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THE WEATHER THE WOMAN
" THE DAILY MISSOULIAN VOL. XXXVI. NO. 312. MlsOULA., M N'IANA, SITNI)AY MuItNINi, MA1lt I 1:, 1910. P1RfE FIVE CENT SARK AD ITION IS LIBERAL OFFER T. L. GREENOUGH MAKES PROP 'OSITION TO CITY FOR * LARGER GROUNDS. WOULD ENLARGE RESORT Letter to Mayor Logan Tells of Plan and Explains Details Concerning Pa. villon-Only Stipulation Is That Mu nicipality Build Concrete Bridge at Vine Street. Tomorrow o(\ ll lig Mayor AIItlrew Logan will present to Ithe city t'iilll u prlottlittini oif unullltl l ilnterest, if Ipropo.il I.I that c('mes fromtli 'I'ho)ntas L. Greentough and concerns olne of the mostllt popular insltitutions of MHssoula, Oreenough park. yesterday the mayor received froll Mr. I(reienllkugh i1 lItter that offered to tilhe city a deed tol, eIght I land one-quarter al'res, a tract that ad joins the prkesent park and rounds It out. There I1 only oIne conditionl lII posed by Mr. I('reenough; he requellets that the city. build a concrete bridge ac-ross the Rattlesnake at Vine street, an Improvement that hua long Ibeen desired by the resldents of the east side. Acconlpanyllng the letter to, Mayor Logan Is Mr. (lreenoughl's pro puostion to M isfiulu: "If the city of Missoula will build a reinforced concrete akrckh acrokw the Itattlemsake creek at Vine street and ta wall of boulders laid in cemeint mor tar onl a good broad concrete follundta tiont as far ,up the creek oil the east aide as the Wolcott bridge and fill Vine street to at grade two and one half feet above the low piint between the east end of tihe bridge, and the hill on Vine street, extending one and one-half bloks euast of the bridge, and do such work this year, I will dleed to the city for park purposes eighlt alnd one-fourth acresi of land adjoinlling the tupper end of the park, alah all of the land lying boetween MonroeP trFt and the Itattlesnake creek from the, park gate at Monroe streot. okln Iithe east side o(f thle creek tok Vine strkeet,1 the tldeeds to bei put In kscrow to ibe turnel over to thie kity on thle iol1-.l tilidtlon of their parl Iof thle kagrk emenrl lt. I will renmovie all thk )klldings fromn the ItItest-cnllIIed tract of land, except the Welk)itt pIv'ilnl., whi(h canni(lilkOI hie removed until the plresent lease ex pires. At thie end of the lease I will sNll the pavilion to the city if they de sire it, ori I will remllove it so that there will he noi buildings left oil this tract ktf land Iafter the expiration o.f the lea.t.t, but the other buildlings on such sla!id aln he removed at ll lny time, which I shall be glad to i1do o tile con sumllllltiioln of mip proposition. If your honorahle bidy and the citizens of Missoula look favorably upolln this pro position, 1 woul'd Ilke tthe privilege of advising with ylu its tko ,ow high the bridge should he Iillt aind th lien 11gth of the arh., which will nolt he (lver 7; feet, a IIId also have tilhe supervis'laltl ofI the building of tlih wall. or at least to say how the wall shoul ie huilt andl onll wi It lines. aus I aum more familllar with the creek tU1 n tlkyolkne Pe!s;. PiakIs for the aItrll shouill bie re'tady soi that the work he stkllktvl illnlllc(hitlely