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Mount Pleasant Daily News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1913, Mount Pleasant, Iowa It pleasant daily news thirty third . Pleasant. Iowa. Thursday. July 17. 1913. Ten cents per week galls Beveridge protege of Parry Mulhall says sex senator acknowledged Friendship. N. A. M. Asked Tariff body colonel says Union men were employed to try to swing the Indiana labor vote to Watson and help elect him. Washington july 17.�?before facing his daily quiz on the stand before the Senate lobby investigating committee col. M. M. Mulhall declared he was a too Busy to reply to the charges of Richard Harry of new York that Mulhall demanded 11 0,000 for the pub location of the National association of manufacturers correspondence that he attempted to sell the letters to the american federation of Lambor and that he asked Harry if he did not think the National association would pay $150,000 for the files. Harry said that Mulhall had 57,000 letters and papers at his Home. The letters read into the record concerning the efforts of the National association to have a Tariff commission created and Mulhall repeated his statement that the association was anxious to obtain such a commission Parry was objected to. Mulhall said that during a conference in january 1908, with the political managers of former representative James Watson of Indiana it was suggested that h m Parry become Active in that state. Mulhall said this suggestion was frowned upon because Parry was a too Well known to the la Bor Parry was a former president of the manufacturers association Quot was not Parry a protege of Sena tor beveridge7�?� nuke d senator Nelson. A no senator no senator Beveridge publicly acknowledged he was a protege of Parry Quot replied Mulhall. Quot the National association of manufacturers wanted a Tariff commis Sion of which h. E. Miles of Racine wts., and Fred c. Schwedtman should be members Quot said Mulhall. Miles was the head of the Tariff committee of the National association which was named to come to Washington to lobby for a Tariff commission but he was so Radical he was finally driven from the committee and was replaced by or. Van clears letter read. A letter was read from j. W. Van Cleave late president of the National association of manufacturers in which he noted the opposition of the Home markets club of Boston to the Tariff commission. A the Home markets club did not want a Tariff commission Quot said mul Ball Quot but the National association did want h e Miles wrote to s e Swayne of Richmond in which led him to support Watson although Miles admitted that a personally 1 do not like the Man but i would like less to have him Sac coded by a Man no better in any Way and wrong in labor f c. Schwedtman wrote Mulhall spooling the Watson Campaign saying Quot if Ever i regret not being a millionaire it is in times like these that Money could do such a great lot of Good Quot Mulhall described the conversation with representatives of Indiana manufacturers in which he said a Large amount of funds was needed to put Watson across. "1 thought about $100,000 was needed but i did not suggest so Large an amount. That was a Little stiff at that time Quot said Mulhall Union men were employed. The witness said that he employed Union men to try to swing the labor vote to Watson and to spy upon labor activity. Mulhall wrote to Schwedtman january 19, 1908, that Watson had been selected to place Indiana s candidate for president Charles w. Fairbanks in nomination at the Chicago convention. In the same letter Schwedtman was mentioned As a the next ambassador to Brazil under the incoming in a letter to E. Bourdinot acting Secretary of the National association Mulhall said a i was Given plainly to understand some time ago that the political expenditures of the association was nearly $40,000 a a senator Foraker wanted me to see the Secretary of the United building trades of Cincinnati and to make a report to him about his chances for re election for senator Quot said Mulhall in explanation of a letter signed by Foraker. A i made a full written report to him Quot said Mulhall. �?o1 think he was considering running for the presidency at that rail report filed i a ooh shucks lets smile anyhow Iff interstate Commerce body Tell of roads condition. Value of Stock outstanding is de dared to be $19,533,750,802 2.368. 658 cars Are in service. Washington july 17.