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-2 " '1 H AL I SUINShowerso brn Myflowers, VToday-Local rains . J [MIS AM NAA SAPerso FVt worry S Tomorrow-F'air. s' VOL. XXXIX. NO. 346. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1913. PRICEFV ES POGE PIUS TAKES A SUDDEN CHANGE FOR THE WORSE FIGHT ON gQOL 'TWCODME[S U P TODAY OPPONENTS OF THE FREE ARTI CLE WILL MAKE THEIR STAND IN THE CAUCUS. OPPOSfllIONORtNIZED If Defeated in Skirmish, the Anti Free Wool Advocates May Ask to Be Released From Caucus Pledges Underwood Back on the Job-In Lurance Companies File Protests. Washington, April 15.-The most strenuous fight by the opposition democrats on the provisions of the tariff bill now under consideration be fore the house democratic caucus is expected tomorrow w en the wool schedule probably will be reached. The anti-free wool representatives have or ganized for the contest, with Repre sentative Ashbrook of Ohio as chair man, and although the odds against them admittedly are great, they purpose to make a determined struggle to bind the caucus to a 15 per cent duty on raw wool as a substitute for the raw wool provision inserted in the bill at the request of President Wilson. Should the opposition representatives fail to attain their object in caucus, it is possible they may be asked to be released from their pledges in or der that they may continue the fight against free wool on the floor of the house. Wheat, citrus fruits and cotton were the chief targets of the opposition in the caucus todaiy, the cotton schedule still being under consideration at ad journment. No changes were made in the committee's bill as a result of the day's discussion, advocates of in creased duties on wheat as well as those who favor placing it on the free list being voted down. Underwood Is Back. Representative Underwood, chair man of the ways and means conmnit tee, who has been indisposed, was able today to resume control of the bill in the caucus. Representative Broussard of Louis iana vigorously assailed the propose.l duties on chicory, chocolate and cocoa, dandelion root, acorns and other sub stitutes for coffee proposed in the committee bill, and moved to place them on the free list as a boon to the breakfast table. Democratic representatives are he ing besieged by representatives of in surance companies, who protest against the inclusion of insurance companies as taxable organizations under the corporation tax provisions of the tariff bill on the ground that they are not profit-making organiza tions. The matter will be brought up in caucus, but democratic leaders de clare that the protests will not avail. ARMISTICE IN SIGHT. London, April B5.-rho Bulgarian governunnt, according to a Sofia. uis-s patch to the Post, has notilied the other governments of the itilkan league that the terms of the latest note of the great powers are accept able to Bulgaria, and asks the allies to assent .promptly to the conclusion of peace. It is probabl , adds the dis patch, that an armistice mill be ar ranaced this week. BOATS ON FLATHED OPEN THE SEASON WHERE THE BOATS DOCK AT POLSON. Poison, April 15.-(Speciat.)-The st eamers "City of Poison" and "Klon dike" docked here shortly after noon today, bringing the first loads of pas sengers and freight that have been transported across the lake since navigation closed last fall. The trip was made without unusual incident. Flathead lake has never had so long a closed season sioce the first white man came to Montana. The lake is now clear, though, and no further trou bles'are eigpetet. The two steamers wintered at Somers, and will resume 'heir regular trips across the lake at once. LAWY NOT VALID DECLARES KELLY ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS HIGH WAY MEASURE IS UNCON STITUTIONAL. BIG REVENUE GUT OFF Automobile Men Are Told That Be cause "Revenue-Raising" Bill Orig inated in the Senate of the Thir teenth Assembly, It Is Dead-Much Rejoicing by the Autoists. Blozenian, April 1G.