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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.
Lci Wire Report
Member of Audit
Bureau of Circulation
ivrv inmi vkaii. no.V.-: "
TWENTY THOUS AW
PRICE TWO CENTS.
MONDAY. .H'Xi: 1. 1913. SIXTKEX PAGES.
0 SLAi i iAClCiSES DASH IS PETROGRAD'S CLAIM
ARMIES GRIP CHICAGO IS PARALYZED BY
anew in east
A -' C rr...ir.i Develop Of
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th-: Sam T:nie
NEW BATTLE IN POLAND
STREET RAILWAYS STRIK
LOOP BECOMES A OEDRQOM
Chicago. UL. June 14. What is aiJ to be the great
est street car strike the United States hai known began
, herr at 4 o'clock this morning. Tour-tern thousand men
; were thrown out of employment. l.IilO miles of tingle
eleatetl and surface track rendered idle, and a burden
th rowri on str-am roads, automobiles, vans and other ve
hicles which they verc able to rr.cet cr.ly in small part.
ror four hours not a car moved. Then a south side
TWO MORE OF
LOST IN ZONE
i Gerram Submarine Sinks
; TJritish Steamer Hope-
mount, of 3,300 Tons.
RIOT AGAINST GERMANS IN
MOSCOW RESULTS IN WRECK
AND RUIN; MOR USES TORCH
London, June 1 i. In northern Galicia between
Przemysl and Lemberg there has been a renewal of fu
rious fighting, and according to an official announcement
from Berlin today the Teutonic allies have gained an im
portant victory. An attack along a 45-mile front is said
to have resulted in capture of the Russian positions be
tween Cyerniawa, northwest of Mosciska, and Sieniawa,
north of the San. The announcement says 16.000 pris-
elevated train, with but few passengers, made a round JLIVcb OF CREW SAVED J oners were taken yesterday.
trip as a test. As a result it was announced that an at-; 1 A press dispatch from Petrograd gives another ver-
tempt would l- mde to run trains with strike-breakers ! sion of what apparently was the same battle. It is said
TI:at G'n. and ,:u.jrd, every fifteen minutes. The surface lines made J Another Vessel Lost When 20,000 men of the Austro-German attacking forces were
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Pclictmcn and private guards were stationed over all
roxjany property, but no disorder was reported early.
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IVtroRra.l. Ju::e H. via London.) omporor. trin.cing the national an
M.vi'hw fnr two s past has peon them, they moved in the direction of
j the central square of Moscow. The
J crowd was s veiled ly the unemployed
and many Imodiums. German shops
j were first at tal ked, but later the pil
' lape was extendi d to every establish
! me!if. r store that bore other than a
.' K'.i:-:-i.in name. Many places actually
i owned by Kussians were wrecked.
Thursday niirht there were firea in
htr'-et riotjiij; and anti-Ct rn.ati (ienson
t trat;..n of a serto is nature. T!;e po
lice have fuund it inip.is-'ib'.e to contrid
!!. crowds, and the people indulged
thi;r d-ircs i.ir l.iotir.K and destruc
!:?! lit.t.l 'hey w-re tired out.
Tin- d t:.onst rat .. iT.s started because
t.f an v.t!.riak of ii.css ;::n!'.K some
n: n t: pi ed in a certain factory.
Th .s b-1 to the belief that some of the various parts of Moscow. The mob
loner classes that tlernian syni pat h'.i- j became drunk on the spirits it looted
had po:of.ed the clrlnkinc water' from liquor stores and the police
of this futory. In the becinninK there vainly endeavored to maintain t least
w as a demonstration but the crowd ( a semblance of order,
rapidly developed into a mob that j Finally the exhausted rioters quit of
could not le controlled. their own volition. Friday morning
I'ntil Friday ti:ori.ir.R th.- crowd ; an attempt was made to continue tne
looted and d-stroved. Certain Has
s:an worKmen cem.in :ei i.i ni:i ii.m.j.c .... ,,,,, j,,:. ,, n,n. In
of the mob to in- ' . ... .
