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VOL. AU-XO. 127.
OMA1LA, MONDAY ; MOlfXIXd, ' XOVEMBKU 13, 1911 TKX PACKS.
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Chairman of Commission Answers
Criticisms of National Reserve
Association at Chicago.
ECONOMIC SOCIETY IN SESSION
Special Attention to Objections by
Folk and Hulbert.
brsroNSiBiLrrT upon bankers
Success Will Largely Depend on
.. . T .
tlUJivBV manage wjii..
UNDUE INFLATION IS FEARED
liVrrmer Governor Joseph Folk
MlMoerl Fatrrali National lie
partment of Fluner, nllh
CHICAGO. Nov. 12.-Nclson W. Aldrieh
chairman of the National Monetary com
mission, defended ls plan for a nations!
ieurrencvy reform last night and answered
numerous criticisms of the plan offered,
t today session of the Western Deo
Chief among tho criticisms of the plan
suggested by the bankers and political
economist hnd been: -.
Ilanger of unrestrained ' Inflation of
currency; da user f control of the Na
tional Reserve association fussing to the
hands of hank?, and need of specified
The objections of H. ft Hulbert, a Chl
rugo bauber. und former Governor Jo
teph W. Folk of Missouri, received the
i chief attention of the chairman of tho
Into the hands or the bankers of . the
country Mr. Aldrieh placed most of the
: responsibility of peeing that no undue In
flation might result from tho rsago of
Depends on Honest tlamiiFml,
I "In the list onulysis," he said, "tlie
character of the National Reserve afr.n
ciutlun i:j the purest limitation on the
icvpuncion. You ctm't ' make letftelatlon
" wldch will give inunugers of hiKtituttns
honevty and fidelity. Every bank In the
. United State depends upon tho honesty
I nd wibdom of its managers. Have you
. o little confidence In . your associates
tiM-to think they sro going to permit
' tho country to be ruined by Inflation?
"The purpose of the plan is to permit
Minn expansion. You can't cure a condi
tion. -like that of 1907 without expansion
and extension of note iBsues. The limi
tation put on redlscotmtlng by the plan,
however, will serve to prevent too much
Aiikwerlnn' tho claim that the' govern
ment should havo greater control f the
association.' former Senator Aldrieh laid: 4
"The baiiken are tl sola Ytockholdera.
"nu u - Ih Annr,,',, Tin fimi'H.in. .. .
ourxe. their c.tit.cnf bonka. iv,
vou think. tl men- aooolntort hV ha
ire1de-at colild manage the great finaji
ial institutions of the county better than
the men who have spent their llres try
Jng to find .out . how bank shoull ' be
" . 1 ..
" I do not Times have recurred J;i each
generation when some one wanted to
juit tbo issuing of currency into the
1 lands of the government. We havo had
fcreunbaek crazes. I expect the oppoeltton 1
T men who want to five the povcr to I
Issue aotau to the government. ,1 fought j
un lusii whether the. government .shall !
issue all money and control the bunklcf
machinery, Jet It ' come." '
Bocretary -of the Treasury MacVeagh
la B4i addresa unqualifiedly lndoiucU the
currency reform plan.
The following are epitomes ' if c.rlll
Htun and suggetitlons offered to the Aid
rich plan by students of economic and
practical bankers at the iiicetlog of the
iJconomlo eocletyi ,
U. M. Bprague,' professor of economic,
"The roost seriously disturbing feature
of all cities, ha been the dietontinuanoe
of pay menu between different section
of the country and the consequent dislo
cation of the demoHtlc exchanges. If we
on make certain of tho continuation of
payments of the city bank, this diffi
culty will almost entirely disappear, and
this onn bo accomplished by the reserve
Want Fopalar Control.
William A. Hcott. professor of political
)M-onomy, I'niversity of Wisconsin:' j
1 "Popular control of an iiiHiltutlon no
jMtally associated with tho eeoiiomio wel
fare of every citizen an a central reserve
association . mould he Is esHentlal. The
AMrlch plan p'acow the control of the
Vanks In the hand of tho banks which
tojppoo the local atssocla.! ion. If any
(utereet get coutrol, thereby it will be
(Continued on Second fuge.)
l-'Oft NEBRASKA FaJr; warmer.
Tetaperatur at UniM TestertiaT.
1910. Uh. Xiog.
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26 1 )
10 21 V
.01 .00 .H
ijoj-tuic (rum the normal:
Joiiiib.l temuerature. .
