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SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 30.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911. TWELVE PAGES.
riUCE TWO CENTS.
FAIL TO FIND
KEEPER OF A
Expert Reports Inability to
Implicate Hines or
GOES OVER BOOKS
Banker Alleged to Have Been
Custodian of $100,000
"Put Over" Fund.
Chicago, Nov. 21. Neither Ed
ward Hines, the lumberman, nor Ed
ward Tilden, the packer, was cus
todian of a $100,000 fund or any
fund which was to be used to "pay
the expenses of Eorimer's election,"
according to the experts' report sub
mltted to the Investigating commit
HINES ALLEGED SOLICITOR.
C. S. Funk, general manager of
the International Harvester com
pany, testified some time ago that
Hlnes had solicited $10,000 from
him to be a part of a $10u,000 fund
to pay for "putting Lorimer over."
He also bald Hines V Id him Tilden
was th "custodian of the fund."
Later Alfred A Ritchie was appoint
ed an expert to examine the accounts
and bank books of Tilden, Hines and
the lumber company.
MO EV1I)L( K FOI IK.
Ritchie reported today that there
was no vidence that the lumber
company or any of lt3 subsidiaries
or controlled companies had received
or disbursed any moneys in connec
tion with the aforesaid election; that
there was no evidence that Tilden
had been the custodian of the fund
alleged to have been raised in con
nection with the election of Lori
mer. JiOLSTLAW STOKT CO T KM EI).
The report also ounirmg th testi
mony of former Senator ITolsttaw,
who confessed to having received
$2,500 In July, 1909. and $700 In
August, 1909, for his vote for Lori
mer. ihiuttrt pnocKrnivci nixTEn.
Attorneys Marble and Healy, who
have prosecuted the hearing before the
IiOrimer committee, went befo"e the
federal grand Jury this afternoon. It
Is reported their visit related to possi
ble perjury proceedings
TURNING OF IVIES ABA
Wuahtngton, Nov. 21. How John I).
Rockefeller secured control of the val
uable Dnluth, Mesaba and Northern
railroad through a loan of Jl.f'O.uOO.
bow the value of the property U taid
to have been "padded ' to make it ai
pear worth more than seven in llions,
and how the road is now earning mote
than two hundreds dollars a share in
dividends, were told the Stanley steel
trust Investigating committee today by
Charles H. Hanz, formerly chief engi
neer of the road. Ham told how he
once owned 49 share of tick in the
road, but had to sell it to the Rockefel
ler interests for J30 a share, in order,
he claimed, to make his job "ft-curo."
USED AS EVIDENCE
San Antonio. Texas. Nov. 21. Cop
ies of thrte nia:::f-stos 1. taring Centr
al R.ycs' name. ca'Ung on the Me.
Whii ar.ny and A't-xUan pcpli- to re
volt against the MaJt-ro f;oveu.iin:;t,
are tot-.ay In the l auds of lot al secret
ritrvice men. ami as to be laid before
the federal dtrkt attorney hire.
HUNTER FIGHTS MOOSE;
KNIFE SLAYS ANIMAL
East Grand Porks. Minn., N"v. 21.
A'taekeJ by a b:g moo.ye, wl.ifb It?
had wounded .nd ji'.-cJ was holp-
-.s. Edward I.d,-ard of tu.s c::y e:i-
t-aw' Missel!" from death i.." t ::.-g-it:g
in f.ei ee c iu''Ut. i:i whiea he w
the ai.Suial v itU a i.ii.'ie. The battle
to i;.uv in tiie wo-d r. -ar 15.
eir. M,i;u. The moose h.'. i fal'.en at. i
lxdg;,rl was running s'crward u t-'.it
open it-; r,t-K. when it suddenly ro.-o
:irl charged h.m. He raided nrk
to ( re. a: if the tri-ger fell on an ::.:pty
fi.eil. The moese wei-'hed 1 . C S '
po in ls.
Ca.-ced Wit:-! Wars'ajghter.
V U r. on. Pa . Nc-v. 2!. Sr.pcrin
ter.t. :-t iiati.Iin cf t he I ayltt-s Fu'p
anj Paper ounj.m;, the b :w;::g if
ht-sc dam S-; :. broucht death and
:. ".on t Ausi:n. was s.-no! to-
-;.'! warrants ci.ar::i.g i::aa-
Witson Hsads Grange.
c-.. ' t . o . N'j, - o:.v.
