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FIFTY-SEVENTH YEAR. NO. 141.
THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. MARCH 31, 1908.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
TAFT GETS BUT LITTLE FROM THE
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION FOR THE
FOURTEENTH HELD AT MONMOUTH
Resolution to Substitute Name
for Cannon Lost,
105 to 17.
IS NOT EVEN SECOND
F. G. Allen and Judge Mack
Are Chosen as National
'Monmouth, 111., March 31. Secre
tary Taft did not even get a look In
at the republican congressional con
vention for the Fourteenth district
here today. The motion to substitute
his name for Joseph U. Cannon's for
the presidential endorsement was laid
on the table 105 to 17. Tha motion to
instruct for the war secretary as sec
ond choice went the sam& way C3 to
C9. Cannon's endorsement stood.
' .A Ilea a Delegate.
F. G. Allen of Moline and Judge D.
E. Mack of Hancock county were cho
sen delegates to the national conven
tion at Chicago, while F. O. VanGalder
of Rock Island and George Rayburne
of Warren county were chosen as al
ternates. J. O. Beasley of Macomb
was nominated for presidential elector.
The convention was called to order
at 11:30 at the court house and had
finished Its business by 1 o'clock. J.
O. Anderson of Hancock county was
chosen chairman and Postmaster H. A.
J. McDonald of Rock Island secretary.
Endorse All Way Through.
The resolutions adopted endorse the
national and state administrations and
commend the course of Senators. Cul
loiu and Hopkins and of Congressman
McKinney of this district. '
While the convention failed to in
struct tir Taft for second choice, both
delegates expressed themselves on the
floor of the convention as favorable
to the war secretary if Speaker Can
non fails to land the domination.
Mercer county stood solid for in
struction for Taft in place of Cannon,
while Rock Island county supported
Taft for second choice.
Go In Special' Train.
The Rock Island county delegates to
the republican convention at Monmouth
left this morning" at G:45 o'clock over
the Burlington. About CO were in the
pirants for the place has already vis
ited Denver either In person or by
representative and will open headquar
ters here during the convention.
The ,new Auditorium In which the
convention Is to meet ha9 never been
used for convention purposes before.
The meeting of the democratic con
vention will be the first gathering
ever held within its walls as it has
just recently been completed. It seats
12,500, cost $550,000, is cool and airy,
and is an ideal meeting place for a
convention. Denver has a large hotel
district and the convention hall is
situated in the midstof it. A few
minutes' walk from, any hotel in the
city is all that is necessary to reach
the convention hall and this circum
stance alone is regarded as an im
mense advantage for the comfort of
; r"-: v
Several Iowa Cities Place Mem
bers of Minority Party at
Head of Government.
TRIAL FOR COMMISSION PLAN
Moines, and Cedar Rapids Under
New Form of Administration
for First Time.
BADLY IN NEW YORK
Parsons and Odeil Factions Fighting
to the Death at the Pri
New York, March 31. Republicans
are today holding primary elections
to select district delegates to the na
tional convention and to the April
state convention. In the republican
organization today's primaries marks
the opening wedge in the fight to a
finish between Herbert Parsons, presi
dent of the county committee, and
Benjamin B. Odell, Jr., for many years
sta,te leader. There are strong indi
cations that the day will bring forth
disaster, and probably r violence in
several districts, so bitter is the feel
ing between the factions. While the
republicans have contests in the Four
teenth assembly district, there is noth
ing but harmony among the demo
WILL GUARD TAFT
Utmost Secrecy Regarding Secretary's
1 Movements in uity inis ween
Chicago, March 31. The Daily
News today says unusual precautions
are being taken by the iolice depart
ment to protect Secretary. Taft from
possible mishap during his visit to
Chicago this week. The name of the
railroad over which he will arrive is
to be kept secret and while he is in
(special car which was attached to Chicago the police will guard him con-
train No. 48, a number of politicians
accompanying the delegates.
stantly. During this stay Taft will
appear only once before the general
public, and that will on Saturday at
the Hamilton club, when there will
be a public' reception!
DAVIS HUNTS FOR
PEPPERY LAWYER congressman as pugilist
Des Moines, Iowa, March 31. A. J.
Mathis was elected mayor ; of Des
Moines by about 1,200 majority over
Eugene W. Waterbury yesterday.
