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SIXTIETH YEAR. XO. 97.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911. 1 EX PAGES.
PKICK TWO CENTS.
IN NEW YORK
i Forecast Till 7 P. M. Wednesday for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline
i Cloudy weather with light snow
Fnn HfPnniRin tonight or Wednesday, warmer with
I ILJ iRf ! I 1 1 1 1 p? 3 JZ ' the lowest temperature tonight about
LI IB I'll HlJIi til WlJi20 degrees above zero.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 7. Highest
(yesterday 2 8, lowest last night 7.
Velocity of wind at 7 a. m. 5 miles
Gou!d-D ecies Nuptials! Crepitation none.
i Relative humidity at 7 p. m. 79,
at 7 a. m. 100.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Bring Society Out
HEIRESS GETS A LORD
fFrom noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Sun nets 5:20, rises 6uS; moon sets
i 2:53 a. tn.: planet Mercury risible, low
I in east before sunrise; S p. m.. Mer- !
eury at descending node, crossing
j sun's path downward.
Government Objects to Im
munity Bath for Big
OFFENSES ARE RECENT
STORIV! DUE FOR
Bill Which Has Passed House
Will Be Reported to the
DEMOCRATS OPPOSE IT
Not a Few Republicans Also Lined
Up Against It anil Friends Are
Elite From Both Sides of the
Atlantic Attend Interna
Work of Day in Congress
Right to Violate Sanctity
of Grand Jury Room.
New York, Feb. 7 Society
"Washington, Feb. 7. The house to-
j day passed the senate bill providing
Claimed That Court Has No!for iaspect,on of i" uer9
on interstate ranroaus. ice dwi was
approved today both by tho railway la
bor organizations and the railroads
TARIFF BOARD WAVRRS.
Washington. Feb. .. Following are , The bill to create a tariff board.
the proceedings briefly told of the two j Chicago. Feb. 7. Arguing that the1 which has already passed the house
houses of congress yesterday. sanctity of the grand jury room must j will probably be reported out of the
kvte in the pnato th chief be heid inviolate, even by the court j senate finance committee next Thurs
: m?3 .S&w T oppoK.V nTo V i which created the grand jury, assist- day to face the opposition of prae
froni u)ar i,.tti.in "f i i'.if'i statfs senators, ; ant United States Attorney Wilfcerson tically all the democrats and not a
both fides of the Atlantic gathered in . t Mr-, Hurt.,,, of oh-;.. P'w'js : took up again today the plea of the few of the republicans. The most en-
... ..v n ..vumj tl,r ;rorn lilinois. I laner pari to uic
nuptials of Vivien Gould, daughter of sess'on was devoted to the army appro-
. . , , , . . , , . , T, iti.i Ljt'r:
ish nobleman and army officer, at 4
o'clock this afternoon in St. Bartholo
mew's Episcopal church.
Three thousand persons were invit
ed to the church ceremonies. Miss
Edith Gould, sister of the bride, was
maid of honor. The couple will sa:l
6hortly for Egypt, where they will re
main until leaving for the coronation.
THE KI)l)IXi OOW.
The wedding gown was of white
satin, embroidered in white and silver,
with designs of Faster lilies. The
train is five yards long. Over the
wholn gown was a ve.! of tulle caught
up w ith orange blossoms.
The wedding- present, said to be val
ued at more than $100,000, will not be .
shown at the wedding reception but Senator Jones. However, Asserts II-
permission from the feieral comman-1
der at Juarez to operate on the bat-i
WIN BATTLE TEN KILLED AT
I POWDER MILL
Rebel Reinforcements for
Orozco Were Well
WHIPPED A REGIMENT
Gelatine House of Pluto Com.
pany at Ishpeming', Mich.,
GUN COTTON IS INTACT
(Shock Fails to Set It (Iff Two Die
j When ia Filled lluc Near
j Klein Blows l'p.
British Threaten to Make
Trouble Over Reciprocity.
Attack on Juarez Delayed
Government Does Not Ad
mit Meeting Reverses.
MAY DEMAND A VOICE
EH Paso, Texas. Feb. 7. Revolution
ary forces under Orozco are at Flores"
ranch, 15 miles southeast of Juarez,
this morning, awaiting reinforcements.
