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SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 10.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911. TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
TAFT IS NOW
Has Card Issued to Pre
pare Him for Job in
President to Be Center of Cere -
mony at Hamilton Club's
i Prornineot S-attIc Woman Hit .lur
Cbicago, Oct. 2. The first thing on I t Across Fmf ami I- Ai-
te program today of President Taft's j rested for Attack.
- cud day'b stay in Chicago was the j
initiation of the cfcitf executive into
br.c:kla ers' Ui.ion, so he: wouiii be
a member in good standing before un
dertaking ;hj laying of the corner
: to.'ic of tn- Hamilton dub's, n -
n.jilning Moi.day. Following th issu
'nee of a unioa card. Taft addressed
b" A m-ricai. fining coTigrf-.-s on coc
strva'ion as relit '-d 'o n.in.ng. From
Trunin;, the pi -sil-n ' was ca!-d to
i.scuss th- le-call 'f th1- jid-'i:-ry a' a
ium h-on n by ih- Chicago Par
;:h-f,ia' ion. At rH.r.eluV.un of hi
- p--ch tb- prfMi-:i prepared for a
'unilfs trip t) North Chicago, -ih"-'
! ' lea r 1 rj jat.. '. :.J-.-rii i f :. a v,
Nival irairi'.-i -t;.'i'-n r a !-Hr..j-i-
t :: e ( hica'o A'-sn. ia'ioi, 'oni
... rc- t-tiirh' The j-i -..d-M -.:'! speak
; rbir rat ii m
fiMinit iti: ii KMiniiM.n.
l'he pre.-i lent, in his ad-.'i - -.- ! tm
mining fl: i-r-.-s, :i l1-r-e 1 1 h p e i
3.-t nit'it ?'Ti-tiirv Fisner. w b !:
ontlin-d th- overn!.inr' p.a:i- to--
latka. Tb pr. i'leTiT w,ts ne en i a-s-'iintieil
to iearti toiJay !; woi.M nit
.il.le to ot- at the lira! - le Mn ;ii
' icirnati. Won; eane tro:n i..- i ":n
')n th:.t he had fiih'i t r-'Xi.-'ei- (,-
1: t. H Tt'i "e .!'.- ri ! : T:j ut' f '', :a-.
! i a (!e!ay in rl,e nia l.
President. Taft today tbririced bts
plans for travels after leaving Pitts
burgh ,exl T icsflav Th- pre -; i.-nl s
ne- It library will al him fro:n
Kuruti to Mouaiiiown, W 'a . in; t.-;i
f direct to Hut Sj r;ri;s. Va. Krum
forgantown Taft will ?n diri-ct to New
York City to review the AthllltiC t'Cet
Nov. 2. After itisp eting th- ?---t
'he president will :o to Hot Sjiiiiui
and stay until Nov. '.. uh n b- will
I'TOee-d to his home ir; 'jne! e n ri i i. dc-
lit- the fa t h- c-sisrot ot'.
I'IK.i: JM l,l'OITIKT.
A ri.-l.i;,iti,iii of jurij- t and ;olri
! if tans from p. ia. C eall-d :. Pr-s-'ies,!
Taft a:.d ur.i.' o iw ai'poitit in- iit
if William ,'ai s P-er'.; to succeed
Peier S. ;ross up. who rteemly r
siKtied as I'mred Sta'es circnir je.de.
Th- presaieni .--aid h,.- wo il i entidi r
! 'e- noin!tiaf ion la1 it.
I KITS llll. Il MI'KIX.
P-iiwardsvilli-. I J 1 . Vt. K A.
Keller of th: pla.e ir. in ncvijt of a
itter from President Taft. through
iiis pma'- s."reiary. O.a-les Milles.
ace. p-ir.i and tt-ank.i.j; him for a Ts.V
pe'iifid puirjd-. in offered as part of th
TharVsKi vinj; f. at a- th- White iioi:s
'If y etfieiairi. wh-ii t !. '. arn-d th"
pumpkin had be.-n nee:td. itisi.-:-cl
-n sharing ha-er epens- was a:
t hul to xpr s.-irs ;!: punM kir. l'i
TO RESTRAIN KEOKUK
'liarKed II.mI.iii; f Water Will
t'lTOM' Proriy lniflifi .
