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CE-PRESIDENT Marshall's Inaugural Address tc Members of Senate. MUST GUARD NATION'S HONOR New Prtsidlng Officer of Upper House Says It Should See That Treaty Obligations Are Observed and Wrongs Rectified. Washington, Mardi 4 Following li tile iiiuutturul uddn-ss dillviriil by Vloi Pfosidwu Manhalli Btnitowi Tin proprieties ol tula oc oanlon probably rannlrn a tow words from OM who If gTatSfUl lo tbs Ann r lain poopll fur Uir honor hi ratoton tloin It 1 nt and tills Uuy OOasumniataA. No lOIHtnf hat", 1 irum, a kWMf upiiri'ciation of Hit' ni-cussltiis in the way of tact and courtesy now devolv ing upon Ba ihan I myself I oflrr no Wat us lo my dim barge ol duttM other than u personal pledK' that I will t-e.-k lo familiarize OfttU with IkMI und will endeavor always, lo ex crcise lhal lompliiisaiife und Km bear MM which are essential to him WAO ably preHldeH over ureal dabatM upon great public uestiims by ;reat men. Divergent views relative to thin body would be less tftVOTgnl if the American people would conn to rial lie thut on all Hides of real intensions much may truthfully bf said Such an atlltude of the public mind would eliminate the view that thix body U dlhtlnclh ely dellherativo and not thoroughly patriotic No Substitute for the Senate. Chnt'KCH of bud faith bused upon an attitude of mind or upon conduct should never be made until It Is clear ly established that the rt Milium ac tion Is the outcome of p rsonal inter est or Improper and dishonorable bus iness or social relations. Your action has not always met with universal approval, but up to this food hour no workable substitute for the exercise of the functions of tkll body has been proposed It !s tint needful for me here and now to accept t brief In your defense This body will continue to stand not bt cuuse of lis presiding officer, but be cuuse of the patriotism and lntelll genco of Its constituent members and their devotion to our system of gov ernment. Guards the People's Honor. With neither right nor desire, to In fringe upon the prerogatives of t ho president soon to bn. I beg the ex pression of the opinion that what over diverse views may be held rela tive, to the work of this body all per sons ure agreed that under the Con stitution the senate of the I'ntted Htates Is singularly the guardian of the peoplo's honor; that more and more, hs righteousness Is exulted among this people, the Idea Is becom ing more (Irmly fixed that It Is not TUl territory, groat wealth nor largo learning which mark the real status of America; that America Is to be measured by the golden mete wand of honor; and. as the Idea In her for mation was the Inherent right of men to role themselves, that now she can Ul afford to announce this doctrlno In her own land and renounce It for an Instrument of oppression In other lands. Unfortunately there Is no fixed standard of honor outside tho dic tionary. Tho gambler may hold It to consist In paying his gaming debts; the member of the smart set, In dl vorclng his neighbor's wife before tailing her unto himself; the senator, In eliminating personalities. Must Observe Treaties. Hut when we enter tho chancelleries of the world and submit to their Judgments not only our right to be hut our right to be respected, we can hope to bo measured In but one way; and wo must be able to show that the milen.n treaty obligations of this re public will bo kept with the same scrupulous honesty, both of spirit and letter, whether made with the hum blest people of this continent strug gling for self-government or with tho mightiest monarch of the old world. This high sense of honor constitutes the panoply of the American people Armies and battleships furnish no sub stitute for It These are valuable, but the people never Intended that author lty should use them as accessories to a burglar's kit. Duty to Rectify Wrong. If any one In the name of the American people, either In violation of treaty obligations or the manifest purpose of the Monroe doctrine, has taken aught while this body was de liberating. It Is your duty to ascertain nil the facts thereto. And if wrong or Injustice has been done, even to tho humblest republic, let this