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Fate of Juarez Hinges
On Answer from Diaz
Rebels Demand Hie Resignation Be*,
fore Three Today—Refusal
Mean* Fight.
Madero Gives Emphatic Interview,
Navarro Preparing to Re
sist Attack.
EL PASO. Texas. April 20.—Unless
the Federal* make an attack on the
rebel army that has threatened to its
sault Juarez. Francisco I. Ma lero. Jr .
says there will be no assault on Je
rez until after 3 o'clock Fndav aft"
noon. If by that time he has not r
celved assurances from Porflrlo D
that he will retire from the presiden
cy of Mexico. Madero declares that
the attack on Juarez will take place
at once.
"AH that the Federate want la time
to bring up reinforcements." he *ald
to-day, when asked If he would con
sider an armistice. "I will give Diaz
24 hour* to resign," he said to a dele
gation of El Pasoans and Mexican cit
izens that called on him In his camp
In the hills near Juarez and asked him
to consider peace terms.
This assertion was also a reply to
Gonzales Garza, secretary general of
the revolutionary junta, who carried
a message from Dr. Gomez, In Wash
ington, asking for a delay In the at
Diaz Must Resign.
"Diaz must surrender the presiden
cy." This he said was his final reply
to all attempts to bring about peace
or a truce of arms.
The volunteer peace commissioners
who visited the provisional president
and lnsurrecto commander went un
der permission of the Federal*, and
made the trip in two automobiles
with white flags.
An Associated Press correspondent
was In the camp when .Madero met
them. After the conference Madero
dictated the following:
“The peace commission came unof
ficially and asked under what terms
I would make peace.
"X said I would agree. In the Inter
est of peace, to resign as provisional
president of Mexico, but only If i con
sider that the will of the people has
been satisfied, otherwise the revolu
tion will continue, notwithstanding
any peace negotiations.
election. For that purpose I will ac
cept as provisional president any one
of the members of the present cabl
net'who Will rail n r.ew e!o. |
* "In (Sfi‘ this condition is irr. .■!
upon, we want Juarez to be delivered
to tis. and then an armistice will be
•'I will wail until to-morrow evening
to hear the result of the peace nego
tiation* which are being directed by
Dr. Vazquez (Jomrz. If to-morrow
night no answer comes. I will com
• mence hostilities."
Madero Not Candidate.
After the volunteer peace commis
sioners had returned to El Faso,
Felix Martinez gave out the follow
ing statement of their trip:
"I do not want the presidency." Ma
dero said frequently during the con
ference "if j am willing to sacrifice
everything wealth, position family
name and even my life for the cause
of Mexico. Diaz ought not to hesitate
to sacrifice the position that he has
. held for thirty years for the cause
of hi* country.”
While the peace conference was in
progress, American* crowded along
the river northwest of El Paso and
Insurrectos, espet
slipped over the line to El Faso foi
baths and food.
Although General Juan J Navarro,
commanding Juarez, persist that he
has received no demand for the stir
render of the town, the town is closed
tonight, and rtviliaut are kept off the
street. Iturnle* patrol the outskirts
and soldiers are held In readiness te
respond to the slightest alarm.
Madero s army almost surrounds
Juarez The main command Is In Hi*
mountain* toward Rarichero de Floret
almost due west of Juarez
Garibaldi a command of 2'e> men
Is northwest of Juarez There th«
fnaurrecto artillery is mounted, and
there the msiirreeto chieftain and
11« lieutenant* meet during the day
Haucfie la occupied by trrmps that nr
Plved from 'be enoth last night
In *be event of an attack on Juarez
the only danger to El Faso from bul
leta will lie from the men at ftanehe
If 'hey a"ack from the smith west
The Insurrecto cannon would firt
| parallel with the |(io Grand* pasi
FI Faso Into Juarez
(Continue* on Tenth Page.)
Capt. Caujot, against whom
the Mexican government filed
protests t • the President, but
whlc * protest it was later said
would be withdrawn. Is In com
mand of the United States
troops at Douglas, Aria. He
wrs. prior to enlisting, a resi
dent of Williamson. W. Va..
und gained standing In the
army by service In thfc Philip
pi-. with the United States
Army. On the 13th ho led a
detachment of United States
, soldiers across tho frontier
and stopped a battle at Agua
Prleta. Mex.
