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Titos WoQlto TI'ISA, Aug. ) I 'i'. in iM-ra-turi': Maximum in:,; minimum, 71i. South wind it ii il clear. M O J& is J Tsf G W ASH I N.i'fi i.N', Am?. II, - -Forei aal 1 1 1. 1., bou. a I 'air Tue.i- llav ami Wedmsibll. It II. ii am n wnu asm it i ri: i I'Hl.ss in loin. III.!, u.Asin wnti: associati'I) I'lii.s.s iiti-oitT. 4 jm-xfc ;. .. w START 111 Oil if in in iiiii ACTION OX l.MI'KACHMI AT UKSO- l.i'1-iox wi.vr i Kit i TODAY'S MnShloX. AD0?r THE TRAWLY REPORT;?;; Manors Cll AIU.I.S OF MISCON- in (T vi:ki: ahoiti i hy Tin: i.i;.i..i.i t THE SUCE IS ALL SEI JiuiHurliiii(iil llesoliilioii Will l'n Uouhlcilly ! Adojuoil W I"-" '"' Anm'IiiIiI) Today. ALBANY, N. V., Auk. 11. Tin- re port of tin' Frawhy Icgislutlv ! oiini- IlllUeC Charging (inVCITinr SlllIT Willi having diverted campaign i c.nl t lliu tlons to his own private use, whs adopted hv tlii- lu isln t ui curly to night inn! ii resolution to inipeoh him fur "wilful unci r I ii j Jt conduct In office hiiiI fur high crimes ami mls dcmcn not" was offered. l!y a vnti! uf ti4 l" :in tin. assembly j,;,.;s, ,) shortly before 1 o'clock this morning t lie motion of Assemblyman l.l-VV t.l consider today tin- resolution to impeach llif governor- Tlir house adjourned at 1 a : r 5 a. in. until 11 uY'iirk Tuesday. Tin' Frnwhi committee report ami tin- l.rvy rcsolm l"ii In' I'M til'1 g"V-fi-tinr with having falsified undei oath. his campaign runt rllnil inn lie- roun't. diverted s of Hi'' funds to liis own urn' for Mir purchase of stork, traded executive approval of hills for auppuit of his ilirnt primary measure ami with having iloiir everything to obstruct till' committees' clfoltS to bring proof of his alleged inision durt to light. To l llllllsll Ollll'I'S. The adoption of Mir report carried with It a rrroniiiirniliilioii tliat Louis A. harei ky and Krrili rick 1.. Colwcll, who refused to answrr rrrtaln ipies tlonH prnpopndcd hy tlir committee counsel, ho h'.'d in contempt of thi' legislature and punish' il. Sarn ky and Colwcll nrr characterized in tin' rrpiirt uh invrrnor Sul'.er's "dum mies" Never In the history of the state has u chief exiciitivr been hn icarhril. After Introducing his resolution t" Impeach, Assrinlilynian l.rvy iislc'd that Its rlinsidrration llr pnstpolird until latrr today. This motion wmh (.pposrd hy niliiorily lradrr llinnian who had rhainplotinl thr Bovrrnur's rauBi', nnd hy AssnnhlyiiKin .Srliapp, IrHdrr of thr pioKirssivrs. Until llinnian and Srhnpp hail h-d a two liour fiKht fin' iiirdponrni'iit of artinii on thr rrsoluiii'ii to adopt thr Ktaw Iry (otnniittrr ri'liort. , Muni I'ijilil In M'liato. Thr fi'lit In tin' srnatr ovrr thr adoption of tli,. n'port Has l.rirf, thr in ssion las iiiK luit 4Ti nilutrs, and the upper house was dark .loni; hrfoir the qui stlon ramr lo a vote In thr i rowd eil assi inliiv eliamh. r, lierr for two limits a tliront,' that (irwd.d every nlrhr and rranny of the hlu rhamlirr. Klood iialirnlly and .silently save on one orrassion - waiting for tin' vote. Thr liKht i" ho lihrary of the ex ertitlvr nuinslon was ImrnlnK low and thr rest of the I1 house ,1:irl Winn thr lissrlllhiy Voun lo irnix the rriort. Jlovritior Hul.cr had i waitrtl thrrr all wnlnR, rontrary lo j his usual prartiir of. visiting thr Cnyltol whrn Mir li'Kislaluiv is 111 ses sion, and hrard the news over the tVplioiie. lie inadr no roiiimriit therron- I Til,. Krsolillloil. r.rforo the sun sets today thr ov ornor will hr Imiiearlied, thr majority ltaders assi'rt. Here Is the resolution rallniK for this impeaclimrnt : The Iniprarhiiirnt rosoluMon Intro diirnl in thr assrmhly tmiiulit hy Ma loritv l.iader Levy follows: "Wlirrras, the joint IrislaUvr in -vestlKatiPK rommittre fih'd II report In thr usseinblv on thr ctrvrnth day of Aim-ust. 1!H3. tourthi-r wIMi t"sti fled annex, d thereto, showInK ot tendiiih' to show that (lovvnior Win Sul.rr of thr Btatr of New York, madr a false and fraudulent report to the sertetarv of olato under his oa h as ir'iulred hy law that the total Niiiily Half or Troops Wll lull a n .Mediator of tiinrrimr .i'iii's oil tin- Sicnc. CAM'MKT. Mich.. Auk. 11. Tho withdrawal of Btato troops from ttm copper tnininK district of norllirrn Michwin hi-can today and by tomor row iiiL-ht It is utitioipnted that at lrast I.IHIO of the 2..riU0 Holdiers who have heen on duty sinre thr strike of thr millers lii-uan will have returned to their homes. Thrir places will he taken hy the same number of armed deputies rerruitine hy the sheriff. Approximately l.r.no of thr