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UMA11A, SATUKDAY MUILNLSO, JULY lo, 1911 SIXTEEN IWUK-'
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POBC U PIS E DEATH :
LIST IS GROWING!
Only Days of Work by Organised!
Relief Parties Will Reveal Total !
Number of Dead.
W0ME3 A5D CHILDREN TO TOWNS
Hundreds of People at Porcupine
Awaitinj Trains Out of City.
TELL MA5Y HARROWI30 STORIES
C1- j: 4 t;- YN-he.'--
Splendid Tire Fighting Apparatus at
Big: Some Useless,
BODIES ARE IDENTIFIED
utated Area Comtprlmn AlMlt
Tea TkMMti Sojeare Mllfi
Or at aafferlas; Aaag
ALPENA. Mich.. July 11 Heavy rain
that began both at An Sable and Eaat Tawaa
la expected to be genersl throughout the
sorest Cra district ef earth era liichlgan.
COBALT. OnL. July lt-Every hour adds
to the Hat of tboaa dead, Injured and ren
dered destitute in tha fire which devas-
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aw ounw ox aeaa in me uimrtci re- (
malna largely a nUf of conjecture.
About ninety bodies either have been
burled or deaignaled for shipment In the
coffins now being rushed northward by tha
carload. Many persons are missing from
(flora densely populated townships. How
many of lha hundreds living in compara-
tiva Isolation have perished only days of ! discussion at th regular meeting of the
work by tha organised relief parties can cabinet.
reveal. A message from Porcupine early j Secretary of Agriculture Wilson said be
today stated that seven bodies bad Just 'o tha cabinet meeting that he did not
been found at the Vlpond mine. Their con- j know how soon the doctor's answer to ths
dition made Identification Impossibla charges against him might be expected.
Wen. women and children, thinly clad rSecretary Wlison also said today that he
and bearing marks of the awful fight
against Tames and smothering smoke, are
1111 flocking Into the larger towns in this
vicinity and North Bay. Those escaping
with slight Injuries or nana have gone
through to North Bay, t be carried free I
of charge by the Canadian Pacific railroad
and Orand Trunk railway to their destina
tions. Those more or less severely injured
are taken to the hospitals In Haileybury.
Cobalt. Uskeard and North Bay. AU these
hospitals are filled with sufferers.
Hundreds of people are at Porcupine I investigation immediately upon ths-lr re
awaiting special trains out. About j celpt. Secretary Wilson, Solicitor McCabe
already ha e left.
' Terrific Fialita far Life.
NORTH BAT. Ont.. July 14. Hundreds
f refugee are coming out of Porcupine
on special and regular trains and all tell
narrowing stories of terrific fight for life.
Many bodies ere reported atrewa along tha
At tha Big Dome mine a splendid fire
fighting apparat's,FJiT1,I. w1tn w
arful cramps anJV.enty haae, but noth
ing ecrald withstand the name. Tw sea
arad axtd sixty men were working- at this
mine. aadK la thought that all except tea
escaped. , -
When tha Bra struck tha Big- !
ran in all directions, soma went down tha
ahaft. others ran toward tha lake. One
r.n exhausted In a deep ditch and by
keeping hi- f w1th
three hours managaa to -
Those who went flown am -
fooatad. as tha shaft house ana even
-i- nf the shaft wans were o.
( feMUsa TtHaa
tersv bodies have oeew ' "
Hi Dome shaft and twenty-seven bodies
bav bean recovered at West Dome.
Reports from South Porcupine grow la
horror. On. rvivor declare, twenty-two
paopla were swept on a ran w
lake In tha storm, n ZlZL,
stood for fir. hour- In tha water where
tba only breath available was close t. the
watef s surface between
daahad spray over their heads. Many sank
eath Vh. water, and th. first rch
breught out nine bodies, from Porcupine
UBatlmataB of the number drowned range
from twenty .
