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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1911. -TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 24.
TAFT'S ADVISERS URGE HIM
TOGO SLOW ON TRUST FIGHT
Big Business Must Know
Standing, They Tell
jthe freezing point Wednesday.
cloudv and colder.
HARINPT HAS MEETING Temperature at i a. m. 2s. High-
OHDIilCI nMO mr.r.lUlU,Mt yesterday 31. lowest last night,
Velocity of wind at 7 a, m. S miles
Tariff and Combinations Main Precipitation none.
Issues Before the Coming
Session of Congress.
Washington. Not. 14. President ;
Taft met his cabinet today for the- j
first time in three mouths. Secretary 1
Ktiinson, who la in Kansas City, was ;
"he only member absent. j
It la generally believed In official
circles that Secretary Wilaon is only
delaying announcement cf his resigna- !
Hon until Cue president decides upon j
another man for the p.aca. '
MEJA(E IK CO.NSIDERED. j
The meeting today w as largely de-1
voted to consideration of the prebi
'ient'a message and official reports of
abinet officers. 1 he president's rec
ommendationti to congress for bupple-
mentary anti trust legislation, proba- j
bly along Hdpb of a federal iDcorpora
tlon art. will be turnied at er confer- THOUSANDS
enceg with Attorney Geneta! Wicker- .
TARIFF AD THK THl JTS.
It is understood the presidents ad
visers today pointed out that the work
coming before congress will center up
on two main issue tariff atid trusts. !
The president's advisets seem to favor j New York. Nov. 14. Six thousand
legislation which will permit business ; children sang bon voyage in St. Par
to go ahead and know whre it stands. ' rick's cathedral today to Archbishop
ft became known today that the deel- ' -John Farley of New York and Apos
sion In the National City bank case , tolic Delegate Faiconio. who sailed fcr
will probably be made Boon by the
president, fien though some stepa
have been taken to dissolve the rela
tions between the batiks of the Na
tional City company.
I'OWKHKt I. IK1,I KC E KHtT.
Certain powerful western bankers
are reported to be Insisting that the " ri of ti e diocese accompanied them
legality of such a corporation as the o the river and aboard the eieamer
National City company be fully defer- j Koedaie, where 500 clergy and 1,000
mined before they will give full rjp; 'laymen crossed the IPjdson witblhem
twrt to thf AMrietr plan '?"crjrrcncy" to lEo "Jersey shore. ""At rfoboken t..
reform. cardinals-designate Ijoarded 'he Kron-
corr or i-ivi'St: MEiF:. prirzppsin Crcelie.
Washington. Nov. 14 The president OPERATOR KDS ME-t,E.
m planning to take up the hih roi-t j The liner skirted as closely as it
of living In a special message to con- could to th" Staten island shore, where
Kress when he transmits the report or: thousands watched it steam out to sea.
i .e tariff board's investigation of the ' On a hill at New Brighton a wig-wag
wool and cotton schodul.-s. It in al-o operator signalled the caniina'.s-desig-fald
the president will vigorously re-' nate a message of farewell.
new his recommendations for a per-
-ela post. The tanff board findings BIBLE IN MURDER TRIAL j
will show. It is, declared, that much or RAQIQ PfiR AM APPFAf 1
the hih crrrtt of living is due to the -HIJ run HIM Hi t CnL.
middleman rather than the tariff. ( Keokuk. Iowa Nov. 14 Tiecause
ERWA5T PRESENTS PI I.P ( I. AIM. f
uasnington. rsov. 14. ,erniany to
day made formal claim, i:nder the fav
ored nations clauso in th existlns?
'reaty. for the same privileges enjoyed
'y the Canadian pulp and paper of free
''.Qtry into America. Other countries
'lave made the same request. The
American publishers' association
also fllM witb tbe state depart
ment a plea that the applications of
?h5 i-O'intrieg tie iniroeii'it.-U ;illcw-
CALL SIXTH VENIRE
IN M'NASVIARA CASE
1 os Angeles, Cal.. Nor. 14. The
'h venire in the McNamara rise r.p
;eared'in court today, and the tedious
examination of talesmen v-us contia
'.vd. There are ncw in the box three
.xnrn jurors and tlx men acc-ptod a.--c
car.se by both sides. It developed
' uat Oacar Lawrence. forri--rly asist-
nt attorney general ccnne.-; d v,it!i
1;.- dep'irtmc-nt of the ii tero-, w ho f n
':rei !n the so-calle.-j rial' ;r.er-P;ni ho:
xPt rovers y. has become ? tTr''pr of
he prosecutkin's staff in ?l;p case.
