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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. Sffl
SIXTY-THIRD YEAR. NO. 36.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1913. SIXTEEN PA
PRICE TWO CENTS.
FAIL TO HALT
Vengeance Visited on Fed
erals at Capture of
THE REBELLIOUS CUBS
Mother, After Unavailing Piea,
Witnesses Slaying of Her
Son by Firing Squ2d.
Mexico City, Nov. "H Blood aud fam
ily ti-K did iirtt avail to halt vengeance
i th- oriHtituf lonalict . w ii-n federal
o'fic-holderfc fell into their hands at
th- cap'ure of the city f Victoria, cap
ital of siate of Tamaullpas.
Sti a- wll a ff-deral officials
v r executed without q-iarte-. Among
tiie kill'-d was a younr rivilran. a ou
xin of Knri'jue Cabilera. uho is leaJT
.f th . :-bi, in Victoria, and ore of
tl:" i.-f lieute.nts of General Car
ran; a T!;e young civilian was ron-
miid to die because lie iielpej the
I'dTa!.i defend the city.
Thi. .uiig man's motliir, who is an
aunt oi the icbel officer, on her knees
; rj;-d for the life of !.r son. fabal
lerios r-jly a to li.ve hi.; cou.-in ;
brought from pri on and stood in front .
i'f tin- firing squad of the revolutionists
v ho f'jot liim before hi., mother' eye. '
I'tails of the.apture of Victoria'
:i ek ago reacned Mexico City to-:
ilay. Federal Commander Rabago. upon :
exa' uatlnK the city, proceeded with
1.1 trps i-outliwest with the expecta- 1
tic ii of making connection with the,
f-d-ral column commanded by On-'
tal Nuvam tc. who is trying to go to I
!!: axsi.ttatue of the garrison. The'
Victoria reel. however, tcut out a;
llyl:ig ;iiadnn of picked nen. The 1
progress or fate of Navarrete'B and Ra
liaeo a connnand is unknow n here.
Tiie constitutionalists entered Vic
toria the afternoon uf 'vo ! -Itr.
140 IN 3 MONTHS
son after the Mexican situation quiets
flcw n. no that the troops now- mobilize j
in Texas can be returned to their for
Interstate Commerce Commi3-!
sion's Report Shows Increase i
Over Year Ago.
$2,500 FOR LIFE
- Washington, Nov. L'S.
Male commerce commission's acci-1
dent bulletin for the quarter ended j
June 30, 1913, shows that ccmpartd.
-Th- inter-' Chicago Federal Jurist Causes
Baltimore & Ohio to Make
Many Priests Transferred Inci
dent to Dr. Lockney's New
Fails to Get Answer to
Proposal to Arbitrate
ORDERTO BE ENFORCED
Forecast Till 7 p. m. Tomorrow, for
P.ock Island, Davenport, Moline
and Vicinity. I
Unsettled weather tonight and Sat- j
urday, with probably showers tonight.
Slightly cooler Saturday. Moderate,
variable winds, becoming northwest
Highest temperature, 51.
Lowest temperature, 46.
Temperature at 7 a. m., 47.
Wind velocity 7 a. nr., seven miles
Relative humidity at 7 p. ra.., 92; at
7 a. m., 100.
River stage at 7 a. m.. 3.2; fall of
.1 in last 24 hours.
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
OF FOOD COST
Several Bills to be Taken
Up Next Week by Com
Secretary of Labor Wilson, on
Ground, Unable to. Bring
Peace in Colorado.
Evening star: Jupiter. Morning ' 0 U IZ ON CO LD STORAGE
c,. ...... .unu, ju'iiuij, i t'lius, ntnrn.
The three stars in the southeast mak
ing a line at right angle with the hori
zon nliout ! p. m. form the traditional
Re'.t of Orion.
Denver, Col., Not. 2S. Governor
Amnions early today had received no
answer from the local operators or
striking employes to the proposition
for arbitration submitted last night by
the governor and Secretary of labor
The governor announced that he
would immediately put into effect a
reign of enforcement of law and order
in the strike zone. The governor here
tofore has refused to permit the op
erators to import strike-breakers, fear
ing" it would inflame hostilities and
make settlement of the strike impossible.
