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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - March 6, 1912, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                MEMBEB ASSOCIATED PRESS 6471 COPES OF TO itoElt WISE CmCIHLAfBB IBS HOME P1PEI 1HIRTYSECOND YEAR WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1912 EIGHT PAGES REPLY TO THE WORKERS ACTION WILD NOT PREVEXT THE MAKING OF COUXTER rfiorosmox BKUEi CROWS AMOXG OPERA TORS THAT THERE WILD BE NO GEXHRAEi STRIKE York 3ttrch stiithru citu voat miners demand for in crease pay recognition of the union a shorter day unii other changes wre unanimously rejected tlu afternoon by IT operators The operatTs adjourned sine aftr appointing a committee to acquaint the United Mine Workers of Amcri with their decision This com mittee WHS clothedwith full power Monday inr prcsenlatioii to the min ers Marrh 13 Tli iiijjfil thttHilrI tors was It was btliiv that a would be suknisled ACtir the meeting however of operators de iard that the action woulj riot ven thecommittee from making a counter proposition to the The belief is growing amongthe operators UiJitthtreAVill no sen strike of the ISO000 men in the Pennsylvania fields affected by hc decision he Isiid but the operators would rather fato a general strike i wages cetii and in consequence be compelled to in crease the price of coal President John United Hine Workers of Aneriea who presented the demands to the operators had iecn expected 10 rijiicli today to keep in touch with the situation twit it was Uainod that ne will not visit New York un til shortly iifcfera the conference of Xone of the miners ofiicials Were in Th wt Ui cities and its environs during the day and retail dta rs were swamped with orders Thv the increased prices by statement that the cost to them had 50al for TriiTfuMTP ate delivery and were inclined to bs pessimistic regardingthe outlooJc esiiHialK inview of the coal strike in England HituminOus coal anil anihraiii steam eOiil were marked up from 50 Cents to 1 a ton by tpiny dealers Tn operators were appointed to sirve nn the committee which will draft the reply to tin mintAs UOVEItXOIl To If tTX ACllVK CAMPAIGNJX liKHALK OK Sacremento Cal March nor irratn Johnson issued a state ment today announcing that he wouild begin soon an active cam Taijrn in the state and possibHy in past in behalf of the candidacy nf Tluodore Roosevelt While lie has not determined when be will ibegin itis not though that next wctk wiiil see the real oneniuff of the Roosevelt campaign in Cali fornia after petitions to place the formerpresidents naitu on tiie y liatloi Jiave iDCen filed THE WHITE MANS BURDEN ONE OBJECT IN VIEW J THAT To PROTECT JEEmOKAri JtTXiB A3IAIMV J1S CHAUCtES JURY AFTKK 1K UBERAT1XG 73 HOURS KOKS void OPIXIOXS THAT 1IOPIO KVKK EX1STKD FOR KAtTIOXAK STIUKE KVIBEXCED THE TWBLAK STIMSON CONTENDS TAFTS TERM INVESTIGATING MONEY TRUST FORMER CJ11KF IfORESTKU KI2 rrERATKS TKACHIXGis OF EXPRESIKEXT IKKSIDKXTS ATTJiXnS HKAKIXG CONDUCTED BY HOUSE COMMITTEE ADHEKEXT OF TJA ioijjVrrE OF T ISS FKtKXI APvK CLOSE TOGETHER TELLS OF LI1TLE BOYS AXI JX CELLS TOUR OF NORTH DAUO1A WILL BE CLOSED AT G1UND FORKS Minor North Uikoti GiiXord Pinthot tonight for the ond eonsreiiiivedny threw iinvn the gauntlet in North Dakota in behalf of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt diOate for the 1JFRGI31 RESERVES RIGHT TO MORE STRIKERS FROM Washington March F JLynch Commissioner of public safe tyat Lawnnoe Massachusetts who has charge of the police department there to Jay told the house rules Hipublican is hearing OTn mony in the mill Mr IMisLboi speaking at the Ja lrjct strjjjt in that city that he did cobsOK opera house was aceorled Jlot iy what authority of law the womnwiih evertendered a speaker in Minot tlkpR to tfe police station af si LouisMarch tliird luar ing of tlie Kimmel identity mystery and insurance comiiany contest end fd in a mistrial today when the jury which had been out hours was din j charged by FedtraJ Judge Amadou Thjudges action was taken after jurors fade Whichshow ed that not only there was no of agreement but bitter personal an niosity WAS developing between Jtvvo factions of the jury as to reopen ilie question to have Ibeen setBled partial report limant was George A PjU JQ March Knnmel The jury at tlie finish and through most of therecentharlot insc stood 9 to 3 for the plaintiff I Explanations made toy various UKPEI GENERALS SALAKAR AXI Jurors of that