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10 PAGES THE DAILY TOUR tlmt IB 8JLVBD wb«a 700 ·mploy an ad en The Pat* Bsek Tht*« to work for you. Thlrty-Siith Year. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 7, 1914. PRICE TWO CENTS. No. 188. Rich Man Rapped for Employing $25,000 Lawyer and $1,500 Teacher for Hit Son. MI i ,,,| M U M . . l u l v " -- · r h i i r l " « W t l - j h ,,, l i n n * . | . ' . - - i i l i ' i i t "f t'"' t ' n l v i r , , , . , r , ' i t n . l m . MI « m n ..... f n\* r h l i ' l , , , , 1 , t « I . M | I I \ n t n i.i"-»lmi "( III" N i l - i ' f m «!"· M i i i ' i n v n i i:.v« n o I :i - r- *ir n ( ' " '""' I'll V f H ' l l M t . " Mr. !·,, ,...% »il.l r. i t i i n l n ll H.MKI rolli-isr I-, : * « ' r ". tf""1 f i H ' i i r t h to t r a i n tiU r , M M ITU v ili.ililiiK |'iilllli'». · !"" !· ,,,,,! | , | . t . . . · . . · » · ii M' IH'lillllK Hr III- t , T . *| . . f I ) . ; 1- l i I . T l t l I* 1 .'!' 1 !!! T, 'I* , ...... . i i , , , 111:111. |. ii tlifro l u n i k W · · · ' M ·i M I : I M i-ii M O I I I : M I - I N K Y II,. ' · « · ! · · i i ' l . - n tor IliiTi-nn-.! ""i I , , ,, f , , , i i i , , l | . v » n r « » l i ' i m hi- N ' M i m l I n . t . M - " f IK ·»· luinn I . .li:i' m i l m . - i k i ' i f ,.. m . i i . Timi ii.l.li'.i · I h« l i l K l n i l i ' M r,' !l lin: .'in.! Hi" I , . M i.f hum r In l i i t f ' ..ii 1 1 ( 1 1 1 . l l f H I I V I ' l l I . . I 1 ' , ; , . I ' m n i i i r t - i l i . ' ' " I " - " 'I' 1 "' ··'···' ^ " BY LETTER Will Be Banished to Mexican Border. \v.,i.l:inmnn. J u l y 7.--The reprimand i:.'h Tri-nUli-nt \Vllnnn ordered for l ^ u ' l l i ^ r i J i M i F n i l ltnh*;rt K. K v u n s w i l l k r I h F foi in of a l«uter from S O C I P i } l i i i t r l H o n . H f l m t n l . i h l n K that o f f i c e r i i n in.-M'vii'Ti t»i i r o v o m l u l m i b ] c r t n in I. I n - . S " i ' i - " l » ' V I I f i r t - l R O i r n I f t t o r w i l l clm-r. i I n I M c i i l i l r n r r u l K v n n s , who u-;is l l . . \ r i l nf tin* m m m n n d of t h « c a n l c r n | ' n r l m i . n l hy M n j o r Oeni-ral \ V n o l . iu,I..HMl to r i ' t u r n to c o m m a n d of t h e .TITII| l u l R f t i l F of t h o f l r n t a r m y d l v l n «m Ilin M d x l r a n bordi-r. 36 PLUM~BERS~ENTER NOT GUILTY PLEA Pi.» M f l l n o H , .Tilly 7.--Fli-m "f not i i u l l l \ - WIMI. t n r l n y p n t p r r i l I n f r t l i r.vl . m i l l I'l-fori, J i H l R o S m i t h McPti'r»-jii f o r iMii-h of the t h l r t y - s l x o f f l r l n l f l .incl m"ml,i'r» n f t h r N a t i o n a l A P S O L ' l - i t l o n ,,f M n « t . - r I'lunilxrii r c r r n t l y IT,'H:Mi"l on i''uirK(.« of r o n s p l r a r y In r r s t r u l p t ,.f I r n d f in v i o l a t i o n of thf Slu-rnmn a h l l - l r u w t I n w . Noii" r t h r i l ' - f ^ n i l a n t p npp«'ari"1 I n I O U T I ill p, T M I l t l , Ihl" p I l ' H R I'l'lni,' t l M l l l - T - i'il l,y ( · l i n n s , · ! . . I l l i l K c Mi'- riipr.«,in ft I h c ,-a!i.'S f u r t r i a l on 1 iiTiMnluM- S. '! I'.o f c M i M - i ! K i . n n l 1i"- 1111111-11111.01!- \vrr" r c i i n , , . , l , l u i i " 4 l a M . A l l o f I I I " i l i ' l i ' l i i l n n t s a l " 111 l l t i r - i y on hi.ml Th.-y r"«i,l.' I n I l l i n o i s , l o w . i . W l m oiiHlii. M l i - h l k - n n . M l t n i F f o I a . M i r f ^ i m v l n i i i l N r l i r . i v l u i . '·'.' ,';:,;: ENGINEER DIES UNDER TRAIN V I, ,1 n M I , lit. ' i i \ i - . i i n ·''·'" T! "' iilil.