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It has been used with remarkable results in the treatment of consumption, pneumonia, grip, coughs, colds, asthma, malaria, low fevers, stomach troubles and all wasted and diseased conditions. You should have Duffy's in your home. It will do you good. ??For sale by most druggists, jMfDr, grocers and dealers, $1.00 a laxge^bottle. Medical bode- 1 An Infallible Recipe. Is Now "In Butch." Prom the Woman'* Home Companion. Kroni the Boston Transcript. What to do to obtain white bawls? "What's become of your Irish cook2" Noting _ "3b? tmk UHach It***" new a ore dauvcdo kk ||P|.| Hill \ Kulllni K\ portion of their resources to a manageLfLULAIlLlJ IIHIHiI llll meat in which they have no voice. wwW VI * was W "Never before has it been specifically dl - _ ^ A J* rected what investments banks shall ri In nflfiril I fit*!? make> as tor example that all national LL llll UftlllLI | | ||\\ banks should invest 20 per cent of their if fill | Hill | | | | |a ! 1 capital in federal reserve bank stock, or I kflll I IIIII I LUVAr that one regional bank should loan to another regional bank. Such legislation is clearly an invasion of the field of credit, and is something do other nation has Carter Glass Replies to Opsuch a power been conferred on any central bank. If the government may direct oonents of Administration ?s a bank_s resource, .^a > IM4HVCU cALfiR, uie question may wen uc _ __ raised to what extent it may dispose of Currency Me&sure* these resources in their entirety. Constitutionality Questioned. _ 1V_ U| , Tn Dnnt "Banks operating under charters, which SATS DILL flUt^S I U liUU I have ever been regarded in the nature of a contract, arte hereby forced to make this OF EVILS IN SYSTEM NOW subscription, and it Is doubtful if, under our Constitution, Congress can take away the charter of a bank in this summary _v . . __ - manner, because of the bank's refuusal to Cnairmtl Of nflMC COBU<tM U * make a coerced investment. This propd_ _ sition of the government to take the mes raenl Xeserve Boord bank's capital in the manner provided. carried to the extereme, might easily lead Will Be Political on to a" forms of socialistic excesses. "Should the proposed policy of Treas ' ury notes be adopted, and the obligations _ of the government Immediately redeem\ORK, October 14.?Chairman able In gold be largely increased, there Carter Glass of the House committee on wouli be every reason to apprehend, unbanklng and currency, replying today to a similar set of circumstances, a repe?,,r tition of our experiences in 1888 and 18th opponents of the administrations .u - un(ier the Cleveland administration, when rency measure, charged their opposition our national credit was subjected to so to the fact that the passage of the bill severe a strain." meant an immediate loss of profits to _ many bankers, although in the long run U0mM16rC6 CllcimbCrS the change would benefit bankers as well , as the pubuc. Over U. S. Recommend "The real opposition to this bill," he _ said, in a speech before the national cur- UUFTenCy Dill Un<UigeS rency oonfersnoe of the New York Acad- ^ emy of Polltioal Science, "te not as to DETROIT, Mich, October 14. The government control, upon which we shall constituent membership of the Chamnever yield. It Is hot as to compulsory b?r ?C Commerce of the United States membership* which is provided In another ?\ America, Including local chambers way in the Aldrich scheme-a scheme that of commerce boards of trade cornwas unanimously Indorsed by the Amer- m*rfia* clubs and national trade orican Bankers' Aviation. It is not in potion. ? part, of the coun _ try, has approved by referendum vote the required capital subscription nor the ' . ,4 . , . , 5 per cent dividend. It is none of these: the report of Its banking and currency "T* <. thai nt committee on the Owen-Glass currency *4 ?B HW??< Mi VO V YJVO.* 4 VU UiiViWUiik * * - ... _ , . the bill that in the future funds on de- b ,L. n(?^ ?? j1!# 1*'Congress. posit in other national banks cannot be The board of directors of the chamber counted as legal reserve. This means an s,e. ?.n nefe completed the canvass ?5 S??'s".l0?h8 ?"?