I I_
I _ I
Diaz Censures
! United States
Reply to Taft'a Demand Comes In
Nature of Criticism of
This Country.
Later Mexico Announces Intentions
to Withdraw Charges Against
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 20 —
A summary of Mexico's reply to the
demand of the United States for
greater precautionary measures along
the border was received ut the State
, Department to-day aud conveyed at
| once to the President. Mexican Am
, bassador Zntnacona, In a statement
to-day. said that while the reply re
fers to "lamentable events on the bor
der,” It is "friendly In form and es
\ setice."
Special complaint is made against a
j "Major Gardner” (Captain Uaujot?),
In command of the American troops
at Douglas. Aril., alleging that he In
terfered In behalf of 'lie rebels.
Reference Is made to the fact thnt
a rebel whose gun was out of order i
crossed the line and bad It repaired j
! by an American soldier. T. • note is
, Ham ici quoin h sworn maienieni oy
] John Doan, of Douglas. Art*., to the
effect that the Insurgent force* at
1 Agua I’rleta were largely composed
of American*.
1 \ detail report < f the incidents along
the American liorder in c rnection with
the battle of Agna Vricta. Mexico, was
requested by the war department to-day
I of the officer in command at Douglas,
j Arizona, whi n t'-c battle was fought.
It i- believed that the government
In re will make a thorough investigation
1 so a« to prepare t<> answer various
charges as to de'ails supposed to * t-.n-1
tntniil in the Mexican reply to the
Atueri. an governments prototatiisns. J
j < ••incident with the war department's;
I White Hiiu-e that the president wa, in
clined t • await the receipts of a full
i copy of the Mexican reply before mak
ing auv roinment. The president’s ad
vice to all to day was to lie patient and
| to accept the situation in a tolerant
Ml XD ft MTV. April in -Mini-ter]
De La Barra < night req ested
ba«sad"r W il on to notify W dtingt.iu!
!> desired •* remind one feature con
sidered abjectionaMe at Washington in
hi* note regarding the Agna I’m 'a in
’ cideut The feature referred to in his1
1 coti’mettf <n the meting of ffie inter ]
national boundary bv ( aptai* Ganjot. |
Buy W. Va. Coal
Boston Concern Tskss Over Controll
I ing Interest in 3.500 Aoti
of Coal.
l.'eToN. S prlt ill ti was an
firmin "I fi«-re ’.„|H that th« \'. w f:n«.
Inti'J t’lifil anil t'l.ife t'omp.iri* •• auh*
•Idlar' of th. M , sarh'is. Its ti ,om
|mnv h ia |mri tiaanl n slxtv p.Trent
SO.. K Intan si In the t p H ,a>m
I |c«ln will, h aim I < • \m I Maras of fowl
Iwn I* In W asi Virginia
The j It It * out a-ompar v bn* itn
i I’horUe.i . Mpltal ,,r $;|Ki.nnfl n.mprta
Inr lir.at.iMMi It.m l* nil.I Ir.iail ...Ml Ittaels.
It was organize,! rerently unda r West
j A Irgtnln laws m take mar tbe proper
"es a.f J. wa tt, rilgep.w and Hr....ka
j • '|»I op»r*lor*
Minister Has Three Wives
<•'/«• Reet.n Tor Each Wtfa. and
C-i*"”, th« Third la Hia "Trua
LovV Whan Arreatad.
flllf.\t;i» April !<• Kur«z tarl
AMI. who «ija hla r.u.l na.it* la Kurt a
Mur liar, and that he la an ordained
l„otb*rat» | eaeher. *r>dajr plea led
• •illiy In •»>* mnnwipal i-omrt to n«r
In* three wlvea llvln* lie waa rr
ruirre*! nn eomplaln* of the »hl I
wife, whom he dearrlt.ed a« hla 'Mr" •
Vive •• |n l.la atrtiV to the eourt he
•aid he tho i*h* that hla flrrt jnprrl
A«»« "ahon.d not In held a*v|1«t
There lit the thrte wlv -a. ard the
rearon he married or left them, ia
«:v*n hy Mueller
Wit* V 1. Kale Mazer Mite'l^r.
