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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. Pilw
SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 306.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1912. TWELVE PAGES,
PRICE TWO CENTS.
IN THE 11TH;
SCORE IS TIE
Giants Rally After Boston
Has Lead in Second
A.B. R. H. P. A. E. ;
Hooper, rf. 8 1 3 3 0 Oj
Yerkes, 2b 5 1 1 4 4 0
Speaker, cf 4 2 2 2 0 Oj
: Lewi, If 4 2 1 2 0 1 I
! Gardner, 3b. 4 0 0 2 1 0 j
! s.hi ik r ft 9 in n. n
v i p m. ......... - v . ... . wi
Wagner, as. 5 0 0 5 4 0
CarHgan, c 5 0 0 5 4 0!
Collins, p 3 0 0 0 1 0
Hall, p 1 0 0 0 1
Bedient, p 1 0 0 0 0
Total 42 6
j NEW YORK.
, Snodgrass, If, rf .... 4
i Doyle, 2b 5
collins is driven off '.2. t
'Merkle, 1b 4
9 33 14 1
Sox Even Up Figures in Tenth
and Darkness Prevents a
Herzog, 3b 4
Meyera, c 4
Fletcher, aa 4
Mathewaon, p 5
Wilaon, c 0
Schafer, aa 0
P. A. E.
0 0 0
o Recalls Injunction Bliss
Had as to Standard
Forecast Till 7 p. tn. Tomorrow for
Rock laland, Davenport, Moline,
Unsettled tonight and Thursday,
with showers and thunderstorms this
afternoon and tonight. Colder.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 52, maximum
yesterday, 62; minimum last night, 61.
Wind reloclty at 7 a. m. 4 miles.
Precipitation In 24 hours, .84 inches.
Relative humidity at T p. m. 93; at
7 a. m. 99.
Staee of river at 7 a. m.. 3.2. a fall
j of .1 feet in the last 24 hours.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Snn sets 5:29. rises 6:0. Evening
tars: Mercury. Venus. Mars. Jupiter.
Moraine star: Saturn.
1 BALKAN WAR
Gives Liberally So Brother Can
Be Independent of Inter
ests, He Says.
Fenway Park, Boston, Mass., Oct. 9.
The game was called at the end of
the 11th inning on account of dark
ness. Score: v
New York 6 11 5
Boston 6 10 1
Bosion. Oct S -The world's scries
shifted today to Fenway park, where
the neronrt name was played before
tho greaest crowd even seen at a
baseball game In Boston. The weath
er was fair and crisp, with an autumn ,
tin! In 'be air. Many fans who'
iiine early, and th'y numbered well
into the thousands, li.-fure the Kates
r.rnel. were equipped with furs and
sweaters Of thlH number more than
tour hundred were in line all niht.
The oli.i.-r-t v., i to obtain a single ad
mission each to the bleachers at fl a
ti ket Players of both teams reported
this morning In good shape. Betting
odds varied today, but on the series
they were practically uniform at In
1 i d on Boston Over thirty thous
and were In n I tendance. ,
Just before tiie game started Mayor
F'tzgerald. in behalf of the fans, pre
m ii ted Manager Jake Stahl an auto
t:.oblle' Manager Stahl, in behalf of
the fans, presented Captain Wagner
with a cIHcr bat.
Giants- fciiiodgruss doubled. Doyle
Totals 39 6 11 33 21 4 j
Batted for Fletcher In the tenth. !
Boston 3 000 1 00 1 0 1 0 6
New York ...0 101000301 06
Two-base hits Snodgrass. Hooper,
' Murray, Herzog. Lewis. Three-base
hits Herzog, Murray. Yerkes, Merkle,
Speaker. Sacrifice hits Herzog, Gard
ner, McCormlck. Stolen bases Hoop-
e- (2). Herzog. Snodgrass. Stahl. Dou
ble play Fletcher to Herzog. Bases
on balls Off Hall. 4: off Bedient, 1.
Hit by pitched ball Snodgrass. Struck
out By Collins, 4; Bedient, 1; by
! Mathewson, 4.
