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ROCK ISLAND ARGXJ
SIXTY-SECOND YEAR, NO. GO.
SATURDAY. JANUARY 4, 1913. FOURTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
BLOW A JAIL;
Friends Try to Free Har
' vey Lee in Marion
ARE TWO EXPLOSIONS
Officer Gillin of Cedar Rapids!
Killed in Fight With Bur
glar in Prison.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 4. With
a bottle of nitro glycerin In his hand,
Harvey I-e, charged with burglary,
held squad of officers at bay in
the county jail at Marion, six miles
from hero, nearly an hour early to
day. Ia a riot which followed Officer
Gillin of Cedar Rapids fell dead with
a bullet lu his breast. Detective
Cook was shot in the hand.
The fight between Lee and the offi
cers followed an attempted Jail deliv
ery, in wh.ch two explosions of nitro
gl.vcerln o-urred. Outside friends en
diavored to net lee at liberty. Sheriff
Loft us uh awakened at 1 o'clock by
explosions in the rear of the Jail.
He discovered his telephone was cut,
but finally got In communication with
the Cedar Rapids police. Six officers
veip n-nt u the scene. After Gillin
was killed other officers overpowered
Lee. Nil no of the other prisoners at-
teri.pt-d toos.ape. They were brought j
to Cedar Unplds for safe keeping. Dep-
title are searching for the men who
endeavored to liberate Lee. Tho Jail
wall was or.iy Blightly damased.
Later developments Indicate the ex
p oslons enme from within. Officers
admitted they found no weapons on
Lee. Whu fired the shot that killed
Gillin Is not known.
HAVE LOBBY FUND
'"" ' 'feller, whose town house and estate
Cl;ii :'gn. Jan. 4 Direct evidence at Tarrytown have been under siere
thai lliu United Police collected funds for a week by sergeants-at-arms of the
Itom morulcrB for the use to obtain ; national house of representatives, c.c
favorabb. legislation from the city c pted service yesterday afternoon by
( unt il .;iti given today before the a subpoena to appear on Jan. 13 be
Muni'tpul civil service commission, fore the Pujo committee invest igaiTng
I'utrolinan Wheeler testified he col- the "money trust."
le-ted more than two thousand from j John A. Carver, counsel for Mr.
l-clicoruen at his station. j Rockefeller, agreed to accept the ser-
Th chief of police expressed the vice on behalf of his client, and at the
opinion tua- the terror spread by the siuno time it became authoritatively
automobile bandits was attributable to kiown that Mr. Rockefeller is so ill
paroled convicts. . j that he probably never will ;pprar be-
"e t.nd that in nme cases out or ,
t.n in this city holdups and robberies
are 'he work of paroled convicts," said
POST OFFICE ELEVATOR
IS NOW IN OPERATION eU says he is aery m'man and that"
The new passenger elevator In the! 'he least excTTemeut. like helnfe ques
postofPce building has been put Into i tioned upon the witness stand, may
operation Bfter several months of do-
kh. peuuu.g o. -
nuipuicni. uice iue oj'enuis ui mo
i.ew federal building employes
if ltors have been put to the necessity
o' climbing the 6tairB. a condition : spasms and that under the least ex
v filch has not proved inviting. With ' cittment the muscles in his throat
tne elevator in operation, its convon-, contract t.o that he chokes. Dr. Chap
leiice and time saving features may ' pell said that in one of these spasms
1 readily appreciated. C. Perry death ylht ensue and it was learned
ol.nver, formerly elevator man at tlie lart night that the committee does not
R'-blnson building, has baen
operator at the postofficc.
UTIIKF CONSUMPTIVES; i8 liy committee will ap- i f n 0iTA ,al- "not"ndpr ou;i served Byron H. Uhl. assistant immi
HUUbb LUlM oUmr II V tb ; poInt pfc ,aM tQ Mam ; tro. Owing to last night', violent pratiou commissioner, with a copy of
Illinois Board of Health Favors Bulla-
Ina Stats Sanitarium.
Springfield. III. Jan. 4. The erec
tion cf a state sanitarium for con
cuniptives, for Jhe purpose of caring
for tuberculosis patients who are un
kh'.e to car for themselves Is rec-
ammended In the annual report of the
ftate board of health received today
by Governor Deneen. The report does
tit give favorable recommendation to
Lie project for city and county sanl
Urium authorled by legislative acts
: f li0S and 1909. Other recommenda
I inns Include the enactment cf a law
piov.duig for better memoes or reg -
istcricg deaths ana also an increase
in tiie appropriations for sanitary
ork and for the purchase of diph
theria antitoxin for free distribution
funong the people aa a means of pro
tecting tuein against diphtheria.