�?an abstract of the report of the interstate Commerce commission for the year ended june 30, 1912, showing the condition of railroads in the United states having Gross operating revenues of More than $100,000 a year fixes the Par value of the amount of Railroad Stock outstanding at $19,333,750,802, of which $11,004,190,115 represented funded debt the remainder being divided into common and preferred Stock of the Stock outstanding $2,909,093,-873, or 34 35 per cent paid no dividends the dividends declared during the year totalled $400,432,752. Expenditures for investment Aud equipment on roads amounted to $15, 895,657,909. Freight carried for the year amounted to 1,818,232,193 Toms an increase Over the previous year of �T�>5,042,254 tons freight Revenue amounted to $1,956,802,927, and Pas Seio a Revenue $657,422,999 the total revenues were $2,826,917,967, and operating expenses $1,958,963,431. The total number of cars in service was 2,368,658. Of which 50,060 were in the passenger service. It required i 61,250 locomotives to handle All the cure the number of persons employed on the roads excepting employees of switching and terminal companies was 1.699,218 japs threatened by mob Colorado gang. Or Steamboat Springs intimidates foreigners hired by a Railroad. Ambassador leaves Mexico City for Washington. Recognition is subject question of acknowledging military government in the Southern Republic is to be discussed by american representative. Erie Road is target Union official predicts clash Over arbitration. Telegraph and Telephone operators on Northern Pacific await walkout vote. Mexico City july 17.�?ambassador Wilson left Here for Washington last night in response to orders from the skate department. Steamboat Springs. Colo., july 17.�? a construction gang working on the Extension of the to nver amp Salt Lake Railroad attempted to drive from the grading Camp a party of japanese labourers who were brought Here last tuesday the japanese came from Denver and had been housed in Box cars at the lower end of town. A gang of men went to the japanese Camp three of them impersonating officers for the purpose of gaining an Entrance into the cars As soon As the doors Many Are hacked to death were open the gang of men rushed slain by Bulgari stories of horrible atrocities by Ferdinand a men confirmed. 1 m it 44 4 9 on the Green Diamond hi44 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a till standing of the clubs. Turks take advantage of Melee Over spoils by pushing army northward to capture former possessions. Into the cars with ropes and revolvers and ordered the japanese to dress giving them notice that they must cease work on the Railroad Grade and leave this part of the country they then conducted the japanese about two Miles out of town and told them Salon Al Turkey july 17.�?another that if they returned the ropes would horrifying Story of massacre was re be used sheriff Elvington arrested Cei Ved Here from Doiran 40 Miles three of the ringleaders and has Northwest of Salonika. Mussulman placed deputies around the bunk cars there have made a written declaration Quincy National league. Clubs p c. Clubs w l. P c new York 54 34 i Brooklyn .37 39 487 vhf Law Ena 46 30 it it it Bon ton .34 45 ,4$. It Chicago. 43 39 .524 St. Loots 32 41 .395 Pittsburgh 41 39 .513 incl Natl 31 62 375 american league. Polls Ella. 59 24 .711 Boston 40 41 pm Cleveland. .51 34 .�w0>8t. Louts 36 64 4� Wash ton .47 37 w0 Detroit .36 66 389 Chicago ____48 40 .545 new York.26 56 .30 a m Erica n a 8 set a Etc a Tion. Milwaukee .86 35 9 Kan City. 43 46 4� Columbus 4936 57sst. Paul37 49 o Louisville. .52 3k .678.Toledo 4352.422 Man polls 46 42 533 ind a polls 81 55 360 Western league Denver tvs 2 a .#8 Omaha 46 43 617 Des moines.47 39 547 Sioux City.36 41 i St. Joe.44 42 .612 Topeka .35 48 422 Lincoln. 46 42 .517 Wichita 36 54 .39 three-1 league .43 a .531 Bemington 39 a sett to prevent the members of the mob countersigned by three local bulgar 1 i Bucu -42 w .525danviiie .40 42. 48s from attempting to carry out their Jan priests that i Davenpor threats officials of the Road insist slaughtered 30,900 the Mussulman that the japanese shall be allowed to nought Refuge in Doiran from the sur of. a 29 it 9 Dayton work because of the Scarcity of White rounding districts us Wayne 44 2 i up a Sulu port .39 37 613 Decatur 39 43 .471 bulgarians Springfield 42 40 .5121 Peoria. 37 44 457 who Central league. 41 44 482 Etc ,36 47 434 Lyle .,3a 52 3s6 sacking of serbs confirmed. Central association. Full confirmation of the reported Ottumwa 43 29 .91 Waterloo. 