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   Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                CIRCULATED 3fESTER0AY t JBI4K and districtdelegates Bulletin N 11 3ft tonight the Kepubliaa Progressive League toad change of the Roosevelt campaign Claimed that Roosvvelt nave at least IS of tlie delegates elected at todays primaries CONCLUSIVE RETURNS INDICATEtoik tenant TV Gray secretary of the Tilt ena League KOOSEVJELT WIXS EXTIRiS toe preference and the delegates uniastructed 07 on Tetbdolcgatastttr DELEGATIQX AXTAGOXlStS OF STATE TITE SIDE telephoned the Katlona bureau m JVashington thit Tafl had carried of Newark b a idte major Bulletin Neisuirk N ra tio trom 18 out of iistrtets ghr WUson 287 un 5j8 CHAIRMAX OF PROGRESSIVE rE ESTIMATES MAJORITl AT 12rOOO May based on iairly conclusive returns are Roosevelt has wonall the 2S delegates elected at the New Jersey in the New Jersej election is conceded rby th6 leaders of the state Taft or ganization Shortlj after midnight i W Graj secretan of Taft s Bust ness Mens League said that Colonel Roo pvet probahlj had vrs the four delegates at large and also the ten district delegates the counties of Hudson which com prise cities of Newark Jersey City and Hoboken besides a number tlie most popularsuburban towus Indications at 1 a m based on scattered returns from all parts of tlie state were that Colonel velt would 01 Tour ot the COLOXEli FtEADS AXT3 BOSS PljATFOBM tftABtE TO 1JER SOOTH JJAKOIA Sioux Falls S D May The tiioux Falls Press loda prints a tele grani from Colonel Ing that he cannot come to South Dakota on account of his memoriil dav Speech Gettisburg but making as fofloas There has in our history been a cleaner lineup than this be Cwefin the piatn ircople and the bos 64 Wt fighting for the funda mcntd1 principles of citiz rtii4hii t Atthat time President Taft ai peared to he sure of only one of the 12 districts with a fighting chance ot two more Governor Wilsonsopponents had lo be satisfiedwith the strong show ing they made in Essex County the stronghold of former Senator James Smith Jr and former Democratic State Committeeman James R Nu gent Indications at 1 a m were that Wilson delegates toad been elected for the state at large and in all but two of the districts The Newark Star which is owlied by for uier Senator Smith ponceded Gover iior Wilsons successlast nightfbut said that tbe opposition probably would elect six district delegatesin Essex and Hudson counties Any delegates elected not pledg ed to Governor Wilsoirrwin go to thei convention uninstructed count in the 1799 electioaVdistricts of the state ae ctnmilcrted slowly last night The 815 districts that reported first oh therotes Tordelegates at large gave np indication thesctnafcrzesuH of the jprimary OTieflgures on those districts little more than of Hie total vote were Taft 9220 Roosevelt 10150 La Poliette315 Figures onthe presidential pref erential vbtewerei4itacticailythe same Afthe same B Whiting the estimated Colonet Roosevelts plurality in the whole state 12000 I believe saidChairman Whit ing Colonel Roosevelt will Wave everyone of the 28 delegates elected in this state He Declared that the Sixth Con CHECK FOR 82882850 FUOM if S SANBOiBX TO MICHIGAN emu SiOux Falls S D May a judgment for rendered in the United States court of appeals Miss Ella Bay of Menomtnee Mleh received a check includes interesf since the verdict wasreturned in her favor in thefallot siirt againstJ S Sanborn of Pufcwana S D for of promise bitterly fought lor lour yeurs anC finallycarried to the UflHedStatw1 court of appeals The Ivoman was secretary of a lumber concern at Menomince Mich at a salary of yearly aridre sigiiedoliSalilJorus mar ahout whicli he Tiad any doubt and Tie felt practically certain that this also would EABliY BULLETIXS Newark May 28 can primary retnins from 143 out of 1 799 ejection tlistrictsin the state on deiepates at ISTRC Rive Taft 48J4 Rooaeyelt 4523La Toilette 171 from every districtin the state Indicate that Gpvennor Witeoji ViJl get the dele frates at large and at least 18 of the 21 rfistrjctyrdelegates giving him a primary from Chicago May Stu3en Russian ayiatof sustaiTied a Ibroken wrist and minorihjuries to day liis monoplane fell about TO feet on the Ciceroflying six oiitof7759 election districts in vtlie state preference ani delegatBg at iaifeu gUo Taft 8r OP GOTHAM BOUT New York May Mc Goorty of Wis middle weight defeated Bob Moha of Mil waukee in a ten rotvnd bout at the StNicholas Athletic Club tonight BUSSIAX AVIATOR Tbe PRO BAXOSOP AKOKOES IX UXPRO OF Washington May pro cautions tajfen to protect Americans endother foreign interests in Cuba baye amply justified in the judgment of the state basedupoii the reports that have been received especiall owners of and untees According to mformatioi appar enth reliable the insurgents are becoming desperate Estenoz theif leader