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S1ILL EXFtCT VICTORY
Calm Restored in Senate. Situa
tion Appears Not Greatly
Changed.
TARIFF BILLS REPORTED;
Tinance Committee Sends in
Woo! and Farmers' Tree List
Measurcs with Advcrsc
Recoraracndations.
i from Th* Trn taa ?
ITaablagtoa. Juae ! r: ' ' r"'":
r- , heai il <?' I tha ?,^a,",,',
v took a meeai re of Itael! aad eame
t.i tbe roncluaioo that, aftei alL the
tlea wlth raapi Inrocltj and the
tariff. haa not | llj ehaaged The Cotn
ig all reeponal
i d the
woeilen Mng, reperfl ? '
h. leavtaa
.. Tl
lemenl
plainly thafl rei I
^ ttaa
l
U\o | . "
? re. al I Ahe altuatlon,
? ?. adoptloa II Ib
..i ||a?i Ihi I tarifl i
, in , ? ? of mora or
?.
.... M ,
Ihe li ? f f : tariff
,_.,?? ?
r ra nf I
\' :'f""'
Ihe 1
proclty blll,
r\-i.i - ? ?..- BO IB
t a vote on
? | . ... ie 1
own amend
ihafl tb*
? . . -i
fre*
N*u i 1 n dla- j
?
? ? ? ?
I ? ? >.rep,n'.e
.,.-,,. lhafl blli ana hail |
?,.,.?.. n of Inaurganti
tlng r?f
i e ihla m ?? ? ii = II
Ihe
1 lo 4. nnd ,.f th" '
Shi't Bi.rden to Se- tl
8fhen the
?
of ihal onee
ho^ . ' ?
,-r ? ? tion waa
, ....
elf, and
ar< ? resalve of .
?t the
'., i was mada over nlghl
i ... I that l Iy o! mrn i
.ii ten
. noni ? K
t I
Ur. r
., '?..;??? ? i .
twenty
. . ion i- aolutl ii Foi
I
... .?
? io not
|
? i. . ? r ,. ? Ion of I
i .
k here
I
" i ?
|
af - .
ttee'f
artIon wa it Ifl I to
.-"? nn
ir.i Cummlna afl ta ?
. t li would
alay the rellei
of the
? afternoon
....... ? .
?V ,.|e on this imi
..?-?? - .....
af Ida le aa to i 'aa
: ..'..i.i pulp ,-x
I | Benator
....
.
Cummina Atta'.ks Root ATtendment.
i nt paper ln the
?
and
i ,? beltef that
I old In thi
n< ii by the
ordini ' f Irade and
ci rrv
'
ilnesa
;
af the Unll
prrvately oa ned landa I: effecl
v du' to oertaln >
? Inance
. iurr- ? t
?
| lll Wl Ifl
, itad ?
? ? ?? in make up II
. ? i
;it tha
? '? ' -i .in ri
\.
? i . lhat before
tha grea
PT law of 19 . .
European
Visiiors
Eijropean Columna
cf the
New-York Tribune
a rcliabic gtlidc to the begl
_hcp% iotcls und resorts.
Coiisult These Golumni
Before Sailin^
nnd nu'cli valutMe time will
be saved for si._;hi ieeing.
THE 'DA y /A WASHIjWG TOS*
i r ata Tha Trtl aa ? wnvea I
WaalUngtea, Jana B.
BKS \'i'1 BITUATION Thfl aetlon of tiie
**.<nate In orderinir a report on the BrOOl bill
? i eoi titatea .. defeat, nol 8 v..
lory, for tarlff iwi-nlon. Tha rtateen Re
pobll ana who roted v.tth thr Demoeratf
^1,1 ?o aolely for rolltleal reaeona, and wlth
fuii knowledge tiiat they arera retardlng.
toanotlag, tarlff mvlelon. ?A-"<i avery
n.n.o.r.it arho votea i" atneaal the C*ana
dian reolprocity meaaura bj addlag thereio
. | grmi ra' Vrcc Ual Mll, lha wool bill
or ai.y form of aaattt* tarlff leglalatlon
arlll de ao knoarlng lhal he la Mcrifklng,
tarlff revlaloa BO peMtloal flrivantitue. The**
aro Btroaa -lat. inenta. h.it every one of
thoiii 'b aaaaoepttMe of preef Thetr rorreet
- .r.ri he (loni"iistr;.i.ii to tha ?ntisfa<*
....'. ..f every InteHlgem ahaarver, ba he
Democral or RepubHoan, arho \<ni looh lha
on Bquara Iy la tho fa< a
IPROCITt IS RBV1BION.-Thfl Ca
reclproclty agreement, if earried
. ? aould conatitute aome tnaaaure
B revlaion. Tha blttei oppoalt* n or
l . md-i atterV' would be aufllcli il
of thla if the agrea meut dld n<>t
.... |i r,,,. i. iha legtalation
i to ranrj the agrreement Into ef
amend. d b? Ihe additlon of >??
atlon, the Prealdi nt a 111 v< te it
I , ? r..t. it is known lo < rers
i \.. o -.ol d ? ? iterday for an early
ol bill. Purthermore, the
... . ? ttlng an ;>~" ? n* nl ? etwet n
I,. . ? . ? rgent Repub
on ;.ny general tarlff atnendment te
; ,,.. exceedlngly '?
abij I ? att.
and llttle pi*oapect of ultl
i .._-. foi ll - aake
. m< nt, tli '1 th majoi Ity r.-i ii'1' Ben
, ,.-., omi oaed of i .?? mo*
ar Inaurgei ta ould
. ?_.,- m. nt on euch an amendment
.... of ami ndm< '"v '?' ' ''!li" " "
? mi the ma
? ; the majorlty ln thi 11
? .t ITeaterday morning tha
.? ? ? - ? ? ? ' w*a well
..ai enactmei t. The 1
. t wi - all bul defeated. The
? at ....... ... ting ?
|ch arouid
.
When the Sanat. adjourned
? on h id I. I anged.
