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ifjllRTY-FIFTH YEAR, VOL. FPJATORS c BE ELECTED BY DIRECT VOTE OE PEOPLE .. n, Limit in Y C( PIT! I ,0r); I-I ; n : iyt I I ii- ' ' i li j'ition Providing Such Pio cedtne Formally Ratified by , 1 hi ec-Fou i Iii s of States. CONNECTICUT'S ACTION . ftnn II TlWr MAKES IT OPERA I IV t( j , -n.- Iiictnul nf I no'teh-i I'll., Ill I I'lUlii" v-i ---v.- I (.'.illll inoiii'i v-'i . Choosing Members ol J hues llppol xeu Body Electorate Will se Piivile'ie. 1 It Mnrnlng Journal Pimm-uI 14 Witt. I , lum'.loll, Al'i'il V-- l'H" t Hit- , ,f I nit' (I Slal.'s si iiatnrs ,y tin-1 Iii.nl'' 'nnill"'- .nstilu- mill. ni.., I mill i. iv tnilay, win n the ( :i-lalllli' lalill.'l till' i. ;,. Il.lllll'llt MllllllUl. ilian a y r a-", that I'.snlis lliinimli In l a many 1 -l; i -1. it ma , l.y rmi 'lii' silii thi' j ii li ve liavc inl- ni i . l until a-- nn in Ii,. s.'ll.'lli' . t,.ai(l will I'll t l'.U lln- is i as I. ,f 111 tin- i liavu mini's munis as tn ll"W ilii'n t i I.'' I: itl'inl nut. nil f S. Ilil' hil,' till' I" , nf slat,', nrlamatl animiim aim n.iiM nf till' S.'l'- iim final rati , -nl l.y tliiit.'- ill f t!m ! l! s, IS la iM.iw l:i' ' i !. --, , till! Ill 1 1 li lit f. ,iv a part r, iiii''i ,1 Py la" . S.'lia ami 1'iii.iii, l.ailiis in , tlnlis I mill in rniml'i SH, ,,,hii,'ii tml,i that ,r all 1,1... li' lll pillins, s nf tin- , nn-tillltinn, wh.i m.iv It I'lii tiil to man ,,-n.it.' lii'i'i'al'li'f mi. , lit," sai.l Si natnl' J 'In- ii. w ami mini' nt ,. I. l:is!ii t III i s. h'HM- , . s, I ill,- t II,' 111, I II," I' t l. l I, i li'.l rah. Ul I s to 111'' r, th,' liulit fur rlntiim ii.as. .Many I. K i nr. I ami will m , ,i i 'iv in 1 1' 1 5, a .tuns liavi' ml-ii'-rnnwiii' iin- I, w lin ks ItI'.'I'.' thirty si iiatnrs rs ,1 that In in. ny it s v ill a.ln'ii i i 11 1 ins "f n.l-r . It Is (Min i s , l-."lslat Man ail imi iziil in ttm li'-w uiii'ii'l-n-'iit ami diriTt th,' Knyirimrs tn ai I'.aiU s.'iuitiirs tf in )! ' ii I v until Ihi' i" -pl,. can I'li'. t in- r. :H l'i Kiilai ly ,,i!ii',l I'l.Ttimis. S,.-i i.i t s.'ssiuiis nf till' 1,'Kislalun s Mill ha iil'Ki'il in many stat. s, so thai th,- nr. issary laus tan he pass il h-'-.'.' th.' n. ni i'al ipTtinns nf IMI. Ill Ji'.i.M' litat. s, a.'tinii ah, -ally has hi t n l..k. n, nr will It I . tin- I'-tisI - tin i'm fii.l tin lr pii-si iu iiailinrizini; thi' prnpii- tn sslnllS, le f.T s. nat. in ii ,'Xt l', l'S eleetinll. anattir ill Mary ,w h( Id hy Seiin- The i lii'it-u land f"i' the place nmv t, 1' J,iel;v,,n w niiid ha t e Hie legislature next y. "I.l s.-lem. A speeial Mart land lei;isalure w , ary tn la in ide law s hy l.ir tlectien enllhl nel'lll' lii-rn made h' iii; under tin.' SesSiull nf Hit mhl he iii i'i-s which II pnp' -' next j't-ai, In tile upinmii i lin Sili'et'. Kuvernur '. Ill cm I a t ur can In under tin nf the S"ti apiinintcd hy new prnvis- tl h il Sena tnr Jaeksnn's term ex pires, unless the legislature shall have i".eeially dirnted such act ion. Tin- law amendment In the ennsti t'ltii.n, f.,1- the pupular eleeliun nl railed States seiialms, is the sctt.'ii tiTiilh tu he adupled. It leads; "The senate uf the I 'nil t (I Sla(,'s sllilll ho cnmpnseil uf twn s. naluis fruni each stale, eh eti ,1 h tile pcnplo theleuf, fur six years; and each Henatnr shall have one vote. The elcctnrs in e-u II state shall have the ipiali fuutinns reiiiisite fur eh-clnrs of llu- inusi nuinerniis I, ranch of tlm Mate leislaUires. "When vacancies happen In the r. presentation nf any slate 111 the "nut", (he executive authority of fm li stale uhnll issiii! wrils of eleeliun tn fill such vacancies, luuviih'd that the legislature of '"iy stale may tnipower the ex eeijtivo thereof tu make tcinpur "ry appointments unlil the iienple t'H the vacancits hy election as 'lie lctUslatin'o may direct." 'lie amendment mimarilv transfeis, Die the power nf electing .sciialurs Iroiiij state li L-lsIatiires tu the l.euple at lb polls. To effect this t haiiKe it wasj necessary to alter the machinery fori the fillinij of viu'imcii s in the senate. l'or inure than sixiv vear.s i.rimosals hiive. hn n inadt! tu chariKe the nui "titutinn so us to prmide for the di rect (lectinn of sciialurs. It was nut, liuwcvcf, until June L'4, 1011. that the f-i'iiato was induced fur the first time hi il.s history to Mite its consent tu Hie change, (in that day it voted to Milimit tu the states the prnpusal it tm nclm.