The election was under the new
pan of municipal government by
which' all offices are abolished except
those of the mayor and four council
men, to whom are intrusted the man
agement of city affairs. Partisan poll-
tics did not enter into the fight, all
the candidates being on one ballot
Mathis is a democrat and all demo
crats supported him. About 15.WM)
votes were cast. The four council
men elected with Mathis are republi
The issue was chiefly whether
friends of the new system of govern
ment or its opponents should have Its
administration during the first two
years. Mathis led the opponents and
Waterbury its friends.
Mathis has been a police judge of
the city for four years.
Leaves Party System.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, March 31.
Cedar Rapids departed from the party
system yesterday and held its first
MINE PEACE IS
Indiana and Kentucky Report
Agreement to Keep on
HELD OUT I TILL LAST
Others Still Negotiating With
Prospect Jof Final
Terre Haute, Ind., March 31. It
was agreed today 4y a joint confer
ence of Indiana 'miners and operators
that the present wages shall continue
after today pending a settlement of
the scale. This means there will be
no suspension In this state tomorrow.
Scale Staads Ui Kentucky.
Louisville, Ky., March 31. There
will be no strike fit present in the
soft - coal fields of 9 Kentucky. The
operators and miner of western Ken
tucky adjourned uatil April 7, with
the present' scale ia effeck
Kxpeet Agreements Pennsylvania.
Pittsburg, Pa., March 31. The coal
miners and oneratorsSof western. Penn-
eiection under the commision plan of sylvania are in conference here today
city government, a mayor and four
commissioners taking the place of a
-mayor and 10 ward aldermen as for
Those elected were:
Mayor, John T. Carmody; council-
men, C. D. Huston, H. S. Keffer, E. A.
Sherman and Matt Miles
Council Bluffs Democratic.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, March 31.
The municipal ownership of water
works was the principal issue, in the
city election' yesterday. Robert B
Wallace, republican, who advocated
ownership, was defeated by Thomas
Maloney, democrat, for mayor. The
council will be democratic.
- Republican at Clinton.
TerTnToilTTow'a," March 31. All the
returns of election indicate the elec
tion of II. U. Crocker, republican, over
Dr. F. A. Ilohenschuh, democrat, and
success of most of the republican can
didates. 'No particular issue was in
volved. Demoerata Get Burlington.
Burlington, Iowa, March 31. The
democrats reelected Mayor Fred L.
Unteiklrcher and the majority of the
council. The republicans get the po
lice judge and three councilmen.
Thump of tha Big Stick Can Al
ready ba Heard by Those
With Ear to Ground. '
COMING BACK FROM GERMANY
Term of Service as Ambassador to Be
Terminated in a Hurry as Re
sult, of Controversy.
endeavoring to reach some agreement
whereby the miners will continue in
operation after April 1. The meeting
is strictly private, hut it is believed
an agreement will be reached.
Not Able to Decide.
Springfield, 111., March 31. The ses
sion of the Illinois Coal Operators' as
sociation, lasting until nearly 1 this
afternoon was fruitless of results
as to whether the operators would
close the mines tomorrrow pending
the settlement of the wage sale.
Another session of the association
will be held toiiight when a decision
will be reached.
Decide to Suspend.
Pittsburg, Pa., March 31. At a
meeting of miners and operators this
afternoon it was decided all miners
in the Pittsburg district would sus
pend operations at midnight until a
wage scale agreement had been reach
ed. About 30,000 miners are affected.
ThouMandn Will Quit.
Indianapolis, Ind. March 31. Many
thousands of Union coal miners will
lay down their picks and shovels in
Arkansas Senator Has Blood In His
Eye After Being' Slapped by
Little Rock, Ark., March 31. Uni
ted States Senator Jefferson Davis and
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Thomas
Helm became involved in an alterca
tion on the street here today. Helm,
it is said, struck Davis, and the latter
then went into bis office. Davis soon
reappeared and bystanders claim he
was looking for Helm.
Clark of Florida Comes Out Second
Best in Battle
Washington, March 31. Representa
tive Frank Clark of Florida engaged
in an exchange of fisticuffs with a
young stranger in the lobby of a local
hotel yesterday. The fiery southron
came out second best. The young
stranger, by accident, bruised Mrs.
