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CAIRO BULLET! No THE MAN WHO DISCOUNTS Cairo Clearing House Certificates is not the friend of the Man who re-' ceives those certificates for his labor1. Give Him the "Go By." CAIRO. CLEARING HOUSP Certifi cates are worth par, or better, In the opinion of business men generally as shown by Bulletin advertisements. Read Them. VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 3l6 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1907. ESTABLISHED IN 1SC3. MUSI 101 PABT BIG. ELEVATOR CIVIL SERVICE OF EMBER i E ram HEROIC ACTION JUDGMENT W LABOR Ml circuit rnwrn REFORM LEAGU MANY MILLIONS SENT TO RE LIEVE 'THE NEEDS OF THE SMALLER INSTITUTIONS. CONGRESSMAN M'CKINNEY RE TURNS SAYS PHILIPPINES ARE SOURCE OF WEALTH SITUATION IN CHICAGO Is merely Matter of Unlocking Tho Coffers Northwest Richer Than Ever Before But Money is Hoarded. New York, Nov. 8. leading New But Government Must Remove Reve nue On Tobacco and Sugar to Improve Conditions Ex isting There. SAVED AN ARIZONA TOWN FROM DESTRUCTION BY AWFUL ' EXPLOSION. San Francisco, Nov. 8. After an ex truded (cur of tho Orient, I'hiHi)I.it s rnd Hawaii, Congressman McKfntiey, flora flu Rock Inland district of Illi t:ois, returned today on the steamer Stuck to Train and Dragged Two Cars of Explosive Out of Town Train Was Flames. in York banks were exerting tneniseives i jv-rsla nm w ill proceed east at once, actively today to meet the demands ! As a member of the territorial coin er ,.,,i., ....M!tln.,.tMi mid .loin.!'It?o which left here last June Me- Kinney visited Honolulu and later I liilippiuos. wherf! r.n exhaustive Kestlons made from several western I study 'of conditions was made. Ac sotirces that they are not meeting logi- cording to tho congressman, we must tlmato demands for currency from the WVP1 ",t(!in aly "lea e ,, , i , , . , 4, . islands go. fie said: west are entirely unfounded, and that ,, , . : , . , 3 "The resources of the islands are they are, on the contrary, taking every ui.boi nded. Great coal, copper and practicable measure to aid the west fold deposits have been found and and south. One of these large banks, I evR S'i'eat.er wealth seems in store with Hftveral thousand cm-i-esiinndenfs 'for the United States in other re- itors for currency. They declare sug -J has depleted its reserve by about a quarter during the last few weeks to supply currency where It is mos' needed. The country banks have been allowed; 'to draw down their balances to a point which affords In many cases hardly more than enough to meet, the drafts sold in the ordinary course of business. They have brought papeivfor rediscount to their New York correspondents in large, nniounts, ami the principal difficulty of the New York banks has coma from the demand for currency to be shipped against the balance created by these rediscounts. As the red! counts have been in the nature of ac commodation ami have not brought a cent of currency to the discountln banks,' they do not meel that they ",hul4..be called upon- U supply ."cm- u-ucy in' large umounts under the e-x isting conditions. The best possible judgment is being used in meeting these country demands for currency. Special favor is shown to small in terior banks where there is no clear ing house, because it is realized that they aren ot in a position to count upon co-operation and the use of clearing house certificates, as in the case of communities having a number of strong institutions. Must Hold Reserve. New York banks feel bound to re- ...i.-,.. !..!..., u tut.. .in spects, Immense timber holdings, fc.r iiistrnce. "There Is one thing," he added, "that imist be done quickly for the Philippines if America would better the conditions there, and that is to re move the revenue on sugar and to- bac o." ANOTHER DEEP tain a certain proportion of their re serve to guard against the possible stringency, because they fulfill In sub stance the function fulfilled in Lon don by the Bank of England and In rails by the Hank of Franco, as an ultimate resource In emergency. The aid being rendered the situa tion is indicated by the actual en easement of gold having now reached $10,000,000. The total was materially increased today by the ano'uncement vt several purchases which had not heretofore been made public. Of the amount engaged $21,311,000 has al ready arrived. This gold will afford a basis ot nearly $200,000,000 In loans ami will materially assist the New York banks in their efforts to meet the pressure for currency through out the country. Banks Doing Their Best. 