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ARBITRATION TREATIES Strong Fight Develops Against Renewal of the Agreement with Great Britain. CANAL TOLLS THE PROBLEM Fate of Other Conventions Also in Doubt Because of the Question of Federal and State Eights. Th? Trih-,'.. TVashinct-n. June r. The fiuht on the ? ai of the general treaty ?..' arbitra* rtewed be? hind closed do Benab -'i-day and carrM t<? su? h .1 point that it now -. doubtful - - ite will ap ?:sion of the asTeement in ? '.sent foi ::.. ? yuire a two-thirds The fate of tl tlon treaty erith t -!. BBS ? ?- ? ?' pro!- by the I federal ? whit h n ? th? sovereign * ' the ownership by ?aliens o? land within .-i!? rs. The Immediate ?cause of tht towi -eral arbitration treaties? Koot. Roosevelt admit Is that ons provides a s way for i to an in .tlonal tribunal Of Uli with I Britain ?? sr i an I I nd that the . ? ownership law. tintent in th" B< ? to-da] ? debat? In secret further. 1 i ? appar? ently a more or less pe?era! oplnloi lated by ?the di| that have arlsi i 'anal ? . ?halt muat on the ?tend? ral government to enter Into i titms with furtign ?governments which re iithorlty by the t'nited States -n Its purely domestic ai? rs and hamper ths exercise <?' .-?it;, of ?ths rai - oves tb< Ir Fight on British Treaty, I fipht centre?! .:, the ??? srlth Great n, winch expired ; y. Senator Chamberlain . ition t?> abrogat? the ton-Bulwer and Haj P ? the Panama i ? ??i ti.e ?id that ;? ?'.real Bril ' ? ? 11 and B basis ' * stion of the ? r'-mit the tolli * ? ? ensased In Itted t ?an I i. *. 01 al tribunal. Kten , ? ? -. ? ubmlt a Bt - itional, and "Wl a ho? *jf 81 natoi pred ; the COl i -i con . ?forman, who contended that the treaty should not be rton to ti of such matters as the canal Mi O'i lona I e idea of arbitration or take pi (fort I ? items . . he did not mi-- ntatting the right of the Ui . I'an ama Canal with relation t.. Its seis ,* t .it..r Bi treaty be ? - ng to the charging of ; ? ? '?"m its opesatlon. To this I -.. chairman ?of ?the Foreign t?o?-,?* Commit!? I the exemption would differentiate the British * '?;?? othei | ?treaties of eriiirjitien. some ??f which have already sewed ich ac? tif-, would t" resented bj Oreat Mritatn. The Banal j to pi r, although expv sysBpatby srlth th< Senator Works with res].t t?-> ?ths curtallmi the rights of the St - in treaties with foi <-?*:n govei i.in? nts Suggests "Persuasive Arbitration." ? ator Newlands. whii?-- opposing any ty which committed tins country to ?ite arbitratlor- : th.it the its Indorse ?the policy of "p rsoastvs arbitration." leavlni ths i- rernment mf.ie or 1- M '?? ti baut ir. tho case of an internan...nal dispute. ?tor Fsorah took his stand With those who %?<:?? hostile tO I I.' renewal ?.f the British treaty T people In this country, he BSld wl," atsghi ,r> bs llvtnf la England. A motion to reeommit the tl .ition? Commltt,-. for far? ther ermsideratlon was abandoned after h Int ' debat Wl ' the Senat.' .ul Journed the subj? ? t was still pending? ervatlve members of th? committee ?admitted that it was extremely doabtful treaty s ratified - it wer,, modi! I ths objections Of those who stand OUI f?>r the rlfiht of r'r.itcd States t., remit ths tolls of I through th<* Panama Canal if exception should te specifically made to this snd it is doubt? ful that the treaty would be ratified by Qi ' Britain. c REBELS AT HOUSE CONTROL Kindel, Colorado Democrat, Quits District Committee. ? \?, aahington, Jons ? "Ti.'