«..»IM... n ""'i 'I ...... "' i i i - ' i i " - ' 1 n i l i . , i i . n t l - i i : l \ . H . . I i i » ' I ' i ' B . ' i "i" n i i i n !,,.[ . , ' u l i n l . n l - I l i i - I ' l - n r i - r i!""- I t "·- i ')! M. -· t I.MiM.-* I'i'lt r 'Tit i l t l l ' l - M t . - l l i f i n . .1IMM-- I H ' l | i - T I!, 1 ' I'll · . V Y '""If -i f i f ..... ,1 ...... ....... . - . I . ' I T ' I ·· ' I - I I . ii, , , ,, . . , · - , . ...i; i '·" i..- ' "" (ll. » l l l ' T I ;,' 1 i . i . l .." - ' \ S'i i r \ i: I I t! " 1 v I . i" l - - v t ' l " I : I.. -I ..... I · . , ( - . ! · . . - i n ···· i M l . 1 , 1 1 . ' . v . - l j ·».,,, . ,11 I,,-,! li'.l I- ' . - !'· i l . ' - ' M l l ·]·.,,.,, .. ! M . - i ' - . - M i · I,. ··' " ·' ' "»·" I"" |,|,,| « · ...-.I nf !. , - i ' 1 . IMl !'· Ml. M . ,,,, ,.,.,.. T.,, . . . e n , ' / . , ' . i M . I . r "·· I l l ' ,,,,,.. i . , , , ..I. i , , , , I,.,..] ; n « - « :il|.l . . . m l . I I I . n " » , , ' . . . . ' - i t . . , nf : I ' i n U i T i-iP(L'r. r ni' « n ·.·' n n ( I M l r ' H - B l . - n m n v M i l l v v I ' i Ih* rti«tail«iw* «? ''"' m u l t l ri'!.'' ..... M- T.·!..!.. r J u l v 7. W h e n t l » - loco- i n i i i M , f t il T n l n i l n . A n n A r l i n r .T.nrk- ·"!i |-:iv f i , « i - r I r r i l n · n n i i n . ( | t h e m i l s ,,,..! i p H ' - ' l I n t n 11 i l ! l ' - h n o i i r W o n t · ! - . , - , . ' , , t ! i i * n i i r n l n K . l-'r.'ink l i n - i l n c r . f h . l r t v f l i i - y i - i i r - i n l ' l . .·IIKilK'iT o f IV!, , . 1 . 1 1 , M l . ' i . wim H . ' n U l c i l t i ' I n n t h . [ ; . - . · I ' . ' M t r . r i t f n m n , n ' s n r t f i v t c r * !.., tl! w ,L n r v i - r i ' l v - . i - n l i l o i l . F o r t y j , r l . ^ , ...:,., u were H h i i k f t i u p n n ' l brul! 1 - fl \ r , r r ' ,'f t h e m s r r l o m ' l v . TUESDAY IN CONGRESS r i . f i : |-.riM ^1 1, ill., f , , . | . I . . i | - , l l » l | l , . I F t i l l " H i - i ' l ' l , | C - . I - M . . T U n u l l ' m ' ' ""'' ·''''· .-''i''' 1 ^' ,i . 1 . . . . . , ' i i n ! I , . . . |... 1 ' i . l ' n i ; "il.- . f , . , . : . , T - I I - . .in J i m l "·' I' . . . . . 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M i r t ' . , in - o i ! n - t i . | ' l i . f . ^ , !· .4-11, i l i n e I''' I T i ' . ' i n i n t l n n ( . · i i , . , I , I ' M L - i n i l i - r I'. l ' i v n n I ' l i l t i - r t M , . . - « , , i i ! T , , i u ' l"iu-:- .1!" " ' i i i l I ' M i . tri- elli, M T l - : : i \ l , m K n l - l ll" h v l l.-illo,l t i l - T ' . i l t . - r r i v r r w i t h M r i V i n , . ':i.- .llul » ! l l . ' i i . ' i l l " hm r n l I h " i i ' i l h . - 1 - l t v I n f \\ M i I'urn.'tll" «·!]! ' ' i ; Mi f l ^··mi t l i " ' ' , I I h " n i n t t i r IV.TV w i ' l l rr'^lvi-il l i y in.. « T , cl m i i f f n n t F .IIIIHHN M » Y XVITIIIIPASV. Rl. ran!. M i n n . , Jlllt- 7 -- rii.l«.iriilc«c to 1h» N.-illonnl K d i i r j i l l o n Af ^ . i r l f i t l i m , Mio « n n i u i l riiif. i n t l o n . w h l i - l i l» in nro- jtrt'fw l n f l n \ ' . r o n t l n i i F i l t h r l r a ^ l l v i t l o s Jn ii r n m p n l ^ n for t h e i.n vi,ii, n f ,-. . . u r h np ( i n n nFver m:irkril 11 ;.:TV|OIIB n f " t - ln "f Ih" n u d r u ' l n t l i . n S'trprls* wn* r r r n t f d n t r o t i ' - r n t l o n J i r n . l M i m r t e r n wh»n f r l i ' i i d s n' Pr. ' f l u i ' i i l Stiirr Jorilnn n i i i i n i i n r i - i l ih.it Itv-tr mi illilntit wolil.l i n s i s t tli-: Ills jinini. he w H h d r n w n from UIF rji"f If n f l K h f «,T(. tTiRflf? Jn r o i n n i i l l , . o h... s l i p |ort"r« nf nr. n. H. ,7iiliii«on. I m- JII1I. s. r., t h e chief o n p o n r n t of Dr. Oordnn. « h l n * l " n . J u l y 7 . -- Srnftl* -- In * , i t i m i nf i-h/i rt*'-?i «f nils"?