,\. tlon oo l ? - ? ?? ''"'"' ''" "
BUCn ,. .. tarifl revlaion aa it con
. , i, had trronad, and
. ,,,, iiahed b; a i ealition I
........ .j . na ml< fl ol ? procili aith
the ] if nt." 11
Thk INBI ItOBNT UM To pereelare
., , .-. ,,...,,,.,. nf ihe Republlcan ln
? Inaurgenta It
? , re. ..ii i' - ta' i lhal
... i . . have been Mtterli oppoaed I
Iprodtj and ? faet ihat thelr
Bonatoi I i "i atte, haa cont i ?
. norted thera to adopl bta alogan of
ng 1 ? raft" an.l te reed hia
ite thal Mr.'
.. .,f, , on ?? downward i ' -
? ,
. ., bj, ; . ?? knoa . a do all
thoaa who ' ? : I*!?. tho\ tha
,, :1 v.mo ai ? gem rai tarlff revlaion
, ? ,i arlll evi ?.ty Mll
If it carriea amendmentfl pro* llng foi gi
., ., tarifl ra Hon. Ha ? ?
. ,. Mr Tafl ln the public
nt with hla
iwed polli - ??? h "' ha aeeka to pul
Mr. Tafl m a poal) m wl a Injure
... rhe Canadlan
haa worked gra
. poiitlcal fortunea ol I ?? inaurga nti
M one iime it had iplll thelr ranaa wlde
;i. tlon of yeaterday they ,
belleved they were "gatting even" wlth the
t. Bul that th- I were BBBklag '
. ? a? of tha oonaumer
. , atlonfl of thla eountry with
. Domlnlen to the north cannol bai
galnaaid,
.,?,,;? pRBBlDONrB ATTITUDE* Prea
ada towa f >-'':'' "?? ta,i:T
_ i wal! known to
.,. n ehoulJ ba equally well
whether he approved
ii or not. a protaetionlat, Mr. Tafl la con
? ? .;i, ,,. induatriei ahould bc|
bavi bef.aeta from thfl Tarlff
, ,. ..,?. R,tj..n on. 1 am BOl
lalon of th. taHff. lt there
tlon at hand to Bhow that the
tarlff - ? ? !"" bigh."
Benatoi Bi.t. as ranhlng member of ihe
Hnanc fommittee, aald he had vot.
wool bill b. t one
. ? the whole | roi a ougl to ba
me ,1
lowed by the Gor. '? "1PL'S
on t: i waa too i '>'>?
T-?
FINANCE COMMITTEE ACTS
Decidcs to Report Wool and
Frcc List Bills at Once.
. togton. June tt "H ha* beea denv
,t, ted tbat Ihe Republlcana ao longer
. , | rontrol of tho Benate. and r^..^'
... ? < ,:,, them
ad a meet
,-, ,.,..? mm ttea to-day.
. ten montha properly
...... ?*?? *n,n;
i . Inga. Anytl ng ehort of
t tlmea ? ? Tha Mll mlai.i
, v(.|i ;, reported to-day as on
'"" . . ?
. i. - -? ' I ' lark, of
IVyomlng agrced wltl Irroan. aad
i ? raraa report
. .,,niimtt... cooa
?
8 aald thfl Benate ? ?a Ition
. rgentfl to for. e
t.. . n nghl before votlng on
..... of the agrea
.... , ? . . ing, al laaal ' BV n
ttor GalMnger alao Ina ted lhal '
, nunei Iproelt) noa aeei ed slim.
Hi., oppoaltlon to tha Mll, however, haa
eapreaaed,
Benator Bi ??'' ,i,r commlttee to
.. v. daya oa tha wool
bill. Aa tj> ? aald
..( , . , -o tho g. i ... Bituatlon
. bul i bad heped II
'
... .i , Penroae'a Blatement
no 1< Bgei waa
... ?: t of affatn li
i. ? ?. ? aald he wai .
,. et\ oi '?? ?? P'a< "i when
?
?i v a,i| take ?? great deal <>r pli i ra In
aad watching t>>** Benata
i tarlff Mll th;.t haa nol
.... Commll
. |on| V. ii.lo ... L-rt
tlon Uke thi . bul we i aa
r.-fi.l' f". thi ' t.
.,i,i s-; ..'". Brlatov . a ho fo...| ...
Brhtlr Ihe coiamltt.
v .' m i ?' lalon Mlla.
?
. ta ? i and i
, ind I" "d T -" bllla
lakl ? admltted
<! producti ?? ? qiiaav
rhat will thi Preai ? ? do ' if h<
?- wi >? ba arlll aceept our bllla m.? rim^nd
ip.r.i Ity me. aun We ean
.untr; 'ii Ihi *?'"!?.. IHoi
fljght tt oul ? for tbi
?
Tha commll tea flrai onaldered tha a ool
hiii Benator Kera aaoved thal limlted
. I a.ru il < 'hatrman
Penroea telegraph i" taaB ei t' rea rap ?
? a willea manufaataurini .?
? ? Natlonal Khae-i < Iroaj -
. .. |.|. .. and ? i". a th. h
li limoni bj J i' !' B natoi ii.
ibl mol on o ;. '?? pro
.1 Coi aa laamedlata adverai report.
I proieetrd hy dutloa equal t,, thB dllrerenee
ln the <oat of prudiu llon hore :in>l tbread,
ohaervation ?.f tba BMtboifl of Ceagreea bi
frnmln* the P.ivnr tariff \*-x .-onvlii'Txl
hlni lhat they were wlmliy BMffeetfflnl ta
iWirriniiiinK thour tlffereaeea He aa* that
the MbeaitagB" ot Iba tariff ooaaaBlMaaa
coaal ted Bltnoefl exeluBrreljr <->f Uetantag ,l'
rx parte taetlmonjr, and that tba Bnal *?"
