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SIXTIETH YEAR. XO. 99.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1911.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Indiana Senator Argues
for Canadian Reciprocity.
SEES CHEAPER LIVING
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Friday for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline
Fair tonight and Friday, colder to
night with the lowest temperature
about 10 to 15 degrees above zero. Ris
ing temperature Friday.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 21. Highest
yesterday 34, lowest last night 21.
Velocity, of wind at 7 a. m., 12 miles
Relative humidity at 7 p. m. 73, at
7 a. rn. 83.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
(From nooa today to noon tomorrow.)
Sun sets 5:22, rises 6:56; moon sets
5:11 a. m.; moon farthest north and
Independent Phone Inter
ests in Favor of
TO BALK OPPOSITION
Declares Principle of Protection
Is Not Involved Trade
Should Be Easy.
Work of Day in Congress
Washington, Feb. 9. Following are
tbe proceedings briefly told of the two
houses of congress yesterday.
SETE Ttif passage of the Villi for
the .-dlti-nf!nn nl the laws rfiaimr i
Bill Drawn Up Providing for
Public Utilities Commis
Reported That Orozco Is Re
treating: South and Will
Not Attack Juarez.
REPORTS DO NOT AGREE
Other Advices Say That lioth Sides
Are Strengthening for the
IS READY TO
Program for Presi
OF G. 0. P. HOPE
John Hays Hammond Declares
President Greatest Asset
of His Party.
RAPS PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE
El Paso, "fexae. Feb. 9. American
army officers report Orozco, the insur
recto, is retreating south.
SAVARRO IS NEAR.
El Paso, Texas. Feb. 9. Unconfirm
ed reports that General Navarro, who
1e An Vte n-o v- frnm fhtrmnhiifi at thd
jhead of 1.000 federal troops to relieve
! Juarez, had encamped 10 miles south
of that city, were the only develop-
COMES HERE FROM OHIO
. rts That Any Movement Tl.at
Iioes .Not Contemplate Heeler
tion iii 1 1M I" Kill.
Kansas Senator Makes
Argument for Direct
Address to Legislature, Recep
tion and Banquet Take Up
Most of Time.
CAN TRUST PEOPLE
Chicago. Feb. 9. The committee of:nients in the situation during the
the ju.iir iary system was t h rniei , tne xational Association of Indepen-1 night. So far as is known the tnsur-
feature of the day. Three sp.o. h"s ?!... . , , Ko,. k,0
Washington, Feb. 9. The first gun in
the congressional battle over Canadian
reciprocity was fired In the senate to
day, when Beveridge, of Jndiana in
surgents, lined up on the side of the
Beveridge welcomed tl e compact as
the first concrete evidence of establish-! rz:zr- z:
ment of such relations with Canada j nPressaries pf jife, and colonial prefer
as he thought the United States enre roul1 noI bP established with
should maintain with a country so;om friction, inequality and emr.itter
closely adjoined physically and wi;h a ' mcnt
people so intimately allied with Amer-! kc;i.i not akfkctkd.
irans in kinship and interest. j M ' Asq,.itn maintained that' the
He pointed out the importance of the Amerirat, -Canadian reciprocity
principle invimcu ann urgea uie ne-. -iH t nftW. nnv article
Columbus. O., Feb. 9. Governor
Harmon invited President Taft to
make his headquarters at the gover
nor's home, during his visit here tf
ir.tor-.t were made, one by Senator 'ui- dent Telephone companies, now in ses-
) m heine an answer to the criticisms: , . thoir positions
( , - lllinOIS Willi ,1 lull r W ' ' 1 1 INI t- 1 ' '1 V'l .. -. - . , 1' v . v. m
th f.o..r during the progress of the j new jaw to provlde a public Utility' ,
l.nrimer case. wnaini .uuii-j i i .- - . . .. . l raso, iijaj, rtu. i. i m-i e w a
knaT. 'VX'T'Z r::U"l Ilno fight between Navarro and Blanco. cause of the limited time at his dis-
" - - - . v 1 1 v . n iv iiiivyin? Mill I'U I II l 1 . . .
as ruxiiuitfti v i dti , an ui umti tu ui-
0 FIGHT AS RCMOREn.
Paso. Texas. Feb. 9. There wasilnorrow' the president declined, be-
Washington. Feb. 9. Disapproval
of the organization by insurgent re
publicans of the National Progre-sn e
Republican league and a warning
against, any act that would operate
against the renoinination of Presi- j
.iCommittce Favors Tariff Board
at the seventh annual banquet of the
League of Republican State Clubs.
