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Favor Republican National
Gathering Next Year to
Fix Representation.
SAY CHANGES ARE NEEDED
Southern Disproportion Should
Be Remedied and Eules
for Electing: Delegates
Amended. Assert
Leader?.
Waahlngton re'... lt.?Th? prospeoi tot
? R''pi'b!.?*-!n nationa! ./or.' er.r:on next
fall to revise the rules governing the s -
1?. ?ici ol rational d'-)e?giitei. ..- I
? .:j?nge t s '?'a*.s c.f louthern repreaenta
. a*, rejr-i Is:- Republican conventions
**< rtr?:.'-th'"..(n to-c.-iv through expies?
> o? s favoring the prbpsaed nat;or.,.l
?-.'. Tir.sT hi 8?*r'ator Root. of New fork.
;?-*.<j isci.ato.- Ctatte, of Massachusetts
L?emard for a Republican convention
as been baaed oi the ??f.*ii? to make
welt changes that states **..: have thn
opport .r.;t ? to >-!?*-t lhali delegates
through primarias ai others Ise, ar..i to
l*u| oot*.n thi aumbei of delegates pom
tatas i-.a'Ir.*; _ light Republican vote.
? l am ii) favor of holding .? Republican
? oi.verti?,-: at s>i.;ne convenient Ums neu
fall or winter," -a ?i taiu?or Rao!, ?? io
\\a*> ?hairnia:i of lha Chlcaigo convention
'?st .June, 'tor the purpose o doing lw
things:
'T'irst- To :..a..e ie*..?-.-??'.'at?. ? In :??
?t.oi.?il con* e:.tio:.s proportional 'o the Re?
??ublfcaa vote, thai is can***ctlng the ?>'????
proportton In what '.% spoken of as ihe
?o'ithfiii rei reaantaticn
**e?joi.(i--To permit the Re? iblics i
each* state to ol? .? delegates to national
onventions In theh own way. so '?'
-. ?? gholcs la ea? h state will ?? reg ib i
.? XWiing te UM lav,-? of the state
In ord'r that these changes shall be
age Uve :; .? convs tlon to nominate a
rreaident. they must be mad? before that
? onver:tior:. . r.d thai can be done or-.'.
by a sp?"-.i?! convention Tb< national
o mm it. tee is still ro.ir.ii by t?" Old rules,
which ware sdopted by ti.e conventJi
***>. The) will have to call fhe nexl
? onventior. just as ihe* did the last oar,
under tbeae rules, inless a special ?ton?
vantitn Is railed to make the chs jei
? r?e i oortalnly o?.i-iit io no mad?
?er.aior Crane laid: ' i sa n fs
f balding ? Repul ... national cor.-1
?;.t?oi. foi the piar?.-. "? chi ging the
basis of representation lu proportion to
?ne Republican vo ind also to amend
the rnles foi th? sl?l ' of delegates
. i ici man*.'.- ,.s ma) bo deemed wie?
"iUstery has shown that ?? change !n
lbs tasiH o.' rogfessntation ?s noi likely
to be made at s Dominating convention.!
and tl.is ?mpha.-.i?'.' ;..<* necessity of a
?tifiini con vent I or.
No ts?atte steps have >ei been taken
toward isK.ire a can i?1? lbs conven!
BaprgMlong by morr.tei? or" \sriO..-< fa< -
Ilaag af the party iridie-.?;.* that effci r<
<vlll ta mad?? to bring Republicans from
al! atatca together within the pi sei
e?i fcr th? revision plans
FAVORSROCKEFELLERFUND!
__? ,
Senate Committee Indorses In?
corporation Bill.
Washing!? ?Tab If.?Th? proposed]
4M"Xio.txrj rt?->:;iefe..." Poaadattan f<
,-u?ne?*otent r?-:rpoi?es OSrMtltUtOS ? h I safes'
rHsposltloa that ran b? made of that pai'
of John P. Roi.ltefeller's immense for
taao. Is the ron-*':ston expressed in s mi?
orlty report from the Kenat? .Tndkiary
Committee, presented to-day, re-o-.nmend
1ns the passage of the Rockefeller Foun?
dation bill.
"This mo: ev j* r.ow In the *on tro! of a
private incivid'ia'. who DOOM, If he chose,
?liroct Its uee to purely private ends for a
rOMMwaMe peri?-??, after bis own death'
.??a?? the report. ' ir.??t..a.. of thi?. he peo* i
pose? to plS'e, It, rr:'.i)c t to ?"r.ngTf-ss. In
? ontrol of h bod*, of men not*.' a t-._'..\
administering well known charities Of ge?
knowledged '?be?nlne*?..
in an opposing rep-ort geaator Cultarson
?na?-!;s the proposed in..<*'rp"ratiori of the]
Rockefeller fortum- an th?* ground thai
it might give federal protection for fifty
.ir one hundred years to in fat emoint? of
??ecuritlea of th?* ?Standard Ol Company or
?.tl.er monopolio?.
The majority report sa; a the. hill l.a?
he??n ? hanged eo that all danger of an un
rottrictod perpetuation of fhe F-'a-sckeffMe*
Foundation is don?' asrav With
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I
THE DAY IN WASHINGTON
: ?- oa T ' '. - r . ? Bores ,
Repuhhcans Getting TogetH??.
Washington Februan II.
Kve**j ua\ ?'?on something to the eel
dcnce that th? Republicans of both fa<
tion.? of the part; are getting together
The liidor.?*"r,?.it of the La PeUette '..:..
b>* the B?sate ?steering commlttae, ? ms
Jortty of arhlch consista af r?*?-.' ? '??>. wai
related In thi.M <o!---r-i r?,.~i<> ?daya af>
Tf.'to.-d-?r tr.* more ; regra ;-i\r, Irtepubll
t.?n.-. began ac-airi to discuss tl? advti
abiiitv of a nattonnl convention catl?ad t<
enntocier th? q '?-stton?" o* limiting Booth?
erii renr?M?-'Mati<Mi m national COOVOntlOni
ar.'i of providing foi ad ?squats reoogmitior
of pop1'1*'' prima-rt??a in selecting dele
gatag to ihr national ?Convention o? tow
year? hence. ?Some of the ??.?'?rtir*-.
r.otab'.v the few Bull MOOsefl ifi Con
sre?** ?aid v.hcti tt\e\ he-Hrd of Uli?: "Jugt
watt till The r?*f ;!?r Republic?, n-? hear Oi
this ?nd nee hOW t!.' J Will ??tHtnp OP ||H
movfnifr.t. ' Bui th.* rfiriUr ?'.fp ibllcani
have done ::othin?< of the hind. Th*
bats learTi^'i thai M.'e subject was being
asitHt'-d and th?*- ha?ra ail dlacusaed thi
n.attc: with iriter^t ar.d even ?optimism,
stator? Pantos? and crane, for instance,
admit that soma such atip is an eaaentlal
to in?;?re I>p':ljl](ar. a ?<-er m four >'?3??i
hencf and o??lartt they are r?*a??: to re
crave tir- ?.?H,''st>in looking to the *'?1?
fm?e ?of the party, Inespeetlve of the fort?
unes of ar,> particular faction Eve?
William linii,?j>a. jr., who has been la the
< Ity ;?' *eatly, ha? basa brenght -'?*?' *, -
-gradation ?thai party loy^it.-; demandi
thai thoaa who n?and fot th?? principle
eapoused i y ih* Qraad old l'art- most
! >?-:boKiir!ut?- personal Intel ?.*'?? and prefer?
encea to the g**i.<-ri?i ?x,:far? and moat
nwlc? -material ? on? ?sSSloos In method*. If
' the? r<r- to promote the auccoas o* the
r<i:ty ?t a whoU Thlg situation li hau
. nd wormwood to the Bull Mou?"-.?.*;. who.
following the ?dlaintegration of thrti purt?.
