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VOL. 1-NO. 8. ^reeklj, Established 1860; Daily, Ja* 18, 1ML ANDERSON, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21. 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM*
Tillman Wrote a "Confidential"
Letter to a Friend, Making Ac
cusations Against Bleasc, and
Th? Latter Demands Inves
(By the Associated Press.)
Coli?nibia, S. C., Jon. 20.-Investi
gation of the State Hospital for the
Insane was ordered today by the
South Carolina General Assembly,
following tho receipt cf u sensational
message from Gov. Blease enclosing
a copy of a personal lotter which
tho governor said was written by
United States Senator B. It. Tillman
and malled under a government
frank. Th? order directing the in
vestigation -was cu'vjodied in a con
current resolution.
Gov. Blease said in his message
that Senator Tillman, In his letter,
referred to an alleged attempt to
oust Dr. J. W. Babcock, superinten
dent of the hospital, by "Gov.
Bleaae'a underlings and satellites."
A bill authorizing tho salo or ' thc
hospital is now pending in the house.
The val?e of the property Involved
(?B said to exceed $1,000,000.
"AU the-, facts will be brought out
If an Investigation ia ordered, as I
hope will bo. An effort will benridc
to Bmlrch Dr. Babcock and his lady
assistant, Pr, Saunders, as thesonien
Washington. Jan.^ 20.-Senator
Tillman tonight declined t?1 diacuas
Gov. Bleaso's message to, the South.
Carolina legislature, other than to
aay that he. had - written such a let
ter as tho governor had transmitted
to the legislature.
"Yo*, I wrote the letter." lie said,
"fi -lands X??-.Hae'f'aad esp?ate* tt*|
Belf. That's all I h ive to say."
The Tillman Letter
Waa "Confidential';
Columbia, Jan. 20.-Tje Tillman
lotter which waa written by thc sen
ator io a person in official life, and
which fell into, the hands of the gov
ernor and was "marked "personal
and confidential" wau as follows:
"I learned while in South Carolina
on my recent trip home for the
Christmas holidays "that there would
probably be an. effort made to oust
Dr. Babcock from the 'hot-pital,'io?,
thc insane. Governor. Blease's un
derlings and sapilites want to manr
Ipulate the saTi ot that property and
the building ot th; nov/ institution'
out at State Far*. I know none of
tho details of the matter. AU ot the,
facts will be brought out if an in
vestigation is ordered. As I hope
will jbe. An effort will be made to.
smirch Dr. Babcock and his laay-as
sistant, D>. Saunders, as theso men
must have some excuse you know
and are not at all scrupulous."
"I am writing this letter to you to
beg that you will bend all your ener
gies, and lend all your Influence fo
help Dr. Babcock in this crisis. I
have known Dr, Babcock intlnietely
for the past 15 years. He is un
doubtedly on? of the best examples
of gentlemanly .conduct, high char
acter, unlmpeoch?tole Integrity. trutHr
fulness and honor. I have evor. met,
and has few equals and no superior
in the 8tate. It" would t?a a ?hamo
to let such u man be driven out .of
the State's servio?* by those men
who' are trying iq..Ap lt."
Bleate'ft Comments
On Tillman Letter
Columbia, Jan. 20.-Governor
Blease in bis massage denies that
be has been trying to bust Dr. Bab
cock and states that thc resignation
of Dr. Babcock has bee? in bia hands
?nee last September, he tefustaK to
areept lt.
He quotes * resolution of the
board of regents exonerating Dr.
?Taundftrs from sU blame nod ??notes
a statement made by Dr. Babcock'to
the effeet that he snd Gov. Bloaso
bad wnrked In harmony. Tic refers
to his messages vetoing tbeuiu pro
viding . for the sale of the a^yluuj
property lost session and thinks this
answers th< charge of the .senator,
and aaya that lt proves he has doue
M?rfi? Building cfthe Institution
Wblc^h i'i to bo Investigated.
his part to IKI'P the property from
'being ?old.
/Calling to the attention of thc leg
islature the fact that the letter was |
written by Senator Tillman and
marked "personal" and franked, the I
governor says in part:' "i call the I
letter to yonr attention and 1 state |
the facts to. you hore, merely tor the
purpose of showing to you that I
have done my nari to keep til is j
piopcrty from-being sold and that
the gentlemen whom this man haa |
seen flt to term is my. "uuderltnga
and satellites" are nut doing what j
thoy are charged in the. letter with
no action
poao this "personal"
theer r.t?~".~.c7? .> .'troiu^buto, au ^L- ?
taca against them without their ever
knowing..of it and not'this muchly
marked "personal" come into my po
.session; in o-der that they may havo
the- right to come before you and
demand a full and free investigation,
in order that they muy show to the
world that this "personal" attack is j
uncalled for a?id ???w.irran?e?.'' j
The board of regon?s is composed i
ct Dr. Julius H. Taylor of Columbia;
.lap.. A. Summerset! ot? Columbia;
J. 1). nivens of Dorchester; Dr. W.
L Fcttloraeyer of Gaffney and Dr. T.
