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New Tariff Bill
Rate IiiMxtril mi Iy Farm
IUoc Senators (loinjtlicil
With in Measure l're
(aatfeu4 t ram I'll Oh
goods for the purpose of prevt-nttng
unfair method of rotnpetitioii in the
importation of uuod..
To iiniNe addiiiuiul duiiri on lh
nliole or any of the import into
the United State from any eountry
which diwviniiiwte asain.t oiir vir
ta cuintiu-rcr. I hec additional du
ne are limitrd to the amount of the
tlikvt iiuination, ut if the dUcrmtiiia
ttiii in inaHitaincd, the importation f
nierclundiw may lie prohibited."
Will Hold Htarint-'
Averting that the cUalic tariff
ptovicton were regarded liy the
(Oinntittee a "undoubtedly consti
tutional. the report reel.ired that
thrv would "contrihute to turilf sta
bility hy preventing the accumula
tion of iaic which ultimately force
the upheaval oi a Kvneral tariff re
vision." It a addvd that investi
gation of poillo tariff change
Viontild lie carried out under judicial
profexture and that the partus in
terested would he ;ivcn an oppor
tunity to he heard.
Outlining the purpose of the bill,
the report said the committee had
endeavored to recommend rates
that would afford protection to
American indtiDtrtt and permit them
to pay mkc sufficient to enable
the workmen to maintain an Ameri
can i standard of living, nnd also
rate sufficient to "maintain essen
tial ' industries created as a .rettlt
of the war and considered vital
to the future industrial independence
of the Ameriran people."
Face New Conditions.'
"In attempting to iix rates of
tinned, "your committee was faced
witlr a' condition never before ex
duty' in this bilt," the report con
pcrrenccd ' in tariff legislation. In
certain foreign' countries high cost
of production existed to such an ex
tent that a duty which would alTord
protection upon imports from such
countries would be entirely insuf
ficient to afford protection from
countries having low production
costs.- On the other hand, the im
position of a rate sufficient to afford
protection from countries with low
production costs would be an abso
lute embargo on the products of
countries having-' production costs
nearer our own.
"The rates imposed by this bill
are sufficient to protect the Ameri
can market and preserve domestic
competition,1 and at the same time
will permit fair competition from
Taking1- up what was described
as the "need of tariff revision" the
committee majority, said, in the limit
ed time before the war, that the "low
rates' of the Underwood law were
iu effect- those rates which "had
caused a retrenchment in production
of American products and' had de
cided the purchasing power of the
American workman because of re
duction" in wages," It added that
"the outbreak of the war was' the
salvation of the American indus
Present Day Conditions.
Discussing present day conditions
Generation of splendid healthy
yotatttert have been fed on Bort
deft'a Eagfc Brand Milk. For It is
nothing but pure milk and sugar
the natural food if, for any rea
son, mother's' milk fails; Thoti
aandar of mothers testify to iu
TO DARKEN HAIR
It's" Grandmother's Recipe' to
Bring Back Color and'
Lustre' to Hair:'
Ybu can turn grav, faded hair
beabttfully' dark-and lustrous almost
over night if you'll get a bottle of
"Wyeths Sage and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug store. Millions
of bottles of this old. famous-Sage
Tea Recipe; improved by the addi
tion" of other ingredients,' are sold
annually, says, a well known drug--gist
here, because it darkens the hair
so naturally and evenly that no one
can tell it has been applied.
Those whose hair is turning"- gray
or becoming faded have a surprise
awaiting them, because after one or
two applications the gray hair van
ishes and your locks become lux
uriantly dark and beautiful.
This is the age of youth. Gray
haired, unattractive folks arent
wanted around, so get busy with
'Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound tonight and you'll he delight
ed with your' dark, handome hair
. and your youthful appearance within
. r 3
Prisom "Slaughter Yards"
Maintained' by Semenof f
Poor Day Wt'cn Husa Gen
cral's Men Pidnt
200: 'Declares U. S.