Sevan bodies were
tweeq HolUngw and Mclntyra mme
- mile apart, and five bodies have
on . the Vlpond property
B ... in . .-d inkM.
trains with provisi-i. "
parted In over tha government
raTJS an? tha food supply at Porcuptn.
cTmTng out ofa
and North Bay i. crowded with
awaiting train, to their former homea.
The Night Hswk district .. ate. caught
1 " . . i i.aths were re-
by th namea ana ; ..w v
PyJ"" "Vr " comin, out with ban-
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X. A. WLLtiL Local Fwcawstec.
House Wants to Know
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Committee on Expenditures in De'
partment of Agriculture Will In
vestigate Clm-es at Once.
WASHINGTON. Jjly 14 Th charge
made against Dr. Harvey W. Wiley of th
bureau of chemistry will be taken up today
j Ly the huJM committee n exirndlturee in
: the liepartmeht of Agriculture.
j declared that the committee
j wanteil to know "who wanted Ir. Wiley
lfuwd. and why" the recommrmlatloo that
pure fC)jd, nptnt d;,missj. . ,h.
i rtaon therefor, ft l Mid, will be thor-
out hly (jcn into.
Representative Hone of Indiana, chair
man of the committee, railed It together
For half an hour previous to tha meeting
the democratic member were In conference
ard decided that the Invest 'nation should
be made. When the Investigation would
begin and various other detalla were left to
. the full committee.
I Letters and telegrams expressing confl
j dence in Ir. Harvey W. Wiley, the pure
food expert of the Department of Agricul
ture, and urging President Taft to consider
carefully the chargea made against hira by
'the personnel board of the department and i
endorsed by Attorney General Wickers ham, j
! cam pouring Into the White House today j
from vrr ,h country.
Many of the tneaasee were from com-'
! mercial organisations, others from personal !
"n""""". -nrrs irora .nai ,
friends of the president and of Dr. Wiley,
and still others from organisations espe
cially interested in Dr. Wiley'a work.
Neither the White House officials nor Dr.
Wiley had anything further to say today
about the ease, although it was up for
personally had had little to do with the !
Wiley case. He said, however, that the
personnel board which recommended hla
resignation was a permanent board such as
exists in most governmental departments;
that It had not acted hurriedly and that Its
conclusions had been reached after hear
The committee decided to call at once
upon Secretary of Agriculture Wilson for a
copy of all the charges, testimony and
I other papers in the case and to begin the
and members ef the personnel board which
recommended Wiley's removal probably will
be called first.
. Combine is Not a
Supreme Court of Minnesota Denies
Plea and Declares Company Combi
nation in Restraint of Trade.
ST. FACT July 14. The effort made by
the Creamery Package company, a Chicago
corporation, with subsidiary concerns in
Minnesota, to set itself up as a "reason
able" trust, within the meaning of the re
cent decisions of the federal supreme court
In the Standard Oil and Tobacco corn
bin, cases, came to naught today when the
state supreme court handed down a deci
sion In which the Creamery Package com
pany is declared to be a combination In re
straint of trade. Its license to do business
in Minnesota was revoked. The case will
bo appealed to the United States supreme
Laugh Over Telephone
Warns Smooth Grafter
"Prof." Herrinfton Makes Quick Get
away from Atlantic When He
Sees Game Tipped Off.
ATLANTIC. Ia.. July 14.-Special Tele
gram.) A laugh heard over tha telephone
last night kept the local police from catch
ing "Prof. Harrington, believed to be. a
very smooth grafter.
Henington thought he had Fred Earl, a
local plasterer, hooked on the charmed bag
game. . Earl was to come to Harrington's
room with tW cash. The "professor" bad
promised to put a little sack of money into
a big sack and tie it around Earl's neck,
where it was to remain for a week. Then
the professor said there would be t30a in
the sack and ha wanted (So for his work of
Earl was a little lata In getting to Herring-ton's
room and Harrington telephoned.