people be bravo enough and sufficiently honest to make reparation. The real great ness of this republic restB upon Its un sullied honor, and It Ib the duty of thl body to search down rumors of bad faith and dishonesty and to rectify wrong wherever wrong Is discovered. Here In this most sacred spot w here war has been made and peace de dared, here in the presence of the distinguished representatives of the governments of the civilized world, here within the hearing of the beauty, culture and ripened statecraft of his own land, may one humble American express the hope before he enters upon a four years' silence that all our fllplfiSSMV may spell peace with all I" oples Justice for all governments sod righteousness the world around SS SaSSJSSSSSSSSS Stajm I Ccngressional Knits J C i A inarMe bust of forniOT Speaker Cannon, presented by a itroup ul Ins friends in ihe house, with the ex-pi'-ssed hope that be placed In tie' House office huildiUK. was accepted in u resolution iuttoduced by Uep.tbliisn l.eude.- Mann. The senate posed the sundry civil carrying in ih Igbbofhood of $r.'u. 000,001 . an Itu n AM of ulntii.-t ",Uuu. (inn over the house bill. The treaty now before the senate, by Which the I'tilted States would ;ic i ii i i tlie exclttsiv iighi to ooMtruel u Cftl al lOrOM Nicaragua, has been lortnally npp roved by the Nlcaraguan national assembly, according to a re port Irom .Milliliter WsltSal a: Man ugun. Senator Sheppard of T'exus iniro- fllle lit OUI d a hill forbidding a change of or color ol paper money with Hie consent if congress. Plana been made In the treasury de partment to reduce the site of the bills within the next few weeks. a pension ol thorlaod by th Unit McArthur dlOT The mil si"" a uioiith wa au 1 senate for Mi Ar- .i civil war Union Kit' bad passed tlie hi. use. I'wo battleships were voted into the vai appropriation bill by the senate 11 aftet a short dltconaton of the provi sion adopted by tin house limiting the building program to one battle abb) The two battleabip amendment offered by the naval commit tag to the Mnate was adopted, U to If. The senate passed a resolution log on the secretary of the trus tor ail correspondence relating treasury order No. Ii. requiring total reel Ipti i i be deposited In call :ury to I us- IIU- Monnl banks The hotts" passed tlie joint resolu Hon to rofjutre tht president t. return a bill presci lliiug an eight hour law for dredgentefl on rivet and bnrboi Improvements. After four days ponied tit times by seldom w ittness'-d ol' debate, got scenes of disc tit Un- oapltoli ihr house passed the naval tipprotn 1ft. bill ll carries approximately 1138, 000.000 and KUthoriSM the construc tion of one bnttloohlp, six tot pi do boat doatroyow and tour avbmarinea. An amondmenl io provide i i leahlp Inatoad ol two, as r td by the i oraml'.tee. as ci r one hat oommi ud rued b) u vote of i ; i to ir.i; 'iTu pootofflcfl appropriation hill, carrying approiimatoi) iJM.ooo.ooo, an Increase ol nearly 11,000,000 over the house hill, was passed by lilt- asjfj, ate. A i oust 1 1 ut lona 1 umetidiueni w hich would give congress the tight to reg nl. i(e ihe hours of labor was proposed In a joint resolution in tin house it'p- resentutlve t'urley of Miissaclnn-et i:i Is author of the lesolutioti The senate will take tin action at this Maoion on the treuty recently ne gotiated with the republic of Nica ragua, by which the United States' would secure for the sum of 11,000.000 a parpottnal and exclusive right lo build an Inter oceanic canal through ihat country At a meeting ior the foreign relations committee f the sen ate 't was determined to recommend no action on the convention dutiug the present congress. Dotnocratic opposition to tba big ex peurt I Hires for public buildings em braced In tin public buildings uppru pi mi Ion hill developed In the senate soon alter the measure was tsJISC up for passage. Charges of favoritism of the post uiliee department toward 11 T, Cum mins, a contractor, a brother of Sen Btor Cummins of Iowa, that First As slslant PnStmagtlT General C, P. Ornndfleld entered Into un "ouira- geous irrangemenl with tummius and thai the depart meal's canceling machine committee was guilty of gross