This policy is now changed and
strike-breakers will be permitted to
enter the one In accordance with the
Attorney General McReynolds'
Inquiry to Be Centered in
Gotham and Chicago.
Governor Glynn of New Yorl
Gives Out Carlisle's Answer
Washington. Nov. 28. The nation's
interest in Attorney General McRey
nolds' investigation of the alleged
cold storage trust was indicted todny
when hundreds of letters of commen
dation from all parts of the country
came to the department of justice.
Albany, N. Y.. Nov. 28. The charges No ulatlor wnat the outcome of the
filed against State Highway Coramis- crusade opened up by the department
sioner John N. Carlisle by the Warner- of justIf.e aKainst the cola sor8ge in-
Quinlan Asphalt company and his ' . . . . ,,,,
, . ... . ,i terests may be. congressional leaders
answer thereto were made public last,
night by Governor Glynn. I are Planning a thorough inouiry Into
Carlisle's accusers averred he dis-! the subject of the cost of living and
criminated against them in laying i the responsibility of the trusts there
down specifications for asphalt to be for-
used on state highways in order to ! When Chairman Adamson calls a
favor the Barber Asphalt Paving com-! meeting of the house committee on in
panv. held secret meetincs with aeenta terstate and foreign commerce at the
state law, which provides they shall j Gf the company for the purpose of con-' heginning of the session next week
with returns for the
I quarter o( there w-a a Ao
140 in the number of oersons killed
fiud out "why a soldier's life
been told they are hired to take the
places of strikers.
Mediate at Schenectady.
Schenectady, N. Y Nov. 28. Two
members of the state board of media
tion arrived this morning in an effort
to settle the strike of 14.000 employes
of the General Electric company. A
conference between company officials,
a strike committee and Mayor I-unn
took place later in the day.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov ' 28. Mayor
Shank has resigned. The resignation
g. lis the result of Jabor troubles in the
uu t a tftt-rz- - T&r&r'ZA - Uearf-ThmhTc'fy nd a threat impeachment
is wortn nook island, was ch
not be imported without they have j sr,jrjng against other asphalt manu- j tnat uo(1-v upKin consideration ot
facturers. wasted thousands of dollars 1,16 uowmg dims now o.-mre u.
in .mninv!no inromnot.nt onMnr, i By McKeller of Tennessee Exclud-
as road experts, and threw the hlgh-
Peoria. 111.. Nov. 28. A concursus
was recently held in Peoria for the
Irremovable rectorship of St. Mary's
- I parish. Champaign, rendered vacant
I i . . I. , . V.
v, no i..,,!., nf i aouui a inouiu ago uv uie umiu ui
Rev. A. J. Wagnjir.- Rev. , John.
There w as an increase I .
m.Ii.itH v i,ffr tfi fi'di-rul frfw-irw
a uated the ity the rebels. It is antl 8.2X3 In the number of injured la only $730" was answered today. The i of eligi'oles to fill the vacancy
haid. started ril'.aicinz. settine fir,. ti railroad accidents of all kinds in the iudee's curiositv was aroused hr a Rev. Clement P
li')ii!'o and murdering citizens. A
number of Spanish r sidents -re kill
ed, iik ii:iit;g. it is. said, tile Spanish
crtiMii Mirtner men in nt ot r.-t.ei -v... . .,.r,f . S7-n . fl,rft ..... f
i - j . . ..i , . . ..
. , ., , , . ""'""'srttlent of the Mobil & Ohio rall-
of 1.-4 ... the number of tra : acci- p&M. fop
dents. Wect.ve roadway and dfec-; a
iie equipment lOKfiuer tauneu more
tr(H.i . rrom me u strii t ot ictoria to- " UT ,""" Landis aDOointed new attorievs for
p-r l rill wa,., Ian.li a,H n hun oo
called today a settlement out of court
for $2,500 was announced. The judge
Mnlr! It l&'SlU l. .. t i f f 1 r-1- A II rin
... -"",cerned exonerated Edward J Srnejke.;",
to past.er.gers getting on or off cars. ... ... ... ,1th
w a r ;i
Tumpiio is reported.