S 1 .000,000.
Sl.rnigJit.Id. lib, t. 2. Suit Icr
:i injunction ngair.st the K.-nhuk and
Man.iltou Waterpw,-r company was
''!-d today m th- f--br.il cir.vr.t
'j th. Miils- Ki ;s- orth n-m-of
K-okak. i-wa. a roLi't ra
i-k-! that the poer :upony
-ir.-iv.rj fr ;'.. u'!":iTi c-ri-
'Ci..;par.y m pie led
p: "ncr f reui Kt-okuk :
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S . T.-; -
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow, fo
Rock Island. Davenport, Moline,
Fair tonight and Sunday, not
much change in temperature. The
temperature tonight will be near the
j freezing point.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 32. High
est yesterday 46, lowest last night,
Velocity of -wind at 7 a. m. 1 mile
' per hour.
i Relative humidity at 7 p. m. 59,
! at 7 a. m. 77.
Stage of water 9.9, a fall of .1 in
last 2 4 hours.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
! ASTRONOMICAL EVENTS,
i (From noon today to noon tomorrow
I Sun pets 4:.r. rtes 6:23: moon pets
fi21 p. m.: ZZ2 a. n., moon passing
j planet L'ranas.
f-attip, O-t. '11. Mrs. Chrirtni- O'-s-n,
a protrji.-ii-r.t Seattle suft'rs.? wori:
er and vcter, ca'is-d a sensation in
the county courthouse yesterday b-hcrs-w
hipp.n? J-tpvrlor Co :rt .Pide
.T'-.i'n V. Main in the corridor. The en-ra-.-d
woman rushed uprn th- juc-'
U!ie?:pt-ctei;.v and wirid-i! a h-avy
l.Crfewh:; a-ross his face, rja'! -U d
sj:ce:hi-r-. raisit.g large -vt-its on hi
f :o - Mr-, f j!-. -r.. w ho ha- t-e-n an a
tie s:nffrft t. v. as waiting Sor .n.!,
Ma;;i ar.d af h- fippearei in tb4 corn
dor ri""bed 'iptii: him and a't iked bun.
lrs. :.- t! had no besin-s.-. so far as
-an :i- b .!;'!. d. a t t h fr: t ht.o1! 1 his
!-!'i-rt:of-i;. t.t ... ate, !,- ht -a.ie
ino!-.eil a ii.s:nt- with her ho.e-
ord. was fir ri i.t and a jury ;-
I a b
i '"I'.e 1
of fii- moM
ir-:';! a:Iy r -a-
ir !!!( ::.h-rs i- t ' i e
ai.'l th. art.'ck -d.
It is !' ual'il- d
i-r w t- f th- n.a:,y at.ai'c!jt!c :; i--
iin '1 iii-'.- i.eid h-r ii ci-r.tl) at w i,:. 'u
u irts, !--.tb state and ted-ral. r.
n fieri did and eoademt.l. an
.' i i-i'M' r- uri'-d to pay th- :-".-:it:o; or
r..-"i'-i t to --!:r d v- .- or 't. j i o . 1: -
t f.i :ibj'ti ri.-'-is l'-r o,. . :'
lii. i):iv':ii- th- T'...d burned a : -ri--ral
jude in etfgy because he i ad
erp.nt-d a trn;orary restraining "t'd-r
I t h matrer of a ie- days until ih-n'.i-y
' inn of au interl'K-uTory bijuii t'"e
' eard Mrs (ils-n U
criTity jai". Peiil has not been
thoi.'-n :-! is wealthy
FOR PACKING PLANT
f I.iii!i. Agm-egai iiiu Ss.Vt.noo Pr
seiit-il by Oe.litorM of .?. li. ami
I. .1. ae..l., ll.
! 'ar. ii e.