In Michigan, are for"-<1 to realige t:-.at if
the Republicana --hoiv aa m i. h good nense
in. thus sueeaed in bringing about Re
-, ;' .:? a-., un?ti lh?y -Ai. i theii here will
be left ouMde th? brpaatworks. Ho.t.??
of t.i?? mote ?rampaal Mooaa Insist that
t'..*? discussion of i ??organisation ?lot t? the
lln? ??? i ,"t?;?os. 'i t.-' merely ? ;?? hems of Pen
row. Crane, Qaltinger, Cannon ?no t:.?:
rea. >t.:-.v'i.K to hoodwink Lie i>uiu of th??
party The fla-c In th- lain-,.- ' o-.r-,-'? of
the tecla tr.^t the iAnnt> fo.- r?organis?t " i
have been put forward h- tv h meat a*
jeo*f-r* 'A- f*ellette, Borah, Cummins
ana others who.???) i rogr??<SS|-?*eneas ranuol
be Queationed sad that th? ?regulars are
mere!? ?yielding to their views.
Grave Problama Preaentae.
l; i? i.o' ?denied that th? proposed ??
mini pi-eeents gi ?ve prohiba.i Foi In?
stance, there la some i ueottoa a? to
wheth?e '.??? Republican Xat.or.M Com
mitte ? ha* ti-.r powei to -ail a nstion?!
convention on ? : M?-i??'*ri. go to apeak.
Sorrif of tue sitMe-t authorttiea bellet >? Il
'hu, bit still there Is tUflerance of o-?..? -
:',..?. Then there :??< a question ?whether
So lth?rn repiea'nta.tio-1 in SIM h ? ? '-'" en?
tlor. COUld b? ''irtiiilfd m *1?W of tli?
fH.t that the national contention, af
vrhlch rhe national committ??-?? l? t ??
? r^atiirv. ):?<? flx??'i th- bagll '>t ?"??"?*?
-??MAtio'i Opinion aeomi to i?.o;- the
-a;h!:?r ci* a ionv?ntio:; with tii? same
repr?sentation as the last nati->r,ai con
ve*?'\of\ and thet) ha-.-lr p s.-h . oriT?^n*to:i
tSk? ?tope to ' irtail Ho'ith^-n *??;)-?
????r.Taticr: Th? popilar pnmftr?' ??chc-re
Also pr?sent? s?rto?.a dtiBoU|tt?aa b?-<a>ir**
in ti?? Boutbern stata?, abaalutely con
troii^ri by the f ?? i.v-j-ra'!? th?? R??p iMIegni
ire vr:tr.o?jt even a.-: -*ff?"ti^.' minority.
'r-opr-?- are many who Iml-tw e the Dea ???
< r-ju- In those >:.yet would n?t)t hesitate
t^> ta." any step neeeggar] ir t.wke
nugator; ail f '. ?> ,??? ? i h ; i r ^ n prlmsrics, and
that r>"r;?o, rata mi?rhf ?'.f:! ?et? m tb?
n*n.?ibij'-i?T: prtmarlee to effect th? ri-?m
in-ition of th- ?n*til.af*t R*B*NlMICan < ar.e.,
dnte Ti..* Wrotjrtttiyot, tayworet. beUjra
\thete liflkultle, csn be
If It Bhould pnrre w ? "*> l0 r"?r . ?
the -hi.ci.f -' gttsxsariet only In gute.
In which the lUpubliesna cm? ? R '.
, . ? ? ? ai? ii otn? .
per.. nias* ?I th? '?? ?? 7 .
S? tlon which la csrtsln U be botl < "
'.... ?d ?? whether deiegateo to I ?
11.. : i' ? on ? itio Bhall I - ? "" "
tri?.lorge. 1 ? r- ,,J' ?' ...
hai ..?a:- stood 1 -" ?' r" -;b C
nWonofthadUrtrtct-u.- unit. ?*?'"
LM?.n! who contend that it nkanJJ
L, back on that rn.'.'vi- ??. ??
tradition, of the psrt> to observed. eU
(i..... ; ?elf^stes would r?|>resent M
S. Ditto their ^rtjcourdlstrt^whl
the four,!- legate; '^'; . '/ J ,, ti?..
wo ;id he cboaen : ?? V*V* ?'
? ent'.!'1" state
Prsaidenl Ttft'd Altitud?.
I Wh!!- President Taft ia hesi-til* In
LTl? wHh the tnovcrnen?^ ??"?
?the part- and to Uke ??eh steps * ?
.... ... tske an extremely modeal ??
perty, and for thsi reason la ?rongi.
iLtc:,^!::'0;',--'-.;./,'
until nol be ale?e bul h ? ??*?" Ca
,n< bav? ? tired to prisate Ufe. 1 '?? ?
L, brti?^ th. mon wk.- b ? ?"? ?
t^nrttwillbefre?t..ctto.^ord^n
U?h their **?9fi???? J-?*?
1,.,-, sra bsmpered bj f? '-'f- ,..,ri/.r.
to htm er qu^tono of Personal eon- -
>,?.., which might roniuto sguinet their
..,,e freedom H .s i:. a-o,h?t.- ?tth
?a* ?new thai no definite Bteps MM
to the estsbllshment of Republ
iu.rter.in this city will to Uke? ,
?aW March 4. when.? iDconftd
Ijieved. th? ?ors- of the Pemv.T-1.. -1
ImlnlstratlD? will |1v? nbuntoni.m*m
\X0 ever* ,?omcit looking t.- Re?.-"
'; iiKcesa two and fo -:' ? urs '?' ?'' '
Senator O'Gorman Confident.
' The ?mb^onunlttee or the ?Senate Com?
mittee on ?"i 1? ? BuHcUngs r?*commended
. to the f?ll committee lo-da? an ippt
i prtstton of ?A?!?.?--**' fo? '?>-'??! '" ' ' " ''
?for noourthouse foi the I? 11 m ? '?"
of N'ow rork sM th.- .'. ??n.'.it Ben?
stor tyoormsn is resfldanl I I
! which ? ?- Btatufd In a bill offer? I
I him. will be adopte? ?nd l ' ' ?'? ??
I sdopt! u half th fight for a ? ???? I ??*'
: ,.rr ?riU have 1 ei ?? ?1 Tha OClormH
? ni rarri -1 an appreprl itlon "f s /?????"
ro? a alte fot .? pos?,.m - and b a 1 i?
house, bul th? - ib-? ?nimiitee red ? ? ?
?moui I to 13 '?"?/"? ?nd ?tru? k o 11 al ??
?stein . ? "tof?ce ?? ? tsai
ho..?ed in ti. pn -"vi tort.ee
,? ould nol - torn d ?" n mili - ??
, i.r.n e w?- found for thai
?In 1" remito. .eg-Ml. ' ; Prosrej,
made 'oda: ?a , instertsl ? '?l? I ? ?
direction of a ne* poetoftl I . ?
that Ihe sit- for ?le ne? ." ??'?>? ?'
*-. in r,,e proposed ?sew ??*v"' ? en r?
The Practical Remedy.
\t 1 w< ll?n*i fhsli man ol ???
., mfort ? omtj-iitiee sf lb? ??? 1 U ?ra
n.itt??*. is rt-.-f tncerned ov< 1
*iai r?iporl- were >?-?' bros?Jcs?t thi
out u.e eountn that the proprtet? ra of
Washington tot? 1 daring I * ?nd
bosrtlng ?tousei - - t r-p-riT.sr
"so'ig'- t!? strange within thrii r*< ?
during iimugurstlon w?m H< ssy.pi
ri.-.W be lowei than avei I efore, snd ? ?