termtnatloi ol the dutlea dapaadad i" atrga
meaaure en lojr-roiiinK nnd trndtng, Ae
eordlnglr, ba proeured autnertty t'> ersate
? noTi?partlaaa Tariff BoarA, nnd t<> Ita ln
veatlgattana and 'indln-y he has pfnned his
lalth From hia pntnt af view any aBori
a' tariff rerlalon nai i'a*od an thr ftodlnga
of tba Tariff Beard la eertafn ta ba gulte
?? faulty nnd unbalanead a* tba Payne
law. FUr ?hl? reaaon ha wlll approvi BO
tariff legMatlofl now. caaadlan roelinroc
((.-. he bellevee, BbouM atHnd on llo ?W|1
merlta He regarda it a* far mora intpor
tant ln it* potential benoflta lo Ihe ferelgn
r tiona ",' the I nlted Btatea than bi Ita
aronomic n.*poet- Therefore he h*-? deter
mined thnt Ifl muafl atand or f?n an Ha
own merii". nneomplleated bg any haif
baked effbrta .*t general tariff reruaon,
THB DMfOCRATIC THMPTAT-Otl
Theae fai ta are known lo Deinocratlc Bena*
tors, ?r arell bi to Insurgenl Ropublteaua
Blncere advocataa of tariff reelalun en Ibe
? ratle aide of tbe ehaiaber bave de
rlared their purpoee le aupport lha red
proclty aarreemenfl beeauss they belleved H
t., bs Intrlaaleally gooi and la Mne aitli '
iheir tanff ravlsioH vtewa Wow, however.
they nnd tiirm?<?i\r-a: eonfronted with Ihe
grara temptatton ,,f maklng pollllcal <api
tal afl tbe axpenaa <>f thelr eeonomte prln
rtplea nnd convlctiona < >n iho ona hand
, ara goaded by men of tha Balley lype
from iho heaimiinsr opponenta of raclproc?
lty nnd untratntnelled t.oHtioai convlctiona
an.i prtnHplea, wlthln thalr own ranka; o.,
the oihor, they : re tempted by tboaa Re
puMleana who *?- datermlned at nll eoati
i.? Injure Mr. Taft nnd who offer Ihi Bpe
cloua plea o\ "demanding more tariff ra
vtsienH hs a eloah fo-- thelr real object.
I'inal approval of tbe reclproclty aareo
tnenfl would greatly pmmot* Prealdent
Taft'a polltlcal fortunea aa |q known of aii
men. The eountry li on the evr of a n.-.
? . ? ' election, and t? Democrata, long out
of power, lha temptation to eaal eonaldera
llona of tariff reviaioB to the four wlndi
end to "1'iay poiiiiea" ta naturalty elmoat
i,% crpowerlng,
r.\Ti: WITH DEOIOCRATi A* the *i?
uatioB in tba lenate atanda, nothlng kai
Democratlc ateadfaatneaa lo thelr promlaea
ran as.vo the Canadlan redpreelty agree
rnent. Tha RepubMeana whe ara ro.i.u t->
vote for the Bgreetnent, elther on Ita merlta
or ont of loyalty u> the admmlatratton, aro
in the mlnority, Blxtaen Republleana pra
far "anythlng to i??iir- Taft" or "aay
thlni to preveni any laHff revlalon" to
ronaldaratlona of International relatlona or
aconomie baneAfl io lha eeaaumer. Tha
Demoerati hava II In Ibelr powei todeaarl
tho).- Inaurgsnt aMiee and 1 nmin tn.o, lo
thalr priarlplea and thelr promlaea or to
ser-k polltlcal capital, ?" efforl nol unat
t, nded wlth dangi'- ba a laa Ita i leceaa da
nenda antiraly on ti"- eatenl ta which the
roetn can be decelved.
PROBABLE OUTCOME 11 li perhapa i
Uttle Bcon after tba atorra to haaard i
,- raa aa ta ibe outcome, bufl tbe Indleatlona
atlll polnl to tha auccesa of the redprodty
agreement The Demoerata aay thep Bfill
nofl aupport an) amendmenl whicb would
k;M lf Tha poaall iTitli - of compromlae 11 -
tween the Inaurganta and tha Democrata on
, Kher th. Parmera' FYea Uafl MU or tl i
? .n *r.- remote, and wore on- reached
Id prol ably rall of approval bj thi
. Fellura ln eonferenoe would leok
. man in tha atreet like aa Irreconclla
bia fttffereaea between Democrata ir.
therefore, t'1* aanar counaria among ti'?
Democrata prevall tha mlnorlty arlll oaa
th< Insurgenti onl] h* leng an they <an be
,.. to aerve Democratla enda, and thev
wlll then ba Wt "hoMing the bag." t'1"
, ,,.,?... whld looka meafl probaUe afl tl la
,,,,, ;,? outcoma whlch we dd ? ?
tirely aatlafactory to n majority ol the
Democrata who prefer a ganuine, unragen
. .. _n(j unconverted Rei.Ilcaa to eny
indetennlnate, ahiftj and ui.rtaln ImM
., - *!. < 1. 11.
Republlean memben t-.o^ the r
\.. im be unjual .'?no' nn al ifacto
-,, the ireafl businesa Intereata concerned t?
neai only a few men. They aald lhal manj
:|| .;, ],., n ara new i II h thi lr flocka,
iranaferrlng them to aummer rangea after
na and lamblng, and thal it would
he hnpossible for tbem t-> coma afl thi.j Hme.
.... eald t ial many Independent
manufacturera, not in any way connected
? . ,, ...;', , tflToollen Truat. had ro
? ,j ,.? ga, an I thal under the Karn
motlon thej would be ei *4 'l",,?? ,<',
... I ba compelied to
tel] iha gn I Intereati thoy eouM nol h.*
.. lared thal "tbe enly f?ir
thirm would be lo n p?rt tho wool revlaion
bill Bdvi roely ;.t onee."
Thla motlon was adopted by ? vote of I
,,, 4, thi dlvlaion belng oa atrletly party
aii tho Republlean Baembera flroted
i-,,r t ... adverae report, aa folloB i Pei -
;0v,. cullom, Lodge, llelTumber, Smo.it,
Galllnger, Clark, of tVyoming; ifeyburn
and La Follette Tha Den o. ra ia wha
n tho noRativ^ wera Balley, glmmons, wiii
and Karn. gton. and Johnaon wera
ah?ont.