35 39 473 Sacklyn old Bura no of the Macedon Hurh to Sisr Quot Quot Sis China Ian town of Seres by the fleeing Bui Keokuk 37 35 514 ced. Rapid.26 43 377 Garian troops and of the crucifixion. Wisconsin-11.1.inoi8 league. Eight provinces in South said to be hacking to death or burning alive of Oshun 46 2.7 �2 4?a "3 43 27 41 .397 labor. Construction has been delayed because of the Lack of labourers new civil War in Washington july 17.�?ambassador Henry Lane Wilson at Mexico City has been summoned to Washington for an j immediate conference with president Wilson on the mexican situation. This i action is taken to forecast an important announcement on the admin Stra Tlona a attitude toward the Huerta government the presidents action following closely the unofficial announce not that some of the foreign Powers which already have recognized the Huerta government were pressing for some indication of this governments attitude toward the continued disorders in Mexico leads to that belief. Bryan gives out the news. The announcement was made by Secretary Bryan. Immediately after a conference at the White House with the president the Secretary issued this statement a ambassador Wilson has been asked to come to Washington to Confer with the president personally on the Stua lion in Mexico the american embassy will be left in charge of the first Secretary or. president after the facts. Secretary Ryan positively refused to add any information to his Brief an j nou Cement of ambassador Wilson s Call to w Ashington. It is assumed however that the administration desires to learn from the ambassador what influences actuated the foreign diplomatic representatives in Mexico when they jointly agreed to address their governments with what amounted to a formal complaint against the attitude of the United states in its relations with the Huerta regime. Has had private reports. The president has had the Benefit of private reports from Beveral of his personal friends who have travelled in Mexico recently but those were unofficial and not sufficient to form the basis or formal attitude if there were to be any change in policy. Secretary Ryan was asked if the coming of ambassador Wilson to Washington would change his projected lecture tour he replied a the newspapers might have assumed that my lecture dates would not interfere with business instead of assuming that they would All my lecture dates were made subject to Columbus. Ohio july 17.�?if tha Rai it roads do not accede to our demands or make an equitable settlement a strike will be called today was the declaration made to a mass meeting of railroaders Here by s r. White representative of the brotherhood of railway trainmen of the Cincinnati division of the Pennsylvania Railroad who attended the recent mgt a York conferences White denied reports that an amicable agreement has been reached Between the trainmen and Eastern railroads and advised every Railroad employee in this District who is interested in the a Rochester wage demand proposition to prepare for an immediate strike. The speaker declared that the Erie Railroad would be the object of the first attack due to that Road s refusal to enter into arbitration negotiations St. Paul min july 17.�?developments in the wage controversy involving 1,237 Telegraph and Telephone operators and station agents on the entire Northern Pacific Railroad system at present await the result of the strike vote of the employees. The demands of the operators for increased wages regulation of sunday work and other issues were refused by the Road Roosevelt in big storm lightning plays about them As they go by Cage 800 feet above River. Grand Canyon ariz., july 17.�?a terrific electrical storm the worst experienced in the Region in several years raged about col. Theodore Roosevelt and his party As they crossed the Colorado River in Bright Angel Canyon in route to the had lands Hunting grounds the crossing was made in the Cage suspended from a Cable 800 feet above the River. Lightning played about the Cage and the colonel and his sons Archie and Quentin were Al renewed by rain but suffered no other mishap. Suicides by hanging. Castle Rock colo., july 17.�?charles Ceilius Twenty seven manager fort Ewen Mcmillen ranch near Parker committed suicide in the Douglas county jail by hanging himself with a strap to an Iron bar above the door. The markets Grain provisions Etc. Chicago july 1. Open High in a Clos wheat ing est. Eat. Ing. July. .85 .86 .85 .86% sept. S6 is .87 .86 .86% Deo. .k9v\ 90vs .89% 90% % corny july. And go 4 .60,-% 60% sept. 61q .61vn .60% .61% dec. .67s a 57v .67% .57%-% Oats a july. 3.8 .38q .37% .37% sept. 38�?T� .39.38% .39 dec. 40-40q .40 .40 40% % preparing to withdraw from confederacy. Peking july 17.