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I U IIttp al le a Heripr RIetprlHllt elt > Treat T J sr srKnox NWndll Srknu
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WA W IIINOTOV March 10 Ih The fliItt United Unitedtit ntAdI
I tit Itt teand and Canada C lIada ban lu practlrnllr rr agreed agreedto
4 to open negotiation nlaoC aUon fur Lbs drafting of ofa 01a ofrrilrcitY
a reciprocity rhc tY trentv Next Sato azt to the Ih alert alerting DrtInlt avertIng ¬
ing of r a threitenml trade u ul war OLr Iwtween Iwtweenthe
the Ih two countnc this In t the th most impor important Important importnr ¬
tant rwiltof rtI of th Ihlnrift tarlB conferences Imt hw hwlTfOaident ween weentTeMdent
tTeMdent Tdl I aft snd Iut U t S neldine 1 i1 1ldin Iiint the thelomlnione thllIlomlnlon th thIotilnkn
lomlnione a Minir of Finance FinanceThe FinnciThe llIIn llIInlh
The lh prolxibilitv prolklt lit V of t rtntprocity rtprO < lt y negotia negotiations npcotlaUon neutIahorn ¬
horn ws W1i > diivlored dilCl In o the announnnnnnt announnnnnntmade announnnntmad anflOUflin flt fltmad
mad by I tb the State Department today todayof
of f the th trade aereemenl gretn rttnt ut tluit has been beenreached toitoGeh beurpached
reached itoGeh c1 with Canada Correspondence Correspondencetliat
that has hA h passed kietwoen Secretary 8e SeretJIryand rflLIry Knox Knoxand KIIOIIDnd
and Mr Ir Fielding shows tbit the th Socre Socretary StlertIT Sacrtaxy
tIT of State already alr luut siigKe I6tIted ted by bydirection b bdlnoctlon bydirection
direction of the President that negotia negotiations neotlaIlona negotLssttona ¬
tions be begun with u i view to readjusting readjustingthe
the trade relations between n the tb two twocountries twoqntrllll twoIong
countries along alon more mo liberal lines Ji The TheSecretory Tb Tb8focr1tary Thebecretary
Secretory has b ha formally o op preiw tl 1 tbe tbehope behope tbebope
hope that the trado relations will wlllM be h gov governed Ito ItoemfOd govrned ¬
erned by a spirit of cordial reripiwn reripiwntlon re reiroiiilion llr llrtlon
tlon and interdependence interdependenceMinister tnterdepndneIIntMur
Minister lInh hlr Fielding In a formal reply Ily to tothe tothe 0 0the
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the Secretarys letter le r boa ba a anted onted to the theproposition thtJIOfOIilion thepropoeltion
proposition advanced by h Mr Ir Knox sjid nd is iswilling IAwilllnl1 iiiwii1ing
willing to enter f upon the h negotiations n otIDtion at atkuch ataucb atsuch
such time and in such rrusnnar nllr as may be beacceptable beaccptabln becceptabtn
acceptable to both Governments GovernmentsThe overnmentThii
The Tn baois of the new tariff agreement agreementbetween DIlfNmntbeteeo ar mnt mntbetween
between Canada and the th United States Statesby SlntHb7 StMeeb7
b7 which th the threatened tb teotd commercial lol war wartas warWa warwas
was averted was made public todayloon today todayaoon odayaoon
aoon after tho President Irt dtmt had signed the theproclamation tberO thepTooIamatton I
proclamation rO extending the th minimum minimumrates minimumrat minimumrates
rates rat of the American tariff law to imports importsfrom ImportaIrom importsfrom
from Canada The Dominion has con conceded concedlld concdd ¬
ceded reduced r duced rate t on about forty fort staple stapleroznraodillcA AtapltOmmodlll iitnpletommodItka
roznraodillcA exported t from th thot United UnitedState Unl1Gta UntiedEtatei
State Gta to Canada These Th commodities commoditiesrepresent commoditiesretPreent
represent 11 nt a total annual htifinee of ofabout 01about ofabout
about Jiooo000 Through these th conces concessions OnCHtona concesstone ¬
stone President Taft was able Iie to n decide decidethat dcldetht decidethat
that Canada was A not unttnlr discriminat discriminating ¬
leg against American goods and therefore thereforeentitled threrortIe
Ie > entitled ntitl to tbe minimum rates under the theParneAldrich thePvne4ldrich bePa
ParneAldrich Pa ne 4ldrtch tariff Uw L w
The Th ihe most mMt Important Items favored by bytho bythe bythe
the reduced redu rates rat are cotton < seed Mt 1 oil oildrug 011druaa oildrugs
drug and dyes dates nit raisins nut nutsphotographs nutpbotOItl nutphotographs
photographs pbotOItl ph pertimcry plrl lmery goods chins chinsand cl1 chinwd na namd
and porcelain tableware leathei and andskins kndm and11111J
skins m window glass al gIa watch actions and andmovements andlIIomfO ando
movements o emcnts tll and feathers manufactured manufacturedand manufart urtMi urtMiand
and unmanufactured Under the Franco FrancoCaaadlan trtJ trtJCanadian FriuieoCnadtan
Caaadlan agreement a mtl1t Franco receives receiveslow nti receiveslow Vt Vtlow
low rates on about nlnetyexven n Items Itemsor lIemor
or numbers num n as a they th an called < under the theCanadian Ih IhCanadian theCanadian
Canadian tariff law The favored rates ratestn nt ntmjoNI ratestnjoytvt
tn Joyed by France wer the t h principal princiuilground prillci principalTOUnI1 al alaround
ground on which the th United States Htal based liasedIts haIIta basedIts
Its objections to giving ivIn Canada the th mini minimum minimum jointmum ¬
mum rate under the PayneAldrich law lawIt lAWItl
It Itl is reported that Secretary Knox Knoxwhen Knllxwhll1 Knoxwhen
when the hn neeot nRotiation 1st Ions first opened askethat aske uklhat ask askthat
that the hf United States Stt lie t put on an n equal equalfooting equalfooting 1 1ootlnlt
footing with France in at least thirty hlrt of ofthen orth ofthese
then th socalled numbers Under UII Ir < the theagreement ttnagreement hoaar
agreement aar mnt that boa ha lvn reached h1 < 1 now nowhowever nowhowfer nowbowever
however Canada anod has conceded only onlythirteen flnlytblrllt11 onlythirteen
thirteen of those tht numbers to t a the h United UnitedHates Unittfitat Unitedtittfe
Hates fitat On many man of these h other num numtr numt numters
tr t however it was decided that the theUnited theljnited heUDiteod
United States 81al from its It geographical and andcither andher andciher
cither < her advantages was in no danger of ofcompetition ofampetittnn I I181f
competition 181f 1tltlon > and that Canada therefore thereforewaa hrforwu
was not unduly discriminatory discriminatoryNo discriminatoryattempt hCI mmalory mmalorySo
No attempt i is mode liere to dmgmse dmgmsetbe I lDigItiOthe < w wtbe
tbe fact that the th United State tates hail h to toeiy t tery Iery >
> ery Liberal with Innsda m the th nego negotiations nctLstlCln flC9tiattons ¬
tiations The n Cnitetl State nrnU no L4 Can Canadas lanadaII an anada ¬
adas ada lumber luml wood wO < 1I1 pulp lull iixi other otherproducts otlirrroducti th thrroduct
products while hll fanada I could rely rfll In mlarge InWit inbrg
large part for her manufactured article articleupon artieiupon I Iupon
upon other countries It wa acknowl acknowledged aicktiowiedjed lck 110I ¬ I
edged from the h Man that all II the th United UnitedHtatea tnitotftatcs
Htatea authorities wonted was Mittlcient Mittlcientoonowukions suiYItju untclIntconllIIII nt ntCcsIonM
oonowukions to enubla them to gr grant < nt the tbeminimum Ih Ihminimum theininimuni
minimum rat rae < anil an to confirm Cnf rm to the thetrrrno Ih Ihtm thiterms
trrrno of tin PiyneAIdrich law 11 All AllImports 11 11Import IItoiports
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tff tffcted l1e < cte l l hy y the th present agr avmIII < emeit anti anilo
CC o far lit they are 11 poncrtid > thing will willgo III I Io
go o on betwon the th two tw oouutrie just JII I Itb a athey as asthea
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t the rell t1Inl ryatlnt nt and n1 yourself > o our1 r lf for the Ih car cordiality cardtaltty r rdll ¬
