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Salt Rheum All Over Arm?
"1 had rv-.'U and salt rheum on my arms
?o that they were literally a ecab /rom
scr.u< iiirt^. jnd a firry itching sensation
ail:, h w.is >erv annovinc. 1 took a six
bottle courar of Hood's s.its.t(urilLi, and
have not had a single bo? since, neither
)ia? the eruption returned on my arms.
My general health is now good, no ache*
or ttatna, and .is spring approaches 1 don't
feel the need of any spring medicine.?
W. A. CaWwdl, I.itchheld. Conn
Get it to-day in the usual liquid form
or in the tablets known ,i> SarA.atabs.
Struggle Long Hours for Pitiful
Sums Paid by l ac
. -:: n. January II,?A pitiful.
r., ( ;.;.*n and a omen, and chtj
dan or :,vc and six years cid, working
under f. i: hy conditions and living !n
aqua lid canning camps of the New York i
r.-u't ar.d Vegetable CttnatM ' \>i?pan>-,
was ; r< .-. titcd to ti.e House Rules Com- !
m:tt.*e tu-day by Mary poyle O'Rjelily. I
a social WUtkei. and Frank 0. praete. i
an llliaatlgalai for the New Tor?. l**.b
o: Department. They supported a reso?
lution :.-itroduicd by Bapcseeatattre Al-'
le:., of Ohio, for aa investigation Ml
conditions In the canning industry j
throutr.iout the country.
Prank Qorreu, aeeretarr of the ya-:
tlor.a: Ca-'.ae.-a' Association, declared
th: : ..t.-i --ra:::-ntlci?t. rcrres nHnirfroro
TO to -j per cent of the canning.output
of the country, invited the fulleet in- ,
vestlpatlun of condit.ona |a the Indus- 1
try, and would lend every assistance j
possible to Congress tot making the
incju ry thoroaaw? coauelttee took
rht i setrtateaa aadaf adrlaeasent.
Condition a Are Horrible.
M st O'Reilly and Mr. I'raete. from
notes made during personal invesfijra
tior. of '-??? ' ea:.:. :\ - c.-.n.ps in New York
gave the committee detailed descrip?
tions of horrible working conditions,
filthy housing conditions am! lack of
ea:.i:ary e?juip:rient. Miss O'Reilly
epe.-.t a mrmth in the camp aa a woman
laborer. She shook with emotion as
ate described to the committee the
plight of Lttfcs children sent into the
carr.t's to earn a few pennies a day. i
'Thaia are children in the camps
four a.-i tive years old." she said, "and
tiere are ehlidrea of ten ar.d eleven. |
Thi. e la no rerord of child labor, and i
the employers nis'nia'n that the chil?
dren to the factories with their
parents. I knew of a camp whera
three chHdren working together earned
55 cents a day among them.
"Working m the stripping shed un?
der the ye*jr York law is not eoneid-r
ed fad ry la*?o-. Women in the camp
are pa,.; l cent a pound for stripping
peas, a stronc. vigorous woman can
strip a'.out fifty or sixty pounds a day.
A woman !s pa:*. $7. a day for husking
corn, but tho work is very heavy. ]
know of two little Italia:, girls who
are ste.-. \y workers. They are sisters,
?>t ar.d six years old.
*ln one cannery I visited five li*V.:an
boys from fifteen to seventeen years
old. who worked 115 hours in one
week. They (.tided the week by work-j
lng fr:>m ; e/cleck .-Saturday morning'
until 1 o'clock Dim da J morning, never j
leaving the factory. One of the BOJ%
Tounrr.y Soceor<?-refuaed to go back to!
the to* tary Monday morning.
"W "..e.-i his mother called him he '
wave: bar awa:\ saying. Trr. going to
cut It out. There ain't no use because]
there ain't no God.' "
'T>ld you sa7 he worked 115 hours a !
weekV demanded one of the commit-:
?"Why. yrs " r*t::rnei M.sa O'Reilly. ,
"I kr jw of women who i.ave worked
120 hours a week, and giris of sixteen ?
and eighteen who have worked twenty j
hours a day."
Too Dirty for Pia?.
Mr. Praete presented the report of j
his investigation of nearly fifty ran- I
ring camps in New York State, includ- '
lng ranapg at Wehet?, i?y->ns. Clyde.
