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SIXTIETH YEAH NO. 106.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911. TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Senate Committee Rejects
Annexation by 9 to
INTENDED AS REBUKE
Action Taken After Leaders
Hold Conference With the
Washington, Feb. 17. To offset the
Canadian annexation talk which the
administration feared might affect the
reciprocity agreement, the house com
mittee on foreign affairs today, 9
to 1, rejected the resolution of Bennft
of New York for the opening of ne
gotiations with Great Britain looking
to the annexation of Canada.
BEN KT STD AI.OtR.
Bennet was the only member of
the committee who voted for the reso
lution and the committee's action fol
lowed conferences of Chairman Fos
ter, of the committee, and acting
Chairman MrCaU, of the ways and
means committee, with President
QI'ESTTOX OF THE HOl'R.
New York, Feb. 17. The "subject
of greatest Interest now before the
world at large' said Charles M.
Schwab today as he stepped from the
steamship Maiiretania. "is the pend
ing reciprocity agreement between
the United States and Canada. It isi
being watched more closely abroad
than the coming decisions of the su-i
preme court in the Standard oil and
HKI.IEVES IX IT.
"Personally. I believe in reciproc
ity," he continued. "There is no real
boundary between the two countries
nothing but an imaginary line and
there 1s no reason why two nations so
'" eTTTTated could not haveeTo3oi-nrade j
"Annxtlon, every sensible man
lmows. Isn't seriously considered by
Americans, nor. in my experience
i so considered in England."
ItEHOHT WITIIIX A WEEK.
At the session tomorrow of the com
mittee an effort will be made to de
termine the sentiment of members n
-. in . ..,.. , 0,0 '
of the reciprocity agreement. Indira -
tions are a report will be made from
the committee before the end of next
TRAPPERS ARE HELD
36 HOURS IN A TREE
Harold Tyron and Charlie Uice Nni
rmvly l-px ape Death in Wap-ie
Wheatland. Iowa. Feb. 17. After
clinging for 36 hours to the branches j
of a tree. Harold Tyron and Charles
Rice, trappers living on an island in
the Wapsipinlron rivr. were res
cued late last night nearly dead, nar
rowly escaping death In the flood that
swept down through the river bot
toms. The men were asleep when the
flood came upon them and saved
themselves by climbing a tree from
which they were rescued by boat-
Thirteen families near When'land 1
escaped from their homes in boats j
and found shelter in town. Darns at j
Cogeon and Monttcello have been le j
Ftroyed. At Cascade a number of,
residents near the WarPirtion rlv-.
er were compelled to move from their '
homes by high water. At Oxford
Kzir Doty and Andy Gonhl sived
themselves by clinging to the roof of
SEE UNIVERSITY'S NEEDS
One Hundrel lejjislalors Inspect the
Champaign. III., Feb. 17. The
University of Illinois' needs were
pointed out on the spot to over 100
members of the legislature who came
from Springfield and inspected the
institution yesterday. The university
asks ll.ono.ono for new buildings,
and the vis'tors were shown the pres
ent cramped conditions. Cha!rmain
Shanahan of the committee on ap
propriations said he would do his
NAVAL COMMANDER DEAD
Hertert YV. Gates. Natfre of Michi
gan. Was Iteoently Inottiotel
Washington. Feb. 17
Herbert G. Carps acpd 44. t'. S. N . is
dead. He was taken ill a month aeo
while serving as executive oScer of
the ba'tleshlp, f tr.cesota. engaged in j
battle practice at Guantanam". Cuba, j
He was born at Bay City. Mich., and j
entered the naval academy in 1SS-I
He reached the grade of commander j
July 1, !M0. During the Spanish-
American war he was attached to the .
gunboat, Castine. j
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Saturday for
Rock Island, Davenport, Mollne
Threatening, with rain or Enow to
night and probably Saturday. Cooler,
with the lowest temperature tonight
near the freezing point.
Temperature at 7 a. m., 40. Highest
yesterday. 43. Lowest last night, 40.
Velocity of wind at 7 a. m., 7 miles
Precipitation up to 7 a. m., 1.31
Relative humidity, at 7 p. m. 100. at
7 a. m. 94.
