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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
Titmrxn rrnHN.
vol,, an. no. on.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1911.
EVTOttNQ HKRAMl
VOI. I. NO 170
labor i
RIN
ENGLAND IS
SERIOUS
TODAY
Railroad Traffic Completely
Demoralized and About
200.000 Employes Have Quit
Work in Response to Order
COFFINS ARE CARRIED
IN AUTOS WHERE NEEDED
London and Other Cities
Threatened by Famine Un
less Some Way is Found Foi
Transporting: Supplies.
(II) i:rlilnc llrmtil A. V. I.rnaril Wlr?)
I .mid. in. ug l" The tight in -1
t . . fit the railroad compHtm-" mill Hi"
-inking employee In "it In dead i'.ii
in t tnda Thounnndn hae
th- ntrlhe order and othet tltnuannite t
mxf iintlnuNl t mnek Thf otn-
,'Hnitn r? iinmilm ihxlr ,.rin. lil
I ulli. unAfV MICMllfiMl hfMlM
Tlx- m'rimni H1 th' hotml
trmlf urr i-ontlnultMi ilnlr ffrtM t"-
iiirl iMii'. but Ik old alrMillm'k
i.-ii ih- union nl thi- hhhihiu'i -nipnt'a
l H Mkrtil Hwlt T'l-'
uiiiir Imrt h prolnnvl mr..iiiiK
Mill iiihImh nl the iM.nfil it l rati
t.ut Ha fur ii citulil M Ipiiinr.l ih-
i.Hlr.Mtll itmplllM) rtclnil l burin'
n. m th'll til i.f makltlR mi rrlh r
i.n.rHiKlniHi bynH ubmltil Hi"
.iiftuitr to iht n.l communion una-
. Hiwi h tlir Bjovocnmoiii.
The rMf "HIM .if HhcUimI r'
,.rmMi ''Rial 't'h1 iuiton, work--Ihmh.
Mkuml pnii. lumtntH hiiO
Hi1i n Ai KHfTHltd by MlMlloiV,
iwvo Imh nrMl into rlM
ltrk
to .Hit Ik mtM-MtiMt- in tnwMuf tH
inittMi. Ipl ih I of th
MiMii' fibi trfft. m ilorin.rnl
ipO tli UnrtM" ( KuppiiPM
iiiri'.i"n a Minlwr m nmi MHm.
1'litirc IMm Hm rlvllHV ti MlrmiHH
Imin ivi'pny. fnTIMiM nih) ui ItaiMttr,
Waii'M Tin- vrrnnii'til lw Iho in
' iiniiiul Hni ax mm iriiii' ttini imrlln
mMit iliil ii'U iiclJiMirn as hoil Itorn
i viii i .-il tiMMty. Inn Mill i iiniinuc pr
t .a i -il in Bilapt ii H I'Hii-rg.'tK .1 IikImIh
Hum the HMHK'lM It In nrt'MMry.
Tin iinhiM iMirttH-i I till nllfmniiii i-x-nr.mii'11
ihimHvii Mutlaflcil with th.
imiiihc t.i tlte Pirik- uriiiT 'I'ln
' lulmml 00, MA mt'H lml iiui .iinl
thr nivrnmiiiii pii.i.'l (m --
'HnmlMlnt wkm iilli'nii t
amiiilttN nf Dip railway nh u-
Ittrlnit tlif fiirnnni. hut Ihi nu n iinl
nut "haHNu m" lur tbHt im-itiun
i hoi th.. HiiHiHrM mum !. I .1 1 r it-.
vtli tlu'iH. Ih the filalKtut ili-UK'.'
I'lln OrftMt VWmt!tl tmllwii)' uml llm
find I'ftitisl mllvmy fipponil in
itu.Nl M..rlonlr nfffrtiMl. TVii' nrfl' lnl
i.f I he fflWHT llHf rnMil1y ontlfi'iti'il
Dull iHiiMilty In "ffnril 1 1 1 - ui.ii.it
s
TronpM VCVI In . ulHliil of Iin il
IllllllllM MtHlliill ill I'NliiilHHtnli. hlli
tit. tMillif hnrt tniiinn gnnrilMl th-' nIr
tuii Ihixi ii nil htttnmnllvi' mi ork
I In- flroRt Vtrn Iism four piitirlpul
tint I I'd (nverlHfr In Mr0l wa tho
i.intr f i-fMti Dovfr ii ml I.oimIoii tn
rmi'il KHI coniiwilns ik ncoan
i.HriM wlHi IMirtnn. Mniuh Wal-. ihi
Mi IMinla ami th wm nf RmbInhiI.
nnly m (ruin mm Ih nvr ihn
irHit ivntral rftilwa ihi mnrnliw.
