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r, - -4 " PV"- rXiiUIDAY DDCSiaSSIt 3. 1S22 -FQTJiwTCHN PAGl?3..j ,1:" w t . PRICE MVn CITC. i , it- i i i it i i'i i i i i . ii i - -i ; l ii ii i 'J ii I . I i i f i ii i. i i i . i "l j ...j i ii i i ii ii ii -i "-it ii r UUo.UuL3LblJ.: U : Jl vUU ''in . . n " ; I K l U 0 " SSII IIUtJT iMLOOWEY, UNDERWAY Ueoorted Hiding ' Under ; X a M I Heavy Guard on uancn in New Mexico. 4 the United States marshal . ii c-i.j i i It epnngiieiu uas uccu uuu- fied of the communication bftvreen the Kotk Island po - lice deparunent and Sheriff , i. C. Wynn cf Farmmgton, N. M., relative to the where - abouts Of John Looney and requested to ask the United States marshal at Santa Fe, N. M., to investigate. The teleirsm received vesterdav! hv fChief of Police Wi.Iiam Fitz-: timmnhfl frnm RhftrifT Wvnn in- quiring if Looney was wanted, was turned over to William A. Schroder, Mslstant United States ttistrct at torney. He lmmedia.ely ,commun-J fcatfd, with the marshal's office at i Isringfield, believing that the in-j formation from , Karmington is! north putting federal officers on; ht trail. Mr. Schroder said this orn'ng that the United States marshal at Santa Fe will be in- tracted to iret In touch with sKbt- Wynn and learn what ' informal lion that official has about Looney. i as soon as Chief FItzsimraons re- dived the telegram from SFarm- be prevented by interior - politics Ini on he wired his reply, stat'ug , from attending next Tuesday's con tkat Looney was wanted on sthfe fcrenee of premiers in: Paris, asd federal warrants. Late yestur- It. was' added that Signor Musso- oaXi-Mlllopii Jr, .Wynu. re-- piled, his second telegfanT: to Rock Island follows: . ' "Will be very difficult matter to tn money, we want posiuve nnince oi reward. He is : well klddin In a veiy rough p ace." The Irs. telegram of inquiry from Shctiff Wynn asked if a reward bad been ,oifered for Looney 's cap lure. , ' Farmington, N. M is between 75 nd lO) miles west of Monera, N. M., where Looney receives his mail addressed to Horje Lake ranch, his !uperiy. Morse Lake ranch is ap- uunaieiy 4u miles south of the wruer line ot Colorado and in the jastern part of Aew Mexico. The an that Chief Fitzsimmons re- 'T? reply to his telegram. -uu.H was aaaressed to Sheriff wynn at Farm'ngton tends to dis courage the theory that the sher iffs name might have been used by wne one else. District Attorney Schroder be neves that the reliability of the in wmation from Farmington can t be determined by speedy in !gtlon by federal officers. If Weriff Wynn can cast any light on J-ooney'i hiding place, Mr. Schro tt ii confident the United States marshal at Santa Fe can receive it d act accordingly without consid ering a reward. He has also re Jested the Springfield office to in Jlte the department of Justice to "patch operatives immediately to the vicini.y of Horse Lake TUch. Accord in senroder has received, Looney is hiding on his ranch in a n.,tu ,1 Urly wild locality. It is known ,,jat that section of New Mexico is ,r -..u, SiaiBi7 bciuhu siretcn ot s heard that Looney is entrench- fc - ( w.ua WUl oau ue in a hill on his land and has (Continued on Page Twelve.) - JONESBORO, ILL, SWEPT BY FIRE Jonesbont. Til.. Don ' 28 Seven Durness establishments here were ( sitroyedKby fire ot undetermined ' igin last night. The property tn was estimated at more than v,000. Fire deDSrtments, 6t An Carbondale wt MurphysbOro, , . jwa cauea. . t- ' ' r ' ' ''; ?HOTOS SHOW. ATOMS SHOOT THROUGH AIE -. : W. D. Harkins of the fnl JrBity of Chicago,' In a' paper Wivered yesterday, -before . the werican Physical soe'ety, held t he, in collaboration with n, had ebUlned 10.004 pho raphs showing the tracks pro Hed by atoms shooting through ir at a speed 30.000 times tr than th . awiffaMt rifl " 'I ' tto" ZEt, f?mmncealm.tnt .to Preferred stock. The railroad pro . Ise fam.,Ilar wlth its!08eis to nge the new securities in Trtijxpsd by . Pcaturv pt, ; Dec. . 