WED IN HEALTH
OR STAY SINGLE
Bulgaria Seconds Monte
negro in a Clash
FIGHTING HAS STARTED
Methodists Approve Physical
Chicago, Oct. 9. The strongest rec
ommendations with regard to mar-
Washington, Oct. 9. More testi
mony about tiie so-called Harriman j
fund of 1904 and the alleged $100,000
Standard Oil contribution developed
today before the' Clapp committee.
Former Senator Scott of West Vir
ginia testified that the late Cornelius
Bliss had told him of collecting $100,-1 esiani denomination were adopted yes- a here generally foresees spread
Powers Criticize Hasty Action
on Part of the Enemies
Paris, Oct. 9. Representations of
the powers to the Ottoman government
probably will be made by the ambas
sadors In Constantinople today, with
riage and divorce ever approved by a 1 feeble hope that the Are lighted by
governing body of a church of Prot-1 Montenegro may be extinguished. The
double play. One run, two hits, no
Giants - Meeker went, out, Yerkes to
Stahl. Murray singled to right. Mer
kle Hied out to Speaker. Murray went
cut stealing, Carrigan to Wagner.
The runner was touched out five feet
of! the base. No runs, one hit, no er
rcrs. Red Sox--iFletrher fumbled Lewis'
grounder and the runner beat the
throw to first. Gardner sacrificed,
Muthewson to Merkle, Lewis taking
second. Stahl went out on a tap to
Mathewson, who threw the runner out
W. first. Lewis went to third. Wag
ner went out on a grounder to
Mathewson, who touched the runner1
on the line. No rums, no hits, one
OOo from the Standard when he sug
gested that Bliss ask the company for
more. Bliss told hrm Roosevelt had
forbidden contributions from that
Scott related a conversation he had
on the telenhone with the White
hcuse about the New York campaign , statutes forbidding the remarriage of
of 1&04 when a voice at the White j divorced persons, except in certain
house told him "that Harriman was cafes an(1 laws making wife abandon-
coming." The voice at the White ' ,:le"1 leiuuy.
house wanted to know about the "trou
terday by the Rock river conference
ot the Methodist church, in session
The conference placed itself on rec
ord as favoring the physical examina
tion of candidates for matrimony, fed
eral control of marriage and divorce,
of the war In the Balkan peninsula,
but. Is cheered by rue promise that
the powers will not permit any dis
turbance of the peace of Europe as a
London, Oct. 9. Confirmation or a
rupture of diplomatic relations with
Turkey by both Bulgaria and Servla
has been received In Paris, according
hear about Higgins" that he
ine step iouows, out surpasses mat , t0 a new8 dispatch from that city. A
of Dean W. T. Sumner of the Cathe-! ririo n to rortp t hooa
would "rather lose an election in the urdI VI rr ana ral". re" crossed the Turkish frontier. King
country that be defeated in his own : ""'J' announced that those who wish j FerdiDanij ls 8ald to be hurrying to
state." ltoe in marriage by him must take comiuand of the allied Balkan
Judge Lovett, chairman of the Har-: unnergo pnysicai examinations lor nt-troops
riman railroads, testified the late Har-, . News from Sofia savs concentration
of the Bulgarian army Is proceeding
riman told him of a visit to the White; ne recommendations were present-
rouse when Roosevelt wanted him to;- " lu """""rapidly. The stock exchange of Lon-
belp raise $200,000 for the New York on marriage and divorce. They j somewhat affected today by
the Balkan situation owing to the
manner The Rafeiiardinp- of tho BlI.GAniA DECLARES WAR.
heme ls the state's chief business. The
interest of the state in the family is
Chicago, Oct. 9. Close to thirty
thousand Jammed Comltkey park to
day to witness the opening game of
the series between the Chicago Ameri
can and the National league clubs. An
early day rain threatened to cause a
postponement, but the sun dried trie
rteia wnicn naa ceen soaked by a
Batteries White Sox, Walsh and
Sullivan. Cuba, Lavender and Archer. I
At the end of the sixth Inning RpitprotpQ HharnP Thov
neither aide had scored. " w w,,' Mw 1 "UJ
AT SOURCE OF
PASSING HAT AT
Mackinaw City, Mich., Oct, 9. Colo
nel Roosevelt carried his campaign
into the upper Peninsula today. Stops
were scheduled at St. Ignace, Soo
Junction and Marquette on the run to
Houghton, where he will speak this
evening. The colonel said he was
greatly pleased with his Michigan
trip. He believed the outlook for the
progressives In the state was bright.