Americans arriving overland from that amite was stored.
j Ishpeniing. Mich.. Fib. 7. Aii explo
: sion of dynamite at the mills of th"
; Pluto Powder company, located three
j miles south of here, at 4 o'clock es
, terday afternoon killed ID men and ser
: iously wounded another. The cause of
the explosion is unknown. '
All of those killed were cmplocd in 1
the gelatin building, in whiili the dyn-
Dcmocratic Members of Con
gress Agree to Stand by
place last night state the reason Blanco
HO v IZ In the houso ttipre wan a
:inliniHtion f til-; sensation sprtinjr rty i
Mr. Macon "f Arkansas on Saturday,
nhon he di.nuurn-cd a member of the j
pre gallery. Protection was demand-
fl tv Arkarn. An "Rveptipatton .
vhv ordi-ri-ii. A Ivll irtrodueeit by Mr.'
iP-tivon provi i! nu: for li: punishment j
of fortitfn spies Wil passed. ;
UP TO THE CLERK.
In spite of the terrific force of the
explosion, it failed to touch off the con
tents of the gun-cotton house, located
onlv ft hundred feet distant or snmj
dynamite in the arms of a man ap- U s,aU,,, ,ho '" secretary :l
loiidon. Feb. 7 -The United Statcs
t'anada reciprocity aureeni' nt imt'i
pi"s a commandi place in the mind
of member of trie new commons. It
Senator Fletcher Declares That !
Lorimer Has Not Been j
Proven Guilty. j
SAYS WHITE IS ''THE LIMIT
linojsan Stiould He Ousted on
-Contending it j
hail not been conclusively shown that j
even one corruptly influenced vote
had been raM for lxrimer in the llli-
are being packed for shipment to En
gland. MOB VI R l-'.ll K K S A I..
New York. Feb. 7. A crowd of
curious people, dressmakers and pro
fessional and amateur photographers,
besieged St. Bartholomew 's church
yesterday afternoon in spite of the.
wind, snow and the barriers of po
lice to get as near as possible to the nois legislature. FbM'her of Florida,!
rehearsal for the wedding of Lord member of the committee on privileges j
Decies and Vivien Gould, which wili:aIlj ciecijoas. Uihy ailressed thq yu-j.
take pifiifr-trnermmK-ist "i'-u ,,ntr ,.f ihi'mmlrSp'"'!'
o clock. : port pxoneratintc Ijorlmer.
Ample preparations for keeping
Bucn a crowd awav todav had been j
, made, but no rehearsal mob had been I F.r L rued that "four member-,
anticipated and the police had all rf the ls'ature had testified to re-
they could do to keep the general ceiving money as a consideration for
(public from crowding right into the;,hfir votes." denounced Legislator
I proceedings. 'White as "the limit" in many "disrep-
; ."-Reserves were hurriedly called ' "tatle direrMons," and stoutly defend
i trom the East Fifty-first street sta- d lyrimor against the charge of
j tlon and formed a solid line at the knowknie of bribery,
j awning entrances across the side- j ri.amr jackpot.
walk. People used all sorts of ex- I The niinois legislative "larknof was
ruses to get past the line r-f police-1 today he)(, ,,y snator Jones regp0ngi.
ble for any corruption that may have
! occurred in connection with election
of T ri rr t r Hi PTrinurafpfl Tftrimflf
i trouble by screaming that she was a , . .. . . ,
I , . . .? . . , ' from participation in the alleged
communicant of the church and , . ; t
, iicsutir, hi tut m udLuniii eif'C'iioii, out l
UEOIM F.X RICH.
One woman made a whole lof of!
tfei m H.IH1MO
proaching the gelatin house at the
! time the explosion occurred.
j TWO KII.I.KII IN HOI K.
i Chicago. Feb. 7. Tun men were
killed and II were injured seriously
! yesterday afternoon when a house oc
j cupied by .lohn Schultz ynd family
; was blown to pieces in a gas explosion
at CarpentersviHe. six miles north of
i Elgin. A gas main in the basemen;
had been leaking for sveral hotirs.
be requested to ask the Canadian gov
ernment to postpone ratification of tho
agreement unci an imperial confer
ence has been ticid.
fu iiK.ii t i i i io.
