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SIXTIETH YEAR. XO. 96.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1911. 1 EX PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
FOR DIRECT FLOUNDERS IN
CAPITOL IS LAND GRABBED MY RESIGN
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tuesday for Rock
island, Davenport, Moline
THE DEEP SNOW
FROM THE STATE
Cloudy tonight and Tuesday, not!
'much change- in temperatur The
'lowest temperature tonight will be! ,
about 20 degrees above zero. ' . ... n
Chicago Experiences Almost
Complete Tieup of Traffic
Property Along Lake Michigan
Worth $250,000,000 Seized
by Private Parties.
Missouri State House
Temperature at 7 a. m. 25. Highest nepUDIICail rrOOreSSIVe
Rebels Permit Reinforce
ments to Enter the
Velocity of wind at 7 a. m. 10 miles
an hour. j
! Precipitation 1 24 inches.
; Relatives humidity at 7 p. m,
a. m. So.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
WELL GUARDED NOW
League for Vigor
WIRES BADLY CRIPPLED
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Snn sets 5:19, rises 6:.9; moon sets
1:40 a. m.; planet Mercury visible 3 i
a. m., eastern time, all Jupiter's prin- :
cipal satellites close to planet No. 2
east and 4 on west being very near.
TO FORCE THE SENATE
Trains in North Central
Running Late Outlook
for Week Is Bad.
Burns When Lightning STATE committee finds
WAS OLD STRUCTURE
Le$rlslative Investigation of "MhiIc
lnd" Scandal Completed and
rteport Is Bcudy.
Wreck Train Carrying Federal
Troops and Bloody Fight
PROTESTS COME IN
tion Aims at Foundation of
.Manufacturers of Print Paper
j Object to Reciprocity
; With Canada.
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 6. Outgener- j
aled In tberfr efforts to prevent the !
entrance into Juarez of Colonel Rabago SEE RUIN IN IT FOR THEM
and 300 federal troops from the south. '
i Memliers of Congress, However, Take
Chicago, Feb. 6. Snow and sleet I
which accompanied last night s storm
Lodge in Speech Says Resolu- 0 otltiEued today to hampor traffic-
iy xwo-ixiiras ui mr noairu train ter
vies into the ciy could not be oper
ated, and there was hardly less serious
j ley lines met with almost insurmounta-
j ble drifts in the suburbs, and for a
"Washington. Feb. 6. An appeal to j time were entirely out of commission,
the country to assist in compelling the i grows wousk.
adoption of the resolution providing Instead of growing better the situa
for popular election of senators was is-! tion threatened to become worse, for
sued today by the executive commit freezing temperature set in and gave
Reported That Lorimer
Contemplates Quit- -ting
Feb. 6. Land, es-
J2ro.n0. "'. has
Had Been Agitating for Years 'be7 "rbed" 'ro,n tho ri,,,I': dH
main rf I lmn:u hi- r.rtvitu nf Ai-of e I
according to the report of the Chip-!
erfield commission vu submerged
HE IS URGED TO DO SO
to- Secure New One Many
Jefferson City. Mo., Feb. 6. The
state capitol was struck by lightning at
7:15 o'clock last night and is a total!
Penitentiary trustees and legislators ;
ouu two; cActuiivc wu iiii i. ucr iu& iruijriaiuic t- iu auu , i rcuiLruiidi ir waives au icr&io laiui .
tee of the National Progressive Repub- promise of havoc with the already over-J fought the fire, with Governor Hadley
n 1 rs i . r
lands, which is ready for present.!- nUOl ! OpeCCR L-OnSICierCU 10
tion to the legislature.
This huge sum will be doubled.
however, in the opinion of members'
of the commission, if tlie inquiry is j
extended to cover all navigable lands.!
river and coast lines in the state. I
C4N UK Rt'.l 0 KIIKI).
Have Turned the Scale
the revolutionists under Orozco are re
ported this morning to have retired to
.Sahimayuca. 25 miles Fouth of Juarez,
to replenish supplies of ammunition
and a wit reinforcements.
EI Paso, Tex., Feb. 6. The where
abouts of Orozco and the other rebel I
leaders and commands is puzzling the
federal officials. Members of the in-
Their Statements With
Grain of Salt.
