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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 9, 1914, Wellsville, New York                                 .f > ' / ¿  m i  Vtrgara Wa» Hot Only th«t But Wa Bumctf títd OtheriÉrit« Tortured «ind Hic Body ytftm Mun« on Hiffh a« m Warning—Tenait« Ware Well Drill, cd and Armed and Ready For Any Emergency^  Laredo, Tes,. Marcb Tewm rangers. tirfHl of waiting for president Wilson aod Swreary Bryaa to act, toçk the bit in their teeth yesterday, crossed the Hio Grande into Mexico, and Ans «P the body of Ciemenl Ver-Kara, who was executed by federal >old.ers . W tiajs ago- Thé.-,Texaa>i acîwl under orders from Governor t'olquitt.  1 i.t federáis had said that Vergara. who wks caught w>on after he crossed thi.' îine iiito Mtxico, had «'■scaped. C.eneral Huena said oiScialiy at Mex-it.a Ciiy Uie Am«rkrah had beea arrf'ind bat got away. The finding «f h'ts botl> proves the falsity of these r»'prf'svntaskins. Vergara was not otili £ oi, b'vit was burned and otber-■R'ise ?ortîircd and h:s body is-as hung on hiah as a  Appea!ed Repeatedly to Washington.  Wi.en- ry'iOr;« reoiched San Antonio tbuv ' itic bjs« and  hituuid aa Aîîîf riCdn. Governor Col-Qiuu uppeak'd rifr*atediy to Washins to.i aad got GO ss.tiriaetory answer. . i!,aii> he afkoti Setrvtary üry.»n Aha; rîglîi wouiii have to send a boüy ot liu-r, lat^ï v:ci> to find Ver-yitra.  "Vuu ^vould have no riqht, vrfcatso-evvr. iioan'è axiS'Aer,  Uo'iiirr.t.ir .-.'.itl .off as long as He could rt's:ra,-n h»s i.i.'i>p«e, hut a^ 'ir.yi aüd nathing u'as  ihf'lr fehit.s '¿rvw tivyiind botiaas. hyî:d:i-HÎ oí îs-^^ni. ü^arilv anj-K'.j zTiv] I fífarí-tí ío racist au> feü-\Xií. ur ra-ísf-i 'forct- Ihfv niíuiht meft. niarci-.cd .v-rísjs b»ní»r y^-Merday líPii ít- th*:- -Jih're their mform-  íü'.d Th-n; t'io bírvJy of Versara h»t»rf by cnurriabíe  r.atTT--= á" i-ji t h^.iüi' FwayíDE ín  -••e 'Atad- Ur  Tbí- nirs-v r? iict: up tr:e body but came r.en-^ of îh^ ninnU-rers  c-Híj íí» íhrouph thP  ti?.Tr.ory -vî^hotiî hinürarce. 'hrnr-ç''r íí'-t- î-ai-'k Larfdo Insi  irgh:-ahd tLè u'.ír.ds o? ifce pei.>plp •A- Vi' jnflarried to a zr^^at desrice ihí^y 5ookní '.ir,-on :i aiai! saw th»^ »o -t^'.vch il hiid bt-fn suh-i " -îî horrible i-'ate un-i 'ook- il t-i-i in thp-'iiamü.'  «vrerwhc^lmin« «ontiment -et- the zens of hi« state.  News of the rantt'Ti«* {nva.«!on ha? aroused all Texas tmd many pan.* they are c;ilHnj; for further reparatio-from the federa! grverr,tnent for th^^ kilHng of Vergara.  It is expected that fio^pmor Cn.' qiiftf will noiifv the presid<pat of the action he has taken.  Martli  ItlUr #<IC imrnr ' nmln, maatot north and south  wllffli $Zu MlkuC titider the Fifth ar«nne fta^iiuiU broke ' at tha intfraeetiOfñ of Broadway, ^Zd  oaomlo^ leavfiBH tb bole tit« the hlg 'maUi aaA^lde <M^asla to mà-mit four or flire aatall boys wallda^ abreast. .  For a ^hort time the w«cr tore ti» earth to the west of th«' break wttb* out disturbing the pairMaeat and smashed into the  sewer rannfiijii west through 2Sd street. Kext ta» trem-endons presure. of the underpvniid floodiftore Into the »ew sub  way excavation íes» than two dd^a feet east of the break and fllléd the subway.  Finally, wltk streets and -sidewalka  fnpflesitMtiprSpan. BFFiCERS ittïE SlttRP FI6IÍT  DECLARES FOR PHOHieiTiON  Villa Say» All Territory Taken Shall Be Void of Saloons.  El Paso. Marcii i».—Juarez has re ceived official notification of an edlci by Pancho Villa, declaring that the territory which he capturei; .hereait»?r. together with that he now holds wii: be* operated as prohibition territory and Uiat all saloons mmx. be c!o?v^i This edict was not leame^I until'Villa'ii operation of the Chihuahua brewery proved a faiiure. The edict will no! apply to Juarez, where foresters a heavy license to operate saloons ar.-i-gaoibling houses for the diversion of American tourists.  . Villa'p failure to make a succesis of his brewery operations became p'jhlic ■inoftledge at the i?ame time that u becomes known that his efforts to manufacture hia own shrapnel and to build an armored autoniobile for \ ope.ration a^ain the . ftidi^rsl.'s weri* failures.  His early nroclaimed successful sis oialistic govorntnent, im hidicc ihe es tablishment of a state b:"i.nk. has fs-il ed to succeed with time, as it did at  the brginuin^. The slate bank fcs^ not opened and the renerai re.sufr.?-tion of industrial acti^iti»-.-; taken place.  The -A.roerioap Sir.oit.ug ài Retlutr.j. aiiys rimi is at i  huahua.liHt tht' b'tr uiinei; tLa,t  One H»ndr«d of th« Hungriest Onem-ployvtf Were Taken to Lunch Room ntd Fedi and Afterward Given Bed* at Salvation Army Hotel on the Bowery—Enough Money Left For Breakfast.  New York. March 9.—The bitter cry ot the I. W. W. has been heard and they are prospering, tiiank you. Thanks to lw.o Protestant Episcopal Bsiisiítéra they dined last night In a regular restaurant and sleyt between ir« sh íhftt;!» uj. v hit«; »niamiíled Jtied».  The two clergymen, Dr. Percy Stickney Grant of the Church of the .\5C»^cs|oa snd the Uev, Edward 11. S<i3ìu!er. %íci>r of St. Luke's chapel, . r.aiiy parish, pave $2.> apiece. This larstsse made it unnecessary tue «aeiupiojed men who gather-Ly ihir ioujitain in Rálg^^s Square Piis^l night, to he.-tese any church for . an.j b'janl. After hyinj; Rallated ii^. oratory in the park. lit«.i of thè wer»» ziherhertie»! into IJern-dairy ?unch room, 16i> Broad--A-ay. acrossjs the sstreet from the foun-:ain. B^rakonflf sacriiiced a hundred f n:ckles and gave th«- rat-n his regular | : • cer.t d nner Cor I'» cent'«  F'ron) the i»»5tr.iirani tise in*) marchiai ov<»r TO the Salvation .Array's hot«>l -I'S Ro-wery and intii bed.s paid for cf tht=' cUrgi Vmn^' It was  ; ró-rnsi-ed thst thiT»» \vo\i5d be e^ou^h money ifit for breakfast in the morn-ms,-  I-eadpr llairilton «aid that Dr. Grant  'a ? '.srorji^efi lo "do stoini-'thine more" for tbf- Ì. \V. W. Tatrr fn the wepk. but not -ü'jrt' That thvy wouM be at-li»v.ei »o f-li'tH' in ;hf> rhisrrh' of .the AíXír.íion. Tìi€ire Ls r-rs-nn''«? of a í-h'-í^-h for X"tiv:>rrvi,v tfae le^i^der  -aid.  Suffrasettes of Both Sax«« Had . »Is With Which TItey Attacked the Pelice, but Were Seattereif and Miss Patterson and Several Others Were Arreirt«tf—King ftefusea to Talk With Mrs. Pankhurst.  l4»a4on. March f.