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Today-Generally fair. Is as liveDA ILY M ISSOULIANa anyer day Tomorrow-Fair .NIi you use IOoulP..C clas T VOL. XXXIX. NO. 351. 'MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1913. PRICE FIVE CGET G 0 P. EADY TO COMBAT TARIFF tTHEY WILL CHARGE THAT AD VALOREM DUTIES A'RE "A DE ,LUSION AND A SNARE." PROTECTION ELIMINATED Minority Report on Measure Will In sist That the Payne-Aldrich Tariff Is Perfectly All Right and Under It the People of the Country Have Been Most Prosperous. Washington, April 20.--That ad va lorem duties such as are plropIosed in the democratic tariff bill are "a de lusion and a snare;" that the radical tariff revision submitted by the dem cerats is inexcusable and uncalled for and that an accounting will conme for its enactment into law, are conten tions of the republican members of the ways and meals committee in a minority report to be Iresented to the house tomorrow. "There is no excuse for the radical change in our rev Inue system pro posed by this (lemlocratic bill," says the report. "The people have not asked it. The party prolposing it is in pow er, not by the grace of a majority of the American pleople, but by ;a divi sion in the ranks of the majority on other questions than that of protec tion. The administration has the power to enact this legislation. Aec counting from the abuse of that pow er will come later." The report contends that the bill has caused "intense and widespread alarm in 'business circles." Protection Eliminated. Asserting that the democratic hill "seems to meet with universal ap proval on the other side of the At lantic," the report dcl;aredl that the protective feature has been entirely eliminted in the framing of the bill. "It is easily apparent," the report adds, "that mnany of the duties have been placed on articles used by our manufacturers and(l impllolrtedl wholly from Ilbrolad, as a 'tax on Ililllanulfc turers;' that many duties have been lowered so that they are less than the difference in the cost of lab Ii at home and abroad; that many arti cb's r.ow paYing very low rates of 1t ty have been jut on the free list, while the (comparative cost of produc tion here and abroad is such that it will be imlpossille for bllsiness to colln tinlie without bringing down our scale of wages to the level of the rates paid ablroad. In many cases articles are put on the free list, while a pro tective duty is laid upon the material usedl in their manufacture." The elimination from the demo cratic bill of the maximum and 'mini 1ullll featllres of the present law is deplored by the republica ns, who claim that through this provision great tariff concessions aInd reglula tions were proclured. and 1uch added to the export tratle oIf the country. I)efending the existilyl Payne-Al drich tariff, the minority asserts that in the last four years "the people of the co(ntry blave beeln1 mlore 1prols pierollIs than (ever before in our his tory." TRAGIC DEATH. Londlon, April 20.-Sir C(harles D)ay Rose, mlelber of parliament, ,president of the IRoyal Yacht club, anti breeder of race horses, died today with tragec suddenness. He made. his first flight as iassenger in an aeroplane 110and was delighted with his novel experience. On his way home in a motor car he died from heart failure. CAN'T LOCATE MARTIN. Vevey, Switzerland, April 20.-Jos eib V. Martin, the Memphis cotton bolker, who disapplared from London April 3, and has been repollrted at Vovey. cannot lao loeated here. Telegrams for Martin are qIiling up in the post office. There is a . rulblmor that Martin has gone to GellnevO.L Covering the Field The number of Missoulians printed and circulated to actual, bona fide sub scribers during each month in the year in Missoula, Ravalli, Sanders and Granite counties, exceeds in number the combined paid circulation of all the other twelve newspapers which are printed and circu lated in this field, including daily, semi weekly and weekly publications. Adver tising contracts with The Missoulian are based upon this guarantee. ASSAULT ON1 AIMS AROUSES IRE IN HOUSE W'ashington, April 20.