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VOL. XXIII.
TORREON STILL
OCCUPIED BY
THE FEDERALS
Fighting Still Continues, General
Villa Meeting With Stubborn
Resistance
PRESIDENT HUERTA CONFIDENT
His War Department Sends Word
That Army Will Succeed in
Holding City
Washington, March II,
, ,i rinba- sy has received
Ing from the foreign ofllc
-Tin- M.x
the folio
.u If rah
City ;
"Tutraoa baa no) f alien, and
mi i m ssiaitl la qulta confident it
the
Will
not fan, according to the i.h.h i
porta
from tha front."
Villa Meats Stubborn Resistance.
I 'hUuiahua, March II, Officials
hart, wliil- optimistic, .said tha abarnca
of oaaaial reports Indicated Villa li
meeMnfj artth itubborn reslatance,
Houte to House Fighting.
Juares, March "i Tha only avail
able Information bare earl toda) ami
that the tlKhtiii'j com ,nu. s at Torraoo,
Rebel aaHotal declared thai tha main
battle for tha town was fought al
Ooroaa i'aiacio laal week. The loaaaa
there weaa heavy n bath aides, and
thay assert neitl ar suit- la mm aide '."
rapaal so blood) and determined a
content. In Toreeon tha lighting is said
i ic from howaa to home, whereaa
Qomea PaJaaio araa taken by riorm
after three eaaauita, la which gmti
wen down b. tha hundreda.
Raoul Madero Is Safe.
" lurrying news came from General
Thomaa ttrhuno, who baa been report
ad id and (had at Maplml, Toda)
mtjaaaga aald thai ha had reached Dei
mejlljo and was not aerioual wound
ad Bad would racoveri
The gaunt alaa aaaaa toiiay that
Raoul Maderpi brother of the lat
praaMh nt of Mexico, reported aa i -
taiiv wounded, was 1 1 t in a dangcrou
condition; that his injuries consisted
of biuis-s received when his hmv v.a.
ahol from under hiiu.
OIL COST IS PROHIBITIVE.
Litile Likelihood of Its Being Substi
tuted For Fuel For Railroads.
Albany, x. Y., Marc h 11. Thai un
der preeenjl conditions oil is noi like!)
In lit- sllhstitlllcd fur coal as a furl for
railroads in tils pan of the country hi
Indicated b) evidence lurniahed at
hearing before tha Public Bet Ice i oav
mlaatoa here today The bearlni araa
on a regaaal from tha Nee fork Cen
tral road for a permlaalofl to uae coal
instead of oil in the loeomoth ea run
nlnj through tha Adirondack fore i
reeerve, The compan) aaaertathal the
provision requiring oil for fuel durlna
certain months arith a viea of pre'
venting forest Rrea Increaaed the op
erating uipanaaa more than II
last year, 'and thai the im of oal with
such precautionary nteaaurea as have
been prepared would noi men the
lira risk.
WOMAN IS BEST SHOT.
Mrs. Lulu Burt Scores 92 Out of 100
at Chicago.
I "ho ago, March II, - Mr Lut !'
Hurt, policeman, Qualified toda) aa one
of the best revolver shots m Chlcaao'a
pollea force.
With a Mora of M out of I ba
won tha VoM medal ai the women's re
volver match of the Sportsman's Cluh
ol America, hooting at the regulation
tarsal nt 7.". yards. Miss Clan B, 01
Ofl and Mrs. Agnes Walsh tied fol
recoad and thlnl with It, Miaa Oteoa
won the shoot off,
Mrs. Hurl had BeVCr handhd a re
volver bolero her recent appointment
to tha CMoage police force. Lieut.
VVaaibrpaaf. pistol instructor of tha
force, .said that not S." per cent of the
policemen could ahool heiirr than '
oilt f 100.
