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ADILEXE WEEKLY KKFLECTOR, AULK.VE, KASS., CCTORKIt 19, 1B10.
ER - IHEWfiEPUBLIC APPROVES Lisbon .the Capital City Smilingly Tranquil. Taking Lydia E. Ptakham's the new flag everywhere Vegetable Compound SabattiM, Maine. "You told me to take Lytlia K. Pinkham's Vegetable i j vr iu v u u u n ii u ilJJver Pills before (child-birth, aDd we are all surprised to see how much good it did. Mr -enysi- i, cian said ' Without doubt it was the Compound that 'Ihelped you- I .i.itharik you for your kindness In advising me and give you full 1 V I j A vm great Feeling of Relief It Evident Over the Fact That Long Ex pected Crlelt Was ee Quick ly Pasted. Gibraltar,' Oct. 8. The royal yacht with the royal family of Portugal has arrived here. Salutes were fired by the Cormorant, the flagship of the ad miral; the land batteries and tue American cruiser Des Moines. Prince Miguel of Braganza landed from the yacht. The king does not Terrible Suffering 1 Corona All Ovwr Baby's Body. ''When my baby was four months old his face broke out with eczema, and at sixteen months of age, hia face, hands and arms were in a dreadful state. The eexema spread all over his body. We had to put a mask or cloth over bis face and tie up his hands. Finally we gave him Hood's Barsapa rllla and In a few months he wax en tirely cured. Today he Is a healthy boy." Mrs. Ines Lwls, Baring, Maine, Hood's Sarsaparllla cures blood dis eases and builds up the system. Oet It today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called g-areataba. Jnermisslon to use I Intend to come ashore yet. my name in your testimonials." Mrs. Lieut, den. Archibald Hunter British U. w. Mitchell, Uox 8, Babattus, Me. governor general of Gibraltar aocom Anotlier Woman Helned. k. hi. .n.i.i .... .u. irom nervousness ana other annoying I - "" symptoms. Lydia E. Finkham's Vege- mlral Frederick B. Pelham, superin- tubleComDoundrestoredmvhealth and tended of the British naval establish. strength, and proved worth mountains ment here paid a visit to King Manuel. of gold to me. For the sake of other suffering women I am willing you should publish my letter." Mrs. Ciuhi.ks Barclay, B.l'.D., Granite- vllle. Vt, Women who are passing through King Manuel Not Wounded. A report that King Manuel was slightly wounded la not confirmed. It is believed here that civil war will break out In North Portugal, where this critical period or who are suffer- the Republicans have few partisans. ingirom any or mono uiBiressing ins The royal party Is in telegraphic rultfer to elr sex Jhould not lose communication with Marquis De Sor sight or tne fact that ror thirty years . , p rt llfflloBA mini,, b TmiJ.. .Lydia js. nnKham's vegetawe com- . - "" pound, which Is made from roots and .The Party Da"i the Amelia Ii herns, has been the standard remedy ciuaes King Manuel, Prince Miguel of for female ills. In almost every com- Braganza, the Queen Mother Amelia, miinitV VOU Will And women WhO the dowmrar nn a An Maria Dta tl l. i rcbu i ire ' uiiDTu sonrtn ."""on, Oct. g.-The establishment o vL,,m, uit nvnin 9i,wv of a republic In Portugal Is an accom That Amou. ,. a,.,.,' .k..J J'"" 7or has jutt D;. .. ; vtt7 wi vu revoiuuon - varans- rr i ivu vv 1 1 1 1 vn the Successor To judge fox me Missouri supreme Court Will Meet October 11 When One Will Probably Be Named. Jefferson City, Oct. 8. It Is expect ed here that Justice G. D. Burgess will succeed Justice Fox as chief Justice of the supreme court. The court will meet October 11 and probably will elect Justice Fox's successor at that time. , Justice , Gantt, who presided ovei division No. 2 of the court to which Justice Fox was assigned, said that there would still be a quorum of this division and that It would go ahead with Its work. A few cases that Justice Fox had under advlsemenl may have to be reargued, but then are not many of these. In the court en bano there are still six judges and the death of Justice Fox will not serl ously Interrupt the work there. oov. Hadley Is out of the city anf notmng is Known as to what his In tenttons will be In the matter of ap pointing a successor to Judge Fox. ansEKE F9I5 EXPOSITION KANSAS PCiSC'.ED THY TO ASSASSOATE PE niff ' illlwl HARVEY BANNON OF SOLOMON ? DRANK WHISKEY. , TSAI HSUN WAS SAVED BY TH ' SECRET SERVICE MEN, '-tV But Make No Selection ' Location! The Liquor Waa Given by Daughter to Relieve Pain; and Contained v Strychnine. . Bolomon, Kan., Oct 8. Harvey Ban non, a merchant here for many years, Is i dead from strychlnlne oolsonlna tlflTTn P" ........ I UIMIUHMUMI, WAI Id Ur NASHVILLE PRESIDENT 'BaDn0B returned home suffering who stomacn trouble and believed a drink of whiskey would ease the pain, rils daughter, Mrs. J. T. Sellards. wife of a Solomon merchant, went to her home and returned with a small bottle of whiskey. Mr. Bannon took about three tablespoonfuls and Immediately went into convulsions, dying In 20 minutes, ; An analysts made shows enough enator Burton Asked Co-Onar.tior " monetary Commission I ney would Have Sliver Shipped Free of Charge. Los Aoreies. i:i rw a m n Watts of Naehvllle, Tenn.. was elected president and William i.i.i..., Detroit, Tlce-nresldent nf th. tTchnine In the whiskey to kill three can Banners' association for the ensu u" uutU9 n" oe8B m Ing year at the. final .... Sellard's house several months with- convention of the association i. m. Put W beiD U8el. but previously to city. that some had been used from the bot tle by Mr. Sellards and his wife. . How the poison was placed in the bottle Is unknown. No servant has been employed In the bouse for sev eral weeks and the Sellards are not lection left to The VxeTuUvn. 'T.l ? 1ST rZTX!i -m . : "te1 t6at a deci,i0D win i h.M fraternity of the University of Callfor- will not be reached until the ii Dela- nla H h. ir. mm i. n.,. uTimuona tor tne convention In I 1911 were presented from New Or .n., Atlantic city, San Antonio, Richmond, Va., Niagara Falls and St "juis, out tne matter of making a se I Member of Chinese Revolutionary Par ty Wanted to Become a Martyr to His Country. 8an Francisco, Oct 7. An attempt to assassinate Prince Tsal Hsun, uncle of the emperor of China, at the Oak' land Mole as he stepped from his spe cial train and was met by Bear Ad miral Phelps and various local commit tees, was frustrated by United States Secret Service, Agent Harry Moffltt and Detective 'Sergeant George Mo Mahon, who arrested the man as be ' was about to draw a pistol and hurried him aboard a ferry boat for San Fran cisco. ; The prince did not know that an at tempt had been made on his lite, nor was there any excitement. The royal party went aboard the navy tug Una dllli and was taken to the pier In San Francisco where the steamur Chi yo Mara was tied up, ready to sail when the prince arrived. 4 ; The assassin Is an American-born Chinese, native of San Francisco, and a member of the Young China Associa tion, the revolutionary party who has a large membership all over the world. Duty. Washington, Oct. 6. At the 'post office department an order promul gated by the postmaster general was and sustained a bombardment. Lisbon is in cloudless sunshine and wears remarkable smiling aspect. The Republican flag flutters on near ly every building and from every ve- aicie; tne streets are thronged with resentatlve of any railway postal clerk or substitute railway postal clerk killed while on duty. . Originally the compensation allowed was $1,000. Mr. Hitchcock has made the compensation $2,000, which is pay able to the legal representative of a ciera wno is killed or ene who Is In jured while on duty and dies within one year after receiving the injury. Mr. Hitchcock in making this change was governed by his knowl edge of the great risk Incurred by rail ling of tourists with guide books In hands; shops and offices have been re opened and business generally has been resumed. me oniy evidence of the reoent perturbation are small bodies of troops iiauonea in tne principal open spaces of the city and the passage, now and tnen, or Red Cross ambulances. The noticeable outward signs of the new regime are the presence everv. where of the green and red flag of the nepuouc and complete dlsanoear- way postal clerks, and his conviction "kh ' Kf..iW"nuot' fortnlt trom that $1,000 la Inadequate damages for tnose left destitute by the death of a clerk. GAYflOR'S DOCTOR BILL $34,000 And Yet They Deny That They Expect I the City to Pay the I ' BMI- New Tork, Oct. 6. The physician bills for treatment given Mayor Gay nor while he was a patient at St. Vary's hospital, Hoboken, after the snooting, amount to $34,000. Dr. W. J. Arllti one of the physicians who at tended the mayor, said the bills would be sent to the mayor, but only upon a request from him. Dr., Arllts denied