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IEW Phone Your Want Ad to Bell 551. Auto 1158. Thirty-Sixth Year. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1914. PRICE TWO CENTS. No. 198. iTakes His Own Sweet Time About Getting Out of Mexico--Wife Worried. r u r t o VoVco Mex , Julj 1" -- Gen- erii II le ta stopped on his leisure!} jo from Mexico City to this po t end ids c ea the night at Tie'ra Blanca In t h e state of % era Cruz, the center ot a distrU-t overrun by small bands of r e w l J t on c s. T\ho ha\ e uttered the boa=t that th»j TV ill never let the de pa tins loimer dictator reach the coast L n d e r the btst conditions Huerta could not a \ e here before noon and it was t h o u g h t llke'y by his w a i t i n g fam h nat he w ou d be in Puerto 3Me* co be'ore late in the afte-roon ·RIVES -SNOPPIED I' was 6 o clock this m o r r i n g w h e n Haer a. departed from Tlerra Bl mca luc tram being preceded End f o l l o w e d "bl trooo t i M n s N o orders w e e Mven to the e^ginee's to i U irt to m i k e un tne Ion t i n e Go ienl Hue t a b fa lire to hasten hii e\it f ro n he c o j n t n U T S he cai e of =ome wo % to M^ w i f e ^ v M l e fcpnora F l a r n j r t w V l o = e h i=ba id forme 1 " rnm t°^ cf w IT- i-, w i h ris old chief w a s f r i o h u n e l rto a st te ol luste-ics bj th- 1 delaA 4LL SKI t \ E Re o s on v a r i o u s po nts along tne n O a v e no re sin to bel i\e th-it an u^i e i ant me! ei t had oc urred MOMXG C V L i n L s L i The f"urs w e r e sa J latti to be mov ing ca iou=iv a» i w-ts asa n d b\ G ier.il H ^ L ta ird that K vt.n t-" i r at tionl t s \-iev o' f e Jorrrer p^e^i"! " f T t lie e a here t ^ a t f"» ALL WILL LOVE HUERTA LATER ON Havana Cuba July 17--The former Mexican minister of finance, Moheno Quendo left here yesteraay for New Yo^k v i a Key "U est He said that Huerta s resignation was HO surprise to him W i t h i n n m e t v d a j a he added the people who are now shouting approval wi 1 c r j death to the reflation Tn si\ m o n t h s H cr a T* M l be the mobt rcrmlir man In Mexico becaxise the Latin race alwa-vs pities the lallen and 01 poses the powerful H4TES AMERTC\TSfa The American customs Inspectors re fii* d to a low Senora Moheno to go aboard the steamer M i a m i w i t h her hit trimmed w th ai grottes because s c ph mage Is foi bidden e n t r j I n t o the I n to i ^ n t «i She sent them bick TV th a friend to Mexico and Senor Moheno learning of the prohib tion e\ clu ned I hi* could onlj be expected f om an V m e r l c a n Two Chicago Vice Raic Squads Clash Accidentally in Bloody Battle. those w th hi binds o * e \ o l u {'ecf tire of the Train Crashes Into Freight. Norfolk ^ a JuU 1"-- «»\ v ere kill ed and nineteen w ere I n i u r e d toda 1 earl; v t h e n in e \ c u i « i o n t z a n crashed i n t o a \ i r g i n a ralUva 1 - f e ght tra'n at a grade c o c « ng rn-ar this cm Four men and t w o \ omen all of \or folk w e i e k 1 t,d BaU mo e a-nion c i i t i c a l cortd ti n s ^ j the eroding °-at Dei n t ^ e ** L ons of r t 1 is in a t h e f r t i g h t t d o w n -*-- like % to GiteTOO" f-a'^ b 'O'-e D O to °' Brookes Chides Us for Play- w e'e no o k in t' t\ as* 1 ngtor Jul 1"--T" e "Lnit c it*., c o n t i n J d todav to e\~ t its a ien"e « 1th G^re^l Ca ra" a to b r ^$ o- r an r m cuate r ssat on of res it s and an preeT-ent, w i i the il go ernment to* the neicfeful transf*** o f powe^- at Me v co Ci* to th e ^o ri * : *' tution 1! sts Jc^n P SiTn ar ne'-scnai TC T- eSe r» t ^ t i ^ o£ "President V» Ison v. r h CT ffaiza r e c e i v e d fur ^r instil t ops u r g ng h i m to n p^e=s upon t h c con st't t onal «t chie f the art i°it- 1 t\ o f l- \ ng gaara^te f o*- t v e n^o* t 0 1 o h e^ snd t)*-op r t of those w 10 ^ e b ^n Jeco'-ted b-v th Huerta go cr a Dav ing Bareheaded. "fo r k J j l 1 --Tl-e Australian teaTM of chal ergers for the CUD re ched New T o i k i-odav i *he Aqi ita · a No*- mn E e" capta n n' t 1 e team and h s Chicago July 17--^ith one detective dead and three wounded as a result of a revolver f i g h t In Chicago s vice district officially reported closed police officials labored todaj to untangle the _onf ised reports of the a f f r a j The dead detective Stanley J Birns w a s rular member of the pla n clothes force John C Sloop was shot through the tMgh Jobeph Merrill and 1 red A V r r n t t detectives of the morals siuad n e ^ e Bounded less seriousl James C Cai oil a bv stander also w,as w o u n d ed He said he was a railway fire man TOLGHS CALSED IT In the investigation bs Ch ef of Po lice Gleason tw o facts appeared to stand out First that the killing and w o u n d i n g of the policemen was precipitated by a gang of levee characters second t h a t m a n v of the shots f i r e d came from w t a p o n s in the hands of the gang c t e i s It was thought that several of the mob of \ Ice district loafers were i n j u r e d and hidden bx friend* TO RECOGNIZE THEM The af^ay nas due to f a i l u r e of the morals squad men Merrill and A m a r t to recognize Birns and S oop Merrill and Amart who had been ro ir-emen but a short time had raided a disord erlj resort and had «*ent a w a g o n load of prisoners to the station A ging of lev ee habitues hooted Merrill and A m a r t Birns and Slo p ran UD and the shooting began Merrill declared that the first shot w a s f i r e d b; a man In the crowd who hid behind a wtwian SIX PRINCIPALS ON JLRT Six h gh school p r i n c i p a l s w i l l be chosen to sit on the coroner s j u r % which wUl in\ estigate he death of Birns Coroner Peter ^Hoffrrar said to d a j I intend to make a t b o i o u g h 'n\es tlgat on into the A f f a i r and I am se lectfng- high school pi nclpais in o der to h a v e intelligent m»n on the jur ·^aid Hofman Era of Bloodshed Nearing An End? \\ q = v i n " t 0 T i J u l v I 7 --Franci e eo C aja s o f facial statement to th* "U n - h i r g t o n gov ernment that he n i M e l o ret re IP f a v o r of Carranzp " J C r ^ n z a s answer that he was t I g ro n e g o t i a t e w i t h the fede^a's ·*o a. r a i'"c f Jl t i a n s f e r o f power in V xico Ci we^-c regaided b W ash I n t j t i o f t c als as practical assurances t h a t the ^a nf t t o o d « h e d In Mexico Is near an e^d fcEEK^ G E N E R 4 . L V\1\ESTY Carba H i e ta s successor s^-eks a proclamat - o f -,tn=ral amnesty for the fo r cc v n h f o u g h t against the northe i irn o The Mexican j u n t a in V ash -.ton h v e v e r c o n t e n d s that f it i c u p n s i -, mav b° e 1 mm ated bv comn^ 1 ne; th ptraons Tvho turned aga n c t Mil- 3 to face coJrt tr a " C F L X The c-ux o f the £ to be th extent o* Carrap^a m ^ it be w fal'en f oe L « \TT Tl D! The A.mer L i n toward recogrut n ' t r j t i u n in Mexico r n-, PI i h t v o f an a g i e n i fed ra s and C o n t i t u t on i" C L r inza f" Is to I P D e n t w i t h t h e fcdei il li-M ng his v v a j i n t o Me c An en in g o v e r n m e n t %\ re GO p i t on until aCtor e pcti ·\ "e -\nthon\ TOP ard M--S omnosed the r ' *"ies o f r i ~ r r c r g r o o T e t b s a£te r ^ to "· e 1 " tt e JuU 95 ^ i d T. nl *"* f ht, a h i n g e in hi \\ Idmi; w ou'd ?i s and dou 1 ° o t e x c t to i- " W i t l i r g A. Ti Dun Ion and q ^ Dou«t *t3 A li mo^e broad f r e ^ u ^ t ^ a l an colo** 13 -d w h t p a n d h p n k = a i l th° t c . i i w o i l d l=av" icon f o r C h ciirn w ^ e r e the e 1 " tt e r-rridar.