WILL HE GET CAUGHT?
Washington, Feb. 6. The house
ways and means committee today re-
( oeived three protests against Canadian
reciprocity. The most important was
:from manufacturers of print paper.
surrecto junta declare the rebels ran Questions and remarks of members
out of food and water and had to with- ; seemea to maicaie mue sympatny
draw, but. will attack soon, and ihat wit-h this (protest. In Tesoonse to I
Orozco will be reinforced bv men from ; questions from Representative Bou-1
Ojinaga, east or her and others f rom : u ot Illinois, Mr. Hugo, representing!
the vicini'v f G.-tleana and Casa manufacturers, said the price of,
GrandcR to the south. ;I,rlRt r-aper in the United States went I
With the fear of an immediate at-,P r,?r tR passage oi me t-ajue-tack
dissipated, the tension in Juarez i Aldrich law.
Is greatly relaxed and business houses j merely back to normal..
opened again. i Hugo isaid the price was abnormal-
h ki M'ORrEMKXT i:TER. ' ly low during the tariff agitation pre
Rl Paso. Texas. Feb. 6. Colonel Ra- ceding the enactment of the Payne
hago and his command of Sou federals Aldrich act and the increase since its
entered the city of Juarez at 9:25 last passage had been due to a return to
night unmolested by the insurrecto normal prices
forces and were received with joyful
acclaim by the people of the city.
The star of the insurrecto leader.
Clark, of Missouri, !
wanted to know if the increase was
not due to "you gentlemen artificially
fixing the price." That Hugo denied.
Tasqual Orozco, who was to occupy. uu "sm.imi iuisin.
the city of Juarez by sunrise yester-1 The manufacturer paid that placing
,iv mnrninc. anoeara to be on the ' Pnt paper on the free list would
u.no iii nnilrr nf rtc!v hm otmhlcrt ;Bma9h the American industry
reinforcements to reach Juarez, and
the probability of taking that city is
now considered much
than it was Saturday.
RE I FORCEMEATS COME.
Other reinforcements, in the shape of
Navarro's column, are enroute from
Chihuahua, and it is expected here that
ttie federals will be able to hold the
city and that, knowing this, the insur
rectos will retire.
WILL HAVE AEROPLANE.
Washington, Feb. C. So far as an
aeroplane can discover. General Hoyt,
commander of the department of
Texas, will probably sofm be in posi
tion to determine the facts as to the
dell. of Texas, suggested that that was
what the manufacturers said would
more remote ! happen if the duty was reduced 18
' months ago.
A rkansa Meinlicr Get House Inves
tigation of Clash He Had With
Representative B. H. Chiperfield
of Canton, chairman of the commis
sion, is of the poinlou that the "made
land," which has been improperly
taken by private corporations and
concerns, can be recovered to
Washington. Tel). C According to
persistent rumor Senator Lorimer ia
to resign his c;it In the senate dur
ing the coming week. It 1st Impon
sil.N" t.i confit in tin- ai'cui'iiey of stati
nieiits made In thin coiiu ct ion. but
the they tome from such high source that
there b a disposition to give them
According to the report about 4 20 , credence. W hen !:e Inst consented
individuals, corporations anil clubs , to discuss resignation rumors, which
tare occupying made land along the
Lake Michigan coast line and the
Chicago river alone.
MI CH l C ITY LI MIT.
The report says that l.Slfi aires
have been taken illegally from the
Lake Michigan coast between the In
diana and Wisconsin state lines. Of
i this number 1.087 acres, beginning
' in a section of the Pouth Shore Coun
try club grounds and extending up
:the north shore to Kvanston. have
'been taken within the Ch'cago city
The Illinois Central railroad Is
charged with illegally holding too
I acres of this immensely aluable lake ihnt a
was several d;is ago, Mr. Lorimer
attempted to dispose ( th reports
by d''-larin'4 that to ics'gn would be
to admit guilt; whiih lie was not
ready to io. It m st.i e.. however,
by a member of the committee on
privileges and election, who pnrlie
'pated In the i n e; igt ion and who
.signed the majority report, that Mr
Lorimer would resi;:n and that thft
seti;te would not vote on bin case.
Mt.lOKITt 4.INT IIIM.