NOT COMMITTED TO OROZCO WILL XOT ENTER LXTIL TRUE STATUS IS DE dissent rapid 11 y had increased them in the ast hours of their j three days together and the Telig I ion and lodge afflliatiou had an im portant part in keeping from getting on a OHIHlAHUA The foreman told Judge when the jurors were called hefore hun Ear thelast time that no agree mtitt WHS possible Then juror M IX C iip Arsiii 1ujij Ot The Hoi Itmvklun uulem will iuVistlgate the ire now Ixitif niiuUiiinl it is siid ilia ihihivmiiKS will start in a few rtarp tbnirman hasivnmntttc eil that hf will tlin best lif iral onnsel obtsiinntiliand has in iSirul thnv former nsi1nts Of the American Oar Assyciitlon SECRETARY OP BEMAIXS SINCERE BUT CAXXOT SCP PORT E IJSXilSLATIVE A SVUfS OF AXD COXSTBUQ HEFORM MEASURES RATH KKTHAK sLOVALT Y CAUSE OK DISTRUST 15 a comniunlication was that the asree ASSKRTE0 AMBITION ment that the claimant was not Kiin mel unanimous and it was not to tie the verdict was for the defense foreman nrolested to Judge Amadon that MeMUlers paper mis represented the true opinion of the Camp of lusurreetos Sauz Chijurors Judge Amadon ended ti huahua Mexico March 5 10 a m i discussion by discharging the jury rebel generalSalazar who1 Uiismoraine and Gam pahavenot committed them selves to Pascual Orozco women been taken Dividing honors anaudience of se r Lmler ustioning by Representa ernl lixindred persons said none of the paid tribute to the speaker and to elts Of the children had appealed Roosevelt The mention of the for mer presidents name was the signal often for prolonged applause Prior to the meeting in th Pinehot was the guest of honor a reception at a leading hotel Judge T J PiUdopresented theriot atthe depot to him against their being taken away but he understood from a po war and the candidate for governor of New York ia 19fOi tonight declared himself foe Presl 3 rti tTa f remained the sincerefriend of Mr Roosevelt lie not siupporthiia for the presidential nomination MrSUmaou entered President cabinet last year afterveonS sultation with Mr fiooseyelt aiid withthedistinct no way the political activities of c i I CONCERNED IHSCLAISIS AXV OOXCKAli OK SflMREHS TO The reason for their distrust is not made apparent but on the sur face it appears that they are not convinced that prozeos announced desertion to the rebels is aot mere ly the niiistfne of a leader still de voted to resident Madero This morning Orozco sent an in vitation to Salazar and his troops to j Xeiv York March T Sums Siitl BY IVRMER IX TERRIBLE COXD1TIOX United and othT today an tho Teuonrinatioa of President Taft Stinlspa and always iave been I am for Mr Taft fteciuse I be lieve he lias faithfulry carried out the progressivefaith of the Republicv can parly that his administration stands for orderly permanent pro sress in our national gygrnment and that to refuse htm the nomina tion on the assertions that have been madt against Wm would he a blow to that progress and Einaeiat opera housa pernlission to ieave The child strikers who that all of them did not enter Chihuahua to take the oath of ed half frozen and aphyisicU and were Tomorrow Mr Pinehot will speak at Devils Lake in afternoon clos North Dakota tour at Grand rtrksJn the evening Mr Pinehot arrivedinMinotUUe where this after noon from a platform occupied hy State Senator E E Brown of Wis consin a La Follette adherent he once again unfurled the banner cf tho former chief executive paradox Tyet appar ently to all intents and purposes sin cerethe mcetint heldthis afternoon at Velva gave a touch of novelty to the presidential campaign just be ginning After Mr Pinehot had laul ed Mr Roosevelt and criticised Mr Taft Mr Brown paid his cOinpli inents to Mr La Follette Ry coincidence Mr Pinehot and Mr Brown met aboard a train to day each bound for Velva and each bound to help his favorite candidate With Mr Brown wis James Mona han of Minneapolis who left the train at Harvey where he spoke this afternoon in behalf of La Folkrtte Mr Pirehots addresshero tonight was a repetition of his address at Velva and of his speeches yesterday at Valley City and Jamestown AVOMAX IUROR AGAIX OX DUTY Seattle Wash March Rosamond Desmore a resident of Seattle for forty years and the first woman called to jury service during territorial days again is hearing evidence in the superior court She was empanelled yesterdayto hear an assault case 1UST TIME IX MASSA CHUSETTS Plymouth Mass March For the first time in Massachusetts crimi nal