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   Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Janesville, Wisconsin                               CIRCULATION OF THE DAILY GAZETTE COCO YESTERDAY........JUWW ETTE110 PAGES VOLUME LIV, JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911. NUMBER 290. BEVERIDGE MADE ANOTHER SPEECH BiTTER ATTACK WAS MADE Unon the "Blonde Con" and the Story of His Life That Wan Given Yesterday. [HI uMTr.u I'lir.Hx.l U. Fob. Senator HeverldKo today replied Senator l.orlnmr'H Hpeech. denied any mallei) mid It to ho liln Inton- lion to conlliio hliuucK to HID Hworn ii'Hilinony. Tlm vallillly of Ixirlmer'H idertloti WIIH tlm only IHHUI-. mild. wild Hfiiator Lorlnior'H Btory of tho trlalM of hlH boyhood ilayn. lila klmlm-HH to hln conBtittmntH andj otlmrH. had no lionrltiK on HID dUestlou at IBHUO In thin not rolovwnt to tlio tloti of bribery now ImlnK coiiHliloroil. All tlli-Ho Incldwlits ot blH prlvato life. wlille woro not imrtlneiit ri'Vlowed tho mory of tho oondltloiiir-nt Hiu-lnKn.'ld ilurlnt.' ill-Hillock an told by Senator Uirlniur. mid re-Iterated tho ditclara- lion that all tblH had notlilim do with HID aili-Ki'd bribery of tneniberH of llm li'KlHlulurn to voto for Uirlnmr. Henalor UiivorldKi) conllnued hU m- Kllimmt ut Kruat leimtll, illHCUHBlllK the vnrlouR iiBiiocm of Hi" cane from tile viewpoint of thomi opiioHud to While Simator Lorlmnr'n friends arc wllllliK I bat n vciti) be taken oil IllB raHo linnuMllately. HID tmllcailoim an- the oppoHlilon IH not Im-llnod to nc- (llllPHlMIIIVt'. Lorlmer'n frlemlH claim .'I voten out ot !'l In til" Himiito. Tho opiiohltlon no IlKtireH. Mi'Veral BOUiitorn nro Haled to HpeaK nualiiBt Lorlinur, mining tlmni Senator llevnrldKe. who Hpoke today. Uibern am HonatorB Htoim and Ui Simator ixirlnmr'H frlemlK do not propoBt) blH enemloB Hllall have tin- dual word and It in Biautd thai Sena- IOI-H and llurroWH will be beard In bin behalf. Tin) cast) will not C.OHH) to a voto today, and' probably not for noveral days yet, If tit nil, at thin Hemdon. That WIIH niado evident in tho Intor- which preceded tlm long mitl. Hpoccb delivered noon by Senator Bcnnlnr llurrowH souRht to ax by unitnlniouH coiiHtuit HB to the Imur for n vote. Senator objected, lie Halt! It WIIH of the utmoul Importanco Ihe Benale KO Into executive at tlm eurllcHt ponHlblo molilent, pre- iiiiniably on tlm .lapaneHo irealy, Senator Slono of MUHonfl wild IK- ill-Hired to tunko 11 few ri'iimvkH on Urn Lorlmnr rase hlnmeir. Senator Ixirlnmr hlnmrlf WIIH not pn-Himl lo bear nor wan the erowd -In tbe KallerleH HH ureat II yenlerday. In Ihe COlirHP of Ida Xpeech 111 the neliali) today on Hie Uirlnu-r I'line, Sen- alor IleverldKi) jiractlcally charKcd the reixirt In the orlKlnally lire- pared antl BlKtied by tbe nminbern. wan not the sanm reiwirt which afterwards waH Riibntltlod to tho Henaie. When appealed to, to miy wbeiber or not thin WIIH llm fact. Sonaior lie- jiitw Hald ho rould not remember all of Ihe ilutullfl mid BIIKKeBtod that tho 111- dlaini Boiiator call on HOIUO other wit- neBH. SENATOR BEVERIDGE PLAYED FOXY GAME IN LORUWER MATTER By Preventing Vote Yesterday He Per- haps Prevented Exoneration of Illinois Senator. Jilt t'NITKU 1'HUHH.I Wnshlnuton, It U pointed out