Iafter high water. Accottmpanying this Is Ii bluh prill, shoiwlng the antreaKge re ferretl ti :ldti if It Is ldesired, ,Mr. Walters will slihow to you. or ai cIlom IIlitreO frlllm yolur body, lhie lltnks co'v ering the tsitlts Inentinteld. I hog to further state' that as I hayve acqulliredl title to 15 acres ini Whllt Is klnowl\ln es the !obblln llpa Itrk oill the Iattlesnake, which liesn lnorthl of the acrkage rie ferred to In attached phltlt alrd is sell krlated from such grIoUlld by a lnt~r riw strip ownerd by other peFrsons, anlt If this pr:tpslthlon now made is ac ciplted alndl you later desire to increase the swle of tihe park, and through such cequire ltlhe to the strip of land re ferredl to, I will deed to tlhe city for (Continued on Page Three.) HEAVY SNOWFALLS INSURE MUCH WATER Helena, March I'---(Hpeýtal.)- The snow bulletin Issued today by iR. I'. Young, Montana section di rector, shows there has been a great change since the last report in the outlook for water for mining and Irrigation purposes in western Montana thls year. The heavy snows late inl February have changed conditions, and on the point Mr. Young says: "The most marked increase In the depths of snow was reported in the upper Columbia drainage bauln. There was an abnormally heavy fall in the Bitter Root, Coeur d'Alene, Cabinet and Kootenal ranges, In localities where the pre vious. fall during the winter had been unusually light." MR . J VA //UG Nf Widow whose joyful playing of the wedding march lead to suspicions that her husband was murdered, and v.who is accused of implication in the crime. BOTH SIDES ADMIT STRIKE IS LIKELY Whether or Not Firemen and Enginemen Will Walk Out on Western Lines to Be Settled in Forty-Eight Hours. madle <11n both sidesHn tiigilht Ihat the colltroversy llbetween 30,0l00 filrenmj;e operating 4oi 150,000 tnilen s rnaIl',il west, northwest and southllwest of t.'hl c'ago and the railroad mllnagers, had I bictome critical and that thie questionl of a strike, tieltg up practically all 1 the systems between here and the I'a- 1 cifie coast, would ble settled within 48 hours. Presidhlent W. . urtler if the lIroth- I erhood of Locomotliv'e I'irtie'len andil Englnemlen. ion behalf of the fireenllinl, today sent to the general nminagers' comnmittee of thlh railronds, it li,luest for a I:ea.r statt lenii o f i the i iiIn pl<er l' Io +iitioo. T he Iro, ith rhroi d asnked fir il riorlation l l iin thre llioints, 'iz: Increasied wage scale., which ithe rillrtloads saIy toult alllliost amoutlll nt to an in rii' li'us of 22' 1-2 ii ,i' lilt, ill which the firemen s" would +only qilull 12 1-2 pri' lcent. Thei right of thie .ui o tolI ril,rlqliInt the iremenl aftl r theyil illl llll e ll'l mIlote d illther Ito be nil ineI n lor to any other capacity. The right of the union to have aso thority in qn i i tlaiins of seniority or the promotion cif oll-thiie empllhyt. In previous negotiations the brot, ,r hood suad It was willing to ,b imiit thJ wlage'questi o to arbll itrili ntlslle:ar t vi, polnts were settled without tihe ;l of1 a third party. Answer Sent. It ,%as+ W an nto'ed by Ithe, g1l;l 'ile llain a g .rt' (i, It lm ttn i to nig h t l lII t ti Ii atnewer was lrdredll