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^^r THE DAILY REVIEW TOUR time ll SATED when you Mnptoy X u id on Th« F** Back Then to work f tor you f Thirty-Sixth Year. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1914. PRICE TWO. CENTS. No. 184. Joseph Chamberlain Dies In London Death Of Great Britain's Famous Statesman At 10:30 Last Night Comes As Surprise--Had Striking Career. 1 melon T u ' s 1 -- Io»eph Chamberl a i n died f'crp last n i g h t The death c * !p*.in f hiinl prlmn vvhl"h r e m o v e s in» "' l h « rro«t striking; f i g u r e s f r o m J n l l - h j o l i l i c s In the past generation carn i« in e n t i r e s rprise us the court · o i of In* n e i l t n w is not pub ic v Xn » n in t «· a n w n i s e tint at an l i n , - in t h e p a s t t w o o r t h r e e v e a r * PI \ f H CAME *T 10 30 M"- i h f t n i l Tliin who n n v e r le"t fioi h - r i i « s 1e Mnct he v \ a s strklc , n « t l ral «1« u o n n l M irs ago «n I ht- · Au^-t^n i h-imri r l a l n w e r e · w i t h M ' 1 mi! ' ri i n w h e n tK ith oc . i r , I t ] S" o i l n o k ast n i g h t i t Ins L n l i n - l l i e T h e t v l d e n ~ « t j v t K ! o v * r the 1 on Ion seasoii v h i ' N *· it its h e i g h t L X t l \l I t V K A N C f c MAI 6 M r i n n l e r l a ' n s tn«t pi Hit. a P ^ i n i « d « j t a K i n l e t p i - t v n 1 ,ro i I- o£ hi-* b i r m i t i M i mi honi" 4 M v » v\ » n w i t h s u i t i d on ) i eel i d " - . i t l u l h n l i t I 1.01 - t i t i t u t s Mr ch n I r r l n » i-. \ \ h i e l d «, it on I h " 1 i w n in a i in u 1 u l C J i - «,! v u v . m i i i t o 1 uii I f t l e ivlieu i e l l t l e l ll« 1 i t t fr t i 1' Jnil n i - , h ' o i b i n i r k n - ) « l i t m i n t c f t h e l i M l u U Hi I-.it. t H o i u r i b l e Joseph C h u n t t i n w a " t h e plonet I n C r t d t Brl u n or ' n u t rno n i" I Ui g r t a t ad i lU of I m j ( n il m F r t h l i t i - « i w t ^ r l r I ' i M t h a b n-C i n t e r r t ^ i m m lie r t i e i i ' m ' l I l i m l r i,hnm In parlui 311 i t In 1** b hi 1 * c ir ( i of ^ t o i m 11. t l \ l t e s w i a e n i ( I l \ a « t l o k c o t p i r i h « i 1 ie blow f 1 w h 11 ho was in the nil Nt o' a siiuiiu i i- uni aign foi the e f t i l l i s a i nt of i p n U i . m e tir Iff w i t t n c n n . c foi Hie I itis'i col onus mil j u s t i T u i I i 11 it t c n t i 1- ill o k t ntecl t) t h tt t i n v c i k ,r\ n' hi" H i s t c e t i o T v i t : AT n w - \\ mi HIM fain e t h i t di* t h i ··! 01 e f i t h t t h a d L n 11 n i v a l i d .1 i i t h " t u o" 3 1 i r at tie po It cal R i m e p k t u r J n l w H H w i t l hi* lox.il w i f e a daugl t"i ,1 U l L n d k o t t of M a f b i c l i u a i t ' s ·«no w is 1 resident CieMlaTd's secir t i of w ii I c i i l p urn His c h i e f cunJOlatlon w e r e the fciouint piilitl il jrnmirTi(.c of hi 1 - «nn \uit n C h u n I l i i n u t r 1 t "f h i s t o n s t l t ·li r"» 1 I n u n i - l mi * i d not depose i U i I i i tl l u 1 w i = n i n n i r to r l e«mt he pon tin floi ·( 1 an m o' f nmmi »·· In r i c h lei- v, t « T t i n ru 1 to his old bt IT f t\ n f ' e r w i r d In He ho i" \ i h « r i m i i r e s p e o t f i l «-ilonte K v, i \ to t l i t *pt I K * i s de k *rn n' l i i s «on and took th* « l t ' f Jan r 111 Mi ' him 1 i l l i w r i t e to his ccn'-Ut it n t « r tit, ^ h ^ i t i n d «i ms o[ ·» i^ in to r!o m woi k j n t a i I I I f f l th d "ur i t n r ruj t i t t-n \ n« ert thr- Pr-r\!c r t = 0 is. r m H 01 i isr \r i J- 01 \i fciost I i « K · i t t s t claim tn fime ^ v v I n r ] TI 1 I f i l l i a n t ac'vo , ' r of i i i i t e c t i ^ e pnlk-v r T 1 M T i n ih*» i t a J 1 of f r i t , ^ u 1 H ! « O h" tern mberpd is t t. r in I m M f o i c f f u l oppo 1 rf-.