Mr. Hammond, who is president
of the organization, declared that
the word "progressive" was tauto
logical in connection with th name
"republican." and that there had
House Discusses Reap
Fob. 9 Sharply niv
position of S n.ifor
Percy of Mississippi discusser! tne res
olution declaring lor election or sena
tors by ir-ct vote.
HOI'fcK The session was Riven over
to consideration of the bill for the cod
ification of the Judiciary laws.
been "no great measure worthy of taconfzirig the
perpetuation that had not been pass- ' Ixxlue u the ue of corporation In-
arrive at ' e(l through the initiathe and legis- fliif n e In politics. Bristow. of Kan-
j sun, today addressed the- senate in
The latter claim to know the exact : a troop of cavalry will attend the ;iir.TKT pahtv akt. ! suj.jiort or tho popular eWtion of
whereabouts of Blanco, but declined tojeorn show. He may address the legls-' "I am confident that the people of senators. He invited attention to the
make their knowledge public. jlature before going to the show. I,at-jthe country recognize Mr. Taft as 'deadlock over senntorial election In
Orozco and Rabago. the latter com-1 er he will visit the state university and ' one of the greatest of our presi-, several states r present Milstow d.
mandinir a force of federals at Juarez, i in the evenintr he will be the truest of i dents," said Mr. Hammond. "I clared the American people may hfl
in uie same raannennai ranroaa com- : , . , . , . ; . ' Infir,,. of the rpnnt.iie.-m nnrtr
m:ln. nv,re tho or,erntiona f nciais or tue p. . Ko r. ...r-uv. : ,0 ana, eSCOnea oy ine governor una
common carriers. The plan will be I
submitted to the legislatures of every j
state for adoption as a means of pro-j
viding for uniform legislation and con-1
SPLIT IV RANKS.
; .. . u ri sitions. Orozco. In the hills across
r,h,n, ... .1,,.: t5r,o .ncnoca from. Smelter, extended his line of riflo j
are busy today strengthening their po-ithe iBuckeye Republican club.
in the hills across ;of. to cii amimhjn.
He "'ill leave at 9:4." for Champaign,
cessity for prompt and decided ac tion,
no ot m:kii photf.ctiom.
"We do not need to protect our peo
ple from the Tanadian people." said
Beveridge. "What we need is t make
matters resolved itself into a declara
tion of war yesterdav when a split oc-
,?rce" . cur red in the ranks of the members
of the national independent telephone
""'in ie t ui.-u AMiguuiu T.ao Dtl laseociation.
iou.-ly concerned. ! .Mi,
j ii". i.t.TiwL t . ' i ..it.vtt tittrt n l t ttt
: vided is "Shail the independent tele-
j ctXADMS rmiT iks opposk
, Nelson, B. C Feb. ft. Resolutions phone lines enter into a working a?ree
i nrotesiiiif that duties on ranch nro- !mpnt with ihn lino r,r tv.o rtoii ,m.
u eaM.-r ir . an.tiia io jiftfiy imij nnm ,i,, , ,,:. ri,,..,ij , v, rrtr.t,H
VJ 1 1 1 '
people rued, instead cf making
for them to do so."
ot of i.ivim: i.f.".
The argument was then
i-how the natural resonrc.
and fruits should not be removed, 'panies
A large majority of the representa
tives of the smaller companies are op
posed to any agreement whatever with
were passed by a mass meet- i j. p Morgan and company, and the
of fruit growers here yesterday. Bell interests. The latter, according
month's a; ist it. j to the independent men, are tbem-
Bozeman. Mr;nt . Feb. it. The Boze- selves in opposition to a working
man board .f trade adorned a resolu-! agreement with the independent lines.
presented 'o,tion 0i,jef.tinj. to tne reciprocity agree-j seeking rather to obtain control of
S Of Canada i ;.k thn )Vrnol. nnnonllMillAti
"' tninga Mie iitrah rtiiu r ,e ,nf..mIlIil,H bv the Canadian reel
produce instead of making it hard for rocUy apreirncnt inless thP duties on
Canada to do bo. What we need is to articles &efi !)V ranrhers were also
mane It easy ror our people to rpmovo,
from Canada those tilings wnKti o.ir
might he depended upon to reduce the j
cost of living in this country and to i
teplenish the loss suffered hy the pre- j
mature destruction pf American r j
7(ORRI I HRlltn.