-(Special.)-The Abbott bill passed by the Thirteenth legislative assembly is clearly uncon stitutional, declared Attorney General D. M. Kelly, speaking before a meet ing of the state automobilists here this afternoon. This statement brought applause from the autoists, for discon tent with the provisions of the Ab bott law was one of the causes of this state-wide gathering. This is the first announcement front the attorney general's office as to the constitu tionality of the Abbott measure, and the effect w ill be widespread. It will take away an estimated revenue of nearly $100,000, and will leave the state highway commission created by the last assembly practically without funds. Regarding the law, which was senate bill No. 117, the attorney general said that he believed the automobile men as a whole would not object to mak ing this payment for the cause of good roads; that this measure would have furnished from $75,000 to $100,000 for use on the roads; but that, unfortu nately, It would be of no avail, because the first provision of revenue-raising measures was violated-this bill, which states in the first clause that it is intended to "raise revenue" for highway improvement, originated, not in the house, but in the senate, and hence is unconstitutional. Other measures affecting automo biles were discussed briefly by the at torney general at the afternoon ses sion, which convened at 5 o'clock, and was attended by 60 automobile men. Then qtuestions were rapidly fired at the attorney general, who went over the points in dispute and cleared up the situation in the minds of many. Shortly after 6 o'clock the business session adjourned. At 8 o'clock 100 automobilists sat down to a dinner in the Bozeman hotel, provided by the Gallatin Automobile club, and informal talks by the guests extended until late in the evening. Disagreeable winds spoiled some of the trips that had been planned for the afternoon. A COMPROMISE. TWashington, April 15.-The corpora tion commission of Oklahoma shippers and representatives of railroads being unable to reach an agreement as to' class freight rates between Oklahoma and Texas, the interstate commerce commission prescribed today a com promise between those offered by the carriers and those suggested by the shippers, to become effective June 18. JOHN HAY'S HAMMOND SUED. San Francisco, April 15.-A $150,000 libel suit was begun in the I nited Mtates district court today against John hays Hammond hy \Viliiam Hammond Hall, a civil engineer and prominentt clubman here. Soldiers Who Subdued Auburn Rioters INot long after violence broke out in < the trolley strike at Buffalo, N. Y., t 3,000 state troops reached there. The. top i~llustration shows the Third regi ment, N. G., N. Y., marching up Mich igan street to the armory, from whichi they later werc detailed in squads for strike duty. As the soldiers marched along the street they were cheered by residents, who were tired of being forced to walk and aiarmed by the at. tackssof thre strikers. The lower view NThN S L COLDr iSP'RlNC on duty near the Cold Springs car PY CAiTBARNS ti bans VERY CHEAP LUNCH MUCH ENJOYED BY I. R. THE COLONEL SAMPLES FOOD FURNISHED SCHOOL CHILDREN AND FINDS IT GOOD. New York, April 13.