neglect, wen, made to the house Id a report of the committee on ex penditures In the po.iiofflce depart ment. ihe livers and harbors bill, appris prltlng 147,000,000 for the Improve manl of tba livers and harbors of the United Slates, was passed by the sen ale The bill w is uniendetl In throe Important particulars, senator Now- lunds' scheme tor the creation of a board of river regulation was accept ed by the senate and the Connecticut! river dam project was added as an amendment. The bonne money trust commit lee, lu executive session, took up with Counsel Samuel l uterniyer the de tails of Its report Mi Untermyer presented a long analysis of testimony wilh a number of recommendations ! or remedial legislation. Wilh these as a busis. the committee expeits to I complete a reporl to the house luler . this week. Itepreselitatlve llensley of Missouri, ore of the "small navy" Democrats of the house and a member of the DOS, I mitteo on naval affairs, succeeded in securing tlie adoption of an amend I manl to the naval appropriation hill j which nromlaoi to save fSuO.OOO an ) Dually, provided the senate agrees to I It Minority Leader Maun raa suftt- el-ntiy impressed with the desirabil ity of Ihe amendment to take the floor and urge Its adoption My a vote of -44 to 9a the house re passed over President's, veto the Webb bin. prohibiting shipments of Intoxicat ing liquors Into "dry" states The i; HiatO passed It over the veto the day before, ind the bill now bceomes a law. Senator 8mith of Michigan, chair man cf the senate special committee nppoliitcd to investlgaie alleged ac tivity of Americano In Inciting and aiding Mexican revolutionists siuce 121P, presented to the senate a huge volume of testimony tnken during the committees heating along tht Mexican border last fall. WESTERN CANADA'S PHENOMENAL DEVELOPMENT ITS PERMANENCY VERY LITTLE QUESTIONED. There have been looms in almost "very civilized country and they were looked upon as such, and In the course of time the bubble wits pricked and they hurst Hut in no country hns the development been as great nor aa rapid, whether In city or In eouutr", m in Western Canadu. There may sometimes bo found one who will pay "Can It last" Winnipeg, today, stands where Chicago stands as far as be ing the base of the gront commercial and agricultural country lying a thousand miles buck of It It hits . n advantage that Chicago did not have, for no country In the world's history has attracted to Its borders a larger number of settlers In 00 short a time, or has attracted so much wealth In period of ( iiual length, as have the Canadian prairies Never before has pioneering been accomplished under conditions so favorable ns those that exist In Western Canada today. The provinces of Manitoba. Sas katchewan, and Alberta have the largest urea of desirable lands on the North American Continent, und their Cultivation has Just begun Even with u two hundred million bushel wheat crop Icsb than eight per cent, of the land Is under the plough, four per cent being In wheat Less than five years ago the wheat crop was only seventy-one million bushels It Is a simple calculation to estimate that If four per cent of the available cultivable area produces something over two hundred million bushels, what will forty four per cent produce? And then look at the Immigration that Is coming Into the country In 1901 It was 48,140; 17.000 being from the 1'nited States In IMfi It was 18SV064, of which .77,000 were Americans, and In 1912 it was about 400.000, of which about 100,000 are Americans In the three years prior to 1912, there were IMilM persons who declared them oelveo for Canada, who brought Into Canada in cash, bank drafts, stock implements and effects over $3!0,000. 