troops, however, will remain in Calumet until nil ihitmer of riotim; Tins passed. The strikers maintained their pick ets about the m:n"S today, but only pump and slu'ni'i'n were sent nndv pround find no atl-mpt was in.nle lo stop them. Jude Alfred II. Murphy of the Vavne county circuit court of I'e troit. arrived today as special rep resentative of tiovernor l-'erris. .Indue Murphy called on both the Western rederation of Miners officials and Mutineer McN'a'iu'hton of the Calumet lind lleclii. He informed them he was here to Investigate the strike cituation for the governor, and'ef fert a settlrnient if possible, but as yet he has made no proposition. He will probably tomorrow offer his serv ices as mediator. He was assured of co-operation by the federation In any effort he might make to end the trike. in iiiil i f 1 1 In cninpnlgn t if governor HI'IV $ l.i'iliU mill whereas. In tint It fur llii- i r i . , ii ii ii no iinir 1 anil In fai l tlir ii id mi ii t was itri'iitiv In rxcesa of said sum. to the personal knowledge of said Siil.rr; and " li port further hIiowihk or letniiim that he i oinrrl. il lo tils o n use ronliibuliona nlveti In aid his .said elerllon for thr purchase of nrr im lies or other private uh.s; thai he eni-'aed 111 stork market spei illations at a time w hen lie was i;ovrriior and was vigorously preHsiim lemslation UKamst the .New York Stork KxrliaiiKu w hich w ould aff' cl thu hiisinrss of ami price on the ex change; that he used the power of his office, as governor to supprrsii and withhold thr truth to prevent ttm production of evidence In relation to the luvrstlnatioii of campaign contri butions and lolaMoiiM of law in re spect thereto by onleriiiK and dtrect iiiK witnesses, some of whom were eiiiplo.vd bv the state, to art In con tempt "f the joint li-Kis'ative rum milter and thai further he used hla office as governor iii rewarding or at templiiiK to rewind such witness or witness's by so, initio or Influenc inn the appointment or promotion In the H'nte Koveinmrnt ; that as (,'ovor nor. the said Win, Sulzer, lias punish ed . nislalois who disagreed or differ ed with bim in b i;lsl.it Ion enacted In the public Int'Trst and has tradnl rx eculive ni.pioval of bills for support of his direct primary and other meas ures in which In' was pi rsoiialU in lerr.stnl: that as governor lie wilfully and corruptly mad.' falsi' pul.'ic s'atriio nl advislnu anil directitiK cit izens lo suppress lAidence to bis un lawful use of contribution made to him lor campaign purposes and whereas, hr has otlnrwise corruptly ami unlaw -full lo t'-d or omitted to act." Therefi.re, he it resolved, that Wm. Sitl.er, niniinor of tlir stale or N'.-w York, be ami her. hv is impeached for wilful and col rupl conduct in his office am! tor hiKh crimes ami mis demeanor." Started ill Oncf. The fluht over the proposed Im peachment stalled with the first clack of the speak' is travel In the nssembly chamber, l'or nearly three hours tile Frawlov committee report laid before the assembly for adoption. HiiriiiK Unit lime iiiemb' r after meni bcr spok", not so much to the Miies t ion of adoption the report as lo the renter oiioslion each man knew would follow the iiuestion of 1m lieachiin lit. Willi every weapon at thrir rnm maml, thr friends of the governor fought every j1'i 1 iiiiitiary step to the adoption of the report. Assemblyman S''h:ipp appialrd In thr name of fair play and the hope of receiving Justice which every man may reasonably entertain, "for delay .until tli,. evidence gathered by the committee could bv read. He asked for a postponement of 'l hours. Hepoblican Leader llinman oppos ed what be termed snay artlon on thre,. grounds, namely: That the assembly should at bast r.'ad the ''vlilonce before voting; that the assembly could noi Impeach the governor while In exaraordinary ses sion unless ca'led together for that purpose; that the governor ooul.l not be Impeach, d for acts eomnillleil prior to taking office but only for misronditot during his administr ation. A-Kil for a Chance. Assrinlilynian (Jlld.s. democrat, aroused 'he only applause of the eve ning by asking "every man in thu house with ml blood In his veins to give the governor a chance." Senator Huhalmaii of llrooklvn creted a breeze in the senate follow ing thr rending of the Hrawby re. port, when he practically accused th" committee of "appearing to have crucified" the governor. Senator Fi.ivvley, chairman nf the inv s igating committee, jumped up in bis place ii nil exclaimed; "When the seiiataor makes the statement that this committer 1m f crucified