- peools Of sent nie here for other purposes than t.. itody th<? intricacies of Washing? ton government?" sseert?sd Representative (?ooige Kin'iti. Colorado Demoernti in re? signing ?to-day from the House District Committee In hi? letter of rssiglistiea Mr. Kindel, In efftjct say? he wants a place on the In teratats Commerce <'ommlttee or nothing He is non munlttos ?assign? ? 'iim mittee has a full membership, Mr, Kin* ? is the Bret '?i" i. Insur? aoainst ths practical control of the 11.-, .?. i ... '. and m< ans i ommlt tee "1 feel that it Is ?? gravs mistake to ipoli a good B-OesaaaSS by trying to make X doctor of him," Mr. Kindel wrote the Speaker. TO AID SUPREME COURT Bill Delegates Minor Duties to Commerce Tribunal. - Tha Tnt.ur.f ?Bun ta Washm-iton. June ?.?A bill for the re? lief Of Hi?- OV< rWOl 1.?,) s ; ?. waa Introduc??] in the Houaa toldar by ntattva Brouaaard, - . Loulaiana Mi Broi ? 111 tif.n of the Comm< ? ? ? ' ? ,., taka ' pari .?! tha work ol ? ?? Igh-eet ti Ibunal, Il K the right rex lew of naffatlY? >? n ? < me Interatate Com -ion. R< | : -? ntativi Bro laai rd ol be circumvent? ?i by the i * fusai of the i ?? ? ?i to ? ? ? the ? '"?'! Tl ? Houn In tha legislativ? I ? mad? an attempt * xxas thw.-i :-i...i !?? Pre Taft The Commerce Court alao I i no opi laUon for o ? v ii Da ? and \x ,11 be without funda July I. Thf Brouaaard meaaur? prot h th? s ipi em? i ?? m \ i hall be i ? II? t ? d of appeala from udgmenti ol lh< Buprem? Court of Porti hi Sup ' ?' .. i ol the Phlllppli ild go ti ? 'ommei ce ? "oui t. and wo by tha high? Bt trib ? i onl). The appe lat? |ui ledlctlon in reape t i?, bankiuptcy i I - ibjeci ? .- iti 'i In the ' -omnuM ce i FOR CURRENCY PUBLICITY Lindbergh Demands That Com? mittee Meetings Be Open. - . . ; ? ? || Currenc*, held n mi ? y I ? ? on I . . . . . n * . -.,.,- curren ? o?an ?, lie; . . ? : ? ? ? n I, w< re entlth d to ca a | .??.??? .x motion to tahl? ? lie ?Lind her?:. . ? ? ar.l Chali man '? appoint ? consider the reao * i In-l ,*-?-.? ? to re??? t th?. publl? Ity plan latid Meant Committee ha? born? ; . i ai : : ? ? ?dings In tl ? : tariff Mil, and the Bull ! of th. criticlam shall be dl * ? ? immltt? ? ? i- - ? MRS. W00DF0RD BLAMED Widow of Diplomat Gets Pri? vate Hearing on Accident. By 1 ? ? ? Bridgeport, Conn., June ?1 Mrs? BU L, vVoodford, xvi?i?i-\ rf the late Ameri? can Minister to ?Spain, arho has ?bean i ro tratad alnca th? leal Mr, killed rat Pah ? June it, did not ? xx ho it. , lent to Bla I xviti.? - * her lam .1. Browne, wi re hi ????? Koni ad ?. an automobile dea ? ? Held, teatll ed that Stell car la the roadwe* r th? Woodford automobile tal-? the I about fifteen mllea an ho idded that the ?ar waa driven 1 ? who ? ? ? ? ?? i I drtvtng.'' f?th. ? ? ? ? ?! "f the Broa ne den!? nterf? red with leering whe? eacepl to it? idy hlm ??vhiie aidi! -? In forrtni tha ? ? | t,rak<\ 1 to appear ;. t a private hi arlm - ted to Mn Weodford. either Inquiry htm i oatponad until w.-'in? - > HISTORY OF CATECHISM 350th Anniversary Celebrated at Reformed Church Synod B ? .* ? Ml uaa : Park, N. J., .tun?- I Commit ? named t?,- lay at th- ;? ? : n of tha General Synod ?,f tha Re? formed Church In Ajnerlca Th?* ?retiring ?-ni. Dr William P. ?Bruce, of tonk raa named cl n ' I ? :nmit tee ?.n professional thoolosleal Bemlnarica \-i hour was devoted thil morning to a the 160th anniveraai the adoption of the Heidelberg cateebtsm addi ? - - * *? ? i ta M ,?? K'iiin. president o tha Weatem Thi ilof i ai Semii o* "?? Holland, Mica?, on "The Htatory ??f tha i ?'?? un," and th?