the physicians had for one moment considered they would be paid by the city of New York, CfFiejs;! pupuc exniDition. In fact, not vestige Is now seen of the picture postcard portraits of the king, or of any otner member of the royal familv. These have given way to pictures of members of the new government and Photographic records of the revolution in the shape of groups of armed lead ers and companies of insurgent troops, not in action, but posing for the camera. Little Damage to Citv. The damage done to the city by the Domoarament was surprisingly siieht. The streets never were as busy as at present, sneering for the-repubilc. troops on horee and afoot pass and re pass. 11 carrying the Republican Bag, which the people massed on the pave ment salute, respectfully doffing their heats and cheering. There is no un usual excitement. The recent events which started the oria are discussed by ail classes with calm. The general feeling evidently Is one of relief that a crisis long ancl pated inevitably waa surmounted so speedily with comparatively little vio lence and such a brief dislocation of national lire. Another Japanese to Learn, New York, Oct. 8. His excellencj the Hon. R.' Nakashojl, vice mlnlstei of the department of communlcatloi of Japan arrived on the Mauretanli to Inspect the American plan of oper ting railroads, marine, telephone telegraph and electrical systems. WRECK RESPONSIBILITY PLACED Both Car Crews of the Staunton Col llslon Have Been Placed Under Arrest. Springfield, 111., Oct. 6. All but two of the bodies from the wreck of the Illinois traction system at Staunton have been Identified. The complete list of dead number 37. Responsibility for the wreck has been fixed definitely and clearly and further Investigation Is not deemed necessary. They returned to the city with posl tlve proof that the crew of the North bound car had disobeyed orders. They reported the orders had been found or the person of Conductor Leonard. Motorman Lierman, who Jumped and disappeared has reported and all of the two crews except Conductor Duncan have been placed In Jail al Carllnvllle, awaiting the outcome ol the coroner's Inquest. meets in New York next m The convention went on nu-nni uoorsing a plan to bold an y.ih- In 1915 in commemoration of the opening oi too Panama canal, but nc inoorsement of a site was made. Senator Burton 8noka. ' The address of Senator Theodore E. wunon or Ohio on the work of the THE OHIO VALLEY, FLOODED Almost Unprecedented Rains for Tnree Days May Cause Great - Damage to Property. ton, where bis mother lives. He Is 30 years of age and declares that he wanted to kill the prince and become a martyr for his country. He speaks English well and has recently been studying the history of China. . He was fifteen feet from the prince as the latter stepped from his train. He took off one glovs and put his Louisville, Oct. 8. Almost unprece dented rains have fallen In tho Innr United State monetary commission Ohio river valley In the hut three davs band back to grasp the weapon when was one of the features of the cloalna and as a result the Ohln throxon. t the detectives nabbed him. Ho - day of the convention. The speaker I 'each a flood stage soon. In 36 hours I be "d not want to shoot them because reviewed the work of the cbmmlastnn the river at Paducah. Kr h ri.on he did not want to kill anv other ner. and aaked the hearty co-operation of G-3 feet and continues to rise. At on- He tnat be had no personal the American Bankers' association EvanBville, Ind., the river is rising at gfudge against the prince, except that" Arthur Reynolds of Dee Moines made the rate of three-fnurtha nf a font n he was a hated man and thoueht If ha a speech In which he said apathy ol hour. The rainfall at the latter point """'d ki" h,m " would wake up the- mo oanaers was responsible for the totaled 11 Inches in 48 hours, breakttag mem.oers or young China and preclpl- passage of the postal savings bank act. the record. irana u. Anderson of San Franciscc I At Louisville. addressed the convention on the Paci fic coast's need for banking and cur rency reform, and urged the bankers to take up seriously the Question ol tate a 'revolution. sailed at 5 o'clock. The Cblyo Mahi TEXAS FEVER IN MISSOURI Fifty Owensboro and other pointa in Kentucky, Kvansville, Boon- ville and other places In southern Indiana the rain has caused much damaee. Bridges havn hpnn nnn-lrf having the national law amended so as away, crops destroyed and railroad to allow the banks to accent time I tracks washed awav. drafts In order to build up a discount A dispatch from Boonvflle, Ind., says market.