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J ABILENE WELKLY RKFLLCTOB, ABILENE KANSAS FEtiKUAKY 8, 1010.
511 1 PROBE FOR TARIFF FACTS . The President Plans Sweeping Invei- tigation of Subject ON SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES WW Not Interfere with Criminal In- vettlottlon Now Doing on on Ptokor Offers to . " Surrndr. Ohleago, Feb. 1. Absolut dilu tion of th National Packing oompeny, th cernoratton whoao existence U 4 elsred to make too boot trait possible, It to bo demanded by the department ef justice in a ault to bo lastltuted la tko United Btates eourU In Chicago ' within a tow days. Piano which hare been asretd upon In secret confer enoes bold In the offices of District , Attorney Blmi hare about been com pleted and, it waa declared the suit will bo begun Juit ai toon as the pa- pen can bo prepared. It It the pur poio of the government to carry on this dissolution suit while the invetu gatton of the criminal aid of the trust still is in progress. While this may pror more or less embarrassing to the big corporations under Are It li not expected to dlicommode tie gov. eminent, which Is prepared for. the two legal moves. Should this civil ault prove succe ful government officials believe that Chleago and the country will hav seen th last of the beef trust. It li only through such a central organise tlon, they declare, that a trust could exist and It is only with the ma chlnery of the National Packing com pany that the big packing concerns could maintain the present high prices and the seeming price agreements. In this connection It Is declared that at least one big packer has conferred with representatives of the depart ment of justice and made the flat proposition that the packers were will ing to voluntarily dissolve tho corpor ation If the government would ceass its Investigation upon wbich It ma; return indictment! charging violations of th Sherman anti-trust act During the day It became known that Judge George A. Carpenter, who was sworn In as a Judge of the United States diatrlct court In the morning will hear the casea of the Indicted packers in tho event that Indictments ar returned by the present Inquisi torial body. Judge Landls, who caused the present Investigation, admitted that this was true. ' Judge Landls has decided that la view of tho fact that he started th -Investigation It hardly would bo prop for him to hear th trials growing out of th investigation. Practically aU of th government's witnesses an declared to have been heard and tka investigation practically has been oon eluded,. Whether Indictments will b returned will be decided within tka next tew days. PROTECTING STOCK REMEDIES Hog Cholera Serum to be Effeetlvs , Mutt a Genuine Would Have Government Control. Washington, Feb. 8. Mason 9 Pfttara of Kansas City spent th day at department of agriculture. He li very hopeful that hit plan for band ling hog cholera terum will be adopt ed by th department. Mr. Petera ex plained to Dr. Melvln of tho bureau of animal Industry the Importance ol protecting th farmers who with to ut the cholera serum. "The serum," Peters . said, "hat proved a great success where the true terum It used. Th great danger now IS that there will h salea of stuff that Is not true serum." Dr. Melvtn said that he Is of the opinion that the most satisfactory thing would be to have ai bill passed giving th department authority ovt all serums and other stock remedies, either manufactured here or Imported from abroad. His Place for an Old Soldier. Topeka, Feb. I. Fred S. Jackson, attorney genera). Bled In the aupreme court an application for a writ ot outer agalnat D. 8. McNeill, county alienor of Greenwood county, under the ok) soldlera' preference law. Mc Neill was appointed alienor by tht board of county commisilonera. J. F. Hoffmsa and W. H. Phillips, both old soldiers, applied tor th petition but th commissioners