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SIXTIETH VEAP- NO. 308.
BOMBARDMENT OF TRIPOLI
BEGUN BY ITALIAN WAR GUNS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911. SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
HARRIMAN LINES' SHOPMEN
OBEY ORDER; THOUSANDS OUT
THE DEATH CROP
Rome Government Ex
presses Hope of an
NOTE TO THE POWERS
Asks That Negotiations to Fix
Status of the Country Be
Strength of Armies
Cruiser . ... . . .
Gunboats ... . ... ...
Men In navy ...........
Army, peace footing
Army, war footing ......
Cruisers .. . . .
Gunboats ,. .
Torpedo boats .........
Men In navy
Army, peace footing
Army, war footing
. . 31.000
. . 5
. . 39.000
Tripoli, Sept. 3 0. (Bulle
tin) The Italian squadron
opened fire upon the port3 at
Rome, Sept. 30. The Messagero
Announces the government , acting
under the provisions of International
law, 1h allowing 24 hours to elapse
between th summons to surrender
snd the bombardment of Tripoli.
That period expires iu 6 this even
ing, and the bombardment then he
Kins. Berlin. SpC 30. A new agency
dlspaich from Home says the bom
bardment of Tripoli began this
momlnn. There 1 r.o confirmat ion
of tho statement from other sources
TO I'OW Kit's.
Berlin, Sept. 2 0. Italy today sent
A circular note to the powers explain
ing the reasons for action against
Turkey, expressing hope the steps
taken would be confined to the en cu
pation of Tripoli, that tho lofctii;ti-s
be of short duration and that nego
tiations to fix tho status of Tripoli
be begun noon. The note close's with
the assurance the steps taken are l:i
the Interests of humanity ar.d ivil
ization. i:tri:ni:i) to nt: siidht.
Berlin. Sept. .".0. - Thei is an im
pression in diplomatic cin lcS the war
will be of short dar:'ti-m. The b.;
banks profess to have information it
is now !ruuiily over. The truth of
this (!"iU'tido upon the issumptioti
Turkey will submit afti r a s-how of
oppo- if ion t I the of Tripo'i S!;!!
will not tnbark upon a program of
reprisals against Italian ml -jet is and
i:tiii m i iv homi:.
Home. Sept. 3". The ! .' larat i i n
of var uc.inst Turkey l as b. . n r--ccivi.l
with cut h us. asm in a'! parts
of the country. Great I ro, e.-.ioi;s or
ganized at Genoa. Milan. !' rgamo.
I'arma. Pari, Vercelli. Perugia, tl:e
row ds singing patriotic songs and
a. claiming the a: my ami r.a.y. A
new . d span h from T i j " i j. iys a
boarding j arty from the lt.i!i.;ti
siju;n!ron took pi sfm.nii of the Tar
kis!i t rat. sport Hcrr.a at Tripoli, Th
transport made no resistarp'e.
rn'K i m i i: ii:i.
Rous". Se.'t. Pope Pius today
ordered f hi' papa! s- re' try of state
to ootunttir.ti ate to !. ri iiauo Jiat- 'y
t.p-.n r c- ipt all u -ss..i:t s rt .
''.- po!i a fairs. W l.i-n the !!!'.?'
r. .id a d'-pa'i h avtra ;.is the T t 1
.it: r iss:oii a r: s im.J : t i.stit
Trp. 1'. ard th.it tie v ;.! at 'he
Pit',i..n '!' '1 la t o. )::. !.:.:. '; ?
. on- 1. tai.'v iifr-cted i-t.d ' -ilmed :
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j Forecast Tlii 7 P. M. Tomorrow, fo
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline,
' and Vicinity.
Unsettled weather, showers to
'. night or Sunday. Warmer tonight.
J Highest temperature yesterday 6 7,
(lowest ast night 4 5, at 7 a. ra. 4 6.
Velocity of wind 5 miles an hour.
Relative humidity at 7 p. m. 6S,
at 7 a. m. f5.
Stage of river 3.2, a rise of .6 in
lest 2 4 hours.
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
(From Doon today to coon tonorrow.)
Pan sets 5:40, rises 5:32; moon sets
10:35 p. m.: moon farther south and
lowest. Ml-inlght. 273 days of the
year past. 0 to follow. Sun's deolln
tSn. 2 decrees. 43 minutes, south of
celestial equator. ...