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iiue luentlon lIa that have re enraced I our Olr attention attentionour aUlton
our 0 faithfully rlhI V W 1 rt FtiuDIMi FtiuDIMiHern nl nllr FIkIDIMihem
hem lr is i the thO statement 1mnt isoued by b Sects Secretary Sectstary 4 ¬
tary Inr Knox explaining lpllnlnl the th basis I of o the
I present resent tariff Cr1 agreement aeft with wlh Canada CanadaTbe laQ laQI CanadaTue
I Tbe KrancornnsdUn rICnIln triity ron rnoI consists l l of ollino ofI oftwtl
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II I ns i not ot onldrnM thit the II Inter Inlerin Intertnttte
in tnttte < il ie rule r1 on these U rommodltle co 001 I cots itmniunil cotsSt u uItl
St niunil II is Itl undue ii nlut dUrrlinlnntlon 1rlllnl tiMrittl iris t lull t hen h the theII Ih IhI I heii
II I hat l Iwsn n rrlute l I w thus hi h I 1rm iro f ese > of ofllinlntHon orlrlllIol ofOtt
Ott llinlntHon lrlllIol Ill isma t tort th t tit re ptlll em 11 I Ii reinilned remiss ttueut hoi ver > vernumlxT I II IC
C numlxT ol I priMlm i in I wlurh S lwb nm I only onlyrrimeliiit snlyi Ir
rrimeliiit i rs 1 n I Intl I iheMrmlithr I the h ueruul rr thr h > minlne 011 011lhnllI fl45ltt rae wouM wouMhive I Ihive
hive an ailinniHue lhnllI HOT r nniKr IIIr iir prtulmsits prtulmsitsfrom rtl luii luiifrom
from 1 the Ih t nlo nl1 riimei < l e 1 ttutr > uie I he h necnlUlloti necnlUllotiHhlih loILII i iI <
huh I 11h h I he te > < rriiHtd in I eiutlilin the Ih lrri lrridem irestiutt
dem 10 eiteiiij C Id in I I Inl inidi the Ih cnntlmieil cnntlmieilinjnyinenl contitsinelnjnyisemt oIIUI oIIUIIn11
I injnyinenl In11 nf r the Ih mlnlinuin IlnhlIII rule 1 sf f the theI 11 I
I nINsI itltes > 11 ie tariff rf were for the ttt h 111 nirt sirw > e of ofdiitinc ofsiiltistitiE f
diitinc 11111 the I fiiuilini stsiiLait rates nl nn ni the Ih > inni inniiiiiolllie i iOiruuisius 0 I
iiiiolllie iiiiolllieThe 1111 ruuisiusThe I ITh
The Th interme lisle U rate 1 < iif I Uw I Kr tncn tncnI nco ncodklli
I ii Iil > dklli 1 1 i it TIMH m rn t v nmeileil l In the I Ps I nlled nlled4i4te nlt nil cut I II
> 4i4te 1 I mc lii Ii > mult n1 lit la fiivrr r tiuiii 111 nniMiml nniMimliin mllnl mllnlI
Isle I a > > r iimnier to tn fii p IiNssut > i > niinually anntssiiyitsev nIAlh j jIhev
Ihev 1 its hide hii S ntxiul i I ii ull for I 4 4uniit > le I ciilll ciillliHMlltM
iHMlltM HNII e The rh omniliii HIHIM 1 itt < if r the theatutdiHn I I11n thisi 1
i atutdiHn 11n tariff 11 rU1 stuthcoeru hl Ih < h o er I Inrire ra nr srity srityr < r rof
of r nil it Ietia 4 ell 101 tieou arti rm I 1 t is < nn oocIsmu eilmi 1 In Init InI I
it I entirely flt ire Heretofore lInr nil I jrlleie 11 under underlhi t r
lhi h > > lau I e Imported from the I Iii I nlled State Statelitre 4 4hi I
litre h hi re lieen vulijert lj ilie I general onral inrlrT arll of r
I < i t er r i enr n ad 1 uiresui nlori lm1 > m Hereafter they theyHill theysilt h
Hill 1 pitY lO I per r cent I ad eu < l valorem valoremtViitimveed salorenitoiInseeuI Irm I
tViitimveed 1 all U I nn muse n < nf the I rn t1 mot < t Im ImIHiriaiil im1urtiimst
IHiriaiil iirixtiutii tnrreil itu rt by flits cl clause clausei 111 u uJ
J I 11 he mi tvtijertutlfllt > riitlmi 10 from rrr the th I nlled nl stste ststeexieej 11 11J MIiitei
exieej i J i4misss > < n uinniuuly nn nll null VrKetalile Yeithlthr sltti slttiother 0
other Ir on oils lie Ihie i < le ottoniee < l nil il mineral minell minellIU minerseClers
1 Winer IU suit 1 manufactures nf isllululd eluloW are areiiiumx Ir IrI areiluinflhl
iiiumx tin I other article td of I largest Ir t Im ImIHrtallna 1mIrltn tntiurtatin
IHrtallna Irltn lrue IrIC and tlut h > ejreedrd to I 3W 3Wii 1 O Oimi
imi ii 1 other I leidln article Irl rorered Nrt hy h the theimixlui Ih themnIu
imixlui 1 < Isis > aue are Ilrne 1m tim aiik aIsatc 1i e t cln clnIn casings casingsjion4es ln lni
i niM In jion4es > n e munufscture Utu nf claw > lra and In l lih sss sssgtrsne ai aiirbermM
irbermM ih rn stud nd < urnphor Imlur gnome iim 118 maKneU maKneUin rn rnb
in b I irlxiuito of ixU sud 111 mix ollrlntu ollrlntuI mlseilaneoue mlseilaneouetareld4tiutTs clUnrou clUnrouI
I I reid4tuff hrhl < reid4tuffThe ll llI
I Th The inrie isrget rlt > t single lnll aroup IrII of r t tspie lP pln com comniMlltie cornmrsditie nmI
niMlltie IUI iniluded m a the Ibt agreement rmo are srndale areI r rI
I I dale I Off n flg raiSins r prune currants currn sl slI iiI 1 1IInd
I I < inond snd oilier out The Tb export eXIKI from fromthe rrnmtl fronttie
the tl I luted t State Mt In Csnad nad nf I theM Ih com comI
I 111 I mrMlltle m I the Ib ls 111 last l n uses j al l jenr t amounted anoun d to toj totitlts
j lliwto 1110 It 1 the h i < imt mmjetitton mtlllln tltton from Krsnie Krsniend Fran rC
I uti nd Spun ln in them I reached rarl1 tv lu itwmuiuE itwmuiuEi < i iIh >
i 1 Ih the h Irnportstlon UnrlI of toilet wmp f far farI r rf rI
I f rI < mii > nnd nct toilet revir4lioiu from rom the theI Ih I II
I I lilted 1 Sl Imtes teHinouiite touI1 to liiOldii SII etsit Watch Watchin tchs tchsI
I in ssttifl tl n u1 md ud rno inittemants ement In which blh there thereI htr htri
I i U I umpettlun < uIIIn with lh Swltxerlaod Ilarl amounted suiounte1in UIOWII
in Ii t i 4Stki5 mi I i i fre fr1 flreei e l leather In I various varioufirni variousI rlou
I firni aggregated Kiireicale < l about the lb ume me nl Photo Photoiciuph Pholah Photomitts
mitts ah < hromn engravings lr Ia picture picturet lllr I Iu
t e etesihuI > eeded f4unwm IuOW u trtIflial rt0 rllkil < lal nr Sloweranl toners tonersnd
anl nd 11 feather 101 coulltule < l about Ibou IJWOW IJWOWt JOUI JOUII
I f rhl rautesar l > li nsre nf 0 china In and portelsio elID and andwindow antiwunsitw ld
window 110 gloss Il ire II mhao ln Ia m 111 included < hided tn I the Ih ll list listIn l lIn
In all I Ih Ihe hew arlUle rlI there > U either lbr srtlte srtlteor Ih Ihr
or r proiwtue lrllIe iorn < omjtition > etitlon tiet hrlween een the tbeI Ih IhhlI thepitnituts
I product hlI of f Krsme Frau r and an the Ih other rounlrle rounlrleentitled rnUnlrl countriest countriestittitiei
1IIt entitled in I lh lisa favored ror nit nll nstiou ion treatment treatmentstitt
I Inothr
1 Niid 11 tmlUr 111 prixliK rdudo I of r the Ih I nil ni nitod mi ttlsfr llal tates tatesAnother
1 Another llhr ett r wrItten ntn by Mr 11 Fielding FieldingI JIhln JIhlnI
I to Kecretary lrr Knox K I contain < lItln M complete mmrlf completeI I II
I I lint lt of lh tl onciwiloiiK > Clon granted trntt by h Canada Canadalitre anadatiers
tiers I i is that letter letterWAMIIIVC Inr InrAII frtterI
I WAMIIIVC AII ITf TOT March 111 tnui tnuiMv tII luititMt
Mv h PEA Ira Mlt JI iit 8lriifrAin t1IAI In II ilie Ih con conferetMe rI commftten
feretMe rr ftten e whlh a sujnmn ut 11 m hi hl his Invitation InIIol I had hadhe hlll hadSue
I he honor to n hold I I with h the I lr Irdnt lresdrst 4deiu 0 of the theI Ih IhI i iI
I inted 1111 SIssIes nt It All hr > any a fe r few day t ago SKOand aln agostimi
and 11 in H the I lit further lurl cnnferriie cnn n In W ahilnc ahilncI ehlni ehlniion hln hlnu >
ion u I lodiiy it a n repre repteoesstcit eiilrd lo I ii me lt that thatthe 111 111I thatI
I the II > tieiient or our lT preeiil tariff IIIrlf illfler illflerence iliflerCmui hlr hlrI
ence Cmui I P4 HIM mirsil 1 the I h nwriiii oi > elili I r cif I the I h wsf wa I for forlieirolialKili I Ial forligottitiuIss
lieirolialKili al lmvin hlo < m I view I a broader broaderM broatlerlitie
M hene nf II re I lurocal trials would he I la Iaill < III IIIinied 11
I inied tit hi < Mi 5115114 d innkinir klnl son ome n reductions rrdiictinnm 1
111 m ii if I Ir irenI ire nl i u le 1 of duller dll a SN applle UI < l in inItrwdiK I II it itlru111
I ItrwdiK I s of r the II I tited I 11 Slat 1al mett4 < MhlUi MhlUiiinnble Wisileuntsii 11