'The fact that practically tr.ii.ftOfi.ono in currency has disappeared from New York banks within a week is con- tddered sufficient evidence that New York Hanks are doing their best In meet demands upon them. It Is ntt possible, to determine what propor tion of thla $00,000,000 went west, and what proiKjrtiou went Into hoards ii New York. It Is estimated in sour quarters that half the amount vaa shipped to western banks, but other bankers put the proportion somewhat lower, leaving a balance to be at-j counted for by boarding. The trea nry ha nominally an available cash Valance of little less than $1 7.000.01 K. but Ms does not Indicate the actual cast In the treasury fund. The amount of cash on hand yesterday was $119. 23.r,39, but against this are charged a number of demand HaWlitie s like itstandtng checks, national bank iote redemption fund and balance of disbursing offices, the latter item alcne stood for $C8.2iC.3&7, but It hai been materiall reduced by skillful book keeping at the treasury In order to release the cash without creating an apparent deficit. The amount tf the disbursing officers' balance as re cently as October 30 was I75.0S7.0OO. and the reduction In the amount may be considered as having been trans ferred ta a general fund for use In financial emergency. rn nnrninr i t WATFRWaY PiiUtNI lllll blllMII Ulll' I FRESH IMPETUS GIVEN MISSIS- ' tf pf" . AN'I? - R TO G ft AN DE " CANAL PROJECT AT CON VEN TION AT HOUSTON, TEXAS. Houston. Tex., Nov. 8. Fresh im petus will be given to the Misslsslppl Rlo Grande canal project at the con vention of the Interstate Inland Waterways association which began a two ilays' meeting in this city today Delegates were present at the open Ing of the convention representing many of the leading cities of Texas and Louisiana. The convention will take steps to again bring to the attention of con gross the' groat importance of the pro Ject that will connect the Mississippi river to the Rio Grande by an inland route that will be navigable to light raft vessels. Increased nppropria tions will be asked, and it will be. fully demonstrated that!, even though the paramount Idea is to better transpor tation facilities, another end to b gained is the draining of the low lands adjacent to the proposed route of the Inland waterway. Much of the projected waterway Is now navigable, bit a very lare part of it remains to be developed. The waterway was recognized by the last congress by an appropriation of $700,- 000. It. is now hoped to have incorpo rated in the next rivers and harbors bill an appropriation sufficient to complete the waterway. The move meat has the hearty indorsement of the governors and congressmen of Texas and Louisiana anil of all the commercial bodb's of the two states. , Douglas, Ariz., Nov. 8. The death list as a result cf the Naeoznrl ex plosion yesterday is' now placed at fourteen or fifteen, all Mexicans, be side John Chisholm, aged 13, who wan riding on the train when the explosion occurred. The train In some way caught firo. In the train were two open curs of explosives, and t!i fact that, the con centrator and n good, part of the town cf N'ucozari were saved from ruin, was due to the bravery of tho Mexi can engineer cf the train, Jesus Gar cia. Realizing that to cut out tha burning cars and escape on the en gine would expose the town to prcb aole destruction, he called to the rest ol the crew to jump, and started to run the train away froniMhe town, j He had taken it half a mile when the es.pl( sion occurred and he was blown to atoms. It is reported another member cf the crew stayed with him anil was killed. The heavy death list la due to the fact that the explosion occurred just as the train was pnssin'; a section house in which there were a number of section men. TRUSTEES OF; FOUNDATION FOR PROMOTION OF liJDuiTRIAL PEACSJ TO MEET. IIVITE CMHBIBfilCiS IN FINDING BURLINGTON GUILTY -tlx HUNDRED THOUSAND BUSH- PRACTICALLY ENDS MEETING- JOSEPH H.CHOATE ELECTED PRESIDENT. OF REBATING AFFIRMED BY COURT OF APPEALS. ' "P" lis of $iC,00( To IVucleuc of $C,000 Which is Hoed . to