111 , w t -J- y 'Mii; o; an
petition in bank; ;;; t -v
a-:'.inst .loe.h I:, and .John ,J. Cuiiip
. .!!. peker. in th- federal ctmr!
brought h deluue of claim.- att.in.-t
ilitni which wiil arno'.nt to ate"it $2 '''.-
Kvery liank in the city with tiie ex
ception of or- has claims against
fh-m rafvina fr-m $2.e"'i down. .Sev
eral ji;(!jtiifi:ts have been o.;aii.-d. A
depity sl.-r.ft was placed in ohar-e of
tiie packing plant. The prineiiial cr-d-nors
are enden vorins to organize. A
preat many notes nr- said to be li-ii
by farmers throighont the count.
This failure is the iargest m the hls
torv of Vermilion county.
The nice, who are brot b-is. lav-
been dcjng busin.-s-.s here for
ujan jtars and news ot their financial
conditions came as a surprise
JOKE KILLS WOMAN:
MAKES ANOTHER ILL
Ijugfit-r at Aurora State Jet AIuhk
Takiim a Hich Note" Hr.tiKs
Oct 2v Miss Margaret
Higgir.s Mllroy. 4-, years old. a h3'ai.
wov-ar.. laug! ed so i -artiiy at a ru
ed y sketch ;ti a theatre that .-he went
ie... a o'i-h:r:' s; that brourt on
a tatal hemcrrhr- She died in ti.e
mb;.lance while being hurri-1 to the
St. Charles hosp'ta! !i;s En es'itu
;!; a j retfy yo.j-ig woman w , st
r. u.r. a'. o t i; a victim to th- humor f
th- act.-rs Sii- sat-.k to the flocr ia
r.s ejri'.epM- fit Th- j-ko to which
'he two v n victims 's in disp"t- One
: .- r. thi?.
J.is' a-' r a vo i,c oa,i'., ha.i at-
tet-.-.j a high i.o:e
he I., . j- e 1.0 f --.rt
1 e.-i;rii.-. rie
"r.' ); e'
If z .
- was a pr t:v oo-i bint
f." t-at li- o:i e tried to take a
and ih-y put him in jail for it.
iia'avia woman was s-cretary-
r o: !ht K:: ffery dei.art-
L'nvetl Ingerscil Statute.
rorii, ili. Off. Former f
au-i a-onirerp. ever t:-.- I'nU-ij :
:c att-ti-oei ; -.. vie'.ir here of a
honor of .over ,. Ir -t r-
ARE HELD UP
Suspends Freight Class
ification on Iron.
IS NOT WARRANTED
Immense Traffic Between East!
and West Involved To Be
"Washington. Oct. 2?. Can cell af ion
of commodity freight traffics on iron j number of visitors are in attendance. ; intense excisemen: in the stock mar
ar.d steel articles by rail carriers op-r- : Religious services combined with' ket, with especially severe declines in
a'ii.g from Pittsburg and other eastern ! routine matters were followed by the' the securities of the United S'ates
terminals to w-esteru destinations, par- annual address of the president, Mrs. j Steel corporation, the following state
ticularly Illinois, Iowa and Missouri, ! Lillian M. N. Stevens, made up the ment vag issued late yesterday after-
There's Lots More Room at the "Nut
Hir-i foil, I
THE FELLOW wiiarELLS US
WMftT 1 d?fPPER. HE t o
irvolvinir an imri-u.-e ira'!ie. was sus-p-tui-d
to.:y !;, t: in- r-t e.,ai-
i. ii -t c: i oTr.iiiissioi!.
IIM.MI lt lllN OMIOIl It Ti:o.
Th- ta 1 iff.- fi!-d with the eonunission
p'aee iron and steel articles und-r
class la'-s, which are much hi-Micr
that- commodity rates Convinced the
ii. er us s are- not warran'-d. fit-' com
mission tusp-nded them from Nov. 1
until F b. 2f'. next, to afford tim- for
in v ettisation.
PRESS CLUB BARS SEIDEL
Sociativt Mayor, Who .Misii.el Imi
tation. Nol at Tuft Reception.