.,1! viM'ors , -it. aecun *
Ins; to Ms committee Mi 0, ? ?r m t? -??
te -? opposed to *v" pe-"'-'- ? ' th? John?
1 ?01. measure ? hi? h Id : ike H h
den sanor for an: pro tor of ?
0. imudatloti? to ? karg? lirlni lrtaug?irs
? , ?. week .? :. '? hlgl '????' ? erage
<ii-rg?<i for the jest end?*? 1 ? rum
It Ii 1? marked, apr?i 1 '
t |1 that 11 ?? ouM BlTc ?..,???? ? ?? ?'?
esa'mt le 'o oth? 1 ? lti< 1 < . . ? ? ,
ent? rtain :?tge nun t?en ? '
bl Bsn :.? ?'?''? "? ?' ? ? r*'
mgton la aiwsya ?.'.ad to pursu?
IMMIGRATION 11 LOS
House Refuses to Override th
President's Veto.
?Fr?': II-e TrtSOII? V-.re?
UtjhingTnn. ~?b. i*-The House d<
<*.l.-.ed to-day to fol'o*? the ?er,at?* I
o<*errding the PreMdenl's VOtO Of rr
Purnett immigration bill, and thai mea.
y.? with its olijoctionable Utars y tau
war killed, to t?r as tMs gOSaion Is ?.or
??em???*). Th* vote seas IU to 114, with tw
Toting "pr-_*>r.t " This was ?even vote
fewer i han th" remilred two-thiroe Wh*
the bill ?va* fir? under on??slderatlon I
the Io?er body it? oppon??ntB we*? rere
ahle to mri'?rt?rr m'?re. fban abo.it ?"ight
?cote?
Repriiser.Tatires ?Thirle.. o? VSi*a:i'-h.?
setts: Saba-b, t? III mots; OrddfOgte, I
New York, and ?th*? Demron-a*? defenom
the Presidenta action. R?npr??sentiif!\
Moore, of INmnr^'trantr?. led The f*ght o;
the Republi? an tide again?! the Burner,
motion to override the veto The Burner
bill t.'sii *Jtf?f*p**oT?el bv President Taf
booausa of the lit-frat.-.- test, ?-inch pr?*>
?nfted that over?.' immigrant should tie re
quired to real!! h's own or eome othe:
laxi^atr*. ?.r diater-t "-?-for*, sdnvr-s'ori t*
Arrnrroui ahorea.
With many provlaiona of the bill to re
strict immigr?t!?: smd to perfect th'
handling of immigrants Prundent Taf
war In accord, but, agreeing with Sec
retai-y Nagel, he heJfl thai fhe liter-v*
rest ***5ig nni'i?t and ?so'ild d?*t?rtve o
American realdenco nmr,?- immigrant!
who rn'on!? make g<>oe ?*1tt*?en?.
While the debate wao In progr?s? ggjet
? member waa flitsodetl with telegram? ask?
ing the House to sustain th? PT'?ldent'i
veto These telegrams ?-ere ?tg*?***? bT
Lou!? N. Hammerllng of New York
president of the Am<irt.**n Aataxlation ol
Foreign Language Newspspeni ThoflSai
P. Reilly, chairman of the Mats?. hue?*tti
. State Democratic Commute??, lelAgt-??^."?
to all IVmocrats that Domotmtlr? su ce?i
In Mawaachiisvtta w?r.i!?Vb? imperilled "un?
less you sustain the veto. '
PRESIDENT'S LAST TRIP
Will Attend "Lighthouse Open?
ing and Din?er Here Saturday.
Washington. Feb I'?? Plant for Presi?
dent Teft'a Ia.it trip as Chief Bxocottvg
were made to-dar. The President will
l?a\e Washington on Friday nlglit for
New York to attend the beginning of
work on the National American Indian
Memorial at Fort Wadsworth. lie a\so
?ill st-terid the of-*nii c of tl.e new
"lighthouse" of flie New York Associa?
tion for the Blind ?nd will be a guest at
the diner of the American Peg ? ?i,d Ai
lltration 1/eagi.t All :he>-e ggalrg ??111
take place on Haturda".
On St.rida" the. Pr?-sid'nt will aiie.'.d
Shareh. and le^ve V??' Turk in time to
resOi Washington about ? p, m. ?r*-.
Talt and Mrs. Thomas Latlghlln, her gis
ter, will ?ooangaa) ll.e Pritstden? Tie ,
will lie g JistK in N'esr York of t..e p.?. a*. '
dent's bJ-other, Henry 9) Jofi
NOYES LETS MYLIUS IN
?
U. S. Judge Fin's No Moral
Turpitude in Editor's Record.
Edooofd F, tfyllua ? m .let i by ???
K: g,:*h i outi ?.f having i rimlnally libe ad
King Oeorge V at,o erd?r?d d< ?rt?ed by
th? local Immigration officiais si ??
.. .- .,- e alien.' ?? now at lib. -?? His
I release fr?.:.'. Bllli iH'ar-.n wh?ri ? ?'?
been detained for <? *?..< week? ??.?- effect
, en festeren: afternooi folio? ? * -? i
?-daten rendered In 'he morning In the
United States District Court b-j i'ircrrtt
.to,dy toal'ei ? . Moj as,
?t'.?gn Koyaa's decision i itsia?ed the
writ of babean oorpus m cored by Bhnon
O, Pou* k. attorney f"; M' Mua aryi >?i
der?-ri the latter*a lmm?edlate releaa? from
datention. What gCtlM will h?* t;?.ken '??
the fovarnaaani in the matter ???} appeal Is
still 'it.'ertaln
"In n.'- opinion.'' Judge Kdyes'e de
| r.aion said, in port, ?rh?en if has been
| ?liiTti itiai an ImnilKia nt hj?i be? n eon?
-rielad of g trim- Iba enly dut) of the
I admlntetrative ?attolola Is ta letcrmlne
whether the ? riir," ah*? ?hi he < lassffied 11?
o'l?- Ineolvtag moral turpitude, ??oeoraing
[to us nature, and tiot ?acoording to ??.
paiBoulai faeta and clroumstances ac?
' ? ornpanrit/S a ? ornmisMon ,.f it
' i.'pon the whole, I am < ompei'e.i t?, the
concl iBion that the Olfonoe of ? rimla '
libel ?joe? not In ita Inherent nature li
solve moral tu***Htode, aim rii.?' classify?
ms M onB-n 'h>* immigration ia'v. li mus?
he da.?1irnntad as one whr h ?oet not pol
. ?ess that eleiTi? nt."
j .t.rige Nn???n further sla"s ihnt the
<:on'-l'js)on reached }?>? him do??" not In
[gay wa-- miritmtr.e the gerloui character
Of the p??t!Uon?*r> get! Hl al-o las th?
followlrw ?r> ?a- .
If or.lv the persons who publish fslse
anu dfiHrnAtoi v libela ui?n int?ut to In?
.frr" ware criminall) Habla f,.. them there
would be no ?difficulty in finding moral
| turpitude in the offen, e Bui th< ?la? ".'
' ill?*; f'?r the protection of society ?a.,?"' f..
beyond this Editors and publishers Iih\.?
m tho past been liHri criminall) responsi?
ble for the publication of libels whoU;
without their kr.owlerlire it, auch <??s<*s b
firdtng of ?guilt doei not establish moral
?depravity The offence i? really on'- of
negligence and does not tn Itself .-h?,\,
moral hd-~fii<>- Corporations ?are con?
victed of lihfl, b'it th'ii guill hsrdly Im?
pit's fhc-lr ir.or.il obliquity.