* n p ] a on ^ i d o \ ap ^o^e r^ison for p an* he *=nd he ind c o m r ^ t e in the «sin He i Id d t h a t he did 1 t o t h »- j b\ th OL=; 'It appears to me that the two batches of d e t e c t i v e s did not recognize each other and t h a t the confusion led to tha =hootine- Apparntlj. it i* dan gerous for t w o d Cerent squads to make raids in th' same district and the jurv p«*obablv w i l l make certain recom m e n d a t ^ o n s calculated to guard aga nst «uch clishes 'n t^e f u t u r e He sa 1 ill of the m e n w e r e p a v i n g i top f rm and he w a s ^ u r o ^ l s e j w h e n P D "\ r ir prc 1 ; dent of the Nitior -tl Law n T nnis asso latio^ told b ' m o th* 1 ht-ac r ostrations u n? the to mine, it at --e i b r i g h t v e s t e i d a i Its T 1 b* 1 au«f v o j r men p v w i t h Gets on HIS Nerves to Stay i« His Room. ut as n a t i o n appeared ' e b t a U K h ng IP- q arter t h a t 1^1; to gi-ant nis r r n i s t t i t a i l t h e i os tho !I an i Revolutionary Outbreak is Cause of Panic in Capital. Caoe Ilait en H a i t i Ju 1 --ocncral l o o n Deq e w i t h a uo e r n m e n t forcc toda.v r e c a p t u r e d fro n the rebels the t o w n s of Peie D i M tl i n l M ot and comm n c it o column c o m m a n d c i r \ t wh ch had e n ^ a ^ t 1 an tli on the plains of I m r m U Another fo-'Cc of £,0 o n nt troops took I o r t D e i o n v i l l o n l U r n began its m a r c h on O J i m m i n t l p the p r m c l l a stronghold of t ^ e rp c l « "^ a«h!ngion J i l j 1" --D «obeirg t i e orders of his ph; « clan ^ r e s i d e n t \\ i son we^t to the p x e c u t n e off cea to a t t e n d to °;orne bi =iness T\hich accu m u l n ted \ e s t e r d a v w h i l e he was ill with an attack o* 1 i n d i g e n t 01 He ex plained to T\ h i t e House o f ' i lals tnat it srot on h i s ner\ es to s i in his room w h i l e there was n o Sv to be done He did not plan to r e c e i v e anv vis tor= but signed a n u m b e r of pa pers Minority Stockholders Sue for Restitution from Directors. Bos on J u l j I T -- The appointment of a receiver special of othei of ficlal to prosecute claims aggregating |306 000 000 against de c n m n t d i r e c t o r s and e*=tT **« of d l r c i - t i t s of tne I\ew l o r k N e w Haxen H i r t f o r d railroad is astced in a suit filed in he s u p r e m e c c u r t t o d a j The action is b r o u g h t Whipple ^ears and Oc;1en representing m i n o r i t y s t o c k h o l l o i s of the com "UOULD FORCE P] The suit in w h i c h tho a t t o r n e j s re centb demanded that tl e directors Join is designed to force re t f t u t l o n from those- responsible o* f ir T s alleged to h a v e been Illegally c \ n n-^ed in build ing up the "New Ha\ en = v s t e m Judge Brad issued n order of notice r e t u r n a b l e next Frlda^ to show cause why a receiver should not bp a p p o i n t e d and whv an I n j u n c t i o n against the di° position of the def n?ants stocVs should not be issued THE DEFEND-L\TS The d e f e n d a n t s who include v a r i o u s New H a v e n directors sin^e 1903 and PS- tates of deceased d i r e c t o r s are \ ilHam Rockefeller L,nar es F Pratt L e w i s Case L e d v a i d H McK Twom blev George Me Mille George J Brush James S H e m i n g v / a v A H Ro ertson Frederick F B i e w s t e r CI arlcs Breaker D N e w t o n Barnev James K Flton Henrv K Me Harg Henrv \\ Taft H "^ S k i n n e r C h a r l e s S Mel en A l e x a n d e r Cocirane J P Morgan es tate Edwin Milner estate T De\ . arner estate ^morv \ Lavvience es Long Drouth Broken All Way from Chicago to Du Quoin. Chicago July vv e'-e general J c I linoifa accoid ng to v, eathei bureau hei e 17 -- Thunderstorms ; te"da in Iowa and reports to last nigl t the The S H E R M 4 N S L I T W a s h i n g t o n Julv 1" --Af er tvv o lours conference todaj- between \ t t o r nc General M e R e v r o l d s and "\\ Greg special