Mr. Lorii.MT has been informed. It
is said, that t '.o :i:euil in of the tn-
est iitii ' ing coiniM.'lee re certain,
since Mr. Knot i.-! i v i red Irs speech.
MAYOR BUSSE IS
; READY TO RETIRE
Not Co Candidate for lleelectioii
ill Chiciijri I'lenty Hf Others . ,.
w w - ti'wr Miiimiwi mum 1 m
n.aji t it y of t Ik
-t him and that lie
!ii-t fiii'tuls of (lo
on it'ioid in a V'i'i
ei essjty of
I Chicago. Feb. 8. -Mayor Btise an-
pounced toilay he woub! not be n
candidate before the primaries for
I reelection this spring. Alderman
j Charles E. Merriam. a Chicago uni
. versify professor, who headed the
..Merriam investigation commission,
and John H. Thompson, former coun
ty treasurer, are the leading as gr
ants for the nomination on the re
publican ticket. There are thrfe
democratic aspirants for the nomina
tion at the primaries, former Mayors
Dunne and Harrison and Andrew J.
Graham, a banker.
llcan league. Friends of the movement I strained telegTaph and telephone wires
are requested to wire or write their i in all directions.
"STRIKE AT CiOVERNMENT.
Washington. Feb. 6. Declaring the
proposed popular election of senators
strikes at the very foundation of the
Washington. Feb. 6. A remarkable
scene occurred in the house today
when Maoon. of Arkansas, arraiened
activities of the insurgents along the;tnR newspaperman, who. he claimed.
Mexican border. Conflicting reports ; Mnhl to 1nlimldate him .and dramat
make the situation uncertain to Amer- ; u.al, agked what rrotectioa meraber8
lean troops endeavoring to mainUin i h d The locident w the
neutrality. (outgrow th of a passage Saturdav he-j national government," and that the
Today General Wood, chief of staff, j tween the Arkansan and a newspaper plan violates the plans of the framera
let it -be known at least one aeroplane Correspondent whom he had denounce of the constitution. Lodge today Bpoke
umiii r i tii in t-i i i.i i i'i v -inin'ii id ti:h- . inn4 a a.
" , " . , 7, M- aiiim ,uc itojtopu amenameni. Me well-defined storm areas, passing
servation work along the Bio Grande. Thp h(l,lpfl adopt(,d R resolution pro-1 advised resistance to the uttermost to eastward across the United States
and another 'will be at.ded ,f necessary. vi(lln for an lnves,iKatIon of the lnd- attempts being made to change the from the Pacific ocean in conse-
TAKE ANOTHER TOWN. '(tent hv KliicnmTnlT t of tho iudic.i- methods of elecLine senators ! rrapneo rt nhlh norints rt fol. or. 4
Burlington. Iowa, Feb. 6. A blizzard
raged here the past 24 hours impeding
all kinds of traffic. Six inches of snow
TWO MORE ON WAY.
Washington, Feb. 6. The coming
week will be marked by a series of
personally conducting the battle
against the flames.
Despite their efforts the building was
entirely destroyed. Many of the gov
ernor's records and those of oJhcr state
officers are a complete loss.
W ATER PHESSl'RE WEAK.
Because of the Inadequacy of the
SHEEHAN JS TO STICK
Senatorial Candidate Says lsue Is
" Representative Government."
New York. Feb. . William F.
Rheehan has confirmed last n'ght the
interview given yesterday by Charles
F. Murphy, in which the Tammany
a; a 1 1
Ill It ION I1. 1 rl( I.LOM.
Wa.-lmig'oii. Feb. i; Senator Hur
toll of (hio Hii;iv iol e HuailiKt til"
(i.io; ! i.ui nl tlie i oi'uiiil ' ieioi1 e
oi ciiitltis Lorimer from chatges of brl-
,1 .Ui'-tneruie lie ;ims 4H-
'1ion to defend Cullont from !h intl
iiiatlou thai T !j 1 1 of Texas made Sat
urday '! n. i. -ins iim'.i to eleit
l.orinii r w ie the s ii'ie a-, hnd been
mployid ill the elii lion of Ciilloni.