It. Corothera of Rock Hill
The asylum, commission, composed
o? Dr.' J. W. Babcock of Columbia.
Dr. Robert Wiieon cf Charleston, J.
j M. Payne, of Anderson, E. H. Aull
of Newberry and O. li. Johnson of
Spartanburg. met. In ! the governor's
cfCte tils reaming and thc message
was read to thom. The letter wan
a dated'"Washington, D. C., Jun. t?fi
? Thc asylum regents manage the in
i stitut'.ou. The commissioners are
charged with putting np new build
ings. .
Dr. Saunders, who.ls-referred to is
a daughter of Representative O. L.
Saunders of York county and 1ms
been connected with the asylum for
I some years.
The State Asylum
Columbia, Jan. 20.-When the house
meets today ,*t noon lt will resume
the consideration of the bill pro
viding for ^he sale of tho present
State Hospital for the Insane in Co
lumbia'and tho transfer of the hos
pital to SUte park, the 2,500 aero
tract .owned by the State of South
Carolina seven miles north of Co
lumbia on the Seaboard and Southe.n
railroads. The bill provides for
placing the ?ale cr the prop
erty in tho hands . of' a com
m.slon of- three . who are not.
to dlFpose or lt for lesa than ?1000
,000. The proceeds of the sale of the
present hospital arc to be uaed under
the provision of thc bill, for build
ing a now asylum at 6tate Park.
This measure has strong backing
tn troth tho hruse and senate where
n similar bill was passed last year,
vptoed by Gov. Rlcase and failed to
pass-by'two votes over the veto In
the house.
Dr. J. W, Babcock, superintendent
! of the State hospital, told tho Rich
I land delegation - at a recent meeting
that he .wa* opposed personally to
the aalevi the present asylum, but
lie heartily urges, the development
of Stato Park. Dr. Babcock's idea
ls that the present asvluin should be
rvtnVAVtmt (nin.. n+yi*nnmth{f\ H.1?Tiitn
for til* treatment of acute casca of
insanity' while Stain pj?rk ahould be
developed ou the colony plan for . the
treatmeut bl the chronic caces of in
anity. I
Special Correspondence:
Columbia, Jan. 20.-The Bless? Till
man muns was glv a a new turn Tues
day, as a result of a message from the
governor containing what purports to
be a letter from Tillman, written to
one of tlie Senator's friends, whom thc
Governor doi'S not name.. It is prac
tically certain that the State insane
asylum and every ono connected with
it will lie Hie subject of a sweeping
investigation. Thu house agreed to ap
point a cununlttoe to investigate the in
Columbia. Jan. 20, & p. m.-Ton wo-]
men were nominated for State Libra
rian. Mrs. Virginia G. Moody bas a
long lead on the first ballot but not the I
iic.'iM-iiry majority. It jn probable ]
that the election of insurance commis
sioner will not'take place tonight.
Columbia, an. 20. 10:30 p. m.-Mrs.
Virginia G. Moody,, of Columbia, was
elected State Librarian tonight, by the
joint assembly, on the fourth ballot.
She received T? votes. Ton women I
"Mrs. Moody was Miss Virginia Green |
wort; candidates Tor the place,
'of thU city. She In a sister Of Thoa.
I'D. Green, president vOf the hotel pro
prietor':) a?aouiatlon of New York City. ?
Mi : . c.reen'?? father was on official of j
thc old'Charleston and Columbia rail
way, now a branch of the Southern.
.. Columbia, Jan. 20.-At 10:25 o'clock
Tuesday night the joint assembly
tooo'n up tiie election of an Insurance
commissioner. Fitzhugh McMaster, of
Columba, tho incumbent. W. Ai ii
SP??* Tl?c vote stood: 'McMasler.
103; Hudgiho, 21; Capers, 18.
r_.i_AI- Vi_ j. ?
ipitaw^puvu wnn'ivu,
Cloumbia. Jan. 20.-When the gov
ernor's message was read in the
hoiise, a resolution was presented by
Mr. Stevenson of Chcraw to have tho
whole matter investigated. This was
.agreed to without discussion.
Meeting at 755 o'clocV: tb cSensto
haerd tho asylum message from the
Governor bu ttook no action about the
investigation agreed to by the house.
The senate adjourned immediately
after the joint assembly tonight. The
asylum matter will come up in the sen
ate Wednesday.
fatted Here Since Nov.. 1912,
Doc Brown Has Been Cap
tured at Gastcnia, N. C.