J. M. SHEREER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon. today to noon tomorrow.)
Sun sets 5:83, rises 6:45; moon rises
10:15 p. in.; 9 p. m.. planet Mercury at
aphelion, farthest from sun.
Work of Day in Congress
Washington, Feb. 17. Following arc
the proceedings briefly told of the two
houses of congress yesterday.
SENATE -Th rfoliitlon looking to
a constitutional amendment to provide
for elfrtion of members of the United
PtateR senate by direct vote of the peo
ple occupied most of the day. But one
f t ppcwh upon the Kubj""t was made.
!,orvf r. that t.einir by Senator Borah
in ii riiH oi-iipy. S--i:ntT Heyourn math.
a iipctch o: protest ae.iinst a news ar
ticle In a lor-ai papr which asserted
that the president hdd th "whip hand"
over the p-nate and miijht force a vote
on the Canadian trade aereement by a
threat of an extra session of congress.
IIOIS1-: In the Jioufe the day was
sriven to consider.-! t Ion of the It-irista-tivij.
executive and judicial, the army
and th- naval appropriation bills, gen-rW!..-ii
tin the last carrying the
session f.r into lie night.
ROOT SEES GOOD
Would Apply Principle to Build
Up Foreign Commerce of
Many Countries Comix-l Business len
to l What Tiiis Government
Finishes Them for.
plea for organization ar d-combi
on th?parT"of AmeViCnbusnTes
for the promotion of trade with Latin-America.
Senator Root lauded the
principle of organization in business
in an address today at me ciosin?
session of the Pan-American commer-
He deplored the fact that the oper
ations of the law against great in-
dustrial organizations reduced the
! industrial efficiency of the country,
While he favored the breaking up of
j organizations that monopolize means
of subsistence. Root thought the ob-
Iject could be reached without reduc-
SI nTITlTF. liOOD OXE!.
"It is important to break up organ
izations," said Root, "when they are
monopolizing means of subsistence,
but there is one way to counteract
this influence and that is by substi
tuting organizations on a sound basis,
not violating any law but securing
concerted action of great numbers of
Americans who have a common pur-
nillEII ( HI XTRIE FOSTER.
"The groat principle of organiza
tion, which is revolutionizing the
business of the world, applies in the
snblect of extension of trade. Ger-
i many to a considerable extent, re
quires a combination of its manufac
turers, producers and commercial
J concerns: Japan also practically does
this. But in the fnited States Jt
cannot be done under government
iPartPrsi,jp because the people do not
rnncpive jt to be the government's
here t nKK them.
...t to be. rather, that the
rnvPrnment is largely taken up with j
i,.Mvin, i,n oriranirnt'on and that re-i
jrrpS the Industrial efficiency of the
Washington. Feb. 17 Presidential
nominations made today Include:
Secretary of Porto Rico M. Drew
Carrol, of Illinois.
Surveyor of customs at Omaha
Cadet Taylor, of Nebraska.
IN A NEW STUNT
San Diego. CaU Feb. 17. Using
one of his hydro aeroplanes. Glen Cur
tiss a":i?hted today on the water along
side the armored cruiser Pennsylvan-
la, and was hoisted aboard. Soon aft-
erwards the aeroplane was dropped .
ta into the water and the aviator j
j"' av to -ortn iiana.
Hatpin Jab Causes Death.
Boston. Mass, Ft b. 17. Captain An
drew Kng'.ur.d. one of ihe bet known j
sea capta!ns on t.le .New England;
cwsi. is flei-j as a result or a jao from
a naip-n. lie receive ttM" injury wtne
iding in a crow ded street car.
Vermillion County Sheriff
Trying to Block Vote
CLASH IS EXPECTED
Witnesses Voluntarily Over
looked and Bench Warrants
Are Not Served.
Danville, HI, Feb. 17. A clash be
tween the gTand jury and the sheriff's
office is among the probabilities in
the election fraud investigation be
cause of trouble arising from sub
poenas issued being returned with the
endorsement "person not found.''
I.ET wrrxEss ESCAPE.
