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r'" , TFfE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANlJAItY 1913. 5 ' T W' Ht ' :
nn Trust Covers En
lobe, Although Sell
freemen 1 Is Hanir
i in U. S. by Law.
ng Clause" Inserted
iff to Uphold Price
F All Imports.
IN'CrTOK, .Tan. U. Tho cx
tence of Jin iutoruation.il
;reemcnt covering tho uluni
um industry was rovoulcd at
:s$ion of llio committee on
icun. President ArthTir V.
he Aluminum company of
lmittcd that Ins conipan-,
iwumim manufactory iu tlio
tcs, owned the Canadian
lomjKiny, wliich iu turn Lad
iffreeincnt with all of tho
id. foreign aluminum com-
icmcnt, ho said, covers all
bxeept the TJnitcd Siate3,
dtnittcd. was excepted. bc
i is a law here prohibit-
1 schedule of the tariff
ivas under firo before tho
ittee on ways and means
oral steel manufacturing
itended for retention of the
cs in the schedule
, of Sharon, Pa., president
iu Steel Hoop company, ad
ages in tho phrnteolojry of
provcul importers taking
f ils terms. Mr. Kcr told
r under way by tho United
corporation to advance tho
j common laborer? and ar
iicchanics 10 per cent Feb
eprescntativo Fordncr of
itimatcd that this would
i-auco of SlT.-'OOjOOO.
to Chairman. Underwood 's
the cause 'of tho propoao'd"
wages by the steel corpo
fc.iid ho thought "that the
was talcing time- by the
hold Hs labor." lie urged
roni invasion from abroad
that if the industry were
ho companies would reduce
o point where they could
cateil a. dumping clanso to
sending of goods into this
prices lowor than in the
!(d a dumpiug clause- in this
liUc,'' said Chairman Tin
don "t you think that the
in our melnl bill last scs
soon bo sufficient?"
lliitik that is so," nn
. "Wc don't know as to
'. the Waltham "Watch com
"alUium, Mats., also were
" tho committee, which con
tusion far into tho night.
.OJJ Major Walsh Detailed.
jjBWnN'GTOX. Jan 1-1. Maj. Robert
i',R8h Eleventh cavalry, Is detailed
fcnernbcf of tho board of officers,
rjitjVM'taut. George 11, Morgan, Elovonth
EASY CHAIR' SOLDIER
Senator Bristow Objects, but
Wotherspoon Is Confirmed
as Major General '
CALLED PET BY KAiNSAN
Work of Army Lobby Said to
Have Advanced Him Over
Heads of Nine Officers.
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Jan. II. Uy a vote of
36 to U the senate late this afternoon
continued the nomination of Brigadier
Genoral W. W. Wothcrspoon to be a
major general. This action breaks the
deadlock on military promotions, as this
cacc stood at the head or tlio calendar.
Colonel Edward J. McClernrui or
Springfield. III., piomotod to bo brigadier
general to succeed Wothorspoon, and
who was retired wilh tho highest grade
December CS last, will be confirmed at
the next session and the calendar of mil
itary nominations cleared.
Today's action followed a discussion
behind closed doors of upward of two
hours and Is tin- culmination of a light
begun by Senator Bristow last August.
Senator Bristow charged General
Wotherspoon with being an "easy chair"
soldier, a pet of the administration and
an officer who obtained his high rank
because of the active work of thu "army
lobby" and his long scrvico in Wash
ington, where he was able to do favors
for public men.
Although ho has been in the army for
thirty-eight years, Senator Bristow said
this officer had been away from his regi
ment twenty-two years. He pointed out
that in favoring General Wotherspoon
tho president had Jumped him over nine
brigadier generals who stood ahead of
him. In their order, beginning at the
top, these officers discriminated against
arc Funslon, Crozlcr. Bliss, Mills. Sharp,
Allen, Pershing, Garllngton and Alcshlrc
Senator Bristow, in attacking the prcs
j cnt administration of the army, declared
tho retirement Hat was lop-heavy. Il
lustrating this, he said while there wore
only 1JG colonels on the retired list to
day, there were 23(1 retired brigadier
generals and only twenty-three on the
Of major generals, the highest rank
in the service, thc.ro were but si.v on the
active, and twenty-five on the retired list.