Loon of the 2i Lours perm'tteti by
StTAE OF riitsr ri..n.
I'revt?a, the seem of the first en
counter between the Italians ami
'lurks, iii situated at the entrance of
the Gulf f.f Arta, which 1 i-s at the
extreme south end of Albania am!
vhich divides that Turkish province
from Greece. It is remo ed from
the regular line of trrmsit for steam
ers from Venice- and Trieste throuirh
tt.e Adriatic. j
A11HI.I srtM) HEPOUT. '
Rome, Set.t. The duke of .V-rm'-i
cm manded the Italian srpiadton
"htc'i f-i 2:icw the Turki.-h toreilo
hiats o.T I'rcvesa yesterday. Th-i
admiral, the duke of Ahruzzi. has
sent to the ministry of marine the fol
'V arrived this morning before
PrevesH, arid stabhshetl a trai.-ii.R
t'ation. At 3 o'clock the commandants
were uivised by wireless that two
Turkish torpedo boats had successive
ly 1 ft the harbor. We eavo chase
an I nfter c,;ti fire one of th-- bf;at.i ran
ashore, was disal led ar.d i !ui nil??.
The other regained Prevesa. I have
telegraphed felicitations to the com-'
h. aiders upon this action"
.av oTiir.it ai'im:i, to poj;h.
"onsta nf inople, Sept. :;. TRe Turk
ish government today addressed ati
other appeal to the powers exprehslng t
surprise at Italy's action in jieclarius.
war yesterday, and saying there is
fti!l time to preveut. the disastrous and '
evil ffe' t.s of war which nothinir in.
the attitude of the Turkish empire jus
t f;oF. 1 '):- p.rt- appeal-! t) the peace
f..l humanitarian and friendly senti
tm tits f the po.veig to a?sit in con
v incinj; Italy of th.e cenci'iatory Inten
ti!::r; f Tirkey ;-.nd ho prevent the
t.s 'e.-s sh-ddiiig of blood and prief to
tho'isc.ti is of families. The govern
ment usi ed the t'nited States to tane '
i :iar-e of the interests of Ottoman
rets in Kah
pro:t-.ticn of the Italian interests in
i:. .i:ii:nt at iiikvk.
1 lie ot'lcial vt r.-ion of the engage
ment off Prevesa says the Italian
cruiser accemjanied by torpedo boats
attacked two Turkirh torpedo boat de
stroyers as the latter were leaving
I'revi sa one of the Turkish vessels
found refute in O'resa harbor, whi'e
the c'her was s'rifk by several slieMs
and ran ashore. The crew was res
cued. The corn m it tee on ttrdoti and pro
i:r( .s !-s :ed a proclamation denounc
ing Italy ar.d deilarir.n the ottoman
govetiii.'.eLt will oxpeM Italians from
Tcrkey and close Italtan soivjols and
l :;sines l:o-:,;..
' 'sm; IIOVTS SK.l7.Klt.
Chiasso. Sw it.'.erland. Sept. 3". A
wireless !.:isj;i:o received in Italy
from Pear Admiral Aubrey in com
mand at Tripoli. xpresses hope that
the ticiupation of the Tripoli roast
will be p: a- ticaliy v.t comrlished t -nigh.
i. A crt'iser bloiladimr Tripoli
today e:;umd several Turkish tis!)
ir. boa's s'.spe. ted of Loin? spi-s.
Chiasso. S pt. '.''. The Cretans
ro: i!';ed then- r preset. rat :es in Italy
today ti:ey iltd ti. t :t.; rd to permit
the opportunity afforded Ly th Trip
oli afTii:r t - pas without ehtainiLC
t '- r loi;?-d' sired am.-x?ti'-,n to
Cre. t e.
IIISTOIM Of TItOI HIT..
The trouble 1 et'.voen Turkey and
Italy w hich culminated yesterday in
a ib vh-m: e.n of war, dates ba'-k to
iTs. ht with the making i f th
tri aty ludinit th- lUisso-T.irkish
;':.e p. -wets are uiuierstood to
line g ret- 1 to p-rm.t Italy a ' pa
, ; f:, p.-:-: r.-.t ; !; of Triptdi."