The pajier and p'dp wood provisions
of the Canadian reciprocity agreement j
formed the subject of a prolonged ses- j
Eion of the house w ays and means j
committee today, the princ.pal witness,
being Chairman Norris. of the paper
committee of the American Newspa-,
per Tliblisbers" association. Norris:
prestutcil an array of facts and ficures
io stipport his advocacy of the raiifica-
tlon of the agreement exactly as it j
stands. Including especially the pulp (
and paper provisions without -amend-
ment of any kind Norris characterlz-1
ed the agreement as "the greatest eco- j
rnent with Canada. I them through consolidation.
llllKa.lSIS FA OK. j ffOll,D PHEVEXT TRl'JTS."
Philadelphia. Pa., Feb. 9. The Ca- The independent men In favor of the
nndian reciprocity agreement has been I working agreement say a merger
would "fe' BeTOfixTaT "to (he iaaepi&jf
lines, inasmuch as it will prevent th
"telephone trust'' from "freezing out
the independent lines through a sys-
eudorsed br Tht
the' Philadelphia drug exchange.
Ml.F.OT TAKES 0 STAXD.
St. Paul. Minn . Fe i. 9. The house
todav. f.3 to r.u, killed a resolution di-item of rutting under rates charged by
recting. Minnesota conirressmen to i"e former.
work for the defeat of Canadian reci
procity. F.W VOKKF.KS APPROVE.
New York. Keb. !'. The board of
trade has jiven tiie Canadian reciproc
ity endorsement by unanimous vote.
PERU BUYING OUR
BODY IS MISSILE
nomic advance made by the Vnited , Chicagoan, Struck by Train, Is
Hurled Against and Kills
Keport Circulated in Chile Causes
That Country to Take
Statea In the nresent jreneration. !
MEMDER IIKCK1.K MOUIll.
Norris declared the amendments j .
to the paper clause would nullify1
and were intended to nullify the of"!TLI,Dn
forts to straighten out the wood pulp THIRD
tangle with Canada. Some members
t ihn mmmittw. especially Kord- i I
nev of Michican showed a dlsposi- ' Foreman of Bail road dang Who Gets j Washington. Feb. The navy de-
Santiago. Chile, Feb. 9. It Is rumor
ed here the Peruvian government has
purchased the American battleships
Iowa and Oregon. Following the ac
quisition by Peru of two submarines
and 50.000 rifles, this latest report has
IS WOUN DED ! caused some anxie,y and at the same
i time gives Impetus to Chile s naval
pits, while the government soldiers
placed bags of sand on the housetops
C AMF.KXS BIHHKD.
An order against the use of cameras
was enforced against two Americans
at Juarez today. A. Prior of Pierre.
S. I)., and B. Pangle of Geneva visited
that city today to take protographs.
Guards removed the films and return
ed the cameras with a warning.
iu:ih:i s lost.
San Diego, Cal.. Feb. f. Fifteen
rebels killed and six horses and IT.
000 rounds of ammunition captured
was the result of a battle between 60
rebels and 7r Mexican federal troops
under command of Captain Gonzales
at Picachio canon Tuesday.
The battle, according to advices
received here by telephone, lasted
about an hour. The federal troops
had the advantage. .of position In the
rjn" r, pornwi a dearliyr fire -into-
the rebel racks. ' Within a short time
tbe rebels were in flight eastward.
l.IXE VP FOR FIGHT.
