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SIXTY-SECOXI) YEAR. XO. 5.
WEDXESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1912. TWELVE PAGES,
PRICE TWO CENTS.
AND. ARGrUS. I home edition
PERKINS IN A
Senator's Former Partner
Declares the Amount
STORIES DO NOT JIBE
Total for Pre-convention Cam
paigns Is Fcund to Be
Washington. Oct. 23. Lars Whit
comb, partner of former Senator Bev
eridge, today testified before the
Clapp committee that George W. P r
klns, Edward McLean and Gillord Pin
fhot sent drafts amounting to 557,
r.Ow to Bcveridge for his 1S04 cam
paign. Perkins ha testified that he
cent only $10,000 and that Beveridgfs
Whltcomb testified that $30,000
rame from Perkins, $25.ono from Mc
Lean, a cousin of Ueverldge. and $2,
i'iIio from Plnchot. Whltconib said
lieveridge returned the drafts the day
Kit ti. i si.flrr.j;afl.H.
Taking into consideration all the
Information that has been laid before
the committee the financing of seven
campaigns for the presidential nom
inal lonn this year calls for contribu
tions amounting to $1,675,226.08. It
1b to be kept in mind, of course, that
the investigating committee has not
heard from all the campaign funds
raised and expended locally In var-
Ions states, hut with the Information
In hand, computing on the basis of
contributions made to general "ra"
mil fees and organizations, and sent to:
various states and with specific know
ledge of what state organizations did
for themselves in Illinois, New York,
the record-absolutely apart, from
uuy r:,oney ..pent since the national .
. onvctlon In June- stands as fol-
Ohio, Michigan and Massachusetts
l;oos"vel campaign ....$ 6",677.E?
T-.ft r-aini.iKit 4!6.!::7.41
l.a Kollette campaign ... 63.i'6St.r.
Wilson campaign 20K.ls3.or,
Harmon campaign 146.000 00
Cnd'Twood campaign . . . &2,oiMt.ini
Clark campaign fiO.46S.fiO
More than one-half of this total was
con'nluited by six men. while 12 men ',
supuli d practically two-thirds of the;
money that went into the pre-conven-tii
tw K iimj iivm,
Here are 12 men who "put up" a
U.tal of $1,072,200.70. the list not going
h.'vond Uiose who contributed at U'ast
( hurles P. Taft (Taft $ 213.C32.41
Wm. Fltnn (Roosevelt).. 144.3oH.l'i
). K. Hanna ( Ksevelt ) . 177.0o0.00
S. W. Perkins (Roosevelt) 122,.rOO.oO
F. A. Muusey (Roosevelt) 11S.000.00
T. F. Rjan (Harmon) 77.oipO.im)
T. F. Ryan ( Cnderw ood ) . 35.ooO.(m)
C. H. lN.dge (Wilm).... 61.3oo.tn)
C. It. Crane (Wilson) 10.oiMj.00
C. R. Crane (I.a Follette). 23.&00.00
Andrew Carnegie (Taft.. 25,OoO.OO
J Hays Hammond (Taft). 25.0im.O')
K. T. Stotesbury (Taft).. 25.O0O.o0
A II Cochran (Roosevelt) 25,000.00
Such well known personages as J.
,f. Hill and Giftord Plnchot fe.I into
the class below the $25,000 contribu
tors. The politicians have DPen comment-
Inir on the dramatic ability of Senator;
Holes Penrose, who, through his col-
league. Senator Oliver, staged the pro-,
eedlug that were designed to mako ,
t real climax to the pre-election sit
tings of the Investigating committee.
The interesting matter most artistical -
ly injected Into the investigation of Columbus. Ohio, Oct. 23. William i Hie Blackhawk yesterday shattered
campaign funds at the last minute was Barnegran. who was returned a week r-'eredent in this county by filing suit
evidence and testimony bearing oa ; a.o after escaping from the peniten- f r divorce and having two divorce ac
the effort of persons ciose to Colonel , tiary by crawling through a sewer, ti-jns pending against two husbands in
Roosevelt to get Senator Penrose in -
to the movement to make te former
presid-Tit the republican standard
bearer this year. There probably will
be a further effort to make it appear
that it was the declining by Senator
Penrose of the invitation to Join the
Koos-'velt movement after thinking
ti e matter over for 10 days that start-
ed the Roosevelt forces on his trail
w ith scalpiug knives.