�?the provinces of Khing is. Kiang us Kwang so of Kien Sze Chuen Hunan Ngan Hwel and Kwang Tung Are preparing to de Ninny of the inhabitants has been sent a us 33 ,-,42 Madison to the Austro hungarian government de. Do lac.3.7 32 .722 Wausau by Consul general August Krai of Salonika. Three fourths of the formerly flourishing town of about 30,000 inhabitants is a mass of smoking ruins says the Illin >18-Missouri league. I Lncoln .1> 15 .7ti5 sir Ator .20 31 .392 Champaign .31 1 ti.33 k Kankakee 19 3.3 .365 Clare their Independence and to form Consul general who has just returned a Southern chinese confederacy according to apparently authoritative statements current Here. Fighting continues in the province of Tiangsi and Large numbers of Northern troops Are proceeding there. The German consulate at banking Here from Seres where he thoroughly investigated the situation. Turks on to Adrianople. Constantinople Turkey july 17.�? the government is determined to push Forward ottoman troops As far As the stronghold of Adrianople. Captured by first was surrounded by insurgents it was the bulgarians after a prolonged siege stated that in the event of an attack during the recent Balkan War it in the germans intended to adopt their tends to take this bold action not Only own measures for Protection. The because of the material advantages to trouble apparently arose owing to the be gained but because of the moral germans recently permitting the sex effect it will have on turkeys internal tradition of two revolutionaries who had taken Refuge in the German Concession at Hankow. Situation Reinsch for China envoy German army flyer dead. Jute bog Germany july 17.�?lieutenant Stoll an army aviator died today from the effects of injuries sustained in an aeroplane Accident at the met Leary aerodrome Here. Indians crazed by Herb congressman Esch of Wisconsin trying to suppress peyote eating rites. University of Wisconsin professor selected by the president for diplomatic Post. Washington july 17.�?prof. Paul s. Rel sch of the department of to la Crosse wls., july 17 a Congress Lotical Economy at the University of Man John j. Esch announced that he Wisconsin has been selected for Man would renew a movement for an a Ieter to China. Propri Tion to suppress peyote eating Secretary Ryan doctor Rel sch among the Winnebago indians in and president Wilson had a Long con Western Wisconsin. Reports from Ference at the White House after Black River Falls tells of orgies by which it became known that doctor the redskins which Are of the wildest rely sch a name would be sent to the nature bringing on unconsciousness Senate probably Friday. Doctor which lasts two and three Days. Many Rel sch was born in Milwaukee in cases of insanity among the indians 1869, was educated in Berlin Rome Are said to be caused by peyote eat and Paris and began College work at ing the eating of the peyote Herb the University of Wisconsin in 1899. He has been Active in the study of International Law and historical research. He is married and live at Madison. Is supposed to be part of the Indiana religious belief. Wednesday s games. National league. Chicago. 3 Brooklyn. 4 new York. 5 Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia. 4 St in us. 3. Boston. 1 Pittsburgh 3. American league Chicago 0-5 Philadelphia 1-3 game ten innings. Chicago. 5 Phil Adehla. 3 second game 8t Ajuis. 2 Washington 3 Cleveland. 5-2 new York. 0-4. Detroit 4 Boston 7. American association. Kansas City 1 Irmis Volle 2. Minneapolis. 0-3. Indianapolis. 4-1. St. Paul 2 Toledo. 4. Milwaukee 5, Columbus 5 my innings Gams called. Western league. St. Joe 4-1 Denver. 10-4 i gets mollies 9. In cult. 3. Sioux City. 1 Wichita. 4. Omaha 1 Topeka 2. Three-1 league. Bloomington 2 Quincy 0. Danville 3 Peoria. 5 Decatur 0 Davenport. 1. Springfield 6 do Butje 4. Central league. Springfield. 6, Dayton 1. Fort Wayne 10 Evansville. 5 Terre haute 2 grand rapids. 0. Central association. Waterloo 2-9 Burlington 9-t second game 11 innings. Cedar rapids 1 Keokuk 6. Monmouth. 5 Hamwi 1. Kewanee 4. Muscatine 5. Wisconsin Illinois league Racine 8 Appleton 2 Rockford 5 Oshkosh 0. Green Bay 3 fond do Lac 2. Madison Wausau no game wet grounds Illinois Missouri league. Lincoln 3, Champaign. 