Freight Rite Suspended.
Washington, Jan. 4. An advance In
rV-.fi freight rates averaging 9 per
un: from New Orleans to points In
ll'i..j'.i. now taking the Dubuque,
b v a. rates, was suspended by the.com
n.t ;,e Ginm'.tf!on today from Jan. 5
Throe Shct Firers Killed.
.'cil.a Mo, Jan. 4. Unable to es
ti o to safevy after lighting the fuses
t r 1 ti nr.mite charges in the Imperial
7. :io m ne cear here today, John Flck-
Fred Fisher and Elmer Smith. hot j
frers. were killed by
that folio ed.
Forecast Till 7 p. m. Tomorrow for
Rock Island, Davenport. Molir.s,
Cloudy and much colder tonight with
the lowest temperature near zero. Sun
day fair and continued cold.
Temperature at 7 a. m., 17. Highest
yesterday, 34, lowest last night, 17.
Velocity of wind at 7 a. m., 3 miles
Precipitation, .03 inch. i
Relative humidity at 7 p. ni., 64, at j
7 a. rh., 90.
Stage of water, 2.2, no change in
last 24 hours.
J, M. 3IIERIER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon taT t0 noon tomorrow.)
Bon ets 4:4I,
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Mars, Mercury, jnpIteI.,
AUTO IN A RIVER;
Toledo, Ohio, Jan. 4 Dr. Peter Don
nelly, prominent locally as a physician,
as drowned today when his automo-
bile plunged through the guard chains ; morning ,n coniBion wllu the BriUs,
of a dock and Into Maumee river. His : steamer Indrakuala. Twenty-two lives
Identity was established by divers ' were lost, including Caplain Gilbert
who, however, were unable to free the! and wife. Eight men. including Sec
body. Donnelly was ill yesterday, but - one Mate Luckenbach, were taken
continued work. It Is believed in a de- j from the rigging cf the sunken ship
liriuin, resulting from fever, he was j after they had clung to life for six
unable to realize his danger as he ap- j hours in a gale. Others in the rigging,
proached the dock. Donnelly was city ! numbed by cold, dropped off one by
police surgeon. Mayor Whit lock or-; on and were drowned.
dered flags on city
buildings at half
FOUND SICK MAN;
Washington, Jan. 4. The Pujo com-
, iU con8lder tue plea of
Mam that he is too ill to
arpear and a stibcommittee may be '
: sent to his home to take bis deposition.
Even that course may be opposed by
the oil magnate. The committee is
I anxious to get Into the record certain
j transactions In Amalgamated Copper
stock In 1906-07. Testimony already
before the committee connects Rocke
feller with these transactions.
Jacksonville. Fla Janii4jtjj3i3Jnm
"Rockefeller Is believed to have left
Jacksonville last night enroute to
New York, Jan. 4. William Rocke-
tore the commute. Samuel I'nter-
imeyer, counsel for 'the committee, last
night agreed with this opin'on.
"It la unlikely that Mr. Rockefeller
eer will be able to appear before the
I committee," is the way Mr. Carver
; hring on death.
art, ti. i -a. .
. ...... ..... .u rn,,,,, uau .hsueu
v- n-ui riuivim ut 1 1 win ins o'nee it was
iciirnea mat .Mr. Rockefeller has been
. . . .
; mliject for 10 'years to laryngeal
v su to undertake the resDonslbilitv
of having such a prominent witness die
; Rockefeller s condition lf he submits
i statements or affidavits showing his
in&bllity to appear even when he Is
I By direction of Mr. Untermyer the
1 b s'legers of the Rockefeller homes
i withdrew last night. They understood
; rermudft; a- reportedi but ,
in bed in his town house at Fifth ave-
tLe and Forty-fourth street.
vbere Mr. Rockefeller is. but nether j
he, Mr. Carver nor Dr. Chappell would ,
sty. Dr. Chappell. however, calls UDon '
Mr. Rockefeller several times each
ij, ftnd ft.om thlg and other Jnfornla
jtion It was practically known that Mr.