His managers bave produced a new
feature to replenish the treasury. In
the party is a representative of the
financial bureau, whose mission ls to
seize the opportunity for collection of
funds offered by the gathering crowds
to hear the colonel. The plan was first
tried at Detroit. One thousand dollars
Come From the Steel
DANGER IN HIS VIEWS
SISTER SEES HER
Farmers, Thinking to Aid
Neighbor, Called to Door
and Shot Down.
Governor Speaks From Steps of
Old State House at the
HKOTIIKlt (1MHI.EV l0TIOV
Charles P. Taft told the Clapp com
mittee that he contributed $250,000 to
Ihe national campaign of 190S and that
$1.V,imhi was returned. He also made
a contribution of $4i,u00 to the Ohio
campaign. He said he wanted to see
are as follows:
Marriage and divorce should be reg-
Parls, Oct. 9. It is rumored here
Bulgaria has declared war on Turkey.
Hecker went out, Yerkes j
bu.Mii ivmju. ; ( ; his brothet go to the White house with
WB1B "tterZOK W ML (II PT I II. 111. ' ...T7. il t:...i ....
V..rl... Iial.,ll.t lU.f-ltor'a . .. . .. . . ""v " J
- - -liejeru uouueu oui 10 i ernes. iter-1
,.lv,lv ,wWr.,.;a tonic -, , ... , iur ,u..uUu.
r.i win,. i HluIe secouu, v urrini;:: s turow ue-
thlr.l (.!'.. lis threw out Murray at I jng ow Fletcher popped out to Stahl.
base. No runs, one hit. no er- ( jialhewson struck out. No runs, one
cause the citizens of the state come
ue nou7 w'l"''fronj&Qine. and are trained for
great interesttT-n", ln u Jn tne-bome.
We hold that it ls the bounden fViit v
was prepared to "go the limit." of both the state and church to throw
j about thw home every safeguard, not
paramount to the interest of the in-j Archives in the Bulgarian legation at
dividual member of the family, be-' Constantinople have been handed over
to the care of the Russian embassy
there, according to a- nowo- dispatch.
And on that basis he
Mi'tlraw sent Snodgrass to left field
Mid decker to center.
Hed Sc - Hooper scratched an in
f,eld hit. lie stole second. Meyers'
throw wide. Fiet her dropped
Yerkes' line drie and the batter was
hnfe It was a miserable error. Speak
er beat out a bunt. The bases were
f iled and none out The crowd cheer
id Hooper was foroed out at fac
j !i if en Lewis' grounder to Herzog.
who threw to Mecrs. Yerkes scored
on an infield out of Gardner. The
ii'ay was Mathewson. Doyle to Mer-
. the ball bounding off Mathewson's ( ))liu
b; nl. thereby giving the pitcher an
iitfist. Iwis and Speaker scored on
Stahl s hot drive to left. Wagner
went out on a high fly to TKyle.
'In run runs, three hits, ono error.
KA OM 1MG.
C.iants Merkle fanned. Herzog
tniiled to center. Herzog scored on
hit. no errors.
Red Sox Herzog took Carrigan's
grounder and threw him out at first.
Collins struck out. Hooper went ov,
Ix-yle to Merkle. No ruus, no hits,
Giants !wis dropped Snodgrasb'
fly. Doyle singled o center. Snod
Krass taking second Doyle was forc
ed at second w hen Yerkes took Beck
er's grounder through Wagner, Snod-khii-s
taking third on the play. Snod
prass scored on Murray's double to
the bleachers, Beck-r taking third.
was relieved 1' Hall. Collins
went to the bench in tears. Becker
and Murray scored on Herzog's dou
ble into the bleachers. Wagner threw
out Meyers at first. Three runs,
three bits, one error.
Red Sox Yerkes flew to Murray.