a«=istant In charge of ahe New Haven ca=e H seem d p r n c t i c a l l v c e i t a i n that nego iations l a d failed 1 that the d e p a r t m e n t of J u s t i c e v o u l d begin It« Sherman 'aw suit to lissolve the New H a v e n Astern with n tr-e n e x t few d ? s The attornej general and Mr Greg ory had befo e tl em offi lal notice '.rom the New H a v e n board of 3I ectors .hat It cannot accept tl e terms imoo^ed by Massachusetts on the sale of its Boston Ma'ns ra't^oad stock De^art- m e n t officials are sa'5 to now con- hea^ lest p i c c i n l t i t i o n w a s in Chicago, \\here 1 f o Inches of rain f H in less than an hour and a half This rainfall co\cred o n l j a = m a l l area near the cit; T\\ O DEATHS TV o deaths from outside the city we"e reported from the storm "Nelson Peterson w as struck by lightning on his farm r e a r Pawpaw 111 and George Boilou was b l o w n fron the roof of his house at Dixon Tl ere w e r e a n u m o e r of welcome s h o w c s m s o u t h e r n Indiana and Ohio ind northern K e n t u c k y \\here rain was needed Temperatures w e r e not excessive in the middle v-e-=t RAIN B H I G S RE'IFF. Com, "\Miich Had Ucfnin to Fire, Probably « a \ t d. D a n \ i l l e I 1 T u l \ 1?--Hea\y rains e x t e n d i n g f r o m ^ itseka Iroquois count^ to Pins Fdgar counts vcster- o.i\ a f t e r n o o n an 1 la=t n i g h t b r o u g h t ^ch needed E el ef to the c ops of east- e r n I l h n o i c w l i c i hid begun t o s u f f e r f r o m dro ith T o r n w h i c h h a d b e gun to f i l e In «=ome localitie c will be especially 1 eretited r d a b u m p e r crop -lov, p r e d i c t e d RA1 \T B I O O M I N G T O \ Bloomington 111 JuU 17 -- The d i o i th w h i c h hid become serious in t h i s section w is broken -vesterdav afternoon h\ a h f i v \ rain ^ v h i c h fell fo*- more t h a n in hour Pi n f a l l ^ a fa 69 inch The rain w a " accor p o n i e d M a iiigh w i n d w h ch broke off man tiees but no serious damage v as reported Tne m a x i m u m t e m p e r a t u r e ·veste^ \ ^ a e 101 bad been thick with dust and little ridges had accumulated Farmers say it is too late to help the potatoes to any great extent STORMS AT Mt^TICELO. Montlcello July 17--Montlcello was \ieited by a terrific wind storm about 5 o clock Thursday afte r noon accompanied by a splendid rain The storm asted an hour and ^ain continued to fall until 6 30 Rescued With Little Girls from Starvation. Benville, Ark July 17--Alter existing 1 se\en months in a cave with almost nothing to eat except \vhat the w ooas about th^m provided William Ewing an aged man and his three lit tie girls were rescued today Two jears ago Ewing was a prosperous farmer near here Misfortunes piled upon him His wife died and sickness took away his grown son and daughter Floods destroyed his crops, his cattle died and fire burned his lome For a w h i l e he li\ed with his babies upon the bount\ of neighbors, but left abruptly and his w hereabouts we r e a sters until toda V t e \ e had noth ng to eat, but the )ark from tre°s for ten days, one of he girls told their rescuers who found the E w i n g s w e a k from hunger and \ i t h c l o t h i n g worn *o shreds FfllL OIJEGI To Enforcement of Negative Covenant. Says Court. Appeal to Federal Board of Mediation to Settle Differences With En- ginemen. I « O t T H E R \ I I I J I ^ O I S sider a Sherman cour« a ult their ii due FJSC D u Q u o I n 111 JulT. 1" -- The t w o i t o n a l m o n t h s drn ith w hi v has p r e v a i l e d I to the throusrl o t th s se t i o n of so i t h e r n II linoi" w f s b ol en e s prdi a f t e r n o o n b\ i slow r i i n wh ch r o n t m u ^ d until l a t e last n i c h t \\ h l l e n uch of the rorn ^as 1 =en scorched b the Intense heTt of tne p-'st V r^c we^ka f b e rain irg u n d e r i ill p^o^ e o f ^reat ben«_f t The run s reported as far s i ith as Carbondaie t \ e n t \ m les from he r e FIRST H A I F \ I L «I^CE MAT 5 Harrlsbarcr 111 Ju v i" -- Du r ing- a th i n d e r ^ t o r m he r e e ° t e r d a v a f t e r n o o n h c b t n nc = t r u c k t h e wholesale w a r e ho !