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SIXTIETH YEAR. NO. 83.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1911. -TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
HAD LIST OF
City Attorney of Danville
Said to Have Con
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Sunday for Rock
Island, Davenport, Moline,
Cloudy tonight and Sunday, colder
tonight with the lowest temperature
tonight about 5 or 10 above zero.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 17. Highest
yesterday 40, lowest last night 17.
Velocity 'of wind at 7 a. m. 6 miles
Precipitation .01 Inch.
Relative humidity at 7 p. m. 92, at 7
a. m. 87.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
1 ERBSTEIN IS
pered "Stick," a prearranged signal,
while he was serving on the Browne
The first trial ended Dec. 1 with the
'Jury hopeless!v deadlocked. The pres
ent trial was begun Jan. 5. Prior to
ita opening Erbsteia obtained delays
on technical grounds.
At Least so Chicago Jury
Decided After Second
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Sun sets 5, rises 7:14: moon rises 12:27 !
a. nx: 1:12 a. m., eastern time, moon
at last qnarter. Sun's declination.
QQgy 000 j 1908 dcTees 8onth of celestial eqat-
ECHO OF BROWNE CASE
Salary but $2,400 for Two
Years Even Sheriff Does
Not Deny Corruption.
Work of Day in Congress
"Washington, Jan. 21. Following are
the proceedings briefly told of the two
houses of congress yesterday.
Was Accused of Having Paid
Juror McCutchen to Hold
Out for His Client.
Chicago, Jan. 21. Charles E. Erb-
MORTON IS BURIED
Funeral of Late Head of Equit
able Life Held With Public
Service at Church.
SUCCESSOR IS DISCUSSED
Several Mentioned as Liikely to Be
Favored, Among Them Being
Xew York, Jan. 21. The funeral of
Paul Morton, late president of the
Equitable Life Assurance society took
place this afternoon at St. Thomas
Episcopal church. Fifth avenue. Prior
Danville. 111.. Jan. 21. City At
torney Frank Jones, it is alleged, has
confessed to buying votes at the last
election, and will go before the
grand Jury and give details.
Jones, who managed Sheriff MHra.nt
Rhepard'a campaign, said he bought j
a large number of votes for Fhep- ;
ard, and had kept, a list of nam' !
and the amounts paid. Though he.
recently destroyed it. he thought he
could remember most of them.
Jones says there is no doubt in his
mind hundreds of men sold their
votes and are known to the various
candidates and politicians and they!
should be made to tell of them.
Jones admits he used money in his j
own election, perhaps $8,000. Hisj
office pays $1,200 a year and is for
Will. OT rnVFRSS.
Sheriff Shepard. it is said, admits
buying votes but says he will nut j
confess to the grand jury, as it'
would be impossible to secure a Jury
to convict any man who bought votes. I
. i . : . . 1 : 1 .. ..u i
SETK Tli" nr tnort to te employ- "riu iuu.i-j ikji. Buwl ui vimis". nubile service there pro hripf
i4 in tn Action of number of that;or bribery growing out of his defense :to this pnb,lc 9P"1c& tnere er Dr'er
body was ronpidor"1 by the senate yes- , n . . . . Inrivate services at the Morton resi-
tfrdav. Pfnator Rayner of Maryland ,w tee diuu ai ine eiiu hi uu
maflp the principal pr-fecli. opposing the
amcnrl:iir.( ofTi-red by Senator Suther
land to tiie resolution caJllng for elee
tion hy direct vote of the p.ple of th
various Mates. Mr. Sutherland's amend
ment providing oongrrefsiona 1 control of
the mnrMnerv of su-h elections. Psr-
in the debate that ensued were
Senators Brown. Sutherland, and Ba
con. An extended speech In opposition
to the ocean mal' bounty bill was made
bv Senator Burton, who was frequently
interrupted hy Senator UalUnRcr. a
warm advocate.. Senator Cummins also
opposed the measure.
HOITSE In the bouse the postoffloe
appropriation bill was under consider
ation throughout the day.
second trial late yesterday afternoon. Idence. The pallbearers were made up
It took the Jury, which for two weeks jof those who were actively associated
Senators Burrows and
Heyburn Balk Move
to Set Date.