MORE TRAINS WILL BE
TAKEN OFF ON PEN N A ROAD
Pit tshurgh. Pa.. March II. The I
Hen, hment on the iviin.-x Kama lldoS
weal ended today with the announce
msni that tea pases tiler trams, six of
Hani suburban, aHi be taken eft w
the Pittsburgh, Ft, Wayue i Chicago
raflreai Bnnday, Th abop forcea are
being reduced
THE WEATHER.
Increasing cloud -ness
and war me
tonlBht and Wed
nesday. Probably
rain Wednesday.
mtW ftm
mrimjf
ni l o u
WOMAN POSED AS A
MAN FOR 60 YEARS
Fought in Civil War-Is Commit
ted to an Asylum
QUtncy, HI.. .Much ::i Alter hav
ing masqueraded as in hi for I''1
yeera, and having served aa a soldier
;n Oeneral U. s. Qrant'i army during
the end war, Miaa 'Albert" Caehier
A'hoea sex was discovered at I lie Sol
diers' home i entiy, toda) was com
milled to all asylum for the msal'e.
The woman was horn in Ireland
", : yeara aca she come to Amerlcu
aa a slow aw a v, dad m boy'a clothing
wi.en the war between the states
brfike out, she. as male, rnlistn, m
Company 'i. Nlnetyilfth llllnota in-
laetry.
she participated la some af the
blood leal battlea ol the wai and be
haved a ith ptllantry,
When the War closed she resumed
pvH life aa a workman until itga and
die results of axpooun daring the
war mad., her hclplcea. She t ben en
bared the Boldlera1 home, where h-:-
sex was discover, d whilr aha was un
der t arc of a aurgeon.
"MON A LISA" CASE BEGINS.
Man Accused of Spelling Noted P.unt
inrj Faces Trial Today.
Florence, March II, The caae of Pe
rugia. who la charged with the theft af
Lesnardki da Vlnd'a moatet piece, the
".Mona Lisa." Came W today lOr Hial.
it is expected that the a 1 1 ; t arm ba
i. tief, siine Perugia confeeeed to tha
theft.
The Mona I. is a," w Wch is classt d
anions the most famous and valuahh
nalntlnga In the world, was Etolen from
the i.iink' in Parla on ugual 11, IM1.
i-or more than two ) a iw tha gayatery
of the dlaappaaraace maile d anaohr
, ,i. in the earl) pari of laal winter,
the painting waa recovered through in
formatton furnlahed by nn an di alaf
of Florence, to w hom Perugia is eatd
io have offered the picture for rate.
At the time of the diaappea ranee af
the painting Prrugi waa employed as
workman at the l.oine and conse-
quently was anatrted cut the paint -
inir from the frame and cans ii from
the haiHdIng wlthoul aotectlon. AS
the time ..r his erreel la Florence at
alleged 10 have made .1 complete
Luiifeaal'in giving aa ins motive ret
the thafi deatre I range himself
U1..,n the Kieneh ret their deapot lotion
,,, the att gaUaHaa at Italy daring th
Napoleonic invasion.
GEN. SICKLES NEAR DEATH.
Veteran Reported Suffering from Para
lytic Stroke.
New York. March II. Doalel
Uehlea is reported 0 ba near death
in his heme. II filth avenue. It be
came known Sunday gfhl thai the
veteran eoMler md dlpioOaal uffered
a gtrafca f phral) rta three week- age,
fejlowina tin :'it 'f hM bouael i r
Mrs. WllaWdlftg. Dr Mace, a neigh-
h, ,-. a ho attended him. has informed
hta frlanda, X M aaht, Uml rma generara
i, .ft Maa is paralyaad and ins memor)
gCMga, He Is HVhlg alone in Ills house,
with no one bat an Bgd BafN s. rxaul
nttendlni him.
ANOTHER HAT IN THE RING
v. "
WEALTHIEST P. .INTER
IN CHICAGO PASSES.