Milwauk. A'is . 0 t. 2s. Mayor
Kmil Seidel. the socialist mayor, did
not i.--t into the Press club when Presi-d-nt
Taf was a ?ut Th-trsday night.
it was b arn-d yesterday, because the
Press dun refused to nam- him on its
reception committee. Iast year the
r'tb cntert.air.ed Roosevelt. Sidel took
th- opportunely of t'u- initation to i-s'!-
a letter attacking Roosee!t and
ref i.-ing to tervc
RhJfcUl MUNtT r-KUM UUUr
Mis-i-n Soeicty R-fuse PriweU of
l-ture af Cojetihageii-
Ccpenbagen. Oct. 2S. The commit
tee in charge of mission work among
the Ks'rin'Of. at Caje York has refused
U acrept tbe proceeds of the lecture
which Pr. Fr-d-riek A. Cook dliverpd
her- T'-i-sday night Dr Cook wno
met with a Lost-!- reception, anno irc
ed before I-vicg for Hamburg that
he desired to present the money to tha
OLDEST VOTER 116 YEARS
"Cherokee RiH" A-k the Right f
1'ratK'hix in Colorado.
(irand J nction, Colo , Oct. 2
oldest voter in the Mate of Colorado,
and probably the oldest voter in the
United States, registered here for the
city eleciion He gave his name 3
Cherokee Bii!, IP" years old. and de
clared that he t2d no ether name than
the one ;nven.
R. E. Oates Dead.
l eoria. HI.. Oct. 2 R- E. O.tes
business manager of the lierald-Tran-
crmer manager or tie Clinton
Herat ;.! prominent in Hi-
nols and Iowa newspaper anl fraterr.a!
circier. d ed t-re yesterday from an-.
p.fter a illness of ve dajs. '
FOR DRY NATION
i Christian Temperance Union;
Holding Annual Conven- J
tion in Milwaukee.
500 DELEGATES PRESENT
Code of Laws Prohibiting Excess!
Child Labor and Fostering
Milwaukee, Oct. 3?. Perfection!
! of an international temperance un-'
n5t8 c75 ill woman Yoti
j excess and fostering educational workJ
! for both sexes are some of the;
'things to be considered by the Na-.
tional Woman's Christian Temper-'
i ance union convention which opened!
'a six days' meeting here today. Fivei
hundred voting delegates and a large!
HPT E TO
wipe J0ry&5 TELLS
TH6 FCLLOW WHO S AV S THE BOSS
OCMT PPiiCtfVrEf Htm
IN I KKS I ATI l.im UK SIIIIMIKNTS.
Ilet ommetidations offered by Mis.
.St. ens were:
That we continue with renewed en
ergy to appeal to congress for a IdW
tnaf v. ill furnish provision for the
picte. tion of prohibition t-rrito'y
nullification of its Ia.vs
interstate shipment f
Tint u- ask for legislation to pre- th-m must be deplored. It is a time
ent the use of the Unit-d States for every one to keep co-jl. with a d;s-m.-iiis
for the. purpose of advertising position to await results patiently,
chobclic beverages. ' lowing that in the end justice wlil b
OProvFI) TO CAMKKV
That we continue to oppose effor'a'
for the restoration of the sale of i
iT-iuer jn the army canteen or In ny .
pii.ee t'ora wr.icn it has been oan.
jnat we work ror a law tnat win
.o...,u issui.i, eoa. o.-..ei,...B .or ll'l'i-r
sold within five miles of any ftrroy .
1 1.1 . : . . . . : . . 1;
i--..-i i uatai piQU'iH.
Tnat we use our utmost Influence
. t secure laws for the suppression
t.t the white slave traffic.
j nat we continue our enorts to se-
cure au amendment to the United
States constitution forever
The speech of the president was a
li.jring iu- iasi :?4r. Alter com-
mending the German emperer for his
temperance address to the naval ca-
det8. praising Professor Wiley for bis
pure iooq campaign uu couueiunmg
Secretary Wilson for addressing the
in--rEational t.r-ers. the speaker
, . , ., .. ,4 . .
told in detail the fight by the union
, w-v-. i
to retain the prohibitory law m
runipiiT in PII1ITV !
cNnluHT lb UUILIY:
TO PRISON FOR LIFE
Ctiicjigo Iabor Organizer I Con
vlctel of tbe Murder of VIn-
Chicago. Oct 2S. Matirice Enright,
a labor union organizer, today was
four.d guilty of the murder of Vincent ,
Altmar, and punishment was fixed at
life imprisonment. En right ttaot Ait-;
man. also a labor organizer. In a bar-
rc - om of a dow ntown boteL
SUIT TO FAIL,
i&teei I rust doara unair-
man Aitacks Government
PREDICTS A VICTORY
Washin-ton Prepares to Rush
Hearings Which May Com
mence Dec. 4.