&& 'Vb?r as the public?and It is the prospect of ??.rjL'?tno A-\7 that loss that explains most of the organ- bein^ 30,5 for> and 1'. ngainst. ised opposition to the bill. Committee Report. Go.to Hoot of Evil. The committee in its report, which "The fight is to drive us from our firm made the basis of the referendum, resolution to break down the artificial stated: connection between the banking business "It regards the measure as a piece of of this country and the stock speculative constructive legislation and believes operations at the money centers. The that embodies in a large degree elemonetary commission, with more dlscre- ments necessary to provide the nation _ . , . , . . . with a safe currency and banking sysnfnwJm" absolut?ly evaded the* teni jn view of the fact that the framSSSStJ^ ers of the measure invite friendly verv^St^of fSs in ?hi? criticism and suggestions we are ianIs glgajri^tic evil, and in this prompted to point out wherein the h? Proposes to cut the cancer out. This propPge<j act may be materially imP^P?8f fo docautiously. graduating gro?ed and strengthened." the operation to prevalent conditions and "In accordance with this statement, seven extending It over & period of thirty-six recommendations were submitted for sep, .. . . .. t arate vote. All these have, been approved ' . the charges that the bill con- wv larae majorities ferred autocratic powers upon the federal reserve board, an alleged political board, Seven Recommendations, and that compulsory membership was unjust, Mr. Glass said, in part: The separate recommendations are as "The federal reserve board is eesen- foMows1. In favor of the increase of the fed-j Hijniareiii mijf ocvuuil, tavuuu , , . . ? >r type of business Interest It should eral reserve board to nine members, the represent the public as a whole. There two additional members to be chosen by Is only one way of securing a board of the original seven members, subject to the this kind, namely, to have it appointed approval of the President: the compensa>y the President of the United States, tion of the governor and vice governor who alone is the elected representative to be fixed by the board itself. Jf the entire nation. That is the way 2. The creation of the federal* reserve we select the Secretary of the Treasury council to be elected by the regional reMid the controller of the currency. In serve banks, the president and vice preslwhom has been vested for half a cen- der.t of the council to reside in Washtury by the national backing act nearly ington and to sit at meetings of the fedevery power conferred by thia bill upon eral reserve board, Ymt without vote; their the federal reserve board. salaries to be fixed and paid by the Board Will Not Be Political. ^^That in the creation of the new sys" Ylthoiurh th* , tern of regional reserve banks a begin- j ' federal ninK t,e made with the present central i reserve board will all be appointed by the reserve cities (three in number), the numPrealdent of the United States, the board ber to be increased gradually by the fedwill not be a political board In any nar- oral reserve board as in its Judgment row sense of that term. It Is my earnest conditions warrant, conviction, based upon long and serious Question of Note Issues. reflection, that no man can conceive?as , . , _. . ? none had yet pointed out?how any part * Concerning note issues: That reaf this system can be perverted to po- striction of the issi^e of federal reserve Ln my If the note8 to 5600,000.000 be eliminated: that interest on federal reserve note. b&8 never had on? desperate enough and be eliminated; that it be made unla^sever will have one shameless enough to ful for any federal reserve bank to pay . thus betray the confldence of the nation, out any notes but its own, the notes is- ? "I happened to be present when an eml- sued being given an identifying numaent banner suggested such a possibility ber. I Lo the present occupant of the executive 6- That federal reserve notes should i :ha|r and heard this banker promptly not be obligations of the government, challenged to show how it might be done. but should be guaranteed by the United I shall not soon forget the emphasis States, and that they shall be redeemwith which the President of the United able by federal reserve banks and not States declared that no man would ever at the Treasury of the United States, be founu who would be willing to lm- 6- That federal reserve banks mutualperil his reputation or tarnish his fame *>' guarantee the federal reserve notes by eo flagrant a prostitution of his high by providing that said notes shall bert*"*-, on-me a first and Dermanent lien upon "" the combined assets of federal reserve b Xust Play National Soles. banks. . a 7. That the reserve requirements of " "Crttios allege that It Is unjust and the Owen-Glass bill be modified and i? confiscatory to ooxnpel national banks to reduced for both country banks and tl Invest nart of their eanital in a federa banks