*^ r»f of - i M l n r i ' M - y f o r gi'lrt m i n e prnmo- « ·'» M r'*!*Mntf»(1 ly i spfjrlal comm i f T'rnHrlmt W I l n o n ' H nmr.inn- ffiU-nil res^rvo hoard. i h " [."nun r o n i m l t t c o report on thn I n . l l ' t n i l l , p r n l ' r ! : l l l " l l h i l l . SPECIAL GRAND JURY FOR BANKERS 111 f n v r ^ l l c n t c f*«1lnpnp of l - n ^ n l l r S f r r r t 1n*l l f i l f l « n . - | : i i ; , crn. J n ' v 7.-- A n p p r l . i l a r r n n d -\ T O ! n \ i··-! i K M t f th* 1 - n l ! n J 5 p o f tlie : i l l . - S f r i M - t T r : i P t n m l S : I V ! T I K R h n n k u :m ' i v ' l i - r * 1 ' ] l v . T n d C f ! t r . M ; i n . r h l r f t n " | ( . f of I I I , - c r i m i n a l c n ' i r t nf (7onk WOULD CREATE THREE NEW BOARDS r,i-«'n«.n. Mini i:mr!-ii'-. r ommtMHlon MPPI» nl SprlnKrtelfl. Spi I n u r f ! ' - I ' i . .Tilly 7.---Thi* r-rr-fltion O l t h n - o t M - w . v t n t f 1 h o a r d s t n t a k e th.-* j , j | rv nf ;i do/.pti T m o r e lonrds or r"ni :;·.i«"h'n" **xlst i i i K .'it Oi-1 preson t l m r , is p r n p f i H r - d h y t h " I l l i n o i s Kronn m y ,-itirl Kl'fh'lcn'-y r " m n ; i ^ i n n . which mt-t IiiTt- y f ( t t « T d n y for t h r purpose o: R c t M i i i r l r * report I n phui*'* f"r prcsen- t n t i ' - n i" lh» i n f - v t l«*!O i I f i r i r e . T\\f t ^ i r o f . jiropnjir.i . - n t n n i l t t p c s arc: Slnti* HnnrrI of K f l ' i m i J u n . r o m m i f s l n n on N n t u r n l 11r?«n»rces. lionrd of f o n t r o l , V « - n n ! I n s f I t i i t l o n s . WOODS RULES ON FILING PETITIONS P p r l n c f l*»Hl. .inly 7 -- T h o f o l l o w i n g r l t r o r t l o t i F r c K n n l i n i c t h r f l l l n p o f p e U t t o n n f o r p t a t o n f f i n - s a r c K l v r n o u t hy S n r r p t n r y of R t n t o HJUT.V Woods: "July 11 I* I h c f i r s t d a y for f i l i n g p e t i t i o n * in t h e n f f i c f nf p o r r r t n r y of s t n f p nnd . I n l y 31 I* t h p l;tst d a y . "Tho orrtr-o of t h o (·orrr-tjiry of state will be o p r n f r o m S:SO n. m. u n t i l 5 p. m. f v t i t l o n s w i l l not bo ;»rcoptec nn S u n d a y * -- . T u l y 12. 1!* n n d 2fi. "pf.'tltluns mny be f l l n d In person or t h r n i t t r h t h e m n l l . N o t m n c p t h a n o n e p c t i t i i i n w i l l be nccppted f r o m any one pfi'son. " p p t i t l n n F rncftlvpd hy m n i l before .Inly 11 w i l l bn returned to tho candi- diito for w h o m satd petition is to be f i t r d . f S i f r n e d ) "HARRY WOODS, "Secretary of State." FLYER'LOOTING LOOP KILLED Snliimur, France, July 7.--Gcorgei Lpua«n«"t. 'he French aviator. waL kIll»Ml whllf B t t c m p t l n g a double loop In the air yrstorday. The machln- r l « n f f e d Into the river Loire after th_ propeller broke as the avlntor was f l n l s h l n K a Elide on the wing. It took nearly hnlf an hour to extricate the body from the wreckage. IjesrnKneux In 1910 made a flight from Paris to Brussels, and several HnK-K hiul established world's altitude records. Hln best record for height was 30,295 feet Mutineers Threaten to Attack Outposts of Funston's Army. Washington, July 7.