New York. Oct. Ct After a day of
Farm" for These
Het? 4ffTL. MfXH
Pt2.IEND- SHE. C ALL.'
noon by Elh. rt
"I think it would be improper at this
time for me to make any comments
concerning the suit which has been
brought by the government against the
United Slates Steel corporation, ex
cept to say I regret exceediiit;!y thai
the department or' justice felt calied
upon to institute proceedings.
"If any barm t'-snlts it will fall upon
the stockholders and employes, aggre
gating a large number, and any loss to
done tri all interests.
flTi: FA OKA 1II.K I'ACIS.
"I believe a disclosure of ail t he
facts anniicable to the alienations i-nn-
,aine.l in the governrn-nt's bill of com-
plaint as a ground for relbf will .show
that the suit oiiL-ht to !i deeid-H 1n
favor of ,he cori)0rati0n on its m-rit-;
aD(J ,h8t ,L following facts wilj b.
y That in
th- organization of the
United StateR St-el corporation fhos
(in chaipe had no intention of creating
a monopoly or of restraining trade.
That the corporation never has
na(j or attempted o eXercis
r,iv or t r-ctmir. tro
That the conduct of the affairs of
,b(. COrtora'ion has clearlv and r.osi-
tive!v nrgativerl ary effort or intention
.i, !.... ,,,,1, ,v c, ,
' , lu.li't 1 JM w, ,.-iU , l,r C-ll.'l-
" 4 Lat thf. exi8t(1:re of ,m. n
itlfln hafc been (if b,.rit,flt, aut1 urr rA
lnjjrv tf) jfg ,mr,lfjlefl. , nif.on,f
ita rolnp,titors. and th.
- -r. , , , . . , . .
' Tnat no misrepresentation w;:ri
, ... Arr, ,
made to tne preider.i relative to th-
t- 1 e i
Tennessoe Coal & Iron properties and
jthat the motive of those connected
purchase waB to prevent a
threnten - d general financial .i-aste,
wijirn ouia Lave a :vrs lv HnetK l
wporatlcn as w il as other,
f OIFERKVf i; iTTEMKNT.
The statement is tfce result of a pro
tracted conf-renee held earlier in th-
day. in w hich the partiMpants were
i Chairman Gary", J. I'ierpont Morgan.
Charles Steele, aud Georg- F. Bal er.
directors of the corporation. a wel!
as several of the I-ga! reprerentatit es.
other than this, no word
earn- from i
Chairman Gary or any o h
of the corporation.
It was at first the Intention of th
beads of the steel corporation to rr-,u.
no public response to the act-u of the
" 1 '
1 1. 1 m m ' . . 1
TWO SHOT DOWN
IN A COURT ROOM
Prisoner Wounds Fellow Cul
prit Before He Is Winged
by Police Chief.
BOTH VICTIMS MAY DIE
Hob Cable nollj Authorities at Ma
!nn f'ity, Iowa, at Bay for a
Mason City, Iowa, Oct. 2S.
Brought into court without being
searched for weapons Bob cable yes.
terday opened fire on his alleged
partner in crim and on the judge,
prosecuting attorney and police who
were in the courtroom.
Only one of his bullets took ef
fect, lodging In the spine of Rex
Kibbling, his fellow prisoner. Be
fore be was shot down by Chief of '.
Police I.o k. Gable succeeded in flr-j
ing all the cartridges in his revol-
Gable and Kibbling are at a local
hospital and attending surgeons say
both probably will die. (Table's bul
let penetrated Kibbling's intestines
and liver before finding lodgment in
his backbone. Chief Lock's single
shot perforated Gable's lung and it
is expected hemorrhages will cause
iKrir.s roi.K i: koh iav.
