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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 Edllprlal fxoom 54 356 16 VOIv. NO. FOND DU MARCH 1913 PRICE TWO CENTS TOLL OF STORM MAY REACH 100 WILL PROBE THE C. N. ff. SERVICE Partially Restored Communica-lJanesville ServiceWill be Given lion Increases list j Airing LOSS AMOUNTS TO MILLIONS'AT JEFFERSON APRIL 10 NATION WIDE VICE CRUSADEJPROBABLE 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 Tneir Findings i III i i 'iciMi HI Mirth .2 -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 vtjt twin l commission his fixed 10 iv sti of tin vi t md imddl vves Js he irmu w II be liiliv will teadi OK huid-td tnc sirvire fnrnishe 1 on li mdr d win Injured ind f-om Juts loss iKKrog i ink ijPiMiin was dum I iinillv r stored tonnitiri i ion from tho sou h b'oiinhi r or of u t strut lion hibbtillsuMta tntlt villbi ev trtl before th i x u t nimher of ill I Is kllO I Iianis in fr mi the vvsst evtril hoi 1 I ind t lephoru tompaiieb dedirid HM v oul I li t'lf- most severe tli v l loi1 in vi irs vh ii i is v ith d III If do H liv th bi u I ttirmdo last ICtiui s hut lint in WHO fr u Alabimi lliilitltid tin I r un vi k d in 'it n ulit s torn In limn iii still n I u t i i e uhs le oriel ive followed tionn vvi ither was blic eio tcmiioraune Mom es win most ilUttcd low temperi me eiot 111 I nit I I Uashlm-toti D I ation flMit s lau Mnrtli 10 stimp oil vili to 1-ond dii 1 ic omp int the trvtct Ins been male bv the Ii ffer on club of Jtffersoi v here nt will In h id l Tin hoiim- however vvlil ti'e In the iiitiri st on it trvue on the I h 10 especiiMv vvi h reicrence 10 tin Mom otions n ide on tint division ENGINEER BRAVE IN DEATH'S JAWS 'while vt traffu lems i stir d to day I'resideiu liter listen ing to the Illl'io ilce mission v In i is the nlitioi ship between the low wakes for Mrls and tlu white sliv.. tranic I'e lin I h fullv M r o b of situ mon il preclitc the full gnvnv of Ilio situation slid President to jlitutendiit O H ira nl the 'Illinois legislators and I wish MM I would lent biidi pipers is voj h iv I pared with me ml I is vo i 1 mittoi will iv fu'l ton I si leialiuii l I hi mi mu w is i i i i 1 in IK t oiTlti- in tlu n i I nt ind 111 .1 l tin s 1 u th. v ird Stops the Tram With Engine Crumbling Bridge FALLS WITH MASS INTO WATER REGARD THOMAS__________________ AS PARIS TIMBERjwouLD ABOUSH 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 Guanamas llv th Li I r ss I U i -s Vigitts Anz March 22 I hi Mi deribta troops In bonori sun todav ike ded to rush attack on Nato and btfore Central lluerta is able to send federal troops to n tne The decision ib HIM d it is beliexcd 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 thev will toncentra'i at Guanamib The decisive battle of the fconora upribing is ixpn id neir diiana mas in Uioiit 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 sbing on D Moore the Lulled St utj. C March 22 for chief of weather bureau re- todax Sccrelarj of Agri cnl ure Houston accepted Mr Moore s resignation to tike effecl 31 OibipiiOintment over his failure to be aj iKimted of bv President is said to have cm id Moore s retirement whicu vv is voluntarv Moore Is a democru an I h id strong Influence enlisted la hib cmdidicv for i cabnm position WILL CONFER ON IMPORTANT BILLS Six Deid in Ohio leu land Ohio Mirth dead i stote missing or iinaceounted j t Three Hundred Passengers on Boston Tram Owe Lives to Pluck of Locomotive Engineer New York Playwright Now Men tioned 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 ARSEMC SOUGHT COVER VARIETY OF SUBJECTS j Bill Proposed by Assemblyman Mahon