--Brigadier General Funston In a dispatch to the war department today confirmed reports of a mutiny among General Huerta's forces before the American outposes at Vera Cruz, General Funston reported the Mexican commander had .nformed him of the uprising and of :he threat of the mutineers to attack the American lines. If an attack should be made in vl'ew of the Mexican commander's action in notifying General Funston it would not be regarded as an attack "under orders." General Funston also informed the war department that Marine Private HelnriiCih Thobe, who -recently mysteriously disappeared was within the Mexican lines and unharmed, but gave no details. House Wrecked by Bomb. The accidental explosion of the bo mb which killed Caron, a leading an- nrchlst. last Suliirday, and wrecked a large apartment house. Is thought to Imva t h w a r t e d a serious demonstration at Tarrytown Monday when the I. W. W. l e n d e r s were rallod up for trial for harassing John D. Rockefeller. Asks President to Withdraw His Nomination for Reserve Board. W a s h i n g t o n , July 7.--Paul M. War- burp, of Xew York, t o d a y f o r m a l l y requested President Wilson to withdraw h i d nomination to be a member of the federal reserve board. The president win do so. today. Mr. Warburg, a member cf the bank- ins house of K u h n , Loeb company, W U K nominated for a four year term. W h e n the senate committee on banking began examining personally the f i v e candidates nominated by the pri?- ;ilnnt. Mr. Warburg indicated he d'd not wish to he questioned. Today he personally telephoned the president a request to w i t h d r a w his nomination. There was no indication who the p r e s i d e n t m i K h t chose to fill tho place. The chance, however, will not f u r t h e r ilftlay n e t u a l ortrrmlzntion of the new c u r r e n c y system. The senate already bns confirmed W. P. G. Harding; A. r. M i l l e r nnd Charles S. H a m l t n as m e m b e r s nf I he board ana they with Secretary M c A i l o o anil Comptroller W i l l i a m s , who serve as members rx- offlcio c o n s t i t u t e a quorum, which now may proceed w i t h the work. Officials May Stop Caron's Funeral Service. KOTIIIMS TO S A Y . New York. J u l y 7.--Pan] M. Warb u r p said t o d a y t h a t h e d i l l n o t r a r e t o r l i s r n s R a t . t h i s t i m e , h i s w i t h r l r o . v n l f r o m t h e f e d e r a l reserve board. FREIGHT RATES HELD UNREASONABLE Washington. J u l y 7.--In the so-called Birmingham pig iron rasp, the interstate commerce commission today held that the existing rates on pig Iron from the Birmingham district to T,ouisvilli?. St. txmis, Chicago and Boston by rail and water, were unreasonable. No change was ordered on proportional rates to Ohio river crossings, but it was ordered that they he revised so as not to throw all the reductions on the southern lines. Existing rail and water rates to interior New England -were pronounced unreasonable and reasonable rates to Portland. Me., Springfield and Lowell, Mass., were prescribed with reductions to Interior New England points. New York. July 7.