WMM. 4.IT lOIIIM.M.
lies Mfinesi loi a. Ff b. t;. - Senalor
Young a nnour enij nmny u. wjl) vote
to ti'istat Lorimer an! :or tiie popular
can build forts
C. GM-tinH .strongly I rge I'r.i.
tei-r.nu the I'aiiMma Canal
(lOi'S t W'MSlllllgf 4I.
N'e-v Yolk. Feb. f, folotiel George
Goethals. engimer In chief i,f the
Panama caiiftl. has arrived here
from the canal zone in Ms way to
Washington. Feb. C. The capture arv rommittee empowered to summon; i
reacnea. anti no aid could he given han. Willing at one time to with
for some time by the local fire comr draw his candidacy for the I'nited
pany. The flames gained rapid head States senate, he is now in the fight
way because of the age of the build ' to stay. The Issue he now says 's
ing. The penitentiary fire department not "shall Sheehan be elected?" but
foul weather will follow in quick sue-(worked heroically.
firflltnp w-alla nn 1
v.. - i n . . ! .1 i 1 . .r T . . i . i i ri laaar at m,! . .. . . . . .
u hi an nr.ui.iMyuioin n .-cv.. ant fxamine wnnes8s unnn- oam aim f MnLIMIVItN I lb UrfcNbU 1 accoraing ro ine weekly j taking dangerous chances.
naeio, a town ci-i" ron. naiucMs, to n rK)rt by Feb. 1. j ; rorecast of the weather bureau. The. In answer to an appeal from th"
Texas, was reported to the state de- 1 Formal Oneninir of Rritih lnm.i. i first of these disturbances is now ! state officials, a sneeial train aas mafie
GIRL IS STILL MISSING1 ln lUKly Takes Plce. passing over the central states. An-, llp to bring the Sedalla fire department
I.(KS FIRT CLASH.
El Paso. Tex , Feb. 6. General Pas
qual Orozco. leader of the Mexican in
surgents who are a'taiking Juarez, di
rectiy aorosti the river from Bl Paso,
e-.?prday was defeated in the first de
cisive clash in the campaign.
Delaving his attack on the city
Orozco attempted to intercept the train
Ikvnothy Arnold at
"shall this state continue a
lie'ver in representative
HURTS BY LION ARE FATAL
London. Feb. 6. Parliament opened ther dlsturbanf e is due n the Pa-ito Jefferson City to fight the fire.
to Locate Trce of toiav ,, thfl I1Rft, rtkmnittm "sl ",a .w'" rrofr? ,uei NEEUKn NEW Bl u ,n. Brother of Howar.1 Grey. KnieliM.
Id at PhJladelphi.. ' . ... . miaaie west weonesaay or inurs-, Alriraflf,n fnr na v.,n. I'oliticiaii. Terrlhly Mangled.
New York. Feb. Miss Dorothy : ' memner, nay ana tne eastern states i nursday . - . ... ....
.t or tne rova honseho d rt n nmats arot or Fr itav Tho thlrrl d ctnrhnni-o nf i'"' .am. . .
constitutional amendment providln 6 - George Grey, a brother of Sir
for the erection of a new ttructure wan Edward Grey, the British minister of
Agitation for a new capitol building '
Arnold is still missing, and there is of roal household, diplomats and or Friday. The third disturbance of
no immediate prospect of finding . government officials. the week will reach the Pacific coast
i . . . i.i. ! In makinz the Hr lrtion n.r fottv, i bv Wednesdav or Thursdav and nro.
Of 1 , lfUIL& IU IUC i-UUlittlJ UUIWILU- i . .. ... " dfiQffd
Htand-ni? shp mav have hMn tn ' King if5-uorge used for the first time an i ail over the middle west to the last j
Philadelphia since she disappeared amended form adopted at the last ses-. "f 'he week. Marked variations in;
r.A fnr-i from her home, but she has not been n of parliament and which omits i temperature will occur during the
reinforct-menis to Juarez He sue located there, is not staying witn irMj:ui-nt reiereUi:e to me Lat.no-, -- uu. n --
ceeded in derailing the train in a small fiends, was not seen at a Quaker : : oiua ui.n us onensive to aa-, i'"
1 ft m ila t)-itt f fl hi it
cut near Bauche.
city hotel, nor was she kidnaped in j he ?nts of that faith
ct.r i,cu i,tr Qn a. u.v,ft!an automobile, taken to Philadelphia!
reaped from the trap and row is onind held for ransom, so far as Jier HAD MATCHES; TOT DEAD
liis wav to Juarez on horse.
