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BVBNINO BULLttTIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., SATURDAY, JULY 17.' 1909.
Looal amd NaUMl
Sullivan Training -
Hard At Shatter
Dick Sullivan woikcil out at Fort
Shatter icstcrday afternoon, and a
Mr crowd of fans rolled up to soo
the champion at Ills stunts. Sulli
van, who Is liclnR looked after by
Heine, looks fit to battle tor his life,
mid, In fact, Is In bettor condition
than on any previous occasion of
his stepping Into the ring..
After skipping for ten minutes
Dick put on the cloves with Kulton,
who Is n big, heavy man. Of course
tho big fellow Is not In Sulllavn's
class ns regards cleverness, hut he
ran take a punch easily that would
strip n lighter boxer first rattle out
of the box.
The middleweight Is using his
League Bali Good
Now that the Hapld Transit" has
stepped Into tho broach and saved
the league grounds from any possi
bility of being done away with at
nn amusement park, the situation
looks better nil around for baseball.
It would have been n bad slap at
the 'national game If -the grounds
had been cut top and sold .as resi
dential blocks,1 as at 'one time secm-j
cd very probable. ' . ,
The thanks of tho community ati
large areduo to the directors of the1
Ilnpld Transit for taking action In
the matter", and basebalrmen should
be especially thankfol.' i
While the- Itatld""rraosir Com-i
pnny have no Intention of caterlngi
right more now-a-davs and will be to Hie public lntrlwayof sports.
In better fcttlo on the night of Sat- they will keep 'the grounds up In
urday week than when ho met Cor- good style; and thtv. park .will al-l
dell last. ways bo available for any promoter
After boxing several rounds with who wishes to bring off, a baseball
nspirlng amateurs at tho Kort, Dick game or sports meeting. '.The dl-
threw tho medicine ball around for rectors havo no Intention of enter-
n while, and If nnjono wants soma In Into competition with I private
really stiff exercise, let him handle enterprise, and 'beyond keeping the
tho big sphere, for a while as Sulll- grounds up, they will not-try to at-
van does, and his longing for strcn- tract toe people to any oa locality .i
nous stunts will certainly be satis-1 The managers of the different big'
fled. (league teams will get together as
Soldier McCullough is training soon ns Frank Thompson gets) back'
for n fight with some one, and Is from Hawaii, and thcro Is every,
making a good Job of It, too: he Is prospect of the 'public being treated
looking well, and It will bo n pity on,o real good snappy ball at the
If tho "Ironman" Is deprived of tho old faorl(c grounds. i I
pleasuro of chasing somobody Tho Rapid Tr'anslt have decided
around tho ring for a few rounds, to remit all the back rent due on
Quito a number of other soldier the grounds nnd to put; up 12,000 to
pugs arc working out at Kort Shnf- square tho Indebtedness of the dlf
ter, nnd tho sccno In tho gymnn- fcrent teams nnd the league,
slum Is nn nnlmnto done cvory aft-' The time Is about ripe for some
ernoon. Without doubt the gym Is ulg boll, and It Is to bo hoped that
fltted out In the best possible style, wo will bo treated to some In the
nnd every convenience for athletes near future. The material U on
Is present. hand sure, and all that Is needed now
Sulllvnn Is within n pound or so that the bug bear of debt Is remov
of his regular fighting weight and Is n little ginger on tho part of
will havo no troublo In tipping tho our ball plovers.
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oca. mat mo nuaaicwcigni umu.
He Is confident that he will defeat
Cordcll this tlmo, and his support
ers aro certain that IUchard cannot
bo beaten on the night of July 24.
It Is to bo hoped that the contest
will be brought off O. K., and that
the public, who keep tho game go
ing, will bo treated to a goo dcxhl
bltlon of boxing before tho refcrea
Elves his decision.
n it n
Are Decided On
Handicaps for tho Macfarlano cup
nro out, nnd, although there Is a
possibility of them being re-arranged,
It a thought that they will prove
satisfactory to tho skippers.
