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Daily Commonwealth, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin I PHONE NUMBERS I Job Printing Department Adv. and Subscription 54 356 16 NO. FOND DU MARCH 1913 PRICE TWO CENTS TOLL OF STORM MAY REACH 100 WILL PROBE THE C. N. ff. SERVICE Partially Restored be Given lion Increases list j Airing LOSS AMOUNTS TO JEFFERSON APRIL 10 NATION WIDE VICE President Learns About White Slave Traffic THE EASTER LESSON WILL INVESTIGATE THE Six Dead and a Score Report J Railroad Rate Commission Determines President Wilson Receives Illinois ed From in Southern I to Hold Hearing in Response Vice for S ates Was Heavy to Complaints I Findings i III i i HI Mirth -Us I fl lit l 1IVV L 111 Hit toll of I Madison is M in h 1 lie rail deil in hi MO n vln h twin l commission his fixed 10 iv sti of tin vi t md Js he w II be will OK tnc 1 on li mdr d win Injured ind Juts loss i ink was dum I r stored i ion from tho sou h r or of u t strut lion ev before th i x u t of ill I Is kllO I in fr mi the hoi 1 I ind t HM v I li most severe tli v l in vi irs vh ii i is v ith d III If do H liv th bi u I last s hut lint in WHO fr u tin I r un vi k d in n ulit s torn In limn iii still n I u t i i e uhs le oriel ive followed vvi ither was blic eio Mom es win most low temperi me 111 I nit I I D I ation s lau 10 stimp oil vili to 1-ond dii 1 ic omp int the Ins been male bv the Ii ffer on club of v here nt will In h id l Tin however In the st on it on the I h 10 vvi h 10 tin Mom otions n ide on tint division ENGINEER BRAVE IN DEATH'S JAWS vt lems i stir d to day liter listen ing to the ilce mission v In i is the ship between the low wakes for and tlu white lin I h M r o b of situ mon il the full of Ilio situation slid President to O H ira nl the legislators and I wish MM I would lent pipers is voj h iv I pared with me ml I is vo i 1 will iv ton I si l I hi mi mu w is i i i i 1 in IK t in tlu n i I nt ind 111 l tin s 1 u th. v ird Stops the Tram With Engine Crumbling Bridge FALLS WITH MASS INTO WATER REGARD AS PARIS MADERISTA TROOPS TO ATTACK Approach of Federals Changes Rebel Plans of Warfare TO TAKE NACO AND CANANEA Expect Little Difficulty in Taking Towns and Scattering Will Concentrate at llv th Li I r ss I U i -s Anz March 22 I hi Mi troops In bonori sun todav ike ded to rush attack on Nato and Central is able to send federal troops to n tne The decision ib HIM d it is bv the report tli il four thousand fi tli ral reinforce me 1113 in on the wav to Nato The state troops to luili in capturing the town Jand disbursing garrisons after which will at The decisive battle of the is id neir mas in two weeks GRILL DAUGHTERS MOORE RESIGNS OFFICE United States Weather Bureau Head Leaves the Service EXPECTED CABINET POSITION Disappointment in Not Receiving a Portfolio Leads Willis L Moore To Take Step I v IK I nlK i I n on D Moore the Lulled St C March 22 for chief of weather bureau re- of Agri cnl ure Houston accepted Mr Moore s resignation to tike 31 over his failure to be aj of bv President is said to have cm id Moore s retirement vv is Moore Is a an I h id strong Influence enlisted la hib for i position WILL CONFER ON IMPORTANT BILLS Six Deid in Ohio leu land Ohio Mirth dead i stote missing or j t Three Hundred Passengers on Boston Tram Owe Lives to Pluck of Locomotive Engineer New York Playwright Now Men for Post VOTING MACHINES MINE EXPLOSION CREATES A PANIC OF MRS. EATON Committees of Both Houses to j hold Joint Conferences Police to Hold Second Woman a Slayer of Admiral BUYER OF SOUGHT COVER VARIETY OF SUBJECTS j Proposed by Assemblyman Mahon Indiana Town Plunged foi st seor Injured iml pro Iti v ed it two mi I lions is UK of the t igh v mile g lie tint swept Olio I u to smaller town i hab nol bei n ml luir and done Ih I ml I v i 1 to int tin 1 