28.-CharIes Flnley, niin nmlner is reported 1m1bk. In . Are . which' started In tlA Ldrinstoa UII.I coal mine at 5 o'clock fhis''jnorning. 'All the thin- era escaped Thft (Ira Btartod frnm an avnln. jelon whje Finley was la the mine iittimniug .reTious 10 tne -men golr,r to work. Ed 'Hewitt, male feeder, .was with Finley, Hewitt J waa, hurled bont- forty-feet, and ed to the shaft and gaye the signal. ruieen:inon enierea me mine to j00ff fori Fj,iey. but could nol search b'ecaose of the gas. Several mayor .01 Bier s Rouge, La., stand without his cane and he even f the men wore overcome, but res-. today46st hfs fight for imTne. ,' wf"cs ew.JBte,Pf ta, hls Kien ; mW ,h.M WS? springuel was called. ,pus, proceedings. He was : Abreast of Affairs. - ; Atl o'clok the nrne rescue' remanded "Without I preju-.) . And there are evidences that his Iual nd not arrived. -All hope of dice" t'giye the Louisiana stronger physical condition is per- Sd"8 V" opportuiuty ' to..". toUow,ns 01 The' mine. is SO .feet deep, the iresetheir Case.'. v . . Wilson has been writing letters second, deepest in the state. The j Dr. McKoin was arrested here on public questions notably on the Are is said to be about 1,500 feet, last Tnesdav at . th rpnnsat of !,ate elections. Also his Armistice of the shaft. PREMIERS MEET WITHOUT ITAI TtZ'Arm c 1 1 I 1 1 U V I , 1 1 fl Mm I , j A dispatch from Attorney General Dec"- 28-j-(Bv'the AsHfir)-! Pnria ated Press) Reports received by the French foreign .attire nt ron- versations with Prentier Mussolini in Rome, were said today to Indi-. cate that the Italian nremier mav , Jinv expressed an vainest desire, to be asairrsQ 4bat the ParU eohler jence would accoraplish something toward final aattlement of the rep- as-arationa praoiem. BETTER TODAY 1 Paris, JDec.'g.--tBy the- Associ- ated Press.) The condition of Sarah Bernhardt showed- . marked , improvement today. The doctors believe she is out of danger, but :he must remain in bed for some davn. Hrhim m week ; Madame Bernhardt received her son, Maurice, this morning. Coincident with the improvement in the actress' condition, her aged butler, Arthur, who has been with her for 45 years, has become seri ously ill. He was stricken with pneumonia as a result of his long night vigils to attend. Madame Bernhardt 's needs. -. . APPROVE GREAT VESTER II BONDS Washington. Dec. 2S.-rPerjnIsslon was granted , the Chicago, Great Western railroad today by the inter state commerce commission .to is sue $1,026,000 In 4 per cent first mnr.9 hnnii. ..d ts .tuinnnn In acquiring an outstanding issue o: i (12,000,000 in 4 per cent bonds or the Mason City & Fort Dodge rail road, which is a subsidiary of the Great Western. AUDIT SUSPENDED .Y.STOCFIBM Kansas Clty Mo, Dec 28. - 4 comittee representing the creditors of Houston, Ftble & Co., suspended Dec. 18, from membership in the New Vork stock exchange, planned to submit an audit of the company's affairs to a meeting of more than 100 creditors here today.- . - Fair tonight and Friday. Rising temperature , , - Hixhest .temmra.tnr' vMter!lair. 31; lowest last night. 23. , - 1 ; Wind- velocity at 7 a. mi 9 miles per hoHT. . ' , ' Precipitation, none., , J.'. t ' ' 12m. 7p.m. 7a.m Dry balk temp.. .29 . 27 'i IS fyin. Wet bwjb temp... 28 J 5 . 