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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - May 18, 1912, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                AT INTERVAtA PRISONER XAPS M 1XTO QP lyMiiiti FORVIER MATOR RAYIXGS OK ATTRtBrX TO MAX FATHKR OF XOT WAVT KUpir KD TO BostonMass May 17MJiarentfe V TRrehesonwas strickenwith au attack of hysterical delirium in the death chamber of the state prison late tonighi while being visited by p ison chaplain Stfebins and his counsel William Morse TwitchiirK and crying the condeni ued man rolled and tossed from side U2 side of his bed raving abouttwo men wrhonr he cried were watch ing aridfollowinghim The attack was marked by spells of moaning laise intervals of unconsciousness VICE PRESIDENT Indianapolis liuK May gene Victor ofTerre Haute In late today as i csi hiMatcJf or the presidency of the United States Iby the National Social Jst conventions f Eniil Seideli former mayor 6TM iI jfiuiUee for the vlee preeidential nomination ROnYOKKlXfi JIKS IX STATE Copenhagen May WIT oTDeniuark reached the Danish crapiral today and is now lyjng altarof the OldCastleChurch at it will remain lirMay 24 whenit win fie taken ip Roskilde and interred in the tomb containing the bodies of the most of the former Danish kings S tf i f i i f AVISCOXSIX SENATOR OECWRKS HK IS LIKKLIBST XOMIXKB OK PARTY N7 is walkns from Xew Torkto ChkaRo to prove that meat as Her diet consists of nuts fruirs and raw vegetables Speaking to crovd here to night Senator La PoUette declared he held the key to the presTdeiitiaJ nomination at Chicagothat history indicates ty neverwould nominate two aieii so near together in the race as veil and Taft and he was the liest nominee ol the party e a VAUSITV COKDS OKT KKAli IniyerBity ol Wisconsin in home have a chancf to wrestle with the real of livitts problems as Hfstilt of a requirement the you ag women la this coiyrsp to the effect that each of them must in turn take entire charge of the new practice cottage just provided FIRST his raving The prison physician he He which tended to quiet the patieuu The ravings of the condemned manwere attributed to the strain iipon huiofthe constant of the two sii ardjiaftl i e The guards sit close iu front of the IKisoners cell and do not let their eyes Ieave him for moment dur ingxhe day or night There is no relaxing of the vigilance as the are changed frequently and Kifheson iias been subjected to the sinalnnoiv for over 75 hours Riche sons breakdown tonightis believed to have been further aggravated by thathLs sonjs body jje iiorougnt bact to 7 Virginia for burial but interred in some cemetery in T3oston SEEK SflX ALLEGED MEMBERSOF IXD WORKEfiS EI Paso Texas May fed eral column of250 men advanced onjjuarez tonight The column ex u fromSonora noAYeojning from Rpr mosillo and Bazispd commanded by General Viljoen The federals advancing up nhe river wererecruited mainly from Ojinaga They are commanded by G Sanchez of El Paso Minneapolis Minn Mar WO Shepard making a gain in yMwbut the third ballot on bishops in the seceral conference of the Methodist Episcopal church today resulted in rib election The ballot was taken this morning and announced at an adjourned sessionlate this afternoon sult of which will lre announced to morrovsmorning With continuing of theballot ing numerous candidatesare drop Pins from sight Of the 244 which luit Ids names were mentioned on the third Dr D G Downey New York JVnpMattSHuffhPs Pasadena Cali fornia gained also on the third bal COURT HAXHS DECISION ING DECISIOX MAV MEAX OF SUPERIOR Jn biit uifey were firstand Tnmtrespectively on the second total of 457 placed him in the Jead on the third ballot and left Dr Downey and Dr Hughes second ana third with 386 and 378 votes re spectively One bishop Dr Homer C Stunts Torlc has been elected and sev n more ore to be chosen ATJKGrj TFJAT THE GUEAT JPnEPARATIpXS COMlJLETE JFOR San Diego Cal Afay lantes are said to besearching to night for six alleged Industrial WnrkpiH nf gun men TO ported to have arrived here this week Preparations for tarrins and them it is said already have been made Tan PRESIDEXT FORCE AXI FRAUn WTLL XOT CONTROL COXVEXTtlOX VfiATXST GKAXT JURY Columbus Ohio May dent Tafts theoryof a constitution velt here that it is policemen in front of a rendezvous of the Industrial Workers on administered by Messrs night of May 7 were indicted today for assault with intent to commit C StevensandGJt RedtJin are the patrolmen concern ed Stevens vraa shot and ReUdia JV the head with an ax both being seriprisly injured JtCwasin thatfray that Joseph Mikelaskan alleged anarchist was Lorimer Guggenheim Barnes Gal lingher and their like in defiance of of the people thatit is a government under the people fatally losing day xt dying the fol FOR HER are defrauded of their rights by these men The former president aaul thatMr Taft was mistaken in asserting that the success of the cause for which now seems assured he continued Los Angles Calif May Mnr1 Chicago not force fiFARn pi an nnidenUfled woman foundinii asjpflndwhf I Ion vVf Miss Constance woman and a spmp time aio beJn todny sit FROAf n afay Sniard lanes Secretary a1 patrol service third iiulicl ment Wasreturned today by a feder laginst Otomnn Zar Adusht Hanish head of the Magdaz man Sun Cult charging him with sendingimproper matter through the mail Uemurrtira on the tw0 earlier in dictments ore United States district court The third indictment came after the jurors had listened to testimony from Richard B iHanisch a music teacher in andfatlier n the cult leader The elder Hanisoh told of thejbirth onvis years ago He declar ed that the romantic tale that