Kody Found Several
KKBKIS WIN KISKVVIIKHK.
Wi'.o news of this temporary sue-;
cess of the federals was received here,
relatives and her father's
have been able to ascertain.
Hours After She Is Sent on Errand.
Keota. Iowa. Feb. 6. While on
IN FATAL TUMBLE
I Berlin. Feb. 6. Lieutenant Stein of
the German military aviation service.
Bishop Ryan Able to Eat.
Ph'lHdolr.hia t.h fi 4rhh4hnn
omer reports told or insurgent victor-' Ryan is a little stronger this morning.1"" " l" ,u" An;the militarv aviation field at Doeber-
as killed while making a flight over!inners in corlli grain and fieed com.
water pressure the fire could not be leader said he would stick by Shee- Washington to report t' the appro
priation coinn lltio of the house m
fortification of the canal.
"I favor fortification." said the
colonel. 'Those who l.eleve t)ift
the navy is f, jfli' lent fo defend the
canal fail to recognize that a navy
hhould be a weariim of offense in ac
"The canal will !m ready for the
official npening ,:: Ian. I. 1 1 If.. The
corif rofe work should be finished by
July I. and the ranal will be
fit to receive 1 ra flic then, but the
woik of clearing up will' fake at
least a year."
Colonel Gof-thaU said that there,
row- h in the .'ine a working Tone
of about .'o. men. "Our organ
'za'lon." he added, "i:. 'ti'lrely rap
able of building the fort ifn a t ionn."
ALEDO PROPOSES TO
DO SOME BOOSTING
liUMiM Hfe Men W ill I . lio.v (IoiiiiiuuI li
livample tn .Making lip Hur
Ilic It. I. S.
The building waa erected in 1S3S
and cost $500i00 In 1887 the build
ing was remodeled at a cost of $250.
000. This is the second state building
destroyed by fire.
ILLINOISAN WINS A PRIZE
Monmouth .Mian Han Be.r Clover
Seed at National Com Show.
Columbus. Ohio, Feb. 6. Prize
foreign affairs, d'ed during the night
at the hospital here, to which he was
ren. nved following his encounter
wiih a lion last Tuesday.
Mr. Grey with several compan
ions was stalking lions near the
Athi river, when he separated from
the others and was suddenly m-i
upon by a lare beast. He was bad
jly wounded before his friends could ;
:come to his rescue.
I after a good night, and took solid food.
Bishon Whltaker of th- Protestant ; rora Anaerson. stoppea to play with
Friscopal diocese of Pennsylvania, i matches on the porch of a neighbor's rrn jp Jinnq TQ AMnilNT! S'ephen Henry of Melrose. low
rouse, tier t narrea roay was round,-- . a ,
a few hours later when ier mother
went in search of 'her.
quite ill with gTip, is resting easily.
BLOWN OUT TO
SEA ON THE ICE
ie in ether places.
Aiv.ces from t nihuanna say that a,
special train has arrived there from ,
the northeast, bringing many wounded
from the vicinity of Coyame, Chihua -i
hua. whre the rebels defeated the fed
erals and killed 107.
THOlirn kll.l.KP IN RF.CK.
When the train beaxirg the federal '
troops was derailed at Buacho. a largo !
number of the men who were in the j
first cAr behind the engine were killed j
ct injured. i
Orozco ordered his men to fire a vol-:
ley into the air to develop what part
of the train was occupied by the fed-1 Helsingfors, Finland. Feb
trjus. .i-n oegaa to :ump orr tnetram . entire fishing village of 253
c tie? OrAT'A ji.ti- ... . . ....
i uisuu-. Wntcn bad nen estebiished on the i
guish who were soldiers and who were ice outside of Fjorke sound, was car-!
lot. oraered a?.o:her harmless vol ey , ried out to sea in a gale Friday night.
Cred The insurrectos immediately re- The disaster was not discovered un-
tiren to watcb the situation until day- til mcrning. when the village was j tion of a large dock at Esquimau to!