22 Relative humid... S5 83 8fr ' - River stage at 7 a. m.,X4 rise cf .1 kt Ji hoort., w) , x Sunset today. i:S9 b- bl: aanrit tomorrow, 7:31. a. u. ' . j ' ; ANDREW H AMRICK. i ' - ' - VetoprologUt - berihiaudtis : . n ! THE WEATHER L irrd'fmrr.. JUUIU tIEADEQ FOR FEUDTIUAL Former Mer Ejge Maiysr Denied Habeju Cdr '.4r:ns EeleaSf. -, V Baltimore, Md., Dec. 28. n rt i r". j- : u- v.Jan. jTnnertiy paralyzed. Wilson now Is able to lr.r r .. """y speech to admirers gathered at: Governar Parker of Louisiana, who, hlB home reall h. nnt accused' him of murder: in connec tion with the Morehouse parish kid naping last August - Three Judges of the Baltimore - supreme bench General Coco of Louisiana to State's Attor- . vnctv T'iAh aratojl th.t Tl Mj.tr tin ' formally has been charged i withihearts of the rank. and file of his the murder of Watt Daniel ;;and nomas Kicharde. The dispatch a""" "t a deputy sheriff was on bis ? M Baltimore with the nec- 'u w w- ' fitate Xajr Shaw Hd. r ' Bastrop, La..Dec. 28.--Chief in tereat in the Morehouse kidnaping i'case was shifted today to New'or-i Parker Wa' to confer with Attorney-General Coco and Special Proa eculor 8t.Clair Adams, appointed by the goTqrfior to assist tho attorney-general's oitlce in present ing .the state's case at the open hearing to be held here Jan. 5. to' discuss jMlicies to be adopted vat the hearing? - ' -. : A warrant for the -arrest of Dr. B. M. McKoin, who is held in Balti more at the request of Governor Parker, was issued here yesterday on instructions from Attorney General Cocov Tlie issuance of the warrant, it Was believed by state officials here,': would make it, nec essary . for tite State -to show its hand by producing whatever evi dence it may have against the doc-' tor in its attempt to nave him brought to Loaisiana. Advices from Baton Rouge stated that requisi tion papers would be issued as soon as the warrant was received here. ' The masked mob Which kidnaped Danieje and Richards was compos-! ed of 75 men, according to one. in vestigator. Members of the mob. investigators asserted, came from the parishes of Morehouse. Oua chita. West Carroll, Richland and Franklin .'and from two counties jn- Arkansas, The W entity of practi cally veay member of the mob, it was said, is known to the authori ties, and it, was expected that many more arrests - in addition to those already made "will follow as the In vestigation -proceeds. ' -r In Jail ky tiiesiayv V x ! Special Deputy Sheriff L. E. Cal houn of Bastrop,- who left here late yesterday for Baton Rouge to- get requisition papers for -the return ot Dr. McKoin, was expected to reach the capital this morning. -'" ' Sheriff Carpenter of Morehouse said the deputy would probably leave Baton Rouge tonight for Bal timore with : the papers, ' and ex pressed the opinion that ; McKoin would be in. the parish Jail here by Tuesday, ; v ,. w .. ,'' , District Judge Odonf today' said no date had beensset for a prelim inary trial for former Deputy Sher iff Jeff Burnett, theflrst man ar rested in the ease. The open hear ing is set for Jan. 5. .; . . ROCKFQRD DOY ELECTROCUTED " k r- . Rockford, 111.. Dec. 28 Bernard Sczetech, years old, was electro cuted this morning while trying to suspend a Wire swing, from a afreet railway high tension line carrying 28.000 volts. .-j ' . OIlEFintllS DEflDslBIM ' LouisviUa. Ky.. Dec. 28. One nre- man was killed and 18 other la- Jured following 4-htmr fight test, night with fire which guUed a 4-1 story building to the heart of the busineas district 'The loss was aa-l Omated U t00.0, ) - " Political Spotlight Is on Woodrow WilsbnToday as He Reaches 66tih; Birthday BT HARBT BUST. 1 Washington. Dec; J8. His 66th j birthday: anniversary, Dec. 28. 1922, finds Woodrow Wilson again on the ' J edge of the political spotlight .. , woetner thatpotligfet ajgain will swing to put the former president in the center of its radiance is to many the' most engaging question before America today. ' , I - There seems little doubt that Wilson today is physically , better than at any time since his collapse in 11. - i 1 j8 " Though his left side still is part-! concede defeat in the cause in which he sacrificed his health, and indlcated ' his expectation , that f American parncipauon in worw ai fairs would become the dominating issue in 1824. .