Chicago, HI.. March M. Dan
iel D, Bocklua for forty-eight
yean an employe In tha com
posing room of the Chicago Tri
bune, died today of pneumonia
at the a'e oi 74, He was ac
counted the wealthiest arorhtag
printer in Chicago, if noi the
Called states. Ha never mar
ried. C0LGRA00 STRIKERS TO GET
$150,000 FROM ILLINOIS
Denver, March It. -Thai the Illinois
miners, b) referendum rote, had ie
cided b) an oveewhelaetag majmity to
appropriate l&d,aei to aid tha at liking
Colorado coal minora was an an
nouncement iini:i at the headquarters
of the United Mine Workera f Amarl-
C,l.
a teir ran to thia effect was receiv
ed from International 'iee Prealdenl
Hay i (.' Indianapolla,
MOB LYNCHES NEGRESS EOR
MORDERING WHITE MAN
Muahoaaa, kia.. March II, Marie
g ott, a ff agrees who on Sunday night,
killed Lemuel Peace, a young white
man b ilriviHK a knife into his heart
was taken out of tha county Jail early
t la; and hanged to telegraph poia
n i I 'd nn-b ovarpowefad tha Jailer,
and a 0 alined mall threw a rope
i vi i tha woman's head and dragged
her out.
OLDEST MASTER SAILING
GREAT LAKES IS DEAD
Uttluth, Minn.. March 31. Ward
came toda) from st. Oathartnea 'nt..
thai Captain Patrick Sullivan, II yea. '
old. the oldest master of the Kiel!
lakes. Is dead there after an illness of
only a few hours. He did not Quit Bail
ing until Mai year, The telegram aaya
He was known In tvefj port from
.Montreal to Vancouver daring Mi :'()
yean ,if Httltag Canadian watora. He
had tha distiu. ih.n of betni aa tha
steamer lain the tirst cargo af Man'
n ba w ieat from Port Arthur. His la u
command waa Prince B apart,
BRUSSELS HEARS TENOR
SING BY WIRELESS PHONE
Paris. March II, t'l inmnnb ation I v
eireleaa telephone between, a aaburb
Of Hrussels. and BMhri tower wiih es
tablished ami the retei of a tenet
alnging a lavafcea could be heard, ti-'-
was made imssible thTOUgh a new and
powerful loci oeaopephona invented by
an Italian engineer.
ANOTHER WOMAN FREED OF
THE CHARGE OF MURDER
ChamaYBj March .11. -The case ,r
Miss .Maude ii'ltei .. a. . used of mnr-
aertaaj Bdamrd Breaah, was taken from
the Jury today, makiim the fourteenth
woman freed of a murder I haiKe in
two ve.US.
CALUMET. MICHIGAN, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH
MRS, SIEGEL WANTS
ABSOLUTE DIVORCE
Will File -Suit Against Indicted
Banker-Merchant Today
New fork. March 31. t'ounsel for
Mrs. Marie litogel, wife af tha Indicted
banker-merchant, will hie a suit today
for absolute divorce, it is undoretood
it will name two correapoadenta.
Mrs. Ittegel was a w Ulow and a
in WBpeper writer, w ho was aaaigned to
a rite story on the Meojel ataree
when they opened, sin- nsel Megel and
'vent to work for htfg. In 1 lf they
arera taai i lad Until four yeara ago tha
Siege la maintained Insurious e-tan-
liahaaadta in New fisrh and London.
Tin li, It is said, they separated, t he
merchant paying hie wife twenty -Ave
thousand dollars a car. which was
diacontinued when Maejefa affairs be
came Invoh ed,
DISCOVER MOJAVE RELICS.
Prof. Merriam. University of Califor
nia Describes Find.
Berkeley, CalH March 11, - An expe
dition made recently Into the Hojave
desert and the dlacoyery of rallaa of
fauna now extinct that shed Unlit on
the origin ami evolution f life in Am
erica arera described last night by Dr.
John Campbell Merriam, professor of
aoleontotog) and blatorical gaoloajy of
the Cnlveralty af CaJIfaraia, hi con
nection with the charter da exercises.