I'll- utiiBi Mhm wrr HWltlMi lnir
trulim in mix) owt nf lh rtion mhi)
ilii.df runHliHi to ilif Mtutli fkhu wor-
iiiiik riurn li)(t am) NimuMl
Hull- cxriit-atftM tilna. ,Mh rtm
mii i i..'iI.kI uurlnK i hi- Hlglu In rlnr
nt: lln-lr Hmmi of iTtwhabl fn Uht
i. ki-.'plMg tin )r rrflaht traltiH tnn
nliiH Mt ptUMrnaer pit
Tin- i-oildlUlinn IH the prut I II 'i'"
ii,. HiuiifWlwit more aHu than In
mil hImiiiI l.oiiiloti. ICail) in llir l.ty
on! iiimr from Ml. intna-hiini that
wt KtiMlumi ' i''n.piti ' lit off
Thi-ri- w0 Miiwi dlwiritf m liiiiiiinM
liam A I )lHHtlMr bualnriui mi hi a
-UmlntlH, aa lb. Mtrantrm r. mill
nit tmla). Wlltlf al I.Uirp.ml 1 1 1
. hinm WN Dmplflf. Willi Ih- i-i'i
linn iiftl 1W ftiMiMg trolns. .til of
i hli'h wfi-p mt; fBn Haln mni . ui
liM i-pttAi waa mltiiUI u.i mii-il
riirnt9lsiin ViMtt, ulii'ii th
mm- ill UMllg, iTflW Hiia tilmnMi u
i' iti i inirat' flf trtifrti Mi. iiuiiik
tf nH tn )f(M til in uah n Kiah
mi. i lit.
i (till (Ih plat'i1HfMl worn m-fl
inn opurta fin In. Mln- ihri'Ht m
nil a mineral utrtki' nr trnniMti-i-H
HuniiRhiiiii thf cuiitr- hi UinnR-tii
hkflv not to b inifiirciil. aa thr nmu
i iar aatiXliyl lth tin- Hitl-iinni
i. r..u. pittl!!.
The f tit of a atrli-n nf miriin m -.itimil
by h AtnuliKiniiitiil AipIiO
r Itiiiiwu)' Hvrvntitit wua hohl IiIm
mIIi union mill rtja ulilrt'ind by Am
-iHiiini Mfloinmri' Thnnm Ui Ulainail
i hi' unvctnmant foi th utrixo anil
stniiicijr nprfll in all railroad nuin
in Jnin Hi uruiU tight fur niani'lpn
Hon Til HjtKluu)' rtlPiiMloil th
ll'illllK Mllklil, Uf Willi. Illlin .1 ll'
Mi.'inzi'Hl Hrllliniltlll In Hit' ii.nnlM nf
llli ir i li'-iii)
'I'lii". .ifir-l linnli Ih. r-' Irii. '-li i"
ill nil r-- i t tin- tiii i i'.hI v.in ii, . ,iti
nf twig-ohM I i iiiiim tonl ill
.-"I, i!c I tin- clnalhg (In WI of a null'-
i" i mi , nllli-Hea, til l nddlng thou
h.iiuN In llw riinkn nf iill' nil'
S..IIH .ir pmvltii.il lallwn.v
Hill- lime been wi tediifed t ltd t
drhii me lining aa firemen iinil
u. lid.-, while Inapcctnra lire ilt I vliiK
(lll'liUllllil It) t1lnll HlflHIICfK I'MM-
k'l were r iieccnaio removed from
Mir trtllna mill iHhetl ! Illi'll deatlhll-
lic.n in iiiitiitiiiiliili'n
STIMKIIIIN AND I'OI.ICK
in ii vi to ii .vn imoiit
Illiiiilngliiini. ICnglnnd, Ahr. 18. ,
Xliflili liuiiil in hnml righting" batwneii
the pollr- nml atrlkeia occHtrod horn
tlilH fnif-niMiti during m tempt in i
twk the wliiil!' meat ninthi'la.
which mi' iiriicllcHllN empt.
uvilitpooi, i,iik is
ItAIII.V IIISOItCANIlll)
Liverpool. Ail. l 'tin. ittodtHNll
gallon of the lif.. nr u. flty wn
more complete today but a anili'it
ItllPKcf 1 1 Of. linn fr the moment tnhOM
i.ie place of tuihnlemv that ettrttar l
the week threatened civil war.