He heard a suspicious snicker ever the
telephone and skipped tha town lnstanter.
Earl had arranged for tha police to help
catch the grafter, but after that laugh
over the telephone Herrtngtoa could not
run fast enough.
Mark Twain's Estate
Nearly Half Million
All Property of the Late Humorist
Goes to His Daughter, Mrs.
NEW TORK. July 14.-Mark Twain left
actual property worth SsTl.iaS. An appraisal
of his estate filed today places this value
oa securities and real estate bequeathed
to his only surviving child. Mrs. GabrUo
wltco. when he died on April 21. UM.
Mr. Clemens left no real estate In New
Tork. Th value of hla personal estate
her waa S2.7(ri. This does not Include a
trunk full of manuscripts, th value of
which Is not specified In th appraisal.
The largest Item ia the list U ffty shares
of the Mark Twain company valued at
Italian Woman Who Rolled Husband
at Sault Ste. Marie, Canada, Will
Not Be Hanged.
OTTAWA. Ont.. July 14. Th cabinet
today commuted to life Imprisonment the
sentence ef death pa seed upoa th Itailas
weoutn. AageilM Neapolitano. for th mur
Aer of bar auba-4 al Sault Sta. Maria,
DENEEN TELLS OF
Hanery Attempts to Show Witness
Organizes legislatures Burin;
His Term at Governor.
CLASH OVER SUM IN ADDITION
Says Judge's Figures Are Correct, but
His Conclusions Wrong;.
HOPKINS COUTDNT BE ELECTED
Does Not Admit Hooted Firteen Are
AH Deneen Men.
POLITICAL LEADERS ABE RATED
Illinois (trrssr 1. 1 yea r'.sllmate at
Btaadlna; ml em Her mf (kleaxs
Mea aad klnti ews
risrn. WASHINGTON. July 1-For nearly six
hours today Oovetnur turret n of Illinois
underwent crrdw xamirati'tn b o'iiif1 fee
Senator Larimer, tonorjning the testimony
the governor Rave ycsterOay to Ihe senate
committee invectijratlni; the ejection of
Senator lxrlmer. It is expevud that to
morrow the governor will be eroKsexamlned
about events on the day lx.rinier wan
nearly every phase of Illinois politic
was ent.red Into by Attorney F.lbrldge
llanecy In crorsexamtr.hig the witness. The
testimony constitute, a h;.tory of political
alignments In Illinois from the time Mr.
Drneen was first elected state", attorney
for Cook country.
Mr. Hancy sought to show that it De
neen who organised the legislature during
his term as governor and not Irimer.
but Mr. Deneen ws certain that he dH
not dictate the chairmen of committees and
that Lorimcr had attended a conference
"somewhere" wherein . It was agreed to
have the minority republicans and demo
crats organise the house which voted for
less, la Arithsar tie.
Mr. Hanecy wujM to sliovr iat :f fif
teen Deneen men had voted for Hopkins on
the first day. balloting for senator Hop
klna would have been elected. Mr. De
neen was not willing to say that all these
fifteen were full-fledged reneen men.
"Hopkins received eixty-one votes In the
bouse." said Mr. Hanecy. "and these fif
teen more .would make seventy-six. and
that would have been enough to have
elected him. wouldn't It. for you say he had
a majority In the senate?"
I "Well, sixty-one and fifteen make aev.
enty-six." responded Mr. Deneen. "That
far you r ' e correct Tour addition Is cor
rect, but your conclusion is wrong. He
would have been elected had the sixty -one
not changed their votes, bat they would
Mr. Hanecy read from Mr. Deneen's
testimony yesterday In which he said his
friends retarded Hopkins' election untH
tha gu bares tarsal eleotloif-contest Vaiset-
vi-u, ana as sea ir the witness had th.
fifteen men -in mind when ha so testified.