next move. The Pennsylvania sup
porters of Senator Penrose, who hav
bt --n watching the development
t:. rough the investigating committee
n : close range, are elated over the sur
prise they have sprung. They arc
ii -v arii.g that if Mr. Penrose had
' gei,e in" for Roosevelt, as it was
ignored several of the old guard lead-
i s might early l ist winter, he would
l-pve been rgarded as Just as good a
citizen as Mr. Perkins or Mr. Man
ny. But we must await the replies of
t;ie Rooteveliiai.s to th- ktiien.eutji'
ui-do ou the wuiiics sund.
Forecast Till 7 p. m. Tomorrow for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline,
Fair and warmer tonight and Thurs
day. Temperature at 7 a. m.t 32. Highest
j yesterday, 48; lowest last night. 31.
I Velocity of wind at 7 a. m, 7 miles
Relative humidity at 7 p. m., 67, at
7 a. m., 86.
; Stage of water, 4 feet, a rise of .2
in last 24 hours.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
(Trorn noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Sr.n sets r, W. rises C22. Evening '
stars: Merrury. Venus. Mars. Jupiter.
Morning star: Saturn.
OF TAFTS ENDED
Beverly, Oct. 23 President Taft :
tcday packed his golf sticks and climb-'
ei in an automobile with Mrs. Taft,
and Miss Helen and Secretary of
State Knox to end his summer vaca
t on with a three day motor trip in
The president's lease of his summer
home expires this year, and Beverly-'
Iteii do not look for his return, no mat-!
ter how the election goes. '
The president has acquired a ruddy,
ht tilth y tan, a bright eye, and springy
NATURE INJURY TO
PRINCE A SECRET
St. Petersburg. Oct. 23. The. condi
tion of the Russian crown prince is
causing greatest anxiety. Silence is
preserved as to the nature of the ac
cident. That it was serious is indicat
ed by a telegraphic summons sent to
Dr. Rauchfubs, court, physician for th
imperial chi'dren, who arrived at
Spala today. Prayers were offered for
the recovery of tile heir to the throne.
N,shvllle Ram. Nose In Mud to Keep
Norfolk, Va.. Oct. 23 To keep from
J i vo,.ird.v L n ?
vS, ttuc it, no in the 2 '!
"hI"k ll"0 . ,h mu .
and remained agronnd until nearl
ti.ne o clock at night, when with the;
at ristance of three powerful tugs from
tie navy yard, it was pulled back into
The Nashville was bound to Gaunta-
namo with supplies for waishios or-
... . -
o .Mexico, and was endeavorine
to make its wav through a veritable
n t work of vessels at anchor off Lam-
in r's Point, awaiting coal.
After being hauled off the flats the
ger.boat proceeded to Hampton Roads.
It probably will sail today.
DUAL TRAGEDY CAUSED
BY DRINKING OF HUSBAND
Springfield. 111., Oct. 23. .Mis.
Augusta Simpson, aged 47 years, shot
hei husband, John Simpson, aged 4",
here yesterday. The bullet passed
through the right lung and will prove
fatal. Immediately after shcotint her
husband, Mrs. Simpson shot herself
through the right side of her head,
dtank a quantity of carbolic acid and
died shortly afterwards at St. John's
hi tpi'al. The couple recently moved
t this city from Cerro Gordo. The
t'agedy was the culmination of a fam
ily uuarrel. resulting, it is said, from
Mr. Simpson's drinking.
DRUNKARDS FAHF MIRRflRS
See Themselves as Others See
Them" in Baltimore.
Baltimore, Oct. 23. So drunkards
a.id street fighters can "see themselves
ah other,; ko Ihfiin " n mir.r
.!! be placed in the courtroom of the
southwestern police station. This plan
-v ill be inaugurated by Justice I'lrich.
a man was brought in yesterday and
, looked badly. The magistrate
tbc ught his image in a mirror would
to far to reform him.
1 Killed Fleeing Penitentiary.
; r. snot and killed early today while
j tijlng to escape over the wall. He
vas serving a life sentence for mur
der. F.fty Smiths at Harvard.
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 23 Smiths
predominate at Harvard. Of approxi
mately 5.500 students listed in the
i catalogue, oo near tne name or fcmitn.