1 r s ml MS i Mirth weakened t Hoods ihi of trim from Montreal to mti the Boston and Maine I r tl de i h hire tod I and Uu co iches to PRESIDENT'S SLATE Wm F McCombs Declines Proffered Honors Or May Follow Suit Would Repeal All Laws Relating to Voting Machines sp nl t r I i HUT i iw ndi M reh 22 com lie t I ion of in tae ed e of the n tant liter the Huron ind Seneca counties suffer a step on t ed most II Is Un d i bridge re will null half a million One wiv mm wis k lied in Senica md New 1 of the engine into tin 1 i hoked stream xvi h i s cr nen aic believed to in Hit like mar mil though were seen when lef Hit niniK in i small bo it liw hours More thin I f v Uu t mtt 1 1 11 s i n s D C Mirch An the New todav came into nee under the t no of tin presi for the il pis i i following tin final of engineer mil fireman w to t tin PJ I j t is new ill vv in h i in the -s emb v Themis I Miho This in isi i ib in i 111 n introduced i v mbv mm cr on ill tin on the statute books the wi oo pounding on tin locks No true tu men has teen discovered Michigan Lots Amounts to Millions Difolt VIch Much of 1moi bv tin in the In the of tin v catlier bureau x i n impo aible lid it l many tuns and sections of the sta e s II K vas known the propt t vvn mi into millions It is aico tint one vvi k lied two fi n j md tin bundle oilers i in i inner bn i the l dov n to 1 tn in cd u K i on the h mid Iv he In rt da th it J Vc if i ion lion sale po tits bo men i ed iv t ki t ic i I own l In i is o limit d lint t e 0 11 out i ri I t u ii t l. 01 im in o itn loan to he noi i i id wist vvi lu ile t Dai age Nom nal m n kit i i e and bore 1 i li mu ol the i isi I 1 v ihe 1 id IH li swei V j b n vc list s wen i n the trim to The committee in elections of the J n bull nt slue 01 I i his hill before it 101 consi It rilion v wis at tod bv MiCombs ind liv of GIRL IS HINTS AT SUICIDE l Posses are Searching About Oconto I to Locate of Well Known Oconto Family probable of irle to ippi mlm nt to the com. ol SI lames Mr McCombs Declines Mr I 2 r Me o of the D c i the nj tint IH hid declined to b come t i -dor to 1- rim i in State of Frenzied Excitement Through Reports I v tli I nil I I r is In I Tint from three to ten minors wen injured hole fit in i tod iv in the coil mine No 10 just wist of here was this if let noon ifti r reports of i soon killed threw the town into i stile of The mine of 1 cmh three burned Fv c witnesses ot the rescue worl siv ten injured were carried i of lie shift The explosion wis j i sma I pin of the mine be j liu ed ind the workmen u the tunned tto being en Ii was n ported thai the entire force of 300 wen in Old Letter Furnishes Clue to Make Charge That Widow Was Guilty of Killing the mine fe v w ro the linn while a wink in ficl I 11 l I I r na I Mardi C' I be ins i Iv posses ibis sit ion to Imd vister aged member of i v known who od during the snow orm leiv ng i note telling her fir lid v i tild The left bi foit noo i Ilir il OIK e not discovered un til in the if orn on v hen M I bi gan I p to i OOM ti d l no tr i o ol hi r Ind been I is lulu I in i omn it d sun le OF ALLENS IS NOW SEALED w h i n p nide dial the cf f u of the people idon e' Ih n in the ttU of Mihm kce ilom tilt pir lo t irds o 0000 votes last as the result ot usi of the inr n s pre under t nil of t it of i nst has -i lurid In the com j m Hospital Punctured by Steel Slugs Confessed he Made HURT BY BOMB OF OWN MAKING 1 flie mil Inn b in in use M Hv ulti I ond du Madi on Superior mil of tie r I I ri ios of tl f t ti that il of no Supreme Court Erects Barrier in nc r Last Avenue or Escape TO THE CHAIR FRIDAY Cn ef Justice of tic 3 Refuses to Their Conviction the Bomb That Hurt Him I t I t MHO I I r S Ill IS N March Ins Hid lleno i w is 1 to a hospital here todav he wis bv i bjn bib own nuking At he IK found the bomb in i while