Frankfort. Ky.. Apr H.-Hrforo
departing for V.lii"to "'It1".
Lieut, Col, Cliarle II. i 'arrow re
luted some of the thing IV u"
tif.- at' the deporutioit hearing of
Gen. lircgorie Smirnoff. G d. Mor
row lommajidcj the ."7th United
Stain" infantry L Sibc.ia.
Col. Mornuw will tetify hX the
Coitark general maintained a'our
"lauglaer yruV in Liberia ard
"if uaa a Ikaif lUv" ullCIl Sf niCIIOlf
men did nut slay at lea.i 2U0 rcr.onl
it thetc lour puce, lie earned wnn
him a report made by l"irt Lieut. C
I. MeNutt. nicniber of the Siberian
railway fomci, telling ol the a.!-4,
unation ot at least priwiicr s
AdriancM and of the "slaughter
yards." The other killing I'lacei wer
at Horgia. OliviLaya and Diauria, ho
On Aneutt 3. 191, a train of 41
car loaded with bohbevik prisoner
arrived at Adxiaaovka unuer a guard
of troops front die command of Ad-
miral Kolchak. tjie report continue'
and Gen. StepJinnoff, one of Seme-
noff's ofliccr. tofc 10 of the cara and,
kitlcd all of the prisoners, remarking
the report said, "the quotations madi
by foreign producers for txport sale
of late have been o extremely low
that they threaten Uie destruction of
American iudii.tric and have con
sequently demoralized AmerSran
trade." It added that "this condition
exists at the present time and it i
believed will continue to exist unj!
rates are established that will af
ford fair protection to American in
dustries." Before its presentation in the sen
ate, the bill was formally approved
at the first meeting of the entire
committee since the work of draft
ing the measure was started three
months ago. Democratic members
of the committee present voted
against it and were given 10 days in
which to prepare their minority re
port and also for the fight which
the.v plan to launch against it im
mediately after it is called up.
Secrecy is Charged.
The charge of secrecy in the pre
paration of the bill was raised
promptly- in the senate from tho
democratic side. - Senator Harrison
of Mississippi called attention th'at
ths bill was introduced today during
an executive" session ' of the-' senate
"It was perfectly ' natural that it
should be donefini secrecy. Every
thing else about it has been done in
Opposition will not be confined to
the democratic side. Senator Smoot,
Utah, ranking republican on. the fi
nance committee, plans to take the
floor in his fight. for duties' on sugar
higher than the 2 cents a pound on
full duty and 1.60 cents a pound on
Cuban raw, which are now in force
in-the emergency tariff and which
the' committee has recommended..
Immediately after the bill was in
troduced - the- effort to raise the 7
cents a pound on long- staple cot
ton, now in the emergency law and
approved by the; committee,, was
launched,- Senator- Cameron, repub
lican, Arizona, introducing' an
amendment to make the rate IS cents,
the figure urged by producers of this
cotton in his-and othef' southwest
ern states, and by" the republican
agricultural tariff bloc. The short
staple 'cotton is retained on the free
list ' but' opposition is promised to
some of the "rates: proposed on cot
ton goods, -which irt' some' instances'
areJ higher than thse in the Payne
One : of the ' principal schedules in
the" new bill is that dealing" with
agricultural products. It includes
most' items' of ' foodstuff,' many' of
which were' on the' free 'list in the'
Underwood bill, and includes a -duty
of 30 cents a bushel on wheat asunder
the emergency law, but 5 cents-
higher than proposed in theFordney
bill. The compensatory duty on
flour was placed at 78 cents per 100
pounds, as compared to- 50 cents
in the' February bill and 25 pef cent
advalotehi. in the" PayneiAldrich
In framing-this schedule, the com
mittee majority gave1 the republican,
agricultural bloc about the rates
asked for but the committee experts
said that with few exceptions the
duties; wouldnot exceed 25 per cent
Explaining the' schedule in its' re
port, the majority said it had adopted
the policy of giving ' tof agriculture
the measure of protection that has
been accorded - to . other industries
with due considerations to the needs
of all sections and' of all industries,
i Besides the provisions to take caro
of the dye and glass industries ' de
veloped during. the' -wax, the corn--
mittee majonty sought to give pro
tection to. other wartime-industries.