of Hii"on > ehraafea Married he" .1
*er a three tiajr «e j mli lanre heeaQ>e
rtearon of bin rhitref Mill It waa not
l.«' aiiae ,4 her aimpllelty of mini
•*»0 tila «w | * alevaiad motital-/,
Hh*» in fh*» mother of flip*** of hin1
9 MMr»n
Wlf* No. » Anl< I, Work Monitor,
o' liatrolf, Mir Mg in. Mha Riarrnd
him for hi* mono* irn month* »ft„
!••• laft hi* flrat w|fr Aftor two
tronth* ah* laft him; la fha mothar
o' on* ah1 a*
"If" No i Amrilh Kahl I'urlfnti,
f ni> ago. hl i "trim Jova." Mir -.m|
f ar alahta.n month* tgo In f'lttoaeo
fa. r naa ha lovad har
*l'ial|ar hn* hann work Inn aa nn
Urtrfatnn lla an' I h» rimt of a
fit illy of l.ntharnh mlnlatar* m.|
ws* ordalnad a* ntirh hitnaalf till
ft* oar wn t a |>ni>tor A* Alfa nn. Mi. nl
atm. until hi* daufh Two yanra **o. I
II* aald ha wait adu- »ta.| for tha mm
•a't/ *' M; rlnaflald. I.lmola, anti Ml*
lti*w, .Mlrhlann. an.’ h a Ural rliara#
waa at Molten. Nnhraakn, whan ha
waa 22 vaar* old t atlaon aald fh*t
hla nnala. II. * Hthiillu*. of |'a«trm
llltoola. told hi* thi’d nlfa ahon' lha
otham, and than tha Iron hla hag* n
iia waa bald In )2.'t00 bund.
A r--^ I !
I I NO^STRr l_Z^r
No Mixing
In Mexico
Senators Take Kirn Stand Against 1
U. S. Intervening in War.
Urging Congress to Give President
Power to Use Force at His
WASHINGTON. April 2d.—Ton
press in In no temper to meddle In
the Internal affairs of Mexico, and in
the Senate a majority of both aides i
of the chamber will endeavor to pre- I
vent open discussion of the travail
through whleh the republic aouth of .
the Rio Grande la passing. This was |
made clear today at the conclusion of
a speech on the Mexican situation by
Senator Stone, of Missouri, who ad
vocated empowering the president to
use the army and navy In any way ho
might see fit to protect American
lives and property. The resolution
was referred to the Foreign Rela
tion committee, which Is not likely to
act upon It soon.
Senators C'ullom. Bacon. Root and
Jytdge, all members of tills committee.
Immediately deplored public discus
sion of a sister republic's troubles and
several took the Missourian sharply,
to task for tlio tenor of his remarks,
suggesting that such discussions
should occur otdy In cxecutlvo bc* |
Oppose War Spirit.
Senator Bacon said he wanted It
understood that the views Mr Stom
expressed aro not universally shared
In the s> nate He said thnt to give
the President "power io use the army
ns he may se« fit Is In itself n declara
tlon of war.” and the time for such
an extreme course had not arrived
Mr Root was even more emphatic In
his disavowal
"Granting that Injuries bad boon
dono to the lives and property of
American ritirons that ought to be
i *-*i i miii n*-, |i qnrn nm T"l
low that we should begin the process
of securing redress by threatening
force on the pnrt of a large force
against a smaller and weaker one"
which, he said, would he a reversal of
national policy and a step backward
In civilization He r« carded the pass
age of a resolution giving the Presi
dent Such broad dl ercilon as equlva
lent to a declaration of war It pre
face.| with a tl rest "our demand fbr
reparation.” said he
In Hi*- lnter -st of peace. Senator
lodge deprecated discussion of the
situation In Meytco toward which he
said ”we have none but the kindliest
feelings •*
Klllsr of Rad Man who Shot Up
Wllllamaon la hat Free.