Dr. Merriam had been chosen speak
er at the annual tacultv research lec
ture, an honor awarded lo the faculty
member who has done most during the
year In research work and dissemini
ttoa of knowledge. i
The finding i f pliocene fauna repre
senting a stage proviouoly unknown
on this continent was related by the
speaker. He also told of the dfceCOV
ery of upper mloccnc fauna, hitherto
unknown west of the Wasatch moun
tains, and of ev. deuce of the relation
of lite in America to thai af Asia la
the mleceaa and pliocene periods.
JEWISH COLONY DOING
WELL IN THE HOLY LAND
Poet en, March II.- The itory af the
program nsade b) the co-operative -oi-onv
,f Merchavia, a Jewish agricul
tural settlement in I'alestine, was re
lated today b) its founder. Prof, rraaa
Oppenbetmer, i hief instructor of eoau
omlea la the rnlveretty af Derlla.
SpeakliiK a' a l.alHiuel given in his
honor by tha Ktoa aaaoeMtloWi he de
clared that the rohsuy, ahhough three
ears old. had eiialded Jews from all
parts of the world i return to the soil
and had Inculcated a feeling of free
dom and equality, The preeent nee:.
Dr. Oppenhelmer said, was fr mot
land and Implamenti.
6.000 COAL MINERS AT
MARTINS FERRY. O.. QUIT.
Martins Perry, oJj March :'.l lla
thoaaaand coal mlnota la tins aaetloa
gUH today becaaao the operators, re
fused to Mga the new scale, based on
the run of mine law. operative Ma) ""
The (iimpani's say thev will not pav
for mlninK on the new basis until com
petted iv law
31, 1914.
RULING HITS
RAILROADS OF
U.S. STEEL CO.
Means Annual Loss of Nine Mil
lions If Decision Is Upheld
Wroabington, March ILTo faclll
iate the coaalderatloa of the advance
rata caae, Chairman Harlan announc-
j ad toda) that the Interstate I "ininen
eommiaaion iias Kianted me requeai
f the rallronda te hear then coaelad
i 1 1 u teallmony today and Tbaraday,
The commlaaloa iias auapeaded until
July M, all vw tarkla Mad b) the
railroads, eliinina I luu allowances to in
dustrial railroads, with exception of
Ihoea aaTecting tna Steel corporation
ani other iron and steel companlea
arhk h staad,
Approximatel four thousand tariffs
are uaponded. The) would have be
coma effective at midnight and would
be aubmltted In compliance with the
fommlaalon'a Rndinga in tha Induatrial
railwaya east-, in arhich it was held ai-
lowaiue.s and divisions in rates niad
L trunk lines with certain industrial
railwaya operated b) iron aad at eel
compooiea la aaatarn terrlton were
rebatea and ahould ba diacontinued.
Tha elimination "f aMowancea and
dlvlalona with industrial roads oper
ated b) tha steei corporation and other
ftael ami iron nrmaanlna in the eatu is
permitted i" stand, it is eathnatad
the elimination of such puymciitB will
mean an annual loss to the htOel Out
poratlon alone ,,f nine mllllona, Hear-
iiks w ill be hold.
SIX TICKETS ARE FILED.
Plenty of Rivalry m Forthcoming
Township Election.
That there will be phnty of rivali
m tin- forthoontinaj township election
is evidenced from the fact that si
ticketa, Including the Nomination tick
et have been (lied with Township fieri;
Qeorge Martin. Tickets tnav be tiled
as late as 1 J o'clock this eveatttg with
the townahip clerk, The Calumet
township beard will bold a meetlni
tomorrow afternoon at .' o'clock i"
author iaa the preparationa of th,- offi
cial ballot and to make tinai prepora
tions lor the election.