Proteried by guarria, the prlHflpnl
cleeti-i.- power atatlone where the em
pioyea Iihv atruck managed in knap
up atcniii, lolunteetn renin the Imai- ;
no cMmwr taking tnrha in utaHlng
thi- engine. The kortaae of power,
However, neceaaHnted clnMHg many
worka and thua iinimented the nam
ier tf Ml,, mm and added to the
moral rilatreaa.
The aufTernia nt th.. rmnrcr claaaea
in wii.-iitrnii n ntiiin- niut
il '. unlit is , n nrli-
STARVED HERSELF:
RELATIVES GET
IRE MOKE!
When Mrs. Eliza Christianson
Died Additional Property
Worth $25,000 Was Found
Together With Brothers.
,, b I i.tc Hfriilil A. I. I.rniiril W'lr-)
Unuiif. Wv. Viik 1- Winn Sin
Kllaw I'hrmlliiHBiin ilinl m tlun i-ity
April t. Nhr 111 n will ritnpiMlbR of
Hbniu JH,. but proportx viilu'-il
N( lU!90 jiiur Hn Ml utiatvMMl
t it? i Hf fktf AiUtM Hrt )ui
Ufwwarf four ttMtftil nf ih rt4l
wrnnaM. nwmiMi lftgir. In I'orti-
miutb. ohi.. m no utshwond trip..' aniH"
htm ti'iilH"!! thi'Wi of th inonay wait
tn hi. Tii KMato.inrt ..i Mr.
f'NrlMlnnana illoil m-fure hin wlfn nml
ift r iaiivMi In flTHMny. unit ih -v
it-., bclna lookfii up by thi- ficrr-in
c(n)iiI at atlr, Wnahlntnn
Jli. hrtoilatMHtn waa o nrMt i
mir that ah minriHl from imm nt
ilhi' ni'd-KHitlfM ti iivulil h:t-in tn
npi hil hi r nniin llt-r Ji'wi-I" v i'
vv.iiili ii.virnl Ii.iiiniiIi il.illiirn
UEUTENftNT GRANT
HAS A BIG JOB
- , . )
'
Relative of Famous General is,
in Oharg-e of Rifle Team of
Wyoming- National Guard
Sent to Camp Perry.
tllr llvrntiiK llernlil . V. I.eakoil Wlrrl
uiramle. wo. Aug I. I.leuten
nnt Mn miner ilr.int "t I'lnnpuny K.,
Wyoming Xntinniil iluanla, h neur
relative of Colonel eVader'h I),
(limit. roininHiidiiia the depai tttn nt
of Hie enat, iinernnr'a Inlnnd, X'ew
York, tuu been plneed in I'harg of
Ike attrMhiu.ter of the third reaj
ml. WyoinUia Nailotml Una id. lo
he nent to the ilfle pru. ti.-e lit I'lmp
P-rr iihln The wtuiiReat eompanv
eiminaml'i- e. i i l u . t in nuch n po
nitiiui 111 ii,, iniuih 'ruiiamitlnnn nf
lh h Ml
UNION PACIFIC IS
PREPARING FOR STRIKE
Wnil. Insr 111111". lii'iliiit'il noil simii
ir i'Iiki'iI hi Clu)i iinn lCiir Sin
uiilii). tile Hwiilliu llernlil A, l, Lriinoil Wlrrl
"heyennf. Wy.. An. I.- The
I'nlou IWtnY Kallroad eompany tn
iIh laaued nrdera .loelng down tin
ahopa at thia plni-e all day every Hat
unlay Rid hI uiakln the other ve
day of th" wMk night hour day,
Mhereaa ihiy mtv,. hitherto been nine
hour day a. 'PHI (Nvw th. mn Hut
fnrtv hnnra wmk a wek T'ie eur
liillmelit la thnuihl In hi one of tha
mnvemetiiM peiidlua the threnten.'il
Milk, heri
INVESTIGATION OF
STEPHENSON TO START
Hpi'ilill (-iilninllKv Will Until I'lrM
SlHIiiK In MIlMiiul.t'e Oi'tnhi'i' 2 to
llillf lhli'llii'.