lirNTWOTON*. W Va . April 20 -
John It Maynard a prominent citizen
of llllameon. who has |m.-n on trial
charged with having assassinated
Have Howell, Was acquitted tonight
after the jury had deliberated one
hour and thirty minutes Howell was
shot down on the streets of William
son several month# ago after he had
terrorized the town The shot was
tired from a window of a hank build
log and Mavnard was found In the
roon from which If was claimed tij
shot was tired Howell and Maynard
had previously had trouble llowcli
waa a verv tough character, and >n
his visits to Williamson he treated
eons'ematlon by trying to tear tip
the town
Determined to Die
NKW PARTI.K, |'a . \nrll M -
Htamllng on a chair. Phrlstopht r M|
«ey. aged M, tied a rope about hla
neck, tired I wo ahote Inlo hla head
and kicked the chair from under him
111 fccajth caused him lo suicide.
Launch Booms (or Ohioans
Harmon for President Creamer for Governor
WASHINGTON, April 20.—The
formal Inauguration of the boom of
Governor .ludson Harmon, of Ohio, for
the presidency is expected to-morrow
In the rooms of Senator Pomerene, the
now Democratic senator from Ohio, in
the senate office building. Senator
Pomerene has sent out a call to all
the 16 Democratic congressmen from
Ohio to attend, to discuss the outlook
and devise ways apd means of pro
moting V.r. Hsnnoc's chances All
are expected to be present, and It la
stated by those friendly to Mr Har
mon. a unaimoua declaration In his
favor Is anticipated.
COLC MBITS. O.. April 20.—With
much ceremony to-day. friends of
State Treasurer D. J. Creamer, of St.
Clairsville, launched a boom for him
for the Democratic nomination for
governor next year. The Republicans
about the state iouse smiled at the
Idea because of the fact that Creamer
ran ninety thousand behind the head
of the Democratic state ticket last
fall. Creamer was the only Democrat
elected with Governor Hartnon. when
the latter was first elected. Then,
however, he ran against a weak Re
publican candidate. Since then
Creamer has returned to the state
money which he drew Illegally while
serving as state fire marshal.
Parties Split on Reciprocity
Elect Day
Action on Mutualization ia Delayed.
Though Plan u Urged on
Society Officer*.
N'KW Yt'ftK. April *0—Against the
•dvli a <if Superintend* nt ffotchklaa, of
the atate department 'if Insurance and
of Ita alriiateea. the Kmjltal.le I.tfe Aa
■urance Society by vote < f Ita lH>ard of
director* to-day elected \Vm A . l*ny,
J. ITerpnntMorgan'* candidate, to auc
• • • -I the late I'uul Morton *a prealdent
• •f the ani lely, at a Biliary of S&<1,000 a
•nr, .ca ugalnat the |m>,oca a year paid
te Mr Morton No vlie prealdent *>a
• Itoaen to aticceeit Mr |i»v
The hoard »lao went i»n record In
favor of mutualisation, continued the
present committee on mutualisation
and Instructed it to co-operate with
the stale department of Inaurnnn*, the
Iruateea and .Mr Morgan
The vote stood L-« for Mr Imv and
1 against and Intrr was made tinanl •
iitoua Thomas Bpratl, chairman of
th« commute., on reorganisation. raid
nftcr the meeting that there been no
opposition to Vlr Day on pr»'ti^
grounds. hut that the trustees and
Superintendent Hotchkiss lull..ve<| the
election -hotild have heen post|mn*d
ut *11 a definite mutuallratlon hud hern
ffc.l-'l I I.r an hour Mr ilntrhkiaa
uMro I th <ln ira
’The majority of nhurra in tht» no
ctily. to t)» r*ae| Ml" out of J.OUO" tie
told them, 'la now owned by j. |M«r
i>..iu Morgan, and for hltn held by thrm
truster. | believe that Mr , lorano
f i ora noilunllr.itI >ti. In faet he hoa
told mr no, hut Mr. Morgan ta 74 >ears
"Id and »• all know what dfatmaf. un
real and analety have attended n
■ hang" In rontrnl of the ao< tely m thn
p iat ''
Mr Morgan la m-w tn Kurope and
bto aliar. a of atoi k are held by
Henrge « I'erklna. former Justin
Morann J I'Hrlrn and Irwin Casa
l-rilwird na truate. • lie 1. under
alood lo line (.old t'.bfm a ahare and
the polfri holder, will have to make a
enrrr apondtng tllal.iiraetneiit f.,r hia
h< ddtnga.