As the Nomination thket was the
iirst tiled, it at-eaHmaai m tin ajari eel
iimn on the ofticl.il Mttlot, The Peo-
ple'i tieket. wiiii Edward Colllaj as a
candidate for the ofhCO Of tfeahlirer
was the neat Hied and therefore la en
titled to the aacond column on tha
ballot, the Socialist ticket win appear
in the third column; t'lt..ens' Alliance
ticket, with Arthur Reed Ba the candi
date for the eaUca of treasurer in the
fourth column; the Independent tick
et, with I'Tcii a. Larson as candidate
for tlv oltice of justice of the BOa e
and Victor iu-vk for the office of treaa
arer win amjiaar in the fifth column
ami the ticket oB Which I'reil MorgJ :
Is makiug the run for the olli. e A
overseer of hlhwavs 111 the SiXth fOl-
umn.
SHERMAN TWP. CONVENTION.
Interesting Contests Develop For Three
of Nominations.
The Sherman township convention
held in the Day choolhouaa Sulurdaj
evening resulted in the aelectlon of
th. following nomination ticket;
Sup, ! v laor I . L. 'iv lan
Treiaurer- Rlcbard s. farter.
Clerk Chntrlea a Dimmer.
Commissioner of hlghwaya Brneal
Faille.
Ove rarer of hlghwaya Cam telle r-
iUette.
J net Ice of the peat -Charlei Luke.
Hoard of review memher- Andrew
Jackson.
('onstahleH Joseph Roga, John l'as
I'nr. Conteata developed for tin treaaur-
ersip. clerkship and highway COnUBbl
sinner. RlChnrd S Carter was nom
inated for treasurer over Oliver ltrun-
nette b) the vote ,.r to t7. Charles
A. Dimmer was nominated for tin
clegjkehlp over win Touell, tha vote be.
Ing h:i to ; ami Rmaal Pallia received
the nomination for Mfhuray Bemmbi
sinner over AugUat JUTgttt, the vote
being to 4r.
MINNESOTA LUMBER BARON
IN CRITICAL CONDITION.
Los Anceles. 'u1., March "1. -Frederick
Weyerba ueer, millionaire Min
nesota lumberman, who has been ill
fat I week is reported to be in a crit
ical rendition today.
DESPONDENT OVER DEATH,
ALDERMAN KILLS HIMSELF.
Spring Vallev. III.. March 31 De
spondent over the recent death of hi?
w ife and child. Alderman I'.obei t Mum
last nluht returned homo from BOOttB-
v 1 1 gjaettag and Max homaalf dead.
NOTED METHODIST DIES.
fhliago in . March It, Mae, team
Kowr. who raised SJ.ftnO.OOO to pay the
indebtedness of small Methodist Epis
copal churches, is dead.
Tree planting oa nntioiml foresis
has to be puwinad io comparatively
short InterweJa hi saarbej and i.tii. la
sprliiK it starts when the snow mel'.s
and stops with the ilryinn out of the
ground, in the fad it comes between
the fall rams and I! ret snowfall.
NO PERSONAL ISSUE BETWEEN
PRESIDENT AND HIMSELF, SAYS
CLARK CLOSING TOLLS DEBATE
: : ;! -j-
v KOETTERS IS FOUND v
v GUILTY; GET LIFE :
TERM IN PRISON, v
dklaegja, March .".1 John H. v
0) Koetters was found guilty of v
murdering Mrs. Emm. Kraft. :
I- of ( im juiiati. ill :l local hot- I v
with a hammer He soa sen- 4
I- tencod to lii,- kmpriaonm nt
I' The jury took the eas y, s'ter-
! toy afternoon, !