- Rav, i >r i i'. Bchenck, of Neat Bruna arlcfe Theological ?Seminan', on "Preach? ing tl - m " fraternal delegate? received Included th<- I'.-x* 1 ?r JilI*?.?) S-Aift. of New York City, aecretary "f tha Ameritan Tiat atjr. ?** Tha report "t tha committaa on tha state of religion ahoured tbtti tha ?i?*nom Inatlon has II classes, b gain of I foi ths There are iti churches, ? gain ?>f ..nd 774 minist?re .? ?am of SB Tha communicants "f th?- ?ChurchBambsr more U ajt i gain * I n i than 1,000 niera ;<i? Tfl ?Sunday icboola, ? rain ?<f II Tha Church hat? rai?-?-! fui .]. -nomina tlonal obj?Mta, missions, etc., $.i*'.774 and for coogregatlona] expensas 11.189,504. EXTORTION CASE WEAKENS Two Jersey Men Discharged and Others Paroled. Philadelphia. -Tune ?S (ico-ge \v Dlek ensheets. prssldsnt Of ?he l-'nst *\?tion*"l Bank of Woodhury, N .1 . and Henry stiiie, of Clayton, N J . Who, together with Joseph J. Summerlll, public pro*? e?utor ?if Qlouceater County N ?'. sad loaapfe B Beat, ol Woodbury, tt. .'..were arrested in a hotel hers <?n Saturday on charges of attempted extortion, were dlacbarged fr?.m custody by Magistrate Gorman to-day In the Central poll?*te court Summerlll an?l Hest were parol** 1 f ?r further hearing ?>n Friday, BANK SHORT $250,000 Missouri Institution Closed and in Commissioner's Hands. st Koni*. June f, --The Pasalaoot County Hank, at ? 'ai utl.crsvlUe, Mo. has clOSSd its doors and is in the hands of the Si.it-* Hank Commissioner a* th.. result of the discovery <?f a ahortage which may reach ? The greater amount of the allegi >J shortage in in count) funda, and t?> make K"od tin loss th? bank Iwa turned over t?? the Hank ? omralaaioner "_t,O00 worth of property belonging to A. ('. Tlndle, the cashier, xxho left her?* laat Saturday and la supposed to be In Memphis. DUTY ON PIT PAPER FROM CANADA AGITATED Sub-Committee Said To Be Considering Amendment for Retaliatory Impost. OPPOSED BY PUBLISHERS ? As Their Representative. John Norris Contend? That Com? pulsion Will Rerct on Americans. .. ashtngton .inn.- I?Rei hal sn ndm< , .- t ? ..-..it.si i anada on pi Inl . ?sd at i. more t h an i l - be? Ing ? ?' ,.-: lered wen circulated to-i foil ? *? t. t ? ion .f the pa| ? ? ule of ti.. . ral ? ? Renal ? !: . ? . ? ? . mitt? ? > this view, thi summ in ths papet of tl v ? i i ? ? liirifj duly. No . Is ? Ihi tti i anss In the ha ths leanln toward Ii 01 ; p ?, allini i I re* r j ? ? ? Th? ? ; ?? ? ? ? s Originally on Free List. Pi nt paper in the 1 ; I : . . :. of I ' any ei poi l exporl 01 ' ? (t of I ? form of additional ! or license fee < facture ol ? p, th? imp? -? ; endei ? tl to the at-. ? ? i I or other < ... i ? ? tnufacture ' ' pul| .\i duty againal count) y to :? lei I on f , tioni gainst Ami a ood snd pulp sxports. Before th? Mr ? tervalling d u ty, - ! . " ? ?an era to establish s mills onlj ,- i-r effort t I ? , nt | Mr. Non lif I :iil'-il I a ?s'a m st ? ? ? ? I BP'i ? ? i oslni - ?if int? . ? in? ? inads i < ontrols tl ? is au? ' thoi ;? l that with pon -. AMERICANS DEMAND HELP Three Hundred in Mexico Call on Wilson for Aid. Tami co, Mexl i ? i irei i Spr -? | ase d< man ? . . age to ?Pi son ?to know ' on? ?? foi all ?>? b< .. ?. ? prot? tlon from I "W< do nol t.. taks n? ? ?:? for o ir o which would ei ? : . . . g due i The : transmitted by wlreli ? gh i'unaui Millei to W, '? .... tlie Am? at Vers iMfftOfl It :,d.' s. In | ,i * "Ha*. Ing been left a Ithou ite? - v m a i.?" ?? ?