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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 16, 1912, Oakland, California SECOND SECTION I CLASSIFIED PAGES! VOL. LXXVII. OAKLAND. CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 16. 1912. NO 56. TAFT HOLD General Wood Holds Earnest Conversation With Sec- retary of War. Capital of Sinaloa Is Captured by Insurrectos, Word From South. WASHINGTON, April hension In official circles on the Mexican situation was indicated today by conferences at the White House, In which President Taft and tho cab- iiet, Huntlngton Wilson, acting secre- caiy of state, and Major-General .Leonard Wood, chief ,of staff of the army, participated. General Wood reached the White House soon after the cabinet assem- bled and held an earnest conversa- tion with Secretary Stlmson in an ad- Joining room. Wilson then -was sum- moned and the officials went Into the cabinet room. TAKEN BY REBELS. WASHINGTON, April can, the capital of Sinaloa, was cap- tured by Mexican rebels, according to state department, advices today. Guer- rero was added to the list of states where the insurrecto movement is as- suming greater proportions. It is now denied from Sallna Cruz, the western terminus cf the Tehuan- tepec railroad, that the line la being molested._______________ Castro in Canary Islands, Report Plans of Revolutionists Believed to Be at End, Say Officials. CARACAS, Venezuela, April The government has received official Information that ex-President Castro is now in the Canary islands, and that General 'Jose Manuel Hernandez, known as "El- the former leader of the Nationalist party, Is at Malaga, Spain. The government believes the revo- lutionary plots for the present may be considered at an end. Nothing old or shopworn in our new store Our Expansion Sale cleared our shelves of odds and ends. The new Furnish- ings for Men are direct from the maker to us. The CARROLL NECKWEAR and SHIRTS will continue to lead in quality and ex- clusiveness. CARROLL HATS AT Comprise staple shapes and novelties in Straw Hats, Soft and Derbies. STETSON HATS Are displayed in ALL the better grades. We are EX- CLUSIVE AGENTS for KNOX HATS. The Knox Derby is not though we show the low flat brims in other qualities. CARROLL SHOES AT to a new stock in the Car- roll holdovers. PAUL T. CARROLL THREE STORES. Oakland Store, 1124-1126 Washington, Just Below Twelfth Street. San Francisco Stores, 6SO Maiket Street 703 Market Street 25 Geary Street Accused Captain Makes Very Spirited Speech in Own Defense Before Jury. Becomes Angered by Cross- Exam ination of Assistant District Attorney. SAN FRANCISCO, April tain Michael Joseph Conboy, on trial for manslaughter for the killing of Bernard Lagan, took his fate into his own hands this morning, disregard- ing his attorney, and proceeded to argue In his own defense on the wit- ness stand In Sargent's court. He was under the fire of cross-ex- amination by Assistant District At- torney Brennan pud, angered at the latter's theatrical arguments and cross-fire queries, he debated with the lawyer for the benefit of the jury. Conboy had been asked regarding his shooting- of Lagan and had told of firing two shots at a wall and one shot directed at tha young man, who had been 8 feet away, but was close to him when he pulled the trigger. Brennan asked him if he didn't know it to be a fact that Lagan was far off and that the shooting did not oc- cur at all as described. Then came the defendant's explosion. "I don't know any such thing, Brennan, and neither do you, Tou know that I speak the truth- Tou know that you have the coat there with the powder marks on It. That is the best evidence that I fired close. Why don't you show that to the Jury; why don't you pass It around them? I had a suspicion 'cnat the young man was going: to wb me and that he was a pickpocket, and warned him off, and I shot him." The case may go to the Jury to- rn orrovr. Governor Johnson's Nephew Writes Open Letter to Rudolph Spreckefs. A. Laurence Johnson, attorney, nephew of Governor Johnson and grandson of Grove L. Johnion. hag become a La Fol- lette supporter and has written a letter to Rudolph Spreckels, president of the La Follotte League, In which he that to support Roosevelt is "to condone baso treachery." i Johnson gives the following reasons for opposing Hoooevelt: That Roosevelt at- tacked Harriman in breath and In the asked "my dear Harrlmon1' for extensive campaign contributions; that Roosevelt as President violently assailed the trusts in .words, but In deeds permit- ted greater amalgamations of wcalthHhan ever took place In a previous period of history: that while assailing the interests In his speeches, Roosevelt was accepting the financial old of George W. PerklJs of tho steel trust and Dan R. Hans, boss of Ohio; that while In office Roosevolt did everything he could to frustrate legis- lative reforms: that-prior to his campaign Roosevelt denounced tlio recall every- where !r California, where he was advised that tho measure would carry by popular vote; that while advocating tariff revisions Roosevelt saw to ft that none of it wae .done during his term of office, but left It to his successor; that when Taft raised the tariff Instead of towering; It Roosevc-lt had nothing to say on the sub- ject and has nothing on the tariff at the present time. Reaches Chicago and Refuses to Be Interviewed by Reporters. CHICAGO, April 18. COtenel velt arrived In Chicago this raorrlng and prepared to depart later for a tour of Nebraska and Kansas. A special train has been chartered. Dispatches criticising ColoneT