T.-.k . i .i.i:;S this rig.'it has been
r- - t.-cted " r since. Itslr has rolo
I V. tpoij until its interests in
::...t .'fill.-.:-. pru :n-e are tr-.tt. It
! . - ss. rr- i. Iiut' o". that t's sub
ji : j .:v e p. ea mis' rested by the
:!: U: u ..utla rito'-s ;.ml constantly
::m rn.::i..t- d agu i nst
iiim i m: mnn i:t.
'.-'rei !!'. v, " i ;.. s i.uve arir-.-n. tuif
th- pr ;--..i i.. g-.:t sailors never:
h.ive r.-., 1 s..T -frtor:!y to Italy.1
: t.t:.e the Franco-German
t i- : s rfardii.c Morocco wer?
; ;i : r , t-g'-.- t::r::'d its a'tentior:
.:t.,'.-i to Tr Eli ! i:i t.! sequent
if r r.s v:?l: ( 'o r.s' a :. ' : nople set
'l..t r,y ojrru:-,s a: nst its
nr.:i-.J in :'-rf i'.ve.)
NEWS ITEM-Scces cf deaths hav
teen mistaken for mushrooms.
IN A RACE FIGHT
Morris, 111., Horseman Slain as
Sequel to Barring Pacer
TRAGEDY FOLLOWS A SLAP
I rank J. Kelbel. Who Fires Shot.
Surrenders to Authorities
Fvtra Guard at .lail.
Motris. 111.. Kept. aO Frank .1. Kel
bel, who just recently retired from the
mayorality of Morris, last night shot
and killed Ole Thompson, farmer and
race horse owner, as the result of trou
ble arising out of a horse race moetiut;
Thompson was owner of the pacer
Midnight Dream, which was ent. r J
in one of the events &(icduld b th .
iocal association, of which Kcbxl is
president. Objection was made by t it
judges to the driver proposed for Mid
night Iream, who is John Irih if
Johet. It was alleged that Irish had
hem guilty of unfair driving at r,thti
races- The outcome of the matt r was
thar Thompson's pacer was not en
tered. There wbs about $75 up on the
event. Thompson became angry
cause his horse was withdrawn.
IlKFI r. IUIK; M.AI'S Kl I lll.l..
Keioel was standing in a saloon
about f-: Ho o'clock last night, wLei:
Thompson enter' d. Kelbej asked hiru
to have a drink. Thompson, say the
onlookers, refused and began cursimx
Keibel. winding up by slapping 'aim in
the face Thereupon Kelbel drew a re
volver ar.d ehot Thompson in the
chest. Thompson died within a short
Kelbel. w ho is a blacksmith, imta
dia ely w nt to his shop, near the sa
loon, ti Id his helper he had killed, a
man. then went to the sheriff's o:'t,"e
and gave himself up.
KXllit ;i Altll at tiik
The t-hooting caused much excite
ment, and for a time v wa f a red
violence might follow. The sh' riff has
an extra gnar.l t the jail to proi-ct
Thompson was abou' 2 years oM.
He is survived ly a widow an 1 two
child ten. He owned ", a-res cf f,rn:i
ilv county land. K i'-1 is " j c a r C. i
and unmarried. He was ob-itel mayor
in 1 arid served two terms. He wa
di fea'ed for reelectir.n this sprinc by
Thomas Steele. Kelnl has chtamel
n:e mention as a lecf-.trer on eco
nomics. This was? thr- first tro . le the
men ever had
FIND VICTIM IN THE RIVER
t'ily I Thought to Have
Hcen Murdt-red by Tluetes.
Ioa City. Sept. 3o. The holy of
Jared Ham. a retired business man.
aged w a found floating in the
Iowa river. His ekull w crushed
and only 14 dollars of the two thous
and he ca'ried when he lei
Saturday a? found cn his
-s. '&-V-''v "x-
lKn reForT" fa" caused
BY KANSAS W. C. T. U.
Taft IJequested to Preveiit Secretary
From .Teliii Presidency of
.National I'rewor-' 'onres.
Kansas City, Mo.. S'.-pt. 30. Res
olutions weret&ilopted at -the state
convention' of the Women's Chris
tion Temperance union at Indepen
dence asking President. Taft to pre
vent Secretary of Agriculture Wilson
from acting as honorary president of
the national brewers' meeting in "hi
caco. A telett'am was sent to the
president embodying the resolutions.