—-it was a tor»> gone ooadasioB that Ktnir QeotM» waoM ^Bot Mrs. ikain«Ilne  Pankhorst and a depatatiasi of iromea wbo wanted to talk wttli lilio about to® alleged tortures to whic-h certain flooded and "waier pourio'i? ' imo twttttaia been suV  *:i mà tÈmu^rn^'^mm lieo mi^u ÉrnmmM m mà'M  murder in Atlanta.  itodiemn WxamsaKltm^ to •oòm tranatlantie «ére»:»ìàii« atteniiM» tf foaL - ^  Sttrof««» dlpIomaUtft «»ya perssA^ d<Mit'« free toils rè|M>ai meaà««« 1« lo el«9ur vraar for^acUon in Mtaiea* iBdapéad«»! tobacco mes vai cooSre«« tó pass the Utfderwood to tax tobacco «Core coupon». Miss Alma A. Jobnson of PlafoSeld.  «mcie's  estate If she weda within a'year.  American Thread cotnraxiy of WHII-mantlc. Ck»nn.. «s aign et prospcfri^ under new uriff. jcrantR pensiona to 13 old employ«s.  Secretary wi]«att remod«!« fo®i price rciwrt system whcn ertile sbowa htm that wages bare kepi pace wtth tbe coft of Urinjt  jeeted while in jail.  This has been verifled b/ a tonnal reply which sho has received from Home Se^rretary McKenna, who in ac-cord,.ace with the constitutional routine' in regard to a petition reached Mr. srcKenha through his secretary. Secretary McKenna sitates briefly that he "regets tlikt he has. been unabif to advise his majesty to comply with the request for an Inter-■Tiew."  wrote Another Letter to King.  WILL RAfO OLD LEAGUES  Gi!ma<^ Announced That Federal Managers Would Secure All Contract Jumpers PossibSe. N'c^a Vo!'!-:. Mar-^h 3.—Pres3d» nt Oil tr.or»- of i F «'-rrv! .inr,o5ini"tf:l  in That u.a'j-a^ers of all the  Fi^-i^^'-^l rn';st irtvad»? '.he major  ara all th*- rontraot  junjpera V«'ord ^.ass >et\i all  a^ouc Krrii-. iiihnare i:;v¡ni: s? an (f-xr'i.-e th- faiiiirt' oi Caieb»^r KiHifpr rif Pi-.ila-ielph-ia to report '.o him.  lars. a series of gas expio&ioay oesran at 1J;I0 o'clock In tn*» nsomtng and liontinued at Intervals until !»ho«ly befcre 1 o'clock.  As a result thotisands« of dollars' worth of plate síastfi T,-pr*» Moi^n rnt of hulldlnirs: Broadway iramc of ail kinds was stopped all day and nisht; traffic in 2.'?d street wqs shut off and the new subway wjw filled with water from th*» bottom to the pavi^m^nt.  A trolley car was banged í=o badly that nine paí:.-!*>ngprs bad to be treated by an amb'>!?nre Burcpon. 31rs, Fankhumt thereupon wrote áb-, A pyramid of flame?!. pc-rhatt«i !.=> feet !ot-«'r letter lo ihe king In which ane j í'rrnísa. inoun+nrt high in street forffc^ja; "We utteriy deny the consti-j three houris. Wires rf th«» Western tuuonal right of the ministers, wno i Fnlnn. thn ííoltne«. íhp E-líson and | not being elected by women are not I thf» Vnrk T^lerh-one company 1 le^too^ible for theto, to stand be-wrre disabled and nth«*r!iw-]cea..pors9lves and thti-throne and büPd'ncp. UichMinc th*» Flaliron. wp'e ? prt-»ent irora having an audience without wa'er or CelTars wi-reiWith your majesty."' floírdí-d and the tenants or^lered fro»n Mrs Pankhurst adds: "In pursuance the buldines and th»» byildinss closed. ; of our undoubted constitutional rigbt  f to petition the sovereign ü» person" I «he* and other members of the Worn-I en's Social and Political Union "at a fílate shortly to be determined will i pr^ent mirsehf s .a^l^^ingham_pat_: r-ace~ferof clatoing sat {aodifaaaB." ' — t . Sylvia .pankhurst got .tired of . her Nmscurity in Bow road and went to i'TrafalRar sqijare-t»- address .