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FAIR SUNDAY AND MONDAY, EX
CEPT RAIN MONDAY IN f THE
NORTHWEST PORTION; MOD
ERATE SOUTH WINDS.
Pensacola Harbor Is the Deepest and
Best Port South of Newport News.
VOL. XIV. NO. -49.
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26," 1911.
PRICE, 5 CENTS.
CIVIL BILL
MARDI GRAS ON BIGGER
SCALE THAN EVER BEFORE
EXTRA SESSION
THE HOUSE
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New Record Made by Great
President Consults With the
Democratic Leaders of ,
Next House. .
WHERE TP GO AND WHAT
TO DO DURING MARDI GRAS
Everything Is In Readiness
To Welcome King Priscus ;
At Noon Monday.
Body in Makir Ap
v propriationS.
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NAMES DATE OF
SUNDRY
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IF THE SENATE FAILS TO PAS8
THE' ; CANADIAN RECIPROCITY
AGREEMENT TAFT WILt. CALL
CONGRE8S TO CONVENE IN EX
; TRA SE88ION ON APRIL 4-PRE-
FERRED AN EARLIER Dm i E, BUT
CLARK ASKED FOR TIME.
By Associated Pees
' Washington, Feb. 25.-Buch is the
probability that an extra session of
congress will be necessary to ret ac
tion f on . the Canadian reciprocity
measure that President Taft fixed April
4, next, as the date such session may
be called. The date was selected af
ter a consultation with Representative
Clark, the next speaker, and Represen
tative Underwood, , the next chairman
of the committee on ways and means,,
which will, nave - charge of the reci
procity bill In the house. .
Taft intended to call the extra ses
sion ' earlier, but Clark : and Under
wood told him they would lie to have
a month after adjournment to map out
Democratic plans for the next session.
: . The situation on , reciprocity today
in the senate was unchanged, and the
leaders see, no hope of bringing the
McCall bill to a vote . at this session.
A telegram from Aldrich, nj Jekyl
Island, Ga., asking that a pair be ar
ranged for him In favor of the McCall
bill If a vote came, created surprise,
as many standpatters believed Aldrlch
was opposed to the measure. - -
GEliEsrao
BROKE INTO JAIL WHILE SHER
IFF, WAS 'ABSENT AND TOOK
OLT NEGROES CHARGED WITH
.KILLING "CONDUCTOR. T'
; By Associated Press. '
Augusta, Ga., Feb 25. Robert Jones
and Jbhn Veasey, the negroes charged
with murder, ' were taken from the
Warrenton Jail at midnight yesterday
by a mob and lynched to a tree In the
-a outskirts of the town and their bodies
VVlddled with bullets.
. Jones was one " of the negroes who
attacked Conductor Thompson, of the
' - Georgia train at Camack yesterday.
-'r The mob broke Into the Jail while the
sheriff was searching for the other
assailant of Thompson.
.
IB AIRMAN
MAKES RECORD
LINCOLN BEACHY AROSE THIRTY
ONE TIMES IN A WEEK AND
8PENT EIGHTEEN HOURS IN
THE AIR. '
By Associated Press. -
Tampa, Feb. 2b. J-.ii-t.om Beachy, a
. new addition to professional airmen
ht America, broke all records In daily
flights, point of times in the air, and
number, of - rises scored In seven days.
Completing his nights of the week this
-afternoon he spent eighteen hours in
-".he dr. . He arose thirty-one times,
alighting safely eacn time.
. Tonight he made demonstration
V flights, being guided by searchlight,
and dropping non-explosive bombs On
Imaginary warships. He made seven
scores In ten attempts.
THE JOURNAL In haart of business district (St the new press.)
THE CITY Take RJst Hill, then .North Hill, then Belt Line car, or see
the city by automobile. -1 - ' - : '
BIRD8EYE VI EWFrtopdl American National Bank building; Blount -building,
or Sfc bcrloa Hotel. -
THE WATERFRONT See the great L. If -wharves, where cargoes
are being loaded Mr aU parts of the worU; said the fish wharves where
the greatest r4 snapper eaxenes in the world are discharged.
SAN CARLOS HOTEL-"-TsBaceta,s now half million dollar hostelry. It's
beauty. '"'? : , --A'-y ' ' - , .;
THE U. 8. NAVY VARD-tafca Ttay Shore oar lino. The trip is a fine
one and therttavy Tart will tnteeat yon.