BEATEN AND ROBBED
I'rank Solomon, firivrr for Kxpress
Company, I!e;d I'p in Mauu- j
Sept. 30. Frank Poio -
mon, a driver employed by an ex -
press company, was beaten into un -
consciousness aid robbed of $.1."0 to
day. The driver was making the
rounds of manufacturing plants
when he wa.- attacked and beat over
the heal with a pas pipe. lie- was
later found by the police and remov
ed to a hospital.
FINDS KIN LOST 64 YEARS1
Racine Veteran Recognizes I!r.tlier
Ii-t Since 1.S17.
Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 30. J. A
Stone of Racine, a G. A. It. veteran,
who came to attend the Blue-Gray re
imion ii: Memphis, found his brother,
William Stone, v. hem he had not seen
for til years
T 1 1 T - . I
laev ..,!. raieu in I u -
ton O.. in 117, .1. A. Stone going to
William Stone to Ar -
..ar.sas. V. iien t
ie war began "Wi'Iiani
Ho T;e joined a Sodtheru regine;:t. J.
A. Stone fought under a Wisconsin
' flag. Both regiments were encaged
at the battle of Chickamauca.
I'ormcr Conrrcs.inan Seeks Nomina
tion for oernor.
Newton. III., Sept- tle-orge W.
f itliian, former con-restnan from this
district, announced himself as a dem
en.ratie candidate for governor at the
solicitation of a number of poiith ians
at d e iitors who tatnc here to see him
personally. No platform has been giv
en c- .t. but Mr. Fitbian will formulate
or.e h-.ter. He promises to enter ac
tne'y into the canvass, visiting every
coan'y in the state.
CAPT. HAINS TO
BE FREE MONDAY
Albany, .V. Y., Sept. 30. Gover
nor Dix today signed a pardon for
Captain Peter C. Haines, Jr., whojthan a hundred royalifts have been!
killd Wil'.iam E. Auuis at the Bay-1
side. L. I., Yacht c!b house in
August. iOS. The pardon will Lei
by eating toadstools wh-ch
TAFT JOYED BY
! Chuckles Over Failure of the
i "Frost" Predicted by Some
GLAD OF VISIT TO STEi:
lfa-liee People Leanunl Something
Had in Mis Heart to Tell
i Pedalia, Mo., ?ept. ?.K President
' T n ft q rri fori Itotn of !" 1 1 1 . i o rnnrti.
ing and was taken to the state fair
1 grounds, where breakfast was serv-i
ed at the directors' club house. Af
ter breakfast the president deliver-
ed an address.
... , . . . .
! tJ I'ing his owa trip, the pres -
1UL e, ." eeepuu rtB.
i most coraiai ana pleasing.
i ... .Arn ,, . u.,. , Tn. .. ,.!
Eaid. "I had no fear that my re-j
iception wouin not. no coroiai. How
ever, some had suggested otherwise.
were father to
THANKS KOIt i:KKNIIOItY.
At any rate, 1 wish to testily my
gratitude to the governor, state of-
licers, the congressmen cf Iowa, and!
Benarors' for thfir V(IV r,rdial r-
eeptton, without regard to
wununi rt'cani 10 cjnebiion
whether they agreed with me in pol
iti s or not, and 1 want to say the
same thing about the people who
turned out. I believe they have
learned some-thing that I had in my
heart to tell, and I guess it has not
done them any harm."
II l !KS T A II IKK.
: T(l- .....a,,,-, address in the
A,)r,itr,rium this afternoon was (!-
vou.d c.Ppecially to the tariff and
along the lines of previous speeches.
WOMEN SHOT IN THEIR BED:
Motiier Hies; P.looilliound
S.ayer TIimhikIi KieliN.
Padueah, Kv., Sept 1" Mrs. John
Matlock and her daughter were shot
as tl.ey slept, at home at Ragland. in
this county esterday. the former dy
ing last night. The daechter has for-
en bullets in her body and cannot uve.
An ancrv mo w ith bloodhounds iur-
... all ,plV o.., it i ilf. ,
sued the assa-m a.l da a ;d it i. be-,
l eie.t It fcurroumtcri in l:i.-t n irtit
The ehase was resumed at daylight.)
He w ill be kiiicd if he is aught. ;
Tag Day in One Week.