All thoso Interested In the mat
ter aro requested to bo present at
tho metting of tho club noxt Tues
day night at the offices of Magoon
& Weaver, when tho handicaps will
bo gono over and any suggestions to
change them discussed,
The handicaps aro as follows:
Maggie, scratch: Princess, five min
utes; Dagniar, twenty minutes; nnd
Malolo and Chip twenty-five min
utes each. Tho distance to be sail
' ed Is about twenty-live knots, and
tho race should provo u most inter
Tho regatta committee makes a
special request that all skippers of
WASHINGTON, July 16. Tho
House Democrats defeated the Re
publicans at baseball today by. a
score of 26 to 16. Many distin
guished spectators were In the
crowd, which grew weary between
laughter and 'enthusiasm.
Thcro must have' been some fun
at 'the ball game, 'of iwhlch the re
sult Is abovo published. The score
Indicates what "(sort of game i It
must have been, and the official
scorer muBt have been tired t of
marking 'down the runs. An j ac
count of the game by Innings would
nbout Mil an ordinary newspaper,
J and, taking It altogether, the exhi
bition of ball must have been im
mense. W1UK I nrt't-
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SHORT SPORT. "
July1 18! Opehlng of'Oahu
July It: Alea vs. Wftlane.
July 25 Ewa vs. Alea.
July 24. Bulllvan vi.
Juy.24: McCollough vs.
Wahllanl'a'nd other bouts.
Jlilt Oshu vs.
' Fifth Cavalry.
Aug. 1: itclnorny Cup.
- July (34: lBlsMop'ft Co. vs.
t Davis. At Co,
July 31: II. C C. vs.
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AREO CLUB AND DAYTON MEDALS PROGRESSIVES VOTE
PRE5ENTJ3U iU intl WKltllD ....-'.. ,;.,
t .lyia Vtaff lUvlewer.
Promiscuous Pkhlnaa. .: i
,lWo are not acquainted with James
Lane Allen, whose latest- book the
Bride of , the Mlstktoe.1 his first after
sir years' illoncp.vbut wo will take the
pob'lsher's.. word for this: "As with
tho rest of Mr. Allen's work, the scene
of the novel Is laid In Kentucky.
Christmas, the 'secret, dccp signifi
cance: o( Its many rites and customs,
reaching far. back Into the shadows of
antiquity, 'the, silent message of the
roods, all exoft tholr mystic influence
upon'O'iman and woman, as tho two
approachiand tlve through the' crisis
of tholr llveaj .Tho' capacity of human
nature.' for Joy and for sorrow Is rc
voaled lnvthls book, under tho spell of
Mr. Allen's art."
BBBBBSbV HlBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlUt M
lively Scenes in Senate When Aid
rich Tariff Bill Wns
REPUBLICANS REFUSE TO
ACCEPT HIGH TARIFJPLAN.
Ho&vTrial Vote lined Up Bevc
ridge and la Follette Are
rich's Response. ,
Important Tobacco Change.
Thu rcnionl of tho restrictions on
tho fice talo of tobacco In tho hand,
as piovldcd In tho amendment of Sen
ator Bradley, which was adopted to
il,iy, Is tho result of in my jotiu nt
i.gltatlon and of much acllvb lecent
campaigning. Tho present law, pro
renting freedom In tho trade In tobac
co In tho primltlvo state, is said to
havo been responsible for tho forayn
uf "night riders" In Kentucky hnd Ten
nessee. Tho present law pcrmltn tho
tobacco grower to dispose of his pro
duct, but does not allow tho vender to
transfer It .without paying a fax of t!
cents n pound.