declined to appoint them and named McNeill, who la net aa old Soulier. Chaffy, 111, Feb. l-Wor was re sumed in th St. Paul mln following th removal of th hermetic seal that bad kept the subterranean passages closed tor two months. Efforts will b made to clear th mln ot noxious vapors, to wall In any smoldering lr and to recover th 1st bodies of min ers who have lain entombed la the labyrinths since th fir broke oil November 11. A Big Baltimore Bias. Baltimore, Feb. 1 Fir alerting In pttfdrJng straw of a pottery factory adjoining th lumber yard ot the BaMMihaoer-MeLe .Lamlxr eoapaar, oa CstrJ even us, Beutlteast - BeJtV srare, ss ever a larv area ia a t,ae tie ea i'd total ls tl t i at tr.:.4. FHiCE CFf.'EATC ECESl? THE CHICAGO PACKERS PLAN TO DEFY THE BOYCOTT. Light Receipts of Llv Stock Olvn aa Reason for sme inorrae nw taller Have Different Theory. Chicago, Feb. 1. That th Packsra Intend to Ignore th present anti-meat agitation waa th statement of angry coasumera wnen a general on cant a pound on aU classes mm! mm annnnnced. It also became known that though th packer reduced prices on eut . .,ui th lohbara. the redaction aever got aa far along th lin as th consumer. It 1 atawa in passing k. ik. ndnfftlaa waa th re- ciivm .mi - salt of constant hammering on th markat as the result ot ue asm ...lira, avttailan Fackera declare th reduction was In respons to this hammering ana in defiance ot the law of supply and de mand. rh dadare It la Imnosslbl keep th price -down, so they restore one cent taken off. . Th.r aaaart tbat the receipts Of .ii ) of live stock -last month were th smallest ot any January in JO years. They .numbered 1,100,000 head against 1,4111,000 last year and 1.763, AAA (wi mart mro. A th result of this condition, say th packersftb price of cattle on the hoof ar from 10 to 25 cants higher than they wer a week ago; hogs ar 10 cents higher and sheep 20 to JO "A progressive Inert! In the price of alt meats mar b expeciea irom ttii. time " declared one packing off! rial. "We would Ilk to see lower prices but we simply cannot lpnger imm nt annnlr anil demand." - - ---. Nevertheless, retail butchers here Intlst that the law of supply ana ae mtnd.has little to do with th present situation. It Is merely a question, they say, of the packers "fighting wltb Are." the agitation against high prlcei and limiting the output. NO SALOONS FOR WEBB CITY Local Election Carried by the "Dryt" by the Smell Majority of 87 Miners Helped. Webb City, Mo., Feb. 2 The "drys" won by the small majority ot 07 votes In the election for local option. Early, In the day It looked as if tb "-wets" would win, by a sweeping majority, but when the miners voted the "drys" gained steadily. After 8 o'clock there were only 108 votes cast for the "wAtt." 'All dav long the "wets" used motor cars and carriages carrying the minora to the pout to vote, rew nmhihttlAn workers were out In car riage! but women were on the street! urging the men to vote for the "drys,' A New Jefferaon City Paper. Jefferson City, Feb. J. The Capital News, a new morning dally newspa per has mad Its appearance. C. B Corwln IS the publisher, editor and business manager. Since the tale 01 the Tribune to the Cole County Demo crat three week ago Jefferaon City had been without a morning dally The new venture Is . Independent In politics. No Citizenship for Japs. Richmond, Va Feb. 8. Under at opinion handed down In the United Btates circuit court of appeals here in the case of Namyo Beasbo verui the United Btates, a Japanese, in law, u neither a white man nor a person ol African descent and therefore Is not entitled to naturalisation in this coun A Trust in Breakfast Foods. Minneapolis. Feb, !. TheM is form ing in Minneapolis a holding company to take over th largest oereal factor les In the United Btatei, to form s trust in breakfast foods. It is under stood that while som details remain to be adjusted, the