;ttie soutnern repunnc iiuei interest
! centers in the outcome of the prospec-
TRY TO SEIZE
Prospective Peace Said to
Hinge on Outcome of
Impending Battle, y
VILLA HOLDS CAPITAL
Offer of Armistice Has Been
Made by Members of the
Convention Party. y
w York, Jane II. Francis
co Flias, Carranza consul general,
in this city, announced late today
that he hud received a cablejrram
from General VInro (threcon, the
( arranza commander, whose
tleutU as reported jeterday, de
njiiiir the truth of the report. The
niessaire was sent today, Mr. Klias
said, from I. aires. .' miles north
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Washington. D. C. June 14. Atten
tion of the Washington officials was
focused again today on the military
I ,. . i . v4 hac,r. ro 'situation id .nexico, wnere mere was a
disorder, but the ponce had neen re-
of the Herman rtnp'.oves at the factory , f:ri-l over the hea-
In question. This was refused, where-I timidate. qu-i!inR the rioters. Sev
upon tn.-n began to father, carrying I era! casualties have been reported.
that ti. v
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Tie Af:d. a lm.lt in !T)r.
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ai v. in. 1 l y thr T. S:i.iica and Son
Steamship ro"!.fr.)r, limtte I. cf Wbi:.-
4 by. . Tne Arndaleprenuniatty s car-
CARROLL BILL IS
GALLED UP AGAIN
the battle between Carranza troops
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RAILROADS LOSE IN
Sportsmen Henew Fffurt to
1'assace of Measure This WeeV.
Obtain j -Supporters
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Pprlr.pf.el1. 111.. June 14 Sports
men were prepared today to make
final and strenuous efforts to obtain
the nassace of the Carroll boxing bill
HIGH COURT RULING! before the windup of the legislature
. Mexico City, now in the hands of
i Advices received here from Carranza
sources at Vera Cruz said that General
! Pablo Gonzales, a Carranza command
ier, who is now moving toward Mexico
City, has been approached by mem
bers of the convention party from the
ot the emeius l any, , Mf.si(.0 rapi!al with an offer of an
Favorlne Aiding Allies, Arc ;armisti-e. Hia aaswc.ls said to have
Fleeted at Polis. been that the forces in Mexico City had
better join the Carranza forces or
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Paris, June 14. A dispatch
II - The
a:, is of ".i
I'Mal a til t!.at
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T4l;'S? iM a f i-;;f. l.'Hir.m r. ! A Jr-tcr i.i tr.i. k of tlie C.. am,
i-twr ". ?a-! t. -rwloffr-1 t.i a a.ikc- - St. Fa-;! r-.mi n-irth lr..i,i
-. till tv tr- - n.uc jr.,-;rr In thr .'on I mn iSt't-Ht w;t:.:n a mi!-
1 ih traportt:'o proMcta. er In !- of th,- la'f. paral.U.t:
"A a -
evi-ry ra::road wtthm lao state to fur-'
l t i !: xreirht and passeiiKer cars
n,;'. , il m ril '.' w.::iin a ri asonable time i
f.r l.a t., t'o'tcc, i uph-Td i.4
r- ;..riid! ''.'? the supretue court
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this Thursday or Friday. The
: bill already has been passed
r ta b i.ir.- & t;;"- n
lUUf'.t vi tr.r rrr that all ro iM t
l.r.w- U t 'I n S
w- re wa.tutK tor :!.'
it i.i-mcJ Imsi's.iMe
. car.-l for with the
blood. According to the same lnfor-
A'.hens to the Havas News aeency eays i mat;on Gonales pave the delegates 48
that the candidates of the party of M. hours to return and present his propo
Venizelos. the former premier, who sition to the convention,
gave up office on account of his policy A waft Arrival of Tarothers.
in favor of war on the tide of the al- HI Paso, Texas. June 14. Mexican
lies, were elected in Athens and that!31"1 American officials here and in
, . Juarez waited expectantly the arrival
elsewnere tnroupn uie KmBuom ms ffP (. rarorhera. Knerial renre-
A .similar measure was Killed sev-, partisans were successful. sensitive of the Cnited States in Villa
cral weeks aco bv the house. How-j Constantine has not yet learn- . tcrj.i(orv HRll Mi!;ut.i Djaz Lombardo.