Mr. Deneen said he had in mind Senator
Jones. Representatives Hull. Brady and
others Interested In his reforms.
Mr. Hanecy led Governor Deneen by a
long aeries of question, to give a rating
to the political standing of most of the
republican leaders of Chicago for several
years past. At one point Governor Deneen
said Lorlmer supported him for state's at
torney, but declined to give the senator all
tha credit for his nomination, either for
tha first or second term.
A long line of puestkns about the working
of the primary laws of Illinois evoked a
Protest by Senator Jones that the testimony
was Immaterial. Mr. Hanecy argued that
Governor Deneen had claimed credit for
passing the primary laws as reform meas
ure In face of the opposition of others and
yet the governor has continued to wield
K"-vr in maaiBg states In caucus and con
ference. Governor Deneen said he did not kno.
that Senator Lorlmer hi 190t refused to at
tend a conference after the passage of the
law because he Intended to obey It. Gov
ernor Deneen argued that th spirit and
letter of the laws were nn t . .
with by candidates being recommended to
the voters at the primaries.
Attorney Hanecey aoaght to show that
It was not Lorlmer but Deneen who organ
ised the legislatures during Governor Da
neon's administration. Governor Deneen de
nied this, although his friends supported
Speaker Sburtleff for head of the bouse
ResM. tor Saartleffe Papalarlty.
"The speaker's popularity which led ta
hla receiving sixty democratic votes in 10. "
raid th governor, "was because ha had
agreed to an Investigation of stats institu
tions to get campaign material againat m
and other reasons.
Mr. Hanecey wanted to know If his popu
larity and his democratic support were not
because Speaker Shurtleff was regarded by
(Continued on Second Pag.)
Howard is to Recite Poem
Learned When a Mere Child
N. M. Howard believes that It U
a good thing for boys and girls to
learn poems and Biblical quotations
for these will help them when tliey
When Mr. Howard waa a small boy
of S years old, ha learned a poem
hla first poem which has kept fresh
In his memory and been an inspira
tion to him up ta the present time.
And Mr. Howard I bow 83 year
young. Hs la going ta recita this
poem at the children's story hojr at
tha missionary summer school and
conference being held at the Unl- .
veraity of Omaha, next Tuesday.
Mr. Howard does not re member th
urns of tha poem, but It ha a
scriptural tham based upoa th
sUth chapter of Matthew. He says .
that tha vara a war la Murray's
English reader, which waa used
when he want to school
Mr. Howard recited some of hia
favorite aoema at th recaat old
settlers' picnic and racitee for th
children ta the Sunday school of
First Cxmgregational church, which
He Is a friend of all th children
and rarely fails to make some tittle
boy or girl happy with a piak wtntergr.ea candy and a (mil la bin kind brown
From the 8t- Loots Globe-Democrat
TUT OYER PRICE OF SUGAR
Frank C-Lowry Tries to Show that
Tariff Does Net Affect Values.
fREITITERIIS "ARSQRS TS
Wkea Asked ATsaat Aarreesarat ta
Raise Priewa He Bare His Cwsa
sasr ' K stave. Hwthlag
WASHINGTON. July . It. -Tilts between
Frank C. Lowry of the Federal Sugar Re
fining company and Representative Malby
of New Tork over th effect of th tariff
on the price of sugar enlivened the pro
ceedings of the bouse sugar( trust commit
tee today. Mr. Lowry yesterday told the
committee that a reduction In, the duty on
sugar would mean cheaper sugar to the
consumer, and Mr. Malby. quoting prices
and tariff rate, for various years, under
took today to demonstrate that prices are
regulated only by the law of supply and
Mr. Malby Insisted upon ""yes" and "no"
answers to his questions, and when Mr.