SAY MANY WOULD TALK
Evident That Direct Election of
Upper House Members
Will Be Fought.
lea for its deposit, was knocked out of
the postofflce appropriation bill In the
When the paragraph was reached a
dozen members were on their feet
clamoring for recognition to make a
point of order against it. Mr. Gold
fogle of Xew York got the chairman's
eye first and his point was sustained.
DEMAND IS MET
Miners Pleased With Admis
sion of Western Federa
tion of A. F. of L.
HEARS OF A
Senate Investigators Probe
AVERTS PROMISED CLASH; EMPLOYERS IN PACT
F.ffcct Will He to Strengthen All Or
gani.atcons lepartnicnt of
Mine Xow Certain.
Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 21. Atinounce-
oard of the
of Labor at
uiL6iuu, i. w.c """mmt that tl.n -vf:it;.A
. -1 . T- -i 1.J - mnnlrM.i.a
Lwa- or-nmsr .ra A morion EVHnratlmi
consent mat a vote oe lasen on me , Wash.ington yesterday had granted a
Lonmer case Jan. 31. Burrows op- K .
posed the motion, hei.-g of the opinion PlMl.tln1 n. ,fln,ra a ro(.t..i
so tnany senators desire to speak plpa8nre ft niRht b. ?ha 1.40
Employes Too Active in Union
Find It Impossible to Se
delegates now In Co'imuu attending .,..,. ...
... ., - ... ,- . , investigating committee
MERELY AN EXPEDIENT
War Department Endeavoring
to Train State Militia in
Use of Field Artillery.
SOON TO BE IMPORTANT
Appropriation Made for Purchase of
Guns o J:jnt lOmainpuieut
Near St. Joseph. Mo.
Washington, Jan. 21. The war de-
PKOPOISE M MKKTIMK.
Mayor Flatt is willing and anxious
that a mass meeting be held for the
purpose of considering this matter.
He says he will attend, and thinks
every other candidate should do the
ame. Mavor Piatt was elected near
ly two years ago and it was asserted I partment is endeavoring to meet the
at. the time a great deal of money j demands of the national guard for in
was spent In hiB behalf but he has 1 6tructioa ln the USe of ne)(i artillery,
always Insisted that if any votes ,Tflis arm of the mn:tja aervice aeema
were bought he knew nothing of it. iiUelv to Deconie more Important In the
SHBitnT destroyed list. immediate future, owins to the allow
Sherlff Shepard said he had keptlance by congress of liberal appropria-
a list of names of men he purchased it ions for the purchase of new guns for
up until a few days ago, when he
destroyed them. When asked if he
would go before the grand jury the
sheriff stated he would not. When
told he might be granted immunity
if he made a confession to that body,
lie stated he had nothing to fear and
that if there was an indictment re
turned against him. it would be im
possible to secure a Jury in this
-t ounty to convict any man w ho ,
bought votes. I
ISSL'ES lOO Sl'BPOKN.45.
fOLIl ATKB OX EKCAMPMEMT.
Washington, Jan. 21. The war depart
ment does not view with favor the
project for a joint encampment of the
nationnl guards of Nebraska, Kansas,
Missouri, Oklahoma and possibly Iowa,
in September at I,ake Contrary, near
St. Joseph, Mo. It Is believed no ma
terial benefit would be derived so far
as field instruction is concerned, by as
sembling in one camp the militia of
several spates. There would be no 'had been sifting evidence offered by
the convention of the I'uifed Mine;
orkers of America. I
The action of the executive board Is
believed here to have been broubi
about by tlip threat mad"! ' the con
vention of miners in Columbus to with
draw from the American F'Meration
unless the western metal and ore min
ers were given an in1r.-;irial chatter,
the same as held by the 1". M. V. of A.
Chicago, Jan. 21. A mass of evi
dence in the form of affidavits has
placed before the state senate
maintain a blacklist against the gar
ment workers whose union affilia
tions are regarded as Inimical to th
TIIKt WOllK TOI.F.TIIKII.
It is stated the makers of ready
made clothing belong to the National
Clothiers' association, and that tho
made-to-measure tailors are organ
ized as the Americnn Wholesale Tai-
ine cnarter nan to De given lors' association. For the purpose of
western miners before our c nveni ton . the alleeed blacklist, however, tt
here adjourned, or we would have
withdrawn from the A. F. of L.." said
President Tom I Lewis last night.