constitutional ver. the Carroll bill contains a clause, ' ' : ,..,,",,.,, ,,, i '"mpn minister m Mlla s cabinet. It
... ... i k,. ihc .was expected they would bring au-
i which was not m the bill Killed p the. ; ... 1 ' .
r. .... (!,.ri,i ,,,. inn?1 . ----- incniic connrmaiion relative 10 me
nine .. x !! cn.isi t.io inn? ... .i.,i..inati: v ' a ..i... ... rt m t. i rv - i 1 he imiwis-' ... -
debt' piowums j. -v incur.- - . ... i military situation along the VUla-UDre-
... . i : . j i. :sir e iiniii nariiHiaeiii. u:' eis. miim iuit
liaVC ICftailzeu l..llis uuiii iuc ; - -
referendum elec- session may oe posiyuneu ii;-
that with the ! ernment ior j aays. i ne piet-ni
Kin t- ,hw ! catunec consenueniiy may maani
t:.i;d'.i.- VSrcuita-West Virginia
i.iM-. hildtnc Wi n VirrlnSa should. can
niv J12.31'3.S as its net share of act is adopted at a
the Virginia debt ot the time of the tion
i. irtd:m of The statin.
Th- court bar.dw! d..wn no decis'nn clause, the measure will now
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in t!;.. Inti riiatiotial liarVfUter trust .wuii ii ia.u. in iuv
'addition to the original
meet ! power until the end of August.
carroii ENGINE FAILS ; OVER
iae tnt'.iv. ! As nassed by the senate the
TI.- court declined to review the! bill legalizes the holding of 10 round. DAM". BOYS DROWNED
tar. f-.r cotlex trir ato rr jr-! frJ!narlly to tra;ii! a day nr-- ru'i
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fo th tr .irk f l-e-!.- t u-- inW ! r. 1!;" fimt traiti rm r it
Iri.rrir r-f t- 1'r.itr.I S'j.t' t.i;! i nti-.i ! cf an rnj; ne and tt-r.-t- itat
pl.fi!'-! 't p-t r""-" if. lib. Kwir-irr It lipt d a: WiNin ai. m;" and
a.i-'!n it llf ;rt rar di-hvrrr rim.'l ir rl bundri-.J pa tik'.-f" as
j';.-r3 t;t hate in rf ufi l.faarn. Jtfafas !;; :-rt ftr. '.. a-Mji half of lbr
t afii'in'e'!. n 1 in nanv of the " ilmnfirr d.iuii h. re tl:e p.i--
mh-rba !.ir;-r there .:! le but ! r-rs 1 M .t. Far- were imt
or e delfterr a Ie ufsti! another 1 i l.vr; -!. the im'c ' it-it i!--s!.-:i.-l tr t it k ri
tr-i I prf '-;-! TV ifeei cr ar-ifir !.-. i-ir-.- ! nl..di i: ws p-.tt.
gon front between I.eon and Lagos.
Mu)torena is Obedient.
Douglas, Ariz., June 14. Governor
Jose Maytorena. Villa commander of
Sonora, today gave out his reply to the
warning of Colonel C. M. O'Connor,
commanding the United States border
patrol, issued several days ago to the
Villa commanders, not to attack Agua
Prieta because of the danger to Ameri-
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TV0 KILLED, FIVE NEW WITNESS IN
i WOUNDED IN RIOT! LUSITANIA CASE
i-i.r.i -lion of F. Drew Carr.tnettl of Sac- I no decision boxin bouts under the
rat-i-niii. l a! , m charges of vio- supervision of a state athletic com- Mount Pleasant. Iowa, Junp 14.
I-.-th- : sl.e law. -mission, to be composed of three mem- ; jlt.rt Kaulkner anil Joe Schaffner. two ! can lives and property on this side of
1 he mart i::s)s, d of the ro-callcd bers to be appointed by the governor, j yOUnK n-lPn of this city, were drowned J the border.