ilslet ito P'rieslt'loi Carter denying this reqiiiest aitil livt NEWS OF AN ATTACK BY CHINESE RECEIVED V itorll'ia It. I , li ' i'h 1 '2 I ' rti l lrts of ll ill attack uI loll for'ignllliers by Chinese, sidirs ill tSu 'lliChow wel' b ro u g h t b y th e .tI ,,i ih iip M .1 in i ;to i ' lThe soldiers, wh(N'(4 pay Iasli liverii ', halld tndouvored to letlll' frs111 lrllmis+ stn 1to ii Clitl'se thatelirl, and leinlg rifused, becliell' riotu. A party of four Britishi hoh ldiers frot Sill hanillghail wore uttacked llland \wvdYled atlnd a number' of Japanee( wore woulllded and their liholps wrecklcled. 'LThe' Chlinlseli soldiers w(ler attacking the populli', slwinging lialllnboon anld trampling liver people willhn they saw the foreigners and Inobbed thern, striking them withi b)tambool, two foreigners ibeing lilcked upl iselll bl e, , DECLARED UNLAWFUL. Chiciago. March 3.-- .ylpllihttll' strikes are unlawful, acctrliltg to a decision handed down 'by the UInlted states circuit court of appileals today In which it sustained a recent judg Inent of Judge Dayton, of West Vir iglii4. Thile case wasi Ihat iif the Hitchullan Coal & ('oke complllainy ver su5 the lnlited Mine Workelrs if America. DYNAMITE BANK SAFE. Virginall, Neb., March 15.---ttobbers dynamited the safe of the State Bank of Virginia here early today and escaped with $7,000 after exchanging shots with a number of citizens. FAIRBANKS SAILS. hiverpool, Ma.rch 1.--Fornlmer Vice Prelsident Charlb W. Fairbanks and Mrs. Fairbanks sailed for New York today on the steamer Maurot'nila. lug it lit- lii iliiiiii itieliti=' liii ''trike v0t," ti, tak' lhat futurl ciLurle.' Ilhiyt think ),It. The answer, It wae sMaid., a'hba bly will rieah Mr. 'airter tonir-d row. It in .ild thi' relent. vote hnow ing Inore thlnll i0 per i'entl if the mlen It in agalnst acei('Iting the frfer 01 thei railr uIn w lauth Iinabl the na I tloniiil offleers ti caill a strlIke at iany time.I Negotiatitnl have beln in fur . ix w'ekc. Ahtut 47 western ruliruads or'l involved. If a etrlke were called, It Ia old 250,0(1 othe'r e4m1pl1yis would he fircild to Ilatt. wlork. At today'n meoetling 10 giliral mlan neire were preeent. At tile illoie a the ci'lllllli a meondher Iir til' io. - ililltee caid:i "Attihough w- confidhnlaly hopqm tn roI.ilh Iial Iirglwit nt in ; riitl'trlti'n, the cituetitln Ic Iie ei' rlitdi). In tlte'fa'e if tli, i - i'Ialhld Hihlki' v-iii, uii hay' t'ild thl e i r ll ...lte wXill Ot gral nt tilt twi iiinte they aik fir Ibflire iub-i uiilthig Ihi walge disiite ti atrliltra '"A itrik ' tt hils thme i.ertaiiily wulihl oit h- wise. WV- di in wi.hl. t' 'lann'c I iih i b iilneihi Intirlsita il1 tIhp' 1ou, ntry mul wid \'e sh·ll (.x-rt (ery hin |'llthence to) Im~lu(' th(. brotherhoo(d to) 'iit il a frienilly .lilrltl \Wi irnlt thii wh,)l- ll tterl' w( ill hi ..(.ttl',, I Mon) -i Needs Not Fear. fr. I,. Idh'kenslon, a~ss.