in reserve cities. The board of tj invest part of their capital in a federal dlrector8 has requested an opportunityreserve bank, on penalty of forfeiture he heard before the Senate commitof their national characters If they fail tee for the purpose of presenting the " to do so. opinions recorded. ci "I ask you in all falrnesq, is it unreas- " ? onable for the government to say to the * national banks: Gentlemen, If you wish y Jkg A ja* ? to retain the name national, and to enjoy I IJ^ I TlUAl>\lN Q the privileges which are conferred upon ? mm?m* w, Q, banks chartered by the national govern- \Y A ! %1 >. g ment, you must assume the obligations IyI /\ B IILJ f? which the national government believes ^1 w n the dictates of sound banking require in fff ,a/T*?}/ffLf?JrihfiWl ? the public Interest. If you do not wish to **** asuHW j; do so, you are perfectly free to give up a your federal charter and to accept the **oe Struthers says that a mayor and a a privileges and assume the obligations poet laureate rpust be something alike. ? which state charters involve. You may xo matter how much trouble goes with have a year to decide, but if you are to ,, somebodv alwavs wants the iob * remain permanently in the national sys- ltf BOrneDoa* always a ants tne jod. r ^UfheCni?Wioti0rn!fr?tlie *ara "Weren't those remarks of mine time- d according to the national rules. ly^.. gaid our new congressman. "Yes " ? Terms It Vital Vault answered Elder Bllggins. "But the time F they reminded me of was too much like A. Barton Hepburn, chairman of the eleven-thirty after a hard day's work." t; Chase National Bank of New York, and How fond ideals buck and balk. What e one of the leading opponents of the ad- sweet illusions take their flight. Why v ministration's currency measure, declared won't somebody learn to talk the dialect d that the provision of the bill making the that P0?*3 write.' ^ government responsible for Treasury notes The one objection to music is the fact tl to be issued was fundamentally wrong that it affords an excuse to so many peo- d and that it Invited future disaster. pie who like any kind of a noise so long o "The government should unquestionally 18 they are making it themselves. t coin and furnish metal money," Mr. Hep- ? . ?~ ... . . . . burn said. "But the experience of the borne men s idea of holding a 30b is to | world proves that paper currency, re- ?? ,down to *he t!hoP 3U8t oftea enough to j\ deemable In metal money, may better be make sure they haven't been fired. I furnished through a bank like the Bank ... r. . ... , . t' of France or the Reichsbank of Germany. a?kt tL hV separately incorporated, under strict gov- ^1S/! .J?; ,JT6 ernment control or regulation, but pos- ^ i ^?nJ 2?v 01 sessing current assets which have an sh?w h'* J?y . *ho 13 so Innocently gay, e every-day market and upon which it may M free from g[ammar as from guile that at any time realise. as,you pass along your way you cherish a The provision making the government memories of his -smile? I met one once? c responsible for the Treasury notes to be 1 s?? issued is fundamentally wrong, and this an*el face. \\ ith rope he kept his trou- r, policy will inevitably invite future dis- 8613 taut He looked the Part in any b aster case. I spoke to him in kindly tone and 8, Mr.'Hepburn, in discussing the proposal 8t_rove ??Pat Ws ?uf6r head. His an- b to create twelve regional banks, said that 8Wer chilled me to the bone?this is a h there would inevitably be competition ot ^ saidi. ?!? c among the twelve banks in times of money |^ob? and pul1 your freight. Don t let stringency. This danger, he thought, had 9?ws run over you' \ouve slipped a 0 been realised by the framers of the meas- num^er ,a date, at DafT>ville you re tl ure. but they had Called to meet it by ?71erdue: The worda he used I d hate to o the provision arbitrarily requiring one re- tkJ"k w*re "It*"1 to aho^k ^ny, J8 ,p ? n glonal bank to loan to another. This, he P^de. He said I was a fresh old gink a believed, was an open confession of the whose cranium was ossified! I thought ! V inability of the system to adjust itself m>' >'fcars should be exempt from lan- 8l automatically to the needs of the coun- suage such as he'd employ. Oh! nevertry. Continuing, he said: more will I attempt to patronise a bare- tl foot boy! qi Department of Government. w "The federal reserve board by its very The Skepticism of Posterity. !y. naturewlll be nothing jnore nor less than HiUaire Belioc, Pall Mall Magaalne. 