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   Des Moines Capital (Newspaper) - March 1, 1912, Des Moines, Iowa                                ELEOTUM HP CITY MUMMY MONDAY MUCH 11 V VOL. XXIX., NO. 27. "A CONSTRUCTIVE NEWSPAPER WILSON MEN CLAIM SIX DISTRICTS SURE FOR NEW JERSEY MAN DBS MQINES, IOWA FRIDAY, MARCH 1, HOME EDITION How to Save aJSajary of a Month By 5, N. Darting. PRICE ONE CENT. District Managers Present Re- ports Which Make State Man- ager Bronson Very Wilson Due Tonight, COLISEUM SPEECH BIGOEST EVENT OF THE MEETING, Will Address University Club To- night at the Savery and Speaks ftt Highland Park College To- morrow. Island. club, Savory. at 8 ji. jn. 9 10 o- UL. Savcry, Park t-ol- leflp, 10 a. m. I Ktu-k Isliuul, State Manager Broiwou of the Wilson league, after EI conference this morning with tlic dlslfid managers claimed six ot ihe eleven eongressionnl tiffitricts lor Uio i Jfew Jereey executive. A statewide ccm- ference of Wilson supporters is in progress at the Coliseum tiite artn-noon. H lie-san at 2 o'clock. Manager liroiifion .-laims the ciclesatlons to ITie state convenlion from thf. Tliirtl, American Woolen Company and Arlington Mills Notify Em- ployes of Increase in Wages, Effective Monday. 1.-The TioBting of notices today In ihc ArMny- ton Cotton and Worsted mills. n-Jtk'it Ploys Jiiiiids, nnnouncinfi a In- creaso of ,11 (east 5 per cent, to take ru'xt Moniliiy, regarded as ;in JmjJorfunt step toward the rtpepJy settle-1 nir-nt liie great textile filrlke, which Snvoh-e.s nearly persons. The was general In Lawrence I lh.il many of ihe other mills hero n-oulcl' make KlinHnr 'concession3 to (Ke opc-r- rno ArlinKton inffls ave nol coa- wlcfl irHh tire American Woolen coin- i A searojl.r of slnkera doing jiJcket duly .'as apjiarsnt flurjui; i'je 'Itours prewd- the lime, for licfc'Innlng of ivork. There appeared to he -A slight Ji the mimhc-r of people various mills, A party of children wh n the mills and who 'H to apnciir Before a conressna com- mittee in Washington tomorrow, toft this at a. m. The delegation only rhlrlwn inlttors, fo whom wcra slrVi. entering the have worked j been request- J ssional com- Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh -districts. lie atoo says that there Is chance In the Seventh nnfl and a fair chance In the First snJ Second districts. It te probable that some sort of a reso- lution pledging support to Governor TVil- ,60n'wlH be adopted at the rally this aft- emoon. Among the, more prominent Wilson to arrive Ihte mornlns were Sen- mtor Crow of MapJeton, Representative V Byerly of AnamoFa, Slate Comnjllleeman iAloore of the Fifth district, J. Denl- Jr., and .Louis Murphy ot Diibuque, M, J. Wade of Iowa "city, P. A. O'Connor of New Hampton, E. G. Dunn of Mason W. Hamilton nt Sigonrncy, and an Wagenen ot aioux City. Arrives at The dlslingulshed governor of N'ew Jer- sey, who eeeks the democratic noinlna- 'tlon for prcsidcnl, arrives In Moinos hi a 'evening nt o'clock over tho Hock ylstand. A committee of democrats com- of Jerry K. Sullivan, J. M. I'ar- A. Van of Sioux City, F. O'Connor of Hampton, K, G. '_punn of Mason City and Dan Hamilton cf (oft ai noon for Grlnnell lo meet the guest. TVhen the party reaches DCS .-H will be mel at the depot by members the Wilson and Henry'u BOSTON. S., -.March l7-Tlw" Ame -w ican Woolen company today notife s agents ID all of thirty-three mills in ICtW and .Vow Vork state to ad- vonce u-ugcs 6 per cent. The onier :if- fet.'ts about opem fives. Complaints Involving freight from Des on leather sbodA grave vaults and bottles have been "filed wtth of the Creator missloncr K. G....... Bos iloJnes committee. TJIC grave i-aiiJt conipJalnt tnvolyw a rate from MoJnes io Xeb, which IB 5 cents A Jnindrcd pounds'great- er than If the ahlpment was for the longer .tfinulB ,rrom Qulncy, St. Loui5, lluuk Island, Dubuque, Syracuse. Complaint Is made against the rate on bottles from arid Alton to DCS 3tclnoft miles) 'because it ccntH greater than the rate rfh frutt jars from MUTINOUS TROOPS IN PEKING LOOT STORES AND BURN RESIDENCES Desultory Shooting Resumed and It Is Believed Yuan Shi Has Lost Manchus Remain Loyal. LOSS OP LIFE AND PROPERTY