V. . :. :;:-vr f-.; EiJr.-ds
r.ir.tv, -a.- deott-d natlonil u:a
the nat;o: a". grange.
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow, for
Rock Island, Davenport, Molloe,
Increasing cloudiness and unsettled
weather tonight and "Wednesday.
Warmer tonight, with the lowest tem
perature slightly below tha freezing
Temperature at 7 a. rru SO. Highest
yesterday, 34. Lowest last night, 20.
Velocity of wind at 7 a. m, 6 mHe3
Relative humidity, at 7 p. m. 75. at
7 a. m. 2.
Stage of water, 4.8; a fall ot .4 In
last 24 hours.
J. il. SHE BIER, Local Forecaster.
' ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow'.)
San sets 4:34, rises 6 2; moon sets
4Z1 p. ex; 3:13 a. nu, moon la con
junction with planet Mercury.
ROCK ISLAND MEN IN
Chicago, Nov. 21. A scheduled
conference of committees of shop em
ployes of the Rock Island railroad
this raornijig was postponed until
afternoon. It is probable another
conference with the railroad officials
, will be asked. The men have asked
; increased wages and improved work
TAFT RENOUNCES C0XISM
THROUGH BROTHER WILL
Cincinnati, Nov. 21. The local re-
, publicans have been at odds since the
recent election at which the voters re
' pudiated the candidates of "Boss"
George r.. Cox, notwithstanding the
: fact that President Taft came out in
s':piort of th- same gang which he had
! previously condemned. The fight be-
came an open one yesterday when the
Times-S;ar, which is owned by Charles
' l- Ti'ft Krnthi.r of the t. t-tfiK if? en t flrit '
j which has been the pang organ, editor
j ially called upon August Herrmann
and Rud K. Hynicka to retire from
' local politics. These two men are
close friends of Cox. The latter had
: already announced his retirement.
RIOT AT A CHRISTENING;
ONE DEAD; MANY INJURED
Flarrisburg. 111.. Nov. 21. At a chris-
itonir.g of an infant at Gaskin City,
1 which ended in a free-for-all fight in
which knives, axes and pistols were
used, Charlce Goeiu was killed- ami
many others were badly Injured. Po
liceman Price, who attempted to Inter
fere, was beaten almost Insensible.
ShcrifTs deputies went from this city
and arrested seven men. It is not
known w ho killed Goelus.
NEPHEW OF J. J. HILL IS
DEAD AT BURLINGTON, IA.
Burlington, Iowa, Nov. 21. W. H.
Hill, a nephew of Jfimes J. Hill, died
in Mercy hospital in this city of pneu
monia. He was prominent for many
years in the Burlington freight depart
ment and hvld the trUe of vice presi
dent, with headquarters at Kansas
City. He was passing through Bur
lington and stopped oi to consult a
HYDE ATTORNEY SCORES
MISSOURI HIGH COURT
Kansas City, Nov. 21. Charging that
the Missouri supreme court, which re
manded the Hyde murder case for a
new trial, was not fully cognizant of !
the record of the lirst trial. Senator I
Reed today, continuing the rresenta-,
tin of the state's case, attacked the
higher tribunal. The defense will make
i's opining statement this afternoon.
n -r- r-n (-1 m 1 . '
DI UHd rnUIVI MAlyM I IMtUal sneer throughout his ordeal.
Eau Claire, Wis., Nov. 21. James' The doubt as to whether the
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fin. president of th- Lau Claire Na-i
tical bank. as found dead ia a!
bar: lure, death being caused by
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gas from the cxhat-.i-t on an automo-
b:!e. A horse, two cows and a num-i
t..T .f chickens in the barn were also:
Federation Haa Contest.