Mario-. Rome and other towns
throughout th? fruit and tru-k garden
aecti'.'.s of the State His description
of ho'..?:ng and factory cond.lt! ->rii>. of
filthy .-.-.ae*>s whc,re the workere lived
and of -rorxtittona of water and sani?
tation moved Representative T'enver.
of Ohio, to ask:
"Did you sec these things ycureelf?"
"All cf the statements made her?
are the result of my own Investiga?
tion ' returned Mr. Praete "I could
not find wo-ds to describe the condi?
tions traty. tOOOM of the pieces are eo
filthy that r.o rig would have ?ccn at
Bee ort? Boom Itensaa ked.
?rt W H uatei:. of 3a Faat Grace ?treet,
paetaedey rags wed to the ro:ie? taat her
votn? *eas enteric" through a aide window
aed or* reem Three checks and
r* :r. --? ? - a. . - t ? ?s'.ng frem e
\t i -k-*1 it'?eweerl Horae.
tt'i .am r. ? < a i ? re,: .!r!ver. waa ar
r??:?-! ???.??? s ? aran aal #w>ra e-it
v> ,\*er.? E Ta-v:.>r. ot I .? f viny for
?he 1 of Cruelty to A.-.ixa^. rha-e
'? ?' -.????*'?:.??? .! '?^.rj
to have "talkies"
1 Edison Joins Hands With Vaude?
ville for Installation of
1 RICHMOND IS INCLUDED
Wells's Circuit Will Be Equipped
With New Invention
of the Wizard.
(Sr>?c ial to The Tlmes-Dleipatch.)
New York. January 11.?-Vaudeville
and Thomas A. Fdison Joined forces ti
?iny. and Incidentally established a
new record for a big business In thea?
tres when E. F. Albec. representing
R F. Keith. A. Paul Keith. Martin
Beek, the head of the Orpheum Clr
and J. J. Murdock, executive
!!i.inaK?T of the L'n'itcd Booking Offices,
signed contracts for the Installation of
the Kdison Klnetophone. >r talking;
plcturea. In more than 100 theatrea
under their control, the jt- |
royalties accruing to the lnvedtor ex?
ceeding f.'OO.OOO per annum. This. '
however, la only a beglnnlm?, aa mo- 1
tion p'.cture promoters and vaudeville
managers everywhere are negotiating:
for some rlfthts.
Besides Messrs. Albee. Keith. Beck \
and Murdoch, there were gresent F. F.
.Proctor and F. F- Proctor. Jr.. M. Shea, I
Of Bufialo. and Toronto; Jake Wells, :
< f Walla's Southern Circuit, with head?
quarters In Richmond; Harvey Wat
kins, 'if Montreal; Carl Ix>throp. of
? alt ard Mr. ft.tbnberger. yt Balti?
more Thev shared the general en
?? - asm and hastened to contract for
The Kinetophone for their respective
These theatres, among; others, are
beinp; cTJl^ipe.l by K.lison exports for
immediate installation of the Edisoa
talking picture apparatus- B. F.
Keith's theatres in New York, and the
Keith theatres in BoattMs, Ph'/adelphia,
T< ledo, Columbus. Indianapolla. Cin?
cinnati, Ix-uisville; Shea's in Ruffal >
and Toronto. Temple Theatre. Roches?
ter, and Terrtple Theatre. lVtrolt: the
Orpheum houses In LaOS Angeles. San
Francisco. Seattle. Portland. Spokane.
Minneapolis, l ..?<? Moines. Salt Laake
City Puluth. Oakland. New Orleans,
Memphis. Sioux City. Lincoln. Winni?
peg:. Kansas City. St. Paul. Omaha.
Denver, Rirrriinsrham and Nashville: the
Columb's Theatre. St. Louis: the Ma?
jestic and Palace Theatres. Chicago:
Majestic. Milwaukee; the Grand Ma
cn: the I'mpire. Richmond, and the
Miry-land Theatre. Baltimore.
.take Wells controls, or has largre
Interests In the Academy of Music. Ti? ;
Lyric (not yet completed), the Colo- |
nlal. the Blj'ou and the Kmplre Thea- |
tres. as well as some thirty theatres
in the Southern Spates.
(Continued From First Page,)
special appeal by cable made to-day oy
the International Commission of Re !
lief. Saloniki is now occupied by a
'"-reek army and has evidently been!
the objective point for refugees from1
the surrounding country. The message'
Is the first to tell of any great dis-J
tress there. It Is as follows: 1
"Saloniki. January 11.?The Inter-!
national Commission of Relief has a
thousand war refugees under its care, j
They are lr. abject poverty. An ap-|
peal is made to the generosity of!