This morning Frank Collard, a for
mer Danville saloon keeper converted
during the Billy Sunday revival last
year and now himself an evangelist,
voluntarily appeared before the grand
jury. A subpoena had been issued for
him several days ago. Collard says he
was at home all day yesterday until
evening. As soon as he left the house
a deputy sheriff called over the tele
phone, and. being informed Collard
was not a i home, immediately appear
ed at the house with a subpoena. Not
finding his man. the officer marked the
sobpoena "not at home" and immedi
ately returned to the sheriff's office.
WARRANTS OT SERVED.
Bench warrants issued on indict
ments returned a week ago have not
been served yet, and Foreman Wood
yard believes such a conditions antag
onistic to the work of the grand jurv
exists in the sheriff's office that he will
be justified in starting something that
will assist the future efforts of the
NOTIFIED FI.Xn! ARE CiOXE.
Danville, III.. Feb. 17. The county
treasurer today announced to the
grand jury that the funds for that
body- were ei&ajisLed. arjcLi&ait Xh&x.,
continued" lUhger in session they could
Inntir 1 I f cror in Roacinn thev onnlfl
"remain in session all summer, fundi';
or no funds, if necessary."
BACKED BY SUPERVISORS.
The county board of supervisors,
however, declared funds would be pro
vided to take up all warrants that may
be issued and they would provide suf
ficient funds for future work should
such be needed.
Strong Government Force Leaves
Juarea--Mevican Kehels Join
El Paso. Texas. Feb. 17. After 50
hours of inactivity following his ar
rival from Chihuahua General Navarro
this morning with 500 infantrymen. 200
cavalry and two field pieces left Juarc.
in the direction of Guadaloupe. where
the insurgent chiefs are located.
El Paso, Tex., Feb. 17. Officials
of the Mexican Northwestern rail
way report Orozco and Blanco, ln
surrecto .leaders, have finally con
summated a junction of their forces
and are located near Ascension.
FATHER AND SON KILLED
letter Receives Fatal Electric Shock
and Former Tries to Aid.
Iike City, Minn.. Feb. 17. Pete"
Gludt and son. Elmer Gludr, were elec
trocuted this morning. Young Gludt,
who is a telephone lineman, attempted
to remove a 2,200 voltage light wire
that had fallen over a telephone wire.
He received a shock that felled him.
His father, who went to his aid. also
was knocked senseless. Mrs., Gludt
succeeded In pulling both free from
the wire and escaping Injury herself.
Both men died without recovering con
sciousness. CLEMENS' ESTATE IS SUED
iment was led by the "young Turk";said Mr. Rainey. IT a J.000 secre-
Sexeral Ters' Personal Tax Sought j republicans. The Cannon machine. ! tary would do a thing like that in the
by New York Authoritie.. 'which has been under heavy fire at ; name of God, what would a 110,000
New York, Feb. 17. Suit haslthe hands of the grand jury In the secretary do?"
U t 1 1 IJIUUUL UJ tUC CUJ a;llIISL IUC
estate of the late Samuel M. Clemens ;
a rAj-h-Ai rA va-v n 4 1 toA fnr nnrarD 1 t
years back, based on an assessment
of about $15,000. Mark Twain In
bis life time protested the assess-.
ment on the ground he was a resi
dent of Connecticut.
Income Tax Amendment Falls. ,
Charleston. W. a., Feb. 17. The!
West Virginia senate yesterday after-
noon hv a VOt Of 17 to 1,1 relecteo
tfae lncome tax amendment to the
const'.tution. The amend-1
ment was ratified by the house of
delegates recently, only two negative
votes being cast in that branch.
Iowa Engineers Elect.
D.s Moines. Iowa, Feb. 17. The '
itwa Engineers association
lerted L. H. Stone, or IK 3 Moines.
Claimed That City School Sys
tern Is Honeycombed With
DIRECTORS ARE DISHONEST
Voters'" Ieague, Which Brought About
Cleanup Two Tears Ago,
Pittsburg, Feb. 17. Another expos
ure of graft and corruption in public
office has been made in this city. Now
it is Pittburg's school system that is
attacked. Charges are made that a
majority of the S22 school directors
are dishonest or incompetent, that
much of the school funds has been
wasted or stolen and that the cost of
education is almost half as much as
the actual operating expenses of the
VOTERS' I.EAOIE ACTS.