Tho Bradley amendment authorizes
any ono to sell tobacco In tho hand
without paying a tax, but requires that
when tho ralo exceeds ten pounds it
record shall bo kept for tho benefit
of thu Internal rovenuo sen Ice. As
tho tariff bill passed tho House It cur-
Washington, July 8, Tho tariff bill
passed tho Senate Just after It o'clock i loil n cry similar provision, and thorn
to-night by n voto of 45 to 31. Ilcpub- Is very llttlo doubt that when. tho bill
llcnns rotlng In tho negative wcro: tdiall beomo a law It will contain n
Beverldgo of Indiana, Brlstow of Kan- practical repeal of tho present tax on
sns, Ill-own of Nebraska, Burkctt of "hand" tobacco. f
Nebraska, Clapp of 'Minnesota, Craw-' Suggesting that tho President
ford of South Dnkotn, Cummins or should prpmptiy veto tno inrin Dill in
Iown, I.a IAillotlo of Wisconsin, Nelson fairness to his campaign pledge, tloro
of Minnesota, McEnery of totilslini mid: "It might not bo so far-reach
was Iho only Democrat noting In the Ing prophecy to say that tho next
affirmative. Tho voto In detail: President of tho United States may ue,.
Yoas Aldrlch, Borah, Bradley, Bran- nn 'African'"
degue, Brlgg3. Bnllteley, Burnham, This adroit referenco In llooscclt
Burrows, Burton, Clirk of Wyoming, wns received with laughter.
Carter, Crane, Depow, Dick, Dixon, Beverldgo (Scores 8Wtc.
Dupont, Elktns, Flint,- Kryc, OnlllnReK. The falluro of (ho Senato to keep tho
Gamble, Guggenheim, Hole, Hovburn, nromlco made tojhc pcopla by Iho Ilo
FRAMER OF INCOME TAX BILU AND TWO 3UPPORTER3 OF MEASURE
WASHINGTON, Juno 27. -Congressman
Ralph Cole of Ohio Is
telling On Vice President Sherman,
who Is a baseball enthusiast.
He went ,to the game between
Boston and Washington. The hard
hitting dossier of the Red Sox swat
ted a hard one 'to Outfielder Milan
of tho Washlngtons.
The bleachers and grand stand
stood un. An excited fan In front
small yachts will bo present at theof Mr Sherman watched the prog
meotlng In order to talk over tho rCss of the ball. Milan caught It.
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GOES AFTER OVERLAND RECORD
SEATTLE, July 8. The 'fiord
racing car that won tho Guggenheim
cup and purso In tho Now York to
Seattle race loft for New York via
San Frnnclsio nt noon, starting
from tho world's fair grounds, Tho
run to San Francisco will bo made
over the wagon roads, following the
louto at tho Southern Pacific south
from Portland. Tho car, which camo
camo to Seattle from New York in
22 days 50 minutes, will try to cs-
my J tabllsh, n now record between San
, Francisco and Now York.
it n n
CHAMPION BEEFSTAKE EATER.
NEW YORK, July 8. Phillip
Lommel, weighing 270 pounds, has
won tho championship medal as n
beofstake cater, in a contest with
Max Meyers, 275 pounds, ut a politi
cal club outing, Lommel gorged hlm
fcolt with ten pounds of boofstako
without getting up from tho table.
whllo Mjern was ublo to stuff only
, S 3-1 pounds Jnto himself.' There
woro many ucib on mu unn",
which was watched by nn exritod
crowd) ot several hundred persons.
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"Ho has It! He has it!" yelled
tho fan. i
"What tho hell kind of baseball
language Is that?" demanded Mr.
b'herlnan. "He's got It!"
, Miss. Zona Gale, the author of Friend
ship Village. and The Loves of Pclleaa
and Etsrro, has retaraod to her Wis
consin home, .after, a long stay In New
York. 'This summer Miss Galo oxpecta
to complete i a.-new book which Tho
Macmlllan (Company Is to bring out In
ther fall. Mris Gates cheerful optimism
afforded. delightful, relaxation' a short
time afcrom the Ftryotypa1 maga
xln,ttortes,.toi,l6ing In vogiuvand If
Judged, only by d'he yalu of ta smile,
th. are worth much .whether there
la anything' else In them or not. I am
glad -thai anotheKbook Is promised.
