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SIXTIETH YEAR. NO. 131.
SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911. FOURTEEN PAGES
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Mexican Minister Will Try
to Reach Capital
PEACE TALK SCOUTED
Colonel Dorantes, Federal Com
mander, Cut Off While on
Ban Antonio, March IS. Mexican
Finance Minister Llm&ntour paused
through here early today in his pri
vate car bound for Daredr. He evi
dently Intends to go to Mexico City ty
DrtRASTTE fTT OFT".
Presidio. Texas. , Via Marfa, Teas,
March (. While Colonel Dorantes
;was on a tour of inspection he was
rut off by insurrectos and now he and
tn so!d.;ers are surrounded in a group;
rf hocr.- iiioip than a mile from the j
FarriKoii. v nieh is also reported sur-1
rounded. Kightint; is at close range.'
Peveu federal soldiers were killed dtir-
lug tne ngniing auu one iuB,.rr . ,
mortally wounded. Ojinaga has ieen j
eut off from supplies and wafer.
AWRHI(' WAT 11" 'K.
Chihuahua, Mexico. March m.-(VIa :
El Paso. I Seven hundred American i
residents here held a meeting today 10 !
consider plans ror appealing to maz to
rnd The war as soon as possible. The
city ha.s been under siege practically
JR days and the people's patience is
FIXII SO DRtn.
VA Paso. Texas. March IK. A news
paper correspondent writing from Ca
fas Grandes. where the federals and
Insurrectos recently fought a battle,
tays the insurrectos have disappeared
to the south. He says 60 soldiers re
cently sent out from there failed to
rerum ua nicer, muns 1
out to investigate, they found 30 dead j
SAW 17 1EAD.
A Mormon coming into Casas Gran
ges from Colonla Guadalupe reported
the town of Sabinal this week.
TWO SHOT AS iPIF..
Mexicali. Moxico, March IS. i
Feline Rlos of Mexicali and an uni- 1
dentified man, were shot as spies by j
the insurrectos In a bull pen here
A MKHKA N to rr prf.KU.
Washington. March 18. The Mex-
Jean federal Judge at Ciudad Porfiro :
Scan ienerai juokb nl luuna rumiu
Diaz hns decided to release Henry
Whittle, an American, held In prison
there on charges in connection with
KKRt.'L LEADER KIMT.D.
San Diego, Cal.. March IS. With the
leader. Iuis Rodriguez, sind seven of
followers dead on the fl. !ii of bat-
tie at Tecate. Mexico, and ttie remain
eer of his baneattr.tva i.t the four !
v Ind in the mountains: with the Mex ,
lean federal infantry holding the passes
nd hamlets, the revolution tin the west
fide of the mountains of northern
lower California received P. tevt re Mow
til ARI) HFJIOIWI).
Rl Paso. Tex , March ' 1ST. All ap
roaches to the bridge? leading from
the American tde to Juarez. Mexico,
ere today guarded by three times th
usual force of Fulled Statfs troops.
t daybreak today tents had been se
ep along the edge of the river, and an
entire company of infantry was sent
to patrol the bank lietweon the two
bridges which form the main arteries
rf llufhc to Juarez.
W ATCH F. M il OTHER.
Scores of Mexican soldiers corr.e to
the opposite bank of the river to I oik
across a' the Fnited Sta'es troops. It
vas a typical front i r stene, where th--tirmy
of one nation might exchange
salutes with that of ar.o'her, while each
remaiu on its own soil.
An American who hs returned from
the insui recto territory today said th-.-I'nigliton
insurrectos were encamped
in the hilis south of Juarez. Creigh
ton's band, composed largely of Amer
icans, is suffering severe haidships. a -cording
to this man They have oftev.
font seveial i'.as wi:hont food, and
culy the chjitic c-f cc:r.ing upon a steer
las saved them from actual starva
t.of. I)l! ASslH. 1)1 .
Sail Auiotiio. Tc.. March IS. An
American, ctllrialiy conr.ecft d with th
Vi.ited Stales government, returning
l;'oin Mexico City yesterday, brought -.
u' hcn:!c report of the demonstration
r tamst -. titsott of Presiuem muz
two weeks ago. which look I he form cf j
Hi iiir.g windows of the president's pa!
fcce in the city of Mexico l y a mob of
i us-.jrr c : o s ii; pat is. The rioter..
