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Portsmouth Daily Times (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Portsmouth, Ohio 'BILLY BUTT IN Was Huerta Once Governor of North Carolina? 1 OPftGES I LTODftY VOl'JME TWENTY PORTSMOUTH OHIO, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1913. PRICE THREE CENTS COUNTRY IS IN GRASP OF A GREAT BLIZZARD Leaving No Clue Washington, Dec. storm that swept over the Great Lakes yesterday continued with shifting on the Ir.kes and the _ Atlantic coast, in New England, rains in the Atlantic states and v ins of lllc ohio valley and the lake regions. "Miss-I', i ihe iiiayur lo'expediti- ill" po. j Temperature'! have fallen over the East and South and it is MH'-iiin" the' old, searel'i. she was lasi seen freezing today as far south as tho Rulf states. Temperature will W-i" nf l In- bc ]owcr in jfcw England and it will Tnosdav in the regintis of the Great Lakes. Frost is expected tonight as far south as Flor- IS lei! SAYS MEXICAN FIRST WOMAN LAWYER BURIED MONDAY wholesale "i-ni-i-r wii.i.disi'MVery of t'iie poisone n.il last. ThiHMhy iis liiniil "real apprehensio Si. M.i H I'l'i'-ii Wllh her uas Inn. iv, tin- II 'nilv Wee I Real Winter ol' I At Cleveland. Cleveland. II.. ULSTER WILL FIGHT 1.1.-Ml Cli'Vi'liniil I" IMT iiinl ill pnvrrly ..Mrs II. TlM-iiMpsini. I PIllM-i.l-'s l.lilMllillC. INorlliern Ohio in its loday. The storm started yesterday wit a drop ill ti-mperal lire of "Jn d, SAYS ADMIRAL LORD BERESFORD ac'nte snlVi-rinu i hundreds of poor families in Ink Big Snow In Wyoming IICTIV.T. I'l.lll., Hi'.'. I'm purls Wrri- isnliil I" ,'l Sttll'lll. tions lii'i'c iirr nipiilly London, Eng., Dec. will fight. If the British gov- ernment forces a civil and religious war in Ireland, I and my of- nrers and the men of the aiivy will aid Admiral Lord Clinrlos Bercsford told tho United Press today. England's great sea fighter lias taken up the cudgel for the Irish unionists in their fight. "There nro now armed men in Ulster and civil war ivill come if the British government attempt! to Home Rule en the people of said Bermtord. _ is DON'T HAVE TO SHUT OFF PASSES President Talks To Suffragettes WATER IN CINCY IS ACUTE ,if a pending are L'tVell el-edenee ill dlpllimali eireles lieeails" of asl illllsll I III side news (hat and lien eral Vill-i have ly and Villa has ihrealencd n, c ,lti Uec 8._.Wiih the i.....eh mi t s wiih his army. city s water suppl_y precariously Alt'airs alv'appi'oaehiiii; a duo'to the bunting of a 3ii- Iliieria's I inch water main Saturday, Mayor Hunt Usned a proclamation for- biddinir tho use ol' water for other domestic purposes than drinking and All lanndries are s.niih have entered il......ty singly and cooking. AH laundries are nod are seaiiered thnniu'hnnl the closed. Thcro is no relief in sight BIG LINER WAS ON FIRE, PASSENGERS RESCUED I'd hy'tlii1 liiKt to in I'IHTC .liinuary 1. Ili'Xt. doi-s not shut otV Irco trnnsporlillitni IVoni tin' f.'nnilii'S of niilruiiil I'lnployi-K n tlinl iliivrlion by tin- i-iiiliirnils I'.-iiiiMylviiiiiii n.ficl rcccinly sued an ordr ons hill he NINEIY SIX liand.s. were proilihiled from i pusses. wireless station here has I Ihal the j Kin I irande. n1- j eil assistanee and was pro-1 K I'inder her own steam. The I" ellller whiell "ell nl'del'ed to aid llle Kill lirandi-. n freiLrnler earried several ]lassenjjers. ii a sinkini" eonditiiu lo a wire- THREE NON UNION MEN KILLED BY STRIKERS :MRS. PAMIRS! IS RELEASED FROM PRISON revenue .'niter Si-minoh- reported I disorder following ihe via wireless In In-aihpiariers to yesterday of three non-union ,-op- I dav t-hal tli- liin Crande m-eded hwr o'iuers wilihont warn.nu assi.slane.