procdcdure a woman Mrs of Hull1Jtgdayjwassgnt 1 W the by Judge Qulnn in the Plymoutli court here today EnricoMascri1 convicted Jointly wllJiitJhe lady for thd mur 191 wag sentenced to bp exeteut J 1 I brought oh before the committee to testify iii its hearings on the two congressional resolutions of investi gation of conditions at Lawrence fealty to the rebellion Salazar couni mental wreck Dr D if Belseho tered with a proposition tath who disappeared Friday night while co visit Suaz and himself take oath Orozco replied he dared leave Chihuahua and repeated original invitation the on his way to make a professional notcall was foundlaie today in 1 ielcJ his i near Tindell Missouri six milcs from Trenton membersoJr the citizens cojmmittea in of Lawrence were heard Lynch thd day to the outsicirts of ChhiaOiua appeared as the first witness Mrs W H Taft attended the hearings and gave close attention r to the testimony conrBrningtbe at the station Bograty a witness yesterday Tecaiicd today said lie had seen babies little boys and girls locked in cells Women arrested in the riot he said had been fined for blocking the sidewalk The hearing will be halt tliere until the exact status of Orozco and iis men could be determined definitely Detachments or the Salzer conting ent iave been close to the city tout have iiojt Temaiued leadingto pre mature announcement that the can guard of the Juarez column iad en tered the city As a motter of fact it is merely a wonnaisance in force It is reported in out the re continued ttoorrow port oannot be confirmed that tho tive Borger reserved the right difference between Orozco and Salzar call other witnesses from the ranks OVer tjje matter of supreme coin corn field eatiiiK corn out of the shocks IK oultlu Kcf and taken to his home In the few lucid intervals which ho has had amen being found he was unable to in prevent the destruction trl papers which might in used viaenee in the investigation the stcl corporation answer dfnied tho inegation of the government that papers of the American SKel ami Wire Com pany would hiivo shown that J A Farrei smied or abetted in the op erations of the wire for which many officers of the wire trust were fHgflnimq nny ip fvtrt jsijii or suppress from th o tleffTjil nts answer to the fedenL frovernments j Put aprel5tuigupon njaniuoifj InteredTnTo public of booKs the inspiration of Theodore Roose I velt I ami a firm believer in the JT mcnt iny paper or document bearing upon tiie conduct of tho steel busi usid dtfIares absolutely with out ground Uv impiHation that any thfendmts arc atout to pired during the past few days Legff a farmer wia tile of the strikers WOMKX VOTE SO WHY BAB THKM Sacramenio Cal March men can votein California now so why in cant they watch fights mand of the northern forces Both are said to covet the distinction and it is asserted that it is Orozcos am fbition rather tlian his loyalty to tho rebel cause which is distrusted Trusfwl Chief in Revolt Mexico Gity Fisueroa trusted chief of the ru rales in Guerrero and MoreloK and is of a ordo anything else that men do said Chief of Police Ahern when a1during the previous resolution his body of preachers protested for the great ally in the South tonight second time witnin two days against the of more than wo men to the Arena where Papke and Mantell fought on Washingtons birthday As the clericals disappeared out of the door Chief Ahern announced that in the future all the women who desired could see prize fights staged in town while he is chief of i police reported in revolt The news Orozcorg change of front caused sensation among the southern Mad erists 1500 of whom have reen Continued on Rage 3 lirst mni known to physician Sinco his lie discovered seen tho disjippearance him attempting to break into the Legg Darn and drove him away Dr took to his heels in thi heavy sncnv and disapj peared in the field Tenter Itsff sav hini ajjnin and notified Sheriff D lion hero by telephone tliat a luna tic was loose Surmising that it was the ir tiie sheriff and deputies accompan ied by an Onfle of the inlssins man went to TIniif11 and took him in charce stroy or likely to destroy pertinent papers or that an injunction Is sary 1or their LENGTHY PHOGRAi THE Maximum Minimum Temperature at p m 26 Winds Sotlti TBIAT Chicago March govern ment expects to rest Its case in the trial of the ten packers tomorrow or Thursday T1W trial shortened materi ally today when both sides agreed corporatcd statements