*l i 1 HP ni ' t M i l e s n n n s ...i i H « i f m I i M i n t l as i f in I « nf th I ll»*»t"il L n - m 1 t p t b m n i M f - r who*c t \ ' ? t m o U e d iis i r k. i * i* «t " H It h id HN I th i m i n c n f l l c t tt M o t th t w o I n i -* p u b l i c s t I - t h \ ' i n ' i l l i f] Mirv Fndicott daughter o{ William C Enc'icott F r e ^ l t i e n t Cle\ elands sec- i e t a r of w a r KEPT E W S SECRET L.ordnn T u l j 3--The cause of Mr C h a m b e r l a i n s death was officially o r i o m o e d todav as heart failure Alt h o u g h he Ind been gradual!) sinking sintn l u e s d a \ the members of the f i m i h had p r e f e red t h a t his condi tlon should not become pJMicly Krow n She Grabbed Him After Husband Floored Him. ·M t 1 n \\ i h - t l i n r n i i I M I I I I MLI l , h t I i n ei i t \ col n t n i 1 !· f i t h e r » i t I i i s,l inn lo~«-ph I v . t I I v i."»t em rMei i n r r r v t r n t n e i e i ·. n i s i » j isl 12 M - I I M Hi in i m t l i i t he r l i u IT f i i t l R l i f i ^t v i l r f f 1 i m n i s n i m l ^ t i r 1 i I I k i \ e h i s w l 1 .' m i n l ' - l p i l ref t n i u »-s c \ t e r m ^ to the CT ISP l w h i t h a d « i eil cities In Fnt. n nr Tmt. a I i f n i m u n i I) i l r f m rs In H"t 1 » e n t r« d p i l h e l n K r e J w t h n u t opr n t i i is i 1 I h e r il r n I i i m i n K l i u III I is . i l \e-irs 1i Ih omm m* 1 e p i t n r tlie I I r l I ll I l i · ll" W i t ' Wl r s i£,p| ! ,t s h« w is "lit i os. i t s\ n j t h l 7 e I it n f w % e i r : i a t r i e m [ h ll i'l\ ,1 l « ,1 h i s i «s 0 i i t e s In t' h ise f T I I V n t u n the i \ h u e h d of MS I f l i e f in *epirit *. \ e r l l i n e n t ff ·· J i i n d In !*·*« t h - i n f o u r rs lie w is a r i h i n e t i n i n l ^ t e t e n t « r i n « c i Isiom s fi i m nt n 1SSO T. j r I 1 nt nf (he T o i r ! n f tn.le. and i n l « s t h i n n d e mil. h i « hnl 1 on p n p i l i r n r ' n i n w a s n l n i o n t i« s: e i t ai il i Kton « MSIITS t «; M r r h a m l e r a l n \ ! « l t « ! t h e t nited S , t i i Noi IK l o f ' b l v a« t h e h o i d of the Itrlt sj ref r« ^ n t i t U e i II on the \ m e r i c i n Pr t ih j i n t i-ich « nm!(is|on w h i c h w i t i n e ^ n t l n t e a tn i t \ for the p i t t l i t m n l of Uie I r n g · " t i n d l n n r fisheries d l « p u t A t r e a t y was signed I lit t h " T nited B t i u s scnnt* r e f u s e d t i r i t i f j t wrns AMi:r;ic\N OITL T i l f in l^^*i Mr r h n m h o r l i m re tTTireil tn thf Lnltod States t h i s t i m e to e m a r r e d H^^in!^ t e e n t w i n a .Widow tr be took as his third w i t o M 6s T o r M i l l e III Julv 1 -- A dramatic ton of a f i g h t to t i e death tn the l i r l w i t h 3 masked r o i b e r w h o in\ i 1 1 eir home w is t o l l here today bi Mr a n d Mrs Jo=eph Grimwood an e l l 01 pie w h o l U e o n a f a i m two m i l = ei«t of here The robber died is ^1 e w is t h r o t t l i n g him Mrs Grim- wo 1 = 1 1 i f t e r he had been t h r o w n to the f l o o r hv her husband She 1 a l-u-e arid p o w e i f n l w o m a n alt h o i i k l si\t^ f n e leirs of age The i ob ci a iparertK about f l f t - f i v i . \ c i o 1 smooth sl^en and w e i r n f f a i ew «u t of clothes had a re e rt in h i s pocket f i o m a Chicago H i m for the c'otlu» The receipt b o i e the mm" W lliim PTM« ^ ins show ma; appirent pro'it of bet w e r n J f 0 and $ 6 0 1 0 on the Chicago lioi of t r a Ie w e r e also f o u n d on the ro ter The police b e l i e v e that the cloth nc an 1 pipers w e r e stolen I I 3 H T IN D 4 R K ROOM B e f o i e Mrs Gnmwood got into the turt t her hJsbana ana the robber-the f a r m e r aimed -with a club h« kept In 1 Is