Rcckefeller Is In h!s town house,
where Dr. Chappell calls.
BUGGY IS STRUCK
BY TRAIN; 5 DEAD
Decnlfon. Iowa, Jan. 4. Five per-
JOHN' EVER3, and six year old son.
months old baby.
wife end Ave -
ous er. killed ad two fatally in- 6erved meattfl ' ,aWB of the railed States, for the rea-
r l Chicago Northwestern h of & CCn tht he is not within any of the
train -truck a busty a rati, north of d morganMlo BarTtage, : elites excluded by law from admi-
iiom unuuijui u.m, i no ' eion Into this
Sfd 14: Job. J
I Refers, age !x.
22 PERISH IN
Julia Luckenbach, Hit by
Britisher, Sinks in
CAPTAIN AMONG LOST
Disaster Occurs During Gale
New York Suffers From
Newport News, Va., Jan. 4. The
steamer Julia Luckenbach was sunk in
! ChPsanpnlrA havflt7n'lmtlr vaolfirHi.
Rescue of the eight men was made
by the Danish tramp steamer Pennsyl
vania. The Indrakuala backed off af
ter the collision and the second mate
of the Luckenbach declares its master
STORIKS OF SI R IVORS.
Eight survivors of the Luckenbach
arrived today and told how 22 of their
number had gone down in the icy wa
ters without a chance of life. The In
drakaula had cut it prac ically in two
in the line of the number two hold.
The Luckenbach went down like a
i o k. Only men on deek had a ehanee
for life. The Indrnkaula was badly
damaged and in danger of sinking. It
Oew off and was beach d to save it
t self. The survivors had just taken to
tjie topmost ringing when a gale pass
j ed over the bay. For six hours they
i fought for life, while some of 'heir
; number, exhausted, dropped off one by
j one to death.
"clothes in- sir1h-:ni.
j With a wind of cyciontc velocity and
'waves beating against them, they Held
fast until thr-ir clothes were torn 1fJ
shreds and they were cn the verge of jr L'tfriano ( astro, denoaerj president
exhaustion. The Danish s c-anier : of Venezuela. A writ of habeas cor
Pe::nsylvan;a cotid not reach them in 1 11UH vas granted to bring him before a
iifebcats because cf the heavy sea. ! judicial tribunal which . may deter
Life luies were run to the strcce'ine ' T,inf" tlle cause of his detention at
men, and after two hours they were
saved. Some were unconscious. 0'ir
seaman hurried up the Luckenbach's
funnel stays as it weut down. Reach
ing the Htn of th.? stick, he was safe
for a mt nun . Th." liii;) lurched, ths
funnel broke loose, and be was lost.
1II1U-.K 11KAT1IS IN KV VOIIK.
; New York, Jan 4.-At least three
Hrn , '
labt night's 80-mile gale in New York ' Ka"e cn tne steamship Amerika,
and vi-;nlty. At 9 this morning the,'1''-" saila tomorrow for Hamburg,
wind dropped to 6o miles an hour and j Tile starting of legal proceedings to
tile mercury down to 32. Pedestrians ! test the exiled Venezuelan's right to
suffered keenly. The dead: land in the United States came as a
MRS. MARY KINE of BrcoUyr., ' surprise. At the offices of George G.
died of injuries after being blown un-! Rattle, who applied for the writ, it
dcr a street car. ;wcs said last night the application
ROBERT WALKER, painter, fatall
injured in a fall from a scaffold
I I .,ILij.l UriL.iJ Ain.. UIUII I ilJlU
i .j... w... . t,-;,--
-i.ir ua tiuui a , aiimi luiiiuitu ui
i New Jersey train.
A three-masted schooner drifted of.
r bore near Beach Haven. The revenue
I cntter Seneca has been sent on a
user hits mid.
1 . .. " . ... ,
: ?T "ul"'u u"u"u'
, tcday off Tompkinsville, Staten island,
i wiiiu auu iib tuuuuiwuuu iuuj)
, uuo was mree teei Deiow normal, l ne
' vessel struck mud. The commander
. hoped to float the ship with a rising
! tide late today.
Belated returns of damage yester
;Jpj and last night revealed a clean
6weep cf telegraph wires from Jack
sonville to Maine. The storm web the
i most severe In recent years. Thou-
sands cf men are at work repairing
! the damage.