Indiana Town Plunged foi st vcril seor Injured iml pro Iti v estnm ed it two mi I lions is UK sumnniv of the t igh v mile g lie tint swept Olio I u omiininication to smaller town i hab nol bei n iisornl iliis lioston ml luir rtjiorts ncrnse fllilllies and damigt done Ih I ml I v ndonv i 1 to int tin rtci picseiikei 1 1 r s ml MS i Mirth 'lead weakened t Hoods ihi of trim from Montreal to mti the Boston and Maine I r ulro tl b-aied de i h hire tod I and broiiKiit Uu erovded co iches to PRESIDENT'S SLATE BROKEN' Wm F McCombs Declines Proffered Honors an-1 Or Elliol May Follow Suit Would Repeal All Laws Relating to Voting Machines sp nl t r I i HUT i iw tltli ndi M reh 22 com lie t I olii ion of otiiu in tciuiies tae ed e of the n tant liter the Huron ind Seneca counties suffer a step on t ed most II Is expeotiMl Un d i m0e bridge re will null half a million One strnrtun wiv mm wis k lied in Senica md New 1 of the engine wnirh into tin 1 omlo i leported fitilitic hoked stream xvi h i s cr llmo nen aic believed to persluil in Hit like mar Svidiiakv 'into rptn vvitir mil though thev riav were seen when thev lef Hit 'ninovlv oscipod niniK harboi in i small bo it liw hours Tshorc More thin I f v Uu t mtt 1 1 11 s i n s D C Mirch An Ihoinis the New x.ort wrikht todav came into proinim nee under the t lbio no ninn of tin presi for the il pis i i I'arib following tin final rcfusil of engineer mil fireman dro.iped w to iceci t tin PJ I j t is new ill vv in h i in the -s emb v Themis I Miho This bill bimplv in isi i ib propocetl in i 111 n introduced i v mbv mm cr Llmd lunct on niiils ill tin on the statute books litii the overiiirntd boa' wi fouud oo pounding on tin locks No true tu men has teen discovered Michigan Lots Amounts to Millions Difolt VIch Much iirati ibttmatcs of th' 1moi wiciuglu bv tin bioim in MkliiMn 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 inrtpored K vas known the propt t Ijss vvn mi into millions It is aico kiovvn tint one vvi k lied two fi illv n j md tin bundle oilers 'inr oliglit i in i inner ititre bn i the l I'dirv dov n to 1 tn in cd u K i L.II on the h ndicds mid hc-me'cb Iv he In Duiol loncrvatit tsimaes rt da iuge pland th it J nOOuin Vc if i nformi ion lion sale po tits indieitoa t'us willj bo men i ed iv t ki t ic eta' i I own l In dditiMi i is o limit d lint t e 0 uuaqi 11 out i Midigm ri I t u ii t l. 01 im in o itiim itn loan to he noi i i id wist vvi lu ile t Dai age Nom nal m n kit i i e and ttlcgriph bore 1 i li mu ol the 'o i isi I 1 v ihe 1 id IH li swei V j b n vc list s wen i n the trim to nithincb The committee in elections of the J n bull nt slue 01 I i tmlilv his uctlnr hill before it diplcmitn ippoiiumcnts vvis riillj 101 consi It rilion v lnt'i wis intro- at eied tod bv MiCombs ind duttd liv enillvnm daiinon of GIRL IS HINTS AT SUICIDE l Posses are Searching About Oconto I to Locate Diaght-r of Well Known Oconto Family probable iifusal of irle to ippi mlm nt to the com. ol SI lames Mr McCombs Declines Mr I Maicn 2 r Me o o'laiiman of the D iiocrnl c i oiil i-sued the sti'cment annoum nj tint IH hid declined to b come t i -dor to 1- rim i sipeiio in State of Frenzied Excitement Through Grcssly Exaggerited Reports I v tli I nil I I r is ilitions In I Mir-n Tint from three to ten minors wen injured hole fit illv in i tod iv in the indilia coil mine No 10 just wist of here was establ slnd this if let noon ifti r reports of i soon killed threw the town into i stile of The mine of 1 cmh three vvere badlv burned Fv c witnesses ot the rescue worl siv ten injured were carried oul i of lie shift The explosion wis lo-j j cjl onlv i sma I pin of