the governor he says what Is not true. 1 want to say that no man in Miis state is more friendly to the governor than T " I.oud laughter In th.. galleries here drown ed the rest of Senator l-'raw ley's sen tence and the pr'sidin" officer nip ped loudly for order. Mom ( to Kccoinlt. Senator Diihalman replied that he did not wish to impute dishonorable mill Ives of th commi tee but Insisted there should be more evidence. lie iiioyrd that the rrport be recommit ted w ith instructions to take addition al testimony on both sides. "It is the first time that an at tempt has been made to place such a stain upon the stnt'," he pleaded. "I am not satisfied that the evidence is sufficient to impeach the gover nor.' Half a dozen other senators argued In favor of accepting the report and a motion to that effect previalod. The 1 raw Icy Hrport. The conclusions of thu Frawley committee, i nil odied In lis report to the legislature, are that iSovernni Sulzer falsified under oath his cam palgn contribution account, diverted some of these contributions to the purchase of stock, speculated In stock al the time thai, as governor, he was earnestly pressing legislation against the New Yoik stock ixohange, pun ishing legislators who opposed him, traded iijiproval of bills for support of his direct primary nn.iure and did everything in his power to coll ect I proof and obstruct tho Fravvley committee efforts to bring It to light. ' We submit to the senate and assembly." the report recites, "that the facts stated are sulticlently seri ous in character und are so violative ef the laws of the slate and the rule of fitness for and conduct In high ollice. that the public Interest In them should have reference thereto, whe ther through the leglslnture or by ri fereeing farls and other duly con stituted Investigation. "It Is urged that the leplslatura take steps to punish for conempt In refusing to tes'.lfy, Louis A. Paiaoky, who acted as Mr. Sulzer's conlldential secretary during his campaign, and Frederick L. Colwell. who Is alleged to have been the governor's represen allve In some of the stock transac tions." Mr. rviwell Is referred to ns the I (Continued on 1'agc Eight.) i . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 . 11 TIM.SA. OKLAHOMA, Tl'KSDAV CANNOT APPOINT SENATOR Senate ('01111111(111' Advise l.ovcinor of Alabama About Filling .lohu.-ion in ancv. W'AHIIINiiTi'.N. Aug. II. Klam w.iii sent tonight to di A I' I tie ri . lender in Alabama by man, acting ch m ucin judiciary committee, Unit (iovenior ii'Ncil Scii.i tor ii ot the senate Ivisiug Ihein n II pinion of the lli lllocr.itic leaders 111 the sell ate, had no power to appoint a suc cessor to the late Senator Joseph F. Johnston. The message added that a majority of the la wyer -senator held that the governor could call a I special election lit once, but qllalltlcl this by adding that there was much difference of opinion In the jndiciarv eomnill lee as to whether it was neces sary to call the legislature into to session to authorize a special elec tion. (loveriior O'Neal, Senator lialik-bi-ad ami others had asked for an opinion from the Judiciary commit- ti e as to the iiiickest way of tilling I the vacancy under the terms of tin recent coiistll ut ioual amendment pro vldlng for the direct election of sen a tors. The iiuestion was discussed at i full meeting of the Judiciary commit tee. FA 1 1, TO Mki; I'KOCIilSS T A 111 I I' IV M VI T. oiler to l'oiionc Currency legisla tion for s.r .ion of Urpuhlicaus llti-ticn.- Hill Con.-.iilci a Von. WAs'1II.i;TmN, Aug. II. I'emo era lie leaders In th- .ciiai. nrr con. siderably perturbed over the f.iiiur. to make progress on th tarilT i i and for several dayi inform. i! confer- el'.CCS have been held With plil-'I'cs sive republicans ami regular n pub- Mean leadeis in tin' hope that .some means lo lecti n consideration of lie measure might be found. It was staled tonight, however, that nothing dclinite had been aecom plished. For the purpose of sounding re publican sentiment, democrat ic lend ers have imiuiieil what progrei'-i could he made on the t.niu should it In agreed iletinilely that the senate v.oiild not take up the currein v bill at the present session. No assurances, It was reported, were given as in a definite, time for voting on the tnrhf, hut It was asserted by minority le.-o!-ers that such an asoiram-e nnilouU illv would lead to earlier action on tariff. Certain suggestions also have been made a.