DR. KNABE'S THROAT CUT
BY DOCTORS. SAYS WOMAN
Klvkoc'.. !:;!.. Nov. :;. A
51 P. '""' d here t
Fr. f'arric Gregory . !
She M she was ?tf ir.
a u ;rso
'so Lad dis-iptwared lrotu Indiana;o-:
:. j,:-.'" rhosc s'.i' e;p cut ws? wanti-u
t the ir. Kn.iise mirivr i?v;'Ut:ui!. :
-'r.e rv.i? tho deat'i tame ";: t!.ro:;g:i '
in ji!cni;t to f':rtl.cr s".c- -. 1-
r that a pitiert in wiin Ir Knai
t rt other ihys:ciaT;s cr deeply
rested t-ad an :il!rit-r.t that was
; :r the blc d a::d it waa the th-
f ! r At-j'r :h.it tltc ui'UiaTi'-
otild b ' svij if ro Quarts cf
-O'-b4 be cra:!;ea fr.is u ptr
':. aif'v jc . : ir. n of n. an or ' o-
' be .jtf 'fd llity t'::c patP-21'S
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Tic-:: th- iit'!:.:;. 1 af. f.t the
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a : . r ..v. n biood. tt:. tsLiu;.
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Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow, Tot
Rock Island. Davenport, Molina,
Rain or enow and warmer tonight
i iri-h the. lnwfst tfemnerature near
I Relative humidity at i p. m. ,
: at 7 a. m. 65.
Stage or water 6.7. a fall of
in last 24 hours.
J.M.SHKRIER, Ixeal Forecaster.
rFrom noon today to noon tomorrow .1
Pun sets 4:3S. rises 6:45; moon rises
2:1S a. m.: moon at greatest libration
wt; last night for Leonid meteors
FAREWELL GIVEN !
Notable Honor Paid Archbishop
Farley and Delegate Fal
conio at New York.
ARE AT PIER
Sail for Home, Yit They -Are to
Ik- Invested by Head of Koniaii
Koine. where they are to br elcva'ej
to a mrdlnalate. Thousands of parish
ioner lining the route from tin- cathe
dral to the Hudson river waved them
KM'ORT OI' MOSir,VORI.
An escort of 5') otficials and mons-ig-
Tounty Attorney T. G. CraiR read pas
sages from the bibie for the purpose
j of -onv1ctiug John Roland of the m'.r-;
' der of Mrs. I-ily Jones. th defendant a
a'torney - e.-terday asked for a new
trial. ITere are a few ot ti e passages
which the ouny attorney read:
"Who sbodd th man's blood, by man
: eha'l bis b'ood be t-hed."
i "And he that kilk-th any man. shall
s i-ely be put to dca'h.'
i "MnrfnitT. he -s'fiall take no s::ritfa
Jtion for th life of a murderer 'Ah'ich
is p i;ity ot death; l.t l.e shail be put
j ti d at n."
I After the oojnty attorney had dosed
;his argument by reading the passages
: the jury retired and brought hac k i
verdict of "guiPy," v.';rh
; rnetit aftlxed at li'e imp: isotipicn t.
i Three j'irors wat ted to bans the de
fendant. RICHESON PLEADS NOT
GUILTY; HEARING JAN. 15
tcs;oi.. Nov. 14. Clarence V. T. :
R:cheson. the C-m bridge minister ia-;
cictvd for the murder f Miss Avis In
reil, will faco a j:;d-.e and jury January
15. ti date fixed for b;s fial e-ter-day.
when the pastor appeared in the
c.Jfo'.k county superior court. He took
his piace In the s'eol cae f'r crim
inals and retrained standing P;rir.g the
proietdiigs. It took the cltrk tnen
ti.in-ites to read the indictment and at
I's ccnc'.uclon Richeson In a clear
voice and without any emotion, plead-j
ed "not guilty." ;
Washington la Rescued.