It is tatU. cii'i !..ui'ii iania; be for' .
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline
Fair and wanner tonight with the
lowest temperature a boat 20 degrees,
Sunday probably unsettled.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 25. Highest
yesterday 62. lowest last night 24.
Velocity of wind at 7 a. m., 6 miles
Stajee of water 2.1 a fall of .1 in last
Relative, horaidity at 7 p. m. 63 at 7
a. m. 71.
A falling tendency In the Mississip
pi win continue from below Dubuque
J. M SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon today to nooa t morrow.)
Sun sets 006, rises 601; moon rises
10:05 p. xn; 9 p. in . eastern rime, moon
In eonjoncfion with Jnplter, passing
from west to east of the planet, 1
degrees south thereof.
DR. AMOSS NOT" GUILTY
Alleged I-1er of Nlfrht Rider Is
Held Innocent of Charge.
HopklnariTie. Ky ., March 18.
"We. the Jury, find the defendant not
guilty as charged In the Indictment,"
read the verdict last night returned
by the 12 men who had sat in the
case of Dr. David Amose, alleged
commander-in-chief of the night rid-
' f8' . Jh Jry was given the case at
shortly after 8 o'clock last night it
was announced that the jury had
reached an agreement.
Dr. A moss was alleged to have led
the raid upon the city of Hppklns- j
! ville. Dec. F. 1907. A mob said to
j have been composed of hundreds of j
r.. frnm f'lir'jtiin f U 1 W M Trip? 1
i and Lyon counties, swooped down
thp rftT ,at at n,gh(. an(J burn.
pd ad wrerkP(1 property valued at
,,a,f R mimon dollars.
of Alleged Shortage
Forced in I-ogan County.
Pontiac, 111. March IS. The
! board of supervisors of Iogan county
, have made settlements on the short
! uge charged against various former
county officials as shown by the re
fort o Auditor Sims of this city as
Ex-Treasurer T. F. Holmes. . .$2,399
Ex-Treasurer Ben F. Coffrr.an. 2,000
Ex-County Clerk X. F. Beadier 532
i Bondsmen of ejtTC!rcuit CIerk
A. P. Keummell
Fx-Sherlff R WbPe .2
, . n' V ThAA-.'n . "
No settlement has been made with
ex-County Treasurer J. E. Miller.
IN BATHROOM KILLS
California Doctor's lipe Ijrnitcs Car-
uictil and He Dies.
Pasadena. Cal., March 18. Dr. Ed
ward W. Hibbard, a wellknown physi-
cian and surgeon, formerly of New
York and Providence, R. I., is dead at
bis home here as the result of burns
received in his bathroom last night.
Dr. Hibbard while preparing for a
ir. iiuiuni'j "'u iitijiaiuijs
bath had lighted his pipe and in some!
n'anner Ignited his night apparel. Ed-1
ward Hibbaid, Jr., an only son, was j as ne jj not ii, to art before the
severely burned in tring to extin-) DationaI commgsion had discussed
guish he flames. Dr. Hibbard was 46;,. .
, . ! the matter. As an abstract proposl-
years old. i -
: tion, he added, he thought the sug- I
HOPE TO COMPLETE FUND;'- bs ,T;
( 'Iceland Memorial May lie Assured
on Rirthday f F.x-I'resident.
Princeton. N. J. March IS. The as
sociation which is collecting a $100.
000 fund for the erection at Princeton
university of a memorial tower to
G rover Cleveland hopes to receive
$1,400 before tonigh'. and thus com
plete the total as planned. Today is
the 71th anniversary of Cleveland's
b:r!hday. and the completing of the
fund on tills day was aimed at in the
original appeal for subscriptions.
Near Death from Burrs.
Galesburg, 111 . March 15. Mrs. T. i
C. Richardson of Maquon is lying st
the tioint of death from burns, be-!
cause of her clothes catching fire. Her'
little daughter. Pearl, sustained e-j
vcre burns while trying to rescue her.
Mexican Stabs Woman.
Dcs Moines. Iowa. March IS. Ame
!io Mario, a Mexican, stabbed Mrs.
I.i'lie I.udlow at the Demosse gospel
mission yesterday and fled. The woman
is in a critical condition.