- hnl said "n "vlv lil'r''1 nnthiiiL- e.f .esterday's I ninnas D.iin were luken exi.ressed here to, ay. I In-i Ihe .e.sel after a lire was! Xlmot ,s hel.eved lo hlive pre Seminole is I'lpitaH (I a et-isis ill the strike ol Todav 'hoth llii'ir thai In- send a .speeial nies.saK'' lo. eall.iri'ess III'K- inu' the refonn. Marehiiid -hy I HOI and fours w it'ii hauliers ulloal. the snll'ra- hrnv.-d hilly winds of a raw ilnv to sini.n Ihe W-hile llonse olfiee. Anna Howard S'liaw lo assisl ilu-in eiiln-r hy send illl.' a speeilll .....s-aL'e In eoll'.M'eSS or hy ini'lnilini; rel'i-n-nee t" !-he deliver. ..runi'j hi> m- tlin-ni-e In have a -pivial eoniiiiit- of th" him--- appointed to ennsider the suhjeei. I yon ladie.s. if sai.l the pivsiih-nt. "if I --an make l! elear In von. In I'.'lllix." just IN FLOODS drow-ned in the ve swept several in Texas. drowned lust London, Knir., i-l FOR MURDERER nf lln lift- t t-ln- T 'ID- if yt.ii cant lay an P miser is something '.ri.it will keep in any I'.iiiL'llain. I tab, Poc. HUT se.ire'h of the Huh pex mine Inilay for linlph ipex. Annul with Miot l-'iins e deputies tin- work- L-S were for another lderj.'rolllld battle such as oe- irreil 'J when tm'n of their imhi-r were killed. Tlie frenei-al was that I.opex ese.apcd -v.-ral days lie llle ine N'ov. 27 al'ler he 'had killed CIVIL SERVICE BOARDJPHELD Cincinnati. D ,t-ate eivil service i-ommis.sipn eompletely t'li" I'ji einnati eivil ser.'iee eonMiiis.iin on Hiarj'i-s of favoritism made -h Mavor-eh-et Tin- hoai iissione Williv on eliart'es of pnlitieal a.- tivity. aiHl deelared all Cliarffe dispi-nved anil also comim-nde. nliir train. >-'lie "as to Lincoln's Ion. here, .uliere a pri- ;inv leu'islatii I I lie ..................I t-.UL'., He-, I'ape I'Var river miners 'I oday -hoth "'l hern Dee. -i- Denial ol ..nsition of faetions were prepared h I pivsldell, that I am no. a .....in .......re wireh-ss r-ports thai "'l six men are uoiler -Vrs. I'.mn.alilie I'anhhur.st nl, in i-asseiiL-ei-s of Ihe Mallorv '.___....... i line is said tc, hnve eon-' (.'really weakened hy her polieie.s wiiieh have notjhe 11; i'.......i.. i-.. i'ii fin If f t't'isSf'd iiilvlii'Jl t 111 01 I t't l-'v.' L'riiii'iit. iMHl red li lull SEARCHING H1NL i Baxter Placed On Trial that S'-cli nl' niL'lil nr early t rilnry .rln-rr nt' lin- tlonil's I'lymillL' liail bi'i'li IK'slnl I'm- srvi-l-al ilays. 'Pin' i-ri-M "f tin- .vns lli'iirillir I'lii' irnlf ill 111'' v.-i'V slrict ('nlnradii i-iivi's. i'l-lliir of .1 fnlli.IV.-.l il W'l it v is eiiiisiuu' extreme l hierla today ordered all Iniiiis nlerllli; Hie eily waleiieii. His -i-iler thai in '-use of for- llnwed In Illi-ir own way hy federals was r.'Kiirdi-d as iinlieiil- liuhtiiii; will soon Ill-Bin i.' Mexico Mex.. Dee. --As i 1111-11111 of plai-ililt rehel terri lory on a more norniiil hasis. eral today issued a that all I'oiidslnir shall he hefore Wednesday. i'.li'iv.l 'l s rlianls allrmpti-il prii'.'S In- iv la has heel! mi L. sihl" allaek hy federals and of miles I'n.....Ina- ml riiilinahil.i has he, 11 in atnre of a piveiiiilinn BATTLE SHIPS COMING Sin- will lie hailsed there in- detinitely always hy the militants. The .sillTrairetlc.s plan- ned to i-arry out. the oath of Mrs. l-'lora Dnltn- made yesterday, "till-at. the L'nverivun-Tit xhnnhl n'-ver again take our -heloved h-ader." Twenty-two in single ____ jlile, 'JO tilled -wilh inilitiintfi, who Colnmhns n Dee. Jv-- l-'ornud Lhouted eontiouously, and one lenial Hint .In: appropriated Scotland dclr-divcs. 'und.s of the L'olliiuhns Savings I escorted the militant leader trnm ernnr nf I'nehln, and III" ri-lml army eniiimailded hy I'aniliihi Afililnr is expeeled wil'.h- H a days so-mcw here ni.rlh of niis.siiilii'r., I'niln .liilin ,M. Siilliviin. us inrtnii- I'' liL' a I l HOUSE URGES A NAVAL HOLIDAY Washington. Dee. S.