deal la practically closed. Drank Weed Alcohol and Died. Cblllicotbe, Mo, Jan. 31. Dr. J. C. Jones accidentally killed himself by drinking wood alcohol at his borne In Osgood. Dr. Jones was III and aroae from his bed ahortly after midnight to take some medicine to roller his pala. I the darkness of his room he mistook a bottle ot wood alcohol for his medicine. Dr. Jones died at 6 o'clock. His widow and flv children survlv him. Night Rider Oantag Buildings. Lexington, Ky, Jan. 31. Aa at tempt was mad by alleged night rld eri to wreck th fifth Boor of th Mo Clellaad building, the borne of the Burley Tobacco society. Four offices wer somewhat damaged. Th night watchman waa told by th men that they wer night riders and that they would return and blow up th build ing. Pol let ar oa guard. Koreans Revolt Against Japaiws. Pekin, Feb. 1. A Korean revolt against the Japanea Is raging at South Phonvan. Korea, and a score of Japanese settlers bsv been butcher ed. Troops hsve bee sent tram Seoul wltl machine guns.. There Is some disorder la Seoul and It Is feared that a general uprising is Imminent The Comet le doing Away. Cambridge, Mats, Feb. L Comet A 1011 Is speeding away from th earth at th rate eg l,K '! day. r 41 mile a coil awdg t a t-: enM received at the H. " ' d cc.., te territory from u Urk (titer ve- ANNUAL OTATEf.iENT. .- ! OF TUB '. - - ; '-. ECansas Formors' Llutusl DFUKD JICHHSON COUNTY, KANSAS For tba Tetr Ending; Dso. 81, 1809 Of th condition and affairs ot th Kansas Farmers Mutual Insurance Association organised undr th laws ot th Stat of Kansas, made to the Insurant Department ot th tl ot Stat. . - '- i i i Principal offlc, Chapman, Kansas. Organised May It. 196. 1 MEMBERS i u..k nf mambara ot the comnany . ..... " i Number aooea curing pan year I- Total 4 Number that withdrew or whote put year j -- Number belonging to the company December 11, IMS .......4941 ir auniTNT AT RISK 1 Amount at rltk or property insured . . a a. . . 1 Amount ot rltk added or Insured 4 Amount of risks canceled, withdrawn , year Amount at risk by. company December II, 10 TJI INCOME M.h nr.miiimgi mmIvaiI 4 AWUUUt wt wwu m" . . ..j . I Amount collected on assessments that wer levied during pmMt year f,07e.ss 4 Amount collected on aitettmentt levied during previous t Amount reoelved for membership or policy feet II. T Amount received as an Income irom Rent 11.00, Interest on loans S4S4.TI, io raiunueu ., amount collected on reinsured property 42.6 I Total Income during past year. Total IV EXPENDITURES 1 Amount paid for lottet occurring year 3 Amount paid for lottet of prevloue Total paid policyholder! for lottet Amount pala tor taiariet to oiiu-ora patt year . . hb, a , n a v.nt. ................ AniUUIlb fiu w - - - -" All other eapendituree during patt year: 161.10, Premiums returned I8S6.77, Adjutttng lottet 1104.30, offioer't expenses I13S.0T, Auditor $10.00, Ad vertltlng fl.ll, Incidentals I1M.2S, Inturanoe department 120 M, Pottage I188.0B, Reinsurance 1137.88, National and State Attoclatlon 115, Tasi 7.48, . Telephone 110.30, Publlahlng 183, Books and stationery I84.SO, Clerk hire 14(4.18, OtUot futures fSJ7.to, rremium on ..or.v-,, treaturer bondt 11.00, Office repairs 110.01, Rent 18.00, Bxpreta lOo, General agent t.vv Total expendlturee during patt I Balance December 31, 1000. i V RESOUBCE8 laager unu Cash la company'! of floe December Depealted In banks ; Mortgage loans AU other attet t Total ledger sttett ASSETS IN PREMIUM NOTES 7 Amount of premium or deposit notes on which aeiett : ,- . AMa ai mitntha Mat due. ....a DHBU " I Amount of premium- or deposit notet menu are over tnres ..... .... Amount of premium or depotlt notet oh which antii mtnti are not over thre months patt due.. . - ai aaaa alamatailt' AtaBl All WtllAll &M6B8"' 10 Amount Ol pramiuin wr aVv... ments are fully paid 11 Total premium or depottt notet 13 Total amount of reaouroes 