Members are also anxious to know
whether the Hritlsh cabinet wa con
sulted in the ne-'othitiors between
Waf hiimtoii and Otawa. and if tie
wii'ted kingdom vIU be a'de under the
Schultz. who is among The injured. .... , . ... .
. . .7 ..... l nlted Staten Bf (lie same tariff rntc
1 was faved from immediate death in
the fumes that filled the buildintrs only
by the eiforfs of his w iff and a neffh
' bor woman. Mrs. .John Kroeplfn. Th
Howard Mann, employed by the
j Western I'nited tlas & Electric co:n-
pany of Ihindee.
! Adam Oberst. etnp'ord by the Illi
nois Iron &. I5ot works, Ciirpent- rs
I'm it o Kit otin.
The explosion took place at 12:1."!
o'clock afier four men had been over-
j come by gas in an effort to investigaie
the leaking main in the basement.
. Howard Mann was lying within mi ,
! uuscious from the iim s and th'par-l
ty just had entered the house to go to
; h's rscue wlien ihe escaping gas was
ignited from a burning kit ( u stove,
j T he house was rent apart on all sides.
j iii'i.UTiii:rki:ii, '
I Ferry. Iowa. Feb. 7. The Ferry un-,
! plant was wrecked today by an explo
sion which blew out three walls of tin-
Sammy If de clerk in dat store' will sell me dat valentine, mo love, it's yours.
went before the investigating body and
: "w ant tti tri pn in to n rn v
Tho ,11, wtw time opposed Ixirimers re
iLord house for mo. kerv and van- , tonrion of h:s SPat on thp "nd thai . testified should not run against pro
' 1ty. Thev are crowding the true 8rne volrR cist for him had been pro- ! secution on offenses alleged to have
worshipers from the temple." she ' curen iraua
None of the church authorities
recognlxed her and bhe was shut out
lis an impostor
HARRY THAW'S LAST
WOMEN'S VOTE MAY
OUST MAYOR GILL
occurred since that time.
MO RIGHT TO INQIIRK.
He argued the court had no right
to inauire what testimony went before
! HOPE SWEPT AWAYthe gTand J,lr'- or the anner of its
i deliverance, because of this promise.
' . ' He held the packers could not claim
appeal i-mtn iiedAion ixeeplng Him
government that the immunity bath j thusiastic supporters of the bill not! has not already joined Orozco in front i
given the packers in 1905 because they ! sajiguine of success. j of Juarez was that he has been fighting I
J the ISth federal Infantry, and that it is
j currently reported in Casa Ciandes
i that the lsth Infantry was practically :
! annihilated and Blanc o would at ome
advance north. i
! ttiiKT nrmri m;ht. i
First Conference Between Warring i ej paso, Texas, Feb. 7 Everything
leaders Held on I". S. War- w-as quiet in Juarez throughout the
as lire enjoyed by Cantnla.
Was'nin,"toii. Feb. 7. - Secretary of
State Knox has written Chairman
I'tiyne, f the !;oii-o was and means
ct mmftfee, that an .-i mnd ment to th
wood pulp or paper s-ctlons of the
C;,n.Tl!:!i tiad. Hgn-cnr'nt, would not
iif i's:.a: il.'' delav its ratification Th
pajer tutikers wstit free tulp wood
!ogs If paper i. ;i!init ted f r e
in: vh i i wii.i. it.
WnshiiiKton, Feb. 7- Favorable nc
tien by the bonfe on th ' a 1 1 . 1 1 i n 1 1
reciprocity Hren:ein was assured lift
rig'M when the caucu of d"niocra't''
u -iu:c-.f nUl Imj -Jur na I : y i!edg'd th1
pi't'ty to vote for the aKteement.
Tbr- revolution endorsing the Cana
dian (irn f ir.t li' a carried. !"1 to 21.
tin tiypiitiii of Mr. Clark of Missouri
the action of the ca ic us was made tin
n ti 1 1 1' i ; i
M ' than T'ir ;:: tended tw raueu-,
Chnntp Cl.-uk. il: finoiily leaibr. aai
I". " "" r I ii-i' i oot of Alabaitui. who will
lie fl'jiirniaii of ll.e was ami niearn
romtni"ce of 'he next congrer-", mid
who will '"-111 wof! on schedule bv
scht-dul" i-isioti of tie- tariff as soon
ap this congress adjourns, b'd th-
I ' mov' tnei'i i(l iMl' :se the reeiproiltv
i Remains of Gen. Henderson ' acreement, !,ob t them derianug for
Will R T?,,r-,l of r ! l'. i.nieauj.
ton, Bureau County.
building. The cause is not known.