Atlanta. Ja., Nov. 21. Retusal of
the resolution committee to concur in J
-i rn(Hir.mDTi'!itir.n that flrtn. nra o A I
il ' - ' V . . v . . . . - - . l V 1 1 . 1 , , 1 l.iiU .
n.ur o:r.ciuis oi tne .merican t dera-;
v imnti-.t'iij . ...i . i. ... '
. . . I'll". -. ' 1 1 . ' w iu;uiaH 1 1 ' ! i :i
the National Civic Federation, riecip-irect
itatcd a contest in the convention to-
V!c rresident John Mitchell, before j
the American Federation of Eabor to- j
,.r.y. charged lhal ,h- Crdum' us con-;
e:;fion of '..e i lilted Mine Workers,
5 ich demand-l the withdraws! cf
f.d ra'!, !! i.ff.ci.ils from the National
'ivio Ft deration, was packed with del-cg.itf-s
who did not belong there.
Turks Lcse in Attacks.
Tripoli. Nov. 21. Tre Italians report
the Tur'-s were repulsed ln three out- ;
i.,t a -uks yes:,r!v with 2 killed, i
ivo a. r tar.es cropped bombs inside
f f th- T'irkisa camp ?n.i destroyed it.
i; !::.:i.:r. cr:!ser bombarded the vll-
!- of Amrus a
d the furt of Hecni. :
!-i.r i r:; Oi.. . taiin ana Amory tmna, cniroprac- peixeu.
tics, charged with practicing medi-j ctiuiers nisPATCHEn.
TeGraw Ta!k Good Reads. . j cine without a license will be placed j Washington, Nov. 21. To sa'cguard
Richi.icr.d. Va , Nov. 21 Address-! on trial here today. The defendants j American interests and prevent an
ir.g the good reads congress today.' will le represented by the governor j prchy ia Santo Domingo as a result of
K-urth Assistant Postmaster C:-r.-ral of Wisconsin and other widely- I the assassination of President Caceres,
DeO-.iw told the post office de;art- known lawyers and It Is probable the' the cabinet today decided that the
Ecrt's icitertjt in highways impros e- cases eventually will reach the Unit-j armored cruisers Washington and
.cLt. ,ei States sunren-e court. iNorth Carolina be diatcbed Immedi
H. G. BEATTIE
Aged Father Advises Him
to Die With Lips
OFFER OF GOVERNOR
Would Extend Date of Execu
tion 30 Days If Condemned
Man Would Tell Story.
Richmond, Va.. Nov. 21. Henry Clay
Beattie, Jr., condemned to die next
Friday for wife murder, has given up
hope, and Is reconciled to the thought
Richmond, "Va,, Nov. 21. The
iron nerve that has made Henry Clay
Beattie unique among murderers has
begun to break and predictions arej
jtr " .: . i - -.': " T. ,rs.
j .t V-v.- .. . 1 f i - - 'V..: ! ,- Si .'. JrtW
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freely made that when he goes to the ; receiver general for the customs at
electric chair next Friday if he does! Santo Domlnso, thus taking steps to
0 thii to exniate. the murder oflpav off the debts of that reDublic.
final scene will see a broKen, fear
stricken wn-ck of a man in place of:
the imperturable youth that faced !
family, world and co.rt with a cyni-
l i 1 1 v i i . v v i . . i i v i . j 't i. . . i . u j i . . , . , . .
arises from the apparently authentic argc the duties of the president
report that Governor Mann, in an. Accord nS to those fami bar with
swer to floods of importunities for!?anl Iom,ns aJTa!rS' U ls Visible
, , i ... . i for congress to convene, set a date
reprieve, has given as his ultimatum v , , .
that if Beattie will make full confes-
sion of the murder he will grant him
2 0 days more of life, fixing the exe
cution for Dec. 2i.
Henry Clay Beattie. Sr.. the aged
father of the condemned, is said to
' ' 1 Vi o -a hAIoaA m l.nv
II C 1 C.l. ' A 1UJ L '1 J I W
witnout niamng any statement. Any-
. v : v v, i At '
, lli.Ji il e cuiruiu 9a.y w uuiu urr lu 1 -
opposition to my advice to him i
and I don't believe he will sro con-,
trary to the wishes of mys-elf,
brother and sister."
WOMAN IS ACCUSED OF
FEEDING A CHILD POISON
Green Bay. Wis.. Nov. 21 Charges
have been filed against Mattie Chris- .
tenson of Suring. Wis., alleging she
murdered 7-year-old Hilda Nelson by
feeding her poisoned candy. The girl
died Feb. 3, 1S10.