-a-snffra-Jg'eite meeting. She was arrested ' alighted from a motor bus and is "now, !a.:.Holloway-:...-Jail.--This is the  NIGHT LIFE IN NEW YORK  îb.!î thry w.-ineîi s< k-ñs a' n>-n with --r. »! b'-xxi in .thoir vei::?,- c'esilili %.vait. Rrfiisad to Walt For Red Tape.  . . . Ktiiiif-r -slcuffi a contract \vith tlie  U^aiú.a^outh a.rp uGuUl .003 ^ «Pfr .zhezx^x^i^c^-b^n^r or  iiting wîfîî lìu:n:rc(I^ oí rúen, are s.î. i¡ ' - . .-- ' T^". . Ii. ,  clus-fd. a bii: dourct' <>! expvc:«^  revf-nu»' îuîî? not rcatt-riaii2t=-i am: it Is así^ertvd on tht» "border tïiai VtUa Is without futi,i;i 10 maintain his troops much and that there is much  i ilâ.ssatisfaction.  In riiihual.ua Ami^rican-^ sa.y there  î'^is acïi.'.n "Ht' rt'í'iHbf.l l!:è-a-Jvaiir' Kior.t-y h- had r-c-ceivv?;! -iiud re!urne<1 to rù^ì clnb thf FhHUri). j OrrartiZfd ba>*îba'î maintain that ■ Ki'lifírr'í oiri ronxm-rt hO'ìnd hìiri î»-/rat-i ;y ÎO the Phfíl'>¿! and bp v»as within in rejf-ciin^ the Fv-'if^ra!  I contract.  (,»i ci'ntiätials.  Thi- s tiîiîî.cn a new prob  for riirî.-G^Ptratîon.  TV" T'-.-^.in- r-.~J *h:iî íht''^ have a errìvf. thvy arp pr'-^  ,---.r.ij {o LìbUh.' h." rnriic-auorces of i't'ar-^ V'-'.U î;->î tri'-k Thrvy say j  is a rf-ign of suppressed ^terror, nM se much at open lawieHsne^s because cm the surface Villa is preserving tne I Tnt\ knt-T.- tLtir cüjatryir.a'n had f ^eace^tnU because .of fear of the [  n-îi-tî'rp-l Cini th*^;. v.-ou1(ì not j pî^p ihaf Vîiîa may takp -in ..at :i» tr.^- tape oS mienvi-? the line of conílscatión of prop.-r-y or r:« n.vî rtpr»--?.-i-tair.*.'- îht» crimearrest -of citi,;zeTis. ■ .  aiîfi cnmtRa^s Tiî^'j uere dtäll- t;-.- ■ —; .. » ■  . <i iidfl .i'rr. -i rarr;.--d ^-.jpphps | . \ - ----  Î rv.;'.r.it'c-;- 'or co.nîacî aìììì a con-Í • F. T.-Martin Dead.  iOTCr. . ■ I Albany. .\rarch i»:".Re!ati^ei? h^r.- cî ' to arpr-ar b-fop- tî-ie  . íc¿>. stanrts fc> ' i-Yederick ' To\^a.send Mártir;, brctïier ' - Mîîs Rî^îî-  -i í î-at E.uiííaoMon oí the laîe Bradit^v, Martin, ' of sí:v. b'U  '..r íi"^ fi.'.rVx ¿S. 11:4 raí i»* h iti n^ws y<.•At^^'.r^ìit.y. «f- d^th - is Jbpâ-"-'¿•'■^ an-i ' don Satursay night.  ♦ ' λ»- i^ -î-'t'î -par rttt% í'O! »"t »r ÎA , • ' ■ -  Mayor Permits -Tango and Cabaret Restaurants Open UfltU 2 A. M. New York. what ihe  pubiir and ih*^ rei?ian.'-arîî.'> niay «xperl from thiî n3a>or 'aï! T^-c^râii the nighî , 1 i> of îiu- cUy -Aas announced jeMt^r-da' .\ri:^7^^r~.\V(K^iií. the s ;  ï^eoretary. - |  Kv'try propt^rîy cor.duc-t îanso or cabarf»t rp.-îaurant uilî an alî nis'ifr -îirc n^e. l>ut it rnust turc oui iîs ^tiosts and its hgiUis at li a. ru. or the Ii,cenà« vvili be r' Vok'-l. \ of ail  niçhl licence wiil be srèaî^ to places wliirJi pri'fit oniy frotn thc' of  fi^ud and <!r.nk to nisht work^^rf;. Th»^» '.viiîch V. .'U bt=' kvpt on ail sucb îilact's. howi^vpr  Ario'.her îfitpri??Uriç: r^'t of the proirniru i;- his in'.