Americans for immediate funds. The,
local means are wholly inadequate.;
i'? ntrlbutior.s should be cabled to the]
American consul at Saloniki.
1.1st of ( aaualtlea.
St. Petersburg. January 11.?The of - i
final Ost of casual'ies la the Bulgarian
army since the beginning of the war I
with Turkey shows that officers an?
21.411 men have beer, killed or have'
.succumbed from their wounds or dis- I
tee, according to a dispatch frum I
Folia. Besbdea this, tit officers and 51.- 1
? M men were wounded, or Put on tne
:..k Hot, of these. 70 per cent have
s.nce recovered and rejoined the army.
The Bulgarian government has
asked for the scrvKes of Russian
and Czeen physicians to combat in*
fee Mesas diseases which have appeared
In various regions.
Maaanrred by Mussulmans.
Athens J.muarv 11.?MuSeulmene to?
ri a v massacre-! thirty women and chil?
dren and pir.as*ed and burned 12-0
houses in Ke.-a.rn.za In tha Turkish pro
f ilp'.rua. a short dlatar.ee from,
the Greek frontier.
The victims were driven out of their'
flaming homes and took refuge In a|
eon They were pursued by the1
Mussulmans, who first tortured snc
then slaurhtered them.
lr. F.'-topla and Nlpcron. in the same
regaoa, a number of notables were J
massacre) ar>?! Trmny houses burned. i
Yoo Make Friends By Rec?
ommending a Reliable
Your representative called at my door
I yesterday meaning to leave a sample of
! your noted Swamp-Root, and I am cer?
tainly pleaded to see anybody connected
! with the firm who makes a medicine
! which has done so much for me and my
i famiij A few years ago I was suffering
I from a terrible pain in my back, and when
1 was up around the house I had to walk
with my body bent nearly double. If
: you had placed a thousand dollars above
i my head I tould not straighten up to
! Hearing of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
II sent to you for a sample bottle, and
j from the effects of that small amount I i
J was sure it would help me, so I bought
sjm bottle and it has c ured me.
Shortly after that my husband, whoj
I was a coal miner, was suffering from kid- !
ncv trouble and could not work, and I
sent for some of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. He was in a terrihle condition,
but as the doctors had not given me any
relief. 1 had more faith in Swamp-Root,
and it was well founded, for it did the j
work, and after taking a few bottles he ;
wa6 completely cured.
I daily recommend the use of Swamp
Root to my friends and neighbors.
MRS. JOHN NORDQUIST,
Sworn and subscribed to before me,
this 14th dav of May, 191?.
\V. D. ALLEN. J. P.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
j Ringhamton, N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yog.
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bincham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince any one. You will al-o receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. W hen
writing be sure and mention the Rich- ]
mond Sunday Times-Dispatch. Regular
fifty-cent and one-dollar sue bottles for
sale at all drug stores ?Advertisement
IS III ATTITUDE
(Continued From First Page,) ;
law. If only the crooks tried to cir?
cumvent the law. not very much law '
would b? necessary. But there are
some men who have permitted them- j
selves to circumvent the law who ar? ,
not crooks." j
Concluding, the Oo\<?rnor said tareI
nation had "taken a change of venu'"
and now -'the governmental ease was
to be tried before a Jury conypesed of
all the people.
M M ETC A L VSI C K
Saya Her "Darling, 1'rptty Voice" la
More Touching Than K\er lief ore.
(Special to The Tlmee-D'spatch. J
Paris, January 11.?A letter from
Mme. Calve from St. Paul is printer!
in which Ehe denies that she hae been
very aick. She says she has suffered
from a simple cold which the local
press greatly exaggerated. She says,
"last mo assure you that my health is
not bad. My darling, pretty voice, al?
ways strong and sonorous. Is more
tou-hir.(? and lntenselv more sensitive
than before. Alas: like me, it is In
the autumn of life. It will go llttlj
by little, reluctantly, and as it weakens
I shall weep for It like I would for
Mme. Calve continues that she has
learned In regard to her voice that
It has an existence independent of
hers, and that she believes it will
return when she dies so that she will
sing with her last sigh. Her earliest
recollection is of the voice singing to
her father. The next wao, in a ?
vent and then of her theatre til?phsi
She tells of the intoxication of her tirst
performances, and says: "How far
away all that is? But that is not har
piness. I would rather have been the
mother of five or six little onea whom
my voice might have lulled to sleep."