Lowry Invariably offered explanations for
figures read. Intimated that th witness
was being unfair to the committee and
practically refusing to answer. Mr. Malby
said In EMS Cuban raw sugar was admitted
at a duty of 1.34S cents a pound, while th
products from other countries carried a
rat of 1.SS5 cents a pound and that de
spite this reduction the price of refined
sugar to th consumers Increased.
Asked by Mr. Malby If the fact that
prices of sugar quoted by various com
panies on certain dates did sot suggest that
there waa an agreement between the com
panies, the witness said so far as the Fed
eral Susrar Refining company was con
cerned there was no such agreement. He
admitted that the advance in th price of
auger m the t'nited States during th last
thirty year was du to an Increase la the
world's price oa account of crop nswa.
Three prominent Louistsna sugar-esns
growers John Dymond, Theodore Wilkin
son and J. E. Burguerie. appeared before
th committee to testify today. They are
the first can growers summoned.
N. M. HOWARD.
SS Tears Old.
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Treaty is Signed in
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It Replaces- Treaty of Alliance and
Modifies Clause Relative to
Aid in War.- . . , .
LONDON, July 14. A revised Anglo-Japanese
treaty was signed in London yester
day. The fourth clause corroborate, the
Associated Press forecast from Tokio July
1L in which It was said. that Great Britain
proposed to modify the clause providing
mutual assistance in th event of war,
making the provision inapplicable In th
event that eithei party .to the agreement
waa ftghting a nation with whom th other
bad concluded a general arbitration treaty.
The treaty is to run for ten years from
date. The most important change from the
earlier agreement is embodied In the fourth
article providing- that if either party con
cludes a treaty of general arbitration with
a third power, the alliance shall not entail
an obligation to go te war with that
Th treaty replace th treaty of alliance
and th preamble states that the step is
taken because of changes which have taken
place In the situation sine th agreement
of alliance was signed.
WASHINGTON, July 14.-France. it was
announced today, I practically ready to
sign a general arbitration treaty with the
United State similar to th on with"
Ambassador Jueserand's visit to Paris,
where he now ia oa leave, is declared to
hav brought about this rapid determina
tion of the French foreign office to con
clude such a treaty with the United States,
The information reaching Washington Is
that the French government is in a most
complacent mood and it is now regarded as
possible that Secretary Knox will alga tha
treaties ,with Great Britain and Franc at
Federals Again in
Control in Puebla
Great . ,xiety Felt Because of Pos
sible jieturn ef Maderists with
PUEBLA. Mexico. July.ll.-The federals
are now in control of the city and state,
but Intense anxiety prevails on the part
of th people, who fear an early return
from th surrounding country of th
Maderists. who. It Is reported, hav been
reinforced by men under th command ef
Tapla. tha former leader In the state of
Vera Crux, and Zapatia, the troublesome
leader at Cueraavaca, .
There are auxiliary forces at Taeama
challo In the state of Puebla and from
small towns la the state of Morelos.
There Is momentary expectation for the
return of Maderiats, who captured a
train at St. Martin, tweaty-flve miles to
th north, last night, with th object of
obtaining more ammunition and guns.
Francisco I. Madera. Jr, and Governor
Canet are actively attempting to reetora
peae. Th Red Cross society and th
Whit Cross detachments from Mexico are
attending 'the wounded and burying th
McNamara Trial is
Set for October 10
LOS ANGELES. CaL. July 14Judg.
Bard well today set tb trial of tha Mc
Namara brothers for October ML
Th McNamara will b tried oat the first
of th nineteen murder indictment, found
as a result of th Time explosion.
Tb defease wanted th case delayed aatll
December, wall th prosecution Insisted
upon trial net later tbaa August L Tha de
cisis, wan at comprritTil.
DRIVES HUSBAND FROM HOME
Mrs. Lund of Boone is Denied Order
for Separate Maintenance.
PLAINTTFj? TWIC DIVORCED
Caart Revlesrd Evidence aaeV Bar
He Owe Sat Beliave Amf. Mas
Camld Live Happily with
. . . " Hv
BOONE. Ia., July 14. (Spactal.) Judge R.