-- - Wilson' nnanestionablv; is the leader of the Democratic; party to- Hav T4ia hnlit'nti tha mn)o anrf party naspeen strengthenefl by bis illness ana ny the difficulties , In which the world has found itself the laht two years. . WU1 Guide 1924 Policies. ' , It 'seems certain Wilson will lay down the lines on which tfie Demo cratic party will attempt its come- : and that his Influence most powerful. "But lot his remaining; seated," iurj eeqaty eonrt aeqnits Julias ' Duyveajonek, , farmer Rock n Island bar owner, ef remug of bMtlqrgtmi.'. V Jaaie a. Voraa elected pres. aent of the Reek blind Real ton' board, v-, : Xrs. Edaa Davis held ander ' $MM bond on assault enarfe endlnjr ooteeme of wounds of ' John Barns, negro convict she . shot-when ne attempted to en-. ; tor her apartment. - . Charles Smith, escaped Wn tortown kosnital patient, found dead In . shack on Campbell's ; lelajnt by boy hunters. John Slebrandt, Joslfn farm, er, killed when pinned under overtnmed aatoBOblle. . Acting on information that John Looney is hiding nnder ' Sard on TStw Mexico ranch, leml officials order marshals to ran kirn down and arrest: him. Looney's daughter claims , when she last saw him he was . in a Denver hospital. City Attorney John K. Scott . Is retased privilege of holding conference with former Chief of Police Thomas Cox in Me- line city Jan. :,'f V H. S. Mosher, chief ia VestJ. -gator for the attorney general, arrived with' staff to begin , preparaUoas : for trials of Mr sons - ia dieted In vice probes. . Trials expected to berla second - week taJannary. r Jr..- I JfEW PBOHIBITIOK AG EXT. East St. Louis, III., "Dec. 28. M. C. Carson pf Decature. 111., has been appointed prohibition field agent hero to succeed J. E. Sarley, who recently was made chief field agent with headquarters at -Chicago: . . - THE ANNUAL ; YEAR-END ; ..EDITION . . V-. ,. 1 . . - ....of.. . THE ARGUS C . Will Appear . Saturday, Dec 30. - ; l u . -' - ' complete review of the last 12 months the most- Btirrihjf of. the -'citjrVJiistoiy-rwiH- be, "prcaenfed. " Orders for exr copies should be plaead lat The ArcTUs business officei J ' 1 -i i . '. V .v -- , Today In City ' : " " ' " 1 . - . - . - ... - -- , . -.. .rf-.- 'wi 4 J2T f f A -7, ntii - j WOODBOW WILSON. said Georges Clemenceau after his recent call on. the ex-president, "he was the same Wilson I knew' in Paris. . Slightly fatter, -. nothing else. He showed himself thorough ly abreast of affairs." ' Of Wilson's, famous 14 points his creed for ' establishing world peace Clemenceau said: . ... "Yes. I mentioned them." And Witoott' -face lit' op. He was a Arm' believer in their ultimate tri umph." ' , NEWPARLEV IS OPPOSED DY HARDING Declares B ora h P lan ; Would Embarrass the ! .Adirumstration. Washington, Dec. 28 (By the Associated : Press.) President Harding nsked the senate today not to adopt Senator Borah's proposal -for a - new international eco nomic conference, saying in a ' ' letter; to Repubtican Leader Lodge that formal congressional action on the subject now "would em barrass am in negotiations he already -is - conducting looking to such a conference. ; The president, letter was sent to Senator- Lodge for presentation during the senate's second-day. of debate on the - Borah proposal, Which is embodied in- aa amend ment to the naval appropriation bill. : ' ,; The president - acted directly ' to block senate ..action after, he. had' consulted with Secretary-Hughes, and after Senator : Lodge tad vis ited the White house and had re ported on -the progress made in the determined "light already being waged against the Borah '.amend ment by administration leaders in the senate. ,-; :;;,-.'