-nrli^n to  5f3cíb fm»"» Sylvia has been arrested t:nd»--r «he provisions of the "cat and nu)u5e" act,  Tiiii suffragette meetmg was already going: on in Trafalgar square when sh.!» was arresiedv but.the detectives TiO'-'nciHi upon her so suddenly and she was rí-n:ovfMÍ so quickly that few of } íT fol!ow»^rs or her body guard o) amjy were aware of what  ArrericAn- GiH Scores Success.  Ro-e. March f".—M.na Ue.ici-i;. tht' i í'nc.-r oí Lt^ri'V. couni..v, -N'  ' Y.-^Siho' fro:u a  i >tâ.r's: tour ;r4 So'.stl; Vm'--r:c:i. I ;ier :ÌÌ tro ("'■^n-  I ï-tan.-'; îh»--^:--- ivit.ur ì.'.y nisht. { a h:t ati''- wa-Ñ encored reitoa'.t^'tì- • '  f-r 1 a. m.. iiMhr^ixi: t^e sale of Îî<iy-'>r -In hv)UrL>< win ?:op at that hour. Th» ' boîeîs won't i-'+n ail hlit'-.x í  th" major pro:^'?»'-'^ tn tri-.it the hotpla libtTaily.  T!'»' üiayor thut r^anîs trt _  givo fi? niî.olî lat ìU'ì»' a.- i.-» «consistent yrh decpn«"y and ïrt'-'d onler. -  Tbf îiiayor's pmsrani wa¿ .outlineil ; aît'T i^r-rrotary WooJ« had invf'?í1- ' ciiV'd thoronphîy the rec.t.a'jrants and niuht life sìt.':-tion.  ■WP^WP wWWWW I^PPipt  ------  ^HD^tft H* 'CÎiwNlIlll*'/ «d^ of tbo  téetjT* iHw  Ttûkjalmor mi^iiiWWfc^ lilotvr. a$éimM'â grfppeá m'iiié-Je» «T .0iái  ".y,":  t CAR CREW WAS RUDE  Utlnela Girl Sues Traction Company  - Flirted Wrth Her. EdwardsTllle, III., March Daisy ETulberg. 25 years old. of Granite CHy. filed suit againist tòe Alton, Granite & St. Louis Traction company for 120.000 damages which she alleges she soffer*Mt tS, vhen. she said;  car crew of the company Slrtetf with her scandalously and refused to leti ber off the car until It had gone four block beyond the  street where  she wanted to get off.  Tbe conductor, she alleged, sat down l»eside her and was rode ia .ltis Sirtaticsa. Tbe moiormao look ft np. md by reason of bis failure to stop the ear she had to walk through, tbe «now and suffered a breakdown.  CAIIT MAKE STATES ORy?  mitig M»m ^Im tlUluÀii^'j màâ t«ift  Alasita, to rtfttee Úmt €tf»aills(»  htieikismm*u teBtef tbe nortbemnwMt pfsint In Wim n»awarR> úf tlstf tmt», ItilL other iikaa tbat frown in tbe kre, rtjad m^ tliat tlw  imrcluia«<l l«y tUm at fm tbe «ootlimi fiarty of  eXpNfdltlOO, tUUl iMfNMB '  bits by ti» Ice Of the «rtfíf 1 Alarita «»aietii»« la  - aii.fetlw rnimmt -  ■ paper"ae*'.*(®Bt of' ïwir* fofttrrjeji. rather. At tbe we ba.ve lost a yntt «f tia*«îjttj worst, tbe Karlok ia gone, onr fquipiuent fthe mm ' aW enooght. 1 nt^ver looked ott «b»^ ditî4m as a rac«. lyiamüta» 4sr the r«^sion northwest rick lidaul abnsd of JS. may rat« h «p to ws. TbMsre^la «¡tíÉíi:!*» r r main work to do for "vñaSdBt «ne net «laQw and. Karlttk w w> m^m,' m'WM^^^' try to cany It out yewror aOi^ other y«sir. -  "I think I sfaali . ^  i»ötTtck ìsfeBd on the 3íary «ae^ làmt ' \ Kprlng. leariBjg th« Kî»rî«k te if «be jgsets ftw- î ito^ty mm aled thb» iríater i« look ttee icr«ió»é ' over. It urlìi l»e il» longwi «ltd .  ever nmde jf ! tío g»», bat ft iooisämsj to ine,':'  Cardinal  "Not In Christian Country/ Gibbon« Says.  New Orleans, March 9.—"Pwdiibi-Hon never will be eafore^ in a  {»lanned 1» tbe Wi^mmmm'^'té^'  Ijeditioa, bot at t&e re«|ii«st <a IPmeêst V.'