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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1909)
Will Submit Question of Income
Tax to the States,
FINAL VOTE IS UNANIMOUS.
Senator Bailey's Amendment Modify
ing the Brown Measure Is Voted
Down Customs Court Feature Is
Accepted Without Division More
Accomplished In 8enate Than at
Any Time This Session.
Wnsliliiglon, July C The senate de
voted the duy to the consideration of
tho ndmlnistrntlvo provisions of tlio
' tnrlrr hill nnd to tho Drown resolution
providing for tho submission of the
question of nn .income tnx to tlio log
iBlntures of tlio variouu states. The
best light of tho day was lundo by Sen
ator Hnynor against tho customs court
fenturo of tho administrative amond
tncnt. The provision occupied the at
tention for about three hours and ulti
mately was nccoptOd without division.
Tho proposed court is to consist of
flvo membors nnd it Js intended to su
persede the United States 'circuit
courts in customs matters
Not slnco the tariff Jb'I u 3 come
into the sonnto lias so much (icon ac
complished within a day.
Attention was given to tho draw
back foatuio to tho bill, relative to
which tho flnnnco committee made no
rocommondntlou loond slrjklng out
tlio house provision, which would have
the offoct of throwing tho whole quos
tlon into conference In the ncnalo,
however, several Amendments wore
made, some of which were submitted
at Senator McCumber's Instance to
satisfy tho grain producers of the
northwest. A number of other minor
additions wore also mudo nnd all the
administration features disposed of.
Tho .income tax resolution of Sena
tor Drown (Neb ) was ndopted. The
resolution submits to tho legislatures
of the states an amendment to the na
tional constitution providing that "the
congress shall have power to lay and
collect taxes on incomes, from whnt
evor source dorlvcd, without nppor
tlonmont among tho soornl states
and without rogniuto any census or
enumeration." There Avas threo hours
of debate over this monsurq, tho prin
cipal coutest boing over an amend
ment by Sonator Dalloy submitting
tho nmondmont to rv--- 'n tho
BtntOB IiiHtcnd of th; .i!' n tUntH ipt;
islntyrca. Tho nmondmont was de
feated, tho division holm: 'a, eo'y along
pnity lincB. Tho Dr-vi amendment
was adopted unnntir.,.i.i!y.
Cigar Men V '.r rV .J.
Cigar nianufneturors who were giv
en u hearing by tho subcommittee oa
finance succeeded ,in defeating tho
jiroposod lncreaso from $3 to J3.G0 a
thousand In tho Interim! rovenv.o tax
on cigars. Tho subcommittee, ho ,vovor,
voted to rocommond Increases on
practically all other forms of manu
Tho flubcommtttoo will recommenl
tho ndoptlon of tho anti-coupon pro
vision of the Bcvorl' " ?--.
FOOD LAW Uiv . I. .J
Hearing Before national Board of In
spection on Use of Chemicals.
"Washington, July C The rigid en
forcement of tho puro food law was
again under flro today at tlio general
I'earlng of tho protests against somo
oi' Us provisions hold boforo tho na-ti-
il board of food and drug Inspec
t.oc 't tho department of agriculture.
The sJect of tho hearing was tho use
o.' sodr. potash, ammonln, alum and
oiNii e. Meals Jin food and tho effect
of the i or such Ingredients on the
he-slth r t'm onsumer.
The'r' -ntod IiearlngB to tho
roj-e.a i a , manufacturers, who
cor'eVci ihr t':-. -ise of small quan
til! o cvm :. 3 i- needed to Insure
t'.e pre: '--. of i 'In propor con
c'it'oi ntu v.. -jca . Is not dotri
lneitul tn hM'th. In o ositlon tho
govfiin.cut e jcita ?r' others de
clared that oxperlTunta n domon
EtiRtod tV deictic, a . ... - such
use of ch-mlcals.
De$ettt?.r.t3 of Snira 1,'czi.
rhllodelpLin. Jul, 6.-11 rW
amnanl conjress of th drse n.t
of tho slsMrs of t'a- Derla-rt-- of
Independence convened here 1 viri t
rhurch where 133 jearj ago their '"
fathors gatliored Iraaiadiately aMer t"."
adoption of the now fchtnric doruuisnt.
The Row George Washington Camo
jreachod tho sermoi.
Good Roads Ccnrress Mscts.