J There are 11 Wiisons. three Roosevelts
. and two TaftS.
TO ASK DAMAGES
Chicago. Oct. 23. State troops re -
main in possession of Mineral Springs
rac track at Porter. Iud. The pro -
! inoters Lave decided to bring suit
'against the state of Indiana for $100. -
" t o d-maes Today s card was cail-
i id cff.
One Report Says Turks
Are Falling Back on
SERVIANS SUFFER LOSS
Town of Novipazar Holding Out
and the Attacking Army Is
London, Oct. 23. The Important
Turkish town of Novipazar was cap-!
tured by Servians today after severe
fighting, says a news dispatch from
Nis-h. Servian troops suffered heavy
Sofia, Oct. 23. The Bulgarian force
operating against Adrianople reached
Arda. a redoubt of the west Turkish
stronghold. The Turks fled in disor
der, leaving 100 dead. North of Adri
anople several Turkish positions were
captured by Bulgarians after furioui
fighting. The Turks fled, leaving many
London. Oct. 23. Heavy fighting is
proceeding on every 6ide in the Bal
kan peninsula and competent quar-1
ters are inclined to believe conflicts i
have been much more various than
official reports indicate. Both Turks j
and Bulgarians claim to be advanc-J
ing in the vicinity of Adrianople. i
One of the Servian armies has been
taken to Prisstina and another is at i
the gates of Kumanova. I Kunnis, ahs known as Rose Bennett
T I it k s fm.i.i; men. i of this cit'- Three men were arrest-
The oficial report of the Servian oJ and riey questioned. From ar
commander savs the Turkish troops, ; tK les found on Joe Bruno, one of the
after offering desperate resistance, are j Prisoners, and in the woman's effects,
falling back all along the whole front tho Police Relieve Bruno and the wo-
and are in precipitate retreat, leaving
,,ehind quantities of supplies of ammu-!
nition. The Servians are said to have ' killing may be found in some happen
KnfproH covoru ilcn ..h ,hc tnu n i ing in that or some other city. No
f xvIzar. which is reported hold-
In ut' Cre officiaI re"rts d,8aree i
a? to the siUwion on the Greek fron-
One of them reports heavy fighting '
on tne road betwe(,n ,hc t0WQ of Elaa. j
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sona and the Turkish base at the town
nf QarvU u-Kiln f1 .... 1 , V.
1 urhs are in iun retreat, a similar
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the Greeks gave out that the Turks 1
were fleeing, and it turned out later.111 tne Chicago underworld. .
that a bi battle was going on which Chicago, Oct. 23 The police say j
had not been concluded when dark-
ness stopped it. A message from '
i onstantinopie Dy an indirect route
says Turkish battleships are about to
return to Constantinople and refit,
af,er nich they wlu t0 ,ne Me3"
nerranean to engage tne ureeK neet.
(.ItKKKS IX VICTORY.
Athens, Oct. 23. Greeks defeated
the Turks this morning beyond Elas
sona after a vigorous attack and the
Turks are now retreating to Servia,
according to a respatch from the
rown prince of Greece, commanding
,lle Greek army.
The crown prince telegraphs that
the Turkish army composed of 22 bat
talions of infantry and six batteries of
artillery, was compelled to abandon
its position and retire before the
Greek onslaught. An order was given
for a general pursuit by the Greek
tdws to capiti'I.atk.
Belgrade, Oct. 23. News of the ca -
relation of the Turkish town of
Kumanova is momentarily expected
linrton Oct 23 A thousand Tint,
fanan prisoners of war arrived in
( onstantinople, according to a dis-
retch from the Turkish capital.
SHE WOULD DIVORCE TWO
Twice Married Woman Brings Dual
Suits at Sioux City.
City, Iowa, Oct. 23 Mrs
the same court at the same time. To
day she seeks release from John
E'arkhawk of Dakota City, Neb. an
Irdian. from whom she thought she
ws divorced at the time she married
V. illiam G. Ylandery. A few days ago
she asked for release from the latter.
Find Body of Man Lost In Woods.
Missoula. Mont.. Oct. 23. The body
of Thomas Corbett, superintendent of
large lumber mills in Montana, was
found 15 miles we6t of Thompson
Fails. Corbett was lost in the woods
Roosevelt Sits Up.