Because the color line was drawn
alleged the two associations are.
bound together by an actuary whose
sanction must be obtained before
members of either organization will
on delegates at the .Normandle ho- employ garment workers. The ar
tel In the use of the passenger eleva- j tuary keeps a complete record of
tor. International Secretary Perry . workmen, particularly w ith reference
moved his headquarters to the Metro ! to strikes and unionism. It Is al-
WESTERNERS MI ST RtTIFV
Washington, Jan. 21. The admis-
RKKl l".l KMPl.Ol MET.
The affidavit of one William
sion into the American Federation of : an- states ne was rerusea empioy
J Labor of the Western Federation of - ment In Chicago because he was In
I Miners is to be on equal terms -with!tne b,ack book of st- Loul" Noy.
ithe United Mine Workers of America, i ers- Others tell Bimilar stories.
The policy agreed upon by the A. F. of
L-.,:x:ru:t co?ci! wl" nr lui REACH AGREEMENT
uimru I nits f tdici u r cuci aiiuu ui j
Miner for ratification. The effect of I
rnting the. charter wMlj)e the, esUb- . ,
lishment of a mining department un-
der the Jurisdiction of the American ! V. H. Commissioners and Those From
Federation of Labor.
FINM.Y GRANT HEM AND.
Washington, Jan. 21. After al
most three days of argument on the
! subject the executive council of the
i American Federation of Labor yes
terday afternoon decided to grant a
North Kettle Details of the
Washington. Jan. 21. The American
and Canadian reciprocity commission
ers held an executive session this nft-
icharter to the Western Federation 0f ;ernoon. At its conclusion It was an-
Taft I may call on you to save my friend. That fellow is trying to talk him to death.
T-w 41 1 Til Ion 0 1 fhio hnnHruil
...hnoenaei. for Vermillion county ol- ! mmander of the whole force, it is : ,e 8tate and ErDgtein, who conducted
iiicianb were issued by the vote fraud
'argued and consequently it would be!
i impracticable to have systematic and!
his own defense, just one hour to de-
grand jury yesterday afternoon direct-; (..).,rriir.;ltH instruction !cide that the accused lawyer had not
y after six of the wealthiest ; otii Kit kvikhimii-k katai. ' bribed Grant McCutchen, a member of
of Danville had appeared before the- ' iiitK MiMiiitLh iat.il. i ,
inquisitorial body. I It is not thought proper, either, that the jury in Browne a second trial,
Tho subnoenas were Dlaced in the "u" rm-omDmaiu buuuiu oe iieia m ; wnose lesumony rormea tne Dasis or
hands of deputy sheriffs for service and """JU"' " muvr "wpne. the charge against Erbstein.
were made returnable next Monday af
ternoon. According lo reports about
the court house, where the jury is sit
ting. olitieians of both parties and of
both high and low standing in the com
munity are named in the huge list.
They will be made to testify regarding
the alleged buying of thousands of
otes in SiK-aker Cannon's home bailiwick.
TAFT ON THE ROAD AGAIN
l;Nves for New York to .Attend a;
Couple of IVa.Hl.-.
Washington. Jan. 21. President
OH A FT SCARES FKATt'RES.
The two trials of Erbstein were
marked by spasmodic graft scares, in
one which State's Attorney Wayman
was the target of charges made by
Erbstein and laid before the Chicago
In the latter part of October rumors
were current on the North side that
jthe trial of Browne was likely to have
Home tighter rnn in the nmspriitinn of KrhKtoin
W as Staying Wheu Shot, 111 i who, with Patrick H. O'Donnell and W.
erate in any way in such encampment
or tournaments. j
OF KETCHEL FAILS
'Kersoii. at Whose
with Morton tin various business enter
prises. TALK OF St'f TESSOR.
Comment concerning Morton's suc
cessor as head of the Equitable con
tinues active. Among the names most
mentioned are those of W .W. Day.
vice president of the company; Charles
Miners on equal terms with the one
now held by the United Mine Work
ers of America.
Charles II. Moyer, president of the
Western Federation of Miners, who
had been looking after the interests
of that organization before the coun-
the subject the date was too early for a; en, was told of the action taken by
vote. Then Beverldge proposed Feb. the executive council at the after-
7. but Heyburn objected and the de-' noon i SPSsion anl expressed himself
in arcorn wun ine xerinB.
