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SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 290.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912. SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
WILSON IS IN
Governor Enters Taffs
Home State For Series
APPROVES NEW LEAGUE
Told of Formation cf National
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'i !.c ,t 'v: cH.iivf battle will open at
Akron and Cieveiati'i timorrow. At
'i.T- n Governor Johnson will be the
j i :..ci;ul tif i! r.
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('oi.K.idt-i.t with the opening of the ,
d'-moc ra'ic campaign In Ohio hoday by
t'.f governor. Wilmin Rive hearty ap
1 rova. to the formulation in New
York of the Wilson National Pro-grei-Mve
Republican league. The gov
rnor aii'l Rudolph Spre-keU, now In
New York In charge of the movement.
handed telegrams made public to
day by the iimlt)'. Spreckels told
the governor the league formed "to
fave the progressive move started
H'tue yearn ago In the republican
l-arty, which now is being betrayed
by the organization of Roosevelt's
MIOII.II HIM) l OtiKTIIKH.
?prH-kts tiii: "The republican
j-ar doe no represent the progres
"ihh majority in thai party, arid
Roopevelt's candidacy U hopelees.
rid will only Bene to divide our pro
k Miv forces." Wilson, replyr-ig,
expresses gratification and says: "The
j ri'.'rrs.Blv ft, re-en of the nation ought
t ot ti be divided" and considers
tin- formation of the ieau "one of ;
the rtioht reassuring indications or
the tfrnper of thoughtful men."
IIOOM'.l t.t.T IN' KIIRKA.
IJncoln, Neb.. Sept. 20.-Rooevelt'B
Invasion of Bryan's etate hegau at
ll'MritlKe this uiorninK. where he wus
Kht-duled to stop two hour. Mis
tpt-MkliiK appointments after that in-
lud- several towns. closing with an
a'fernnou adires. here. At the ton -
i . nt.it. n or his Lincoln speech he w ill
l'ine fur Omuhu, where he will ad-ilM-tB
a tilth gatht-ring aud remain
T. It. M OHi:i ROK..
HastliiKs. Neb , Sept. 2 .- In a speech
Ii.-re today Roosevult assailed repub
1 inn leailera In general and Victor
pom-water of Omaha, former republi
can national committeeman. In par
ticular, lie declared thoe men were
ViiH' J In the Chicago convention In
:ittiuig 'be republican ship
1 cbHt'H know," he continued
Tuft 1 a dead cork in tho nit and are '
turning to WTuon
admit the !
ltiHe4 don't like me. What's more.
I !1 make them not like me some more
before I'm through."
JnliXO CAWCKLS UPEEOlF.a.
IndUnarolla. Ind., Sept 20. Covern
rr .lohnxon cancelled today'a engage
l.n Ma !n Indiana and rested here, ex
j i't-ting to leave late this afternoon for
luctuxiatl, where he la scheduled to
ROLL BTTT.L, WOlUtnG.
Mitchell. S. D., Sopt 20. A masa
fate convention of republlrana here
l.iat nlaut adopted rtsolntlona declar
ing that at the Huron convention pres
idential elecuirs were named -who were
cpen:y aalnU the election of Taft,
thus dlafranchlelntf tho who desire
tc vote for htm, Demand waa made
for the removal of Taomaa Thoraon
fea national oommlttemaa and the ap
pointment of a republican, recommend
leg J. r. HaUldaj.
CallcuMa, India, Sept 20. An at
tark by a wCd liphant on a maI coach.
In the northern province of Coyktn, la
reported in advice from Columbo.
Appearing unexpectedly from a Jun
$'.. the e.ephaut killed the driver with
r.e blow of tt trunk and then amash
d the coiuh agaiLt telegraph pole a.
PaAsocgers were thrown out of the
vehluie and hid themaelves In a cul
vert, from which th beast tried in
Tal i to dislodge them. When the ani
mal disappeared the frightened trav-
!-ra climbed a tree, where they re
gained throughout the ctfht
Douglas. Ariz., Sept. 20. It is re.
jr'i i cii uitj ruin c v hi m uuu vi itue idip
nnder Colonel Obreran was w iped out '
by rebels In a battle at San Joaquin i
noich today. Those not killed were.