THE FORTS Take Bay Shore oar Hne, after visiting Navy Tard, and see
old Fort San Carlo and. Fort Barranoaa. Tlieo. take boat either
. from Barranca 'or from dty nd Fort Pickens and McRee
guarding entrance to the harbor. A mile down from Fort Barrancas
is the House. It is wortb the trip.
SANTA ROS (LAND The pavOioa and th Ufa Saving Station will
. Interest yo&Sd a dip to Vbm sort will do you good. Take boat every ,
hour -from cfcr .wharf. ' I . - . -
THE Y. M. C A. Corner foJsJoK and . Belmont ' streets. "Visitors are
always welcome. ? '" -:
THgn.4JpH-AZAA.ln center -of own-town poainess section. This old
Spanish square has witnessed the change of five flags,,. Pensacola
; having been under the sovereignty of five nations at as .many dif
ferent times. - '
THE THEATRES-7-There are several and all have good, clean attrac
Hons. ' . .
THE BAYOUS Beautiful Bayou Texar with East Pensacola Heights
" on one side and Lakeview on the other is worth your time. Take '
East Hill car and, ask conductor for proper transfers.. Take Bay.
Shore. Line to see JBayou Chico and Bayou Grande.
AN AUTOMOBILE- TRl? Tou can see aU parts of the city to best ad
vantage. Te National Cemetery Drive is a beautiful one, and the
trip around Bayou Ttcsar 1 charming.
. XT . .
I'JOLIMI HEIO
UP J1N0 wm
POSTMISTRESS OF FULLER, KA8,
ENCOUNTERS TWO HICH WAY
MEN, WHO" RELIEVE HER Qff
Ho.ooa
NEGRO AS8AULTS WHITE
WOMAN, INJURES CHILD
f -
- ir Assoclsted Press.
' Spartanburg, Feb. 25. While
alone at her homo this afternoon, a
wealthy woman was assaulted by
Gary Gist, a negro.; Her year-old
i child was badly cut in the face
by the assailant, and her three -mohUiinnt
injured when it
cried.-1 ..J. .
The nagrbVSa arretsed and Jail-,
ed. Btemvit at first was high,
, but hi a mewwe has subsided.
' : , - j '
PittsburZV a,b.-t
Gus Joseph, postmistress at Fuller, a
foa.l eimn near here, was" held up by
two highwaymen last night and robbed
of 110,000, wtucn sne naa jusx re
ceived by express from Kansas .City. .
The monev was to have been used to
pay off employes of the Sheridan Oil
Company today, f I- '
MRS. SARAH KELLUM MILLER IN
CUSTODY IN WORCESTER, MAS
SACHUSETTS, ON THE CHARGE
OF LARCENY. .
Special to The Journal.
Worcester, Mass, "Feb- 25. Mrs.
Sarah Kellum Miller, 27 years of age,
of Pensacola, a nurse, was arrested y
Policemen Delaney and Procter today,
charred with trvlnsr to obtain a wom
an's suit valued at 150 at . a Boston
store and charge it to another. She Is
booked for larceny The police charge
she has been working stores of Wor
cester and vicinity by ordering goods
and charging them to well known peo
t1. .;.'
She told the police that she came
from a good Florida family, is a nurse
and has been trying to get a Hospital
position. During the last few: weexs
she has been living at 87 Pleasant
street, Worcester. She Is very prepos
sessing. -
Bill is Introduced Providing
Sunday Baseball in Alabama
. By Associated Press.
Montgomery, Ala, Feb. 25. A bill
permitting Sunday baseball In Alabama
has teen Introduced In the house of
representatives by Representative Bart
Chamberlain of Mobile. -
T have offered the bill,- said Mr.
Chahmberlaln, "because my people
want it. The objections to Sunday
baseball are good enough in theory, but
like all other theories, they fail in
practice.
"Owing to the law against Sunday
baseball, the young men have not the
opportunity of going out Into the open
air to witness such game and as a re
sult, in all cities, they go to far worse
places than baseball parks."
ill itiuii iiinu l ujii
HALE MAKE8 SEVERE ARRAIGN
MENT; IN THE ' SENATE, BUT
8EVERAL APPEAR TO DEFEND
THE SERVICE.
By Associated Press.