-i to possible 'imendments af fecting wheat, burl' v and other agri cultural rates, but tninoiiiy memi.eis were not disposed to harem, bei-aus they could receive no assurances of action. Meanwhile ronsb!r.iNi u of th" bill drags on. Today little progres.i was made, several para ipbs of the metals schedule being ut ib-r discus sion, chiefly lend and cast iron pipe. Cast Iron pipe, whii h the senate tinance committor traiisletred to tin fire list, striking out the house rnel of 12 per ("-lit, was discussed by S. n ator Clark of Arkansas. He said this product was so controlled by "ombinnMniis that unfair prices were artitlcinlly maintain, d. lie urged that a free market be glv.-n to foreign makers to break up the controlling combination. The committee nniendment putting pipe on the free list was tinally .sus tained by a vote of 41 t'i 17. Senators Horah, r.ri- tow, Flapp, 'r:i vvford. enyon. Ln I'ollette anil I'olluleXter i f th" minority, voting with the de - era Is. Senator Simmons at the close of ihe rlay moved that the dailv hour of meeting he II o'clock instead of at noon. This was agreed to. Farly in the day, S, nator llollis, democrat, of New Hampshire. ad dress"'! the senate on the tariff bill, the cotton schedule ptrticnlirly. de claring' taht he was cotilident that the cotton manufacturers w. old prosper under the reditei d rates. NATlONftL STRIKE DECLARED leaders III Italy. lloeer. Have1. Trouble Keeping Tliclr .Mm III Line. MILAN. Italy. Aug. 11. The eighth day of the gom-rnl strike in Milan was spent by the leaders chii fly in organizing a national general strike, which was proclaimed In a manifesto today. They found their task more difficult than they expltnl. as im portant sections of the workmen were opposed to it. on th" ground that It would be disproportionate to the ob jects sought by the local workmen. Rvcn In Milan, some of the stiv ers, unable to get along without their wages, or discouraged at the outlook from tho strike, returned to th" fac tories today. These cases caused sev eral clashes wl'li strikers picketing the factories. The proprietors of the place were not prepared to resume operations and the no n seeking work had to lie turned away. All the strik ing Imkcrs returned to work today. There Is a great display of troops in Milan and ihe authorities are show ing energy ln repressing attempts at disorder, even employing the cus toms guards. Many arrests are still beine made, especially of anarchists who are charged with incitement to civil war. I Mm or l:iiilM'lenient Charge OKLAHOMA CITY, okla., Aug. 11. (Special.) Sam ltart"l, once. Jus tice of the peace In Oklahoma county now undt r ili'irga of embezzling $244.39, arrived In Oklahoma City and Immediately gavn bond for his appeprance at a it'ter date. Ilarlel has been In Mineral Wells, Tex., for some time trying to benefit his health. He declares that he Is Innocent of any intent to defraud the county, and If his accounts are Irregular It oc curred through a clerical error. 1 I ilUU TELLS 111 TH KB lie vav lw - ItCt.lNs si CO Ml 111 t Ill- I I TOUTS TO IMIl I.XCi; I.I.LIM.A I ION. CSNTERSAROUNOBARTKGLDr Missouri Coni.rc.sMiiiiil Make a i.cii- cral Denial of the Charge- ot the l.ob(ivil WASH IMIToN, Aug II Mar tin M. Mulhall bcgiui the second re cital of his experiences ill I II I I llclli' - mg Icgisletieii today In lore the m V est ignlol s on tile house sole of tllej eapltol. The (tie. iter pan of his le:,liiu..n was a ripitilioii ol mallei which he had alleady presented I" the senate commltlce. Alter a brief gcin'i.il cxainnialioii, in colllse ol Which lllc Wllllcs-i object ed si r.niiou; l,v lo t.i it.v icg I rum his rei . lh . lion vv iMioiit the aid of V"l iiniinoiis ih.cumi'iilH which he pie- sellled to the .sen.lle . elo 111 ll I ce. the lioil.-.c nimillee be,,. in a iti tailed piol f the Mulhall i barges. Tin- o. milliliter plans to I "II -old SV .-.'cm , iii, ally the mention ol members of congress, riiplov '-s ol i muti . s and ,, tlict- public io n r.fc'i'id to in lie i ' r I i 'S 1 1 o 1 1 1 b III'1' ! rx.lllltne the Wll lless relating lo ..n il individual. ISaitliobll Activities. Following th.s plan. .,11 ol the M"l hall letters relating to I ; epl oellta t IV e llii-h. iril Fariliobll ol Mis-'un vv . a e placed ill the iceiiid today and Alal hall was iiu.'slioiied an. oil them. The inters telaled to the ' l. lily of Mi.l hall in supporting the I at t Iniebl anil pilotage bill winch the National As sociation of ,M a mi I aelii lei's favored The Idlers and .M'lbi.ill's tcstlinoiiv told of arranging Im secure Ihe sap poit of Harthoidt aid other mem bers of the ami pilotage bill, by wot kill!' to hold up ju Ihe house Jn diciarv colomillee a lull fi.rblddii.f tile inlet-slate shipment of intexioai i i, l- liipiors. to which Mr. It.irlholdt Was opposed. Mulhall said that Ihroilgh 111" Na -ti.nnl Council for lnilustii.il iel'en-e, t lie 1 mlusi rial Assi i in! of St. Louis was "always p P in nnd I" assist Harthoidt in his campaigns." "i" was always trier. .ly Willi the or- ga l:i ; I'ii n." !' I'! added. Why lie iVas I Tiondly. "I io v ou' t hink lie was friendly bc eause of his natui.M i,l;:lude as a lawyer and a legislator'.'" asked Chairman Mairctt. "lie was friendly. 