IS HEAVY. Commercial Club Calls Attention i to the Danger That Threatens j Many Civilians Thought to Have Tlr--fit- -f n. _. lii the Wealth of the State This Coming Season. Warning of (lift dial corn cirop of Iowa will be i fent out to alt sections tup state by i UPS ifoltits Commercial club. On i lieu Monday Uie dub will liavt of these warnings roady for ilisirtUuUon. j They ivHi he prmtftl clrculHrs for use aa Inserts by Jobbtrx and bankers. Tlicy will lie in any desire'l lo jobbers ami hankers In any city of the I stale who will use 111 em us inst'iMs hi 1 nendiiiK out tfietr Iowa mail. This otter applies to any point in the state. Tito circular insrrt reads as follows: "Sevojjty jnllllc-jj dollars Is valtio of one-hair ot an average Iowa corn crop, You will rcallzo tiie value of lialt this uroy lo the business Interests of Iowa. Uo you know that lovvn stand a to lose this Iti value? [Ms srasoii cxcc-pi that Jierolc arc io. The cx- trcmt> wet of iht- parly spiJnjf anil the drouiii o[ llic summer months combined last year to kill lint silk and tassel on miH.'ii of tho Iowa crop, with the result a vrry lai'ge pari of tlic 1511 corn was not pallenfzed anil Is fleacl. At tlic Amea Junior short L-ourse the. supposedly jjest com from the 1331 crop onte-mtl in cam- ptlitlx'o classes [or prizes, when tested out showed leas titan 1R per cent of SI fil for planting. What alioul liie rest or tiie seed corn? U takes aboul l.SWear.s .plani. aewa. Why not tncourage your farmer to o'.t'untif lie .secures tills numbor of gouJ Been Killed and Worth of Buildings Burned Mutiny at Tien Tsin. lias again In ilia awl H It- Hut Vuan Sill VM so-no of bis Control. -None of tin- troops evcopt ilic- Mam-lms are to be on, aid ilicy evidently cara ouly li> imp-rial forbkl- I hrCrtifiiKJUt (liC loOtltlK Of ajuJ ON 1ms lit-en yums on in party of tjie rliy ajiil the re Uava bpi-u Jvivprn! ,'iltirmishfs liie irorjps ;nul niiii.uep.-jt in Hie eiiu- TPII looters captured ,n the net of ear- ryiits off propf-i-ty wt'i-e CNe-nceil on by loslitiems Loss Placed at The mcMidlrm' firos h were start- ed Iii9t Lilgiu iitwv all iK-cu exliusuishetl or havo died nut. The in; estimated 'I'lifl number of (hat Have oc- iMirred (Jie ami tltn dicrs Is not kuu'.vn, hoi ft is belle red thac the or life lias been heavy, Tlic ontliroak was a most complete aur- tpTisfi lo ihft Kovcrnnieut anil lo tiie- foreign k-galfons, JUKI there Is some of a recurrcnte of (He dis- H (Continued on I'age U. l-'irst Kectlon.i h vtvn iiieu.wiLn norx.er, is opposed to loo OoIOen tno interstate commerce communion at syslom as adopted by Chief Day by Prel-hi Com- the Dea'Molnea police .department. St. Ixmls to 31. (5li of shipments of, ijoitles end fruit jars were raised on January 33J3, the rate on fniit jars was reduced to the former level on January 3d Tiic rale on ms left 254 cents a rmnd pouiuls higher than before. Discrimination la charged in the raiea on leather shipments because the rate from Milwaukee to Des Molnes is 6S cents and from Chtaieo to Des Jtolnea 6) cents, which ara greater Uian the sum of -the Intermediate rales. By rcsiilpplng at JIlBslsslpni river points the rate could be cut flown to less than to cents In both HOUN' DOG" SONG .BOOT HAKE HIT IN IHIS ST. LOWS, JKX. March 'Tearing Uie recall, we refer the natter ot selecting music for a stale song to the people of the state themselves under he said Governor Had ley today. Oovcrnor Hartley hopes to bead off ue "Iioim' dog" song with something better bespeaking the dignity ol the (Continued on Paso 11. First ffecllon.) Churdan Pioneer Dead. "ncdal lo The Capital. CHUIIUA.V, U., March l.