- 1 500 persons ara homelaaa ami that resolution asking congress at its the deluge has destroyed much nron- ?oundr 7i." ! .- . r?ad ?zark' "-" - -n counties In aiiv.r 7. 7 K "u.nuii- - wuutf.. ii anairaj uau oeen ueputy state Veterinarian R ,B, Love uuii. m me v-mu i uii uiuion aoiiars. is In the f eld oi.rnllnln- a.. According to officials of the weather Gibson, firovprnment atiu aF v.... bureau here, the rain period was one Citv. also la wnrkimr m . th. i.. A REAL LOST MINE DISCOVERED ' the l0nge- ,nd mo,t d4maln which, started from cattle driven over " i iua AiAKiiiMaB ii oh iRVPrn WAAira atPA Cattle Have Already Died In Southern Part of State Experts at Work. ' Springfield, Mo., Oct'. 7. Texas fev- er is raging In cattle herds in Taney, Ing sliver free United States was adopted. me Mexican Government Officials Announce That the 8anta Fe Teresa Haa Been Found. Fer PwiSis E!3 Something can and must be done for the puny, crying baby, for the child that refuses to tat and is rest less in its sleep. And since the basis oi all health is the proper working of the digestive organs, look first to the condition of the tnm-h mA bowels. Washington, Oct. 8. Definite stan- A eaild should have two fun and free 1 dards of safety appliances to be at nnvements -of the bowels a day This1 tarhed Ia r,u. . . . . emptying of the bowels I, very ln.Dort.Sci J0"1. railway cars and locomo- with it comes a ciesr head, light- un nnaiiy have been agreed miTu, BiHjn mHllie anil anunir artee nn SAFETY APPLIANCE AGREEMENT a uermite standard Has Been De termined After Years of Effort Will Coat Roads $50,000,000, upon a third of a century at effort. ' It ia estimated that the proposed changes In equipment will cost the Kiiiwue auoui ou,uvu. , Toe agree ment was reached by a committee ap pointed last week by the Interstate lommeree commission after a two Sleep. But It la equally Important to! wni . mi giva me child In. the emenyency of constipation and Inrtlers-I Ikm. Ctnartlc are too strong- and salts and other purgatives are not only tool strena, but the child ratines them ba came ef their bad teite. Have you ever tried Dr. Caldwell's gyrus Pepalnf It Is' a liquid (oiile that families, have been lng for a quarter of a century. It la Slid. yMMf,l.,..H. mmA h ',... fectlve. It Is awd for you aa Wen days' hearing. -you will not have to foroa thanit. equally divided between reoresenta- ?rJf r .n ir v , . . I of operating departments-of the n't? S.Md.Md '; PP"ce InspTct. wayiiu m trV L? " nis or toe commission aad railroad opera when convinced oe It a merits jon oaii W" your dnwtat at arty cents and I , TLV?':! VK"f Why Cig,.,.lm W.nU Alaaka. atr. IX W. Snaiurler of airadon.llla. WT New To,rk. Oct. 8. Daniel Guggea- am now wnie that it la their' --1 m ii suu.vov,- ene faUy neeeaelfy mat io .food ltf.j 000 could be Invested In the develop sii-xiy child, one atren to oonatlpaiiaa " Alaska aow, It would yield intireitkm. yon should aeaut lot a pronu of 30 times that amount within SHORT LIFE FOR' KING ALFONSO Court Physician Admita He Haa Mal ady That will Soon Reault in Death. Madrid, Oct.- 7. It Is said that tha court physicians have admitted that King Alfonso is suffering from caries destructive disease of the bone and that Dr. Moudre, the noted Bordeaux specialist, has been able to retard the progress of the diseaae only sllahtlv. One of the highest medical authorltiee reported to have said that the dis ease will eventually wholly Incapaci tate tne King If It does not cause hi death within a few years. fr-a sample of this rmw Dr. CaiOweB pereotiallr win be pleased to ftra you any medical adrt- you rnay deatre fT TWlf or family Bertatnina- to ti-a atomach, liver or bowels ahaolutaly fr-e of charge. Jtmialn your cm In a ltr and h wfll reply to roa hi detag. y r la free aampla atmply send your ""d free oa a pnatal card or ' For either rwiueet t-e --ror-s ia i-r. . k i-aiOirll ,1 tm, Moatloaua, 14 30 years. The Funeral of Justice Faa. Jeffersoa City. Oct. ATee funeral of James a Fox chief justice of the supreme court of Missouri, whs died la St Louis, will he held at 3 o'clock Sunday arternooa from Che Catbolk- ccurca at rredtrtcktosm. FAOND