Speaker went out. Mathewson to Mer
kle. Lewis doubled to the left field
Taft testified his contributions to the
' president's campaign for renominatlon
: amounted to $214,000.
only for the physical well being of the
nation, but for the spiritual welfare
of generations yet unborn. To this
end we believe there should be:
thew out Stahl. One run, two hits, ;
Red Sox Bedient went in the box ;
for Boston. Bedient hit Snodgrass on
the arm. The hatter took a base, i
Doyle struck oirt. It was growing dark 1
and bard to follow the ball. Snodgrass j
went out stealing, Carrlgan to Wag- i
r . . i- T ! fi i L r ta-nllori IWIrAr nont
' ,. ' ... all places of previous residence
out stealing. Carngan to Wagner. No, . , . ...
runs, no bits, no errors.
Red Sox Shafer took Wagner's
grounder and threw him out at first.
( arrigan w ent out by the 'Shafer Mer
kle route. Bedient was out, Mathew
son to Merkle. Game was called with
the score tied, 6 to 6, on account of
from the Turkish capital.
Salonikl. Turkey, Oct. 9. Serious
fighting continues between Turkish
and Montenegrin forces on the Monte
: r-OSTRAHY TO PRACTICE.
Constantinople, Oct. 9 Turkey awaits
coming events with calm assurance, ac-
1. Federal control of the entire sub-, oordini! to Foreign Mini8ter Noradunf?
ject of marriage and divorce, insuring ' ,an Effen(H, The minister Baid: "The
declaration of war by Montenegro was
made contrary to practice adopted by
all civilized states. No attempt was
made to seek the good offices of a
third party in order to arvoid a con
flict." ACTION IIFI.l) IMPRUDENT.
ctQtiila npnvlllnoi that rn t i i '
uniformity of laws
2. Physical examination of the con-!
trading parties to a marriage. !
3 Wide publicity of the intention of i
the parties to enter the marriage state.;
4. A -law compelling the filing of a;
certificate by each party setting forth 1
i vorce may be granted except on scrip-
' tural grounds. It should be provided,
I however, that there may be granted.
1 behalf of the powers were made to
'Greece yesterday by the Austrian and
I Russian ministers, who declared it im-
in certain cases, the right of separate Wnt in the highest degree for the
J.eers' hit, which struck Gardner in j bleachers. Murray fell into the tem
the face. Gardner wu badly shaken porary stand trying to make the
tip but continued to play. Fletcher cntch. He was unhurt. Lewis scored;
Hied out to Hooper. Yerkes took ; jvhen Gardner drove a vicious hit 1
Mbthewson's grouuder and threw to ; through Fletcher. The scorer gave
Wagner. One run, two hits, no er- j Fletcher an error. Stahl got an in
urs. field hit which Doyle could r.ot han-
Ked Sox Carrigan went out. Herzog die. Gardner taking third. Stahl stole!
to Merkle. Doyle made a brilliant j cond. Wagner struck out. One run,
jday when he took Collins' grounder jtwo hits, one error. ;
end threw him out to hist. Hooper mth imc;. i
doubled to right. Verges went out, ( GiantsFletcher went out. Wagner tho
M . . -"T. 1 . V. rime nrt- hit : ... '. lu"
ljn'' 11 ,waB i cabling pia..tempt haB been made to arrest thelpether with unbelievers.
gucr iook rieicners grounaer witn Would be assassin, and the people
me hand and made a rifle shot while ! ,hreaten to lynch the assailant,
on a dead run. nipping the runner by , The police nave done practically
a few feet. Stahl took Wagner s rnthine tn n th(, mv.terv. The
throw with one hand.
popped out to Stahl. Snoderass walk-
Fletcher to Merkle.
Giants Snodgrass flied to Hooper.
Doyle fouled to Gardner. Becker
vint out. Wagner to Stahl. No runs,
i;n hits, no errors.