-. o? th? i .?? ? ? ? : In thi re we ? .in look for pro coontrj Wt must knon onos t??r uii II w< '-a: ? \i-< ct ?jam? Hi*. Ing i" ei lected to Indlgn '? nd ?pros i abuse dur In, t few days i pre] ratli ns for i rn pen mal snee of our famllli mu .!,? rest ? ? f? ? ? we hsve a bled foi - iho best wa v? ? . ' Ion m ? ?se sary now, sin? sft? leatb it will bs of no utlllt* ?\\. rsolvi and ., r faml h ? In dang? r, and th? lustlfl ?I this i"-tii on timi ? in i ? ?? .? da? - it i- n?. ! ' doul tfui that the slight? il spark bring ,<n the dread 11 tt anj mom? tit. In many Instai ? small arms sold fcmeiIces cltlset f,f thS Ani'-r.an gOVernm?Snl for their own protection havi been demanded, and in soms instance- they heve been tsken." FIGHTS RESCUERS IN LAKE Youth. Out of Work, Attempts Sui? cide in Prospect Park. Despondent becauae bs could ik?! obtain employment. Matthew Medlty, ? in? teen-y,-ar-oid clerk, of N". Mi Palmetl ? treet, Booth Brooklyn, attempted t?. drown lilinsslf ii! Proepeel Park Laks sariy hist evening, Persons psislng ?ths beatbouss near Lalwood Brldgs saw Mtditv ethnb "ti ths kridgs railing snd Jump Into the lake, narrowly n,. striking a fl* B8UN |aun>cb Han y 1 ? st m l ol Sa M Rui ?Road, Platbush, nn-i John Hai No. t*r. i""' ?street, South Brooklyn, got Into a rOWboat .?f!?l went to M.itity ? i.? cu.', but he n sisti ?i nearly ir.at i tn. boat They managed to get hint HShoie, l,i-i\ve\.i, And be wat taken to the KlnK.? <*nunty Hospital H< la under arrest on a charge of attempted suicide ' ALEXANDER SCOTT. Editor Of Socialist paper in I'aterson. ?ntenced to jail for '?ridiculing government." HEAVY PENALTi' FAS PATERSON EDITOR ? ?r? ?ri|.-<l fr,??.? ftr.l |>nj*. ? and giren th? mum "f 12,000 f ? ! under ai x? hicli fter the t McK'nli y, making i' rime to I ... . . f'ntted In ' The " ! . .... being i ' p"ii?"e, ? tt in ?ni the police ol ? -?-? run l ? ? sa," and men, s omen ?n?l ? hlldrt-n art Pli ? B ? l ???:?' I right ? tht ireel a." ? an, he ? 1 th? ir ?.' t of tho b ten le thing bei t ? * ., bun? h "' ?Irtinken ... ?1 them " ? * ! * - ' I ? ai irchlat, not 01 ? ? al ?"? I don i * n ? ? 11 - ' . - nal reekera, ??ay ?nK that .*?. ? owned the ?. Ity of . lins ?m i ? ?? First Cast Under Law. ? trial '!.?? state arg?? i that police were part th? >i ern* ? ?:' thopn ? tin m x- it h off? m all ? ' the i :?? ?Scott had Incited "hoe? tllltj to govi rumen t" xx ithln th?* m the statute. ?B? ?tl admitted ind publishing th.- article, hi-? .- ? at a hat he had writ - i ? n xxas direct?**! agalnai individuals and not agalnai the ?government, and -?fore waa within the rights of n ?Ti ? - press This was thi Bret Instance in which the law has been Invoked In New Jar? i- nown by tboee In? terested in the ease here, the drat con? m ih.it has bean had under any simile i law in an) ? i t he states Despite th?- weight) sentence pa sad '?n Scot! and the conviction y-i.-r.ia> of thirty-nine <f theli fellows for un? fui ai ? n blj the si i Ikers ?n?i n?,t pause in their preparations for their pas? ' i" * sentad to?morrow In Neu fork lo xxa.st.. timo in futile di monatratlona ij, taad all of th? Ir energies that have kept Pateraon on the vergs ?,f an? arch) for tho laal flfteen xx.-? u---. rising ??t tun? s i?. BCanOa* Of rii-t ?un? bino?] were cnncan?tratad In tho "r'J?.*riy rehearaal of thoee scanea asi ?to muai?* and rea trained b) the diaclphne <>f dramatic form. They spent t^e day a: Turn Hall going over and over their parts under ths ? oaching <<f tti.- poet Socialist, "Jack" ?Raed, getting ths prop? r ?Bra ?in ih> m. "Little Firebrand" Freed. ThO h?