Tho expense of the army to the people,
he asserted, was raised through this
"policy of retiring, men with the next
h)ghcr--nimTandtfi6iresent scheme of
retirement Involving all sorts of favor
itism. Senator Holco Smith voted for con
firmation because ho had given hie word.
However, ho denounced the policy as ex
plained by Senator Bristow and said ho
would not again be tied up with a pledge.
Senator Clarke of Arkansas also con
demned the policy, as did a number of
the other senators who voted for the
confirmation because they had so
TITANIC DAMAGES ARE
WANTED BY LAWYERS
NEW TOr.K, Jan. 1 i.- Fifty lawyers
who hope to obtain for their clients more
than J 10,000,000 damages for ions of Ufo
and property on the steamship Titanic
wore aixayed against attorneys for the
White Star line In the (Milted States dis
trict court today. Tho White Star line
contends that ils entire liability is lim
ited, under the United Slates .statutes,
to less than 5100,000 the value of wreck
age and pa.ss.-ige. money. The claimants
hold that the company cannot cluhu this
limitation because tho company was re
sponsible for loss of life through personal
negligence. , , ,
A. L. Brougham, representing "00 claim
ant?, contends that the company's) liabil
ity is limited only by tho LSrltlsh law.
which would compel tho payment of
Thn time limit for filinc suit, which ex
pired today, was extended to February
11 pending decision on an appeal desig
nated to determine tho right of death
claimants to bring suit for full dom
Wtart Your Baby
WlVith Sound Health
I it Bowel Movement From
hildhood on Forestalls
iannot all start life wilh the nd
58 of monov, but evcrv child boru
tied to t he herila'o oi' trood
Through uul'ortunalo iirnoranco
Icssooss iu tho J'u'odiuir of. a. babv
' 8toinneh limy bceotno dcranced.
lordur spreads to tho bowels and
the mother realizes it the. two
organs on which the infant's
t- aud health depend are causing
t HiifCering. If tho condition is
I to continue grave ailments of
ult. e is, however, no occasion for
ami the sunsiblo tliiug to do V,lt
hi he done instmith is Id ir'-.'C
by a small doff, of a mild laa
c. Tu the opinion of a iireat
Pooplo? ainouc them such well
Persons as the of Dixie
Magnolia. Arh., the proper
A'iH l)r. fitldweirs St run Fcnsin.
"1 Dudloy write.": "Ir. :i'al
Syrup Pepsin is tho best nicdi
ever used. Tl curod mv baby
"uloticv colic whun tho (loctora
Mt it- cured mv husband of con
V.On. IIv homo shall never he
Vt Syrup I'ophin." It is a pleasant
m: Jaxatlvr. whhh ivevy person
V.Ht ia mild. tion-L'rjpinL' an-i eon
h'that mo.t cyt'cllont of all di
?-'roiiiodv 13 cspociallv intoiMlcd for
H:.childreu, vomon. old pconlo and
Kct to oiu harsh cathartics, salt
Vff Pitl, etc., are distrrssinu, t Jn
in. the eommou disorderd of hie.
.CCnj6tipntlou, Uvcr trouble, mdi-
DIXIE A!5KJBW DUDLEY.
Eostiou, biliousness, headaches, ami flic
various other disordera of the stomacn,
liver and bowels nothing- is more suil
ablo than this mild laxativc-touic. Dr.
Caldwoll's Syrup Jcpsln.
Two generations of people are us.ng
it today, aud ihoiisands of ifamiltus keen
it ronstantlv i" the houne. for i-vcrv
member of the family can usr it. It
can be obtained of any druggist at nfa
conts or one dollar a bottlu. the latter
boiu" the size bought bv fminlnw who
already hnow its value. UcsuHs are a'
wayr. guaranteed or money will bo re
funded. . ., ,
If no member ol vour fanulv has
ever used Svnu J'cPsin and vou wotihl
Hlte to make a personal trial of it bctoro
buying it in tho regular wav ol a
driiggiat. f.ond your addresaa postal
inftlo to V. II. fialdwoll, -117 Washr
iucton St., Moiiticello. 111., and lroo
aamplo bottle will bo mailed yon.
President of National Live
stock Association Outlines
Legislation Needed to
' WITH 500 PRESENT
Denver, El Paso . and Albu
querque the Principal Con
testants for the Next
Meeting of Delegates.