Another Federal Defeat.
U-rn.nirio. Sonora, .M-xi-o, Nov. 2S.
- !Cprts ri'Mchi'd farran.a's h.-ad-tiiartrs
tiuit t'oU'wl Pueltia df'-afed
a trong column of f.-UruI at Santla
Ni.v. !'. The los on both sidt'S is
jliwn ut '-.
More Ships to Mexico.
f reported, w hile 15.1 p
t-au'd by broken rails.
The total number of casualties in
all clashes of accideiits. including ac-
Wahit:gton. Nov J. Secretary
I'eniels ord'-rd Rear Admiral Haduer.
i't:imaiider-in- hit f of the Atlantic
f.tet. to send the lia .tlesl-.ips t'onneoti-
ut Kansas and Ohio of tiie fourth di
vision from Mediterranean ports to the
east coat of Mexico to relieve the
l'uisiana. Micl-.igan and New Hamp
shire of the seiond division Tlie
f urth division would relieve the third
!r Mexican watem. The fourth division
will hall for Mexico I)e 1 and reach j
Vera Cms about the 2ith The navy
'. narlrnent stated the Iouiianu. Mlt h- CODCem
lean and New Hampshire would leave j
for home port immediately upon ar- .
rival of the vessels from the Medi
was 2.5H., killed and 4'l."ll injured.
.The total Lumber of collisions and de
railments was 3.."9t;. of which 14S col
! lision-i and derailments affected
'passenger trains. Financial damago
settlement from any blame.
caused by accidents was $.V34.2S9. a
material increase over return of the
c-orrehpundiug quarter of 1S12
PLANS A CAMP FOR GIRLS
NEW YORK REALTY
oncern la Unable to Meet
Payment on Bonds Through
I appointed pastor of Sacred feart
church. Rock Island.
Rev. M. J. McKeon has been as
signed to the pastorate of St. Clem
ent's. Princeville, with its out missions
at Dunlap and Edelstein.
Rev. Richard O'Loughlin, formerly
aijf-istant f St. Mary's, Moline, has
been promoted to the rectorship of St.
John's. Ualva. to which are attached
e mis.-ions of Oneida and Woodhull.
Rev. John A. Kelly of Streator has
been appointed pa.stor of St. Patrick's,
Rev. Thomas D. Kennedy has been
appointed pastor of Sacred Heart
church, Campus, III.
Rev. M. A. Humphreys has been as
signed to the pastorate of St. Domi
Rev. Edward J. Kniery has been ap
pointed chaplain of St. Joseph's home,
Rev. Francis S. Hess of Kickapoo
has been appointed rector of SL
Mary's, Hoop Pole.
Rev. John Rine of Cant
Washington. Nov. 28. Th funeral j appointed assistant to the Immaculate
services cf tiie late Wil'.iam Wilsoa ! Conception church, Streator.
Pinley. president of the Southern Rail- Rev- Warren F. Parke, of St. Pat
committee of busi-
l.,n tr-rr, ho tl , PrOCeeOlUgM VY
Ha3 IHfll uuiebH luiuiu ljiBuiuri
averted. City Controller Wallace suc
RAILWAY IN HALT
Wheels Still on 7,000 Miles of
Southern as Mark of Re
spect to Late Chief.
New York. Nov. 2S. The New Vork .
j way system, held this morning at St.
! John's Episcoi-al church, was attend
ed by many government officials ani i
i rick's, Danville, has been transferred
to St. Mary's Moline.
FOR NEWS STYLE
IN LITERARY FIELD
Successful Writer Must Ac
quire Style of Daily Paper,
Decatur Has S10O.0OO ri.