-nt. The rcsAluimn tu .suh hiil. had alrciiiiy iiassed the house in n snniewhat clifl'ereut form.' llefore I'djuurnmeiit of the session, hnth ''"uses agreed to the lantiiiatve tu h-t einiduyed, ainl the icsulution was eh' P"site,i with the secretarv of slate Mat the K, Vjli, for distribution atnutij,' states. The original theory in estaldisliinK file choice nf senators was that they r presented the states, whereas the itieinhors of the. house represented tho l'ople of their districts. Jt was be cause of this theory of the stale ns a l'iilt that all states, large and small, .Vera given pipial representation in thi) nenato, Ithode Island havinK the "i'lie niimher as New York or Penn sylvania. In the theory of the con Milutmn framers this entity of the j'at was thus made more distinct un-u'-'1' the federal system, and the slate CXXXVIII, No. 9. legislature Was regarded iiH I lu dlllt ii lilc medium li.r . xpi i ssiug this 1 . 1 1 o ohtltv. l.ul.T jl ;i Ml ootltt mini that m V : t 1 1 1 1 1 would ft 1 1 1 III' pli -ci rv ril if people i.f ihi' entire Mt.iti-, in stead of I I II' leglslutlll c, I In 'Ml' till' Sen ators, It II ' 1 this Vil'W lllls ImW III III in ' I'I'I' i .11 till' hasis nf till' lll'W HVh- II III. ia Ix.'ti till' Dint 111 Hell VIMS til ll I'll m ci that V W ngr.-ss InnkiliK tn u change. In year Pepi'csciitaDv e Slurrs, of w Yuik, Inl I nihil til a i , nil utimi king scnat.TS I'll l tiV o I.) till' pcn- AiU'tln I' l'i solution nf similar In. i l'i,' mi 1."' 'I t was introduced ly I;, pi, taiiM- Wright, "t ohm, iii I is. 'mi Si-iial"!' Ch m, ns, n' Al.ih il In tm. i, hit loil iii ill tin' lili-t hi'ii.iti't nil dm t el ftiull I I "-ill Hi (I'M III Die Si'lUlle. Nullum; resulted In. ill til. si! imiM III. 'Ills. It was Andrew J . ' h 1 1 " i 1 1 who lo- is I'll enhgri ssiniml iiKil.it inn fur I In ilirri I ill ill. .ii nf s, u. it. n.s. As a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i r of tin' house i.f ii'if. s.-ntu- DViS, Ill' lilt I imIihi il tun 1 CSollltinlls fur the change, ami In l.siin iniinnl tli, agitation us a number nf the I Hi'liati'. In lsiis, us president, Ii.. sent -"'l.ll n I , I S ' ' in niliKir'!- 11 ,1 I - eating t In- 'ni.iiMtii and lln rcpc.it- i'il Ins rn i.niiiii mlutimis la 1 1 1 M annual message. 'ri'i' snhtect wad revived In IsTI, iv,,;, is.i; ism; ami lsss lint Wllhnnt nil, - I ssii ami 1 sss, hi ls:i;j il,,. -- hulls,' agreed to it iii.! In tin' sin til.' propositi, il, as less, ami still again in lviv, I'.n.ii ami I'.mJ. 'I'll'' proposed illango nil mini' nf these occasions xvn ii a favorable n i'i'l't I nail o.inmit- li'i'H ill til.' M Hat". W in, the house thus arrayed veil' V(.,,r iM f ,S(. ,lf ,,. , i,,,,,. si'iiati- hnaliit' tin' ha 1 1 h ui'niiml. S,n latnr i:i'isl"U, nf Kansas, t..,,k tlm I, 'ail j in a,lniar nf ani,-ii,lln3 lln- i-.m-ti- itutinn alniii; th's lui,'. In I i.t. inl'.-r, I l!m:i, In' intinilm i ,1 his first nsnln : thin. A yi'.ir lat. r Im nhtaini il a la M'nit frnin tin' i. mil niitt.-i'. hut ;i fia Itnri' ha. I l.i.-n ta.-ki-il nntn his ,rn 1 pnsal wlih Ii lirminht mi a fitln in ' tha s. n.iti' ami thii'Mii-m .1 In kill tin' ; , l,t ii ,' pi np, 'sit i. ni. This i nli-i pnv, ,1 f , a -itiit,' was tn aim ml nlln-r pinisi.,ns I of tin- must it nt imi s,i as tn ihinim 'th,' f.-ih-ial imi . I ii n 1 1 nt nf pi, wit tn sup, his,, th,. stall- lit: iilatiuns as tn tin- t i tiit- ami liianm-r nl i-h i limi. Tin-1 , ' nt, s ni si'i'i ni'iTi s nattu s i in ,-a t.-n.-u ! to (p-fi'at tin.' main pmpnsitmn if thi If.hral until mm nt was mM'il this pi, vw. s, naiur Knnt maili' a s.,., p, ! in whiih In- riiti, l-i'il tin- int-t 1 1 ' I 111- plnl-'l hy till' Hnllthl-l ll stnt'-N in ih - . privhitc iii-rtiM s nf tin- ritiit nf suf l I'l'iiBi'. Si'iiatnr Hii. iii l i plii .1 Hint tin I 1','tl.ral ;tit i I n mrnt was lu-init pitin 1 tin' pnwi r nm-i' innr.' tn i nai t "lurct' ! hills" ami si ml iirmi.s ami r.ial'slials : int. i s, null, in Ktatts tu inlimitlat,' 'inti'fs. iu Frhriiary 'S, just hefnn Mlin i-nil nf tlif Kissinii, thf I'l-sululluii i w as ih-ffati , hy fnnr v"l.-. ' S, nntnr I'.i istn'.v ri'itiltinluri'.l tin' . 1 1 snhiiimi in tlm sp. i lal s,-ssmn ini .... u..., !; f ill.iw i 1 1 K- Tin- lU'.IH "f thr ' pr.-i'i'dini; Kt-sinii was rt l.muhl, hul this timt' Hit- li ii mis nl tin- i i s, , hit inr, ; wnn hy a mum nf ti l tn L'4, nr fiw j llinr,' than (In- ivi,niri'il I u-t lllfil. Tin- In, as,' li.nl pass, ,1 a rt'snhilmn wlih li mad,- it i li ar th,- frih ial imv ' ti nmi'iit was lint tn i il 1 1 it i I witii j s.