1 believe." an swered Mlil'iall. "because of the po litical ill! In. usees that could be brought to i ear in his dlstiict." II" aibled, however, that he believ ed Mr. Itai'llnd II did not abandon his personal o.iivici urns lo suppnit Ihe interests "I the Niiioiial Association of Mainline! juts. A Inter from Itepresent.'liv e Larthoblt placed in the ri I'ds earlier, lleliled that the association h ol v er inrlueiii ed his vote. Mr. ItallhoMI IS al ple.ellt in Kiiropc. The ci'iiiniitt'-c teiuotrow will con tinue the Inking ot testimony relat ing to lin n now in congress. Ib pre sentativ e I'.urke of I'etiiisv Iv aula, I 'aiders, of New ork, I'ali'chihls of New York, Aid 'iT'inott of Illinois, Shelby of Kentucky and Webb of North Carolina, will be taken lip In order. TO FLOAT BWS II PARIS Sinclair lo Curopo lo Close Cp Itlg liilcriirliaii I'rojcil for the Soul liwr-t. II. F. Sinclair sails from New York on Wednesday for Paris to negotiate a bond issue for an Int'Tiii ban system to eti inl from Kansas 'ily to Tulsa, lie will be gone a month. Thr Idea is to consolidate the ex isting .systems at I'offeyville. Inde pendence, Clierrvvale, I'.arthsville, Pi-wry. lulu. Tulsa. Olalhr. Ottawa, ind build tli" ronnei.'tinK links so that there will be almost an air line from' Tulsa lo Kansas City a distance of more than "7fi miles. ! Th" most populous portions of Kan sas and o l.ihoina will be traversed by th" system and it will promote the devi lopni' iit of the truck farm ing industry and the suburban re sorts. Tim disjected membra of the system now in operation are all pay ing propositions. Tho line from Cherryvale to Coffeyvlllo bus been paying dividends from the beginning, anil so has the line between Hurtles vill" and In vvey. Tho line between olathe and Kansas City, a distance of thirty mihs has also been a piiyihii Investment. It Is one of th" most ambitious, pro jects which has been organiz"d or at tempted In this part of the count r, and means th" expenditure. If present plans do not mi-aarry, "f more than S2ti.lMlU.00u in evtensb.n improve ment and betterments. Mr. Sinclair has been work. tig on the plan for some months and goes to talk business with some of the gnat Investment houses in the French capital. Finn Mutual lii-iiranoc Company. KM l.i, Okla , Aug. 11. (Special.) - 1'l.ins are in progress here among the farmers to oiganlze an Insurance junior the firuiei V mutual Insurance laws of the state, and actual work will he started within the next few weeks. Members "f the county farm ers Institute are working on the prop, osition and they believe developments may take on (bunlte shape soon. The proposition "f Insurance, such as may b"i rovldeil. will be of inesti mable benefit. Ulalor Cody Is Hurled. ALI'KI:.UH'T. lliiKland, Aug. 11. The body of F. S Cody, Anglo-American aviator kill'-.! heie In a hydro aeroplane acrid' '0 Aug. 7. was buried with military In ors In the soldiers temeteiy here Ho uf lei noon. Ol - Al'(ilsT I -. WILL BUILD NO REFINERY Manager "' Ma::iiolln oniiiin Sn I hi ) ill Sol Have a Itclinci ) Al Oklahoma ilv. I i. i '. Slew all, vi. e 'l. '-Hi' HI a lid gell.'l.ll managi I ol Hie Magllnll.l I ' 1 1 oleum coinp.inv . 'I i '"i so a" T' v . ..lopped tli Tul-a v. Meid iv b in: cin.ugh to call on s.nnc old tune Ini lids ami l.li.. i n. -:- a. . na I n I a n . as Slid lo illr.pi I I he Pie. i till I his i olll I'.HIV plans 1. 1 build a lug tcllllei V at i d.l.i lliuiia I 'ilv as the ncw-pupcls ot Unit ..i. e anion ,. The Mag India s llilenln.u is to esl.ilillsli a .