Han isoh was horn In Persia 68 years ago and dedicated to ZoroasterIn a fiction St Paul Minn May 17rThe su preme court of the state of Minneso ta today handed down a flrming the lower courts in overrul ns a demurrer filed by the Greit Northern Railway company in an action brought by Clarence II Ten ner a minority stock holder against the railroad company and others to compel Of properties vahved to roadr company fromjhe other defen dants The tlecision may nifian the ulti mate dissolution Ijjke Suppr iorcoraiany iimitwitnvned py J Hill L J others Iu 1896 the socalled Hill ore lands hhad tisen May 17TC G Bo land he MHrion Coal rompany of Sotitnton PeuiisylviiiUH ot P Hoiaud author nst Judge Rribirt W Arijhlwld ot the oomrnpnf irourt was n today house oil judiciarjitiqulring1 into the allgci relating t participated in by Judge ArchbuM to settle oit of fourt liti KHtiOn btuvtwn Marion Coal and Th LackaWiinn ani K Is iinii disposif Boland Urtliu Mirion Coi iompany to th railronl iOrnpany In this connection Boljinil declared tha G MfvViitson who i nthe nogotiatjons had dcur SEXATE COMMITTEE OPPOSES ExosV MicAsritE PASSED BV THE HOfSE tirst house mtu his Idvlcfe saw thatwhch iinainberof ihwwnJtoeether in JaUmatw isolation for alongienod of tinier 1 their1 tiiougbts and attention cerilcro1 onematter It wag hut todiiTerent views a positions the jury fasij iieen aworn to d other thua one guilt oc accused mfitt Ha cl tliat Judye Arthlaid shmiiil a favorahlo rcnbrl on th for his pan to too Thoush Boland admiltea that did not know that Judgt he hat for any compensation should the proposed sale rioi prQiinrty oonsumftted hti dciard Watson had told him the ju risl shnuld Ret compensation sliould certain officials of thetseka wana railroad who were aiding in Ttt t ra OsafuaOn rorthprn company W Hill HiJland E T NichoNr At that times the leaker Superior ooiviany liinited wag or ganized a holding company for the lands 1 sulitjiJimv urgnnlzaiinn j df the Greas Northern In IftOGthe lands were to the Y As TO FOR THE it che junirs lost jsight ot that ia private individual opinion May The senate vooui do wrong to themselves iance cohimittee today eitherJfl thf juij ivtlreti attd it Was a short time e for the house Ffrre sugar bill and an unfavorable report on the sp called house excise income tajc bill which proposed a tax on incomes in excess of a year The Lodgesugar bill would elim inate the differential and Dutch standard from the tariff and leave the duties otherwise practically as at present When couJtjrenssembled the fore read the verdict guilty es ohorsred in indictment Judsc Staples held tnat was not 5 the proper form The foreman then j expliined that the verdict was one iS guiliy in the Orsi degree the penal tyiiipS ftlHetrocution but ment wasniiule au fyat timewith tin murder ot Commonwealth Attoruci Prosecutor in Carroll county Hirt at lliilsyjjle last ilarch when j trlaJ ot Floyd AJlen on a jninor charge culminated in njr of live Judge JIassslei Prosecutor iiain Jf Foster Sherift L F Webb Miss Elizabeth Ayres and JurorAu UliJES STATEMENT COX JfRV 1JOX Ansreles May I 7The active Clarence SJjarraw i Jawyer and trial and othir properties with funds be to the rdlroad coinpanj not necessary to management of the railroad and that the purchase was unauthorized Tho firiat Xonhern will ct the action it is alleged on ground that Veuher WHS not astocTv holder the properties were transfer jury bribery was after seven jurors had accejited hnay by bothsfdes that CERNJXC OKIAY IX 1ROSECU TIOX TRUST SHOWS OXCMSI V ETA 1RESr COMPELS ATTORXEV examination and quesioned the men as qualittcatioiis to mine his guilt deter whfn adjournment vas taken five j more prospective juiors had been unKst and the exercise of further premptory ciralfenges was jiostponed until tomorrow when it is believed the jury will be com pleted t Jra his sons wjts as OttoHanisch from home and took of printerIn Salt City Ihe spelling of the family name was changed by the son when hybr the cult THE v Minimumr at 6 P M j 69 P Chicago May Flannery president of the freight handlers union had an XW May local liorato preparations jiad been throughout the country would bei called by the international officials of hia organization toniorroTV a Roosevelt comiJelled i engineers tile nttenpt was three dis general to marie close the Hymella crevassae Jthlrtyfiva the ofths govern yaent stopped work and tJEXERAL TO QflT Taffs secretary Charles D HiMes appeared unannounced in Washing ton today amiat the Whlte House gave out a concerning the dolay in the prosecution of the International Harvester Company dnrinar President Roosevelts admin isfrtttion n 1907 It wasnot known here that Mr Hilles liad left Presi dent Tafts party in Obip lie went to join the President tonight I came to Washington to get United States Attorney rTownsends littlimuinttain town of IHiHsville where UIB inhabitants ulwajs lleld the Allen clansmen In terror Ar rests of acvoral ofthe Aliens foHow 1 tha shooting lut fiveof tha prill i pd to the mountains for their arrest resulted in them being taken bulSidna liiuier of the dun and Wester Edwards his nephew still are ut Tinother prisoners it is said will rXAtOVUATES XAMES OF HAXXA AXD JJROWX IXTO HIS MANY statement in reference to the ter trust says statemont attorneys iii the department of jus tice and had made an investigation v the statenreut continues Taft adopted new offensive tactics against Colonel Roosevelt today speeclies he made the Prestdenj used an Argument of partttiilar inferesrefr Phipand to the northern jart of the pa c ft vH aiimrof feaders ofthe ifooseveltMovement   

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