-Formal notice will be taken in the house of the assault upon Representative Sims of Tennessee Friday, by Charles C. Glover, a Washington bank president. A dozen members of congress, including most of the Tennessee, delegation, conferred at the capitol today and determined that an attack upon a member on account of an utterance on the floor of the house was too grave a mat ter to go unnoticed. This, those who have, looked up the law and precedents, contend constituted con tempt for the house. JAPANESE 1EMPEI COOLING DOWII SLIGHTLY WILSON'S STAND TOWARD CALI FORNIA LEGISLATION QUIETS THE BROWN MEN. Tokio, April 20.-The announcemen that President Wilson and Sebretar, of State Bryan are making efforts to bring about a compromise in the pro posed California legislation with re spect to alien land ownership bill and that Governor Hiram \V. Johnson is opposing the bill has softened Jap anese ire and public opinion now has become mlore optimistic. The alleged unwillingness of the American missionaries to assist in re sisting the bill is the subject of harsh criticism in the Japanese papers, but after a conference whch( Count Okuma., the foreign minister, had with the missionaries, the latter dis patched telegrams to California, the exact nature of which are not known. Count O)kulnma ironically reminded the missionaries thatJapan owed its first lessons in foreign humanitariatn principles to the United States. "Now the duty has devolved upon Japan," he added, "to teach the Californians the same Irinciples." ]The Japanese consul at Vancouver, C. Yada, who has arrived here, has causedt sonic excitemient by the state ment that anti-Japanese legislation is pcinlinigi in the Canadian provinces of ii itish Columbia, Saskatchewan and .lanitoba. Awaited With Interest. Washington, April 20.--Further connsideration of the prolposed alien land legislation in the California as eiiihbly tomorrow is awaited with leep interest here. There vere i,1 do velopluents today in administration ircles. Secretary Bryan received a telegraml reported to he from Gov 2rnor Johnson, acknowled.ging receipt if the sec.retary's mlessage of yestcr lay outlining the administration view f the situation, but Mr. Bryan dli ,it Ilake public the contents. Cali :Lr.ia representatives issued state nents discussing the denmand in their Ltaec for alien land laws. No Action Today. Stacramento, April 20.-It is prob ihIi that no action will hie taken on he alien land ownership hill in the Snallte tomlorrow, as it is far down on heI file, but in the event that it is achedl, emnator Birdsall will offer aemndments 'which will defer final ietion for several dhays. LEVEES BREAK. Mqemlnhis, Tenn., April 20.--tIissis sippi river levees on both sides of the ,vaterway soutth of Helena, Ark., col lapsed today under the pounding of the flood. Neither break will materl lly affect the situation in the lower valley, howe.ver, and the area inun lated will belo" Comparatively unin portant. ALLIES SIGN ARMISTICE, Constantinolle, April 20.---l)Delegatesr roprese.nting Turkey anld all the Balkan llies, with the excclitin of Mlntce negro,, signed atin armistice on Satur lay at Bulair. TIT FOR TAT A/ I IF 'YOu _____ wrM M wmrII M-IAT CLUB ItL ý T14ROW -MIS IW. e PAW 5i ii AºW C case. APAN ei's ___ -""4 l NOT VERY POPULAR ARE MILITANTS IN ENGLAND THREATENING CROWDS PRE VENT SUFFRAGETTES FROM SPEAKING IN PUBLIC. London, April 20.