-.lies lllstnl i., Slating I hi'le. .Illd in 1 .1 ol li. r i k l.i liom.i lew os. .Mr. Slew. Ill del Illicit III s.iv wheth er the company will build Ihe pin I use. I Id. ell i. Cl'esasi to Cnshin.,- I I ui.e line, but said th il mi ins lo i i isil here, vv hu h w III be in about a week he Will be able lo make a ill II ml., announcement I M"' Magnolia's plan tor business In i ikl.ih I. Iniostlgailr cllercal Hisollso.. l.i iNI'i iN. Aug. I 1 In mlcr As- I ii 1 1 1i announced in i he house .1 i metis toda V t ll it a I o v 1 1 snui Would be appointed I' I in I o 1 1 ' I"1" I lie c.i uses a lid 1 1 ea t lie lit i f v i "ic leal di n as . Til's -tep ll ' ' ' n taken bv the govcinment as Hie i" suit of a .. longed agitation by Hie lb Itl.sll Ileal el'galll ll lolls. il OLU Mi C MINI l! I'll! NOT si i l i in: o ni rninl l;n' Si ---ion of Xmi'liiall I i iteration ol alliolic S a il lie I oil il I a M No. III. MII.WAl hi I'. W Aichbishop John it .llgiiilaiies and "' ., An". II ml. !!.. I. -"' ; , '. in. a ot t in Catholic chinch loin, hi e lieb .1 lle second liav's Session of tlii' ot Mo' twenllll ,11111'i'l colli lilt loll ol lie- Allien, an Fed ton of I'alliotic Sociel tea III S' -ion lo le vv it ll an ad (lless oil "A. Ill i Tl e. I 1 1 Is 1 1 j and Cillmll cisni." He spoke ol Hie pilli. ill-Ill of Ml. America ii i a t Indus and at I he same I line collilcuilleil I hose who a cense the Callioll s of lack 'd patriotism. Cardinal illbboiis was tin- gllc.-l ol honor nt seven I IniiiTioiis lorr to day, including, receptions al thr Mil vva'ukee I'l.s-i cluii, the Klllgllls ol Columbus and a dinner rivn by limner . Loire I'.iul C.ll pelllol. The SOI 111 eelVice Co 11 1 e t I lie C. ill conjunction with Hi" American Fi d -er.Mion ' I Cailiolic Sin h lies which is ill niMVi 11 1 ! . II here, held its III st Hireling tills altiT Iii" in Addresses vine made on vnm-a.- phases of 'coiio tine ipiestions. Ilishop I'. .1. Alnbbion ol Ho. I.f. id, 111., presided. "La hot' ill I he .Mill's." was I lie tup ic of an ad. bass by Uishnp Jos. F. liliscll, of L' id, S. I'. lie gave a re- miiii. ol Ins .itlmipts to scenic a Sundi.v n.-t day aiming Mn iiiiium, but said ll vv tiers mail, "it so hot lor him thai he had to nee. ,. Ins !io.i..ua l td s lo Ha pnl My." I lei -, lie said, lie Ii"-,,' lived on a sinall farm, wle te Im hoped lo ' raise enough butler and eggs" to live "ii, Veil though In- w.n oppressed by the moiie.vcd linn of Hie mines. Frank Inil'ly, of Columbus, )., gen eral secretary of the I'liiteil Hrolh eiliooil of Carpenters and Joiners ol America, spoke on " A ppi oil n eslu p and Industrial Falma t ion." He s ni Ihe private inilu.Miial schools and said labor unions would always op pos" ll" TO beeaille llli'V 'lid Hot Id mccli.ini's for the work ol Ihe world. Instead, he said ,1 h.-y look moio v from tin- student and gave him in. til ing III e.M'h lllge. He did f a V of. how ever, public se Is for lniliistiT.il Iraiicng. A pi'i'cnt ii slop, he said, was a thing ol Ho- past. The Lev. Joseph llusslein of New Yolk, alno spoke brnlly on the same topic. "Social work among the Italian immigrants," was touched upon by th" IteV. Salvatole CjalnT of Or, ind Lapids, Mich. lie scored the preis of AimTha as unfair In i's dealings with the Italians, He said the Italians were accused of crimes which belonged to other races ami laughed al the idea of "black ha ml orc.a ma t lens.' ' Joseph II. Iievuey of en v.-l. ind de clared that the limiting ol the amount of income proilip nig piop. ity that an iinlivnlual may possess, would solve nil econouiie ills, "Some persons have too much money, thus causing all our economic troubles" In- said. lbs solution was to set a limit "f $len, (iiiii for each individual and yet retain the present system of private ovv ini ship. Mr. Iievuey calls his svst.ni lmlivhlu.il ism. He is a Im: I" socialism. HltlTMN ItC.SI.VIS IMI'I TVIIOV Fvplalll Their lircoguil ion of Hie llu lela Mexican Hegiloe. I .ON' I oN. Aug. II. 'Ihe Ihitish government, nettled by th" comment of certain Aim-ncir. newspapers con cerning Cl'-at Lritain's recognition of I'resideiit llu'TTa, dei hires that the comment is based on a misconception of facts. It also repudiates the in sinuation that, the Influence of the financial powers was its' 'I to bring It about. One comment sav-o "The recogiiiiitlon of I're-iib nt IIu erla was the recognition of a pro visional president pending an elec tion. It was done ut the advice of the Hritlsh minister to Mexico us be ing likely to assist In the restoration of order an Independent loiisldeia lion of the large Jtriti.ih Interests in volved. "The Frci.' h and liermnn govern ments also I'' ' -': zeil I'resideiit lltl erla uf"r a rec. on by him of the whole d 'oinnlie iHv at which a rongratu!..: spec, h was made In tin-r heh '. ' y the American am bassador." Mghlnlng IviH-i 1H Cows. HASMMiS i t TUB Hi l'OV. N". Y., Ant'. 11. V. : 11 Henry I'.nrlch went " h:s bar' t lay he f !"