the mine be j liu iffee ed ind onlv the workmen u the tunned tto being en Ii was n ported thai the entire vvotking 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 onh a wink in ficl I 11 l I I r na I Oioio Mardi C' I fforls be ins i Iv severil posses in' ibis sit ion todiv to Imd vister aged -2 member of i v known Oecnto fimilv who disippnr od during the snow orm vestcrda leiv ng i note telling her eirca fir lid v i tild The oitng vvoniii left honii bi foit noo i I-ridav Ilir il OIK e vvab not discovered un til iito in the if orn on v hen M ucii I bi gan I p to i OOM ti d l no tr i o ol hi r Ind been founu 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 mielnnts f u of the people idon e' Ih n in the ttU of Mihm kce ilom tilt Itpi'ihcan pir lo t HJIVX irds o 0000 votes last fi'l as the result ot usi of the inr n ichiius s pre cribed under t nil nj- of t it soncnl Iirce mioiin' of nnon i nst xoitq niichincs has alieaih lletn -i lurid In the -Unions com j Oraftsman m Hospital Punctured by Steel Slugs Confessed he Made HURT BY BOMB OF OWN MAKING 1 mutcc flie mil Inn b in in use M Hv ulti I ond du l-u Madi on Superior mil imiiv of tie otlu r I irso 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 iprcrrc Coir' Refuses to Their Conviction the Bomb That Hurt Him I t I t MHO I I r S Ill IS 'ioik N March Ins bndv pincturtd latls Hid Bttel lleno i driftsimn w is rubhi 1 to a hospital here todav he wis injurid bv i bjn bib own nuking At lirbt he doclutd IK found the bomb in i while he NEBRASKA MAN TO GET OSHKOSH BRIDE If t I f liief lustiee park md th i il exploded vis examining it md inadi I vim m In bide Uitei thi I is m i d found i ir nil lillod vvth rules j ill svoids o ifrcn od vvi'h t i v id K i In onfi sed N i i U liuU'h si o w n i o ttd Iti ighou 11 e b ate i id r ulnud iri Jiie w is uipideil t H MutkiiJt w i u u carh tudi Iliindu u f u id ait. do i i but t j c i d tin- l d in IM i lomiinl Sv eef s Ten vt I o J -vlo arcn l ro tl e persotirt were killed In the oeloii whui ept itM r ridaj Hie numbc-of Injured probabH will r uh and of tlio i IIM o more will dli of wounds buffered In 'be wrttl in f nt il e propcitv Oil 11 ici cai i ot be phen In t probabU ill r -ch twthe 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 'Ulc Gale Clews Mi mri v tuutiitl the win I i nil' Low liutliiK I'op I r a d 11 t i r stoics t lilli cH Indi c n irl Tfiiies- le i 3 fp i u d I ouis'ana l.i ficui Sir. in 1- North Mis i 4. i tst J id South Km re d because of l 11 i osl to n i' te l r.-tr Kion of tele nap'i u d if 'eplionc wires bt I ouU No alueei been re fiom I exit where nd Is raid to Im b'ow n down i lu of li i 'J In'i-cd i of H r In the South li j rrgchr ami circular I'll' t.etnm Et pointKiamtd nuirli ne Itrcp sti K ttatts toilh swung northwird ud louisiiria Mirth Ulltks innriii i t ic r ind I I ic daugliiei to li ml lime m i pros onllniietl on pase S SPAPLRI 0 Mrs 0 Mtrnt s ni i ids r lorrii ItiKka ifl 10 n 1- U n l of i ulri n Mi i i in is i IK 11 of Mi Mr J inatis il Mi i mo I n widi'n will til e Iitt n 'jndi to bi ib iioniintii 1 on an 1 tin p dive Mootn nd during i iiiiUrtikcn bv Hntksiaff 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 i-. one of tin turn e one it t'n. driving n oe v ins i v tluibli 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 itdi ion f 11 unu i u m ilio inir e for tlo ACTRESS' REMAINS TO ENGLAND Aches cf Adricnnc Augarde arc Cn cased m G ft of Admiring Cnticc 1 snd Serf Ho-ne ru tin I niixl lit Marcn tmv wroucht from i work hot cherished lue gif of idinir us in 1 ic3 started eastward todiv rarrv Ing the i hfs of Adnontie Augarde he I nglish