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'Singes Compromise Be
JT0 WORK AT ONCE
Llanelly, Wales, in
lich Five -Men Are
piled and Many Ser
Mi'DON, Aug. JO. A great wave
V relief swept over tlie country
jfonigbt when, shortly after 11
o'floci; tho announcement was
'from the ,bonrd of trade omccs
j&raiiff&v' strike had been settled
it the men would return to work
tennis were quickly dispatched to
t'portant railroad towns bearing
formation and crossed in transit
pS to London describing riots in
8j ud smaller towns in the king-
t cabinet had been working night
Ijjsiocc the strike was threatened
aijje a couipromiso between the
j mnnfcr.s, nnd their employees,
tof the credit for the ultimate
B of their efforts appears to rest
'It shoulders of David Lloyd
t Trio, in his statements to par
i and in an interview with tho
ers and the men. worked for con-
jnjAWfec when all others of the inter
jVprties seemed to have given it
fil committee of five membors
W of two representatives of tho
tomjmnie, two of tho men and
jartican chuirman, will be ap
jL .Tuesday to investigate the
pat the conciliation act of 1907.
$ie men claim is the root, of
Srievancps. This device over
lie wen's objections to a royal
WD, which they contend always
jn1 practice a synonym for do
to technical advantage in tbc
goes, it artoenrs to be in
Sfflj favor, particularly as the
Ml content tojucot their rcpro
fitt The official statement con
t th? ajjreoincnt says tho niati
ftntea to this scheme in view
fca representations made by . the
N?at, including a promise r-!
Hies to permit of an increase in
mts. The men claim victory
iraism on the point of rccogni
Riniono, which was one of the
PW. principles at stake.
f& Sent Out.
"IWwcre scut to 1S0O branches
Lbor unions tonight saying:
?jwnt committeo has settled tho
K a victory for trades union
rnon must return to work im-
itv1 ,of tllc settlement the sol
m art been scattered at rail
about the country will be
"a as fast as arrangements for
portBtion can be made.
Lttffl that today's affrav at
2 Wal. m which the troops
a mob killing two men and
two others, had much influ
Mnduijj the strike. The Liberal
!? had almost its existence at
WiURc of the strike, as it do
I? c working classes for power
gtlemoni of the strike brought
over the conditions ' of
'.tie rnen's boast that they
Wir "e managers ' promise
itev failed, lint adequate
LJJi estimated the number of
ra,ftri,t(! todar 250,000.
3 irffi 0Ver y, but the
!n estl'atc gave only
S hc, '"vavmanatreri
vmIHIk 4:n V? bu oxacgoralion.
if tho, sm,lh f,f EKl'l
- WTilo -f1"011' whc in the north
ntfflxtr tvi,AaH ?r,CQt,i' tippled.
?iRSffll?'remier Asqiiitli did not
"LBtUiMfi conferonco which ef-
11? no brought, pressure to
WJtlcment 0 the strike was
,iBSK)rfVnfcrVl,C0 betweeu David
?BtBa .1 c,1:in"llor of the ex
KCti"''" cxecut",vca 0l" thc
SSBi1"111 rturncil to London
,bW fenufd? ,Vef Sundny, nd his
at MC0Vpt!IMl- trua to th.;
iVOEWaatfrV'0 oar'1 of trade and
ft!rrm o tJ' conference
:(! on rtc,,1ci,t was issued:
crfSBhiy 1m f,rt!?cn tat ions made to
ffi'"'1103 the govern,
5SwB,1Mm i(,,y Grnnot, mini
f W hfi J'l.railwny, to 'confer
.SB"1 on Page Threo.
Man WKo Stopped England Great Strike ;
Kigjt Hon . Davib . LoYC - George,.
PLACES Bill OF
Senator La Follette Introduces a
Bill to Define "Eea3onable"
Restraint of Trade.