Washington, Fev. 25. Senator Hale
today severely arraigned the weather
bureau for its inefficiency, which was
offered while the agricultural appro
priation bill, carrying $17,000,000, was
before the senate. He declared the
prognostications of the bureau during
the present winter have been guesses.
Warren replied that nine out of ten
predictions of the bureau have beon
correct. Young said the farmers of th
Mississippi valley are In the habit of
relying on them. The bill was not die
posed of at adjournment.
ALL ARRESTED
CARRIES A TOTAL OF $140,000,000
AND WA8 PASSED PRACTICAL
LY WITHOUT COMMENT THE
HOUSE ALMOST UNANIMOUS
LY AGREES TO FORTFY PANA
MA CANAL AND APPROPRIATES
1300,000 TO START THE WORK.
' By Assoelated PrV
Washington, Feb. 25. Iiibassing the
sundry civil bill, carrying approxi
mately $140,000,000, tonight! the house
made a new record. Nevej before in
the memory of capltol attajhes has a
imlbu- hill hn nut thourh. in turn
days under the general rule, without
a "gag" of any sort. The fajt is taken
as evidence that the hous Is doing
everything possible tf avoid an extra
session and is anxious to gjt the ap
propriation bills to' the senatr In ample
time for consideration there. vOnlv tho
deficiency bill remains to be Wssed by
the house.' - 1 r s-
another new record,' the hoof passed
the. $67,000j000 total by ; wnlmous
consent. Of this it was agksd that
more than $21,000,000 be adoed and
not read by the clerk.. The tariama
appropriations, nearly $46,000,0, pass-
ea with no discussion anai nques
tloned. :
nal was considered as a sepafai pro
vision. Tonight the house yoteebver
whelmingly for the policy of ftlfy-
lng the canal, and appropnatea zoo,.
ooo for toe commencement, ox tne
work.
The total oost is estimated 'atl2,-
.. .'
000,000. . The .vote was .taken,
o'clock. - The action nraoticalty
ties the question . of - f ortlflcaO
sentiment in the senate is said
more than one to. two in favor o
tectlng the waterway.
To upw act ' ma1a a fnMaftil -a t
I, A k TV AAKsJ tiMU Or VQ Ul - - -
against the policy of fbrtlftcatior and I
ni i mi mu nn HmnnamfinL lull mi uuei
b used, for the. purp oae Until thefres-
. . Jim, .... . - ' . -- - 1
ident :na auenptea jv-vf
tt-eatles with maritime natlotta l
- '
teeing, neutrality and int
Xkeet IKi fttaapMMaiail 1111111 a-
fu.L' utd " the motion el ttrt -so
strike out all provision for ttrtifcation
was defeated. In the vote (tze'lepub
Ucans generally suppoTteoThe fortifi
cation' plan. A numner oiuemocracs
favored fortification after tMe canal
is completed, but though, the work
had progressed far enougiow to be
gin. Tawney said if the want the
nations of the world to pstroy the
canal the best way to brg It about
Is to fortify it and by doizthat make
the canal a legitimate objt of prey.
He said It would be bettrto rely on
said he was willing to kst to the
fidelity of the nations, Du?enevea in
putting guns there to s that they
Kept iann.
OFFICIAL PROGRAM FOR
PENSACOLA'S MARDI GRAS
" " " ' MONDAY.
KING PRISCT7S WILI, ARRIVE AT HIGH NOON ON THE ROT
JJt36FEN' AND HIS APPROACH TO THE CITY WILL BE
THE SIGNAL FOR BLOWING OF WHISTLES BT ALL BOATS IN
THE HARBOR AND FIRING OF A SALUTE BT THE CRUISER
XI-ftX-t-i,
. azlr cp?n awlvI tt Prto wm form at Palafox wharf
in the following order: ,
JJi2ON OF MOUNTKD POLICE, WITH SHERIFF AND HIS
BAND.
GRAND MARSHAL AND AIDES.
BAND.
TROOPS FROM FORT BARRANCAS.
UNITED STATES MARINES.
CITT OFFICIALS.
KING PRISCUS, HIS PAGES AND KNIGHTS.
BAND.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
VOLUNTiaSR VETERAN FIREMEN.