The exposure is made by the Vot
ers' league, the organization that two
years ago locked up more than a hun
dred of Pittsburg's councilmen. The
league supports its charges by signed
confessions of grafting directors and
agents and contractors engaged in
It aims by this exposure to strike
down the entire school system In
Pittsburg and then force the legisla
ture to rip out of office every school
director in the city. Failing in this
criminal prosecutions are to begin. It
is shown that Pittsburg has as school
directors bartenders, saloon-keepers.
professional gamblers and men who
get their living direct from disorder
DEHArCH FOR TXDERWORLD.
School funds have been taken to
buy beer for women of the tenderloin,
who were entertained with children at
school picnics. Some of these school
picnics have been anticipated by the
promoters as an annual debauch for
Employe of Omaha Postofftce
Makes Charge Against
--. ' & - vr : 'rt ml - fxn
Alleges That Ik-cause He FaMed lo
Carry jfut Superior's Wishes
Omaha. ISb.. Feb. 17 Postmaster
Thomas is oHixged with serious vio
lations of t'ciril service law in a
complaint seat to the civil service
commission -by Daniel W; Tillotson,
a letter carrier, who has been con
nected with " the Omaha force 23
PAY REDUCED. .
Tillotson claimed that because he
refused to support candidates and
measures in the last campaign as di
rected by Thomas' subordinates, he
has been punished by a reduction in
rank, which involves a corresponding
reduction in pay.
He also further charges that em
ployes of the Omaha postofflce were
compelled to make campaign contri
butions to Thomas in the last cam
paign. DANVILLE DECLINES
TO MAKE A CHANGE
Only Fourth of Voters in fitv Favor
the Commission Form of
Danville. III., Feb. 17. The com
mission form of government was de-
feated here yesterday by a vote of !
930 for to 2,054 against. There are j
7,200 voters registered. j
It was the first clean election In
a quarter of a century. Not a pen-
ny was spent at the polls and as a
result the lightest vote in the
tory of the city was cast.
The opposition to the commission !
plan was led by the liquor interests;
and followers of Mayor Louis Piatt,
democrat. The movement to over-;
throw the present form of govern-!
.cirtiitu II ami l u -o i a . u it , HJV sV ICij
little part in the election.
Catarol rt t Vl hahillfll "tTAfa sail. I
j ers" appeared at the polling places.
'but when they found no money was j
forthcoming left In disgust.
Rv. J. W
FrrrU of Boshnell Will '
Visit the Holy Land
Rev. John W. Ferris of Bushnell.
rhsnlaln rt the th rorlmon t V-
G.. of which Company A of this ritv
is a part, has obtained leave of ab-
sence for six months and will visit
Palestine for fhe purpose of making
ia tour of the Holy Land. Some time
;ago Chaplain Ferris made application
j tn Colonel W. T. Foster of this city
for a leave. w;th permission to go
lout of the country and now ronies the
; announcement that the Bushnell pas-1
jtor will visit Asia Minor. j
TO VOTE ON
Senate Makes Progress
on Direct Election
HOBSON BILL IS OUT
Measure Designed to Help Mer
chant Marine Reported by
"Washington. Feb. 17. The senate
lost no time today In getting to work
on the proposition authorizing the pop
ular election of U. S. senators. Friends
of the measure are hopeful that dur
ing the day a vote will be reached on
the Sutherland amendment giving con
gress control over senatorial elections.
Rayner made a lengthy legal argu
ment, quoting liberally from decisions
of courts to sustain his views, which
are opposed to the Sutherland amend
Carter followed Rayner and entered
upon an argument to prove that with
ft rhflnw in the manner of Kfnntnrinl
, eieclions lhe Sutherland amendment
w'as necessary to preserve the perpetu
ity of congress itself.
HOBOX BIIEi REPORTED.
The Hobson bill to enco irage the
development of the American mer
chant marine and promote commerce
and national defense was reported fav
orably to the house today by the com
mittee on merchant marine.
EXTRA SESSIOX SCRE.