-One cup of bean soup, 1 cent; one egg sandwich, 1 cent; total, 2 cents. Sbuch was Theodore Roosevelt's lunch and its cost today. It was bought by the colonel among pupils, of various nationalities, at an east side grammoar school at noon. The former president visited several schools to investigate the food-at cost-price luncheons furnished underI the auspices o1 the Child Life coin mitte of the progressive party. "It was food which ] would have en joyed at a- first-class dinner or lunch on the roundup or with the regiment or on a pilnic or anything like that," said the colonel. "I feel very strongly on this lunch question. I feel that we ought by law to get every state to provide that the schibl lourts should furnish ioeals to the children at not Ii as than the oast price of raw' ia terials. I hope that. will ii itade Ii plank of the progressive tunuieipal lulatf'ri in the ftal 'ioloni l tiotsev'elt saw s'v eral chil dren pay more than 2 cents for lunch. One child, whom he referred to as an "amateur Vadlerbilt," spent 7 cents, buying chocolate, bread, cake, soup and three disties of salad. Several pupils told the colonel they used to go to the stre ets for their lInih, tuying it froml pluusa-rns, some purchnaing green pickles ;and anily. 1li learned that 2,sce children are served daily it SeO,'ll schools. PROGRESSIVES HOLD BIG MEETING lOOAY New York, April 15.-Theodore Roosevelt was in conference with leaders of the national progressive party from various parts of the coun try today in /preparation for the scheduled meeting of the national ex ecutive committee in this city tomor row. As mainy progressives outside of the conmuittee wivihedto Inle pres ent, it was decided to permit their at tendancet at the meeting. Included among those who are expcited to lie present tomorrow are William Flynn of Pennsylvania. Walter E. Brown of Ohio, Mathew Hale of Massachusetts and Medill McCormick of Chicago. Miss Frances Kellar will represent Miss Jane Addams, who Is In Europe, and F. P. Gibson holds the proxy of Judge Ben B. Lindsey of Colorado. George WV. Perkins will preside. BIG FIRE IN LEWISTOWN. Lewistoivn, April 15.-A spark frum an incoming Milwaukee locomotive is believed to have started a blaze at the Pure Oil company's storage tanks near the depot this evening. The coii painy's buildings, with 5,000 gallons of coal oil and 12,000 gallons of gaso line, were soon a mass of flames, and a' esitt column of dense smoke rose hundreds of feet in the air. CORLEY IS NAMED BY WILSON \Vashington, April 15.-(Special.) -Th- following 2loitaina post masters weri uiuiitteil today: At ('hotiau, \Viliiain ttruffe, vice A. ,1ic (tocill, resignud; at Stevens ville, Itoy Al. ('orlev, vico W illiam M. TIaggs, removed. (Mier i131omana nominiations are expec ted when the senate cilt ie-s 'Ih' ity. Corley Well Known. Stevensville, April li.-- (Spoiecal.) IMoy S. Curte, nomiST ted yester day for the Stiihensv ille postinli Iership, is a former living with hisr I fhtiiatter wa the tiaijd of the 1ifrnt Fork. HtI lhis re sided in this saidie ity for a naimb r of years, and1 is well klown. Mri. ting s rent in his resignatinil iii ilne, wouks ago. STRIKE IS NOT FEIT IN EMOST PARTS OF BELGIUMI INDUSTRIAL CENTERS THE ONLY PLACES AFFECTED BY THE BIG WALKOUT. Brussels, April 15.--t is i npossible to ctate dtefinile~ly the total manher of workn liff ovrhane joined in the strike thrsiiOughout Belgium for man11 hood snfftrtt Indepnlnd'nt est-i hIters place thiig riomber lietiinein lit . 