today Unit tlm action of Senator llevtrldRo In proventliiK a vote on iho mnttur In tho wnmto yi-nter- day Iminrdlatoly after Senator Lori- iner'B Holf-dofondlliK Hpeech, may have niived tor the forccH Lorlnior'H nxoneratlon by a ma- jority. Lorlmur'B forceful and affec- tive appeal to human sympathy wan foreseen by Senator HoverldKe. It U Hald, who dpidrod to allow that feelliiK to cool before tbn voto wan laki-n, MAYOR SEIDEl WILL FIGHTJSOCIAL EVIL "Shady Hotel" of the Creum City Shall Be Eliminated It Mayor's Statement. IDT UNITKD Milwaukee.. I'eb. That Mayor ICmll Seldol IB determined that all "Hhmlv hotcU" Hhall bo el'mlnated from Mllwatlkee'H social evil WIIH made public, U Htatomellt today by tlio Mayor. He warned HIOHC hotul kuepDrB'tliat pollci'inun havo been In- Htructed to watch them clonely ami act on tho BllKhtcBt Tlm crutade wan preclp'tated by the death of MlHH Hutilce Ulrlch who died In Ihe 1'hun Hotel here lam Friday. PROMINENT. C. A. R. MAN DIES AT HIS HOME IN IRONTON IMPORTANT MEASURE WAS INTRODUCED IN THE SENATE TODAY Judiciary Corr-mlttee Drouolit Up Dill To Decide Civil Courtn of Milwau- kee Dullness of Legislature Today. I'MTIll" I'llKHH.! Madison, Feb. Introdud'on by tin- Hi-nuii- Judiciary of a bill to'divide till' civil cniirtH of Milwaukee county Into HI-VIM brandies lo rnrroHpond wltb tin- proHoni dlvln- ICIIH of I ho circuit com" then' tlm inoHt Important mailer before tlm Son- ate today. Tin) paHdimo of the bill will tncan that ciindldateH fur Judnehhlp may be Hi-leeti-d by limm-ln-H of HID civil court without In tlio eaadl- dates of any other hranohcH. Tlm Henaie today laid over (lie Mil- ley reHolilllon oil tlm Sallowny peilHlon bill until tomorrow. Th'M wan adopiod by tlio Hoiinto yuHtorday anil Kent lo tlm iiKHomhly. Sonator Itandolph and AHuotubly man Uupp today received n letter from the ItUHlin-KH Mcn'a I.eaKim at Ilrlllon, which diiolarcB annlnxt Hm Hiie.i> of HID Income tax bill now liaMiB COIIHlilel'iMl 111 tlio DREAD'PIA'GUTHAD WIPED OUT VILLAGE Discovery of Whole Chinese VlllaQe Dead From the Disease, Bodies Covered With Snow. ANHIK'IAIIUI St. I'o'ershiirK, Fob, Mi-enim from llarbln reportH a KroWHimio din- i-ovi-ry ol n ChlneHc village near there, In which tin- entire population wan dead from pluKHe, Many hodli-H lay In open air covered with HIIOW, SIXTEEN RELEASED BY COURT DECISION United Mlno Workers Glvon Year In 'Jail by Trial JutlQe, Aro Freed. [MY Denver, Colo.. I'eb. luonibei'H of the United Mlno Workern, Hentenced by to a year In Jail for contempt of court Dec. wni'o I'elciiHi'il today IIH a of a Hllprenie court ilcclidon. [UT VNITKII Ironlon. I'eb. Captain Illaki-Hlee. a pronilaenl of tblx place In dead here today of paralyHls wan a veteran of tin- civil war KcrvliiK lu the I2lli Infan- Irv 1m iildo unrvnl In the lo.