The .ommltfea on mutnallaatton
fnet late to-day and rent word to Hn
perlhtendent llotehkfaa Itiat th* y
would .emmunl'aie with him anon In
On* Killed by Leg Wrtnr.had From
Tabla—Other Eirapti
lOTTHVII.I.F. fa. April |tv.- With
leu» torn from thn table na their
weapon*. Adam llananlmnn and Will'.
Inm Colon la. Inmate, of the county
ln»ane aaylum. today rough! a dual
to death When Bttcndanta runtied fo
th« ward. Colonla waa lying on thn
floor with hla head battered In. while
over him atood llanaelraan o-dnjurnd
Coloula died abortIv afterward.
Agricultural Section* Lining Up
Against Treaty and Party
Line* Are Lost.
Twenty-Four Person* Spoke in House
Yesterday. Many Against Meas
ure Prepared.
WASHINGTON, April 20.—flute
and party affiliation* were repeated
ly broken In the House of Represen
tatives today In the concluding hour*
of the fight on the Canadian reclpro
cl^ bill. Iieraocrat* denounced their
fellow Democrat* for supporting a
Republican protective principle, and
Republicans hurled criticism against
their fellow Republicans for marching
with ih« Democrat* toward the free
trade goal.
During the seven hour* of dchste
24 men spoke on the reciprocity mea
sure. Two-thirds of them made plea*
for It* defeat In speeches of from
one minute to a half hour In length,
and In thl* number were two Demo
i ran from North Carolina and Repub
lican* from many of the northern
atate*. (
Most of the criticisms of the bill
were from agricultural sections and
based on the belief that reciprocity
with Canada, under the agreement,
would Injure the agricultural Inter
est* of the 1'nlfed flla'e* Dlffernnres
In the North Carolina delegation, all
or whom arc Democrat*, were vigor
ously aired on the floor, because four
members of the state delegation pro
posed to vote agiilnst the screement
because they belleyed II wan opposed
to all Democratic Ideas
Many Delegations Split.
The Minnesota delegation broke on
ihe rock* of reciprocity. Mr. Nye, of
Minneapolis, spoke for the bill, and
Messrs Steenerson, Anderson. Day la
and Volstead opposed It. The Mlchi
pan delegation showed a like dlvl
slon. Mr imr-mtis advocating the bill
and Mr .1 M. C Hmtth opposing It.
Krom Pennsylvania Messrs How man
and Karr advocated Ita passage, and
Mr Kocht denounced It
Krt*m California, Mr Needham
spoke for the bill, and Mr Kahn
ncHlnst If Representatives Mol.son,
of Alabama. Murray of Msssaihua
< tt* and Curley of Massachusetts ad
'n. «ted Its passage, and Representa
tive* Oood and Krotitj. of Iowa; Mor
gan. of Oklahoma. Iturke. of Houin
Dakota. Ilolgeson, of North Dakota;
Krench, of Idaho. Voting of Kansas,
and l.aKolette. of Wisconsin, apokp
against It.
lieneral debate on the measure will
rloee tomorrow- at three o'clock with
speeches by Representatives TVid*»
wood. McCall and Italrell. The Mil
will then be taken up under the rule
giving permission for amendment*
An effort will be made to secure a
(Inal vote on the bill tomorrow night,
but the leaders of the house are not
sure that it own he reached.
Senator N. B. Scott
Arrives Home
On Va. Debt
Virginia Commission Expresses Will
ingness to Maet Official Body
From West Virginia.
Disposition of Debt Not Proposed.
Are Following Court Decision
On Case.
Special nispatch to Ihe Intelligencer.