^ Borden of C Anacía re»iii}QÍi^ ítP ! .. claim arM>*» tlte erplwer. lòw ■  »tated tL. t iu»« g «erataest Opinion t^ i «ií.ce Canada wm* Hi» coontïiy I» ha «£!Eplored tt  der tbe Ctañadkñ flag ññd. to .ia« fUttdue»  Christian country," said Cardinal Gibbons in a statement made public lier«.  "While I am an ardent advocate of [ fitting for the temperanei^, 1 am intultlrply persuad ed prohlblflpn .c^nnoi be enforced ia -iliis country, ' continued Cardinal Gib-bons. ...... -„ .  "It ji! calculated to make' hypocrites and lead to the manufacture of illicit whisky, repjlaciag the goc^ materia! with the bad, while at the ifaiae time robbing the goi?erament of the legitimate tax."  INTERIOR OF EmH  PANIC IN filîEXlCO CITY  "■ó'.VfáT for. ÎJrri coiintd''.'^  Trouble Caused ïjy.Lccal Financiers Opposed to Proposed Go^-ern -ment. Bank. . Mt\:ci) Mure.. —uorsl bunk  eri-, '.V .U' a "lì ••^■¡.''.'■-"•t.-i 10 Î 1 iiuv* nmient ouuk. c.ia.-t.'d  »•vf' f. ' a' 'AO-Tjan named Pat tèrsoli, -Ajin Tsaii conducting t¥e meiting.  poon infiirmed of Miss Pank-btsr^t'sj^rrc'ii! ansi she announced it to who promptly took on ith.-» i '^^cribc'd a^r of indignant fnrv i ^'ro«.«»arks"' and Mnrder-  i er?..** '  Suffragettes Attack Police. The crowd iraTe a cheer when Miss l^aakfiisrst called on thetii to follow hfr to Ddiwaing street lo make a pro-i-test against, the -arrest...of Sylvia, 'but. - U.I I'^citf. were ready and the mount-' held' tiie. procession up before  T-U-e^'en.enteredyWhitehall. - -The police ! began lo breiik up the processic>n and v fisrbtirvg- -started. ■ ' .■ - - ■  f - M-asy-s-alfra-gtsts of both ' sexes had ' c'ldic-Is which they attacked the o propoacJ thfre was a short, sharp  a passe ra i^uttoreon and several  la t  it was "iò" to: not ^f-ry bjc it soon scattered, at 345.  EXCHANGES SON FOR FIG  Mother Trades Boy Who Faces Ltf« Term For Murder.  Elk ton. ild., March 9.—^Jaines Pa,ra-way, lo years old, negro, who confe^ ed he struck the blow which killed James R Colemain, a Kent county December-i-wa» -ceavkrted-  PREMIER DICTIONARY-  COUP ON  fVesenied by IhcL DAILY EEPOETEE. MARCH 9tb Sir. consecutive coupon» secure the EHctionaiy  mi  Ji»v.r the Î-".in Irisitii"--?  I lì.- f f ^-ç.pc'e-. Thi< i:ri-  Ì * I'.x'x.n n.Tb Hor.c; Konq  Ì ars.! '.-.xnk. "Aì-ich '-ai^ hiîh.'-r-  4 'O busi-  i GeîÂv ■ ■ ■ - . . .  1 ------^ ■ ■ . - ■  i r-.lt-iì-.tit.Ktr ^MtL-rüj:-. I «t  i lilt quotauüu -AU..- i'  of iuy and aosci a; j «ífj. rAx^T^rd Car.-íon's doorstep on  The'gov« rnn^oiit 01.Î .i átate- ! still eBCumberea~ïry  frag^-îtes- -w-hp -located- thera-oîî Thursday and an^  • i'-naU- havt- i-vu takiug iiui'Tviitrr a,d ihaî th-y wnuîd remain'there  Chinese Sank to Invade London.  '^■'"'"V.*'^ iü^ei^i to úu> eiioct ihc '^ierj-^ ^■■¡{f^.^&t  an la London.. It v.-di prf-'- ' '  of Î:^»UÍI3S  ani »ant oí  Cut oat the nAtomti Cmtpdo and fxira otíbiÑs of cOnaccstii^ ' dates, acd hsing or «end tbem to tlm nSHt» of tiiis p<qMtr» ya«ir fmioartioB of tibe gesief^  indkateii «âsma^M^  mi, tíerit  Tiie^.qg  G^ume LkapLesiliiar  .. 98c  ' " ' j^i M wdkeis m '  Rspublicans Ga'n In Spain.  Ma:r !. M..rjh of rc.-t'T-îriy".-, r!■'ff-or.- ruen^beri? of ►l;'^ not d-'oiareil. It b'-'lîPVAd th»* H''r.ubl-.can< irtade c-a^ns ar.-.