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Senate Committee Reports House Measure Adversely. ITS FINAL FATE IN DOUBT Insurgents at Odds Over Certain Provisions and Nothing May Be Done. From i ; > ? rit ?Tsshington, April '? The House bill rs* stalag th< mets! ? wss rsportsd to thr Senate to-day sdversely bj Beaator fri.r-.. chairmen >-t the Committee on Finan.-?- Senator Btmmons, ranking Dem- i oratic member <.f Uh committee In tha sb* . ?anee of Senator Bslley, .announced thsl the minority members would file a report nest ??.,?!.. ? -i .- mmlns, author of the I Insurgent steel r,iii which w*1 with a 'i;" I Mtrotu tat. during the Isaf assslon ot C ?n grass, ssld b< would submit some amend? ment* ,v ?? tok? n "" tho irr Senator ' seeing Bet pen ros?. es pre? ? pe that the Sen- i ?tor b of the t'Hl would .-nil up I tN asesaure for ea ? rtderatlon. ?In view ? thai the ? sdverae ont replied Mr. Penros. 1 ?1 i I thlnV the ? Irected to i?ir '" ; u'-ff constderstloT i t It Banatoi B ? ?,rv r um- | mitit. hos? Uts f"r the eeitdaei of d< < ? ? I '"'o'? j ?Ssnst? ' " ' ' >?' the Ben- ' ?he iM act pron ptlj and dispos? of the qw -'Ion ilouM a? to the f;??c of the ar? al ?dis over j th? fr?r T. m hlch are not Ilk? n ? rsl op- | rrr-.vi.' ? Tl eeonrin, IV? imlng. Idsho or Mm ' Hier? fe inda" m ror ,'1' '' ? tsrlfl Would Be Breach of Faith. port rned by all l he ''.? - ' f tl.mn Mr. i m Ki-n.tt- rs tiif ? ill aa i'l i i .-i-->r? .? ?t- The report saj s: Ko roporl has bee? ir-ade hv tho Bosrd crested bj the President, under an-I thorlty rlvei i gross In lh< tariff *'tj of l<?r. -i pos?' Of ' Ing SUOll PCt to :,r<\ par- ; tlr>'.,!(ii industr) us w. - - t?i proceed >\ it.i rertslnt) and Intelligence 1?. enacilnti lepislatlqn levying duties on the l-rr-.riij.-tf. of that Industry Th? reports :? oard notably 'hat ?n ' a v.,.,,] s. hf-i'i., ,,r.- the most exhaustive an?'l ' omp'- ? -i 1 li" : subject! to which tt<- reiste Constant .?r fr*^ri-i^tii revlsloi - ?if tariff rates, wheth? er upward or downwsrd csuim dlequl. - ai ".m. ;.?).| manufa* I nercl nts and trad? re led te ''?!:e Ve, li\ ? T.Tlff Hosrrl for the express purpose of i *r.?i cxhsustiv? ?litior.?? as < i ? ? ??? -i-?? ' i" i " '? ?- latlon. .??. ? ,i }, - o preelpltoin f exlstlni es To I p ? i i. making s u?. ? h ' v<- .? brea? ? of faith a violation of tai intee to ? ? pie that thi tariff si i >.f 1989 w?.?ild not ? ?? ? xc. pi upon Infot i ' \ io <'r?ncr< s, ; . (hat t..?.Hi?J. 11 - declared tha' the passage ot ih?_- hill would tend to dwtrov one of tho must im? portant Industrie!? ol thla country. The Itte. contends thsl hesrlngs of 148 ? fferent Industrial "inrorns in e irhte?n *tfit?..s allowed ;? ?id<sproa?i oppoeltlon to '?\-'??nn f.f the present rate*, and that rep tstlves of _:'.r. manufacturers of ma - htr- io,,k testified thai putting mi hine ?or '-5 on the free list wo -: ? i n, ? i the clos their fact? i Th?* report y*\n ?hat the Ways and '.'? ? - rVmm tee'i est ??..-? | ? import?t! ?ns ? -? ased W.OOO.'?OO annuall: , If correct, would mean thsl foreign Iron and products were to displace Amsrlcsn In th.- domestic market*, and ? ? v.-r. u-ith the Increased Importation! In ; ? -, .nues of ' ? ? D ?'?"? I II saya, in conclualon: Tour commit??-?-- submits ??? ??. that i'i" r-nHctment of this t-ill would be ill ad i ?s'-ii ^n.t most . slat Ion it ?v ?..i!?i r- ?!'.??? ? ion '.?? - low the margin of safer.-, opening wld? our domeetle markets t.. foreign i<t??-i and Iron produc?a: it is not onlj unprotective bul ?i!so fsila a^ a revi n ? mea ?"?ou?ri rexult In s del foi which no pro? vision Is ma?1e; it is not based upon open y ? rs or upon any Investigation of mnp rifarntirlng' conditions, ? fact* nc<'>c?arv t.. '.- known; It is n? attentive to any ncer\ nr n< sslt; for s gen* erai revis!up of r , ratee f tin present Bch?*dn1e ?' and should not tin ? i ? .1 V. S. MAY ARREST BUTTER MEN ?Crftninal Prosecution the Aim of Chi ?ago and Elfin Inquiry. ? htrar" ?l - rlmlna - ? - ?hi fe?*r?! gov?j ? go But? ter anf: "v? Bot ? Elgin l ?srd of Trade n;if r? : ort? d to-da la the all ^n In' '???.?;-,?.| througb agents of I of < !om msr?ce sn< T>- ? ?? Tl proe. Ilngi potted t< 1er t ?Ions of th? Khermftn law and s ' ? ncl from h ? ivii r-as? now pend ? Spe'ial Inf. rc?>t ?.tta'ti-i- to 'no ne? ai ??mpt to keep rlr.wn the cos: of home- ??=? ?-??siiitiee, for in this Instsnc? the ?jfovern* msat for thr> nret time will fier^enO to a ISfsbU ? U r.t oil ?-??? d< - ? ? ..hta'-.e | by s woman. She la Mise Ida H*<"k. ,- ?? e'hi enploy? ??ho wsa specially detailed for the r at ='-.t:'i - < ??"a*.- a cent a po ? ? Lric etork, *hkh srsi I fted .? hal ! -' Colonist one-way tickets on sale every <!a\ up to April 15. Good in San; a Fe tourist ileepem and < I Personals ? ondueted exi rr sior.s tri-w?tek Fred Harvey meal ?servit Go r>o\*, ar? se whal ' i | offers horpriclr' - Aik for ou? land :? ? It M I N and frr- eopy o? *' ' ;" I j Also about ?"