Void of his rHeas? Has received bj
MyHvg al tin* laland ghortly after :
o'clock, anu ?I I'M O'clock n? left the
tsisn?.! b) tic ferryboat
"Vor th<* present my plana aie u:..set?
tled." Mr llyiius explained "1 hope to
do Jooraalletlc work hen- In New Yuri?.
and affr / bava ma.J' enough money i
bop? to go bach 10 Hngiand anrj establish
a paper to ba'tle ?usiiiH th..- principles
of m ?anarchy, i anea written ?-e\erai ar
tides -i?aiing ?ith my Ufe bt Bggland's
pruone. and with the treatment given me
?aa a?"jijtit of un stui;. end these i begs
t.o ha1.?- published."
w*-,. ini n l ??'?. II Be? reta age
????hu ord-re.j the deportation of bldouard
F. M " ???. ?le*- -r.-..? rliei
?l'idp' Coxe'i lecisloti that ha prebabl)
v ? ? !?? i ;??"?:?. the ? a*", ?? tli. !nclud?sd il'.e
question mi.'-'ii" ilhellit ; s kins va.? r?.
rrirr.e hivotvlng r orsl turellud? Like
t??* .'ss'ro tuAf. tli? sppeol probahl: ?111
?? dire ' : thi I ultra 8ia'?v Supr?me
Cauri.
BEST FOR PUBLIC, 601
CONFIMRY-?M
? U. P. Chairman Opposes Open?
ing Terminals and Through
Tracks to All Roads.
$1.500.000 NOW AT STAKE
California Commission Hears
Western Pacific Objections to
Granting of Application in
Dissolution Plan.
Ban Franeisco, Fob It-?"1 tails ? ?'
would be bes! for the public to opt :? thest
through tracks n> ail lines .?n'1 give ail
linos equal um- ?>?: ???.-mir..?, facllitiea." de
dared Hoher?, s. Lovett, chairman ol the
! Untan Pacifl? Railroad, t.. the itate r..?..
rn-rt'i Commission to~dey, relative t" the
Bacram<*nto snd Ban Francisco llnss foi
t?.e ;.,?T,t use ?'f ?rhleh for ?? terra ?-f MB
I years the Union Pacific, the Central Pn?
- and the Southern Pai lllc companl?M
! .. mad? applteatio** Th? granting of
tl.e ?,?.].??. .tu.i, v..s opposed bj it tor?
r ???. ? fot the West? r n Pactfl
Mi Lovett's statemenl eras in reply to
. 'i',.-?t'.or arhetbei the publii would be
I more ben Bled b] granting the appU ??
tlon oi throwing Ih? i? term nal inca open
lo all lines.
i "Bul i believe." sdded Judge Lovett,
"thai SU? h ..n "i.lei " ?j lid a mount to I on?
? * it loi ??? ? tor. it-- "
ti . a. !?... atlon hi In ? mneeti : " "?
\.^ dissolution plan of the Union Pacific
and the Bo ith? rn Pa? '.? undei the re snt
or'!.-! ..f th? Bupr? me Co -rt of the United
star,-. Mr. taovtsti said lbs Unton Pn?
? iflc planned to b i tl ? Central PncM
-re- . foi .t:-".Ce?,' a? umlng its hoi ?i
,, indebt? In ss of IJW.tWO.aod, because it
1 .'.?.- thought tl..' th- ?hoi i haul |ln s
would prov? mon profitable.
Could Buy It for a Third.
if it were simp ? o if d< ?Ire '" rea? b
thi Ps III? Ocean from Ogden. when our
lfm r,..v\ ends, a? co dd pui ? ?<???? th''
Western !'.? d? loi .? ti lid o? RO? " "'* ? *
I ? 'ball i sn Lovetl - ild
.-.. ? on '.' t ... 11;.- Hat t;*. sn exe iltves
? thai Iheli |>lan? would be sfpravod,
\i: Lovetl told ti;.- commission that they
had staked tiMb,tm on the haue A ? n?
j di. its of tank? rt bad ?been i rmed lo un
| oerwrlti the p n ?se bt fore Mar h II
..r ihe Central Pa Ifti h the L'nlan Ph?
tifie l : v. ?: ?<-.????. tl ? Uni ? ?V-.-i?' i to
forfeit lo the syndicate : pet cent uf the
amount Involved plui one a '??<!'?? i ?">? !
pet ?.?-.? ?. ,, ?...,...-.. s ibouM the agree?
? ? ?. fall of ratld? atlon elthet bar? oi
? - I*| IH gtateS l'.-'i- ? ? t Hi
Th? ?.. e tioi ? . :.!- *? I vestsrd ? by tba
Gould intereats to ti.e final approval <??'
! the t*r lon-8outt.cn P aivsoluti? ?v'-a.
wore inexpected. The Western Facia
i:-:in..?; ?rhl din ' i impatltoi of
.: ??..' | illfornlg h igt?
noss snd which Rlsd protesti ggalnei cor?
tain details of th. arrangemenl thi lbs
iii ? ?? . ? .?-..I Pa? Ifit lo the !*r.-.on
Pa :? .- maintained ? passive a?"
<- n II g th? i ' | ?tlStiOt s
\t tr.e ttma of ths official announce?
?mont of thi p ??. i be 1 rtbuas p.r.n*?ii out
it friction might < ?r In California,
. ? '-a- .. - tarn - osiflrmed as
???tions i mm tafors the
m as m ??'? 'h^t state
?Home: ' > era!? bowevei ex?
it the op loa that ths >'? set* m Pa?
? Ilong are ol.mparts u s
s nform? ths allfomla < inn i
von thai thi prots led Items .<;?? no! ???
e. ntlal to lhi dl lutton | n sad es i
-i ? ii if
'i he -" ?-?ii? rn Pg I! Is ? ntrc \tt\ : the
Denvei *. .". ? Orando, a*hl? h owns V-v*.?
r.., , ,- ? ?? f.,i,. n, ,i,? :. f . ??. ?...,.. a
?ti?. ?'?r.inrl. .? 1p > ?.v. r.. the Western Pa?
? He's tk\b9,9fti aeeond mortgage ? i si
LT.t bat ?.?
- a>
PUJO COMMITTEE'S SNAG
Unable to Draft Law to Curo
Stock Exchanges
'a aahingtofi I ? I II Thi 11? use
.... im?! Invegtigatlng i-omi ties
;.-i ?. i oi -:'i. ration of t ie finan?
eta! leglslatlan abl ? will ta recommend?
"i m Its report The committee diseusesd
' n ?>!' ?i ?? dis? lai ires of the i sarlngs
H-.'i r-- - remedial laa*i So a?-t;oa
w is ?.ii:. -,. and ths report mil noi he
tina ft itswd until Bam .-: Untermyer,
of Xee- fork, ?'?::.si, :'o- l'e committee,
a.*".'es in Washington si the end of ths
?reek The eosnmlttae expects to sabmit
?,e report bj Tburaday, Pebruar) 27.
f?ega. dUBcultles canfrontlng the cam?
miitee in fr^ri.inK* regulations for ?t<>, b
exchanges .?no cleaftafi bauges wore dis?
'?;'S?-U tO-day Th?- Opinion. WSS general
tint th- federal government would hav?
sie.?? difficulty in prescribing rules ?n i
regutatlani far ?uvk exchanges thio.ith
\ " it the eoontn pnrtt? ilai . ths Sew
s., i Btocb i:>.-?' ..i. :.?