0 it a?paruBfni at sue aammisiraiive orancn There is one very large, very sad and of the government charged with the direc- certaln truth about all the relations tion and control of the banking destinies of pafit and future. That truth is this; r of the country. In the event of a dis- tjje future will not believe us. It will trict desiring some special favors at the not believe our most solemn and prohands of the federal reserve board it found assertions. It will rationalize them P would then be in a position to make use of ridicule them; in one way or another ti of present methods, whereby the Influence if will explain them away, for that is the a of senators and representatives In favor rftost certain thing about the attitude of 8 of that particular district might easily be men toward their remote ancestors. They ti resorted to: will believe the testimony of material * The banking community as a class has things or of their own conjectures, but I no representative on the federal reserve never the sworn word of their fathers, t board, and with the additional fact that it Were it not so there would be no room s has b?t a small minority representation for historical criticism, or perhaps for s on the board* of the regional hanks them- history as a science at aty. Tobacco that is Gc npyXEDO actuall] X *s just mild enoi ous system in p tone. Unlike other t ^ ^ coot and slow. There 19 ^ *97 irritation in a pound < V r Hfc *M L^n y? Great singers sm iX a performance! Publ \kits soothing influence it to smokers whose t * JOEL HILLMAN Joel Hillmen. proprietor of the famous M M Harvey's" reetauraat at Washington, k Mm VJ M ?M " Tuxtdo m good, wholesome ^^M tobacco. with a mildness and trarranc* H m J mil Ma ottn. It mddt mmny degrees t? f my pipe pleasure.M * ^CL|/jffiT 3TWPerfect 7# ^ ^ One reason for unique "Tuxedo pro t unpleasant features tobacco. The other reasor from the tobacco mildest, mellowest 1 grade Burley tobaco Tuxedo is widely manufacturer has si tobacco as good as T Go to your dealc w. n. hind Tuxedo. It will give W. N. Hind. Matter Commissioner of __ J *1 Kenton County. Kentucky, says: UTC anO SatlStaCtlOn tJ "For pure smoke-joy, I hene found .? ' I T. L A - ? --T not rung i o cquai t un?. si /< ? wj Tuxedo it my favorite relaxation." YOU CAN BUY TU FwMttm.tat.wiAnM 1 A_ ktttriftg, carved kt fitpocktt IvC "In the Arctic regions, through weary days in camp at Sulzberger., or | tailing 1000 miles ooer the Atlantic in | HHm&Wi the airship America, my favorite tobacco hat always been Tuxedo. " LAJa/L^CVU/u *4>t mBBBSBSEm HUDSON^ BAY. BY DR. FRANK CRANE. * I (Copyright, 1913, by Frank Crane.) JL The Hudson Bay Company, which did M ^ 1 uslness in the north wilderness of I ? I I I .merica in t.he seventeen teenth century, J i establishing huge department stores in le same region, now rapidly settling, in le twentieth centuryFew tales appeal more strongly to the naginatlon than the sober history of thl6 ompany. It is a story of strong men, f their wild adventures in savage lands, rhoro law's nhode was in the hiD Docket: f their grim purposq holding on tor a uarter of a thousand years; of the grip f the Anglo-Saxon, set and unloosed from eneration to generation. It was Charles II of England who in S70 gave to "the governor and company f merchants-adventurers trading Into ludson's bay" their right? to trade in nd to govern an empire of field, forest nd water of whose extent they had no A onception. f It was in a day when unexplored lands S 'ere given away with a free hand and a f . oyal largess; in a day when the Pope ^ C rew a line on the globe and gave all on ne side to Spain and all on the other to 'ortugal. The hardy English pioneers threaded ^ heir way into the vast, still north, buijt tietr lonely stockades, trapped and huntd in the unhampered freedom of the new rorld; fought and traded with the Inians. For a while this advance guard of Engsh civilization had a hard contest with heir traditional enemies, the French, who isputed their territory, until the treaty f Utrecht in 1713, by which France reigned her claims. Then followed what was perhaps a ercer war, a war with their competitors, erce and bloody aS a Kentucky feud. 