Washington. Feb. 17. An extra
ordinary session of congress, follow
irg the failure of the senate to act
on the Canadian reciprocity agree
ment, is inevitable. It will not be
deferred until autumn, as has been
suggested. It will come on the heels
of adjournment. March 4, 1911
President Tafl yesterday-aatvad di
rect, emphatic, first hand notice on
he regular republicans and progres-
Jlve leaders of the senate that an ex-
jyraordlnary session of congress will
wivk c!it?u unuei tuiiuuiuus luui are
apparently certain to arise.
Nonaction on the reciprocity agree
ment will cause the president to ex
ecute his notice. A direct vote re
jecting the agreement would not
bring the extra session.
FOI'R SEXATOU XOTIFIEH.
The authoritative notification by
the president of his precise attitude
was made to Senators Lodge, Smoot,
Burrows and Cummins. Messrs.
Smoot and Burrows are irreconclli
able standpatters, who oppose the re
ciprocity agreement. Senator Lodge
is an advanced protectionist, but ad
vecating reciprocity under strees of
circumstances. All three are lead
ing members of the finance commit-
tee. Mr. Burrows is acting chairman
of the finance committee.
Senator Cummins Is the leader of
the progressive republican faction.
He would really prefer free trade to
what he pronounces "one-sided re
ciprocity." DISCUSS TAFT'S SECRETARY
Rainey Grows Caustic Over Item to
Increase Salary to SIO.OOO.
Washington, Feb. 17. The quali
fications necessary in one who. is fo
fill the nn of secretarv to tho nrea-
dent were discussed in the house of
representatives yesterday in con nor-
tinn with an item fixlne the unlarr:
of that official.
The senate had thought Slo.onrt no
more than adequate compensation.
but the house, by a vote of 130 to
'-. declined the concur, holding that
$6,000, the present salary, is ample.
Representative Rainey of Illinois, a I
democrat, made a caustic speech j
against the Increase, saying
his-.'some pugilist like .lack Johnson or
John L. Sullivan might perform some Re3(. Admira, Nazro Dead.
of the duties of the office. j Boston. Feb. 17. Riar .Vlmi nl r
"it not 8,1 lon M tnat at the;th,)r , 'N-azrr, (- s N- ,,tJr(., j.,
order of one of these secretaries onl, d ,. ' , , ' vVisi-nnain' in
old lady was cameo screaminc
through the White house grounds,"
AVIATOR DROPS INTO RIVER!
iTiarle F. Morok Get Iip in Hudson
While on Flight.
New York. Feb. 17. Charles F.
iMorok. an aviator operating a Cur-
LtAVcitiss biplane, dropped into the Hudson
river yesterday while attempting to;Wiiliam Mordaunt Furn'aux, dean of
fly from the Gutterjberg race track '
to Central park. He was rescued by;
siaie uramage urganizanon. (mittea ior ronsiqera'ion at the niei-
Springfield, III. Feb. 17. An as- lng of the con vocation in May. As a
soeiation of commissioners of the; sample of the form which the
drainage and levee districts of 1111-1 abridgement will take, the dan said
nois will be formed at a meeting to
be held in this city Feb. 24. Jesse; the tenth commandment be abbrevi
Lowe of Beardstown, one of. the conr-iafed to read simply "Thou shalt not
missioners of the Coal creek district.
is at the head of the movement for -
a state organization. General sup-.
port has been assured the plan. (
Count De Lassy and Dr. Pant
chenko Convicted by Rus
OF SLAYING BOUTURLIN
Former Sentenced for life and Lat
ter for 15 Years Mou. Mur
vieff Is Cleared.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 17. The sensa
tional trial of Count Patrick O'Brien
de Lassy, Dr. Pantchenko. and Mme.
Muravieff, charged with the murder of
Count Vassilii Bouturlin. came to an
end last night, when a verdict of gt:Il
ty was returned by the jury In the
case of De Lassy and Pantchenko,
and not guilty in the case of the worn
De Lassy was sentenced to pena!
servitude for life, and Pantchenko to
15 years' imprisonment.
The jury noted extt nuatins circum
stances In Pantchenko's favor, which
accounts for the lighter punishment
meted out to him.
(OMKSKS THEN HEMES.