room and the robber with an i e pick--circled ro md and round in the dark f e e l i n f f for one another lung- Ing ind s t i i k ns: Their heavv breath- i n g w a s ill that nuiflid t h e i r blows as tho err red for e ^ i h other Now and t h e n i j r i m w nod pot home a blow with his c l u h ind the robber reached the f u m r w i t h the ice p i r k s e v e r a l times ·sHr GP^BS HIM At length 01 e of G i i m w o o d s swings ^ t i i r k tHe r o b b e r s llcid and he fell M i s G r l m w o c i l who had been awakened M r u s t i n ? of fee^ leaped uoon the m l V r suzmg h i m b j t h e t h i o a t «he rlukeil him w h i l e her husbind got up « t r i k a 1 ght and went a f t e - a rope to b i n d the man The robber died T S her hiisbind came hark she «i d WILSON TO DEAD STATEkMAJtf, SOtf AND GRANDSON. Three generations of Joseph Chamberlain's family. Joseph Chamberlain, his son, Austen, by his first wife, and little Joe, Austen's son. Corn is 92 per cent Normal, IS Points Ahead of Last Year. \ \ T s h i n c j t o n 7ulv 1--Prf= clpnt Wl 1 1 w i l l l e a ^ e ^ d ^ h m g t o n tomorrow o n i n s r at 7 orlnek. f r Philadelphia to b t h p p r t n ipil speaker at the Kou th r f ' 'K t p f l t a t i n i in Inde U n c * vt ian UP hn: not \ « t pre h i t I t w a ^ said it tocH\ t h n t hi 1 ! ad- -otPd I n r g e H to pa- red his epcerh t h f V\ hit** HOU^ dress w o u l d hp d t r i o t i « m Ho -will a r r h P 10 1H i m and nt noon HP ^ i l at Phlnd*lphia at n p for \ N i v h i n g t o n bp if n m r a n l c d n h i s s^crM i r , Mr T u m u l t s a n d r Dr Car% T Gravson his n a \ al aide and plis * i r n n CHICAGO'S FIRST FOURTH VICTIM HOT» Hnd Inearthed at Old Chlra£,o J u l 1 -- John ^ i l h a n afcfd t h i i t o e n \ f n r « hec » m p Ch ra^o ? fimt !· o u r t h of l u l v \ I c t i m tori i\ \\hen he expired as n result ot burn" caused by explod'ng f n e w o r k s Young S i H i \ a n and three bov com- pinlons ^ ho were also sm prelv injured une-irthed the explosives from a riibbt«h pile at the abandoned plant of a firc^v orks c o m p a n y which went rut of business with the success of the sane F o u r t h m o v e m e n t The boss loided t h e i r boot on a v. igon and then clim^eri on themselves ^ hat caused tho explosion has not been as- certaln^d EVERY GUARDSMAN TO BE VACCINATED Des Molnes la Jul 3--Everv man In the four regiments of the Iowa National G u a r d Is to be vaccinated for t v p h o l d f v e r before he repoits foi d u t v In Des Molnes Aup: 10 for the m a n e u v e r r a m p according to a statement bv Adjutant General Guy Logan, published here today. Springfield 111 July "--Crop report ifebiied b\ state board of a g r i c u l t u r e shows conditions in Illinois June 20 as Coin dec-ease 1 per cent In area planted for 1914 ciop n o r t h e r n Illinois r e p o r t i n g mcieas,e 2 per cent central Illinois decrease 1 per cent and south ern Illinois decrease 4 per cent CORN 92 June 20th--Condition of corn 92 p°r cent of normal w h i c h is lo points better than condition a icar ago \ e r little i n j u r y to coin M insect** IB re p o i t e l f i o m n o j them Illinois b u t c u t \vorm^ root lice arm% w orms and c h i n t h bug** a e reported from central and s o u t h e r n dlwsions of the ^tate QL \LITY EXCELLENT Q u ^ i U of -^eccl t o r n i s e\ce l e n t he Ing 9S per cent noimal Hamilton count-\ repoits earliest appoaranre corn above gro ind April f i f t h but mo=t of it appeared in the f!r*«t ten da^s of TMNT1-R T \ H f AT ^6 \ V J n t e r T\ heat -- June *.0 condit on winter wheat In northern I l l i n o i s ^fi per cent normal r c n t t a l Illinois 92 p n r cent southern Illinois no per cent state a