13 Amount Of outstanding aitesimente VI LIABILITIES "'. NONB yn STATEMENT OF AMOUNT AND CONDITION OF RESERVE FUND 1' Amount of 10-per cent reterve on outttandlng premium .... t , lata . vn iw-...". - - - I Amount of rettrve fund on hand la cam I Amount ot Inverted reterve-fund tecuritlea, as follows. Mortgage loans, (s,810.0, ..........i State ot Kansas, County of Dickinson, as: gJSg Sf aboveXicrihed sssets were th, absolute Wrt ". " ,nH from .n. Hen or ela me thereon, except a atateo, ana condition and affaire ot th. said company, on December 81 last, and for the year ending on that day. So help m. Ood. WILKm8 VnMmt C. J. OLSON, Becretary. Bubscribed Md sworn to bet or. m. this (Commission expire 81st day ot January, 1911.1 PUUI wCAKSAS-CDLCEADO F. iurtl A HUTCHINgON MEETING OUT LINED BTATI HIGHWAY. May Extend From Kansas City la Den vr by Way of Ttpeka and Newton. ' H attain toa. Ku, Feb, 1 More thai 80t men tram coaaUea la th Arkaa aa Valley In Kasaas and Colorads met here te Uke the Initial ate pa Is Ut eoettnirtlcia t good road Uroutkotrt th Hng-h of the v"T It U two I')' a. It.Arted freiaet fer 4 road W's charartar fra Hot -'. ta U Insuranco Association Kansas, pursuant n "u JOHN WI1-KIN8, President. O. J. OLSON, Secretary. December il of previous year. . . .MM 1B4S policies were canotled during the on Dee. II of" previous year M . I d Maiai Hu .... 1 I H 1 7 H 4 . DO during past year.. .. I,IM,I74.00 or terminated during past 111,104.00 , S,H1,570.09 ,l!,80!.l durinaT DBflt year. .I1M98.6& au oinr -- , 20.341.03 S3.144.SS during pat 17,803.08 , I37.it yean during patt year. .18,130. 37 , aim u 18.38 , 0,133.68 . 3,11.01 year.......... ....1(,417.83 14,717.27 ":. 81, 10I , (18,334.(2 (1.(7 141.81 171.01 on wwen l4'tW'" in force Dec, (1, 10. . . , 88,021. (4 V"7,"i'i";Va" not collected, (3l.lt. .. 43,841. 4( ...... tt.tu.n (,(10.04 (14,893. li has'grown and spread until the road 1 proposed with eastern terminal ai Newton and Wichita and th western terminus at Denver, eventually It to proposed to con Usee th road oa east ward from Kswtoa to Kansas City either by way ot Ottawa or by way ol Topeka and Lawrence, making the flrst great good road across th stats of Kantaa. E. J. Canataer. president ot the Hntchlnsoa Commercial dub, called th meeting t order and tntrodaoed Mayor t. L. Martla, who mad aa ad dress et welcome. W. Y. Morgan at Hutchinson eatUaed the object of the eel ft fen re. Th covUoa ergantted j th lUoa ef R. H. Faioa o C - Cl'.f a ckatrM sad C H. Boe et X Vxv. T. ll.837.3l M4.lt (.111.14 , M10.M 1,181.(1. UTUAL irJGURArJCE The Kansas Farmers' Mutual Insurance Association . nf ITnlanrf. Dirlrinsnn rnnntv. Kansafl ' INSURING PUBLIC. LOOK at our statement for th year ending December 81, 1909. It Is the BEST statement w have ever mad. - Also examine th steady growth. It la vary gratifying to th management and we take this opportunity of thank ing our policy holders for their Increased patronage which enables aa to make this handsome showing. W hop w may continue to merit your confidence. . Your interest in this company la auch that in helping to ad vance It business, yon ar helping yourself. Tour policy makes your astat worth just th dollar its face Indicates. , At th annual meeting held on th 11th day of January 110 th fol lowing named persons wer elected directors to succeed those whose term ot offlc had expired: r-,i. 1 J. J. Kugler, Abilene ' 1 ' , ' . 1 . A. H. Ryan, Wakefield r . - ,, y , - , , P. H. Gfeller, Junction City ... , C, B. Weaver, Wakefield .'.: , H. O. Hanna, Chapman After adjournment of annual meeting the directors hold a meeting and eleoted the following officers: John Wllkins, President . . K. O. Hanna, Vice President a . 1 C. J. Olson, Secretary W. 1. Gelst, Treasurer Executive committee: J. A. Meek, P. H. Gfeller, B. O. Hanna. Inspector ot risks: J. A. Meek. , ' , GROWTH OF Year : 189T 1898.. 