Thr Farmers' Free lAai bill waa then i ? led
up by genator Balley, who doniro.i Immedi
ata action Ha meved b favoraWa report,
whlch waa loafl by I to r, tboaa In the nr
firmailve rote belng l** Follette, Balley,
Blmmons, wiiiian i and Ken
. in > otlofl "I Benator Oalltnger, I > ? I
was then ord,.i r< ported adveraely, s to
Tha negatlv* rote waa the eame a.* tbe
afllrmaUve vote on tbi precedlng motlon
by Benator Balle],
CLARK PREOICTS_REVISION
Bpaaker Hopo.s Democratic-In
surgent Coalition Will Last.
. Tbi TrUMme Roraaa l
M aahlngton, Juna '-'" Bpeakar Cbamp
.. in maklnl predlcikma of a ra*
riaion of Ibe entlre tariff. expreaaed tha
belief and hopa lo day thafl lha i>< mo
crattc-lnaursant coalition ln the Benate i.*
K<.ina te "atiek "
ji. admlttad, I owever, thafl i ombl ial
a'nens: Insurgenl Republl ana and J ?? mo
.?rataeatin.it alwaya ba depended on.
"In irlea e-f thr attuation In the Benate
aald tha S;"-.ik?r. "the Houaa wlll
prooead to ahor.t ovor tba tariff revlalon
imIIh juni a? fnat Bl ara can i?a<!i 11 ??m
I aend ovei ?> revlalon of the cotton
... b al oul threi ? i ? The Houae
? . ? I,. .i whiia to flva the flVaya and
. . 'ommlttee oppoi lunlt) tu di^' .--t
ii noi Intrlcat' ? ' ? ?? iie. < ?t h. r a. hed
ihould noi prov< a,, dllBeult <>f re*
: ;,. al-' . .-. ? I thtnk W? B '11
follo~ il"' i-otton ? . ? lule w Ith .. r> . lalon
.i .1 leel and Irnn
,,C tho i'a ne tailff law, and othei lea ni
poi i.it.t ones Tl t '? li ub< Ib \\ llllna to
ill aummei a d a "i ? , and i aee iii' ,
.. i im .ni oa i Iy adjnurnmenl
< ii oi.iittuiied Ihe Ht.< .tU.-r. "no
lhat I ne coalition
between In m aenl and Democrata in tha
h wlll work oul aiiioothly lo tha ? nd
i i i rall er belleve tl at Ibe i oi iblnai Ion
?rnons 11 oai who wanl ,. i . Islon >.f thf
,,, n ? i,i ? iilel ' and ti at iha Benate wlll
H, i un tbeaa varloua billa ihat w ara golt -
I '? ? ilien
STRENGTHENS PURE DRUG LAW
Srnator McCumber Introdiitcs Bill in
Line with Presidf-nt'B StiRRCHtions.
VITaBbl ? i m 0 Bi l'i loi ||< ? .bei
t,,-day Intiodured a blll amendlng tba imr.
foo<i and druga a. i t" oenform wlth the
i. omi ? ? I llona mada to ? '?nai ? ,?? ?
da b I'n Idenl Taft, tbal provlale
to i'i. ? i. i ? a aale ol dangi : vi* io>
u ,in. uJvn ti.-. i .. i .. ?? iiila."
IN
Henry 0. Havemeyer's Deal with
the Church Explained.
TRUST C0NTR0LS UTAH CO.
Mr. Taft Made No Antc-Election
Pledgcs Not to Disturb
Tariff on Sugar.
Waahlngton. June lt ?Iraeulry Inte thei ?
latlonahlp between the Mennen Church and
thr- American Bugar Reflnlnl Company,
hor,.,, to-day before tbe Houae commlttee
of Inqulry lnto the Bugar Truat, Bhoweil
that Henry <? Havemeyer'a Bral daallnga
in tho beei ..,,.;,r. boatae ? arera arlth tho
rtah ajogar Company, ln wWch Iba aaor
n."ii i 'hureb waa Inter
Thomaa i: Cutler. ol Ball l?aka
prealdent and general manager of the I
Idaho Bugar Reflnlng CompanJ ;"''' :1
former blahop of the Mormoa Church ap
peared aa ? wftneea He ?11 thal ol th??
approaimatel] 81500,000 p il ?P '"' u "'
the tTtah-ldaho company the American
?ugai Reflnlng Company eontrolfl M
er 8*6.818 ihai ? a; Joaeph P Bmlth. preal?
dent of tbe M'm'mmi. Church, ? ? trueti fo*
th<> Church, gt.ni Bharaa; tha eetati ?>r
Haaary o. Havaamayer, IMTI aharea, and lha
remaiaaler la owaed by ' '?''? Indlvldual
Btoekholdarra Mr Bmlth, whe haa been
Bummoned aa a wttneas, aant word lo-day
lhat ha waa on hla waj to W lahlngtoi i d
a-ouM arriva here on Meoday, lo i
inc.it ihe teatlmeny given bj V1, '
aha wlll contiBue before tha commlttee to
row
Mr. Cutler toi.i the earli hlatory of Hij
beei augar Induatry ln Utah, di tlng
many yeara, up le tho time .-f thi organ
laatlen of the Utah Bugar Company, In
1888, nnd ti.o idahe Company, In lf*a. Tiu
Mormon Churcb beeam. Intereated, flrat,
bj Indoraing notea of tha orlginal compan
and purehaslng bond -. and latei wi
duced i" buy atock, he aaid. '?? I reaa nta
tlre Garretl ef Tenneaaee, who eaamlned
Mr. i lutler, aaked aboul tha enl rana*e
or Mr Havemeyer Into the affaira of thi
company.
? in IfaaV" nM Ihe a/ttnaaa, "1 flial aaet
:? r o Havem. i ?
? Dld you approach hlm, er dld ha ap
proflu h you?" aaked Mr, ? lai n tl
Mr. Havsmeyer Proposed Deal.
? Mr 11;, \ emayer approa. ed me.' waa
ti.r. reply, "and ll ???.; :"' ? d ?"?'? rea ,
|.os,-> than waa generally Buppoaed I had
i.orn buntlng capital foi rear- for the
Inta reeta ln a hlch we were Inti i I
.1 had been In the K rt
BJr n.i.r.or nad h. ard nf i
-.?;,. .mi wgent le ITtal to ee me 11
wiiiiatn lv wniletta t waa |u ? golng t"
I'allfornla, and Mr. PfllletlB aeeompanled
t.io there and arranged for m< o go to
Nea 1 >t!- io ai o Mr H ??