-natmial i-li'i lmns In thi' stat. s. Km!' wi i-ks tin- iimasurt' was In mnfiTi'iirr. ; Finally th.' linns.' innli ic s ri tli il I and t In' hulls,, agreed u the .' T tn ;;:i , the M ill I !e ll- lm I' measure hy a vule nf 2 I'retiuiis tn this tim sl.il, s had taki n the hit tcral teetll hy eiinctiiiK laws which in effect did nnt wail Inr a mm litnl iniial aim'iul ment Oh tile Sllhject. I'mhahly the must siietes.sful nf these was adopt ed in Oregon. It virtually directed til- members uf the leuislatiue tu ch i t the ieisnn whu received llie ma jority Mite at tile Icylllar tlecllnll, when llle da, IllK of the llallle nf a candidate lur 1'tiited Slates s, uaior upon llle tickets whs authorized. The centri'l of legislatures hy ureat curporii tions w;is assigned ,y s. nator llrislow as one of the main reitsuns lur Hie demand, ,! chaimc. development iluriiiK: recent Die Ki'iiit corporate intcict cuiintry," said he. "and llu 'W ill time IS Ol' the I of llie ill. I I ,'ISoll latin", tu naeiuusly ill nf S, II SIS. The ta nc, uf legislatnm i their affairs, they have I Buught In control the elecln atoi's frieiitlly to their inter jaiwel' nf these Kltiit financial and in iluslrial iiistitiili'Uist call be very effec tively list d in llle eleeliun uf senators hy legislators, ami Ihey have many times duriim recent years us. .1 that power in a must reprehensible ami scamlaluus manner. They hate sla nt enormous amounts, of money in "! ruptiiiK legislatures to elect in the .senate men uf their own chousing." One uf the first speeches made In the si t:a to during the tw, nt -year cru sade fur the change in f.itor ol the dircit i 1, i i.'u was by Senator 'I'm pi'', of Indiana. ill that speech he de clared thai the election uf senaims by legislatures was the one blemish nil Die dellincra.y Which Was em budied in the American government. iiit. of th,. must nutahle Spe, -eheS ever matle in nppositiun to the i -hange was that of Senator Hoar, of Ma'-sa-chnsetls, in 1 s:i:. He slated the ob ject of the election of senators by legislatures instead of by the people had been tu remote one of Die Ivv" bodies of legislation" from the npcra I tion of the fleeting passions of th'' I hour, to lay its foundation below the I frost, anil to remove the appointment ' of the men who are to compose it. as far as may he, from the temporary excitements which so often move th" people to their own harm." "1 ti i ii nut afraid to say to the American people that it is dangerous to trust any great power of guvi rn ment to their direct or Inconsiderate control," he added. "I am not afraid , to tell them not only that their "'".'j second inougiiL is neiicr inaii ,.,' ,, , hasty action, but that a government j w hich Is exposed to the hasty a' tinii j of a people is the worst and not Die best government on earth." No legislation by congress will he necessary tn put the change Into ef fect. H will he Incumbent upon the various states to see to it that proper provision is made hy the names of senators soing on the regular Pallets. Should any Htato fail to do so, it has been sugges'ed that congress might (Coiiliiiiioil on I'uco Two.) UfJITED STATES TQ OBSERVE GAUTIUH III RECOGNIZING NEW REPUBLIC Ft i idi :!,'!! Om.i.;iation of Chi nese Pailiamcnti No Olfi.'i.i! Action Will he Taken hy tho American Cov. eminent, PRESIDENT WILSON HAS STRENUOUS DAY Chief l.vx lit e finds Some thing to Occupy Every Mo ment of His Time; Receives Schocl Teachers, III) Mi.mliu Jimriiiil RW,1.,I 1 nnr Witt W'.ii'hin ,imi, April x.- I Ii,' run, "I ; Stali-M 1 1 : 1 1 1 .1 will ili ii r i f i ii; 1 1 i ! a till' mll-tlllllinllil i nf h n i ass. -mhl'. . I w hu h i-t tmi.it at l'i kini!, attain., a tnai. Tins ,. I t i I- I'l i siih iit ii I I In- ipmstiun Willi mi tl- HI L'.Hll. kllntt II .1 lllscl.ssi I " ,ii h . I l ll.-t tnd.i; II, ',1111111 nl i 'a III,- a Ilia 1 .' I, ml, i 'lily ri.in ha-l till' lltljnlllhhli nt nf s.v lllhit 1, lit il N-i w hi, Ii th I tn lal. i- t,,.l Apill U', III, I niii-.l St . I y w ill I,,- il. . s III la. .1 a li W i .Ullitl Ic w id ,,, w Mil III, ,1 Males, iimst nf th,- nth, is t In I ei II I r, ll. ste, I In jnin ill I hi Hint I lll'-nt , jin; ,-, tn a tv lit t lie initenliir til th id. il ,f th et'lisll- t inlia I pi n, , s-'i s eleet inns, f M'tCI'al uhi.