1899 1900... t... 1901....... 1902 1908....... 1904... . . .. 1908....... 1906........ 1907... 1908.,..,.. 1909 Members .. . 241... ... 441... ... 687... ... 863... ... 993... ....1111... ...1860... ...1629... ...2008... ...2062... ...8242... ...3888..,. ...4941... PROPERTY OWNERS KEEP KANSAS MONEY IN KANSAS MAKE THE WEST INDEPENDENT Tka ahnra ttatamant demonstrate wbat ha been done. Are yon In sured? If not? why not Thousand ot dwelling and barns as good as yours ar destroyed by fir very year, involving th loss ot millions of dol lars. Why SOOUIQ you expect your w wwmvvi tuui viwiraihj auiftu mot in ... nn. nt hundred different wavt.. vis: throuih your own over sight or carelessness, or tbat of servant and children, by tho explosion ot lamp or other accidents, a spark from the chimney, a stroke of lightning, a match thrown carelessly down, or spontaneous combustion. Even rat and mice have been known to cause fire by gnawing matches or concealing com bustible material, greasy rags or other rubbish where it is liable to take fire. Place your Insurance In the Kansas Farmers' Mutual Insurance Associa tion as this company is near to you. The nearer the company is located to the insured the more llklihood there 1 of some of the profits returning to the Insured instead ot all being spent at some distant point and better still, .h.n mr hnnu enmnanv is a mutual you procure your Insurance at cost. These companies are managed by home people and in the Interest of home people, and the home people get an the business goes out of the state. Partial List of Losses Paid Daring the Ida Laudaman, Herlngton..$ 10 00 Joseph ftuzina, wingrora . . v B. F. Shaner, waxeneia . . John Portenier, Wakefield. . 30 00 3 00 5 00 4 00 2 00 9 00 8 00 ' 22 00 6 50 2 00 1 00 3 00 25 00 12 45 110 00 8 20 16 00 ! 00 " 30 00 4 00 14 00 Q. Laundy, Junction utty n Mttphnll. Detroit . ... Anton Klufeld, Chapman . . J. yandeventer, Detroit. . ... oat stain. Halatend . . . . . . John Male. Wakefield B. Geofery, Abilene ....... a B. Book, Talmage ...... W. 1. Gelst, Chapman. . James Devane, Chapman.. Nerval Thorpe, Chapman., William Avery, Wakefield. . W. J.-Buhrer, Chapman. . . Prsecllla Mansur, Junction Alfred Uoidge. Solomon. , Henry J. Rahe. Wakefield. . r w Vmniui.1 Abilene. .. 1. W. Chestnut, Clay Center G. W. Keliey, Aniieae. m v atttnA rhRttmu.... 225 00 Patrick Dermott, Junction Cy 300 00 John J. Rickles, Abilene. 7 00 2 82 Mike Ryon, Detroit ...... E -R- Beavers, Junction City r T. TT.l. fl.v Por far . . . 30 00 600 jl, I ri m " , V . u . . ..... iri.m Hnrar. Wakefield. . 30 00 Eugene Elktni, Wke field. . S. W. Diehl, Chapman.... Ualonev. Junction Cy 4 00 40 00 80 00 6 00 35 J. W. Howie, Carltos. . . . .. v in nniininn. waxeneia. .. Geo. Knudsen, Scott City. 130 00 vrnu. " - vA atan r.hftnman. . . . . . 1 20 M. A.- Woodson. Chapman . . 103 00 Enill Mueller, Kamona .... i aiiaa nknr A Bon. Detroit 25 00 F. L. Garten, Nlles. ...... Ed. G. Leach. Detroit 0. F. Nyfeler, Abilene. , . . .. . t. rvAHkam A hilna . : . . 2 00 7 00 85 00 11 70 jgun icj ii ii , .... " . . Servaas Verbrugge, Junction 100 00 . rt J l. n.)nM. ... K 00 Peter Keltta. Chapman. .. 8 00 R, M. Breeding. Abilene, . 13 37 Minnie K. Witwer, Abilene - 4 00 C. B. Zook, Talmage.. ... "2 25 a R tj.her. Abilene. ... . 142 65 Frank Robson, Carlton.-. ... 3 00 J. M. Bradley, Longford ,,,.1 00 n u tin vail. Woodbine. 2 00 Thos. Kelley. Chapman.... 