. a 'I v. in t. i i.
i In How ta Identify the Stars, which
The MnemtllanvComptny Upbringing
outr thlr.weelf- (June 13), Professor
Wllllsil.-Milhatn baa provided' exactly
tho Information'' which amateur as
tronomers wish, to flnd'iat'hand. With
the ald'of the charts 'aa: 'plans at. the'
baek or the book the identlteatlon of
tho constellatloha' become a' simple
underuklsir.-and'ln the' test IS to be
found-much cdmpaetHaformatloti. One
very varaablo (feature Is tho Inclusion
of the-recentlir coatnleted work of.tho
Harvard observatory In determining
the' magnitude' or the' stars. These
figures, represenUflg'tho latest results
of aaUonlmleal, research, have not
hitherto been readily obtainable: 'Al
together, 'ta book p'i'ovldes a coaven
lent and' agreeable Introduction to
knowledge.' of 'the heavens.
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Walt Whitman In the English-Med
of Letters 8eTleswas tho last literary
work dootf'by the lato Professor O; R.
Carpenter; from tho pralso with wblelt
it has been 'greeted on every side, It
seems not unlikely that It .will tako
rank as bis best.
When "Fifty-four Forty'or Fight" was
published a , large proportion of the
short-memorled - American public
thought' the title eryptlc'or craiy. All
sort of amusing 'mistakes , and, more
amusing' gaesees were made as to Its
meaning. Jn New Orleans, for In
stance, It happens that the number of
the municipal -"maveon" ordlnanco Is
Washington, June H. The long deferred presentation of tho grld medal
to the Wright brothers on behalf of tho Aero Club of America took place
al'the White- Iloiiso on June 10. President Taft made tho presentation
speech, 2nd a largo delegation of aeronautic) experts attended tho ceremony
and. welcomed tho distinguished Inventors. Tho Aero cjub mrdaM were de
signed by Victor Brenner nnd cost $1,000 each. On Iho ocoislon of tin- Day.
toncelebrallon In honor of Iho Wright brothers on June 17 tlioy will io
eelve the meda's voted to them by Congress and made at tho United Stitci
.! tv rii.il.. ..-,.. i.l- 1, -.,,1 l. -.,-.i .'.. TltTi Il1.- .-.L,-i!-..
sntill. ill. 1 miaui'ipum. ilierc iii nu juunriiii'ii u; Jit'iui-Buuiaiii; wis, tut:
alsp will receive medals from tho cltlrena of Dayt.oii,
DR. ELLIOT'S FIVE-FOOT SHELF OF
OVERLAND FOR JULYj
18S-dlt0flal rotmt 25G "
ness office. These are the telsprint
numbers of the Bulletin offlet.
The July Overland Monthly, Is an
Hawaiian number, with fifty pages' de
voted to a scries of sketches of this
tourists' paradise by.Plerro N,. Bering.
or. All tho plcturesquo features of tho
Islands aro brought out In description
and pictures, with much Interesting
Information about rccont dovolopmcnt
and social and economic changes, ,Io
"Honolulu To-Day and Hawaii To-Mor
row" C. E. Ferguson outlines the great
transformation that will come when
Pearl harbor and, tho Panama canal
Besides this Hawaiian supplement
tho Overland contains a regular lite
rary department that Is nearly as full
as usual'. Among tho noteworthy arti
cles are "Tinsel Patriotism," by Ban
nott Franklin; "Tho Dlvlno r Pro
gramme," by Rev. Df, C, T. Russell;
"Tho Modern Penological Movement,"
by Rev, Augustus Drahms, late chap
Iain at San. Quentln, jand -tho usual
variety of short (stories and poomj.
, With the August number Mr. P. N.