iinnble hl in n wane 1 any 5l5 1 nf li tlt lui ronlentlon ronlentlonwlilih eostentiotsS I II
I wlilih S iii Is I unadM ad ha h hits hrl haul < Ihroiltflinul IhrI11 our ourdi au ourI
1101 I di dtiisioti II IOM of lr t t Im hi xtibjnct I bin ba mm appreciated apprerialedthe rll rllh
the h rvepimrnl flrcunmtsnee and ld reasons resnonndvine rln rlnlvln1 reasonsaIvsncpI
dvine < l h > > Ilie I il President lrII hi I support upp of ofhl ofhis
111 hl his reipie resesI V tariff trll conflict cnnflt between the thein Ih IhI hoIs
in I Is minlrle Inlrl would ull undoubtedly undouhtl be b s smiter aI
I miter 11 of the It gravest concern 010 for to beth bntbiiKoUifij blb blbII bethutsiulveus
iiKoUifij II wldepred 1 disturbance dlllrh of trade tradelien tde tdeI trade11i
lien I I I tf M to I rituens 11n of both tNlb rounirles count ounlrl and sndie no
> tn > ie < real rllon lor i of 0 miieb Illh friction st a time tme when wbenle
le uiiivalioii of happier tpplr relation relUon U I most mostileirnhle mOt mOtI moatI
I ileirnhle hi Unth pWtle Pll lo If 0 the tb lb dlffsrsnee dlffsrsneehoull duea iftffrenchietlil
houll I realize b b wllllac wlla lo t go 0 as a for fa as aspmml a apoastimb
pmml hl > le in I seen 1 pitch Jh a conflict conflictI tonllL tonllLI
I lists I hua observed obna with satisfaction tlatJn that 1
T your yournovrnmnt ou novernment OOHfmnt are r not notaiaposei dUposed dlJ to InDiana InDianasome pre presome p p01
some of their earlier erler contention reapecllni reapecllniour rH reape ln8 tog togour
our 011 commercial olueI1 trestle tIM which hkh frau froll ou oupoint our ourpoint
point rlnt of view w we e could ruhl not admit ibis Ibdbeing ibisbeing bll
being bln8 the Ih ra case i e I feel that our lorrrnmen lorrrnmenshould lovcrnrnentshould ornlnnthould
should co a far fa as a po fII possible lll to m Dt l th thviews lie lielw ha haview
views lw of the President and nd lo reMind rHI to n th thgood lbJrn the thegood
good Jrn spirit In which be b has ha approached aproa the thisubject I theI
I subject subjectOn ubJet
On behalf wht of the h Canadian nU Inrernmen InrernmenI
I acre lr that Ih wo hall h1 forthwith orlhih rrcottiiieni rrcottiiienilo rI rirossitnend rirossitnendin d dI
I lo the lb Parliament of f Canada such amend amendinvnt atumenmitiiflt lend lendInl
invnt of the Canadian cu tltO cutnmus toin tarlfl a will wilrediHe wi willreduce
reduce rI the Ih duties duu on II he lint I of article articlesiresd all articlesagresil
siresd ar upon Ufn between u suxh lh article alI am amI and andIho isndihrettueed
I he ihrettueed reduced r u11 rate rl ratesofduty of duty du belnr blnr beingan o follows followsHelmut fal followsSfetwitd
Helmut N 111 all alli
i f > at r of 5 5Cdesdsae Unlit Unliti 1 1Tu
i IantJIai Tariff Tu Tenffv4 fruit fruitIM
IM 1 lut lswi 11u and a 11r At Agadrird dried tr per I loo 10 potinds un uDd uDdl < I U Uw uu uuPruuis
w l Inint and urtert plumt unr U unpilird > liuil I rat rallm ratsItu
sItu lm and drlnt c eurranl r net uu uulmund 3 3in
11 in lmund muD walnut llraill Ulr nut nutsand rmao rmaoami
and pound poundIt D thrllni odl pranutd AU N 1 ti I l per prrpound perIt r rD
It I NuUotil Nutaef utI1 D all kind S O t f I lor ar T sua4 sua4let 10 uud i iISO
I ISO t Itroiotcrapb l rbromiv rhn rbrumutirpr rbrumutirprartotip rml rmltrIIp cbrumtYtwsiirtatpa
artotip igrap > < > tfraptik klnu IIDUII ainIIusgsdrawings CK CKdrawlnc
drawings trIIp picture II tlrcalcomanla tlrcalcomanlatraaafer dlmnl dcakumasutatraafer
traaafer n at 0 r all al kind Ib0 engraving Drta ur urrrtnu u ur urprints
prints ur proof preu tbrrtfrom ana simS simStar lmlur
ur r irorfct rr of art N O I P Mar print printtnilUlnc prtnhufl4tng
tnilUlnc t plan lDa map mp and n rbarta rbartaN
N l o 0zs IV K KM KMI
I IV IVKb I Iz
Kb z Soap powdrr wr powdered Jwd soap t mtarral mtarralnab mlDn1ant niteeratsoath
soath nab and ant soap p N f U I VJ t tIua
34 4 Irrlumcry Iua Including IlutllC U lutiSt u Ut > l prrpara prrparatlon p preparatloes
tlon 1 nonalruhollo hODINbol vu vi 1 Hair ulla ullaloaia ul aitaioGifl
loaia 11 and other oUrr powder r and Dd watrm watrmpomatuma waitteaongtuma o
pomatuma pl pastes and 8t all U Inn rr Nr Nr1I wrlamed rrlamrU >
lamed Jmm preparatUin N o I u used > rd for tortrip forItup or orIn
trip In 1I hair mnu mouth IK or r akin atn atnTb sutnai J i iM7
M7 ai Tableware Tb at rhlna ml porcelain IIn slutte slutteirsaiW UIU UIUiranlK 11 11raDI
iranlK raDI or lmn Inl tmiiiluad ion i iII > t taUI
II aUI Ckimmon Ommon and NII rularlr window cl gtise I > < l ly th thI
an
y 355 > 4 VsUh I aches I aD usd > l murrmrnls numn numnrtcr and andpart andparts
part Uirrrof QnifttirU I nr unftnttlicd unftnttlicdInrladtnc u unflntthcdadding
adding wlndlsc bar and sleeves sleevesDorigale lrrv a Ji ttDnr JiM
rtcr
M > 4 Donivta cordovan catt al sheep P Iamb IambkU Imb ImbktJ LimbktI
Dnr ra
kU nr gnat I kangaroo Dro alllcalor 1r and andall andLu nd ndlrr
all ktJ Walter drru d vaicil gturd tajrU or orrurtbrr sirfurt2mrr
rurtbrr lrr finished i than lannnl t N Ut O I P PkaUhf r rr I Iharness
harness r kaUhf tr r and chantnl kln klnU4 1 11 11o t ti4
U4 o 1rnltirr lrU and malur manufarturr of l feathers fraUirrN ur urS
N c O I artinrtal tiir feather u trull trullcraln Intlisgrain Ni
grain In leave a aAd d cowers suitable aulbl lor lornnumrnilnf lornmIDC forornamentIng
ornamentIng nmIDC ball llamaits IH IHIn 1H 1Hhi
In addition aditon to t the Canadian Cadian proclama proclamadon hr rncam ° la lasimm °
don ton Iresldnnt ldtt Taft Taf also a signed aa1 today todayanother totay totayanot toulayanother
another batch bb of proclamations eitvudini eitvudiniUie wldlnt
anot the til minimum mnimum rates rl to the ti following followingItumania fulowln fulowlnlumla fusilow jog jogRumania
Rumania lumla NewfonndUtnd Sfolndtnd ew fotindland N Now < w Zoalatid Zoalatidllritish z1ld z1ldIrlth ZealatudlirlUsh
llritish Irlth Hout South Africa Arria Australia AUltala Strvia StrviaVenexulea Mvla StrvtaVenezulesi
Venexulea HulRaria lulaalant and Colombia ColombiaThe
en11 The maximum tlllmul rate r of Uie UI law are arfscheduled I It arescheuluIi
scheduled to t l lMtle twcotiue > ecotiic operative oprltitllmorrow oprltitllmorrowt tomorrow tomorrowat
at t midnight ridllht A Al Au no I country ha h Uen 11 re reported reror reported ¬
ported ror by the th Tarlfl Tain Hoard I d as iinilulr IInlI ills tilscriminating diAI
I criminating mllnaUn against aanat the t products roduct of f the thetnltexj th thUnld theI
I I tnltexj Unld State time U maximum nuulmll rule rl will i not notbo notb nohe
bo b Imposed Impl on any a Imports Itpt entering the UiaUnited UleI theUnited
United Inltt titate titateOTTAWA Kt HiateeOrrawA
I OTTAWA 011 A March llh1 no in When n tim th House Housemet HOI host hostmet
met this thil afternoon after tho Faster tAr vaca vacation VII vacalion ¬
tion Finance Inl at00n Minister lnlr Fielding llinl1 amiouiu annoutmurti annoutmurtithu 1011 1011I d dlUiw
lUiw Ui thu tariff arrangements nl reached rh with the theI th thUnll
I United Unll al States 8tt rl The T agreement D mnt is I looked lookedupon IIkJ IIkJI lookIupon
upon here 11 as a l11Alt ignlnVont Canadian ldln vic victory vlctr vietory ¬
I tory upn tr but the th tiiiestion qsUon u on is I asked fd Will Wi the theLnit t theLnited
Lnit C Lnited l State Kt Congress one s sanctIon Icon what ht the theIrnudent th thba theI
I Irnudent boa ba ha agreed art ed t t tMany tov tovMany
Many Canadian Caian ar Interests are a pointing pointingout 1 > iinUng iinUngomit lntn lntntt <
reduction in ingranting ingrant4n
out that tt the t Dominions Omilion nolcton II
granting vantne an intermediate Inttlat tariff trlff on such sucharticles sucharticles Irh Irhallc
articles allc au > dried drlf ties photograph phottph p pw pow powdec ° w wd
d dec rs 1 erfuinery Illulf > leather Itlr j and al shin by byno h lyno