-f . -V :, ' - Asks Commission Belief.' v ' 'Without, disclosing n details of what he is doing, the president sug gested that congress might be helpful by freeing thejiandj of the allied debt cemmissiot. He also . (Continued on Pago Twelve.) tlAILBEiiS l East St; Louis.-m. Dee 28.--District Attorney Potter announced today that ISarl Bishop and. James Connors, serving : sentences after conviction in federal court at Dan ville . on charges of participating ia the robbery of the HsiUdaysboro posteffice, had applied tor presiden 't'ai pardons .t ; U grounds that ithayvrete not KaiRjr. and that cer- ; tain testimony against them was SEEK PARDONS New Crisis Faces Near East Meet Lausanne, Dec. 28. (By The As , soclated Press.) The Near East i conference was faced with a serious erisis today as the sharp and ap t parently irreconcillable conflict, be tween the-English and Turks over the Mosul- oil- fields reached a de cisive stage. ' Lord Curzon's statement that "the turning point of the conference had come," and that England would . decline to continue the Mosul con- trnvirv ma In flimnt mnflii vtt Ismet Pasha's note asserting that tne Turusn people had decided to "employ to the last limit of its forces all means to obtain the re turn of Mosul to the Motherland.". Between these, two extremes there is a gulf which seems likely to be difficult,, if not impossible for the conference to bridge. .-. , Great - - uneasiness is manifest throughout - conference circles be-1 cause of the crisis, which with the I wiMCluramui V. l-UC IJUCDUUUa Ul U1C ' 1UOUI. UUU BUB - B UirH lUCVUSJT . 'straits and .minorities, is fast ap-jThe police reported 'here was no j proaching a climax and that both visible move by any alleged plot sides are preparing for a final show- ters last night r - HnoMMn.., A tA MAn..n It... down.',.-? - The meetmg of the commission ' of, capitulations failed to make, progress at today's session: Some1 of the Allied delegations on leav-! ing the hall said the conference had reached a deadlock pending the ar rival of the new Turkish instruc tions from Angora, ' TEACHERS OF STATE bEMAND TAX REFORMS Revaluation of All - Property in Illinois Is Ur ged. Springfield, 111., Dec. 28. (By the Associated Press.) A revaluation of all property in Illinois ajs to its fair value, the creation of a system of corporation taxes, and a general income tax were included in reso lutions 'presented to the Illinois State Teachers' association in its 69th annual convention here today. Tne resolutions committee also was to urge the association to favor a $20,000,000 state distributive fund. Among other resolutions prepar ed by the ! resolutions committee under the direction of its 'chair man, O. L. Manchester of Normal, were the following: . Strengthening the certification requirements, giving more atten tion to matters of health and so cial hygiene ffi the schools; giving the teacher a permanent tenure of her position after three years' ser vice; demanding the same measure ,ot freedom for normal schools as is given the state university in ex pending appropriations made for specific purposes; making illegal interstate traffic of inflammable films. . . .. Election Of officers is scheduled for tomorrow morning. IVRECK INQUIRY HITS TRAINMEN Peoria. 111., Dec. 28. Violation of a rule of the railroad by the con ductor, flagman and 'porter of one train, is held responsible for the near-disaster when two Rock Is land passenger . trains collided head-on at Mossville, near here, last Saturday. Only two slight in Jury claims resulted. - Official investigation of - the Wreck at Chicago, resulted in the dismissal . of the conductor, flag man' and porter, according to V. H. Hagelbarger, - trainmaster ot the Rock Island Lines, stationed at Peoria."