I A sinnular feature of the do- v
! faaaa araa an attempt to set up tf
0) an alibi for tha shun woman v
! Inatand af for the gtderer,
Bvldenca waa aifered t., prove ;
she COUld not have been in the e)
hot. i at the Hum tha state's
! WitOeoaea said she arrived
: there. dj
sin- nraa a widow, ..c.i ataty, 4
V and had I u infatuated with 4
4 Koetters. She had .lust sold a 4
4 little pioperty in i "iiu iim i!; for
jit.iMin it ;is the accuaation of 4
4 tha state that Koetters. failing 4
4 to net this sum b.v cajolery, -I
4 murdered the woman and (led 4
with it :
GREY PROPOSES FEDERAL
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT
London, March 11. The establish
ment of a federal eyatem f govern
ment for the British uuea was siu
geated la tha House of Commons by
sir Bdward Ore) today as a solution
for the home rub difficulty, it received
gram attention In tha Houat
Qrey hinted tha govermnenl waa
read) t go to the country In a gen
eral election If Parliament would en
act its bills establishing plural Voting,
home rule for Ireland and ills,-stablish-iiiK
the i I 4i i hu'vh.
OLDEST MICHIGAN MASTER
MASON DIES IN N. Y.
Albion, Mich. March It. Tha death
of o. B, Rogera, ll, la Rocheater, n. v.
marks tin passinv of probably the old
i st .Master Mason bebHigtng to a
Mtchlgaa lodge.
Mr. Rogera had been H Master Ma
son fol over tiTi years, Joining Murat
lodge, r. and a. m.. of thia fftty, In
D-t. He had lived n ROt h- BtOf for
several yeura with a daughter, but
had kept up his mcm'x rship in At him t
Indue. Re Worked here as a plaster
mason for yeara,
NEGRO MURDERER PARDONED
AND THEN ELECTROCUTED.
Little Rock, Ark.. March It, A fee
minutes after r iviim a pardon from
Governor Ha yea, which relaaaed him
from a Ill-year sentence, Fred Pelton,
aagro, was electrocuted at tha stab'
penltentlar) here for ir klfttng of
Metvtna Hat ton, negraea, whom ha
murdered to aecare H cents.
There was a queettoh as to t'ie e
aiit.v of electrocuting Peitoa until af
ter he served his ill-year aenten e
ami lor this reason the pardon Was
granted,
WILL GLYNN CALL EXTRA
SESSION OF LEGISLATURE
Albany, If, v.. March 11. The harts
latere will be called into extraordinary
session b.v Governor Olynn some time,
probably durlm June, it is probable
the governor will submit to th,- legisla
ture for eoiisidei :.t ion Mlly the annual
appropriation bill. which failed ef
paaaaga in tha session.
The antra esialen win cost tha etste
Ilea, the Btatement dt d tred, ami
added this money mlKht have hern
sav ed if pulltrca had not been played,
FUNERAL SERVICES TODAY.
Prod Mackenzie of KaiiOCk. Minn.
arrived here yesterday to attend the
funeral of his mother, the late Mrs.
Kmma N. Mackenzie. The funeral
services were held this afternoon from
the residence of the da edent, cornel
Seventh and Pine street, in chat:
Hev. Daniel D Stalker of the Pirai
I'resbv teriati i huiili. with lllllimilll
in let ha view cemetery.
4 TIMOTHY D. SULLIVAN. 4
: NOTED IRISH PATRIOT. :
v DIES AT AGE OF 87. v
Dublin. March 31. - Tlmothj
Daniel Snllivnn, Irish patriot.
I- journalist and author of "Oet 4
4 Sac Ireland." is dead, aged It, 4
I- Kor twelltv veals !: was a a '
! HonalbM asanshera in tha House 4
I of l uminous, and I u lw, eais !
: am hard mayor af Dobtfu, Ha 4
BSned tw,, months In Juil for an
offense acainst thr , oorcion act.
: : :: ::::
NUMBER 139
ARGUES AGAINST
THE REPEAL BILL
Differs With Executive on Exemp
tion Matter But Never Ques
tioned His Motives
REFERS TO HIS OWN FUTURE
Could Be Happy Without Presi
dency; Scores Newspapers
for Alleged Slander
nroshiagton, March It. -Sp Bet
Champ l 'lark, rtosinjf the debate
against the repeal of the Panam
aaampllnn. dlaappoi nted thoaa who ex
pected hhn to attaok tha pi'eaidaut.