?ne far? t .t rot r..-. , j.? Calilorn?A Spnr.fr e> ?rursion tickets, Ipril ':.", u Maj f>. Honored on Cahiornia Lin. > ? THE PRESIDENT S DAY. I l'i ?in Th* Tribune Bsi Washington, Aaril &. -in ?-pit? of th? i-ir-;.- number of callers to-day Prssld?snt T:ift found sonv Hme to work on ?he .ms?? er t<? the L?odge resolution cslllng for information regsrdlng the alleged ef? forts of Japanese lot? rests to scqulrs i ,,:,i on Msgdalens Bsy. it i?? probabls thai ?he reply will t?o t?. the Senate ta norroa, The aerssan ambassador intr<xiu?-e?t the new military attach? of the em? baesy to the President among ihe Whit.- Hooss callers were .,,? i e-President. th? gecretsry of the Intnlor, th? Postniaster Oeo?sral, Bena? -?m?. Dilllngbam, Bmlth, of .\n aona; Cliambwlain and Guggenheim, ntatlves Bartholdt, Malby, Dan forth, Hamilton, Crumpackw, Klnkald, Doughton, Reese. Bmlth, Wilson "?Od Weeki ex-Representative Bennet, Min? ister Bgan and President Donlsn of Cteorgetown University, ?ho was accom - ; nh , ?? Father McDonald. Th?- Presiden! look ? long *"?'? lat* this afternoon TAFT HEARS GUGGENHEIM Scnntor's Brother Complains of Inaction in Alaska, ? i.-,,),, - ??? au ihlngton, Aprils. Th? Presldem - ...i , hearing to-day to Dsnlel Guggenheim, who w? pre-woted by hbj b?other, the B< ?? -rom Colorsdo, and who was sm to learn from the Presldenl what, ii any, . -? ibero va? of congress - srrying ? i , .frect the i-ecotlimenilHt!? 1. .-?her on his return from Masks - - u ths reqwsl of the President ... retar* of the Interior end Vice - bi erraan were pre ? i I Betreten Fisher explained to Mr. Oug? . ither ha nor the admli Is ?joarn had deviated from tbe policy laid down i y him and indorsed by th- President j laat autumi W< saM further that both the | nd himself had done everything wer to Induct Congress to tarry ; \'n--?-a v..tnmendatloi a in vies of ?i.nfllctlng politics of ihs two Houses, the ems?. mlarepresiBntatltms ... Repi?ntatlve Graham, sn Illinois Dem ? ? ? Wlckersham, th? dele- j - om Alaska, snd the thoroughly un? F-atlsfartor* outcome of the fsrclcal Inves? tigation of th? Controller Hay Incident Mr. p-gher compelled to admit that the prospects for constructive legislation in ac? . with the recommendations of the administration wer? tm from bright Th? Prealdenl and S. ?retarv Klt-her are gi . rj that th- nresent conditions In Alaska, due in large part i?> link of needed mom. ar?- deplorable, bat Mr. Fisher I . had far from given up all hope ol sec iring some of the mor? important .nit?, at this Session, although he ??ras not in s position to xi?'?' any assur? an? ? - s<-< retar? F*isher explained that Reptrs sentative Plood had Introduced a r?solu? ?-..?, which s'otlld create a. commission t?) j Investlgati conditions and pass upon the j merits -.f the propositions advance by the f administration. When this resolution was h '. ? Interior Department for com-j men! Mr Kither returned it with the sug? gestion that ihe proposed commission should ha authority 10 report to the Presl .??II-.. that th? 1 ?????i. d legislation sho-ii?i be passed subject 10 the report 01" the commis ? ?i that by th!? means much time would be saved a? it would he unnecessary t<. awal! f'iriher acuoii by Congress befoi ? beginning some, at least, of Ihe tn??re Im portant work. I'? recommendations Of Se.--ftary Fisher, wh! h the Preslilent cordially Indorsed, em? bodying them in his messsge of February 2, Included tbs leaelng 1 y the government ?f Hie government coal tl . phosph&t? atvl Other hit "Is containing non-metalliferous I metals; the construction by the government ?.f a railr,.ad from Bewsrd to the Matauska cosl fields, a dlt-tan-e of .?bout two hundre?! ; miles, .md the appointment of a commis? Including two army engineers, to ex? ' ainine and r? port upon the available routes ? for such a rallroa?!. with an estimate of I tb?- value ef the existing, parti?' Construct 1 e.) railroad and of the coat of continuing the railroad t?. the proper points In th? 1 1 anana a:.d "i -ikon vail? J B. The chief complaint ol Mr. (.nggenhet-n was that his company had Invested 130.000.? 000 In a railroad construct?**] primarily for nrpose of hauling COal t?> the sea board; that the ?an-?-nation ??f all pending I to coal lands bad left the railroad with no earning spaclty, ami that until the leasing bill advocated bj th? ?-:i becomes a las the Lnteresl ??ni . nouni Invested In th> railroad must 1 dead loss t.. th<- lavestora Mr. Guggei ? ind I Is associates have gi\?n no intimation that they will lease coal proposed lew, but have ? -?!'? ssed tl ??? ef thai numerous would? ild .?;.i- 1 ?? - soon a- a prac? ' BS ciKVted DIX REPRESSES LAWYERS Vetoes Bill Permitting Self.Em? ployment of Executors. ti ip? '?? Tl - Trlb 11 1 Albany. Iprll 5.?Governoi Dl* signed thirty-five billa to-dsy and announced that I tO-mOrrOW he would add flfty mor? lawi ! to the statutes j The Governor veioxi th?? bill ?