Parade VrtU proceed north on Palafox to Zarragossa, thence east on
ZUTagoasa to Jefferson, thence north on Jefferson to the city halL
where Mayor ReHly will turn the keys of the city over to King Prlscus,
and there the king win be greeted by the queen. Parade win then move
north on Jeff erson to Government, thence west on Government to Pala-,5f-
north 011 Palafox to Wright, thence south on the west side
or Falatox to the wharf, where King Prlscus will board his royal yacht
TUESDAY. -
Tuesday will be given over to masking and merry-making, in which
everyone will participate and in which the use of coarse mf ett? in
allowed. -
2 p. m. Automobile parade starts from Lee Square.
The cars composing Class "B" will form on the north and west side
of Lee Square. .;
r, The cars composing Class '"A" will' form on the east side of Lee
Square, tad the cars in Class "C" will form on West Jackson street
The order of parade will be east on Gadsden street to Ninth avenue,
south on Mnth avenue to Gregory street west on Gregory street to the
west side of Palafox street south on Palafox street to Government street
west on.Goverrunent street to DeVUliers. north on DeVllMers to Gregory
street -east on Gregory street to Barcelona street north on Barcelona
street to DeSoto street east on DeSoto street to Palafox street senrth on
Palafox street to Zaragossa street east on Zarragossa street to the city
hall, where the parade will break.
? P-marand 1 mystic pageant Starting from the carnival sheds the
parade win proceed east on .Garden to the east elde of Palafox. thence
north onthe east side of Palafox te Wright west on Wright to the west
side of Palafo-r. thence along the west side of Palafox to Government
east on Government to Jeffea-son. smth on Jefferson to Zarragossa. west
on Zarragossa to Palafox. north on PaUf ox tc Gregory, west on Gregory
to Barcelona, south on Barcelona to Chase, east on Chase to Spring
SPuth on Spring to Garden, thence west on Garden to the carnrml sheds!
whore the procession will disband. The fcteg will then proceed swifiy to
thu ff hw8tt Whre h0 wU1 reTeal kls "entity to his loyal subjects.
Who wlu .rather to witness this, one nt v.. i,.- . i .
- . , - - vwoiug iwiuiTB 01 tiie caxni-
val, which win go flown in hittory -Mbm - the greatest Mardl Gras, in
the history of the Deep WateeiDity, f, , A J
. ' -v-ow uuaevtMeijr acxer tne myBtie parade,
whenthe-ldentlty of King Prlscus wilu become known.
THE CRU1SEB DIXIE AND FOUR
TORPEDO BOATS WILL ARRIVE
IN PORT THIS AFTERNOON-.
MANY VISITORS ALREADY IN
THE CITY, WITH HUNDREDS TO
ARRIVE TODAY THE CITY IN
GALA ATTIRE.
WANT VOTI ON
LOIillRlASE
ABOARD
R
FEDERAL OFFICERS TAKE EVERY
: OFFICER OF THE9 HELLENIC
LINER ATHINAI IN CUSTODY
FOR SMUGGLING.
Price of Strictly Fresh Fish Drops
50 Per Cent in Chicago Market
I JChlcago. Feb. , 25. Wlth lent only
--v-4pr days away, a cut of more than 50
' per cent in me price ot Btrlctiy rrean
fish was announced here today by one
of the biggest houses In the business
This house announced to retailers th.it
the price of white fish, talibees (a
pedes of white fish) and pickerel had
been reduced from seven cents to three
cents a pound.
The mild winter and unprecedented
catches In the big lakes of- Canada is
said to be responsible for the drop. It
Is stated that the reduction was Imme
diately apparent in Increased sales to
day. - ;
By Associated Press.
New York, Feb. 25. Federal officers
swept aboard the trans-Atlantic liner
Athinal of the Hellenic line when she
made her pier this afternoon and ar
rested every man in authority from
the captain down. The general agent
was also arrested. The government
charges the company has been smug
gling in aliens for more than a year,
some disguised as crew members and
others hidden about the ship until
there was no danger of a search.
Nikolas A. Galanos, the agent was
released on $20,000 bond, Capt Gekas
Klouras on $10,000 bond, as were the
first officer, chief engineer and surgeon.
Three other officers were held on $10 -000
bail each and eighteen members of
the crew on $5,000 bond each. The
trial was set for March 1. The pen
alty for conspiracy is a $10,000 fine and
two years imprisonment either or both.
BAILEY THREATENS FILIBUS
TER OF HI8 OWN UESS THE
SENATE DECIDES Or; DAY TO
VOTE ON MATTER.