P1IOBXIX, Ariz., Jan. It. President
IT. A. Jastro of Bafccrsflcld, Cal.,
railed the 500 delegates to the
American National livestock as
sociation to order In annual con
vention here today and consideration of
his address was the most important fea
ture of the opening: session. The address
embodied an earnest, appeal for fcdoral
laws more adequately safeguarding tho
rights of stockmen.
Governor Geor&e W. P. Hunt, C. P.
Miller, president of tho Arizona Cattle
association, and Lloyd Christy, mayor of
Phoenix, delivered welcoming addresses.
Responses were made by C. E. Rhodes
of Colorado and T. 2s Potter of Kan
sas. Consideration of llio Lever land leas
ing bill was the first business taken up
and a resolution indorsing tbe measure
was adopted unanimously.
Denver, El Paao and Albuquerque are
contenting for tho next annual conven
tion. Vor tho presidency of the asso
ciation II. A. Jastro is opposed by
Dwight B. Heard of Phoenix. Delegates
aro present from all parts of the United
States, and Canada and Mexico are well
Wants Federal Laws.
The need of stringent federal laws,
safeguarding the rights of stoclcmcn and
extending their privileges, was urged
today by IJ. A, Jastro, president of the
American National Livestock associa
tion, at tlie opening session of its an
Jatitro attributed tho fact that tlio
United States has less livestock per
capita than ever before to the unsatis- j
factory range conditions "arising out of j
indiscriminate giaslng and tho scramble
to secure what is left of the already de
pleted ranges." Federal regulation, he
assorted, offeiod the only solution of the
Jastro advocated the appointment of u
commlttco to urge bctoro a congressional
committee a bill, first formulated In 190S,
for the leasing of semi-arid, unappropri
ated public grazing lands, protecting the
rights of tlio homesteader. This meas
ure, with modifications, bus been before
congress at every session since 190S.
"The great difficulty In eccurlng this
much-nei:ded legislation Hc3 in the fact
Unit the west Is divided on the question,"
said President Jastro "The majority
of the stockmen of the west favor u. law
similar to that formulated by tho asso
ciation and shoso who oppose it aro
mostly stockmen who profit by exist
Opposes Tariff Cut.
"Then there is the opposiUc-ii of those
vbo think all the government land
should be turned over to the state In
which It is located. If tho states al
ways followed lh plan of leasing state
lands they would probably do tho same
with any open range land turned over
to them by the sovernmcnt, tho only dif
ference being that the slate would lease
tho land instead of the federal government-
Those who havo had experience
In both Incline to the bolter that tho fed
eral government would moro equitably
handle tho land than thu different stales,
"Tho history of tho operation of lease
laws -ill over tho world proves that they
promote tho settlement and development
of tho country.
"It being evident that the shorlago of
livestock In tho west is in a degroo trace
able to the present rango conditions, I
hope our congress will awo.kcn to a Just
conception of a situation which we have
Bought for years to make plain.
"The legislation we aalc for has been
pigeonholed In commltteo rooms long
enough. I hope thlH convention will
pass strong resolutions on this impor
tant question and that you will follow
them up by again sending a strong repre
sentative committee to Washington to
urge the passugc of this much-needed
Jnstro said he was opposed to any
change In the tariff on tho products of
atockmen and farmers.
Young Matron, "Reared iu Lux
ury, Pleads Guilty to Giv
ing Bad Checks,
By International News Service.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14. Mrs. Edna
Loulrto Adams, tho f03ter dnuffhter of a
Chicago millionaire, a society hud in. Lop
Angclc and eastern cities and who, by
hur own story, mot her downfall through
love of the midnight life, pleaded guilty
to the charge of paulne: a worthless
check of Slo on a local mllllnnry house
In Judge McCornilvk'u -ourt today
After pleading K"llty sho bogged to be
royatM'il on her wn rccognlcauun a,ini
the court finally agreed to this. WJnn
Mr Adorns come up for sentence Hi"
i-iitor part of the week sho will nnlofor
probation. It Is said this will, be"
Mrs. Adams, when she was n-rretod a
few weeku ago, traced her trouble to
her divorce and too much night life. Our-
rlmr her Incarceration in the city jail fho
acaVhcd dishes for the first time iu her
I 'e " '',S -f Sl0Cn' ,''""m0 I VLX LAAfM length, trimmed fth feather W
I Z Js " "'0'lc'y' Sl"' 7l!Wl.t-..,...em braid. ' ;i.oo vQincs. mite ml apc-
I Main Floor Annex " HHaaaes- Q
'. Men's Dept. Main Floor H
January WHITE SALE M
Wednesday- Third Day I
I The pleased expression of customers at the values ,)H
I they are receiving are indeed gratifying to our department mana
I gers, who have striven so hard this season tq excel previous '
I efforts. The liberal buying has more than repaid their efforts.