1 lency for the iiy
Total etM sinre March 1 fi"i
formal precipitation M Inrh
1 ieilelnw fir Uie dav 0J inch
t.tl rainfall ali.cn Murcli l.,.1.1., Inche
litfu iancy time MjvIi I 14.7 Inches
3elti-ieney for cor. iiod. 1!0.14.i'i Inch
I'rtltn-mry for ror. MtriKl. l:6. 1 'f liw lit
'1 liKlt ath trace . f prn-iiiliKtu.n.
L. A. tLrfjll, Local Foret-after.
I 1 m
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7 a, m 1
I sff T? I a. m
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IV.) 10 a. m
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Finds Solution of
WAU8.U-, Win., Nov. 12.-The probWm
whether a commercial grade cf paper
ran be made from native woods, other
tban spruce, (or the solution of which
the Fnlted States government has estab
lished In this city a laboratory, said to
be the only one In the win n try of Its
Kind for conducting; experiment, has
hern partly solved, according to an
nouncement hy J. IT. Thicken?, who Is all
c.liHrco of the local laboratory, and tho
answer Is In the affirmative.
Fxperlmcnta havo been going on for
mr . Tests of puip manu-
iH'ium ai nit laiifrotury nnve jum ucru
concluded and are reported hlgnly satis
factory. Th previous tests wore not
satisfactory us the last one. which has
proven cuntitisivt ly. ji Mr, Thickena an
nounce., that il li possible to make
ground wood from hemlock and Jack pine
and mixtures of there wcods with spruce,
whic-i will be of high enough quality or
the manufacture' of a cheap grud of
paper, such as news and wrapping papers,
lie adds tliat.'ono of the nillla of the state
already has commenced, to use the mix
ture of Bpruce and hemlock for tho manu
facture of paper.. He thinks It will not
be long before tho hemlock and Jack pine
will be' used quite generally, for spruce
Is scarce and growing more expensive
Banker Was Killed
i KANSAS CITT. Mo., Nov. li Woe
George A. Kimmel. the missing Arkan
sas City banker, assassinated thirteen
years ago In the wilds of Iirltlsh Colum
bia. . Th attorneys for Kinimel's Bister
say they have found a man who will
testify that he was present when thl
banker was sliot down in the woods. He
ny, hB kljled the a8f,aln and tnen
buried both hi body and Kimmel' in the
same grave. ',
In a Blgucd statement the man says
that Kimmel wus decoyed to Canada by
a man who as hit ted he knew where
HO.OPO in gold, taken from a Vancouver
bank, lxtd been hidden by robbers.
: The statement was given to Frederick
H. Bucon of St. l.oul anil submitted by
him to Grant J. Rosenjrwelg'cf' Kansas
City, both attorneys for Kiminel's sister,
who la suing for. .the payment of SJO.OOO
Insurance on her brother's life. The case
will" be tried in St. Ixmls. . - -
Minister to Come '
Before Grand Jury
HOSTON, Mass., Nov. U.-Tomorrow, a
month, larking a day since Avis Linnell
wan found dead from cyanide of potas
sium. Key. Clarence -V. T. IilcheBon, to
wham she had . considered bersejf en
gaged, wilt be called In the supreme court
I .'"."V" h' f.
1 Wni w m oe brier pro-
ceedlng. It most Immediate "esult, It Is
believed,- will be the announcement of
the date upon which the clergyman will
bo placed on trial. '
Although tho police haVo. been quietly
at work sfnee the return of the indict
! ment, it Is tinderbtood they are still un-
jablo to declare certainly the . manner in
which the poIhoii reached Miss Unnell
The police say they have learned that
the clergyman actually aaltcd a mlnlHter
to marry him to Mis Llnnell on a date
Fisher Extends Time
WASHINGTON. Noy. 12,-EztenBion of
timo to settler on government reclama
tion project In which to tnako payment
on their entries and water right applica
tions has been granted ,by Secretary of
the Interior Fisher. He ruled today that
no step would be taken until after March
15, 1812. to enforce forfeiture for failure
to make payment on all entries and water
right applications, on which payment be
comes' dde December 1, next.