QH I R0PRACTR ICS PLACED
ON TRIAL IN MISSOURI
Liberty, Mo.. Nov. 21. The first1
of 24 cases against Drs. Nelson!
GAGERES DIES AS
President of San Domingo
Closes Career Begun by
IS THE VICTIM OF A PLOT
Administration, Covering Four Years
Recently Disturbed by Revo
Washington, Nov. 21. Ramon
Caceres, president of Santo Do
mingo, who was murdered by mal
contents Sunday, began his career
in politics In 1S99 by assassinating
Hereux, who had executed his father.
This made It possible for General
Jimenez to attain the presidency.
When, during the administration of
President Morales, Jimenez, who had
previously been deposed, led a rebel
lion, Caceres, as minister of war, put
down the revolt- Later Morales, at
outs with his party, was forced to
flee the country and the cabinet made
Caoeres president. He had been in
MANY A GRAVEYARD
office four years when killed.
Under an arrangement made in
1905 the United States appointed a
As the constitution of the republic
7 -.. u "
sion for a vice president. It will be
pessary for t fa cabinet to call an
! provide for a special election.
In the interim the cabinet will dis-
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dent in a little more than two weeks.
THINK PLOT CAUSES,
Lacking full information, it is pre
sumed here that Cacerai has fallen
a victim to one of the characteristic j
w ! ... n
Caceres' administration, which has;"'
,",,cu ''ai. uih-ihc-
t f' Ti t e d r;AT-teif1 fn riorr.ir. Iran htctnrv
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very recently been disturbed hy j
several revolutionary plots. i
East April Caceres became con
vinced that a formidable movement
was under way for his overthrow.
This was headed, he believed, by
General Carlos F. Morales, who had 1
Erectly preceded him In the presl-'
dency, and by Mauricio Jimenez, a
General Zenon Toridio, a veteran
of the Dominican army, had also cast
in his lot with Morales and Jlmlnez.
The three had arranged to launch ax
expedition from Porto Rico when
f Y t.- trtro c I. Hon t arriflt1 tYtc
local authorities there on a charge
of violation cf the neutrality laws.
TtT vr acquitted and Ctsap-
Witness in Tarring Re
flects on Character
STATEMENT IS DENIED
Sheriff GiveS Lie tO Alleged
Threat From Him to Ricord
Trial Draws Crowd.
T inwiln Center Kan ATfw 1 PnQ-
- -t A ' v. i i
sibility ot Miss Mary Chamberlain, vie-
tini of the '"tarring" party, telling
her own -story on the witness stand
today, attracted visitors to the court
from 30 miles around. The test!-
mony brought out yesterday has cre
ated generally a more serious view
of what was before looked upon as
ItKOIU) IS II EC WLI.KI.
Edward Ricord again testified to
day. The .trend of his testimony
was to cast reflection upon
Chamberlain's character. He
rnltted that while in the buggy he
twice attempted to attack Miss
Chamberlain, but she repulsed him,
and asked him to take her back
home. Ricord. durine his testimonv. '
said Sheriff Woolford told him if he
testified he (Ricord) had had Im
proper relations with Miss Chamber
lain he would be sent to prison.
OOl.I OItn IV A DEMtli.
Woolford followed Ricord on the;r- 1 nf' worK 13 ,lnr,,'r ' f:e ''r-'tion
stand, and made a general denial of of thp Ku,ne & WbHtcr Engineering
Ricord's charge against him. i company of Boston. It Is raid that
ttnlamin f.in.-r an,t u-M.n ' he new line when complete will have
fcra,ntoa .,! of0 their part. ln hfi
vu " was 1,reB-
Contrary to general expectation
, . . q p. , , . . r, , . , , . ,. . .
, J testify this
morning. Her story probably will be
i heard late today and close the case for
CIRI. OI THE STAND.
Miss Chamberlain took the stand
lnis anernoon anl told witb minute
detaiI her terrible experiences on the
nigiii or me. iarnous tar party.
ately to San Domingo city
take American Minister Rusdell back
to San Domingo.
AVERY COMPANY HAS A
$150,000 LOSS BY FIRE;terday hy shooting himself while vis
Peoria, 111., Nov. 21. The Avery , iting the ap.-imenta of hii wi;&, from
Manufacturing company, makers of: whom he had been estranged. Mine,
traction engines and threshir-g ma- liohrn is a prominent fcin.cr ct tiie
chinery, suffered a loss of $1
by fire today.