A week from teday 'he- bush, egg dis
trict will be puti'iied by workers for
liethany heme, who will s'll tas. ;.c
cordhig to tin aari'ial cus'om The
bits of pasteboard can be bought for
any sum that the purrhas-r sees fit
to pay, and they will stamp the wearer
as one who beiitv- in and moaragei 1
Oporto, Portugal. Sept. ::. More
arrested and o:t.-r arrests are ifc.j
ing made following the di'overy of;
the monarchist ccpir.y here tu -
BALLINGER WILL NOT
SUE G. PINCHOT NOW
Former Secretary of Interior An
nounces Purpose Not to Proceed
Airainst IHpoeeU Forester
Denver, Col., Sept. 30. Former
Secretary of the Interior R. A. Bal
linger, who threatened legal action
against Gi fiord Finchot in the heat
of the Alaska coal land controversy
and whose friends, he says, have
been urging Mm to sue the former
national foreeter upon the latter's
arrival at Seattle from Alaska, an
nounced today that after long and
careful consideration he ha decided
not to make a legal attack. Mr. Bal
linger issued the following state
ment: "Many of my friends urged me to
institute an action against Mr. Pin
chot when he arrived in Seattle on
his return from Alaska. I would
not In any event compel Mr. Pin
chot to defend a suit in my home
city, across the continent nearly
4,000 miles from his own home. This
would appear to take an unfair ad
vantage. But in any event I have definite
ly determined to enter upon no le
cal controversy with him, convinced
as I am that the Judgment of the
American people as to matters that
would be involved In such a suit al
ready coincides with that of Presi
dent Taft, so emphatically and chi
valrously expressed at the time of my
resignation, of the attorney general
and of a majority of the congression
al investigating committee."
HOT SALOON FIGHT
ON AT SPRINGFIELD
live Thousand Voters Petition for
Referendum on Ordinance Re
Springfield, 111.. Sept. 30. There
is to b an upheaval in Springfield
I over the saloon regulation. Nearly
live thousand voters have petitioned
for a referendum on tho ordinance
recently passed by the city commis-
i sioti requiring that the bartenders
be licensed, prohibiting saloons wlth
if 100 .tests. oLji jchurch.. and. giving
the ' commissioner of public safety,
instead of the mayor, the power to
suited in a determination of the
' '0' m ission to Pai4S other spVT
ordinances ror a i,kuu license, re-
moval of screens and the prohibition
of saloons in residence districts. At
the referendum election demanded
by the "wets" all these problems
will bo submitted that the voters may
take a 'pot shot" at saloon regula-
DOG BITES OFF GIRL'S NOSE
j ... . . ,. , ... . ....
Physicians Sew SevereI Ilece on the
j VicUm' Face.
j Klgin, III., Sept. SO. "Pat,
. , 30. "Pat." a bull
I terrier, attacked Miss Elsie Stoddard.
its owner, here, and bit ner nose orr.
Attending physicians have sewed the
I members on, but fear the operation
' will be a failure. Miss Stoddard, a
prcunlnent society girl, member of the
was ljimr on a couch when the dog
with a growl leaped up and bit her
I)ose to the bone. physicians found
the end t ller r,oge Bevered.
CLANCY ADJUDGED GUILTY
Milwaukee Fire Chief I trusted by
! Milwaukee, Sept. 30. The fire
and police commission by a vote of
: 4 to 1, decided that Fire Chief Tliom
1 as Clancy was guilty of a long series
txf -Imrrtia rtuvt rAJriRi hlrn nnri
A..i., fo ren.ov Mm from nfftcA
chut nar, hdipvf. th i,itrr,t,i
the result of the socialist adminis
tration's determination to get him
out of office.
Rider is Dumb After Fall.
Meib-tte, S. IJ., Sept. 30. Miss
Susie Rehm, 20 years old, daughter
of a farmer living near here, has
been permanently speechless as the
result of injuries received when
thrown from a horce. She has all
her fa'-ulties, except that she is mi-
ble to utter a word.
Woman Takes 14th Spouse. i
Portland, Ore.. Sept. 30. A rec-;
was established in the federal tourt'-"" is"-r or romaim. ore. on
when Nellie I.ane. an Indian woman points In a ip.-ro.iiid match lor the
of the Siletz tribe. Introduced 1 heavy weight ehampionxhlp of ArnUra
member of the same tribe as h'r;.