MYLIUS IS ASKING
Washington, Jan. 4. Is libelling a
king a crime Involving moral turpi-:
the attention of Sfccrrtarv N'aael. wh'n
h8o received the appeal for admission
to the United States of Edward Sly-
ins. an English journalist, threatened
lth duDortalion at Nw York hecanr
he was convicted In England of crim -
lnal lihH nf Kin nor MvIIi:h
Charlesten, W, Var Praetieaily all
hope of organising the extraordinary
1 saa:on of the Weil Virginia legiela-
ture has been abandoned. Orsiniza-
' ticn is cot erpec ed nor- until nasi
i Wednesday, when th- rejjlir gessioa
ATriLA THtr tiOH.,
Dr." David Starr Jordan's rew book, "Ideal Eugenics," says that descendants of histor
ical celebrities live in cities, and traces the history of some of our social leaders back to
Charlemagne and William the Conqueror. The cartoonist advances some ideas of his own.
WRIT TO CASTRO
IN FIGHT TO L
Granting of Habeas Corpus Plea
Leads Him to Cancel Flan
New York, Jan. 4. Federal court
aid was invoked yesterday In behalf
It was alleged in the application t
that Castro ws being held illegally at j
hp immigration station on Ellis is-
"and. The court will be asked to sus
tain the writ and thus set him at lib
erty. The writ is returnable Jaa. 10, be-
1 Iore J""6e wno grained u.
! Aa the first result of the issuance of
! the writ Castro canceled his pas-
sic..- out of a visit to Ellis island by
Harold A. Content, connected with
IldLLtf, IflVV 111111. I lf I I II H I II V Willi
. astro, .vir. cunteDi Deuevea ira-
j proper questions" were being put to
the Venezuelan in an effort to make
; him commit himself and thus give
; specific causes for detaining him.
jt was tnen determined to apply for
, lhe writ in the interests of public
j As soon as the writ was procured
! mPSSPIiePI.s hurried to Ellis Island ami
I the document.
i The grafting of the writ did not,
j attorneys Bald, give Castro the right
to leave Ellis island. He Is expected
; tn remain ur.dor detention unless
: ether jtiessns are decided on to release
' him pending final disposition of the
The petition asking a hearing for
Cotio asserted that the attorney who
!ent to see him was granted permis
j sion for an interview only on condl-
I tion that he wou'.d not make any Bug-
j pesilon to Castro by which the latter
1 might make an effort to land In this
Castro informed the attorney that
, he had desired to visit this country for
about three months and that he atlll
desired to make such a viilt.
J ne petition declared thai because
i iuiaiui:i nupoteu 011 commuEirr
'n6 ,lh Cafelr U had ben ,mP -
l.lo fA oa. lil. Blan.t..... . A
" lu ul",u'
m P" concluding paragraph de-
c ?T T" 1,6108 Qeullnea
" "-uoul aumoruy oi law ana w y-
1 f latloa, ?f hu rlentB' Privileges and
' "nnuniuea uauer tne oonamuuoa and
j Washington, Jan, 4. Castro's
raeva, officials say, creates an unpre
j cedented situation. Writs of habeas
corpus have been graated in many
; cases after immigrants have been de-
nied admission and ordered deported.
IHq dejort&iion actica. it waa coint&d
. . .. -
"STIC OP STEVP
out, had been taken against Castro,
who voluntarily had decided to sail
on the Amerlka.
The steamship Amerika sailed today
for Hamburg without having aboard
e: President Castro of Venezuela. It
cost Castro ?400 to cancel the passage.
Castro plans to go to the highest court
if necessary in his fight to gain en-
i tiance to the United States.
WAIT FOR ORDERS
Constantinople, Jan. 4. The council
of ministers has telegraphed fresh in
structions to the head of Uie Turkish
peace delegation at London. The Otto
man plenipotentiary is ordered, it is
declared, to reject the ultimatum of
the Balkan allies.
London, Jan. 4. The Ott.oman dele
gates to the peace conference have
absolutely made up thelr minds not
to surrender the fortress of Adrian
ople or the islands of the Aegean sea,
according to a declaration to be sub
mitted. at today's session of the peace
Dr. Daneff, chief of the Bulgarian
delegation, said: "We expect the
Turks will be unable to give accepta
ble conditions today. Negotiations
then will be broken off. We have an
army which can continue the war.1'
Daneff added a ' phrase which possi
bly indicates a way out of the dead
lock may be found. He said: "If the
Turks wish to appeal td'the European
powers, we cannot prevent them doing
The probable outcome of the expect
ed interruption of negotiations will be
mediation by the European powers.