Several "f tin- committee held thai these
institutions wore entirely under tr.? jurts
dlCtiM of the States 'Ihe rom:ni|tee mai ?
I? air? the rsgulatton of ?.io. v. sxchangeg
,'.?rr??i to the ?ntnie- R'lth this |n ?: Ind
tii?? (?ommlttos i ;?? sent t<>r ?op!?? of ths
bilis [?ropo?...? i.- davorn?r Bulsai -rf Kow
,'orl regulating the Neu York oschange
Ti.e ?chema <?f prohibiting ti"? listing of
intanrtat? commerce tm'poialiens on *x
changes which f_:?.?d io campt? ?nil
''Urin rnle.s ? :?*i suKg^ste'i
I similar suggestion exist? ?* ??. clear?
log houses. BltbOUgh II ?vas ?iiigx??.?Ad
ti..?i the eommlttae could *?"?<;?/. ,n*i pr^.
Iposued refwms I?' prohibiting nntio.-..i
banks from |olalng clearing bouse -*.-?
dattons whleh either ti.n. ? to Ineorpar?
?it.- ..r fall?*': to Obaerve . ertaln pre*.. rl'.e<i
ruloa Pratstleallj all of th? eommlttoo'a
roMameadatlons ??n r.e..esiiari?.\' pg
baaed on the Jurtodi? tion .-.f i ong???..?, over
national v>4nk? and Internate eorpora?
liona,
i nw" tcMiid-iing directors ?-.r* national
hanks frf.ni accepting a bom... front hor
r'^wrrs for granting han? and forbidding
Interlocking of ?Jlr^cio.-. m national banks
n i?.) ?rare dtsmaitd
MT1 ST. "L ? STOP UP AGAIN
P. S. C. AdjoiiruB Hearing for Peti?
tioners to Get Releases.
Ti.e ?,r.?p?-i?it??>ti ta ' ?nstru? t .,:, v\..
.mis railroad stat*'n g| ?viTh ?tiret and
?'ol'itnl.us avenue s.-' asids last ??ai- h?
cause ..dioiiiiris i>ior"?rt;. owners would
not grant r?leases. asa brought Up ??..
?.'?roa' \ lo-i Public H*rv?. ? Comtals
donoi ;:;?t;e. Martin i:??urk.? re^reaent' d
tin- property owner?, who petitioned ti;.,t
g new Htanon It orcted while A. Q
!??*.?.? (,??-. appeared ?*"i the interborough
? ompaaj ?
Commissioner Bustls suggested <i> Mr.
r?..urk? that ii? ?jecuta t!;r uooassaii i-. ? |
'? ?.siylng 'lint tuen it would .c great.
. :ifie,i m?. Bonrke said thai be
txpitctod ?iiffi?-uit.? In Pitt-.;,,, . ..?.Herns.
iii?. hearing wag adjourned to Match l
WAR HORRORS ON SCRE
Pictures from Balkan 8tru|
Aid Peace, Straus Says.
AftgUS Hamilton. V. R. O. 3.. until
StrntiatlC? -arir o<-<rr*.->ponde n' ior
| 1/Or.don Ce.itrn: Now pave Igst nigh
m arn.'gi? Hall ht- l<-t-;r.> or. th? *a
??Um v.a!?ta-s.
Many of the pictures were tbdec n
[dueed 'n th" dallj pre.-is all Over
j-eorid. Othon showed str?ei soon?
< -bnetantlnople daring the e-?-Hinir *
after the df.larition of ????*? sr.d a r.
j-,-.- o c'f derated to depleting the i
letpal personagog In the cnfli? t. tie?
?he ?co-pitals of the vano,;.? ?countrlgg
(groupa of war rorreepe "'?: ?-a
The motion plcturr.-i siouo^i the tl
h^r.,,-1 o? Turks, who WOT? token !
oners by t:ie armies of the ?111??.
th? march With their ?gUSrdO! a few ?V
tiona of Turkial ?:.-.air- and the moi
r-t crooMs through the crowded streeti
Btamnonl.
\fr. l?a;.. I ton nnl it? ?? In - ?
.marks b- oi.d th? -cop? of hla pic?
? n.s ? ?. mpathlea seemed to :?.- ????'??
i .>:t.i i irkey, nh< a d?ateot he attribt
? ? ? '.?.'.e. unreadiness for war -,n wi
the irmy hsd t--*n surprised
Oscar B. Blto'ia liitraduced the
f.rer lo a Urge a?iflt?>nc'\ expfOM
ll * h.- that the ho-ror?' af war w'1
itc be sbowi mlfht strenytiien Mntlin
against warfare. ?Mr. Hamilton is to
t-eut i.n lectuM to-iu?:tt at M-e Brook
' a, -i lemy of Music.
TARIFF BILL'IS DRAFTE
Serious Split Reported Amo
Democrats of Committee.
fro:: V ? "lr.o.:e l:.ireau.
Washington, Tob lt.? standing pat
t .ose -c!.edul**N Which tb?T altomptcd
| re\is? during th* la.-tt leaaMtt, the I'er
, r-th rn'Tiil.eiM of the *A'ay* and Me.
Committee completed to-aa- h rat
draft of a bill re brtng the Payne t.,
la-?-, ry.-i decided to hold t:0 f.rttier me
1 r.jca until a ?'Hin ; h on March ? aale
thief n?ew majority memben oi the aa
? mlttM.
ir ?ras -eprrtej t..a: th? pom? rn
members af th? i-ommttte? are split a?
lar.ir revision: that the low tanff m
hgve >*.?'.-ai times avavridden In <ot\.rr
(?*? the n or- ?con ervattve tl?awe of ?Chs
man L'-nderwood, and that the d?acisl
'to lioiu no f .-the ; teeth g until the pt.
I ? t ? ? rtrloa ? !??i- ??? s - '1 .-' t? this state
?Hein
| The k II. ?* hi? ta ? II ?wall final a? ti
; at the hands of l ie ne? -Woye and M?**
|c?i mitt?*, will ?embody subotontlall! :
rate-? of the ir?n, ?hernia!, cotton, tti
?and * .tu*- ?c-hadoles approved by t
D?mocratie ihi.se last ?..?sion.
K< "ther free s :jr.ii bill II re?**ardcd
In? ?Hable and the l* .orata of the ?cm
n tttee ?..we the t1ew thai they c;.nr,
, bal ge t:.e r;.t'-s of the ot'ier bl.ls \e-to
by the Prealdent beraum af their h,
hjkM ban *
GIRL STRIKERS WIN
FINAL WAGE VICTOR
White Goods Workers, 7.00
Strong. Return to Work Un?
der Protocol To-day.
'. e 7*r*0 wi.ite gJOJdl vo;k'-rs, Wh0 <??'
been on atril.? in the shop? of the Ne
Verfc Coftor. Manufa'tur?is' Associ?t**?
fut se-er.? i ?-??ka, will return to w0!
toda? >;r,der ?. ? ?err:.,? of a pro'o
s.?r,e<j by re{reier,:a;t^e? rf the ?aa
and '? e .i-ts.j, a'ior.
The -tr.;::>; /!r!? S ce furnished ? I
"protocol1 working cards yesterday, Th
vm decided upon by (?he ?'riU' ]?aci?
t?) a ?. OH i ?' nfUsl Ml
with the exception al s-?-.ke? in nd
? : .. --hop.? tills '-rule the str.l.es of a
the wemra werken ir the garment ::
'.-. i
no pan-americanTrimac
Xnoz Disclaims Dictatorial Am
bitions by the U. S.