. . ' . . ' . ., . .
throughout the country will be ben-,
eficiaries bv the conservation oolicv '
established in concoction w
discovery and classification of phos
phate beds in the United States. Ap
proximately 2.54?.l-.r acres of phos
phate lands, which have been exam-
tned by scientists of the geological
survey, have been witDdrawn penu-i 11 'ro"ui" cuuicunc ui a uu.11 01 iinrjuu, muh 01 .:. inn is,e. 1 i.us r.iie me jyr.iiiiipiri offj
:ng legislation which would prevent ! someoncs convinced President Taft almost criminal txtravagance. The ' c-ials have been e xonerated, Mr. Wick
theso lands falling icto the hands of : the troops ought to mobilize near the' work these men perform could easily ' em-ham has not yet been exonerate!
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liUiiofK. lists . t ii'.r areas coTitainiur :
deposits of the mineral are to be
1 withdrawn in tLe near future.
Southern Three-Eye Clubs
Meet Johnson and
ASK FOR "PROTECTION
Hold Unannounced Session at
Chicago Seek to Ignore
Chicago. March 18. President
Tearney of the Three-Eye league,
and B. B. Johnson and Garry Herr
mann of the national commission,
arranged to hold a conference here
late today to determine what action
In the Days of the Harem
members of the league could take
pending the adjustment of its affairs.
WILL WEH.II fARKFl'I.l.T.
Herrmann said earlier in the day
he had no idea w hat could be done.
, of ehn,ition games
whie the league's affa'rs were be-
mietit by mutual agreement play a
j ing ironed out, might be approved
i but that he believed such sanction ,
; would have to come directly from the
'national commission. j
, IMIK, MIT Al.ltKK WITH TKRKV. j
j earn?) reucraiea ms statement i
that none of the northern clubs' rep- :
resentatlves would be heard by the
commission so lone as their in junc-1
tion, obtained in the civil
held, but Herrmann would
Will. HOLD MEETINfi.
Representatives of the several
southern clubs are in Chicago to hold ;
(Continued on Page Five.)
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WHO MOVED TAFT TO MOBILIZE
ARMY IN SOUTH STILL MYSTERY
(Special Correspondence of The Argun )
Washington. March 16. I am in re-j
ceipt of the following telegram:
"Taveuner, Washington: Rush art '. -
ele eiplaining massing American troops
upon Mexican border'
My answer to this request from the
editor Is that I cannot eXDlain it. I
am stumped. i
As to the real reason why our armv ,
lis today camping on the Rio Grande I !
cannot secure any information even
here at the national capital that would -
... , ,. . , :
Jsury me in prerena.ug co ..,U any -
justify me in pretending to know
ith thelttns a0O11t lt- Humiliating it may be.
DUC 11 IB me siiiipm iruiu turn 1 uu uui;inii!r.
know and am unable to find ar.y mem-' bk. i.amk nrrKS.
ber of congress who has any facts on 1 Senators Aldrich. Hal. Burrow?. :
the subject There are plenty of ibeo- Money, Flint and Taliaferro are now
rles. but no facfF. ; members cf the national monetary corn-
-irn.ii, nomier. iuc iiuuis nfiiicp'.
The positive idenU'y of this someone .
or group or som&ones is, ca ti.e day cf
SHOT DEAD IN
H!S OWN HOME
John Schenck, Chicago Gas
Magnate, Probably Killed by
RUMORS OF A QUARREL
Woman Claims, However, That She
Supposed She Was Shooting
at a Burglar.
Chicago. March 18. John Schenck.
superintendent of the Northwestern
Gaslight and Coke company, was
found dead today with two bullet
wounds In his body at his home in the
suburb park ridge. A revolver with
two cylinders empty, discovered in the
room with the corpse, gave rise to the
theory that Schenck had not killed him
self. It was said there has been a
Quarrel in the nouse snortiy before.
J and this fact led to the suspicion he
WIFE ADMITS SHOOTHfC.
The police say that Mrs. Schenk ad
mitted she shot her husband, mistaking
Skirt it Will Be a Wise Child That Knows its Mother
Hit if : unii
him for a burg'ar. Vhen the police
arrived at the house Mrs. Schenk was
hysterical and" required medical atrten-
- - - -
! tion before she could make a coherent
statement. Then she stated, accord
ing to the police, that she was awaken
ed by some one in the house. She
started to investigate, carrying a revolver.