*arts of tin* r? luar.-???rs Mete mad?- paru? ularly glad uh.-n about .'S o'cio?k the "'little BrabranoT1 <?f the strikt*. Hannah Silvorman. appeared amonta th?*m to tak?. h?-r plaoe as a uadmi; member ?>f the pageant sh? i id been released fr??m ?the < -11 >- jail, whither shs xxas sent yeaterday i,y Ri order Carroll for diaord? riy conduct in his ...un. by B xvnt of ,-. r(i?>r.?n. Tho striken will otan ?their move? ment toxxard Nit* York lo-morr.>xv at daybreak, th?* great mas?? ?going on f?*?<->t, while the artora Will go hy train The latter will go to .Madison Square <;..r?l?-r. ! av.* luni heon, and then I ths finishing their i Th? others e go to L'nion Bq i ?re and f-'i" od " ' >l imak lm *i hen the; s III go In a body to the ! MILL OWNER'S SON BEATEN Striker About to Shoot Him When Rescued by Employes Pa i ..? *. . i ?? ? i ?i sgged Into a ? adjoining i bjr three ? ?'in, Henry i .. r., of tendent of a Lai '. m u ? run ? ? "sy to the mill this n ?? workmen al 1 the i?- 1 him Just a.? one of the ? '? alrw a*. ? i - I Ah he *S on a Main l|ns l morning, 1 ? ?herty notli to gel -*.ork v, ? i and r-.erty ,.?.| or.e Of the men down, tren he . r.',;??d on i? ? to the mill Of!l< * ? ? ? . ?? -i caught him Holding hltn tint'.; the i - - sd Dohert ? w h. n -?'ii'.. kmen t'.e pi ?< ata ran In ' ?? ths workmei wll I I i We I gun s .le running and ? ? of the Pes f. fl itton, of Clifton, ?? Uns >?r h in |all. '? not yet le (or ? r two pickets DIVIDES SPELLING HONORS Poindcxter Right in Putting "o" in "Hydrocephalous." Washington, .lune < tativs h B. Will!.?, of . - been st one*balf of his mir?is won inst night ?. implon at ? ? contes) between nee ipaper mei ? men. Ths Been tai y of Agricu I i .a- Id F n '* ?ton, n ho w?as the declared to?day that the i ly dli ?'?' d I'ti?.' n th.- t ?hloan and Be?nator Miles Potndexter, of tVashlt ? Ths word which brought about tht - v dlaquaUflcation ??i Mr Poindest?sr was "hydrocephalus Professor Houston pronounced ?ths word, bsvtng In min.i the noun as given m th?* old blus bs !?ked speller, snd IhS Senator a*i? ?-1 i??-.i ' h'di" lOUS," the H.lj' ?-the a'..I **'BS ?!>' . lared to have i*i Th.? iirot.ahle reeull aill he a spelling n BtCb t" dSCida the relative ability Ol the 11,?us,- im?I .-'? '..?f?-. . - I ? ; I, ? -..!? -tiuits ? .'.,d- t.. ,i . ?( all comers mi the oi thographti al Seid ? il honor, Members "f both houses Insist that th.? newspaper man are nol entitled to an? other try, es thsrs is no Question about Of tin* wtiidis win. h ths ?rlters missed it was a clo s finish, as only two members of ths winning team were ,?n their feet when ths last newspepsr :. an aas di feati >i KILLED BY ANGERED CLERK Enraged at Not Belag Promoted, Em? ploye Shoots Ticket Agents. Pittsburgh, June I Jesses MeNslr, ?ticket agent st th.? Union station here, was shot an?l killed nt noon to-.lay, snd hi? chief clerk, Rslph Psully, wan fatally hl.it hv D I s,i>*e. anothei lerk In the oftt-e. who is ?.aid to have become angered ?.ver failure lo tecelve promotion when changes wars med? recently in this d? 1 .1111,1. I't ??I' t?l.- I;|llt.?ad. lag? hit.I been In the ohxca of Ceneral Superintendent h i. O'Donnell a few mil it? befors bs went to ths ticket otBot He ma,i- ,,is escape throjgh ths t rOWded \\ al11 nk* r.v.ni ? TO TELL Of DRUG SELLING Man Who Pleads Guilty Promises to Aid District Attorney. I?l?