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A Ruling Against The Norris
Which House Refuses lo Sustain By
Vote Of 181 To 164
Washington, March 19 Speaker
Cannon at 12:35 this afternoon ren
dered a lengthy decision upholding
point of order against the Norris res
olution. A motion to lay an appeal of
Mr. Norris from the speaker's deel
Ion on the table was deefated by
164 ayes to 181 nays. This Is a com
plete victory for the Democrats and
Washington, March 19. Closo
Crlcnds of Spcakor Cannon aclcnowl
3god that tho combination of lnsur
fonts and Democrats has a utranglo-
foold on tho situation
In tho houso
ot representatives, and
ome compromlso can bo effoctod or
tfctro Is a break In the Democratic
ranks tho epcnlcor is likely to go
down to defoat. This admission
was mado with notlccablo sadness by
tho men who have otood shouldor to
shoulder with Speakor Cannon for
knony years In dominating tho affairs
of tho houso. Mr. Cauuon' frlonds be
lieve further that ho may roslgn from
tho speakership If ho Is beaten In tho
Oocnker Cannon's supporters thorn
nolveB, aftor an all-night struggle on
tho floor ot tho houso, mado overtures
to tho Insurgents In tho hopo ot
reaching a common ground on which
both cun etand. Throo conferences
wero hold by representatives of tho
two Hcpubllcan factions In thn courso
of tho day, but whon tho houso voted
a recces until this morning, tho dead
lock was still on.
Tho Cannon forcos huvo consented
to an enlargement of the committee
on rules fiom llvo to ton membora,
elx to bo selected from tho majority
nd four from tho minority party.
Tfcoy have further consented to huvo
these 10 committeeman nominated by
party caucus and uloctud by tho
ttouso lnutoad of being uppolntod by
Where Factions Separata.
Tho Konls resolution, which has
brought tho troublo In tho houso to a
toad, provides for tho eloctlon ot 15
tnombura to thu iuIch cnmmlttoo by
tho house. Tho compromlso proposi
tion os submitted by tho Cannon
forces la acceptable to tho nonr-lnsur-tents
oxcupt In, ono additional foo
turo. Tho nenr-liiHiirgontu, to say
nothing of tho real radicals, will not
listen to nny pioposltlon which does
not Includo tho elimination of tho
spcakor from membership of tho rule.
committee, TIiIb Is tho point on
which tho two Hcpubllcan factions In
tho houiio arc Immmllntcly at Issue,
Speaker Cannon's friends huvo told
tho noar-liiHurgonts that thoy will not
Blund for any pionoHltlnu that liinnll
latcs tho dicakor thiougli such tin
elimination provision. Tho Insurgent
conferees havo found It Impossible
thus far to uccept any compromlso
that does not contain this foaturo,
nd members of tho Insurgent bnnd
wero omphntlc In deelailng that thuy
will not alter tholr attitude.
Frlcndo Advise Cannon.
Efforts nro being mado and prob.
bly will bo continued to got tho
speaker himself to Holvo this embar
rassing question. Several of Mr. Can
con's frluuls aro urging him to go
Into a 'party conference and volunteer
tho nsauranco that ho will not serve
on a now rules committee.
Another ground for compromlso
that Is being suggested by tho Can
non forces Is Unit tho speaker bo al
lowed to sorvo out his torm on tho
present rules committee until March
4 under n gontlemen'u agreement that
no will uot servo aftor that date, In
fho hopo that eomo such understand
ing can bo reached, a resolution was
drafted in tho conferences which,
whllo providing for tho enlargement
of tho rules committee end its selec
tion by tho houso, contains nothine
derogatory to tho speaker.
EXPLAIN THEIR VOTES
Ohio Republican Congressmen Tell
Why They Supported Cannon.
"Wasblncton, Mjrcli 1.2. -r- Tlin fol-
lowing explanations ot their votes In
tho Cannon-Insurgent light woru mado
1)y members ot tho Ohio congressional
Congressman llowlandi "I voted for
V SITUATION IN DtllCP. ?