Prior to the beginning of the pro
ceedings Pantchenko made a confes
sion in which he accused De lassy of
hiring him to poison Count Yastdlli.
who was heir to General Bout urlin's
millions. p.e l.assys wife is the
daughter of funeral Bouturlin, and
the removal of assilli would natunil -
ly mean that the generals Breat es -
fate would go to his daughter.
On the witness stand Pantchenko
denied the confession and made so
many erratic statements that he i.itin
to be thought insane. Much evidence
was adduced, however, to tdiow that
he and De Lassy had intimate deal
ings. SPEECH Fll..
At the end of the trial Do La.isy
was overcome. He attempted to make
a speech to the jury, but eiuK
abruptly by saying:
"I cannot talk. I leave the fate of
myself and relatives to your inii..lii!
and your hearts."
Pantchenko, In an Incoherent
speech, said he lid not repudiate his
confession but wished to specify tin'
! degree of his guilt. He said the o,i:es-
jt Ion no was whether a Russian nliv -
sician was capable of Mich, a davirdly
crime aTWTBTfi is Tie" iil'filfiily aTTwr r;
Mme. Muravieff refused to say any
thing. The jury remained out three
HAIR BEING SOLD
German Agents jn Manchuria Are lie
ported fit ll Shipping l,rge
(JiuiiititiCK to Ktirope.
Ix)ndon. Feb. 17. The morning pa
pers print conspicuously a St. Peters
burg report that German agents in
Manchuria are shipping quantities of
the hair of plagu i-ictims to Kurop.-
Bodies of the dead found In streets
are invariably without queues, anil It
1 i n lf..lni-. t.r n ..-..... n .... ....I ..IV
I'" ""-.... m"-' we . m
supply the Kuropean demand for false.
i hair. It Is said the British local gov J
Urnment board does not propose to in-.
! 'crfere with the . importalon of such;
hair into the I niterf Kingdom, heliev -
lng germs of plague cannot he tarried
except by living persons.
HURRICANE IN GERMAN Y
Storm on Coast Ihw Keiiltitl in Itnin-
age to .Number of Vesm-N.
Cuxhaven, Germany, Feb. 1 7 . - A
nurricaiio nas raged on tlie .eiman
(oasl '"ce last mem. . nnmt.er or
vessels In a damaged tondtiori have
taken refuge here. Several craft
have grounded in the Baltic sea.
Butte Wants Resorts Agam. I
Butte, Mont , l-'eb. 1 7.- P t itions
seeklrig the ret-stahi.-,h inent of the.
tenderloin district, abolished recent-j
ly by Mayor C. P. Ncvin. have been'
presented to the c!ty council. They
(rtl- .-lll" J l C-rtU.I. I' 'In. i,' Ill J '
iana oanaers i nuiie.
Iondon. Feb. 17. Very Reverend
Winchester, has bet-n entius'ed by
the convocation of Canterbury with
j the task of preparing an abridgement
of the ten commandments to be sub-
today probably he would suggest that
covet." Opposition to any change;
from the traditional Interpretation of j
the decalogue is expected from the
However, One Will Prob
ably be Issued in a
REASONS GIVEN 0U1
Promise Made by Mongolians ((
Get the Europeans Out Net
St. Petersburg. Feb. 17. Noun
Vrrmya, discussing tod.iy the nij
nountd purpose of Kiihsla t makf
a military demons! r:it ion In Hi ro
ince In Chinese Tin Uisijin, !( lilui
,ho not, Prwnte.l at Peking as I
1 cni:-ultMKi!um. a:; it dot not specif
the terms within which china tutu
couiplv with tho demand of St., P-
rrst((lrR. T,. .r a,M nw,.,r,
l , ,
jtliat if tb" 1 h",,,s" 'Twupnt f.ili
!,( act l,f"re the lapse of a fortnlgl
the scnii-ultimatutn will be ampll
oinr:ii i n w 1 1 iiiiki.i.