- ' By Associated P
Washington, Feb. 25.- anxious
r nonntnra Kunnortins. Imer for a
vote on the ease that t afternoon
Bailey threatened to meeay filibus
ter against a vote by ana filibuster
of his own against the Topriation
bills. He wanted , an agnent or a
day to -vote,1 saying thanless the
senate should agree he lid insist
upon a vote, even if evetppropria
tlon bill should fall, .statement
was made when Burrowsved to lay
the resolution aside.
Ttaflev was not Dleaset the snr
arnat.nn. TT said he wat SO. sure
but that an extraordlnasessioh of
congress would be a pu calamity.
evidently referring to uvovemoer
elections and tne pros, or tariff
legislation.
ONLY ONE AMERICAN
IN PRISOf MEXICO
BALLOON SIGHTED.
Arkansas City, Kas Feb. 25. Th
balloon Miss Sofia, carrying W. F.
Assman and J. M. O'Reilley of St
Louis, passed over this city going
northwest at 10:30 today. The bal
loonlsts started from San Antonio,
Texas, at 6:47 last night in an attempt
to capture the Lahm cup.
By Associated F
"CCaah.Ti sr. rn Fpb. 2ne lfwif.
American prisoner, EdwM. Blatt,
is in the cuartel at Jua according
to a report to the state ctment to
day. . : .
The Mexican governmias no in
tention of making mt of the
roving Americans - where crossed
the line.
- According to the Met embassy
here, these men, when iured, wm
be put in jail and will tied in the
ordinary courts and in dme.
i
REVOLUTION IN FGUAY.
Buenos Avres. Feb. 2dvicea re
ceived here today stattt another
revolutionary movemen
ParaguaJ
begun in
MOBILE COMMISSIONER
IS DISMISSED BY WIRE
By Associated Press.
Washington, Feb. 26. Frank S.
Hotchln, shipping commissioner of
.the department of commerce and
labor at Mobile, was today dis
missed from the service by wire,
on the order of Secretary Nagal,
who made a special lnvestiagtion
Into the charges of derelectlon of
duty.
SUSPENDS THE
RATE ADVANCES
BRIAi
WILL
QUIT
SERVIC
E
THE FRENCH PREMIER AND HIS
CABINET WILL RESIGN ON MON
DAY, AS BRIAND IS SICK O?
IT ALL.
By Associated Press.
Paris, -Feb. 25. Premier Briand and
the members of his cabinet will resign
Monday. This decision was reached
this afternoon at a conference In the
premier's office, when the nolitical situ
ation was discussed. A bare majority
01 sixteen were present
Briand declared he was sick of it alt
ALLEGED MURDERER SHOOTS
AND KILLS HI8 WIFE
By Associated Pree.
Somerset Kv- Feb. 25. Geo.
er, acquitted on the charsre of mur
der in connection with the killing- of
Green Lewis several years ago, was
again brought to Somerset by officers
today, havincr shot and killed hta wf
at their home In this county last night
opencer says the shooting was accidental.
Mrs. Scencer. before her mflrrlnnvv
was a Miss Bruce, of the well-known
family of that name.
IMPORTANT ORDERS ARE ISSU
ED BY THE INTERSTATE COM
MERCE COMMISSION IN . NUM
BER RATE CASES.
By Associated Press.
Washington. Feb. 25. Important or
ders were issued by the interstate
commerce commission today suspend
ing advances in rates which had been
filed with the commission.
The principal one was that suspend
ing the increases on lake coal rates
from West Virginia and Kentucky
points to points on the Great Lakps
from March 15 to September 15, 1911.
The roads affected by the order are
the Baltimore & Ohio, the Chesapeake
& Ohio, the Norfolk &. WMtm .
Hocking Valley, the Kanawha &
Michigan, and some of the allied Utiph
of these roads.
The commission ha lnattf.-.-i -.
Investigation of the proposed ad
vances on lake coal rates, but has
found It Impossible ' to concJiirin its
inquiry by March 15, to which date
tne rates originally were suspended.
With everything in readiness, with
immense crowds of visitors . already
here, and with the city in gala, attire.
Mardl Gras of 1911 promises to be tho
most successful and celebrated upon a
more extensive scale than ever before
In the history of the city. Every ocm-
mittee of the Carnival Association has
completed Its work, and now All urn
awaiting for high noon of Monday
when King Priscus will make his
twelfth triumphant entry into the city
and be greeted by all of his loyal sub-.