rdeclared that if President Gomez Toes not secure the repeal of the Morua lau prohibiting the or gamzaiion of a stricth negro parti in and tne other leaders will tteraaml contributions from the railroads and owners of estates in order to prolong tne conflict and jH destroy the propert of those who refuse In the meantime bands negroes in the unprotected sec tions of the Guanatanaoio district continue to steal horses and lulUigf1 small stores 5 ii natHE PEABt FISHER WHOSE TORTS ADORXES rx PRISON EF Alt III Ma of Jumbo ArfamS in pnson at Ches ter Illinois for killing a man hope to interest the Queen Of England in his cas6 state board of iv 11 hearts case In June Adams once vias a pearl fisher It is 53id ft found peart which flow adorns the by the queen She hasbeen rinformea of this I fait and requested to lend her assistance in acquiring his freedom J I TAFT HEADQUARTERS DECIDE OXCHA1JLEXGES BEFOBJS KA T10XAL CONVENTION San Francisco Gal May It was definitely i at tbe Taft today that chal lenges would be made pubHcairnatipml conTentlon cago of Roosevelts Jdaimi of Calif orniayotes in the natronai con ventjpn Two delegates were electi edln the fourth distribt Sam Fran tuUit rtrieat statesshall anelectionbe so held as toprevent the delegates if rom any congressional districtsand their alternates hemg elected the Republican electors of that district1 FAKrtEIl VICTIM OF CHECK SHARP ChicafKv May Fur ejer a retired farmer of Sheboygan Wis today requested the police to search for a stranger who sold liim a worthless check for 350 ior 13 in cash BAY BASKEK DIES Green Bay Wis May iam Edward KellOggVST yearsold vice of tbe Kellogg Na tional Bank and well known in banking circles died suddenly to plght of apoplexy The J retird at this session of Minneapolisiilnn May 28 XTbc ifonrth district of fourth ertfconference ithe ward o Newark r the first 4o com Episcopal charch at l oclock tomor more than tj be adopted before the aajptirnmerit the Sen hmy morning today petoxtt measure after measure Most ol the cs Daily word this purchased atable built by theBoysIndustrial School of Venice Italy and used tit this ssssicn and Pfesentisd it to hinSt Ee BolutionsifUsa Binsrtheappreciation forthe work dflne by Dr Buckley The coniference haa eliminated if rom the heading of nhe THE KSIPJttiTC IX HIS MALS DIRECT ANbWERS QUESTION S SUBJECT TO SEL BY CO4JX New OOSIPAXY Alay SEXATOR GCAEWIXS SUBSTITUTE jonn Rockefeller WAS on the IX O Miy stiiate today entered upon the last stage of the consideration of tho bill reducing the duties on iron and steel rejecting ly 12 to 60 the ihtjisure presented by Senator Cuuimlhs of Iowa as a substitute for tho house Democratic bill Demo trats nnd regular repuWicaha joined in opposition to the measureana all the affirmative votes except those of Senators Jones Nelson stanrf here tcdaj to tell trie beleved fee Standard On Co had really dissolved under the j decree ot the United States supreme Cdst bi es Pago and republicans Wortli Texas Mfcy Tafts Texas sitppott ers toduy refiisert to in comentioA ated hy tlie Roosevelt forces marched set for convening and held a separate convention Eachcon jvejatiojiiLLChosejeigiit jflele5jatesati large to the national can convention court Rockefeller couJd not be in duced at all tlmes to direct an to questiona but made indig suggestion that to nant denlaf of the 01 courts Mr fejcfcefeller appeared as a m the action brought nom inally by the state of Missouri to tie msssetors of tbe elect tioq of tbe sfocSbolders of the Wat Oil at St Louis labt February to the proxies of the Rockefelier arid othei Standard Oil interests Bfhioh uained Stan Oilinen asSafficials of tbe com pany The aged oil magnate and the twrtiest man ia was sub jected to a stilling 0v Samuel Ln coimsel Jorthe Waters Pierce mteiests that caused thewit ness to pound tote fists on tne table to ignant denials of pointed quesfcioBS as to whether the of the court bad been in fag carried out 1MSCLOSURES IX COXXEiCTIOX GOVERN t 31EXT SUIT May a public stattsment Attorney General Wlcker suaw that tlie govern ment suit against the Southern Pa cific companies for the recovery of valuable oil lands iaiSouttiera Cali fornia has developed sensational and startling disclosures by subpoenaed iy the gbyern ment he says presents a yemark able criminal conspiracy among aigb offlciais ot Che SputnerK Pacific CompaBy to from the Ignited underan agridqltural grant oil lands valuedat eo0 CARRIES Kii Ttffi PI1ECIXCTS Hayr28iJGhamp ail the precincts atthe in St PaaTtb jelegates forthTeJgbjas iiapl county convention andxwillcontrol that But little interestwas taken in theproceedings atany of the caucusses 01 IpfliiirrT LlilttT VJBSHOX BE1XG HELD AT Appletpn Wis May thirteenth biennial convention of the Peierationof German Catholic Bea evolent Societies of open ed at Monday morning when addresses coaie by Gustavo KelieriilestJpresi ent A nnleton