--The first steps to wards a. rigid investigation of the eause of an explosion which wrecked the upper floor of a Lexington avenue tenement on Saturday last are expected to become known today when Coroner Hellenstein issues subpoenaes for the leaders of anarchistic leagues and free speech organisation!?, w^io wer^ Indent!fled In the movement to draw attention to John D. Rockefeller, Jr.. for his alleged policy in connection with the Cql- orado mine strike. SEARCH FOR MURPHY. The search for -Michael Murphy, the survivor of the explosion, who it Is believed could probably tell the police more accurately than any one else what led up to the explosion continued today. BERKMAN'S PLANS. Whether the plans of Alexander Berk man to hold an outdoor funeral service on Saturday afternoon In Union Square for Arthur Caron, Charles Hansen anc Charles Berg, the three men killed in the explosion, will be carried out remained to be decided today. It was said t h a t r l l y o f f i c i a l s would seek to proven a demonstration such as a parade which they believed "Berkman'? f u n e r a l woulc Inarl to. MAY STOP IT. Dr. S. S. Coldwater, commissioner of r.eatth. is in a position to stop the demo n s t r a t i o n . According to law the bodies must be bulled within ninety-six hours after death unless an extension of time is granted. NEW MINISTER FROM VENEZUELA TO U. S. Washington, .Inly 7.--Santos A. Dominici has .been appointed njlnlster from Venezuela to the U. S. succeeding the later Minister Rojas. Senor Dominiel now Is minister to Great Britain, Germany and Belgium and formerly was president of the Venezuelan National university tinder former President Castro. MORRIS NAMED ENVOY TO SWEDEN Washington, 'June 7.--Ira N. Morris, of Chicago, was nominated today by President "Wilson for minister lo Swed- NEW YORK ARTIST DIED LAST NIGHT Magnolia. Mass., July 7.--Prank Knox Morton Rehn, an artist of New York, died suddenly just outside his summer home last night. Mrr Itehn was born In Philadelphia, sixty-six years ago had been awarded medtils and-prl7.es for his marines, landscapes and portraits in many exhibition*. UPTON SINCLAIR'S SENTENCE UPHELD New York, .Tuly 7.--The sentence imposed upon Upton Sinclair last April on a charg-e.of dlsonlrrly.conduct.for attempting puhllcly to relnike -John D Rockefeller for his attitude in the Colorado strike situation was today, confirmed in the court of general sessions AXEMURDiRER STILL AT LARGE Police ^iKiiith o Believe Xrftteriona Criminal Responsible.' Chicago, July 7.--Hampered by an apparent absence of motive,, the. police .today continued the search for the murderer, who, with an axe. killed Jacob Mlslich, his wife, their .da.ughte.r, Mrs Martha Mansfield and her seven months old infant . Sunday ·· night. The police ·were loath to believe t h a t the slayer was the mysterious axe murderer credited with the fleaths of twenty-five persons killed' by a*e 'blows- In .the · past three years, in the middle west. · Principal object of-the search w r as a half witted man, a former boarder -with the Mislleh family, who had difficulty with Mlslich. William Mansfield, i«on- In-law of Mlslich, who has not_.been seen byrthe'raiiilly"*or»* : yea*.'also was sought. No .evidence-implicated^ either Michael'* Cheriwtnkl, anotn'er former boarder, was questioned and released yesterday. WILLIAMS RESIGNS DIPLOMATIC POST Washington; July 7.--Secretary ol State Bryan late yesterday announced that the resignation of George Fret Williams, -as minister to Greece and Montenegro, hnrt been rcrelved at the state department nnd hnd been transmitted to President . W U s o n . . . . . . . the party hai issued the call for the meeting. It will be convened at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and will occupy two days. VILLA TO GO L Will Seal Bond of Friendship, Says Report. Saltillo, Hex., J u n e 6.--Via. Laredo, Texas, July 7.