VnsliltiKton, March 19. Here
la tho kernel of tho crisis In tlio
houso: When Cannon was last
ro-olcoted Iho only concession tlio
InsnrHonts secured vtas tlio es
tablishment of "Calendar Wed
nesday." Thin provided ono day
In tlio week when the rules dom
inlttoe could not absolutely dlc
tuto what bills should bo con
sidered. Cannon hns been "Inylnir for"
Calendar Wednesday over since.
Last Wednesday ho had a chanco
by rtillntj that an unimportant
resolution dealing with tho cen
sus was privileged over tho rules
becauso tho census was author
ized In tlio constitution. Tho In
mirijonti had vision of every
calendar Wednesday In tho fu
ture Iielnir filled up with "con
stitutional bills" and resolutions.
Bo they revolted and refused to
tnko up tho census matter, hut
they did not appeal from Can
non's ruling that constitutional
privilege overrides rules and
7 Bo tho resolution abolishing the
J rules comtnltteo and dethroning
Cannon was sprung, . Tho point
j wns made Hint this was prlvl-
j IcKcd ovir existing rules bernuso
2 it wns n' constitutional matter,
A the constitution providing that
4 tho houso shall mulco its own
Thus the speaker's nillriR of
V Wednesday wns turned sipiarely
nRalnst hhnself. Ho refuted to
J rule on tho point and tlio houso
? refused to ndjourn until ho did S
rule. Ilcnco the dondloclc. X
doluy on tho prollmlmiry motions
hoping that some nmlcnblo arrange
meut could bo roachod among Hopub
llcans and provent tho epllt In tho
Congressman Longworth: "I havo
nothing to say to Justify my voto. It
speaks for Itself."
Congressman Klefor: "I hold as I
did becauso that now committee on
rules ns created In tho houso will
havo nothing to do with Its nppolnt
mont, and thcreforo nothing to do
CongioBsmau Colo: "I lmvo voted
to delay action on this question bo
caiiBu I think thoro Is Romo possibil
ity of getting together."
Congressman Tnylor of Columbus
wna iwilrtd with Congressman Ansbor
ry nnu conseiiuoutly moroly nnsworcd
Congressman Cassldy: "I nm paired
villi Itupiuduntutlvo IlurgcBs of Tex
as, who wnB cnlled to Ixnilulumi."
Congroaamau Douglas: "My posi
tion !b easily Btated. 1 favor revision
ot tho ruloH and nh onlargcmont of
tho commltteo on rules, but I will not
stultify myBolt by voting that tho res
olution la u pilvllogcd resolution
whon I know and the member who In
troduced It knows It Is not."
THIS AND THAT
At Gary, Iud., four persons wero
killed when u Chicago & Jndlnnn
Southern railroad lialu Jumped tho
CrosBod olectilu vvlios nro blamed
for n $25,000 llro In tho building occu
pied by tho National Clothing com
pany at Flndlay, O.
Mrs. Hello Dukes and John Ciist
woio run down and killed by a Cleve
land & Pittsburg train whllo walking
on tho tracks nt Daut Liverpool, O.
Columbia!, O, Mai oh 10, Mark Sla
ttr'a iiecond tilal for grnfting whllo
ho was otato printer will bo begun lit
Judgo DIllon'H court nt 10 o'clock
Wedtniaday morning, TIiIb wmi agreed
on In couit by I'roBecutlng Attomoy
Karl T. Wubbor and C, J. Mattcru, at
tornoy for 81ator.
Hochoator, N. Y., Mnrch 19. Presi
dent Tuft announced horo that tho
threatened tariff dUltcuUloa with
Franco havo been averted. Franco
has agreed to glvo tho United 8tato3
hor lowest duties on about 95 per
cont of tho American goods Imported,
Tho president will olgn tho ngreomont
at Albany today, It was announced.