describing the organization and financial condition the four companies controlledby the defendants that of Armour Co wad teailin tho afternoon Ajy waf stock of and liad a sur plus of Government wunseJ James Shen lian introducel in evidence bank checks amounting to which were used by the National Packing York Butchers Dressed Meat Com pany in 1907 the government restsits case the defense will make a f PUT A WANT AI TO WOKK for you It doesnt pay to try the work of a want ad In the first place it takes too much time And again its too expensive Youre too bnsy and you liavent the time antl money to try to doa tyant ads work Tjftthe al do it for you Yon will find that the labors of these little fel lows vrill je a splendid Invest nieni for ywt They bring ro suits whether yoa want to jour farm or want to buy tiiiycr and seller pet together In quick faslilon wheii their wants are male linoivn Wednesday ami Thursday rising icmperaiure light variable winds becoming south weather and ris j srrifNG STATES COVEJiXIXG 1JO1V OXK PJwnis Ariz Mnrrh iebivustivo program lefjislalurq ft AriJiTsa hold irrt session G A leng mvaits the which vvll leffinninj its 18 It is oxl undertake the redemption of tha preelerion i submit to the voters the inclusion the judiciary jn thd operation of tho recoil Among tlie most importint mandates of the constitution are tho enactment of an ing temperature Wednesday and employers liabiliy and a workers probibTy Thursday Compulsory compensation act JURY IN KAUFMAN TRIAL FIXES SENTENCES FOR HIGH ASSASSINS instruct the jury to return a not guilty in the case of each de fendant on the that ihe gov uinas or eyes arc Centered on this page every day NQwonder Leader wantadspfOve so ef fective tlie do ihe workfor youFlTe ornment proof 1 vh ihree times cents one week So Chitrapro March imprison ment for George Rabenau and yearsIn the penitentiary for John Stacey and William Channel found guilty of the murlcr of Mrs Kamf diet today of tho jury which since yesterday noon had deliberated on the case Fred Boneham pleaded guilty be foreLthotrialandwlllho sentenced by theicourt There aJipaTently was no iuesl1on in tihe minds of the jury as to the guilt of the accused All the defendants made more or less complete confessions pt their sharo in the wild ride in a stolen automobile which culminated in the of Mrs Kaufman Tie eviidence was that the shot which killed Mrs Kaufman was flred by RaTjenau and courisel for thedef yoqtlh of the inenand afffuetl that they were intoxicated when crime was committed The ashed Mio death penalty tne great national policies for which her I bia sincere friend But I believe that those who are forcing him con trary to his original Intention into the arena a jeopardizing insteadof helping the real cause of progress in the na Peril Forr Party j The intrpductionof such a con test at iaas 16 necessariry will new aad issues which are quite foreign Uh the great progressive policies for which the Republicanpatty stands cannot fail iseventuailzihominated June If as a resultthat date isi defeated in Novemberi 77 government may he thrown into the hands of a truly reactionary party V for years to come Mr Stimson said that j Taft had devoted himself ly to the carrying out of construe i tive work along progressive lines Tne administration was begun be said upon a plan that had the ough approval and deliberate en dorsement of Mr and tothat plan President Taft adhered rigidly Is it fair now to criticise him asked Mr SUrason because ia faithfully carrying out this pledgo of four years ago in performing this vitally useful though inconspic s 1 uous work he has not dominated the puolic attention with dramatic dls piay Review of President Taft pledged said Mr Stimson to a progresslva development of the President Roosevelt had inaugurat ed and the completion and tion of the machinery hy whichThe moral standards set by President v Roosevelt may be To this work Mr Taft has dcr voted himself said Mr Stimson He thus deliberatelyrenounced more striking methods of reform and set himself to the undramatlc ff which leaves put all thought of a mansown aggrandizement lie has urged upon congress to place upon ice virtually all of the presldentlat offices a maasnre wWch would at one blow strike out most of the enormous political of president selfabnogatlou are shown greaf legislative and o complishinents Taftd standardaot the elevatjlon otirpubMc great 7lx   

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