-The suffragettes had plenty of evidence today that the I.,btlic has tired of militancy and only the protection afforded by large bod its of police saved the women from the hands of angry morls. At Brighton, the' suffragettes were chased off the esplanade and took refuge in a neighbI gring house. This \was surrotunded by ho\\ling thotu tsands who btm.tllarlded the p]tl(er with stones anlld smashed every \vwindl'w. The Womeon's Secial and Political union attempted to carry on its propaganda in Ilyde park. Londoners had anticipated that such attempts would be made and 20,000 lwrsons as senllll l at that plar e. No sooner had a suffragette mounted the box and unfulrlted thei tilitall t flag than the police inter Itfred. There were a few c'ries of "Frene speech!" "\re we in tiussia'" but these cries \were dIrowned by hts tile yvlls. T urf and stones nere lthrown and tllreatenttiit rushls \vere maldeo tIward thie women. A large tforme of police surrtountded tlIhem anltd kcyet tlic Inob in icheck. An infernal machine waittxs dtiscovered by it policeman early this morning in the tloorway of tie Yorkshire IHrald office at " York. 'The wrappings, lin st riled "Votes for W. 'otlenll," indicated Its origin. FRENCH AUTO BANDITS EXPIRE ON GUILLOTINE Paris, April 21.-The auto bandits, Monier, ('l atleiit tnd Soutly, were guil lotined at 4:35 o'clock this morning. The execution of all three took less than four and one-half minutes. Soudy was the first to suffer the penalty; then came ('alemin, and last Monier. All died quietly. Monler, as he was tpushed on the plank, cricdt: "'(totd-bye, gentlemen and all human society." MINER DOESN'T IMPROVE. WValaI(e, April 20.-(Special.)-The condition of Andrew Andrieux, who suffered a broken lItk when he fell in the stopes at the Snowstorm mine, continues unchanged. The man has a broken rib and more serious still a break at the first lumbar vertebra. From the first, little hope has been held out for his recovery. PASSENGER SPRAINS KNEE. WVallace, April 20.--(Special.)- WVhlle descending from the Northcrn Pacific train at Mullan, Mrs J. J. B. Ctubberly of that city sustained a sprained knee, and was brought to this city yesterday to have the In Jured member treated. The Injury Is ' ot vonqi4ered In any way serious, REAL TARIFF FIGHT ON IN EARNEST THIS WEEK UNDERWOOD'S BILL WILL REAP PEAR IN THE HOUSE AND DEBATE WILL START. Yaishington, April 20.--Two \et~ek: of tariff debate h inhld cl'lst'd doors wvill be 'fIollrowI eatrly this week by the lpening of the real fight o'er thei demlocratic tiariff bill in the floor of the house. Hia.ked by the favorablel decision of liltl iih iic'ratic hIllusl c.l - cus, and healtring the approival of President Wilson, lhth Trndrwoo\d t'r' ilf hill will rpptltar on the floor of the hlouse b th l iiitlle of the \leek. The success of th]1 measure in the house is ssurelld at the outseit t, alord-('l ing t tthe. dmih ra(tic supporters or the bill. The rtillilllic;ln forces, led l ti -tV lll - itbers of the will s and IlilIs commit-ll t(e who denounced the l'nderwoold hill in 'a mlinorily report made public' tonight, nagain ill attiemptlli to u t, the free w l fill l frll ee-su r-i n-thlll'illl re - years p'anol ' ill(! ltpreshllenl, which iar thied hrllogilhl th, e il they 1iocrie a s byi otl;llith ntll ailit as nllies seriuslyl l tto threaten the hill t ny poinongr t.ss. All iind stri.is and persons likely to ie affected lly the changetIi in tariffl are being given an oIpll' rtunity, holl hvering, Itofile f'ihells itllln with th e committe, if they ha'os new in formallon lthat IWa nt furnished to the was and mans c.--- (llitti l.)-st Advocates of woman suffrage will he heard before the stelnat(, utninittei Ill 'lrs l.n suffrage durs ing thil wteek, he holaring to oen toliorrs iurt, and twill urg that or c(onstritty ional allend nient for woman sllffratgt. he approved at this session oif congress. Iridaiy, Alnlskin railroJl' d legisinltion is to he the, subject of a comilnittee thearing, based l ofn $i w llfo r lef thel senate for the construction of government railways. HENSHAWD HIS IFINED. allan.e, April 20.