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Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - January 25, 1912, Eau Claire, Wisconsin MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRfSS 6394 WESM THE LEADER WERE CIRCULATED YESTERDAY THIRTYSECOND YEAR CLAIRE WISCONSIN THURSDAY JANUARY 25 W12 PACES TUB PROPOSED X12AV WAGE CONTRACT TO BE PRESENT ED TO OPERATORS 5 THRAC1TK MIXERS AND OPERATORSJO BE HELR CONVENTION XVIIJi NOT AD JOlRX UNTIL DECISION IS ARRIVED AT ludianapolis Jan Demands fui wago increases of 10 cents a ton for bituminous coal and 20 per Cunt for anthracite were vndorSed by iho Scale committee or the IlopreyOTiiiiLiivrs of tile biuinit ipiuois present the pro new contract to the of Indiana Illinois Ohio Pennsylvania und Western llrPK FIST FIGHT RXSLES AFTER DE CISIOX OP JTVEXHE noxvx AND nis SHADKS DARKENED HEARING OPENS AT THTATIl BEFORE COMMISSIONER OF INTERSTATE COMMKRCK NDS OF XJEWSPAPEU AND FOLLOWERS IN A FREE FOR ALD Jan fist iOK ZEX ITU CITV COMMERCIALCLVB QVTLIXES ALLEGED DISCRIMINATIONS TFSTIOXY G ROY XV1U LAV FOUXUATIOX FOR THE CASE Jan botvvsr iniyspaptr Of lakeand rail rattS at lake ami followers Ciit Mazdoznan i result for which Dulith coni a jtcau in tho lake and rail case Merrit Piekmy in Ihe of which opened this aftoij Jfur Ottivmaii zar AduriH Hanish noi Harin of the Inteisuite Mrs Elizabeth Lindslay was a jrop Conimisgion er custodian for 12 year od Will i his opening stitcmevu of down lls fvB blackened outlined The alleged Ms tlmuite minors and operators will JiKl hS clothing torn Dr crimination ana preference com be IHII in New York in February Presciit contracts in both tle hard i HA The principles of the draft of a now contract for the bitummous su mit to the convention today Thompson a follower of llanish was beaten tvmr other men women wcre sillier knocked or pushed down and 50pqFSQns engag Id m the combat outside the court door The fisticuff cam when followers plained of and contended that Ihe breaking of lake and rail rates at ttLcCrepiircstvouldendjirH opportun scale committee were ip of Hanrsh linsthftiush I which IKmight pass from hj court roved without change Flat ten cents aton run on mine bisis Twenty percent incna Thev i automobieexriu photographer tried to fm othrs tile for day j of the lt and Dr Thomp TTsr Winking hsyofKiven hours at the working Kivts hours to dny ttintracts for period of lwu years beginning April 12 iriemis sinasiied camera Friends of the newspaperrnffiTat tnekejjthequit turbaneeand Tinpried Hanish and his into the court room ihey departed1 Roy Hall traffic eomrnissibnrr of the DuluthCommercial Club was the fust called on behalf of the complaints will lay the foundation The defendant 1 f0 am railroad arui boat ATines n Sf PaulT oigro Sious City ka t o Baches tag Owatonna Man atj Minnesota towns have retained i legal counsel to represent them Wheuher or not the bituminous mineis and operators agree on t contract the negotiations are cs not been1 arrivedat by the conference The convention today dfftrred inSuleraUon of policies of i tmiiting to force the miners de mands should they be rejected by owners I It KF OF TO VISIT AT THK WHITE HOUSK PACKERS RECEIPTS IX TWO JkEARSFROM THAT COtRCE PKOnrCES FIGURES TO OFFSET TTONS OiVIO NATION TECTARES SIL4RPEST KTNT OF coMPETrriox WAS THE COURSE Kansas City Ho Jan Charles S Keith a prominent coal and lumber dealer of Kansas City todayproved to be the strongest wifness calledby the defense in the ofister suit instituted by the State AtTDTTOR OF COM ItKXSJV r IX PASSlXtfrQy STRONG CHARACTER LEADIXO Kicnle IX EARLY cfxsiy CAME TO KA1 WAS THE PRESERVER rUTXAH Htriiry Cleveland The end night the long hard for life wttha gfim BTXE THE SALES BY jrQXTHS ChieaRo Jan was a part of 1910 in figiiririgthe test cost of beef the books of the Na tionalPacking Company Show that in that period the corporation rej ceived from tha sale of hides S S The Sales by montiis as given by ATilliam E Weber general auditor of the National Packing company began ha fmrth dnv OTI tbo will was over For niorithiiiill perhaps years 6e suffered froia ture pf hejirt aidjwhile df times lie ralLled and was mnrh ter it seemed some end far distant1 in a day or two members q i at his bedside erehtV son of St dago andother relatives aanbuncieiacatvoCJ tlie death of Mr Uiattoday would he STEEL I BILL INTRODUCED 8 555 I STRUT Mi LY and ihU relativee outside the city had been notified Had Ur Pulaami lived ishtSl March t next he wouldv have passed his SOth he in 1832 resli deuce in Ban Clairedajes from May r 23 Since Tiis arrival here tiejl been forpniosi in every line ofA f nileavor lie munity loses one obits best citizens v Me rounded out a full ami Mr h vus mtii a matf ot great m iiil YTRGTXIA SCHOO SLAIN BY HUSBAXD OF IEAPEU i iron and tteU schiviule ajiprovtd by tiie Detnocraiie caucus TuejoJav i j night was introfiuced today by Reni j resentative tnilerwood ami referrrd j to ne ways aiui IHPHHS conmiitteo i IXlATIIKK OK SAX SISAXCI WITH ri niiiui rt lENSIf i courc ot j rvcitS that Sclmiiz i f to former I ViiSon to intronuc t P when ffr trtrl ifrr h ITM thju ittr Januar ness inaii until ill health forced him io retire he was syiispathetic and kindly The death of his wife ahorn he idealized on June 6 ISSTj was A sevenijlov and since that time he was not the same man Hisr remains will rest by her side in the boautiful rhanel erected to her niem witnofp eta ml in tho triflj Cf CIA WILL VOT VISIT WASH IXGTOV Washington Jan ments for the reception of the Duke of Conuaught tomorrow were com pleted by the White House and the ytate department today The Duchess and Princess Patricia wiil not visit Washington The Duke will be re ceived by President Taft in much thesame way as the new ambassa dors are received Following the reception Mrs Taft xvill serve tea for the Duke in the red room Menrbers of the cabinet and their wives have beeii invited to be present concerns are alleged to have vio lated the antitrust laws by fixing prices of lumber sold bythe Yc1 Lnw Pine Lumber Manufacturers Association Mr Keith produced the figures to show that of 17359 producing lum ber companies only 224 belonged to the association Witness declared the charge that dealers ihad fixed prices was untrue and that the sharpest kind of compftition had existed during theperiod under investigation today weregiven to the jury Thsgovernment contends that Tn not allowing credits on hides in this period tiho packers materially increased their cost on beef end were enabled to raise tile pric es to consumers without showing an excessive profit on their books aiiJ AWAY TO ESCAPE EYXCHERS FIX BLAME FOR TRAIN COLLISION SLAYER OF TRIO FACES JUSTICE THREE TRAIXWEX RESPONSIBLE DECLARE JXVESTKJATORS AT KIOrUXlY SIX V QUESTIOXET IX XEOUCEXCK CONFRONTS THE EXGINKER AND IER TRAGEDY SAN FRANCISCO DEALER IN IRON PROPCCTS SAYS HE WAS STIFIiEO Evansville Ind Jan the state had outlined the plan for the prosecution of William Lee who last August kTTTed his father moth er and brother at Booneville Ind six witnesses were questioned today An aunt told of the defendants threat three years ago to kill his brotherr Others told ofthe finding of the bodies and tne unconcerned manner of Lee while the house was burn ing The state is attempting to show that he killed the trio because money Chicago on the part cf three trainmen uted to the Illinois Central wreck at KiTnmundy Jlonday morning in wMth J T Haraihan farmer pres ident cf that line and tliree other raiilroad officials were killed an in vestigation coTiftnttee held here to day The trainmen are Engineer Stew art who was rtmning train No 0 which crashed into train NO 25 John Brainard conductor Tit train Xo Boecker a flagman on train Xo 25 Just what steps that will be tak Wnahington ley sreej trust investigating commit toe today decided to suspend hear ings until the arrival of presidents of some ot subsidiary compajiies cf tho United States Steal corpoTn tlon Several of them may appar next week Richard H Gray a San co dealer in Iron and steel products Testified todaty that af tar obtaining1 n contract in 1906 to supply seam lrss tubes for the gunboat Benning ton subsidiary of the steel corporation refused to sell to him He declared the refusal was based Ontno trround that tHe Shellny 6ornpany a ooneern subsldinrj to flu corporation hnd ben a SENATOR KENYON ENDORSES CANDIDACY OF CUMMINS W fdiinjfton Jan t Koryon of Iowa today issued statement almonncinp his tindorsc ment of the presidential candidacy of bis colleague Senator Albert i Cummins He said he had ben earnestly for President Taft nnd would