corinthian Temple IxidJlee. F. and A. M^ a past cotamsiider of Cyieoe Commander?. Knlights Tenri)iar; a  Ottf  Eplsfo^l «bttrcl» sfitiM Difttrie^, th«t John Tiirnw. meárnti^- i» hte wife « UneavLle, f^., in Acemdine to th* mmr trtíít attmwy. Tamer, wfeè" rery Hi- summoned fh«; Cook to his home and told whiiet t^e Tiimerii Jived  paW ihônartfB of TJHIä  Veiled Proirfiets of the EncJuinted Realm : an officer of ìtataA^cm Ten:  pie. Kofaies of the My»tic Shrtne; a The jufi' held thaf Mn,.  naember of Ionic Chaptw. R. A. th»^ r«^niit of a tall. Th«  Îîcr t Ktnh.. H« tra»" tií^J rrim** fit >îeadvîfîe. but wm  and Doric Council, Rochester Consistory. «and wa» a ptast grand i^te« -ard of the Grand liodge of Masons of New York.  Dr iJibley was -a tiwnib^fr, -of the tìtate Dental Society and of Seventh District Dental , Society. He leave.-i hi.s wife, a daughter. Ruth Sibley; his riiocber, and a sisiler, Panny ^ibiey-r-Rochester Democrat.  BANK ^ BURGALRY IN GENESEO,  Yegg« Enter the Gene'ceo Valley National, b«t Oet No Money.  were notifií»ril Sion.  of the «lle|$«d  AN INQUIRY INTO  INDUSTRIAL «tTÛATfÔH^t^  ___ ■ .  Mí?' A«»oc|iBií«d Pre««» „Wash insten, .^tlarefe.. Ing iBf|u'; >• iîîto practic'siiy «II |iàiise«t of aîtaatlon üt fM»-  countîuja^vìew of ïknV" ri-'-u"«vnM'n»làtio»s w will  Feder rù  íílcn »■<• Chair will : trial í Isît or  ttttderta*«»' kfm»,, J/p' TAi^triûi Relatlo«« Ci^»«»'' vv.î-tro'J today ■ .-ùlHh. Pî^Wîc . ^^fOM^. ^ ' ;a the ìirìntàpài tûàm- ■ beginning proimbty and eontinains ËhnMqglK  Ooneseo. X. Y.. March —A ftoisch of tobacco was the only fruit of last  i^ighl « burglary of the Genesee ValK^f'^* ^^ surnmer. ^  National Bank here. Several yegg^ i  forced a back window in the i»aak; - MORE GRAFT TESTIMONY jui«t before daylight and entered the; ———  building. i PTmn\  They would have had to explode 1 Match 7.—i>i,ilr:st Attm^ , •  three charges before they could have ? Atexandw «aid today that nexfc »e«lt Tcachel any valuables and they either ^^^ probably taM^ np  r-ere frightened awav bv persons pass-i ®^"^*^ ^^^ tesuniony siduc«d «t ing on the street or else the Job oV A:, onr. ^ .;  reaching the money was too raorh for ^^^^ resnldig fT«m letting,  them, as they therei;>on left. The lat-*-^^ of 31S hishW , ;;  is thought more probable, as.«^»^^ ^^ they did not decamp hurriedly. hav-| nusaion Jn ^^^  Tnor'vmoi.«!lure Than If acting uken an their tools with them, " amount «»tteniei  frost wa« deeper. The outlook is good ''^Kltprints back of the postofiBce  en thiMu î'tree milllotî»  -or crop^ of all kinds this year. Wljile ¡ .showed they had meditated but finally t  derivv'ti ironi thf volumi» of ¿peoirlca -'ons in fìnì.'ihed prodtict«;.  The \olimie of pales in n-.t ijiiite so larice as rccentiy 'n a ii^Mieral way biis:nei5>i continue--sood.  Kii-adlno-s.«; pervails in the ni^arS*';.'! for men-s Wf^ar and ne-trly aT1 uroduei.s are advanring. y:;ni spinners aro wcll sn-ppifi'd whi-. businc-E, and .sillcs..ar4> -in. {  Comnit-rrial faihjro.c this wp^^k In ' the l'n!tf>^ii tituTop aro against ; last wer-k.  