he NEBRASKA MAN TO GET OSHKOSH BRIDE If t I f park md th i il exploded vis examining it md inadi I vim m In bide thi I is m i d found i ir nil rules j ill o od t i v id K i In onfi sed N i i U si o w n i o ttd Iti 11 e b ate i id r iri w is t H w i u u carh tudi u f u id do i i but t j c i d l d in IM i Sv eef s Ten vt I o J l ro tl e were killed In the ept itM r Hie Injured will r uh and of i IIM o more will dli of wounds buffered In in f nt il e Oil 11 ici cai i ot be phen In t ill r mill enc doi tic tr i li is bun gnat md ihe lull ue of tlic i 111 be t i known for several Cj Gale Clews Mi mri v the win I i Low I r a d 11 t i r stoics t lilli cH Indi c n irl le i 3 fp i u d I in 1- North Mis i 4. i tst J id South Km re d because of l 11 i osl to n te l Kion of tele u d if wires bt I ouU No been re fiom I exit where nd Is raid to Im n down i lu of li i i of H r In the South li j ami circular Et ne sti K swung ud Mirth i t ic r ind I I ic to li ml lime m i pros on pase S 0 Mrs 0 s ni i ids r ItiKka ifl 10 n 1- U n l of i ulri n Mi i i in is i IK 11 of Mi Mr J il Mi i mo I n will til e Iitt n to bi ib 1 on an 1 tin p dive nd during i bv lid i of friends 1 few igo Mics I IK 1 I iff west in 11 i inl ci this fip shi registered it tli it urn for govern milt laid in ve ir u Alon ro va 10 i 11 i is m 1 vv one of tin turn e one it driving n oe v ins i v p of I ind she uo ii on upon the dai n md in i tli hoim i t roving i tn th Imd She M nt i r 11' v I is um i wnh tho i ion f 11 unu i u m ilio e for tlo REMAINS TO ENGLAND Aches cf arc Cn cased m G ft of Admiring 1 snd Serf ru tin I lit tmv from i work hot cherished lue gif of us in 1 started eastward Ing the i hfs of he I actress to her n in Miss who j the in d ind s veril o her i il died I here In a local of ona C M of the I nite i s tod 1 if KW the Hov 1 1 n in 1 hi i CI I H t I to Ii d 1 ml it I ion I i for Hut M POSTMASTER ON ARSON CHARGE toir rot m murder list Miri i In touri 11 I r sort the Aliens mil I u ism of the elm I jus itt MI ins tli it th n n die V id ill iv on s f i n u nov il TIP TO FRIENDS BY LA FOLLETTE Senior Senator at Madison Asks l port for All Progressive Mcas in Legislature rl I l t I I 11 K i i i Hi i M rth Si m or Mi I here to liv o In rother L I i roll who ib i 1 it l ic honu ol litir s Mrs Sn II I j s o m in IK n i i iv r I Hi s i d I w nt il si port dm cd in t li t wl o i 101 then FRANK S BLACK I Former Governor of New Sue to Heart Disease After Several N Mirch 8 ick governor of New died it his home 1 1 isl meht of III ness If ill won en wire no would c a bigamist FACTORY IN PANIC Iii Mi r f n old i on o I VOs I lit in- f r n 5 r t II l o i r 1 10s u iven le 1 n In s I lie f md Mibs Dorothy worth tin two stepdaughters of Hear Admiral Joseph Fiton were put through a long State Detective John H bcott ind John T Cci don In an effort to tin cf Ihe who purchased the with which U Is Hie admiral was murdered Oft cer cioll tint another n idit be In iddi -T to lura Jennie Harrison Faton who charged her hus bind s The detectives era anxious to learn from all she knows in connection the presence of poison in e Lalo i home Widow Flans the police were making ncrv effort their case her Mrs Baton planned her defense with her two in her at In the she had sent i i otc to her daugh tors to be cheerful and lo tike care of Ilir Mrs Har rlson who Is d III at the Eaton home U was learned i letter written bv Ihe deid officer a few davs before be died to a cousin in I was the principal of the arrest of Mrs talon The district learned of tin conti nts of the letter n few hours before Mrs I Blue Sky the Dry and Woman s Suf frage Bills to be Considered lo Thi Commonwealth Midlbon March feature of next committee before the legislature will be the joint conferences of the commit lees of houses upon bills On committees ot