?| went i" New roi k, ai h Mr.
? i . rvaa tl only man i me| at
tbat tima. i Jaidged thi t he
h * tor di" Antertcan Buga R< ; Com?
pany. beeauafl he ueed the nrord 'we* In
all hi- eenvaraatloa
"Mt Havem. r<:' aa d ' ? ''" 'u ? B*w*!
declded to go nto Ihe beei augar bualneaa.
w. think ii la bound lo ? i ? one of the
Induatriea of thla i " i ' tr*
l a\" heard of yout
We aent f.o i to a If yo ? ouldn'l help
ua in eatabliahing ? l tar planta ln an:
trr?,d lo. n the l'nlted Btati - '
Ml lold Mr. Havi meyer thal l waa i ot la
n po dtlon io ? ??. i bui a pr i ?? '?'""'? >nd
111. i t at what i wanted a
ln oui oa n i ntei p M rhei he made .<
piopoaltlon to me to aopply half or all tho
papltal we would need Ln eatandln
bualneaa l" good loeatlona j.' ?
:ieror to rurniah the ether ' '
poaed to st il. the our atock
holdera aell tl e An ert. an .ipany one
: eli of ? ui company "
Mr. i lutler eaplalned t'^t thla wai
iiP witi. ihe Bto. ?
na.de. ala trlpa ba tween Now x ort at
iritta Mr. Havemeyer the deal wa?
The commlttee had Jual b< ea
Hon ot the wltneaa, when adjourntni i I '
,;],. b [or lha day.
B*et Sugar in Michinan.
Ti o rommlttee flnlahed tbe < atlen
,,f chai lea B Warren, prealdi nt <<f II ??
Mlehla Bugfl R nlng Comp ll Dui
. . ... . tlon ? Benatoi R irrowa,
of Ml . ? i 1.. Chalrmaii
llarda I ir Mr. Burrowa In ?
,,, th.? Benate ln ''?" ad nol
.,.,.,.,i , . Benate' that tl American -
Reftnina Company had nothli g.to do witl
tio Mlcblgan Bugar ?*< ' ' ' ip:,!;V ;""'
had ,,.?i ? lettei te thal effe. l fi.meei
of tha latter cor ?
??ganator Burrowa nevei
atatement in tho Benata." M Warren re
plw -nor dld ha read am letter from the
Ml. higan Bug ir Reflnlng C. pan on the
i! ,,, el lha Benata "
? i.i.i Benator Burrowa aa; v'"pf
leaa Bugar R< Bnlng Compan;
. ? the M ig ?'? ?
Ihe < ???an.
??l don't thlnk he
? i M- Warrei i
? , rrom "ii" ? ' ? '"
Mlchlgan denylna that the i.
,,.. ,.i a Ii len at thei 0
aaM II a.ntrol ed h
_.? ,,,,.. ,; ,. U wa managed bj local peo
,,,,, and that "',s ,'"t * ! '' *?
Amerl ' ' ' ' coro*
'' Regai IH 1 n-i ; '.. tbe P
?lne ta.iff. Repreaentaltve Pordm
Mlchlgan. eaplalned l ' othart ln
fongn * miih Mr Tafl "
fora hlfl U-ratton. 11
promlae n th. Payni AWrtch law llmltlng
the importatlon ol Phlllpi.rl ?
ll,?v ,., 308.000 toni ara ? l I '" '
?,.,. ... pa paa
??\ir Taft agreed to it rerj
i ? compromlae." aald Mr.
Pordi a
Mi Warren waa aaked 8 the
auga', tarifl t-onferena.Hb ' ? >?'? ? '
j.ih. te Waahlngton to m M
i .f.-" aaked Mr Hardwl k
.?Thi year befora the rai
Mr Aarran, I "">"? '''?
,nT??tl. with K D BUI Phlllp
MrMlllan, ol Detroit. to meet - ??? i
Taft i ? dlnnei PhiUpplni ani u mattera
i .... d
No Pledn6*1 M*f'e hy Mr. Taft.
? Waa tl '? ''
,.a, ,,, t, ? ? v.i > of Mi Tafl ? eleel
. '. | . -,. the 1 uifl 0" I
i o. h'
..N,, ., .. ara ald Mr \\ i i en
?Mr gtali and Mr M< MII1 i ol no
,,??,, matter, and neitber dM I
M eonveraaOon aa4*ep4 about Phtllpplna
, .,ii, ? >iona.
??|,i,| Mr Tafl glva ' ? ?':
Ihai noth ag woi b ? me to Injure the
i?.... mgai InU i ?
Th. Pn dd. nl wrol
nbout thi Phtl i ?? '
ad ma le help him," aald tbe aritneea. ^r
Warren proml td t.. help, nn<i when legaa*
lation eame up ihe mgar Intereata wata
,,.,: opposed lo tha com eaatons.
i ,\lr Warran wHs BSked BbOUfl the flB'
it ona of tha Amerlcan Bugar Baffning ,'nrn|
pany^e Iba Ulchlgan eompanp. He aaW
? ? wm* iii no aray oonneeted anHb ,l10
Amerlcan rompauj ageepfl on Bpeclal "ri *'
laiona whei hi took parl ln uegotlatlona
r..i Mr Havemeyer and aaaoelatea ta "",
laecumulatlon of atock hi Ulehlgaii beel
11 igar ? empanli -
Rapreaentallve n.iker. of California,
arked Mr. ITarrefl if he uonsldered th* or
IganlBatlon of tha Mlchlgan Bugar Reflnlng
L'cmnany a vlolatioii >.r lha anll-truel la*
,,r lawB of Mifhii-at, Tl.o witnosa aald ho
OA not. and thal the eompeny never ned
any -ontr.-n-l- wlth BB) roni|>"|llor rr ;<
Ing t'. ahipping, prlcea or anythlng ?"**"
? if ue reati ilm I any emnpetltlon," aak
ha, "oui peopie would go i" aleep. '-inM" t!
t'nn i? thi HT* of thla eompany."