'imposing feature of the Salt river pro
She cannot explain how the gun was j(,clf )he first one undertaken bv the
discharged, but she afterwards called ,.,,,, stte reclamation service nn-
1 hCr hU8Dand- ,,e did "' respond, and
! then hr dlsrovred n was he 6he llal
FOUND IN BRAZIL
ew 1 urR. .vore man m
cases of bubonic plague have been dis -
covered in Porto Alegro. Brazil ac-
X " 1 r UIO X T , n .
i cording to cable dispatches received
88,498 Deaths in Month.
Iondon. March 18. During February
; the deaihs from the plague in India
i reached a total of
I writing, March 16,
a mystery impene-1
When congress meets some facts !
. will be demanded of the president, and !
, poet? ibly the people will be let in on
, the great secret. !
, Rut as for the present, as the Phila-j
delphia North American correctly '
'states all that we know i that "nt-vr
neTore since this nation was a nation
has there been a 'demonstration in
force" of soldiers and sailors, wearing
the American uniform and carrying
the American flag, save when the prov-
, , j . .
any-:oeative issue w as fuliy understood and ,
the action demanded by the American '
ne u-miv oj ine meiiioers 01 tno ff-nai '
finance committee and be members of
the Louse cemtuittee oa takl:
Ex-President Helps Start
FIRST UNDER NEW LAW
Will Water 240,000 Acres in
the Salt River Valley in
Phoenix, Ariz., March 18. Roose
velt and party arrived here this
morning and left immediately in
automobiles for the Roosevelt reser
voir, the big reclamation dam 70
miles east, where formal dedication
will take place at 4 o'clock this af
The Roosevelt dam reclamation
project is situated a half mile
below the continence of Torro
creek and l.'pper Salt river, at the head
of a canyon through which Salt river
flows for many miles. It is the most
der lne provi8on8 ofthe reclamation
.' act, approved by President Roosevelt
June 17, 1902, and after whom the town
at the dam site is named. It is 7G
unit s e;isi oi i iiwiiu, w hich is biiui
tea in tno center or a valley or which
j ii8 corporation represents the farm-
j era in their dealings with the govern
I nl(,rlt' guaranteeing payment of the
i construction cost of the project.
HESKHIOIR 12 MII.KS I.OVti.
The dam creates a reservoir extend
ing 12 miles up Tonto creek and 13
miies up Salt river nearly to what is
known as the intake dam. 4'0 feet
(Coritl.nucd on rage Kitfht )
currency. The money used to nav the
i salaries cf the members of the mou-
etary commission does not come from
Wall street financiers, whose interests '
wili be served by the com miss ion. but
ftom the working classes largely. The
money is collected through the tariff ,
system, which means that the con-'
sumera contribute ihr.ir c l,
- iKii j i i u
j-aiaries of the lame duck senators!
:e.vry time they make a purchase of
. their local grocer or dry goods mer-'.
UKKKlWIlH VOT I lIC iTKII.
In fiadinir tha' the sajfe fJf 55 ,.,!
acres of rich Philippine friar lands to i
nuiai iii'ciesis was qtllle Wl'Q'n the'
law, the congressional in vesMgating i
committ trok refuse behind the much
riiicis.d Ojjinion of Attorcey General'
Wkktrfcbam. former sugar tnifct attoi- i
111.1 i:ug mat tne hale was
the lv.-. Another investi
lg-tioii is prob-
MANY ARE MINORS
Census Shows 41 Per Cent of
IUinoisans Are Below the
Age of 21.
NEAR MILLION IN COOK
Fifrures Given to Stat A nil! tor to Aid
in Apportioning School Funds
Washington. March IS. More than
41 per cent of the total population of
Illinois Is composed of persons under
21 years of age, according to figures I
issued by the director of the census. 1
to the auditor of that state for the j
purpose of apportioning: the school!
funds to the counties of Illinois. j
fk;i iti: ii v coi"vmk.
In the state are 2. 127. S 19 persons j
under 21. In Cook county there are
950,369 under 21; Adams county, 24.-;
030; Knox county. 17.44ii; McClean
j county, 7.:i.V: Macon comity. 2
Morgan county, ICV.'vV Peoria county.