K.'nt'i.ii U i bo-F.envon luiuor cas.-s : jt provides that live per cent of the net j in ,te kunk river near here Sunday Maytorena states that he has urged
l'!i. it d.-tern.'ntng the ronstlf u'ion- receipts of such bouts be paid to the j atlPrn0on. w hen the engine in their ! General Urbalejo, Acosta and Trujillo
a'.lty wf the Wi l li Kenycn law. or pass- Rtte and that the salary of members j n,otor ,,oat faiiod and they floated over ! to use scrupulous care not to violate
ire in i' niii.vtn:. l:.n. of the commission shall be $5.0uO a i a ,am .Tom McMillan, also of this city, j the Xaco agreement and expose this
: : Ki n-. on ca was a pro.-cution year. ' a third occupant of the boat, managed city to the slightest danger from firing.
of the Adams i:prcs.s company for! An amendment, making the salaries'.,, reach shore. Faulkner's body was! He adds that but for Hie fact that the
(United States is urging him to refrain
from attacking border towns, he would
oust the Carranza forces from Agua
Prieta in short order.
making the salaries ' t reach shore. Faulkner's body
injuor for personal use iroin of members $;..iii instead ot J.i.otio ; recovered by searchers
. Tciir.e ii:'" Whitley county. Ky.. ar,j niaKing the slate's share of re-
'jry territory." Un b-r that decision ,-pipts T5 instead of five per cent, had
. the con I' Hon of the express company ; Kp.n agreed to in the senate. but
was n. i aiilde. ihrounh n ereor was left out of the i
J 1 he court declined ! review I lie re- , nj. if passed by the house, this!
i ral hv l lie ninth United Stat.s nr-' u,.n,in,..,,i ;it hi rl.l..,l nnrl the hill New York
'cult court of appeal of the convlctlnn ent ,ao:; iu xie senate for concur- i steam vacht Vanadis reached Glen
of orr.cials of the National Cash Itegls- rcnce iCoie, Long islanc. early touay, wun
in nVln.-v this! the body of John J. Brown of Boston,
TWO DIE WHEN YACHT
AND STEAMER CLASH
June 14. C. K. G. Fill-
one of the two victims of a collision in
I rr1 I- Tatr yXf I tm lifhrrr ai
Ill in llar-lrahurc Talra ia 4 t'dj
an t I inriaeall to l.o itefurr
rn lock (.raod Jnrj.
HAR DAYAL ARRESTED
AS UNDESIRABLE HERE
San Francisco. Cal., June 14. Har
Dayal. whose name was mentioned in
testimony adduced during recent court
W tasiNDfo. J r. 3 n : A -hit
till a-rce. Ftet-i-ier at I I !'
iea::s. a ter. cVfe.t trt f-r;ttt&I
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h. r-i.- ip.- 7. ,.f- ie-. ia-t rohVy Sf ael c-.t to the fCc of th hu
h if fi'f t. t"! tst f i:.t . A a rvt !tr -t'.r
Ne York. J-jr.e H - Heir. Urdi-n-i
i rit. th" : t ;t.-ie tour.- by tte!
4t jtrrf rurfit in l Lr.vrstlatton of ihe
l.-4t!-r.t- a"". Jiit. arritr-1 ber to-
ler con-pany. of alleged violations of; -phe house met at
the Sherman anti-trust law. mnrnins and the senate w-il! reconvene
Th- scope of th- federal employers' , s oVlock tonirht. I-ea.lers in both'I-f'"S 11 sound last night between
!!M'iiy law was hel l by the court to nouses today expected that the b cisla- Ilie yacht and the big passenger steam- , proceedings at Lahore. India, against
. rd even to brakemen at work dis- ;ture would be able to adjourn either or bunker Hill of the Metropolitan j 81 persons charged with conspiracy to
correcting Interstate commerce cars ! xhur'ay or Fr'day of this w eek, with ; ':ne- 'rne ,0,!y (,f t!ie other victim, j ovi throw by force British rule in In
. atlow an intraslate train to gn for- i Jt;ne ",,'ie adjournment ten or twelve i George H. Kcndrick, also of Boston, j dia, attracted nation-wide attention
r l. ' A. ,er was broucht back to New York by the ; when he was arrested in San Francisco
The vaM Illy of the IVs Moines
i nt c. ordinance was upheld.