I taken prisoners, it Is reported. .
Democratic Candidate Shakes
Hands With Two Thousand
During Brief Stay.
Chicago. Sept 20. Governor Wood
row Wilson of New Jersey, nominee
of the demooniMc party for president.
i blunt two hours In Chicago yesterday
'and passed one hour of the time at a
public reception, in which he shook
hands with 2,000 persons.
The reception was held in the dem-
ocratlc national headquarters, on tho !
second lloor of the Karpen bulld.ng. '
Michigan avenu and Eldridpe place.
Covernor Wilson reached Chicaso ;
from St Taul. left the train at the !
Western avenue station and was met ,
there by delegations from the Wilson '
hea.lauarter. from the proKrensive. or ,
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Harrison oemocracy. ana irom ronsn.
Bohemian. Italian mid Jewlh snHe.
t'M. Hp entered an automobile and',8011 left on a Michigan Central train
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waB '"'ca along trie streeis ana ,
boulevard to the Karpen building.
Elmore W. Hurst of Rock Island, in I
charge of the reception arrangements,
was first, and he greeted the candi
date. Governor Wilson walked with
Mr. Hurst and Joseph E. Davlee, the
The governor was cheered continu
ously along the route .and while thev
reception w-a In progress a large
crowd in Grant park, opposite the Kar
pen building, cheered him frequently.
He chatted pleasantly with individual
cltiztna as they filed past Lira and
warmly greeted all In the line.
Large delegations of Polish, BoUe-
tntan Italian unri Jeorlah rt:tino -it-a.
gente4 tt democratic atandard bear
er with resolutions assuring him that
despite the rvporta circulated by re
publican and "bull mooscra." they are
aatlaSed he la not opposed te the im
migration of any honest, Ir.dottrious
perwon to this country.
To th apokesm&a of th Polish del
egation Governor Wilson replied as
"I find In meeting grours of foreign
born citizens throughout the country
that the spokesmen express what I
want to aay better than I can do it
tnyae'.f. It ia a matter jt gratification
to receive this honor from gnnlne
representaaves of the democracy of
In th progrslT democracy's del
egation vwmi Winimn H. Sexton, rep
resenting Mayor Carter H. Harrison;
Adolph J. 8abath, ; fames S. Mclnra
ey. Marlay Hoyne, Jame A. Quinn.
Iwrence E. McOann, John Downey. '
Philip J. McKeai. Peter Bartzen.
Harry Goldatme, John E. Traegex.
Michael Zimmer. Frank Paschen, John
P. Dunphy, Joaerh O. Koesfner. A. J
Appell, Wuliam Dillon and George
Ueiegationi representing varioua a-
SCARE HIM THIS
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline,
Showers this afternoon and tonight.
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Highest temperature yesterday. 4.
lnu-Aut loaf r-. i t. V t CO
a. m., five miles
Wind velocity at 7
pw,r,,,.al,nn , ,h Tt1b. o. hnnT.
TTTOTive humidity at 7 p. m. 53, at
a. ra., 68.
Stage of water, 7.5 feet, with a fall
of .5 of a foot in the last 24 hours.
J. M. BHERIER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.
Sun Mts R. rltes 54:47. Evening
star: Mercury. Venus. Mars. Jupiter.
Morning star: Saturn.
Polish X. I. Piotrowskl. Frank P.
Danisi h. John Czekala. Julius Smie-!
j tanka, John Derpa, F. X. Rydzwiski.
Paul Mazlike. Lawrence Azukas, J. B.
; Brenza. Joseph Oorski. Kanstantln Bir
: linski. Joseph Kuzlojko, M. Kzjis,
! Francis Polonis, J. A. La Buy.
Bohemians C. Fiala, Alderman
I,UK Pltte. Francis Sima, Alderman
Jonn Toman, M. Sahath. Alderman
FIi Janovski, Joseph Kriz. J. Kost-
ner- Alderman Frank Klaus,
Jewish-Henry Homer, Max Korsak.
Harrv Fisher, Dr. H. I. Halpering.