! H registet i- I e,,s d- i I in a row. Light ning lind run tli" 'Mire length ' f a siring of stalls, 1 liiing ev'tyM.ing within. Tlie tarn v. as not damab'ed. CURRENCY U II 1 LIIS lli I s I ' HI Mi it 111 is s W llll i: I VIvl I I' M III I OLM l.l IM IONS CLASS DEFENDS HEASUB 'losni g nls" l ull In Tln ii' liciiipt lo Make I iiiiitis open lo die iic. ASI I IM i'l'i Vug. II. v igor oils il I -use ,,i ,. .i.l mini a i a i mn i ill I elo V bill bv plesenl at i v e i 'ai le Class, one ol J UUlllol'S, VV ;l S I'e- . civ cl vv ll h io : I applause anil si ppoit ill the I J hi -ssi, in today of lh, .alcl of del alic llicmleis of the house, h. lore "v Ii ll the II M 11 Ii' is to be u, ill, ..I o ' ami its fate de termined Li pi a senlallv e s' spec- h fo! I. nve. I an iinsin ces. atem, by the "Inaiirg. ut ' .biiioc.ais of Hie bank-lin-. and i iiiiith i conilnlllee to have Hie cam us HllovVTl opell to lllc pub lic. I ,. d by Itepi es' nlativ i s Neelv ..f Kansas and Lag. -dale of South Cam llll. I, im Tllbi i s of t tie . mn m it I ee, I opl can! a tile I . Ill V nf Tl StilS) il llll nttii is, the ad v i h a es of oe ii caucus 1 1 1 1 1.-, 1 1 li.l onli li.'i lutes ngalnsL I 111. In uigcol. Mm I l ight. The cm I on v bill was la III Iii fore Ihe caucus by 1 1 epl can I a 1 1 v e (llaci ns ili.lll IIMH ol tile coii I in II ! i" . Willi ilic .mlorsi omit of eleven ili'iiiocratlc m. lilt..-!.-;. Hi present. 1 1 IV r Neeb y, I e pi csi Ida I ll e Knisdale anii Lepl'e '! lil a 111 Far l- o T ns w il hlichl i en npii..val. Mr. Cuss' speech In ' ipl.ni hon of the bill, ii 1,1, ., bora. i as a g.iieial statement of the pur l'"S' a and hop. s of its farmers, was luiniil into a il-tense of Ho' measure, when the "ligaii gnus" insist, d Dial il should make piovisiou for the is.-.u- atl e of currency ll ii i tl Will chouse t'e- i ii'ts lor corn, wln-al atnl cotton. Sp' culntion would receive Ho- nc- llvc M,iport of Ho. goVelTllllelit, lie 'ha -lured, If these n lliendlilellts were put into the bill. The legitimate de mands of farming communities, he aid, for money to carry on ordinary tanning ami coinuiercial operations were mil) covered by Ihe measure and lo make vv a rehouse receipts for ''"on or grain a . gal Heeurily for the Issuance ,,f Hie proposed new treasury not would furnish the means by which HpoiTilniors. could hold the cotton ami gtaln crops In storage for an Indefinite period. Will pprovo Ihe Mill. Friends of the administration hill, as the result of today's opening ses sion, predicted that the mucus will approve Ihe measure with few 'halli'es. Kepresenla t Iv es No. -lev, l.'ags.hile and Kagle w ill h ml a fight, In.w ev er for Hi,, adoption of the pro mised agricultural a hhtiiI mints; and al. o I'ol nioeililllielits to prevent inter. locking directorates of nallonnl hunks and to prevent hanks from loaning moii. v lo their officers. Th" cninus agreed to allow right hoiir.s ol general debate on Hie hill one half t,, . controlled bv ( I hiss ami 'he otlo-r half by Lepri-Henln 1 1 v e N e.y. It Is expected that the cau cus will run throughout Ihe week as tile bill Will be I .-II., iiu. I debute,) srr 'i'Ol hi Hon II tier Ihe geiioru.l de bate is ended. CENOOHCfS WILSON POLICY Loudon I'.'iiii'i- Thinks Attitude (o ward .Mexico Is IVriiliur Kind ol lliploln.'u y. L'iNhiiN, Aug. II. The luily chronicle in an editorial todays savs it considers I'resideiit Wilson's de mand that I'la si. lent Illicit. i renounce the presidency of .Mexico a ciiMoUS experiment in foreign diplomacy and one scarcely likely to be carried through easily. "A proud roe like the Mexicans, i'ol the president wilh a fairly stiotig backing. " th lit. .rial says. "are vny unlikely to surrender, and we doubt if the I'liiteil States would lenlly ml" to face Hie stupendous task of reducing Mexico bv fore of urns. Mr. Wilson's .hinaml lot .. general election almost hoi. b is on tin- I oiicrous, I a use tiler. Is no inh thing in .Mexico us an election ballot, as Hie ballot is understood in .Teat llelllOiT'all Iintl'ies." Aigning that it is Impossible for M.-mco lo obtain money until the I'lille-I Stales government recognizes llieit:i and that without nioiov the i oiiiitry is bound to drift into anar hy. Hie chronicle considers that th" I" st and Safest course would lie to in oocniz" llucitn mid give his gov ernment mi opportunity to r..l.