«e of the C ' a r k H o r n i n g compan^ and t w as d e c t ~ o \ ed b\ fire Historian's Features Sadly Marred. w i t h t h e ] p csident i c b e l b a n d m e e t i n g P4MC C 4 I M T V T i t3 on t h e i j o l d FIGHTI\G VT \C V P L I CO On 3oard U S fe C a h f o n i I i p n ^ Mcx J u l j If -- "Via ^an Diet,o C 1 Ti \\ 1 -- Hea^ \ lighting" is repo tf 1 o at \cipuico w here three f iction* of tie Mex can forces constit t onal sts f e d c i i s inj Zapatistas ha ne om^ emb oiled o er posse c ion of t e sea port G l V k M 4 S EMPTIED OF FCD«! On Boan L S =^ f a f r n i i Lapiz IVIex Julv 16 -- Via "\\ rfle«-s to San Diego Cal Julv 17 --The federal evacuation of Gua-vmas i« complete The last of t e garr son I n n g h«,n med ir t\ the L o n s t i t u ionai foi es of Generi! Obreson K f t 'or the no thw rd with their ho ses ard icco it-ements in six steancrs ind four t o w i n g schooner^ A pro\ "joml Fro\ernmt-nt has b»en es tablUhecl a n ! order prevails through ! out the ciu ! In acco lance -nith the aimlstice ar ranged e v e r a d i \ s af,o the citizens of i Cuajmas were disarmed today. Port ^u Pr ncn U n t i JuU 17 -- A pin c wis ca is d b\ i rc\ olutionarj o u t ) P k accompirlcd b\ a c j n s i l e r n l l e i m o u n t of '-hoot nt; i n th '-nee s of tlie H i l t en cipital at 10 o clot k this m o r n i n g The i i M n c r w i s f u ckU « u p prf*5«cd b j the g o v e i n m e n t "oic s ind order resto r ed Dan\ille 111 JuU 1" t f the V e i m t l i o n count good roads as sociation here todT\ It wis decido to i R k for a bond issue of $1 IflO 000 f n r the c o n s t r u c t i o n of c o n c r e t e roada in the county FRIDAY IN CONGRESS Mmeola V \ Jul; owman was arraigned 17 -- Mrs Flora in the superior court he-e before Judge Vd.n Sicklen on an indictment returned jesterday charging her wi*h manslaughter in tbe first degiee for ha\m§: caused the death of Mrs Louise Bailey a patient of the defendants husband Mr 1 * Carman pleaded not guilts She was released on $°0 000 ball furnished bj t w o close f r i e n d s 01 the C i i m a n s She \ v i t h her husband departed imme diatcl\ in a limo isine for their home at Freeport, fc Y. "Washington T u l v 1" --The di\ In ongt ess S E N A T E Senatoi Smith s new r e s o l u t i o n to imest gate p a r t i c i p a t i o n s of Amerl cans in Mexican r e \ o l i t i o n a i a f a l r s referred to foreign relations commit tee River and harbor appropriation bill discussed HOI SE London Jt !\ 1" -- * mil t a n t "suffra Ee 1 - todav «slT:hed « th a b u t c h e r « c l e a r e r the port ait of Tnnmas Ca r 1\ It. the c "ottish 1 1st r i n n painted b\ ^ir John Millals ind h rg ng In the \ i t i o n a l P o i t i i t Gal) r The ·woman w a s arrested aft r a -severe s i i g g l e u i t h the a t t e n d i n t e A. the police sta tion «he ga^e her m m e 11 V n n e H u n t SCOOPED A T T E N D ^ \ T S Tbe a t t e n d a n t s o C t i e pillerj ^\ho since the Decent M i l i t a n t *= f f r a g c t out rages in national I n s t i l i t l o n s h a v e bei.n keeping clo e e c;uard on the t r * a s u r e s u n d e r t h r l r L re noti t 1 a j o u n c e wo n a n w a l l i n g from y let i e to p i c t m e apparentlv ad 11 n isr t b r \\Q k of \ a i iou* artist" ^IT 1 cimc tn 1 e p o r t r a i t cf C a r l j l e and a a k i n ^ the ci a \ e r f r o m the folds of her dre" attic! r 1 t h e p a i n t ing ^hc s t r u c k s