11th husband. The man smilingly)
admitted that he was a mere begin-! Lord Northcote Is Dead
ner in the matrimonial field, having! l-ndoa. Sept. ?.h lrd Northcte,
been married but four times. better known as Sir Stafford Nort.i-
Pioneer German Paper Sold.
Ii' troit. Sept. 30 The Volksulatt,
I)etro.t 's ejldest tj'-rman newspaper,
has been kold to August Marxhausen,
owner of the Jtetrr.it A bend-l'ost
The iast issue of the
which was founded 53 years ago
Veekly Bzfik Statement.
New York, Sept. SO. Wecklv bank
i ftattment: Uau, decreased .Ctv j
'O jO; net deposits, decreased $S, 1 77.00o.j
Employes in Various Cit
ies Leave Places at
CHICAGO'S ROLL 4,000
Vice President Kruttschnitt of
Railway Company Returns
Unions in Strike
The personnel of the
both systems follows:
Sheet metal workers 1,200
4.AOO OI'T AT CHICACO.
Chicago, Sept. 30. Four thous
and men employed In the Illinois
Central shops at Burnslde walked out
this morning, obeying yesterday's
strike order. Two-thirds of the po
lice department here were held in re
serve in anticipation of an outbreak.
ISO ENGINK l.M inOI'S.
One hundred fifty locomotives In
course of repairs are in the shops, and
more than five hundred cars are in the
yards, not available for use uutil re
pairs are completed, according to the
Vice President Kruttschnift, who will
represent the Harrlman lines in all
negotiations looking to the end of th
strike, returned here today from New
At New Orleans 115 were thU
morning added to the number of Il
linois Central strikers, making the
total out there 1 ,d00. It is estimat
ed l,3(Mt men are out at Memphis.
Six hundred quit at Vlcksburg. Sev
eral hundred Illinois Central men at
East St. Louis struck at 10 o'clock.
RRSPOMI I TEXAS.
At Algiers, Ka., 350 employes of
the Southern Pacific shops struck
and .100 men of the same company at
San Antonio, Texas, quit. One hun
dred I'nion Pacific car men stopped
work at Kansa City. Ntarly 200
are out at Denver.
Houston, Texas, reports twelve
hundred to fifteen hundred railroad
AT OTHP.Il POINT.
Other ioints report men out as lol
lows: Macomb, Miss., 1.000.
Freeport, 111., loo.
Ogden. Utah. 400.
Omaha, Neb., exact nnmher not
given, but it Is estimated the majority
of the 1.200 I'nion Pacific men are out.
Padueah, Ky., 700.
Reports this afternoon indicated the
order for the strike by shopmen on the
Illinois Central and Harrlman lines
has been obeyed generally. Approxl-
j 12-'M" en ,n h" chief cltieH
Waterloo, Iowa, Sept. 3 0. I'p to
noon today there was no walkout at
the Illinois Central shops here.
STHIKKUS AUK KVJOIKlt.
New Orleans, It., Kept. 30. Strik
ing employes of the Illinois Central
and Yazoo and Mlshlsklppl valley rail
roads were tfday permanently enjoin
ed by an order of the I'nlted States
circuit court from Interfering In sny
i manner with the affairs of the rail-
1 roads. The Injunction Is sweeping and
to "any person
'Jurisdiction of tho court.
German Aviator Killed.
Berlin, Sept. 30. Captain Entitle,
hardt, the pioneer German n viator fell
and was killed yehterday during the
aviation week program at JohnnUl hal
field. Englehardt was trained by th
Wright brothers and was the leading
aviation authority in Gernir.nv. Hrr
Sedlmayer was a passener with Kn
glehardl His nt-'ill wax fraetuied and
he received other injuries
McVey Defeats Lester.
7 -o ..,
Hvdne, N S . Sept. .,0 nam
McVey. of California today defeated
cote, fermerly overnor General o: Aus
tralia, died yesterday.
Renominate Brand Whltlock.
Toledo. Ohio, Kept. ::o. Brand
Whltlock was nominated for in.;'
jT hi lomxh term by the indep'-r.-
i dents w hile he as ill in bed.
Rodgers In Ohio.
Marion, Ohio. Sept. 30, Aviator
Rodger panned over this city at l 2j
having f!o'afroin Kent, O., siace th.s