-f ?Senator I Loon.;-. 1 ? ttlng a lawyer engaged at I an executor or adn ? to employ ? bims?-lf 1er legHl services and to ?11?)'? himself ."?-.'a compensation "as shall ap? pear to 1. ? Bui ?? ? |ut! arid rra Isonah . 1. - bill wai Igorously at? ? - before both hoi lei ? and th? ? ;.or In his vet,. that, while it might be In I.'" ' soin'- evils in th. nebt of estates p .......l the proposed .1 ?, ? . ? ? ' 1 1 onsid? 1 I? absolut, ij wrong In 1 h 'II r ' he ^..i.i. "fo p? it.m -, trn-trr -, ' '''i?i.itio foi settling -m ?-?-tat?- U ? b; lav? ai . 1 ? ? ? . ntag? to chart for pi ?? rvices rendered attoroe? to h .,.-? If ? ? ? nor Dl> 1 Ign? 1 the 111 01 At ? I m ..f Kli ?? 1 -.-pre- .e n! and 1 hah man ???... I?,? I , iri| of Ai.1? 1 ' . '. ? ' .-, lh? as II 1 ? i" ? tl tli? ?-..'.?? " - . ti ??? r. ? < . ??? ., na An?.- that / 1 ?i?. .i- polni ntmi ? ' 1 th? and 3d .- ii ? bi ??? Ing ed rtl m< ? > 1 -i. ? fork ? ....... I? lei ' ? '.. lur? t 1 Th? - bill lo ? - ? ? ., ? I 1 . 1 . I ... ? -, 1 , , , . m I h? ? . .... ...... haul ?1 Qett>s The < I? 1 FIGHTY ?UTOS BURNFD IN CARAGF ? THEVAyiJV WASHING TOJ* ? Th* Trib?ne Barest! 1 Wsshlngton, April '?< rRF.SIDENT'8 HANDS OFF. The President has in the last two ?tar mad.? It 'iear in his friends from Nei York, Including Rspreaentstlve Csldei Bsmuel S. Koenlc. prcei'hut .?* th<- N?-? York County CommltUS, that he will t.ik no part In tho drafting of the X. -w foil S'ato platform. Ha dost not bailer? would h? expedient for him to attempt I control the convention to the extent ol ad vising what should h" Inserted are' v. I ? Id ?>.. omitted from the platform. I | win, in ii's estlmsUon, be Ume enough t?? him to take a hand in platform msklni I when th?- nstlonsl convention n ? ? cago, i? hss boon reported thsl Sttii ?'hatrman Barnes purposes to devote hi ?energies to seeurtni a deddedly conserva live pronouncement, sad sum- reports g? so far sa t.. aeeen that Mr. Bsrm .?eck to embody In the Instrument an em phati.- repudlstkm of the re<*sll of ludida devinions and other novelties now h.? popu lar with a faction of the par-,?., iv Tsfl win r.-'t sdvlse for or agslnsl thli course. He pointa oui thsl he has atate? hi* own position with all the frankness h. could command, and he bellevea the atatei should be free to pursue their ?. w i. . lurs. In drafting their platforms and thai al thai la required of him is such a franl -. nent of where h? stands, that nom ti. ed lie It the larh n gardlng his viewi and noil ? "ri ' ' ? ' ? '" r ?' '";'' '' '' '' Henstor Root liae b?een doing som? u.>nk on the New Tori Ptate pi itform, bul if e hai h.- will <????' u II ? 111 not ? reai Inl rm th. . - .?,.,H of . la does ? ,-t the Pi sld? nt will "??t - | ? itfi pleased if th? New Tot k . closet] accords with hit views t''at he can lly, Bui if i' la n?d I I will o-'? Biter hit views ??? * i ? t it. an?! when the national convention mo?ts he will undoubted)] exerl la Influence to have Its plstforn embody the beal that Is t ?> he toun?) li^ all the state plstfori ta, The hsnds-off policy which th? President be? lieves i? propel foi him lo pursue with re gsrd to th.- New V'-rk State platforni do? not, of course, appl> t" the Ohio plstform, and if Nie convention <-i his osm state is controlled l>y his friends, as he confldentl) expects, he will doubtless have som? sdvl. ? to clve regarding the framing of the plat? form. NEW YORK'S DELEGATION'. .Much interest attaches to the question of whether or not th? New Y?>rk convention "?il Instruct Its ?!cle(.'at?s for Pn Idenl Taft, i ?f ??ourse, thos? who are familiar whii conditions r?silie that it ?will be a most a solid T. it delegation, whether In? structed or n?.t, bul it la airead] evIdenl that 'tho rtooseveit propagsndlata are pre? paring to make all the capital poasible out of ? failure to Instruct. The Roosevell people ar?> already circulating "conflden tial" BtOfiea tO the effect that they have '.?Died written pledges of support f?>r their caiidl.lute from many delegati I ??'?'I OH the understanding thsl they would support th-- President, th latest tale bring thai they have secured thirty-two auch i I The fiienda of the Prealdent take no stock In these stories, which they appreciate, are merely circulated for their possible moral effect In other communities, but it Is realised thai an Inatmeted delegation from \<- - York would have a strong moral i if.- t and ? ? iid be desirable. Of course, it Isreallz. that New York did no? Instruct for Mr. T.i-'t four years ago, nor ?Hd a number of other states, Including a majority Ol lh( NOW F.nKland statex. Sow Jersey and Del* swsre, a total <?f nine in all. Bui if th?> New Virk stat?