DON'T GET RUN DOWN
Wcnk and mlsornhlo. If you have Kid
ney or liladder troublo. Dull hoad pains.
J)lZ7lUCPH. NcivoUHiiess, Pains In the
hack, and feoi tired nil over, cot n pack
ana of Mothor Qray's AUBTltAUAN
LIJAF, tho pleasant herb euro It never
falls. Wo havo inuny tostlinnnlnls from
mitoful people who havo used this won
derful rcmody, As a regulator It hns
no oiiual Ask for Mother dray's A1JS-THAMAN-I.UAF
nt DrueitlstN or sent by
mall for 60ct. Satnplo ntDD, Addross.
Tlio Mothor dray Co., ho Roy, N. Y.
Go Straight Aftei
WANT RULES CHANGED
Speaker Falls Into Trap Set
By Representative Norris,
HOLD AN ALL-NIGHT SESSION
Insurgents and Democrats Re
fuse to Adjourn Until Vote Is
Taken on Resolution Providing
Rules Committee of 15 Mem
bers From Which Speaker Is
to Be Excluded.
OHIOANS STAND BY GANNON
Both Sides Wire Frantic Appeals
For Absentees to Report and
Members Flock In From New
York and Philadelphia.
Washington, March 18. In a ses
sion which lasted all night, the Re
publican organization of tho houso of
representatives hattled desporatoly
for Its oxlstcnco, and tho end Is noi
yet. Neither tho combination of in
eurgenta and Democrats, who precip
itated tho contest, nor tho Cannon
forces Is In control, and a st.ito of
It was a day of dramatic situations
In tho house Caught off his guard by
Representative Norris of Nebraska,
ono of the Insurgent leaders, Speaker
Cannon entertained a motion that re
sulted in precipitating a rough and
tumble light over tho rulca, a eltua
tlon which tho leaders havo been try
ing lo Btavo off nil session and ono
for which tho Insurgents had been
Day Kull of Excitement.
Seldom In tho history of tho houso
has thcio been witnessed such excit
ing Incidents as marked tho day's pro
ceedings. Tho Insurgents and Demo
crats, Hushed with the victories at
tained Tuesday nnd Wednesday, wont
Into tho fray with conlldonce, nnd af
tor rebuking tho spanker thoy re
turned to tho attack by unexpectedly
throwing Into tho houso n resolution
pioposlug tho creation of a new com
mittee on rules and Pinking tho
speakor luollglblo for appointment to
Uio now commltteo.
Tho Innocent causo of all tho ex
clicmout of tho day was tho census
iPtolutlon that kicked up so much ox
ciiHiic'it tho day provloua. T'i-j bouso
rn""od this resolution In duo t ason,
nftcr a lttlo flurry, during w'.i ch tho
touso lebuked tho speakor by refus
ing to entertain n motion thai lie put.
A Mitllclent number of Incurgcnts
Joined with tho Domocrnta to bring
about thla result.
In puaal ig this census resolution,
tiowovor, Uiu houso Indorsed tho prop
osition that thla moaauro wna under
consideration na a mattor of constitu
tional piivilego. This principle,1 onco
n cognized, tho Insurgonts took ndvnn
tarn of tho oponlng. Representative
Norris led tho attack. Rising in his
piece, ho nddi eased tho apeakor. Ho
wna at onco recognlred. "I desiro tc
present h lehoiutlon -which Is cutltlce
to recognition under tho constitution
al privilege," said Mr. Nonla.
Speaker Cannon, unnuspoctlng tho
Imp Into which ho wiib about to bo
led caused tho resolution to bo read.
It piovldcd for a now commltteo on
rules to bo elected by tho houso nnd
to go Into ofCoet at onco. Tho fight
hi. pan nt onco, and It will go down
Into tho history of tho houso na ono
of tho moat stubborn partisan strug
gles over vvltnosDcd in that body.
How They Lined Up.