*^ ss'.ir.irto . Fob I -Resolutions eon
mending N-"re??? Knoa s.s chairman ?j
th<- ?governing board af th- P.n-Amerka
T'nion for the ?last foir yean wer? alo;,!
e<i unammously at today's meeting <
' '?-''At'. In hla ^a'.?1l lory io the L*1
ir imerican diptomati in VTaehlngtoi
v*>o eompoae the board litnttr; Kno
?
?Semettmea I bave heard apprehensi?
? rgea that n countrj la aaaertlng an.
abusing a claim of in-..a ? ?>. oui ?est
en council! ari arrogating to itself gam
m ? v.ed ?dictatorial prerogative to th
?nd of ultimate abaorptlon af -.'s neun
hors 11 > ta b?/n the ConataAl effort o
Ihe Pnratdettl H;.,| hla ? ?->.-..?tlrutt-ifial ad
rissn to omet n: . m. h gaalevolen
imp- sssioni
DIES AT DAUGHTER'S BIEF
Grief Kills Mother as Mourneri
Arrive for Funeral.
Mis A", rusta Smith, Rfty-thns yetfl
?Id of So It Walnut -t-e.t, i.'orona
\Morg Istand, ?died yesterday aft??rooei
lust before the funenl of he?- dn,.?;htot
T.e. j a p-hysletan aolg thai the moth?er'i
?i-ii'h. bad noultetl from ? pa-aht1 istrolu
pr?.hahl" superinduced br worr. ?nd rne!
orar the le.ith of her daughttr, Un,
Smith ?feUapsed whan the meurnen ai
l'lse<;.
Tha daughter ?..ed m the Poat-dra??l?ati
iio.Hpit.li. m Manhattan, on Bun-day with
her mother at her fce-lvda TIM mother ?
?:????? th did r.ot intemipt the funeral of the
daughter, a-.d the bad) *m tiij.e:, to the
Luthenn Cemeten^ la Middle \ iiiHr*.-.
DIRECT ELECTION RATIFIED
New Hampshire Senat? Vot??d 20 to
2 for Amendment.
Concord, N it. Feb. :?? rbe Beoat? to
?fay aompl?t?d th? lagudotir? mttfleatlen
?f the nin-Tdment to the f.yter-jl ?.'onstl
tutior, providing for the ?fln?t eiertiop of
rntt?*?fl States Benotaca. The rote was
-?) '0 '.'.
TOBACCO CO. DENIE9 CHARGE.
v denial that the Amsriran Toh? - ?
Cempgn* has encoura?r?nJ the use ?of to
boceo h> < h'.hiren by offering coupons o-*
.?'.mission to mot ng piotUN "howo ?wit!,
en' h porcha*e was lasted | agtOSdny y~>y
'i?w;?*?' W, T * ill. %1cc?prraident ?t th?. , on
c*rn Th? det.iai foil.?-? s.? L.-itni-iii mad?
1 : .tusti?es i'e'jei. Salmon ai;?i Ucrrm.ni
ir. Spetltl Zession? T'je.?ila\.
'There tins teen a g'-riersl ina by to
baeco ?cnmponlea of vgrloua ad**srtlaing
BeheOMS tO heoeflt th?-tr prod IM Is," Mr.
Hill's stateaeenl aaaarta -The?? bnvs m
? liid?*d tin. ?lsii.g of cash \alue ?coupooa,
wht'-h ).a\--.- I?e?n sc'tipfi h. n."' \:ig pn i
urn houses in jorr.c ias. :i Tn?' pl-.n a ,?>
not, however. gUOCSSPfUl in any ii?-.:eri?l I
ami and the praiticu?. h.<.s been aboa-l
??loiicd. t.lttle chilatui have stood abo ir
tue entraacea to ? Igar at'-r.-s ond n>ks?.i
for tli^se ..oupor.t, hut to aaSUme that a
ter.-.vear-oid girl smo-lwg eiggrottes b -
tai.ie she enters a iho\?:i.t pletun ho:is,t
through tha use of th?ef cottpou is de?
ci<te?ll?? fat fetch*?."
RQAJDSBILL.NEWSOURC
OF WE, IS PASS
I Murtaugh Measure, Denounc
as Monstrous. Adopted by
the Tammany Senate.
?SINGLE HEAD UNCHECK?
?Engineer or Superintendent
Public Works Would Have
No Voice in the Spend?
ing of $50,000,000.
I . ? n T?I?sjrspk ts 'i'i" Tribus?.!
Albany, ?Teh. lt.?-By n trots of 87 t?
tie Benati passed tn-daj the Murta-,
Mil reorgi nlslng the ?tat?- Highway i
pa.rt-r.'-iit. The meSSUfB WSS viiiorou
Opposed ?n the fc-rouri?! that it would
I troduce eren greate- extravaganc? :?.
i goo?! road* wor'c than ha?J result' ? I fn
th<? 'reorganlBOtlon'' of the ?Highway '
I p?riment by TMBtnsn* tsrs >"e*rs auto.
j Of those who roted for Um Mil tin
! were U.?p;ihli'..tnR-i:n:er8ori, Wlt-OSO W
; !?. Tsmntsny's whenever d^rad, gn?i w
|obUln?*d a $?.'Xm,'*j0 road trom the I>err
< rstie d< p*rt*n?mt for hi? district ?i ?*a?si
I of y.-at.? '?tfo ?P/ltsOS ?nd 'Vhltn
' Pain,-.-. RepuMl? an and Progr? .-sive. a'
ta- ore?! th.e ?masuro.
The Uunailgfa I ill ii the De-mof.ra
answer tu tl.o tWO ) cars of lncotnpitei
Bf.d entra vaga nee. if not of ?rraft. whi
followed tt.e :ihar.ci?:>nment of the Hugh
hlghwa) lyetem. It ?-ejte? .? super!
tondent of Highway., in ?bars?? ot' go
rosda ?stark, ?nd ellmlnstsa from an] pi
ticipation m road MUMlng the Btste E
gineei ar.i 'he Buperintendent of Wori
who now sre r rabera of the Highw
Comnuastsn.
' M?'nht?..r Klon It. Braarn, lUpubtlo
l?a??er. attacked tii<- bill bitterly, sayi:
?it would lesd to woesa t*os*Utt?>na thi
bad ? 'int-?'! undei the )rfurphy?Dix His
Iwsj Commission, wMch was notorio
for waste and ettrsvsarsnee Wi th
commission, he ssid, bad dlv?arted MM
???? of the original t",iv.t,".?; appi*?**ariatl
for ? ids to favored persona -?'.'i n??t:?-.
400 Foremen, 200 Laborera.
? ' .f th" H.lr.er d?M artr..ei,t Investida!?
reslly investigated sriythlng." he ?al
"you wo'iid be overwhelm?*?! v. ith e%
dente of how this department aquai-der.
mone; In my cour.ty ft*tt ??a? ape
'.ast yeau in rsfjsirtaf a road, snd th
'?ai there is a ,ontra?'. lot t!. ..?Tr/e.-Kj
tute of >i').?>*j for repairs fn the ?an
load. 1'ndei the Hughes comriusaton t'.
department employed eight ??..torera ai
::o foremen, 'ihe present department en
plS) e/j '<?o foremen and M labore.?. T.
ommlaoton has let as siany contrai ts 4
possible without ?.ompetltlve '.-.dir.
Tftey have permitted unbsJstt? ed Mds ar
NB?piemental agreement.?.. erhl< : meat
?great cost to th" ?ta'e.
"NOW the ?tate. I? to expend BATjABi
more on road h'.Haiti?;. 1;? Oslt bill >?.
r,e.-.T.:t tht? ei.o'ri..,':? fcjn. to fc>- expand?