Mr. \'...i;-ni told tha oon)lnltt*', tbal I"
consolldatlng the iii Mlchlgan coneerna
tho romMned -.n.iiiv had produced BUga'
ch4. and I ad told it cheaper te lha '??"'?
BUtner.
INSULT TO ROOT DENIED
Rtpublicani Block Consideration
of Rociprocit.y Resolution.
im. Telegrapli to ''?'? Trll -?'?- l
Albanj June 23. Republlean Benatora b>
d,-,y pn ? nl ? tan of Benator Me
. i. itand Ipn dljr reaolution" aa ?'
ipeeial order In the upper House Mondas
nlshl Thi reaolution elvlng I; ?? IndorB
menl of tl ? pnople of thi.* Btate to Preal
denl Tafl reelprocity proposltloB m?kea
an attaek w Benator Rool for hia tariff
po uion is th Detn rata eonce* ? "
>r Newcomb denounced thte sttack on
Benator Roofl as unjual prajudlced and iU
rounded H" said hi ? ouW hi n voted
doubtleaa, for an: reaolution IndoralnB
..., ,- ,,i ,ough ha didn't think II
irRg Pre ?*? Iy t! ?? duty of tha l^gislature
to dlre i i ongn <* aa to it.< dutiet B ifl
.,?; . k on the aenior Bon itoi made it
i . : ...... tba Md lellaad rt lu?
i ?
McCielland declared he didn't Intend f'1
;...;i, ,,, ttl cl Bei atoi Ro ?? Neweomk
l ol thi raaolutl. n showed
md tha anlmus. s? nator V ?
n. r aoughfl tn hava graated nnanlmoua con
?^"nt th.ir the reaolution be diseu sed Mon
da) nlght. bul Benator Breckett, mlnority
j. ...,. objected
MAINE COFFERDAM HOLDS
Poports of Its Failurc Dcnied by
Army Engineers.
Ffavana, Juna "" Bensatlonal local ru?
: mon of Ibe failure of 'He Maina ooffer
! ,,.,!,, which haa been reperti d di flclanl ta
? ,, appan I ba ?-d oi I - dlacon
I tlnuatlon "i' pumplai ainea the nigiit of
denled lo-nlght by Brlgadler
. ,i Blxby and i 'olonel Black. They
,ld t. ? fii, tura wai fulfllllng all espeeta
Th.i thafl ''i" dlacontlnu, mce "f tba
? ng wa ? In accord Bflth tha plana te
:, ., tbe dam thoroughly before lowerlng
... to conalderal ? depth.
. a-ati i li rai I ? bow al twelva '? ? I
. Tha ' .llen to Bftesn fei l waa
merely tentatlve II wna partly for tbe
purpose of glvlng i prellmlnary view of
ona of th- borth deck In Ibi afti
t mali ? foi atudj Ing tba affocta of the
ii water pressure "i> Ua atructure
. . ,,,,. xhla obaarvatloe dlai loa ??.
uga, b hlch waa nofl ? -;
lmportant, bul Indlcated tha i e. aH?il) ui
, , . .. ng the Interal rea between tl ?
. ? . ; i alaaona. Thla wlll be accomnliahed
i y dumplng ifreal ? ? titl - I broken
uion. wherever leakage has occurred.
, . ii Bixb lald to-nlghi i l othing
had I"- ii ? Ihe b< tvloi ol 'he
? ii- ln< onalatenl wlth conditions fore
Ihe ena .rs. Ho add. d tl I
lowei Ing ol he water to flfte.
been merley axperlmentel. Probably the
level would be maintalnad at tha i.resont
nf twi Iva feel for a wex h or ten
?: i,,. ,,.,... 0( the nomph to romoval of
tho wat< rannot ye ? | 'ted, but II
; wlll probably 1* m inj w< eka hence, there
? i ite
relic 1.i to-day waa
iin fi see'a walklna itl k,
t ,\a^ in hia cabln, -""i waa Identifled by tha
; inartipti. n on lh i h indle
i -???
' OEORGE 0. GLAVIS ARRESTED
1 Charged with Thcft of Evidenco Involv
ir or Moral Turpitude of Senator.
., o, Jui "- 'taa ?? 0 Olavla waa
, into cuatody to-daj oa a warranfl
to by ? The ' hi ago Pribune"
, |t| the Un ti .'' i ?? ooka
' ol a i.nn In Waai ington, whlch, it la ai
. iridenea of the moral turpl
, ..,,- ... ? . rtaln rnit< d Bt '? B< nator ani
other ofllclala of ti..- government.
OVER BII.LI0N APPROPRIATED
Third Session of Glst Congrops Voted
11,026^682.889.
d'ashlngton, J ? ?? B - ApproprlatUma
n the thlrd tt i on of the Blat < !on
? ::,. . ad to tl W.fl -?>'-'. accordbjg to
,i joinl Btatemenl b) the Kouse and Benate
Approprlatlons commltteea to-day. Thla
aaa $1,218,747 le* t: .,? the a propi latl ? ?
previouB ae_alon. ln additlon, bow
. onl racta wen i uthw ;?od to ba an
I tered Into for certam pubMc worka calltng
foi [uture approprlationa "f $4..i">?.iid
? FOUND BY'FISHERMAN JOHN'
i Minncsota Man's Unusual Pow
ers Shown in Discovery of Bocly.
IB 1 ?- 9 " Trlb ine i
Bt Paul, Mlnn I i i .ftei aaya af
[ng Lake Mln ? tonka, near tbe t? ??'???
drownlng, and llnally the futll
. .-' . naralte, "Fiaherman John" ot StiH
remai kable Bnd
in.- the ii'idi"* af drowned peraoi i aacmi
aupernatural, yeaterday added ta
itlon by brlnging tl ?? bod] of .loim
?? Brooklj n, li itr.or In tha ? ngi
i. ? ng depertment >>f the I'nlveraltj of
Mlnneeota, lo tha lurfaca from thlrt) feet
ol wat<
aaa drowi tl ten da) ? ago i" I
Toi ?? t.. \ ai ?'. ? '?'!? i 11 ? d v. h. n a canoe
.. young woman wei a
paddl . ?? tl Two brothi i | a io ?<
Brooklyn after the drownlng
...ii d the bodi !?.'? li '! ist lo-night.