AT HIS OLD HOME
PEACE PLANS E0R
m in'i'ti-i; v(iu:ur,i.
Mi stir?. Hammond of .Miiuo sot n.
1 Firantley of Coornln. Webb of .N'oith
DIED AT WASHINGTON, D. Cn t'Tn
: ley iii L' d pos; ioiil.,g all such l glnhi-
Sercd Manv Vin in ivnim-k, it.-rw. '"" ' ' ongrf s rather im i
- ' i
in Asylum rHsniisMd by tlie
Jleavy IVll in Seattle Kleriion for j
Recall on linrgc of Catering
immunity at this date, for offenses
charged with having taken place sub
sequent to the time of the immunity
I bath, because of testimony they gave
: at former investigation.
Aio&ny, .v y., e&. 7. Harry K.. j .
Thaw's appeal from the decision of the j -t -7 HURT
appellate division adverse to his con- " ' nun I
tention that he i being Illegally de- j
Seattle. Wash. Feb 7. The elec- tained in hospital for the insane!
tii.n fn- t)c i-untt of Mavnr c.in at Matteawan has been dismissed by i
-itv, rrMi.in. .itv f.w- the court of annftaJs. This Drajctleallv : Peoria, 111..
relenting HUtricl Incliidiiig
t'titiiiig o'l the h'atiiie b'Miks a measure
that win. Id i.seil by the r' jijlli .tii
as camp.iig'i mater inl.
Puerto, Cortez, Honduras, Feb. 7.
A preliminary conference relative to:
the armistice In the Honduran con-i
fl tot was held aboard the Tacoma yes-:
terday afternoon. Conferences on thej
1 night. Rumors of attempts to pass
j machine guns and ammunition across
:the border to the insurectors were cur
rent but could not lx confirmed.
K.XOHKS THK FACT. !
E! Paso. Tex.. Feb. 7. Regardless
of tiie fact that i;0 soldiers and
women are now lying wounded in
proposal of the United States for thejJuarez hoSpjtal, victims of fighting
111 ovgui in near Juarez Sundav. circulars were
Broken Switch TCTice Is Blamed for !
a Collision Near I'eoria.
Feb. 7. Seventeen
RAIL CLASH I cessation of hostilities
! earnest tomorrow.
ornmunt in tho intric rf a vica svn- BWfpps iwav his last hone for release. ! residents of Pekin, Paris, Peoria,
dicate, is iu progress today with a 1
heavy vote. If Oi'd is defeated it will PRISON
be hiy th 'women's vote.
! Former Pi M master Sentenced
STATE MERCHANTS MEET rmiiit of Fund.
. Cincinnati. Ohio, Feb. 7. Frank L.
Eureka and Bloomington were in-j
jured early last night when two pas-;
LAW IS ADOPTED
distributed, in the streets of Juarez
today declaring Robago on Sunday
Washington. Feb. 7. The remains
of dtDcral Thomas J. Henderson of
1'niK.otoii, 111., the boyhood friend
of Abraham Lincoln, who died in
this city Sunday, have been forward
ed ( : interment in his home town.
fiettt;..! Henderson had a long and
bril;iat career in congress, serving
from the 4 4th to the o.'.d congresses
!r)cli.si, and beaded many impor -ant
committees. lie probably v;;:
defeafcj the rebels with heavy osH!,nf survivor of the ent h usi.iPf
fnd himself sustained onl one kill- ' h,-i'!' Lincoln in the u-ki-
od and four wounded. Also that ,'atiiie of who voted perfisteril v .'rJ, r;,iH f(f f
Orozco, the rebel commander, wag and worked arduously for Use election i(,in.ii , fe,t.
Des Mninen Towa. Feh 7 Th ion. a ' surel . ki'led in Sunday s fTghting. of Lincoln as I'nited S ates senator.
WILL BE DEFEATED
I Iniineil lu,r (..1I1 ' biir;i Will oe
Again-! Change it I'i.'I.m'
l ,le (1011.