Illv Kvnnlnir llernhl A 1. I.nnnrit Vlrt
Waalilnton. Sum Ik - The apaelnl
aeiutle iniiiiiilHei- uppolnleil to Invea
llVale the elei tloll of Xenutnr Stephen-
nun r WlHi'Otinln ileelileil Imlny n he
Rill lll'itrltlKK III Milw; lllki n Oetnlier
Sinntnr lleihnrn nf Idniin. li.ili -
mint nf Hie i . in m 1 1 "-.nil n ri i-nri
lull lit 'i. r "' anon ofli r I'n r Kil'.ll'
-i.- nml mi f I -i in lii" i nihir
STATEHOOD
Dneccn dv
huulu ui
i
Despite Gloomy Outlook Early
This Morning, Upper Branch
Puts Through Flood-Smith
Resolution Easily.
PROMPT ACTION
IN HOUSE EXPECTED
It Is Believed That Nothing"
Will Now Stop Immediate
Admission of Both Tcrntor-
ies to Union of States.
By Associated Press.
Washing-ton, Aug-. 18. Tha
senate late this afternoon pass
ed the Flood-Smith statehood
resolution which provides for
the admission of New Mexico
and Arizona to the union. Ari
zona is required to eliminate
the reoall and New Mexico to
vote on the amendment clause
in her constitution.
It is believed that the house
will pass the resolution with
out delay and it. is known that
the resolution is approved by
the president and will be sign
ed promptly.
It is believed now, despite
the pessimistic outlook early
today, that statehood is assur
ed at this session.
Illy Hvrulnir lltriil.l A. P. I.maril IVIrrl
WaHAHiKliiii, Auk In. i-nplt,. mi-
JartlonH h Si iiHU.i llailpy of Txxna.
III.- nali' iniln took up thf Ailannn
N'"' Maii'ii xt.itfhimil rAnolutlon.
Thn (itii-i liniii of opinion In Unit '-
Innhn iliirk fnr Hlidi-hnnil nt thin w-
M'll
II la coni-xilixl thai Mnlor Hnlli-y
nml a ft-w ilot.rnilnM ilemacriila
"iilil pri'Vi'nt notion In tho m-iintr. In
Hi( houa th ilmociai an- illvldml.
j'nmi. n ih-ni mram 10 vote on. thn
Otinnlioii of paaalnit th- original' hill
i.M-r th- irHiliit vem. vhil othnra
I lii'l thai nucli 11 nriuiHiM mJi...IjI w..
ahntirtoneil In favor of n vote on thn
rionil-smllb ivNoluiion. .Mujorlly
''"'' t'niierwooii in ineiinm Hn to
permit ih r'. nrnnn nf ;i lilvlaiAn hut
"hniiM th. ai nnli- pnaa the IMoflil
Hinlih i-naulutlon tlmt, it la pnaailtle
that the hnuae tlii-n wimlil vol on
the aenttte meaaurr leitvlng the atate
hood vote on the np. iiker'a tabl.
Senator Hade. ii. iwri il h- hoiiW
ea. i'iihoi'. .ru. the tm-aa belnn the
not Htlhuater Naina the reaolutlon
sTAtt in) ).m 'KITS
LOOK IIAIM.V TOO.W
Mnft 'iirr)"MMiilriH'r
'llli' Ilriiliu lliriilil
... , Itimiii It- I'lim llhlir.
W'aahltHfMon. Auk t Mr Mtnllh
bruaa)t tii (he ni.u. ii t . ut i..ii.
IMM- rallMl here lit. KI.mi.I -tmltn nn
oltlllon for pHanH. Ui,m . i u-i iim.n
and a Ihely ilebat.' una .h ,n . hi'miii
lhINlor Ha Hey openly ui,i.. tilt'
nmSf nt th.- reaoliiliini h i iton.' he
dei'larvd he waa in favor of irvina to
paaa th- nrlalnal riood reniiutinn
over the prealdenl'n vein. Mmiu - n-aioi-a
alanine their Ini-niintm i.f
nwamn. Bourne, Brlatiiw. o. n ,r
oihefa iiiv HUHilina an tipput-tutiits t..
tnlfc. It in I hi iMManbtf in lull l-ntf
Ht ih-hat.' will luat ind wli.-ih. i r
flol It nlll reault In MlhUnd I h. f.n i
It la i'nni'luild
Th" .-nue la threatane! with tii-ibuati-r
alan on tlte port ( nme in
nurxent membra who nr xnr ''il in
th HHy liiev were treated by the dm
m-rnla yi ali i day whan Ike alaml ii
repiiblii nna walKati ont mh left them
tn linht the naelf.
T'.ie ultiMllmi today dnea nnt look
an brthl ami thia I Mierlalli true.