Roosevelt and charging him with attempting "to disrupt tho party" were shown him. Colonel Eoosex-elt smiled anfl "I am feeling fine. I have nothing to say. Anything I have to say of political matters -witl hp salfl In my HARRIET QUIMBY FLIES ACROSS CHANNEL AMERICAN >T TO TAKE TRIP Tentative Designs for New School Buildings Are Considered. MISS HARRIET. QTJIMBT, the flrst woman to fly across the English' channel alone: She mado the flight today. Leaves Dover This Morning and Arrives at Har- delot Two Hours later BOULOGNE-SUR-MER, France, April 16. Harriet N Quimby, an American air woman, crossed the English channel from Dover this morning, landing at Hardelot near here. Miss Quimby is the first woman to fly across the channel alone. Her flight oc- cupied two hours. DELGER HOMESTEAD BLOCK IS SOLD FOR Valuable Central Property Purchased by Havens and Ltimert The property known as the Frederick est single holding in the central business F. Di-lger of San Francisco, has been sold I to Walter H. Lelmert and Wickham' for a conflidoratlon of William J. Lnymance, of Laymance Real Estate Companj, represented both buyer and soller. Tho size of the prop- erty la 175 feet on Telegraph avenue, with a frontage of B79 feet on the south line of William street and with a front- ago of 579 feet on Uie north line of Fred- BUTTER OtJR FANCY GOODS PRICES TOMORROW Butter, 2 Ibs. 63c Butter, 1 lb_ ___ 33o Eggs _____ 26o Royal Creamer; Slfl til Si.so per will be Immediately oft the property Is prominently known as a musical critic, having written for various journals around the bay. Deaf-Mutes Will Appear in Drama National Fraternal Society Plant Unique Production, at Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES. April un- usual stage drama presented by deaf will be offered In Los Angeles. Membera of tho Los Angeles di- vision of the National Fraternal So- ciety of the Deaf decided to take tJAt course to obtain funds to send dele- gates to the national convention In Columbus, O., in June. Tho drama selected Is "The Old New Hampshire TALLACHA, La.. April rains which have fallen here for two days Intensified tha sufferings of the flood victims, manys of. wholti have been without often without food since thVMiaslssibpl vaded this territory cars, upper stories, lodj're ttSi courthouse, high school tbulldins the jail are occupied by T driven from their homes. More than 2000 negroes who on the levees for twenty miles I __ of the Salem crevasse, many of then> without food since the Mississippi Three hundred .persons still are ma- rooned at Boats are being assembled and refugees will be 'taken to safety. CONGRESS MAKES' WASHINGTON, .April Senate today passed, the to appropriate In, addition to the already' provided ttt maintain and protect tha the Mississippi river against pending floods. The bill HOT goes to the who urges this action la a special message. Hawaiian Delegates Instructed for Ti of special organization of the lijftfv, al Republican' League, a NEW April D. Trenoe, chairman of tha com: tee tlonal celved the following from J. P. chairman of the Taft Republican Clmf of Hayall: i, "Taft League victorious. 1 Kuhio, Frear, Renton, and Molrin instructed for PIcasanton, Niles %and other places will bo in attendance. From presen indications It is apparent the meeting will be an overflowing one. Hundreds of women, many of whom have al- ready joined a woman's Taft club In this city, will be present. That tho great majority of women In this sec- tion are Taft Republicans is evident to those convprsant with tho political complexion of Alameda county. The speakers will deal with the great issues of the national political campaign. Following the meeting r frlllctf will Ipnvp fnr southern part of the state where he is scheduled to speak at many Taft meetings. Today the final details for the gathering Thursday night are being completed. Many prominent Repub- 'No Wedding Ring For Says Green Son of Richest Woman Declares He'll Stay Single Despite 1000 Proposals. CHICAGO. April Ed- ward H. K. sou of j.vlis. Helly Green of New York, arrived In Chi- cago last night and talked freely of, the many leap year proposu'is hn has j I received since tho first of tho year. I have received more than 1000 DRESSMAKING AND LADIES' TAILORING DEPARTMENTS FOR MAKING TO ORDER FROM THB1 NEWEST MODELS STREET, DINNER AND EVENING GOWNS AND MADE SUITS. SPECIALTY MADE OF BRIDAL OUTFITS, MODERATE PRICES PREVAIL, llcans, active in the political life of j letters from girls. Including women. county, are lending their Influence to assure tho .-access of the meeting. Congressman Makes Attack on Colleague Tr, AMll tho fUffi-t chargo th.it Mr. Mnnn, thf minority Ipst.lcr, had tT'rl a falsehood In nn ef- fort tc him, Graham of chairman of fruity flcffverTT n blf- fr on hli "olleigno Tho ot- K nut of Nfr Mrnn'q nllegn- n ,TK-> thnt rtiilrmnn old maldi nnd widows. In which they] boldly propoip marriage nnd trv to perstinde me that mnrrlod lifo with thorn would bf far grcatct hnpplnesi than for me to live hn "wild, "I nm IntereittHl In and these proposals do not Interest me. There are many changes In mother'i property In Chicago, and ttiat is what I am here for. No wnddlng ring for me right now." PABST LUNCH 40c SPORTING WEAR 3Utf Vbftf Sdttflf SPECIALIZES IN THIS ONE AND DIRECTS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE) COMPLETE LINE OF IMPORTED GOLF JACKETS, BLAZER COATS, INAWS AND APiGOKA SWEATER VESTS WHICH HWE NOW ON DISPLAY. COMPLETE LINK OF GOLF AND TENNTS HOSE, FOR MEN AND WOMEN. LADIES' GOLF SHOES. him to bn a ffrman. flcUVe Itt' Of He, 1.t fit RAN FRAXCIPCO. ;