Astoria. Ore. Nov. 14. Rescued
f r'ru th jaws of deat'e. after u battle
wirh the rietierts extecdirg over tear-
!y S-t hours, the ecboorer Washington,
which nn-ck cm Peacock fSplt tarly
Hun lay e.Verr.oor!. Is being towed to
thin port. Therw ere 50 c board.
Kibed by Brother,
(.al-na. 111., Nov. 14. Accidentally
fhot ;t back last Friday by a 3-
ytar-c'.d broth-r durir g tarf t practice. '
Her bert Di itiit'it-r, 12, d!td today.
Tr.eatrlcai Man Ends Life.
f iuciituati. O., Nov. 14. George
lieuf of the theauu&l rra of Heucii
Fennt-s&y, v.fcuh oua and maaagesl Noday, Mich., Nov. 14. Erick An- i leg its f ;rce end makicg some progress the opening session of the Trans-Mis- at;! ba been notified from Calils that thrown in a panic by a fire oppo
ti.eatres iu this and ether cities, killed , derswn, 10 years old waa siruci in tha ! la removing garbage accumulated dur- j slsslppl Commercial congress whitlj, it in believed Kdsr W, Mix, one of the fcite tbe building. The prisoners
on r ;,i .- .i
citing bis throat. Worry j
rs affairs I.- i ; 10 hve
t'.t suicid, J
FAST FOR DENEEN
Adjournment Ee solution Pass
cd While Proroguement
Message Is on Tap.
I MAY CALL EXTRA SESSION;
General Israe Opinion
Showing Authority for Action
Springfield, I1U Nov. 14. The legis-j
lature adjrnoned sine die today. Gov-
ternor Deneen's secretary was waiting
; with a message proroguing the legisla-!
ture uctil January, 1913, but the house j
rushed an adjoT.reent resolution j
; through, cent it to the senate, and it ;
j was immediately passed there. The
! governor's message was received af- j
terwards It is intimated the gover-
nor call an ev'ra session.
i c.ovkkor MUtwx I'owf.r.
, Governor Deneen bad the absolute
authority to adjourn ;ht legislature by
i issuing a proclamation of prorogation.
MJW S ITEM I'reidnt 1 aft.
ration of his third annual tnesjaje
2 t oreruimei-.
and he can call another session of the
! cetiera! ii's'tnbly to meet riuriag the
(recess. There ii no nance for th.9
courts to review his act. This is the
' opinion of A'torny General Stead, and
'it whi delivered to the governor about
i 7 o'clock last night.
L0MG AND SHORT HAUL IS
SUSTAINED BY COURT
T'ashineton, Nov. 14. The com-
merce court today, in a decision in
the transcontinental rate cases,
holds the long and short hnul pro
vision of the interstate commerce act
Kansas City. Nov. 1 4. A tempo
rary injunction against the enforce
ment of reduced rates on transpor
tation of iron ard steel within the
c tVi.nted by the federal
DES MOINES POLICE HEAD
REMOVED FROM POSITION
Pee Moines. Iowa. Nov. 14. Fell T.
Roe, police commissioner, was sum
marily removed from his position as
head of the public tafety department
by the city council yesterday. Re
cent newspaper criucism wa gH-fu as
the cause for the action. Jolin T.
MacVicar was assigned to the pol-rvj
department, while Hoe becomes head
of the health and fire department
139,000 WOMEN ENROLLED
IN STATE FEDERATION
Galeeburg. 111., Nov, 14. The II-
i linols Federation of Women's Clubs
mt here today, Th annual report
.of tho preeident shows 3J"i federated .
women's club with a membership of
over thirty-nln thousand.
Sheteut Fractures Skull.
head by a "shot put" by Harold Erick-
sob la tfcs high eci:cKl yard hrr, His :
fhU wm trtenri, ,
FIX PRICE BY
i President of University of
Wisconsin Proposes a
TO REGULATE NATION
; QffgpgfJ QS Sut)StitUtS tOf GOV"
ernment Plan to Dissolve
j Boston, Nov. 14. Regulation of
i prices by a national commission sim
ilar to the interstate commerce com
mission, rather than a general disso
lution by the government of so-called
trusts, was urged by President Van
BUSY DAYS AT THE WHITE
jffttY '!(feW 1
back fron bis ioomer through ih
to Congress. It give promise of being more voluminous than anv of
Hise of the University of Wisconsin,
,a close friends of I .a follette, in an;
address on "Concentration in Industry" '
; :t Harvard university this afternoon.'
