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VOL. XLll-NO. 255.
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SENATE DECLINES TO
Finance Committee Takes Stand
that House Covered Ground
EXPECTS TO ACT PROMPTLY
Will Try to Get Bill Out of Com
mittee in Ten Says.
HOUSE CAUCUS IN SESSION
Chemical Schedule of Bill Approved
Early in Day.
MEMBERS GO TO BALL GAME!
Speaker Clurk linn Great Difficulty
In KcepliiK Quorum Present
After U O'clock Mny Ad
vnucc SiiKur Date.
WASHINGTON. April lO.-Tho senate
finance committee has determined not to
have hearings on the tariff bill. Manu
facturers lt many lines of Industry nave
appealed to Chairman Simmons and other
members of the committee for an oppor
tunity to present arguments against the
rates proposed In the I'nderwood bill.
The senate committee members take the
position, however, that the hearings con
ducted by Uui house ways and means
committee In Jnnuary wcro sufficiently
thorough to cover practically all the
points the senate .needs to consider In
connection with the tariff tevlalon.
It Is believed now that the tariff ulll,
after It finally reaches the senate, will
not remain In the committee more than
ten days. Some expert testimony and
some new Information upon certain dis
puted ideas may be secured by the com
mittee, but no open hearings will bo held.
The senate was not In session today
and members continued the study of the
tariff bill In private. Republican forces
are preparing for a united attack on the
democratic revision on the ground that
It not only destroys all protection to
many American Industries, but that in
many features it practically Is a free
trade bill. It Is expected that a confer
ence of republicans will be held within
a few days to discuss some of the more
drastic, features of the proposed demo
Chcmlcnl Schedule Approved.
Houso democrats met to resume consid
eration of the tariff bill In cautfus when
tbo house adjourned. The chemical
schedule having been approved exactly
rs written by the ways 'and means com
mittee, the earthen and glassware sched
ule was next. Considerable opposition to
some of the cuts on pottery come lrom
Now Jersey and Pennsylvania members.
The house democrats have demonstrated
that a good working majority is at
hand and this seems to Indicate that the
caucus will eventually ratify tlie sched
ules as presented Including free raw
wool and the 25 per cent cut In sugar,
with the provision for Its going on the
free list In three years.
There are assurances, however, that
such a result will not be accomplished
without a fight. Opposition forces are
preparing for a duty on raw wool and
to eliminate the free sugar proviso.
Opponents of free wool aro making the
argument that the party went to the
people In the last election committed to
. (Continued on Page Two.)
SWAN WILL BE APPOINTED
POSTMASTER AT BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON', April 30. President
Wilson told Representative Konlg of
Maryland today that he would appoint
Sherlock Swan postmaster at Baltimore.
Mr. Konlg presented the name of Col
onel Rollins, who also had the support of
Senator John W. Smith. White House
callers. Interpreted the president's state
ment as an indication of recognition of
the Marbury faction In the Maryland
GREAT BRITAIN WILL OFFER
TO LIMIT NAVAL PROGRAM
BERLIN, April 10. The British govern
ment Intends after conclusion of the Bal
kan war, to approach Germany with a
definite plan to stop the naval ship build
ing programs of the two countries during
the fiscal year 1914-15, according to the
Taegllche Rundschau. Winston Spencer
Churchill, first lord of the British ad
miralty, may pay a personal visit to Ber
lin with this object In view.
MURDOCK INTRODUCES BILL
FOR PURE FABRICS
WASHINGTON, April 10. Representa
tive Murdock, the progressive leader In
the house, wants clothing manufacturers
who mark goods "all wool' when they are
not. fined and Jailed. He put In a bill
today proposing a series of labels rang.
Ing from "pure wool" to "mixed goods,"
which would hold manufacturers reanon
slble for proper labelllns of their goods.
The penalties range from 1300 to 11.000
fine to a year In prison.
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Magnate Says Free
Cotton Plank Would
Have Beaten Wilson
WASHINGTON. April 10.-At the Him!
session of the convention of the American
Cottno Manufacturers' association S. W.
