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he Lower oast Gazette VOL VI POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 27 1914 NO36 -- * - - - - - - i-ia Ha i* lii*in** -* Hi- * a-*main -al l i Events in Louisiana m I RAISDELL FORCES I ISH? THE BILL PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO. PFON- D TINOT MEASURBE MEETING WITH OPPOSITION. Wsutu Newspaps Uatsa NewI seArle. W Baton Rouge.-. political row broke out in the House of Representatives BE followipg the adoption of an amend- l meat to the Yhbttnot sensational elec. as t bill that makes the successor of Or State Senator Joseph E of Reasdell elective in 1916.fr Supporters of Senator Ranedell tU Started the row and are ..thratening e to carry the fight to the of the is osedse when the Fontenot $i comes up or Ingporosment by to Iit htig cjl#mitt@e lng ie the anstseator elective * 1. I5 "Whet ith. Fontenot bill was taken m uip.1*.;th&i aIttee nP RaOt ttS n 'd and;]Iaoee 4'$r.1tatore J t W "offereds anmenameat provdi4h that a ter sueesssoir of thie Senator' whose tI terme ;pres first sihal be eleped at if the congressional' ttibip ýºýNgvem- tx her ,1t1, and erg sn years there after. . MrOidlumeN denllap ed, his " 4ghtp kt·ieudient'befl and ft adopt- t1 ed ithout debats an one sakilng al agsst t. " a S"ho *ateoao thb ime ldl*t 'as zi sloancd by Chairmsa Ps i tepre lithe b j.: $ a to ib4 t the "the a 4, ý ii u IIi~iS.l I y .f fir GOVERNOR HAS I OUTLINED PLANS . DETAILS OF EXECUTIVE'S LEGIS- PF LATIVE PROGRAM ARE MADE PUBLIC. Westera Newspaper Union News erveie. W e Baton Rouge.--Continued misrepre e sentation of the administration pro . grom by enemies of the governor and m attempts to lay at his door some forty be or fifty odd bills seeking to create new Q loffices or raise salaries, Induced the p 'friends of the administration to ask I the governor to once more make plain - exactly what his legislative program S Is. , That progi*m was specifically out at o lined in the executive message to the g leslature at the beginning of the. session. It has since been sulple a mented by three special messages it S.ealing with special subjects. To those * t wib fPOW the record there can, be no le ,t wtltake. At the request of those e frieads" tihe governor specifically out- hi t lined the bills to which his adminis - tration stands pedged. ý. They follow: -, a The program Qi auessnment and to t- taxation reformt ref iabpted by sever g -al bills pendingin lthe heuse. The As soclation ef Commerbeelb1 for equall- ci a sttoln of assessmentslIn cities and In d- towns, while not n' adminstratiston d Sbit, Is tavoreds and ia art etthe ad- jr s piaastration sohedie. i. ie' bill to oifer on -the Railroad sa I CmeiTassion pewed over publle utlties. th o The workmea's com pensation act, 5 which passed both houses. tU SThe recall, passed two yekrs ago ti * ati defeatatd at the polls; passed t4is Stbim by the senate and pending in a atuttnal amendmint to admit p r) ;h:bA, be toma 8T brtedbI i # iep t6it Cminittee` pl SM by thelegislature in 19121abe Iti is. not wedded to the . taof the bis, but i pledged to fo $eI t!t :of som:e legislation aloiig pI e2 minor reforms in the election it #af provisior for the State riabcleI #d dn6 cational Institltions ' Sp to the endy of their C • aet*the iit oS the flaclal r ;ftroduced by ; ' ., tti et a 0 WOULD ABOLISH THE LEISLATURE PROPOSED ACT TO PROVIDE FOR A STATE COMMISSION OF EIGHT FOR LOUISIANA. Wetea 1lewspaper Union News seryiee. Baton Rouge.-What is In practicl effect commi$slon form of govern ment for the'state of Lolisiana wil be proposed in a bill of which Senator George ,Wesley Smith of Richland parish id the author. The bill pro vides for the abolition of the General Assembly and the qubstltution of a council of state of ;eight members, one th from each oongresaional district. Son- In ator Smith some days ago prepared h a preliminary bill, which he circulated ! among members of the legislature and asked for criticisms. Some of the sug- BI gestions will be embodied in his bill. It is said -the measure will have the isupport of a number of legislative leaders. 