Half Million Fund
Completed, at Huron
HURON, P. D., Nov. 13.-(Spocl;U Tele
gram.) -Ten thousand dollars was rained
here tonight to complete the endowment
fmd of IWO.OCO-for Huron . college. The
amount la one of the Wgest ever raised
In this section of the northwrst for an
educational institution and Is a cause of
Steamer Finds Men
On Barge in Distress
NEW YOKK, Nov. U.-A wlrele mes
sage from 4he steamship Howard, say&
It Is standing by a barge In dtstres oft
Fir Island, with a crew of fourteen men
on board. The barge I in bad shape
and urgently needs assistance, which it
has been Impossible to give.
EXPERT TESTIMONY MAY
DECIDE M'NAMARA CASE
21 U AN(ibU,li, Nov. U-Maxses of
4'tulKted lion and photograph of nt
girders will play an important part In
ihe Jaineci D. McNamara trial in deter
mining the cavwe of the explosion and
Ire which wrecked the Los Angeles Times
Whether McNamara by the use of dyna
.nte brought about the deaths would
c largely a question of expert testimony.
l was said today.
The defense, It became known, will
ek to show that the big steel Jutes
were twisted out of shape by a fire
Dynajmlte,lt Is contended, would lenuVr
and not warp the beams, providing the
charge was large enough to do material
damage. It I said lh theory that
moderate exploclon of dynamite Ignited
a store of gss liberated by a purpoxly
broken pipe, causing the great Ulfaster,
may be followed by the Male.
. The state attorney office dncUned to
ductus ruoit from Cincinnati of the
lex-at too. of a cache of dynamlM by Ueoig
ikbeff. s tlttrcu.
ZERO WEATUER IS
NO LONGER HERE
Omaha Suffers from the Cold All
of Saturday and Sunday
WARMER SUNDAY APTERNOON
Little Suffering Reported to Various
FEW SEEK SHELTER AT JAIL
City mission. Salvation Army and
Volunteer Halls Are Filled.
MERCURY STAYS ABOVE ZERO
flat for Three Honrs Sanday Mora
lit; it H fiver (lone fbat Mark.
-Qolte l aoraimon M rattier
for i:rlr Nave in tier.
Tho first severe cold wave of the sia-
win Is to be short-lived. All day Satur
day the temperature hovered ohout a
mark 10 degrees above aero, but In the
early hours of jeMerday morning the
mercury dropped down to a f ruction be
low the ono degree r.bove sero point. At
no time, however. Blnce the cold wave
struck the city has it been either at or
For three hours, beginning at 5 o'clock
eurday morning, tho temperatur
flirted with the zero mark, but shortly
after 8 o'clock It began to climb, until at
4 o'clock in the afternoon It had reached
It innximum of 13 degrees above sero.
From then on it began to drop until at 7
o'clock it had gone down to 13 degree.
The high and biting wind which ac
companied the cold Saturday wa not so
much In evldenco yesterday and as the
day grew the wind subsided.
Xot Mttnli Suffering;.
Although the cold .weather Jumped In
all at once without any warning, the
ufual "sleepers" at police headquarter
did not show up strong Saturday night.
But four of the eons. of rest asked for
refuge from the cold. At the City mis
sion much of the spare room was occu
pied by both men snd women who wero
seeking a place to sloep.
The Salvation Army an dthe Volunteers
of America had their hands full finding
places for destitute people. At the latter
place about 11 o'clock a man giving his
namo as Fred Warren appeared and
asked for a bed. He, however, was so
weak from want of food and warmth that
he fell in a heap on the floor. On Sun
day he hud a fever, but last night he was
In better shape.
Forecasts for today indicate that the
cold weather will to some extent be oft
net by warm winds and clear skies will
Warner In Kaasaa City,
KANKA8 CITT, Nov. K.Aftor falling
lit f dog above, iyo.at, S-VUedr tW
T.t! Vnlng, the lh,err.Mnrror ha beti
gradually rising her all day. At 7 o'clock
it registered 21. It has been clear all day.
The kudden -blizzard of last night and this
morning cattaed householder all over
town to turn on their gas stoves and
grates and today thero were more than
twenty fires duo to this one cause. The
gas pressure has been low and many per
sons have been unable to heat their
houses. There is no heat in the street
ars, duo to a recent breakdown at .one
(.? the power houses.
Throughout Kansas and Missouri the
temperature is rising and weather ob
server predict a much warmer day to
morrow. . Reports from the western part
of Kansas say that Kcro was reached
there this morning.