îherç> has been ?ome excessively cold wi-aiher. so far as I hav»- heard there ha^ !rt>en no damage to the fruit treeî«."  CALL FOR BANK R®»Oinr  iia  STARVING. KILLS HUSBAND  Confesses She SHpt Ri^no After He Refused~Food For Her and Their Children. '  Hartford, Conn.. Miirch 7. ~ Long; i-.iit of work, hii wife and flve Children ¿tarviag. yet with ^ewed in his-  riothmg. Luciano Ruffino. was shot ■ nd kiJIed by his wife at bis home in New Britain. Later , she surrendered •o the polioe and. after telling of the «hooting said she thanked (iod'feer lujsband was dead.  Th" couple came to .-Vmerica eight ♦earfr ago. and their youngest child is one vi-ar oid. For weeks Ruliino, it is alleged, had abuse4 his wife, who, .-ho-Atd Kjany bruises on her face and This wvek aft^r allqwing^her.. EO^ food, no to?d her to go back  abandoned an attack on I'ncle Sam's  funds., . ' . ' . . • I . ■ —^—................  The only clue so fac unearthed i« '' -iated Press^  that five or six strangers wer^ in! ^^^^^^^. arch V  FoUV jewelry .store looking about Currency lo.ay called foe a «tei^. fore clo..inc time last nicht. Over ^^^ condition of alON»tte»al  dozen cottages have been barglarized  at Conesus^ hike~dart«ir tb^  davfi. and it ír tJionght that the' creahts m.ny have come here from thn lake.  "SPIRITED DEBATE PROMISED  Washington, March 7.—There pvery pros[>ect that the eeneraJ itub ject of protection for Atuerican citi-z^^ns and foreigners :n Mexico will be the occasion of a sr^irited debate In the Senate .Monday. Sbiteiy^ ranking as, a menrber of the Foreign Relations Conuniite«^. who lias been in  í>aBiks of t;se liniied States at a*«.  IS  ■Ith.  wsm.  ♦TEDDYT IS GHANDFATIimiL  ----iBy As^Kdatod 'S-'Z  , .. .. -- • .. _  New York; March 7.-rA_ jmA wm, 'l i  born to 5îrs. Richard Derby, who ws»» Ethel Roosevelt. Mother aad doing w^U. The yoiin^ster.  e i i^e-ven and a half pounds.  CANADIAN SENATOR DEAO.  I By AsMvciatiwi Press.li Toronto: .Mar. 7.—Sir WQIiam Re»«. >i?Qator of the Dominion and foraierty Olos«. touch with tóe State DepartíBestU-rémier <>f tlje province of Oatarf«. Will uphold the admiaii^tratios':« txilicy.i ,,, H^ «  would -tiviiv j "Ahich'orc'uï'reii "on the baîi'.'-^hii»-New  of.-thf- Unite l, States, to ,aci on b-.-haîf of Cri-at Britain, and other för-í lt-n nation.«; >ia\:n.g int»Te^'ts la Nu/ih-. iTU Me.^lco. , ■ ■ . ■ -  Mr. iir>jai iuioraivd Govemcr Col-ííh tí af T^-Xwii. Vi ho is bîTït-  io oì-:,ìÌn tht appre^.-ensfon  Jvr^f^y. iinw at Bo.ston navy yard. hii:i eomvleted its work witfioui: asci-rtaja-■jnj: The id-»-'!iiity of the gnUiy rarty-. It did -/¡nd.,, however, that Ensiiin i^Tephr-n iJohinscn.' whose nanivv -hatl be-^n connvcu-d with the thefts, was iniiocui't.  STOP OHIO MINE WORK  ___<_________  Coal Men Cease Operations Because of Labor Condition».  ZaiievilU-«. i.)., March 7.