NECK Cured -Scratched Until Face was Mas of Raw Flesh Used Cu ticura and had First Good Night's Sleep in 3 Months. . - ah limine; rash Drake out on my face and neck, ao bad that I scratched n until my race was a snaas of raw neah which kept me awake all Bight. After going to my lamiiy a color, ha rlot helping me, I tried another doctor hut without success. After aoctorarailing.arnend recommended the Cu tlcura Remedies- That ight. after washing my face and neck with Cut leu ra Boap, I arv anm Ointment and had the drat' good night's sleep ia three months. I used about two lota of Cuticurw Roan and OinUneot when you oouid not sea a mark oa my face or neck. 1 will gladly recommend tbe Cuticuna Rem edies anybody. Win. Silver, S4S Weat sath Rt., New Tork, Mar. 1, lute In another letter Mr. bilver-aavs, Nv case was of about two years' standing. After using Cutk-ura Soap and Ointment for about three days 1 saw a -decided improvemeiH and "waa entirely cured in two pjontha." 'ul reenUow and treatment of rtohmg. burning, scaling eruptions and the promotion of permanent akin and bair health, Outlciira Soap and Cutlcura Oiotment ar abaoluteiy unrivaled la ElT'Ii tm'r od hooray- A single calieaf Cotmira Heap and box of Cuu curaOintaeot are of tMsufikaeui. Blsbee, Aril., Oct. 8. Mexican nf. flclals at Cananea ftnnOUIlilPtf th ret. discovery of the old 'Santa Fe Teres. goia mine, one of the few really "lost uiun, vi iuo ouuioweBt, wnicn wa anown to have been worked by the Spaniards, and which has been lost since 1810. ,The main shaft was well perserved, biit the timbers had been removed and the earth caved In. Two skeletons were found at the bottom of the .haft Indians had kept possession of the mine so long that Its location had be come a mystery to the Mexlcana. Mexican government Is now maklnt arrangements to take charge of the mine. . CONS tBVATION JN THE SOUTH The First Congress to Be Held There Opened at Atlanta States Have Organixatlona. Fifty cattle have thus far died.. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 8. The Brat Con servation congress to be held in tbe South opened here with an attend ance and enthusiasm that gave prom- HSke Smith Won" by 5,CO0. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 7. Final returns from the election show Hoke 8mlth was elected governor with vote of 96,000 against 20,000 cast for Governor Joseph N. Brown, who was put forth as an Independent by Tom Watson. 11 To Buy Bonner Cement Comnanv. Topeka, Oct. 8. The Bonner Brand Cement company of Kansas City, Kan., nas oeen granted a charter. It haa a capital Of $600,000 and proposes ic take over the cement plant at Bonnet Springs which now Is In the hands ol receiver. The Incorporators are composed chiefly of old stockholders The report of the receiver shows thai tne plant made 110,000 net profit lasi month. Bnw S t-hrm Vm. a-Mlird fNa. hi SkeliaauaaMot uMk Oklahoma Haa The Cash. Guthrie, Ok., Oet. 8. That there wa i.szi),s3s.3(i in cash In tbe varlout state funds in the handa of otatr Treasurer Janes Menefee on Octobei 1 is shown by an examination now be Ing made of the atate treasurer's o: Soa by State Examiner and In -neck Charles A. Taylor. POWDER MILLS DESTROYED Three Buildings of the Dupont Com pany at Columbus, Kan, Blown Up Leaa 825,000, Columbus, Kan., Oct 8. Three of tne targe mills of the E. I. Dupont de Nemours Powder comany, located Bve miiea nortn of Columbus, were blown up, destroying, la addition to the mills taemaeivea, more thaa l.vxe barrels of powder. Tha shocks were three la nnmoer and each waa distinct and separate. They shook the walls of Brick mer cantile buildings two miles from the scene of tha explosion. A reserve ntoca- of powder that had been ac eamulatlag during the coal miser's stnte waa destroyed. ror the trst time la reoent years o person was killed or Injured. The loss IS more than I23.0a. ' Center of Teughneea. . Inquiring Tourist Would yo eall Ihla a tojgh towaT Stray Native TouKh. Bay. atrajina waea we ha to Old Home week her infective all over the country eonaa and pick eat Juat who they want! Boosting Next Census Returns. Oklahoma. CltV. Oct. 7 -The rennef is of success for the movement as It of the state board of health which has affects this part or the Union. Several Just been Issued, shows that 41 sets states In the South now have organ!