--General Villa will come to Saltillo and by a personal visit seal a bond of friendship and allegiance to General Carranza, according to a-report received today by high officials at Carranza headquarters. It was reported t h a t regular traffic between Saltillo and Torreon would be resumed within the next few days. U. S. Saves Briton Condemned to Death. Washington, July ".--Official information of the release of Sinclair Douglas, the Englishman charged wltn assisting the federals and condemned to death at Zacateas, by the constitutionalists has reached the state department. The United States made representations in his behalf. RANSOM OF ONE MILLION PESOS Demanded of \VonUhy Mexican hy Znpnta'n Men. New Bedford, Mass, July 7.--The aid of the s t a t e d e p a r t m e n t in obtaining: the release of J u a n Velasco. a, wealthy Mexican cotton m a n u f a c t u r e r , who is reported to be held for ransom by a band of Zapatistas, was invoked today by John E. F u r n a n s of this city, United States r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of the Velasco factories. Furnans in a message to eScretary Bryan s a t d t h a t Velasco was threatened with t o r t u r e unless a ransom of one m i l l i o n pesos was paid. Bring Suit in Federal Court Against Supt Potto. Springfield, July 7.--To Joreatall a threatened move on the part of Superintendent of Insurance Rufus M. Potts to revoke the licenses of all underwriters' agencies in Illinois July 18, injunction proceedings to restrain such action were yesterday Instituted In the federal court here by the Hartford Fire Insurance company and forty-six other concerns. Judsre J. Otte Humphrey will hear the motion for the temporary injunction this morning. Judge Potts on June 16 issued a warning 1 to underwriters that unless they ceased doing business in this state by July 10, he would take legal steps to have them ejected, declaring their operations to be Illegal under the law of 1869, and detrimental to the welfare of the commonwealth. The bill for Injunction is an answer to the charges of Superintendent Potts, which declares the agencies Issue the same sort of policy that the home companies do and that they are reliable and have complied with the laws of Illinois with respect to insurance operation in every respect. Britons to Dot Coast With Series of Gun Towers. London, July 7.--As a defense against attacks by aircraft, the British government today decided to dot the coast, of the British Isles with a series - of towers each armed -with two quick firing guns of special design. A complete circle of towers is to be erected around naval stations such as Portsmouth and Rosyth and other especially vulnerable points. TRADE COMMISSION BILL LAID ASIDE Consideration of River nnd Harbor Measure Develops Opposition. ·Washington, July 7.--The admlnls- ·tration. trade-commission bill, heading the anti-trust program, was laid aside temporarily in the senate yesterday for debate on the river and harbor appropriation bill. No senators were ready to discuss the trade commission measure but today Senator Reed will speak, attacking the -constitutionality of the prohibition against unfair competition. PROHIS WILL NAME COMPLETE TICKET Tfcrty to Hold State Convention at Capital City. -Springfield, July 7.--That the Illinois Prohibition party will have a full quota of candidates on which' to 'pass when It meets In state convention here tomorrow afternoon Is indicated by announcements already made.. State Chairman Robert.H. Fattpn.of Wets Lose on All Points in Election Contests. Taylorvllle, July 7.