It provided' for a duty of 70 per
cent ad valoterrH-doublethe Payne
Aldrich and Underwood rates on
dolls and toys to protect the indus
try primarily from German competi
With a: view to developing' the
potash industry in California, Utah
and other western states by protect
ing" it from the Germans, the com
mittee recommended that for a peri
od of five years tduties be placed on
the actual potash in' potassium chlor
ide and all crude potash salts, etc:,
For' the first two years 2 l-2c a
pound! for the third year. 2c; for
the fourth year, 1 l-2c, and for the
fifth vear, lc.
Explaining the proposed duty of
5-1 6c a pound on crude magnesite,
which was on the free list in the
Payne-Aldrich and Underwood acts.
tho committee majority said the pur
pose was to enable producers ot this
material in Washington state to lay
down their product at the steel mill"
centers of the country on an equality
with imported magnesite.
Many changes in the' administrative
features of the house bill were made
by the senate' committee' majority,
the most important being the elimina
tioir of provisions giving the presi
dent authority to enter into re
ciprocity terms with toreign coun
tries and abo to give him authority
!1 ir-- $ jK.i-) pfi
. - I - v 1
llt lie ti'f to how the people of
AeVriaiunka he could execute on.
SukUy a$ well aa other day.
liotcnp of other atrocities coumitt
ted by u"iccr under the Kuniau
general, tnclialing the alleged oiur
der of .'6 .loMagc. will be recited in
depositions of rfaizeus and soldier
of Siberia mid ol American amir of
ticer. according- to the Morrow re
port. to impose penalties in the form of
additional dlitirs agaiust goods of
.countries which imposed duties on
American product regarded by mm
The committee retained the house
rtetaliatory provision with regard to
tjhe restriction or prohibition by any
country oi the exportation to the
United States of printing paper, wood
pulp or wood for use in the manu
facture of wood pulp.
Elercwith are given the more im-
uiih Mill 1 1 1 a 1
1 1:;! :..t
H1S MASTERS VOICE v
Important -- Look for these trade-marks. Under the lid. On the labels
Victor Talking Machine Company
Camden, New Jersey
TIIK BKE:' OMAHA, WKDXESDAY. APRIL 12. 1922.
t i porU'U mu in tl'o tnit bill. re.
lnaiue toinni lie, witn romparLoii
with the I ordiky bill and the To ne
Aldrith th Ut rcpublittn pro
tective tarrtf jt and Lnteroo.l
Uwt. wherevt-t (ea.il.l. Ilia ad
valorem ret I tha l-ordney tna
tire are baeJ n American lua
tion. but they are ued here in the
Fnpert auacl.rd to the remind.
ion 4y that .'5 jer cent American
valuatkm U generally equivalent to
!0 ner cent foreign1 valuation.
leiaue entirely ditierent rlaifi
ii.ni have been riued in drawing
the wool cheduK in the new bill
no compari.on of tlie raie in that
ichedtile with tho-n in the Uiumi
rhcdule K of th- rnytte-AMrich bill
it unJrrwUn. The raw wool rate
in the en4te mra-nre are about emial
to tho-e in the I'art'e.Aldriih law,
however, and Senator SnKt of Utah
who drafted the new ijiediile. ay
mine of the other rate are a high
u-. correpomliuij pioviiii in chcd
ule K. while other are lower.
ArlrMlU-l rrttH anil rnUI-
Wh-.i. im tiu.hl; frdi" l
Pmi."-l.tn. h. :o t i"tro4. tr.
-. inlultna rrlt. I t.u.twl;
rmdn.r (iiit rj.AI4rkh. Mm! I uttr-
i. U txiatarNt Ko-4y, lc, r.m'-
AiUMi-n. Li.rwi, '
nn-r. : Mnhi; rrtn'. lie;
rti.-Al'1rit-i. -( U'twl.