Seattle. Wash., July 0 The Na
tlqnal Gcod Roads congress mot at th-Alsska-Yukon-PncMc
0. EldrUgo of Washington spote ca
earth, eand, clay and travel roni!
Andrew Rlakor of Minnenco'li tout
Low s iccsful wood block ravt-aionts
had ba?n In that city.
Farmhand Hsld for Triple Murder.
Abe.dJCB. B D., July 6. KatH v
tor, the farmhand, who was arrest d
on r. 1- i"ton cf Vavnj murdered J. V
Ch:lst: hh wife aad '.cighter, M.I
dn-i', r ; fti n jea'oli! Ml 1 ?" R i
an, -v!a tela to nua't tv.e :ctlii .
No : -nad i R- ' jy Strike
x". ict. j-i:$.-Vra-e w'u ie vc
n i ('' rprr-!lin XcrtVern rail
v. i i a iV . '.'?i , ''i-s ta.ii'
Ik i . i e- A' 1ischar-ti' ' -jgi
JH u !' ' , r s' ! an-l wa es In
f ' to i! 'c p ' r! ! j tv
r i -
WOMAN SUFFRAGE ELECTION
Rev. Anna H. Shaw Is Chosen Presi
dent at Seattle Convention.
Seattle, Wnsn , July i. Tho na
tional convent, on ot th National
Woman Suffrage association elected
the lollowlng officers; President, Rov.
Annn H. Shnw, Moylan, Pa.j first vice
ptesidcut, Mrs. Rachel Foster Avery,
Swarthmore, Pa., second vice presi
dent, Mrs. Florence Kelley, New
York; corresponding secretary, Miss
Kato M. Gordon, New Orlenns; record-
REV. ANNA II SHAW.
Ing secretary, Mrs. Ella S. Stcwnrt,
Chlcngo; ticasuror, MrB. Han lot Tny
lor Upton, Warren, O.; first auditor,
Miss Laura Clay, Lexington, Ky.; sec
ond auditor, MIsb Allco Stone Dlnck
BURNED TO DEATH IN HOUSE
Two Children of Former lowart3 Per.
Ish In South Dakota.
Contorvlllo, In., Jul (i. Word has
been rccclvod hero that tho two chil
dren of Mr and Mrs, Albert Wendlnnd,
formoiiy of this plncb, were burned to
(loath In their homo near Oelrirhs, S.
1). Mrs. Wendlnnd is a slater of O. A.
Twoody, cashlor of tho Union Savings
Mr. and Mis. Wondlnnd and his
hi other wont to South Dakota InBt Do
comber. It appears that Mrs. Wond
lnnd wns In tho gnrdon at work when
tho house caught flro and hofore aho
could roach tho scone It wns In Haines
rtnd nothing could bo done to save
the llttlo ones who were .Inside.
Tho little victims wore Morna, aged
four, and Muriel, aged two.
KILLED BY GIANT CRACKER
A. G. Langham, Prominent Louisville
Louisville, July. C The tinenvlabo
distinction of having made the mc3t
notable sacrlflco to patilotlsm by rea
son or Independence dny celebration
this j oar will probably fall to Louis
vlllo through tho death at Seymour,
Ind., of Aithur Granville Langhnm,
former president of the Provjdent Llfo
Assurance society. Mr. Langham
nover recovorod from the effocts of
having had his right hand shnttered
by the explosion of a cannon cracker.
Little Loss at Chicago.
Chicago, July G.Tho promise of a
"sane" celebration was cnrrled out In
tho "final results" of accldonts here.
Only thirty-five accidents have been
reported, the majority of these of minor
character. There was ono death. The
victim was George Willy, thrown from
his buggy when his horse ran nwny,
frightened by a firecracker.
Cannon Explosion Kills Two.
Camden, N. J., July C During a
celebration In Reservoir park n can
non exploded, n piece of which killed
Mrs. Emma Ilobol, aged twenty-five
years, and her six-weeks-old infant,
fatally Injured Charles Nulllnn, aged
seventeen years, and badly hurt
Gcorgo Houser, aged nineteen years.
Four Killed In New York.
New York, July fi. Four dead, three
of them children; 332 persons Jnjured,
nine of them dnngerously nnd so seri
ously thut death seems certain, was
tho Fourth of July record in New
York nnd Brooklyn.