Arrayod on ouo sldo woro 30 or
moro Ropubllcnns and tho Democratic
ni'norlty, and on tho other tho respon
sible Ropubllcnn lcndorshlp. Tvvlco
tho lendora trlod to ndjourn tho houso
and onco to take a recess until this
morning, but thoy wero voted down.
Uvery offort was mado by tho loaders
to bring In absentees. Telegrams
woro dispatched to Now York, Phila
delphia and other cities to bring In 17
members whom thoy hopo will help
out their causo. At midnight four of
thcflo mcuibora, Cook and McCreary
of Pennsylvania, Alcott of Now York
mid Swayzo of Mnlno reached tho
houso. Tho first two hnd rushed to
Washington from Philadelphia and
Alcott add Swayzo hurried from Now
York. Others of tho regular support
era are expected by this morning. Tho
nppearnneo of tho four Cannon men
revived hopo that an all-night ses
sion might bo, avoided.
Tho Norris rcaoluUon croaUnc a
Who Jolted the Cannon Forces
new commltteo on rules was pat
terned after one Intioduced In tho
house In tho Flfty-accond congress.
The Insurgents and Democrats con
tended at midnight that thoy had o
majority of five for tho resolution
Tho houso leaders say that with the
17 absentees they will bo nblo to de
feat tho resolution and that thoy will
not put tho resolution to voto until
thoy aro certain of their ground.
Tho resolution presented by Mr
Norris is as follows :
"Resolved, that tho rules of the
houso be amended ns follows:
"Tho commltteo on rules slnll con
sist of 15 members, nine of whom
ehnll bo members of tho majority par
ty and six ot whom shall bo members
of tho minority party, to Uo selected
"Tho atates ot the Union shall havo
been divided by a committee of three,
elected by tho houso for that purposo.
Into nine gioups, each group contain
Ing as near as may bo an equal num
bor of members belonging to tho ma
jority party. Tho states of tho Union
shall Ilkewlso bo divided Into six
groups, each gioup containing as noar
aa may ho an equal numbor of mem
bers belonging to tho minority paity.
''Al 10:30 o'clock a. in. on tho day
following tlio adoption of tho report
of 8ald 'commltteo each of such com
mittees shall meet nnd select ono of
lta number n commltteo on ruloa. Tho
plnco of meeting for each of said
gioups shall bo designated by tho
said committee of' throo. Each of Bald
gioups shall roporl to tho houso
tho namo of t'to member selected for
mombeishlp on thoT" commltteo of
"Tho comraltteo on rules shall se
lect Its own chnlrman. Tho speaker
shall uot bo cllglblo to mcmborshlp
on snld committee. All rules or parts
thereof Inconsistent with tho fore
going nro hereby repented."
Ames Flops to Insurgents.
At 2:30 o'clock Reproscntatlvo Taw
noy again moved that tho houso tako
a recess until 11:30 this morning.
This tlmo ho based. his nppenl oii ono
of Justice to tlio houso employes. Tho
lnstti gents again Insisted on a- yoa
and nay voto, and tho Cannon llouton
nts hustled atound to wnko up somo
at their suppoiters. On tho rollcnll
this time llutlcr Ames of Massachu
setts, a near-Insurgent, who had been
voting with tlio organization nil day,
wont over to tho sldo of tho allies,
thorchy causing consternation among
At 3:30 a call of tho houso estab
lished tho lack ot a quorum, nnd tho
speaker, nctlng upon tho Insistonco
of tho Insurgents, ordorod tho sor-goant-nt
anna to nrrest tho absentees
and bring them Into tho house. Thla
m?ans that tho houso can 'not adjourn
mill this nftnruon"
WAGE DISPUTE IS
STILL UP IN AIR
Cincinnati, O. March 19. Tho Joint
coitforcnco of the onorntor3 anil union
minors of Ohio, Indiana and western
Pennsylvania recolvcd a report of tho
Joint scalo committee, stating that
thoy nro unablo to roach an ngreo
mont on any proposition of tho minora,
President Lewis ot tho United Mlno
'Workers, nftor rending this stato
mont, mado a speech. Ho said: "Tho
wholo nrcumont ot tho oporators Is
that thoy can't grant tho Increase ho
causo of nonunion competition from
West Virginia. Minors contend that
It Is not tho competition from West
Virginia that has lovvored tho.prlcos
lu this district, but tho cut-throat
competition of tho oporators among
themselves, Tho country now In
the beginning of tho most prosperous
Industrial porlod In Its history. Tho
operators will sharo In It nnd tho
minors should sharo with an tncrcaso
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who la to superintend Ihe establishment of tho
Rockefeller foundation, intended to relievo the world's troubles, la tho only
son of the famous millionaire. He has severed his connection with tho
Standard Oil company In order to help In tho furtherance of his father's
project. The younger Rockefeller Is thirty-six jears old and Is married to a
daughter of Keuutor Aldrlch of Rhodtf Island. There is a John D. llocko
Mr. G. C. Mulock went to Columbua
this afternoon on business.