' a ??Ingle ??ffl.ilal, ?.? hocked BVen r
II e St tie Krsii.eer und the H'penr.t. :.?
? rt of Public V urks. Th" letting oi' en
tracts niTf-iy ought not to be intrusted ?
one rr...t.. ???r everything by this bin
left o the d'.icr? Mon of the ?-?rnmissione
Heretofore Importsnl r*ontracta huve he<
left f? - ?? lion by the boards, csrefull
subletted t,-> checke and bals ne es. Fe
?re r.o?** Mdiiins frr another "at.i.-foph
',*o lesvs .?i mu<*h power to o:.e ttl?tl I
monstro 1 -
Senator Murtsugii ?* : o fathered ti.
1 .?:-?.!?.fpii' MU Ol ta 0 ? *?:'*< ttJO ?r.
hss 10 h '-.die Pu i?J??**sssor, dsfsn?ad t!i
preaenl ? >nun aslon and the new propool
. 0. 'i. .vi ths ?saw commIsMoa?tjr cesil
h" ft -.o? t fore fi-<" were apprc
prtated end .11 ontracta for -epatr un
.. ntenai a '...ist '.??? by ? ompctitn
b.'idlr.K He 1 ?f ? : r .??-i U these ro.n'n a
ks on the ? emmtselsnar. He nsserte
lli.it the pn.ier.t Hiffhwa;. ? 'omm>?i'?
hsd been OU? CirSSfl I
tJeftntor ?fsgra Intarruptsd to *av mat 1
the present ? ?'?m:n:?,.':lo:i were ? ; ,e>>f :
it wan dlfflfilt 10 PCS *? h?' the l.emorat
d"?'.-?"i to ? hangs it
s*? ?4?ot Palmer advised the Logialstui
t ? ? f,?t?et po'.lt.cii lr. the H.lin.rilstrat:on 0
t'.:<- Hlghwa? !> ;?at tn.-rt
Tn?? Mil *'?'." ?Jetiour., e,, ?? Senator Wal
tere, who o.ld that ?Senator Murtsugh i.a.
describes r?o r. ^1 .-he.lt: on the < ,?ni;r.l?
s'on-r.
In II ?? ?\ssembl the ??vsna Mil, idenr?
eal til!, the t.? lust pssaed by the Sen
,-,te WlU be OTt the ? .ilen.lar for ?econ?
reading on Mondsy nlitht
ARSON CASE* UP TO JURY
Ooff to Put Rubin's Fate in It!
Hands To-day.
Justice tV.rT ?* .'.1 to-, lav . hurge tue jut?
sirt'.ns m th.e ?"ritnmdl Hran? h of the Pu
prern?.' ?'oirt on the ?..*?* of Robert .1
RajbtS a fire lns?rar.(e ft?iniS''er. ? hargej
with urson in trie ?cron?! dasjrSS
leider ?Stein, ??has ' ISS*/ the Pair.ter.
the ?.?If-. f,nfef.^efl "flrcihUg." who ram?
<!o?*n from Slni*. Btng prison was the
rrtncip-il ?itr-'ss yettOt?Ag against Ilubin
The SCCUSOd man tSWll th? Ntand ',.st l?e
for-; court ?illo'irr.??! for the dsy.
it. replj t,. haatetsnl Dmtn ; Ittorno)
W*< 11?- r. Uubin BStd he was thlrty-.-iglit
???ant old end had b*en ?u adjuster of
tiro !o??e?i for sixteen yfHrs. it w.\h in
?'iinuaiy, ItU, thad he wtnl to g fir?? at
No. M HaKt nth street tWS flights up
and mot "iBSy the Painter "
' I gA\e Mm PSy tote, stated rn? hn? -
it??, and w?m t"l?l that if I ?as fovin.1
to be on the level 1 eould hsndle the ad?
justment." said Rubin Th?? next da?.
he testified. "ISSJ ' ranie to hi? sfttoe ar.l
signed a contract after erbte the ?sit?
h.'s-s h?anin adlustina
Rubin admitted that ho wsa the extent
of ??.jos<?pii j. Rubin A ? o " n?. ad?
mlttsd that his books wsrs not ?sell kept
urn th.at he tlettr??? e?! all '"pies of COO?
tra? t.? nftor 1. tj'istr.?enta ^?ere ISSdBi
NERVE E^PERfTN"STAND
Tells How Hawthorne Capital?
ized His $950 Mino
r?r. VV iillani .1. Morton, the nerve >r...
clsllat. who la on trial \?.iti? Albert rt? ?
man, i..-.?Mil Quine; and Jullsn Haw?
ihome, charged nith using the rnsilfl .0
<i?f.;ii?. Investipra i'i in?1>slng ?tck--. to>..
t:.- ^tar.,1 '?? ?1er?lH> in Ms o?n defen-e.
I?r. ?Morton '??.'I .ii?>ltt'' Mh.ut and the lury
In the Unttto State. li'.Mtil." ?ourt JgtW
he IU-' beoanv mtsrested in th.- prop.r
tJsg wbleh wore later promotef! si th?
\ariou-i Hswthorne minea
Th?? ?aitneaa, a eon of In Mortot?. who
dlscovorad ether, tald that h? ?rss elsty.
fin?- y.-ari? old. He wsa a graduate of
Harvard, t\her. JuHan Hawthorne hsd
h?*en hi?, riaaemate. I?r. Mon.m .?il.U'.l |
thai he bad practised mtototne for ton?
two y?ata and that lila hoo|,s ?if riccouut
showed tliat he earned .,* much a? 13 ,?>J0
a y.-ar fr,v\ Ms praotl? ?
Ills first visit to th? district which a .
late.- ?xpl ?!!. .1 bj Ini'i and hi? aw.s..?.iat-s
?.?a? n.ade 11 ItOJ, fr Mort??i? said I...
??.?ni tlur.- for ?1 va.'Mt'oii, an I, r?'turn
itiK in the following ? ear. bought the t.r?.*
<?<!!..h for ?K'i. v iiii h were later tran?
firr.d to th.? T?,ma??.itrl L'ohall Mlnlnc
?mira'.? and he.vllj cspltallMd, forming
the haai? of all th?: other Hanthurtie niln?:
jiromotioua.
DEMOCRATIC FRIGHT (?JOty
Senators No Longer Pear L
publicans Will Get Jol),
w.-isluni-ton. Teh. II.?Ko lonsse i
? ing that the ?Senate will e,ite, vp(m , n
eral confirmation ?f the nomination,**
President Taft. ?Democratic uiembrtHlv
ld?cM?d to move an executive eeaaie?
j tli^ lirat opportunity. ?
| "We -?111 confirm the arm) navv
: diplomatic appointment ? ai ? ' '' ""?'
aome othen." raid H*,,ator lloktTS
of Orargl. to-day. "Wmuv,^
I Ing from the Bra? to ?go that r -
**? deten. , not t?, ;., f.,' ut ?
I oonsM?eratlo? ?of the . itira n. t
It is believed pragKtk>na m h .. r
, .utter servie, the marl: ? ,-oT m
?Iblrafewmlacellanct nomin.,^*
; ??? ,?1 ?" ?confira**!, hut < ven ?>,.
i f,?",! ? ,!' ? and noml..,; M . "
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SANITARIUMS
and Health Resorts.
A registry containing inform,. I
tion regarding class of cagggSS
at the best American institua
Working along the m?gt gcS
lines, the interests and comfortZ
patients are thoroughly ?i
&*** under the most hkS
methods and sanitary conditions '
Mo?,'-,e?a o- <lr ?i ill || ,. .