i When. uiulr tin- treaty of 1S
Hu.sHia withdrew I'roiii the Hi regiol
it w as incoiuiiilera' ton of certain pel
sessions. It is mnv assciteil Chitl,
(has not kept fault in Hie matter )
!: reaty m ipu l.tt ions
I Iflisf t lie fort l
;mmi,.iii troops u
com'iig return of
111 and proha'd occupancy petnliiil
a new and more definite understnni
oeiwe.n me two governments,
St. I'etcislnir. !' I 17. Accordiiy
to insi met ions, M. Korotovilz, ti
Kuftsi.ni minister to China, has pi
sentcd to that government a not
j ueai inu n the treaty of ivsi. whlt
1 China ha.i sttined disposed to a in
' gate. The note contains yi poiti
8,nU"'"TriiVi;-TTr insists upon rrrtppl.nui
5ri . puin of (ompletp ecitJfi .
frlcudly relations. These are as f
1 Kii-sia's riuht to Impose Im
port and export duties unlimited
except In the "u Veist zone,
v hi h is duty free.
1 1 - 'I'll. it the extraterritorial
lights ef Uussians in China shall
shall not In- intriiired; thst lejfal
ft, its involving Bust-iiii anil Chi
nese vhall he consul' red by a
mixed jm isdictjon.
'ill That Kusilnns sh.iif' enjoy
special prlvlleues of trade ami
duty fret; commerce In Mongolia
and the extra wall provinces.
IV 'I hat Caspian cetisalaiefl
can he immediately op tied at
Kohdo, Khaml and Gucl.cn.
V Hue respect of fhe local au
thorities for Russian consuls.
VI - I J ia lis to enjoy the rli-ht
to acquire real estate mid erect
s' riittu res lu Mongolia and tin- ex
tra wall provinces,
rito run hi Mtx M ii.n: i.
j Tie- province if 111, which h;t-4 be.
j occupied i,v tlie Kusiait siioo I 7"
, and fo which i is intimated iroog
!wj! be KTit, was P-floicd lo the I'll
tl ,i. tr..w or km. p.-.m.,
I for i he Mux-Ian iiili.ihitanlH there 't
, the d-itr. when the treaty tx-cnine
ective was fuad" in art lei I, ii
i 7 a follows:
illti.li.ltalltn of the .iriiiliv
of Hi will lie free lo remain i:i the
plates of their tc'ui! r- id.-ri'-o ;y.
I'hlti' se suhj. i t .; or to emirati;
to liNM.i.1 and to ad .). i'..i:
depei. n e.
si ii.ii-; -i s hi:i.r hii.h i ,
R'isslaii h'liijetH pon"S'.iri'.'
land in the t o .n' r of 111 iv ill
keep llieii ri -i.ls of .ro.rl fvetl
-after the ri.t ..la- ii.lim nt t,f Hie
a.illimov of t(e- l'lii!i'-ii- L'.m i n
lie-nt in that t fi' jj'rv Tlii. pi"-. I
sjoti in niyi a!i;.!l( -al.'e f-i tfn- ire
hah. '.Ill's of tin con'ilv if Hi ,,o
shall a.!'.;.' K't 'Ni'iii r, -it lor.a I y
'iii II. e I -' a e i him it of Chi
lit... aiiMioin;. m ! i a to. mi;.
The v. e fern p'utiou t,f iii
c' linltv o' I i is in' ' i.orai" d wirh
Itllkrifl .11 onler 'o s-i v a- a I lace
t.f tsiai.'l hiii'-li I - ir the lniiiSi
tan's tif this country w ho ha!l
adopt (. R issjau depciidt-n'-'
ami who hv 'his aition will have
had 'o abandon lhe lands whl' I.
they po.iM-:.sed ther.
TEACHERS' PAY IS $64.4
Illinois Siuh Among htalen In ,t
age Salalit-s, Klnlilittt Show.
.Springfield. HI.. Feb. 17.- Illinti
stands sixth in the average salar
paid school tea' hern, according t
figures given on' by Ftate Hupf-rli
tendent Blair. The figurett have I-m
j gathered from ':. 1 states. The avt i
j age saiary paid teachers In Illli.-.l
lit, r.t.tt. California. ManHac!iuettj
Nevada and New York lead the Jin'
Georg'a is at the bottom with Ihe m
average of 127. HI. The men lcat
ers in the ungraded schooU of Ii..
nois receive an average monthly r.a;
ary of 1 47.47. The women receive
average of 38.62.