Presidio. Texas. Feb. S. (By Courier
to Marfa, Texas. Feb. 9.) Insurrecto '
and federals are lined up for what is!
expected will develop Into a decisive
conflict In Mulato territory. GeireYal
Dorrantes of the federals, who led bi$
forces safely around the rebel trap in
the mountains and succeeded in reach
ing Ojinaga in safety, Tuesday, prom
ises he will proceed to Mulato and
give battle to the insurrectos tomorrow.
111., where he speaks Saturday morn
know that the republican leaders re-j trusted in such matter, ha they are
gard him as the greatest asset of i conservative and not controlled by
our party and they will see In timeipnssion or prejudice,
a logical candidate and will record hkff.h to ii i ioi
ing'. Then he wil, go to Decatur for a ""ZV"? .IT" speaker found In the po,ibi,nr
address audi . ,. " irrupt in-, legislature th strong-
President Tafl. who was to hae
brief stop and a short
will leave for Springfield in the after
rprins;neia, in.. reu. rrrsi- . . t, VVn,,-
dent Taffs acceptance of the Iegis-1
lative invitation to address the 4 7th j nrn ri r- n nilTO
general assembly of Illinois in joint : I, H 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 LU lUlO
e.si areunient In support of the resolu
tions, and cited the Illinois senatorial
been one of the speakers, sent wrd !.,,,. ., .. . . , , , ., .
' ., . . . , election as a sample of legislative de-
i that imperative business detained i t,.,u ... . ,
. ' . Ibauchery that has occurred In recent
numerous senatorial elec.
session on Saturday afternoon was
'read in both house today.
Arrangements for the Taft day ex
ercises practically were completed
last night. Hundreds of decorators
began the task yesterday of array
ing all Springfield in gala attire.
The reception committee of legis
lative members and state officials will
great President Taft in Decatur Sat
WH.I. HAVE PILOT car.
LAND REPORT IN
1 1 ions."
TAKF.S I F KF. PPOR I ION MF.T.
Washington. Feb. !. The house to
day took nn the bill for the reannor-
Wir.nrr.onf rt tf.xt hnitiia .inrfAt th latl
' census. The republication caucus fn
Delivers I-ontr Speech in Legislature Vored retaining the present reprenen-
Savs State lias Iot itation of Hl members, while the dem
ocrats fat or 4 .',:',.
Will. GAIN OR ioi:.
If InO Kill L Aftii Mi t Ii rt nir. m I.nri.ri4 v
j Sprlnirfield, 111., Feb. f. Represen-, , , " , ' " '
! ' down to "01 prevails there will he i
Itative Chiperfleld. in a lengthy speech. ; ,OKf, of u: lru,n),orp Uu,h will h.fe
Ire.sented the rerrt of the submergeil j one. Iowa two. Nebraska one and WU-
Returning from Decatur the pros- ianri, committee jodj?y.Jqth.. houfc. , cousin on. If the bill increasing tjn
i.dffct's rram -of-two cars Trtfl fonowlTuteously tTTe report was offered membership passes several states w I'l
a pilot Var over the Illinois Traction i,n tne 8enate and presented to Gov-1 have larger membership. Illinois wl!
system, in wnicn win rine a party oiiernor Dcncpn. According to the re-lgaln two, Michigan tine and South Da-
correspond-j porf( ruiir0ads and other interests ! kota one.
have seized $2.r0.o0o,0(io worth of land! apphoaf. i arii f no arm.
Washington. Feb. 'j My a Kiiitl
j party vote, all of the democrats In op-
PAR PI IIMRFQ IMTfl jlHisiHon. tl senate cotnmitlee on II
vHll rLUIlUl-O iniU namo hxlay voici in rcpoln fiivorul.lv
TEN KILLED WHEN
in Way of Knine, Survives
tion to " heckle" Norris. interrupt-1
ing him frequently with questions!