-t (Spc ii ol.)- V'haltrle,s iishatw was Prinedt $50 wlhen he oiapared in Judge Leignty's court, yesterday, for carrying oncealed t WOapolls. FIRE a WEEPS VILLAGE. lHeawer, Man., April 20.- fire swept thuar. business district f this villagetor t night, causing it loss of $125,00. y FORMER KING MANUEL WILL WED HIS COUSIN Berlin, April 20,-It was announced that ex-King Manuel of Porligal is engaged to marry Prlnct'ss .\liglstn. n Victoria, daughter of Prince. Wilhel::i of Hohenzollern. A similar announcement to this was nade at Munich as long ago as Jan uary. Princess Augustine Victoria is Manuel's cousin, She lt 22 Fears o14. PONTIFF GRADUALLY IS RECOVERING STRENGTH POPE IMPROVES SITEADILY AND HAS INDICATED HIS DESIRE TO RESUME WORK. ILon, Alpril 20.--S. Imuch imlllrlov tient't \\ils fI'inllid in tih condition of the pope bIy Irs. Marlrhiifavia and Amnici on their visit to thel sick-roomli this levning, that they did not ,on sider it necessary toi isstue n tulletin. The mornining hIIIIelletin was as folliows: "tir fouri days his holiness has lilhad no fhve '. As a r :esult of' tie itatlt, l-; 'tiaoo of Ihe, branchial affortion, the lpope gradually is ric.iivter'ng his strengthl." \liMnsignor Itrtessin, lthe pope's see retury, lnuld I-n';ther ll'rolin , his itephewx, ieltbrated im.l ss todaiy in thli c'l l 'l :illjullnl g 1111th,, lpal al i(edrooml 111n thil lprln!s li iu l ;\of Ali io Sar;llto nld the pope's sisters ir ll i clI . T'he pntiff iis desi riuis that ith nwii nh' ofl"s his If';i ily shall r(eturn to jiri hiimus alnd has r'e(liested them tol I'lea.5ssl1r his frie ds o tshhi ,o l t" ]o tIlne IIhat hle hopli s i rles, u ll, r u lll arii ,i , of ' its liff i Il receive thit I ltith fIul xii h t.ini to ii in i to i. k ifor hlis blessing. IThu viysiiialis have s iin( f.lar that this nnxihty erl the ]wit of the pope for Wxrx l\' i Iixe ; i ll iilfaVlorahloe ef 1'et. T"h pope rose f'rn.i' his l (1d today ini I lrittini ed for :ii hlour or moire in in i'irm chair. TThais soec lld rather to cheer t nill t l iff. (Cardinail Meirry illI Vil, the papall s.'eretiari y iof stai e, tioday rei"ilved ('ir tdinal erratiii and 11 gave hit liast in itructioil in thel nailt, of the popeii i regarding the Encehatristl, ceremonies. ALLEGED GAMBtLER RELEASED BY COURT \i'allaer, April O.--(Spec'ial) -"I"n suffii.ent oVhlience" resulted in the re lease of f'irank Nllini atnd (lust Haan hla, bothl of illllatn, who were ar rested npl n hII a -t;gres that they had per itted gambling in their saloons in MuIllan. Ihlth men were released in court ye'sterday. There was no e'i. dlense Lntrod lucied against Hatlnlta.l, who was connected in no, way what ,cver with gambling, while the case aganllst Neini i'stel l in the belief of Mrs. Annlie I Hendricksion that her hus hIaitl lwas gambling w\\hen she invaded the saloon. The particilpants in the car,(I1 r nI'e dec(lared they we're only playing for 'the drinks. STRIKERS TO GO BACK. Auburn, N. Y.. April 20.--The 1,200 striking emplohyes of the Colunmbian Rope company will abide by their agreement, reached on Thursday with the state board of mediation and arbi tration and will return to work to morrow, it was tlannounc('ed by Charles Miles, an organizer of the United Tex tile Workers of America. CENTRAL AMERICA HAS SECESSION CONSPIRACY Mexico City, April 20.