--Judge Weaver of Sangamon county court acting for Judge Prater of the Christian county court, this morning filed opinion in the recent Assumption and Taylorville contest of the saloon election held In these townships. He overruled all objections and held the election to be O. K. The main contest was in Pana, where a dispute was raised on account of the town clerk falling to print the ballots and to give notice of the election. The "wets" in Pana eipeet*a- to win, but not much of a contest was held In Taylorville and Assumption. CERRO GORDO TO BAR LIQUOR Cerro Gordo, July 7.--The village board met Monday night, and on petition of the citizens of Cerro Gordo for the board to pass an ordinance prohibiting the importation of Intoxl- catng liquors, unanimously agreed to prepare and pass such an ordinance to become effective on passage, MR. SULLIVAN STOPS. Roger Sullivan visited Cerro Gordo Monday. He met with warm weather and a rather cool reception, as there were few who gathered about his auto mobile. He made a smal] speech. ARTHUR WELCOMES ROGER SULLIVAN A r t h u r , July ".--Roger C. Sullivan of Chicago, Democratic candidate for United States senator, arrived In Ar thur Monday afternoon at 5:30 and the party, consisting of five automobile loads, spent an hour here distributing literature and securing names of vot ers. Mr. Sullivan made a -twenty minutes speech and made a good impression on the good sized crowd that gathered about his automobile. Indian, 34 Years Behind Prison Bars, to be Sent Back to His Tribe. DRY GOODS STOCKS RISE FOUR POINTS New York, July 7.--The movement in the specialities continued on the stock exchange today with further gains in the Issues already mentioned, as well as In dry goods preferred which rose almost four points. Rook Island preferred and the collateral joined the common shares in establishing: new records. Sudden ao- tivity In Missouri Pacific four per cent bonds and the stock, which declined 5 and 1M points respectively, was re- ferrable to the proposed financial readjustment of that property. Bonds v;ere quiet except for some strength in Kansas and Texas firsts and International Pump fives. STORMY WEATHER POSTPONES RACES Newport, R. r., July 7.--Stormy weather caused a postponement today of the first of the Newport races of the Americas Cup yachts Resolute, Vanltle and Defiance. The race will be sailed tomorrow. \ ENGLAND WINS TWO TENNIS MATCHES Folkestone, Eng., July 7.---English tonnlj players won two single* matches tn the first round between England and Belgium In the Qavls cup tournament. T. M. Mavrogordato defeated P. DeBorman, 6-1, 6-3, 8-6. J. C. Parke defeated A. a. Watson, 6-2, t-t, (-3. Washington, July 7.--After thirty- four years behind the bars under llf« sentence for murder, Spohee, a Blackfoot Indian, waa unconditionally pardoned today by President Wilson. H« will he released at once from the federal hospital for the Insane her* to return to his daughter at Brownlnff, Mont., whom he has not Been since the was a baby. SONG IDENTIFIES HIM. A party of Blackfeet, sightieelng In Washington montln ago, happened upon Spohee, grown gray with his lonff imprisonment. They established bU tribal identity by an Indian sonff and one of the Interpreters recognized In Spohee the hero of an old legend who has disappeared a score of yean *So into come white man's Jail. HERO