actress to her n in Miss Auptrdi who crcilcd j the 'Itle ro't in Kosoim d ind s veril o her i nisic il died I here In a local of pncun ona C M irrli of the I nite i s tod itfu 1 if KW the Hov 1 1 n in 1 hi i CI I SIIIK H t I to Ii rorut d 1 ml it I iclii ion I i for t'li Hut M 'ARREST POSTMASTER ON ARSON CHARGE toir rot m murder list Miri i In sujretiK touri 11 I iql r sort fo- 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 elosi il TIP TO FRIENDS BY LA FOLLETTE Senior Senator at Madison Asks Sup- l port for All Progressive Mcas urcs in Legislature rl I l t I I 11 K i i i Hi .ilisoii i M rth Si m or Mi I ollotte irnved here to liv o In rother L I i roll who ib ciiilcilh i 1 it l ic honu ol litir s t'r 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 i'l ro0r dm cd in t li -isi t wl o i 101 then FRANK S BLACK I Former Governor of New Sue ct-nbs to Heart Disease After Several N Mirch 8 ick governor of New died it his home 1 1 isl meht of t'irt nftcr III ness If ill won en wire ilike no would bccon c a bigamist FACTORY IN PANIC Iii Mi r f n old i on o I iilio VOs I lit in- f r n 5 lllOl r t II l o i r 1 10s u iven le 1 n In s I lie f lialpt- md Mibs Dorothy Alns- worth tin two stepdaughters of Hear Admiral Joseph Fiton were put through a long ix-mination State Detective John H bcott ind Shinff John T Cci don In an effort to U.rn tin identllv cf Ihe icrson who purchased the irscnic with which U Is illegid Hie admiral was murdered Oft cer cioll adinilted tint another nomun n idit be irresled In iddi -T to lura Jennie Harrison Faton who charged her hus bind s deaih The detectives era anxious to learn from all she knows in connection vviih the presence of poison in e Lalo i home Widow Flans Dtfenso the police were making ncrv effort btrenglheo their case iMinst her Mrs Baton planned her defense with her two uttornejs in her ce'l at Plvmouth J-tl harlicr In the she had sent i i otc to her daugh tors lilild to be cheerful and lo tike care of Ilir jnolher Mrs Har rlson who Is d III at the Eaton home U was learned Ihrt i letter written bv Ihe deid navil officer a few davs before be died to a cousin in I obton was the principal ciuse of the arrest of Mrs talon The district learned of tin conti nts of the letter n few hours before Mrs I atcn Blue Sky the Dry and Woman s Suf frage Bills to be Considered lo Thi Dallv Commonwealth Midlbon March feature of next committee heanngb before the legislature will be the joint conferences of the commit lees of boih houses upon importinl bills On committees ot both houses will hold joint hearings upon all the nre bills which beeh introduced into the legisla tnre On the same daj a joint hear ing will be held in Ihe senate parlor before the committee ou taxation and the scmle committee on finance upon all Income tax bills On the Joint committee on lirancc and Ihe commit tee on transportation heir argu meuts on the Howe bill providing for aij ndvolorem for the taxation ot telephone companies On the eve nine of ttat there will be a gen oral discussion in llie chain ber on ihe subject ot omans auff rage On comiT'UeCs ot the will meet nlth the corporations committee of the senate to consider all of the block and bond bills which been introduced In both Two elisbcs of bills arc pending before these committees There are a number of bills to amend the present block and bond law Sev- eral ban been intro duced in both the senate and the as sembh to regulate the sale of fictl nous stock These measures are more popularb known as blue sky laws OIK of the mos interesting liken from her home bearings il this session of the legis the contents et ilns letter arc