The shooting was the culmination
of an esciting 24 hours, in which
police reluctance to arrest Gable en
abled that young desperado to swag-(-er
about town, displaying n weapon
whenever a patrolman approached
him. When he finally agreed to co
to the court room to be present at
the trial of Kibbling on a charge of
larceny the polic-man who had made
the "arrest" was so relieved at his
acq 11 ieseem" that he waived the for-
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in. tio v 01 ij j cti 1 in 1 u 111s isuuri. 1
1,-ilihtlno nlian vliroil r.r. r
said ne nail received a revolver from
Gable with instructions to realize at
bM t il.r.o bv its sale. He was n.
aid- to sell the weapon, he said, and
so had returned it to Gable.
inafs lie" Khni.ted Cahlp a -
Kibbling finished his story.
"All richt. Bob. have it your own j
way. Ktlinlini; replied.
"This is my way." Gabl cried, i
drawins the revolver in uuestion. I!e.
was only a few feet from Kibbling
and his first hTTr reTTeTaTnTJrr--4
old bov. unconscious.
-:ioots nn.ni.v at officep".
Cable then becan shooting pro-j
rnisi uonsly. one of li is bullets strilt-.
ine a )hot.graph on .fudge Rankin's'
b-nch and narrowly missing the jnr-;
ist's head The other shots were
.mnrd :it the tiolic-m-n .'Hid court
officials, but all went wild and when
th- revolver was empty t'lii-f of
, lice I.fi k's single ehot was found to,i ' mnese leganun iri-iay in a enme
' have four.d a mark. .gram from Peking. These dispatches
I ruble's defiance of the police j confirmed reports of (be Imperial vic
Gary. chairman of ' started Thursday w hen be was asked" j lory north of Hankow yesterday.
iin ti e polb e station if be had a re-j ti hk i m i.tii;s .imo.
oIver. j Tripoli. Oct. 'S.- It is now esfi
"I have." be ."tild, drawing the mat -d in Italian rireh-s fbnt the Tur-wr-apon.
"Here it Is, but none of kish and Arab Iosh-h in the battle
you will see if out of my hands until ; Thursday will rea-h "',000 killed and
it is empty." . 1,'KiO wounded. The enemy number-
Chi-f of Police T.ock, Patrolman ' ed I 2, 000.
Spaiuht and D-t-k Serire-ant Ilydo
were in the stafion at the time and
Gable backed out of the door, hold
ing them all covered with his wea
pon. The police conferred and de
rided nr t to go after '"able until y h
terday, when AsF.ist.-int Chief of Po
lice Snyder accosted him. but was
covered with the weapon and d-cld-d
not to make an arrcr.t.
The crimn with hbb Cahl and
Kibbling w-re charged th- lar-
r-ny of several bores of cipars and
in cash from a local toba-co shop.
i.'overnm-nt untjl next Tuesday, when.
at th- q-iarierly me-tjni.'. the financial
s:atin-nt or ir- orporation tor in
third tpiarter of the year is to be is
sued. SliHIF.II ON HtKhl FDI.I.KH.
New York, Oct, 2. A copy of the
complaint in the, government PUlt for
the dissolution of the t-teti trust today
was served oti John H. Rockefeller at
his home In PooanUco.
MISS PAINE, WRITER,
ENDS LIFE IN WATER
Woman Prominent itt I, it-rary Cirri-
of I'tftli Rons Into I-k- and
Pro-o. Utib. C)ct. 2 Pxiwir.g out
alone to th- d-ep wat-rs of Utah iake
late last nii-ht. Margaret R. Paine,
promi n-tif in hierary cir Ies in Utah
and formerly diamafic critp- and
clai writ-r for tne Salt Iike riaji-rr.,
ieaped from a boat and w.ik dro.vned.
Miss pa in horr.d rords abou' ber
waist, to w hir ii she att ir h-d a h'-at ''
weighf She left a letter iridica-.!,.?
she- v. d-f pond-nt.
Friahter Cut in Two.
S.- ari-. W iish , Oc. i rj-inr.g a
tog at mid night the farrinhip irorpif.!---,
out bound i'h passenger for VPtoria,
M - 'rtif r and c r in two the fr-iir-r
Nfultr.ori.ali. f;'m Ttconia. Tb- M.i!f-
oti.b was sunk. All a';or.-J wre
av. ri. The Iroo-j. is pre. - l -rl ar j ar
- r"y nndarna-'ed.