The peace conference, which was
to have met this afternoon, was post
poned until Monday at the request of
tbe Turks, who are waiting for final
Instructions from Constantinople.
There is no evidence today of a weak
ening of the deadlock over the for
tress of Adrianople.
Students In Fire Panic.
Galesburg, 111., Jan. 4. Three hun
dred students and 15 teachers of St.
Joseph's academy, a Catholic 6chool
for girls, fled in a panic yesterday
when Are started in the lnsutuUoa.
ine D.uze originaiea irom an udkuowh i
source In a corner of the roof, and !
before the flames could be checked, !
tbe entire roof bad been destroyed
i James O'Brien, a fireman, fell from a
ladder three stories to the ground,
and was Eeriously Injured. This mad
j nine fires that have occurred la thi
i city in three days.
j Ir.eome Tax Brings $3,S01,C31.
1 Madison, Wis., Jan. 4. Dur.n? Jan-
, uBrjr o,o8z persons in Wisconsin w
! be "lied cn to py an Income tau, ac
cording to statistics issued by the
state commission. About 2 percent
of the population of the s.sLe is af
fected by the law. The Income of in
dividuals and corporations taxable
under the law Is $100,845,862.82. The. !
amount of tax to be eel ec.ed wlli ba
13,501,061.45. Of this SJ,SrJ,4a4.44
will be contributed by corporations.
Rochester, N. Y. Lewis Swift, aa
trencmer, is dyius ai bis home ia
Marathon, N. Y., according to dis
patches received here. He ia S3 yeirs
of age. Mr. Swift made many obser
vations and discoveries while director
cf the Lowe Observatory,
HAS TH- Bicoc
BODY OF REID IS
BORNE TO GRAVE
Nc table Assemblage Attends
Funeral Services for the
- . --tate-Ambassador.
New York, Jan. 4. The body of
Wbitelaw Reid was carried today to
its lasting resting place in Sleepy
Hollow cemetery at Tarrytown. Pres
ident Taft, cabinet officers, represen
tatives of the army and navy and the
British embassy, the bereaved family
hiid hundreds of associates of the late
ambassador attended the funeral this
morning at the Cathedral of St. John
During the night the steel casket
rested in the cathedral crypt guarded
I by a company of marines. Great Br-it
ain was represented by Ambassador
Bryce and officers of the cruiser Natal
Others present were Sir Ernest
Shackleton, polar explorer, represent
ins the Pilgrims of Great Britain, and
ex-President Roosevelt from the Amer
ican Pilgrims. The honorary pallbear-
e.-s included Secretary Knox, Ambassa
dor Bryce, Senators Root and Lodge,
Judge George Gray, Rear Admiral
Ccwles, Joseph H. Choate, Chauncey
Depew, J. P. Morgan, Robert Bacon,
Robert T. Lincoln and Henry White.
After the service, which began at
11 o'clock, the casket was escorted to
the station by infantry, marines and
sailors. A special train was waiting
to carry the family and friends to
TAFT AND TEDDY
New York, Jan. 4. President Taft
and Theodore Roosevelt came under
the same roof today for the first time
tince they announced both would seek
the presidential nomination at Chica-
trrt AltVinno'Vi nnlv ". ( I f Ltr.t a r., rt thutr
Taft To Adopt Hotel Life.
Washington, Jan. 4. President
Taft discussed today with former Gov
i crnor Woodruff, Colonel Isaac lilman
i and other residents of Connecticut
; bis plana for taking up his work as
,. ! Kent professor ofxlaw at Yale after
March 4. He expects to live several
I months in a New Haven hotel.
'FLOWERS POUR IN
ON MEN IN JAIL
Boise. Idaho, Jan. 4. Thousands of
let m a:.d telegrams from prominent
itcrsens in all parts of ihe country were
icoifivej today by Groxon. Sh-rilan
fcLd Crui&n, who are serv!:;:; l'i t'uys'
stuieaces for contempt, of touri ia
publishing a rncstago from io:.-1
Itcosevblt. Their i-il tro bauk-.d
with flowers. The inearc-rtl'.oa or Ib-t
men is a contiguous i 'jccjiii.jt!. Men
from all walks of live crowded the jail.