|or Stone, is ho pleaded guilty to Bell? ini- opium llleRally. WBS rSSSSnded to the Tombs reeterds) becauas ??f hi.? pronuse mads to BiwaN .i Bulllvan, \HBisunt DlStrlCl Attorney, that he would giVS lll fonnatloa against other drug renders Hs will n..f he seilten? eil until he has had a ebenes to make Rood hla promise. aton? waa arrested on Mhv *n after hs had a?.Id M cents' worth of opium to De. teetlvs Higglns. Me la thtrty-ali yeara old and live, at No X3 West 39th etreet. WON "SOFT POU" PUT ON MIYN0LDS President Displeased at Pub? licity Attending Renewed War on Trusts. TOLD TO SOUND CONGRESS Graduated Tobacco Tax Scheme Dates Back to Aldrich Payne Bill. It Is Pointed Out. I"; .n Tl-.t Tribun? BltTO? WiehinKlon. June ?? Th" President summoned th.? ittorna (3enerel to th<* White H" and din ussed with him xvhat h<- regardi irmful pub Hclty ??lout possible action against the ?Standard "? Company an?t th?* Toi ? Trust Th- in:; ? ibroad thnt th?* i.?"?:t?? that the Departflseat of justice la planning again te attach the ?Ms cor? porations ars aggravating th?* unaettlad buslnesi tondltioao ??')?? air?-? tine th?* : ? i . -. v, itii ?respect to thi? lubjed that ," dent IVIIsoa talk?*?! t<< Mr McReynoMs. what f.."i. place between the ?President an?i th?- mi?,m? % General Is conjectural ltd the i.'it that th?* President ag? ed i ? displeaaur? '? the wide r?ub -.\i.!'!i reported ?plans contemplated by Mi. M< i'? ?- noli - lied "?? i Ivad Mo ?..( been laid i elbre th- Prest dent, m I * ?' ? II lion ?? ' this ? ? di McReynoldfl In? formed th.- it? ridenl * i? understood, In his oi ?' ? two ti usts in ?i- ire null Crushing ?"mf'tltl'in an--' ? ?ting in rSStralnt of trad.?, despite th*. ' tha United Statsa Supreme ? ? ?n? of ? Mr M< Rej r.olds has b?^rn conaldering ig a graduated tas on teco. Pi soldent to Invi stigate :h?- faaa ? and endeavor ? -, ?MntlHU ' -? a? 10 BUCh a piari an ! to make *"? report Mr. u ?Reynolds declined to discuss the , pian? h?- ?had :n mind an?l Indicated that would be nothing ,n announce until ? ? ? I defli ???- completed his invsatlga? ,1 of th?- Presl '??r.' to *??? Of a? tlon h<> might h? ag H? aald he < spei *-? d thet i?. ? I j It Paul nagt no? ?*. orbid the plan? '. I * olUtkM Of th* t'nion an?! Southern Pa? Iflc roads were to h? n tted '?? ?v'?1 coati Not a New Policy. In ?-.? ???? of the xMiiespr^a-i Idea *i?nt th** McR? raduated exu?!.-- pan x\as ? \, ? ? a new p r on tue ration t?> correct trust evlli White noils'?* offlc. led to t fl ? to ?(plain Juit Tx*hat had taken j pla<*<? thus far .r. the councils of the ad mlniatratlon. The I rapoaal of the Att'irnev ."?eneral ???s described a? "a suggestion ' offered on its merits f"r discussion, an?i teatin?? ' -r the approval nor disapproval of the administration when broached to the ?Si ? atO Finance Cummltt-' for considera* tlon as an amendment to ths pending r bill. The White House version of th? Inci? dents of the la.-t two days, given, it is With the knowledge of the 1 ??<. I to ths f-i I tha Mr M ? sug ? ntically ths Ban ? seta me a ? : th?* AldflCh-Payne tariff law m? under dlaCUSSton ar.d pointed t<*> th?* Introduc , tlon at abi'Ut the same tlms of a Mil as lor 1 ?ck, Nebraska, smbodytng :? .J? is The 'nt*-???! ?lotion b] Mr Httcbcoi K "f pr.i "dually the same ?,*,-.a. ur?* : ? ?as eaplatned ?s relation to th.? - m made by the itton * ? il to the Cebtnet on t isa? ! da> The Attorney General, acc.irdlr.c to 1 White House officials, was convinced by a number of ?; omlnent Independent to? ? manufacturers who saxv hin*, re ? *.-? that their condition in competi? tion ?un tha boh ailed tob?ceo tmst xxas steadily gi "more hopeless iraca was the ?lissolutlon drcr.'e had not 'brought gi nuln?