Omaha. Neb., Nov. 21. The build
ing occupied by the Root Printing
company and other firms was dam
aged $175,000 by fire today. The
publishing department cf the Sov-:
ereign camp cf Woodmen cf the
World attainted a lou of 150,000. i
CHIEF OF POLICE
VETOES A COURT
Oklahoma Official Instructs His
Subordinates Not to De
UNFAIR TO OTHER CITIES
Holds That They Should Xot Bc
Compelled to Shoulder
Oklahoma City, Okla . Nov. 21.-
Merely because a man Is known to be
a criminal or is suspected of having
violated the law is cot a good reason
wny ne snouia oe oraerea out. oi
Believing this should be. the rule in
controlling the criminal classes In
cities, William Tilghmann, chief of io
lice here, has Instructed his policemen
and detectives not to enforce orders by
judges that suspects against whom no
tharge has been proven
, - . . -
driven out of town. Titchmann for
bade his men to deport two men and
two women, strangers, in whose pos
session had been found trunks filled
with valuables but for which there was
X' ni V It It P.I. WITH JI PCIK"!.
Tilghmann did not doubt they were
in unlawful possession of the property.
A man addicted to cocaine until he
was a public nuisance was ordered
out of town by a iiolice Judge. "Bay
no attention to the order," said Tilgh
nian to his nun.
Chief Tilghman has no quarrel with
the judges, r.or Is it his Intention that
criminals and suspects shall find ref
uge in Oklahoma Citv. His policy ls
one that he has followed all his lifo
iis an officer of the luw. He was twice
city marshal of Dodge City. Kan., in
the pioneer days, and later was a dep
uty United States marshal In Okla
homa when this country was overrun
'"I am opposed to the common prac
tice of driving criminals from one
community to another." said Chief
Tilghman. "If tbere is no -ground for
their arrest and imprisonment it is
wrong to try to shift upon some other
community the responsibility and dan
ger of looking after them. It would be
just as reasonable and proper to do
port to other towns all strangers suf
fering with contagious diseases.
EVE ON srsi'KITS.
"My j)rc4ee always has been to
keep suspicious characters under the
closest surveillance, letting them know
that I am doing it and requiring them
to come to my office occasionally that
I may the more easily keep in touch
with them. The moment they break
the law, arrest them and send them
to prison, but don't deport them to
other communities unless they are
"I have known many persons, after
getting employment, to brac up and
reform. But they never reform or
even do better when hounded from
tovn to town merely because they are
sHSiteots or have a criminal record. No
sooner do they reach a town than they
are told to move on. They soon run
out of money under such circumstances
and then they steal because they have
to steal and for the same reason that
men who are not professional crim
inals would steal. When these people
got too tough for me to handle them
I'll adopt tiomn oth r policy than that
of shifting the responsibility upon other
"I was squarely confronted with this
situation In its worst form when the
'own of Perry, Okl;., was opened to
M-ttlement with a population that, had
(grown from nothing to 5,n00 in a few
W0RK IS BEGUN ON NEW
POWER LINE AT KEOKUK
21. Work haa
teen begun on a
1C7 miles long which is to carry cen
tral station fleet ric power from
Hamilton, 111., to St. Ixiuis. The
electric plant which supplies tho
current is to be run by water pow-
cost $2'0,00i. The development j
of the water power itself and its at
tendant electric generating equip-!
rnnt are expected to cost nearly
Milwaukee Mayor Under Fire.
' Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 21 Fo'iual
notice was filed with tho common
'ouncil ia.-M i.U'ht by Alierman-at laro
J. P. Carney, a democrat, th'-t. at th
next meetiii; b; wo-ihl hie formal
charges preliminary to a tr:al fi.r im
peachment against Mayor Krnil S:idei
and County Clerk Carl D. Thompson,
'fcocialirts. for their alleged fa.'inre to
They willjdo their duty in making up the iiiiii
Composer Ends His Life.