36 95 60 00 18 50 11 70 25 00 27 75 6 90 46 70 86 00 90 00 22 00 30 00 T 00 10 00 16 82 10 00 Joseph Rusika, lxngiora... O. Vanler, Abilene W. H. Begemen, Abilene. . . , ml. Oktllna. Abilene...... Wm. J. Dueker, Woodbine.. Jacob Rlffel, wooaome.... Carl Treman, Woodbine. . . . F. C. Oesterrelch. Woodbine, M. C. Cardell, Enterprise,.! Vergil Miles, Abilene Walter Vandeventer, Detroit C. A. Madden, Abilene G. A. Burke, Bolomon R. c. Schlesner. Hope..... j H. Romberger, Abilene.. . A COLORADO MINE EXPLOSION Eight Bedles Recovered and 7 Mls - Ing at Primer Uttl Hope That Any ar Alive. rrfmero, CoL, Feb. 1. More than 100 men ar believed to have beea killed by a terrific explosion la the Frlmero mine of th Colorado Fuel and Iron company. Eight bodies have beea recovsred and rescs parties are making desperate efforts to reach the Interior working cut off from the out eid. by tht csv!sg mala a hi ft Three a wer killed at th taeuth ot the atsla slop by th tenre of tt ea;! tt. Tnattrm U tt ssOes frr,m Tna dh. gth Uit u iy, u it THE COMPANY Insurance in Force .....$ 167,208.00 .... 298,916.00 478.821.00 .... 649,693.00 .... 799,672.00 , .... 932.42S.00 .... U8t.084.00 .... 1,408,888.00 .... 1,725,091.00 . 2,869,829.00 , ... 1,007,421.00 .... 8,868,140.00 .... 6,221,870.00 tne oeneiit ana hum in me viuuw vi John C. Baer, Abilene. . .... 10 60 Thos. E. Taylor, Pearl.'.... 60 00 Isaac Ridings, Solomon. . . 48 22 J. J. Eddy, Abilene 12 14 E. E. Knight, Abilene,..,. IT 00 M. Dllllng, Solomon. . . i . . . . 28 0 L. A. Schlesner, Herlngton. . '.. 27 65 L. J. Timm, Woodbine.;.. IT IT IV. vvneuvr, uquvi,,,,,.,. ,.. xw v Peter Haas, Navarre ...;. . 6T 00 ;. M. B. Schneider, Detroit. ... 16 07,' A. Clayton, Chapman - 8 29-. N. C. Reed. Abilene. 827 26 H. B. Lahr, Abilene. . , 10 00 Jesse T. Woolverton, Abilene - 6 00 William Rohloff. Herlngton. I 20 00 J. M. Feagel, Abllen. . . . . . 17 00 n . i iir J1.I . K AA j, r . JIBRB, nuuuuiua. . . w v A. H. Haughlahd, Abilene. . . 180 09 H. Schroeder, Enterprise.. '4 T6 B. E. tb B. O. Stone, Abilene 38 00 G. F. Mlnter, AhUpne. . . . . . 600 00 C. H. Howland" Abilene.... 13 00 Fred Luthi, Junotion City. . 75 00 A. J. Bolton, Detroit . . 72 46 Mrs. Helen Klanun, Detroit. 6 40 Id Laudaman,-Herlngton. . 12 60 J. A. Cotfenberger, Abilene. 2 00 J. I. Watt, Abilene. .-. ...... 3. 78 C O. Davis. Abilene 6 00 O. L. Darling, Abilene. ... 3 60 L. B. Campbell, Abilene ...... 226 A. F. Hauserman, bongiora 1 1 so Goldla McCow, Chapman... 67 SO Elizabeth Kelley, Detroit. . . 12 64 Herman Rohloff, Herlngton 20 00 L, H. Longvardt, Dwight. . 12 00 L. Bchwendener, Woodbine. 78 26 B. E. Klsch. Abilene....... 11 65 8. B. Newland, Abilene. .... 10 00 E. D. Halbert Abilene. . . . . ' 2 60 h. E, 8telgelman, Enterprise 12 60 J. J. Rlckels, Abilene 987 50 Lena Nelson, Junction City 208 08 James Hunts, Abilene 2 60 Oscar Johnson, Manhattan... 25 00 A. H. Christensen, Manhattan 10 00 L. H. Longvardt, Dwight. ... 40 26 Mrs. T. Culham, Chapman. 81 80 J. H. Cox. Abilene 5 60 Miller Bros., Abilene,. . , .1900 00 C. A. Miller, Abllen!. ...... 200 00 Walter J. "Buhrer, Chapman 4 00 J. O. Loy. Chapman 10 00 h. W. McGlnnes, Abilene. . . 4 00 Mrs. H. Richardson, Abilene 9 00 D. A. Swift, Abilene 109 0 Geo. Avert. Abilene o C. L. Maler. Enterprise. ... 18 98 Charles Boles, Detroit ' 8 00 W. B.app, Aouene. ...... . a is L. H. Ingersoll, Detroit .. .. 16 01 School Diet. No. 37, Junction 6 14 Geo. O. Leg. Abilene.... - 12 00 8. 8. Hall, Chapman...... 5 60 May Tapp, Abilene 4 60 John A. Young, Wakefield. . 30 00 T. V. Stafford. Chapman. ... 75 00 D. O. Stephens, White City 10 00 G. H. Makeplece. Abilene. . 18 00 C. E. Wallace, White City.. . 6 00 nt-,.,. AKIlana 1A BO J. T. Morley, Longford.... 2 00 equipped were thatered and It was ls posslbla to enter the mine until they were repaired at 7:30 o'clock last night ' ; As soon as the fans were repaired, J. F. Thompson, general superinten dent, and a rescue party entered by the main air shaft, but wer unable to reach the main abaft which is com. pietely blocked. Th warty returned to the surface after obtaining sight bodies which wer badly burned. There 1 little hop that any of tb men In the mine are atlv. id eoat paay e!rtr, reports that T9 aafety lamp r mlaaieg sad R Is rat thst that nomber ef can nr ntft4. Miay of It Bjleers, however, say UkM i.T sa r st'.tatr.i; , SstrtrCiVMnJ (., Us aTS'