I no means essentials nuall of life lfe i not a very veryvital Ycryvital try1Ia
vital 1Ia concession con on In the Ule hosts 101 e < this ti after afteri flr flri
i I i noon nOI and 01 innighl Inlltbt Mr 11 Ir Fieldlnji wu w iiie iiieUOIUH ques questionesi II
ant
i > UOIUH ton by Ih I Hprotile H nO1r and Mr 11 Keid Hod on 01 the theagreement tt theI
I
agreement ac lnt Generally Oraly speaking how b bv however
1 ever v there t seems mA to t be h MtU pI aUsfuuetion tif furUon on antI anilthere a1I antIthere
there t Is little ltte doubt Ilbt that the Ib Canadian Canadian1arliament CanadlallIalatt CaimauttanIarliment
I 1arliament Ialatt will wi bark b up 11 the t bargain Iwrraln It ItMinisters I IUIAlt its itsMinisters
Ministers UIAlt have negotiated nl awd at Allwiuy and andWashington all allI antiI
I Washington Walnln Mr 11 Fielding < refuse fu1 I tn tngive II III totv
give tv out out the details detl of the te deal dt1 this ti a after afternoon afrnon afternoon ¬
noon noonAftvr non nonAfr noonAftir
I Aftvr member mmlr had got ot through throl h firing firingmany nrln nrlnloan flrlngmany
many loan questions nt l Mr fll Fieltling t1hfn < Sir SirWilfrid iiI SiriIfrid
Wilfrid Wirid taurier spoke pk at considTuble considTublelength eonuutrahielength maidlllhl maidlllhlImlh
length Imlh In i the th Hotn Ho tonight onllth Hn ap approved 11 11lroo npproveil ¬
proved lroo of what wht Mr Ir Fielding t ehlll had hd tloiii tloiiimd dll uhnmtintl
md I the h bargain made m at Washington WashingtonHe Wuhlnlon WuhlnlonI
I He H hinted hlntH hrlll thAt llll Canada Clldl had wicntlcml wicntlcmlnothing siucritleminothing
nothing and Atll that on this tbl u occasion lit litAmerican thiI
nothng ht >
Itrlcn I American authorities auhorll had hd come t to Cjinada CjinadaHe II
He 1 said Id that lht in concessions lint th Dominion DominionWSM Iminlun IminlunW
wait W making mkiul1 them t was nothing that in any anyway anyway nr nrway
way sacrificed lrinod national ntionllnlt ntionllnlttRItlITf dignity dignityWi dignityftftIOflITIflS
tRItlITf ftftIOflITIflS Wi nrfr 1 rI THE Tit i 1lf 1lfI 1lfe ur urMore 11PI I
I More 9 e gq Than 0 One Thousand T Fall n lu Is u uRrlur Hike WakeReturn HikeRrlnrni
Return Rrlur a Re Required RardWnuoTI RequiredVtutimarox tilrnl tilrnlWARIUXOTOK
WARIUXOTOK WnuoTI March Mrb an 3 n More 10 than thanone thanone h
one on thousand thOnd corromtion Cl > raUoA subject lhjt to tothe 10tl tothe
the tl corporation CJf1Uo tax ta a1 law lw failed 141 to make maketheir mk mkthlr maketheir
their thlr return Itum as I required according lutntlnl to toflgurna tof tofIzuIrsis
flgurna f complied rpl1 by h the Treasury I 1rtmnt On Onpirirnent > > n npsrtment
psrtment rtmnt and ant made mdrhlic public today Some Someof Kmi I
of 0 this mini nun lsr j r failed fAI to n m pk k returns returnsnot rettirnstot III
not lo 1 hmisit MHIIII > of their tlllr own fault fAII unit 1 othets utthme utthmeflitd i ifailed
failed It to t comply lply with tho tb Uw 1w klowilll klowilllflt knowingly knowinglyAs
As A yet no proHotUtlon 1 ion HKnint IWIt lln listu cor corjmrmtlnte < or orioritloiu r rorllo
ioritloiu orllo who deflect I nl tho I tim law iw have 11 bent hooriliegun benttt1n n nln
liegun tt1n P nwlbly 1117 < the Ih UotemiiMnt Umltit will willwait willwait 1
wait ln until the h Supremo lplmlollrt Court lianils 11 hiatt dowI dowIIlI ilJWtm ilJWtmits < l < iwn iwnita
IlI its decision dflo in tbe th eorpor4tmutm < x ollrlun > r > onttioti tax hxbfore ooson oosonbefore 1
before foro it l 1I luejius < o < iiis prooHodiiuai prooHodiiuaiAcronlliig Jrlll uguceIugusANoruiln
Acronlliig 4tnlnc to thin t h fur IgurvM mnde nluli tiubhc tiubhctoday Ihl gttihhictoday <
today toda the tl UIrmnt iovornmont bos h ha received Ji more morethan Ino morethan
tn than MmoonnfriHii PIIIrur the tl tI tax taaso al o fir fil tliern tliernare nl nlfortywf
at are fortytwo fortywf rl clerks Tlcs 1 at work ork compiling compilingtint < mrlil I
t tim tint return rfltu of which tliorw I ant I 31J 3tIO 3tIOI 31L511J < J so sofur o ofar
far r Tint T flseuherkaare ulerksar uJrk putting rllt tng theminKliapo theminKliapoat hm In
I at the Ib rate rtf of lilts II n iLiy tL ay und the hot work workwill workwill
will wi be b completed by t May 10 10n ioitqrtci 0 0lltTn I
lltTn n itqrtci STUK nnrwKirs mlun rt risr MM II si
Hupreme Mfl Coart eert 11 mil t Attend ttml Onl Itl Only > the II er ertires 11 rrsires >
tires tt In Itatlilngton ItatlilngtonWAIIIIXQTON aiiiltigtotiWAttZ2OTOX IIton IItonW
I WAIIIIXQTON W unUtTON March flrh1 an i Chief Justin JustinFuller JulC JulCIlf JusticeFishier
Fuller Ilf of the th Supreme Court loun ho 11 given givenout givenout < IVt IVtout
out the following rollwine statement statementi Itllot ItllotTh atetenuentThe
i The plans pln as to Ii tb t m funeral funrl of Mr MrJustice MrJustice Ir IrI
Justice JWllt Brewer are n its follows followsIn rnowIn
I In view yl of the th time 1m to I lie I consumed OIlm1 in ingoing inaoln ingoing
going < to band and returning rfltlmln from rom Leaven uvmworth uvmworthnd Lesvnwnrth Lesvnwnrthand worth worthand
and nd the tb probable pbhl KMtponeinent JIIPtmmt of r the thebusiness thejubhlo h hllhlo
llhlo jubhlo business hwdn which wouLd 10 result ult the themembers th thm thinmembers
members m < lt of th court after alt subniltUng subniltUngthn lhmlltl
I the th matter mnt to I Mrs n tlrrrer barn ha TO de detennlned a aI ii iiterininod
tennlned < with ih her entire mlr approval not notto nutto
to 0 go to 0 I sivenworth to Ix h pn priwttt < ent at attbe attb atthe
I the tb Il ceremonies tfi there th The 1 court cunhoty as a aiKxiy aIwxly
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the tbl Union Cnlo Station Stationanttaateil Sttlon StationSomtnatNi
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WABHINOTOX March Irh yt 31 President PreidentTsft Idt IdtTlt PresidentTaft
Taft Tlt sent nt to th tb Senate Ht today the h nomi nomination nol nolnUo nominationi ¬
nation nUo of the lh following foloin potinmten potinmtenNew P1n11 P1n11ork
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lennrlvnll harks H t Martin Irln Allen Allentown tihnown 1
I town William tllhimn Ia K t I lloiwel 101 I Im ll istesre istesreItrown > ur W WI V VDrown
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I Mawr Ia r Iliialon 111lon s Williams 1 11 Fair F han ha henJohn e eJohn I Iohn
John I M I Kern Fernsrermailier nrrmfr erma her Km Isiiow IsiiowAlien I town townAllen f
Allen Alfn P I Picker Irk WaynetMir WaynetMirFor tsneshmrxEar nMlrl
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rmmt tnt of the huntington lunlnton L I I harbor harborto hrr hrrto
to Ii cost C J7HUKI 11 besides tId annual Inlal main mamtetuincw maintC mumissuance
issuance tC expense aJ was w recommended recommendedto ooommPldl ooommPldlI
to I the House to today tt by hr the Ih War Oetttrt Oetttrtnient 1J lcpartnsnt
nient It T T 1t > M river ri r and Jl harbor hrhr bill li lias liasalready ha liiasalready
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kiM chairman chan of tho Senate Hne Committal Committalon CommlU4 CommlU4on
on Interstate Intenta Commerce Commer today to intro introduced Iltl Introutuced ¬
duced 1uC in 11 the te Serial nl o several ver amendraentj amendraentjlo anren
lo the Ih hi Administration Admi lraton railway mlay bill bi Thesxamendments Thom T Thommend1nents
amendments anenl are aI Uu Ul fruit friit of the delay delajof dIIY delayof
of a week ur mom mol In limo th consideration considorntlorof colidOrUoQ
of th the till tl Home Hm of them meet t objec objeclions obje objactions
lions toM raised n1 by the th insurgents Itur nl In their Ihelattacks theiratub theirattack
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amerulmenta hnmnle limits ho th I jurisdiction jurlctlon o othn or orIh ofthe