"There is no person. il issue between
the president and my self." he said. "I
trust thCN never will be, 1 have ul
no time uttered a word ef i rltl i.n
Of the president, and believ e I he area -dent
has not saiil a Btagda arord af
ciitiolen of gte, 1 never fot mo
ment entertained tha opinion that tin
prealdeal waa actuated by other than
the highest motives."
lie dechtrad bare no hraach in
tin Democratic party.
The speaker argued 't length
RgUinot the president's contention. an'
declared that "the amBllBg ragBBal d
the president for repeal, like the peace
of Qod, pnaaetb all onderatandl ng"
He mM If the prealdenl hod reasons
"w hii h are not utterly untenable, and
which compel him mala this requeet,
he had not gte -n them 'o ti e BBUOB
He differed with the resident'! M it -ment
that tool cxniptlon was a mis
taken economic policy." Ha contend
etl thai the president Was 11 ' ' '
ill the View that exemption was re
pugnant of the Koy-Pattncefote
t rea t y.
"N'e want war with no natiiui." the
speaker continued, "but rather than
surrender our riuht to complete sover
eignly over evorj Bgnare foot of our
globe -s weirding domain, we writ i beer-
foil) and COUrageouehj foe tin- world
In arms."
He attacked the attitude of the
House Ds moc rate who led the preal
dent'a llgbt for repeal.
Refers to His Own Future.
ftaferrlns to pubttehed declarations
that his opposition f the president
was the "opening gun f hla dgbi for
the nomination m itil,' 'the speaker
declared tie had told all to a bom h
had BPOkea about the till situation
that "it me administration was a suc
cess, Wilson would be re-elected, and
in a failure the nomination would not
be worth having."
As to his own future, the speaker in
sisted he could be happv without the
president or speakership, or even
with retirement from public lift should
his conatltuenc) so determine, Reply
inn to what he called a "aCUrrllOUS,
slanderous article in the New York
World." thr paahitr said th. . barge
that he was suaved in his attitude to
ward the bill bv "ship subsidy Inter
est..' was a "base and laise lltSlnU'k
lion." "If any man lu re bslievea that slan
der," si. outi d the speaker, "let him
stand up now, so h lnav pa Been !'
hundreds of Witnesses." The 'aw spa
cer he iianud. he said. "along with
every other editor in America, who
hopes to be an a ml -assaiioi Ol m MM
other fat Job, who have been endeav
oring t. place me in eatagontam to the
preeidenl ever alnce tha election.'1
Bjepuhlicau itepraauutativa Mann
ulso spoke in nppoettlon lo free tol.
n pea .
Represents tlve Humphrey oi Wash
Ing ton, Republican, who denounced
the Democratic poottlaa aa "mum
contemptible than English language
nut e;.l'rss.' dcelai d the condition
w is brought about bv "egot lath h i
Uvaderfng" of the odminiat ration in
the .Mexican eitostion. lie lauded t'n
derWesd and Speaker l.trk. v Im. or
said, "h everv rub- ol laiinesi, and
honor should aa presMant todu) lee
refuetng to repudmta the Pamui rath
pMaform
Tha ires test crowd ii" Hons, baa
aaea in recent yeara lammed the ga -
lenes to heir ha linal debate Peopl
were Watting In line faf hours. Jus'
uftel day-hreak two worn, n and a
man took seats foi th" Uiu wait until
noon Dnrtng the wattaag aenra tht
I'lOWd made itsi It at home. Son,
Breughl WHWBjBiPCrg ami others read
hooks. tJray-halred women hrottghl
their gntttlns and ettohnd their anas
,'ies haanatriamay. Lunch boxea, and
milk am', pas bottles lined tha rail, to
the Imminent danger to thr legisla
tors below, until th.i- door keepers
r..r. ,d tlNrif removal.

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