-lxlaturo aiul wan pontinanter of place for Hi-veral leriliB. The funeral will be by llm Miwoiile fraternity, INCREASE CAPITAL STOCK OF FOND DU LAC COMPANY Illf I'NITKII 1-HKftH.l I'on.l (III l.ae. I'eb. The Kiiinl du I.iir Oliurch l-'urnlHlilm; company IIIIH Inciviliied Itn capital Block from llfl.v ihoUKand to Dim hundred anil llfly llioimand dollaiu. ROYALISTS ARE IN STATE OF TERROR Aulborltntlvo Dlupatchcc Tell of Ac- tions of tho Portuuuesn visional Government. Inv uNi-ini London, Feb. from Spain loiluy Kay Hie I'oi'lUKueiio government la conducllm; a campalf'.n 01' lerrof uwilnul Itoyallulu In northern 1'ortu- Bill. STATE LIBRARIANS ELECTED OFFICERS Miss Agnes van Volkenbura of waukee Chosen Head of Wiscon- sin Library Association. III KNITKII I'UKHH. Milwaukee. Feb. MlBH AUIIPH van Volkeiiburuh. head of llm cata- loKlitR depariment of tho Milwaukee public library, wan elocled preiddmit of tlm WlHcoiiHln Library aHHodatlon at KB cloxtiiK meotlni; hero loday, Mrn. .IIUUCH liobbliiH of Klce WIIB elected vIco.prcHldotit; Mlufl Delia Ovltz, Milwaukee. Hi'crelary; and Martha Ounn of Hlanb.-y, troiiHtircr. BELOIT WOMAN WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED Mrs, George Schendel Attacked and Terribly Gored by Cnraged Bull Yesterday. (nr I'NITWI I'UBHM.l llelolt, Feb. (JcorRi) Sclmtl- del IH In n HerloiiB condition as tlm n-Hult of boliiK torrlbly cored by a bull Into yi-Htorday afii-rnooii, Sho IIIIH u wound elKht Inchi-B lone In tho ah. domuti. MUNN BOUND OVER TO CIRCUIT COURT Belolt Man ChnrgetTWIth Serious Of. fence To Go Before Judge Grimm Thla Month. Hound over to tlm clrcuK court with blH ball llxed at CliarleH Munil, of Itelolt. diarKed with a sorloiw ol- fence, WIIH hroiiBht back to the county Ja'l here, thin iiiornlnit. to await trial after having been before JitdBo Hona nt 111 The man IIIIH been hero In cuHlody Hhicii the fifteenth of Iho prcHcat month on ball and on.n motion for a chalim- of vi-nno on Iho KfOiimlH of prejudice by coullfiol It WIIH Kriuited and bin ball reduced. Munil will Ret a heiirlni: before .ludKe Crlmm In Iho comliu: term of tlio circuit. It IH Ihoimbt that. In the face of the reduction cf bin hall. Home rctat'vcH wll furnish the money. The complaining wllnrsn In the caHu IH C.inU; of llelolt. Somewhat A inortKaRe on Home lleloll real estate made out on Jail, 2Tlh, wllh Italph Webster nt Tullnrlde, Colo., aH Iho parly of the llrnt part, and II. L. Hack of llelolt IIH Ibe party of the second part, wan JiiHt went to the olllce of the ri-KlHli-r of dewlH here loday. On Ihe of tin- liiHtrunient wan Hie notice that It had been found amoni; noine rilled ]iu- pern 111 a mall pouch, evidently from Homo train robbery, near Council llluftH, Iowa, PKICE OF PEACE. It hns cost Europe during 25 yours to Ucoii this fellow quiet ENGLISH EXPERTS I MAY CREATE BUREAU ARE PESSIMISTIC! OF NATIONAL F'ARKS British Authorities 5ny There Is cr of Spread 3f Platjuc From China Into Europe, (in' London, Fell, experts do not Woliemlly uliiile In the liopcl'nl view expreHred by pbysdclaiiH In the] Orient to tho offcct Ilia' there Is Illlle danger of the iiprcad 01' the iiresnii plaitue cpldemli! from Manchuria to llm Occident. i Will Ihe advent of warm at the lalcxt, the majority ol' Hill lull i iiuthorltlra-ncrt'e, It will lie a Inlraclel If Ihe dlneahe not appear lu III- her'a. Once It iralns a I'oolhold there In view rf Ilimsla'H prlmlllvo nicllioilH nl' ami I'liallaUon. they coniddcr ll ci.'r'.alu lo hrcaU out   coiiiinlHnloner w'lh 'inch cxpt-rtR and asxlslantii an CcncreHH may from lime to time an- '.liiiilzp. and ntiproprlateH JT.'i.HOO for malntiniance of the Itureau. IRREGULARITY WAS NOT IN EVIDENCE New York Stock Exchange Quiet- Price of Eggs Lowest