Cramer of Charlotte, N. C, was elected
During the discussion of the propored
reduction In cotton tariff 'rates retiring
President Erwln took issue with Secre
tary Kedfleld, who yesterday declared
that If the cotton Industry needed pro
tection Its members will be Industrial
Mr. Hrwln declared that Secretary Red
field knows little or nothing regard'tig
the cotton Industry, and that he wniUJ
not have made his t email, had ho been
familiar with conditions.
"I am satisfied," continued Mr. I?nvi
"that President Wilson will Jnsltt thai
certain measures be enacted In confo'i'i-
Ity with party pledges, possibly free wooi,
free steel and free sugar. Hut I hnvo
never seen any pledge regarding frtc 01
nearly free cotton. If there had beou
such n party pledge Mr. 'WSIhoii would
not be president of the United State? to.
Tho report of the commltteo on tariff
declared If the proposed tariff 6n cotton
becomes law It will "do Irreparable In
Injury to tho Industry and cause a condi
tion of depression In cotton manufactur
ing that will bo appalling.
Uncle Sam May Take
Charge of the Union
' and Southern Pacific
WASHINGTON. April 10.-Thcre is a
probability of the government taking
charge of the properties of the Union
Pacific-Southern Pacific merger through
a receivership It the United States court
at St. Louis docs not approvo the new
plan of dissolution, rejected by Attorney
It developed today that there Is serious
doubt among officials of the Department
of Justice as to the power of the St.
Louis court to extend the time limit
given by the supreme'eourt within which
to accomplish the disintegration under
the Sherman law. The railroads have
until May 10 to present a plan of disso
lution acceptable to the court. Falling
to comply with the condition, the su
preme court provided for settlement by
Mr, McReynolds today was advised
that the railroad hopes to submit Its
pjan to the court nn April 21- The at
torney, general- will appose Its approval,
though he may not go to Su Louis.
Cold Storage is
Given as Cause of
High Living Cost
WASHINGTON, April 10. Higher prices
for cold storage products have been the
rule ever since the Industry became
commercially important as shown by
data for more than thirty years back
collected by the Department of Agri
culture. George K. Holmes, chief of the
division of production and distribution
of the department, has discovered from a
comprehensive study of these figures
that during the years 1002 to 1911, there
was a "general but not invariable rise of
price to a higher level," as compared
with prices In preceding years before cold
storage was a developed Industry.
As to uniformity of prices he finds
that "the contention of the cold storage
Interests that cold storage has counted
for uniformity of prices Is largely true,
although It Is not true for all commod
ities nor for all comparisons of years and
periods of years."
There is a tendency towards such uni
formity, he says In dressed poultry, but
ter, eggs and mutton, while the reverse Is
true as to fresh beef and fresh pork.
Trainload of Piling
Making Record Time
PITTSBURGH. Pa.. April 10.-A train
leaded with steel piling left Plttspurgh
at express speed this morning with the
hope that It will reach New Orleans In
time to save that city from the rapidly
rising waters of the Mississippi.
When It became evident that the flood
waters of the Ohio and Its tributaries
would endanger the levees on the lower
Mississippi, the government placed an
order with a Pittsburgh mill for steel
piling to be used In strengtnemng the em
bankment. Every man and machine thai
could be pressed Into service were put
to work in tho mill and the order was
filled last night. The seventeen cars were
loaded bofere daybreak, and ten minutes
later the train dashed away. Kvery mile
of track In front of it is to b olearad
to avoid delay, and whaj Is expected to
bi the record freight run In the trans
portation history of the country Is under
The government officer In charge of
the train expected to cover the distance
In time to beat the flood waters to the
NEW ORLEANS. April 10,-Captaln
C. O. Sherrill, chief of the United 8tates
engineers, In charge of the levee work
from Vlcksburg. south, has large forces
of men strengthening the levees and
raising them from two to three feet above
the high water stages of 1911. State and
city engineers assert there Is not the
slightest danger In the vicinity of New
TWELVE PERSONS HURT
IN WRECK ON 'FRISCO
FORT SCOTT. Kan.. April 10. Twlve
persons were Injured, none fatally, when
two coaches and the mall car on north
bound passenger train No. 10, on the St
Louis & San Francisco railroad, left the
tracks and turned over two miles north
of Lockwood, Mo., today. Spreading rails
was the cause,
HAMPERED BY SNOW
Severe Blizzards in Western Ne
braska and Bordering States
Tie Up the Lines. '
FREIGHT TRAINS BLOCKED '
Service Between Long Pine and
Chadron on Northwestern Off.