DISCUSSES SHERMAN LAW
Declares Supreme Court Yielded
to Importunities and Changed
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 A. bill to
define the extent to which 'reasona
ble" restraint of trade shall be per
mittcd under the Sherman anti-trust
law was introduced- in -tre senate today
by Senator La Follette. Th? b.ll speci
fies that whenvcr a combination, trust
or conspiracy is shown to ex st, - the
burden of proof that the combination
is not unreasonable .shall rest on thc
party who contends that thc restraint is
reasonable. - m .
Senator La Follette, in discussing his
bill, declared thc Shormun anti trust
law had not boon vigorously enforced
in the years immediately following its
passage. He said that" in the Cleveland
administration, when Attorney General
Jndson Harmon, now governor of Ohio,
was called on by con cress to svv what
was boing done to enforce the Sherman
lnw, ho replied tJjat two cases were bq-
'"c'naTor Pomerrnc of Ohio interjected
that -Mr. Harmon, as attorney general,
had prosecuted tho first, successful anti
trust cases in the supremo -court, tno
traiiF-Mi-fouri rale case; and that wuen
it was decided in the government . fa
vor, ho immediately instituted two
more cases. , ' . ...
"Suits should have been instituted
acainst all these institutions, said
Senator La Follette, "before they grew
to have Mich great power and infl.ienco
in municipal and state go ernments
and in nil departments of the federal
irovornment.' ' . ,
Senator La Follette said the incorpo
ration of the word 'reasonable' 111 the
Sherman act came as a distincf shock.
He said the court had "yielded to tho
i nporrm-ities" of those who wanted the
net amended a d l.a 1 cliaMqel the law
after congress lnd refused to do so.
Mr. La Follette aid ho du not
nect notion on his antivtrust bill at this
fess on, but iorcd to have it discussed
before tao regular session in Decern,
Curbing tho "Loan Sbarlts."
rtv Assoctatil Pres.1.
wvquIN'GTON, All?. 10. The Ciirtls
bill iutet?nB, U. ,. loan of mo the
Kovernmcnt .lepnrlnicntB. wn passed to
day by the aonulo
BAILEY TO SUCCEED
,tXev York Agriculturist Under
Consideration -for ' Place in "
, Taf t .Cabinet.
IOWA MAN IS IN DISFAVOR
Reorganization of Department of
Agriculture Forced by the
Wiley Disclosures. .
Bv Leased Wire to The Tribune
'WASHINGTON, Aug." 19. That Dr.
Liberty TL'.Baile' of New York, one
of the loading agriculturists of the
United States and a man who was
named by President Eoosevolt to head
tho com "try life commission, is tobe
appointed secretary of agriculture, to
succeed Secretary .lames Wilson of
Iowa, is tho report which is in circula-'
tio'n hero in well informed circles.,
; The report lacks official confirma
tion, but it is .believed to have sub
Htr.ntial foundation. Dr. Bailoy's name
has been rmiotly mentioned here for
some days in connection, with tho de
partment of agriculture,
Wilson to Go. - " '
That Secretary Wilson's tonure of
offico will be briof, is the conviction
jhat has settled down over Washing
ton.. The revelations as to pure food
law administration, tho anti-Wiley
plot, the manner in which Solicitor Me
Cabo has dominated the department so
as to bring discredit on 'it,' seem, to
inako it impossible for tho president to
. The president hns studiously re
frained from saying whnt he would do
about the department of agriculture,
but it is considered of utmost signifi
cance that aftor getting almost ready 1
his decision in the Wiley "case relnting
to the Itusby contract, ho hold it back,
then announced he would take all the
evidence brought out before the Moss
committeo to Uevcrly with him and seej
tvbnt should be done The. president:
has been compelled to realizo that ho
hns the problem of reorganizing the
'department of agriculture on his-hands,
and that public feeling is deeply
aroused over the situation.
"Until tho president has actually put
forth his decision, which may be do
layed for some woclfs, thero will' no
doubt bo official roticonco as to tho
administration' intentions, but close
friends of tho president predict big
hapneninga, including complete reor
ganization of thc department of agn-culturt-,
with Socretnry Wilson allowed
to resign, and with his "kitehon cabi
net" either ousted or mado innocuous.