In Forty Years for February. [nr New York. Feb. After a little Irrouularlty at tho opi-nliiK today tbe Block market bocunin dull with a teady lono provallliiK In nearly all Htandard IHSIU-H. Hen Is Active. Unprecedented activity on tho part of tho American hen U -given MB the reaflon for Hie remarkable price of ecl.'H which aro now iiuoted at Hcvmi- I cell and dKbteeli ccntH a dozen, the lowest prlco for r'nbrii- ary In forty yearn. DEAD Dies In the Offices of the Ministry This Morning Following a Stroke. i PIT I'arlH, Feb. llruii, of war In Premier Drland'H cabinet, dropped dead from a paralytic stroke Btroko at tho olllccB of tlio ministry today. FORMER PROFESSOR GAVE AN ADDRESS James A. Clalxdoll, Now President of Pomoma Collcfle, Spoke To Delolt Students Yesterday. TO inn lU'lolt. Feb. .Taim-H A. a of Itclolt Col- li'Ke, who WIIH recently Ir.aucurated iiieK'ileiii cf I'oiiuitiiii Cal., Kiive an addri'BH In Hie college ycntcrday, on I'nil'. npoko at Honm of Hie Hlkllt Knowledge which we nf even when we hail more tlian a hundred youfH of Itlnd out h's true character. Throughout hlH addl'cHH I'rnf. lIlalHdell I'leiicnlly cum nulled and liolh IIM tn HhnllailtleH and illlferei'ces. lie almi IIIOKt Itn- pre.-'Hlvi'Iy of ibe inline and hefunily. iiMd 'be weir-iiacrlllce of tho man who Han wllllliK to and work for blH country eren after be wan Hlxly yearn of aw. I'rcB. Illiibidell also emphii- tiled Ini-Hlcliled Htate- and the lacU of apprecla- tlon wltb wblcli bin nnrvlcoH woro re- ceived lu own day, I'ICH. lilalKib'll had n and at- tentive audience, and WIIH niOHt cor- dially m'eeteil by the Hlllilenlti with whom he ono of llelolt'H lUOHt popular profiMBors. VITAL PRECEDENT IN LAW INVOLVED Much Interest Taken In.Quit Drought To Prevent Avlntors From Flying Over Man's Property. IlIT U.IITKD I'UUNH.I I'arlH, Feb. Hiilt nKnlnat Maurlco Farman and hlH pupllH at the lino aerodrome, bronRht by M. Vnllot, lo ri-Htrnln them from llyhiK over II'H property and Hiroimh "hlH prlvatn air" IH atlractltiK iti'cit Intpri-Ht hero Hlnco It 'H the Ili-Ht Hiilt of the kind and In- volven n vital prpcodi-iit In law. The declHloii will noon bo liandod down by tlio French courlii. .M. Vallet itKiieriK that a nporo or more aeroplaneH chcle over bin farm dally, frliUiten IHITHCH and make bin hanilH nervotiH, The HVCH of bin men are In conHtant danger. Airmen ccnlcml that the air, Ilko tlm fen, Hhotild be free to all alike and that (miens It !H, aviation will become ImpoHHlble. LAST SURVIVOR OP LINCOLN'S PALL BEARERS IS DYING [11V I'Mini X, Y., Feb. Mai-shall. UKI-I! nrvenfy the lant nnrvlvor of the honorary pull bearers nt Ihe funeral of Abraham Lincoln reported dylns today. HALF MILLION LOSS BY FIRC AT WHITE PLAINS White Plnlim, N; Y.. Feb, Plro curlv today destroyed btiHlnes lilncksi nt an CM! limited IOMH of half mil lion dollarB. WOULD CHANGE THE DAILY PROGRAM NOW Idea Is Bring All the Spouting At the Night Sessions of the Senate From Now On. TII TIM: Minllrioii, Feb. new plan for biiHlncKH of tho legislature. wan announced todav by Henati) Steer- lui; commlltce, which IIWIUIB, If adopt- ed, that BUHHloim Avlll ho hold every morning from to ten and H-CCMH (alien whether tho cnlcndur IH llnlshed cr not. Thin will nevcral IIOUIH each day for