the Ih proposed IJrp commerce cmmer court to that thanow thatnw thatnow
now nw exercised u rl by b the circuit crit courts curh o otbe 01 01tl oftlitt
tbe tl United UntfOd Slates lt Another Anthr permits pri com complaining cm cmpblnlu cornphainlug
plaining pblnlu shippers alp1 lo bn b represented nprntl b bcouiwel hcoU11 by bycotinaei
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third thlolilak makm the Ib act I take a effect pt sixty ah day dayafter daraafter < ay ayafr
after afr passage I and an other othe amendment amendmentallow annl annlAlow amendmentallow
allow Alow aa a app D appeal al I lo the Supreme Court Courtfrom Cur Courtfrom
from an interlocutory Inlrloulor order onf or decree decrwof df1 df1tf
of tf tho commerce ommn court Out granting Intnc or con continulog contnulQ continulsig
tinulog tnulQ an I Injunction Inunton restraining Itrnn the thienforcement Ihoormont theenforcement
enforcement oormont of an a order onfr of the th Interstate InterstateCommerce InlenatoCOlmtr interstateCommerce
Commerce COlmtr Commission Cmm lo provided rroldf the ap appeal ap nppeal ¬
peal rta lie taken akt within wihin thirty days dayaThe daysThe y
The Th Interstate Commerce Inmer Commission Commlon CommlonI Commlssloris
is I a denied dn the Ih right rllh by another anther amendment amertdmenof lenmrnt lenmrnttr amendmentufeslabhlahlrtg
of establishing tr Iablahln many any M through thruch route clajwi clajwiflcatlon cli clirclon clamusitheittion
flcatlon rclon rule rl fare I or charge tarK when th thtransportation the JhetralprtaUon thetransportation
transportation tralprtaUon Is I wholly whol by h water waterSenator walrSntor waterSenator
Senator Sntor Klkin Ikln In submitting luhmllnlt the theamendments Ih Ihamdmnl theamendment
amendments explained explAne that they h were weI werehot wernot
not committee cmmlt amendments amnmtnt but would wouliI woulduhmlttt
I Is submitted uhmlttt with wih the Ih acquiescence MCulff ol olthe 01 01tll ofbe
the tll members of the Iht committee commlt to be I con conldere condlltr cartshijenin
ldere dlltr dlltrHnlor l later laterSenator laterSenator
Senator Hnlor Root addressed Add d the th Senate SenateI RMI RMII
I I I this thi afternoon Iflrnol in behalf heht of the th railway railwaybill raiway raiwayhi
I bill hi moving mnvh over to the th centre QI aisle al where wherehe whe wheI
I he h spoke from trm the th seat t of Senator MMtor Till Tillman 11 Tillman
man of South HUUI Carolina CarolinaIn Clna ClnaIn
In th the > main mAn I am In favor of this ti bill billsaid hi hullsaid
said Id Senator sIwor Root though there th are aresome a aresonic
some 0 change bll that should thouM be L b > mode lnl in 11 it itThe ItTI itTb
The TI bill hi M a very Ir decided dlldd positive pi I v and andpn andIrl andprogressive
pn Irl progressive > Kre aive v meuun mPun toward owa the th tatter tatteraccomplishment Itteramplamnt betteruccomphiabmetti
accomplishment amplamnt of the Ih purpose Ilrp of the thelaw th thl it itI
I I law l creating tl the Interstate IIrtal Commerce CommercelommiMiion ConimerceI ommerC
I Commission mmiNlon which won WI adopted aopt o by 11 Con Congrew Congresa
II grew grewSenator gresaSnzttr
Senator IMtlr Root Iot read rd from frm messages mt and andnieecheM andllanchPs
nieecheM 11 of r President Taft and an exPresi exPresident cxhrssjjlent aIf ¬
dent t lUxxwvelt loMvlt in favor r or of the t proposed proposedleguthtinti lrol proposediegiaLttiots
leguthtinti 1litlnl He I Haiti that the th bill hi meets meetsth h meetslist
th lht views 1 of the t executive attlf branch bralch of tha thaOovernment t thithsvermmunnt
Oovernment vrrllnt throughout thrultholt three th thtrs e adminis administrations adnmiuitrtut4on dmln dmlnt ¬
trations trationsIteferring t trtut4onRiterming Uo UoHfmn
Iteferring to n the th suggestion that It Itmight Itmleht Itmigtmt
might Im I well w1 to d leave v the th present law lawalone lw lwalono lawniun
alone for or the th prevent nt Senator KMtor Hoot said saidtliat ald aldI 0511tiiet
tliat tut a Uw designed to ti l be > e applied appl1 to a agniit at agrsut
I gniit t pructitnl biiamess hi like lke the t tts tans trnruKirtation lrw lrwIlnrtUiun tansbusiness
IlnrtUiun Kirtation buniiif hui M needs 11 fllitig nll here hereand h liensansI
and 1 there I from tine UI to t Ii time t So lone loneMild 101
Mild II he h a uss the Ih Irenident Iidlt askn IAk that ttlt the theUw th thI thelw
Uw I In H strvngtheiied trllth1 and Alt tho Ih purpiwo lurJN of ofthe oftime I IIh
the Ih iilMinjc Uw Iw Im I improved now U the theHUM thetutu
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HUM I for Congress Cunl to U act u Such action actionwill 41Un attlomuwill
will 11 nut Im I final IMI It will wi I is neceM ntrsatry > iry to tocliinife I toelkung
cliinife hna the th LIW from time tm tn t tim tirruSpxnklug timpiklsmg 111
Spxnklug in il tiehalf lhAl of the 01 i sesial I UI l court courtfeature courtftuI courtfestuze
feature of ff the th bill II Senator snlfr Hoot Maid MaidVMiile uldWhulk Id Idit
VMiile it I am 1 not lt much IU in favor of tho thorreulum thoCtn thueresitimfl
rreulum Ctn or > f new roiirts 1 rI I cannot nnt fail fal to toreixigtiln ii iircogtulTh
reixigtiln 117 that t11 the th iiliject IhJO with which whic the theIntimtau th thh thinititrstat >
Intimtau h t Coinrnm lmm Ioiiiinjiwioii CI I 1111 is isforced iaI I Ifortri
forced to tlivtl In I it I highly hilhly colli esutsipijrsttl > liltlte < l one oneand on onarid
I and cannot rnnn IK I dealt with on I lhi > spur lr of oftho IIIIhu oflImo
lImo moment mom It I M 1 a subject uhjtt that re reipilreM insitlires
ipilreM 111 eilumtlon 11IUn and wide knowledge knowleilgeof
of r H diftlctilt WfIClt icmit and am ntmtniw I Me Hrxteni Hrxteniof ytn
Ilr p of r trHiinMirUtloii tnllIrtU1 trommsj smrtus tintS in I this iiiuiilry mssnt llry ry vitally vitallyaffecting vitly vitallyaiTectimug
affecting 1UII every vr buinewi hI utul jlll Induotry Illltr Illltrrllhl
InM lnirtT rty right rllhl and 111 tmsi e Mluitty < tI iiit > nutters numtt Ur rs such suchia udlw
ia we w find tll in I common 11 Uw Lw iMioks 1lk little littlere lt littleir
ir re issr > in r U liii t II tip iiiider Iilr this hl great I ques question uueelion 111 111In ¬
lion In t ben hf them Ih liuuneM hlli Interests In come cometo vornto < h
to I us fliul Ild nty IY they t noil tl a iimrt Irt to it con concitler consiiir n njtr
citler jtr utul 11 review Iw ih the matter 11 within wihn the UiejtiriMti th thI thejmsrisulietiun
I JuritiIon jmsrisulietiun jtiriMti < tion of the th interstate Comiuerfe ComiuerfeCommiMMon 011 ofsmtumersc ofsmtumerscomnmiisaiotm
CommiMMon ummtol I f fsI > > inolimi 111 to If yield iM any nnyprv anyI anyPrMIislwsItlt
I prv ItIIilon PrMIislwsItlt li jKwltion > n I hay against Int the thO creaUun creaUunof < UuI UuII
I of new I courts curt
I Mr Ir Itoot Clt spoke INk of f the tr herieflciil 11 results resultstliat resultthat ult ult1lt
that 1lt have t v followed rl low the h enactment nltmnt of Uie UieHepburn Liiilirphuimn I IUhurn
Hepburn rate rU Saw Sawi b bI
i I remember when wh th the bill 11 was a under undern und undridmtln underronsilerntiom
n nidenttinn ridmtln > her h the th It Norttte eniti nl rang rn like likeM Ik
M boiler 11 fact rcr factory ry with wit ilire l pr prlcUo priMlictiotus < xlictions as asto 11 asto
to what would follow rolo the l Lit ftawage rf of the theact t theuIet
act Maid 1 Senator Sntlr Il Root Cot < iot flu n Senator Senatoradded sMr Senatorutitled
added 11 that Ito h bad l tern > e n UMtured witliin witliinI wIUIIIII
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I II a few f months by the t hi presnient ur nf one of oftho ofI oftit