:ah'si.utg. III. n-!. 7 light vt.t
if being polled ie the )' ! 1011 lo-l'iy 011
the fpe.fjoii of (;a)"uurg adopting t.i"
cfinitiiis.' ion form of go ern 'tu-u'.
movement, ,t j
I. . WII.I. 1XETH.1K.
h 01 1 Re t oH A v rk9SRd The Cirasr.-n nri. i
iRencer mntnri on the Peoria V.l&r-: . .'
for!,H. Tm.t r.n.. .,1 Mil. S2 to IS. The btH will not Washington. Feb. 7-The
open switch at South Bartonville. A j be ffective in the present contest for .that Mexican federal troops fired upon
broken switch devic was the cause (Pena,or to fll1 the Dolllver vacancy. ; an American under the Red Cross flax
lYrnidfiit in Spprrh Crge Closer Be-' Higgins. former postmaster of Sault,The injured were taken to the hos-! .during the engagement near Juarez
laUons Iktwiwi Or2iiij.Uons. ' Ste. Marie. Mich.. miM serve 14 ' pital at Peoria. The two motormen I 0RI M FR H AS A SORF . Sunday will ne investigated by Amer-lUx-kford.
111.. Feb. 7 The annual months' imprisor.m;nt and pay a fine;jlimFerl before the contact. j ! ican Ambassador Wilsfm at Mexico
conventkal of the Rcta'l Merchants of J1.11S, according to a decision of! CAD. Wf Afl rl R CD ! Ci,y- upr,n instructions from the state
L.nu, liu i JII UL.I1 department.
It 1s declared Ir. Bush, of Kl Paso.
I Brownsville, Tenn
associatlcm of Illinois op n d here to- the I'nited States court of appeals to ; McGovern Not Dying
day. In the annual address President day. Higgins was convicted of em-j Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 7. The re-j Washington, Feb. 7. Senator Lort-!
Joesting urged more practical rela bezriement of government funds. 1 port in circulation that Terry McGov-! mer has been suffering severely for the i
tlons between state and he;U hodies. i
S63 AUTO HIRE
FATHER COFFIN MUST PAY
;ern is dying here is unfounded. Mc-'past day or two with a painful abscess i while attending a reoel wounded, un-
Govern is quite sick, but physicians i in the ear. He was not in his seat der the banner of the Red Cross, was
express the belief he will be able to j today. An operation may prove neee-;fred upon four times by federal forces.
Tiva Plulanthnopijit trdt.red to Give
j Hie. Wife Alimony.
I Fort Dodge, Iowa. Feb. 7. Jndge
Wright today held that -Father" L. S
jCoSr., the well known philanthropist,
! must pay his wife SloO a month all
! mor.y pending the hearing of her peti
; tton for separate maintenance next
Chicacx Feb. 7. Senator Tillman.
Roger c. Sullivan. Sormaa F Mack. MIDDLEMAN IS NECESSARY
Thomas O. Taj:gaxt. and 5') other men:-
Vers of the democratic national com- National Council of Grain Rxchangr
rcittee of l- were made defendants Iiefends Mernhfr.
today by louis F Bjreh autrrao- Chicago, Feb.
leave the room in a few days.
SENATORS, REPUDIATED AT THE
POLLS, PASS SHIP SUBSIDY GRAB
was born in
I C. i nrA ....
report! """ '" l-ip-
on r. i .1 : 11 1 11 k niri uiajorir v ui'i . eu to
Illinois, practicing lav j-t Touln ahd
Kl IV H I'.HKI.I.IOV,
He served in the fctale l.-Kihlilure
frtjm 1 ..- to lh;;t. and in I ;" v.as;
colons I of the ll'Jth Illinois M.fantry.
For gallantry on the field of battle
he was brevetted a bripadier general.
At the time of his death arid Kin'e
h's rctiieiaent from inr.r:, fl'-ti'-ra!
Henderson was s'-rvinK upon the
hoaid of ordnari'e and erlih. at irns
i notwithstanding the fact that he had f,l the war department and upon the
! lio;.rd of managers of the national
homes for disabled volunteer sol
di n. lie is survived by a widow,,
one son and three daughters.