%tanit to. the irnliihhlt of the' (Chieaggo lurlihgIoll & tlnIli°y 'allroitat. gl'ave iuit a formal) tliciiltlll It l Iu folltwe: "Wv i he!it ve thle pubiic, IItep ll tline re four' of .lUuisnl'laii oif buhineec Illn itllil iof t great lalilrlad striklt. Wi'e hav' offirid it arbitrate under tile gui)viili mclit law plaiiid oil the ,liliatte liika at the inclin'e i of tilgai.ze'd libor, tile watge uii tioi. i''hrei otill r Iall. org'niltienl s huVi re.''i ltIv hilh wepted arbitratio nild t' t hn ' i r li - f.rLtii t oih di, tih Jg i tll lorg l l (ialhl hasi jullt Nueevedod ill adjIusthng its ,lilffl'rlnc's with the, tr';inmel(n hy mIIP. intiotnPl. "lherle is no( rr e- 01 td b el i.)1(vI thalt anollther hntlelligerrt hadv of Imeln 11\lhnnI we ha~Ve} endeavo.lredto , dola fr;tles, w ith 1. ml.Jll tl m.,' h;-stfl ,* PROPOSED STRIKERS' PARADE IS PREVENTED BY SHERIFF r. '"-: " ' -! 8"ATE TROOPERS AT BETHLEHEM. South Bethlihem, Pa., March 12.-Incensed 'at the sheriff's refusal to grant the strikers at the Bethlehem Steel works permission to hold a women's and children's parade today, a number of men, alleged to be strikers, endeav* ored to intimidate men at one of the gates. The state police restored order, INDICATIONS POINT TO DEATH FROM POISON I' rksll h* ,\s tt ll ' l I' t . I I ' I l .I report froitl lDr' r., t, M L t r f t11h, Slitt,' uliv\'i'tlty ttI t ,i : thI it th. PIrofemp ,|e r J. T. 1';I t l' " r.1 tI hI l e h"'ll in gi , h! ,tlnlE t cuit' I h v' it' d l Ied 1 It .l tilu II W selted the, tiii lit Ie lt i, l illn Ii] a i 'elr irted] tli , ".1:is P ,'i,' h-ui lllhy anl l l nor n I 1l r I tillh t l inutn, e. ' .,.i- 11e,, 11 f r 1,the defeln.ie.,d,n , U, k I ll-stat - Suspected of the Murder of J. T. Vi .110 Vaugim. BOTH MEN RESIGN FROM CLUB I LILLIS AND CU MHY TENDER RESIGNATIONS TO EXCLUSIVE ORGANIZATION. his, the banker, i anid ,1. °ti. llth'n y, have ''' resigned from tih, xclusi vi Country' chiltb in K lt s rt.t iti i t riult to tihe affair at the ('t1islly h ime hetr l.st I ulitday whenl.i Mr. 'itlathy anil hlis , chauffeur tied Ili, hIiiak',r with t Iro .e and muti ated aril iilll iip t um e l himl. - lr. ill1:,. It is tltil. tw ill goi t ab't'i it. I (Jui re' i ri i it tis ti t at liwa ( t(ril "i I lt' iI 1 ti kuitl m, tgilt ItllitI. - v hluntanry, iiais ho,,.I a., ept*d, tLillis, It d tevelopeiI th iy, I',iignt) l 'ly af tier h i a.e .IuIIi iiltii It ;iiltiar before thei direatohrii ltid .hilow llm l why hlit', a tho t not ho i et il. l. re 1itt11 w r 'tsign' tion has wit 1i1","1 nei..l ptmh i lld the ti club o t.t'llals d ,line to hitiit, thati fur ther ytion will Ihe tlaien i iaiht hip. e lThe two Im'i alr' ilut rnemnhrs of I tht0 Emlliaa. (1ty club, the Ev:anstun club and other Io l orgnizatli ons.l e Thes,-e hiivo not ollfitiily rei ognizeid. ,I the a ffa ir, ,.n I'll, i lno w n . SiM r, Itllin in aleltd- to b ,ivr, hlt city for i1 hlong I' . m: l 4 frl, nd V.;, l. u~ i t ed today n, st yini h,, lroibably woal'l pass l : y'-ur in Iuro ,. i watI s dolnji d i that he intlh vil d to re.1 ig' ".sh- Ir-si . d ency of the W'l'.sthr'ni ]Exc'lhaig' h!ut.l ,e; M r. !,Mils, %%lilt \h ;iS lust night reli - ni mioved froml hit, he.- plital t Ill s hio. i ei i ry. l i s f lllilu 'aPT illlipr lll (.m d. PA/U IN.A XI4Pf. MAR "Y KIRK . Two principal witnessos in the Vaughn case. CITY MUST SETTLE i THE STRIKE ALONE Indications Are That Philadelphia Will Have to Work Out Its Own Salvation in the Labor Troubles It Has. pIlol hoiped ;l st'ike' sttlll'nt might. he rnat'.iid wi re tidn y 1prl)'.