Hundreds cf pennies are pouring lu Ui
p cy Lhe Jo 30 fined iiDoted on tath.
jMcst Daring of Chicago
Robberies is Commit
ted in Daylight.
$1,200 JEWELRY HAUL
Escape Is Made in Speeding Car
After a Revolver Battle
With the Police.
Chicago, Jan. 4. Fifty detectives
searched today for four automobile
bandits who invaded the downtown dis
trict last night after robbing a North
Eide jewelry store of $1,200 worth of
diamonds, fought two revolver battles
with police and caused terror to pe
destrians by firing on crowds of shop
pers on one of the principal streets.
Patrolman Stricken, who attempted to
arrest the robbers because they had
no tallllght on their automobile, and
was shot and beaten, was reported In
a serious condition today. Thomas
Brady, S3, and Frank O'Brien, 37, were
ai rested, in East Chicago on suspi
A roundup of suspicious characters
resulted In the arrest of 30 men.
WOMAN AIDS ESCAPE.
The four automobile bandits smash
ed in a jeweler's window and escaped
with a tray of diamonds, after a run
ning revolver fight with police, punc
tuated by spectacular features. Thefr
escape was aided by a fashionably
dressed woman, who fainted In the
arms of a uniformed policeman as he
was drawing his revolver. As soon as
the thieves were out of sight the wo
man recovered herself and disap
peared. A few minutes later the bandits'
car was boarded by a policeman, who
ordered th tn drive to a police sta
tion for speeding. They wheeled Into
a Quiet street with the policeman and
there shot, stabbed and slugged him
and threw him off the car. '
The men abandoned their machine
and disappeared In a crowded section
of the west side. The raid and run.
r.ing fight was one of the most thrill
ing of the automobile bandit outrages
In the recent prevalence of this type
of crime in this city.
II All STOI.KN CAR.
The thieves stole the far In front
o! a downtown business building late
In the afternoon. A short time later
passers in front of a Clark street
jewelry store were startled by the fall
of glass. Two men were beating In
tbe window with brick. They seized
a tray of rings and leaped to the run
ning board of an automobile that was
nicving slowly by the curb.
Policeman Charles Hansen ran up
res.ch.ing for his revolver, but at that
mcment a woman with a large fe&tTTer
el hat gave a shriek and threw her
self Into his arms. Hanson could not
draw his weapon, but two pojicemen
Ia plain clothes w'o were passing,
opened fire on the robbers. The ban
dits returned the fire a they clam
bered into the car and one of the
thieves was seen to fall into a seat tTTd
is thought to have been wounded.
A REVOLVER II 4TTI.E.
Twenty shots were exchaivged ia
the machine gathered speed. The
chauffeur opened his exhaust so that
it poured out a cloud ol smoke, which
aided in the escape. The tiiain
clothes men ran after the car -gnd at
the next corner commanded a pass
ing high powered automobile to stop
and ordered its chauffeur to pursue
the thieves, who, however, bad r.o
good a start that they escaped. The
bandits' car was stopped by Police-
n;an Charles Sticken in a traffic jam
a few blocks from the scene tif the
Sticken arrested the chauffeur fo.-
"Jump in old man and we'P take
you to 'he sration," said one of tbe
men to Stfcken.
I POLK i:: BEtl lA IT.
: The policeman stood on the run
' ivAii board ard told the chauffeur
which way to go. The chauffeur took
a wrong turn into LaSalle avenu?.
; Sticken turned to prccest and received
la btab with a knife over the left eye?.
I a blow in the bark of the head and
I a tbct in the leg, and v.m hurled from
(the car. The thi;vea f:r:7 several
j mere fchots at Kticken as he lay In th
i street. He raised hinw-lf on his ti
! bow and fired several timeo at thi
f.'eir.c car. The. tl:ieve3 fired eevcral
n ore shots and clro turned tbf:ir fa
' Tchcrs on cltizf ns they pasi.ei in their
fMr'n. None of these was rruck by
Emperor's Health Goc4
Vi.;:.na. Jan. 4. The alarir.ini; rc
ports In circulate r. abroad conccrn-i-4:
th! hea'.th of Emperor Franz
. Jfs-ph, urn untruo. His majesty
piomenaded for halt an hour at noon
tr day on the gallery of Schoenbru.1
' nen ci3tli, rec:'vlus some court dlg
) nltaries lu audience and worked at
Ibid denk at the usual Um.