* competition. Th?s-? manufactur? ers told Mr McReynotda that unless ?ome OUld he devi-.'d their bUStaaSB \?.,uid be deetroyed For Specific Emergency. About ths time that the decree **-?s en tered by the Circuit ?Court of Ne\? York. I Hi las officials pointed out. Mr. McReynotda 'hen a special prosecutor for Hi?- government, issued ?. statement ??ay iiik,' ths plan proponed aras b subterfuge At Tuesday's Cabinet meeting, therefore, ? h'-n the attorney Oenernl made ala first ? a pr.>are.jRive excise tav there xxas no thought in his mind, ac eordlngfto white Houao oflfc ??is. that this should embody anj K'*n?r?ii policy. The whole thin? was intended, the] -aid. t> meet ? parti? liai ? m.-rgency under par tlcular clrcumatancea, an?i with the hope .,f preserving the business of Independent manufacturera. it was th>- view of Mr. M? ?Reynolds that this xx as an extraordinary measure, In Btl .?I Of an extraordlnarv occasion i rough! about by what he reaarded as the faillir.* of the ?government t" secure a real dissolution of tobacco companies is i" preserve and insure the poaat? i-'.iitx of genuine ccmpeUUon. The sug? gestion xMis fully die isssd bx various members of the Cabinet and was regarded ns worthy of conalderatlon President Wilson, however, sui?uested that Mr Mc Reynolds talk. It ox.-r x*? it h Senator Sim irions, chairman of ths Finance ?'omrr.it tee, so that n might i??? ooaotdored by that committee for xihut It was worth, in purauance of that suggsatloo, the At torney General talked with Mr. Btnunoaa who nald he would Rh?* It ,-cnsid,-ration. Senator HltchcOCk'O proposed arm-nd nient to put an ln,*reas.-,i graduated tax OH tobacco. It was reported to-dax. might not be aacaptad by tlM Finance t'ommit tae The feeling expressed Is that such legislation should not l>e made a part of the tariff bill and that tt should be given pi olonsod conalderatlon? MILL WORKER SHOT IN BACK Wounded Man Left Lying in Road; Says Four Men Attacked Him. Passate. N. J . Jure K - Brutally beaten and shot In the ha?-**?, by four unknown men In a secluded section of Uarfleld. near the Porst mann-Huffman milla, early to-day. Louis De I ?ava, of Lake avenue, '-'llfton. xsas found lying In the road ly fellow workni'-n, t>e Lara told th?* rjarSeld police an in ' ob?rent storv. Hs w\s on his xa> tO the null, and, aft?-r crossing ihe Acker man avenu, bridge, waa attH?-k?-d bv four m?*n. i in??, ?he said, &tru?*k him xxith a club, while another shot him In the back. breaking hla shoulder blade. He was taken to St. Mury'a Hfjipltal. where he is In a serloiu condition. DIPLOMACY Ml 1 SAYS KHUi? Cl Japanese Ambassador | Nothing Between the T Countries It Cannot Settl COUNTS ON LASTING P& Bryan Praises Both Diploj* at Dinner Given to Geor W. Guthrie, America] Ambassador to Japan. Pittsburgh, June ?.?Th? Jaraneie 1 issador to America, "/IseoOM Oh ;'n?l the new American An-ha.'saic Japan, ?Seors-e W, 'iuthrie, of this shared the honor- of a USthnoi to fie latter to-night, arranped hy ? -fr? ad neighbors" of Mr ?Quthrts Of State William .1 B ?? . ?? no It planned would fonsally Introds ? ? hasia?lora t?. ea.h Other, Was so del that he arm ed almost as tin? f? fgg ended. ?ambassador Quthrla, in sspresstaj appreciation of the domonetrat honor, adi ? ? himself i ? 'inn.la. . "Vour sxeellency. wl will, i have no doubt <?. 1 ? ? bun rii .?.