OF LUIiABY SONO. Blackfoot mothers have been llncine their children to sleep with a long about him ever since. Spohee waa charged with the murder of a white man near the Canadian boundary, north of the Montana lint. It is thought by the department of justice that the murder was probably committed in Canada and that the territorial courta of Montana which tried him at Fort Benton. KILLED IN SELF DEFENSE. It ll now believed Spohee committed the murder in aetf defense. He and another Indian, Good Rider, asked a white man for food. Their request was denied and the white man denounced Spohee, finally assaulting him with an axe. The Indian claims to have fired In self defense and his story Is credited by the department of justice. REFUSED TO TALK. After Spohee's conviction at Fort Benton and sentence to death he was removed to the federal prison at Fort -·Eeavenworth. While awaVtlnlr" execu"" tlon the Indian maintained absolute silence. He has since told Interpreters he felt sure he would be hanged and decided not to talk or make any effort to be released. His conduct was so unusual that he was believed to be Insane and after two years was removed to the federal hospital here where he has been held a prisoner for thirty-two years. IS INTELLIGENT. Spohee is regarded as an intelligent Indian by physicians who have examined him since the movement to obtain his release was begun. Interpreters find that he still gives practically the same account of the tragedy that he related t h i r t y - f o u r years ago at Fort Benton. WILL BE SENT BACK, Commissioner Sells of the Indian office took thp caae up personally and arranged today to send Spohee back to his people. CITIZENS WILL CONTINUE SUIT No( Pacified by C. B. * Q. Attempt «o Appralee Tbem. Clarinda, la., July 7.--Restoration of the former passenger service on the Keokuk and Western line July IS, an announced by the management of the Chicago, Burlington 4 Quincy railroad, will not serve to stop the «u!t for the separation of the companies, according- to a statement of counsel for the Citizen's committee here today. It I? charged that Southern Iowa suffers in many ways from the alleged destruction of competition by the purchase of the Keokuk Western by the larger company. THE WEATHER. Chicago. July 7. --Following a r e the weather Indications until 7 p.m. Wednesday: Generally fair, except possible local «hower» or afternoon or to* nlRht In loath portion; *omewhMt cooler tOKlKMt. THE WEATHER MAP. Chicago, July 7.--Canadian Northwest, partly cloudy, 50 to 84. Edmonton. .04; Calgary, .16; Swift Currant. .01; Begins. .10. Northwest, partly cloudy. 54 to 64; WlHIs- ton. partly cloudy; Bismarck, clear; Moorhead, clear; Duluth, .10. cloudy; Ct. Paul, clear; Rapid City, clear; Huron, partly West and Southwest, partly cloudy; 60 to 64. Valentino." clear; North Platte, clear; Omaha, .66; Dodge City, :02, partly cloudy; Oklahoma City, partly cloudy; Kansas City, .80; Sprfngfteld. Mo., .70. cloudy: Des Molnei .04, clear; Keokuk. .02. cloudy; Peorla, cloud; Springfield, III., cloudy. Ohio Valley, generally clear. 66 to 7« al»T«. Cairo, cloudy. IXK AL OBSERVATION. Following is the range of temperature Ml recorded by Professor J. H. Coonradt, United. Ptatps w^ath^r observer: T a. m Tuesday TO Noon Tuesday 88 Highest Monday 100 Lowest Tuesday *.·· w Sun rises {Standard time) 4:34 Sun leta {Standard time) ·*.*.*·**·*.·.T3I- iNEWSPAPERl iWSPAPERI

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