v e i a g e 93 pei cent OATS 61 Oats--t'nseasonahle hot * eather of M i \ and J u n e toe;eth-i w i t h the de- ficienc of moisture hd\ e caused tht crop to d e t e r i o r a t e f i o m i ~ per cent of n n i m i ! on M i \ 1 to 1 p r cent on | June 20 In northern Illinois the con' d i i i i f i tc w i il pe I" noi i d i n rr n t dl II lnoi=; 1 per cent s o u t h e r n I l l i n o i s *?" per cent F\t. 93 1 \ e -- c o n d i t i o n of rve on J u n e °r W-TS 93 pe- cent of normal beinp: 17 per cent In northern Til nols 9o per cent !n c e n t r a l Illino!*: and ^6 per cent in southern dn i^Jon of the s t a t e MEADOUS Dccrr^sr; Aleadows--Decrease 7 per cent in Trea meadow = compared w ith 1113 Meadows greatU i n j u r e d b^ rli o u t h and their condition on Tune 20 was but fi4 per cent of normal a decrf-ape of T p*r cent since the Ma% 1 report FINE ALFALFA CROP Alfalfa--Condition alfalfa Tune 20 reported from 76 counties of ptate Northern Illinois reports condition as 100 pe" cent of normal central Illinois SS per rent and southern Illinois 74 per cent PVSTTjRES POOF HEPF Pastuie 1 *--\rea de\oted to pastures is 4 ] LI c e n t less tl in. 1113 I i not them. I l l i n o i s T u n ? 20 condition is 91 per cent of normal ih central Illinois 6" per cent and In. southern Illinois i5 per cent Stile average 71 per cent Pasture? have deteriorated 21 points since Ma-v 1. d r o u t h d u r i n g Ma\ and J u n e In central and southern dnisions of the state ha\ Ing cut short their growth APPLE CROP LIGHT Fruit---\pple crop reported light and peach crop about half average \ield Hot dr weather cut short 3 ield small fruit DAILY T. SLEEPING LONGER Ovster Bav, N T Julv 3--Colonel Roosevelt as a special concession to his medical advisers slept a bare haif hour longer than usual todav The one rule which the colonel said he would enforce infle\iblv for the ne-U six weeks was that of seeing few visitors and none at all with whom he had not made appointments previously. Great Tributes Paid American Citizen. to Tokio Juav 3 -- H e n r y TVlllard Demson legal adviser of the Japanese department of foreign affairs since 1S80 died todav m St Luke s American hospital Mr Denlson w a s strirken -with paralvsls a week ago 4 N N O L N C L M E \ T T\ ITHHELD The announcement of Mr 0«ml=on s death was w i t h h e l d for seveial hours in accordance with Japanese custom In order to permit the emperor to confer the Decoration of the Grand Cordon of the Order of Paulowina on the dead man A eulosistio etitement in regard to the services of Mr Denlson vvas later issued bv the Japanese foreign office In it he vvas hailed as one of the greatest benefactors of Japan It concluded T\ HOLE NATION hORROTS S The whole Japanese nation joins in the sentiment of t h a n k f u l n e s s and indebtedness for the distinguished ser- v let s of Mr Denison and in the expression of sonow it his d e p a r t u i e Henrv Willard Denison was born at G u i l d h a l l Vt Mav 11 1S4C and studied law at the Columbian f n o w the George Washington) u n i v e r s i t y His fir*-t connection with Japin was as American v i c e consul at l FRIDAY IN CONGRESS J u l v 3 -- T h e diy in congress SEN'VTE Investigation of alleged misuse of o f f i c i a l etationerv m a gold mine promotion scheme continued bv special committee Senate foreign relations committee a u t h o r i z e d to i n v e s t i g a t e all transact i o n s connected w i t h negotiation of proposed t r e a t v w i t h N i r a t a g u a H01=E Pi esident "U il=on u r g e d app-opria- tion of $ ' 0 0 0 0 0 for the r»11ef of ''a lem f i r e s u f f e r e r ^ The c o n f e r e n c e report on Indian app r o p r i a t i o n bill bearing