If an rftremit ahfiulil hv made tn
extend the lealatatK,. 4ay of Hnlnr
ilav Intn iiiin.iHy and then adjourn
NISK VOI.l'ANll ITIVK.
TnurUts Willi mviiiIi'(I iiiiiiIi.Viiiiiii
Nul l nil l INi'iiic, Ih-iitli.
Tokh. .lapnii. An. 1S.--AaaHih-VaMia.
the voliano on the laluiul of
Hondo, la in erupiinn. A InrRe parly
of forflHtlera who were atoppln at
KhjuIwwu Mhlii, h popular reamt
near h, aaeetnlixl the mountain ami
nnrroAl eaeapeil the rMinati front tho
craler. To or three of the party
were Injnn i) h fatltllar nlnllen Xe -
1 erul Jupnllrn. Nllldeliln lire llllnMlIK
nml It la t.iii.tl thev were In Hie v I
mill hi ii tti.
The il. inn h i
'IH IIII M
ernnili'ii urred
tii i n .! Ht three
SENATE
DAY
ENGLAND'S INDUSTRIAL WAR
UNION PRINTERS'
MUST F0RE6DTHE
FESTIVE CHOP
International Condemns Prac
tice of Eating' at Chinese
Restaurants and Patroniz
ing Time Honored Laundries
NO HOT EDITORIALS
IN COMPOSING ROOMS
(lly 111 mini: llernlil A. I. I.en.r.l Wire)
Hun Ktiiiiiini'ii. A up. h The In
tertlatlnliHl T "Kt.iihl nl unlnlt III
convention lu-r iniaaed a teanliiliiill
ttvdiiy exiireaaln na I he neon.- of the
eoiiveniion thnt all memhera nt tho
union ahould n tune to pntrunlao ('111
ueae liiunilrti'v. roNtumwitii and other
eatnhllahnieiiin. t.oenl iiHtaM are Hit
tliorlaeil to nnaena ft Ma for vlnlatlttHa
A proprfMAI h UelvgHte I.. Ii. Max
well of Tnpeka to tniifr tt.M
from the old ' pattaiflH fund, whleh
Ir now 1 1 mi, oon, ami m It ror the
erection of if unman t mlmlHlati'a
tlon huiltliiiR m India M poll, waa re
ferred in Hie iiiitloual exeeutlve c-nun-rll,
tn be ted nt tM next ffeneral
elai'tlon.
A i-eanfuti in waa paiariafi urin leu
lalation reiitiiihiic the nwinttiHnee nf
mi intra!' iiiniierautire or to 4e
We. n KahienheK In M mmoaln
InoltlN l.'U'Kl .llll from I'l'iiv hleliee.
It I nnklli. '.I Hie 9l I t mil iiilioll
Vk.lx .elitl Ii .. Hi td thai Ihi- ole
"II iihilriti.n i I nlei'i .rk lll he
I'eil. In i ti.ilit v
THIRTY HURT IN A
Truoks of Second Coach Went
Oil' Track and Train Piled
Up in Ditch; No One Killed
Outright, However.
(Il ItienliiK llernlil A.
l.rnnril Wlrel
t'ollimliiMi. i
Au. l.s.Thlrt iei-
unn M.-te mint. -il, aoiui .irn..u
tnla. whin Mir Knur trnlu Xo. It.
nHe of ihe iaeli-t traltta In 'he am
lle. Wlia lilteheil Near the Ohhi -tttili'
hnaptlHl for Hu tnaaJia.
The niuat aevara4y lnjiiid are:
Mm. C K. Itoiith, Dayton . hack
hurl, Mlaa Mlnnh- Srtarp, liayioti,
haad cut; ilra, Onllift Wea, Uayton.
jaw hraMn: Albert Ufodaii. Oinlii
iinil. ch.-f on dtnei tmk Injured. J.
X. Noe. Poluinltua, eiiKinaei'; Mlanlay
Olckeraon. ( '(iluiiiOu, nl'elliiill
An Hi. train rounded a iiirw m
ilniinl Vleu Hvenue eroanliiR. th,. frmtt
triliKH.il III, si i mill lltj . nil. h i 1 1 in it -
d .1 Hll li in'iiit mill lh . in n .1- ih-
I Ull-'ll III, nl In I ui 11 1 lull iH 'II,; III
o the dU' h
OW
BIG FOUR WRECK
MODEL HUSBAND Is
CAUSE OF WIFE'S
BELIEF
Mrs MoCulloug'h, Well Known
Author, Dead From Over
Dose of Sleeping- Powders;
She Left Check for Maid.