c \ c r 1 b l o w s before the nc-aros a t t e n l i n t co M i c a r h hei MAM STITCHES \ F r^^ VKY T h e glisc c o \ c i i n g o f t h ^ picture w a s sma«0 ed and a c l i t w TS n ade In the c i n \ as from t a r U l f s 1 d t h r o u g h the face to the chi i The it c n d a n t s had rtifficil -i in p r e v e n t i n g Miss H u n t from d o i n g f u r t h e r clan i"r ^he ^ t r i g Sled desperateh b e f o r e c 1( i w as EU i, d i e d in 1 ! h i n l c l O V P T to the police She w a s b l e r i n s , pro s \ f r o m on ] er h a u l s ci sed \\ of the gla*==: !o«s of $o f i r « t t i m e w i t h P T a i n f H here for the M i 5 la*! firo ith the f n e H V L F Mil LIOV CROP A n n a 111 T t H 1 ~ -- P a i r s t P i m i n a t e d tlie o d i e a s t i o in thf 1 b storv of T nion r o u n t v damnere r e a c h i n g ^ ( . l l O O to c From one «1 I i p i n ^ station Balccm miles s o u t h of \ n n a m a r k e t crarden shipped list s aeon S" A n n o w o r t h gem melons ciicuni fr sp nach beu,n* app rs and torn toe c Tl is season far m r t h t re TV ill not rt_ceiv e more than S~- 000 for t h e i r cr \ Ct. rn n t h p hi Is s b a ^ l v d a m i ^ e l J u t the w h t crop his p i - e d b o u n t i j f u l o ie f arme*' so tl of Jonesboro | m i k i n g ° T ^ O buslie s f r o m 100 acre" ST IOLd«« \ \ 4 \ t IJROKE'S Chicago JuU l" -- The presence of the ten dav clause in Pitcher John contract with the Cincinnati Na lvib was held a fatal objectior enforcement of the negati\e o \ e n a r t b-v w h i c h the plaj er agieed not to play for any other team in the oninion of the appellate court handed dow n tods^ The opinion as a n n o u n c e d \esterda\ re\e r sed the rul Judge Foell in the superior cou r t enjoined Johnson ^rom plaj ing with t h p Kansas Ctts Fed In the opinion of the majority of tne court the opinion reads in part the prov isions in the contract bv ihich the club bs givine: notice could end and t e r m i n a t e all the liabilities u n d e r t a k e n bj the «_ ! ub jnder the con tract U a f a t a l r b l t on to the right of the club to eifor f by injunction the perform** n^e bv Tohnson o-' the negativ ^ c o v e n a n t t n p l a v o r p e r form for anv me ct r than the club Bv agreem rt bv r «e' for the op posing p a r t i e s d H * o l u t i f t* the In j u n c t i o n w a s po e tponei unti next \\eeK in order to g i v e attorneys for the Cin c,Innati C i U b time to p r epa'*e a plea fo r re hcarlng- Chicago July 17--Federal mediation of the wage differences between the engineers and firemen and the management of 98 western railroads employ- Ing about 55 000 engineers and firemen, was asked b/ the railroad managers conference committee. Formal notification of the appeal to the federal board of mediation and conciliation was given today to the heads of the engineers and firemens unions in a letter from the managers committee EMPLOYES REFUSE The employes through their leaders ia\ e already declared that they wUl refuse arbitration on the contention that the railroad comoanies have not carried out the awards made by the federal board in other instances The statement that the unions would de dine to come into arbitration came last Tuesday w ion the result of the strike vote became k n o w n and the railroad managers v.e*e Informed that the vote of emolov es was nearlv unanimously n fa\or of a strike if a sat'sfacto'-v settlement could not be reached by the union officials and the managers com mlttee FLAT PEMALS Flat d e n i a l s that th* nt t o i d s ha i not carried into effect aroitratlon awards was rraye bv 11* i iroad com m'ttee In its c o m m u n i c a t i o n today to the employ es representatH es LYNCHERS STRING UP UNKNOWN MAN Take Prisoner Away From Father of Child \Vho