m a n v amend- m e n t s w a s brought i n R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s Ijoft nf New Y o i k and Morgan McGiliie of Oklahoma ho d i n g contested seats "were declared le^allv elected I v an invest gating c o m m i t t e e Representative Le\v s resolution to end the session on Julv I? forced an adjournment u n t i l noon Monday Wife and Children of New Ruler Flee Capital. Vienna Julv 3 --Princess William of Weid wife of the_new ruler ot Albania todav. left Durazzo with her children in consequence of the cutica] situation there She has grone to Bucharest It Is generally believed that the departure of the princess foreshadows the abdication of Prince W i l l i a m U. S. SQUADRON ON WAY TO GIBRALTAR Naples, Julv 3--The American squadron consisting of the battleships ^flSBOuri Illinois and Idaho with the cadets from the naval academy at Annapolis on board left here today for Gibraltar. Harvard and Boston Crews Beat Foreigners. Henlev on Thames Julv 3 --The coveted grand challenge cup comes to the Lnited States Two AmeMcan eight oare-5 crews the Lnion Boat club of Boston, and the Harvard u n i v e ^ s i t ^ second crew w e e left to fight tomorrow for its rosession bv victories todav In the semi final heats over M l v e n c e and "Winnipeg re^De^tiv elv Both were most exciting iace« r o w ed in -ilmost record time and w o n onlv after a h^rd straggle near the f nishing line In each Instance RARELT L L V I E S ENGLAND The grand challenge cup has l e f t I ngland onl; on four occasions It was captured bv the R o v a l Nautical club of Ghent BUglum In liOb 1907 ind 1901 and bv the ' v r t n c v Rowing c ul Nt-vv South Wole= In 311 Edwin Polen, Wife Slayer, Pardoned by Governor. Springfield, July 3--Edwin B Polen of Clinton, sentenced nineteen years ago to the penitentiary for the murder of his wife, will be released on July 10 Polen was to have served a life term but Governor Dunne decided to commute his sentence because of his excellent conduct while in the penitentiary ATROCIOUS CRIME The crime of which he was convicted was one of particular atrocity Tt is said that he solit his wife s head open with an axe The case attracted a great deal of attention at the time Polen is now in poor health and has not much longer to live ACTRESS' SE1VTENCE COMMUTED, Springfield I I I , Julv 3 -- Governor Dunne acting on the recommendation of the state board of pardons, today commuted the sentence of Lillian B Conwa an actress who was with her husband H Newton Conwav, convicted of the murder of Miss Singer In Chicago and sentenced to life in the peni- tentlarv Her sentence will expire July 10 Vienna, July 3--Crowds of mourners today visited the chapel of the Hofburg, where the coffins containing the bodies of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and the Duchess of Hohenberg, lay In state A continuous procession marched past the catafalques Emperor Francis Joseph left the suburban, palace at Schoenbrunn early ;odaj for the Hofburg As he pass ed through the streets thousands of people cheered him B. Y. P. U. IS SHOP OF TRAINING nnptIM lliurchcn Depend on Them for Fufnre Church Lenders, K a n = i s C i t \ Mo Juh 3 --' The ' i o u n g People- L n i o n Is a «hop in w h i c h w e t r a i n i p p i e n t l c e Chiistians sild L, P Leavell of O x f o i d Mi" to div in an id Ires* on Baptist Younsr People ind Tnc r L nlon before the t w e n t v fn t c o n v e n t i o n of the Bip- tist l o i n s Peoples Union of America meeting j o l n t l v w i t h t h e Binti=t Y o u n g Peoples Lnion of the South It Is i pot! the youns Peoples Unions that we must depend for our future church leaders and the success or faili re of the