Clark's hand in the revolving door.
His apology was refused, and in the
battle which followed Clark was se
verely thumped before bystanders in
terfered. - .
ANNA GOULD NERVOUS
AFTER FAMILY CONFAB
Former Wife of French Count Suffer
ing from Bronchitis and Stom-
ach Trouble, It Is Said.
New York, March" 31. Madame
Anna Gould is ill with bronchitis and
stomach trouble, in the apartments of
her frienda, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Morse,
in the Hotel St. Regis. Madame Gould
was said today to be In a very nerv
ous condition. She went to the St.
Regis yesterday after a conference
with her brothers and sisters at the
home of Miss Helen Gould.
MANY DEMOCRATS SEEK
I AMERICAN CAR AT SEATTLE
VICEPRESIOENTIAL HONORS World Race Leader Arrives on Steam
er and Awaits Instructions.
Seattle, Wash., March 31. The
American car arrived in Seattle yes:
terday on board the steamer City of
Pueblo from San Francisco. , From
the wharf the car proceeded to a hotel
at the head of a long procession of
automobiles. The car will wait here
for advices from the east before pro
Delegates to Denver Convention Ex
pected to Bo Generally Instructed
for Second Place on Ticket
Denver, Colo., March 31. This city
promises to be the scene of highly ex
citing times when the democratic na-
nuiiui convention meets nere July i.
Headquarters are being secured forceeding north
candidates for tne nomination of pres-
ident and vice president daily and it FORMER $PAKER ON TRIAL
nnnptra tnoro will ho a larcrn nnmhor I
"Jr""" v w auis LJL tSVl I v HnnHHam
of aspirants for the official plums of Charles E. Ward, of Michigan Legisla
te aemocratic party. ture Face, charges,
W. J. Bryan Is to be In Denver April Detroit. March 31. Charles E.Ward
G to deliver an address. Governor of Bancroft, Mich., speaker pro tem
jonn a. jonnson or, Minnesota is ex- at the ia6t 8egsion 0 the lecislature
pected at a la.ter date. Judge George Was today placed on trial here on the
Gray of Wilmington, Del., has already char of manRlfluehter in connection
secured headquarters here, from which with the deatn of Edltn prealey In a
to make a campaign for nomination local sanltarlum from the effects of
t . . r i j-ii i s 1 '
iur presiueui. eyivesier uuiuer, ueu- an operation Misa preSley was proof-
Leiiam Boveruor ot iNew xor. is ex- reader in the state senate
peciea to open neaaquariers nere aiso
within a short time and begin a.cam- Annual Meeting of Church,
paign for the presidential nomination, I Following the prayerrvices Wed
backed by the votes of the delegation nesday evening at the "United Pres
from the Empire state. " I byterian church the annual business
The nomination for . vice president I meeting of the church will be held,
seem to be one that" attracts morel Reports will be ' read and officers
than ordinary attention.' It Is doubt-1 elected for. the ensuing year. The
iuuu uiuuiary aLi.vut.iuu. il is uuuui-1 eitxieu lor. uie ensuing year,
iui u mere wm De a single uninsiruct-i annual meeting or tne LaQies . Aia so-
cd state delegation at the convention I ciety will be held Friday afternoon at
pledged on the choice of vice presi-lthe home of Mrs. Anna Ristau, 1009
dent and the selection of a man for 1 Seventh avenue. Election of officers
that position on the ticket will be will be held and the yearly reports , have been tightening their hold upon,
thoroughly spirited. A score oi as- read. - tthe people, Mr.; WatKtns of Lioulsi-
Washington, March 31. The career
of Charlemagne Tower as an ambas
sador of the United States will ter
minate earlier than he had anticipated.
He will be withdrawn from Berlin
by the president immediately after the
present tempest has blown over, and
long before the month" of August,
which he had fixed as the time of his
His successor will be David Jayne
Hill, now minister of the United
States to the Netherlands, whose nom
ination to the Berlin post will go to
the senate today.
Sternburg Sees President.
This became known last night after
Baron von- Sternburg, the German am
bassador, left a conference at the
White house called by the president
to discuss the "diplomatic muddle."