36.017: Sangamon county, 37."S2, and
Vermilion county, 31.939.
MAN AND 300 HEAD
OF CATTLE BURNED
Firemen Narrowly F.scapc Mlicn Via
duct Falls Into lUaing Pens
Chicago. March 18. One man was
killed and 3"0 head of cattle i.unu-d '
death today in a fire which destroyed
a square block of pens in ile i'nion
stock yards here. The body of the
man trapped by the llaiues was found
In the wreckage of a viaduct that fell
among the perishing beasts below.
number of firemen narrowly escaped
being crushed whn the structure fell
Various commission linns owned the
GEN. J. S. CULVER DEAD
Commander of ."th Regiment in Span
ish War liis Suddenly.
Springfield. 111.. March IS. -General
James S. Culver died at midnight last
night at his home in this city of ery
sipelas, aj.ed Mi years. General Cul
ver, who was engaged in the construc
tion the l.elund hotels, behi presi
dent of the Culver Construction com-
han was taken last: Tuesday.
"WnCTttl CtiiU'l1 II f! lit" IBP lflonumeiK
to the Illinois Soldiers at Vlcksburg,
the state arsenal in this city and 11 11-
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liieroiis U Iltr IIIIIUH' bihu nur.t. Mr j
o tv in iiiif t-ao c.' rrt t I if f 11 1
tth Infantrv. Illinois national euanl
LllWU.ll ,lll 1
ind later appointed to the command
of the second brigade. During the
Qiinnti:h..lniorlpnn war be wat roin-
missioned a brigadier general of vol -
unteers. (ienerai Culver rebuilt the
national Lincoln monument
city in 190-''.. He Is survived by his
wife and one son, the latter au offi
cer in the regular army.
new line incorporates!
Certificate Is Issued to Milwaukee,
Peoria and St. Ionis tVunpaiiy.
Springfield, 111., March IS.- Ar
ticles of incorporation were issued
yesterday by the secretary of state
to the Milwaukee, Peoria and St.
Iouis Railway company. It la pro
posed to construct a new road from
Peoria through the counties of Taze
well. Woodford, Marshall. Putnam.
Bureau. Koe, Ogle and Wl'inebar'i
to the city of Rock ford. The com
pany is part of a corporation formed
to construct an electric railroad from
Milwaukee to it. I.ouis by way- of
, ptockford and
(LAKE SHORE TO RETRENCH
Ciencral Manager Says Ipcnilitnres
Planned Will Not Made.
Cleveland. March lv A vv-tem '
retrenchment on the like me :: I
Michigan Southern nil road was an
nounced by General Manager I)
Moon here yesterday,
"It is becominc more evident every
day," sail Mr Mo,?;, "that the rail
j road-c cannot operaie unoer n '
conditions." Mr. yu"i fcfif'l il'.a
jpenditures of $7 duo fi'.r. decided on bv
I the railroad for various Improve- nt.s.
'included a system il ouadi'ip!'' tra Vs.
; would not he made, and intimated
!that the road's wnrUns; for- Aouid
! tr decreased and a numl" r of fri--h'
and passener trains annuiieu.
Dog Bites Two st Clinton.
Clintno. Iowa. Marc h IS - Two bovs
were bitten, many more threatened
and much excitement -a c-i.i-i tn
the bus i net. di-tri't ' f f u hi .-
ttrday by a hra dog A crowd ki:l
ed the ati'ixal. The bos wi'l ser.i
tVio I'a li.r ir.stit-i'e ii, Chii't. go
SPYING ON THE
Hamhurg, Gern any, March
A local papr inuotincb ioor Ger- De Moines Man Shoots Self.
mans and an ICuglir.hn.an have b n ar-. RurPniton. lowav, March IV - A
rested charged v.th having trans-! man who reinlered as Fred Mor-l-riiittcd
to Kng!arid p!ans and sp e ll- sr,n fioni Dei, j,i..t. lov, a t hot u)
cation of (iciii.ari warbliijo uud -r f ttiilly woundd i 1 11 I r ),t-r,. tjMiy
vtn&truvtioc. j wIj:;-- In h.'s room Jn a hotel.