Red So Speaker went out to Mer-
llo unassisted. Merkle knocked
riewn Speaker's drive. Iwis flied to
Murray. Gardner went out. Doyle to
Merkle. No runs, no hits, i.o errors.
ntHTll inm. I was forced at neoond when Wagner
Giants Murray tripled to right. I t,nk Murray's grounder and threw to
. i ' . . . t i . , n a fmil tn fZardner. I va.l.a. v-n vi.a n
.. - ,r, a, t . . .'declared
.Aiurray w orm ou riin- "i ! - i ue nra oox went to nat i
Herzog to Speaker. Meyers singieo to : )n the ninth with the score a tie. The
1-ft Fletcher foul died to Hooper, rrowd kept up continuous cheering.
IN LYNCH THREAT
Alton, 111., Oct. 9. Mystery sur
rounds the shooting of Alfred Davis
on the farm of Mrs. Ella Voorhees, for
mer wife of a Chicago professor, and
the people of the town are stirred to
highest pitch of anger. No 'at-
6. A statute making abandonment
of a w ife by a husband a felony.
7. Rigid laws prohibiting the manu
facture and sale of' intoxicating bev
erages, believing, as we do from a
close study of statistics, that the use
of liquor, directly and indirectly, is
one of the greatest causes of divorce.
We further believe that all mar
riages of our people should be per
formed by clergymen and that the min
istry of the church should be diligent
in the enforcement of the provisions of
the church discipline governing mar
riages. To all our members we would reit
erate: Be ye not unequally yoked to-
ccme upon you.
townspeople declare Uiat there is a I
It was the first base on balls In1
game. Snodgrass stol second.
walked. Hall was
Becker was also
Or.o run, two bits, no errors,
lied Sox Stahl struck out
j Carrigan went out. Mathewson to Mer-vVag-jfct,,
Hall fouled to Herzog. Hooper
iier went out on a fy io Murray. f ied out to Doyle. No runs, no fcs,
J-teher took Carrigan's grounder and j nn errors.
trrew him out at f.rst. No runs, no
I. its. no ..rrors.
Giant -Mnthewmn was a strikeout
lii-tlm and CarrUan dmppd the third
jitlke He threw the New lorK pucn
Giants Merkle tripled past Speak
er. Wagner threw out Herzog. Meyers
was purposely passed. McCormlck
batted for Fletcher and Shafer ran for
Meyers. Merkle scored on McCor-
out at first Snodsrass fanned. , rnick's sacrifice fly to few Is. Shafer
motive in their inactivity and demand !
that something be done or else they !
I will take the matter in hand them-'
i selves. They declare that they will i
j investigate the matter and lynch the
! guilty party.
Davis, who is fatally wounded, is
J dying in St. Joseph's hospital here. He '
that Mrs. Voorhees found
him on her farm some time ago, and, :
leveling a shotgun at him, made him i
beg for his life before she released ;
When questioned ln regard to the
shooting she deaied that she had any j
knowledge of it. Her daughter also!
declared that her mother knew noth
ing about it.
Mrs. Voorhees also denied that she
ever had had trouble with the man.
Davis was shot from ambush whila
gathering nuta on the farm.
KING PETER WILL
RAISE LARGE FORCE
Balkan states to take any action
against Turkey. They will not obtain
for Christians In Macedonia any more
than that which the powers are deter
mined to get for them.
)ole flied cut to lyewi. No runs, no
hits, no rror
Red So I'ollirs s'rurk out. Hooper
r'rcbd to c. -liter. Snodgrass exchang
ed plarcf with Murray, who wnt to
b f. S'ledirifs going to right. Hooper I out
:de second. Meyers' throw being to
lew for Fletcher. Hooper scored on
Yerkes1 triple to right center. The
stands were In uproar. Speaker line
fied to Fletcher, who threw to Her
n g. catching Yerkes before be could
leturn to the b3g It waa a quick
took second on a throw to catch Mer
kle at the plate. Mathewson flied to
Yerkes One run. one ttt. no error.
Rrd Sox Wilson Is catching Shafer
went to short stop. Wilson threw
Yerkes. Speaker tripled The
30 YEARS FOR AN
ASSAULT ON KING
Servla is second
PUr f Servla.