Jects. 4
The decorations, both of bunting atoX
flags and of electric lights, are upon a
far more extensive scale than ever be
fore ki-own, and when the thousands of
coiorea electric lights with which many
buildings are decorated, were turned on
last night they, presented a beautiful
scene. The decorating this year has
caused much comment, efid there la
hardly a place of business of any Im
portance in the city bat that carries
the colors.
WAR VESSEL8 COMING.
The navy will be better represented
this year than In many years. In ad
dition to the fine torpedo boat destroy-,
ers Paulding, Terrier, Roe and Dray-,
ton, which will crrive this afternoon,
the cruiser Dixie has hen on..-
here, and will arrive late In the after
noon.
Admiral Young of the naw vard a
night received a wireless messago
stating that the cruise Dixie had lett
Key West at 5 o'clock for Pensacola;
and would reach here at about 6 rfHrw-v
this evening. She will drop anchor In
the stream and Monday night her guns
will announce the arrival of King Prls-
t cus.
It has been arranfei to W
four torpedo boat ' destroyers to moor
alongside of B&vlen ntrat "wharf
taking berths on the east side. In or-,
der that the thousands of visitors may
have an opportunity of going aboard
them.
PARADE MONDAY NOON.
The parade Monday noon will be a.
magnificent pageant Mount, rvr.11.-e.
tmftTlfl 4V-vm . Vi ..--. jt t
. j a.vjr j a- ., marines
' and bluejackets, ft-omo. man .-.
j turned knights and several brass band
win oe m me line tnat will escort th
king through the principal streets oj
the city.
The automobile parade of Tuesday
afternoon Jfo promises to be s mag
nificent affair, as about aU of the auto
mobile owners of the city have deco-
rated their cars and will participate in
this annua! feature.
course the mystic pageant of
Tuesday night will be the grandest cf
any of the carnival events, and is
looked forward to with much interest.
It wUl be followed by the coronation at
the opera house. f
TRAVEL IS HEAVY. 2
Officials of the Louisville & Nash'
ville report traffic as being exception-
ally heavy this eeason. Every trairi
to enter the city yesterday carried a
number of extra coadh.a and there wns
hardly standing rooi. with even theso
extra accommodations.
A large number of extra coache
were sent out over the P. & A. and
Southern Alabama divisions and today
It is expected that thousands will come
to the city.
STEAMSHIP LAUNCHED.
Philadelphia, Feb. 25.--The steam
ship Suwanee, built for the Merchant
and Miners Transportation Company
was launched today. Miss Gladys Ho
gan, of Baltimore, christened the vesJ
seL The Suwanee will be put on the
line between Baltimore. Savannah and
jacKsonvme.
The Norris Coffee Resolution
Favorably Reported to House
TO RECONSTRUCT HALL OF
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Bv Associated Press.
Washix-Ston. Fehu 25. The hrnisn to
day appropriated $350,000 for the work
of reconstructing the hall of tha hmiw
which will reduce its size to practically
tnat of the senate. '
SAW DOROTHY ARNOLD.
Danville. Va. Feb. 25. Dnmthv Arn
old, the missing: New Tork heiress
whose whereabouts have been rennrto1
from many parts of the United States
and Europe, spent nearly a week in
tnis city and left Sunday last accord
ing to he police.
By Associated Press.
Washington, Feb. 26. The house
committee on judiciary today ordered
favorably reported the Norris resolu
tion instructing the attornev
send to the house any Information he
has regarding the alleged monopoly if
the coffee trade. The committee
amended the bill by omitting reference
to Brazil.
The resolution called for information'
in the attorney general's possession 1
to what investigation had been made
concerning acta of Brazil and Ameri-i
can citizens or corporations In the
matter of creating a monopoly la cov
fee and thus violating the laws against
conspiracy, trusts and restraint
trade. The committee felt that it WOUlff
be better not to mention Brazil speclfU
caiiy.
4
Texas Legislature Endorses Judson I
Harmon as Democratic Leader
By Associated Press.
Austin, Texas. Feb. 25. pi.i
from its former refusal to endnrw him
the house of representatives today
adopted a resolution in which Gov.
Judson Harmon of Ohio is reforr. in
presidential campaign. The resolutions
already adopted by the senate invites
Gov. Harmon to address the Texas
legislature.
A few days ago the house refused to
concur because of the
as the Democratic leader in the next
Harmon's leadership.

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