Crow 'ti a Million -Meir of Prmiricncs! in Movemenf. . , Company Charged With Having Vio fated Elkins Law Fined $15,000 -For Granting Rebates on ' Lard Shipments. Washington, Nov. 8. la St. Paul, Nov. 8. hi a decision filed tcday, the United S'ates circuit court cf appeals "affirmed the judgment cf r"Sicms.) , tIu United States circuit court for Use ELS OF GRAIN BURNED AT SUPERIOR, WIS. STEAMERS IN DANGER ROOSEVELT COMMENDED Ect Are Saved Several Buildinos Near Elevator Also Congined Aggregate Loss Two Mil lion Dollars. Dnlullt, Minn., Nov. S.Fife of un- For 'Determined Enforcement of Civil Service Rules" -Ask Con gress to Act For Better ment of Service. 1 Huffjlo, N. Y., Nov. 8 The annual to a call issued by Oscar K Stratum, j Wf Rt rn district of Missouri nsai.ist , kne wn origin caused the destruction j meeting of the National Civil Service seerU.'iry of commerce and labor. thojtlu Hui-iinstoii railroad for Kra;itlix !!' the Great Northern elevator "A"; Reform League practically euded this Joseph H. Choate was Ik-bo-.clK , of. grain, principally wheat, all cf-elected president and renolutli.n.i which was fully covered by insurauce. itt'tro adopted commending President The elevator wan owned by the Grout j Roosevelt for , "determined and effecv At this meeting the trusses ll i,. vtit0,i!(h0 ran,,, w't. ',.... I Northern raliroa.t but was leased to ve .enforcement, or tne civil erv.co .. ,, .., i .,,.. " ,v ' " " ithe A. D. Thompson Grain tuimnanv. laws and rules," and expressina satl-t- fln invitation for crntributions froml1"8 10 lg Hr rebates on 2t.6C7j0f Duluth. Sparka ignited the Grand I 'action that congress gives evidence the- public at large to be added t- the ! tJOUm'3 of ,un' hiipil from Kansas Republic mill on the lower bay slip. $40,000 Nobel peace prize received by ! City to St. Lotfts over the Burlington 11,0 lreu Lakes Dredge and Cock t trustees, of tho Foundation for the'j ''bates on lard ;hied frojii. KauaaTii1 Superior tc night with fiOft.OOO bush-ififternoon. promotion of ludustfial Jea; e wl 1 i"- il: w .' hold their first 'important meeting bij11'11' ,,, this city tomorrow.' I ' The company was charged with ha Of BURLINGTON ANf; ONE OF OLDEST RAILROAD AUTHORITIES, CHARLES A. PERKINS DIES AT HOME IN BOSTON. President - Poosevelt from; the Nor- and from St. Louis east over the To wegian parliament, and given by hhn IeJo gt auJ Weatem ttml COn as a start fop tbt fund. The trus- - , ti es desire to see this nucleus augu-1 u":uu"B' lu lu" uo v-l"u,L- mente.l to ar-proxlmately .a mlillcn ul BUIlfc" "veuiuu.iy lor.ioreiga pons. dollars for carrying on the work. It'11 waa 4SCTle" uie rauroa.i gave is the plan reestablish headquarter j the l1atkf"'8 a rebate M2 ct'ts Ppr end appoint a secretary , and such cctnpany and the Duluth-Superior Storage company, which contaitied the finishing plant of the Webster Chair company. At midnight it looked SELF PROPELLING First Steam Passenger Coach to Be Put Into Operation on Rock Island Soon. Chicago, Nov. 8. A s;'lf propelling steam passenger coach, the first to b.i operated In the t'uited States, Is to be put into service next week on a branch of the Rock Island rallrtal. The car made a trial trip today fror.i Chicago to Joliet and return. A speed rf forty to fifty five miles per hour wag maintained over a greater part cf the route and claim is made by its builders that it will net a savin of over $.1.( K a year, compared with the 'est of operating a locomotive. II K MISV MA'NLY MATTER OF UNBLOCKING NORTHWEST. Chicago, Nov. 8. The financial fit wation of Chicago an 1 the ncrthweft Is n.ainly a matter of unbkn kins. That is to say. the crdinary facilities for commerce and transaction of tanktTig have bM-n curtailed by the fhorae of current money. The bank en ar taking sups to return to the (CoDciuded on Third Page.) Employes of Cooperage Company ThsujjM to Have Perished When Big Building Bures. Boston, Nov. 8. Charles A. Perkins, aged 07, formerly president of th Burlington Hailroad, and one of the leading railroad authorities, died at his home in "West Wood Suburb late tonight. When 19 years of age he went to Burlington, Iowa, and be came a clerk in the office of the as Blatant treasurer of the Burlington and Missouri River railway. 