TRAPS CANADIAN LYNX
Game Warden Succeeda la Landing
Fine Specimen. *
[Special to The Times-Dispatch ]
New-ton. K J., January 1 f.?Marcus
Cartrlght. game warden of Pike Coun?
ty. Pa., came over to Sussex County
yesterday and trapped a Canadian lyr.x
which weighed seventeen pounds. -V
dead doe. whioh had run against a
fence and killed Itself, was responsible
for the trapping of the lynx.
The warden discovered the carr*?
of the doe and around It the foot?
prints of the cat. By baiting traps
with venison the cat was captured and
dispatched with a revolver by the war?
den. Th? iynx wal about ten months
Have You Ever Considered The Benefits
of a Stieff Plaver-Piano in Your Home?
Th'.ak cf the Innumerable erenlr.fi of tte Be<9neBt enjcrenient!
How the IRtaa oDes wii: take to tba omvuc! The rapid prograai
wtf] make, because of ita ierptratioa! Toot entire hocae Ufa
artB he fcridjater ar.i happier whea 70a oar* a ?tleff or Shaw
I Crand awai
Claas, a-i. at
> of tl
proof of star
1 Is of bei;
[. the warrr
!? of \ ?
Buy at Factory Price
' " ' -r " factory warerooras No need to pay m tri 4 leases's
rrofltB when yon can buy from the worid a foremost makers at
fsvruTT pr-"-, T02 tare fully JO par oent oa pianos of all trades
shown uera. Be tura to tee ear (rent stockt now on display.
LOOK INTO OUR
"EASY PLAN" NOW
L?? ? explain how 70a
can have your piano In
I if home now. without all
' I wajttafc aktmrdaa and
I GV RrKK, M?r-.
11T \\r%t Bmad.
WANE IDE BALLOT
Want Constitutional Amendment
to Permit Them to
Vote by Mail.
CRIDLIN IS HIGH PRIEST
Richmond Man Father of New
Idea, Which May Assume
"Traveling Suffrage'' la the name of
tha latest enfranchising movement,
and Its founder la R. W. Cridlin. ?I
thia city, a member of the board ol
directors of the Virginia Division.
Travelers' Protective Association ot
America. It Is new and, like all new
things, extremely, attractive. It aim*
at nothing less than a constitutional
amendment which would enable every
traveling man. no matter in what j>art
of the country he may find hlmselt
at election time, to send his ballot
home by mall.
According to the high priest oi
Traveler Suffrage, traveling men by
the thousands are every year dlsfran
chlaed by accident of place. They
form what is probably the best-ln
fcrmed body of men in the country,
the vote of which would prove ex?
tremely valuable, but they are dis?
franchised by reason of their calling.
Traveler Suffrage demand* a consti?
tutional amendment which by remov?
ing the rule that a voter must cast
his ballot in person, would admit a
properly executed ballot when sent by
Jndomed by Vlrarlnla Dlvlalon.
The board of directors of the Vir?
ginia Division. Travelers' Protective
Association, In session at local head
?luarters, Third and Main Streets, last
night, adopted a preamble Indorsing
the Cridlin plan of Traveler Suffrage
and recommending it to the national
legislative committee. The plan will
be submitted to H. C. Featheroton, ot
Lynchburg, chairman of the Virginia
legislative committee, for his opinion
as to the possibility of enacting it into
The new suffrage movement. It Is
expected, will be taken up by other
traveling men's organizations and may
assume national proportions. Mr. Crld
lld, in his exposition of the Idea last
night, went at length into the practi?
cal working out of the plan. So far aa
is known, the scheme Is wholly origi?
nal and has never before been
President E. R Barksdale. of Ports?
mouth, presided over iast night 8 meet?
ing. The other directors present were;
Vice-President R. W. Spillman. Rich?
mond; Secretary H. L. Harwo >d. Bich?
rauiid; D. W. Sale, Lynchburg. J. W.
Williams. Alexandria: F. S. Hancock.
Norfolk: C. S Johnston. Roanoke; J.
0. Boatwright. Danville, and C. D.
Oolemar.. B H. Randolph. E. D Quarles,
.1. H. Grant, R. W. Cridlin and George
W. Rogers, of Richmond.
rian for National Convention.