( tIt ly 'I.l Ili jt itt' td. Ytistt"rday it V as hrpl' d that Olther 'r.s.iden itt . tt ll ti e l hlinkIrni's oi hlhuhltlphlIt . tilt' N;liionntl ('ivi.' I'd 'nrat.i or ther I.ea ounct!munle bod Btr t)l iers t e aI nt. . I tal t tll - ',I tIai t l - l' t woouldh Ifind a way I 11IIIted itl nd t stop hle st.lrif.. di. t ' w alrd il nllll fomail ,'ashingl on, uniltfiti llly butl on setetl ingly gnid wtith ,rllyi, thlat lthe pr si-' dentl, lthrough the ,yp artniillnt of tnm- n'erct and Inlll r, c.'uld ot see hris wly illar to inti'rven'. 'Thl l reason glveni was iii llt ri'llruble i I. purely' l i It. l'.ll I'tllli t IIt' ll t'' Ii l li i ki li n ieirs thlu d that tit ' finnll ial't int, r-sts would.ll probablyl k h) lll llIllnds oiff Itt ftight. t 'rr k l 11t . i e.ve, lt resi (11nt uu t' ti le,'t ll t lpt' I I lllta t . ringI onI t fIll lltllsti of cx'hlusiv " ' rI'lonigl Slin ofI Its I lrganl iatolln. MI'. IR.to vs; said Inlay: I n';,l not s,"i4- how oulr financiail iln stitutiIn iIn bri' g tl h ill r )Iow4lrs It h hPIlr in ll ny wlly that will h.11 11 to solvei' thni t pr iblll l''." ,W h',l hir tlir Natltnrail ('ivi' fP-il-ri flrn will iake ulp til, strike sttnli1(ntl Ind th" tou.nl th.lnllrI I ';In bh- furl ed to other tha, r.r t ' wa ,: ,t It floay I,€ heth aIs w, lhIul if I ht' I l' d ,1,t1hIti , tskilln thit thit bodl y ofl'lr l.n , ljittioln. Jr. Low rtiepli,,l thit f''deration wolhl do so If ht ( uflhl Im l. lsur4-d the orfflr wouhl , artl1p.talh, to boIth sides. "l'he.r4- was nli..- haglt lioday in the ge'nral strike' situtll onIo . m: 1plloy1rs pr"dl't that Monday will s,", tlht hb ginning of ai gtnt'ral brl',:leak u ilg iltm SI symnlpllh4ti , siriktr:;, luldl iiIdoz .en of' h. I'al m iltll s hbiHl hnl,',Ings lohlly mndl tonight to lay their plhmr I'' haul lhn, ['nill bulkttr.s 'mlltoyed hy m big ,I' part.l'll l tIr4- have 11, 'iii. o l sfrlik I ,t ll ' lrio lsl.vy cr'ipplld' l .t l sluiply ,It br'''ad s, td at lilt th . ,l'ti. TI'htr was th, usual rllle lh r i. dl, tiurhaptl s in thl, K ,Ie singl on dlist 'l t " holtl this iflo'rnoonl. . ,11aiy lr 4l' \\.,wo : rtontd, bhll at iollly, o-)Ill, Ia,"' d;l tlt p holhl, have, lmul h Iroulll . It was nolhic d t al y 1 h,1114 . I I l- oi'. rrralined front usingt their clubs icn dls ptrsng troWs% . 'lTih c,4st serious cllstturbtces of Ihe' ~v i, lng ,eIclreed', c whenI it 4-yea.r-uold chtild wa1 kill-tl bIy :i cear run at high alispeed til gl't g %Sawuy from men andIl bIlys WIho wore, sthning it. ]'lt'e car waie stoppetjId nd iin angry crcowd gathered and niwi1elct a littemlpt to geIt at the itlti torirn:c, I . N. (hmble,, of White Plalllsi. N. Y. Th'elpl' lcemanliti otl board ilrew hi.s rievollver altd held the trowdl liactk whtlle lanlther IolhiCesan sent in it riot ctll. T'rIheret were cries of "lynch hliim," uiail it Is aitl a womnen produced al rlcpe'. 'l'he situation wase exceedingly rIcrtll wh.en squai d of mounted i oll Utliceleet ir-rivedi. rThe crowd bIgan to 1(sw thellr clubl. INeveeral personTs we're slightly woiiled. 'T'hree elll- O1 aend otne wornllIn Iw 'lr. arreteld. GAUTHIER ARRESTED. P'aris, March 121.--.Martlin tJcuthietr, untlil thre, l yiiris aigo co'nfidential clerk of M. I)iucz the embezzling Illli Iiiatllor if church properL ty, was ar recl.