Harry LiPBky. iIa Bosenblat. Jacob
I-Indhelmer. Morton A. Morgantheim,
After the reception Governor Wil-
rrti la T t i T
KANSAS OFFICER KILLED
F0R SEIZURE OF LIQUOR
Caney. Kan.. Sept 20. Lee Bowman.
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7 . 7, 1 XKlUKt:, T ' . 7.
Kineu juuay wune uesiroyiug uquor
he had r elzed. The shots were fired
from ambush. A posse Is searching
for two men who are said to have own
ed the liquor.
WET COURSE; WAUWAT03A
niniTfi nr nrvo-rnon; r-m
CWC.IMIO Hnc rUiirUIIItU
Wauwatosa Race Track, Sept. 20. j in extenso before he could deliver his ' company and residence of Charles
The Pabst and Wisconsin trophy auto- speech of acceptance. j Cable, superintendent of the mine. In
mobile races were postponed until i "I made three speeches for him in both instances the incendiaries were
Tuesday because of the wet condition j Maine, one iu Massachusetts and three 'fired upon by sentries, but escaped.
of the course. It was announced, ho w-
ever. the Vanderbilt race would be run
tomorrow, and the grand prix Monday.
JOHN P. RIDER OF OMAHA
HFADs MIINIPIPAI RfinY
Rnff.lA V v Knt -(iTi,.;iiv the rloaest ahave on record by
l nt i'mi.n ni"i,..ii,u.;tt-hat von Ker.tucklans denominate
will meet in Winnipeg next year. Joha
P. Rider of Omaha waa elected presi -
dent, and Robert E Lee of Raltimore
secretary of the league.
Richmond. Va, Sept. 20 The Na -
tiona! League of Postmasters today
reelected Charlea O. Barry of Walker,
Iowa Bank Robbed.
Lake Park. Iowa. Sept. 20. Robbers
Mew the vault of the State bank here
this morning, Securing $3,000 and es
caped. Commissioners Elect
Peoria, 111 . Sept. 20 The niinala
'highway commissioners today elected
JA F. Donovan of Nianite president
and W. D
Hall of Joliet secretary.
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Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 20. The west-
j bound Louisville & Nashville train
f.wa8 robbed Y.'ednesday between r-i '
i sacola and Fiomaton, Ala, New a o
the robbery did not become known
until today. It is reported $70,00D
was stolen from express packages.
I "Not My First Choice for Presi
dent, but Now He Is My
Lexington, Ky, Sept. 20. The demo-
"atic state campaign was opened yes-!
j terday by Champ Clark, Senator Gore,
of Oklahoma, Senator-elect Ollie
James, Governor McCreary and others,
j Special trains had brought from all
; parts of the state crowds that partici
pated in a parade and later in a bar
bi.cue at Woodland Park, where Speak
I er Clark discussed the tariff, high cost
i cf living and the democratic presiden-
:t:al nominee, predicting victory for'
, It IIOUII.
I "It is needless to tell you," said Mr.
Clark, "that Woodrow Wilson was not
my first choice for president but nev
ertheless he was nominated, and he is
;ts much mv r.ndirinte &r he fa nf nnv
j cther democrat betwixt the two seas.
"I am too seasoned a soldier not to
' .,.. .r.t f V, furftirii.t: nf - with f . . t
I tnd Some hvnercritir-1 n(.a-nanr
j I'hLTw'tvrln'J m!!!
' ination. Whv should 1? What would
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they nave? I w ired him my congratu -
, iations. I visited him once at his re -
! ,.,, and cave him such information
as he desired.
"I visited him again at the request
of members of the house and introduc-
ed them to him en bloc with friendly
"I refused to try to crowd him out
o the limelieht by being interviewed
j in Missouri.
'It must be these critical scribes
expected me to turn flipfiopa or hand
springs or to dance a Spanish fan
dango or a highland fling to show that
I was Immensely tickled at being de-
fM. ,h. r..dti.t mi:,in
' 'Georgetown graze.'
' "Wilson and Marshall were nominat -
'. ed and will be elected. Colonel Theo-
' dore Roonevelt w ill see to that'
Mr. Clark believed the colonel
i WOuld pl!t the republican vote and
' eive the democrats victory. Then the
tarsfr would be revised anl the cost of
Kubelik Take New Name.