CROP CONDITIONS THE BEST
Experts Say Ground is in Perfect '
Shape for Winter Wheat.
RAIN IS FOLLOWED BY SNOW
I'rcclpltntlnn' In Onmlin linn llecn
Nearly Two Inches Since Sunday
Clrnrlnsr Weather Pre
dicted for Friday.
Heavy snowstorms In Nebraska and the
sUtes bordering on tho western line of
the state greatly hampered railroad ser
vices lust night and this morning. Pas
senger trains eafct-bound on tho North
western were running from one to thtee
hours late and weic following snow
plows ordcii'd out lait night.
The Northwestern railroad reported
from two to seven Inches of snow from
Norfolk to the sand hills. Freight ser
vice on this road between Long Pine and
Chadron wus entirely suspended until
the tracks wore cleared. Operations will
bo resumed this afternoon.
On the Wymore. McCook and Sterling
divisions tho Burlington reported between
one and ten Inches of snow, but this was
melting fast nnd would disappear almost
entirely before tonight. Train No. 2.
which left Denver last night for Chlcugo,
ran Into a snowdrift at Akron and was
delayed two and one-half hours.
The Milwaukee reported thalthe Pa
cific Limited bound for Chicago was
over two hours late and the Rock Island,
which left Denver last night, was only
fifteen minutes late:
In Omaha the rain last night turned
Into snow and the precipitation ulnct.
Sunday night when the rain first began
to fall until this morning, was 1.78 Inches.
Prospects, however, are for clear weather
tomorrow and a slight rise la tempera
ture. Record for Sioux City.
SIOUX CITY, la.. April U-(Speclal
Telegram.) The heaviest snowstorm of
the .year is still in progress. The govern
ment reports thirteen inches' fall up to
9 a-Tn. and.' the' snow Is still Tiling "rica
vly. 'Telegraph and telephone service Is
demoralized. There is absolutely no
stiect car traffic. Trees were felled by
the weight of the snow and wlrea arj
down ull over the city. It Is a record
EUSTIS, Neb., April 10.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Snow commenced falling here
about 10 o'clock Wednesday forenoon
and continued until 2 p. m. today. While
the snow was very damp, It has drifted
badly. All railroad traffic on this branch
of the Burlington Is tied up and probably
wll not bo resumed before Saturday.
This April snow will be of Immense
value to the wheat fields. Reports from
points farther west Indicate a hiavlcr
snowfall. There waa about seven Inches
of snow hero.
Dr. Friedmann Asked
to Speak at Dinner
of Gridiron Club
PROVIDENCE, R. I., April 10. Dr. F.
F. Friedman received an Invitation today
to speak at the Gridiron club banquet nt
Washington Saturday night and said that
he would accept, If possible.
The physician denied that he had made
any contract as alleged with Dr. Albert
Von Hoffman of St. Louis for tho dis
position of his vaccine.
Dr. Friedmann has agreed to treat a
friend of aovernor Miller of Delaware
with hla vaccine if the patient can be
brought here without danger of relapse.
The National Capital
Thursday, April 10, 10KI.
Not In session; meets at noon Saturday.
Finance committee democrats met and
considered new tariff bill.
Representative Stephens (Cal.) intro
duced bill directing Panama Railroad
company to establish Pacific steamship
line in connection with Atlantic line.