Hay Extend Honthirard.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. I2.-A cold wave
along the gulf coast from hero to Browns
ville, Tex., was predicted by the local
weather bureau today. Temperatures will
be tA to -H degrees in the Louisiana and
Texas sugar and trucking region Monday
Severe tn Caster.
I1ROKKN BOW, Neb., Nov. 1 (Special
Telegram.) The' cold wave In this viululty
was extremely severe, nothing like it
ever happonlng here before, It Is said, at
this time of the year. The lowest tem
perature during last night wa S degrees
below zero, Tuo wave reached here But
urduy morning, with much wind and some
snow, and increased in violence during
the day and night. Ltttlo damage to
stoclc la reported.
Illaat Over iu Tnkota.
I'IKUUK, B. I., Nov. 12. (fjpecial Tele
gram.) The Btomi which ended lout even
ing left the Northwestern service went
of here and on the new Gettysburg branch
hi bad shape. All trains were held at
Rapid City last night, cutting off that
service, and no train were operated on
the Gottysburg ran. It Is expected that
the service will lie resumed by tomorrow.
Potato Shipper Suffer. ,
HUSnVILLlS, Neb., Nov. 12.-f8pclal.)
The snYere winter weather which hug
set In 111 Interfere with potato ship,
menut, which were being mude exten
sively when the cold weutlier et In.
Jas.B. Sheean Has
and Taken a Wife
James E. Bheean, formerly of Omaha,
whsre he wa comtUiered a confirmed
bachelor, haw stolen a march on Ms
many friends and boa married. Quietly
leaving his desk at Bt. I'aul. where he Is
general counsel of the Chicago, fit. Paul,
Minneapolis A Omaha road, he went to
New York, where he was quietly married
to Mis Emily Hohman. granddaughter
of General John- A. Rawlins. They are
now in New York, where they are spend
ing their honeymoon.
Mr. Sheean was formerly a reMdent of
Omaha, where hu wa assistant general
attorney of the Northwestern road. His
brother, John A. Hheeun, at present
In the legal department of the I'nlon Pa
cific. Fuller Seeks Itelea.e.
BAN FRANCISCO, C al., Nov. II
James i. K"uller, formerly py clerk of
Ihe receiving ship Independence, en
teiiit'd by court martial to kuive two
year In Ban yuentln s the result of
fraud, filed a pet;tion in the Untri Hii's
district court tuday for his telease on
It, ground that lie tai held without t.gul
au'tjuiitv. Juri Vhii Vle t s-t the hear
ing for November lit.
11 ! 11 ' ' 111 1 1 tint-
v ; And Today ' .
From the Vet Moines Register and Leader,
WITNESSES; CLEAR NAMES
Suspicion Restored from Undertaker
, and Doctor In Verailya Case,
WIDOWS" SON1 4 HAU T'SEIIMONIA
rhy'ale.law 'Who SlaiieU To' Ieah
Certificates Says Not Sarprl4 '
that Coinoelsr Srtilth Died
of Araealual I'vtaoulns;.
CHICAGO, 1 Nov. U.-Bur,p)clon was
Dr. 1 I Hertel yesterday by Coroner
Hoffman, who ho examined them a to
their knowledge of the deaths of the ter
persons who have died beneath the j-oof of
Mrs. Louise Vemillya, who now lies 111,
under arrest, charged with the murder
of l'ollceman Arthur Blxnonetto.
The names of the undnrtuker and doctor
were brought Into tho InveMtlgutloti by a
number of witnesses, because of thdr ap
parent Intimacy with , the woman, but
their tloiien to the coroner convinced him
they hail no part In tho deutli mysteries
that would not bear tho light.
lloyen In purtieular, den leu that he
had other than business relations with
Mr. Vermllya, or that she had purchased,
for him a ticket to Europe.
Lr. Hertel, who stgnod the death cor.
tlficatu of both Conductor Klcluird T.
Smith and Frank Drlnkamp (the hitter,
Mrs. Vermllya' son), said he wau not
surprised that fmlth had died fvom
arsenical poisoning iustend of tho acute
gastritis named In the physician's diag
nosis, but he could not account for poison
iu tho body of lirlnkumn, slnco tho boy
showed plainly all the symptoms of pneu
monia, as he stated in the death certifi
cate he signed.
Boysen incidentally added his name to
the list of persons, who after dining with
Mr. Vermllya and after snasonlng their
food with pepper from a tin pepper box,
becume HI with severe pains In the stom
ach, aoconipauied by Hcuto nauseu.