M. Wright has Just handed down th fol
lowing decision la th famous Lund against
Lund separata maintenance suit. In which
he said that If the good Lord ever mad
a man with whom th woman ia th case
could live he would lik to see him. tor he
would b a wonderful phenomenon. Judge
Wright is a quiet, staid, aged Jurist, and
the decision coming frem blm is all the
mors remarkable. Ths curt says:
"When a bright, capable and fairly good
looking woman baa obtained a divorce
from two husbands oa the ground of deser
tion and has two or three times brought
actions tor divorce against her present hus
band bottomed on no Just ground, and
needlessly putting him to great and in
excusable expense In paying costs and at
torneys' fees on both sides; and when a
has had her husband lc arrested on the
grounds of drunkenness when the cfaarges
made were not true and her husband was
on neither charge convicted; when she
dogs her husband's footsteps Into public
places and openly and as th court believes
falsely acuse him of talking with lewd
women; when she goes to the hotel where
he has gone In search of peace, and after
he has retired, forces her way Into hla
room, and after creating a public uproar,
compels him to get up and go with her.
she comes Into court in an action for sepa
rate maintenance with many presumptions
of fact againat her.
All Evldeaew A gal as t Waaeaa.
"I hav given this case much thought,
car and attention, and hav triad to find
from the evidence soma way whereby 1
oould decide in her favor and award to her
soma money far maintenance, but I hav
beea unable to do so. Th great mass of
evidence la overwhelmingly against her;
and I hav beea forced to the conclusion
that If th good Lord aver created a man
with whom the plaintiff could live peace
ably and happily. I should Ilk to see him,
for certainly b would be th most wonder
ful phenomenon in the universe. She has
badgered her Jiusband with anhoyaacaa,
soma of them small, but all of them humili
ating to tb last degree,
Mmm Drive trass Hwsa.
! "At th end of it all. i am forced to the
conclusion that the defendant was prac
tically driven away from home, and that
b was fully Justified In leaving It. as life
there for him had bacam not merely ex
tremely difficult, but impossible. After
the plaintiff had threatened' to shoot him
he a as Justified la notifying the merchants
a longer to extend credit te plaintiff en
his account, and that after hla repeated
trials he was Justified In packing up his
llttl personal effects and leaving plain Oft
and 1st afterward refusing I go back to th
ah sol that h had left.
Ice Famine Broken
by Big Shipment
MEW TORJC July Jt-The ice famine
aer precipitated by tha recent not weather
was relieved today by the arrival af twelv
bts to bargee fully laden. Thla, however,
will avot tarsniaat th district tlorayt
invealtxauoa. prompted by Mayor Gaynor,
Into charge that th Kaitkarbackar Ice
cMBpaay unjustly bcmi4 th prke ef to
la retailers during th stress; ef weather.
Te poUc detective have been workina
a the case and there Is a possibility of JU
y tha fraad r. .
Upper Cbamber Fixes Date for Ballot
ing: on Canadian Reciprocity
Treaty Without Opposition.
ADJOURN PROBABLY AUGUST 7
Time Arranged for WooL Free List,
Reapportionment and Statehood.
FORECASTS END OF LONG FIGHT
Original Suggestion is Made
Senator La Follette.
CAMPAIGN PUBLICITY OMITTED
Pearaaa Asssiseei Isapesslble ta law
rlade A ay Mere gaee4. la fsefU
alte A a re feat Were b
Preas Dlre Vate
WASHINGTON. July 14. An agreement
to vote on th Canadian reciprocity bill on '
July tt was sdopted In tb senate today
without opposition. Agreements were also
made fot votes on other measures, which
will carry the session through the legiels-
tlve day of August 7, Immediately after
which conrre a will adjourn. Th agree
ment In full reached at a conference ef the
various elements of the senate at 1 o'clock
today and later adopted In the senate calls
for vote as follows:
July C Canadian reciprocity.