Deilnger, violl known In Hawaii re
sumes the editorial management of
5440. When Mr. .Hough's book appear
ed In the- windows, ofthe -book stores i08S ,,t,iy ,lem, Sloui( ll0 can' lt
thfc police -thought 'It Waa an attempt shelf Ihnl rhnlnlnlne Ihn hlchput n
to nave a little run wRh them. The
Bobbs-Morrlll 'Company, Juno, 1909.
MacMlllauvCompany'iadded a largo
numberof books to sclontlflc list laat
month,1 among, which', tho following
I seem to hold meat for thoso interested
lift . Bl.klMl.. v
' Idealism as'- a Practical Creed hv
Henry Jones, Professor of Moral
Philosophy In the' University of Glas
The Transition Jn Illinois from Brit
ish to American Government Dr. Rob
ert .Livingston Bcbuyler'a latest work
from, tho Columbia v University pross
and an, Interesting Revolutionary
"Mr. i " , v
A Text Book of Psychology a much
enlarged, and 'rovlsed edition of Prof.
B. B. TJchener'H.wprk, "An Outline In
Psychology." f ., ,
Confosslo Medici Another scoring
of, Christian. ,8le.uco by a doctor,' writ
ing, anon) mousljv (.Evidently a "fol.
low" on Mark Twain's witty treatise
on t, out with tho addition of a med
leal authority, which -Clemmons lnek
When Dr. Eliot rctlicd from Iho phy of Benjamin Franklin: "Jour
presidency-of tho great Harvard Unl- nnl of John Won I ma n; "Fiults
verslty ho nnnounccd that n IIIkjmI "Journ:ll of John Wr oilman"; "I'rulU
oducatlon could be placed on a five- i.f Snllludo," by William I'eun; Bo-
foot sholf. Partly because ho w.ib be-- eons ICrsnj'.n nnd "Tho New 'Atlantis;
loved by thousands of university men Milton's "Airapngltlci" un I "Tractate
all over tho country nnd p'irtly be- on Education": Sir Thonias Browne's
canso Iho press In lliblo to whims tho
newspapcrn or tno country seized upon
the Ideals a running featuro and
Below Is printed n list of these
books as far ns selected by Dr. Eliot,
reprinted from tho New York Tribune
and of this selection bo Bays:
"It Is my belief that tho faithful nnd
conslderato reading of theso books,
with such rereading and mcmorlzlngs
as Individual taclo may prescribe, will
fgtvo any man tho essentials of a lib
eral education, oven If he can devote
to them only fifteen minutes n day."
In analyzing tho lls( I do not see
Iho exact representation which he
means to havo placed upon the words,
liberal education." If ho meant an
education In literature, In English, In
classical thought, ho has chosen tho
masters of all. And again If ho meant
to placo upon tho sholf thoso books
which would by careful perusal, glvo
certain men a breadth of knowlodgo.
nnd conceptions In tho things of the
Immaterial ho has again. succeeded for
ho has chosen the extremes of thought
since chronicled thought began. I say
certain men advisedly, for thcro nro
nlnety-nlno men out of tho hundred to
whom" tho knnvvlcdgo nnd wonderful
conceptions contained within these
books aro us tho merest and most in
comprehensible nonsense, I would
not consider a liberal education as
that which can bu appreciated only
by tho few whom Natit.ro has endowed
with capacity of enjoying them for
themsolveH nnd ono who would not on-
Joy It would, considering tho quality
of tho books, not oven road them, far
"llcllglo Medici": I'lalo'a Apology)
"PliHcdo" nnd 'Ci'lto"; Gulden Siolngs
of Eplctctus; Meditations of Marcus
Aurcllus; Eiucrvon's lCss.tys; Knicr
Eon'n "English Trails": Tho Complete
Poems -of Milton; Johnson's "Vol
pono"; Beaumont, and Fletcher's "TI19
Maid's Tragedy"; Webster's "Duchess
of Main"; Mtddloton'H "The Change
ling"; Drydcn's "All for Uvo"; Shel
ley's "Cencl"; Browning's "Blot on Iho
'Scutcheon"; Tennyson's "Beckct";
Goethe's "Fnnst"; Marlowe's "Dr.