Mrs. Vermllya itcl comfortably to
day, though t-t 111 weak.
Grand Jury Called
For Hall County
GRAND ISlANb, Nov. 1?.-(Ppeclul.)
For the flrt time since 1903 a grand jury
will be In session In this county tomor
row, Jutl,?e Paul will preside. The mem
bers of the Jury are Mel Adam. John
Ewlng, George Frederick. C. II. Klndlg.
Nick Laliann, I'atiiek 'Mahoney, U. K.
Qnlllln, II. F. Buehlsen, 55. 1L Penman,
Ben Fljr, A. A. Glade. R. C. Kutcher,
Conrad Lassen, William Marsh, Jr.;
Arthur Ilobey arid Joseph Wbitehouse,
nearly all of whom are prominent farmers
and old resident of the county.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH
MEET IN GRAND ISLAND
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Nov. 12 (fipe-
clal.H-Daugliters of IU-bekah of district
thlrty-eifciit coraprlslng lode.at thl city,
St. Paul, Wood River, Cairo, Ravenna
and Lioiilphan held a succeful convention
here Friday, comprising u lengthy pro
gram of matters Important to the order.
Mrs. Knitna I. Tulbot of Bouth Omaha,
past state president and seerctary of the
assembly, conducted a school of in
struction. Officer for the ensuing ternr
were elif ted as follows: Mis riffle
JefferH. St. Paul. .reidnt; Mr. Klla
Mahati, Grand Inland, vice president; Mrs.
lKirca turkey. Wood River, warden;
Mrs. I.jclla U. Nelson, Grand Island, sec
retary; Mr. Mary Gallacher, Doniphan,
treasurer. The reports sutunitted showed
the onlrr In excellent condition through
out the dbttict.
owspaper Forty Years
Judge Landis Will
Decide on Home of
CHICAGO, Nov. IS -Judge Kenesaw St.
Landis In the United states dlntrlet cxmrt
tomorrew will . decldo .whether Mary
Elizabeth Miller. 11 years old, and heiress
to an estate of tl0,(,0UO, will continue
to live here with, her aunt. Mrs. Arthur
D. Ilclghler, or will bo sent to llvo with
her uncle, Albert H. Miller of Cleveland,
O. Mr. Miller, who was appointed guar
dian of the child by her mother, who
died last June, wants her turned over
to hlnu Mrs. Ilelghler is Miller's sister.
Miss Miller I the duughler of .J. V.
Miller, a capltullHt, who formerly lived
In Olllosple, III., and at Des Moines, la.
He died In November, 1910.
Aviator Rodgors. ,
Lost in Darkness
LOS ANGKLEtf, Nov. 12,-Avlaior C. P.
Rodgers left PaHudomi at 8:M to fly
twenty-three miles -to Long Roach. He
failed to urrivo at the luttur place and
Is lost somewhere iu tho darkness. It is
reported that ho has fallen as the result
of an accident
Rodgors fell 100 feet In a ploughed field,
two miles west of Compton, half way
between lon Angele and Ixmg Heuch.
He was brought here badly bruised, but
no bones were broken. His machine woa
Arabs' in Numbers
Are Near Tripoli
TlUItW.r, Nov. U.-Thliteen hundred
Arabs at U o'clock this morning tnudu a
dunionslration before Mfsiiuml Iioumcll
aua, but they withdrew shortly in the
face of a furious rtflo and artillery fire
from the Kalian trenches and warships.
PARIS, Nov. 12. The Temps" Roma
correspondent learns from what he say
I an authoritative source that Italy will
make a demonstration on a big scale In
the Aegean sea and along the Turco
Aslutlo toast tomorrow.
Dan McSun Gets
A man belloved to bo Dan MeHun, tel
egraph operator for the Chicugo & North
western rallroud at California Junction,
la., fell down a flight of Malts at ths
Globe hotel, ll"7 Douglas suoet, at fi
o'clock luut night, fracturing hi skull.
He was uttetided by Police tiurgcoiis Pep
pers aid CrlHs und removed to Ht. Jo
seph hospital. It Is IhoiiKht he will die.
MRS. JACOBS LOSES $10
TO SMOOTH STRANGER
Mis. Anna Jacobs, proprieties of a
restaurant at 1b.5 Farnatn street. Is the
latest victim of the man who "sends $10
bills away" tn envelope und who ulwuys
has change lnsleiid of Ilia desired bill.