ILLINOIS MASONS NAME
. DARRAH AS GRAND MASTER
Chicago, Oct 9. About 1,500 dele
gates from 807 Masonic lodges in Illi
nois attended the 73d communcation
of the grand' lodge, which opened a
three-day session in Medlnah temple,
Walton place and Dearborn avenue,
The following officers were elected:
Grand master Delmar D. Darrah,
Deputy grand master H. T. Bur
Grand secretary Isaac Cutter,
Grand treasurer Leroy A. Goddard,
Senior grand warden Ralph H. I
Junior grand warden A. H. Scro
A gain of 7,000 in membership in
Illinois in the last year was reported
by the secretary.
North Vernon, Ind., Oct 9. With
their crippled sister a helpless witness
of their deaths, John and Charles Mc
Quaid, farmers, aged 58 and 71, were
enticed to the door of their farm home
five miles from here and murdered
early yesterday morning. Robbery ap
parently was the motive of the crime,
but the slayers were finally frighten
ed away by the approach of neighbors
attracted by the screams of the sia-
! tor, an invalid 68 years of age.
The family was awakened from Its
Blumbersbavisltor, whogave .the
nam'iraeJgtl)or and" ealtr he want
ed a light to enable him to see to re
pair a breakdown. Aa Charles Mc
Quaid, the elder brother, stepped from
the kitchen door with the light he
was struck down with a club, while
anqther man struck the lamp to the
ground. John, hearing hia brother's
! rrlpa for holn ti-iiRtiari to tha door nnd
was shot through the heart.
The struggle between Charles and i
his assailants continued until be also
was shot, the bullet entering his left
hip and passing through his body. Un
able to walk, the sister crawled to the
front door and screamed until she was
heard by Web Spencer, a neighbor,
who lives a hundred yards away. Spen
cer yelled that he was coming and this
evidently frightened the murderers
Charles McQuald managed to crawl
into his home before Spencer arrived
and lived about two hours. He was
unable to give any description of the
They left the premises through a
meadow and had tied their horses and
buggy at an abandoned barn. The only
clew the officers have ls a cap and a
pistol holster picked up at a distance
from the scene of the murder.
The county commissioners, as soon
as they learned ot the crime, offered
a reward of $1,000 for the arrest and
conviction of the guilty men. During
Ihe afternoon 'bloodhounds from Bed
ford, Ind, were brought over. They
took the scent immediately and fol
lowed a trail for several miles, but
finally lost it.
Springfield, 111., Oct. 9. "I'm not try
ing to put Roosevelt in a hole," said
Woodrow Wilson today referring to hia
recent declaration that the steel cor
poration was "behind the third party
program ln thought." "I was simply
trying to show that Roosevelt's view
point was that of the trusts and that
we cannot afford to have a man presi
dent of the United States who has that
viewpoint. The matter is of perfect
indifference to me where Roosevelt
gets his money, but it is a matter rf
a great deal of difference to me whei
he gets his ideas. 'And he got hi
ideas with regard to regulation of mo
nopoly from gentlemen who control,
the steel corporation." The gover
nor's voice was husky and he wai
Wilson marched the streets of
Springfield with a reception commit
tee. It was the first time he traveled
afoot to a meeting which he was to
address. He spoke from the steps ot
the old state house, where Lincoln and
Douglas carried on their famous de
bates. "I feel I owe the people of the
United States an apology," said Wil
son "for conducting my campaign the
same week the world series of baseball
ls going on. But while I
am interested ln the score
Trom day to day, I am more In
terested what the score will be In
November. Democrats are getting on.
toRooseTelt'i jpuevea'Mid are knocking
home runs ever tftoie they go, Ho bat"
The crowd cheered. J
HIO TIME IN ST. LOUIS.
St. IxniiB, Mo., Oct. 9. Governor
Wilson will arrive from Springfield,
111., late this afternoon and will make
four addresses before departing at
midnight for Chicago. Tonight a
torchlight procession will be held In
bis honor. Democratic managers de
clare 20,000 men agreed to march.