-Strs. SI. who been a resWeat o( this v.clnHy for the past forty years and a res Men I of Churdan ever since Uie town tra? started, tiled at her homo here yes- erday. Her husband Is a veteran of the civil war. She !iad been In poor health for years. She Icavn a family of grown children. This Is Levich's Picture, as Thrown on Screen by MacVicar t Has Caused a Threatened Law Enit and It Resulted in an Ex- citing' Session at Political 7 Meeting Last Week. ;_ Here 15 trie picture o[ Harry I-ovkh. .the professional oondsman. which has created1 much interest in the cilj- C.ILO- ptljn. Councilman MacVicar is tnrowing tne' picture on the screen during the of-hta picture show to point out audience how Ihe professional L'boriflsroan has been driven out of Ihe p.i. Jlce station he look charge of the de- The display of the picture >eVeraI meetings has uimost precipitat'rd small riot, t.evica threatened lo KCl out injunction restraining Councilman MaeViear from using photograph. Hi did not carry out his howeve- i The pictcire shown here ii the copy tro-ii ..wnlch Councilmsn MacVicar eecurej stereoBtlcon slide. The picture was s-- ed In an unusual way. R-CS :ed to sit for the picture Oetc-tir'- Ml on. who has charge Of the camera l_to photograph prl.onere. poce epart Mr. Graven believes that the Jrunr en -man should be, arrested and sent home. He assona that the "Golden Kule" must tlilnk of the famJIy as well as the man. Rev. Mr. Graves' views on the golden -are- searching today masked man who entered the home of Mrs. Jack Cudahjy divorced wife of tiie aon 61 .tLe lato Chicago millionaire paclierl who ejicapcil her from her own residence almost Into that o'f a neighbor. Mrs. Cudahy.told the today'tliat Iho intruder entered lier home, ruslied past her wpniaii eompQnlon and .wired ing problem of human society. The whole system by follow: her. Mrs. ,3 h n'a" Is toward her, front door and escaped mlng (o be more and more a permlei- into the yanl. The followed her clo-'e If human mrielr Th. to Ulc Jaasti whero ran scream. for help. Person.! who went to liar aid saw a man jump over a iiaek fence. An oi'orcoat, [rom which the jin'mes of both the maker and owner had been'cut, was found In nn ash harrcl in the rear of the house. receives a receves a financial profit out of tiie buslneas of making a man dninfc. anrt then takes from him balance of his cash way of fines, or throws him Into jail and tii clllrer care -from Ills oflcn lamlly thoJr only support, is a crime I the family which ought to stopped hr every selt-respectlDK corn- tilt 'problem tg not one inanity. This 'dlfficu to he solved by maudlin sympathy do as you woull like to bo done to' scheme. I am not at all In sympathy Kith Hie scheme of Chief Day of taking the man who Is drunk lo his home This Is the last place (or the man wiio Is I dnmk. The family can .better afford to! go without llir.lr bread tban to have Mm thero. When a man has lost control of himself the only thing to do Is to Place him whero he can be controlled This 13 why we have police. A drunk man should be arrested on Life- and properly arc not safe where this Is not done. The police should nol shirk their responsibility by attempting to throw It upon the driinhsn man's family 1Jlal, J, t. or nelihbors. There la no room for maudlin sympathy. here "Instead ot our system of flues on Ine drinker and jail sentence of Idleness, these unfortunates should be put to work colonl' In an Industrial ttlnblbhtntnl, such as a work house or ifie IlKc, where ho can be supervised his wages roaao to support nlmself and jam. lly. and where he could kept awi from liie thai makes him drunjc. .HAHnV LfiVJCU. 1ft I'T Ui YEAIt Supervisor of Grades 7.. c. Thornburg Principal Maurice Rlcfcor of West High are attending the national echool convention In St. Louis with Superin- tendent w. O. Ridden. Secretary Cllnlte of the schoo? board .aid (his morning that The CaplwTa Investigation of ertiool all of three are paying their own MpenM., gnr) thai for reason he himwlf bj not In attendance. The total cost of superintend- ent Drlnolpals to the same conven- tion last year at Mobile. was tni The taipayers paid It then. D. r-'. Givens will become president of IJe.s -Jtolncs .school board to succeed Itoberl J. Kleming when the new board Is organized after the annual on March nth. There will be two new mem- bers of the board chosen at the election. Mr. Givens will be the president because- or seniority of service. He was not a member of the Board tor the two years crlor to his present term, lint served be- fore that time. Jfr. Fleming will-continue as a member.of Ihe boardt but will retire froni the presidency. POPE BftRS JOBBIE SKIRTS Marcli Ids re- cent pronouncement affalnst dccollotto sowns at receptions, which