The court recessed until Jun- 31.
ahen It will adjourn until r.et Octo-
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SLAIN BY AN AUTO
Ar :. Mr- Uc; j
I '.aca. '! o U . V. 1?3 and1
Jifj. t!ia l .xt:t'j I:Jj a rltarice
t,t o7ifr::t J U di fraud le L'slt.d
Stale hy tioe i.j'.i.l.tj th
aura (UUU'titi t:.t lae L.u;:atita
4 jr. oa U.ard -hen ae at.i- 1 oo
!larex.br tu taken l-.to cut-!y
ty tt sottrtnient b turJay at t in
cirr.:t. A iSoien r more m :ineiM-
I are- re ! tu aip-ar before t (rand
More Otens Opened.
O.nnelNvtlle. Ia.. Juna 14 The II.
C. Frlrk Coke company ha Issued or
der f'-r th firing of 1.000 additional
ck nrni !n thla district.- The com
panv already l a 12.s!4 over.s in op
eration out of a total of 19.2Zi.
The house was in session this morn- i'unn.er Hill wnen sue returned earner ! in 1K14 by government officials as an
Ing t.nlv lone enough to advance two In the night with a hole in her side j undesirable alien.
.nnmnrlntton bills from second to fct high and nearly twenty feet Dayal then charged that his arrest
third reading. Because a quorum was , '""S-
not present a recess was taken at
noon until 5 o"clock this evening. i Frank Hearing ear End.
Atlanta, ua.. June 14. i ne ntarmg :
on Leo M. Frank's plea for coram uta-
I le-. Oa a Train.
V.iMiuri alley. oa. Jr. It I).
vtioui a. . e- i..- n rj i-i , (- xton. arej w'. Ii -a r. a r ox a urr
.1. M f-i. eferr f tb III:-1 B:ou'irturr( luo.-rm at Stiperli.r.
a Va.t"f I"' tirUri' ai-i sia. d J i i !:e.l of heart dlvee oa a Cblca-
t'fr L-.Ir.e- wmw.i .
-' n a: Nirthefern train here last
4,000 MORE CARS
FOR ROCK ISLAND
m l.-.e tr&r of Henry I'l4a. J diet
Chitaco. 111-. Jane 1. New equip
ment on an extensive acale for the
("Mi aco. Hock Inland & Taclflc rail
road ha been decided on by th re
ceiver. Judge Carpenter in the fed
eral court will be asked to approve
Forecast Till 7 I. M. Tomorrow, for
llork Island. Iiaienport, Jluline j
Unsettled and slightly warmer to
night with probably showers; Tuesday
probably cloudy and warmer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 55. Highest
i yesterday 67. Lowest last night S3.
' Velocity of wind at 7 a. m.. 7 tulles
. per hour.
J Stage of water
last 4S hours.
J. M. SHERIEIL Local Forecaster
was suggested by officials of the Brit
ish government who, he said, were de
sirous that he should be deported to
British soil, that he might be tried for
spreading revolutionary propaganda
tion of his death sentence to life impris- among Hindus In the United States.
lonment was resumed before Governor He was a high caste Brahmin and
Siaytcn today and was expected to be was aaia to nave a large ioiiowing
7.S, a rise of .3 in
BiriL ua II . a mt- I tr ' - "
I . - I . r (. AAA - A
of li laureatej-al I linlri f rota t-e J'afama-I'actac ex- wnicn win i whim iwvw,wv ww
Another Brjan Sl(emenL
Washington. I). C. June 14. For
mer Secretary Bryan announced
through friends here today that he will
Issue another fciatement proposing a
Oia& of, ending LLe wax.
completed by night. Solicitor Dorsey
for the state opposed the plea.
PLACE WOMEN IN
among his countrymen in America.
OF NEW REVOLUTION
London. June 4. (Correspondence of
the Associated Press.) There is a war
shortage of 170,000 male agricultural
laborers on the farms of England.
Scotland and Wales, according to a
report from the board of agriculture.
During the next two months the board
hopes to fill virtually all these vacan-
Iciea with, women.
Cape Haitien, Haiti, June 14. Gov
ernment troops have occupied tha
villages of Milot and Suzanne; th
' troops stationed at Grande River
have been driven back to Lacombe;
the fighting is continuing in the vi
cinity of Cape Haitien, and news has
been received here that the gunboat
Nord Alexis has bombarded the rebels
at Fort Picolet.
The revolution is being led by Dr.
Bobo for the purpose of ousitng Pres
ident Guillanme. No deS-ita results
are yet la eigbt.