In selecting a successor to Wilson,
Dr Bailev is noro to receive Borious
consideration, if, indeed, the matter has
not already gone beyond deliberation.
WEW WILD'S RECORD
DIG IIP HI cira
W. G. Beatty Games a Passenger
in Air Machine Three Hours
and Forty-five Minutes.
MISTAKE ABOUT BRINDLEY
Barograph Reading Wrong and
Aviator Only Ascended 5768
Feet on Friday.
By Leased Wire to The Tribune.
CHICAGO, Aug. 19. W. G. Beatty
created a new world 's record in tho
history of aviation this afternoou, when
he succeeded in carrying a passonger
for three hours and forty-five minutes.
This exceeds anything of tho kind here
toforc dono in America or abroad by
s Tho record beforo this was made by
Ambi;igo at Mulhauscn, Germany, De
cember 11, .1910. Three hours, nineteen
minutes and thirty-nine and eight
tenths seconds was tho time. Tho Ital
ian used an Aviatik machine.
With Mr. Beatty as his paaseniror
was Fred H. Wagner, staff photogra
pher of tho Chicago Tribuno.
Disappointment camo to ouc man nnd
joy to another when it was announced
that owing to somebody's mistake in
the reading of Briudloy's barograph
record, the altitude which he attained
Friday had been only f7()8 feet, instead
of ll,'72(i feet. The" world's record for
altitude was not broken. This left
Phillip O. Parmalce s sjilendid climb of
30,S0O feel, the best or the meet and
an American record besides. Thc next
highest American altitude record was
held by Halph Johnstone, who left 10,
17u feet at Belmont park.
The first accident of tho dnv num
bered ns its victim Ovingtoi who had
boon plunged in Lake Michigan in a
big monoplane the night beforo.
Just after he left the lino in his
"Curtiss 13" feet first ( event of the
afternoon tho twelve-mile race Ov
ington's machine started sputtering. As
ho rounded tho pylon his driving torco
was so weakened that his machine sank
to within twenty feet, of the ground.
As the crowd saw tho fall it half
roso. Down in the south stands some
one shouted " Ovington 's .killod." The
cry was taken up and repeated all along
tho stands until the entire audience wan
waiting for confirmation of the news.
Thon, quite unexpectedly, the fnllon
aviator snuntcrod from tho ruins of his
machine and lit a cigar. He did not
wave at the crowd or mako any other
signal to apprise the field of his safety.
On Monday tho aviators will fly for
a fund to be given to Mrs. Johnstone,
wife of tho aviator drowned on Thurs
During Western Trip Mr.
Taft Will Talk Tariff,
and Other Things.
LIKE HIS VIEWS
While Swinging Around the
Circle He Will Endeavor
to Accurately Sound
By Leased Wire to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. The
trip President-Taft will mako
into tho west during Septem
ber and October is to be ta
ken in order thafc ho may have an op
portunitj' to discuss from tho platform
tho public questions that aro upper
most in his mind. Ho is protty much
disgusted with the congress. He has a
notion that tho legislators are not ac
curately reflecting public sentiment on
some of tho leading questions of the
day and he desires to get- out among
tho pcoplo and find out for himself
whether he is right in his estimate of
the -legislative body. This trip, which
is to bo extended to tho Pacific coast
if the preBont plans are carried out,
will give him a chance to lay bofore
the people his programme for tho bal
anco of his term. Tis ho will do in
six or seven sot speeches. In the
course of the four or five weeks of
travel ho will probably deliver 75 or
100 addresses, but the important things
he will have to sa3r will be embodied
in the speeches ho' will prepare in ad
vance with great care.
Subjects of President.
What may be termed the big sub
jects for the trip may be enumerated
1. Tariff revision.
2. Tho arbitration" treaties between
tho United States and Great Britain
3. Canadian, reciprocity.
4. Thct tni3t question.
5. Legislation under which the nat
ural resources of tho public domain of
tho United States proper and of Can
ada may bo doveloped.