Real Es'ate Securitv companv. capital- i " . " V, 7, ,V a T.TCT caiur, in., .xov. i'a. The Decatur
. . .. . . .. nd transportation world. As the body mill nf imoriran Nmi.n
f , I 'My"u M lrce2' w carried into the church just be- ! a8 bu to ihrmuVd vZrt
Nat.onal Young Women'. Chr.st.an j nto bankruptcy today by cred.t.rs , f, ac.,vit 0Jver ,ne;The f"," Ln to oir Sftn
Union Propose. Out.ng. lh claims for balance due on pur- j ,Ilhf.rn o.. 7 .,f, n., ,.f 1? u?,fd Vr 10.00-
Waukegan. P.L. Nov. 2. If present J
plan, carry t!i National Young Worn-
The company f.nanoed It. real
tate dealine t'.rouch the sale of six
an'. ChristUn Temperance union will j ftr CPnt bnuds thrournout til roun.
eL.b!i?h a national encampment for : try- The company hai large realty j tQ f
woriLljc iciri. on i:ie ti.uira ui r u
lake They would permit between
4.S04 and &.000 girl to have an outing
every summer. Charitably
! ceased for five minutes. Officials an-i jthe top of the mill and burned down
! employes at headquarter, of the com- wards. This mill Is said to have
pany assembled in the general otfices ground more corn than any ether mill
in Pennsylvania avenue and marched; of its size in the world. It win ha r.
Iie cburcli in a drizzling rain. The
... f(H,-Nn. TI.A I... ft
mnt hou.es in this city.
body was borne by six negro porters.
To"y Jannu. Arrive, in Hydro-Aero-Plane
from St. Louis.
Cairo, 111., Nov. 28. Tony Jannus,
Mr.. Rutherford on Probation.
inclined the bonds were Issued is said to total . , ,,i,, . .. . ,, X " iora. .-not. .5. Mrs. Eve.yn
of Chicago. Highland Park. 1 between twentv and twentv-five mil-! . - . . . V " .. ' Kutherford. a young bride who clipped
Lake Forest, and other nonh shore j .on .carding to counsel the pro- i t-ml" lu u ror n ( coupons from Rockefeller's bonds, and j aviator, arrived here frc
towns are backing the movement. Mrs. feeding, against the company are minutes ,n Mnn. raiIroad ' 1 cashed them to the amount of $24.009a his hydroaeroplane at
Truman v Bropny 01 r.lcago nas 01- fri-nd'v in nrotect bonJho'der. 1 . . 1' pieaaea guiuy 10 larceny ana sentence
Madison, Wis.. Nov. 2S. "Newspaper
style, which is becoming more and
more essential in the equipment of
every successful writer, is the clearest,
most concise and most interesting style
in which things can be writteu," de
clared Professor F. W. Beckman of the
department of Journalism of the Iowa
State college, addressing the profes
sors 'of journalism of 18 colleges aad
universities here at the 6econd meet-
ins of the American conference of
teachers of Journalism this afternoon.
"The news sense pnd ability to see
what is new and its new meaning to
the great mass of humanity is neces
sary to men in every field of endeavor,
but especially to men who write. It is
the new. sense which enables a w riter
to see through a mess of non -Kat-ntials
to the essential, through the dead rub
bish to the living facta. The ranks of
present day literature are filled with
men and women who had their train
ing in new spaper offices."
MAKES FLIGHT TO CAIRO
way department into a state of chaos.
The commissioner's reply was a gen
eral denial of the accusations. They
were inspired, he said, by chagrined
manufacturers who had failed in an
effort to foist on his department 'Just,
a good' asphalt for that designated in
the specifications. ,
The name of John A. Hennessy, for
merly a special investigator in ths
highway department, appeared unex-!
necfedlv In the formal rhareea. To
him wns1 1 Wl'lJ UtCo" HlerBenffriig' of" blTC
telegram to highway contractors last
July 5, notifying them that they must
use Barber asphalt.
This telegram was alleged to have
followed a meeting in Cooperstown.
between Governor Sulzer, Carlisle
George McGuire, an agent for the
Barber company, and others. Com
munication was had by telephone
from Cooperstown with Hennessy in
the highway department here, it was
alleged, and the sending of the tele
The message is said to have been
signed "Roy K. Fuller" by Hennessy.
Fuller is secretary to the highway de
partment and he previously has denied
ever having sent the message. j
Allegation further was made that j
two days after Hennessy was appoint
ing from interstate commerce all food
products which hav3 been in storage
more than DO days.