3 The plan of Senator Smith is a bold bid for solution along lines strongly advanced by great leaders of progree alve though in this country, but as yet, untrtletd any state. The scheme th Abolish the General Assembly. pa Confer all of its power on a, coua eil of state, ihdch shall have as many I members as there are congreselonal i districts,' one member to be elected 1 from each congressional district. Members of the council to i'eelve I salaries of $6,000 a year atid to devote I. their entire time to the office. , Te coundil to remain in session the year aroud; in no case to adfiurn s for a 8 perlod than 30 dayLs. s The euten t Goverizor to receive o S a $ Iai $,00 per.ms to devote his e9tltie tnha to the office; to be t prtihlzzgOflr Qf the council sand to Ir batCVtin "to i o a tie. to Sretai the power eiiresndui i tb be giarantted to the po ca e pie by the Constitluton in self-opera.I e tive clauses e Definite perceuqsges have not been e o fixed, but it is probable that recall g petitions will be, required to contain a 25 p~j cent of tihe r'tered vote; Iin. p a itiatlve petitions, 2a per cent, and the refereidum 165 per cent (1 e The t s .of office would be the s same as t prdent, tour years. The p sr alaries of the eight members and the SLeuttenant Goveroapr'wold be $46,000. Li A session of the legislature now costs about$4O,000. - _ ,eiioltr-. blt calculates that the pla n.proposedbl him; Would` cost very tld i more 1n thd'at of actual outlay a of n ould-give the state ýý .t m *. 4*9Jd s 'pon sov- L ea nt, ew o i constantly S- .he ttter r "said, spea sortof the *' '.frjit -·-·· ~ ~ *1 tin !- .:·. "-ted :~I2 CAPTAIN KENDALL . . C. 01 At as to ba * th Captain Kendall ae commander of cr the Canadian Paci liner Empress of pe Ireland, which IsaI in the St. Law- pD rence after coliil iolth a collier. He St was saved. he BIG'GAS BAG WRECKED Ti Balloonist Turns. , in Bad Shape. O' Last Two Men, , ught Lost, Ar- to rive at Ran e s' Camp il Li Portland, Ore.--' Donaldson and Wilbur Henderson,J !ot and aide of of the balloon Sprine d,. are safe. The p1 men, for whom ra rs. and searching parties have been . b the woods hi for, days,. stasgere into the forest j. rangers' camp at W tier's Prairie. ci With the safe al of those'two al men, all the aeron wta who, with the in forq balloons, took't i n the long w distanc raice' heer as week, have i bei~ unted fora The balloonists enqqnteed Stormy, ther and two la lightning in e1 the ncluding, hy hO it ond. Dola ofSt. Louis, , inc!atrl, t lot pt.aoe w He, telr. sto a , h'ed =acen the. dtw The.rouss in 'orced to ade ceud oratio a ptrook `aeabmoun-. ta aloist eIghl on ai A dire hirect cooked food. Donaldson said the hal looai was wrecked. p Homer Willinas and A. Mitchel, for- t est upards, s taioned at Walker's Prailo I irie, were astonished then the two o aeronauts stgred tip one of 'the paths leading from a ndarby creek and. n tell ehatisted at the cabin door. Their o clothing was I n shreds. h 'PROSECUTE BANK OFFICIALS Lorimer anýMunday Will Be Charged With Loting La Salle Street a Bank-Lans" . to Employes. lPik 'Lo. and his beakerpeli- p , C. B. Munda7, will be p~'o~ooute :cF11y for looting the Lale ieAale ie t & kvlidig5 bahk qt~lo asI the ciroat court b I nvesti Bl a rin. $deen Mtstl'Wit·ipthO L le eStt e ion E· .coinaoasto ht~ en- ' B' t~ii~2 ~r AnI~o Jams 3 ~ r~~ woth1~ ,OOO;.' STOCKHOLDERS ARE JOINT OEFENOANTS CHICAGO PETITION ASKING RE CEIVER FOR LORIMER BANK SAYS OFFICERS LIABLE. OFFICERS WERE NEGLIGENT Attorney.General Bases His Request Upon Report of the State Exam iner Regarding Cause of Clos ing Institutions. Chicago.-Naming all stockholders as party defendants, asking the court to enforce their stock liability, adding that the officers and directors of the j bank were culpably negligent and W therefore were liable to depositors and of creditors for all losses sustained, the , of petition filed here asking for the aP w. pointment of a receiver for the LaSalle H) Is Street bank, was scheduled to be heard in court here. Cc 'wo petitions for a receiver were filed. The first, filed by Desidor L. TarJan, as receiver for a syndicate having deposits in the bank, Judge )e. O'Connor, in superior court, refused to consider. The second petition was filed by Attorney-e neral Patrick J. b Lucey. nd The petition