- convention faiis to in? struct iliis year it win unquesUonsbly af? ford material for a cry Of triumph by the K ' evelt campaign msnsgera a cry which, despite Its hollowneaa, may ?!? f dot ?i la number ?-f th< rotsn ?tatea THE MARYLAND PRIMARIES A demand more vm?if? roos than ?ni ?gent foi ?Presidential preference prima In Maryland will probsWy resuH In the ictm? -i' of .1 pi m ai j Iss in thai 1st one m he h f ir from fulfil? thi Ideal of t? lili ? nl advocate? of ? popular prim ??mi one which In Ita effecl will cause a ? i latlon of the .ail for the Republican : tlonal Convention. The Legislature, w) di nlnated by a I ?? n? cratlc i !?< art hostile lo all pi Imsi ?? , I a primary las which wipes oui dl ti .i v m ..i ? th. - itlre dsl? gallon to ? -.? -v ??., la nv ? [?polar arlth a r? '??rite of 'h- votei I. 1 of his atSI ing in Individual ill tri? I In effect, the fore, ; he Unsl ensci m al of this law t amount t-> imposing on tha Maryland d? gstlon that unit Isw which hai b? n so e phatlcallj :? .!?"< t- ! In i'-' publh at conventions There la evei? pn eel :i thli bill v ill i* i orne a law Qoven . , who Republl? - has d?ecid m . i, w ? ' th clamor t >r primsr and Hi?- mlsrepresentstioi of the Repu! can altitud? which -h<- auppot t m of Co n? l Rooscv ell have without wai rsnl icrlbed .?s hostile :?? primaries, thi ? factor: Mil is, h ???' ni do i- tt. than i Ign It. Th ? lection <?f stab delegation by stst? -wld - rlmsrl would, of < out se, gh e the ns onsl ? onve lion technical groundi on whl h to r<M? 1 tin- del? gstlon. bul lhal cours. If n??l like tr? be pun. espeelall as thi ? '. '? gallo from California and Oregon wlll'be in ll It has )?? ?? i .."I that t situation is th. satn.- in the case of Not i ' '??.:. but thai It Is n.I ' that state h'is r.e.er ri,\i. e?! Itself Int ' ???? . |] iti m? m ? ' ? ? i 'on ?a '?? Il <i. ted at 1 !;?-." DEMOCRATIC FCONOM'STS MUTI While ?h.- Democratic eeonnnt Is of 1 Housi sal sllenl a? ihe aphlnx, the Hou? adopted to-daj ?. resolution givit Judii irj ? ..-. h ii-.-.. carte Manche t" 1> cur . i its peoposi d lnv< il ? ? ?.nej irual ' '''?' ? Houi.n mitt. ? ? v? nos ' d * Ith si i tj tu pursue t1 ??? ? louey devil Th Hanking I "urn < 'ommltte? . pi .-, of thi m-, estlgation an the Judi la i j ? ... Thi resolution adopted by the llouae to daj placed no llmll on Ihe expense of th tigstli n, bul autliot ix? ?1 the ,l : Committee to summoi ? sltnesees ?. ii may a? e fit and t' make th? Inqulr as i? pint the membsra of tha I ? ? mitt?.- H...V desire In connection with th. creation of another investlgsting commit ? ? Rcpi ? s ni.in-..- Ma nn, the mlnorlt; ?. reminded Ihe House that the vari oum Investigations heretofore authoriaed bj lh? Demo? ral i of th. House hove coal about 170.400 and accomplished nothing "Thi- money has been expended without noticeable results so far as i have ascer? tained.' said Mi. Mann, win? contented hims.if with a re? Ital "f fact? and Usures. ius occaRions Mr. Mann has em barrssaed the Demo rats by pointing out th.-jr liberality In appropriating f<>t- Investi? ga! "ns and pensions and tbeir penurious* in spproprlatlng for the armj ? I rj ntid for ihe maintenance of other government institutions, it remains t.? be seen whether the Judiciary Committee will 1 " ? t .i real Inquiry of the "mon? y d< msnded by the Bryanit? s In the House, or whether it will follow the lead oi the ?Banking and Currency Com. mittee, which has been strangely li sin... the House authorixed II to proceed with its part of the general investigation of tin- alleged financial > topus Both committees, however, have been glv? understand that 'hey will not be stinted in their sllowance for expenses, and k is il least a tin? imitation of an Investigation will soon be uni i I G. G. H, IKNOX SEES SAN JUAN HILL Secretary of State Pays Unoffi? cial Visit at Santiago. Santiago, '"nbn, April .".- Becretsri ol Plat? Knot ar-Ke?l here this afternoon on hoard the 1'tilted Slat?-' gUnboal Kagl? from fJuantanamo. A! ihr. request of Mr. Knox, who d?sslres his visit to he consid? ered an unofficial one especially in view oi this bf-ltiK lioiv Week, no functioni had la-en srranged for his entertainment. Th? Becretarj and his part?- therefor? spent th? afternoon sightseeing, and to-morrow als will occupy their lime hy visiting points ol interest In and around Santiago. Mr. Knox will i?iar?t the cruiser Washington to-morrow evening and sail f.?i Kii Jamaica. Contrary ton [ Secretar;. irrlval ere to-da y i somewhat of -?i1 official character, foi h? ??i. metal the pi?, and welcomed bi Rosi v.. Holaday, th? American Consul; lh? Governor of the Province of Orient? the commandei of the rural guard, the Mayoi ami fu? Councillors "f Runtisgo, tentatives of tin Chsrober of ? ummerce, representatives <.; iii> Archbishop 7)f Ban Usgo snd the British, French, German, Brazilian, Argentine, Colombian, M Korweglsn, Banto Domlngan and othei consuls. A troop of caval ? ,| the Secretary to his hoi ss offl ?? ? of th? rural -k-unrd wer? atatloned thtr. to attend him. During the afternoon Mr, Knos ai party ? li It? d i i famoui San i ? battl? Held I i? formal ? nterl ilm th? Sec? tan '? i;i lake : - where Mr. Knoi will. April n. The ? 