-The E! Inmparcial publishes a story about an alleged plot to involve, the Mex ican southern frontier states in a scheme to merge Honduras, Nica ragua and Salvador into one re public. The conspirators. It Is as serted, are trying to have Yucatan, alutteche, Chiaplas, Taulaseo and part of tilthe state olf Oaxaca seemd] from the Mexican republic and join in the nmovement. It is said a colnsiderable quallntity of anl-s has lien smulggled ilnto Yucatan from1 British llunduras. STRIKE IN, POLITICS IS MAKING GOOD IN BELGIUM CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES PROB ABLY WILL END WALKOUT BY REFORMING SUFFRAGE. Brussels, April 20. - The opinion now is general in political circles that at the session of the chamblher of dleptu ties Tuesday the government will be prepared to atcept the eaonelilintory motion of the libheral leader, M. Mats son. This provides that if the ptarlia mentary comialnttee appointdll recent ly to consihdr the reform of the provicial and (lotmltnalll franchise sys tlll shothllll evolve a plaan lhat alipplirs ito Ia maatnifelst IIprolement'a Ien the lpresent metholds, then the advlsniblitylll of revising parliantentary elections alongt the samite lines shall lanidilate ly he considered. The adoptlion of this nlotion b!i y lthe chambe'lilr \vwould meani lthe end of the strike Ith l is iparalyzinfg rlgiin 'sa lin dustry. Th saa lillsis assert tl ll 'toere wiii iaa 11a 0 iiiiii taten toati IaarnraV. Thin Edge of the Wedge. Liege, lhelgium, April 20. -'Twenty housIIH nIll , I.assem. hled( ilt. I gl'eilt massR Inmee'ting today, listened without the slightest disorder to addresses ell the strike situation throulllghoullt ,*Tl Illnn try. The Iocialist ealllelr, Thlmnle Van iderve'le. sahl the pr'oceeditngs in tihe chanillre" of deputies seeii ed to shlo\V thal thlt, thin edge of tilhe welge had (lbeen inserteId. Big Meeting Planned. ('harl rol Ithlgitni . April 20. - The bti'lrg inaslr hi H I l, :lt ll' (tilllll d lt meeil tingl of ;ill (hI' strikers in 11e province ofn Thiursday, on iondtionhn that tim stll-k" t'as themselves appoint pill',' to Iro serve order. The liberail will lp rtlefl i ito actively In the dlemonstration. More Workers Go Out. Ant 1 \\i , Aloril 20. 'Thi i: l inb lllllI ' tilellt'I' s, ' iy a li tll'e o 1,021 to 1 211 , ide hlded to J.ln Ithe strike Inllttemlllenl. A itlhll ehi nl lof lerial union work 'rs also will go out. Tlhree thousand mel ibers of tie eivie poilliahtloll tire lrolestllng against flrthhir detention I'rnul Ihlr ll Si llness sline tilh re hias in no ill o ble. MINERS WON'T DECIDE. ('liari.'Slllon, V. \'Vi., April 241. Miners oif lt e I' illt :aUlit I' n tilli 'rl ial fIhhls ai 1 fhie New Itivwer distri l of \Ves VI'rg141inl l Ilm s. I'e1111t4l , to (;lov riolll t llitllhi 'i s l irolosii l t io settlel the1 strike. The milliers aillher neept nor (elfllIN I (h, l'llH the ' t lhm ' o Vt'tg v rnor, tlll listiPHl willed a convention of min' I ,'s frt. '1'l' laty In his1 oily ait which 'tlliI the lr'oposiltion will be dis itotsed and eithier |io iine.r litlle orit rejection he deetileil upon. WANT BUREAU OF MARKETS. \Vll sili gtolllll , AI pr'il ' cll.-. t'lillm too of five hllieaded'l ' I I. T. Iftllrtinan ofil l'illts bilrgh fro ill e nat l ional iconference or(i' faroi markets anidt frer credits recent ly held at ('hlliUgo, ciilliedl ilon Sn ecro tutry Ililuston of lhe agricultural ie-h partmiolt yesterday and urged the ts Whiltslhtneii t of aI bUriau of markets oat aI large scale. SOLDIER IS DROWNED. Vantll:ouvlilr lairraliks, \WaVli., April 20.--Halin l J. slgln, :. private in cthniatnly .th, e'w llnty-fr'st ilinfantr, t'. wa. ., was drtlllrowned ly todal y weeks, hilas attemptinrg to crsslrtl t the din rivt-r in at skllff, ilgal horing 3000, Muh-h , i and la. TROUBLE WITH MOROS IS NO LONGER FEARED th Ashington, April 20.