By Cary of Wisconsin Limiting the
time various foodstuffs ma3r bo kept in
storage and preventing misbranding
By Var of Pennsylvania Placing
a limit of ten months for the storage
of food products.
By Murdock of Kansas Providing
for an interstate trade commission.
i with power to correct cold storage
a.hioation - - - -
By McLaughlin of Michigan Call
ed on June 16, 1913, he was called
into conference with James K. Mc-i
Guire, an agent for and a stockholder'
in the Barber company, Carlisle and
others and informed that only Barber
asphalt would meet state highway re
quirements. Bo'h Hennessy and Sulzer, continu
ing for an investigation of the effect
of concentration of ownership on the
cost of living.
By Gorman of Illinois Providing
for an international conference on the
cost of living question.
By Britten of Illinois To Investi
gate Argentine beef prices.
In addition to these there are a
number of bills pending whVh relate
to the trust problem In geneiai.
Order. Inquiry in Chicago.
Without waiting for congiessional
action, however. Attorney General Mc
Reynolds has issued orders for a
sweeping investigation of the cold
storage problem by special agents of
his department. Tiie investigation
centers in New York and Chicago. At
! New York Special Agent Offley is lead
ing the investigation, with particular
reference to alleger corners in eggs,
by means of which prices hove been
; advanced to exorbitant figures.
In Chicago Charles De Woody, chief
special agent there, will Ibok into the
part the big packers have played in
hrinzine about the cold storage evils
ed the charges, received money from; Mr J)c Wootiy aiso i8 expected to look
the McGuires. "some of which, If notjlnto tne activity of the so-called "egg
the entire amount thereof, was furn- j trU8t
ished by the Barber Asphalt Paving; By the 8jmDte device of labeling
When Hcnneisy was apprised of his
alleged connection w-ith the asphalt
deals, he said that the accusation
food products that are kept In cold
storage and shipped in interstate com
merce ,so that consumers n.iy know
just where and how long these pro-
ought to be investigated immediately , ducts are kept in storehouse prior to
by a grand jury. f consumption, some members of con-
Members of Carlisle's board of ad- J greSB ),0pe. to check high priies.
visory engineers, Harold Parker, 1 lawyers in the hoube sa'J today
George C. Diehl, and William De Hart-, perhaps a simple amendment to the
burn Washington, also were accused jpure food law might suffice.
Consumer. Give Help.
Already the department of justice
has received letters from consumers'
fered to provide land and buildings
j friendly to protect bondholder.
late President Finley of the Southern j was Buspended. She was ordered to
near Llpplncott'. report. One draw-j
back is the existence of blind pigs I
and gambling at the lake. j
RETAIN FORT SHERIDAN
UNDER GARRISON PLAN
i ran w , uu was ai&u a uirtxitr oi
FIGHT TO CAPITAL
j Washington. Nov. 2S. Fort Shert
ittan, headquarter, of the general di-1
- f r. n vftl nnt ha ffaft iA hi t . A nAtt I
Trap Alleged Blackmailer.
Peoria. 111.. Nov. 28. Four day. ago
Postmaster L. F. Meek of Peoria re-
abandonment policy, which Secretary ; ce4ved a postal card demanding that he
I of War Garriton has decided to rec- deposit $250 In cash in a certain spot
on. trend to eocgree. In hi. firt annual or "suffer the consequence.." Monday
; report, which will be eent In next
Followlcc his recent trin to nractl-
f Frank McAdams at Canton.
i.aw, parson ana umer nome;C4i!)r every army post la the country, j who set a trap for the blackmailer. m.p Fights a Mob for 13
.Lotlirr card was received and a third
card reached htm on Tuesday.' The
report once a week for five years to
TAKES OWN LIFE
Rule Opponents Go to Dub
lin to Give Speeches.
: Secretary Garrison has decided that 1 Last night a man giving the same of
a number of the amoJl western pots j William Davis of Burlington, Iowa, ap-
Dublin. Nov. 2S. The unionist party
carried its war into the enemy', terri
tory today when Andrew Bonar Law.
Uader of the opposition in the house
cf commons: Sir Edward Carson, lead
er of the Irish unionist, and other
prominent man arrived to deliver
H'eeches on home rule in the Irish
ea-tabllshed year, ago during the In
dian troubles are no longer necessary.