I For today reserve stocks have been brought
I forward, and on the main floor and Economy
I Basement store we are ready for a big business
in Embroideries, Household Linens, H
I W hit e Goods and Muslin JJnderweaf. "1
I It will pay you to supply future rieeHs I
j at prices prevailing this iye&jk! j I
FIVE STATES ELECT
WEARERS DF TOGAS
(Continued from Page One.)
Boniior announced their Intention to sup
Fluke of Kez Perce nominated .lames 15.
Jlabli and Case of the same county sec
Friend of tho minority submitted the
candidacy of John F. Nugent, and IToaly
of Owyhee concurred. Dubois's name
was proposed by Clark of Custer.
The following members of the house
voted for tho return of Senator .Borah
to Ibe United States somite Adams,
Hooth, Howorinan .Bradley. Campbell.
C:t-ic. Chandlor. Clark of Latah. Conner.
Dickinson, Edelblutc. Elliott. Evans of
Hear Lake, Evans of Lincoln. Farm in,
FealhcrtUone, Ferguson. Finite. Gardner,
Gilnhrlst, Harehclrodo, Ilayford, Ilendor
Hon, Hunt. Johnston of Bingham. 'John
ston of Oneida, Jones, Koelsch. r,au,
Lawson, Lewis. jMason. McDcrmntl. lon
donhall. Merrill, Mlckels. Nlelson. Norton,
Oalces, uversmlth. Parks, Bockwood.
ltyan, Snrt;eut. Sinclair, Shuttuek.floroy.
Taylor, Varnlek, M't-arne, Wright and
The minority vote was registered as fol
lows: Friend. Jlealy mid llprndon for
George W. Taunahlll of Lewlston; Clark
of Custer for Senator K. 1. Ferity. Two
mombers. Nihart of Twin Falls and Bosc
vcar of Elmore were absent.
In .he fiit ballot for the short l"rm
Konatorshlp tho tnombcrs of tho housu
voted for the several candidates ;i3 fol
lows: For A ilshic Church. Conner. Dickinson,
Edelblutc, Evan-i of Bear Lake. Fannin,
llarchelrode. Johnston of Bingham. John
son of Oneida. KoelKch, Norton. Oakcs.
Boekwood. ltyan, Slorcv. Taylor, Wearnu.
Speaker French. Total IS.
For Brady Adams, Booth. Bradley,
Brown. Ferguson. Gardner, Ilayford,
Henderson. Lau. Lawson, Lowle. "WoDor
mott, MIchels. Nlelson, Shattuck and
WrlKht. Total 17.
For Bealc Campbell, Chandler, Feath
crslone. Jones. Parks, Sargent and Sin
clair, Total. 7.
For Ilnmcr Bowcrman, Evans of Lin
coln. Gilchrist. Hunt, Merrill and War
nick. Total. C.
For French Clark of Latah. Elliott,
Mason and Ovcrsinlth.
For Bnbb FIneke and Case.
For Nugent Friend. Mealy and Hern
For Dubois Clark of Custer.
In tho ocnato Senator Hart of Fre-
is tlio greatest
Strength Builder and
known to medicine.
Jt is woudori'ully effective as nn
aid to digestion, to nourish tbe body,
stimulate Ibe circulation of the
blood and give Saovl?S
htreugth and. elas- sSjiS,
ticityto the '"''.s- f&r
keeping the entire W,iBP
Vslom in a nor-1 TfSMH I
ntal. healthy con- V? tjsSEiittJfj
ditiou and stos
tho iuroad of Sfjr
age. It is a family medicine that uo
medibino chost should be without.
Get a bottle today and have it on
hand ready for fincroncies.