-Trouble with he Mors in the Philippines which haed. threatened the pae of mind of t be war department for several weeks, has een averted. Rpred rports to the depart ment today say the army of helligerent tribesnw,, numbering 3,000, which practically laid siege to Jolo and dared the Amerlian garrison to venture forth and do battle, has dispersed. The Moros threatened to revolt be cause agitators from the province of Luzon had spread reports that the Americana planned to make them abandon the MohbRmemdan d religio1, BE IND TIMES;1 IS MODERN LAW SUPREME JUSTICE OLIVER WEN DELL HOLMES STIRRED BY CRITICISMS OF COURT. HAS MANY COMPLAINTS Learned Lawyer Discourses on Fact That Tribunals of Justice Are Not Perfect, but He Does Not Like At tacks by Outsidera-Must Take Criticisms in Philosophical Manner. Washington, April 20.--- Hoty the su ic'tni' courIIt Iof the l'nite'd States, or il least one c11 lllllth r iof it, views the Ipresient-tday criticisms of the courts is set forth in a spee'h hy Justhle Oliver W\e'ndl ll lolmes,. , im:id inluhlic today In tIle foril of senatl et deoCumtnent. JUs tic' I lil.'ts delivered the speech re cently at a plriviatel dinner in New York. Science' hais tainght the world skepti Ismr thel, ustice' said, Ihy way if prof nieo, aid made it aegitinate to put i\everyhing to the test of proof. "ie i tIctlit. e \I ' l re. I not extt epted,' he aidt , referring to til lt het S prt en tenuit. N itt itt ;lt ire wtI told that wh\ I'11irshall a'is prhonolncod kLn act iof .ongress 1 tnccn.stitutional he usurped a power i that hii's constitun tion to did not give, elt \lve arei told that wen aro the repit'esntilclivs of aii class, the tool of the lltllot po lers. I get letters, anot t\tl'iltl iie· ylallt it' ivldi'tttll'e that one :ivhels tinonymins, intimating that w e tu arle cirrutl. Well, gentliellen, I andmit thatl It ttmakes mln heart ache. It fro Iverly ll inlfuli when one stpends all the ellllrgh. of tl e's soil n trying to do good ''l orl, tiith noll thoiught but that olf solviig it problith alecording to the riles by which oine Is hound, to know that llllmany see istel.r motives and Would ie glad of e'vidence that one nstii ilonslously had. t Rl t we mustlt take sucr h thlings philoslophically and Iry Ito sn whaIt i %u llst Ien lonrn from thltllilted and di strust ant d whether bd then lthn) the'I t ly not Ihe soncm ger Into ilulitiit teih i tto truti h." Expression of Unrest. "The Iattacks upon the court," the jIIsti' llded, "i(are merely an exproHs slin of the ust hlidlt t iliens to won ider vlilguol'y whether lat aint] order A velry impiortalllt truth to he ex tr Iu lei( fro ll thuo il tlir dtiRscon tenl, r' urding to Justjuse Holnes, is thatt Judglies, particular'ly in state courts, hlve red' their iconsious orl liuI the l Iw. "IIt lnnot heI hIelped-tit is ait it Ishould ie thit the lrw ir hohind the ttlies," lhlareitd Jiustice onitnes. "As ltw oltloldies hiol.lfs thiat have tri u hlilll in Il( t lattle of ideasho antdthen haveas tiesla Iled themselves into i tionl. tiille there still i doubt, while Iopposite oilii, tlons still keep it battle I'rontliI against I ti other, the tihr for Ilwt has not yolet enme;tp n tmon destineld to preivail Is not yet entitled to the fiold." witl til Preiinlltitre lw, he expreso ad the bl sonf 'hnt 0 yearns ago when "an VtIlie lP'rror went over the orllth ani the word sci. im.n helnnl to heaertd,"° fr w, s translated by Jllnl h udges into dIoerines t.,Ih liltd no proper place in theo ensttitutiton or in tie common Icw. "Juldges .wie lt p in ot nait', s.eiole aintelnl imen, Nal they need some thling of Mlphlstopheles," observed th e justice.st ight and rged the nJscessit. o lnus tin-Amerdic ny sayin g thato is he grew old, seo grow calm, liend dprclited that tmpe itioedn from nw races wouiild ,ut dents per nto the futurepub thlics. rlng n' disputes and o'l rte wa cheer "we cby an harlg to-d atlher n hich escorted him to hfight." hotel. n Pt i here rea for tValparaso lonlg as I 1nro ti look ahead. I think cotitnue his propagand!, ..