—Bei-aufCi oi till,- inK't'rtamty of Lsbor and opt-.'-ai-Ui  sîaiy oí" starve.  Yesterday moriung as he was dress-ng-he.again told his wife to kiU her-.-'^îf. Mrs Ruffino iiaid. She thí'n c-sbb'^d hii r.»voiv.>r and Fhot him. ■ -hf- confeiííed Wi.t^o relatives of iRufPano heard of hi«* death they vow-j ed they wo?i!d be avenged.  Churches to Discuss Liquor Bill.  oiuidiîion.^, i)u- firaniier nuní» o; îh-^ | Aibany, March 7.-~The ogtioaaA J^ i'au-.\mer;can Coal company at il^i'Si-I cal iirt>hìbìtio£i liquor bill, now be-.-tiijîiî of tiiis fM'ty, chtSiHÎ yf s-t>r-? Htrí- the oxciî-t? committee oí the, as-Mike JPookin did the s^me with tîiej .LIlV, aud.all pUnu-* of tise. coiiiixiav. i-^r discussed  Phiiíie?. Waiter L^^vr-rr-ris" " a": bv.Miin;,^ a mine ou Turkey R'vu. nrur ■ in Lhti puîpits. of churches throügiiout-  contract to p::cr: for tho St. ; wjH be .«topped. '' ' ; the enHro .stale on Sunday, March, 15.  Loui.- Progni;. „ f, „Tî'e ìatl^^j- mint..' when opened ' i^'.vo.'-uing to the annoancement made  Dick cisión-  Kein could not r<?ach a -dr-wlîh ;,i::.;cîf wht'îher to so  woiiUl iuiv»»'bé"eu the'largfsî {ri C'-níral i by William H. Anderson, - state super-Olilo. The t'i'.iïipîiifnt•• \voiiid ì"ì»>ndent of the Anti-Saloon l^eague.  wiiii Hr.íoklyn. h-; h^ìd pro'iii>yd ; an investment-'of and,. A swetiPAnir cha?I«r'niie_.was_ issued by.  Kbbott.^i hf '"wu'.:lî r.jriier in the i-J car«^ or inachuu-ry art- now oa îL«- Anderson to Colonel Jacob H.  t'ay. or îeap to the Fe-lorals. St^ne | i;r{>i!r.ii<(. ! Kuppt rî, .Ir. pre^idt-nî nf tîîe Ne«  thg- made n^opsary ! York Stato Brew^'rs" tu-goclatiop, and  PREMIER DICTIONARY-  COUPON  f*resen ted by 1 he DAILY REPORTER. MARCH 7th Sir conseculive coupons secure the Dicdon^uy  L.----------  Cut out the above Coqp<m*etH3 five others of'coase«ttiv« dates, ac4 brinti or sec4 ilaesi to tlwo dfttoft of tibi« pspta^ -with your proportion of f!» yssie*«! 4&tr3>at!ott espensc, a« iiuScated dioice «f. biadinf, srkk^ i« Ut*  tended to covctr co«eof exprc«« hraaaligictocy, wnpfingdMclc» ing» cleric jur^ sad iMmAitnfe-aawi «<i««CTitt ypgr  The $4.00 Genuine Lûnp Leääi^  Decsdxd^ the Utest «sd hsndsostest ^ttine fieacS&Ii^asp Leather IHctionazy ever Cover  " 'Oiilrfhriâiait 'ËKiMIIHi'  lÎK' open and --icrìt-ì to play in thf^h'ùciìnae of flit- «.-ijimmI unse'tU-î eon -'he entir«' brewers' association, for a >ouni; Th.-ifí i? thn ^um toî-t! î .Htion in íiíiío. <-:uiïifd bv ".h.-ííu dí^caííiun oí the merits of thè  of thf> <!ayv -cratnb'o for '-f Itr^.--, i\\ir'v.-¿. tiu^ [irt^^ent , biU. Hv oíUTvd to meet an> lawyer  ¡."Livers' service :h:it the .aaine fvrr ; tr:ifit»n." «^aid .Mr.  has known, } ----------------------------  P.-. ,<H!"ar .Gilnior^ -roiild not make • Ecuadoran Town Held by RebeJs.  a statesnfii?. but chTs oi his c-o- ; Washui^ton. Man-Ij 7.-  .-liorts in^ii^ted tha» F.-ran. Doolan and'i stiH'uuld tlu- touii of  rerhap.5 Wir-^o and Mage«' aiisht yet ! Jf'curdiny to a-dviOf-i r.