HE WON FIRST PRIZE
IN A NOVEL CONTEST
Illy litrnlaa llernlil . V. I.ennril Wire)
I'hh'iiK.i. Aur. Ik Mm , th
!til Mi i 'iilliiiiRh, authnr. wan found
dimil ut h.-r home luat niwht, unit re
porta In llie M4lie ImUcaied thm
death una cauaml In an overdoni nt
aleepina imwdera taken with aui -niul
Intent.
M ra. McuUua)h'a body waa fi inl
by .Mlaa Ate Uanaan. kr maid, to
whom he laft a note and a chM k for
ll.o0 lln. MoCullouch waa 17 !
year nld a a! wmm burn in tiajaafo. ,
That daath waa intention waa la-.
titrated by the foiloiUn note whic4t
Ihe writer left on her mataV Avatatat"
iJear Annie, i um luavlaal you n
ckeck far tl.ftAA foi our true ami
faithful aervlee durln four yearn li
my huabend had beta a food mid
kind to me und aa ennalderate an inn
I would not be win where I um m
(lal i KBH. M Ai '
Kneloaad l te note wnn n i Ii" I.
for 1 1 ,ho.
Annie (.araen had none out huh
found the note In in r nin when aln
letnriieil nt l.3t i m. Mhe ru-ln .1
into Mra. HvCMliouRhn room .mi
t. iind her da.
Th' rnfaaanee to her haabaml m
Hie ii ill wai a am print In the frn li'l
i t Mi- Mifiii' iURh Pai-adhle Mat.
un thi home - Knnwn, ion batfl Itewn
.1 fin m ite ai'i'i' itn plut-e for a aelet i
ml' nl tt ttei a ai'ttaJntani ri
."In unte n in itniitue el) trt Mi'-
iin'iiis Am hi. ' teae una a "made '
hiiihiiml I'tti..,. whlell took place
l in ' .ir Mi M. i 'mIIuukIi received
: i ! in I.
BIG WOOL SALE IS
Two Hundred and Fifty Thou
sand Pounds Sold Yesterday
by Willard Mercantile Com
pany. .
(Snri'lnl 'IVIi'itrnui In llli-iilnu llrrnlil)
Willard. X M. Aur l - The tfll
laid Men untile minpniiv yaatar!
aold over fin nun pnundn nf wool to
eaateru htii, t In n1, helnv one
nl Ht l.ir.-int -niul. -il.n muile hiii
III -I'l I.ll l. tl- 'I'll. U.11.I Hill h.
-Ill p I 1 1 li' I '- ' I "Il . ' I. I h. UK K. . I I . i
ui M' ' 1 n I 1
SUIGIOE IS
IDE IN WILLARO
OUSE FAILED
10 PASS WOOL
Motion Was Lont bv Vote of (
27 to 124). Two-thirds Bo-
intf Neoessary to Override
Presidential Message.
REPUBLICAN WHIP
FORECAST THE RESULT
Dwig-ht Made Canvas of Mem-'
bcrs and at 3 O'olook Hu
Said Motion Would Fail;:
Clark Took Floor Himself.
(Ily lltenliii: llrrnlil ,. V. I.rnneil Wire)
WimhlnRlon Ana Ii V mi. tu. 11 (
inixn the wiihI hill In thi limine over
Hit- prealdelll n veto lout, ii'. In 12!.
.1 tAn llnrdn oe tieln re.piiied
Th- wmi tariff revlalnn hill ve
nted h PreeMent Taft waa tailed up
in th houae early oda Oentoeratle
Leader t'nderwood mvd that the
himne. nn reeonalderalion, pasn the
hill over the prealdeat'n '.elo The
himne URieeil on a three hour' de
li, iif n Mr 1'nderaofMl'a motion.
Hi nreaentatlNe Jamea of Kenturk.
1 1. innerat led off In adviiem- of run-Kii-na
earrxlna tin- hill ovei the veto
The aiipiHirt nf the tnaurReM Hi
I'lihlleana IH the houae in the neino
ruth' plan to overrtfte the .eto waa
' i.Ti-nhiidniveil hy a aMeeeh of Itepre
.'iitiillve Lenront of Wlm-nualn. pro
uii nalve llepuhMean nml n eloa frteml
nt ptermtor tAfnllette. .Mr. I.mirniit
ui hi the veto waa hnaed on Isnoran .
mt infonnatlon
At t o'clock UeBUhilee.il Whip
lw(at Hwclare! he hnd eauvnaaixl the
' una IU., the IHmuim.!. ....i.i
"
wit Hart af tba iwa-iliittic vai iph-
Inlereet in the ilehnte Inn-aine nmri
llltena' w h.-n n'i- niipt art thill Spetik.