-h will h, a in. liter lllnl.t lis. Seen t a i v I p t ,, n a mm 'a I.l. Kl.niis tt I nf Ihi me. -tina al IVkiiiK ami tl u.n . rumen t had made a imeil that assemhlj s at llle m w iinnnth he- -nil in-'. The s. ei'etaiy u'. the Im- I . ssimIi In h I , th hlatl. h. Pl.t.. I their i, nia I ni 1 il l l y ; i a. lli-t s that an mam as nf the asM-mhly ii.ii, ranlzatiun and pr, .Us ui till' exeellllM' hlallell nf III, ,'L'llitl 14 n 1 1 r ii iii e ii t were eiinsen, ree- 1 Weill. h,, lAteillh'd WilllUllt ,. u ail inn tin' r. m i al llakhimd. nff, the I ; 1 1 .im , w hn isitnl Seer, d.i la nhtaill elelnen, ellrtmns. Mr, v-ian unihassi l.i ry llrali tu ,' fur a I: ussiaii .-ii hi. penit I I- A m i i I I III pi ill 1.1 1't , 'II. ,1 I n a n A In. t'l Aim 1 lii'Mtl In hat. i.f Uiissia In I lu ll r emu erteil lit the iiiett.-r nan pinpnsal i in China. nlil . the I 'hin -ale III eiinlleeti, a nli-a 'It'll law 11 nf the eah :l'li,.l Nnt 111" IS-! Imnia t. nthm pint, SI that sil se (Hestiun, hut 'tl w Ith Hie ( 'ali- ueell,ie, the at- iiet P. day. The nf the .hi pa In se pm'i 1'nmelit Il a hill wmil.l he In tlnlalimi ll III He. ilv li;;hls nf the .lapallese amassed hy the pnsideiit and ins adti.-eis, and ;in made tn Influence tile cause f.u- prides!, i n sub nt will tli-. u s effort Will he , inu a 1 nf a nv hiiiiiii'rmv the Die siluatinn wild i: pie; dilative Ilaker, of Cali- loi ni l. It was with the the oapit els. i bust d fur the president, ', Din?, his visit tu usual list uf eall- i a l.iliet m 1 and tin HEAVY FEDERAL TAX PROPOSED FOR Senator Jones of Washington, Introduces Bill That Would Take Fifty Per Cent Above Fifteen Million Dollars, I (Br Miirntnc Jnurnnl KiM-etuI Leased Wire Wnshlnatun, April S. -An inlu"il am e tax that would run as high as all per i cut on Inrluiics over $ I r,.oiui,iuui iwas proposed in a bill Introduced in I the senate todav by Senator Junes, nl Washington, The measure would ini j pose Die Inheritance t-'x on all estates jiX'-ept where the heipicst is tn mcm i hers of tho Inimediiitc family, in 'which case there would he an cxt-mp- iun of JiLTuliOn and The general Inh a redm ed rati', rilaii.e tax pro- .used la us follows; ( '11 estates of less thai' nt; from $.",,liiiO tu $ ill: from $",(), Oilu to $ "lit; from $.)(l,(llli) to 1 per n. nun, 2 per r, ft . o n o . r, per t7.',(i,iui(i, in p. r cent; from $ 7 0H tu $ I ,r,nn,ufi0, I.", per cent; from $ I .."IKI.HIMI to S:!.miu,liOi, 20 per cent; from $:l.d0fl, (uui tu $7,0nn,fi0il. 'ITi per cent; from ST Dilii.fuiO to $ 1 Oiui.OOO, 4u per cent; above $1,1,0110,000, a0 per cent. No constitutional aineii.iii'eut would be necessary tu impose an Inheritance tax. S U FFR AG E IS BADLY BEATEN IN MICHIGAN 1 tun si iff rap c, me, -di lerday': it. Mi 'h.. April in .Michigan fj ll hopelessly defe i eleetinll when s S. Woma n ll" rally was He,! in yos atlering re turns received late todav from the rural districts nf the stale (lid nnt tend tn materially dee reuse the big majority rolled up against thenmend m nt. tThe oppum ids declared to night the amen, linont had failed by 2.1,000. ES ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, W t Pn Si) RELAPSE BY POPE PIOS; iihv.s of A.vl Pontiff of Ro mmi Catholic Chinch Causes PiotouiKl Anxiety llu ouch out Cleiical Woild, VATICAN SEEKS TO MINIMIZE CONDITION Offiei.il Statement 0icn Out At'iibuies Attack to Reeui icnce (f Influeiia ami Says He; t Only is Needed. Ill I I I I IV Home, nll !.(! a. in.) Th.. phvsieiaii ill nt teiul.i n , nil lb,' pope through the lllght le purled that nt mitlnighl Die p.ipe'j. temperature shut' i d a slight rle. This, limn v. I, did n.il ptcveiit. the patient from gel ling a fair iiinuunt of sleep. (Ily Murnlnic J.uirniil lr.'lnl tenvel Wire.) Konie, April s. pope Pius . has sull. rcd a relapse, ami as Is usual in I'clupS, S, his condition iS I nllMllcfed giavcr than that otiasiumd hy his illness of lad month. The pr. s. nt at tack hegaii with a fainting III, and Professor .Marcliialava, the papal physician, was summoned lute last night. lie visited the pontiff again early thiH morning; and scvcial limes today. 'llle official statement given tillt at the Vatican simply mjs; "The pup,, is suffering fimu a re-laps,- of the influenza." The ( Ihserv ii lure Pumaiin, the Vati can organ, published the lulluwing ol ! i' i;i 1 slat, in. nt this ettiung: "Sinco yesterday i veiling the Imly father has hc.