'ul sn .govi p ,.; ? ???' for th purpoa WILL DANCE TO TUNE OF |106 ?Tmasnrer Tol1?- Sad Tale of How Gi.ls Drove Boys from Club. i The -' ond u nus ' i il In? ? ?? Armadale Social I lub, a? Hennlngtun Hall. . | itreet. last Chris! e itl? k< Is id ; mltting on?-. Including wai di ob . lui ne?l out.? . in-1?. ,|. "? ? ?. ? I? Rosnfsk* and !'? b< i ? ??? SI ? i ta *-? ? appealed vesterdaj In the Toi ' lie?.11 to chars irer, with 1 I proceeds of i fi inci Id the mi ., v . . ' ,-..,-.!. to ki tb? ? ? ? aniza lion and ? good II lur? ,< thai Ihe . litoi r?l 1 ? Monti '?'< ?? ? Ihe i I thai b? his - u loi la i?Jan?e wss ?c?' Ihe mule membei -i Ibi I d 1 '!'),?? girls I, ,?! ,it1 ' ..-4 I, i,];,- 11? ii? lina i said lb? |<jiiv?-n ', of I clllh unit in ml . I ? le lei | I.Iiei : -. ? . Util ,|l I ! Rud? Imal - - ' ' ? I- -I I-? r. l! ? KO? .1 lie I . . , i.. .... i ' -i (erds FAVORS EIGHT HOUF BILL te Committee ?Eoporl Momu ? A! f? ting Go . imont Contracl ' i iboi ' " -.rk bj pi Ivati on i ? rs a day waa e I . ? ; . i , ? , ,, '1 h. ? ? ,,n tracte slin n ? i pan i ?i,, . onti .h.i-oh'iactors ... i .?' : ? ,, in? ?.a land ? ? vat? Ira ? "RULE OF FEW MUST END" I La Follette Reiterates Statement in Many Nebraska Speeches. Lin to ?; Neb . April ?. ?Beginning a Uve eaking csmpslgn In Nebraska, Ben Roben M Lu. Follett. to-dsj travelled over t i ? ? lies of the ', state a I mot I to Ihe K ?? and then ! doubled ba it. reaching Lincoln for .? onset* ins here to-night During th? da) ?nd evening Bei toi La Foil? lie made I hes, b< aides neai Ij 1 ko.( short , talks at the dlfl plac is "Thi ' v ist en?l, and the v h??:? 1 ive a voice, ' was one | ? ? 1 i. reiterated statement? of ; the Senator. Ths til for Hi? musses tu assert tliernselve? i, . longei accept Ihe di< turn of leaders who i e th? - ?' ? elfish j :?? In- ! terest ? li?- said hi h id ?' mi to S I I 1 tx ? ?;?!'? \ oters of the sr ite were \ I? 1 rjgr? ?s|ve an I i .. I??ngi - silling to ! at? ii by the int. reats. Di rln 1 ' t ,i,,. h? na le only Indlr. ? ???? t?> ! i- . iid. 1 ? ', t and Colon? n th? Pr< si 1 1 nal ??tht to .1 .,\ i? 1 . ise he bell? vi d I to battle for 1 c f.rln KOENIG MADE CHAIRMAN. el 8 Koei elect? -I chi ? of tu.- < \. cutlvf commltt? e ol ':? : ubll ,m commit te? il a me??tin(? held at 1 ?- 1 -.h iding yester .1 noon. ? igden L Mill? " .?? ? ho?< 11 . 1 toi n Boyle |i *? la WEAK ON MEN OF THE DAY , I California Hish School Students Know More of the OH Romans. L?| 1 :?? d. 1 ? ... ihe San 1 N01 1 . . 1er th? I] pxa ?in? . , ,..| are In tin ? ? nl m. Itiii) 1 ol ? ?n and lia ?< .'liai and ' ? (?m ?.H ."i liappi 01 tiit? rather ? than 1 ''"''> lo ? ? ers he alta ' ,.?-.' ? tal? - r hia m m topic il- r them: ? . ? .1 I ?? ne , . .,1 - Mi ml ? of ' ?:.. k--r T. W aahlngton in -d ? d ?' "P01 rio 1 ? .-... vn earl l'oriuguee. , v. 1 i-.i- 1 ' : ? ? ut MaJ .re oui 1 ? ? 1 ., h.. 1: ? . ? . ? ? ? ' ' '?ni i of the 1 te.-i 1 .. ? . i,, i ?-*> TTrn BOLDIERS TO STAKES Army Lieutenant Who Rom troni Rank* DtfmJ i d foi Ornelty. ? ? kouta, I , offli ? i.. [rom tli? the reci , of a I 1 ? - ? II 1 - 1 and ? .it. 1. ?1 uts. ?AFTER ILLINOIS VG1 Roosevelt Begins To-day ! for Delegates There. TO SWING THROUGH ST Spends Most of Day Preps for Battle, Making Ft Speeches on Way. Pittsburgh, April I. on bis sray t? to throw himself Into the Bgl the minois delegation i?> the i.epu National Convratlon Theodor? Uo< ed through Pittsburgh to-night train was an hour and I hall late expected to reach Chicago ?.; I '?'? ? t ??morrow morning. The i ??ion?-! spent most of tii" ?1 iv li paring ths spasch which he Is to ?? In ?Springfield to-morrow ni<ht. and 1? to be the prlndnai speech of ??:< palgn In Illinois. Only one speech of any length wi tli programme for to-day. This sri I klar tins burg, W. v.?.., where the <?> 'aiin?.i a! noon. A larae crowd !i pul Ile i iuai ?? heard the ex-Prei peal for supporl .?i the lountj convai tn , ?? held to-morrow In Ifartlnaburg. During the run from Parfcersburi train ??us held ut? for two hours b acctdenl to a train ahead, which ha?! tn? 'ra, k i nsafe. < me of th.- dr -vi,?? is ot a freight lotximotlv? had the rail an l, before the engine i dl . red ii lad gone for i???? mile or ground. The wheels had clipped off it?-- holding th" ralla Th President wss ssleep and kn^w notnit the trouble n wss Colonel Roosevelt's Intentio rest a? much as posslbli to-dsy snd t im p. ? ches from the train, but at a tl the crowds at il,., station:? wei ?i m1 la- spoke for a few tnlnui ,! in'l help p>- pie i" !'