Represetatlve Hobson Introduced Joint
resolution for constitutional amendment
for direct election of president and slntrle
ven-year term; Representative Barth
oldt, one to limit presidential tenure to
two four-year terms; Representative
feeley one to provide popular election of
United States district Judges every six
Representative Bartholdt Introduced
resolution for commission to fix boun
daries of North and South American na
tions. Representative Clark Introduced resolu
tion for special committee to Investigate
various legislative and executive commit
tees; Representative Austin one to In
vestigate tobacco pool at Henderson. ICY.,
and Representative Lobeck one to Investi
gate prices palu by the government for
The president would be authorized to
Invite foielgn nations to participate In
naval parade at the opening of the Pan
ama canal by a resolution Introduced by
Representative Flood Introduced a reso
lution for government bureau of tobacco
Survey and estimate of ship canal be
tween Lakes Erie and Ontario by La-salle-Lewlston
route U directed In a reso
lution of Representative Mott.
A Lincoln memorial highway, Hoston
to San Francisco, proposed In bill of
Representative Taylor, Colorado.
Representative Murdock Introduced
Mil for labeling clothing and textiles and
making misbranding a misdemeanor.
Representative Palmer Introduced bill
to permit national banks to loan .money
on real Estate to 50 per cent of combined I
capital and surplus.
Progressives selected Representative i
Kelley or Pennsylvania for rules commit
tee In plate of Representative Chandler,
who declined to serve.
Adjourned at 1 p. m. until Monday,
Drawn for The Bee by Powell
POPE MUCH BETTER AT NOON
Alarmist Rumors Arc Denied by His
EATS AN EGG WITH BROTH
AVeukiieMit of Ills Ilenrt nnd Inter,
mlttrut Pulse la Still Causing
Anxiety Anions the
ROME, April 10,-At noon today the
condition of tho pope was much better,
but the weakness of his heart and his
Intermittent pulso were still causing
anxiety. Tho doctors permitted hloi to
eat an egg with broth, but the patient
was able to take It only with difficulty.
Dr. Andrea Amlcl declared today that
he hopes by next week r;us x will be
An entirely contrary opinion, however.
Is expressed by some of those Immedi
ately surrounding the pope, who depict
the situation as grave. They assert that
an examination made by a specialist
showed the presence of from ten to
twelve degrees of albumen.
The sisters and niece of the pope re
mained with him this morning from 7:30
to 10:3) o'clock.
Just before il o'clock Cardinal Merry
Del Val, papal secretary of state, en
tered the bed chnmbeY.' ' Tho pope said,
In reply to the cardinal's inquiry, that he
felt better. Ho then spoke about the
pilgrims who hud come to the Vatican
fiom Venice ' and expressed his regret
that he would be unable to see them.
Cardinal Merry Del Val. Informed him
that the pilgrims had been separated Into
groups and were being escorted about
(Continued on Page Two.)
Lobeck Asks for
WASHINGTON. April 10,-Three con
gressional Investigations were proposed
today in the house.
Representative Lobeck asked for an
investigation of the "extortionate prices
the government Is compelled to pay for
elevators In the various government build
ings'." Representative Clark of Florida asked
for the appointment of u special commit
tee to probe various special commissions
and make recommendations to abolish
Representative Austin proposed an In
vestigation of the stemming district to
bacco associations with headquarters at
Henderson, "as alleged combination In
reJt.-1 nt of trade '
in Boston Averted
BOSTON, April 10.-A strike of the tele
phono operators of Greater Boston,
threatened for the last few days, Is
averted by a compromise reached early
today after a forty-elcht-hour conference
between representatives of the company
and the union. Instead of Increasing
wages', as was demanded, the company
Is to adopt a plan of "anniversary pay
ments" of from 125 to f 100 a year, In the
nature of a bonus for faithful service.
The agreement also provides for the
creation of an adjustment committee t
consider all grlevancus.
"We hava won," operators declared at
the conclusion of the conference, and
they were not contradicted by company
officials, who said merely "The adjust
ment seem mutually satisfactory."
pKEeru Sir Walter
Boycott Shops on
NEW YORK. April ID. It the women
suffragists lose the Haiti to parade In
Fifth avenue ihey will rctallate-with'-tri
boycott on Fifth avenue shops, According
to the threats mude today by many of
the prominent women suffroge workers.