.' I'l.llk U.Mlhl lilke tin 'l.". t.i low.
III
Ira
lit
THIS BILL
Poindexter Presents
T,. cn.,ni f., p.,,..,.......i
In Senate for Governmental
Control of Water Front in
Controller Bay.
(Ily lltrlilmr llernlil A. I i.runril Wlrel
WaahliiRtiiii ua I. denatar
PolndeM. i .if WuHhliitftou Iritrmlui-ed
a bill tOllll- i XlelllllllR ROM'rnment
cnajiml "i'i tht. htirbor frontage nn
Controller Hn in .Uaakn. over ma
Berln eii'ii tielda and over the rail-
roadn .i.ni
i n.ll I'.. '.K
Ml '
w . i .. I
i . i
l i hi i tinea- tn thnaa
i i. r tni. I the tmrpoae
n in il.np.n n. I to pro-
i . Hi. ul ill ii iiimIw
It Is Doubtful If He Will Be
Able to Make Flights Today
Ti-.i. rr- a mi. IT..
iJUU xi. u Jiiwiuuiiuua Xllitl 119
Will Try It Anyhow.
(11 Iti enluu llrrnlil A. I. I.rn.ti Wire)
1 "h-i i-hinil " v 1 1 1 t 1 1 a ni
iini.i.. 1 h. 1
'I llitrii S
lllilke h'
i iiimlileruble dmiht
llmi'iil Would la- able
In tlllled ll.'t llllt- High!
'Him tip" - Hi tn Kre, Pa, today. '
in t mm .1 ittlity-mllr wind nit
'ihiivttig I nli th" wind llbllli n 1
n ill inn 11 tn fly today." aahl V i
"ui T.i 1 ghlhlt hu arm 1 Red for
;n itmi'iiln cauld not he nlnrteil ut
I In- httluleil hour
1 1 1 1 1-1 1 after nnoti, lnwer,
.'. ml hegan to die down and AtM""t
( Mini that If Iher wan im ehngi in
1 nndliiona, he would atari for Hie
I I'l-mm. I Hill cily .lie nn .' p. III.
IIOPPUHS KVVAIIK TOWN,
lad Band wea, Kan. An. I
llnrdaa of graaaho aera iinnded to It
city today. Tkey aat an the etreeia
aa thick aa laavaa nt autamii antl
cavared tit walla of man-, atora
biiiidlnga. The 1 urr large enough is
do 11 vital 11 mount duluage in a
sin, 1 1 linn 1 1 hi 1 1 ui . - w. Hiiie liu
nnt .'. 11 nil h 1 vi-Hullull nil' th
-1 1 . 1I1 - . In 1 1 h.,; ,ii 1 1- tlentl ii .1
Hi I - 1 mi 11 . v. r ' 1 linn; . ill .1 lh
BILL oe
VETO
MONOPOLY
ALASKA
U E
ATW000 RUNS INTO
SEVERE WINDS
GONGRESS
IHYADJOUl
ON SUNDAY
Members of Both Housos Try.
ing- to Fix Date for Ending1
Special Session; Work is
Almost Completed.
MIDDLE OF NEXT
WEEK AT LATEST
Mr. Underwood Says Cotton
Bill Will be Passed Before
Close But He Declares End
of Sicg-c is in Sight.
(Ily llvruliia Herald A. i. I,nnl Wire)
Wflahlhgion. Aim. IS.--A Joint i
fan l thr two hntiHOH of eoimri'HH
wna InamrHrHtwl KHlny to hrlng nhon
a llnal ndjtiitriiinniu nr ctinnriWR nt Ii
o'clock Sntiirilny hIkIii TJio siikkcm
tlon waa made to lnillvhlnaul iMJiifitnn
h Sottator PeiniHij iind Hi Ilia l,i
aianee Snimtor Martin, ehalrmuti m
ln IhMnoerHilr chhcii, confnrreu
with DetnofriiHt' l.onder lliitlarwood
of the hxnMn In thn hope of hrliiKltiK
thu houae to iioiiept that ditto.
Piilliiwliia tin Mtirtln-I'tnlpi wood
ronieriuii'ii .Mr J"tiilorwnoil ininntiitceil
mm no iixreii.tiniit lunl lieon reuclicil
na to iiiljniirnniuiil.