Itf. I." liu.p; Kaln-r, nl l'nn.
Al'lrnn. ll i;J-w'. t'.
cm. IL roun.l in : f- PuiKt?
PunJn-y. I ! 1- lm'-AItr.B. 1
h..l la :i vr i'ni j t i".
rrH l-! ot vJ. ISe pound: Fort-
r.r. i'aytw-AJdriah, I'tt l n4rreol.
Hh 0 uil lotfa. S3 ti4: Fnrdn-y. t
pound: l'.n-Aldr1-h, lt.h4 to : vr
tn; t'pdorwiHMk, fr
Million t'i poun.l: Fnrdny. l'ie(
PitrnAldrh'B. iuidroi. ire.
win. S fxMJtid: Kordu'v,
t'iif Aldnrh. II. bd; I'ndtrtvvod,
KrMh pnrk. . round! Fonlnev. nam:
rn.AI.Irtf h. t'lwlvrwaod, trrr.
Huoon. hni and hmildnta. nnd hT
Mirk. ir-rnr.t e prw-rv-d, 5 e-ni
pound: Knrdnng-. l'nt-Aklrli h. 4:
I.rd. I ni pnund! Vornr. 1: rD
Aldrlrh, tlmlnrwood. Ir,
l.nnl rnmnounl ml ubtltui". t ornla
pound: Knrdnv. 3 pr entt Piiyn-Ald-rK'h.
nn cUwifi'tatian: I'nrtTwooil. Iiw.
Huilir. UlMnwrnrlD nnd oihrr uiih-lltul-a,
I c.ntn ioun; Knrdny Pnyn..
Allrlrh, (; Und-ravood. !.
Rlrdi, llv poury. r.nln pound: Ford.
nr. !: Pyn-Ald.h. S; Undfrwood. 1.
All oihcru. to et orh to 10 rr cnt;
Fnrdnoy. nam; 11an.-Aldrich and Un
Ulrd. dead., dreafed or umlrn.rd psul- j
j ;::;:: agaistiniiiieausini
Vlcttola No. 300
Hahnunri oak ot taatout
Ycol are absolutely sum dt tEe faiiest
quality and' of th& Best value '
A quarter-century of succes3liil achieve
ment provides conclusive evidence of
Victor supremacy The experience gained
through txt& coristant develormient, and die
equipment specially designed to meet their
particular:; needsr enable te Victor oiani
zadon to ; maihtaih the bigf standard of
Victor quaUty There are also resultant
economies in manufacture! from which the
When buying a Victrola yeni get both
Vic tor quality and Victor value, Victrolas
$25 to $1500,
in. ni, paatad; Yl, i TaiM-
Aidrt.b , t'l4tMl
All oife.ra. a '(.. t pt
ri: l'j . aiimi a. aiMtit; l4f
tod. im i f .vat.
k- M Mt4il hll.
!-. rw'bi, a, ratAv4Mii.lt, , la.
W hula ... .(( aM ,t altun,
Inurn a1 -t''- ' r-a-. r !
, 4t I'a.M Aldrub awd I ad-raa-d. I
I Hod Bhoia diM"l "i and
dn-4 ( aiauaaau, II r-ana a-und: Paid.
iff aad raftta-AldiKk, li, Vtatraiaad.
llarwa ad piul-a. I b.d la t f'
rHi. CaidH't. Mlii l'-B- AMil' h. II
la i fr ixui Lmlttwaud, I far e'.
W a. a ad Maaataataraa.
W'nal. 4 a-.r -I la- Auaa'i aaat,
iaahw-fa g-at. All-a-a aad aiHr lifa aai
taata, J4 -hia pr pawMd aa Ilia l-aa
tal, r'.'idn.j, IS ; I Hdrraattd, ra,
Man! aad Maaaifaalarr,
.t ul tin, aira-a, i-r and aaalaa
h-niM. I., II ir iRMU-aad ft iad
ruraaarrat K'W-lu 4iiw; Pante-AldMcll
Kull duty auaar., i r-aia p..und, I'ul.an.