DIRECT ELECTION OIlOSKI.
Washington, Jan. 21. The resolu
tion for the direct election of I'nit-i
D. Norton, who is about to surrender ed States senators was the chief top-!
his position as secretary to President i ,c " discussion in the senate yes-'
Taft, and George W. Perkins. Gage ; terday and it was at once apparent j Leading
E. Tarbell, the last named of whom re-,tn?t tne ohief danger to the success
tired from the company after several'0' tne measure is that it will be
loaned down with
years' service as vice president to be
come organizer of the agency force.
Agree Upon Changes in
nounced an agicement was reached
but details were not given out. Tho
terms will be made public at both
Washington and Ottawa, probably
a Itcsult of Trial. '
- S. Forrest, defended the minority lead-
Marshfield. Mo, Jan. 21 The de-
STHt ( K HACK.
Erbs'cin was indicated Nov.
HOPED WIFE WOULD
BREAK NECK IN AUTO
Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. 21. The
only sensation in the Schenk case to
day occurred when Mrs." Jane
Hedges, testifying for the defense,
The said Schenk, expressed a wish to her
that it will be rejected.
of the resolution looking to the elec-i GO INTO EFFECT AT ONCE
ition of United States senators by di-j
I rect vote or tne people, that reso-1
ilution yesterday became the subject'
; of general debate in the senate au.(1.
the debate served to indicate the;
chief danger threatening the suc
cess of the resolution.
HAAXKIt CHIEF SPEAKER.
Senator Rayner was the chief
OPPOSE LEASE OF
ISLANDS TO U. S.
Guayaquil. E uadork Jan. 21.-
President-elect Estrada and a milli
liter of prominent citi.ens today dis
cussed the intimation from the I'nlt
ed Stfltes that the Calapagos islands
might be leaded for 89 years for $1.1.
OOO.ooo. Those present were unan
imous in the opinion Mich a proposal
should be rejected as acceptance
would be unpatriotic.
One .Make Kate Where Goods Are
Transferred Same as in Contin
New York. Jan. 21.' The princl-
15 Years for Murder,
Chippewa Kail.-?, Wis.. Ian. 21. Mis
Annie Sutherland, convbtcd of nvir
dering her husband, was denied a ivv
trial today and sentenced to lj yearn
in the penitentiary.
New Secretary to Taft.
Washington, Jan. 21 Chailcs !
llilles. assistant M-cir-tary of Hie treas
ury, was today offered llin potd'ion of
have completed an arrangement
lpn:p In Ihp tru riF Un lr Tim Av onH....... j . , . - , . 1 . . i i . - . . t i . .1 . . t v
t-o . o .. vw v.-krU- , "'. j ; nexi oav nesirucK oacK. mine cnarces niai uis wu oreiiv ner iipck in ine siieaicer. um i ne m.srussiun wa.- oar- .
. tan. ixriv c. uvuii v '.' izi.. i j .t- : rr., . . u 1 j , j., '.si. j t ... . 1, i,. uiili-li n-ill nfft.fi nianv rr.ltir-lii.nM
ban- oiuiiu, i udi cy wun me uitir- HKiiinsi batman. ine prosecinor, : w duiuiuuuiit; mitr iiaij. dim iliac lie m uiditrii in uy dvimiuib iici-uii. nur-: -
he said, had been guilty of lury : would leave no stone unturned to ah. Sutherland and others. It grew ' ' ,hmim wnt-never a
i out of the Maryland senator's assault package has be en shipped over the
whorp tnniirht ho rlll sneak at the
quel of the Pennsylvania sociefv of der of Stanley Ketchel, began an intro- ne pai1. nafl ben guilty of jury: would leave no
New York and attend the dinner of the ! duction of testimony today. R. U bribing in the Katz robbery case early , gt rid of her.
'Oickeioon, at whose ranch Ketchel minus, iter tne committee dismiss
New York Press club.