4 no other games play it train hits Auto. Kills child four other persons Are injured As result of collision at Earl Grove la. Earl Grove la., Fily 17. A Otic child was killed one was probably mortally injured and two others and their a ther n. S. Adams an automobile dealer of this place were less seriously Hurt when the automobile in which the five were Riding was struck by a northbound Chicago great Western passenger train on the main Street crossing Here. Alfred Adams aged eleven was killed. Mildred Jones aged five probably fatally injured. The father Aud other two children sustained fractures. The car was completely demolished. Society girl is missing fix Jur Spring wheat Patent Minnesota brands Wood $7 50 to retail Trade Minnesota and Dakota patents $4 2544 50 jute straight $4 1044 30 first clears jute $3.50 93.80 second clears jute. $3.4092.80 Low Grade jute $2.2092.30 Winter wheat Patent. Jute new$4 1044 26 straight. Jute $4,0044.10 Rye flour White Patent $3.00#3.10 dark $2 4093 00 butter Creamery extra 26c extra first 25425%c firsts. 24w24%c seconds. 23 �23%c ladles 22c packing Stock 3 #21c. Eggs current receipts 16o Ordinary firsts i5 a firsts. 16c extra 20421c checks 124t 13c, dirtiest 144$14%c. Live poultry turkeys. 18c. Chickens fowls 16c, Springs 20e roosters 10%c geese 10c, ducks 13o Guinea Heas $4.00 per Dot. New potatoes Virginia cobblers $2.554/2.66 per bbl. Bulk. 86990c per tub Kansas Early Ohio 80�86c per by. Cincinnati fears peat Lenco. Cincinnati july 17.�?Cincinnati fears pestilence As the result of a mra. Fish to be a Queen of Newport r. I., july 17.�? mrs. Stuy Vesant fish will be a Queen of the Cleveland iceman on strike. Cleveland o., july 17 a the strike fairies Quot at the costume Ball which she strike Here of 125 men employed As of be Jei Ivery men anti their helpers will give at crossway August 1. The collectors by the Lenlon reduction j grew when additional walkouts of City fish Ball will outclass any costume company. The strike prevented the ice delivery workers swelled the num affair Given Here in years More than collection of Gai Bage in the City. Of a talkers to 200. Thiere Are about 200 costumes for Mother Goose Char the men get $10.80 a week and i 300 delivery men and helpers in the actors Are being made by new York ask $13,. Cavy. Costumers. Laure e. Voss believed to have thrown self into Lake Geneva. Kenosha wls., july 17.�? despondent on account of troubles in her Home at Labe Geneva pretty Laura Estella Voss daughter of or. And mrs. A us Tave Voss Well known society people of Lake Geneva is thought to have thrown herself into the Lake off the Wisconsin Street breakwater Here. Two Barefoot prints which Are alleged to have been those of the despondent girl and a pencilled note on a piece of an envelope Are the Only Clews that the police have to Aid them to solve the disappearance of the Young woman Peoria Man Dies at 105. Peoria 111., july 17.�?�?ouncle�?� Avery Dalton the oldest Man in Peoria county died at his Home in Elmwood at the age of one Hundred and five years. Avery Dalton was born in pit Sylvania county a. He came to Peoria county in 1820. New York. July 16. Wheat stronger Large Trade no. T Northern. $1.0064 no. 2 red new. 9644c no. 2 hard 96v<�?T no. 1 Manitoba $1 Quot no. 1 Macaroni. $1.045fc no. 2 red. 94<, july 9654c september 94vjc december. 97v�c. Corny firmer Trade quiet. No 2 yellow. 6\e no. 3 yellow 6854c no. $ 68%e. Oats steady Frade quiet no. 2 White. 444e no. 3 White 43tfn$54c Standard. 43v4 4h4c no. 4 White 42v<$43o ungraded. U �46v4c live Stock. Chicago. July 16. Cattle Steere Good to Choice $8 401� 9 10. Steers fair to Good $7 7548.25, inferior steers. $7 00 97.26. Distillery steers. $s.604p 8.66. Yearlings Good to Choice $8 00409.10 yearlings fair to Good $7 26407 75, canner bulls $3 5044 50 Stocken. $7 50#7 60, feeding steers $7,0047.75 medium to Good beef cows $6,2546.26 fair to Good heifers $6 6048 00 Good to Choice cows $6 0047.00 common to Good cutters $4,254/4 75 inferior to Good canners $3,504/4.25 Bologna bulls $r>.75tfr6 50 Butcher bulls $6 5047 75 distillery bulls $0 754/7.50 hogs Choice Light 1004/190 lbs$9 304$ 9 40 Light mixed 160�200 lbs $8.06#9.a0 prime Light butchers 2004250 lbs., $9 154$ 9 35 prime medium weight butchers $9 10 4/9 30. Prime heavy butchers 2504300 lbs., $9.u0479.15 heavy packing $8,7049.00 mixed packing $8,9549.10 roughs and throwout $8 0048.50 pigs 1104130 lbs., $7 0048.50. East Buffalo. N y., july 16. Cattle Market Light and easier prime steers $8,5049.00 Butcher grades $4 0048.00 calves cull to Choice. $6,004$ 12.00. Sheep and lambs Market fairly Active and steady Choice lambs. $8 25 9 8.40 cull to fair $6 504/8.00, yearlings $6 00 47.00 sheep $2 0046.00 hog8 a Arkel Active. Hvr26c higher

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