5 In 1802 lie was appointed assistant treasurer and tljree years later superintendent In 18(5 he was appointed director cf the new Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy system, and in the following year was elected vjee president- and in" 1S81 advanced to; the presidency. At that time the Burlington system was controlled by New England men, and Perkitis UPmoved to Boston where the principal offices of the company were located. He continued in that office until 3901 when he resigned on account of the passing of control of tlje road to the New York inteersts Perkins was a director of the Ameri can Bell Telephone Company and was interested in other corporations. THREATEN TO STRIKE Cooper Miners Ask Management of Calumet Company to Rescind Decrease of Wages. Calumet. Mich., Nov. 8. Cooper n.lners in the employ of the Calumet and llecla company have issued im ultimatum that they will strike Mon day rnhss the management rescinds the wage reduction of 12'J per cent recently announced. About 8.00 men are Involved. Sheriff Beck is said to b arranging for the swearing in of "00 special deputies to be available in case they are needed. PRESIDENT'S TURKEY. Werterly. R. I., Nov. $. Horace Vcse.tf this place, known all over the United States as the Thanksgiving provldtr for the president. Is now Marching for' the best trrkey reared lr. this seetlcn to grace the White Hous table on the 28th day of this tronth. Mr. Vese Is proud of the fa't that he ha3 furnished hoiiday turkeys for every president frrm Grant to RccseTelt 4 other clerical assistants as may be necessary. v ' ' Tho trustees cf the foundation are the Chief jrstk-o of the 'United Stages the Secretaries of Agriculture and cf Commerce and Labor, and M'usrs. Marvin Hughitt, John Mitchell, Thos O. Bush and Skiih Low. These trus tees will receive the assistance of a'l advisory committee represe'itlog labor, employers, and the gen:rn.l public. ' ... Among thY members cf this, com mittee are Archbishop Joi n Ireland, rreBideut.-Uv.-lus Tuttle tf the Bt'8 ten & Maine' lailroail. President San- ue.J (jompesa i the AmerP-an lVdera tion" of LaHo? PrMcnr f.Unbil ,J. O'Keefe of the International , Long f.horemm, .'Marino and Transport Workers' assoc iation, Secretary Ralph M. Easlcy of the National Civic Fed eration, C Gunby Jordan, a prominent manufacturer of Columbus, Ga., and Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the International Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers. . i hundred pounds The judgment of Circuit Court Smith McPherson, at St. Louis June 22. .1906. was that tho Burlington ba compelled to pay a fine of $15,000. Tho amoutn involved In the transaction was abe;i;t 1 40. OA SI PRIACEIO CARNEGIE LAKE TO BE SCENE OF LARGE PROGRAM OF AQUATIC SPORTS CARNEGIE CUP OFFERED. MOTHER'S DEATH LEADS GIRL TO SUICIDE. New York. Nov. 8. Crazed bv the leath of her mother, Miss Helen Schwab drank a lurge quantity of 1-olson and then cast herself from the roof of a seven story apartment house where she lived, today. She was al most, instantly killed. NEW COUNTERFEIT TEN DOLLAR NOTE POOR COPY OF WELLS FARGO BANK OF FRISCO BILL IN ' CIRCULATION . Washington. Nov. 8 Chief Wilkle of the secret service, reports the dis covery of a new counterfeit $10 Na tional bank note. The counterfeit Is on the Wells Fargo National bank, of San Fran- citro, and Is a poor photographic re- roduction. printed on heavy bond paper, with no silk fibre. The treas- :iy numbers have been traced over with red ink. The back of the note Is better than the face, being a fair imitation of the genuine, except the coloring aroend the charter number, which is a muddy green. TRYING TO SCARE OFF IMMIGRATION Princeton, N. ,3., Nov. 8. Andrew Carnegie came to Princeton today to he present at the festivities attending the first regatta to be held on Carne gie I.Ake, ' the artificial' waterway which Mr. Carnegie provided In order that Princeton might take rank with other American universities in the matter of aquatic siorts. The lake has been completed almost a year, but this is the first regatta to he held on It. The main feature of the regatta will be a four-cornered match between tho various classes o fthe university. The Carnegie Cup has been offered and the winning crews will have its num erals engraved on It. Following this will be an exhibition race between Coach Titus and O'Nlell, of the Non