He believe It will be better military
policy to concentrate the army la larg- j
er unit, in poet, la the vicinity of the
larger cltie of the west.
Abolition of the recruit depot at Fort
Logan. Colo., w ill be urged because re
cruiting In the west ha. fallen to eucn
low point. A regime-t of Infantry
will be tent to Fort Loga as a g&rrV
peared at the place where the money
waa to be delivered and vu arrested.
He- ha. confessed.
Hours Before Suiciding'.
Sayre. Off for Europe.
Washington, Not. 28. President
Wilson and party left at 12:30 today
for New Y'ork to attend the Army-
Navy football game. In the party are j to make the arrest, waa shattered by
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bowes Sayre, j a bullet. Jealousy Is given as the
w ho sail tomorrow- far Europe. j cause of the initial tragedy.
Canton, 111.. Not. 28. After fighting
several hundred men for 13 hours,
Frank McAdams, who murdered bis
wife at a Thanksgiving dance at Cuba
last night, killed himself today. Hun
dreds of .hot. were fired. The Jaw cf
Policeman Hagaman, who attempted
yesterday afternoon. The trip from
Cape Girardeau to Commerce. Mo.,
was made in a heavy rain, and he
narrowly escaped striking the Thebes
river bridge in the dark.
Jannus arrived at Commerce at 11
a. m. The hydroaeroplane was wet
and heaTV. and he stopped a while
Epernay, France, Nov. 2S. The two
aviators who, were burned to death
when their biplane caught fire yester
day near Chantemerle were identified
today as Captain Briot of the artillery
and Sergeant Pouillard. The men
were attached to the i-rencn army
of participating in asphalt conference,
with the McGuires and Carlisle.
In this connection it was further
said that Washington was given his
t1ie campaign. The Egg club cf Cleve
recommendation of McGuire. and Diehl, & Jq an
and Parker were recommended by . campaign In that city,
two contractors Interested n state j offered Bervlce8 a0fl g U
highway work Parker was aLeged to ! AKent clabaugh at c,DcInDatl naM
be a s'ockl.older in the Hassam Com- j been lnstrutted COmmunicate with
pressed Concrete Paving company to . office
The Housekeepers' Alliance of
Washington is one of the organisation
which the state has paid royalties for
the use of the paving process.
mese engineers receneu v u-, f th, characi,,r whi(.h haa eKt.rem.ed
and expenses for their services from , ,tg wllinKnt;liH "to operate with the
las' M.-iv uiitU recently. Parker and ! d(,ns,rtmn, ff fllnr. i ,.amna,an
Diehl resigned last week, it being said j
their work was finished.
to drive down prices.
Zelaya i. Held In Prison.
New- York, Nov. 28. Jose Santos
Zelaya, former president of Nicaragua,
arrested in bed on charges of having
committed murder in Nicaragua, was
held yesterday without bail for ex
amination on Dec. 1 Pending the ar
rival of a request for extradition to
Nicaragua, he was remanded to prison.
A writ of habeas corpus returnable
aviation center at St. Cyr and were ! Monday nl behalf of Zelaya waa Issued
flying from the aviation field to the today by federal Judge Holt.
army camp at Mailiy. j " ;
As the pilot attempted a larding on) Craig Trial I. Begun,
the outskirts of ChaLtermerle the j Shelbyville, Ind., Nov. 28. The trial
machine crashed Into a hedge. The; of Dr. William B. Craig of Indiana
tank then exploded, covering the j apolis, charged with the murder of
aeroplane and its occupants with burn-1 Dr. Helene Knabe there two years ago,
ing oil. The machine was destroyed ; began today. Of 50 Jurymen fcummon
and the bodies were badly charred. ,ed 40 are farmers.
Murder Takes Place in Early;
Morning Near Hall Where
Dance Is in Progress.
Kankakee, in.. Nov. 28 Arch
Hutching, a negro, early today killed
Policeman August Dickman. The
.booting took place In front of a hail
where a negro dance was being held.
Hatchin. fled, but waa captured twj
hours later, He refused to talk.