CONGF1ESSMAN COX DIVORCED.
ttevel ind ' r ?? . Ml ? Hai ? I Pbi
f, tneriy of Dayto Ohio, to d.i\ waa
gr inti ?! ??> dlverca from Coni i
i ' ' nea ipaper publlaher and
": I i n Hj. ln ? 'oin.ii P ? aa
? oui' rh decree waa I ased on lu i al
? egtect.
' ' Bl "... ? | II .?.? ou) ,.( ,-.,,?( Both
pan in ? uie to havi ,. ,.,:, , |ghl ... i the
Jsmi i and John Tha
? earini I ted 1 tt. . d nutea
TUNNEL TO PAY WIDOW |1M0A
' '' ' ? ? ?? . wldoa "i in
Ing P ' ovejoj .i real ? sin. broker, ob
lali ed pei mlaaion frowi Juatlce Ri i
? "?" ' ' ' ; " i .". her iuii
''" ' ' ?' Hud on md \l mhauan R il
? , mj ro ihe death ol her rn -
Mr Lovejoj waa killed by an eleva
Ini in the Kxohr ng, Plac? atation, Jeraov
if the H daon tunnol Mn l^> . ??,:
I ? ? i . i.i
To Increqse Your Enjoymenl ot Dinner To-night
Tiv u f.'/.iss or TWO of
It is Appt t.zing, Refreshingi fnvigoraiing, Whoiesome! I
BeitUag ??? i, by iha
i... .? ara
HaJUSTON & WOIR/ '
rarh
<>,?? r f.. n. aai ga ita.
YATESDEFENOS L
Never Heard of Use of Money
Until Long After Election.
DENIES TALK WITH HINES
Illinois Ex-Govcrnor Describcs
Political Batilcs in His State
Oallcd Denccn "a Liar Still."
ilngton, June 0 Bg-CKrrerner Tatei
of Nllnoia, whe nol only aecuaad Oovernor
i?ono"i of ptaytng i mi falae ln p dltb
soni w.r.i to him thn ???"? Lorlmer
thal he ws lill," denled le-dap on
the wltneea land before the Benate een
nuttoo tn Invoatigata ti o ijptttaat eleetlOB
that h<- had ever heard of lha naa of money
ln thal election until mon l in ;i '*r nl
terward. Botl ' ? ":,i Oeo - W Hlaman,
and publlshf r of " Tha ' "hlcago ln
i??!?-<'?r-r in, ? i1 ?? ,,r'- othei ? pro
fe*i?d atrong friendahlp for Mr Lorl
Mr. Illnman expreeaed the betlef ftiet
there had been a "Jaeh pot," or general
tomiptlon fund, ln the BpringfleM Legla
lature for i i ifl ha polnted io
Mr, Loi Imei s ei i a Ihe pro i >l i on
?
Mr. '? itei di nk d thafl ? ' -bad
conversatlon a Ifl: Edward Hlni . of Chi
txzn, over the l<-in:.r dlatance telephon on
iho dnv Benator Lorlmer n
gard to ??> oorruptlon fund for Mr L
mer's ale tion or anr olhe ? ?? I ^'r
di ai: - of co insel for the ,. mmlttee, ? i
plained fl t then had b* an the I
gestlon thal i". held n .iversatlon wlth
Mr Mm. i on thal day, but Iie dld not be
lleve there would l|o an' test1m<my lo 1
effecfl I ? tora the commlttee.
Tne eB-Ooverw r i poiltl sl bi '
... 1 . . ? . r. ely, I'i'-r !?? the ? I
Me- i for tha commlttee, and Ihen by '
BlbrMge Henecy, repreaentlng H
Lorlmer .
Mr. Uealy lln * look Mi. fates thw
hlstory of Illinois politles. He wa -
.ni i ad an: poll Ical i B I
Yatea and Lorimer Exchanqe Smiles.
? .vi.-,.,- : . ? . rr dld "ot mpporl me for
anon t-ation for Oovernor I UM, and thei
waa qulte a polltlcal dlfference ln mv
.|iind." ? ild A 1 Itl I ...
1,..' mer Tlie latter amili d
Mr ratea aald h< and hia enda nomi
nated Got i nor ' ien< i
?t toid him i waa for him for Oover
nor." i." explaii ad "He to d me tha
would - pi.s '"" rnlted Btatea Bena?
tor, Tl afl '? b ' h iba* i ieni ? og Ideratlon,
-id one he .ild nol keep "
Ti ? . tvo.-> of thi lura were j
i . , |fi v itei telllna
? una tho political opponenfl of Gov
, ? . Deneen, Benator Lorlmer llnln ?
behlnd Mr Fates for Oovi i or igalnat
D n< ??! In HM
Th- feellng toward Oovernor Dene<
more axpll iltly descrllied In s lettei -
Mr. v.iti 4 aald he a rota from Floi ? ? I
Banator Lorlmer in I ig that tne
newapapera aald that Lorlmer was going to
? Deneen Oovernor,
"1 told Bi natoi Lorlmi '?? he ";
el cted Oovernor Deneen to call him sside
nnd 'oll him he ! Bd One ftiei ?! who
11, aeen lo-a ad that 1 am tho
man."
"What goi you in II ? ? frame of
i Bi nai >r Kenyon.
"T don'l know. Do you? i waa ei
? ? ippy of the oppoi tunlty lo t-dl him
lled Mr V i ?
Benator Ki nj ? n expn naed ? loaity to
know if he 'i..'i aver told ? Go rnor that
face '.. face. Mr. Tatea aald he had
"i <i'> not t'link i uaed the aherfl and ugly
word, bul i had no doubl thi Oovernor
undi ratood
"Whel di-'. he ma ' ! '
i;.- dldn t gefl l ery much ex ll d."
Comlng down to the Lorlmer election, thaJ
witneaa lald he waa ? warm frtend of thej
Benator, and aboufl fort> .' ? be
t'.'io tbe election on Ma; M he learned flrat
I i.orimer probably would ??
i.ii-imer himaelf had told him afl thafl time
? en waa n chanle of his elec Ion. Hi ia
he did everj thing he ? ln
hat < t ti"'.'' r even hi ard of tl .<
?ii i?,is_c afti r tl." election
Says Majonty's Will Prev?iled.