The genuine DuffvH Pttro IMalt
Whisltev iw Hold in "SEAL13D liOT
TIjUS ONLY, by druggists, proccrs
yud dealers at ?1.00 a largo bottle.
Wrfti our doctors fur J'reo medical
advice and free illustrated medical
The DujEfy Malt Whiskoy Co.,
Ijoehoator, K. Y
I mont county nominated Senator Borah.
. Senators Hunt. Edgington. Jlerrick. Dc'
I ic-nbiich, Falrchlld, Johnson of Lewis,
Johnson of Kootenai, Fields, Sweet,
Borden and Robinson seconded tho nomi
nation. Senator MacBoth nominated
Senator Perky. Senator Reed nominated
George Taunahlll. The solid Republican
majority, iwenty-ono strong, voted in
support of Senator Borah.
Tho Democrats split, Senator Mac
Ueth voting for Senator Perky and Sena
tors Dunning and Reed voting lor Tan
nahlll. For tho short-term senatorshlp Sena
tor Goodnight of Ncx Psrce nominated
James E. Babb, Senator Sweet nominated
Judge Allshlc. Scuutor Hunt nominated
.Tanics II. Brady. Senator Hanson of
Shoshone nomlmilc-d Cv W. Bealc, Senator
Defenbaeh nominated Burton li. FreneJi,
Senator Macbolh mndo the first Demo
cratic nomination, that of Senator Du
bois, and Senator Dunning nominated
tho second Democrat, Georgo W. Tanila
hlll. Tho vote follows:
Albihlo Baldridgc, Burton, Borden.
Hedrlck. Johnson of Lewis, Johnson? of
Kootenai, Swuot. i
Brady Davis. Hulght. Hunt, Lee. Luck.
Ficnch Defenbaeh, Fields. J
1-lanu-r Edslngton. Hart, Robinson.
Morrison Falruhilds. .
liubb Goodnight. f
Bcale I Innson. fc
Nugent Dunning, Reed.
Dubois MacBclh. &
The lcglslatoro did nothing besldoslls
Iof"Inr of the long-term sehatorshlpland
balloting on the short term. Word 2jva.5
received here tonight that Senator Borah
will arrive hero Sunday. 7 -
Two in Colorado.
DENVRR. .Ian. hi. I'onner Gov.
Charlos S. Thomas and Gov. John P.
.ha froth, Democrats, wore elected
United States senators from Colorado
todav, tho senate and house voting
separately. Twt-hn Itoimblicans in the
houso and throo in tho senate voted for
the Democratic' candidates in cojimli.
auce with plcdccs. number onn taknn
prior to tho November idectton. to, sup
port the senatorial candidates receiving
tliu highest preferential vote. The. vote
of the two bourses Mood.
Short term Thomas CDcni.L SS:
Waterman fJKop.). 9: Vincent YPrn-;
prossivc), 1; Stevens. Cl--rogres3i). 1:
absent, 1. Total. 100. T
Long torm: Shafroth (DenO S6;
Dawson fKep.L .11: Catlin (Progress
ivo), J ; llunter (Dem.), J: absent. 1.
Tho election will ho ratified formally
at a joint session tomorrow.
Montana Elects Walsh.
HELENA. Mont., Jan. 11. Eaclbiiouso
of tin assembly balloted today i sepa
rate 4fHslon for United States .jfiumtor
'and Thomas .T. Walsh of Hclcnii, tho sen
atorial preferential candidate, received
every vote cast In the two house. The
The Real Cause of
Most Bad Complexions
(From lunlly Physlclgnfo
It Is a stern fact that no truljvbcautlful
rimploxlon over came out of jar or bot
tles, and tho longer one uses cosmetics tho
worse tho complexion becomes. Skin, to
bo healthy, must hrcalhe. Jt also must
expel, through thu pores, Its sha.ro of tho
lKxly's cift-te material, Creams" and pow
dors olog the pores, intcrfcrlng'-both with
elimination and breathing. Jf morn wom
en understood this, there uouldbo fewer
self-ruined completion.-". Jf Uiey would
iuo ordinary niercolizcd wax -Instead f
cosmt'tics. they would havo natural.'lK'al
thy complexions. This rnmarlfhblef sub
stance actually absorbs a bndfskln, also
unclogiclnv the pores. Result; The fresh
er, younger under-skln Is per.niltt'ed to
breathe and to show Itself. An o'ulslle
new complexion gradually pi-opt oiij. one
free from uny appesinmoo of .-TTrMlIelnllty.