-n iiid spuscd with u re lapse l f iafili. I:,;.!. Hi . c diliou Is t.a using no anxiety, but lie le,UiIt;s much lest." Tile tl'UIll is that Die pope's relapse is causing great auxiciy, because, it WHS lint expected, illld li'l' th" Dll- tlur reason lh.it at his advanced nue I hi I e is the .v er-pi , -ciil dang, his being unable tn wilhstuud drain nn his strength. Today his tempi ratine reach nl Die .1 iillle ever 1 nil I a h ! li In il. which in it self is nut nt all alarming, hut the m art lu.wcii weakness ami there v.as IVldclue nf kidney trouble. The ei ni ,1 1 1 1 1 ui known as albuminuria, which lieiueiilly iiccimpaiiies inllu ciiza, Is present, imlicating' nephrilis, ur inf la in ma I imi nf the kblnevs. At it lat,, hour (umglil Die pope's condition was said lu have inalci ia 1 ly Impruvcd, partly utving to the fact thai he ha, remained In bed all day and, with tlm exception of Cardinal Mciry Dei Yal, the papal secrelary of stale, his sisters and a lib ", had re ceived no visitors. At 7 o'clock Monday evcu.ng pnpe retired In his sludy. He complained of leeling oter-Dt'eil. ju-t what hour he was ov.rcnne the hail At hy a fainting spell has nut been learned, but members uf the household rush ing lu his assislance realized that his condition was serious and boonnio greatly alarmed, as nn physician was present. Kalhcr prcsdoi imu, the Va tican chemist, was called and admin istered stimulants, which revived th" pontiff. lir. Andrea Anihi was hastily suri- )i i Hi d and was followed by profcssol Marcliialava. They luiiml that he pope had already been put to bed, but was slill suffering; from a ret urrci.'.:" nf faintness. rinding that the aclij'i uf the heart was weak, Ihey injeTled st in pi; i lit h us, which icstnred him. Ily irihr of the. iihy.sicla.iis, nil a uuu i.e, .; worn suspended and the pnpe I',,. .; oil 111 bell I ll lol Ig ll oil t Die day. On hi., '"it visit, Jir. Marehia-fav.-i found t ndilions satisfactory, allhoiigh thu p....: iff wns extremely weak. Cardinal Mt-rry Del Val, in reply tu ipiesiiuiis concerning the exact condi tion of the pope, said: "f feel sure, that wllh extreme care, helped hy the prayers of the faithful, the hnly father will be spared l.mg for the glory of the church." Professor Ma reh iafa va, in an Inter view tonight, said that, the alarm was not Justified. lie expressed tho hope that the altending ph) slelans -would be able to overcome tho disease quickly, if tho pontilf were allowed completo rest. It must be remembered that only a f,-w days after his election to the pontificate, Pnpe Pius fainted In the Pauline chapel while hearing' mat-s. If the pnpe, as Is hoped, succeeds in recovering' frmi the present, attack, It is a a huuiieeil he must definitely abandon all fatiguing ceremonies, even audiences, which, the doctors declare, in his condition, would result in grave consequences. The pnpe manifest! tl deep grief when Informed that, he must suspend nil a utlienc.'s, ns he was to havo re ceived today 1,.",00 pilgrims. Frequently today he repeated how sorry ho was not to see so many old friends, adding' wilh a melancholy touch, in VeniDan dialect: " am no more use, either to my self or others." (Continued yn Pap) live.) SUFFERED OEid CONDITION IS SERIOUS Y, APRIL 9, 1913, TS TRY TO SETTLE Fmht to Seem o Passage of New Tm iff Revision Bill Opens With Confeienccs on Undoi wood Measure, OPPOSITION CROPS OUT AMONG SENATE LEADERS jFiee Wuol ami Sue,ar Pio- visions Stumhlin.1-!; Clocks That May Defeat Enactment of Paity Le.ejslatii.in. i (Ily Mnriilnir Jniirni.l Kei-lal l.ei.vetl Hire.) I Washington, Apt il s. Th" l.ghl f,.r ,le lie mi 1 1 le I, Mill' I, Vision big.lll in i cuii g i ess today. C. in f. rein s and par ty plans, which have held Die st.g for tticks pad. .;.iv.' WaV (,, Die I'll -I open sl.-ps f,.r Die passage of the m w tariff hill. I'lcsi.b lit Wlb, Ul's p.lson ally delivered in, 'wage, calling upon his parly associates In both houses sp" edllt to enact Die parlt s pledge, Of I, II ll f 1 I V IslOll, V. US filllnW , d ht II caucus of llellinei I ic hull.,' lueinb, I'V Iwllllll Will ennllllil, fol' MViT.ll dav-. ami in which .b in", i .is will attempt ' In settle their d ! f f el e II, cm 1111,1 nalee I lip.UI Mll'I'ult nf til, i ' lid IT W ' H'd hill. Critiri-.ni nf many I, aluies uf the law lieviluped todav in .Icliio, Til I ic tilt h's in Die senate. III a short lauciiv uf .venule ih mm rats In lil to cuiisidei other mailers, criticism was Muted by idle ur ttvn WeSleril Senaims, 111'. nil t I the fiee tvn.d provision and llie sugar schedule propositi); lice sugar in j J y 1 C. . The hull",' ,1, Minerals si llle, I ii , ni lef the jTiieial tariff questions lob it. 