Was Attacked. Bake 1 - Ore July 1"--An Inquest was heid today at "Whitnej, Ore, o\ er the body of an unidentified man who wa* lynched ye^te^dax after he had at tacked the eight vear old daughter of J B Hardman a farme 1 " Ko clue to the identity o' the Ijnchers or theli \'ct!m was obtained Hardman had overcome the assailant of his daughter and was taking- him to the jail at Wnltnev when masked men rode up se'zed t^e prisoner and hanged him to a t»-ee BY FAST TRAIN Chicago July 17--Three persons a man and two women were killed t the VI«sour Rne** express on the Chicago Milwaukee ajifl St Paul railroad last riigM th r ee quarters of a mile w e s t of Genoa II! The dead August Tj !er ycndertaker Miss May Pobinson Mr« F J Benton FOR JILTED GfflL St I u l s Mo lu v 1"--A h i g i w nd ac o n a n i c 1 M i un t o d a v 1 roke the heat w a v e lint has gripped Sr l o u i s for tli PL vv ppks ] i n tvis reported from ic crb o ng tow IE in Illinois and Mi c 0 1 i The p i t r o t a t i o n 1 t re v \ a s ^ n i n o l u n l i t K s of in inLh at Chest ei 111 and H a n n i b n l "\ro t v v e n t v c i x h u n dr iths in1 at Hill = b o i o II t w o and tw · ten is mcl es K A S 4 S R L L I 1 \ TD AH Out of Proportion, Says lock ln the afternoon lt had reached HOTTEST DAY IN CAPITAL SINCE 1901 ·'nringfield J u l \ 1" --Beginning with i temperature of "6 degrees at 6 a, m following a t h u n d e r s t o r m the mercury in the government thermometer torgeA its wav steadily up the tube unt'l at 2 Judge Honore. Debate bills c o n t i n u e d on pri ate claim BRIDGE ACROSS THREE-DAY REGATTA AT CREVE COUER S f Louis Julv l ~ -- T h e thi*»e dav regatta of the Southwestern Amateur l o w i n g association w i l l be opened a t l 1 0 r e d todav Creve Couer lake in St LOUK countv | LhI 3 a f t e r n o o n The Mississippi r i v e r w h i c h heretofore ) as been the scene of the a n n u a l regattas was abandoned this vear to eliminate thf* advantages WOMEN THE VOTE A t l a n t a Gi T u l v 1 -- An a d \ e «e report was- reco n m e n d ^ j h\ the state senate com m t tee on c o n s t i t u t i o n a l amendment^ - v r s t r t d a 1 . on the meas ure to giv e Georgia w r i P n { n p light LO \ o t p in st t and co 3 t\ elections S milar action w a s take i i centh bv house committee W a s h i n g t o n J« v 1" -- V 1 i l l to au 11 orize a b r i d g e across i h p M i s ^ j s ^ j p p i at M u s r a t i n e the ho s^. 'HURT IN and disadvantages created by the \ ar- IOUB currents into w h i c h the compet i"g shells w e r e d r a w n At Cre\e Couer there is a mile Etraigrhtaway course COLLISION, DIES Schwerin eutenant x o n der Luehc of t h e Meckle ourg Grena- flier" died t n d ^ ^ f i o m l m r i - s r e c e n f l Julj 14 w h e n aeroplane K a n s a s Citv Mo Ju v 1 -- R a i n s m v u i o u s parts of th? s o u t h w e s t last n l ^ h t and earlv todav bro ts:ht relle f from t i t . \ c c s s i v e h e i t that has pre v a l e ] d i i n g t h e last t h r e e r l i j s a n d the t e n p e r a t i es recorded t h i s m o r n ng w re m u c h low er t h i n those of 5 es t e i d i v Tho t c m p c r a t ire at St los epli M i a n ! K a n s a s Citv it 9 o clock t h i s n n i n i n g w s ^0 degrees 14 de gr,,es rooler t h i n t h a t e? c tPred at the s i m p ho ir v p s t e r a a v In m n \ plic « in K a n s a s t h p ram v is acco n p i n l e d 1 v scv 01 e w i n d and electric storms u Topeki the "wind r c T c ^ e i a v c ocitv of sixtv riilos an ho r b l n w Inc: dow n s e v e i a l trees I i g h t n ng s t i u c k several houses in t l i t v i c n i t v b u t n o o n e w a s repor*ed in ured \T i J O\l^GTO^ Lo\ i n f t n n T u l \ 1" -- The heav ic,st lain tl at hid 'illcn here in m i n v -\v eeks foil I h i r div mon i