0. Currency reform.
7. Economy in public expenditures.
The president undoubtedly realizes
tho public does not intend that the tar.
Iff question shall bo put aside until tho
Aldrich-Paj'nc tnriiT law has been re
vised. Hc will on this forthcoming tour
of the country mnkc plain his position
on this subjoct, Tho probability is he
will not only declare his determination
to do his utmost to obtain revision of
most of tho schedules of the legis
lative law at thp next session of con
gress, but will givo notico that he will
seok legislation creating a genuine
t a rift commission. His tariff speeches
will undoubtedly be strong arguments
iu favor of tariff legislation based on
Question of Arbitration.
On this trip ho will give the people
of the country nu opportunity to choose
between him and "tho United States sen
ate on the question ns to whether tho
arbitration treaties designed to pro
mote the peace of tho world shall bo
ratified. The contest over the ratifica
tion of these treaties promises to be
ono of tho most important that has
taken place between the president and
thc senate in a long time. Senators
who were most directly instrumental in
tho emasculation of the treaties in the
committeo on foreign relations did not
suppose the president would tight. Thov
know now thC3' wero mistaken. Last
Tuesday evening the president said, as
ho was leaving for Ocean View, that
ho would not discuss the arbitration
treaties before tho Ocean View as
sembly. On his wny over to tho New Jorsoy
resort ho received a telegram announc
ing that Senator Lodge, for a majority
of the foreign relations committee, had
submitted to thc senate his report de
nouncing tho treaties. Ho believes the
people of the United Stntcs aro heart
ily in favor of these troaties in the
form in which they arc submitted to
the senate and it is his intention to
take ad,antnge of this coming westorn
trip to do what he can to strengthen
Will Attack Insurgents.
While reciprocity with Canada is a
thing accomplished so far as action by
the United States is concerned, the
president is very likely to hnvc a good
deal to saj' on this subject when he
gets out nmong the farmers of tho groat
central west. Ho is not unmindful of
tho fact that thc insurgent Ttopubli
can senators who aro supporting Sen
ator LaFollette for president plan to
seek delegates to tho Republican na
tional convention on. anti-reciprocity
platform. Those Insurgents have let it
become known that they will make a
fight in convention for a plank in tho
platform denouncing Canadian reci
procity. In view of the fact that
President Taft is to receive a rcnoini
nation, unless unforeseen obstaclos Bhall
arise, it becomes iucumbont on him to
defend thc reciprocity pact. This ho
will wolcomo an, opportunity to de.
The Trust Question,
No onev will be surprised if ho has a
great deal to saj- on tho trust question
Continued on Pago Two.
TRIAL OF BEATTIE
Young Virginian Accused of Mur
der of His Wife Keeps in
CRIME A MYSTERIOUS ONE
P.ublic Sentiment Against the Pris
oner; Noted Criminal Lawyer
to Defend Him.
By Leased Wire to The Tribune.
RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 10. The trial
of Henry Clay Beattio for tho alleged
murder of his young wife on vJuly 18
will begin Mondaj a trial calling for
elucidation, tho prosecuting officers say,
of as mysterious a crime as the south
,has recently known.
While some of the facts in the case,
it is asserted, point toward the defend
ant, it is admitted that certain essen
tials aro lacking.
Lawyer Smith, Beattio's senior coun.
Bel, has a record as a prosecutor. As
prosecutor for tho commonwealth he
conducted the atato'a osbo against fifty
one murder defendants and convicted
the majority of thorn. On tho othor
hand, he has defended forty-nine al
leged murderers and onlv one was
hanged. So that, in defending Beattie,
ho appears in his one hundred and first
trial where a capital crime 13 charged.