continue tosupport himif a Suitabl candidate had TiotappefirJ ed from ITS own state K on yon In n formal state rrient declared he had been for vhs rcjmmlnation of Mr Taft especial ly because of attack on men con ducted with Bij Business who theSenator srid nought to destroy president iiecftuse of ihs cour iFoup to enforce the Sher man act Mr Konyon closed with a warm tribute to the of Sfiii Cimmins i Sale a Jan teilnpts to onit a country schoo teacher from her school led today j t0 the killing of Miss Eva Cham bersthe by Joshua Raines j husband of n leader in tho ouster 1 niovment Sh was shot to death naer lier school at Locketts store n j Roanoke county Riines surronj derrd and tonisht Was ilurried to I Polnski because a hiiching is ed Some time Jlrs Raines iaousht TO have tho tfacher removen an r i is charged circulated reports rei expected the aniust it solidly Ohairnjan will rport j ilu bill with the committees I uiciidaMon that it be passed ajii tho debate win probably biLin Friday j isuit for sian der Rairtes called upon the tonrh at her school today and frivrl t get her consent to dismiss the case When she refused he shother Raines also shqt Charlfs Day be cause of jhis enmity toward him out of the affair Day is j not dangerously woundvd i TLK Tf you vcr nsr1 Slie Ealer wmfi columns you wore perhaps when you discovered lioiv niany ym lo tbo little you Itnt you iot have ti look far or rcai Thousands tir littic classified ads every day Tbcy f in In recent years Mr Putnara has been before the public in connection with Putnam Park which he proposed a gift to thecity It was his great pride and will no j doubt stand nsa monument to hisV Fran name for a He was also interested in helping the s you many XEWSBOV OF CHICAGO STATinrXG Tan ciKii j yearold boys Stanley Kamoxvsks and Andrew Hiltna were arrested til1 polica here today ona cJlsrjte j of having aUampted to h o 11 j rnb him of cents line if the boys aiso is said to stabbed Rynowioz with a knife the sight of his right eve number of rci to riji were deeply jour prniosiiion So tiic jiianatioTi of your stirprts yiiu to coniilcr hoiv inany tlionyimi pairs of seen jntiiwant aL in People fliiit iiattinilly Civo tin Tfadcrs the Lender i tbi cousin baiidins of ihe Y M A in Eati Claire ami his private charities were great He aided in the building the Presbyterian wasa 7U ber the Masonic order and of association Skctli of Life IT C Putnasu was a descendant ia the ninth gen Trtd by the siiprome court would j traVr Toiilv tlttnaru Who hiv run apijpst all tho indiftmfnis i born in 15S2 in England settling at i against the fonnr mayor Salem Mass and died itt l1C brfery i 8H2 UP t0 A In I30t j of the house buUt at iem inlrt34 by John Putnam was Tf IXVKSTftiATE PRRK OF lUTTKU AVI Xv still standing and occupied fay due of the descendants The second generation in descent and es out whether a find coitrol and fourth by Eleazer and The fifth by Henry who with his seven sons THE WEATHER ORSERVAT1OVS Miiximutn tmperature temperatnre Temperature at p m Precipitation v PREDICTIONS killed Of hs surviving sons Kleazor wathe father of Dr Elijah iio rfmovfij in 1782 A r wr inni t 1 i i JMr by 1Ojibpf r i protening against tiij mm of this S below ivwivn in a fore ffn ruiiiiy onntry maJclmj such efforts to set 6abdvo tbb citrncrr nnd frntn Sweden Xone pcramvn of whom they have nv UA rirsiro to stato right bore in AVcst I KnowkHiRe i there are yoiinj ladies I This appeal nppoiioil tody In a j who in educa the vicinity of j X Y where he practiced his fession and was a widely citizen His wife was Phoebe Wood their sous Hamilton born Madison in 1807 Wvj Cleveland a descendant df H6sesl VcS Cleveland who removed i from Ipswich England to Mass and from whom all lands in this country aire asare all the Putnama from Jutnara Hamilton Putnam vras merchant at MadIson in early but removed in 1842 Y where he engaged in fair TJiurs wn pnpcr that recentlyprinNtl a i tion refinement ana in business day and Friday slowly risitis timr pcruturo llshi vnrlahlo for husbands from a ff and horsakCfbpnff rbJHty young wnnti lu Stocli aro tho peer of any womenin the winds becoming soulhoast holm Sweden Todays wVll TheInto JlrPutnam tejoyears of Tie attended thodittfrittu schootv
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