la nrc will bo held in the It polite sniill beint carcfulb guarded It Is knov n tint through It the police believe h found a riollve for tlie ullegi d I murder Second Woman In Cace the rcnewil of the search for he drug store where the poison was ehnmber on at 10 oclock upon the univirsitv mile bill This measuri wab introduced in the legislature As sembl man A rrcdtnck of Mon roe countv On the committee on death ist to I son and Iht purchisir of the pollon was fullj aw in of tli i vvhitli It w is to bo put Tin chief justice of thf supn me i U on M in h I T shir i v ni toi of tin 1 ox liner It 1 VVflklV JllbllCltlOtl ISSIJ 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 irrtsi m this tltv oh il with I'on stitf Fire Mir sill Ml II I'tolir s that ivo idifi ji d to set IIIK tin lint Advoc ite on lin iltnit four He I' w ls dcsUovU I -ftsc thc Hinghmi court 11 was blronglv intimated sold ind the Intimation that a second igriciiliuri will consider bills mtro worn in would be nrreslcd soon it dueid bv Sharp and mule pliln thai the the po with rffererce to the dcstruc lice ire working on w III be the charge uon of t cxiotis weeds in ihe slate Hi it Mrs ralon sent a woman close On the sinu the com in her confidence lo purchase the pol ml lee on elections will consider the Kncen bill for the direct clec ion of Initid Si lies '-enitorb His bill Is i direct copv of Oregon law Ihe Milvviiikec bill will be court ordered tint i -pecial grind L.IVUI a heiring Uednebdiv ifter liirv convene next week to heir Ihi noon befori the is embh igainst Mr iton This ac- 01 judic nrv This mcisuri is fa h Ion WTS liken at the re of DIs tres-1 bv Jennings trlct AUorttij I'arki r who is milous Ho as bill strengthening the present iO have an Indictment icturned If pos wi ighl ind meisurcb liw will be 5lblt before Mirch 2S UK si t give i 1 htarmg Tuesdav afternoon he conlinu'd hoirlng of Mrs Fiton s t'io committee on public welfare n-ir rt I f il 01' nil rU v v is jo tm ist r it I itllo I i no in i I m t l i vv is 1 tsi lirt n t for M irdi a Inn nv commission voild be ibked for bc'or Mrs Kiton could brought to ml Much c'eddict 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 ihoe ubjecl ef i n d thr liter Milwaukee authontles 10 loont of Mrs Harrison when she sild. I for Krausi iged Jl who roh nc-ro II I riffn 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 oondi COLLECTS TAXES IN MOVING VAN i Much Ktno hi i u i i mov nc in for tin Ice i tun of i or ot I p'oportv taxes and Kitv T rt s ircr Stci has been list u ted o ersonal proper v of di Imqtients 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 ibti d inv ASSASSIN SHOOTS WRONG OFFICIAL I II I i It 1 I r v-s i m I'l km Mirth 22-C.tmral b ng fo'tntr 'miesi minister of cdm i on ded toliv In T- i losul bt ing s i bv misfike 1 i si i Tin inurdir r tl ought he wis S'HII C.cniral Shi Hf csiaped I thi'rtd 'i li beinj. an ic it ipllcc if N i llorrin acid 1 who von re sed that she d forged checks bu nicies she pass de- womati i n mon il in a sti ri of mtti The Ht-rnin girl sivs el bid ohctKS m Milwiukc tlired 'tiat I'e Krius thoug'it to bo nir how to wor in tiucnt ihi truk ELEVATOR BURNS LOSS IS Mlwmkce M1-ch 22 TO VOTE ON COMMISSION acular lire whici s rtctl shortlv Iticlne Mirdi before m ilnisht roved the Ding I Riclre ci uens will de erm'nc vrill Hour md t-ecd comnanv plint whc her the i resonl form of ni mlcl j South and Birclix reels pal i-ovornmciil will lit ibondoncd I ni-M The lo-s of II e five stoo cle- and i tommlsson fo m of goviro mil its coients mosth corn. n em estlmJtctl at iWSPAPfc.Rl
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