- of twins were born In tha state in zatlons of one kind or another which tember. -are Interested In the wise utilization - of natural resources and the preven- - tlon of waste, cost of living, pure food rirw Pnhti.h. t imi.k. and ffnnd enaria nmM.m. ,.J . . . """""f vyeomj I V 7 . itenector eept. 22, 1910.) ber of state conservation associations , were formed. NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLEMENT. Governor Brown of Georgia opened States of Kansas, Dickinson Coun'y, the first, sesslonand bis address of welcome Waa lolfoWed' by one by In the Probate Court of said county. Mayor R: F. Maddox of Atlanta. The In the matter of the estate of Henry speakers of the day Included Glfford Shaw, deceased Plnchot, who spoke on "The Principles To creditors and other persona of Conservation," and Charles S. Bar- interested In said estate: rett, president of the Farmers' union You are hereby notified' that at the on "The Conservation of Farm Re- reu,ar "oveniDer term or the probate sources." court In and for said county to be neiu at tne proDate Judge a office, in Abilene, in aald ennntv nn tha Tth THE I0LA SMELTERS DAMAGED da5r of November, 1910, being the first Monday in said month of Novem- Fire at the Lanyon Plant Cauaed Loss ber' 1 wl" make final settlement of of $50,000300 Men Out of Work. Ida, Kan., Oct 8. A fire destroyed about one-half, of. the Lanyon zinc plant at Laharpe, entailing a loss of 150,000. J. B. Kirk of tola, tbe re ceiver, who leased the plant, to the American Metal Company, is Investi gating the cause of the fire. Tne Are started Just before si ) clock In the dry room and spread gradually until it got hcyord the coa- rol of the plant firemen. Firemen rom tola, Gas rjlty and Laharpe were ailed and fought the flames until arly- In the morning before the Hre ass under control . Tbe three tur naeea, unharmed, will cortinue oper atlon. At least 300 men are thrown out of work by the Ore. ONLY ONE IN AN AIR RACE The) Attempt to Fly Fren Chicago to New rork will Be Made by El Only. Chicago, Oct 8. There will be but one real starter in the Chicago-New lork aeroplane "race" scheduled to begin here. - It waa announced that Eugene Ely will attempt to go the route, but that Willard. Poet aad Mc- Curdy will make merely tecbaical .tart a . JAebefter.l.rnn; Oct 1 Senator La Folic tt bad another good Bight, -lis ultimate recovery practically la as sured, according to the attending phy akiaaa. said estate. 4t , EDWARD MAKINS, Administrator. Saballtate for senate Tarrant Reae-law flan IS, a. A proposition to amend the constitu tion relating to the compensation of members of the Lea-lalatura. Resolved by the Legislature of tha mate or Kensaa, two-thlrda of tha membera elected to each bouae con curring therein: Section J. The following proposition to amend the constitution of the ataca of Kansas ta hereby submitted to the Qualified electoro of said state for thele approval or rejection, to wit The con stitution of the state of blaueaa la hereby amended by atrlhlr.a out - tha t-nlc of section I of artiule ! if a. id eonetitutton aad Inset .lo In Meu of aatd section the followinc. which shall . constitute aeetlon S af article f ef tiis constitution: Sec. S. The membera of the legislature shall receive aa cent- ?enaatlon for their aervicee the aiim of lv hundred dollars for each reaular eeasloe of not leaa than alxty days and one hundred dollars for aaeh apecial aeaaton. and three eenta for each mile traveled by tha usual route In a-oiner to and returning from tne plaos or meeting. See. S. TMs proposition shall be sub mitted to tha electors of Ihla state at the general election tw be held in the year late for their approval or rejec tion. The amendment hereby proposed . hall be deetimated on the effk-laj baj- tot by tha following title: "Amendment te the constitution flilne- the enmnea- eatloa ef membera of the teeMelature st rive hundred dollars for rertilar and one handred dollars for afew-lal session na three cems par none mueaa-e," ana hall be voted for ar aaalnet as pro vided by law ander such title. See. 1. This resolution shall tawe ef fect end be In force from and after tta puhlfcathn In the etatute-boo. faaeen tne wnan esarcn a. i -fae1 the Hone Harch a, IMS. Approved Warrh It. MOS f herebv cerilfv that the forevilna- la teoe aed correct e-irr ef n-la'-va! atiV itute for Senate concurrent rwolotion t sw en li.e is n e--v- c r i . -. wv 1 y ruck. , . . Utw STMiry t If-ata,