I a if ilia i-ail: i-urdni-y aama. I'aa.
Aldilin. I a n-ma aad t-- mlal I dr
uod. I i tania and I ii.l.
I ii a draa-ad an IM- l in, 5 t rnr,
ruidaay aad I'ataa.Aldiii It. ta ir t.nl.
Army Probe Demanded
by Members of House
(luallaurd aa ra Una.)
Me characterised Uiwes a "the
wearing politician," cummonly tind
i.imiliarly known in inner b.iuUiiH
circle and to Sunday achotd parties
a "Hell and Maria Datvei."
"The War department ha told
property and it today selling prop
erty at ridiculuBily and criminally
low price to favured customer,
concealing the fact from rongress,
and deliberately niisreprctiiing the
fact." said Johnaon.
"The War department is trying to
control the Department of Justice by
putting men who ought to bo in tho
penitentiary on the Department of
justice payroll and . asking congress
to appropriate for it"
Referring to a report on liquida
tion made by Seen tary-Weeks on
December 5,. 1921, he said:
"That' report is one of the mott
fraudulent, misleading and crim
inally deceitful documents ever pre
sented to congress. A review ol
Secretary Weeks,' r:port shows how
little h; knows of the facts. Only
a tew ot the- thousands ot false on
REG. US. PAT. OFF
iric induatmg fuudulrut tutuac
tiui.a with nuny icaide punluei
will cufikf to ho jpu the extent
t( ihe ijfiuiiil depravity tiud duplici
ty lucd in Uitaudina ihe gt-ern
limit, whiih h4 tnte tn without
le.traiut anu.e the InjunUtnJU ptov'ct
Made Recent Salts.
"Cur with winch we die now
tli-;iliii' cannot ! iharged a out
it the crime oi the late ddiiiini.tu
tion for the reatn that tint cor
rupt dealinr have ln i'tiiuum
iiuted under the preaitit eciviaiy
of war. Million of dollar' worth
of Mipplic were to each of a
number of favored cotiaumct by
negotiation' wilhont comietltive
lilddmi?, without adeiiidtu boud or
dcpo.it to protect govei ntiienl in
tercat. indefinite extension of time
grantt d tor Morage and lrliverv,
and firaJly cancH!ation rtfcite.l to
meet the convenience of pecid!ly
liiv.ned eu of I'lmtomei . ,
"The reponihilitf must ret upon
'.he acrretary of war and hi
fcistantsi second upon the chief ol
st-tll and hi asitant; and th'd
upon the bureau chiets directly r
MxaiiMkle. If the first two of thr.a
classes named nay they do not know
of these things this ought to he
Miflicient notice served upon them o
thai thcr will know and if. upon e
ciirijig that knowledge, there are not
wholesale court-martials in the mili
tary service, then I ay without hesi
tation that the entire War depart
ment from head to foot is inexcus
Russ Soviet Issues
O'nntinnad From I'afa line.)
representatives beiug admitted to the
principal committee while the repre
sentatives of the smaller countries
which fought with the allies were ex
cluded. Discussion Heated.
Premiers Facta and Lloyd George
and Signor Schancr maintained it
would be impossible not to permit
the Russians and the Germans to he
represented on the committee which
" 1Mm . MJMuiiiii l
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wa ta iUjI fliuiU vi'i the illitm
dlFrttiiitf lurniduv d id Ku a. '
J'temiir '1 In nn v . it hi a'.miii ut f
rjrt iairi vie wruiuna nrie linwuiliiy
t takuig p4it m the vik ul a rout,
nvtue ot aiuh iniNiUuwe in im
luei wbh ihe irprfarittiiytvra cf hon.
flu JlMU.tt.iii hctdiiiF aw heated
thdt Mr. Lloyd ticoiiie ii Uied ein
pharttally thdt it null ;iti iniidn.i.
geant pirit wd iioinii u l'ie4i it
might he a well intuit r'tdtely to
break Hp tiie conlereiue, tf ? pi tit, .
pal ilji'i if which wj. ti rraduiu
Uu.aia and Germany to lie l.uio
The worfc of coiuilidtioif under
taken hy I tenner Kactd an. I S'cuur
j. i..i.i.-,- .