comm'ttco hearbiRB, and the completion of tho calendar.' In- cludlmr nnmt of the oratory, will be nccompllHhed at nlchl, liy ihlB nioniiH II IH tho Hcnato will be up and wa'tl'ii; when tho IIH- '.cnibly IH half through. ON SHORE; MASTS SWEPT AWAY Report Received In London. As To Condition of An Unknown Vesacl. [nr London, KnK.. Fob, unldontl- lied liner WUH reported today iiHlioro on the Srllly iHlnndH, Her IIIUHIH and fiiiuielM were KOIIO and her position the motit dangerous. Tho pnsHOllgorB Htlll aboard. Tin- Hblp WIIH later fcund to be tlm Rldilllcu an abandoned French war- ship. It waa at flrut to bo an Atlantic liner. TWO AKERICAMS IN THE JUAREZ PRISON Claimed by Federal Authorities to Do Spies for the Insurgents. AHsiii'l San Anlonlo, Tex., Fob. patch to I lie Hxprc-HH from Kl I'aHO nays two AmerlcaiiH. Lawrptico F. Con- vi-i'Ho of nie.mlora. Cal., and Kdward M. Illatt of Texan, havo been IniprlBoned at .liiarex by the Mexican ailthorltloH. The alb-Ko the men aro In- BllITCCtO Hpll-H. MAKE LAST RAID ON TREASURY OF PRESENT SESSION Congrens Has Many Appro- prlatlons To Passed Before Adjournment. [lir UNITKII I'IIKHH.1 Feb. ilylUB republican majority nr tlm I Inline to- ilny proNi-nted II'H hint r.reat draft mi Ilio irt'iiHiiry llm I'lvll Hundry ap- propriation lilll, I In1 hlKK'-Ht of nil .Hiipply meamircH WIIH reported to III" IloiiHo carrylnn n liinnlri'il anil forty tlilU'nilH, llvo liuliilriMl tilllty tlloilHiuu thirty nr iwcniy live inlllluiiH more I linn I nut. yearn hill. Tin1 HliiKlii In forty flv liillllnim live IniinlriMl nlxty dollara foi llm ranuma Canal tint next IB twoiilj one iiilllloim throe hundred atnl devei '.houiuind two hundred ami forly llvi 1'or public hulldlliKH about tlin country fnrtlllrallun nf tlm I'ananu fannl throe nilllloliH urn provided Thin meiiHiiro will probably bo niM through under KiiHpoiiHlon of mien. Tin' bill nlHD carrion npproprlatlniiH for Improvement of Hie iioimo rlinin her anil piirrlniHc of palntlllKH o Sllprenm COIIrt JllHtlCOH. Suit Filed: In an appeal from a din allowance of dalniH from tlm muiild pal court, tlm milt of S, iind'C. U', .ladiiuan apilnnt tlm City nf .lanesvlllu wan tuday Ilk-d In tlio circuit court. ROCKFORD POLICE MAKE 4 ARRESTS I.UHE BOMB CASE Uellove They Have Persons Who Caused Death of Woman and Injured Year Old Child, (III IIMITK1) I'llllHH.J Uocltfonl. Keb. tlm ni> rent, here of Tony Hollo. Kimy and Col letta and Martin Vllra, the Unckford liollce bi.-lli'vti today they havo In CUB (oily four of nine pcraoiiH for the bomb exploHlon which killed Mrx. Annlo Vlloll and Berloimly wound ed her ynar old baby. Tho men wore, buardcrx at Hie VHoll IIOIIHI-, ROOSEVELT STARTS ON RETURN JOURNEY Leaves Clilcnno for New York This Morning and Expects to Be at Work Tomorrow In That City. [nr Chicago, Teh. Roosevelt left. Iho city ut ten-llfleen for Now York and hopi-H to he. at hlu dimk 111 that city by ten o'clock Friday lllK. MONARCHISTS FORCED TO LEAVE PORTUGAL Threats of Secret Society has Caused Many Sympathizers Wltb Old Re- gime to Bnek New Homes, [IIT HiuidJoz, Spain, 1'eb. re.