-bo hired a-,\av.  in .\meris.-A  ' «re.  i a defence of the laeas-  Speaker Could Fix Own Salary.  The attack conivred upon .Speaker wiio ua> bH'ily v.:int»-d to man-.me the i'.rooklyn F»-d-rali. Fresidi-nt Lan-nin novvr had the player, having rurc'h.-.ft'd the flub the hist sea*  ion ckwed- lie was introduced on the Luaiiaai&'a deck by Ban- Johnsuui and the Bcsiou president said: " "We want you in Boston. Mr. Speaker. You may see just how badly we «-aiit you when 1 offer you a bUnk contract. You may fill ip yo^r Qwa salar^x. witiiout restrictions."  Speaker Bushed at the unexpected hut said be would not put his  and talKed with th© Federals. This .did at ' the îfoltl JEatekerbocker. Wfimy msm^nt áí»|, btodishme^t  h i^lfeat tè© -w^l U m^  If.  .viv^'d al the ^îtaïf (i<.'ijan:n.-i.t. ¡•<nrwal of the oitort oí t.\< s: I'.-'-iv î-.ent forcc-í! to take 'Ji^ towr. bv ;..¡,rtí inu t^^;o^^ fiuji» .«liip^ ii- n-j.-'.'iî-d ît. riaví» asíain r»-'-iJÎU'd in failu-»' í'Tí-j i em Pia^a i.'î \,vith hi.-^ i'orcf.-^ in ield n.s:;sin-i ihe r.-bf5>-  WEATHER EVEÍ.VW'HERE.  Observations weather bureau fcsterday folio w:  New York____  Albany .......  Atlantic City . ""BOS'dir - :T::rr.-.  Buffalo ........  Chicago ......  ,Sl Louis......  'Orleans-^.jWa^ingtffli  of United States takon at S p. m.  -Tenu Wf^àther .... 03 Snoìr .. .. ."ÎO Saow^ ---- "2 Snow  Eckert Will Is Set Aside.  Ne-A Yo.' k. March 7 --Tht< verdict a ;v:r>' i^ftting asidì» the will of .«c ■ T: oîî'tt^ T. r>kerî, funiîur  p: iî-o \Ve--.îf::i I'tjîcu Tele-:: avh vrmir.ny. uu îhr ground of un-iP.fîûx no«^ bv Gt-ru-raî Ef-kert s, -ou, T Kí-kert, Jr..  a:;:r!í\í:'ii ni.,4n.r¡:íu;.-^ly by the ap-' l.-'lìai*--' or tï-.*- tuprente court  l"nci-T the det'ii-on -Eck-  'r-. îhï"- -Noa vvho sued to brvak ihñ will. '»Hviny h:in uns> .55''.»'<."i out-ìngìit and a tr-uit iv.nd ' of ^yili get half the estate.  Snow  32 Cloudy  33 Snow  I Saloons-Doomed. Havi: Bargain Sales.  I Wheeling. W. Va . March 7.—Though Yoitt law, closing the saloons of ; West Virginia, does not become effec-itiv« until June 3C», bargain sales-in  I -i i<j uor" "at mVo y' h a s"" W'^n "ft a ri ed -" CoirT-" iais5ioner_.iiiUi' ban ruird thai all dealers must be rid of their stock by June ,©f-tbe--siaiooas of this city ^bear plaejrds in their windows; "Bargain^-Today.,"  i ' . •• • ----r-—^  There is a rem^kaMe interest  in Home Baking ar^ Cooking throöghout the^ ---------------------  This 4s a ciost encc raging in-^ dication that the bs: ^ against impure, improper foo^ is going to be won. ,  The credit for the victory will belong to the women of the country.  Home cooking has the backing of science and the approrol of fasMon. It adds to housekeeping a pride; to our foo4heaIthftilness. „  It is acknowledged by experts» and by the w know,  that~the^'best rcooMn^M world to-day is with the aid of Royal Baking Powder»  Hi-  ■.—  t  i J   

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