<-t. for i ml up through th?: professions! ticlans," .Mi. Rotssveli said In Connells' Penn. "What the profeaslonal poUtlcti ned with 's holding ids ji Tl f?.r. . I win? the real rub- ol lh" peonl s ,.n after bis arrival in < ';? 1:>. ?evell ?'? hi star! ?on on a sp? - i ?l t over th- Illinois Central Railroad for swing through Illinois. Speeches have arranged for to-morrow at Rockford, 1 l.i.rt and Hpringneld, and the colonel p ably ?.ill talk wherever crowds gathe Un- stations. He is to remain ii.-id over Sunday, and "" Monda) ?peak in ''luiii.n. Decatur, Monllc ? *! impalgn snd i tanvllle. POOSEVELT FOLLOWERS BOL" Deti -I;. April .'-. Two delegations of members, on- f"r President Taft snd other for Colonel Roosevelt, win reprei Wsyne County at tho Bute Republl Convention In Bay ?it? on April 11. i?,. ...'.int', convention to-day the Taft t elected in regular convention a solid ?I The Roosevelt followers, sftei heated contest, ?ailed a separate coni non and took similar action. FOSS DENIES"CLARK DEi Governor Says He Did Not B? gain for Second Place. [By r-bRrn-ii t,. The Trlbiue Boston, April l).? Tiie withdrawal ut V, ernor Foes from the state presidential pr erence primaries, which sre to !>?? held A| ?o, was not Influenced by a desire io h Champ ?'lark, according to tbe Qovern Th? friends of the Speaker hav? I claiming that the abandonment of the Fi candidacy was s covert indorsement their favorite, who i< backed bs Rep sentatlv? Curley, but the Governor stal to-nlghl thai this s.? nol so. H<? ade; that he had made no deal with the Bpeal whereby he ??as to receive second pis on the Democratic national tb k.-t. The alignment of forces for the primar na- settled to-day with th>- expiration th?- time limit f??r withdrawals from t i, an and I ?emocratlc tick I Tueadaj. Republican voters will expn their preference for Taft, Roosevelt a (.a Follette. The Iti-nio.rats Will deci between Clgrk and Wilson. The l?i Pollette leaders ?li?! not file Usl of candidates for delegates t<> t -, convention and the Roosevelt coi mil ?? fa I? ! to mi a vacancy In the ?ii t -i i list In the 1st f?isiri?-t, bUl will stri to win with stickers. Taft candidates a pear u. all dlatrl? ta. in addition t?> tl Taft and Roosevelt delegate slat? m candidate will run a? an Independe : -., Taft, and then are Independei , ,i ?itiiates In tl - different districts as we - t. headquarters for Wilson will I op? i ed here t-. morrow. according i" statement Issued to-nlghl by the comml :.. which placed rtovernor Wilson's nan ,. ol i state-wide campaign in h -t -.?m b.- start? <i >i on?*? MURPHY FACTION BEATER Despite Tammany Chief's Chai lenge Nassau Indorses Keith. Henry P. Keith, member of tii?- Peru? I siaie Committee from the SiiffoH S'asaa ? Ht-nate District, whose right to hi f:. ;,i has been challenged by orders ? rrilarles i-\ Murphy, was overwhelming! Indorsed al the reorganisation >.f the Na ?.;,u Count) committee al Minti?la, yestei in spin .-.< tie- efforts "f Murphy me to take ? ilttee away from hin ? his candidate, was elect? chairman hy a vote of ?'.; i?> 3 Then, jus t?. rnii it In, a resolution was passed prall ins Mr Keith for his Aghl attains Mm j hj '\\ ? point, ' H said, "to tl ! '. rnoeratlc vote of the Boro igl ol M u altan undei the I?. di |p of Mi iv has '?<??'' ? untinually ?i..?? Ini ? |i? i eas Ihe Demo? ratlc vote o upstate counties, which liavi resent? tin dl? tutlon ?-i Mr. Murphy, h ,?.- .-??n ? Hj grown I,, : ? i. solution ? '-nt on t?? su) i hat th? ?" would oppose lh? t.mina ii. n of an? ofll lal " ho mitt? d t? t ? rlli tatloti of Mi Murphy In th? .,.' s ' n j Refei --n,?-? v? m >,, th? State Controller, al the re ? of Mr. Mur] Mi 1 by IM-.vapi i 11 , ? A resolutloi was i ? ? > - ? i asking Mr Keith : iutlu. I?? lu??- Ml i '? SS) i mveil und .)"' n .;. Sumner U| point? d t< ? .\i -aulzatlon ?-f th? Suffolk - mlttei at Rherhead ? ? terdaj ?dwln d Bailey, whom Mr. Keith heal out as state i-o.illteeman, elected Super? v ? ? Milton Ib gers ?.f ish?, la] ? . an dldate to th- . halrmanshlp. Tho Keith i.. ople .-? Id? -i lo make no fighl . . lam Tl ? Senat? District commltt? ? a hl. b ? . ? . Ml Mini ola elect? .1 Mr. Keltl chairman II? eonl rol.? el hi of the vot? v ? -. ..u Buff oik i- ople 'mu they could not win i1 ? ? stayed home . : -. ni th? m< etlng of their county i-biiirti ? ??.-? i 1 Universally Used I r l'?>. vivrhty year*. a.s a keen \ relish f<>r numy a ?lisli. Q LEA & PERRAS? I SAUCE I s TMr osir.iN*L ?oaecsTcaaNias ft ; fl \,,??/.?i i.-tbe .-iii.iviiiriit of M?h. * W Soup?. NoHtlsi, OssgSBj ?revlea. M An Appetizer ? 'ROOSEVELT MEN WORRY ?Fear Anti-Taft Forces in Ne? braska Won't "Stay Put." ?CLASH WITH LA FOLLETTE I Colonel's Manager Admonishes President's Opponents to Stick Together. | Pronn Th? Ti m in?. Bureau ' Washington. April J. The ROOSSV? II ind La ?toilette force? in Nebraska haw ?Inched, with every prospect that the r>-su|t ?