RICHMOND, Va.. April 20.—Consid
ering the question of the interest on
the Vlrglnia-We«t Virginia debt, the
debt commission of this state met in i
the Jefferson hotel to-day, according i
to the suggestion of the supreme court !
of the United States in its recent'
decision, and expressed a willingness
to meet an official body from West \
Virginia for the purpose of entering |
Into an adjustment of the payment of |
the interest. Beyond the considers ,
tlon of this point and the passage of
a resolution to that efTect nothing wns
done by the commission. It does not
appear that any further action can be
had on the matter for two years, or
until the next regular meeting of the
West Virginia legislature, as Governor
Glasscock did not Include mention of !
the state debt In the extra session 1
Is Expected at Cumberland If Negro j
Who Assaulted Girl Is Caught
by Mob.
Fpeclsl Dispatch to ths IntelMgencar.
CUMBERLAND. Md., April 20.— I
Armed and determined men are
searching the Dans mountains for the 1
assailant of pretty Eva Lowrey. aged
14 years, who was brutally maltreated
in her home late yesterday afternoon,.
by a negro. The men armed as soon :
as the crime was known, with clubs. ‘
revolvers, shotguns and carrying i
ropes, A systematic search was con- '
tinued all night, despite tho heavy!
downpour of rain. When daylight
came the men coutinned the search
with renewed vigor and they threaten
a lynching If the negro is captured.
.. PC-ill u pubBH
Of d^putloa out aft«r the negro, but
the reports the sheriff received this
morning indicate that If the men ere
siiecespfu] in their quest, his deputies
will hare difficulty In preventing sum
mary action.
Cut Assembly
Presbyterian General Body May be
Reduced 200 Members in
PITTSBURG, April 50—The Pres
byterian General Assembly, which is
now composed by almost a thousand
representatives will be materially
changed il the recommendation of the
executive commission is approved hv
♦he assembly which meets at Atlantic
ity next month. The commission as
sembled here to day and drafted a rec
ommend.vion that the representation be
I reduced from mw members to axe, That
question has been under discussion for
some time and il is expected final action
will be taken this rear
_ The meeting of the executive committee
like those of other years. was not with
out its church politics. Members of the
vew York Preehvferv to-day started a
boom for the Rev Dr J H. Jewett,
pastor of the Fifth Avenue Presby
terian church for moderator.
Soldier’s Funeral
Bluefleld Students to Turn Out to
Honor Man Killed In Rebel
fteer'al ruernfeh to fhe InteUteenear
BLUE FIELD, W. Va . April 2« 1To
morrow the remain* of Albert Ed
ward*. fhe former Bluefleld man. who
waa killed In Ihe rnhel army In Mexi
co. will rearh this city. Edwards had
1*»en particularly dating In the Held
during fhe aeven yeara be had been
In the reliel service The High school
atudenta. where Edwards was a for
mer pupil, will act a* an escort to the
body, and service* will he held at the
Bland Street M E. church.
Hon. X R Scott arrived In the dtyl
yesterday morning from Washington.
Mr. Scott was kept busy a conaldH
erable part of the day meeting old'
friends who welcomed him and con
gratulated him upon his improved
personal appearance. Mr. Scott
looked to be In the very best of
health, and stated that he had not
felt better for years. While Mr.
Scott's term as United States sen
ator expired on March 4th, he haa
remained In Washington several
weeks winding up his personal inter
ests and consulting with President}
Taft as to a number of West Virginia'
matters. Being the senior Republican*
member of congress In West Vlr*
glnla. and a member of the national!
Republican committee from the state.,
Mr. Scott has been naturally con-'
Rulted as to West Virginia appoint-^
ments, quite as much since he ceased*
to be senator as he wss before. A‘
reporter of the Intelligencer met Mr.j
Scott while he was on his way to
the Central glass house, which Insti
tution he always visits among th*
first after he arrives In Wheellng-i
Speaking of public matters he said:*
Reciprocity Will Pats.