uarleil Rowing Club of New York. The program also provides a number of events for eanolsts. demolished, entailing an estimated i ggregate loss of two million dollars. The fire started at the southwest cor ner of elevator "A" dock anil com municated to the elevator. The steamers W. A. Parent and W. A. Rogers were in elevator "A" s'lp loading wheat and the latter was to take out W.OOO bushels of wheat to morrow. The! steamer I'tica, Alva and Chill were on the opposite side of the slip and were pulled out by tugs to save them from drrf ruction. The Clove elevator, owned by the Peavey company was on Are and for a time It looked as, though it would go but the fireemn succeeded- In, extinguishing, the fiame.j. The blaze also spread to a saw mill, the property of Peyton, Kimball and Barber, but this likewise was1 extinguished. before serious dam- ago- was dond, of stronges support of the principles cf the merit system. The resolutions urge congress to take further steps to relieve its mem bers entirely from "unprofitable lal or of distributing patronage," and urges as though all would be completely I the president and congress to provide for a competitive 'Classification of as sistant postmasters, pension examin ing surgeons and fourth class post masters; also to provide that all other postmasters and collectors of cus toms and Internal revenue shall be appointed by promotion, thereby p.bolishtng the present practice of ap pointing inexperienced persons. The president is urged to "make such amendmfntfl to the civil servP-e riies asi will reduce to the minimum the practice of making special excep tions thereto."- The policy of placing Indian agents in charge of an ap pointee classified under the competi tive system is approved. , '..Paper were read by William Bud ley Foulke. of Richmond. Ind.. Fuller ton L Wn'dtv secretary of the Penn sylvania Civil Service association, an.! Professor John A. Faifiie, of, the Utii. versity f Michigan, ' 4; , . At a banquet tonight the principal speakers were Richard Watson Oi'der of Ntw York. Attorney Genera' Rnua paite and William Dudley Foulke. DAMAGE 13 GREATER. Lultith, Nov. 9. At two o'clock this morning (Saturday) tho fire seems to he under control, although still burn ing fiercely. The property destroyed at this hour is: Two Great Northern elevators; Minkota Flour Mill and Elevator; Freeman- -'Mill and E'e vator; Grand Republic Mill and E'e vi'tor; Commander Mill and Ele vator; twenty dwellings and several fcinnll warehouses, It Is now 1 fstl mated that the damage may reach $2, EMPERORAND EMPRESS Of Germany Start For England Given Royal Send Off Em peror Appearing Well. St. Paul. ?.rv. 8 The- ff! nd ware?:Pf:Ke tuii ling of the XcrtVm Cfoporaee company was tctalTy de stroyed by .fre tonight. Arthur Glanders and Frr l T) !! KARATAGH DISASTER MOST APPALLINC SL Petersburg. Nov. 8. -A ditrh r-!r.: here from Samarkand by the cfT'cial fkraph agency av that a soerial repne,-ntative of a local Iflpfr. ho u int to Karatagh. Ii the Hissar district cf Tokhara. which Vienna. Nov. 8 The government today Issued a warning against thesi agents v ho at present are so busy Inducing Austrian and Hungailai emigration to come to the Southern state of America. An ofTic lal circu lar on the subjeet by t'nited States recommends thf iwople who contem plate emigrating be very cautious and not follow the advice of emigration amenta until reliable guarantees are forthcoming regarding the protects for emigrants In the Soi them states. TWO BURNEQ TO DFATH terlin. Nov. 8. Emperor William and the Empress departed shortly be fore midnight for Flushing where they will embark for England. The Emperor looked well and chatted cheerfully with Inierlal Chancellor Von Duelow and Prince Oscar, his young son. The public Is demonstrat ing: enormous Inter-st In this visit The railroad station was thronged with cheering crowds, Rtnong the peD- lle being several members of the caldnet. prominent military officers and other officials. LOWERS HER RECORD. !w York. Nov. 8. The giant tur bine Cunarder Lnsitanla. which en tered this ort this morning,, broke all hfr previous records I; four days, 18 hoi rs and 40 minutes, thus clipping off one hour and 12 minutes fiom her previous low mark. 8he brought over in gold $ 10,0. 