MBltsrlunu eni health rtii7L_r1'1
o!.-.n?r...,| i.- caltlns ? ritin,-Ll .,*'?' **[
in, to Tribun. Inform??. % j
Tribune Butldtnr, N--? York t ? ?
S0O0 Beak-man. ?""Mm
-^s You Fear
TtMOB QBOWTH BCX?**U
>o.i vu: te glad to know of lh< ti?,V.?,
I n<)r:-s?irj-i' al ?j?.m rf treatmant \? i .
I s-ray, ?adiun. at ??rum. * ' ?**-?
? J .110 ? C'r t<; m., u - ft i ? ,
1 thank (ted thai t went POn ??.,., ,'?'*?'
Binghamtun ?-aii?>r? ,m j:,, ?r.d 's.nltlr..
; I had 3 oar.cers on , he? .rt-d lip i-iVi
: ? ??-??' duration. Oih-r ? dr .- dor-tan ?,
My I*'"'* IB WS?. Sor? ?...-.,?,.. :-,rt.K|.
w?nd?mi eura without . ? ?,(,V
under l?r. .? in-iral ;.:?-. . ,,.'., J ?*?
avat.rn My aR? v. a, 67. 1 ,,? ;<,.... . ?
ti isted for ? .?. ts ... a.--' ..,. aau^-r, ..*
? ? '?' aw.: i - so..,, -, - f,. s '.
Kllmer'a P.*-d B ?: find ?. my piet'un*!.
re-peri Gratit'-de .i-.l -\ .... :-. '.,,'?.. flj J"
f.t to auffereri Impel m? to lut? t!itaf?M.
PUt :!r ?(''?- ; ? S
P.-. r< MOBBtBOK. D.krtUt, ji'ir.ci
<?-,.t,* n?. for treattneni ar Writs ?n
Blnfh.mit'in ( ant ertnrinm and"ssal
t:irluni. Ringliitimon. N \
Tel?pho?a tcti-j
S<--. : f,,t Kree l:?d Root hill ?M ?MI? ,
approval? ??? yag? ill; .??-,?:-?,-. .
I-.l report! of mat -?'.--.? . - ,. rt^^
theliom., UKoma, ?areinai . n aa?a?i
New York Office: 1999 Madiion Au
I 7* .'?IT Hm >. , ?? ? ,.*. ,.. ? ,,.,
INFANTILE PARALYSIS, HIP DISEASE.
SPINAL CURVATURE
; an? a:i i- ? '???:? ?> ' it? ??- ... ?. ^-^ ?
' ?"tthuat to-.'- um of . . iur?? n'i >- ?? ',
| plaatar of pana; but ?? ?! ni.a .?: ?So'-V
Relh'p s lent.flcll: , ? ; ?r-pi-.ti.H
Prev?? i:, ir.an'.- cat?*. In -fijare-i i
licitad.
K.-:.sn POB T RBI BoOKLg-I
KOTH ?iKIMot'Mil. |\*tlTin
I?52 Wot r5tti Stl at.
THE" BANCROFT SAMTAKILM
IIITIK.lt, MIIKIil- <IM>TV \. ".
? be.utitu I at?*d t? i
I ? i ?? ?? tr?Mitment ?? ? ? '??,.,
I ?? lg A-.n I.iq'ior
as cakl - ?. . ,r.ji ??
? uro indi for o- \>-t ?* - - ? . .
i uneonsaolsl ???? t- ? - ?. f.>r t.-%t ??/
; t? cuperstlol I ? . .? ? .i?'?n :
I sent f'T pat
i NKWABKOl III r. I IKIMIN- 'N* till?
WHERE AND WHY
Tiie Oil e.iM S.initarrj::?) a', ft**
tord, Conn. for the treatment it
ICervoua i ?i Mild .M..:.* I ???*}??
and alcohol!? and drug patientsBM
minutes t'r?,r!i New Tori? ?aal o-,??;
Bftj trains ?aa. !? '? ay
W'lro-s Dr. CiTEMS. :.,?:.- '??.
?Stamford, i on..
KENSETT
On Ilie i.r'en.
NOKM AI K < I?\n
Per treatri'.ei.? 1 nit . ? ? ? \ ?>*; .
?r.d <. ?? .a lot lona l?r. Mat?
l.terert Mmltb, ? 'ph< ? - ? Strata
? t?r. V t.. Kncle-iiii. Ml t ;.:tb m X.1
: ?:? -..'i ?-., '??': v a-/-.,
nv?L?(Ar?H~_SA.NITORIlM
viiMiiNk. h'estcnebtbb rormra*.!
K,,r tha treatment of - last ? I "
a-,-,:?..,fh Tre.fm.nl ? -?! nadar i
meal mod.ru m. hed? f ij wlias
H.atdant physicien -. aatwa
. matant att.n?U:.? ? I latrated Mwg
mailed Klt.l.-KARK ?AMTORIVIl ?tl
i "Phon? tl<S3 r i _
Mluated \n\ici |'i. ?urr.<i?r s, eiief?.
THE JACKSON HEALTH RESORT.
i?\>svii.ii. SEm *?mK.
la ? real limit li > ' . ?
thk. snrt a roal Ke.t re. '- ? ???'?**?
,.?.,- ' \r?. ?-. .? "? ? ' - ? ?
?T-iipn-d with ?v. >? t'P't? '""
rn.rap? art? ?. Catoln? i - ??- Bsni ?i
-A'- S -...t '? ? ' ' I.'-- _
IIR. BOM _
HEALTH RESORT
HKKMMOOIi. MBB tOKh.
In the Tine? of l*..| 1?land,
c?*r* th. oomferts snd ?-??? ? ? ?- ?? *? '
:, d ra irn endsr c.ra af ? '?? ''?''J" *"
r.-.rtt, Por T? ",;,!-: d Rat ? ?"-???"??,
\?. H. llO-?>. M. I?
DR. MUIR*S INHALATORIUM
? .. .,-. i- instltuiton ?? -.:? fica <*\
.i '.:?? ? earn-at of v? ums?
an?. " itarrl ' ? V.por Ii ? ??
IOsKPII Ml IB. to I? . _.
l.at- s-mioi Phyelc an ? tin v-**
Throat. Sem and Lun? lloaptial; \J"
PhystcU. ???> il - gi Bai - i H m ? ? ? *
J? ??'? 'a Hospital _?
New Aro?.in H.iU ?" IV 4 .d -*l .
: . FellCt? ' ..-?n.vj:;? h ? ;';l;"':'rie\
, . right to uae te Cl UIHAN -<!''
Till? RTimCM for ?red.
v i?-.o i : Ih? ?..??- of '1 '???*? " '?' ., ..
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TilV: Yitn?ll OnEWTv'BKDCCtlW
INXIITI TT.* t 0.
_ ll;t H. ;t?i N . N'. V.
RHEUMATISM AND NEURITIS
al 1?r. \ mullan'? Sanatori'i'?
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ll'a Bookl.i ta - tl ? i*?!
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PRIVATE REST HOM&
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B ?at <>f c.r< ?i; *n to * ?
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THE S % HATO? i % HI'KIN?.*- ?***>,T,*?:.,,
?.?pen rontlnuoual> for ?ftv?**''?? .. ;.r
de s. n?e f.mll? inan.??*?!??*"1 ' ' .'. s
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treat Vl?? Sau.tnrtum. ?.re-uwi?-b. ?|r,;1
?'hronK- Rhaum.tiam. Aeut? oou? ? w?
and ?l.?atro.lr.'ri?tlnal il!ao:?1'i J *\?. ? ? ?? (
?r??ted It. to ltlte^ro.?.^ to V.\- mU*
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