tho I tit greHteMt ltt railway Ilwa y yiutsmns t in in the 0 coon country run runIy coontry ¬
try that be h would not Ijot repeal nrl the lit Hepburn HepburnUw Hphlr
Uw IW if i be h had 11 tlm t thu power powerThere 11rTh1 hiowerTIsere
There Th1 i Is now no sb further complaint complaintfrom cmpllnt cmpllntrrom
from shlp ahiptrs rs of r uiireasoiiable 11lahl rates r ItI ItIs It Itis
is I only onl a 1 question Cuttllln ol I reUtlve rflli rate rateald ra rahi reteSzitt
ald hi he heSenator h lieniaisr
Senator nlor hnlor niaisr Ilool IClt yielded 1tld to many man Inter InterrItpthnftA
I Irurliol ruptions for intentions ulton lund nd always with withthe wlUItl witimthee
the tl l best > e t of grace liutafter having l lewis lewiseuuhJecied > een eentihjected
tihjected to it r interruptions from rm several severalSenator severalSenators rl rlnt
Senator nt when Mr Ir Cummins Cutlin of Iowa Iowatked Iowak1 Iowauski
tked k1 termiss4on Irmuon M I ask sk k it miration tlUon Mr MrItoot MrItuot t
Itoot Iot replied smilingly nlnely iWtninly I Iyield Iyild Iyield
yield to 0 the t Senator SooMtr from rrm Iowa lowi I urn well woUaware wol wellaware
aware a of II the th hi rul rule of tbe th Senate t that Itt the theonly te teonlY theonly
only pernon Inn mr ° n not entitled tlt1 to ci s ptak > eatc Is the theViuitor tbf theSeriuutor
Viuitor Sltr who wit lus ll thin tl floor floorMr fhiorIr our ourIr
Mr Ir flout JtNlt did not huttIttiMlillbSs110tth huttIttiMlillbSs110tthtXIW tlnisli II bis I poech poechm p pIUI
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SX S uc FnAsriH4 i WI Mnnb an I Cn Cnl Cuullmtor Cuullmtortrsttos tor torSi o r rKtrlo
Si Ktrlo trsttos rat ton ruled nJ1 today oly that tt the 25 2 per percen Jr Jrn perret
ret n InrrwaHo Inr over the h minimum mlnillum figure figureof nl nlof
of the ll Payne tariff hnll hal I Ie applied alllf to toall If Iful tosill
all ul imports from rrm Canada C or China Chin In tnbonded InIln1 Inlwmndid
bonded Iln1 warehouse wluhol satins 111 the It duty i iluid is isp4luI
luid on or lnforo 1Iu March lrh 31 Ho Io hold holdthat holdhat holdsthat
ll that thin I duty dlt not nt having hinf huavin burn t l imid > sJd d the thefact Ihl thefact
fact that ll IL Rood are r in I liondod hon < 1 ware warejiotiMiM wr warelsiusme
jiotiMiM hl ranmit C1flfld anUI J Im I inten IIIerlt Interpreted retd to t mean meanllmt III IIIh1 tuteanthat
that limy Ih hare ha hem h admitted amitd into the tbeInlled thet themitmi
Inlled t Stale StaleHe HI i4tatieii
He 11 ii dan wlmfhi tl tlal uleciseon citon lo Wabinglon Wabinglonfor Vs aIiingonfor
for the Ih approval of the h Treasury Tur l ltwnment U Ulntnl He HejwritntnI >
twnment lntnl and tIn JI reply rly is i awaited Iwnle with withmurroot withI wlStmtaflsI
murroot by I irniortin imll > fur the Ih warehouses warehouare warehousesare
are a crowded rrw1 with wih Rood jl from China ChinaWlien ChinaWlsemi
Wlien 1 elsa tll Hiluvt1 Nl arrive m on Friday Fridaywith Fridaywith rldaywi1
with wi1 n full ful canto from frm China the th firtl firtlpractical n1aPlUIK flitIfiffliticdl
practical application aPlUIK arl of the Ih niaxlinum niaxlinumtariff nlllul rnsxlinumumtimritT
tariff larff will wi lie t matin matinllmrrtnrnls 11 11nml tnatInMosrininti
llmrrtnrnls nml of 1 Naval 4sisiWaituiProToN al alW Vevsel VevselWASIIINOTOX
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lank tnk ship hi1 AlhU supply supplyhip up uphll utpplyship
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ton fLoods Itl and th tt ths gunboat Jlbot Uubu lllJIJ Dubuqim < un Ht HtSanto I athtmj
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Htlleil aled from St S Thomas Tm for ra Havana Uav and andthe andthe
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mont of Nicaragua left for Washington Washingtontoday WlUlhlDatoutoda Waah1ntontoday
today toda to present arguments against againstpermitting aplnatrmlttlnc againstpermitting
permitting the Victor Gordon filibuster filibustering ftlibuaterparty ¬
lug party to leave 1tG thin thJ port Gordon U Utill IIItllI Isstill
till recruiting his hi force lie amya he heboa beh hebait
boa the t offer on of a company raised In InOklahoma InOkL1homa InOklahoma
Oklahoma while six Ix exofflcors who whoserved whorved whoserved
served rved In the Philippines and a British Britishofficer DrtUahomcer IirItishomeer
officer who ho fought In South Africa are aroanxious areanxious re reanzloua
anxious to try Central American adven adventure ad adventure yen yenlu ¬
ture lu Aa for nurses women from all allparts allparta allparts
parts of the country have exnreased eaA eaAdesIre a adesire adesire
desire to go along alongThe alonlTbe alongThit
The movement In Nicaragua caraIta which In Into IIIto Isto
to be backed by b thfe th expedition will willprobably willprobalol willprobably
probably drop Provisional President Juan JuanEstrada JuanEatruda JuanEstratla
Estrada It U said and fleet some one else elseIn 01118In elseIn
In hi his place presumably O Om n Chamorro ChamorroGen
Gen Estrada Is I said to have 1 displayed displayedelements daplaedclemftlta displayedelement
elements of weakness wNlrn and was about to toaccept toacoep toacoept
accept the terms offered him by Madrix Madrixwhen Madriaben Madriwhen
when ben his III advisers Interfered and Instated Instatedon
on continuing the revolution revolutionDr
Dr J Ulloa ConsulGeneral of Hondu Honduras ¬
Faa In New 1 Orleans denies dml that there Is I any anyrevolution an anolut1on anyrevolution
revolution olut1on In Honduras Dr IHloa says saysthat Ita Itathat saysthat
that If therjp tber was any Insurrection lo loprogress iDprotrnM inprogrees
progress ho would have been advised of It ItHo itHo
Ho nays that he h waa In telegraphic com communication communication cornmnunleatlon ¬
munication with his hi Government yester yesterday yesterday Nter Nterda ¬
day da and no word of a revolution revolutionaa revolutionaaIIIODUOOrd was waamentioned wasmentioned
mentioned mentionedThe IIIODUOOrdThe
The liens says IIa tonight that Congress Congressman ¬
man Robert Ilroussard will leave New NewOrleans NewOrleans w wOrleana
Orleans for Honduras this th week k on i iconfidential 8 8oonnoonll1 maconfidential
confidential mission for tho ho State De Department D D1XU1111ftlt Dopartrnent ¬
partment The story nays that the theLouisiana th thwulllLIIS thetuiiuImana
Louisiana Congressman win in determine determinethe
the situation that the h State Department Departmentmust Dfpart 1flnt 1flntmUltt
must meet In Central America AmericaIt
It 1 Is presumed prcoaum that Sir Broussarda Broussardamission DrollSardlImlulon flmuaaardamission
mission will lie to find out just how far farManuel rarManuel farManuel
Manuel BonlUa the th deposed President Irtt lnt of ofHonduras nrlIondullUl ofHonduras
Honduras has gone in his preparations preparationstor Pr
for a revolution olullon to overthrow President PresidentDavlla PresidentDaylla
Davlla who ho was placed p in power throe throeyear threeyears fl flrna
year ago by b Znlaya ZnlayaPassencvrs 71ara1IIlna 7elyPamuetugers
Passencvrs arriving here h today from fromBlueflelda fromDIUtnlda fromBluetleldis
Blueflelda Nicaragua 1 araaU < declare that the theconditions tMconditlonllin thecondltIoneinCentralAmertcaare
conditions condltIoneinCentralAmertcaare In Central America are growing growingworse gro Ing Ingwon
worse 0 hourly The 11 hs report had reached reachedUuefleldsfrom ItaCheodIUUtf reachedIUuttflehis
IUUtf IUuttflehis Uuefleldsfrom ollII from Bnllzethatalreadyarevolt Bnllzethatalreadyarevoltlas Ilelizo lze that al already a revolt revoltbaa olt oltb
b baa las been launched against Davila Evl Evld Evlntl Eviulunt
d ulunt ntly ntl ly this t tie in h tho I he same m report t hut tbtClT1t come to toNow tow toNw
Now w Orleans from Iort Limon LJrnonIt