-icd ltoldy ctl Ncvoilrs. The ihouseI which Gcl uthicer had rcupllehd In this cit-y hadl I-ct1i sI:earched alind 20 sets of l4icti r eltll pIllr'is which wlere said l to I'e ,1l Dltli .s mo uils opelrandi seized. LIFE IMPRISONMENT. :il I- Francisc.', March 12.-Life ie lpris (lct iicit ta'cs IIc' se-rtener limposed today nl Ice, (clnig, coinvicted of the urc .r of Y'ce Yut, during the teong war ill the 'hiitnese quarter last au ticuni. The iirt scored the pIolice fcir lliowing a f lud war In the hecart of the" city. STATUE OF CALHOUN FORMALLY UNVEILED ;,.hl- i ltl, Marc'h 12. - In the hi.ll . cii" I cil - C cc1.11lsth tlarcolina andl lcl.-0;hine ttill mlcl aiiy Jcoiin d hilIcands over -. i -i It. c J, . c. Ci lhouni . 'liThe l ;.-il( a %; i thel icir lllling of thle ,leat) )l' ; lc!hicun, which 60 yeears af tc-r Ihii . period iof lls licg coetlltnilled stirugl;, li i' ,cate ri'lghtsi wis a.I t IupI tliel-y i Sll lilatua y hall. ih i' evei~ lling weis conductUi-lc wholly icy :iutti Iec;'i ilieenans andec tihe ct-eeoemc le.-i of ecieptanlcei took place iln the eintilt- ni d the holeuse-, following the iilelliung Fcxerclises. It wasi in the liw hmlce, thal t tllh represi.entatives of Ithe l-i c Iwst.len melt to bury tlhe haitchet, ý,,1 r o Lodge iIa l Ito.,rt..ntative Mc1'll ipeaking for Masaacisac-tts ll l c,,1t illtr cSmit ith nd iiI numbei r of Siiuth Ciarolinal relpresentatives for that Acille. Ac tddrlless was also madet in tice- ,c-Iate by Henator (2lchbne.crlain of )le,-eg.l. Thee I'althouni ftamily was rep re~lnte.d by L'eltrick clnd John I'. Cul Noitc, Ijgrandsonaes of the statlesan and svrtlii grati grleltlildren. REACHES NO VERDICT. Vancouveir, 1. tMarch 1't.i . u'nablet Ito ac. e);r clll v r- eli,- the ciri ner-'s firt. Ie lh, cease u!' tihe .tog.er Pass -viiairalnhe whilch klled 63 e lil was ditsmi i1 c l,-1ey, Tl'r! -eel of the Jury awere icl'llil to find that tie auceide1 t was unav-idablellc. The remaining tlhree wished tio Iring ill a verdict of neg Iligence against tihe tlailiatn Pacific railroad. WOMAN IS KILLED. ileatth, March 1.--Ace automobile carryilng a party -f eight to tihe Avla lien Imeeet at the Meadoiws craslhedl into ca post tlhia afternoon-c killing 'Mrs. Wal ter Van Dresser of Vancouver, t. C., and injuring the others, some danger' ously. MOST DRASTIC ALTERATION MADE IMPORTANT CHANGE IN ADMIN. ISTRATION RAILROAD BILL IS PROVIDED. HOUSE COMMITTEE ACTS Market Valuation by the Interstate Commerce Commission Is Made a Condition Precedent to the Merging or Consolidation or Reorganization of Roads Subject to the Measure. WV i.hiigtln., I t"'hi 12 "The dnmin Iltraitlln railro.d bill wI as aini nded in the It' 'u , i lll, ittt ' oIrn inlterstat,' uertla.l or market tvaluation of r: road prupertls pre'edent to the inir: ing, consolidtntion or re-organizatitn ,.' roads tlisubjeclt to the interstatte, curnt merc'e law. This changi. oni fu t it must drastl' yet made,. opens the door inly to valuation tof proprties wh,., mnerger Is contemplated. The c'utnllt ter' hIas not by thin actioin indore.dl the various sichemes.ni for physical valu ation of all railroad properties in ac