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LENGTHY DEBATE ON
RECIPROCITY PACT Discussion in the House Open ed by Mr. Fordney. Debate on the Canadian reciprocity bill, it now seems probable, will run much longer than was expected. This is in consequence of the campaign against the “leave to print” privilege instituted by Representative Clark of Florida. Incidentally it looks very much as if the “leave to print” proposilicD. which means simply that a member can insert in the congressional records as a speech any amount of written matter whether delivered in the house or not —were doomed. Mr. Clark and other members demand that “Not de livered in the house” be printed in big black type at the head of every contribution to the record that is not actually spol en on the floor. Asa result of numerous objections mem bers who had contemplated delivering a few introductory sentences and then securing permission to “extend” are much stirred up. Some cf them are practicing real elocutioi at home. Representative Fordney of Mir hi gan. a s* .ndpatter of standpatters opened the debate in the house on the reciprocity bill. He talked for 3 couple of hours, declaring that the calling of f he special session by the president was unjustified, attackina the New England “give us everything we’ll concede nothing" attitude airt defending the customs rates in the Payne-Aldrich bill Mr. Fordney was followed by Representative Harrison of New York and Peters of Massachu setts, both of whom spoke in favor o‘ th? pact. Representative Lenroct of Wisconsin, a Republican insurer nt followed Mr. Peters in opposition tc the reciprocity bill, reviewing th? familiar arguments against the enact ment of the per ding legislation. Mr. Crumpacker of Indiana, the lone minority member from the Hocsier slate, was the first Republican to sup port the measure. He had a small audience, most of the members of the house, weary of the day of conversa tion, having gone home to dinner. The house adjourned at ten minutes of six KENYON MADESENATOH Will Suceed the Late J. P. Dol liver from lowa. Judge Kenyon was elected United States senator by the lowa legislature to succeed the late Jonathan P. Dolli ver. Judge Kenyon was chosen on the sixty-seventh ballot. The victory came with the second ballot of the day’s session. Judge Kenyon received 78 votes, just enough to elect, against 26 for Supreme Court Justice Horace E. Deemer, his Repub lican opponent. When it was seen that the 78 votes had elected Kenyon there was wild cheering and a miniature stampede to the Kenyon side resulted. The fi nal vote on the second ballot was: Kenyon 85, Deemer 19. NOTED ACTOR IS DEAD Denman Thompson in New Hampshii* e. Denman Thompson, the aged actor, is dead at his home in West Swanzey, N. H. Denman Thompson was born in Erie county, Pennsylvania, in 1833, and was taken when a boy of seven to New Hampshire, where he was reared in the New England surroundings made familiar by his plays. He joined a circus at the age of seventeen, appear ing as an acrobat. His first appear ance on the stage was at Lowell, Mass., in 1852, playing a small part in the “French Spy.” In 1875 Mr. Thompson produced a playlet called “Joshua Whitcomb,” in which he deliniated the New England farmer of his boyhood. He elaborated this sketch into a play of the same ti tie and toured the country with it for a number of years. Retaining the cen tral character, Josh Whitcomb, he re modeled this play into “The Old Home stead,” which was produced the firs’ time in New York, Jan. 10, 1887, ant attained success immediately. Mr. Thompson acted almost exclusively in “The Old Homestead” for the rest of his stage career. MEETING OF THE D. A. R. Twentieth Continental Congress Opens in Memorial Hall, Washington. At Washington Monday the twenti eth continental congress of the Daugh ters of the American Revolution was opened in the memorial hall of the o> ganization. The large auditorium was thronged with delegates and vis itors, w r hile all remaining space was filled by Washington women, always eager to attend D. A. R. meetings. Following the call to order by the president-general, Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, the day’s program included a greeting from President Taft; addres es by the president-general; by the honorary president general, Mrs. John W. Foster; by the president-general of the Sons of the American Revolu tion, William A. Marble, and by Sena tor Robert L. Taylor of Tennessee. LOST LAKE RESORT, SAYNER, WISCONSIN. C. E. SHANNON, Owner, Edgerton, Wisconsin. M. H. MILLS, Manager, Sayner, Wisconsin. BUB ik. ■ jdf jl'tjri PB EIIH .. MffCIMF \ i* * nfaji \ 'hi : Located 2i miles from Sayner, Wis., on the Valley Division of the 0. M. <fc St. P. R. R., this resort is absolutely exempt from hay fever and asthma. The best muskallonge, bass and pike fishing in northern Wisconsin; good deer and partridge hunting in season; good building lots for sale and plenty of camp space. Anyone buying lots and building, can take meals at Resort if desired and the owner guarantees protection from for est fires. Board by the day or week. This resort has 200 rods lake frome, 80 rods with all the original pines thereon and is open the year round. For further particulars address M. H. MILLS, Sayner, Wis. NEW STEERING BODY. Chairman of Committee to A;t for the Minority in the Senate. af NEW STEERING COMMITTEE Senators Named to Make Senate Com. mittee Selections for Minority. Thomas S. Martin, newely elected minority leader of the senate, an nounced the personnel of the Demo cratic steering committee which is to make the committee selections for the minority in the senate. The new com mittee is made up of Senator Martin, chairman, and Senators Culberson oi Texas, Simons of North Carolina Clarke of Arkansas, Bankhead of Ala bama, Fletcher of Florida, Williams of Mississippi. Kern of Indiana, and Hitchcock of Nebraska. TILDEN HOLDING BACK Refuses to Give Up Records of Bank Deposits. At Springfield, Friday, Edward Tilden, the packer, who has been named as treasurer of the alleged SIOO,OOO Lorimer fund, appeared be fore the Helm investigating commit tee here. After naming the different banks in which he carries accounts he declared he had strenuous objections to giving up his records of deposits in the Drovers’ Deposit National bank, of which he is president. The questions of Attorney Healy, conducting the ex amination for the committee, brought out that a subpoena had been issued for these papers, but that they had Dot been obtained. Mr. Tilden' de clared that he seldom signed his own checks, even on the banks in which he carried personal accounts. Mr. Tilden w r as served with sub poena duces tecum to produce the books and accounts of his bank de sired by the committee. This sub poena was served as Mr. Tilden left the stand. M. B. Coan, investigator for the com mittee, related a story of a conversa tion of Mr. Hines with several citi zens of Marquette, Mich., in which the Chicago lumberman is said to have boasted how he rose from a poor boy to a millioraire and crowned his ca reer by electing William Lorimer Unit ed States senator. Mayor venbergen, of Scranton, Pa., has received a letter from George F. Baer, president of the Reading and Jersey Central companies, contribut ing SIO,OOO to the Pancoast mine re lief fund, $5,000 for the Temple Iron and $5,000 for the Lehigh and Wilkes barre Coal company, the latter the coal mining branch of the Jersey Cen tral company. Doubt Disappears. No one in Edgerton Who Has a Bad Back can Ignore This Double Proof Does 3our back ever ache? Have >ou suspected \ our kidnejs? 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