( All differences between young Beat
tie and hia father have been sunk now
that the young man ib to be put on
trial for his life. With public Bcnti
nfent bo, strong against Beattio that tho
little jail of Chesterfield was regardod
as unBafo for him, and bo was there
fore brought to tho Richmond jail, thc
elder Beattio is providing generously
for his son's comfort and defonso and
proclaiming conviction in his innocence.
When tho case is called in tho little
Chesterfield court houso Monday morn
ing tho chief efforts of tho defonse
will be to get a ''home jury" that is,
twelve jurors from Chesterfield county,
for while Beattie senior iB not a nativo
southerner, being a transplanted "Yan
kee," ho is held in high esteem in Man
chester where he had a general Btore
and in tho towns and villages through
put thc country. If a "homo jury"
is secured, the defense will fool more
confident. But Chestorfiold county has
been so wrought up that it is doubtful,
if twelve competent jurymen can be
With occasional visits from his fam
ily, incessant cigaretto smoking, and his
guitar.' Beattio show6 no signn of a
breakdown on tho eve of his trial for
his life. He long ago ceased to answor
qncstions regarding' his caso. Ho lots
a grin serve for his answor to any
and all inquiries.
Tract In the Vicinity of Monterio Bo
ing Burned Over; Fighters
By Leased "Wire to The Tribune.
MONTERIO, Cal.. Aupr. 19. Fierce for
est flres are today burning their way
over 1500 acres on which, luckily, there
are no larsro trocs.
FIro surrounds tho mouth of the West
ern Pacific railroad tunnel, two vnllcs and
a half south o here. The local fire de
partment Is in readiness for the oxnectud
battle with thc flames.
The Bohemlnn club Krovo Is In dan
ger, thc Are belnc within two and a half
miles. BinploycoH of tho prove arc busy
cutting a broak In the hope of checking
Tho conflagration Is also working west
and threatens Cnmp Meeker
One hundred men are "on the ground
making a determined flghU It Is reported
that twenty flcrhtcrs were hemmed In bv
the flames, but by heroic work they
fought their way out.
Representatives of the forestry service
are oxpected momentarily to help chock
thc flames. No loss of life Is reported so
Chester County, Pa,, Authorities De
termined to Punish Men Who
By Associated Press.
COATESVIL.LB. Pa., Aug. 10. Willi
elpht persons under arrest In connection
with the lynching of tho negro here last
Sunday night, the Cheater county au
thorities aro still pushing their Investi
gation with vigor and Interesting devel
opments are promised. It wiw reported
today thnt at least three of thono taken
Into custody had made confessions Impli
cating the leaders of thc mob that burned
Sonic of those said to be Involved are
leading citizens. One of tho five men
arretted Inst night. It Is said, will later
have to answer to tho chargo of mur
der In- connection with the lynching.
WIFE KILLED HUSBAND
WHO TOOK SECOND BRIDE
Special Cable to The Tribune.
VIENNA, Aug. 10. A flftccn-ycar-old
girl named Nadya Pelolock has been
executed at Serajovo, Bonnln. after being
found guilty of murdering her husband
with an axe. Ncdya. who was a Moham
medan, had only been married a few
months when her husband brought homo
a Kucond wife. The glrl-wlfo In a fit of
Jealousy killed her husband while he was
asleep, afterwards giving herself up to
HOUSE INSISTS UPON
A COMPLETE REPORT
By Associated Press. . '
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. Tho hoimo
today passed with amendment tho senate
bill providing that tho monetary commis
sion shall pans out of oxl.stence after
making a report on ItB work during the
three years since Its creation. Tho
amendments required that thc report shall
be "full and comprehensive" and extend
the life of tho commission from January
8. 1003, to March 31, VVJ
READY TO QUIT I
Members of Congress Tire I
of Extra Session; Senate 'I
Votes to Adjourn Tues- I
day Afternoon. I
HOUSE NOT LIKELY I
TO CAUSE DELAY I
Windup May Come Monday I
Night After Passage of
Cotton Revision H
Measure. ' fl
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. The ex-
traordinary Bession of congress
will adjourn eithor Monday
night or Tuesday afternoon. ..M
Both houses have cleared their docks 'M
save for the passago of the cotton re
vision bill Monday, an act to be per- '
formed by tho Democrats in the face of
tho announced intontion of not waiting
for tho sure veto of the president. Tho
exodus of members already haB begun.