Oyster Bay, Oct. 23. A long night's
E'.een largely offset the wearisome cf-
j fects of Roosevelt's trip from Chi-
jcago. He was greatly refreshed when
: te awoke this morning. He expected1
.'in K-t tin .trernl honi-o trvAi x-
1 to sit ud several hours todav
) Advertising Man Dies.
Chicago. Ovt. 23 David Lee Taylor,
a leading adven&cs man. is dead,
Bridgeport, Conn.. Oct. 23.-A young!
Italian woman, murdered last night in
Stratford, was identified today as Hose
n an recently returned to nriageport
f1" Chicago and the motive for the
as found of two other men !
in connection with the crime.
of the prisoners admitted, shoot-.
ing the woman.
In a small knit handbag the slain J
woman carried were found a card bear- i
ing the name of "Rev. Alice Phillips
A In rich anfl a Kfntemonr nf th rh .
Law and Order league.
The police are working to
whether the woman was slain tn nre.
venl Blv'nK evidence against persons
lne woman rouna murdered at strat-1
ford was known in the south side seg-:
"f"" m. o unr, "u
that she left the city at the time of the
anti-vice crusade. It is said that at
the time of the exodus many cards
were given the unfortunates by Mrs.
Aldrieh, who is connected with the
Chicago Law and Order league .
MORGAN IN DEAL
New York, Oct. 23 J. P. Morgan &.
Co. received 165,000 shares of stock
for services in connection with the for
n.ttioii of the International Harvester
company. This stock on Aug. 14, 1'j12,
vas valued at $13,500,000. So testl-
! i'ed Wiliiam Hamilton of the Morgan
' company today at the continuation of
,ilc government hearings against the
International Harvester company. The
, witness produced a contract agree-
nt nnttfin Alip- IX IMC nrnviHini,
. , r......B
lor lue ueposu oi cenincates wun tne
-" rm nj uaries ueenng, iy-
rut' 11. McCormick. Harold F. JlcCor
Mick, James Deering, Richard F.
Howe- w H Jone8 8nd Jobn J GW
ner. He was requested also to pro-
duce tne Hs,s of owner of certificates
: who entered into the agreement with
11 lo Eeu BloCK oeiore giv
ing tne .Morgan company a chance to
purchase before September, 1903.
ONLY FEW IN ON
Indianapolis, Oct. 23. In line with
ccnt-':ui( ns of the defense that only
the Mc.N'amaras and McManigal were
resfonsible for explosions. Miss Mary
Dye, a former bookkeeper of J. J. Mc
Namara, testified at the "dynamite"
trial today that Frank M. Ryan and
other officials of the Iron Workers'
union seldom were at headquarters
when jobs were being blown up.
MRS. POST IS FOUND DEAD
Divorced Wife of Battle Creek Mani
Passes Away in Washington. I
Washington, Oct. 23 Mrs. Ella;
; f Arri wef her PoRf tivnrrcn1 u. if rf r
W Post of Battle Creek, Mich., was oria board of trade, died suddenly yes
frund dead yesterday at the home of terday. aged 60. He had been connect-
a frieLd whom she was visiting in this
4cit Mrs. Pest was a native of Illi -
PUZZLE PICTURE: WHAT AILS BILL?
ncis and had been divorced about
eight years. She had been living in
New York, but came to Washington on
a visit last Friday. Last night with
her friends Mrs. Post attended a the
atrical performance and upon return
ing to her host's home indulged in a
ljEht supper, retiring about 1 o'clock.
VERA CRUZ AGAIN
Vera Cruz, Oct. 23. Felix Diaz, with
the whole staff, was captured today,
and all the rebels disarmed. The cas
ualties were iiibiguilicant.
The government forces occupied the
city wilh very iiul3 opposition.
Washington, Oct 23 A battle ot
th- rebel forces of General DiaY"anI
the tederal forces under General Belt
ra); impending several days, began at
rn rr, , ., thia ninrnlnir Com
mander Hughes of the cruiser Des
Mcines cabled this information to the
navy department, but there were no
Mexico City, Oct. 23. "Fighting
progressing on all sides at Vera
Cruz," was the brief consular message
t0 tne united States embassy heTe.