Faustiia"; Adam Smith's "Wealth of
Nations"; Letter's of Cicero und
Pliny"; Ilunynn's "Pilgrim's Pro
gress"; Btirns's 'Tarn o' 8hnntr";
Walton's "Coniplcat Angler"; Lives of
.. I ,K I fi
' I I BBYr'iW'n1 I ''.kassw.' 1
' I l'BnriSBBr iarsaBBBSjs'.f' i"iWW ' iH vaasBVi I '
Senatr.r Rnuto Nelson of Minnesota, a strong factor In the progressive
element In the Senate, drafted nnd In" troduced tho Joint' resolution providing ,
for an amendment to tho constltutan pormlttlng the Imiiosltlon of a tax on
Inrnmnn. Thla nnnn,!mr.nl rn, Ihn ltnpla ,if nptlnn liv Ihn .1ltl(lnrv nnmmll. 1
too, uf which Senator Nolron Is u member, Senator Nelson has voted with i,.
Senntors Cummins, Dolllvcr, Boverldgc, La Follette nnd tho other progres
sives on neatly nil the tariff schedules, declaring that tho pledges for tariff
reduction must bo caiileil out. Ha vyns uuwlllliig, however, that tho Income
tax measure should beromo a part of tho tariff legislation. Senators Bur-
as also .aro actlvo in thu. progrcsslvokctt of Nebraska arul Brlstow of Kails
wing of the Senate. ,
Johnson of North Dakota, Kcnn, Lorl-
tvmiuiiB quinine n aiiuiit , l.lVL'H III . , ,.
..,,,, ...., u .imcr, Jones, McCumbcr, McEnery,
Dounonnd Ilerlicrt; Aulnh ography of '.,, .. , .
o. a., ...,i. i,i. , ... ,, ., Nixon, Oliver, Pago, Penrose, Perkins,
St. Augustine; Plutnichs "Lives"; ' ' . .,,, a,,w,
Drydcn's "Aeneld"; "Canterbury
Tales'," Chaucpr: "linlt.illnn of Christ,"
Thomua n Kcmpls; Danto's "Dlvlno
Comedy"; Darvvln'a "Oilglu of Spe
cies"; Arabian Nights. D. L. M.
EXJUDCF. WHO ASKS
$7600D,COO IN LIBEL sGlT
"Wholesale and Retail," by Val
shelf as that containing tho highest of
human knowlcdga nnd tho greatest of
beautiful conceptions that havo been
handed down to men, then I should
ngrco with him and honor him for
tho great knowledge and "liberal edu
cation" ho himself has shown In pick
Ing them out as Indeed I do.
Tho books nro: Autoblogvn-
Miller, I a practical, up-to-date work,
giving tho latest approved recipes
for making all kinds of Ice creams.
Ices and drinks, with full Instuctlons
for crystallizing fruits, flavoring,
working up soured cream, testing
(cream, making Ico cream bricks,
transferring Ico cream, making wln
dow.dlsplay, gaining trade, etc., und
one hundred "pointers." Also con
tains a number of Instructive Illus
trations and will undoubtedly prove
an Invaluable aid to all manufactur
ers and dealers In Ice creams and
Ices, Tho book is what, Its mimo Im
plies a standar dwork on tho sub
ject, A great book for thoso wish
ing tho latest Information pertain
ing to the manufacture of Ico cream,
12 mo, extra silk cloth, gold nnd foil
stamped, red edges, 1.!J0. Vellum
do luxo cloth, plain edges, $1. Pub
llshcd by Laird & Lee, Chicago.
Piles, Scott, Smith of Michigan, Smoot,
Stephenson, Sutherland, Warner, War
ren, Wctmorc 15.