both houses will hold joint hearings upon all the nre bills which beeh introduced into the legisla On the same daj a joint hear ing will be held in Ihe senate parlor before the committee ou taxation and the committee on finance upon all Income tax bills On the Joint committee on and Ihe commit tee on transportation heir argu meuts on the Howe providing for aij for the taxation ot telephone companies On the eve nine of ttat there will be a gen oral discussion in chain ber on ihe subject ot omans auff rage On ot the will meet the corporations committee of the senate to consider all of the block and bond bills which been introduced In both Two of bills arc pending before these committees There are a number of bills to amend the present block and bond law eral ban been intro in both the senate and the as to regulate the sale of nous stock These measures are more known as blue sky laws OIK of the mos interesting liken from her home bearings il this session of the legis the contents et letter arc la nrc will bo held in the It polite beint guarded It Is n tint through It the police believe h found a for tlie d I murder Second Woman In Cace the of the search for he drug store where the poison was on at 10 oclock upon the mile This wab introduced in the legislature As sembl man A of Mon roe On the committee on death ist to I son and Iht of the was aw in of tli i It w is to bo put Tin chief justice of thf me i U on M in h I T shir i v ni toi of tin 1 ox liner It 1 it I il h Ht How nd II million l nn 1 I in ot sh iii m I I ml shirl v of Mil vm kn in un 1 r m this oh il with Fire Mir sill Ml II s that ivo ji d to set tin lint ite on lin four He w ls I thc court 11 was intimated sold ind the Intimation that a second will consider bills worn in would be soon it bv Sharp and mule thai the the po with to the lice ire working on w III be the charge uon of t weeds in ihe slate Hi it Mrs sent a woman close On the sinu the com in her confidence lo purchase the pol ml lee on elections will consider the for the direct clec ion of Si lies His Is i direct of Oregon law Ihe will be court ordered tint i grind a heiring convene next week to heir Ihi noon the is Mr iton This 01 judic This is fa h Ion WTS liken at the re of DIs bv Jennings r who is milous Ho as strengthening the present iO have an Indictment If pos wi ind liw will be 5lblt before Mirch 2S UK si t give i 1 afternoon he of Mrs Fiton s committee on public welfare rt I f il 01' nil rU v v is jo tm ist r it I I i no in i I m t l i vv is 1 tsi lirt n t for M irdi a Inn nv commission be for Mrs Kiton could brought to ml Much is guon this I crt owing lo st made riton oine time before ath thai his w is or v or thr SEARCH CREAM CITY FOR ACCOMPLICE Ihr t i I SANDBAGS GETS ONLY CHANGE III Mardi p ef i n d thr liter Milwaukee 10 loont of Mrs Harrison when she I for Krausi Jl who roh II I i o r hi nit r m 111 n I Ilu n 10 t t it i i i tnv to 11 u in i ennui I h r no in I her Mn ill Sin COLLECTS TAXES IN MOVING VAN i Much hi i u i i mov nc in for tin Ice i tun of i or ot I taxes and T rt s Stci has been list u ted o proper v of di Mo I of Ihe delm q it i a re the o' sma 1 b oreb In tut dov mown district I hive n do d inv ASSASSIN SHOOTS WRONG OFFICIAL I II I i It 1 I r v-s i m km Mirth 22-C.tmral b ng minister of cdm i on ded In T- i bt ing s i bv 1 i si i Tin r tl ought he wis Shi Hf I li an ic it if N i acid 1 who von re sed that she d forged checks bu she pass de- i n mon il in a sti ri of The girl sivs el bid m to bo nir how to wor in ihi truk ELEVATOR BURNS LOSS IS 22 TO VOTE ON COMMISSION acular lire whici s Mirdi before m roved the Ding I ci uens will de vrill Hour md plint whc her the i form of ni j South and reels pal will lit I The of II e five stoo and i fo m of mil its n em at
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