---H.V an m-erw-heliniiiK vole llle house lo- day passed the reslllllt ioil approving llle sliniresl ion of Win- ston Chun hill. Hrilish lord of nirally, ihal the iiations'Ol' llo; eonsiib-r tint t" 1" tbe lneal j.'nvernme i for Misjupl Azores, DM-., ves seis of the Alianlie tleel visilinu I'] id pi -CNC Christmas your birthday .uc viiuv business In-ill hoard for its i-om--ii'llti ills ice. MRS. CANTRILL DIES (ii-ol-L'OIOUtl. K.V.. Dee. -Mrs. .1. CVilil'rill. wife ,.f the to enllv'IVsS from al r iionle here tnday. he was knmvn in Washington ml tiuoiifiioiil llle SouJii. She JU J'.o.iira old, t.______ the day the. hank was dosed the stale hailkinK de- partment, will lie entcn'd Iiy al- nrlleys for C'lelilelll E. DllXter of Lima, formerly examiner of the. hank, at his trial which opened nere today heforo Higher, ......e eriminul eourl. Much time was eoiisomrd ill securing a .jury. In opening Ihe ease for Ihe de- fense, counsel for the state de- lared that evidence. Ill hand shows Baxter is gnilly heyond a doulit; that a portion of the stolen funds were 2o one hundred dol- lar hills handled hy the a.-ensed eilixens were in eourt eral of them will appear lale.s as witnesses in an eft'orl to prove that Hiixler ivas lionest and op r'lL'iit at all lilneri. TOWN CAPTUKED uKhis. Ariz., fl Tho ro of Vxcuitlii rohols umlc comin-aml Cnl. KafaH Hin-lipa vns porlcd today in dispJitulicR In tlin isuppT-nt. Yunta. RATE CASE PASSED UP, 1 8.---Tlic Sn- rcinc -ourt today ils reading M' opinions nny ilccision in t iiHJiintaiii rutf tlu- liifi cnsps now lii'foro it. Jeweler Robbed York. Dee. During ihe 1.1 minute.s thai Snlomau (lold- mau was ahsent from his .jcwelry s-toro today ami while crowds fill i'ltl! M'-xi -sltouay. I ae Kansas i nnin-i-hi-iil Mexh-o via in.'. draft I Ijninl.ni., t" a Mntiee Tin- uiin-hips were :iOO miles from Ciiiinlatiainn liny ami 'JtilKI miles from Vorlt. were passing BIG COAL DEAL STATE NEAR END I IN WEST VA. IN KIBE CASE; HUMS FIRE eo l-jred 'I'resiilelll Wil- in Ihe an ngri-r-: nt for u with w'llitdwnsh, iloor .vilh a worlih Th" i a few lilijrer print.s. Win. I'rai." will! Ihe iiiysteriou> W. Vn.. Dee 'O'llplelillll of Ihe deal hy whiell nl I'll'. Helen some I.IIHII aeres of enal l.ll.ds il, dav New liiv.-r dis.nel to f'tl lo I woni'ili re 'have heeii Iranslerred t...... w'i'ti'iess stand lo eoin- i syndn-iiti- Morgan TO STIFFEN UP THE BANKS I'olomlilis, Dee. -S BUTTERWORTH NAMED j Ohio's ImnliiiiK sysiem, il Wishington, ''V llil1'1 'Wilson this afternoon nominated Thomas Buttirworth to be ap of at Cincin A .lollllled riveted Steel lil.lli- ill dmilile liahility of .sl.ieMiolders. uas .nperint.'iident Laltaii'-r erv stale liank will he I.....nred I" fur- nsh lln- names of sloekhnlders'and llh-ir individual Twen- iv hrnk examiners will tlo-n make examinan.ins ol their iierMin.il holdiiiKs to aseerlaill if llic.v would in ease "f failure to pay Tlic iliaXj; OHM will be rfii.'iral aliP.uu .._. I nninlhs wi FOUGHT DUEL. ]said l" in' ,-nme. Italy. Dee. S.... Deputy nihai-otla, n l.iheral. dis- ahled loday hy a wound in the inlliet'ed hy j llo- t" a Soeialisl, aller Iwo had foiiillil 'J hunts in rapier duel. The nr ool of an incident in the. ehxm of _____.....____, So tiiere is another on llhio Valley. a fellow ,vo in Me.x'k-o this lall: t iiave THE SAYRES IN LONDON I.iimloii. Dee. I iomorni.. ihe family tonight. Mr an.I Mrs. iifiir tho lakes. iiitr ii iiondnr-i'iS will h, L'n.-sis at a niniM-r rising lii-.l-i! 'bj -Ho [Tuesday.
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