î th'-re ar^ ï^parts -ihej^-ha'yi î? sw-, pt evírjthínp TîîJ^r-i' rioUn-iï íit îSalîao snd C^ioa. and pr-r-i-^-'î-s were wnunîled <î,t Is said that a man was^ mì^ atÂîfeaet — ^------'  cret and r»  L'-.t' I.ÑP  v.iîilau.'' oî »Ik- i.ri'. tl^.l^ ¡i lo liìr. tri"-- iLe tl-fir Tí-.-í  T})is liu.'i forf'ò l.OUh cut of b'ìi-iO b i-'iK-; ur.'i  iìiii anù bi-ìhr.u .-xv-hv-.t.i;'' 'i | th. .uo.« «ît'-'ir.- '.t .I>:-irt'  ! UtKT- nvt-r '1.»' Lu-u.»".t.-'j.l  Í ;tîi--i reîaiu tîe ç-rorl'r^ La'-.--,  j Lt'retoîorv ■ ¡.r't-r.n^ ihir puckr^.-^  j <n" Vr^iií'h s  l'ht.- riüe m cr^cUviI.  bui>iut'ás to a 3ar..f Ur»e b.c  Frrur.h itiiu-« rr».  'jr.tîl had an Interview with the  n^rt^r leader in regard to his  - , - Í thaï »n ca«e of th^ estabiîsh-  ¡í -v-r' a' r''^ot-ì«ton:ì] government  f^p. »>.,■ i^» vote.  $«parated Twin Dies.  Mâaelline.  sa^K« t'wi'i,""' wiio-.*-a$ separated- lacst week frcm her ' sister, Suzane. by mesas. a d'elieate sujigioal opera-tloa, dtcil ye.jierday of convairiions, Saaaitft is riccrering rapidly from the ejects of ile operation and th© physi* cSsns ts every prospect of  Iter IrJsgr  TAHSO CBAZE PASSiNjS AWAY  Srstis"'» , Ds.ncers Discard It for One Steo. Etc.  Lorc'-ii, Marrb i»----The tango craz.e ii rupiiy J-. ;rsi:. and ^-ven the furfosi.s t. .\rr~;ic;-tn ehurchmen and  of first degree murtier and sentenced to ihiprisonntest for life in tBO Maryland penitentiary.  . Paraway's attorney tried to prove the boy Ls mentally deScifsnt. - -  In the testimony it developed that Paraway's mother, who cannot be found, traded him when he was a small boy to a farmer for a pig.  Expartmenrt« aà Yark«« _ So Indicai«.  Adrice» recel* ed ímm the Teclíeis -tíb-yerratory at WilHàma-that It ta rery f^obable tfeat Í3:» «at-!»eriments there will Tesnüt tat lions that Che earth's Interior Ut , Tbe ex{ieri&tent8 tfâve bee» coüi^BWt' ed for six moatbs nnder the dir^-tion of H, Gale, associaiie pgutmutìr «C Ubysílcs. Tbe univensity ta» «pfstq^* titeé $í0.€00 fur tbe digging; of «a mm and west ditcit 500 f«et i^otr MK-feset deep in wbicb waa piaàed « láit inch nftte cQgjalnlQg insrmaigpt» ^  ilÄ  " sí -.-.•17  »iea.HUre the tides. Tbe T^re an important part est tl^ mont tií detíTuiiiíB tbe esrtb'* ri^ii^ A secowLditcb rnnning ia itors^ -i-outb direction ba« bee« bei». The TÎrfrl»»s ihare tjeen earefttUy iwtcjE^dr^ that the water woald not ffe«8e.  g^siisiia  Late for School, Takea >*anson.  Philadelphia, March -Mary New, l4 years ohi. took a quantity of iíOíi?i>n because she was íonesome and late for school, ^he was taki-n to tbe Uai-vérsííy hospital and will recover. Mary's parents-are dead and-she was tak^J^from an orphan asylum by Mrs. Lydia Fields, geyeral- years'*Jigo. The girl frequently t^cacií» de-?pondt-'nt, feeling she wàs' a burden to' her fos-  The tmtrersitjr wlü bè-fietBi^ J Kt^eral œonth» to pnblkhb ttie of tbe exTieriœènts. bot lt.!» Màâ Éhxtít - e-««yen if ontiíide forces bat«?-M«« ««' the devicíÉf sufficiently;,to piace atìe-jooì!" the rvsnlî» In dt»«t»t ttïe reeìosd ìHK ' ' • '  a vahiîiîde contrìbiHioa lo thè amäjr ^ the enrlii's interior. ' ' "  ter mother."  BAD FiBE IN ST. iO«S  Three Men Dead and Score SeHoiaàyr Injured  »r;*--''As-fociated Presa,ì  Wì^m  ............  