The board of dlrectora passed upon
plans for the annual convention of
tha Travelers' Protective Association,
which will be held in Richmond next
June. Preiim'jiary arrangements were
also made fvr the State convention,
which will be held in Lynchburg ?ay
1, 9 and 19. '
The directors' meeting was flpllowed
by a meeting of the chairmen of men:
bershtp committees of the various
State posts A campaign was outlined
to increase the membership of the as?
sociation Sn this State by t.'.O within
the next four months. In this work
the membership committees will be as?
sisted by a number of State and na?
Among those In attendance at the
meeting of the membership chairmen
were: National Vice-President C. Wal?
ton Saunders. Richmond. 97. II. Jones,
DauavlDe; Winston Harvey. Lynchburg.
E. C Goodivci'i. Petersburg; T. H. Self,
Martins rille: L L. May, Alexandria:
P. S. Hancock, Norfolk; I>ee Lorraine.
Richmond; C S. Johnston. It >anoke.
and R. C Cross. Norfolk.
W. K? Ba he, of Richmond, resigned
as a aseatbot of th>- board of directors
because of his removal to another
State. W H. Brown, of this city, was
elected t j succ-ed him.
sit \. crri.es Convicted.
(Specia. to The Tunes-Dispatch )
Gloucester. Va.. January 11.?The
Circuit Court of Glouceater adjourned
this evening after achieving a record
breaklnsr I'st of convictiona. among
them being six colored men for the
Illicit sale jf liquor. All were, giver,
the maximum penalty of the law. One
of the negroes convicted waa John
Jamea Field, at whose ho^se Ferdinand
Allen murdered Mike Washington In a
TO SIT IN HOOFF CASE
Summoned to Appear In Corporation
Court at Alexandria on
rSpecial to The Times-Dispatch 1
Fredericksburg. Va.. January 11.?
Deputy Sergeant B B. Smith. <t Alex?
andria, cam. here and with City Ser?
geant J. C. Chl'-heater called on a num?
ber *f Frederickaburg citizens and
summoned them to appear In the Cor?
poration Court of Alexandria on next
Tueedav morning, when a Jury will be
selected from irr.onr them ly trv the
case of ?he ?"ommonwealth vs. IjouIs
HoofT The following ia a list of those
summoned A R Baumen. George P.
Kina. Duff Green. W A. Bel!. E ?'
Bell L E l^yton. lohn E. Rodger*,
t Wllmore <"ox. t Fred Br>wn. E. J.
Fmbrey N. B Muaselman. H. I? atc
Ghee. F. A Solan. R L Blscoe. J. J
Oerner. George W. Heflln. John A.
Wh te. y. L .lores. M. G Will s. Jr..
James R. Leiten. J. W Gent her. L H.
afMdletnn D. t Roulwar*. S H Beale.
H B -eouldman. J ? Tlmberlahe
Contraetc T G Heflln. of th's city,
has Just <-oroplete-. and t irned o.e.
to the authortie? st Bowling Green.
In Caroline County, the splendid nan
-.hoot hilXIr.K. two storle* hiaA 'r*
f..ur rooms .,n tne second stoiy be
.n? s> arransed that thev can be
turned In'o | laree auditorium seat'ng
ovwr ??*? p"-. ? Ti.e h-.ildii.g Is up
to-date in ecery reefrect.
A few days aao the arrand Jary ?*
the rirr lit ? o->rt of Greene C?
found sersatoea indictments aa*.sal
person* thai n.tir.ty. bo-h wt.lt?
and colored . h-'wed with Sellins; In
tenee *rr r.g the nuW
?ral woni?n. some with t
end one negro with hot
fated l?pr.n these the ?
ed the Jail aentcr.ee
leave the eemntr All t
mast gtie bonds lit *be sum of k4>"
?!? r - ' to pel', apV '.??'??' ? i" ???? ??""
?w. v, month* The fln?e 1 ? *' ??
ar-ge'ed iv:>? aad the jail teem
.e.ige^ from alaty data to fasajOasa*
THE HOUSE OF FASHION
BROAD AND FIFTH STS.
Women's Winter Apparel
at Quick Clearance
Timely Sale of Women's
Trimmed and Tailored
Worth to $25; Sale,
comprises more than 1,200
Handsomely Tailored and
All New Suits, in latest
models in fact, they are
being unpacked from the
makers' boxes while this
advertisement is being writ?
ten. And. best of all, a
choice of twenty-five styles!
Practicalk every fashionable
fabric is represented. The won
derftll collection of materials in?
and Novelty Effects.