Budapest. Sept. 20. Jan Kubelik.
the famous Polish Tiolinist, who ac
quired Hungarian citizenship by mir
riage. has changed hts ume to the
Magyar dialect and will be known
henceforward as Ja.no Polgar. which,
translated Into English, means "James
Citizen," according to a report pub-
J liehed by the Magyar Hirlap. the lead-
Ing daily newspaper of Budapest
Many Injured and Great
Damage Done by Mob
POLICE ARE POWERLESS
Are Driven Back and Cursed by
Crowd Street Cars
Superior, Wls Sept. 10. Manned
by strikebreakers and guarded by po
lice, street cars again are running
here today after an outbreak last
night, when a mob of 5,000 stormed
the street cars and car barns, doing
great damage and Injuring many per
The police were powerless. At
S o'clock Sheriff McMnnon was or
dered to swear in deputies to preserve
order and protect life.
Every policeman on the force was
put on night service and late lastj
night a semblence of order had been
restored, although thousands of riot
ers still were on the streets.
At 10:30 the Are department was
ordered ready to disperse the mob
with hose. Four police automobiles
loaded with officers repeatedly charg
ed the crowd. Again the again tho
police were repulsed and any attempt
to handle the crowd was met with
curses and howls of derision.
STARTS AFTER PARADE.
The rioting started when a huge
parade of striking carmen and hun
dreds of sympathizers terminated at
a hotel at Belknap and Tower streets.
Just as the band stopped playing a
car came into view -from the east, and
stopped at Ogden and Belknap. The
sound of shattered glass followed and
was the signal for the mob to storrn
A hail of stone was followed by a
olley of clubs, cans, bottles and
pieces of metal.
A number of tho crowd were ln-
jured by flying missiles and several
policemen were struck down by
stones. After the police reserves had
rescued the car crew, strikers took
possession of the car. It was stripped
of shades, sashes and everything that
could be torn looBe, and followed by
the cheering mob it was run back to
the barns. Another ear was treated
In a similar manner and no more at-
tempts were made to Bead out. cars.
The mob broke up into small squads
and finally dispersed late at night
A II A !!- TKBM'HES.
Bingham. Utah, Sept 20. While
they have given up their fortified
trenches overlooking the local mines.
the Greeks and Cretans maintain a
line of pickets about the property.
During the night and early this morn
ing shots were exchanged with deputy
herlffs who atlempted to
highways. Of 6,200 men affected by
rjie strike, onivflourth were forced
nltot idleness by lack of ore at the
concentrating mills. Many Amerlcaa
miners and mechanics, the majority
of whom opposed the strike, have
left the camp and are taking no part
in the disturbances. There are no
Prospect of an agreement today re-
tween the operators and miners
Denial waa made today that shots
were exchanged last night It Is de-
rhroH tVta .irllor. I
1 ; BBCU
, J ui jemer-
da' a!,d are 1ulet-
IM KMHAHIKS l MOI XTAIK.
Charleston, W. Va., Sept 20.
Scores of soldiers with bloodhounds
; e searching the mountains at the
bead of Carbon creek today for th.
, men who last midnight tried to fire
: the tipple of the South Carbon Coal
j C CP RFTARY KNflY RHFCT
1 l W Y S W O I
AT FUNCTION'S IN T0KJ0
Tokio, Sept. 20.-Secretarv Knox.
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Sept. 20. Secretary Knox
1 D a"ena lne runeral or ,he late
. " wl
; dinner given tonight by Baron Shi
j busawa. Earlier in the day Knox at-
! tenau a lunnneon given by Foreign
Minister Lchida. He w i 1 dine w lib
the American colony at Yokohoma to
morrow and sail Immediately after
wards for home.
Four Indicted as Slayers.