and side remarks. Fordney intimat-j
ed the newspapers wanted special
concess'ons. w hich Norris emphatic-i
ally denied. ! hurled through the air after being! 1 ne nattiesnips jowa ana uregou
TALK of OPK-v markf.t. Utruck by an Overland Limited train! wer huilt in 1S93. The former is held
jpartment tonay denied positively a
'Chilean rumor that the battleships
J Iowa and Oregon are to be sold to
Chicago. Feb. 9. A man's body
Don C. Seitz. w ho followed Norris. killed another man last night and
alluded especially to this intimation ! seriously injured a companion. The
and declared the newspapers w ere j human cannonball was Edw ard Don
nsklng not for a privilege but for an ahue, foreman of a gang of laborers,
open market. He referred to the m-.Ile survived the effects until today,
crease of approiimately t, H Pr cent; The train was on Its way to the Pa
in the price of paper sinc the re-jcifie coast and had not yet cleared
ductlon of duty in the Payne-Aldrii h ( the Northwestern yards here when
tariff law. Seltz added that the high the accident occurred,
cost of paper was not attributed toj (ieamat. soav await.
the tariff so much as it was to a Donahue, with 50 men, was clean
aper combination. jlng snow from the tracks. The fore-
farmer ii ayr V. j man apparently saw the locomotive
A protest against the reciprocity I approarhine. but before he could es
niireement was made by Aaron Jones j cape w as struck and his body shot
f South Bend. Ind., on behalf of the j through the air keeling over In In
National Grange. He declared the an instant the two other workmen,
farmers of 30 states are "unalterably w ho were IS feet distant and had
opposed" to the agreement and that j thought themselves sate.
they believe it would inflict serious i
and permanent injury to their in- J Gould Coal Lands Sold,
dustry. I Knoxrille. Iowa. Feb. 9. The Jay
aa HERr it i iacox!mtet. j Gotild heirs yesterday sold to John
If this bill is intended as an hon- j Legrand their Iowa holdings consist-
as a reserve and the latter is out or
Schenk Sues for a Divorce.
Wheeling. W. Va., Feb: 9. John
C. Schenk. packer, has filed the pe
tition in his suit for divorce against
his wife. Mrs. Laura Farnsworth
Schenk, recent defendant in the poi
soning trial. The cause be names as
Infidelity. He accussee Daniel Z.
Phillips, a piano salesman, as corespondent.
mowing I'p of IxK-onioiive on Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas
Smithville. Tex., Feb. 9. Eight
white men and two negroes were
killed and four injured as the re
sult of a Missouri, Kansas and Texas
freight engine exploding here yes
CLARK SUCCESSOR TO MACK
Superior Court Judge Given Place on
Springfield, 111., Feb. 9. The su
preme court today appointed Judge
Thomas C. Clark of the superior
court of Cook county Justice of
branch appellate court of the first
district to fill the vacancy caused by
(the resignation of Judge Mack.
ents. Upon arriving in Springfield,
Governor Deneen and the other state ',)e, , to hp Btato
officers will leave the presidents spe-j
cial and be taken to the capitol
building in automobiles, leaving the
members of the joint legislative
committee to escort President Taft
from his car to the statehouse and
thence to the hall of represeptati ves.
The exercises in the hall of repre
sentatives will be brief. Speaker Ad
kins will introduce President Taft.
Immediately following the presi
dent's address the joint session will
arise. j Sheboygan, Wis.. Feb
mii.iti as kscort. 'woman aud a chill were
Tbe national guard will escort th
presidential party through the busi
ness streets of the city to the execu
tive" mansion. Only a short stop will
be made at the mansion, after which
the president and the members of
his party will pay a short visit to
the Lincoln tomb and home.
Between 4 and 6 p. m. President
Taft will be present at the reception
at the executive mansion. At ":".
in the evening the president will bo
OPEN BRIDGE DRAW
Three Known Deutl ami Several
Others llarely Kscjm? Willi !
9. Tw o j
a street car which plunged Intoj
the Sheboygan river at Eighth j
street bridgo draw today. The;
motorman and conductor saved their
own lives by jumping when the
car went into the open draw.
MISS OlJA WILWJMIC.HT.
MISS VAN OWERKERK.
the bill passed by the house to create
a permanent tariff board. S.'-mt
i in ti'J rii u t were iidopt.-d.
DISTRESS IS GREAT
Harrowing Tales Come to
Washington From Chinese
CONDITIONS ARE FEARFUL
Nu'Ro ay ere the onlv nasscnL'orR in
th en t rf hnnnr at t ri r I i ncfiln I side when the car toppled Into the
centennial banatiet at the state ar- tiver. Paul W. Etzwohl, of Milwaukee.