Mr. Earl James Is confined to his
homo Just east of Sparta by a severe
attack of Illness.
Dr. J. F. Shrontz of Mnrtlnsburg
spent Saturday in Columbus, attend
ing to somo matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Poarl of Spar
ta spent Saturday In Contcrburg, tho
guests of friends and relatives.
Mrs. W. M. Wolfo of Mt. Vernon
is spending several days In Chostcr
ville, tho guest of hor brother, Itov.
J. II. Smith.
Mis. Lowls Nixon of Point Rock,
Indiana, is spondlng a week with her
sister, Mrs. C. L. Crow of North San
Mr. Jasper Fowler left Saturday
noon for his homo In Wheeling, West
Vlijjlnla, after a several days' visit
with relatives In Mt. Voinon.
All the popular music 10c at Penn's.
Mrs. W. II. Jonos of North Mul
berry Btreot went to Newark Satur
day noon to visit with fricndB and
Mrs. Katherlno KIrkwood of Cas
oy, Illinois., Is spending several days
In Mt. Vernon, tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. llonnoll.
Mrs. Margaret Ilcadlngton ot East
Chestnut street attended tho funeral
of Mrs. A. D. Rlnchnrt at Mt. Liberty
The Designer for April, also De
signer patterns, for sale at Penn's. "
Mr. and Mrs. George Israel of Cleve
land anlvcd In tho city this aftornoon
to visit over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
ALCOHOL 3 PEK OKNT.
linjjtlic Sioniachs andDowclsof
Proraolcs DieslIonhec tM
ncss and Rcst.Coatains udito
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Apccfecl Remedy foTCotdlp-
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
At a regular meeting of tho Mt. Ver
non tent, No. 170, Knights of tho Mac
cabcecs, hold Friday ovenlng there
wero 80 members In nttendanco and av
class was initiated. Twenty applica
tions for membership wero received.
Master Roger Egglcston of North
Gay street Is suffering with a, bad case
of blood poisoning In his left hand,
caused by a seateh made by a piece
of splintered wood soveral days ago.
Piano moving, repairing, reflnlshlng,
carefully nnd neatly done at Penn's
at reasonable prices. Telephones 254
F Clt,, 183 Bell, or leave order at
G. W. Drandt, district deputy of the
Mnccaheoa, waa In Homer last "evening
and addressed a mooting with .a view
of organizing a tent ot tho Maccabees
in that village.
Sec those Easter booklets nt Penn's
Special sale on sheet music from 7:00
Mr. "Hub" Hendel of this city has
signed a contrnct with tho Middle
town, Ohio, basball club for the sea
son of 1010. Last year, "Hub" hold
a batting average of 375 with tho Mt.
Vernon team and a Holding avorago of
7C0. Ho Is a natural ball player and
will no doubt make good.