Hammond, Ind., Sept. 20. Indict-
menta charging murder agaiast. four ! ton fiougherty. former superia- ao the road were directed to re
realdents o? Gary, Ind., with a re-itendent of schools, have bet n pre-iadjunt Iowa grain rates to conform
volver the weapon specified In each pared by the state's attorney's nfflee. to rates from other parts of the middle
case, were returned here today agaiast j The grand jury' is expected to make 1 w est. In re?dJuHting the rate the
Elena Ardelion, alleged slayer Aug. 1) ! its report Saturday. S'ate s A'torney roada proos 4 Inereaaes varying
of her baby girl, which was "ia her ' Robert Scholea has received an anon-i from three-tenthi to eight -tenths of a
way;" Obella Smith, charged with the j ymous cosamunicatlon on a postcard, j cent a hundred pounds. The new
murder of Elizabeth Smith July 6;balf of which was written in short- tariff u. were to have become effective
Motes Levi. thar?ed with the murder j band. I was mailed at Chicago and i today, put at the last moment the
of Robert Davie July 17, and L. W. G. j read: "Go to h , Boh. Clef;.i before '' coTruiiBtion auspeiided them until
Regand, an Arabian, charged with thejour ow n door, your scandalous ex-! Jan. 10 next and ordered aa lavstt
mnrder of Ira Jenkins Sept 1. jtopus. Frt-d Kimbark, 'Black Hand.' "4tation.
FOR GILL'S DEATH
Mestach Says Flying Was In-
sisted Upon in Darkness
to Satisfy Crowds.
Chicago, Sept. JO. George Mes
tach. the French aviator, testifying
today at the coroner's Inquest Into the
death of Howard W. Gill, the Balti
more aviator killed last Saturday, In
a collision with Mestach'a machine.
said he protested against flying In ap
proaching darkness, but the club in-
elated on the ground that the crowd
would be disappointed if he did not.
He said he consented on condition no
other machine would be sent up. He
said two biplanes were permitted to
race at the same time and Instead of
keeping close to the ground thef
climbed. He tried to avoid a collision
tut it was Impossible.
MORSE WILL HAVE
REVENGE ON J.P.
New York Convict Banker
Promises to Bare Plot to
New York, Sept 20. Charles W.
Morse will go before the house com
mittee on banking and currency which
is investigating the money trust when
Its hearings are resumed her In the
middle of November and tell for the
first time the full story of what he is
convinced was a carefully laid plot by j
a powerful group of financiers to ruin 1
him. He Is expected to take revenge J
on J. Plerpont Morgan.
Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms White of
the house of representatives Is sup
posed to have served Morse and Mor
gan today with subpoenas to appear
before the committee. The house offi
cer Is known to have come to New
York with subpoenas for Morgan and
Morse, William Rockefeller, James
Stillman, Thomas F. Ryan. George F.
Baker, president of the First National
hank: Otto T. Bannard. president of
tne ;ew York Trust company; William
A. Nash and Walter K. Frew, respec
tively, chairman of the board and pres
j'lfjjit t.b& Cam. Exchange -bank.
Morse Is expected to relate a- -moxe
sensational story regarding the opera
tions of the alleged money trust than
has yet been told by -witnesses direct
ly examined as to the cause of the
, fallure of tne Oriental and Morse banks
in spite of the absolute solvency of
all of those institutions. Morse Las
suffered a term in the penitentiary on
an indictment charging him with crim
inally mismanaging hla banks. j
While undergoing in the federal
prison at Atlanta a term of 15 years
he stubbornly maintained that silence
which characterized his skyrocket ca
reer as a "high financier." But since
his restoration to freedom and to
health It Is stated by several 'of his
friends that he Is anxious to be placed
on the witness stand before the con
gressional probers to tell the story un
der oath and in detail.
William A. Nash and Walter A.
Frew, who are to be summoned, are
subject to the jurisdiction of the com
mittee by reason of their service on
the clearing house committee. Mr.
Nash was a member nf that all-powerful
organization in !!'07 when the
committee took charge of the financial
situation during the panic aud has
been charged by witnesses heretofore
examined In the money trust investi
gation with participating in confer
ences that preceded the closing of the
old Oriental National bank, which ao
quickly was followed by the collapse
of what was known as the Morse banks
t t . Vqttn.nl W,4k A I 1
New Amsterdam and the Mechanics'
& iraaers. .Mr. new li now a mem
ber cf the clearing house committee.
William Rockefeller could not be
6erved with a subpoena when the com
mittee was holding Ha aesslona last
spring. At that time it waa dharged
that he had suddenly gone to Canada
to evare 8.rvIce , he8,th tnffn waa
not good. It Is reported that he has
sufficientiy recovered to be able to j
Rtand the ordeal of an examination by
Samuel Cntermyer, chief counsel cf
the congressional committee. J. p.