Secretary of State Root and Assis
tant Secretary Bacon were present at
At the conclusion of the conference
the following statement was given
"In addition to the communication,
already made public from the German
foreign office, the German ambassador
has also conveyed to the American
government the assurance of the em
peror that there has never been any
change in his attitude toward Mr. Hill
and his cordial willingness to welcome
Mr. Hill to Berlin.
Official Misunderstanding Denied.
"The emperor's favorable opinion of
Mr. Hill was communicated to the
Washington administration last No
vember and his attitude has never
Apparently some remarks In a
casual conversation .have been dis
torted by gossip and exaggerated by
humor so as to give a totally erron
eous impression of the whole matter.
"The two governments have never
shared this misunderstanding. The
design of the president and the secre
tary of state in choosing Mr. Hill was
to choose the man who of all the men
in the diplomatic service was best
fitted for this particular position a
position of the first order In honor
end responsibility and one to which,
therefore, it was deemed well to send
a skilled diplomat, a student, a
speaker, an authority on international
law, a learned German scholar, who
had served with signal ability as as-
DISAPPOINTEDJCANDIDATE FQR'TIIE A
SENATE IN MICHIGAN ATTACKS
WARNER IN SENSATIONAL LETTER
lions point strongly to a complete
shutdown of all the mines in the Pitts
burg district by tonight There was
a meeting between a committee of
operators and one of the miners yes
terday afternoon, where nothing to
ward getting the matters fixed up for
the recontinuance of work was ac
complished. The operators have come
out into the open and announce there
will be a close down of all the mines
in the territory, sending out 57,000,000
tons of coal annus lly,
MIND GIVES WAY
Henry Voss, Prominent in Y. M.
C. A. and Church Work, is
Declared to be Insane.
Arthur Hill, SWhom Governor
Denounced, Comes BackQ j
SEES A CONSPIRACY
Preparing to Seize Office
LOVE AFFAIR A CAUSE
Engagement With Galena Girl Said to
Have Been Broken Tragedies
In Family Circle.
Henry Voss, a young man1 who has
been prominent In church and Y. M.
C. A. work in Rock Island, was de
clared to be Insane by a jury in the
county court this afternoon. Judge
Olmsted deferred entering an . order
of committment to any Institution.
It was shown in the evidence at the
hearing tha Mr. Voss had been en
gaged to a girl at Galena, -where he
was for a time connected with the Y.
M. C. A., and that the engagement
had been broken. The love affair is
believed to have been the principal
cause of his mental breakdown.
Last summer Mr. Voss's brother
was drowned in the Mississippi, and
just before New Year's his" father com
mitted suicide. These tragedies un
doubtedly added to his mental strain.
In Churcb Work.
Mr. Voss is about 27 years old. He
is a native of Germany, but had lived
here since boyhood. v He was for a
time assistant to Dr. W. S. Marquis,
pastor jof- Broadway Presbyterian!
church and has for some tears been
prominently Identified with the Y. M.
C. A. and church activity in the city.
Ohio, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Okla- j sistant secretary of state under John
hema, Arkansas and Texas tonight
They will refuse, to work until a
contract has been signed by the oper
ators. In addition to these, many
workers in Indiana, Michigan, West
Virginia and Kentucky may cease
The Illinois miners, it is reported
from Springfield, were willing to con
tinue work pending the agreement,
but the operators decided to close
down until April 15 by which time,
it Is thought, the miners and oper
ators will have agreed. This same
action probably will be taken by the
Pittsburg district operators.
Wagea Not at Stake.
. 'There Is no question of wage or
principle at stake in the move and
technically the miners will not be on
ILLINOIS NOT SOLID
IN CANNON'S SUPPORT
Saginaw, Mich., March 31. Arthur
Hill of this city, a wealthy lumber
man, regent- of the University of
Michigan and one of the unsuccessful
candidates for election to the United
States senate a year ago, today issued
a 3,000 word open letter addressed
to Governor Warner sensationally at
tacking hini for his "invasion" of
Hill's "rights as a citizen," and sum
moning him "to the bar of public
opinion to answer for the wrong you
have done me."
Saya He Wanted Office.
Hill charges Warner with desiring
to be elected senator himself and with
having entered a political conspiracy
to secure his own election to the
United States senate at the time he
sent his famous communication 'to the
legislature announcing he was op
posed to Hill's election because of re
ports which had reached him of Im
proper methods used in Hill's cam
paign. Hurled a Bomb.'