000. DECISION ANNULS 5.000 MARRIAGES myder. two boys employed In f-e , .Ntrn. by 8 landslide f-!Ic w beiiding are mt!rg. srd it is i"2 th f-arthiuake rf fietobpr 21. re- that they cri.he. in the flame. Th that " t0 itTf ns )rihe-l and k.s is 15,00). jct'y TO r-scapej. Captain ef Fire Department and Ship ping C'erk Mee: Fearfal Death in Charleston. W. V. C5iars-n, W. Va.. Ncv. S A L r st'-ry LinMing of-e-. j-ierl bv the whK--a:e grin-'-ry firin cf Ruffner Pmthrs burtifd to.!av. The losn Is f.'OOfn. Cajtain J. i. Foley cf the f.re dcpait-rre-il tnd J,n I?y. a ' s'li-'piag clerk. er burn-l to death an-l jht- eral firM a rerejve l minor injuries, jci.i,rt. Chicago. Nov. I Five thousand marriages between Chicago ccuplei which have hen performed in Ham mond, lad., w ithin th last five yar arj declared to te !!eal in ai opln Ion rendered yesterday at Hammond by Attrrue BoaibergT. He hcl.'s that lirnses indued by the snericr court tf lake ccunty, located at Ham mond, were issued iil'-.i";. as th court at I'rrwne Pelut as th OHIO REPUBLICANS CHOOSE CANDIDATE Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 8 The Re publican congressmen of Ohio tonight decided upon James H. Cassldy, of Cleveland, as candidate for post mivster cf the house of representatives to succeed the late Captain McElroy. Cassldy is private secretary to Con gressman Burton. The postmaster ship has been held by an Ohloan fcr many years. Ptirton said he had not finally made up hla mind whether he would be a candidate for re-election. OUTLOOK OF SOUTH AFRICA HOT BRIGHT DID NOT MAKE GREAT IMPRES3- ION ON GERMAN COLONIAL SECRETARY WHO RETURNS. Berlin, Nov. 8. Colonial Secretary Dernburg arrived today after a thre months' trip to German East Africa. According to re)0rts of correspon.l- etids who accompanied him Dernsbura; has not formed an enthusiastic Im presslon regarding the possibilities of the colony. He thinks, however, it can be gradually built up and become a valuable possession of the Empire, chiefly through the natives. The out look for German Immigrants, especial ly Individual farmers, Is not enticing. except in a few favored regions at s high altitude, and there are no great profitable openings for German cap ital. LORD MAYOR SWORN IN CCHEME TO BUILD A SUBMERCED DAM Sir John Charles Belt Takes Oath of Off ce Lord Mayor's Show Today. London. Nov. 8. Sir John Charlei Bell was today sworn in as Lord Mayor of London. Tomorrow be will be formally inducted into office with the time-honored pageantry known as the Lord Mayor's show. The proces sion ttiis year promises to be of ex ceptional brilliancy. lule M. Parker, who managed the pageants this sum mer at Warwick, Sherborne and Bury St. Edmund.--, has assisted the sheriffs committee In the arrangements for tomorrow's spetrtacle, so that Londpn may maintain its dignity In thece new das of paganf ry. LEAVE OF ABSENCE Of Six Months WM! Be Given Com mander ef Philippine D'Visien c Army Fab. tst. Washington. Nov. A di-patch r cived from See-retary Taft. at Marv a. says that Major General Wool, cflin&andiaff the Philippine ii;sirn. at his on request continue, in that cnjmand until February 1st. H" lil then b alljwed about six month leav of absence which will enabir him to return leisurely to the United La teg. Major General Join F. Wwtos will succad General Wiod in comna:i-i f de-jMUlme-nt if f'fci'ipplws. IN NIAGARA RIVER RECEIVING CONSIDERATION OF INTERNA TIONAL WATERWAY COMMISSION. Buffalo, N. Y, 8 The scheme . build a submerged Jam across Nia gara River just above Niagara FalK is receiving consideration by the in ternational Waterways Commission and a report favoring the plan will probably be submitted to congress at Its coming session. It is understool that members of the commission te Ileve this plan will restore lake levels. The dam, as p'a'"'td. It said to nit the objections cf practically all later efted parties It Is also said that ich a dar.i will not aff-M the fail. WIFE UNFAITHFUL S.iys Not Left By Husband Wh Killed Hee Daifgbter Searching For Ttys Finds Bady. HcuM-in, Tex.. Nov. t - Sa-cttr the fc'iuse for a n b-ptacM t.-v the ught jear-ol.l dst;iiter vt M tW Andr-n. four, t the JfsJ be!r cf her imther in the Hf-&a of tfir tcee in Ho.i?cn Heights War. er ) i almost severed from the vr. It.e woman met death at the ha.' f fcr subend brv! v r re t him Tlesd, she a tnfiU'a'. Aa dersfa ?a disappeared.