HOUSEWIVES IN A
RIOT IN GERMANY
. ii . j . u
Berlin Oct. 23.-Hundreds of house -
w ives juiiieu in a v, uu nui luuaj
cause butchers at municipal markets
. . . ,, , . j
refused to handle meat imported so as
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reduce the high cost of living.
In Wedding district, entirely inhab -
ited by working people, women storm -
e 1 the butchers' stalls, trampled native
raised meat on the ground and fought
The police closed the
The municipality declares an inten-
tier of canceling butchers licences.
LYON NEW CHARITY HEAD
Rcckford Gets Next Session of Illinois; Interurban Car Kills Two.
Conference. j Mount Morris, Mich., Oct. 23. Fred
Springfield, 111., Oct. 23 F. Kmoryjshaw and wife of this place were kill-I.-.
on of Chicaeo was elected Dresident . .rt lact nitht n hon on oitpin r.n
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of tne ,llinoIS , onierence oi ccarities
; ar(i Corrections at its closing session
ilfre yesterday afternoon
cers chosen are:
First Vice President W. E. Sim
Second Vice President Colonel
Henry Davis, Springfield, 111.
Secretary A. L. Bowen, Spring
field. Members of Executive Committee
James Mullenbach, Chicago, chairman;
Sherman C. Kingley, Chicago; Rev.
inomas rmn. kockioto, i,ogan nay,; Defeat of Commission Plan. No warning had been given the con
Si ringfield; D. J. Davis. Peoria; W. R. Ea6t st Loul8j ln Gct 23. The timers of the coming lack of water
F'ark welder, Joliet; Robert Re x. Rock- proposition submitted yesterday to the . ai.d many of them were seriously at
frid; Dr. S. E. Munson. Springfield. voters to establish a commission form fectwi and Ereatlv worried. Thera
The 1513 meeting will be held at
Law Blocks a MarrUge Deal. Ua Fo lette Talks Finances.
Aurora, 111., Oct, 23. The commit-1 Berlin, Wis., Oct. 23. Senator Ijx
tal of Miss Frances Shiloweki of Follette in a speech today discussed
Rockford to the girl's school at Gi- state finances, paying particular at
neva is said to have balked a marriage,; tf ntion to what he termed grossly un
in vhich her father was to receive tiue statements of the democrats.
' $200 for her hand. James F. Gates,
i according to the girl's story, was a
! suitor. She says he agreed to a pre
nuptial contract granting her part o
I his estate in the event of his death a
certaln number of days after the roar
Hennr Uhlrran Dead at Peoria,
Peoria. 111., Oct. 23. Henry I'hlman,
: onp of the oldest crir;t?ora nf the P;
d with the Peoria board of trade for
' tnor than Ci jt-ai.
IN AN EXPLOSION
North Bay, Ont., Oct. 23. The Ener
getic Explosive company's factory at
Haileyburg was blown to pieces today.
Several persons are known to have
been killed. The property loss is
heavy. The bodies of seven were Iden
tified. It is thought others were killed
and their bodies destroyed. Several
were seriously injured.
RECEIVER IS APPOINTED
FOR MOTOR CAR CONCERN
Chicago. Oct. 23. The Central
TRust company was appointed receiv
er for" the S treat or" ttotor-Carcom-
pany, Streator, 111., by Judge Landis,
with bonds of $3,000. Creditors alleg
ed the concern is insolvent.
Accused of Abducting Girl.
Keokuk, Iowa, Oct. 23. Samuel SI1
dis, oxvner of a clothing establishment
at Fort Madison, Iowa, was arrested
yesterday, charged with abducting 16-year-old
Virginia Baldwin of Keokuk
for immoral purposes. He was brought
to Keokuk and gave bond for hia ap
pearance in court. Tho child be
longs to one of the oldest families in
Sugar Man Leaves $12,000,000.
Whiteside, N. Y.. Oct. 23. Charles
H. SenfT, formerly an associate of the
' Havemeyers in the sugar business,
; at 1200000()i acc
t'-. He died Aug. 23, 1911. His prop-
etty includes paintings valued at
1 Jud E,ca , Death.
, wilrrlington DeL Gct. 23.-Judge
1 ,,onpfi,n f.rav n. ,ha ,TnIf a,MtpH rlr.
cuit had a narrow escape from serious
:ir.ury when he was run down by an
j a,,tomobile hero. Tne judg0 had just
a)igbtea from a trolIey car when the
: escaped with a lacerated hand.