It is I believed that If Congressman Congressmaninmssard ConltlWamnDrowillard CongreasmnanBrvuiuaard
inmssard goes to Honduras he b will be beaccompanied IIOtacct itssocvtnpanled
accompanied acct mpanlftl > by b Sheriff I ie e Bourgeois of ofit 0 0lit ofSt
lit it James JlUn parish who was a classmate of ofresident nlPri ofPresident
resident Pri lnl < Taft at Yale alot Le Bourgeois Bourgeoislas
baa las l been > e ti in Central America and is i thor thoroughly Ihorouahly thoroughiy ¬
oughly familiar with th tropical conditions conditionsDALLAS collditionaHtuut conditionslAuuu
DALLAS Tex March SO 3OCapt Capt Daniel DanielP
P I Connelly onnU a native Texan and a Spanish HpanishAmerican Hpau SpanishAmerican h hAmrttBll
American war veteran oran reached hd Dallas Dallastoday I Dallastoday Uaa Uaatoday
today from Nicaragua and tonight is ison I Ion ison
on his III way to San ntonlo where he hehot says sayshe sayhi
he will meet representatives of the theNlcaraguan tIleSlcaral1uan theNicaraguan
Nicaraguan insurgent Inr lIt army rm Connolly Connollygave ConnU ConnUa
gave a out privately that any man from fromTexas IromTJnUI fromTexas
Texas capablo of handling a gun or men menin tI1fnIn menin
in the h field n would receive a welcome nt ntInsurgent 1ItInaurJfnt atinsurgent
Insurgent heod headquarters < unrtors In n New Orleans OrleansConnelly OrlfGntlConnII OrleansConnehly
Connelly refused IUllCtI to divulge the timeor pur Iutlotj > osv osvofj
ofj th the conference at San Antonio Hn Hncalled II IIcaU1 i icnljosl
called on a number of veterans of tutu thnSpanish th thRnll1lahAmrltBlI tutuf4nianishAmerIcan
Spanish Rnll1lahAmrltBlI American war and tried to
IlItt uterest them in the tll Nicaraguan revolu revolulon rflvolutlon revolulion
lon He II says he doennt anticipate a ageneral IIItnraI ageneral
general war among the Central American Americanepuhlim Americanrepublics
republics 111 > 11 as Mexico 1111 < > would prevent It hint Imtte hinthe lit lith
h he te declare the til Nicaraguan strife trll will willontinUM willContinue iII iIIcnllnu
Continue until the th revolutionists win winV1IflEIItS
V1IflEIItS 1111 11IIIlIln 11tn I1T1 irr irrHmator tr T Tma THtuaora
Hmator ma Hallo HDII and Hale Agree cree rI mat It ItI ItIs
I Is an n ttncraarlimcnl on Mate Rights KlghtWAMIIIXOTOX RIIthWtlIIIXUTON RightsVsiutKusrox
WAMIIIXOTOX March 30 Time 11 bill billamending bllamt1ldin billamending
amending the th employers liability act actwhich actwhlh suctwhich
which has already al I uw < l the th House Houseeveloped III1U11fOdloll llsueedevelcpI
eveloped opposition on the th purt of ad adonate I1dOCGN adyocoten
onate of StaUw Kta rights in the th Senate Senatetndajr IitonAttI11Y Senatetody
tndajr Senator Ifculey said th tlllt t the theropoM thepnIKausi h hnnlfO
pnIKausi > ropoM < d amendment nnlfO hnll1t is an Improvement Improvementvrr
over > vrr the th existing xtin < law hut he doubted th thconstitutionality thconlltltllllonnlit the theconmutltuitlonality
constitutionality f of > f th II time original nrl < inal Act setpoke II IIpnk IIapok
poke In opposition to list feature of tin tinbill thhill tisbill
bill which confers on Courts of r the th United VnitodState tnltltlHC4t UnitedStates
State concurrent jurisdiction jur ldlctln with the thecourts th thvourta thecourts
courts of the h various Staten StAUwIf Sin SinIf
If the th railroad employe of the h United UnitedStates tnltltlHlat UnitedStates
States Hlat are a rta wise > as I think they lire liremid nr nrMid nrnsinid
mid Senator Iliiley 8dl the th time will inevi inevitably 1nItAbly mcvitally
tably come when they Ih will 11 be I here hI de demanding d dmanln dimantling
mantling thit the th Federal courts cou Im Imstripped I Itrlpptd istripptl
stripped of Jurisdiction jurdicl n and an that trials trialstake tri trialstake Ia Iatnk
take tnk placn in local C ll court COli where notions
are brought I want to express sr my m stir stirprtoe stirprte r rllrioe
prtoe that lb the Supreme Court of th the United UnitedHutra UnlUdHtatAW Unitedtilatiw
Hutra has not held that all legislatIon 1 1ti lRtlon of ofthis ofth ofthis
this th kind is beyond the th power of Congress CongressCltimntely Cong on feIIII feIIIItlllmlthly renaCltimmt4y
Cltimntely the h court will take that view viewnr
or else It will hold that under the th com commerce comIn cornInerts ¬
merce In clause the th Federal courts COli have havejurisdiction 1110Jur lunyjturiMlictiott
jurisdiction Jur ldlcUol1 In all matters affecting 11f cClng < rail railrondo rallrn railagree
rondo rondoI rn
I fullv agree 11 with that view I said saidSenator Mitllifnator saidSenator
Senator Hale There Th is no half way waygrounds wa waIUHunda weygnundiu
grounds This Th whole proposition is ma an anencroachment AnIIlcoiltctammt I Ietmerissetirnent
encroachment on the tl hi rights rllh of the th Hlnte Hlntea KIII KIIIClI
a the ClI Lw is administered Allmlnl by the th State Statecourts HC4tflcOil Statseoumrts
courts cOil I am regretful r ltlrul tn see an that legis legislation Idttbtlnn legiamuon ¬
lation is proceeding < so strongly in that thatdirection tbatand ttuatdirection
direction and that ha t the th ha tendency fOIIdn y is to rob robthe robthe I I
the th States Kin of their authority authorityI 411Ihnri
1 sin glad 1a l said Id Senator Bailey 11 that thatNew tlulSflW thatNew
New Knglond is coming to the view vl w o oHlate or orIit ofStates
States rights rightaAnd rIhtJOAnd rightsAnd
And which the th South has abandoned abandonedInterjecteit nbandonInrjtCtPl nisandonedlnterjcctsst
Interjecteit Senator Gallhiger GallhigerI
1 regret l1rflt to Li s say y f that stnlmnent lolnfORt Is par partially par partUlly r rllaUy
tUlly true said Senator Bailey flail but butthis hulth hutthis
this th Inn rt of 0 the th South has not abandoned abandonedthe Ill ndoned ndonedtb
the tb old doctrine As A soon on as New flW Eng England Yn Ynland Fngland ¬
land ascertained that its sceptre pI of o power powerwas ptrWilli powerwas
was passing to other IIthIIfOCt sections of the 11 noun nountry coontry un unIry
try she hA flew to the th doctrineof State rights rightsfor rt < ht htrnr
for her protection protectionAt iurottiAt
At the suggestion of Senators Lodge Lod ant antllule and andhlusle
llule the U bill went over until tomorrow tomorrowIn tomumIII
III order to Li give Senators tor more 010 tim e to toconsider toOldr totonsider
consider It Senator naor lUiley 1111 said ho h Iud IudnfI hadnovel hcinever
never read the h hill until today and that tliathe thathe thatho
he had taken the floor to prevent action actionon
on the ht measure measurei mt3uWIUT mnatmn14JIIXT
i WIUT uvsr 111 nrtTt nrtTtr irsriFeat tTlnVer
r Feat rt > Mas HPhU srliuetls 4i A i II Pacts r Pro Protest PronC Protest ¬
test Against tna Us II Areeptanep by agrees egiqwgWAPulINJm agreesWASIIINUTOX UfUWUtJlIUTO
WASIIINUTOX March OletitiOllA PetlUoru from fromforty fromfort frotoforty
forty fort Massachusetts I I A It posts pro protesting prottin protesting ¬
testing < against itlllt the acceptance by Con Congress ConICrfIM Contree ¬
tree of the th utatue I ue of I ICobert Hot K t Lo r in inStatuary InHlatlla InStatuary
Statuary Hlatlla Hall were fOrtI presented to the theSenate th thKPll4t theSenate
Senate today by Senator Ho Lodge One OneHM Oil1M Onpimt
1M pimt HM > t referred to t the Confederate C nrfOdra chieftain chieftainas rhi ftain ftainAI
as a traitor whose wh name should not lie liementioned tlOtnlanttd bementioned
mentioned save with contempt Another AnothercharorferfMtl AnoUMrhanwIrlattJ Anotherchisracterlied
charorferfMtl the presence Ctt of the 1 1tatu Lie Liestatus < < e estatun
status tatu In Statuary Hall aa a studied and anddirect anddl anddirect
direct dl insult to every ry living 1ln < Union Unionsoldier UnionINlIdIr Unionsoldier