are attend- ed by church dignitaries, the nope has now declared against hobble skirts. These are to be barred from nil pontl- Tlcal receptions. ...U3NDON. March i-TOth excep- tion of- a few uroalJ cblllerlei MtmtW In Rotated all the coal mines of the countrr aro Wle this morning. Some of (hose places work Is mill joins on, notably In Warwickshire, whore W.COO are etnployea. ihe miners will Join tile tomorrow. The only mine hi tiie country when the men have decided to remain at work Is a little one In norlhern Wales, and here the mining; la carted on under, police pro- lection. ATI off Via I roiurn Issuod this morning estimates the number ot who Have already lolrl down their lools as I, W9.W7. Importance of Strike. The importance of thfi roal miriins in- dustry in Great Britain is obvious from the figured of Ihn production of when tons of coal were pro- duced n-hoso lolal value at the pit mouth was The total number of per- sons employed In and about the mines In the same year wan 1.0U.U5. and of those SIS.IBI worked under ground. On the surface a considerable number of arc employed aortlng tho coal, these numbering in 1M3 nearly elx thousand The ofrectcd by the strike art Durhani, which produces about tons a year; Yorkshire. 3.WO.OOO: Staffordshire fJCO.OCO; Jferbyililre. Xorthumber- land, Monmouthshire, 130UOC0 and Tho continent of Europe relics to a large: extent on British' coal, of whluli France lakes a yearly average or to.wo.to) ions; Italy and Germany, fl.worxw each" nearly 5.W5.0CO: IliKsla, nearly Denmark, Spain. Egypt. Holland and Xorsvay.also lake about 2- WftWO Ions, and Ihe other countries In smaller amounle. Mutiny at Tien Tsin j TIKX TSIN, MAncif l.-Tlia i tiiiojia nl l''i-n" Tai, n vISIsijje twenty-two ;iniles oul trrjin 1'rkinc. nn Ulo PekltiE- fjeri Tsln railroad, muttyiml shortly atttr- this morning There uaa much, firing in tlm native quarter. i 'Thf lonrlKn community, composed 1 tlrely or raiUv.iy employes and their retired to the British military nearby, where !M soldiers of the Somer- set infantry are stationed to guard tha railway line. Dispatches from declare that 'S -In w open letter toflay, left's League 'of 'Woman Suffrage, le' asked lo give his on woman suffrage and whether In opinion women should be allowed to vote. Thn letter, signed hy 'H. O- Gue, secretary, is as follows: "Des Molnes, -Mareli 'Woodrow .Wilson: -Many of the news- papers have reported you y.s opposed to votes for women, but we liope and be- lieve they wpre mistaken. "On ihe bloody Helils ol Lexington ami Concord anil 'Bunker Hill our forefathers fmjjrht and to convince the world that derive their only powers from the consent of the sov- "RcpoRnizinK as yon must this great foundation principle of true democracy and renublicanlsm, vital reasons can you find for keeping even one woman in poi'i- ical slavery? "In the stales wJilch liavr; recog- nized this great principle there are over a million vroinen who vole; they control tlttrty-aeven electoral votes and might caelly clecfde the coming contest. Tiie re- pTililfe.tn presidentfal candidates fiave de- clared themselves Jn favor of for women, and we ask you lo the or present convincing reasons why we are "Yours very truly, "H. G. CUE. "Secretary Men's Uague for Suffrage." CLftRK ttWWED ont, However. r nith a cletachme.it or Somerset in- f-ntry w.is 5etu iri (l ,Wlt ,ocoraol, whereabouts ot the train lont.T were the only in Des >folnes wfco the of marriage on that In- frequent clay and yesterday eecured a them to mArry. are a of the thing? that are bound to (altow their They will noi a wedding anni- versary for years. The anrivervari- of their marrtagc will not fall on the same day aisaln (or twenty-eight years, 1C will 3M before thrfr friends wC? toe rfbie to give them presents In hon- or of their soMen anniversary. In spile of these circumstances w-liii knowledge of 4he resalt o( Tils act, for a license yesterday to Cicrti Willtam BalArln. Baldwin linked at him askance, but KIF? mcrriy smiled. "We're (fconffM It all hp saJfl, -and have decided It win bo sort or Tan io" gel ma-rried aay doesn't 
                            

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