Morzan went to Eurnne hef nr he
could be served with a subpoena and
returnd only a few weekB a0-
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.w urieana oar ana recently pres:- ,
''" of the American Bar association
: ' w"- wuiennyer as
- ! co jnael. Major Farrar has been In
; New York for the last two weeks co'-
j iaoora:mg wun air. i niermyer in iLe ;
work of preparation for the resumption 1
of the investigation after the election '
( p,.,,, freight rates on grain pro
400 CounU on Dougherty. : Iols(.(1 hv lh Xorth western and St.
Peoria. 111., Sept. 20 No fewertban
' 4''0 counts In indictments against New
PART OF LOOT
FROM A BANK
The Chicago Department
Claims it Has Some of
4 ARE UNDER ARREST
Men Who Assaulted Officer Are
Believed Still to Be Hid
ing in City.
Chicago. Sept, 20. Part of the
1272,000 loot robbers got from the
bank of Montreal' at New Westminis
ter, B. C, has been recovered by the
Chicago police, according to an ad
mission by Assistant Chief 6c heart
ier today. He v.ould not eay how
much was recovered, and expressed
the belief that the two robbers who
escaped from the police are still here.
The robbers, it Is believed, should
have most of the large bills taken In
the robbery of the Bank of Montreal,
but the smaller notee. It Is thought,
have been either spent or exchanged
for American money. It was learned
that the men had planned to exchange
the rest of the money for American
currency by men who made a Wabash
avenue saloon their headquarters and
who could get rid of the Canadian
tills In their native land.
OIWKR IHAGKT SEARCH.
That four of the alx men wanted In
connection with the robbery already
are under arrest waa one of the reve
lations which followed Chief Mc
Weeny's order for a dragnet search
for the safe blowers. The men In
custody, it Is said, are:
John McNamara, former Chicago
saloon keeper, said to have planned
the robbery, now fighting extradition
in New York.
, VJinimy" WaLsh. alias "Red Day
ton," said to be one of the leaders of
the gang, undor arrest In Toronto
with a woman companion known as
I'OSKI) AS DOCTOR.
Charles Butcher, arrested In Detroit
under tho namo of "Martin Powell,"
taid by the police ta have lived In
C hicago as "Dr. Martin Wallace" and
Charles F. Dean, now undor arrest
In Los Angeles.
SCALDED AVIATOR JUMPS
IN WATER AS BOAT SINKS
Chicago. Sept. 20. Ignace Semeni-
ouk, the Russian aviator, whose fly
ing career has been one amashup after
another, came near losing his life
from a scalding he Incurred last event
ing when a hydroaeroplane he had
been driving careened sideways Into
the lake off Grant, park. The boiling
water from a smashed radiator squirt
ed over his body.
Semenlouk, Bustalned In tho water
by an Inflated bicycle tire, was picked
up half unconscious from pain by a
motor boat commanded by Max Prlui
ber, chief of the drainage police. The
sunken airboat later waa recovered
by the lighthouse tender Cuma.
Anxious to make a good appear
ance before the crowd, the Russian,
when lifted ashore, walked smiling
ly to the emergency hospital tent, al
though he winced when touched on
his blistered shoulders by solicitous
Dr. Oeorge C. Hunt, city physician,
who attended Semetiiouk for an hour
ana a hair, declared the. aviator was
scalded from hiH neck down.
"He probably wl.l live," said the
physician. "It will be many days be
fore he will reeover. however."
What made the acldent more thril
ling was the fart thf crowd knew
' iemi nlo,ik probnbly .vou'.d have a niis-
i hap, as he unc'riii'li'.iiil' had aplin-
i "ed his propeller airun.yt the high
! waves ori starting out. His raclnff
j ns?!ne waa driving ortly a stump
I blade. The !r.ke wus strewn with
from tin- proptl.er.
Wahhington, Sept. 20 The Inter-
j state commerce commission today aus-
Paul railways from points In Iowa
- to Chk-aiio and the eat Some time
a m m .eft. m m m
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