\lil l.e serious to both candidates John O. veiser. the. Roosevell m>?tins?-i-, i.-? ?ending through the stat?! a letter in Which he a.l moslahea all anti-Taft m?'n to quit attack? ing either La Follette or Taft and to "stay put "for the oolonsl. Ha refers to BOUM Be? t- ' agreement bstwsss Mr. Roossvell and Bens* t?jr La Pollette ftir "a union ?if delegatea to the national convention." und urge?? th? friends of the colonel not to get niixo.1 UD with the smbitJona Of ?OOVSraor Aldrlch or any one else. He st.; In order to conserve all our strength neither B?nstorial csndldate should be on our tlck?n. There are many reasons whj we should hnw ;? clear ?''?t tight, Instead of being divided by ?ny side jhsuc. i pr?? fet iiHlng this space for the Indorsement of th.- initiative and referendum. Acr-ordlng to Mr. Yefcier, the La Follette j p. ople are, contrary to the agreement. aup* pitting a Complets tila te of their own ? ing, and ha BSJTI : The La Follette organization In alther In* dlacrest or is trying to ?vork up antagon isms hy bringing in other tights. We do n?.t want a slate confounded with any Ol ??? name, whether United States Senator, Vlee Prealdent, Clovernor or national eonunlttee iniiii. This probably refers chiefly to the aml.l tir.r, of Qovsrnor Aldrlch to he the Vies?- ' PrtiBldSntlsl ? iimlidate on the RoOSSVelt Ui r-t, an smMtlon which the Roosevell men appsrently bellere In cherishing iti j public, but repudiating In privat.- Borne ! other paragraphs of Intsreat In ti" letter i The agreement between Roosevelt and i?a Follette forcea for s union ?>f delegst? s t?. the , national convention and Presidential elec? tora jetties that question. The men are all , rabie and cannot bo swayed from the, terms ?>f tint agreement, regardless <?f th. i b item? m ?.f Mr. La Follette or his man- I sgera against Mr. Roosevelt. We who fsvor ' Mr. Roosevell regard Mr. La follette a? a brilliant, .-non;; man. and, although wo re? gret his use of personalities, we \\Ml still keep faith with lus followers, regardl?>ss of ' S hat hi may do. It is unimportant to mid a national com* mitteeman to this ?late, as h-> does not! serve in that position until after all nom? ina tlona ore tna.S- This position wan ii-it Included In our agreement for thai very reason. in conclusion let me urge upon jrou for tl ?? ?rood of tho party not to Indulge in per? sons! sbuse of ?ither La Pollette or Taft. but go it strong for th" colonel Meanwhile the reporta which come from the supporters of President Taft In Ne? braska ar?) most en?30ursging In every re- j apect._ KENTUCKY SURE FOR TAFT No Chance of Losing Instructed Vote of State, Says Manager. i' -Tv egraiv? ta The Ti Ibsn? | i?nulsville, April ?v?Taft forces in Ken- ! tu Icy to-night are confident ?>f esrrylns; one hundred out of the one hundred and ! nineteen counties in Kentucky in the K? - publican county conventions to-morrow, when delegate? will be samad to the .l!s trlct conventions next Monday. Cenator William O. i'.radley, who Is handling the | Taft campaign In Kentucky, saya that ' there Is no Chsnee Of the President losing j th" Instructed vote ()f the state. Benstor Bradley, according to th? Taft plan of action, la to be mad? both tem? porary ami permanent chairman of the Republican Btate Convention here next Wednesdsy, He is also slated to go to tha national convention at Chtcsgo as 01 the dslegates-st-lsrfe. The trip of Colonel Roosevelt in Ken? tucky has e.!ven his allies here renewed courage 10 tak-- op hi*, tight for the Ken- ' tucky delegation, it i? said that the I: . m ?veil forces intend sending Contesting delegations to the state convention wher? ever th? vote Is close in the district con? ventions WILSON SURE OF 20 DELEGATES. Milwaukee, April ;,. -With Champ Clark , sure Of f"iir of the Wisconsin delegates 10 ', the Democratic National Convention, with two delegates from the Oth Dtatrtct In d'Hiht, and with Wilson oartaln of twenty delegatea, complete flgurea will n??t be known until tiie offl-lai canvass. Return? in on^ county were sealed and forward d to the state capital, and nona of the elec? tion officlala there were willing to dlacusa the result. a COURT DENIES NEW PRIMARY. .Instil?' HlFchoff denied yesterday the ap* plication tor an crier for tiie holding of a new Republican primary election m the L'Tth Assembly Jtistrlct for whi? h Louis B. Oren* n?-r. the Roosevelt l"ad<-r of that dlatrict, ?sk-'i. iSrenner declsred it was Impoa for ev.ry enrolled man to vot-- because ,.f the lark of ballots B. w. B. Brown, the Republican lean'.