>i>-. fatea declared 1 it the wlll of l ?
rftjr waa n. rarted b thi f< ?
-.f Benator H >ph na, i ? ? had only
im unphed '?. a plurallt] rata ot.
who had otot mada a long and vlgoroua
(Ight agalnal him.
"DM wearlneaa of the deadlock enter into
tha election of Benator Lorimer?" a-ki-ii
Benator Flel chei
??Yea, i think it dld? '
"The Democrata had ? o cl ince of elect
Ing thelr candldate, did thej '"'
"Kone whatever."
Banator Kenyon auggeated that ir Rei
! ii.an* had veted for a i lemocratlc ?
{ ,i ii,. ha could hava i ??? n . lectc d. juafl '
Lorimer waa by Deeaeaaralk retgg
ir lata i n plled thai - . . H ,
poaition unl.,,,:* Reaubllcaaa t', rota gaa
i".o,,.,f. When it ramo t0 ri?naaeal!
otlng for a RepuMlcan, .Mr Yatea
Hopklaa did .?.! tamrn to -,?, i)am.Kr*^;
BBd 88 did not got thrm '*
?They fell very enthiiataatte kbeai ? ? ?
for iyirin.fr. ' added Mr. "fatea "| ha' '
aay, .im ba raet hla ballot, 'Thank tu?
tha ttma haa aaaaa a ien i >An tau .,'
Lorimer!' They Bttooted H eat "
in ready to lagagter Kerr. tho ... . , t
tha aa - i.', ?? ? - v.--.. q^__
'TlitB.
Banatar Kenyen looehed -n tha arrir-i-ei
? tha flrat atep ir. the eteettoa of Im
mer waa Ihe electlon i ? ?. '',.-,/
loff hb Hpoakr-r of the lltlneda '
1I? aBltrvl tho wltp.a.^ If ? ?? ro, u,
..ti th? night ,. ? '? - ,
meana th? alea tlea of Lorimer aa par,?.0..
Mr ratea ianled he had man-. -.
n .-nt, bai da raanded te know ?(,?
i ;,<i n ? ? nl
.-'. aatoi Ka b* on aVeked if be I ad not m?<,
anl to Phllllpa ? ??.--...
! [ei eld" ret* ?: I
'T know I'lillilpe." BtUd Mr Tataa, ? I|a.
with Tha Trlbaae' row and i- ?n Beaag
fellow. if ba ? i it i wotht bw
1 a..lld lt
Tho wltno?B add?d tl at i. hafl |aa?
l eleetad >-?ntt$?
mig ? ? taaed elf a ba
thoro araa ao . i anon to ih,
elfacl ti.at Loi I ? a ? a rai haah
? \' i ,? i., ........... ?. ? ? ?. y
proin1n..n,-.. OT BBeffl I I -?-? -Utaa
?ixpneacd ? destra te you to bava iy>r\ttf
eh ? ted?" Inejuired Benate r I m
Cannot Name tbe Democrata.
"i dont atngra I i ? Hve yea aay.
"N'.t OI.o"
??No.''
rr...Srd f genal I ?llra.
I are pu * i ? ' aame way la a>
gard plea-wa go to tha
dltcfa "
"We hai aay." aa,
? v-at-.
?. . . . BBt.
- i . tked Mr. faiea tf it
tho conveni
.,,. for Oei ern?
".aa
.,-. ..
ed to 1 ?
??After Bidwi ? at aa
Bf aaM
?
tha eommittee. T told 1
Ibt I
....' ? ?
? ?
? . ??
Rog. :? Sulllvai " 'a*
ed.
.... replled 1
.. - ?
llane. - ' ? ?? ? ? .
i
. V.itr.?'; ? I *.
ne ef ttat
?
he had ne '- tilW
arlth any one who ai I ha tflf Da
|a< '' '
for ? n ?
?.g |t . ?,.,;.. ? r. there ? f*<a: aaf
. ry Leglslal f 1 : ?*"
: . illlnola
.?v. ? . you inean '
- ? ? letcher
? v i fund. i ?
the fellowfl who handle
when I came froi ? Blfl H ''???
I arrer
ald i . - ' ?
?-. Hlr man
?|-;, . commlttee wlll
_
STIMSON TO nnSPEOT CANAL
Secretary of War Will .S?il for fa
ama on July S.
Waahlngton, Jui i S Tl ' l aafl.
II I tba aa
of i ? foi
Of fl :?-' '
,.?? ? ? ?:
-
^ ork ?>!. J
.t Havana " aaa*a>
. ? ? .. <. ? . ? i ?
.. i to Rl " ln bl ?
qulra lnto a n e >iui !?? " !'
... , Leonard '? "' ' ?"
my, t -',i.:il 1 v wlll .1 ? ?- *
-
?
ttiona ? ?
P.I (n ..,.-.
Kan Antoi ? . T. i .
1 ..
.. Stltnan 11 ? i
....
i -.enl nd Walt
: m rivate
?.. a
GOVERNOR DENEEN SUMMONEO.
Id, III Jt
, .? ?
- I "' ' '
er *aa>
Ficiion for Summer Days
Stories hy famous writers that wiii make pleuftllt regdiOf ^r
war mwealher. Our next Sunday Magazine will coatain
Don John Quixote, Purnpman
By Jamea B. Connoliy
A thrilling itory of litc at sca, hy one who ranks bfHI
Morgan Robcrtson as a teller of such tdles. In two parts.
The Obsession
By Hulbert Footner
A loinance aboard a yacht, the thcme of this dever story,
which has been entered in our PrifC Story Cur.ii'cuticn.
Back to Nature
By Roe Tulkerson
A heautiful dream of ihe success oi an ?matCUf m*Ea}
culturttt
Confessions of a Cook Lady
By l:.lspeth MacDpnakl
An account of tht tnbulations ot an idvtCt fivtr*
Exhiblt Y
By Amanda Mathews
A tentimenUl tale of a blind Yaqui musician md ?< l'tlllcl'
The Great American Tin Can
By Oeorge Etbdbert WaUh
A lact story with romantic teatures.
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