"I do not think there Is any doubt)
about the passage of the Canadian
reciprocity treaty. The bill will be
promptly passed by the house of rep-t
renentatlves, and while there will be1
some opposition to It In the senate,
there will not be sufficient to defeat)
it A great many Republicans will'
support It. some Democrats will op-*
pose It. but there is a distinct major-I
ity in favor of It In both bouse*. Be-,
yond passing the reciprocity treaty
I do not think that this session of
congress would accomplish anything
In the way of legislation. The Demo
crats In the house of representatives
have already outlined a free trade
program which would undoubtedly
cause a great deal of alarm If there
was the slightest prospect that It
would be enacted Into law. The so
called free list framed by them Is
simply a bid for farmer votes. It
large number of agricultural lmple- '
ments and supplies used by farmers
In harvesting their crops, as well as
shoes, woolen goods and other
articles of that kind. The peculiar
feature about this free list program
is that It Is made up entirely for the
purpose of pleasing a certain class
of people, without any regard what
ever to the conditions of manufacture
or the cost of same. For instance,
certain kinds of Iron and steel pro
ducts are to be put on the free list,
because they are used by farmers,
but that does not carry with It any
reduction of duties on other Unas of
Iron and steel products, or upon raw
materials that go Into their mant»>
factor* It Is absolutely Impoeelhle,
not to say absurd, to pick out a few
manufactured articles and attempt to,
put them on the free list because
they happen to he used by s certain
class of people, while large number*
of other articles of like nature are i
untouched In any way.
Real Tariff Revision.
"Rclentlflc revision of tariff duties,
of course, means revision of an en*,
tire schedule at one time In th*
Iron and steel schedule It would mean
beginning wfth the ore and following
It through all the lines of manafao**
ture. covering every line of product*)
haring due regard nt all time to th*
comparative post of manufacture her*
and abroad The so-called free list,
framed by the I*emocrata In th*,
house attempts nothing of this sort,
It Is simply a hodge podge and a h!<t *
for votes, which seems to me Is •*'
thin thst It will deceive no on*.
“Personally. I have been s Rcpub.,’
llcsn protectionist sll my Ilf*. I b*.
lleve the large majority of the Amer
ican people approve of th* principle
(Continued on Wlr.fh Ptgs)
tk* wasTtm
Western Feansylvanta and Ohio—ffb
«sy fair south. unsettled north portion*,
warmer; Saturday fair. warm**.
Wool Virginia—Fair Friday. Saturday
Terse Telegraphic Tips
NEW YORK —Father Cavanaugh,
prealdent of Notra Ttame Cnlreralty.
of Indiana, at tha dinner of the Notre
t«nme club of New York, tonight
made a plea that Andrew Carnegie
ahotild endow Catholic achoola and
milage* aa well aa undenominational
BOSTON- 1-eglslnMnn regulating
aeroplane* aa well aa cooperation
with other New England atatea In
acta of auch natnre. waa recommend
ed by tioremor FV>«e in a special
nteeaage to the legislature today
WAS»flNOTt»N—“Carnegie Nation
al Park • to comprise lands In Arlaona
to he set aalde aa a ptihllc park la
proposed In a kill Introduced today
hy Representative Hayea of Cali
A I.MAN Y—Tha resolution appror
Ing the election of Called States aera
tors by direct rote paaa*d tha senate
today by a rota of j» to 11
HiO JA.NMUO—Brasilian Non'.
police have nnaarthad a counterfeit
Inc **n» at Montevideo who ara al>
teged to hava placed more than fine,.
t>00 In apnrloua currency In Ihla city.
PPKIVU — Wholesale arreeta hava
been made in Peking and TlanTatn
of Chinese suspected of complicity in
a revolutionary plot. Tha prisoners
Include many prominent man
PA RIB- Tha altuatlon In Momre*
resulting from the rebellion against
button Mulat Itafld. haa lad to talk of
Trench Intervention hy rending an'
army to tha rate* of Pan
RllPIMK. Prance Pierre Ixiula, an,
aviation pupil, died today from In.
Juries received In a fall down n
height of about flftaan fact a favri
day» ago
I’MM .AT'KI.PI f r a—Thomaa VmL
Jr . HI year* old. eon of a wealthy
manufacturer tn Harm an town, mat In*
atant death tonight when he grmpeh 4
a urn wink 1

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