was based on the report th of of the .state examiner, showing a de- ab he pleted condition of the bank's assets. th ng Based on the report of D. V. Har ds kin, the bank examiner, who closed the ac Bt LaSalle street bank, the petition re, be cites that the institution was "wholly Wo and irretrievably insolvent," and that he immediate appointment of a receiver m ng was necessary to conserve the remain- to fve ing assets. Its Particular attention was directed to Wo loans made to various Lorlmer-Munday I enterprises which the examiner found io ng were largely financed by the LaSalle ii, street bank, and to which, accorrdig e $ to the petitio'n, large lo.an improperly li secured were made. Si Lethbridge, AlbertaA ml ex plosion entombed 250 miners employed or in mine No. 20 of the Hillcrest. Co. Is ri* liertes, Ltd. Of ftifty minersa rescued wo only four were living. the Despite the efforts of twoscore e nad mine experts laboring amid the pose sir oned gases and debris, hope of rescu Ing alive the 200 men yet in the mine was ,,remote. The effects of the disaster were: Men in mine when ,explosion oc curred, 600, of whom 850 escaped. ed Number rescued, 60,' of -whom 4 HI died later. Miners still entombed, 200, mrobel. bly. killed by .fire, whidhfollowed the oL expoloion;'. - At dak * rinpOfwom Mtood at the met of the tni, ~ ,,wh had.: ihe by the "I, 'ttl hopet tal i the ckleter~ help that Iis sti rom the innaer: .Wokg;s:h m t bthte Later, rhW ' ay of the wmi spir ~exiut, ng the lagTs. ina I c of t , btu e w out, to, a 'of- b, IR eoby hepi*i ch wil bett $t aznoainttm o bd idna asa the fit. boa ' 1r hdsorail jI. rostr Sfor b the b s lt b t5. _ _ _ _ _ 7a ~~ ;'7 11*. jl·, 4'cl BARONESS MONCHEUR De Plu cook Libb; Barones Monoheur, dnug..-r of e Qen. Powell Clayton of Arkansas and d Washington and wife of the Belgian minister to Turkey, is making her atn nual visit to her parents. HAS $500,000,000 ON HAND s, SLos Comptroller of Currency says That litto Amount Is Ready for Farmers Un is der Federal Reserve Act. geol Washington. - Comptroller of the pho Currency Williams estimates that on, about $500,000,000 in national banks whL rthroughout the United States is avail iv Ao able for farm mortgage loans under her sd the provision of the federal reserve dreg act, making it possible for national and 1 banking associations to lend money on Ma; improved farm lands. rah Scores of inquiries -concerning this but i provision reach the treasury depart' to c meant daily, and there does not seem con n to be a general understanding that reco the farm loan clause of the act is now Sar in force, and makes it possible for nar palr tfonal banks to make farm loans..be to t fore the formal organisation of thep insi federal reserve board. The estimate of Comptroller Wil. llama is based on reports showing the a capital stock and surplus of natio4 sad banks to be $1,777,000,000, T'wen'ty era N five p cent this asnohat, or 4 the gra farm loans up to "3814 per cent kin of their time deposits. Banks with ma ýl large deposits will be able to far ex- net ceed the sum they could lend on farms and under the 25 per cent clause, and the yes estimate 'of Mr. Williams is believed to be conservative. Bib Farm loans under this t are not t6 nim ne be made for longer thaý five years, Sic and the amount of each loan is not to exceed 60 per cent of the actual N value of the farm offered as security. av doe i ROOSEVELT WILL RUN AGAIN t Says He Will Not Be Canididaterfor Governor or Se(atoWrl- i Not *go Sat " e.d'ldtraoked., ab til SouthamPton.--Even sooner thin be Ls was antfitPrtp d CoL Roosevelt~boifled Uht ovier and In an' lnterviey just befoie st ofir ,or Ai erica aboard thl Im- sh of prator, announced some of the most imprtant thhins he wil'and will not 4oe ldon a his arival in New York. Ins. Briefy s marie,: here are his l u' istntoiion and his reaons tietefor. a Hewi ll not: * flan for he governorship of New by Yo4becapse he has not time to be on sldt ira In Albany again. 4cc p izomintlon for the United In States senatorship, because the sut $geston is palpably preposterous, io Maith any speechmaking campaigns raldPy party or individual, himself in olul .becapo e his physician ~wU not i t h progressive pa i ~ q~tloii for thebri peiency, be thk'couutry is I ni th ~state and he teela dfm m othe men of the a nh i atnw hmltat site i S 86,000 Mising. s Plttbvrgh.