- vnt HUddetl fllKh! from I'ul'tilKnl of urfio niimburs of HympathlzerH with llm old reu'lme IH hi-KlniilnK to bo ox- liiliied. Tho inonarchlHtH aro leavlnc iho country under Hireat of imfuiHHliiii. tlon by tho Hocrct HO- iliity which directly reitpoiiHlbli) for tlm enKllieerlliR of the revoliilloiiH. Tho ImadH of preHi-nt Kovern- ment, nro not ineinberH of tlm zat'on. The Carblnarlu coimlHtH inuln- y of tlm "bourKcolH" c.biHH and of and HiillOfH, either of the or the bi'tirnrH of tho lowor :raile cf cotntnlBHloiiH. After tlm rov- olntlon had been put, through Hie HO- llely ri-OouillziMl the iieceHHlly of KlV. m; the blub Kovernmenlal olllim to men of IdKlier HlandliiK than any of (hem poHi-HHed, Men like I'reHldcnt UniRa, I'drolcn MlnlHler Mncbado. MlnlHler of Public 'oikn'finmez and MlnlHtor of tlm In- er'or Almeida wero nccordliiRly placed In chaw. The rlilof dllllcitlty that thi'Ke men bad to encounter luiR been that they are entirely dopcndeiit upon Kood will of llm Carblnar'o letaln (illlce. And tho noddy helne radical and IrroHpou- hlble In IIH compoH'tlon the trouble ban been by Hid eHtabllKhlni; a civilized govern- mcnt wllhotit tlmlr HUP- pnrterH. VlnltH to any of tlm mlnlHtrlCHlinve (early Rhoivn HID reniiirluible char- icter of tlio Hltuatlon, the inlnlHler- lal anlc-diainbcrH RwarmliiR with K inemberH of tho Hccrnt Hocldy of tli'-m iineducati-d and often llldi'iit men, whom) advice nnd crltlclHiiiH tho mlnlHlera have not tared to dlHrcKard and to whom they linvo been forced to Klvo audlenco to llm exclimlon of callurii with IcKltt- male bimlnehfl to traiiHiict, oven In- dudliiK the diplomatic repreHotitn- liven of forelRii powerH with which It IB of (lie utnioHt Impnrtanni; to 1'ortu- to maintain KOOI! rclntlotiR, One In which tho provisional covernment ban ijlvpn cnpodal nm- braKi- to the Carhlnarlo him been In Itn retention In tlio nako of their a number of mill- ir olllclalH of the days of the monarchy and In rcfiiHlm; to exile former inon- irchlntH who have. Hlnco tho rovolu- Clou refrained from IntoreferlllK In pclltlcH and Hcemed dlHpoHed to ac- cent Iho new rcKline. Finding the admlnlHtratlnn deaf to Itn demamlH aloilK tin-lie llneB HID Car- blnai'lo finally took inatterH Inlo UH own IniiidB and Korvcd notlcn on. tho objectloniihle IndlvldualH that they leave the country or they would bo killed MoHt of them accepted the former alternative. AMIOIII? who remained u flcrlcH oC nRflnssl HOIIH may ho expected at any Hum. The Kiivurnmeiit Is not Htroiu; to oppoHo more than n paHHlvo niHls- lance lo tho Hoc'oty, no thoro IH no prospect Niich iiHHiinHliiatlonn will bo punlHhed and It In likely that tlm admlnlHtratlon will ho driven 'to a general of tlm fiiKltlv properly very KOCH. Tho places of tin) olllclalH who have been forced to lice are bcliiK Illleil with inembnni of tbo Oarblnar'o, wholly Inexperienced In tholr work, nnd Inextrlcablo con fiiHlon IB certain to roHiilt hi ull ilc- part incuts, CALIFORNIANSMUCH AROUSED OVER THE PROPOSED TREATY Situation Declared to Be Critical In Legislature Today Following Adoption of Resolution Agalnit Japanese Treaty. Jny UNiTi'ii Sarramenlo. Cnl., Fob. llm itlluailon In tbc California leclslulurn IH rrltlrnl today an a remit! of the pro- poned treaty, following tint riiHulutlun ndopled laHt nlKlil. opposing Din ini-amire at WashlliKloii, IB ail' milled on all Hlden. li Not Cosy. Feb. linrrled conference with Senator UxlKo unit Mourn) leaden) loilny