soldier and mi ssslor lor and doubly no to those thosewho thCMflwho thomwho
who NirnfWd their live for the tll ii preserva preservation poorT4tlnn pteserrntint ¬
tint of Uw UInlon Union Several of the III petitions petitionscommended ItUUODAeomndJ petitIonscommendmi
commended Gen l 1 Lee < ee and landed his hispnvaln hi hipntfl hispnvate
pnvaln character while objecting to the theacceptance th thmlalKt thu5ut5fq
acceptance mlalKt of the statue by Congress CongresaThe ConrtrlMobjfCtlon
The objection on the h part ofoite 0101 of on Mtsa Mtsabusetta 11aaaahutta Maa Maalsuustti
busetta post to the presence of the Con Conf Conlederate Confederate
f federate d rat leader in Htatuary Hall la I due du to tothe tothe
the fact that Le Li la portrayed In a Coo
federate ualfi w uniform tona tonar I
r llihLJf F1t = c
r Our 25 Suits Overcoats OvercoatsFor OvercoatFor
N For Men Enter Every EveryCircle EveryCircle EveryS
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Circle S of Good ooa Society SocietyThe fi ociety ocietyThe
The College Man ManWears ManWears ManWears
Wears them for their expresave expresavestyle expresiwestyle ve vestyle
style and snap snapThe snapThe snapThe
The Business Man ManWears ManWears ManWears
Wears them for their lasting service serviceand serviceand serviceand
and inobtrusive elegance eleganceThe
The Professional Man ManWears ManWears ManWears
Wears them for or their definition of ofdignity ofdignity ofdignity
dignity and authoritative tone toneWM toneWM toneWM
WM VOGEL SON SONTwo SONTwo SONro
Two ro Broadway Stores StoresAttttran Storesi f at 44th Strt Strtt
t at Houaton Street StreetII
II Attttran AttttranFURS GIn GInFURS In InFURS
FURS RUGS AND DRAPERIES STORED STOREDA
A AM f PROTECTION ASSURED AGAINST AGAINSTDAMAGE AGAINSTDAMAGE AGAINSTDAMAGE
DAMAGE OR LOSS LOSSPARTICULAR LOSSPARTICULAR LOSSPARTICULAR
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO THE THEREPAIRING THEREPAIRING THEREPAIRING
REPAIRING AND REMODELING OF FURS FURSAND fURSAND FURSAND
AND THE RENOVATING OF RUGS AND DRAPERIES DRAPERIESLACE
LACE CURTAINS ALSO CLEANED AND STORED STOREDAvrtmr STOREDJr
mi Jr Avrtmr nar 341 3411t IIIiI a ti 35Uf 351 fttmt Irnt rill tt f taL taLEnjoy IstkS IstkRcscrvations at atNew
New England EnglandNORTH S
NORTH NORTHCOAST
Enjoy a seashore seashoresummer seashoresummer
COAST summer worth worthwhile vorthwhile
while whileReservations whileRcscrvations
Rcscrvations may now be made for the theSeason theSeason theSeason
Season of 1910 191OHundreds 1910Hundrrd 1910lfundrrds
Hundreds of rosy em seaside homn will toon b be ready readyto
to mike you comjortxhle comfortable or orou oryouwiil > ou will find the hr famouhotel famou famouhorl famoushotel
hotel of this hi rrgion everythiniyou rnYthinJ ou demand in in lux luxuriou luxuriou luxurjou
uriou piontmcnti and excluiivrnm excluiivrnmA
A two cent nl trip I r brIngs brln you literalm thaI wll wllgir wilgive 11 11Jiuualldr
gir Jiuualldr give ou alldriTIituaiJ tu aid In planning > Iunt jour vacation nlIolllIril vaatlonlIrititefrhsne
11 lIril lIrititefrhsne rite ttltflktnt 1 or titUal oralaSCti titUalOtr 11 at
Otr 01 Tkfeet OfHce 171 Droulwar Broad New Taut City CityTILtrilliM ClI ClInu CltTLtrtsusA
TILtrilliM nu SIJI CnHTLAKUT CLA BOSTON BOSTONMAINE BOTONa
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Jaino II Voting OIlIlK n woll 11 known ren renobtain reid reidestate
obtain tat agent a lIt of f 13IU St John pluo pluoBrooklyn phi phiIi pluitBrooklyn
Brooklyn Ii rook II wa a itrri arretod td yntinlay nluy on n nchar i icharRK ni nicharge
charge char of blackmail on tho t tim LimipUilnt of olPohcotnan ofloliCfl oflohicnnnan
Pohcotnan lUl Calvin Town who IH on n detal detalduty aII1Idll uletitildtmty
duty dll ut tlm th pn nIrt > rty clorkn olliii 0111 at tin tinn h hitnl hiStat
Stat StntoTown rt liiuluitittitiri liiuluitittitiriIWZi5 n 111I1Utr
Town live in u tuttle htI tt mil I It Sterling Sterlingj Strhjsmgjtlate
j jtlate > 1 lno bought reontlt 1f lIth by hi his rinter ill illn iiiI Ii Iinocfly
> from tli builiier nutm IWIII1 l Mill IJIr 3huIsrthus
I n nocfly ctly nun < > < r rthu
I thu Caving tin I h lonumoMoti of ITi 7 5 whllh witshswstsilsl huli huliwould
would tiuvo 111 gouo to 11 Voting 011111 Time 1 latter latterpu Intr1It1 iattnrCUiMI
I pu 1It1 > d Millor for tbo Ih I hi comiiii rolllllliloli Hion but tlif tlifcourt t h hrmlrt lie lieunit
court unit docldetl oKaltit him 1olUemati 1olUematiTowns IoliallTuWIUI loiirmnanTowns
Towns and Police 1011 Sergeant r Upward were werwitnesKeM werewitnesses n nIt
witnesses It agaitiM Voting 1111111 nt tho tie 1 trial ol olt 01thc ofits
t thc its ho cnoo cnooA ut
A 4 few davs ala v ago Towns Tow received thin thinj thisletter hl hlI
j letter ur from Young ollnl In which ho h wrote wroteA rot
A ts Police 111 Com 01111110111 in l loner Iliiidier r I > now nowsfler nnnArr nowafter
after I It le i polUe 111 lu the Ih MMIin Situ you 1 hill isi ii from fromIt runt runti
It i Is a Koo1 limn mm n n gms the Ih Iron I ii hoi 1 in inhow I Is Isshow
how you 011 ami < your T friend up I I will 11 have havean h hIIn
an appointment set et 1 aMde hi for me nom day dayIhl I IIhi taythis
this weak Ie ithrntuth my III l eroiiiil > friend friendthe friendthe rlnlIh
the Ih Comptroller Ir Prenderea with e lh the thels Ih IhInr thulisOt
Inr ls > oratnl arid iiuI then II tm I siteS havomv h3 bar tnt lirlef rendy rendyto
to battle with lIh My I ty attorney lJlnrn I is friendly friendlywith rrlnIIlth trlrnitlytutu
with lth the I Mayor und ulih lIh my m lndoremenl lndoremenlI
I do un not ilotihl but that Komeliody IIIIK h will us III IIIInlo gCt gCtInto el elInto
Into trouble It I Ls for you to decide how howyou h howots
you ots 1 eel about Ah the Ih matter I gIve JI to 0 you youIlire youthese fU fUII
these II fuel IOU u M sV lu tflVa 611 you ttut 1 n dm lIlRlllU ill o to toredeem tormlecni 0 0rI1II
redeem > 01111 01111Aftr tutteeifAftr oun lf lfAfter
Aftr consultation with District At Attorney A Atorn Attomney ¬
torney torn Clarke Towns To swore nn out th the war warrant warran warrant ¬
rant for the th nrnwt of Voting ollnt who wa a ar arraigned arrailt1lNt arraigned ¬
raigned lioforo Magistrnto Nniimer nllmr in inthe Inthot inthe
the Adam street court and held in SSoo SSooItail Jt ooball Jtball
ball for fxaminnlion fxaminnlionPrelileiit fxlU11illfitionIdlllt xaminnt ion ionPresident
President Idlllt Atterul Fane nr nre Or Dress nail nailWAHIIIKOTO nanWHIUNUTON nhWashtDmnThic
WAHIIIKOTO March 30 The Th President Presidentattended rldnlal1 PrskIpntattended
attended al1 dPd the fancy fant dresn d mil given h n by the theNavy Ih IhSavy theNavy
Navy lUlief 1o > 1ir Association ut the th Vunliin Vunliinton Vssuslsington ahinI
ton Navy Yard tonight tonl ht HP II was a accom accompanied 111IptniPlI isc euvn euvnpaniI ¬
panied by I ii dipt l ll Arrbilmld V llutt hi himilitary himilitary Idnmilitary
military aid Ho II reuhed bttl the th navy na yard virdat ard ardat
at about II o clock In one IIn of tho Ih hi Wtllft lnt
House automobiles Secretary Mover and andAsaUtant mmmiAsaitant
AsaUtant iatAnt Secretary Secrstat of the th Navy t inthrop inthropescorted inthrolNCOrt1 intlmrnpescortmt
escorted him to t it the h hall Knilisted men
from the th > Mayflower und the b hi Dolphin Dolphinv
gave v a pecial etiip und rifle nfl tlrill Ini The Tho1lHldfORt
President ret rtum1 time 1 to to thu th White Whiteat unto IInlItat untoat <
at about midnight midnightTHE mltlnl mIinightTHE < h hI
I THE PLEASURE RE OF OFDiKiNG OFrnIIHA i iDINING
DINING rnIIHA iirnrnti AT aI aIiirnrnti I HOME HOMEit I III
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non this afternoon announced Announcr that he h hAll hsviaji hAllIhprtlltatl hadI
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