Those who aro held in leash by the
party whips to meet possible emorgency
m tho closing hours aro eager for the
final departure. "
Tho ponding adjournment proposition
is the PenroBo resolution for adjourn
mont at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon,
which tho senato today adopted. It was 'H
immediately rushed to tho house, but -M
the lower branch held up action pending
tho. closing up of its cotton bill pro
ceedings. Tho house, however, has no fli
disposition to delay adjournment and fl
tonight held a session with a viow to
final disposition of all miscellaneous
legislation on the calendar. ,"H
Numerous Conferences. 'H
The rosrult may btt tho close of the '-M
extra session a "day,' earlier than pro
posed by the sonate. There were nu- -41
merouH conferences between Vico LJrosi- ''H
dent Sherman, Senator Penrose, Demo- -c
cratic Lender Underwood of the house '
add othors, with a viow to speeding tho
t Senator Bailey announced his opno
sition to the adjournment on the yM
ground that it would tjive the president .-H
opportunity io pocket veto thc cotton .H
bill. Tf that measure passes the liotibc flfl
Monday, said Senator Bailc-, adjourn- 11
ment would come before the president
had been given a reasonable timo to
pnBS on thc bill and bofore cougruss
had nn opportunity to attempt its pas
sajro over his veto.
Senator Martin of Virginia, the Dcni- H
ocratic leader, stated that the Tuesday
adjournment met with the approval of 'M
tbofce in charge of legislation in the
A demand for a roll call was mudr
on tho adjournment resolution, but it
did not sccuro onough support.
Strong- Negative Vote. 'H
The resolution passed in faco of a 'H
strong ncgativu vote. !
Thc houso in committeo on tho whole H
passed tho bill providing for thc erec- 1
tion of a new buildinjr ,for tho bureau ,.H
of engraving and printing For three -H
years there has been appropriated $2,- 'H
150,000 for this purpose.
"Representative Ferris of Oklahoma
called up a bill to authorize the secro
tary of the interior to withdraw from '
tho' treasury of thc United States the
funds of tho Kiowa. Comanche and the
Apache Indians more than a million
dollars and deposit thoni in the banks
Opposition to tho bill was strong.
and on thc point of no quorum the
house adjourned. tM
DELAY CAUSED BY
LOSS OF TROUSERS . fl
Andre Jaeger-Schmidt, French Globe
Trotter, Makes Close Connection
With Steamer. 'H
By Associated Press. .H
NEW YORK. Aug. 10 Andre Jaeger- 'B
Schmidt, the French newspaper reporter,
who In seeking to go around the world
In Tortv duvs.. whirled Into thc focus of
half .a dozen moving picture machines and 'H
up tho gangplank of thc liner Olympic tan
minutes before sailing time today, con- ;'H
fldcnt that ho would win his race. The
OivmpJc sailed at 1 o'clock with the globe rB
glfdler aboard. ...
Earlier In the day the tourist met a Wm
setback. He lost his trousers. After a '
frenzied senrch In which every bellboy
at hl.i hotel participated the missing gar- ?H
rncnta were found In timo for Jn?gor
Schmidt to set out for the plor.
UNION PACIFIC TO
Twenty-flvo Hundred Men Will Bo Laid
Off Next Week, Probably
By Associated Press.
OMAHA. Neb., Aug. 19. At the office
of thc xonenil manager of the Union
Pacific tonight tho Information was given
out that 2500 employees of thai road will
b. laid off during the week, possibly on
Thu reduction In force will apply to .
all departments. The employees will not
bo discharged, but will bo laid off with
no time rot for their return to work.
The action of tho company Is said to
be due to thc fact that since Octobor.
1010. buslneus lias been steadily fulling