Hoimior UiKollniti iind Uepresunfn'
tl I'nilerwnoi! hud a brief couft
ence HmIh ruxtudlilK nilJoniniiH'Jit
.Mr. I'lidorwiioil tnld tho Insurgent
lunili'i' liu did not think It iiohhIIiIo tor
ciiimrifrt to IIiiIhIi lt Inborn boforo
Moiitliiy or Ttiumliit
riio iirnnroHHlvn llopiililk'iin neurit
. tltolt huitlo iilllnntv with tho
n..n
mniyciiie annuel en uy
()n!liittii vlctprv of Uio
U.. M.l.. t. , 1...
ycHterdti'i'ti
Doinocirtth
Mnrmfiw nie Moiitieii
e TioiiiiPjii mutiMivurlnx of
the reKithir HnpiililloitiiH, nilnilt ted to
(Ihi tlmt no 'imre roKulnr luglhlntion
la iHMrtlhle nl tlllH Hi'Matoil Of OOIIRTWB
mid annie nf iIiimh even cotitatidcd
whk ilouiiirnl wboihor It would lie voh
Hliile to cloao the work nlttmily hi'Kiin
The bonne vole on tho vetoed wool
Mil mid the net Inn of that body on Mm
cotton bill practically will wind tip I't
hunlnean The Arl.nna-Now Mexico
ntntchooil niuHRtire t not nvioctcil to
1 tukc much time in elthoi Iioiihi.'. nor ih
the action on the It no Hat hill, when
It l omna hack from till) irnlitotit i x
pect.'d to iirolonn thn mmn!oii.
Mam iieinbera nf ibo limiae and
I annate are preparing to letivo Wpali
! Iinf.oii Siindny
AdJHiriinietii iv the inblille nf next
waok at the latent aftnr lli imgftnur
1
JVlCasUlCiof (he wool bill, with nmniiilinuiitH in
1 olnMJIuat the Iron ami muni ai'lii'diilc.
WIW ,h(. prwnP0ll f itonrManmiho
1
III
fore adjournment.'' Mr. winlnrwnoil
declared Aa lav nn tho Iron nnl
at oel aPieiirtiiiont Ib rmiaarniNl. tb
iwiliudalu paaiud by tba Hnute in no'
vrv far rrom Onj 1011011(110 aa pmpat
ad hv tile way a mill iHtwna eoinmlii c
Wueitittr we will auitapl thai HChcduli
1 MHI1IH nay The wava and nii-an .
oiihiiMOi wiH meal tada.i to dlncn
ihe art tuition "
Th. proceeding- n the aenat v -
terdnt left muni aore aaota pl.iln''
hleiii uiiinn not only th tnaurit
em 1 1 p 1 1 til 1 n na but the damocraln -v.n
- 1 rule tke raaater repu'.
mi- v .i, impraHly Raap-
1 11 . it th' 1 had aacomplinh.'.i
ti iiiifiiiiudla their eneiir
'i inn 1 nnp-the laaurfante- hi '
1 n Hailed ta have done
hi . ' "lard haaaln adioarnnn
' inti 1 hey eatiaMar a prodtlen - -
- 'ii Thi proareaatve reptlblie.in I
mi ll to vary Utile hoae or .
1 iu in wnrktna louoh attain with Hi
1. mm rata their lew be In that t
it., not know what the (IriniHtNl "ii
1 - Mnnv of the democrat whu ill
imi like "tht chitnge of horaea while
ernaaln the atr.'nm" contend il thn
:n onuin not unie none oin.r
than 1 nle tor Ih
t-mierllc meamli
a h.-n pi n 111 fd
lllmilnnhiii nf .1 pnnalhl
tlllhiiKl r .. .- I'leaprend
Inatirii. 1
THE FREE LIST BILL
GETS AXE TOO
President Returns Third Mes
sage to House Vetoing Meas
ure; Sent From White
House This Afternoon.
(Ily MttnluK Herald A. P. Leaned Wire)
Waahingtmi, Aug. I. President
Taft'a third veto matang of the apei
la I ataaiun iMaappfovliiK ih.. Pnrmerv'
lre - Uai bill, waa aent in the houar
ihin . 1 tern. ..ni The bill reached til'
w il'e liium, nln.rth after tun o'.... Ic
I. m. i nml th. pi enlili'iit mini illni. Ij
I" work 'II tin nii'MnnHc I'n'
111 - -.11 v 1 - - h .

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