Mayot V JJasilius Guihmer manpastpr St andiBishop J J Fox tofGreen Bay Mayor John B Helm of Madison spondtng Z After Cbe brief business meetJBgr the Tarious appointed the 5onyention ad jbnraed until oclock Tuesday morning to give the comnjffttees time Borah Brihtovr Cummins Polndexter anU After the vote wastakcn Idaho took thefloor in fopikisitioti to the Deniocrcatlc bill Silt the senatf boon adjourned post final action for at leist an other twentyfour A num 1er of amendments were offered duting thc 6av One of these by Senator Smith of Georgia places farm on the free list FlU II IT OXL3r4QttOVT OF KAIL TO KESPOXD TO HUSIMOXS TO STRIKE SAT THE XOT VERYlA 0ISTAST EN1 IS hio Mrigln preitiigr in aern1 is VSTUtur the science of SENATES OOM3SFCTEEL BEEOR1 PKESBNTKD BST SENATOR BKOCE ISSIAY IK XSGS BRITISH BOARJB OP TBAD5T 1GEMBST OF SHBP SCOKEU ftk at formal thanks of congressto his HdiMhorne street and steamer Carpaihiaa officers htis been abandoned by hisfamily Sf Paul Minn 2S Onh about the 1 n t erjia tional Freight Handlers Union out emplojed b the u OF m by ors were expressed in a joint tlon which today senate The house prompt action Tha resolation tatbo Smith ot Hidiigan SEVEJf AKO MANY JtJRED iraCEJT TORVAIIO in St Paul and Minneapolis liave BO an Chi work in accordaonce order tostrike sent out cago Monday anT which was to teve gone1 intoeffect this morning None ofthe clerks employed freight houses have quit in the Tijjga May sons killed three tally hirt and a s ore or nwe wec Jess seriously injured when do swept thru the village IS miles northwest of Tulsariast night The property loss fs esI5iat pd at A wire communica tion WH3 severed and the extent of ibe storni not known until irhesi sengera tnrivod here Jute toBay ORIGIXAD REBEL OF PRESEST CPRISIXG HAS eFms owx El Paso Texas May 28 Antonio iRojas original rebel of the present revolution has begun a little insur of his ownand is threaten ingijthe town ot Sfadera on the Mexican Jforthwestern Railroad ac cording to reports received here to night tlie charge of insubordination two months ago in Generai but upon the petition Of friends released a few days ago TRIBESMEX AGAIX ATEACK CITY jlispatch from Fez says ttot the tribesmen in con tbe city Local observations dajly by R D Maximum Temperature 10 Minimum Temperature51 Temperature at 6 P MS3 Precipitation 29 Winds Variable Wednesday pre ceded showers in the east por tion Thursday fair aiid warmer winds IX SOUTH GDAMOIJ FOR FLOOD Orleans has been general Improvement in conditions for a week or moro some sections suffering refugees has been marked In the Jena 3istnct whites arid blacks are Clamoring for fond and Hall who last week succeeded Gov Sanders as state executive is malt ing a determined effort to give them relief As a result of damago to rail jiis speech in the senatetofiay andi tbe presentation of his report tummerce commJssiCB3 imestlgation of the Titanic f The resolution reajil tliawhs arc CaptainArthns Hfenry Enstron 4vnd thfr lor steimahlp Titanic and heroJcslly ing the lives of 704 wlto lifti beeii shipwrecked inrthi or the i The President States is hereby aoithoffzcd and yfe qurstedto cause to lj medal appropriately v4teferlSeid which shajl iije tiotr whiqh conkress TpIdaVtHoV service of the officer to proinptnesfTund AisHencewaa tho rescue of 374 wonienarid 330 men sum Or 10CO may be necessary for the ipiirr chase or manufacture oCsatfi medal is herelVy appropriated out appropriated Washington May the Titanic disaster i rectly to thefailure of tain Smith inga of stbility d the of 3 t he of the1 tee which inyestigate thevritanie as prepared In a AldenSmithvof of the committee Senator Smith t roads suphlics crLnnot reach the Jona r district before district before The Atchafalaya river Claimed sn railrdlTd drowned Ills parents hid sought refuge on the high ground at station the MARINE A Key West Fla May 28 defaehuieiifr hi lUO marines tier Capt C T E snil liietitehant IT Hviw here today from Tort Royal on a special rain Tliey were assigned States to the harbor Washington D C May ators Kern and 01 tceantisLofF mer contingent of the senate today telegraphed asking him to Senator Lorftner to state specifically Vhen hCj would be tocre scr ttot an so that an agreemont tp vote at an early datecan be This telegram was In reply to a from Senator Lorlmer to Senator Kern sayingthai behoped be able laxity Bpaction the viTjrld the fornian the distress signals were from the deck of his vessel a7ishort distance away America will leave otsastisement of those gtjilty assartT ed the Senator and might beprosecuted lor aralsde brief aere as v Before the Titanic her maiden voyage gcient equipment or Officersand crew strangera toj each other stbe ishipo implements drill or station and no had ibeen the The the miles an hourjaf tirrieTof A Passehgers were o the organized   

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