0ury and 300the tclkh0ugh the soinlistf, wha aitne rpofSi le for the irous ii]II, clim 4001,00ii IaXeeit in the industrial teliters ihin t rike bats lst the oppoitesde ofi Kot. unhti geni-nul t i il ,ti i has nut hol l ii lln"ý i venienec d, anal consequently is nut iui pri'ssed, and~ is l ho striko-rs gi neorlly ihave nt alienhased the sy byulhies of the liberail cenpitalists alho are run trib lting to their fund. r'alhe i' h tod of a large hotel it hlil tss'ls will give $20,0011 weekly until the strike is lost or wi n. Tho"Istitution was the subjc'(t of d1e bate in dill se mite, which ro-ns imbled today. Answeuring attacks b~y libe~rats and socialists, the premier ssaid the governmient c;us and is ready t-i tiky conciliatory- action, bIut that it lmil no intention to abdicate becaL-us., of till strike. GREAT NORTHERN LINE BLOCKED BY BIG SLIDE Troy, Mont., April 13i.--A portion of a rock cliff over-hanging the (;reat Northern tracks one mile west of here, having beeome loosoned by frost, slid down at 1 o'clock this afternoon, burying the track 20 feet deop and for a distance of 100 feet. The first ti Ini mation of the slid*- was telephoned to Stown by George Waters, a rancher liv I ing~on the opposite side cif Kootc-nal Sriver, who was attracted by the I rumbling noise. The news reached the Sdepot just in time to, hold the Oriental lI-ait-l PECUNIARY AFFAIRS OF ITE D. A. R. DISCUSSED CONSERVATIVE LEADERS INTI- t MATE THERE EXISTS LAXITY IN MONEY MATTERS. Wii l h it ton, April I. . i). - t lsi iIthi n 55iimtitiil ill I i tI-io' litill ntai f ll-! t iii tut l ligt ii l'll tilf th liltt ri ot -ii didaItes toll presidl'nt g'n'rnil, au li t, aI ;I pl lits. nl Nt Iris ''tilli l ! 1 s i'S . - oitpt sing lIii in its iof t lt "i iB nI'onln nd 1'illt-i, ' m I tnlreS' -n IIiil iii~r~ut c Iii of il, )1 iii jut lt' it is liitie ' t utu lvii tuu i -tut i-i- lit isi i tihe i tuate il-lit prai 1tra htialls fo r . o Villorrow 3 eledian (1 s ory 1( al' Nrw V'u , ev e ad of 1tht ii iii i t ( I 'nl timtill oll itit s i " i i ll of i It o ' is l i aI l iii 8 1t ti-iight tt u- 111 il the flinl iti-i- ir -ti-t-d it-s tt ll i v p s idn i- lt l tml sriUU t 'll i tut' 1 iii nnr Mu"liliyt rielt-i o it-i. li i ti t r isri t s1 i l 't 1\ i l Mi 'l'llir ittnsfl' t- lultti; l'rutirld ' li tl itt-is l 1i h uiltn ti hiti tti Itir at NfAEWlphs GRANDSO FORh BRYN.10ti Iltan lyIt rut-tinge o lit ratltOititi P ii dii' in the l il iii lil fft g'reanil ( ehll, Lil'girttIld w' l 1r t l I itll it p' l - 'a KInt Engpitn. 'Ie eet I grandn11 tin d nt iir t uti Io the ighier tarn of1' tat er-is a u-u t cf t i't l- t (iCoinal tiue oni' i Pae l Six) I ii1t'ras An rti M .r . 0c , luurttatrlli thrat secon. i ng ex; hes he litnitas t1 . r'tda o . 11n las w o ws Ato win an apu nsevl n at te fl a\:11 :Ira1I'lly at A napolis Ih e b11 m-: tookl II' rxalutilo in thinr nI (I'. OXHinli lthof l 1hll\b s Pl inr '.here tdr' ofu1 nr Monttlinboy an wds talk ing lilt exppabilitient o a pphe nit un1't o nl na;la'dy at Annpls Thproo i nes. n Two s it ihe ra uhd le Tivoli thoree Icin tok mthed x min M tion:h and r two foth r Mot r ntana To s lare Atapoisgteeamnto for ap om upose. nW ashington, A prl 15.-Sem ' at Arr Bryan Is. reeiin of geranhtlltos tro da nthe Trsrth ttof his fift gran dn child are ingic e rainne iwn , at Eola ,grnds~ anv h Mntaneak top th ere-a tary nfistateiis a Sonoratiutlatinato " Reginald Owen of the Royal FM l gineers and Mrs. uw~en, formerly Ituth Bryan. SOLONS PA SS ANTI-ALIEN hMEASURE CALIFORNIA'S LOWER HOUSE IG NORES THE PROTESTS OF THE JAPANESE. AMEMDMEM1S D[FEAIED Ambassador Chinda, in Washington, Scurries About to Get Federal Gov ernment to Take a Hand-Sees Wil son and Bryan and Some Important Conferences Are Held. ut titti toli ' stlt, lint it tli s t h i to0 Higned 1)Pit tril Pt 'S t'ven I iapmls 'it'shit' till st, hi if whi delt a P~iitigi (l ti lit a it i-Iutili Dil intt a 1 tla till Itt' tti'stint'nt- i tittti twfilt t it i l l iWts 1 iii d tb--Iit-i It-u itt liti iti' l ogi til --i fest - i tlit' slit itt1te Iy i-i sit' It ti- ttpti tti o Il I ulcar ini-ititi ii