Word has been received horo that
M. J. Evvalt of Halo Center, Texas,
but formerly of Knox county, Ohio,
has beon elected president of tho First
State Rank of Halo Center. Also that
Mr. Evvalt has been electod to tho
Hoard of Directors of tho Lone Star
Insuranco Co. Tho head ofllco of this
company Is in Dallas, Texas, and is
t"vo largest firm of Its kind operating
In the state. Mr. Evvalt was a formor
Knox county boy, but has been a resi
dent of .Texas for tho last thirty years.
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for tho good health
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Lousiokont, 4H S. Uvingston Street,
Tho Change of Life is tho most criti
cat period of a woman's oxistenco, and
neglect of health at this timo invites
disease and pain.
Women ovcrywhoro should remem
ber that thoro is no other remedy
laiovvn to medicino that will so suc
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Vogotablo Compound, mado from na
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For 30 years it has been curing wo
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If you would liko special ndvico
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tial letter to Mrs. Piiilcliam, at
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and always hclnfuL
What Prof. Shaw, tho Well-Knmvn Acri-
culturist, says About it: -
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rnbm cxttlo in Western I
nn iu tlut torn bolt ot fl
10 nnltwl fatntee. I'cfi I
i nlinnni Ati.1 filltniitft U
I vrould Boonpr rnbm (
1s chonpLr find cllmuto
hotter lor tho purposo.
Your market will tin.
proie- Mir thun jour
for mo re will product) tho
supplies. Wheat can be
crown un to tlio GOth imr
itllol (Siu railed north cC
tho Iutrrnutlounl Ikuih!
Arri. Vnur ncAut laud
will tx tuttoa at n rnto
hcyoud present ennrrp
tlon. Ao hmo otimich
Boonlo In tho Un Itod
tntim nlmio who xrnnt
homos to toko up thta Jand." Uesrlj
111 i'ii tcrniHlmaUotliPlrliomoH
lu Wo&tcrn CmmtWithW tir.
lOOi) pnxlmctl hiioMht I irgn
ori f whont on In mid imrlcy.
Sn luMltlon to which tlio nttlo
exports una riti Immrnho ili-in.
untie nilftlne, dnlrjlnc, mixed
farming nnd piMn rrnwiim lu tho
provinces of MnnJtobutbU9linl
cltoTtnti aiiit AItirtn.
l'roo liomt sXoatl and nre-emp-llon
nrcna. iiavcll its Uind hold
by railway and land comrmnlea, will
prm Ido liomcH for mlUlott..
Aduptnblo soil, luMmhful cll
innte. splendid fi liooht nnd
churches, und croodrnllnayn.
lor tot tiers rnton, dofloriptlvo
1 lie rut nro "Last Hest Win, hew
to i onca tho country nnd cither pnr
tlcularfl, vrlto to t3upt ol Inimi-
& rot If n, Ottawa, Canada, or to tho
unudlnn Government Afent.
H. M. WILLIAMS,
(lino nddrcwi iit'iirc-at youlf2)
J ., x V tv"l""V'3if7yjr
t .Hii.riTi ' 'a. i,.tf
Intorest compounded quartorly
13 what you receive on all mon
ey deposited In our Savings De
partment. Tho now quartor
commences April 1. Better
start a Savings Account. You
can do It with $1.00 up.
j The Guaranty
if Savings! Bank
and Trust Co.
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
There Is more weight of wire to
the rod in
than In any other fence on tho
market, prlco considered. Tho
manufacturers tell us that they
aro taking moro enro than over
to seo that tho wlro Is properly
galvanized. A wlro fenco Is not
a wind brake that will throw tho
posts out of tho ground, nor Is a
refuse catcher to harbor vermin,
but It is a durable hog and cattlo
proof fenco that wlll stand up and
last a good many years. Wo car
ry a largo stock.
Is strong enough to keep out
stock and lino enough to koop In
poultry. Wo think It would bo
wlso to come In nnd seo us bo
foro placing your ordors.
B0GARDUS & 00.
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