Three Dead at St. Louis.
SL Louis, July C Two doaths were
added to Monday's fatality nnd 205 In
irod as Incident to the Independence
LIVE STOCK MARKETS
CiV-. .""'ces at Chicago Shade Lower.
Hogs Are Higher.
I U?. t Tuly 5. Cattle Receipts.
"- - - 'to 10c lower; beeves,
SJ.iuc. ... o - s and heifers, $2.60
C(t;t,i.i.o, ' feeders, ?3.C0 05.25;
ii ;ia, Sj t -. Hogs Receipts,
Hi"' : l .i i. "r; top for the
i.;. 3- i . 2.. ... n.. butchers, $7.00
QlZ; . ol t, t. c.vw ' oavy, $7.90
kSw; ic. .... .-, ;,-. 7.85; light,
5T.6i:.a.:iV; Uc :-. .t . ;.SOS.10;
lis. VJC7Ci ttec. ;celpts,
1) ." j n.-;. t, -ilt. xwi. ;heep,
? .::v C-Jk ; iaaia, C-50C .' U.
Ss.-th Omh f'.t .t:-1-.
ea'pti, t,Jvj tic'.; n ,t .
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Mr. tiz: t" t- r
Champlain Celebrating its Ter
centenary PRESIDENT TAFT PRESENT,
With Vice President Sherman, Speak
er Cannon and Other Prominent Men
He Will Help to Celebrate Three
Hundredth Anniversary of Lake's
Discovery as Well as Memorable
Events Along Its Shores.
Crown Point, N. Y., July C With
the review of tho Tenth regiment of
tho nntional guard of the state of New
York, addresses by Governor Hughea
and others and Indian pageants,
Crown Point begins today tho week's
celebration of tho three hundredth au
nlversary of the discover of Iake
Chnmplaln by the French exploier
from whom It takes Its name. Before
the end of the week the celebration
w.111 have extended nil along the 11C
miles' length of the beautiful lake and
will have drawn to itself thousands of
visitors from tho bui rounding country
ns well ns from othor parts of the
United Stntes and the nearby Domln
ion of Canada. A goodly portion ot
the throngs who will witness the pa
rades, etc., aro already assembled In
Tho celebration commemorates not
only tho tercentenary of the dIgcoery
of the lake, but also the events In
American Itfstbry In which the places
situated on the lnkc have taken part
Tho list of celebration points reads
almost like n rosumo of American his
tory in tho seventeenth nnd eighteenth
ceutuilos and tho beginning of the
nineteenth. In it aro included Crown
Point, TIconderogn, Isle I.amotte and
other localIUe-3 In which tho French
and the English, nldod on each side by
the Indiana, fought for supieirac and
In which, nfter the Issues of t int long
striigglo were decided In tavor of
Anglo Snxon civilization, the Amer
icans and their British kinsfolk fought
Jn the Revolutionary war nnd the war
Prominent Men Taking Part.
To holp In tho commemoration of
the hnttles and slegos nnd historic
meetings President Taft, Vice Presi
dent Sherman, Speaker Cannon, Am
bassadors Dryce and Jussernnd, Gov
ornor Prouty of Vermont, Governor
Htighos of Now York, Earl Grey, gov
ernor gonoral of Canada; Premier
Laurler of tho Dominion nnd n h03t
of other distinguished men will visit
the vnrlous points of Interest nnd de
liver addi esses. Prosldont Taft's first
formal nppearance will ho made to
morrow nt Fort Tlcunderosa, tho
scene of the triumph of Ethan Allen,
May 10, 1775. Tho principal addi esses
there will be delivered by Speaker
Cannon nnd -Hamilton W. Mnble. editor
of tho Outlook, but President Taft and
the othor distinguished guests will
also speak. Later tho party of guests
of honor will leave for the Hotel
Chnmplnln, on Bluff Point, wheie the
New Yoik state Lake Champlain ter
centenary commission will eutertnln
The principal fete day will come on
Wednesday at Plattsburg. On his
way to Plattsburg tho president and
his party will v.lsit tho Catholic Sum
mer school nt Cliff Haven and will
stop at the summer residence of Smith
M. Weed for luncheon. In tho after
noon there will bo a mllltnry purade,
followed by more speeches, nnd In the
e-.cnltig tho president nnd the other
g.iests will attend a banquet at the
Hotel Champlain. On Thursday the
president and the men of international
promlnenro will bo tho guiFt3 ot the
state or Vermont at Burlington. Mr.