In One I "lace .Not Oier One. I 'mill Ii of
the People Will Be Able t
Lite I mil Spr.tig.
senal and at 1:30 a. m.
presidential party will
Sunday. thi a traveling man. standing on the pl.it
CALLED BY DEATH
Mt mensiiro In rertnrtt th cost of i ing nf 3,200 acres of COal lands
living in the interest of the consum-! Marion county.
er, asked Jones. why floes it im-:
rose a tax of 50 certs a barrel on '
four, while putting wheat on the:
free list ? !
"Why are cattle, sheep and swine j
rn the free list, while meats, fresh
are taxed 1 1-
cents a i
FOR THE GHOULS
AG A IV IT 1 COWA10. j
Ixndon. Feb. 9. The attention of (
commons today was again occupied !
Aith a discussion of the American-Ca-j
radian reciprocity. The
l araeti tne government ror trie pre-- j nation that will lead to the arrest istead of $1,000. but gladly voted for
iu situation because of the continued j and conviction of ghouls who dese- j the $100 increase rather thaa have
I fused to liS'en to Canada's Offer Of rrafed the mausoleum of the late th c&rrior rnntinuo r th nM
Philadelphia. Feb. 9 Rt. Rer. Ozl
W. Whitaker, bishop of the Protestant
Episcopal diocese of
died at noon today.
MAYOR MUST PUNCH CLOCK
Galeshnrg Pay Kxerutlve More and
IHrnands ft Hour Work a Iay.
Galesburg, Feb. 9. The city coun
cil has passed an ordinance fixing
the saTary of the mayor at $2,000
and providing that he give eight
Pennsylvania, j hours a day to the duties of the of
form esraped by jumping bc-for
car went down.
Pupils to Use Paper Towels.
Kewanee, III.. Feb. 9. The K"-
wanee board of education has voted 1
to use individual paper towels in
the public school buildings of the
city. The old roller towels will be
abolished in the Interests of the
health of the school children.
$12.1.000. whirh. with $2.1.000 en!-leetc-d
an a spial tax, will save the
Atlantic Northern and Southern rail
road from a receivership, prevent a
I possible loss to the farmer stoekhold-
Chicaeo Feb. 9 The hearine of theicrs of $2.10,000 and keep the road
indicted Chicago meat packers' plea
Washington. I-Vh. f. - Hvry in
coming mat I brini;-. to the Kt,i il. -partteent
h.irrow inn tales of dinners
among the unfort'in.ite t'hineye.
tepoit from Consul Oneey mi-
FARMERS AIDJ R A I L R 0 A D ,kj:," rj! rJu.ri' 'in r" it'V'tf nl n i'--
1 I lifts hart been fuade pilble. Itev.
Siibvcribe I 'J.-.OtM to Keep Property )K f. , ,.,.,. ,,,,, ,,. ,
Hon. ICe.eiv.rvl.ip. ,lil(i;4 f the Unit, , the
Council Hluffs. Iow a. Feb. 9 .- ne f ,.,, nry ,,r 1 1 w ai-.I inin absolutely e-
hundred Panlsh farmers of Cass and litute and riot more than 2'i per eenf
counties have pledged,"' '"" population io-im pro. i-ie tor
t hf ti;si ett una, 'l! t'iroiiMi the win-
before Judee Carpenter In the T'nited !
States district court to have the In-j
dictments quashed or abater!, closed to- i
day. A decision is expected Feb. 25
Burlington and Hock Island.
GIVEN RIGHTS OF STATE
RURAL MAIL CARRIERS STILL
UNDERPAID, DESPITE $100 RAISE
Krie. Pa., Feb. 9. A reward of
opposition jj ooo was offered today for infor-j vored making the salary $1,200 in-
(Special Cerrerondf;nc of The Ar;ui.)