church of the f u t u r e lies in a l a r g e measure w i t h them If thev fail in their mission the church loses as nvuch a= the v oung people t h e m s e l v e c SUFFS^BURN FINE MANSION Belfast Ireland Tnl% *? -- \ n ai«on squad of ^ u f f t a g e t i torta% h i i r n p l Bai- iMnenoch a fine mansion neai Holv- woori The house contained manv pricelf^s ar* treasure" all of uhich ^ e-e de^trcn ed Ball-vmem h w a s the residence of the l i t e ^ir Dame 1 Dixon major and lord m a j o r of Belfast for mam %ear^ and a member of parliament for some time The m i l i t a n t s l e f t the usual evidpnce of their presence hut they the«elves escaDed NATIONAL BANK CALL IS ISSUED Washington Julv 3 --The comptroller of the currencs todas Issued a call for a s t a t e m e n t of the condition of all national banks of the I'nited States at the close of business on Tues- dav June 30 STATE BAK CA1.L. Springfield J u l v 3--State Auditor Bradv today Issued a call for the condition of state banks at the opening of business on Julv. 1 LEADING STATESMEN SPEAK TOMORROW Washington lulv 3 --Indepe idence dav celebrations will claim manv of the heads of government tomorrow President "\\ilson soeaks in Phlla- delrhia Speaker Clark speaks at Chase CItv and Farmville \a Secretary Daniels will address the Unlver- sitv of Virginia at Charlottesville Secretary Brsan will speak In North Carolina, and Representative tjnder- wood In Brooklyn "Vice Pres dent Marshall intends to go picnicking with his family. FAST BOATS IN WATER AT PEORIA Peoua July 3--Motorboat men as- --embled hete for the seventh annual regatta of the Mississippi Power Boat association expect to see records go by the board this afternoon Five of the fastest boats in the country are en- te^ed In the time trials opening to- da\ s program Babv Speed Demon, entered bj E C Smith of Algonac Mich has done twent-«8»en milM In twentv-seven minutes and is expected to maintain a spe"d of fifty-five miles an hour If she meets expectations «he w i l l be matched again't Disturber IV for the championship of the United States On todai « program are the second heats of three classes In the first heat of the T\ ebb trophv race yester- dav the Babv Speed Demon traveled t w e n t v f i l e miles at an average of 37 3 miles an hour OVER ° 000 MEMBERS \ total membership in excess ot 5 I C O w a = disclosed at the opening of tl e a n n u a l bus'ness meeting of the Mississippi Power Boat association here this morning During the year four new clubs have been taken in the total number now being 37 CHANGES MADE ON ARMY POSTS Leavenworth Kan July 3--Colonel \\ P Burnham commandant of the arms service schols at Fort Leavenworth for the last tw o jears, will be relieved Sept 1 by Colonel H A Greene, now In command of the Central department U S A a t Chicago, according to an announcement made at Fort Leavenworth todav The announcement also was made that Colonel George A Dodd,had been cho=en to relieve Colonel H J Slocum as commandant of the Lnited States mllitarv prison Colonel Slocum vester- dav was ordered to loin his regiment on the border Colonel Dodd is now stationed at the armv recruit depot at Columbus Barracks o The change Is effective Sept 1 SLICK PROMOTER FOUND GUILTY Washington J u l v 1 --William H Cooper formerl} president of the New York Realty compan} charged with using the mails to defraud some 800 m-vestors out of J l S ' O O d was found guiltv todav bv a jurv in the federal court Many of his victims were officers and enlisted men in the United States army and marine corps Sentence was deferred DUNNE FILLS ONE VACANT BENCH Springfield Julv 3--Governor Dunne today appointed Frank M Burton of Carllnville to