'llie tin e.-h, , ur n'ssmii was ilentcl to ail ue. a. iniial flglll tn ihmw Die jilooiK open tu the public, a prnpnsal ' defeaied by a v of I i.T tu M. I ', -I talis of the now lal if. lull vv ill he lak I ell up tnmurrntv . I Senate bad, is .' .ill ale lusi-.l, nt til. Die I u, b ni .nl bill b, sun u: , al el so that separate voles may be had, if ihsin.l upon the sugar and won schedules. I .ti,- plan thai has bet II plopos, ,1 to IT, sid, nt Wilson is Dial schedules be grouped In Midi .a way thai the talilf will be compris ed In I 1 1 1 1' siparale measures. Tins,, proposals arc based on a growing be lief that oppola nls of the sugal and wool provisions may muster strength ctioii"li to Direaleii dcleat nf Die lull. Many prugiissive republican senators expressed their opposition to the hill because of tho sweeping' i harae tel' uf lis proposed n dlleliolis. The ilcinoei'uts in,' colliding on liitie If any progressive . publican support In the senate should Die I n iff revision go before Dial hod', as a single lull, In Die house caucus, lb plesclll.ltivP Palmer, the eh, i ii iiui il, made a v e- helueni plea for lolling the public kiinw what Hs r e p i es, n i a 1 1 v cs are till ing, aligning himself Willi President Wilson's expressed allitude In favor of llu, .wing all these mi clings open. The opposition centered mainly ua inaiiil, nam ,' of pi, ily legiilai'iiy and the probability of secret preliminary collfel eiiees, if Die llnnrs W ere opened. Tomorrow the caucus probably will adopt the ways and means mmiiiitlec iii-'iinrllv recuintiiemliitiun'-i of Du.'ohlv minmitlecs In be created at I his lime, and will leach Die tariff program with the new tariff handl i,s in Die hand-; of every member as guides. Tin- new committees as recommended be tin leaders nf the three parlies, follow: Wins and .Means I 'n.bTU .....I, Ala bama, chairman; I lal risen. New Yurk; Shackelford. .Missouri: Kbehiii, North Carolina: 1,'aihey, Illinois I ) 1 X - on, Indiana; Hull, Tennessee; Ham mond, Minnesota: IVlois. .Massachu setts; Palnnr, Pennsylvania; Ans bcrrv, Idiio: Curlier, Texas; Stanley, Kentucky; KelUr, Mississippi, (dem oeralsi; Payne, New York; I'urducv, Michigan; Canlner, Massachusetts; Moure, P. nns.t Ivnnia ; Anderson, Min nesota: Creell, Iowa I I cpu hi i''a lis l , Mur. lock, Kansas i progressive I llulcs - 1 1 en i-.v , Texas, chairman; Pull, Nurlh Carolina; llardtvic!:, I imr gia; (iarreit, Tennessee; Poster, Illi nois; Cuili-ill. Kentucky: Conrv, Now York I demoi I at s i : Campbell, Kan sas; la'iiroot. Wisconsin; Merrill, New Yurk (rcpubllciiiu- ) ; Chandler, New Yurk ( progressive i. Aeeniinls - l.b.vd, Missouri, chair man; Smith, Texas; llamil, New ,lcr s. y; I'ndcrhill, New York; Kimlcl, Coloiado; llnward, Ccurgia; Aber cromhie, A la ba ma (democrals); West, Virginia: Hughes, Colorado; Cricsl, Pennsylvania: Parker, New York I re publicans!; Woodruff,' M Ichigan (pro gressive, i Mileage llailcy, Pennsylvania, chairman. Kiimll. al Hills AVhltacre, Chin, cha il'lllil ll. Th,. democratic majority of the house committee on ways and means will nn ! tomorrow to eoudder a tar iff progtam to be recommended to the I II Hi -l 1 s. It was leal ned today that the re publicans of the coiniriillee In their ininoilly report to be submitted when th, eummitlee reports the tariff bill, will declare that tin- den rulte mea sure Is retrogressive and appeari to be unanimously- approved abroad; that suiiie of the rates in tho lull pro- DIFFERENCES mm ity mhii, no t ide nu id, utal prilled I i !n i; so 1 1' I v f ,r I . v l inn will 'ilt.n k I In- , hange ii instead of j pill puses and ,f the pi . nt I ,i, I. ail ad valnicni bavU iiu; iit'cehl'i, t wilh the n, ci pt.,n, e uf all the glial t oil 11 1 1 le uf Die W m Id i . . pi one. They w ill lllvlst that Die lew bill Wullbl revels, Die gnvelll- llll'lll'. VV 11, de poll v ; that Die l'i it in Al.lt i. Il la w il. "t I. live all the lev, Die I'.nv el n lllettt ileum, -ratio plan pi up, latum 11 ue in edcil tu h mauds, that Would Involve 1 , li cct Die a . le- licit of 1 iiu.iiuo.liiiii that wu In be no t by war tune Msatl n.lv, ami Dial l II limit Die il, i have u nn th- pl i-Selll maximum ami minimum would lmt be pussible I. VA llsnn tn get tariff rem i t,.r. inn cumin ii s. llllllse, il I'lesldlllt Hiuiis limn Itl T IIIEI IM 1 1 1( IK si i ni; im i;i:m i 1 1: ir London, Apiil s. The woolen and , ..