Hire I lei-ilife, of Ijilme r 'oun-
IV. Ok III-. I'el lilies ,11 lloiiic.
V.'ll'iiein, Ot la , I ' 7 - .'! f.s Ale-
FlelJijng. S.itK I llltf '.'1' fit of 'he ' li
: leil i .t .-itlrr,er full ty, bine ! to
death h-re .di in a "r .I. nil
Ht i'o e :i r home
ACCUSED I. C.
Cont.tution W-r.s Easily.
Santa Fe N. M. Y. 7 W,vernor ' " ' "Tb". - lal and
Mills. Chief .lusti-e Pope, and Terri- K-'"-" dem-irrer. by the six for.n.-r
v.-.,.,,... t,..... .invu.i "fficiali of the plinoU Central who are
progressive republican ,hp .f,V ..... on ,'h c-or.sUttiUon on f-''-i swindling In ernectP-t
Jan Thev certified that lil.ll vol-i w,th u'' ' ar r'ir " w,'r
that the combined d"-mo-
BY TAV. over to private ship owners who are cations are
(SpMal CnrrepordMir of The Arirus. ) already millionaires in order that ships ; cratio and
. V 1 I J , ,J . . n-l.U n.A. Tt. I .-.-,.-. t I "-' V.U1. 'JiJ IUC Uliril I'ln-
enaiors u ne owa ueiwtru tnvm. uv im 10 an - ., .v- .. . . . .. .. ,... .. ...... i-U.4 toil.v l.v Jml.'n tll,,tr,m In II...
the polls, but who are still serving time I practical ends a gift, but is paid under j " naa been cast tor tne .Wm,u a. u " .. '"iVui ri7n Vf
v w, . .1 i . , . Lonmer. 13 ?.3 aza nst it. tr,ii':ini a majority iu rinjjiiSl fourt. He 'iM ldd tre M.I d
n congress, enaoieo toe Kse u pui , ue Kuie 01 wmpeuNuoa lor me car- ( . . .. . , eomr.lfnt n.M a .ffer t ,.( run I..-, n
.-The national eoun the JLOOO.OOO "ship subsidy grab- bill. , rying of mail. i 'r""" V.iZ' l. rl I ,.ro eVTv brbT t o nsTd for .be
bile owner, in a suit for cUlmed for cil of tne .North American grain ex-, whtch Congressman MeKianey of . DCHOCRaT- protest. j m !f Robber Sentence i U bdairta announced tt. case 'vnul
Automobtie tire. Sulavan siid today trie cnacges touay eievea irara m. sager ( Aieao votea against in uie nouEe to ice was passea over tne protest 1
1,1 .t,u , .,. trn,.cn., o.vc ... L.... .v . i congress, either representatives or
fill cui-uiu nui L - L14.U UJ ti. lUiUUlll' i vuiva.v t j.t c u . . o v - a wua. J m l o cfc'J. . vli; UCUJ1.1BU1. Kuaiut . LI tu
tee because it was contracred In giving declared the "midd'.eEian necessary to j
rides tt a speaker during the last i transact business, saylzg the farmer I
Cadillac, Mkh.. Feb. For robbing ! Immediately e taken to tb Sppellu1.-
Under the terms of this measure $4 J chamber, and
I residential campaign inj this speak- could no:
tr, the plaint aasens, d.3lea the tilL ' ;t coss-uaiir of his grain products I'.: remains
fion.OOft will he taken from the treas- ' reDublieans
uccessfully deal direct with Jury of the United S ates each yesr that tory for the discredited "old guard
aen-Dcratic senator ,n the 0 to jlBlatP afrer havine been lh Yuma poBtxffice, Ja,nei Hilling court. The accused exfBciaU are J.
over .he potest of 13 i rppuda.;d fcy tfce e at tb Ja wa8 fenced U from 0 to 15 year, at ; tph E. Bucker. John M Taylor.
. It was a rernarkabie vie-, T f . vn(-h,lrn Lna. the Marquette prison wid HenJtiuln ; Ctarfcs L. Ewlnd. fYank P. Harrirm ,
. .Welch to from 12 to 15 yearj la the ' Orlando S. Kelts, aad Willi tu Xtca-
force, aai will be paid j but probably the last one, aa the lndi-j tConU&aea n Pase rour-i 'Ionia reforniatory, iLa. '