-i ? .i whole ir. to keep faith, and de.sire to ii . and friendship with the Emperor ??? you ?i* justly proud to represset the peopls to which you i I .'u all the o - of ths i M ?:? . people who ki-ep faith, S e wish to do justice. ' station I know not foi I am t<? pi\i?_t!s? sib no [it \ lags ?from the : whkh s, 11 star? "i I > bs, ; neither necessary nor proj tor m? say more Uiai ?? ?? Unless 1 was in full I repn sat In the mission to Ja with whir .-?? \fter paying ?rarefi;: (ompllment! Mr Quthrle and to 1 having r it ' ths riarht rr, ? ptacs Via o int i ilnd i ?seid 1 State ai,-! Japan wsrs now .. lught, were destine. 1 to he brought, Into r.< ." h other b ill branc ? IMes "i do not *. such contact if Hah'..- ? . sional misunderstandings nr.'l ti"n.-. bat i do deny the existence er POSSH .* ' KisU n ?. Ol Snj p : ?? difficulties which would ' ' vl time'v | lomiui?- treetmect?-l t.? e _nd fair i lay an '? i I un<ler?tandini? of the r-f nation hy ti S ?Other "Tt Is this spirit ?that has i rharnetetlze.) the Amer: ti- i so nvsrlsblj guid? ? thi at*u?->n taken bj lapai ?sg e question* of Internat i --nt. It la this i could be success! and lastia latlafaet "It s s the i every patrlotl man m ta - ?Vre.-t his attention t tlon on ...ch a 1 aat I Of S may confront ua In OUT Inti [trai sssit * ? terlty t ? : of our nut 'a lueathed t r-?. ? r : - - our dear ,-. Lssets. It i bs bj id ei all a" ?to come " ? when he BOtered I Ut - ' mediately into sis - which dlgreseed attat be ?had from the bonds Ol to dsCli "i am nol an amb.i?sa?lors | . of ?yurchssl ?x homes I .* is tfso lio s their standard Uve like Aasrtcana." ' ' hav<? had O?ppoi tunil ' ** thia country an ac , ? us ilk n ;y, the which ?began asai his far away bOTOS ?'? and oars are fortua its la hat Ing in ths dlpl ?mat! ier ****?* e -Uli ped ' ? tlee .?hat ?fall to a ambassador. While no one oald ?urpsi him In devotion to the interests of hi eountrymei ! alble to surpass him In tl blnrtnass al m rit " ' vaiuaW In internatio"al afTaits. Hs has ?et * ?high a stands ri thai I ?? lem h* !.. ? .?? .-ar. fol t.. -? ti\e t.. tapas b s s? st ths gcter, -f large si preciatlve of the . piogTsos of ths country to wl l'h i '"" Repreeeatativs \ MltcbsU Priawr ttg w B Wilson. Beerettry e-; Labor, p*?<] tribute to the new ami - :'? *amoM letters of regret was i*r??T?ideni Wilson. Ambassador Quthris win tnskg Mi ?? fi.-iai call on kmbssaador ?Chindathshw t. r perl Of thie month, si .lupin from Baa Frew 1st o ?'?? ?''? ? SEEKS SON LOST SIX YEARS Father 'Happened' in Town and Thought He'd Visit Police, ?'hai'.es Lenandcr, of Neugatu - ha.? asked the pelles te help hiSI son. Julius Nelson I ? wuc been missing il? >?,<rs' 'p?? " scribed as twenty-ens jrears old. "*!\i tall and weighing IH pound? ?n?! last ?Men In this oil , in 1 shaven? T.?.- father, erha Is at Nsugataek, said bis son bed ***. New rerh when sighteon r?na?s '" n worked for a publishing house ****__ , < nee tl1?1 at No ui ?Bast lath street auxw. time th? lather ha> BOt heard EPSSI When the father was aaked why SS ?^ waited so long he said that It ??*L?g first time he had been is KsW B?ROS |SSf, BS ha.l COmS here SO "*? ? tlon Day and thooghl M WOaM u*9' vantig? of the visit tS have lb* Vo lulp him locate hla son. BILL FOR THREE BATTLESHIP* ?asblagtea, J?..." *- ?^???T! Qrsham, of Penneylvsnls, ,nmM,u' K hin to-day to appropriate '??'??Jjj, il.s.ono.oori to Increase th.? navy by a ^^ liing the uonstructien ol thws ana ^ battleships t?> be as heavily BtYA?e* powerfully armored and as ?P<^d> th# battleship afloat They would ha greateet practicable radlua of nemo coat not exceeding P>,000,000 each.