QUflCT CQQ flfin Relatives get a pension
uiiuiii uuujuuu A
upon the Sutherland amendment Kj v-: lii's of two or more companies, tu
; was staying when shot and who was al-'fd the charges. LONG TERMS FOR SLAYERS;1"8 ronrpss I,ow-r " control kmh .,..- - -
..; . . . .. 1 ir., 1 i-. r.w I " - the time and manner of holrtine sn- local rates of all the coiupan es.
i 1 1 k - n it 1 v-'iaMriv u ncarinff oe tma niLLi cm aiiiiiiiwi pi iitiayb i iin rji n- " - ' - - -----
It.uted father of Ketchel rn!hnH lact'stein trial finally was heeun a month 'Granite Citv. III.. Woman and Itenirh- atorial elections as is now possessed
inicht. it is said, as the renlt nt ih , after the voting of the indictment. The tr. Who Killed liahe. Sentence!. i
strain of yesterdays session of the case opened with a fresh jury scandal' Granite City. 111., Jan. 21. Mrs. Ve-Itne hU8e of representatives.,
trial, and his condition this morn- hich resulted in the dismissal of anlronica Rebstock. aged 15, and daugh- I'ostm. hkc ommeisoation i.it
(secretary to the president.
Barnes Gets Championship.
New York. Jan. ".' I . - William
llariu-H was today ho,en c liairiuati
of the republican state; cMiiinntee.
i ing was reported serious.
lereaft.er the charge will be the
by it in the election of members of same as if one company carried the
package from shipping point to des
si: kii i. on:iti;c es.
accepted juror. ter. Anna, aged 22, convicted last! Washington, D. C. Jan. 21- The pro-
Harry Stacey, confessed go-between, : night, were sentenced to 11 years eachiposal that after Jan. 1 next delivery of
The new rate was agreed to aftr
land McCutcheon, were the principal! in the penitent iarv for the death ofimail bv city letter carriers fhould be " "- "
-in r.K.(i, xr,,.,.,J,h .,k.-, ,,at Tha Ko, nni,- .h riH.n,. ,h principal express companies op-
t,A vs. v -' i-j - . .... - .v- vi..i . v..-s v..i ia crating in the I nited States and
. n aragiia til Io I Mr Thinjf hy ' " ' " " " v'--"'" t iu,iiriis- nu tuunu m n-c u)ji""iii uu.... aa 1 e ttl ! C anada have been represented !
Kia of Cannon. Zelaya's Victim. rDe Aiexanaria notel tobby. nart whis- school children. the aoor or entrance suitable rec eptac-: amon)? t,)fVIn b(,inj? ,he AdamS- AmPr.:
New Orleans f jt tan 1 1 I . ! ' v: i v k I
..1 inHav the rrand tni v had voted all . ' ' " i' an, i diinuidii, .in-mii, i r k
.t toaay im grana juiy naa voica an ti . T . rric.p - T, ... ..
against former County ' Pa . .7 K'ft f 1 TT 0-MOIM rM II Vlll ! JL .'...'.V. " .V-, ,.!
was executed by m m mmm 9 9 w mmm FarRo and Wrstern.
1,G MILES OFPOLE
IT IS DECIDED
Danville. 111.. Jan. 21 It was report- :
indictment against former County pa man IOMrd G
i.aouit-i uni..ir, , of Galveston Texas
. ' . i . j u; . .. ....... II.. '
is supposed to be iu Detroit working:,. ,arE.p frnm tho v!,co'
X Up I
as a street car motoriuan.
Detroit. Mich.. Jan. 21. It was Im-
government, according to Colonel Paul '
OLD AGE PENSION FOR U. S. CIVIL
EMPLOYES MAY BE GRANTED SOON
Washington. Jan. 21. That Peary
came within i.fi miles of the north
pole, near noug!i to establish his"
claim of having been at the ea't
snot, is the decision of the houv.t
j The new rule will affect, a radical rolI,mittM! on nava affairs. The ba
reduction In express charges on all u of thc r.omtlji,, uUii,t,K Is tb!
shipments to or from what are ,.nar, r,rt.t,ar(i i.v ,,,., nbern of ilm
Mason Of New York who n rr i tr l In' RV TAX I Via -rn twn niihll- uintlmpnt iA.ian ftmnnmiral nrorkiait inn InntAsil nt Lntiu n oc &vluciv0 r. ffl r f. a that la I ri .. .. ... . . . ...
i.osbie 10 lrw-a'n it-.rrv Whitlock of u . . i - f - . - i niiea niaien coast ana geoa"tic mjr-
ll"'"r 10 u,CB'e iirrj """"w Ul this city last night from Nicaraeua. 1 (Srclal Correfpondence of The Arms.) ir - beinz a wbollv rhilant hronio nno sav. a citv or town where only one - i, ... ...