'his closed in 1821 with a merger with tie Northwest Company.' " _ L - -I . Thus through years, centuries, the Hud- f O DC SUFC tll3t on Bay Company has hung on; and now omes a curious adaptation of its old-time ? "T* | nterprise to modern conditions. | ?l# It is establishing a chain of department tores throughout the newly developed . t * I a anadlan territory. I lLA Few of us realize with what tremendous * ClvU?IVllv Ulv apidity northwest Canada is being rought tinder cultivation. Tralnloads of ettlers during the summer come rrom Unneapolis. Shiploads come from Kngind. Vast farms are being improved. Ities are upspringing like mushrooms. The Hudson Bay Company has already pened in Calgary a. department store represents a capital of 13,000,000. An- - ther is building in Vancquver. say the /VTCj ewspapers, at a cost of $4,000,000. Still 1 lU* vllCOi nother, at Victoria, will cost $1,250,000. Winnipeg will have a seven-million-dollar I'd E tore. There will be one at Edmonton. I MJ* The value of this private enterprise in le perilous days of frontier life is unuestioned. It remains to be seen how it ill adjust itself, and what will be the lw2255M5mi2aIwH<I55vS55S eople's attitude toward it in these days r growing distrust toward privately " wned wealth units. young English lady attached to ou _ e . secret service was told oft to secure, I Women as apies. possible, certain army secrets of Prance com Tit-Bits. With the hope of being successful, sh< lVUi ^ 4k? .44.^.1 - .. # . ^ uLircii'icu aiiciiuuil Ui tt. iuc*iiw:i w Military spies of the fair sex are com- the French headquarters service, whj aratively common, and only a short promptly fell In love with her. Her con jne back a woman named Peterson was science, however, reproached her witl nt KM on opinion of bom, a ^^Too^'StST^SSSi py in the employ of France. It appears ^flection of her victim. As a consequent hat she had entered into a love affair sbe resigned her post and was led t< rith a non-commissioncd officer named the altar by the young officer. Metrich solely for the purpose of ob- At the time the Bock of Gibraltar wa aining from him some important naval being turned tato ^Ts?ongfortresTt ecrets of which she believed he was. pos- young Gennsm girl took up bar real dene* essed. there, and a large number of the officer! This reminds uh that some years ag? a became victims to her charms. A L'-i'" - i . . . A' - _ i^V" " ? " . xxl for Your Nerves / soothes the nerves. It igh to keep your neryK>ise, your muscles in obaccos, Tuxedo burns JB cannot be a speck of In ^. K of Tuxedo. y okc Tuxedo just before "VP* ^ ic speakers testify as to . Doctors recommend hroats are delicate. C. R WILSON - C. R. Wilton. manager of tbo LsrcotUB . hoatre Pitttburg. sayt "Tuxedo postene* all the good feaK l^r M H '?m / other tobacco* and none of their drawbacks. It* e remarkably oaHrfactory tmeke." UccoHr Pip, and Ci*mtu its superiority is the cess" by which all the are eliminated from i is that Tuxedo is made grown?the choicest, M v* JL leaves of the highest |iL? fy r imitated?but no other ^ lcceeded in making a :r today and get a tin of jflv \ you the greatest pleas- paul coman L _ _ *11 L--_? PauJComen. Captain of the 5th Precinct nat mOney Will DUV* ? the New Orleans Police Departntat, " * tayt: '' Tuxedo has proven its superiority in fvci\A rifrmniniFiir mildness, coolness and purity. Most of XEDO EVERYWHERE the men on the force use it and I'm with them. For my pipe? Tuxedo exclusively. ' C*Birew?atp??ck,inner-lined C_ . . wilkMimn.pcwiHrtf... DC ]j?|K m | zfzr:/ Hffll real Packages. " 'Mff f^pj. HIS BOOK I ES TO PRESS I NX OCTOBER 15, 1913 your name appears in this issue arrange sphone service before that date. Business Office for Telephone service or advertising space. MAIN 9000 VPEAKE AND POTOMAC SAfl PHONE COMPANY / = =- ? r die-aged major, however, suspected that wanting, have one of the most lntereot- V f the fascinating frauleln was a spy in ing clubrooms in London. Appropriately the employ of Germany, and during a u , ^ UDr?.r floor The walls are : few dlsorcet chats he had with her he lt 18 on ,? T, *** m discovered that she knew a good deal covered with pictured theatrical, indudconcerning runs and other matters. After lng the original of a line caricature of ? communicating with the war office, he Henry Irving by the late Frank Shoe , politely but firmly requested the German f, . letter from the adored ? girl to return to her native country. worth, and a letter irom tne aaoreo I " Nelly Farren to "My Gallery i-oym," fe ? I claring her benefit was "like a first night > Aellerv VSmI Vii.ht.rt only more eo." There arc posters recall? Gallery ?r?t Jitter*. in/the ^ ..No Fee- agitation of iwi. j from tho Leadoe Chronicle. autographed photographs from all leiul1 The gallery first nighters, who have j lng actors and actresses, and a stack of [ been asserting their righj to weigh j memories of the theater that the Gibbon . dramas in the balance and find them of the British drama cannot overtook. v - / jj JUS ' . . '