Reorganized Cabinet and
YUAN SHI KAI LEADS
Meets With National Assembly
Members to Make Plans
Peking. Oct. 28. Adherent of
Yuan Shi Kai, who has been placed
In supreme command of the land ajid
naval forces, met today with proml-
nrut ra,1''';' members of the nation-
al assembly, who are planning fot
an entirely new Chinese cabinet, a
Constitutional government and the
immediate summoning of a parlia
Siakoan. China, Oct. 2S. The na
'live city of Hankow wag recaptured
from the rebels yesterday after a
day of sanguinary fighting. The Im
perialists captured large quantities
of guns and ammunition. Two en
gagements were fought. The Imper
ialists lost 4 killed and 1.10 wound
ed. The rebels kt 430 men.
MKIII-:i. I.OK AT HANKOW.
1 Shanghai, t. 2S. Wireless ad
' vices from Hankow received by Ger
j man warship hero today say the Ini
l perial forces were completely vlc-
in a battle which lasted all
day yesterday. The revolutionists
w,re completely routed ana were
, comp-ll-d to abandon their' positions
in Hankow- and fall back across the
i r,v" "u" Md"-,',"l(- oenei sym-
! pathlzers declared t he dispatches un-
: tt . - I . f .. - 1, .
donbtedly were sent from a govern
ment, source to bolster up a faltering
I t HINti-KI ; TO Kf.lM
Viiateer the situation aruund
1 Hankow, matters have grown mors
rrrit toT h f'virnmfttt cause
1 ,n thp vicinity of i-'hapghal and along
I the lower part of innp-Tiifl river,
j There w-re perHist.tif r-porfs today
'that 'hinit-K ian, miles above
j Shanghai, was about to fall Into the
'hands of I he reb-ls.
; nii-uiiu. ui Tdiiv (OM iinini.
WasiiinKton. )ct. 2S. Control of tb-
' 'a'lway from Peking to Hankow by
l'-,,h'' imperial forces was reporter! at
NEW YORK ELKS OPEN
A $2,500,000 HOME
llon-e Ruilt by "lober Ii(li;e" ln
clinb Hotel With .1IO Rooms
New Yrrk, Oct. 2ft. A lfi-storj
club bouse, costing ?,. 100, 000, wen
dedicated here today by the "Moth--r
lodge" eif the I'enevol-nf and Pro
t-ctivc Order of Klkn. The n-w home
is In West Port y-t bird Mr f, n-m
Hroadway, and lri !ud-d is a hotel of
3 4U rooms. There are also green and
gold lodge rooms, s-atlng 3,000.
HAS CURE FOR MENINGITIS
Hr. l-'Iexner SajrH KMTiinentK Slunr
I itke t'Hn Re 'inlrolIel.
New York, fet. s. At tbe closiug
Rension of the annual conference of
the sanitary officers of the state of
New York at Carngie Ivceuni, Ir. Kb
inon Kl-vn-r, director of the Kor kefel
ir-r ins'ltute, annotinrrd that epld-mb-spinal
meningitis could no- he entire
iy cotitrolied by lnj-ctlr,g serum Into
th- c-rebral spinal ru-rnbrane. 'P
iias taken much money and a long firm
to perfect this cur-." faid lr. Fi-x-n-r.
"This iit the ff re f time I havr- an
noutir-d it. as only v-ry recently ha
I demonstrated to rny ejwn satlefactlon
ttiat the genua 1 bar- prepared will do
a- I claim."
Fleet Afctembles In New York.
New York. Oct. 2H. The water
of New York bay and the lower Hud
fTi wer- t-tirr-d today for a hun
dr -d worships tai. nii.- jiejb.tlons for a bl
naval review n-xt week, f - nirhtfa!
nearly all the treat ;!--t ah-tnbly Ing
undr R.-ar Admiral tifterbans ill
Child Eats Poion; Dies.
K-an . Hi. N(--. I'S. While pla
in at the home of a neighbor, Marie.
Jl-jear-oid daigit r of Tbornas Bab
isb'irv of H-iiry, nfe rlx strycbulno
pillg and ditrd in a i-bort time.