IMMUNITY IS PROMISED
OWNERS OUSTING DIVES
Chicago, Oct 9. Immunity to to
owners and agents of property used
for immoral purposes if they evict
the tenants at once was promised by
CASE INTO COURT
Member Brings Suit to Prevent
Referendum Tote on
Chicago, Oct. 9. Constitutionality
of the Donahue law, passed by the
last session of the. Illinois legislature,
providing for a referendum on the
recent advance in rates made by the
Modern Woodmen of America, hai
been attacked in court. Opponents of
the law, which was materially amend
ed In the closing sessions of the leg
islature. Insist, that it ls full of loop
holes. The referendum board, made
up of the insurance superintendent,
state treasurer and the state super
intendent of public Instruction, wag
about to fix a date for the ballot. The
Insurgent Woodmen, who are opposing
the increase in rates ordered by the
head camp last January, have. b'eu
carrying on a lively campaign.
An Injunction suit begun yes
terday by Addison Jones, a beneficial
member of the society since 1383,
who carries $3,000 life Insurance
At the same time real estate dealers! for which his wife, Mrs. Mary Jones, is
Wanders 48 Hours; Oazed.
Eveleth, Mino., Oct. 9. In a condi
tion of semi mental and physical col
lapse, J. H. Corbett of the Adams nfine
was found by a searching party in the
woods three mi.es east of Zim late
yesterday after he had wandered 48
hours through swamps and timber.
throughout the city took steps to mass
themselves Into a solid front and
prevent the hordes of denizens from
the closed district from encroaching
on the residential districts. To 2C-
beneficiary, contends that the old rate
never had been adequate to meet the
lost of benefits and carry out the ac
cruing obligations of the society, but
says that the new rates are fair and
complish this a meeting of agen'.p ' equitable and will place the beneficl-
wi;i be held before tne nd of the ary and general funds of the society
w eek for the purpose of cooperating i on a soiled financial basis.
MRS. EDDY'S WILL
HELD TO BE VOID
Boston. Oct 9. A trust estimated
at two million, created by the will of
with the American Vigilance associ
Steps taken yesterday by the real
estate men to carry out this program
Listed all vacant flats and houses of
which "they are agents.
Under the Donahue act officers of
insurance societies must submit the
cuestion of repeal to the total mem
bership on the application of 10 per
! cent of the members after the adop
j tioa of new by-laws on the propo;
! tioa of a change ln assessments. Tho
among the Balkan states, and King Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, for the benefit
Peter expects to raise an army to 'of the Christian Science church, was
Rome, Oct. 9. For attempting to as-; lght the Turks that will be second ln j declared void by the Massachusetts
sassinate King Victor Emmanuel I strength to that of Bulgaria. Servian j supreme court today. The court holds.
March 14 last. Antonio Daleba today soldiers are noted for their fiehtin however that a charitable trmt has
shortstop took the ball and threw it j
w ildly to Wilson, who dropped the ball.
and Speaker slid over the base, tying
the score The off.cial scorer gave an
error to the catcher Doyle took
Gardner's grounder and threw him c was condemned to i0 years penal ser ! qualities and Ehould prove an import- been created and new trustees icav
frst, Lewis taking third. Herzog t Mtude, jjuit factor in the war, ihe aii&ouaed. to administer it.
Obtained promise from the police .society, w hich is the Iarget In tho
department to investigate all tenants t country, w ill be ruined and its beue!!
reported'to be "queer." j clary fund exhausted If the rates
"Real Estate men have Informed me . adopted In January are not allowed to
that they ' will take action on the vice J remain ln effect the bill alleges. He
quest ion at their board meeting," said j asks that the court restrain the execu
Clifford G. Roe, counsel for the Amer-jtlve council of the society from sub
Icaa Vigilance association, yesterday. mitting the question of a repeal to a
"Plans already drafted by the agents vote on the ground that the new stat
wii; make it practically impossible for j ute is void and unconstitutional.
the residential districts to become i
populated with vice district refu-i Stenographer Commits Suicide.
v Mason City, Iowa, Oct. 9. Miss El-
! la Tesimer, aged 26, a stenographer,
I-aporte, Ind Dr. Von Ossinkl of j committed suicide by inhaling gas.
Otis is near death in a local hospital j She was found in her bedroom holding
here as tne xtauit of a ritUtgnai Lite, j the gas tube.