vacancy circuit bench Seventh circuit caused bv the death cf Robert B Shlrlev of Carlinville GREECE TO PAY 12 MILLIONS FOR SHIPS Washington July 3--Greece will turn over approximately $12 000 000 for the battleships Idaho and Mississippi tomorrow or Monday and the crafts ·will be delivered to Greek crews, the Mississippi at Newport Newa, Va, and the Idaho in the Mediterranean. Centralized Control of Public Utilities Has Become Menace. Chicago July 3--By means of interlocking directorates, control of public utilities in Chicago and the surrounding states has become centralized tn the hands of half a dozen men, according to a report made public today by Montague Ferry, city commissioner of public service GRAVE MENACE In his report Mr| Ferry indicated that the close relationship shown among public service corporations may constitute a grave menace to the public and urged a further Investigation by the state public service commission to determine whether the city suffers bv reason of the centralized control NAMES THEM Named In particular in the report are Samuel Insull, John J. Mitche'I James A Patten, Henry Blair nd Ira M Cobe, who Mr Terry said, exercise control over the Commonwealth Edison company, which supclies electric power and light the People's Gas, LJght and Coke company, the Chicago Elevated Railways, the Chicago surface lines and numerous utility companies in surrounding towns The report was ordered by the etty council and will be considered by the committee on gas, oil and electric light. TO JELP Slflt Wilson Sends Special Message to Congress. Washington, July 3--President Wlson sent a. special message to congress today urging Immediate apnropriatlon of (200,000 for the relief of those made homeless and destitute In the Salem fire He inclosed a telegram from Governor Walsh saying that 3,000 families were in need UP NEXT WEEK Tha message wtui referred, to. the house appropriations committee, which will not take It up before early n e \ t week at least NICARAGUAN TREATY TO BE PROBED Washington, July 3--investigation of any and all transactions affecting the proposed treaty between the United States and Nicaragua,' by the senate foreign relations committee was authorized In a resolution adopted today by the senate. TO FULL ON JULY FOURTH Weather Man Says Go Ahead With Your Plans. Washington July t --Fourth, ot July celebrants may plan their excursions or make arrangements for partlcipa- :lon In exercises or sports without fear of having their holiday marred bv rain The weather map today gar* Indl- :atlons of a clear day wlta lunchlne over practically the entire, east «nd south, from the Mississippi river to the Atlantic coast. It will be somewhat warmer Saturday In the New England states eastern New York and he lower lake region but elsewhere east of the Mississippi river, the temperature will be moderate THE WEATHER. Chicago, July J ---Following a T · the weather Indications until 7 p m Saturdas Fair tonight; Saturday (air la Math, unsettled IB Borfh portloaf warmer IB north portloB tonight. THE WEATHER MAP. Chicago, July 3--Canadian North west clear, 64 to 68 above Mlnnedosa. 01 Winnipeg trace orthwest partly cloudy, 62 to 72 above. Rapid City 54 Clear Pierre 60 Pierre BO t West "id Southwest, partlv cloudy, 64 to 74 above Valentine 22, Ohio V*l- le, parti} cloudy, 66 to 72 above Loral Observation Following Is the range of temper«- ure as recorded by Professor J H. Coonradt, United States weather observe*" 7 a m Friday . ..70 Xoon Friday . . . 'S Highest Thursday 9» Lowest Friday ··-· '1 Sun rises (Standard time) 4 It Sun sets ..^..··..-····..······^·····7*37 NEWSPAPER!

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