-It became known that iwap detptives are uerhing for $85, S00 which mysteribaouply disappeared be from a deposit box in the *elonial Trust comlpany o this ~'city. iof Asqiith Has Capitulated; all, Lodon.--Premier Asquitbh. has ca setal tia d to thie suffragettes. He has the consented to receive a deputation of iast End working women In Downing Sptreaet - . ' Miss ylvla Panklarat's attempt to carry out her threat of a hunger strike at the entrance to the housd of com. ome ons until the premier yielded to the i demand that he listen to a delegation hiot women was lair'ly responsible for St prime mitister s decision. & ;ptotect "Dry" States. 6e-;Constitutional .amend: ~~e to protect "dry" states m ~dPSe bY Senator Dillingham |jrr a% of prohibiting the SsaleI e o:i;4~.''eriYy prohibit the .0! I$auor. kabo I .j-"[ have killed 4 @ut here; a ae taker so s~~~.~ LLent~tosi4poleeati ~t'tb Cl~e·:pjf6`'~~ I ' Pork and Beans Delicious- Nutritious Plump and nut-like in flavor, thoroughly cooked with choice pork. Prepared the Libby way, nothing can be more appe tizing and satisfying, nor of greater food value. Put up with or without tomato sauce. An excellent dish served either hot or cold. 4 Insist on Libby6 Libby, McNeill p, & Libby, K Chicago ' il~ I~~~IC:~ Child Acts Surgeon's Role. Sarah Shaffer, thirteen years old, of Los Angeles, Cal., developed into a little heroine when her five-year-old sister fell on the adewalk while at play and shattered her elbow. Dr. Edward G. Wiley, chief police sur geon, explained patiently over the tele phone how the splint should be put on, and Sarah made such a good job of it as to win the admiration of all who saw the tiny patient when she ar rived at the receiving hospital with h er little amateur nwrie. The chil I dren's father is at the county hospital I and their mother went to visit him. n Mayble fell and broke her arm. Sae rah called up the receiving hospital, s but owing to the distance wss advised Sto call one df the district doctor. Sha .. i could raise none, aP again calJed the :.f t receiving hospital. Doctor Wiley tdtid r SarIh what todo to relieve the i by's . pain, while the ambulance trace out to the Shafer home, and Sarah obeyed 3M instruoipns to the letter. * Too Late, t On an Atlantic City plir, gaisr(. ` I sadly oit over the biue witfe, a vet .'. eran of the 0ivil war talked about t-the late General Siclesli.... .: -'1 "4 kbbd? 3W,." bo 'abr t kinad to wtte, but g a fi marted, something vitiated *l . c- ness-I think it was theatr caltba- s and the poor younk woman died- two e years after he took her ;back. d "Once, at an army reunion, I heard 81ckles rebuke a man who was ran o ning doyn wives and marriags s, Sickles paid with a .queer smile, a at ang smile, perhaps: t sý , Jim, the trouble with the. ý. average married man is that : he doesn't know what a jewel bhslwife Is till he comes to put her inma casket"' Lackh'd l Self-Asseetlon. j ir Abner, Appledry-Jay Green ainb't got no more pride and independence : about him than a rabbit! Ashton Mired-Say he ain't? Abner Appledry-Nah! Whenever he takesi aide on the oara he never Sitamps up and down the aisles nor e stands. out 0o4 the back. D$f orm, to a.- show everybody that he kniows hi1 Bt rights, but just sits still n his seat like he was in churclif-PuCk. " e its Kind.' "Have you any systematil way about Sthis puzasle business?" "No; it's all pguess work." The trouble with many a fellow who . Slnssts ;Upon tellingu tunny storles is that he can't. An iron will shouldn't necessarily I le a pig iron one. Didn't Know SA good cook? Certainly, but she couldn't have cooked S the mndian Gorn, oledandd S t9asted it to a crisp brown, wafer thi flakes, as we do in preparing i Post to Toasties S They are delicious with ,a cream or milk, or sprinkled ur over fresh fruit or berries. Prom the first cooking of thee corn tntil the sealed, air. d: tight packages' of delicately a toasted Bflakes are delivered m to you, Post Toasties are 1e never touched by human ýe Grandmother would have id , hoed I, E. - .l~ Pot bTom} i E". ,Y` ce i.