(ton Dados in Cleat lliitaiu are It.nkmg forward tu greatly Imi cased biivincufj wllh the I'nitcd Slates as a icsult of the proposed i elision of tin Ameiicail tarilf. .VlaiiufacDii ing; c'lr , les Iii Yorkshire, ant n-lpa ling that Die llllteil Stale helleefnl til Will be II kei lu r cniiipcDlnr for raw vvmll sup plies, bebete this will be mule than nlf.ct bv the gnabr q ua lit i I les of nni iiuf.i. I ni . s which will be sent to Die railed Stales. Sir Cha' h s M.oaia, president of Die Vtasler I',, tt, ,n Sp linn is' ass, , chi li, m, ,h, luted that the .-fleet nf tile I I Vt t il ll f ill Die I'tllled Slates, both l'i., iii i'.,iiutii"rs' and ma mil in 1 ur, us' points of View, Wullbl be til 111 I'U , , III s. '"I he reduction ,.r the t.u iff," sir Chaih s v,nl, "tt , iiil, I enable Kiigland b, do a much Ian er Dade wllh Amer b a. The I ill r, dim s Demi ndoiislv the pnuit, not nnly uf the big Dusts, but uf ma li u I nl ni , is g.-iuiallv, and It Would be bound In ledllee cunsul.t'.'l- hly Die cost of IP lug." Suffiaeettes Plain ed to Kid nap Oil I; Mother Took Her to Hospital for Mueh Needed Medical Treatment, (lie Morning J.iurnnl H.er1ul t enrii Wire.) London, A pi il K.- -Al cs y.elle Ktn er on. a siifl'i .u'i-d. nf J.i. I.s..n, Mich., w ci i . l, ,c ed mni 1 below at jail nl 0 ,.', lock 1 1 miglii. .-lie was taken by to a inn -ing Imme, w here given medical tl eatmellt. ,11 feels glaVe allXlelV fill r's cninlillnii ami will riot lu r ii die V nth. I II b. Airs. Liners lu r ilauctiti pel mil her tu sn I el-tain nf thi any otic. i, ue militant friends ef Miss I Mitel Including a number Wile displeased lit of Anielhans who Mis, lam tsoii's ah pall ll to ton e lull Ann lb an embassy away t he da lighter el's knowledge ill indoning the caui r v .ii t ti ni by the planned to lake tv 1 1 liiuil her in. .1 li nn a nl nmuhile su that th. mil llu iiiighl gi I an Inti in,,. hi, I V I'", I ing w ith 1 1 . 1 1,1- lin, I her cm e. The militants els In W at, ll I' base, but were expc, I, ,1 eal ly pl.u i .l a relay of ptek i Miss l-bnetsoii s r' fnrcstallcd hy her tl II -lil'i lalloil. Die home haviiiu announce. I that she would be set at liberty tomorrow. Mrs. Kinei'son had been informed of Die ditle of her daughter's release by the American embassy and was on hand. She took her immediately to a hospital, where Die physicians isulat c,l In r. The more rntlltal among the Amer icans held the belief that the case of fered ;i chiuice lu make Die question nf Inreible leedillg all 1 11 1 e I' Ilil I I o Ilil I mall, r, w hile Die militants generally welcomed it as another oppoll un ll v f,,r getling the pus. nl government lilt" but Wilier. Tile mule lllu.liT.llc members, uf the Women's Social and political union, Including Dull' atlor uev, support Mrs. Knurs. m ami sunn nf In r American friends, in their opin ion Dial Home Secrelary Mi Kcumi has mad" nn exii am dinart com ession lu an American sul 1 1 ..mi le. Miss Kim rami, wlm was lakeii from II,,. lad in a motor ambulance. was eheeieil by a Inl go number of suflra- g, ties w In, had galhcied In in tary i X a I Imi of the release uf Mis. Kmmcliile Pank hul st. Heretofore Chaiimen Have Been Able to Dictate Re Aardiim Bills Assigned to Their Senate Committees, (Ily M.irnlnic .liuirnul Speilid I,eiiert Wire.) Washinglun, Apiil S - Senate dem nciats agreed to'la upon a pulley de signed to prcteiil control of senate affails by a f"W mcin.bcis, ami tu dis tribute powers lodged III committee chairmen. I fesollll iollS aeceplell hv the in inns, give tu the majnlltf inciu- bers uf aiiv mmmiltee the right tn call a mooting, and tn designate mem bers of conference cei'nuiit lees and suh-c nmmHtecs. 1 lemocralic seiiatnr-' expressed the opinion In the caucus Dial Die new policies would preteiil Die burying id legislation lu a eiimmitleo through the action of a chairman who inighl he opposed to it, A further change, ad vocated by Senator Lea, giving com mittees, the power I,, elect their own chairmen, will be taken up later at n parly conference. 