- The men belonged, to the crew of No. 208, Chicago-bound, the other train being No. 207. Leaders Put Question of U. S. Policy to President BT DATID LAWRENCE. jing with Senator Borah of Idaho, (Copyright 1922. by The Argus.) (another Republican, to let the pres : Washington. D. C. Dec 28. The 1 ,aent refrain from embar- jt-. ... vw!rB8,nR hlm resojutlons. that S1"""."" ""'J .-. Who shall conduct the foreign pol wiia ana i Mtniur ma mra-iorn vaii- icy of the United States govern ment toe senate or the president? It was only" a little over three yean ago when in the midst of negotia uun on we paixoiine cniei execu!BOt nartiaan thnni-h th. n.. toVfEouf tion on the part of the chief execu treafy "wotiinX bTratiiei: , ToH,. tntnr iH j the,round nwto.eniaodn, .ii plead- JOHN SIEBRANDT KILLED INSTANTLY I'JIlEf OfM GEAR DITCHES HIS AUTO POLICE BLOCK BOMB PLOTS AT COLUMBUS, G A. . s Wholesale D C St TUC- Hon Is Planned in Southern City. Columbus, Ga.. Dec. 28. The Muscogee county grand Jury cod vened today in extraordinary ses sion to investigate the alleged bomb . plot ' unearthed yesterday which caused the police to place guards around the homes of the five city commissioners, an anart- I. .. 1 1 m . The police continued today to round up suspects and It isasaid that they were, ready to present to the grand Jurors full details of the so-called plot, which they claimed had been formulated to bring about wholesale destruction here. Marshal Morton, a city commis sioner, in a Hiaiemeui iaai . nigni claimed the alleged plbtters had planned their first attack early to day. He said he based bis state ment on. what had taken place at a meeting of the' alleged plotters held Tuesday bight in a local ceme tery. In his statement he Intimated that the authorities have the names of-wvery - man who attended the meeting. . Another meeting - bad been -planned for yesterday.-but the activity of the police was be lieved to . have called off this session. . Some time ago three men as saulted H. Gordon Hlnkle, . then acting city manlger. , . v On the night of May 21, last the home of Mayor Dimon was dyna mited. These acts were regarded as a protest of the lawless element against the commission form of mu nicipal government and against the policy of law enforcement inaugu- rated. i - STAR DESERTS Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 28. Mary Miles Minter, motion picture act ress, has left the home of ber mother, Mrs. Charlotte Shelby, and nas set up ber own establishment, according to a story printed in the Los Angeles Times today. A re port is current, according to the Times, that "mother and daughter have quarreled." 1 Interviewed at her new home. Miss Minter said her mother was iideal," bat -admitted: "It is true, we have quarreled, but we had . only motherly and daughterly quarrels, such as hap pen in any family. I wanted a home of my own where I could do the funny little things I like to do, and I got me one." Miss Minter said she would be 21 years oldnext April. At the Shel by residence, inquiries about Miss Minter met - with the statement, "She was out en location." RIVER MAN ENDS LIFE WITH GUN Keokuk,' Iowa, Dec. 28. Ira E. Spangler, manager' of the Decker Manufacturing company and prom inent in Mississippi river motor boating affairs, shot ' and killed himself last night. ... - might be nremature or mieht seam - . . " ' even remotely to commit him to a course of action which he might find it advantageous to America to postpone.;- - , ,.'