No newspaper advertisement,
n<> matter how well prepared
with descriptive matter and
illustrations, can do full justice
to this amazing sale of high
class Suits, which will be held
here to-morrow. You must
SEE AND EXAMINE THE
Sl lTS THEMSELVES to fully
appreciate their style, quality
of fabric and good workman?
One of the twenty-five styles
is illustrated?and this model
was selected at random.
None will be sent C. O. D. or
on approval, no mail or tele?
phone orders filled.
Extra selling space and extra
salespeople for this sale.
SALE PRICE/ Made by
All are elegantly tailored and finely finished. There are models
for all occasions? tor motoring, general wear, also for after?
noon and dress wear.
The materials are the most wanted ones, and include
Seal Plush, Sealette, Wide Wale, Saltex Furs, Chin?
chilla and Imported Novelties.
All are perfect fitting and are riefily lined with guaranteed or
Persian silk in black or pastel shades. No mail or phone orders
will be filled. None sent C. O. D. or on approval.
$7.95 j $9.95
For $15.00 and $18.00 Coats \ For $20,00 and $25.00 Coats
Coats at $7.95?Several models to choose from: semi-fitted,
loose or belted backs. pat< h pockets. Materials: Covert. Broad?
cloth, mixtures, chinchilla?. In blue, tan, gray and mixtures.
Coats at $9.95?Numerous models' in broadcloth, cheviot,
chinchilla, mixtures and double faced materials. Some are plain,
others are fancy trimmed; some are lined throughout with satin.
In all sizes and up-to-date*colors.
Suits That Tell the
Tale of Value, are on
Every Suit Eormerly Sold for More Than Double the Sale
Values to $40.00
Spring models made in the latest and up-to date winter mate?
rials. There arc twenty styles, trimmed with braid, velvet, satin
and fancv self-colored buttons. Empire back and cutaway models;
coats lined with guaranteed satin and peau de cygne. Materials
are Beatrice broadcloth, cheviot, men's w ear serge, two-toned wide
wale diagonal. In black, blue and brown and all other up-to-date
colors. All sizes.
All bargain-hunters are invited to this sale. We assrue
you your money's worth or your money cheerfully refunded.
c VT Tralr.hatn. of Richmond.
? ? pastorate of Brninlt
? Strpheae Church**, In avlna;
?d W-c-n CoiBty.
STAND IK DMI
f i' >r.i In'i?' :'r-?Ti first rasr* >
pr?-,t ?th*t ffc,. y..?
; "a:'"T) mijrhi to he subsidised RM
,. .?... . ?.. ,frorstr In order to ?n-1
e th. Independents to
I don t r<-??rd It s? a s-jhaldr." th?
tftaafa to Ha*w ik, I- ? M? -
' W secretary of the White
? * \| Company, aald k? nn
th<- stnercr ftcwlna M/fhln?
rpany. * th itrnt plart? abroad.
*iu intTr?i?<i in aaha'dtary liae*
? "n'ntna a** ?o e>n. ?t<i1 the In
-'1 -?? aa'd. world like to
* the Ir.eld* hnslnees plants ol
. call'd the ???...-?;:<? 1 .rast "
? |.h \ ?hs.li of N<* V^-h. ?
o*-rat r-pro^-ntlr? the metal hall
In* Inlereats and h?-oi??tina
n?i any etisturhanre of the prae
'ariff on hall boarinfts. referred to
royensat of the Democratic aarty.
in rrvisin* the tariff on a revenue
baste, consider the difference 1n the
cost of pi*v1uetlon here and abroad.
Representative Ixinaworth. of Ohio.
Republican, aefced whether he found
eny mention of auch a covenant In the.
I >e-norratlc plstform or otherwise.
"I find It everyw-hrrr.'' said Mr
Aaeitia? h. who. howceer. replied fh.-jf
he would cite some utterances of tt",e
lenders Mr. I?ns;worth read into th?
rerord a speech of Representative
Herrleon, ef New Torh. a l?emo. ratii
member of the Ways end Meana Torn
miltee. which lf<l *tr. Harrison to aar
tbat he always believed that "th*
question of coat prlcee waa nvora Im?
portal.t than the cost of production."
Steel pep*, grit, ahot or iron eaad.
pla Iron. silverware, textile machinery,
cun* and Jewelry were among other
matter? in testimony.
When ftoina to Norfolk take one of
? the : i-i N H \\ through trains and flat
A. M. anH 5 P M. -AHverti?ement.
Roup is Common Now
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