Use Pìg iron Brought f^m Canada.  Philadelphia, March 9.—Part o? the pig iron which R D. Wood ^ Co wil! cast into pipe in their 4 Italian aqueduct contract, will be brought from Canada. It i^so makes the first foreign made iroa of any amount to be contracted for to bf' Imported into the CaSed States under the new tariff. This, particular iron will come from Sydnt-y, Nova Scotta. ■< at-counted for.  ^ ^ i one-million. ,  i^now Í to he dead and dozens oí onSjegts ar» i»elieved to have humed tio  two score i^riously injured ia a ilre which early today tiie.;  ïicven story ^ïîî!sîíT^g or ïhe ISmisSÈg' " Aîî^sonri Athletic cîoi> and ¡  ^ar.k.  The exact number of dead ntaj' isot be known för se^-eral áajrs» Oro iräe«^ dred and thirty five were ««lástereá last nigUt. Of iliüi&e., thirty-five are The proííerty ìas» is  BHtiah Cniiaer Leave« For Brazil.  Kineston. Jamaica., March 9.—The British cruiser Rerwick-î^ft htf^e stîd-df?n\v for DtazLl.  .-iaraaritASÄ ' ^ '^'^îîoiin against trie dance caff up SatortlAly and, the. night  poiids stor*". do óiì.tr bîic cüP.c»=a;tí .wre ¿i^nt: ini.^ liquidation. La Sa:î.urititna w'.îi ¿t-nd back to FraiHN- ¡¡art of its vaiaabla stofck. ,  - - St'^i^i^ry nf tÎ!»-;. interior Alcocer  says the govfTîîirirTït aìierids ihâf thé hank shall be et to all the 'ïaws and régulât iotiii goveraing other banks. The books wil! be opela to the public at all times for an ïnve5î?:;ji-tion of the c.a.-h reserv«». Th< it.'vpra- ¡ .  ment is conñJent that the estatl'^h- = ^uxiag,  ment of the bank will bt* of benefit to the public. ^  ; , ^ . - . - .-. ... .......................  '.lub». iiSere 't raged furioysiy a few weeks ag»». .»i is feeing replaced by ..the-M&xixfe -and .bj- the iia-fler, .much' de-negrosf! dancea,-The one si-e.?!, turkey trot'and bunny  seme easier and more attr^tive rival than ihe'iaago iippears. Teachers of the tango, who ruled the- social uni-Ter5.& daring the winter and. earned : blf^er salaries Oian tne prime jniiv.  away under tne;  great •  WEATHER EVEK^-WHERE.  Observations weather -burt^ati festerdaj follow  of United States taken at S" p. m.  Weather  Observations weather -burt^ati festerdaj follow  of United States taken at S" p. m.  Weather     New York .... .        Clear      Albany ........    Si'    rioady          v;-^-----    —      Boston . ! w.,..        cTOïilSy      Bukaio .........              C.faicag^o i------    .. ss    Cloudy      St. Louis ______    .. 3S    Cloudy      "Sew Orleans ...    ì>2    Cìéar      ^Waahingtòn ____    S3-    Clear      PV îîadefphla ..    .Si    Clear     the 'Mak »t« »  In tiie' vault5 of  milJion ia __________________________—^  • arrived were  .iums^ng iron.! windo%vs ano!. climWog: ; down. imiTiìvìsei rope«. -HeroisaB Ijorderlng on tfee s.p^^rfammn was. <at~'. . iilbfted "t»oth. by ■ and ítueats, "  ERNEST W. CAWCROrr.  Jamestown Man Appoiwfced Ocf»«^ .State Treasurer.  (By Assiiciaîiïd Prassk'^ Alba»?-, March y.—The Stai» Tms-urer  tös,r»epaty. Sî&tft. appointment of -ï^rsost W. ^wtmit, «ât .ìàìEsefetown.  Sèi-  m  immm  m»m.   

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