July 27 Wool revision bill.
August 1 Free list bill.
August J Congressional reapportionment
August 7 Arisona-New Mexico sinienooa
All the bllla Included In the agreernent al
ready have passed the house. If amend
ments are made to them they will be still
subject to quick conference between th
representatives of th two houses.
The "legislative dsy" for statenooa woma
permit a Teoess" from day to day If found
necessary. Such a contingency nwv
garded as probable.
The agreement following a series of con
ferences between Senators Penrose. La
Follette. Martin, 8 moot. Bailey. Stone. Bur
ton. Borah, Brlstow, Bourn and other
senator, was formally offered In th sen
ate by Senator Penrose as leader of the
La rallette Take Lewdj
The origins! suggestion for an agreement
was mad by Senator La Follette. repuh
ncan Insurgent, who was willing to fix an
earlier date than that named for the vote
on reciprocity. The demend for a later
date was made by others wti desire to
speak on th bill. Many obstacle t fix
ing the dates were encountered.
Senator Borah Insisted on a data for con
sideration of a conference report on the
Joint resolution for the election of United
State senators by direct vote of th Peo
ple, and the vot on statehood was fixed
for the 'neglslatlve day" of Ausjust t In
stead of the calendar day of that date rn
ardor te- protect the popuVar el actio btU.
As soon as the agreement waa reached
and reported to the senate th aoquteaoe-ce
of the regular democrat, was expressed by
"W think ample time has been allowed
for the debate of air measures." said Sena
tor Martin. ''-.-'
Senator La Follette agreed that all In
terests In the senate had beea consulted
and that It had been deemed wise ta agree
upon dates when all of the Important bills
now pending could be aisposea ox.
Beelsreelly Bekate Prasaiy Over.
End f traarl Forecasted.
The understanding forecasts th nd of
a long struggle In th senate over th reci
procity and democratic tariff measures.
The final votes will not be taken on th
bills until tb dates fixed, but amendment.
can be disposed of from time to time.
No agreement waa reached on the cam
paign publicity bill. Senator Penrose, re
publican leader, announced that it had
been found impossible to Include la th defi
nite agreement any more subjects than
those named. Senator Martin, democratic
leader, assured Senator Kenyon. republican
Insurgent that the democrats would mak
ever effort to secure a vote oa the pub
licity measure which would require pub
licity f campaign funds before election.
Senator Borah Is determined to press the
Joint resolution providing for th election
of senators by direct- vote, and will lose
no chsne to bring about aa agreement be
tween th conferees on that measure. H
has not satisfied them and they now hav
s greed to their first meeting within th
next dsy or two.
Bristaw Asaeadsaeat Isaacs.
Th Brlstow amendment to th Canadian
reciprocity bill, proposing a reduction of
th sugsr tariff and th abohabment of
th "Dutch standard" basis of assessing
tariff on imported sugar, was defeated this
afternoon. 17 to a after Senator Brlstow
had mad an exhaustive speech on th
Senator Cummins introduced additional
amendments to th bill,' on providing for
a reduction of th duty oa steel beam,
girders and Ilk products, and th other
for a reduction of th duty on oilcloth and
With the fate of reciprocity predetermined
In favor of that measure, senators already
are speculating on th possible result of
the promised vote, on th two tariff bills
wool and free list, included la today's aaree
ment. No on would undertake to predict
the outcome, but all agreed on th point
that th success or failure ef tha measure
denpends entirely upon whether th demo
crats and insurgent republicans can get
together on any ltn of action.
, Sec I Released aa Ball.
CHICAGO. July 14. Evelyn Arthur Bee.
convicted yesterday of the abduction of
Mildred Brtds-ea. was admitted to ban la
the sum of ti,.
Boxes of O'Brien's
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Quart bricks of D&lzell'a
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