g It was accompa ued b\ n i h t h u n d e r and l i g h t n i n g the l a t t e r c'oing no damage aplde from i n g in e ecti c light \ i r e in t w o at Home r S epherd s residence ^ h i l e the ra nf-3 w i s far from being eno gn to soak up the prolonged d r o u t h v e t the b e n e f i t it "ill mean to the co n crop is aimost Immeasurable i LIETO Tulv 1"--I idee Honore to set aside the $20 100 v e r d i c t giver Tiss Georgia Jav. b\ a j u r j T\hich heard her breach of promise suit leainfit Homer Rodeheav er choirmas ter for 'B11; S u n d a ^ the e v a n g e l i s t The judge said the v c r l i c t was out *i ill proportion to the financial «=tand Ing of the parties to the =ult NEGRO" GUILTY 6T LEEGSEN MURDER 04 4 degree" indicating tha hottest d-'v this cltv has experienced since Jul\ °" 1901 thirteen \ears ago when 'Q" Ictrrees was recorded The nearest approach to the ^ecord f r r tor"lditv wither th s period was T u U 12 191.1 when t ^ c mercury stood lO' 1 degrees NEW YORK HAS OUR HEAT TODAY New York Ap-11 1"--One death and smeral pro^ ration" from heat were re________ _____ ______ Chica^o lulv i-_i«,aac Bond, a ne | P° rted todav In .New York At noon the c: o w as f o u n d m u r d e r of Mi«s guiltv toda ot Ida G Leegson the art s t u d e n t and sculptress w h o wag found sip n and roobcd last October in a lonelv f i e l d near \rgo 111 where she had b en l u r ^ d through an adve r tHe- m e n t ^ f o r a n u se The j u r \ r e t u r n e d the v erdict of t , u i l t j and fixed Bond s p u n i s h m e n t it imprisoi merit for l i f e Bond w ds i d e n t i f i e d bv several pei ;ut s as the m e n TV ho was ^een cajrr\ ing Miss Leegrson s suit case neai rgo and witness « also te'tified that lie p a w n e d Mib« Leegson g w-atch a f t e i the m u r d e r had been committed t r m p n a t u r e was lising decrees and O \ E R \T C I I N T O N Chnto i JuU 1" -- A"^ordmg to the o b e i v a t i o n o* 1 FraiiK Ziegler there fell v - ^ s t t i d a v one and fou" hundreths of an inch of rain It was quite ben- with another piloted ay Kail Geigant. c f i r n ] to e-UK 1 'dust cu cominer in time to ARKANSAS MINERS ON THE WARPATH Fort Smith, Ark J u l j 1"--Reports i cei\ed here t o d a j states that fishing Is In progress between union and one- i n l o n miners at the plant of the Ala m moth "Vein Coal company at Prairie Creek One mine tipple has been burned it was «tated and another dynamited Telephone i^lrei to Prairie Crriek are d o u n The s rike has been in progress at the Prairie Creek m i n e for months MINES DESTROYED Advices- from Hun ting ton say mines ;NC 1 and 4 ha\e been destroed by d-vnamite and f i r e The ^heriffs of THE WEATHER. CMcago July 17 --Following a r c the weather indi- cations until 7 p m . Saturday Fair tonight; «··!- PLEASAN T PI cf t he co r n and to lav, t h e j t i c e at G r e p n w o o d has sent a posse the roads Previously they cfficers to the scene ot the rlotlns THE LEATHER MAP Chicago July 17--The weathsr map at S a in ahov. ed Canatl an Northwest--^artly c oud 4fl to 4 above Batt oford 06 \% Innlpeg 02 Keslna OS \orthRC6t--Genera ly c «*ar 50 to 4 above D« I B Lake 01 Moorhead 01 \A est and ^outn-\est--P rtly c oufly M to M") iboxe Kansas C t\ 10 Spr ng: (eld Mo. °2 Des Molnes ol Keokuk 5 Davenport 2H Dub«que 2(5 Peoria 40 *=t Louis OS Ohio "Vall"--FartK clojdv "-t to SO above Indianapolis OS Cincinnati ol Evans- ·\il!e 122 Local Observation* Following Is the ranj^e of temperature* as recorded bv P ofessor J H Coonradt, Lnlted ^tates weathe 1 * observer 7 a m . Friday 73 \oon Fridaj . S5 Highest Thursday 95 I o w e w f F'idiy "1 Prrc pitatlor . 15 Sun ri«pg (Standard time) · Sun lets ..*.... 4 4 1

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