'HISS EMERSON IS RELEASED FROM PRISON DEMOCRATS OECIDE TD DISTRIBUTE POWERS Ms u Month: Single Copies, 5 ( enl. It) ni rier, IMI enls a Mouth. B ft RULE OF CENTURY Senate and House Gather in Hall of Repiesentativcs at National Capital to Hear Ad dicss From Chief Executive, WELFARE OF COUNTRY REASON FOR CHANGE Tariff ' Sole Topic and Free Trade is Feature of First Of ficial Communication Deliv eied to Congress. (Itr Mnrnlng Jaiirnnl ner1nl !.mI Wlre.l Washlngion, April S. l'r.'Hldeut Woodrovv Wilson bridged today the gap 1 1m t fur over n century has sep.i late.l the eneciillve ami legislative biiiiu hes of Die guv eriiment. Not as a cost In n machine, lmt ns in Impersonal political entity, nor M I lucre department of (tovernment. but as the human president, he Went to congress to speak about the tariff. Klanding before the senate nd house of representatives In Joint ses sion as no other president hud dunn fur inure than a hundred and twelve years, President Wilson stilled simply and tersely what he thought should he done for the welfare of the roun tiv and asked his lentslative col leagues, man to man, to aid In keep ing the pledges of their party. W ith a sweep of decision ihnt shat tered precedent, the president brushed aside all Imaginary boundaries be tween congress nnd the executive of fice nml lcstueil himself, us he ex pressed It, from thai 'Isolated Islnnd uf jealous authority'' which the presi dency had come In be rcKiilded. Congress, somewhat startled tho other day w hen II heard that the pres ident had determined to deliver his message on the tariff by word of mouth, had prepared for n ceremonv ,,f unusual Importance, und uoh It was; yet when President Wilson ar rived in the midst of the great thronRs i,r cheering people In the streets, and later looking nl' I"'" 8'tllel'lcs crowded wllh prMh'Ked thket holders, h s ned after all what he said hn was, "a htlimiii hcln Irving to co-operate with other human beings in n com mon service." When the much-heraltled Incident was over, congress seemed pleased and Hie president was delighted. He ex pressed himself to friends as Impress ed wllh the dignity of the occasion, and some of his confidants Inter de larcd that he left the capltol greatly relieved to think that, after nil, his preeedcnt-stnashlii)! had not been such i cataclysmic thing- as some older heads had predicted. The president's visit to the capltol was brief, lasllnif about a quarter of in hour. I.cuvIiik a cabinet meeting lit Die White House, he started on his mission at 12:45 o clock. No one ex- pt a secret service mail aecompn- iiied him. He rude In a White House automobile, and five minuted later was driven through the crowds as sembled about the house wlnK of the iipltol. Al 12:G4 he reached Speaker Clark's room, just off the house cham ber, where a Joint committee of sen alors and representatives welcomed him. They were Senators Kern, Hu ron and (lalllnger and Itepresenta tlves t'mloiwnnd, Palmer and Mann. The president spoke to each for A mo meiil and was Informed that tho sen ale and house awaited him. He said lie was ready and the committee Im mediately started for the door of the house chamber. Al two minutes before 1 o'clock the president entered the chamber. Mean while the house ami senate rose us Speaker ('lark broiiglit down the gavel. From Die floor and KallerleS distinguished guests looked on at the scene, President Wilson, escorted by Sen ator I1.. nun, bowed acknowledgment In the applause and mounted the speaker's, stand to the Journal clerk's desk, directly In front of the speaker. With a smile, as he begun tu speak. Die president told his healers why he had come, lie suid he was Bind to verify for himself the impression that the president of the Pulled States was i person, lie was speaking- in an ordinary tone of voice, Just as though he wele talking to a senator in 111" office. Kvcry eve was fixed upon him as he Hpnke, ami It was instantly apparent that he had aroused the keenest Interest. As Dm president proceeded wilh his pn limiiiiii y statement, averring that ho was nm a mere department of guv -,'i uiiu lit, hut human, and that he had nine tn speak naturally with his fol low men, the Interest was lense, "After this pleasant experience," the president declared, "I shall feel quite normal In all our dealings with one another. As those words fell from Dm pres. dent's lips, the house and senate ap plauded. Then the gallery Joined in Mis, Wilson and the president's daughters and other relatives joined fi inn the executive gallery. Where a lew moments before th'' event had seemed unusual, almost un i, al, it now appeared perfectly ml -lusted tu conditions and not al all ilrainallc. The applause subsiding, the presi dent began tn rend his brief meai-age nn Die tariff. He spuke slowly and forcefully, and In less than eight utili ties ho W'ua done. No Interruption N DELIVER NG