At the Instigation of the Fifth avenue
association, an ordinance Is now pending
In the board of aldermen seeking to stop
many of the numerous parades which
are held on the avenue every year, and
among the organizations to be excluded
aro the women suffragists.
"We will make Madison avenue the
Peacock avenue of New York In place of
Fifth avenue." declared Miss Jessie Ash
ley,, former secretary of tho National
Woman's Suffrage association.
"With 10,000 of us we cun soon set the
It was also declared that the boycott of
Fifth avenue shops would be passed as
far as possible to all visiting 'and subur
ban suffragists if the antl-parado ordi
nance was passed.
Tho annual suffrage parade Is sched
uled for May 3 to be held as usual on
CINCINNATI. O., April lO.-Klmer E.
Galbrcath. former president of the
Second National bank, and Charles
H. Davis were Indicted today by tho fed
eral grand Jury, which has been Investi
gating the affairs of the bank. Gall
brtuth wsb Indicted a year ago, but has
not yet been tried.
Davis also was formerly president of
thw hank. There were tw'w-clght
counts in the Indictment, fourteen charg
ing misappropriation of funds, seven
false entry and seven abstraction.
All of the counts were In connection
with the Ford & Johnson Chair company,
of which Davis was a member of ihe
bourd of directors.
The Indlotments charge that the Ford &
Johnson company was permitted, with
out the consent of the banking associa
tion to overdraw to the amount of
The affairs of the Second National
bank, the Cincinnati Trust company, of
which George U. Cox was president, and
the Ford & Johnson company. It was said,
were closely reluted through their
boards of directors.
Cox, who was recently In the state
courts In connection with the affairs of
tho trust company. ai at ono time u
director of the Second Natlonul baiiK.
Asks Wilson Not to
WASHINGTON. April 10. -President
Wilson was formally requested today by
anti-Tammany leaders of the New York
state democracy not to recognize Tam
many In federal "appointments. They
explained that their organization needed
the moral support of the administration
In Its fight for progressive principles.
They went away with the Impression that
the president would go slow In Ihe mat
ter of making out his appointment list
and that It would bo some time before
there would 'be any Indication of what
the president's attitude, might be. In
the party were Representative !athrop
Brown, Assistant Secretary Franklin D.
Roosevelt of the Navy department,
Btephan Ryan, Charles E RaHlgan and
Louis Antlsdnle, up-state Itai'"
TEN LOANS ALREADY MADE
Restoration Committee Busy Inves
tigating Needy Cases.
MORE LOANS ARE CONSIDERED
FDesk In .Maintained In (lie Audi
tori nm AVIterr Tornndn Suffer
ers May State J.'nscK Some
Are Helped tit Loan.
I.uans In ten cases of persons whoso
property wan damnged by the tornado
hnd been agreed upon up to noon, ac
cording to W. II. Hucholz, chairman of
the restoration committee. The loans
rango from $260 to $500 apieco. Thea
loans are made on second mortgugen,
and at a very low rsto of Interest, or no
interest at all In some cases. The com
mltteo is busily engaged In looking up
cases with a vlow to making further
loans with the money now available In
tho restoration fund for this purposj
As fast us other cases are Investigated
and the parties are found to bo In need
of a loan from the restoration commit
tee other loans will be made. A number
of others aro under consideration ut
present. A committee Is In the field In
vestigating numerous Individual cases
now with a view to making recoinl'icuda.
lions to the restoration committee In re
gard to loans. At headquurtvrs at tho
Auditorium the restoration committer
maintains a desk where those stating
their cases in the mnttor of rebuilding
and making repairs Hie advised. Ai tli'j'
restoration committee ha in mind pi In
clpally the restoration of the affected
part of tho city In any way that Is most
advisable. It is not necessarily asbumlng
(he iiosltlon of making loans to eveiy
(Continued on Page Two.)
Four Men Killed
by Explosion of
PKNSACOLA, Fla., April 10. Four men
were killed today by the explosion of an
ammonia boiler at one of the plants of
the Moore ice works. The plant was
Vartlally demolished. Fumes from the
escaping ammonia overcame several fire
men who attempted to enter tho wrecked
The force of the explosion shattered
windows for half a dozen blocks around,
and startled people from their beds five
miles away. Among the dead were W.
