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WASHINGTON, D. C Mnr. 20. Sponger Cannon In nn Interview
today cnlledl the Republican Insurgents political cownrds on account ot
their not voting to unseat him ns Speaker, nnd In roplj Bomo of the In
surgetits ny hcy will Btnrt n real war on Cannon now, nnd will fight to
n finish. The Iiisui gouts voted with the Democrats on tho matter of n
now nntl-Cnnnon committee on rules, but when It came to a proposition
to declare the Speakership vacant, they stood by the Kcpulillcan Speak
er. This, sajs Cannon, wns cowardly.
The ictnlntug of Cannon ns Speaker Is said to hnc been due to a
Hire it by tho Ilepubllcan regulars that If tho Insurgents helped the Dem
ocrats to unseat Cannon, the regulug would place Champ Clark, Demo
cratic leader, In tho chair.
In his comment on the result of tho great political battle, Cannon
sas bluntly that tbe Insurgents hadn't tho nerve to carrj their light to
the limit, and with characteristic frankness he applied the term cow
ards to them. They have the alternative of sustaining nliu or allowing
election of n Democratic Speaker.
It Is expected thnt the battle will be renewed In tho House" tomor
row. Cannon's dellance has greatly aroused the more radical Insur
gents, and If they cnu gather strength enough they will unsent him.
As the situation stands after the crisis of last week, all sides arc un
kiitlslicd. The party leaders,ndmlt that a great political crisis, Involving tho
maintenance of tho nntlonnl'Kepubllcau party, is at liuiid. Cannon't
spirited challenge to the Insurgents is believed to have been based upon
a belief that onlj n smAll proportion of them will go so far as to sup
port u resolution to unseat him, but his most active KopubllcAn oppo
nents nro now planning to pass n resolution declaring tho Speaker's
chnlr vucant. If (thls motion prevails und the regular Republicans
stand by their (brent to elect Champ Clark, the House will practically
puss Into control of the Democrats.
President Tnft declined to make any comment on tho situation.
Other Republican party leaders declare that the crisis .s ".cry grac.
MAY REACH PEACE MEASURES.
' PIIILADKU'lllA, Mar. 20. A settlement of the great street car
Lgjlke Is now believed to bo In sight. A conference has been In prog
ress ror some nours ueiwcen reprcecniuuvesoi inc rnuroau cumpiui
und the strikers, nnd, according to report, an agreement Is llkclj to be
reached. Tho company has hltcrto declined (o enter Into any negotia
tions nt all. but was finally Induced to meet representatives of the
strikers. Tho conference Is still In session at 3 o'clock this morning,
with hopes of bringing the striUo to a close.
NO POLITICS FOR ROOSEVELT.
SIIKUjAI.. Kgpt, Mar. 20. Kx-Prcsldcnt Itooscelt stated today
thnt he would sail for Now York On Juno 10. nt tho lntest. Tho cx
I'rosldcnt said ho was very anxious to get home. lie declined to dis
cuss po'llluil iiITiiIjb, but said that ho would Insist that niij reception
that might bo tendered to him o'l his return bo nou partisan.
It nose veil enipli.it lcull Btatcd that ho would refuse to bo mado :i
part of an polltlt.il demonstrations, aud this Is taken to Indicate Ills
Intention to keep nwiiy from active politic.
PREDICTS DEMOCRATIC VICTORY.
' WASHINGTON. I). C. Mar. 20 Tho scones In Congress today. In
n continuation of the greut anti-Cannon campaign, linlo not 'been piral
leled since tho sentntlonul debates which Inimcdlatelj preceded tho CIUI
Champ Clnrk, tho Democratic lender, mado nn Impassioned Speech,
In which ho declared that tho Republican pait was on a toboggan slide.
Ho picdktcd u Bweoplng Democratic lctory In 1912.
MORE GRAFT COMINO TO LIGHT. " .
AM1ANY. N. Y., Mar. 20. Morc sensational ircclatlons wcro mado
.. llniL I... ikIiim .f flin Urn lliaiir....... I .int. I r 1 I t.u IrtntlPfl tVlIM f?ltlll
iu tuiiuj a nulling ui itiu iiiv ii.dii.iihiu aiiiii.j. ......... ...... n....
J of direct pamcnts of bribes to members of the Legislature to Influence
(legislation regarding tiro Insurance (matters, nnd It was shown that
j large sums were used In the I.eglslatare.
'MANY JAPANESE FISHERMEN DROWNED.
TOKIO, Mar. 20. Mnny nailing bouts: huo been lost In a wolent
storm. It Is estimated that at lcMt COO have been drowned. Tho
w..1p,1 rwiiln" imM n h"lni wished nshnro bv the peore.
IN the summer, when 'a fellow is
especially fond of spending
most of his time out-doors, there is
a lot of satisfaction to be gained
by having light and summery
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MAIL FRAUDS UNCOVERED.
COUNCIL ULUPr'S. Mar. 20 I. C Mid limy and thirteen nsso"l-
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1111 B IlilVU Ill-Vll iiiiiiii Kuiiijr 1,1 i, inn i, iiiit i i-iwitu hinnii JiliJ in) I " - i
coivlctlon breaks 'lip tho greatest Hvliidlltig pang of the ngo. In tho 7, ul , ,hu !,B('",K '""" ,,MJ HjlL,
opinion of the guxcrumonl prosccuMciiH. Tiie) esuinnjr I hut Mn)lray
nnd his nBBOclated gnng luivo cleaned up ten million dollais in tho last
ton ears. The defendants were com Ictcd under the postal law of using
the malls for fraudulent purposes.
TAFT SPEAKS AT BANQUET.
AI.IIANY. .N, Y Mar. 20. IJirl Oiey. (lowrnar-ncncrnl of Canadn.
aid President Taft were speakers tonight nt a banquet of tho University
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