1 ght. thui giving an non-combatant , out of sight. Boats have been Efr.t;be rsed In the building cf Canadian!
to tne rescue, ou
: itz today. The machine fell.
j petitions at the national corn show.
, have been announced. j
and Jerry Moore of Winona. S. C. '
Says Her Face Was Slapped.
Ben Upman has been arres'ed and
placed under $200 bond3 on a charge of
j assault and battery preferred against ,
i him by Miss Sara Her6chberg. The
' trouble between the two occurred Sat-'
i urday and the young woman claims .
Arniy A ppn priati on . However, ftill j boys of 15, who won prizes offered
Under That for Present Vear. j by tne eecretary of agriculture for
v aeningion, hen. t. ine army ap
propriation bill was completed by the
senate committee today, it carries i
best productions per acre of corn,
were awarded an automobile and a
I Aledo 111 . Feb f. - Imperial
The "Aied' l.'.ociers" plan, to rhar
tej ati d' lrli- liain and -o over tin
tiew ft. I. ,s. road in ihe ear future.
fie "bros'ers " in'-.jd e.ery b'itl-
iiesn mar. or A!e-io and the Al'-do
band will ar'i'upariy lfo:r on their
; that Upman slapped her In the face
j with kis hand. The case ia to come
6. An I up for hearing again Saturday after
$93.7.5M, anincrease of $612,200 over jrlbbon, respectively, for their show
the house measure. A saving of $1,-!in ot possible production on one
761.92 is shown from the amount ap-!arre- Among first prize wir.ners in
propriated for the present fiscal year. ,he "orld competitions were:
Oats Fred McCulIoch, Belle
men, j noon.
trip and give a nhort coiicrrt at th
lien Moines. Iowa, Feri 0 -fudge vatioii.-, htops t.n the way All are
Smith MrpherKori, in the federal alive to the fait, that tie r,w road
court, today, ord'red the receiver for lu'-ars greater oj.pijrti,nitie f-,r
the Fort Oodge. Ies Moines & South AU-do as a trade renter for a largs
: n to discontinue Mrrvice on that ee-; scope r,f r-ountry, and no efforts w ill
tion between Ites Moines .function and ; be spared f,y ti e ;,?, pie to make the
Newton. The court thtt th'H jr- j moni of the sj-uat'on.
F-urgv. tion of the road was ' hu.li to II to
ifome other company, whirh sale , o.J ifJOT RASIS FOR BANK NOTE
CCccti.nued on Fge tlftht)
Drag fr Ashhurst. (Plain. Iowa.
Atlantic City, X. J . Feb. 6 De-i Timothy seed H. W.
tectives and boatmen dragged the:outn Amana, Iowa.
water under and around the million- Oover C. E. Rusell. Monmouth. : not n" brought avwt.' Capi'allv t
, . jdo'lar pier yesterday wi'hout discov-'1" were deluded with the idea tht town.t i Trea"ur Bill lU laiing to I'aiutina
. Canadian Warahipt. tering the body cf Postmaster Rich-i Clover seed Fred McCulioch. i and junction were not nereHEir'v to; Canal !louli fm"i-n Scnair.
:ctOr:a. B. C, Feb. 6. Work ard I.. Ashhurst of Philadelnh'a Belle Plain. Iowa. 'rurtain the railroad" Also that "It ix I U uh r.vir.n vvti i; -Tli- innmrv
will begin at once on the construe- j ! , !ouite liVelv the oromo.or A a hand-Idei.ariment hill nrohibltin the ime of
Another Kansas Robbery. j General Cronje Dead. .some commiesioii, jis ;,ll railed a Panama canal bonon as necurlty for
Lin wood. Kas.. Feb. 6. Robbers oar-i Klerksdom. Transvaal. Fch B. (
" uvi re- -warsnics tor ice iacinc. accoreine to iv tocav hlew nn the sare or te State ral Ptt a. frnnte tho nni vt- T-h a
word received from Ottawa.
btak, secured $l.S0O ad escaped.
the court figures, 'ate tod.iy. It has bot actd upon
i general, died Saturday at the age of 74. r f 575,000 less than represented." the hou.-,