I - w 1 1 onv. ro a i . v . . j w - . - - - ir, a ii ' i ianu 1 j I I txl n dubi-i m-
Mason received $l.00ir in American!- Washington. Jan. 19. Uncle
; money and a commission as colonel in;caf, at Jast decided to seriously consid
.Mraraj.ian army in recognition or: . . ..... . .,
c..rrri. - , , . er the advisability of granting old age
Closes Sessions. i 'pensions to his faithful civil service
Detroit, Mich., Jau. 21. Sessions of
the National Playground institute
MX SOT COME SOW.
Because there are 300,f)ro workers In 1 epresa company is represented.
It is doubtful if an old age pension tne service does not mean that j
system will be inaugurated at this ses- eventually this number will be pension-.
but now that the employes in the!eu 11 " oy wwara .1. cant-
ARE RUSHING ON TO WAR
ti i j - . . tiauj mm i nanin I m Mil 1 11 f i i-iim r
. i l i i , . , i . , .iwKii.wnoMa fa irnr rr i n Kncrai h at . - - -
No Change in Deadlock. enipiujeD who nae worn inmseives tiassmea aerwee, niimoenng approxi- M ' , - tl, snill IClixl
. - ... . i -t... . u , . . . , . 'ord is carrvine on a eamnafa-n nt otii-. " l"" "
Aioanv, . y.. Jan. 21. Thereiou'- " n,s ?k.-i;. io maiicr oi oiaiiuaieiy ovi,uvi, nave sunea to ooosi . - - - ;
in. 21. There lout in his service. Tb matter of oidlmately 300,000, have
; senatorial sit-jKe pensions has been considered to ithe idea, congress w
t icsen today wim a meeting at incn,as no change in the
a paper on Civic and Social t enters ! nation tcday.
in Public school Buildings." was read !
by E. J. Ward, of the university of Wis ! Pierre, S. D Has 3,656.
cousin. This was followed by a "round Washington. Jan. 21. The popu
laoie acusslon led by 4eoic V. . K.i- . laiion of Pierre. S. D.. is Ir in the rase of all nroeressive masiir. i nam have rtfmintr.-.!or) that tl, r.n.
icafion on behalf of old age pensions, ; Prt-Au-Pfince. Haiti. Jan. 21.-Or
Hons. This chart rhous Peary went
to the left on nearing the; pole, due
to an error In his Instruments. f.tor
he crossed toward the pole, bis near
est point being 1.6 miles. The ma
jority report recommends Peary b'j
retired with the rank of rear ad-
Itr of tkc same iu&'.ituie.
is was 2.C06.
ill eventually be
some extent by the government, but i forced to act
not very seriously, until lately. rtions of the
Old aee nensions come tinder the hie- en r nor a
i . . . , , . . . . .... .. . twin npn mil unirh onnAar t v
u"a ol Progressive legisianon, ana as.noiaoiy me fencsytvania rarlroad coin-i-""" J " Bitterness is shown on both sides and tiv Roberta claim, announced
uong onaa me most popular or tne van, . . . . " ' , . ,
( extensive preparations are belns made findings after only a cursory tt
..I ricutuu , ., . ders for the mobilization of trooos in mini Th i..in.ritv r.nnri H... n.,t
ii... v, nr. , m : i iiiii man io ana a nuarier ner i ----- - . ..... . -
Most of the great na-. ... ... '. T v' n riounmi-nt of ih. nnh ha v. heii : i.. . i. . i...,
world as well a. varinu cent oi tne entire rorce would be plac-i " T . ,- .,u"u"'1 ' ' ' "
WOriU, aa Weil as tariOUS . I UciuJ Vfpont ma llu it i-n an iller art I V . . i . c I (.....ku
tion in ih T ni. Stat etl 00 "e pension Tolls under the.' .... :.LV?y :
Hurrying 10 ine winiuioiii ironner- . riety a commniee W Dicn tepreenia-
i obsLrucUoc.8 and obetructionisu ciustsioain of sucraou-iatcd employes Ui
iContiaued on Pace Four.
iJpaiLcia ui Tcaxi 's juhuIm,