When she noticed that she hud given
the man a 110 bill and in return he had
handed her $!i In an envelope, uh called
hi attention to the shoitaye.
"Oh, excuse tue," said h. "Here, take
this iettrj with tlii ten In It while go
next door and g(l the oilier $2."
He took back the $i und It-It.
When lio hod gone M. . Jaul noticed
the envelope was erupt'. Mio thru noti
fied the polk.
LOOK INTO TIERNEY'S STORY
Council Bluff Official , to Probe
v, ,Clue .?HU.cri,Casc ; T
SAY WTLDEY "mADE CONFESSION
Man In Jail at Fairfax, ft. 1).,
Allea-erf to Have Admitted Hlll-
Ins; Toll Collector In Cm
pany with Other.
FREMONT, Neb., Nov. lI.-(fipoclal
Telegram.) Robert Tlerney, a tramp,
serving a term In. the city Jit.lt for va
grancy, yesterday evening told Assistant
County Attorney Ouren of Council Uluffs
thnt llurellp Ham Wlldey, who Is now In
Jull at Fulrfas, 3.' P.. had confessed that
ho murdered Hoi-ace Fullers, tho bridge
tender, last July., According to Tlerney's
story he and Wlldey, wnt were acquaint
ances, were scrvlnir a term In Jull at
Fairfax last ' Heptomber. Something;
seemeil to be woiTjing Wlldey and one
afternoon he told Tlerney the story of
tho murder. He said that he and a Pal
undertook to crow and that Palters would
not let them, so he hit him over the head
with aii Iron bar and after first taking
what money h had, umountlntr to $28.65,
threw the body into the river. They then
went buck to Omaha and caught a train
for Plti tt (.mouth, Tlerney will bo held
here until wanted by the Council Fluffs
officials should ' a complulnt be 1 fl-d
against Wlldey. -
Assistant County Attorney Ouren of
Council Bluffs return! last evening from
Fremont very much linprrsaed with th
probability of there being something in
tho story told by Tlemoy. When Tlerney
came down here Immediately after his
I (iliume from JnJI at Faltfux ho stopped
at several mUooiih In Council Bluffs be
fore he called upon 1 County Attorney
CapoU of Pottawattamie county and was
In a very woozy condition when ques
tioned. The official ndvlfed Mm to walk
around u fVw blocks nnd return. That
was tho last seen of him until he was
found In tlwi Fremont county Jail.
Moth Mr. Ouren and Mr, Cupull feel
that the alleged confeeulon should be
more carefully examined und Mr. Ouren
will go to Fairfax to eeo Wlldey.
That portion of Tlerney'u tain that con
nects two tnen with the alleged murder
en the biidgo'la regarded as significant,
for it Is certain that if 1'nllern was mur
dered and thrown over tho bridge railing
the work wuh done 'quickly by more than
Tho two great elements of liniH-oliubllity
are contained lit tho Htutemeiit thut the
murdered man was rubbed of .'S.5o and
his revolver. Tim cash rcgHiter showed
that Fullers hud collected but S8.13, which
ho hud not put In the drawer, und It was
assorted that ho never carried any
amount of money of hi own. It I ajso
well established that he had no revolver.
PARENTS OF IOWA GIRL
FEAR FOR HER SAFETY
JilNNKAPOLIH. Minn., Nov. 13 Be
lieving their daughter, Bessie, aged 111 to
have been a victim of white slavers, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Perry of Creco, la.,
are seeking her here. The girl ha not
been wn since October 10, whou she dls
appeurd from her horns at Cresco. The
bellcl' of the patent thut she was tn
Minneapolis !- eatifed by a dreum of
which sho Is suld to have told her play
mutes shortly before she disappeared,
thut rlie bud b'tn kklnapwd and brought
to this city. No trace f her has bet
found lure however. Her parents hav
offered a reward of $100 for Intormation
toiicrnlntt Lt r vhere about.
TO STORM TOLL
Wind Wrecka Many Towns iu
Vicinity of Oreat Lakes,
Bringing Loss of Life.
EASTON, ILL.', IS IN ITS PATH
Two Killed and Many Injured at
SEVEN FISHERMEN MISSING.
Party on Lake Michigan Has Not
Been Heard From.
0W0SSO, MICH., SUFFERS MUCn
Reek Cownty, Vt'lcnia, Hardest
lilt and at lieaat Seven l.lvck
Are) Lost and Tronerty
PPRINGFIISID, 111., Nov. U-Renorts
received tonight si.y , that two rorBons
were kilted and many were Injured In a
windstorm at Eu.on, 111., yesterday.