TO SHOW Kt OOMIC AUVA!NTACE. '
If economic advantage be shown!
ftom concentration of industry, be j
1 would not prohibit such concentration.
i But when combinations do not result i
: . ... . 1
lu economic advantage, the commis- ,
sion should have power to dissolve '
,!PTn rn rt natural rpKoiiro i
antharcite coal for example, he thought i kushneii & C.lessner, Piano, Milwau-: to both of ua that we cannot recon
the rcmmisKion should have anthoritv ! kee. Kevstone'. Minnle Altman. Miller ! file our views of life. The fact that
to compel economy in method of pro- t
GLUCOSE MERGER IS
NOW REING PLANNED
New York. Nov. 14. Negotiations
looking to a $10,000,000 merger Inde
pendent glucose and starch manufac
turing companies are under way here, j
The concern lr Is nronosed to amal-
gamate do about thirty percent of the ' organized simply to evade the laws of
business. Among them are firms in ; lbe 6tate wh,ch hatred th holding
Cedar Rapids, Keokuk and Clinton.. : company from fuf ring. The commis
Edeuburg, Mo., end Indianapolis, Ind. j e'oner toml that the International had
practically a monopoly on tho sale of
HARRIMAN'S PHYSICIAN I b,nder" ,n
SUES FOR $4,500 FEE The decision provides that if the
New York, Nov, 14. Dr, Joseph company pays the fine and separates
Frankel, one of the physicians who sb-i Itself from the International Harvester
tended E. H, Harrlman In his last ill-! company ef New Jersey, files a utate
nesc, filed en action to recover $4,500 ment of its business and shows It to
from Mrs. Mary W. Harrlman, widow , the court It will obey the law In the
of tie financier, Dr. Frankel sent Ii;future, It can be permitted to continue
Lis bill of $4,500 for services from ' business in the etate. Bfxty days are
llarch 1 to September 1. 1303. Mrs.
Harrlmaa admitted thai the services
were rendersd, but tialmtd tha bill Is
New York Retrieving Garbage,
! New York. Nov, 14. The street
! cleaning derartment Is slowly inereas-1
icg the strike of driver. A general !
ttaustere' strike U rw propost-d by
tbe uuitra 4rt
International Concern Is Also
Assessed a Fine of
HAS A BINDER MONOPOLY
! Xumber of Companies Are Absorbed.
It Is Charged, and Competi
Jefferson City, Mo., Nov. 14 . The su-
preme court today tssued a writ of
UUOll CS.4I U 11C -S----im -
Tester company, with a capital of $20,
000.010. and assessed a fine of $50,000
for violatiou of the anti-trust law. The
company. September. 1910. was found
guilty of violating the Missouri anti-
trust laws by Judge meoaore Brace, a
commissioner appointed by the state
YEA It TAKING TESTIMOW.
Taking of testimony, which contin
ued over a year, was conducted by
Governor Hadley, then attorney ten-
Up i. n,Pnn
eral. The case was submitted to the
supreme court for affirmation last
April. The effect of the decision is to '
prevent all companies comptising the
International company from conducing
further business in the state.
FORM M.I.I.IN; COMPVY.
Tho International company was o:
ganized in 1902. It absorbed success-
.V,. :. I. Ti ,
lur -Mu.urun.n, jjeeimg. waicjer,
Buckeye, and the D. M. Osborne com-
The International Harvester com
pany. Commissioner Brace declared In
bis r?port, by reason of its enormous
capita! of $120,000,000, could not ob
tain a license In Missouri, so the In-
j ternational Harvester Company of
America, a selling agent, waa organ-
lzed and obtained a license.
PI, AT TO EVA UK LAW.
This concern. Judge Brace said, was
allowed tn comply with the order.
were made here yesterday. Corn land
OPEN TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 19 ,n e'1-' omand than In any for
nniiiirnniii rn c r year, and offers by perspective tfei.-
COMMDnwlAL LUNuRcSS aut? ran aa high as $S an acre.