-. ui his pledges of progress. If he failed. then it adds, the time will hay m for stronger in Hon.. MOi: KFCOKHS To I V JY I'l'inoxal Is Conipl. lisl Without An x Opposition I Tom Old .lav. OKLAHOMA CITV. okla.. Aug. I I. I Special.) No trouble oc-uri-. d in the removal of reeonls from o;. .1 i to New' Jay, w in. h was not oompi. ted until today, nccoriline to vvoid i". eeiveil from there tod iy. Tin V ale taken to the new concrete Inn,. Pug in New .lav pursuant to , urt onb i. The old building in which the j olds had l.e'-n kept and in which Ho county business was transacted iv i burned recently, an I 'lie r ii!" were being housed in sev. j.ii .Inf. r i lit places. H is Ulltl.TP l'"d Hi lt 'to further trouble will occur and it is believed MOW that tile records Will b" permitted to rem nil in th" m-iv town. Orders Arrest of Coii-pirat'U-.. l.'iM'iiN. Aug. !.'. iTsnle'it Yuan Shi Kal has sent i list ran n.os throughout Chir i oideritig the ar rest iii'il punishmitit of anvoite ,-on -piling against 'he lepobb... r. : i rd l.-ss of his rank or i .si ' . 1 1 . ,s a dispatch to the l'.itly Al ni trotu 1'vkiuf. H RELIEVED t in i:m; of i a i n is in miaihi IS l'Ko IN(. I KY s I is I VC'IOUY To I . S. OFFICIALS OFIIHISIIC Sure nTinl of .lohii land In Mexico ll) Hcllclcil (he Tense Sim. alion Considcrablj. W'ASIIINCToN, Aug. II. -IMslinct relief was nppiiieiit in official circles hele today over tile colllse of events ill Mi'Viiii. The statement ( Fred- enck t i u ii i boa, ihe mw Mexican min- i.-.ler of foreign i, dain.iis. that lie hud "gloat faith III the lensoliubleness ol Ihe judgment of Hie Finteil stales." holding Hie conviction Hint the diffi culties between Hie Iw IllitrteS "Soon Would be adjusted," produced a v ery Ini ol able impi es.snui in admin icle. tlii. ii circles. Secretary Kryan iinnileil opt.Miiuionlly on il, ami White House oHicuils also were Pha-.d ITe.Milonl W'll-.on pointed out dur ing I he d.l V to ..ill. W hat Seemed to llllll l oll-!, iciloiis el fori: the part "I some ii'i.-nie unknown to h,m, through piihli .led mist i pre;. .ni. it ions l" involve ihe 1 nited States In inier- MTlllon. He 1, del, ltd that e , tilde of tins gov.'lli nt toward Mexi co ill tlic present ...ituaiion was on.- .. pence nnd friendliness solely. The Mife arrival in Mexico City of John Lind. personal i e p i cm n I u I i v ..( the pi. si.ienl nt IT. l.i 1 1 ih o.nat.it us ailv . au- lo 'lie Alilenc. in enibiis-,), end ed some tense momenta in the situa tion. Ailniinbarulinn officials tonight looked forward hopefull) to a favor able reception of their efforts to sug- gei.l uslll'i'S of (leucc in ending the snuggle between the contending forces 111 Mexico. Willi Ihe air cleared of rumors of hostility in the Mexican capital to Mr. land's presence there, officials Were disposed to believe ihe program of the American government would be earned out ipiicily ami in such iiinmier n.'i seemed most expedient to Mr. Lind nnd Ihe embassy at Mexico t'lly. Captain CnpehuiT of the hutllcnhli Michigan, wbnh proceeded last Thursday from Vera Cruz to Ciiidnil del Ciiineii, as the result of a com plaint to the hi ale department by Mrs I'hoebe Hearst, Mint rebels War threatening American life and prop erly in the region of Inr ranch near Hint place, has reported that "Ameri can subjects are not In danger; Amer ican .subjects and foreign subects have received proper protection from ihe Ale.xicuii nutlioi tl lc:i." .1 P IIFI'I.Y NOT I T HI Cl I I I). Fxpcilcil Note Will lie Submitted In Few I la vs. WASIIINOToN. Aug. 1 I. - Though it lind In en expelled thai Hie Japan ese rcplv to the slate depart meiit's Inst in.te regal ding Ihe protest against the Calitoima nlnn lam! l.-gislni mn, became effective, tin To has been fur ther move in ihe milter. A in li;iss;i dor Chimin has snved notice on Sec retary I'.i'.v'iin. bovvey. r, Hint Hie Jsti nnase answer will he forihoohing In due rolir.c. Mealiwhlle there is Some e.X'peCt l li. .11 that T lest case will be i list 11 lit e'l before the Cil 1 1 I'ol II la courts by some llnliv nlunl Japanese i. udent w hose ploporly liglils are t ll l c.ll eiod. It then will remain to he seen whether the Japanese government in prepared to push its original ' mention Hint it is Hie duly of Ihe I'niti.l Slates gov ernment to intervene to protect the treaty rights of alien residents. Ciiuhont In cui'uela. C.VI.'ACAS. Von. .iiela. A Uf. II. - i Tile I'liiteil Slates Cl!sO leS MoIeS i ai i iv --d at. I.agtiaiia at ;t o clock tins afieri n. ll is officially announced thai Ihe f I I es of I ll'tl.-l als Mat Mo and Mal'uuese have d -pe-ei the rev olulionury bands m the ..i.,i,. ,,f Taeh irei nnd thai the r In I !. oh rs liav" leliled Into the I 'T ll.il. ol I 'olol-ib -I. ll is staled M i that Mi" im,. i t troops in T.o lei a arc b.ing . ! ' . 1 1 . . I - ed. 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