- of the district, ox pressed hla willingness tor a new .lection. but Im sai?! that be knew the result would be ihe same Justice Bischoff said that, there being no contention of fraud, he was without power t?. order the new election. L?M ?Ask President for Report of Federal Investigation. INQUIRY STILL UNDER WAY ?Mr. Nagel Replies Task Is Diffl. cuit and Will End Soon as Possible. ion. / . lent Taft for publication of the Depsrtm. . * Lsbot upon if Investigation - ? ber manufacturing ? hv" Contra? m HOC, was made public u , n- '?'*? N'??oi,al Lurabei -.:.. ?. ? itlon "? h. ??!!. twe?n iii. President and l , th? Depsrtmenl of ? oran >Ur Th.- \> tltlon . ..? representing mer? e and .,, ?' Don put to It by th?- ?on i tuat th. peopl. ? longet have t-, - . ' "?J to the luml er prxMlu ? ? ? ,..,, lr) Bin . Ltl. us, ? erlrti <i 'i.i.j. dl '??? President Tafi ., Secretary Sagei, who ? ?? ?.. Utude of the administr?t.? i ? . r 1 -o ?? -?? li ing I h< ;? it tary ?r Commet e ihr Im another appeal to President Taft in it is stated that while th C< mmen a and L&I ?r ma on Feh. ruary li, i:?n, a partial rep. t 01 r lu*s> bet Industry, it reist? d o ownership of - ? ?; ?(j. vane? ?i only one of 1 the ?i leg? ?i high price of lumb? ? p tlsl report Ignored the r? qu ' t" repoii particularly as to i ?if ? orabiustiona, etc., and therefore failed to gl producers ; ? which Me? at b confi rence with the 1 tar) Xsgel and Commissl? ? th, in Washington, un January 12, 1916 Ti lion says: Priera "f lumber al the milla advanced during the seven reara fron ? ??? to UM about H p. r ci r.t This c. the advance lu ? ? modltlra Wiiri; ent'-i so greatly loto tl.?I aial In pari to tt,. Increased va ?- of ttumpage Priera to the connut ter l sections ol the country romot? her produi Ing Beet . . im -.-i ; i in still greater proportion, due In nan t-> the exhaustion "f neai t-upplles, nuking necessary the p.?v ment . ? in '????.?* ? i iranspoi tatltoi cl ai Not withstanding these sufficient t?a-on it ?~ charged, and seems to hav? monlj believed, thai I ease at the mills was du? t.. th. ? controlling con I aenti commonlj known a< "trui the 'lumber trust" was ;,n?\ :- aL ,.-, aive ? Mit:. Been 1st | N .gel in his i th? lumb? i met 'a con | Isl ? report ef the Bureau <>t ? ' n ?? oaf] Important and relevant to I s Is* volved In the resolut) tigresa bat the amount of standing timber ..nd th? ees eentratton of its ownersh p wer?- absolute? ? nratlsl to the discussion ol ' - liona involved. The Be? retar) iayi ? ? bureau found ? wholly unespeetsd i"t < very remarkanlc ?ir-gr'-p of concentration o' standing Umber. It thus applied a ?eeond and ai.sui.it- ! ? as. ni .i baalc fa-1 :- th< fjl icusaion of lumber pr The Beciwtary ray? I potations has. considering tha magnltuds of the tas!;, au] led, ni ' rapidly a? poasiUo, and t'.?tt II carrying on an Investigation -no. coi tue m?thode, s report on whi. h will h? presented as toon sa posa ? has aN,. been cari- mu i.?w Into the actual < o irs? of ih haav and too. will ba i reseatei at soon aa Bniahed _??-? CUMMIN'S WINS AFTER TIE. Wat.-; I Isnstor A. B ?Cummins to-day won th? d? legs! to I Republican National Convention it? th. l>lstr;.-t COI '?> th? Laliot. Franklin County's ? ? 0vi ? t.. tl!?- Progreaalve ?Id? .break - ? desdlock v.inc. bega the convention began tiie Tsfl aid ? !?? mlns for?-, s m ist? rt d -? r? nty-tv row each _-?? POGGI TRIAL ON APRU. IS. The ease of LOUia Pogl " :"": ippesred the net N to be paroled for . couple of hours tn 'hs custod) of rtls at toi n? - Robert M MeerS b; Judge Crain and then dlsapi ? ?? plet? ly, ! a* he,-u transferred General B? sslons < alei lar to that Criminal Bmn. h of t - rt II win be < ailed before Ju itfc? I ?a .*? WILL DISCUSS SOCIAL EVIL. win talk t?n th? -? lltution. and I? r. 1 John- Hopkins Cnlv? I .*>???<! )i? quest! - an i ti,. uiiestion. v\ liai ai .; ;., take |l IOiSong others who will i are the Re John F. the Commit.i E Miner, and Mi '' '' ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES. ART EXHIBITIONS AND SAI.FS. rWk ?Wm,,An Am?8ino ind Beautiful Collection."~T ? ^ T?J No one an afford to miss seeing these Beomiifvl Objects* At the American Art Galleries Madison Square South. Noms Yorli ON FREE VIEW Q A. II. TO ft P. M. TUESDAY NEXT. LAST DAY The Noteworthy Collection of Rarr and Briotifu. Oriental Treasure?-? Formed by thr Late HERBERT G. SQUIERS, FORMERLY SECRETARY 01; 'Hi UNITED STATES TION VT PEKIN, AND LATER V S MINISTER TO CUBA "The Lett Word in Fastidious and Chastened T*s ?* n " ?1M,:' "Forms a Superb Display?" -ths. iikrai.i i TucsdjY Next, April qth i T OP ' Wednesday Next, April lOth 1 ,:J(I SALE i Thursday Next, April Uth p rv 1 Friday Next, April 12th I TO BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVI OR RESTRICTION*. B*l ( iRDER o:r 1 M lYHEW l> WSW RIGHT. \\ni;i! FARMERS' LOAN -iND TRt?ST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, INI? L'T< >R^* Ti,, Sa'" will bs ??.n?iu?Med t?v j|i?, THOsIAg i KIRBT. of 'h* AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, nnnager?. (jrA , 6 E*?t 33d Strc?t. MartlBon ?q. South. T??w York ?f? ?