Berlin, Nov. 21. Herr Adolph fiohm.
return to hire,
::id upon t..r refusal j
V. H. Russell DeatJ.
Nrw York, Nov. 21. William IPp-1
burn Rusicih 54. prir.ipal own of t.'ie i
Button National league ha:-:eha:i club,
zi a well ki-o n lawyer, Lj d- ad. j
Expect to Present Petition
Before Justice Day at
TO HEAD OFF A TRIAL
Case Set for Hearing Before
Judge Carpenter in Chi
Chicago, Nov. 21. Attorney May
er, counsel for the packers, visited
the ofneo of District Attorney Wll
kerson today and asked that Judge
Kohisaat's order dissolving the
packers' writ of habeas corpus be en
tered today instead of tomorrow, as
ordered. letter Mayer and James
Sheean of counsel for the govern
ment wentf to tho United States cir
cuit court anil prepared to ask for
immediate entry of the order dis
missing the packers' plea.
TO INSIKU STAM)l0,
The purpose of asking that the or
der be entered today instead of to
morrow, it was said, was to return
the cases In the district court In a
position where they would have
standing before tho supremo court.
The entry order, it was said, would
be followed by an appeal to Asso
ciate Justice of tho Supremo Court
Day in Canton, Ohio.
Judge Kohlsaat entered an order
quashing the pleas for writs of habeas
corpus. The attorneys for tho packers
then filed an appeal to the supreme!
Tit AXNC'ltllTH KOIIWAKDEI.
Transcripts of the appeal, it was stat
ed, had been forwarded to Canton,
Ohio, where the appeal will be pre
sented before Associate Justice Dry.
Attorney Mayer later served a cltat tok
en District Attorney YVIlkerson notify
ing him the case Is now In the hands
of the supreme court.
I'ACKEHS HIKE 1 O MOVE.
Canton, Ohio, Nov. 21. No movo
was mado early today by tho indicted
Chicago packers to get their case be
fore Associate Jufctloo Day, of tho
Enlted States supreme court, on an ap
peal, to prevent facing trial tomrrotf
before Circuit Judgo Carpenter in
toiic cci I'l.tM ni'ninr r,D.
Washington, Nov. 21. The plan pro
posed for tho reorg'Uiizatiou of tlio
American Tobacco company, and ap
proved by Attorney Ceneml Wicker
bhatii, was today denounced us a sham
by Attorney Levy, speaking for the In
dependents before tho senato commit
too on interstate commerce.. I,evy also
declared tho "government has sacri
ficed practically all tho benefit that
were to accrue to the people."
CAPTAIN OF POLICE
QUITS UNDER FIRE
Chicago, Nov. 21. One hour be
fore charges against him and thr-
other police officials were scheduled
to be heard, Bolico Captain I'lunkott
commanding tho DesphOnes street
district, resigned. l'lunkett, w.M.
Inspector Dormari and Nontenant
Ambrose and Howard, was to go or:
trial before th civil service rom
mlsidoi, charged with failure to obev
orders regulating vice condition lu
the West sido.
CABINET MEETS AT
THE WHITE HOUSE
Washington. Nov. 21. For. the
first time In more than hcveu yeiij
a meeting tit the cabinet. v.;-.a held il
the White house tod.iy, instead of
the executive otfWeH. Tafl's cld h
Improved, but his phytii bin advls-d
him not to venture out to hi it
Banker Down to Business.
New Orleans. Ia... Nov. 21. 1 he fr:;t
business tesIon of the American
Bankers' association opened tfiday. Ad-dr-hs
of webyjrne and reijioti-its occu
pied th early part of the fission. The
annual addreHn of Presi'lent Watts, t"
ports of comrnltto-H and execurtvc;
council were on the program. Address
es by Korni'-r S-uator Aldrfch and
erai le.ad;ng hank a tthorii ie w ill
round out the first, day's r:es:don.
Eleven Mlner Kiifed.
Nordha'isen, Pn-'i-i-ia. Saxony, Nov
21. Elt-ven iiiiner.j were J-i'ied t)V a
fall today of rock in a government id
Robbers Blow Monmouth 0af.
Moa;u':itn, Nov. 21.- -Tiie yAUt of I".
F. Chap In' gro'-f ry in this city wa-i
ibiown ar.d iz'i ta ti S&Kt uiht.
Wah:::t't' J., N'.v. 2! --The cenf-ui
Mrau re;,; r.:i -.' ( n g'tit.ed prior '-j
Nov. Z at il,:t'!,j'J bal'.a.