Schancr wv linlty nece4f'd.
A uiigiii4lly planned the itniiniit-
tee wa comptiacd ol Uritiah, I'rciuh.
ies, specially intended
for Baby's little gar
mentH, in lovely new
designs. Tho 27-inch
width with or without
ruffles, from $1.50 to
$3 a yard.
Narrow edges and in
sertions in Kwiss ami
nainsook, plain and
fancy seam beading,
from 25c to G5c a yd.
Narrow ribbon bead
ing is 20c a yard and
Y its chtcks and fguns shall
you know the new sweaters!
In the Spring
Wash frocks of lovely
tissues and voiles make
a large place for them
selves in Milady's
There are checks,
stripes and. novelty
plaids in newest col
ored tissues (32-inch),
59c a yard.
In the 40-inch printed
voiles there are charm
ing color effects in all "
fast colors. $1 a yard.
Makfog good figures .
better that is the
mission of the corset,
and it is one of the rea
sons for the fame and
popularity of Frolaset
Improved figure lines
where wotmen change
to this front-lacing
corset. Let our corset
ieres demonstrate their
wonderful qualities in
our fitting rooms.
Its even, firm, gritty surface prevents
slipping even in wet weather.
It is the necessary complement to good
tires and good brakes, for complete re
sponsiveness in your car.
More and more motorists are insisting
on Concrete roads and motorists can
get the kind of roads they insist on.
Send for oar fie Uoktel K-3,
Fads about Concrete Roadt
PORTLAND CEMENT .ASSOCIATION
KANSAS CITY, MO.
cA National Organization to Improve and
Extend the Uses of Concrete
Offices la 23 Other Cities
lidlktu, letaiii, J.ipdiirf. tieuuar
jllld UuldH I'fhgalft. It JI'!it
irpieaentdtive oi IVUnd, 4uiiiduia.
iuriUnd a4 htd-u weie ad-
mined th' alt'iftouil atirr I Us li.oi ti
ll 8 ' aiKiKiieni.
At thi alirtifon' mre'im: ut the
(liilt tpl oilli ntlf fcjiniiiitlre, w hu h
it 10 toiiaidrr I'Ht.idU tail, I Oieifq
Mini. irr Ihtii'a mi l lvu.ua pro.
toted aii-iin.l ti pre.iiue tl Ihe Ku
nidiiidii and J u'ned drlra-dte. hr
cau.e Ivuiiuma wa onupviug tr
hind and J.p4tt wst cHiupjinjt p"f
lion cl Silieiu.
I'remirr laii-t1 of lUl). who W4
preiiig orr the committee, de
clined to Ci'll.i.tr the IvUtaUn pro
teat, giving aa hia ICdaoil that all
lite tuiiiitrie imited to the confer
innt lud a unlit to lc n picenud on
POMK out of the Vitrhen,
Alice. Tho new house
lrees are pretty enough for
The new ecru shade
that matches the D. M.
C. embroidery thread
18-in'ch, $1.00 yard.
20-inch, $1.25 yard.
G6-inch, $1.75 yard.
They Do Say
That everybody who is
anybody will wear a
gay scarf this epring.
Fiber scarfs in brilliant
array are among the
newest arriv als at
Thompson, Bel den's.
$2.95 to $5.
for Young Girls
Princess 6lips of soft
fine nainsook with
lovely trimmings of
lace or embroider
ies the built-up
shoulder or ribbon
strap style. Sizes
12 to 18 years. $2.50
Charming pink silk
', slips with lace trim
mings and ribbon
straps. Sizes 12 to
18 years. $7 to
An attractive selec
tion of drawers,
bloomers and knick
erbockers for misses
two to fourteen
years in nainsook