; tne Saginaw and Flint line struck their"
automobile at a grade crossing. The i
became stalled , on the
Defines Compensation Law.
Springfield. 111., Oct. 23. The bureau
of labor construed the workmen's com
pensation law to mean that employers
who have elected not to be bound by
the act are not required to renew the
of government was defeated hv a vote
i of 3,304 in favor to 4,613 against.
; EVERS TO DIRECT
McLeansboro, 111., Oct. 23. The
Chicago, Oct. 23. John Evers, sec- Hamilton County Farmers and Teacn
Li barf man, has been appointed man- etc' institute, scheduled for this week,
tf er of the Chicago Nationals, accord- .tr been postponed indefinitely on ac
iiif. to a close fiend. count of a diphtheria epidemic. City
it was aui hoi itatively tnnounced that : schools and several rural schools havw
L- en: would eigu a contract &3 man- t cn closed. A strict quarantine is
fcter toitorro . j enforced.
AS A VICTIM
Defendant's Attorney Ex
poses Operations of
Rose, Et Al.
FOUR HELD ASSASSINS
Would Boil and Kill Men to Gain
Their Hellish Ends, Charges
New York, Oct 23. John F. Mcln
tyre, summing up the case for the de
fense In the Becker trial, said in part:
T am defending an American, not
a murderer. His accusers are a vile,
lawless, degenerate set, reeking in
fiith and infamy. They have tarnish
ed the fair name of a great city.
"The district attorney has been mis
led, perhaps deceived. He may be
r.ctuated by ambition, and ambition
often beclouds good Judgment; but in
the end, he has fathered a prosecu
tion framed up by crooks.
IX MllinK.HF.RS HEARTS.
"This trial had its birth in the
hearts of four murderers Rose, Web
ber. Vallon and Schepps self-confess
ed assassins, all of whom, when it is
over, will be free men, to murder
again if they please.
"Rose, as the evidence shows, cher
ished an animosity against Rosenthal.
He connived at murder and when de
tected a link had been forged con
necting someone higher up. The evi
dence 6hows the district attorney did
not want small fry, but big fish. Rose
saw his opportunity and the frameup
of Becker started
ROK HKI.I. OF Jl'GOI.RRS.
"Rose," exclaimed Mclntyre, in dra
1 matic tones, "Is the hell of the Jug
glers, the hell of assassins, the hell of
robbers, who boil and kill men, the
infernal Tun of the deceitful the ex
crementitious hell the hell of the re
vengeful, and every thought of thrt
monster comes to his associates as a
megnetlzer, and each thought of his
has been Imparted to his fellow-murderers.
There is no weapon in all th
armory of fiction which he did not
possess and use in his effort to In
eliminate the defendant."
IKS. IlKCKEIt IX TEARS.
A score of women gave close heed
t- Becker's lawyer. The wife of the
pilsoner was weeping before Mcln
tvre had fairly launched on his ad
diess. In concluding his address, Mclntyre
"What a clumsy Job the murder of
Rosenthal was. Do you think a skilled
detective like Becker would have insti
gated such a bungling affair?"
CAMERON GIRL IS
BACK TO MOTHER
Chicago, Oct. 23. The federal
grand Jury inquiry in the Johnson
Cameron case was resumed today
with Joseph Levy, Johnson's white
secretary, who is believed to have in
formation of importance, as a wit
ness. Lucile Cameron was again a wit
ness. The girl is reported reconciled
to her mother and to be willing to aid
the investigation in every way.
WATER SUPPLY IS
CUT FOR A TIME
For several hours this afternoon
Second avenue in the business district
was without water. The cause was
that the new Twentieth street main
i v as being connected with the Second
; avenue main. A section of the latter
j l ad to be cut out dnd a "T" with a
connection for Twentieth street put
i v. ere numerous calls at th water-
j vorks and it was sometime before th
i city officials were aware of the action
of the McCarthy company employes.
The Hague, Oct. 23. Queen Wilhel-
in ina has been suffering several days
: from a slight indlsitositlon. This, ac
; cording to the court physicians, lends
to dispel a hope which her majesty
j entertained of the birth of an heir to
; the throne. The condition of the queen
phtheria Closet Illinois Schools.