Kansas City, Nov, 14. (secretary
of War Stlmson and former Senator American fcu'cldes Abroad.
Aldrich were the principal speakers at
besan here today, gtlmifon discussed
the affair of Lis departiuvui, and Aid-
irttU JK ea ,'Currory Liiition.'
AMERICAN WARSHIPS REACH
AMOY; DRAGON FLAG FALLS
REICHSTAG TO HAVE
VOICE IN TREATIES
Berlin, Nov. 14. General criticism
iiii connection with the Moroccan agree-
mert with France that the relcbstag
has made a breach in the constitution
al position ot" the emperor as a treaty
makiug power. Vice Chancellor Del
brueck today announced to the relch-
stag a committee to whom the France-
G erni an
treaty will be referred that
government had found It to
just that parliament should
consulted In a treaty in
volving teh acquisition or secession
of colonial territory. Therefore they
accepted the proposed statute requir
ing assent of the reichstag and bim
c.ctraih to any change in the boundary
of a colony, but the Morocean-Conso
treaty was excluded under the existing
rrl)n, Nov. 14. The first tan
gible result of the Franco-German
agreement appeared today when a
contract was signed by which
French and German mining syndi
cates in Morocco were fused on a
basis of equality. Mining rights in
Morocco have been one of the chief
causes of friction between the two
i EDUCATION IS AIDED BY
MILLIONS OF PULITZER
! New Voik. Nov. 14. The will of
i Joseph Pulitzer was filed
: nrot'ate todav. The most consnlc-
I uous tcatues are the ratification of
jthe gift of $1,000,000 to Columbia raised the republican emblem over the
; university for the establishment of taotai e palace at 2 : 55. Simultaneously
,a school of journalism and the rat-' a r""w 'ri colors were displayed In other
ifk ation of an additional $ 1,000,000 j ouar'ern Gf ti,e city. Many Japanese
for the same purpose, subject to cer-jI1(l white flags also appeared,
tain conditions which, if not com-j miekmax To nuAT
plied with by Columbia before thej Manila. Nov. 1 4. Announcement wns
amount is paid over will result in ! that the sailing of tho transport Sher
the sum going to Harvard university, i that the stilir.g of the transport Sher
1 oTie-h:ilf of it for a Hchool of Jour-jmaii for the 1'nited States was post
j tialism and one-half for many un-i,ued. No official explanation was of
i usual prizes and scholarships as set ' fen-d. but manv officers expressed r
: forth in the will. In addition to out
j lining at length the school of jour
j nalisui plan the document seta
! forth a large number of interesting
; beq'.iests not previously known.
; Among these are:
' Two hundred and fifty thousand
i dollars for a scholarship fund at Co
Five hundred thousand dollars to
I the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Five hundred thousand dollars to
the.. Philharmonic -society of New
hundred thousand dollars to
Mr. Pulitzer's faithful valet, Jabez
One hundred thousand dollars to
be distributed by the executors
among his personal secretaries,
readers and companions and certain
editorial writers employed on the
Fifty thousand dollars for the
e-ertion of a fountain in Central
Twenty-five thousand dollars for
the erection of a statue of Thomas
Jefferson In New York city and some
The capital stock of his two news
papers, the New York World and
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, are left In
trust for bis sons and their male is
sue during the liven of tbo two
LIFE VIEWS DISAGREE
SAYS MRS. TARKINGT0N
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 14.
Mrs. Booth Tarkington, aner being; They held a long conference on the
awarded a divorce decree yesterday, political situation. Bryan relterat
made the following statement: ! ed an intention not to run for nrcsi-
In justice to botn or us. J win
say that I fully acquit Mr. Talking-)
1" MT'Er 1""
of teinrierairint and habit and after.
, - '
; IljrJe ye;ir8 of effort it is apparent'
we have not been able to rotne to
thi tame viewpoint does not mean
that either of us approves of divorce
for any light reason." j
Mrs. Tarkington is the daughter
of the late Stoughton J. Fletcher,
who was a wealthy backer of thfH
city. She is a writer of verse and
contributed it to the magazine:, filie
and her husband maintained a rFi-;
deuce in Indianapolis, but fci.euf. a
great deal of titne at Paris, Capri
and New York.