"In vitriolic words Hill builds up his
charge of conspiracy and says the
governor "hurled a bomb Into the
great council of the state to disrupt
that council in order you might from
ruin pave your way to place and
NOBODY SCARED BY ATTEMPTS TO
HIT TRUSTS THROUGH REVISION OF
THE TARIFF, DECLARES DALZELL
Hay, and as foreign minister in two
successive posts, in the last of which
he had rendered marked service in
connection with The Hague Peace
conference. This purpose is, and has
cTways been, fully appreciated by the
emperor personally and in Germany
Rlch Man" Talk Ridiculed.
It was stated last night that the
purpose of the administration has
been to make it evident that the
great diplomatic positions are not to
be treated as positions to be held only
by millionaires, but so far as possible
ac rewards for faithful service to tne
public in other positions.
Nomination Sent In.
Washington, March 31. The presi
dent today sent to the senate the nom
ination of David Jayne Hill to be am
bassador extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary to Germany. . He also
named Arthur M. Beatrpre of Illinois
as minister to the Netherlands and
Luxemburg, and Spencer F. Eddy of
Illinois to be minister to Argentine
First Congressional District . Places
Him in Same Position as Taft
Is in Ohio. '
TO GO ON THE
BALLOT IN COOK
Enforcement of Sunday
Closing Loses Before
Washington, March 31. A resolu- j
tion was introduced in the house yes
terday by Mr. Fuller of Illinois call
ing on the ways and means committee
to report to the house a bill to repeal
ail duties on wood pulp and print pa
per, to the end that action may ne
taken thereon at the present session
"This multiplicity of bills and reso
lutions does not scare anybody," said
Representative Dalzell of Pennsylva
nia, ft member of the ways and means
committee and the tariff chieftain of
the majority. "There is no change in
the situation," he continued. "At the
commencement of the last session the
ways and means committee determin
ed there should be no tariff revision
at this session. Nothing has occurred
to change that decision." : '
Propone . a FUlbaater.
Representative SuUeKof ..New York
introduced a bill to place wood pulp
and printing paper ' on the free list
He said he proposed to make auk indi
vidual filibuster against all republican
legislation until the republan lead'
ers should' deeare their willingness to
pass such a measure. j'
. Describing the paper "trust , as one
of the "hydra-headed mopsterf which
ana made a plea for the immediate re
moval of the duty on wood pulp with
a corresponding reduction upon paper
made from wood pulp. The newspa
per, he Argued, was one of the main
civilizing agencies of the world, and
in this country "sheds light In 15,
"While today," he said, "the news
paper industry- is working in harmony
with organized labor, its operating ex
penses are higher because union la
bor is more expensive than unorgan
ized labor was a few years ago."
Tariff on All Prena Uaea.
There was, he charged, a tariff on
everything that wentJto make a news
paper.- "This," he said, "is purely and
simply a donation to the paper trust
and other printing interests of the
The newspapers, he declared, had
been patient, and forbearing, and long
suffering. "As molders of public opin
ion," he said, "they could almost cause
a revolution if they would."
"If the government continued to
perpetuate monopolies," he added, "we
will bid lareweii to state ngnts, to in
dividual liberty, to the equality of all
men before the law, and humble our
selves In sackcloth and ashes before
the plutocracy of the country, and,- as
suppliants, bow xlown before the
throne of our ruler.".- - -
strike, but. will merely cease work
because the operators, except in Indi
ana and Illinois, show no real inten
tion of meeting and treating with
The contracts under which thej. coal
workers now are bound to remain in
the shafts will expire at midnight to
day and no provision has been made
in the majority of the fields for-the
operation of the coal properties until
a permanent contract again has been
put into force. -
Mltcbell Ready to Leave.
John Mitchell, the retiring president
of the Mine Workers of America, is
here in an effort to place everything
in readiness before he quits his office
tomorrow, to be succeeded by ' Vice
President Lewis. The 'latter will
make several changes in -the official
force of thetanion.- - , ;.
No Agreement la Illlaota.