Washington. Feb. 7. The salar
ies of one of tbe most faithful bodies
of men in Uncle Sam's employ the
rural free delivery carriers have
been increased from $900 to $1,000
Perhaps the increase should have
ibeen to $1,200. The democrats fa-
livery carriers, except that of thelrlers must
city mail carrier. The rural route j horses.
must be traveled, rain or shine, win-i Inquiry mad
ter or summer, with monotonous reg
have more than
Premitr AequUh declared the gov
ernment's main reasons for refusing
preference were that Great Britain's
William L. Sco:u The body of Mrs. j wage. There are now about 40,000
Anna M. McCollum, it is stated, was rural routes in operation and new
taken from the casket before it was j ones are being established from
removed froi the mausoleum and no
hf sources cf. s;:pp,ie could net be j trace of tie robbers cr the mieslaf
to.i.ed -aiiLcit raisicj tLe cost 0' tiejbcuj- ave bec-a fouzi
week to week.
No occupation is more exposed to
Aveter ih. & a tat of rural free de-
of the ca. Tiers in
(one distrif-t showed that for the six!
I m nntka n4ino- f sk 'ft i r. r. . 1 '
ularity and with undevlating fidelity!;;; ot. exs- "f or ' ! ! !
erinary servlees, horehoeinB. repair i
of outfit. Inelmling allow anee for de-'
terioration,' insurance and interest
on investment, was $22.1.M. This)
means that the average annual ex- '
tipniiP fif th rural rr nr- :n i
I the strain of steady driving day after ; 6lMrln for the ,-a,nt(inaiir.- of -
Y , -7 "- equipment absolutely necessary fori
uinr, auu a luit, uv ujusl ume
two. In some sections of the coun
try the roads are so bad in the
spring and winter that two horses
are necessary to pull tbe lightest
vehicle aad la Ut t&ct3 tLe cr-
Oertiiany Alx.ut to Ft-nd Privilc(;et
t . Nace- lin ninc.
Berlin. Feb. 'J. A committee of tin;
reichs'ag today adopted an amendment
to the con -tit lit ion proposed for A I
' tace Lorraine winch, if adoptnl, wi;l
i r.(.rmlt tbat trrritorv tn ent. r the ern
twolplre a full fledged ferlf-ral sfa'e on th.;
(Fame ffjeting as the o'her memt rs.
to dutr. The men who nerfnrm the I
service must be men who have and
retain the confidence of the patrons
along their routes.
A carrier must have at, least two
horses, because no horse can stand
DECLARED TO BE
the performance of their erv:ce was : Oklahoma City. Okla . Feb. 9
$450 and that their net sal iry for ' Sustaining the contentions of the
the support of themselves and their supporters of Oklahoma City In every
families, and from w hich all of their ' P'dnt the state supreme court today
.declared thl3 city Is to ht the perin-
.(.CofiUaued ca Fas souri jntnt capital U Oklahoma.
ter and prmsr
Vill i ION KTAICV IM..
In the whole famine ilintri'-t lr.
Lobr-nst iene eslim;lM that al ea-f
I iMMp.nO'i will i e of Htart.itinn If
not aid-il in - elit a r;n in til"
1 srnaib t amount that .ill hipport
life for ea Ii person, to th t T,.'ii0 -.
Otoi will le rieeeNsary 10 carry Hie 1111
' f 11 1 iiiiale--! alonj; for the five inoullr;
Uhev will re-juire help,
j Th" poor are frying to H"!l the.r
' ch.lft'-f ri, but tle can ware'-ly I -;t
.in a pittanf f' r 'lieiii, and as s ion
as the ral -f.M ;nid wet alhr
, came (his biter w a dated !. 'J v
laM i the death rat" would Iticre.jse
i-i i. 1 v. imii:v vii .
' Mr. Caldwell, the aitiiir cotisul at
'ralny telej:rafii. there have been
rases and 'JO d'aihs frot.i hubonl.
jplacue at that part up 10 da'e Tie
ifajcri are def rea'irt'. l'houfi th'-f;
is no quarantine, and the t an trade
is mufh crippled
Th- plaKue Is .ausiiiK an averu,
of I T deaths a day in 'hfoo. ac
cording to a cahl' ,-iaiii n-ceived from
Consul Fouler. There already Lav
been 200 dathi, and the disea-M; s
Hoopxitori Mao Suicide.
Hoopeston. III.. Keb. II. B. M.
Brown, an oflleer of the ll'jjpntfu
Canning ompany, oiiin.ltt.. J saicluo
Uu, 111 Lurtii ii Ike c-U4. i