lnt :1 athititititi ltt sttittttg tilt "lictlit's --i'liiiblsit liio s i t" sho iiigit h bit In s Tilti-u it lit- tilt til ls I1ioer lre e aii lit Si1 tt'-i'l'ttti 1 t1 ttt tutul R I lt l mi st it' i ittt it'tl tt Ii it ti' tiont-li tiltit ti-it ' ilht-i tilt titittiti ii lliiiiistitit5 iratt t 'l ttl 11tmit' e t it' ittii nI' t Itt- tit lt I a lits i-hl hzittl utl dd rd ter1 til t'o li-i k ittit sll-tiit ~li tilltt In tnr it- it'lls -I tutue intt rns iii I lt stui Si'. clit, ''tit thg' litl 15torhtio ei ht'l It ititi t lit It I " i'on lil t l ii h bt' ~tit cii i iti ltn MIlit -I alit-its Its s btilt' 1111tt ((',ontlnftiei oin Pagie. Staux) e FRIEDMANN ASKED TO HASTEN TESTS \ :shinl tt, A-i 11 i h i r. I'rliuitr ir'h F"ran z Fr~iedinann teas diret - edA to flay to t e il. "halting u fogr ill iIlls i Vi n egir itio i ot the tllee n tcl ativlr ýa tli i i of hihs ta o tdnih is viirugi in a l1'.1 1,q. ldritssM ed to hill at te e hi de a, IL I, lay Ihr. I1 1nti 1-. A mlernon, h irr -~l nion of thi if earl aoi ntv fr tiy lur ijeti ii-i t ral X li e of the pi u blit t Oi e lti Iiitil tntin" ioii it iiaitl ngvitiiit Inlirt lii.( Hiniliii iasptrattiu ili iii availlif into ithi I i iti iey of tti e Prjiitg it thy iWaiiat' remutie y. The lotht]ir follrets i\1au regret to have tl invitlu your ati ttuieI to the l-nuin tirogre's In ytur deduondstratin of the rieto tn tur alive valui of your caiot-ly for tu.er enolsis. limty 9t of thI 1, t~it I ts ac romled cy yon as suitatit for iuch tiists hetaod teht treated lfy you. In order to avoid madie. prolongation of ytir demonstration and fto avoid de lay in the public of the judgment that maniy he able to form of your treat fient, we are forced to limit our clint ttal studies to the number already treuted under our observation in the honipitals in New York city. "From conversations with you It is understood that some of these platlents now are ready for a further injection of your remedy. In their interest and for the reasons give~n in limiting our clinical observations to those already ALARM IS FELT AT SUDDEN CHANGE TEMPERATURE RISES AND PNEU MONIA SYMPTOMS GROW STEADILY WORSE. CORRESPONDENTS WAJC Newspaper Men Remain at Vatican. Not Satisfied With Assurances of Doctors That Pontiff's Condition Is Not Serious-Bronchial Symptoms Present New and Grave Features. lini!', April 1.,. 'i'hlir' hvii ieen a stidin , 't'ixn for h, wiorsx is thy c idition of i'' i 1iii, X. 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I r at itd. wv ft c that these 1 atient s nowv should be sern by you with the iew giving such additionul inject ins of your a litedy ia laimy, It iour juiig 11 t, lie neits'i'ry- ti efio t it core, \\'o sitittiti I'e please(d thereoire, to htIv yontve this mall~tte or Ix1 miompt liti itioon alii inform uit rt ga rd it itillt at titn atly dtati. "W e miay tie iin oian ii',, 'i with in writing, addressed either to 1)r. .A. .11. Stimson, Iloi"Ie l 1artiniqune, ' 2" v Yourk city, or to Ili-,. ohni W. Andi'rson, Il rictor yitgitiaic latoait)rý, \\Vlshita iott, I). i ,." Wthen Dr. Frih'tinttn bhill his clinic here yisttrtiat, it was nittil that none (if the uindical ffiicers of the public h e a lth x jr aic e i tt I i tre s e t tt. T h is was iexplainied in Iir. ulnersonn's statement that the Iiott had hbtil forced to limit its clinictm studies to tases treated ttditr their toiservatton in New York city. At a ootfertnte hire, last Sunday, hr. 1'rietiitann was notified by Dr. Blue that until the exact nature of his tuberculosis vaccine and the method of application haul leon revealed and the claims made for it substantiated by official tests, a license for its sale in interstate commerce could not be lazited.