TO BE SHORT
President Completes Va
cation and Will Re
PLANS FOR CONGRESS
May Ask Consideration of an
Arbitration Treaty With
j Augusta. Ga . March 18. The rrr"1-
dent has concluded his spring vaca
tion and tomorrow afternoon wi',l
stari hack for Washington.
I His message to the special se.-.ibui
iof congress will be liricf. if lie follow n
his present fncHn.vion. Whether he
'will directly recommend that nothing
he considered but the p'ciproctt v
1 agreement, nr whether le will indi ai'
such desire simpU bv conlltilug him
St..f IO ,,, .sl,ljec, (,j llu. 11Kr,.,.m..t,
stated at tMs time.
nxu.i: in 11 i:siiniT.
From the staleunuiis df the demo
cratic leaders, however, the prentden'
has every reason to believe the rev 1
sion of two or three tariiT schedule
will he undertaken.
imiTisii 'iiiKi'. runt
There is ;i possibility the president,
may call the proposed arbitration
j treaty with Great Hi itaiu to the n'
tentlon of the special session, but the
I chances are the pact will wait until
the regular session.
ILUriCIS FRUIT IS
! HIT BY THE COLD
Kcp itctl i'liMl Faiiy netie in tlie
Southern Part of llie State
Cairo. Ill . March IS. With a temper
Bture of 2i! decreed Wednesday nigh
! there is no proapect that enrlv p .aches.
w" 1 11 ' '
mid idiiuis in thU se tioti hav
iu-iw t Ullllll" liV
........... .1 lsill l.v fn.fT riv 'riri1iri.'
m ' ..- -
to fruit experts. The trees have all
been in full bloom. Apples Were n i
' advancd and many have e.
"Ke e;illier win lit- I 'illl -! in ,jit-
i in i. . .. :! i .. ..
mlne the extent or the damage dotio to
orchards in southern Illinois, which Is
estimated at. several thousand dollars.
TWO TROLLEY CARS
MEET IN COLLISION
Morristown. Ind, .March Is. Two
traction cars on the Indianapolis -(
i IK in 11 .1 1 i toad crio-h"d Into eacli
other ." miles west of here this after
noon. SIXTY DRIVEN OUT BY FIRE
Deail and One liviiy After
llae in Milvvutikce I !!.
Milwaukee. Wis, Marh I1; - Hie ii
the plant of ti c
spread so rapidly 'h.i' ',' erniil'OcH
were tiieed to hap from lie ",,,.,
and third story indo .' - One pi'isou
is missing and i-i believed to he 'en j I
in the iiii'is. an u n ii'er 1 1 lie I man t
holly was ta'-en ll"iii the iui'is, II pe,
on arc in l!." Kliie :,-u h' i'tal
lurii' ;ii- pr'ibaiil.. tat.cU injned.
and a d'.en others were tiea'cd l
dot tors at Uieil hoflM S The HljaliCl.il
lo.SS Is II"",'"! I
I his i.-. U.i second 'lie the comp-iav
has had in a . v.. . k a d t
iiiauiiain -. a nouunlfti plant, ih'-re i.m
.1 iep ii that the til.i.i. w , , d a: '
J0LIET CONTEST CENSUS?
I 'm.i I Otbi ml- s.ctt lb'- Cily H
H (Hill lllkll-Mll of iil.OOO.
J.,li t ill, .'.hinli l. .Ioii i olti. Irf m
declare t,e ate prepaied to claim .
l.iSs Ol.nt iri the ci'lH'ls flC'irea f,r
la-; City While the (IihUs (jep.irt
ir.ent f..ur,d onlv ::., 7' peopb. in
I,o.,t'li . department f or'el I
si-rvi i daily l.7!i patron 4 A recoid
A as i' j.t for seven days by the
f.irrir? ii-id it ''t learned each crv
ed a:i ii.rat.'e number of tilacet
I'i'.t'd on a bat if i1 in a farnil'. .
this mikes a population of approxl
Oranges and Lemons Record.
Ran P.ernardir.o. Cal.. Match 1H
Twenty-five million oratipes and
lemons were moved ojt of HOiithern
Cal foruia yesterday, 17.' arload-t
f'artlng eastward from th. rtty ami
Colton This is a record shipment
for a single day.