Springfield, III., March 3i.The I1U-
ncis coal operators and miners, in
joint conference here, yesterday failed
to agree on any course to -prevent a
shutdown pending the signing of na
tional contracts. The miners were
willing to work under the present
pacts, but the operators- announced
they would close down until after the
signing of new contracts. v . , ;;
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I .Pittsburg Pa4 March 31. -Indlca-
Chicago, March 31. -"Uncle Joe'T
Cannon's hopes of a solid "favorite
son" delegation from Illinois went
glimmering last night when the First Chicago, March 31. Justice Carter
congressional district elected two na- or the state supreme court decided to
tional delegates and Instructed them to I day that the appeal of the election
vote for Secretary of War William commissioners from the recent decis-
H. Taft. The action was taken de- ion by Judge Walker of the county
tpite a flood of imploring messages circuit court in the Sunday saloon bal
f rom. the Cannon managers at Wash- lot case, acted as a writ of supersedeas
iugton, who kept the wires busy for I and that Walker's order cannot be en-.
24 hours trying to splice the threat-1 forced. Walker's ruling, in effect, was
ened split, and it was put through by J to order the election commissioners to
Chauncey Dewey and Samuel A. Ettel- place upon the ballot at the election
son, county committeemen of the Sec-j to be held in April the question of
ond and Third wards, for the avowed J enforcing the state law providing for
"moral effect" it would have upon the I the closing of saloons on Sunday.
As Mr. Dewey phrased it, "it will INVITED BUT NOT TO SPFAK
counteract, me vuuuuu urguuieui mail
Secretary Taft Is not qualified as a Bryan Asked to Jefferson Day Ban.
cuuuiuuLe ,uausc ntr wuui buiiu i auet in New York Citv
delegation irom unjo. t New York, March. 31. While Wil
liam T Rrvan haa hNn InvitcH in at.
FOR GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP tend the dinner of the National demo
cratic club in honor of the birthday
Nova Scotia Legislature Asks That anniversary of Thomas JefTersnn.
Roads Be Taken Over. I April 13, he has not been asked to
Halifax, in. s., Aiarcn 6i. a resoiu- speak. The committee announces it
tion , calling on the dominion govern-J desires to make the dtnner purely one
ment to acquire all railroad lines lnjin honor of Jefferson's memory and
Nova Scotia and add them to the in
tercolonial system as branches has
been unanimously passed by the pro
from it all semblance of
SEEKING THE NOMINATION
YESTERDAY IN CONGRESS
Pattison of Freeport Seeks Demo
Freeport, 111., March 31. Douglas
Washington,- March 31. Following! Pattison, of Freeport today formally
are In brief the proceedings or the I announcea nimseii as canaiaaie lor
two houses of congress yesterday as I the democratic nomination for gov-
taken from th official records: lernor.
Missouri Rate Law.
March 31. General so-
SENATE The .passage of a large
number of bills of minor Importance
and an extended discussion or a mean
Snake river. Washington, occupied thel"citors or all me aiissouri raiiroaas
entire time of the senate.- The session I met here vesterdav and decided to re-
of a. ouorum. a motion to adjourn till me nsm againm tuc i. ceni r&l
today being adopted at 3:5 p. m. I law in Missouri. It is said that In-
arainst Gilford Pinchot. chief of the junction proceedings to prevent the
forestry bureau, were maae in tne i iuriner operation or tne tare law are
use yesieraay oy aiessrs. amim oil., u t t. tt, j 1 j
falifornia and' Mondell of Wvomioe. l" u .cueweu ireiuitr twerai juuso
during the consideration of the agricul- I AlCPCerSorJi at Kan6as; City.
tural appropriation Dm. Mr. smitn ac
cused him or enterina- into a secret un-i r- :i: , . , -
aptanrllnB- with th ritv of T-os An-1 mny r-n.iiica nwncics. t
geies with tne view to securing to tnei . wmcago, aiarcn 41, MeniDers or tU
city valuable - water risrhts - in tne ramiiioo .ii.' i.ia. .t,
n.n. river volloir nnln.t th in-1
teret or private parties having pnoriwaiay oy a- nre wnicn aesiroyea a lour
claims. Mr. Monaen aenouncea nim lor.
aa Vi t. AiarvAw1 lltAcrallv navtner th. I
penses of forestry officials in attending I Korta ciarK street. iNearly a score
fr"?""., Tba f men 'ere rescued by. flrfemen.
m. the house adjourned till today. . 'The property loss is" 530,000.