Get an ounce o' mercollzed ux n'.tyour
druggist's and try It. -Apply Sightly Mke
i.-rld cream, for a week or soSSvutjlilpg it
To enidlcate wrlnkleH, here's a.' mar
velouBly cITcctlvc treiitment -jwbliMi alyo
acts natunilly and harmlessly: Dissolve
I oz. powdered sa.Nollte In 5 pt. witch
luir.ol nnrt use ni a wasdi loflon. (Adver
one Socialist member of the leglslithro,
UepreseutatlVf Conner, iu voting for
, Walsh, said his only regret waa that
, Walsh had not signed the recall life; So
cialist party demanded of Its members.
. Tho assembly will ratify itomorrp.' in
Joint session the action of ttfo.twdVlipuHe
. today. t '
Weecjs Is Elected.
BOSTONS '.Tan. M.-l-John W. Weeds- o"P
Newton received tu majority vote for
Fnitod States senator In both houses jf j
the 'Massachusetts loKlsIaliiro.toduy, ,lu?
pollcrl tlio full Republican strcnst&vfe""
Wolverine Senator. " '
JjANSINC. Mich., Jan. H. William Al
di'.n Smitji u-as re-elected United Stales
senator by the Michigan legislature to
day. A joint session of the legislature
will be held tomorrow to ratify today's
SPUING FIELD. ,111., Jan. l-l.oUr in
effectual ballots were UiJieu. today Iu the
speakership deadlock in the" general as
sembly. As a. result, the stubborn fight
for control of tho legislature and' the
election of two United States senators
appears tonight moro hopclossly Involved
than at any time sine.o the legislators
came to Springfield for the opening of
No Election in Maine.
By International News Service.
AUGUSTA. Me.. Jan. 1L The Maine
legislature failed to clet a United
States senator today. Edwin O. Bur
leigh, the Republican nominee In the
primaries, and Obahlah Gardner, the
Democratic primary candidate, each re
ceiving seventy-two votes In the Iioiifc
E. M. Thompson, Progressive, "'received
suvun votes. The senate chojc Burleigh
by a strict party vote Of LM to 10.
INSANITY WILL Biz
MAIL CLERK'S PLEA
KA.NSAS CITV. Mo.. Jan. 1). Insanity,
according to .the statement of his attor
ney, wllUbe the defense of Wells Louns
berry of Medford, Or,. whose. J rial on the
charge of. robbing the mall car of a. Union
Pacific train between hero and Topeka
last AugusL began In the federal court
In ICansas City, Kan., today.
Lounsb.crry entered tho mall car just
as the train was leaving here. Tic com
pelled ode of six mall clerks to tic tho
other flv'o and. after binding the hands
of the ixtli himself, ho rifled tho regis
tered mall pouches. When the train ar
rived a tl Lawrence. I.ounsbcrry Jumped
from the mull car and, entering a sleep
ing car on tho same train, hid In a berth,
where lid was captured. 1 1 In attorney con
tended that a rational peri-on would not
havu resorted to this means of escape.
A jury mis secured today and tho in
troduction of evidence will begin tomor
row. Tho defendant's wife and two children
of Medord and his father. E. A. Louns
berry of Washington, D. C attended thy
RHODE ISLAND MAN
WINS ELECTORS' RACE
WASHINGTON. Jan. H, J. S. MoCabe
of Rhode biland won the quadrennial
raco to. Washington with tho electoral
voto of his stale today. At 0 a. in., when
thn offices of thu vice president opened,
Mr- .McCabo was waiting. A short lime
later II. M. Luudou of Kalclxh appeared
with the vote of North Carolina. A Into
train robbed him of the honor of being
the first to arrive
Tho electors In ouch state are required
to send two ?cts of ballots, one by ninll
and one by messenger, the meJ-xciiKcr re
ceiving compensation at the mto of ,5
cents a mile one way.
II. 10. Dcvendorf. secretary of tho Into"
Vico President .Sherman, bccsimo today
the official ountodlun of the electoral'
votes and will lcocu them under seal Un
til tho houso and senuto meet Jointly
Fobmarv 12 to canvass the vote and de
clare President Wilson officially elected.
American Actress Divorced. !
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