Noes Bacon, Bailey, Bnnkhend,
Beverldgo, Brlstow, Drown, Burkett,
Chambciluln, Clapp, Crawford, Culber
son,' Cummins, Daniel, Dolllvcr, Fletch
er, Foster, Frazlcr, Gore, Hughes,
Johnston of Alabama, I.a Follotto, Mc-
Laurln, Martin, Money, Nelson, New
lands, Overman, Owen, Shlvcly, Sim
mons, Smith of South Cuiollnu, Sloue,
Taliaferro, Taylor 31.
Now the Conference.
Thoro will bo no delay In sending
tho tariff bill to conferenco after It
roaches tho House. It Is oxpected that
tho bill will bo sont to that body by
tho Senato lato to-morrow, Thu llouso
will mict dally. As soon as the bill Is
received Dalzoll Is expected to offer
a resolution by which tho-llouno will
publican rarty respecting a rovjslon of,
thu tariff downward was tho themo of.
Senator Beverldgo as tho debate on'
tho-pending bill wns drawing to uj
"Our voto," ho said, "shall bo cast
In liarmoiiy with our party's pledges
as voiced by our party's leader and thoa
Suggesting that tho "UimirgenU'i
would cast thcr votes on tho final
passago of tho bill In conformity with
their previous action. Bovcrldgo said.
they would do so, as a nntlco to tho
conferees to bring back n bill In which
lliero should bo decreases of duties.
Bovcrldgo .was answered by Aldrlch;
who said ho had often seen men lute
pret their own Judgment as tho Jud
incut of tlm party.
"Thu Reimbllcan party Is a party
majorities," ho vdilcil. "and tho vie
of Iho majority In matters of lesluhv'j
nidi iwiiuui iH, lj lwi,llin. A ,,u futrv
ntor from Indiana does not speak fajr
rilsacrcn to Iho Senate nninndmonlRrn 'the Jteniilillcan uartv. Ho tins no rl
hlnn ntl.l iifrrAn In n nnf,if.n,ir.n If III fMltl horn Ihn nnnl, nt Ihn PreulilAIUvi
thcro Is any disposition to dobata thu of tho United Stolen In support of aW
rnsolutlou, Ilcprcsentntlvo I'ayno of suggestion which ho has mado.
Now York probably will movo tho pre
vious question on tho resolutions,
theioby shutting off discussion. When
Dalzclt's resolution Is adopted thu
Speaker will announce tho list of con
It will tako moio than Iho Sena
(f Minnesota out of tho Ropublla
party," said Nelson amid npplnu
which called down the gravel of a
Mru-1'rcsldent with ui( uunouncon
that such expressions wcru not
Boston, Jiinu 15. 1'iirinur Judgo
Henry S. Dovvoy has opened his case
In tho superior couit of the 'city
against tho officials of thu Good Gov
ernment Association, whom ho Is su
ing for libel. Tho damimes ho de
mands amount In tho nggregato to
$70,000,000. Tho caso growR uut of
tho mavoralty campaign four joaU
ago, Judgo Dowoy belongs to ono of
tho most i romlnent families in New
England :inii. was once n pam.ister in
iho Uiilted States' army, ' l
BULLETIN AD3 PAY '
It Is likely that tho first thing ngrued mlttcd. Uo said ho did not euro to
to In conferenco will bu reductions on lectured by tho Senator from Ith
necessaries of llfo and raw materials Island,
. Tho bill was then nut on Its nasi
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Upon motion of Aldrlch tho Vie
mndo .In tho Hqnso bill by tho Senato.
Tho Increases mado by tho Senato nn
certain luxuries piobably will offer it
temporary barrlor to an early agrro. President announced tho Senate) pi
mem in eiuiioreiico, nerauso or llm lorurs, an iiiiihwh; Aiiirirn, nurra'
contention that Iho Increased rntcs PenroEo, Halo und Cnllcn. Rea
wllli;rpvd prpjllbltlv", andv.H;uatc.- llcnns, nnd Daniel, Money, ami 'Halle;
riuijy reuueo mo le venue. ucimicrnis. if
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