II. Vancel and C. J. Floyd, engineers.
The boiler contained nearly 2,000 gallons
Crest of Missouri
Flood Near Pierre
PIERRE. S. D., April 10.-(Speclal Tel-
egram.) The Missouri has gone over the
fifteen-foot mark and Is 'Vet slowly ris
ing. This morning boats are operating
In many of the streets of Fort Plorre.
where the water Is three feet deep at
places, but It would take a rise of sev
eral feet more to In any way affect this
city, and the creit Is probably nearly here.
Rising at Memphis
MEMPHIS, Tcnn. April 10, -The Mis.
slsslppl river gauge here today regis
tered 46.6 feet, a rise of five-tenths In
the last twenty-four hours. j
HOUSE MEMBERS TAKE
WATE R D ISTR I CT B I LL
UP FOR DISCUSSION
Vote Down Amendment that People
of City Shall Act Upon Ques
tion Before Adoption.
FIRST TEST VOTE 54 TO 39
Minority Report is Turned Down by
LEE SUBMITS PROPOSITION
Would Have Vote at General Eleo
tion Next Year.
WHOLE DAY UPON SUBJECT
Take Hill Into NIkIiI Memiltin, When
Prospect In that Measure Will
INot He Acted Upon He.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nob.. April IO.-(Speclul TeU.
egram.l Omaha's waler district bill en.
Ht file No. IT, was discussed In committco
of the whole of the house today and to
night. Tho prospect Is that a final dc
termination of tho attitude of tho hMia
will not be. nindo until today. A mo,lnn
to adopt the minority report of tho
standing committee advising a city ilrc
tlon before the creation of the water ills,
trlct was lost 51 to 39.
Thero Is now pending an amendment by
Representative Mlko Ieo of Douglan that
the city of Omaha vote upon contlnua
tlon of the waicr district at the general
election In 1914 after tue district shall
have been created.
The bill today was sponsored by MJko
Lec, with Senator Dodge sitting by hla
sldo Interpreting Lobbyist Howell's argu.
ments as previously briefed for the occa.
Both the majority and minority reports
of tho standing committee were read and
the amendment relieving tho South
Omaha Stock yards from tho Jurisdiction
of the Wator board was adopted.
The discussion Op to recess for noon
was over tho minority amendment pro
viding tho district should not be created
until a majority of the people affected
vote for it. Mr. Leo insisted this would
kill the bill, thus admitting the pcjpU
were opposed to it. Mr. Hoff talked at
tnttrr-trrtho-oppoSltlon 'of ' the pcoplsr of,
Florence to the measure and read a pro
test against It from the Florence Com
The bill was taken up again at (lie
afternoon session, Senator Saunders was
also on the floor of the house lobbying
for the bill, while Lobbyists Howell and
Wead are hanging over the railing
prompting members. Mr, Buckner of
Lancastor, opposed to the bill, was chair
man of tho commltteo of the whole.
HARD FIGHT ON DISCIUM1NATIOX
Committee of "Whole of Senate)
Turns Loose Much Oratory.
(From n Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 10.-(flpcclal Telegram.)
In committee of the whole this after
noon the senate turned loose a great deal
of oratory ovor an amendment offered!
by Hunhce of Kimball to houeo roll No.
545, the antl-dlstrlmlnatlon bill Introduced
In the house by Gruebcr of Thayer, Tha
amendment called for an amendment add
Ing after the word dlstrlmlnatton that lb
shall not bo deemed a violation of the la
If the defendant shall show that a prlca
was made upon any article of production,
at nny point that la equal to the lowest
current price of tho same commodity al
ready existing at thu. point and only for
the purpose of mooting competition at
Bushee, Grace, Hoagland of Lincoln;
and Placek fought for the amendment
uud Cordeal, Hoasty, Kemp and Tallcott
fought for Its defeat.
Tho amendment was defeated by n voto
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