000. Why have they gone to Canada' The American farmer Ib a man of shrewd bininess Instincts, und when he finds that he can sell his own farm at from $ I On to $L''i0 per acre and move Into Canada and homeotead IM acres for himself and similarly for all his sons who are adult and of age. upon lands as rich and fori lie as those he had left, and producing. Indeed, sev eral bUBhels to the ucre In excess of anything he has over known. It will tako more than nn ordinary, effort to prevent him from making the change. Ba can also purchase good lands at from 112 to $25 per ucre And, then, too. there Is the Ameri can capital following tho capital of brawn, muscle and sinew, following It so as to keep In touch with the Indus trious farmer with which lie has had deullngo for yearo back. This capital and tho capital of farming experience Is no amnll matter In the building up of a country. Will W estern Canada's development continue? Why not? The total area of land reported as available, for cul tivation is estimated ns 218,000,000 acres; only fifteen per cent, of this Is under cultivation. Nothing Is said of the great mineral and forest wealth, of which but little has yet been touched Advertisement No Place to Indulge in Small Talk. The atnull sou of a devout Kansas City father was visiting bis grand parents Tho sun had Just come out after u long rainy season and the head of the family, In saying grace at the breakfast table, gave thanks for the bright morning and the beautiful sun shine. "Why, grandpa'" Interrupted the youngster, accustomed to a stereo typed form of worship and shocked at what he considered his grandfather s Irreverence. "You must pray doni talk to Uod about the weather." What's the Use? "It did Jack no good to marry his stenographer, for sho continued the habit of the office In their home " "How so?" "When he starts to dictate she takes him down." Nearest 8he Could Get. "So Hetty didn't mnrry a lord ufter all." "No, but she murrlcd a man who gets ns drunk as a lord.' -Hostoti Transcript. Ilr.rirrre'n 1'leanant Pellets regxilHli-iinil lnvti;. unite Ktomacb, liver and bowuls. Hugar-coated, Uuy granules, easy to take aa caudy. Adv. Eccentricities of Musicians. A scientist says that the bassoon player Is always cranky und the drum mar generally lacks humor. LEWIS1 Pingle Hinder 5c cigar: BO rich in Quality that moit smokers prefer them to luc cigar. Adv. Not at All Inspiring. Friend "How did your sermon go off? Was the congregation Inspiring?" Hector "No, she snored." (itisslps repeat eTfirythlng they hear und a lot they don't Straighten That Lame Back! Backache is one of Nature's warnings of kidney weakness. Kidney disease kills thousands every year. Safety is only certain if the early warnings are heeded while help is possible. 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PUTNAM lVlr , botkU krtabtar ud faatrr colon than any .n yTJSSi it SstoTart WrUa Politeness Ignored. A Virginia farmer was driving a re fractory cow down the road ono morn Ing Tho cow nnd tho driver rnmo to a crossroad. The man wanted the ; cow to go straight ahead, but tho cow , picked out the crossroad A negro was coming ulong the crossroad "Hald her off Maid her off!" yelled ! the driver. The negro Jumped nbout the road j and in nl his arms Tho cow pro ceeded calmly on her way "Hald her off! Hald her off, nig ger!" yelled the driver "Isn u tryln' ter!" replied the negro , "Speak to her! Speak to her and J she'll stop!" "Good mawnln , cow good mnw n In'!" said tho negro, politely. Spring Clipping of Horses. The modern practice among the lies posted and mor-t progressive horse owners and farmers is to clip sll horses in the spring. It is done on the theory thst in their natural state horses were not obliged to work, so could shed the winter cost in comfort over s period of several weeks. Since we oblige them to do hard work on warm spring days, the winter coat should be removed for the ssme reason thst w-e lay off our heavy winter garments. Clipped horses dry off rapidly, henco they do not take euld as easily nor are they as prone to be affected with other ailment a un dipped animals whose longer hair holds the perspiration for hours. Because clipped horses dry off rapidly they rest better, get more good from their food snd come out in the morning refreshed and fit for work. Since the advent of the ball bearing en closed gear clipping machine, the work of sakinu off the winter coat is essy. With the machine i horse can be clipped all over in half an hour, whereas with the old two band clipper it required several hours to do it. Dairymen oIko now clip the cows nil over two or three times a year. 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