News of the storm was kept from tho
oulsldp World by demoralization of wire
service, which, wuj partly rcstond late
Seven In final Disappear,
CHICAGO, Nov. 12. Seven men arc re
ported missing as a result of last nlu'jt s
torn on Lake Mlchtgau. They left Chi
cago Saturday morning for a f'shlug trip
In a gasoline launch and urc believed to
have been lost. The launch was lost itlghi
reported passing the life saving station
at 'F.vanston, 111., at 10 a. m. No word
had been received from the f lulling party
tonight. . ,
Mrs. Mary LItz,..ifo of the fisherman
who owned the boat, reported the luunch
missing. The bout went out every Satur
day with a party of fishermen, returning
shortly after nightfall. The polk have
no information of the names of the party
Severe Storm In Michigan.
OWOB80. Mich.. Nov. 12,Two drd.
several badly injured and damage total
ing several hundred thousand dollar at .
least . I the toll collected by the small '
sited cyclone which swept Owosso last
night. . Oonuniinloatlon wa broken and
Ir was not until early today that the news
was bad. The dead are Mr., and Mm.
Jacob Bellgman. Their borne was wrecked
and they were crushed ' to death . while
in bed. According to partly verified re
ports at least twenty homes have been
wrecked and five factories each sustained
damage averaging lao.WO,
WlnoouBln the Center.
JANKSVILLB, Wis., Nov, 12,-At least
seven Uvea wore lost ' and scores of per
sons were injured, some fatully. In a tor
nado which swept Rue lc county at dusk'
last night. Jlundreda of thousand of dol
lars' worth of (Inmate wus done tq crorv
bllfldtfiva CLtid 'other' properties, ' '
Tonight (t'zetis ef f:rtl!le.i Thone home?
were destroyed sought shelter In Sheds
or other strtictutos out of the path of'
the storm. , In other Instance many per
on found themselves without a roof to
shelter themselves, and because of the
flooded roads, which mode travel Im
possible, tlmy were forced to pass the
night in tho open field.
Measurua for the relief of the storm
stricken communities at Orfordville,
Hanover. Milton . Junction and Milton
havo been Instituted by citizens of Junes
villo und Belolt, but because of condi
tion much suffering necessarily must
A cold wavo followed the storm and
sleet and snow added to the mltery of the
' Seven Pie at Orfordville. "
The greuteet loss of life was at Orford
ville. There Nra. John Clowder, SO years
old, win killed, mi were also a father
and two daughters of a family nio."
name Is fcinitli, and a Mrs. Brode. At
Mtlt.on one person, us yet unldontifled, is
reportoU dead. Amy Korbau, S years old.
was killed whon her home. Just north of
Janesvllle, waa demolished.
Footirvllle, Magnolia, Pewaukee and
other villages along the Chicago & North- '
western and the Chicago, Milwaukee &.
Bt Paul railroads are reported to have
suffered severely from the .storm. It
was Impossible tonight to verify these
Tho storm broke with fury never before
equalled In this part of the - country.
Farmers and villagers were caught en
tirely unuware. A high wind had pre
vailed during most of the afternoon.
About' I o'clock the cloud lowered and it
became black us night. Warm tempera
tures had prevailed during the day. Al
though the weather lisd been the subject
of -much comment, none wax prepared
for a tornado.
The storm gathered with such sudden
ness thut nonu had time to seek their
homes. Farmers who were In thoir tlelos
sheltered themselves as best they oouUI
and many arrived home to find their
buildings destroyed and In some cases -wive
and children missing..
The storm paused almost as quickly a
It came up and left tho country desolate.
The damage caused by the tornado
which swept Rock county yesterday
will run up Into the hundred of thou-
(and of dollars, according to David At
wood, who made a trip into the' coun
try Immediately after the storm pusseii
Tickets to Ameri
Boxes of O'Brien's Caudy.
PalzcU's Ico Cream Bricks!
All are eiveu away freo to
tuossj'wbo find their names: iu
the want ad.
Read the want ads every Ua;
your namo will . appear aoiua
time may be more tbau once.-
No pussies to solve nor sub
scriptions to set Just read tbe
Turn to the waul ad pagca .
tbere :ou will find nearly every
business house iu the city rcp-reeeuted.
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