- jt . The explosion in the aenat la f u adSil-S "XSrtrZl u fundamental quarrel pm- ; itanUnued on Page Twelve,) . , On His Way to Moliae on . Business When Oyer-. . taken by Death. John F. Siebrandt, 64 years, prominent Hillsdale farmer, was killed, and his i brother, Martin Siebrandt, and Nephew, Henry Schultz, were seriously injuredJr at ' 9 :S0 this morning when their' automobile upset von ' the Hillsdale road, nine miles east of Watertown. : .''. Mr. Siebrandt - died fifteen or twenty minutes after the 'accident occurred, and before a physician . reached the spot. Martin Siebrandt is in a criticab condition because of shocje. ' Whether or not he is in ternally injured has not been den nitly determined. Mr. Schnltse is in a dazed condition, but It is not believed that be is as seriously hurt as Martin Siebrandt. His left collar bone was fractured. Coroner John F, Maberry con- " ducted an inquest at the farm homo of Ambrose Searl, near the aite of the tragedy, and the Jury returned a verdict that death was due to shock caused by .internal injuries. John Siebrandt was at the wheel of the Ford touring car, which, ac cording to Schultxe, was traveling at a slow rate ot speed. They were dttvingvto Moline to look after socio business relative to the closing of the estate of Mrs. Emma Seller, sister to the Slebrandta, who died' only last week. Happens Quickly. Schultre says that the accident happened so quickly that he did not . know what occurred. It appta that the front wheels locked and turned tht car completely over. The steering vneel was broken, and it is believed that John Siebrandt re ceived the fatal injuries when be was thrown against the wheel as the machine upset' The automo bile Was badly damaged. S.' R. Grinde. 936 Forty-fifth street Rock Island, was the first to reach the scene of the accident He said that Schultxe was bent over the limp form trying to rouse ilio man, and that Martin Siebrandt was i attempting to raise himself to his feet from a position near the rear of the car. . - John Siebrandt was carried into the home of Ambrose Searl about. 200 yards ajvay, and he breathed hi last) as his clothes were being re- moved from his body. Martin Sie brandt and Schultxe were assisted into the House, where their injuries were cared for by Dr. J. M. Bruner of Port Byron. Shock Cnnses Death. ' There were no etxerlor marks on the body, J)r. Bruner said, and he gave his opinion that death waa caused by shock of internal injur ies. Schultze said that he and Martin Siebrandt were in the back seat of the machine talking. He told the jury 'that be did not realize what happened until he ' found himself' on the ground. John F. Siebrandt was born in Hampton township on Jan. 27. 185:1. He had resided on a farm in the up- ) per end of Rock Island all his life. ny inriii ana nara wotk ne ana nis brothers bad acquired land hold ings of considerable proportions lu the upper section of the county, and had risen to a place high in the es timation of the community. Mr. Siebrandt was never married. He is survived by two brothers, Martin and Albert' or Hillsdale, two sisters,- Mrs. Mary' Heerin of Port Byron and Mrs. Anna Slefken of East Moline. ANOTHER SAFE IS BOBBED AT PEORIA Peoria, 111., Dec 28. Robbers continuing their . holiday, offensive here wrecked the safe at a postal sub-station in the J. Littleneld drag store and escaped with $60 In cash and stamps last night The robbers also took toilet articles and cigarets valued at ,100. D.EEAZIS SHE IS ON FD2E; WAXES - UP; IT IS TBUE Peoria, IU., Dec 28. Mrs, Mary Richards today believes In dreams. Last night she fell asleep by n stove and dreaming that aha waa engulfed bv flames. threw np her. handn to protect herself. . Her hands were burn ed by real flame and she waa Uwakoned in time to save her life. . Mer hair waa badly nlnsndJ 1 5, ,4' .