cordance with Imany bills introdu'edl In both holuses of congress. The lrrendtment Illmposelis a handlca~ on such ton.slldatlons as the IHarri man merger of the t'lln lSd .naSith ern Paclifle lines. Tl'he bill, in sectl ,in 14 authorizes a new comblnatlon, in ('ases of re-organiiatliI., cin soilidation or merging of two or mire ralrads, to Issiue sitokls or nllndp imp Iu tl the. p:r value of the welded crporations. It was contended today that to permit mllanalelrs of mergers to Issue stucks or bonds up to par value of securitles of the two roads would work an In Justice and would result in taxing the I publcl to pay dividends on watered stictk. TheI ciimission amended immal;trlally the section prescrlbing conditions un Sder which a railroad corporation mayll; acquire the sltocks or bond, of anlother and nun-lompoltlng railroad by thei Is sue ,f its own stocks and bondst. epI) resentatlive Washburn of Massallichu setls, offered an 1mendn.wnt iprotviding that tIhe Inteirstate colmerc:e colll .lts shln shall supel)rvis Ithe Issue of stocks I and bonds and fix the price at which they shall Ie otffered for sale. This amendilment atld otlhers were nlot alcted ullp)i. The ommittee hopes t a report tlie hill to the' house nxt we, k. TAFT IS UMPIRE. Washilngton,. March 12. -I'or nearly two hours today the presihent played the part of unmpire in an acrtrionoul factional fight betwoeen Raltimorars over the re-nomlnnation ,of Willlam N. Stone to be collec.tor of the part of Baltimore. The opposltion to Col lector Stone alleged that he had vi olated the civil service rules In spirit and that he beilnged to a elub where poker was played for high stakes. The president lnstructed each side to sub inlt Its case In writing. WANTS INHERITANCE TAX. Washington, M1arch 1J2 ---llea u nillllonitilre retire fromt ative busil noes and coIme it the natitnal iapi tal to live or rather lie, and iare en abled to elscal e varioull f)rms of tx atioin in the Iistrict of ('olui bia, Repiresentatlve, Miller (relublican) of Mhinnesota today iatr,,,hu'ed a bill pr,, viding for an Inheri tanL-r tax in thle Distrl:'t of I',lumbia. TO TAKE THREE DAYS. Washingtoa, March 12.--Thre ,n tire days priobably \ Ill be givln by the suplretn c olut of tle ll'ntI. States to hearing argoumentt ill tits Stan(dard Oil dlss.,utio)n suit, bgin ning Monlday. i'otulrl.+ halt\e g!,odJ t,) ask for that Imucllh i1nt'. CENTENARIAN DIES. Moliiit , Kan., March 12. - \.irs .An.r loicourt, aged lou6 y,.ars, dlid it II. borne today For nearly i0 y -ar) e had been an active work--IT it th Mtetllodlt Episcopal chi '.. MILLIONS OF GERMS FOUND ON ONE GREENBACK Washiggton, M.11rclh 1.n" + 120,00),000 f thle Li t 71, variety were found on t $1 t hilt rulerppr ouplirally exalm ilrtl tit th, reqluest of Rlepresentativo Wiley of New Jersey, aiirdllg to his state Inetnt today befcre thie hlul)e- cioll nilttee on bantlking, ill support t of Iris hill to prorvi-te clean rarretcucy by burning till paper tmnlly)' rc tulrned to thite trealury. t All)long the IIuniny disealses founlld.I bh circulating about on tills Imoney were smiiallpox, scarlet lover, l. - phold fever', tuberculosis and dlph theria. No germs were found oni Smetal tm.oney.