Taft will probably leave on Friday,
but the colebraUon will continue at
Isle Lamotto with the dedication of
a groat granite bowlder suitably In
scribed to the memory of Colonel Seth
Warner, lleutennnt to Ethan Allen nt
tho taking of Fort Tlconderoga nnd
hlmsolf the captor of the old fort at
Crown Point. Tho bowlder will also
commemorate the heroic deeds of Cap
tain Remember Bnkor, a famous scout
and Indian flghtor of tho colonial days.
Land and wntor pageants of all
sorts, automobile parades, motorboai
races, fireworks, bonfires and every
imaginable feature of nn outdoor fete
will bo called into play during the eel
ebratlon.- An especially interesting
feature is tho floating Island, built to
represent a real Island, with trees
and Bhrubbery, and bo constructed that
Jt can be towed from one part of Lake
Chnmplaln to another. On It will be
shown reproductions of somo of tho
famous battlos with the Indians fought
on and near the shores of tho lake. '
Cornell Crews Make Clean Sweep.
Poughkeepsle, N. Y., July 3. Cor
nell's crews made a clean sweep of
tho fifteenth annual regatta of tho
Intercollegiate Rowing association,
Just as those of her sister university
in New England won over Yale at
Now Ixmdon. But Cornell did more
than dofeat the crews of tho othor
four unlvorsltlos represented in the
aces; Bhe established two records for
- two-mile course, ono In tho varsity
oared race and anothor in the
en eight oared race. Altocotn.
s a great day for tho colle
' Stuyvesant Is DeaU
" Rutherford Stuyve
Mrs. Henry White,
The Re-inforce Reformative Sale
at the Sacrifice Removal Bargain Store
have commenced this offer Thursday, July S-9, and will continue
until the remaining stock Is sold
Ladies' voile, panama and serge Skirts
will go at io per cent less than
the former sale price
Silk mercerized and satin underskirts
which will go as follows:
$5.00 the former sale
price, now to go for.. $4.65
$1.65 the former sale
price, now to go for. . 1.48
Si.25 the former sale
price, now to go for . . 1.10
85c the former sale
price, now to go for.. .80
Waists in fancy silk net and tailored to
go as follows:
$6.00 the former sale price, now. . . .$4.98
4.50 the former sale price, now 3.78
2.75 the former sale price, now 2.38
. 1. 19 the former sale price, now. . . . 1.00
i fdt less than
NOTIONS and other nic
ALL THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD PRIOR TO THE DATE MENTIONED
COME AND SEE ME, THE LEADER OF ALL BARGAINS
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Meat Market in
P SHOP OPEN from 6:30 a. in. to 7 p. in. Saturday, until 10 p. in. Sun
ijf day, 8 to 10 a. in. tCth and 17th of each month, until 9 p. m.
lb Meat will be delivered from 7 a- m. to 6:30 p. m.
Bargains as follows
now to go,
nacs will sell
R . Si m
A L, A CE; 1
- . 2HIE!E3E.3Sr.
Miss Rose C- Herman
Cashier and Bookkeeper
Joseph S. Saxton - Meat Cutter
Jake H. Herman Stock Buyer
Jos. Skala, Sausagemaker and Butcher
John B, Herman Assistant
Win. C- Herman Delivery Boy
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Meats, rresn and cured,
Try our home-made
Attention Given to Phone Orders
LADIES' BELTS AND COLLARS
Former sale price of belts 85c, 68c
and 48c, now to go at 42c
Collars and neckwear gifts, 75c, 65c
and 50c, now to go at 35c
I also have various styles of Irish cro
chet net collars that will have to be sold
below cost. It will pay anyone to, come
and see them.
Hosiery and Handkerchiefs at Cost
Dress goods in reasonable offers
Regular 7c prints for 5jc
Regular Sc Ginghams now go for. .6jc
'Regular 25c Potomac ticking, now. ..17c
Cabot bleached muslin, formerly
sold for 12c, now to go at 9c
spun scarfs, the latest
formerly sold for $1.50,
Barrettes and hair apparel of various
kinds to go at cost
Embroideries and lace at the former sale
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