WUH tlm outward tnaiilfeHtatlun thai I'riwldent Taft IH not eiiHy over tlio treaty IIH tlio rmmlt of a flood of toliwaphlc prott-ntH from tlm 1'aclllc. roaat. SENATE WILL AMEND BILL TO CARRY OUT RECIPROCITY PLAN Present Indications Are McCall Bill De Altered and Possibly the Agreement Itself May Be Changed. [IIT AHHOCUTKD WaHlilliKton, IX C, Fell, IB every Indication tlint the McCiill bill to carry out Canadian Hec'proclty will he amended by the Henaie, a rcHOlntlon haVliiK been liTniplfd anklni; Iho pnmldenl for certain Infortiiallon. ThlH WIIB practically iidm'tted, It IK the Indlnnted purpOHO lo amiiiid tlio bill and tlio iMitmthlllty N HimneKled of cbaimnH In tlm iiKreomeiit ItHclf. N. II. Hull nniHtur of tile Mich'- Kan Htate KrniiKD before lln1 Hcnntn coniniltti-e today oppoued Canadliin Hecliiroclty. MISSING MAN WAS BURNED TO DEATH Evidence' Shows That Joseph Miller of Milwaukee Missing Since Feb. 14, Met Death In Fire. till Milwaukee, Fob. Joseph Miller, tiKcil -12, an Iron workor, who IIMK bern mlHHlm; from homo In (Ills city Hlnco I'Y-bruary 14, mot hlx leath In it lint that dnHtroyed a Hinnll Hhack on Uiko I'owiuikeo on tho nlRlit of Kcbruury 15, won practically citnb> llHhnd biHt nJBht when A. C. Miller. lila brolhor, vlnltcd I'owankeo ami identified.n watch and pin Unit had boon found In tho rultiH of tlm burned nhank. Miller IH HUtrlved by n wlfo and Hoveral children. 6URGLAR AWAITING TRIAL CONFESSES Chicago Crook Who Hod Cecn In Ra- cine Jail Five Months Con> fesses to Burglary, HIT iiNtTi'.u I'KKHK. i Undue, Fob, lylnu In Jail (ho months awalllnt; trial for bur- Klarlzlni; a clKar Hlore on Christnum live, liuiil, dlirlliK which tlmo In- nl- emitted to blow up llm jail wllh Riant lowdur, Oorx'o HobliiBon, u CbicnBo ;rook, pleaded milliy loday and WIIH sentenced to two yearn In the Hlale has, HITVCI! Hoveral iirniB provloiiHly, FALLING ICE CAKE INSTANTLY KILLED Charles Relburg of Baraboo While Aiding In Filling An Ice House, [IIT CHITKtl Harnboo, li'ob. i rcRldent of thin place, WIIH Inutantly killed whllo putting up leu at tho home of William Stroar ut ac- cordliiK to reportH lioro today. A f leu fell upon him. THIEVES VISITED MILLINERY SHOP Twenty Willow Plumes Valued at Wero Taken From Milwaukee Millinery Shop. [iir UHITHH nir.HH.] Milwaukee. Fob, police aro oday BiiarchliiR for thloves who la HI nlnht broke Into iho Warner Millinery lompuny and curled away goods val- lod at Hoveral hiindrod dollars. A Ion ot tho loot coiuUtod of twunty vlllow plumes valued nt NAVY YARD PLANNED [ON PACIFIC COAST? lumor Says Government Is Trying to Purchase Iron Works With Four Drydocks From Schwab. I IIT uxiTisn Han FranclBco. Fob. for u Kovernmetit navy yard for tho I'aclllc uoant aro HIII-II today In Ilio )ffor of four inilllon dollarB by tho novornmont. to CharloB M. Schwab for ibo Union Iron Workn hero. Tho plat govern u-n ucroH and IIIIH four dry- locku, CONDITION OF MRS. NATION IS REPORTED AS IMPROVCD Lcuvenivorth, KIIH., Feb. condlton of MI'H, Carrlo Nation, futnoim "hatdiot wlelder for IB loday reported Improved. SUNDAY BASEBALL WILL DE ALLOWED IN INDIANA Intl., Feb. Tho In- diana Biipruine court loday ruled to allow profiiHHlomil Sunday wlllilu tho ututu.   

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