In Its de?ree the court Paid the
matter of compensation to Mrs.
Tarkington had been arranged sat-
isfactorlly In a private agreement. ,
She did not auk for alimony. The-
custcdy of their 5-ycar-obl daughter!
Is given to Mrs. Tarkington, but Mr.
Tarklrsrton is prmittd to have the
child for one month each ycr and
" at sucn ctner times - ire
may approve after application h
Lec-n made to it.
Corn Land in Great Demand.
Kewacee, III., Nov. 14. Forty-five
i applications to rent a 2r'fracre f irm
Paris, Nov. 14. The American con-
bet known American residents of i
Pari-!, tommitud su.clde by jumping
from eUauaal Hcaiaer cundy ulsht,
Radicals Gain Ascendency
and Taotai Flees to
MOVE ON WALLED CITY
Republican Colors Raised Over
Palace Japanese Emblems
Amoy, Nov. 14 The radicals gained
the ascendancy here and Taotai Chang
was compelled to fiee to Hongkong
during the night. The city la in great
j confusion. Tee American warships
Saratoga. Monterey and Quires arrived
today. Two British destroyer are
R-IE HEPrntlCAJf FX AO.
Early this afternoon crowds began
to assemble for the conference with
revolutionary leaders. At 2:30 the
gunboat Qiienkal, flying the dragon
flag, cast off its lines and steamed out.
for!of the harbor. Then about a thousand
revolutionists formed a line and
marched on th
walled city, where they
belief that the boat is bein? held for
use in carrying troops to China. A
largo detachment of soldiers la ready
to move on 24 Lours' notlct.
COMMITTEE l GOtKHllVI.
Bt. Petersburg. Nov. 14. A dispatch
from Mukden confirms a report that
the Manchurlan government has pass
ed Into the hands of a committee.
Alao (hat Chinese constitutional lead
era are conferring there ae to the best
IDean" vt-rnittng- the revolution -1th-
out further bloodshed.
TUMBLES ON TRACK;
TRAIN SEVERS HEAD
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 14. Rob
ert Cool, a retired Illinois farmer,
74 years old, slipped on tho snow
in crossing the Great Northern
tracks hero yesterday and wai de
capitated by an empty mall car
which was being switched. The
body was crushed beneath the
wheels and tho head rolled alouK
under the truck 150 feet before th
switch engine could be stopped.
BRYAN REITERATES HE IS
NOT TO BE A CANDIDATE
Chicago, Nov. II. William J.
Hyran and Senator Kern of Indiana,
who was Bryan's running mate in
tho last presidential election, rnel
here today. Kern la here as a mem
ber of the Lorimer ;ommittee and
Bryan camo to attend a banquet.
NAYLOR CLAIMS BROWNE
. . . . .,w . w . w
rhicnifn Nov 1 4 former
resentatlve Naylor, democrat, today
told the Lorlmer Investigating com
mittee that lA-t- O'Neill Browne tint
ed him to vote for lyorlmer Intimat
ing It would accrue to him political
ly. Naylor nald be declined, and
opposed Iorinier's election. Patrick
.1. Keeley, once attached to State's.
Attorney Wayrnan's office, to'd about
having witnesses tinder bin cn'e. He
t-aid Sidney Yarborouyh told him he
expf-cterl money to help White "put
something over on Brovne." Keeby
also nab! B"kemeyer fold him he
had tif er received in'uey for vot
ing f'r Iorliuer.
LAV- IS UPHELD BY COURT
.Madison, Win.. Nov. 14. Tie
vjh(oris.n M,r,r rn ,r)ljrt lUn
fhf1 constitutionality of the
workmen's compensation law enact-
eri at the last Hussion of the leglslat
; ure. The law provides for Insurance
j for workinemen employed by cor-
porations against injury. In c .e of
! Injury damages are to be rUed by a
; Etate comraifc!on. Corporations were
; not obliged to come under the law,
j but many have done so.
! BLAZE CAUSES A PANIC
j IN COOK COUNTY PRISON
i Chicago, Nov. 14. fix hundred
prisoners In the c,unty Jail were
were unable to .oe tbo hlaxe, but
L?t!ng engines, fc:uo frlgtttned.
TLey Coally quieted.