Wanted in Anderson county since
November, 1912, ou a charge of mur
der. Doc Drown, a negro, I?, a been ar
rested and placed in jail fn Gastonia,
N. C. Sheriff Ashley received a mes
aaga Mer ?Jay to the effcect that the
North. Carolina officials bad captured
thc negro and had bim in jail and thc
Anderson county officer lett at once
to brlnp him back. ' However, upon his
arrival iu the North Carolina town,
he discovered that the negro would
not como back to South Carolina with
out requisition papers and therefore
Sheriff Anhley "*aa forced to return
to Anderson l?ut night without the
In p. mis.- willah o?.ur'red near Iva
In Nbvember, 1912, Brown killed an
other negro by the name of Press
Hutchinson. He made good bis es
cupo and had been a fugitive ever
Sheriff Ashley said last night that he
had sent tba 'proper papers in the case
to Governor Olease at Columbia with
tho. requfest that ?bc Governor make
requisition on the State of North Caro
lina for the prisoner. Meanwhile,
Brown ls being held In the North Caro
lina j&JL
Mr .W. A. Sanders, resident engineer 1
in ci-rge of the survey of Rocky River, i
announces thtt he has completed bis \
work and that he will make blt *e* i
pon in a f?w days. The bind- print, of 'i
his survey is about*135 feet long. Mr. j I
San*M*s wll? recommend that a J t
aCHlabuothctldstralght mf nhrdetashr 1
rtr??f,'*'t ulvcli im ?v?i ?or ? I??K?I ut t
a milo or so below the city, and drain <
sh immense aroa. Mr. Sanders saya <
that t his is,now covered with marsh I
and that there aro ducks there tor the. je
hunting. lc
Macon. Ga.. Jan. 20.-Th* trend of
Inquiry in tl?e investigation of'Judg^
Emory Speer topic a 'urn today. l?vi
dence waa submitted to vhow that he ?
had orcasloxiHliy used St "hoy fever'
medicine containing eocene. lt w:"i J
also testified that lie loved: newspaper |
Now Vork, Jan. 20.-Hans Smidt, the
or-Cathalic pflcat ls again on trial ]
clmrged with the murder of Ann Ann
Pensacola. Flu.. Jan. 20.-The Pen
sacola Newe, oldest pnpej&in We?tern
Florida went into bankruptcy toduv.
The State Hank of Carraeelle failed to
tfew York, Jan. 20.- pearly half of
th? estate of Richard IJ. Lankrord, vice
pr?sident of tue Southoru Railway who
nuieldud hen Saturday, ? goos to- Miss
Nellie B. Paterson to whoin he was
engaged.' - ; '
Fort Worth, Texas, Jan CO.-M. F
Taylor, his wife and two- children,
wire found dead at their horn?., here.
Taylor waa last seen on tho 6tb. of De
cember. A pistai . waa found by thc
father's aide. They had peon, shot.
There. were evidences. of a ."farewell
feast" provided "by Tavlor befos? iiu?
r olurabia. S. C., Jan. 20.--Measures
for the improvement of the schools of
the State were discussed at the first
session of the South Carolina' Asocia?
tion'of Cunty Superintendents ?ot Edu
cation, held here today. Cecil H. Belg
ier, of Aiken County,, ie president of
the association and presided, ot today's
meeting^ . -
r' - vVv-'' '- .. I
Senator Lodge remarked that the
"messsage ?was very1 sat?afaetory.'"
and Senator Wm. Alden Sm&h . or
Michigan, said "that 'the^rfs^dent
has attacked ^tbe oroblem : .
Own viewpoint
gram win do.cdme gs"
. lied today for ba-utvL hazing. The'
hazed pupil'had feported the. matter
and had boen sloan, A *hlnpt*? The
ehazerYi were also fined in. the coarta.
di Paso, Tex., Jan 20-Gen. Salva
dor Mercado, commander of the M?xt
can Federal soldiers, defends hts aban
donment of Ojinaga and charged Gen.
Pascual Orozco with rowardice and
- Jackson, Miss.-Legislativa commit
tee reports unfavorat'y on equal suf
frage bill.
Pittsburg. Okla., Jan 20.-Masked
bandits held up employes of the bank
here today and gathered in $2.600
Shots w?sre exchanged with the pursu
ing posse.
Memphis, Tonn., Jan 20.-Opposite
on to the Hobson, Sheppard and Works
prohibition hills, pending in congress,
was voiced in resolutions adopted to
day by the Tight Barrel State Manu
facturers'-Asociation, in session here.
Tho pasago of either bill, the resoinu
tlons deda e, "would practically ruin
the stave, beading and barrel interests
of a dozen or more states."
Infant cf Mr. and Mrs. Claude Har
Eris Found Dead in Bed Yes
terday Morning.
Upon arising yesterday morning at
lie -usual hour, Mrs. Claude Harria
wont to' the bed where ber three
moths old baby waa . sleeping and
tried to arouse the child. Finding that
she could get no ?response she called
for ber husband who likewise made
vigorous efforts to got the child awak
onod. Becoming alarmed they tele
phoned for asiatance but lt waa fovind
that the little Ufo had gone out.
Coroner J. H. Harbin waa summoned
but after an examination was mado by
Dr. Holbert Acker, he county physi
cian, lt waa decided that no Inquest
?ras necean ry since it waa perfectly
slear that the child came to its death
?/ natural means.
Mesara: W. S. Br?scale, T. S. Bannls
.er and Kyi i Shirley hare returned
rro'm a trip to New York and other
lorthorn eitlen. They enjoyed the
* b ol o ot thc vacation. Ono of the
binga which interested them on the
.ip was an illustration of the gre*
itnvelopment In business methods in
Jie last few years. At the home of
Icc of the Mutual Benefit Life In
>uraiace Company they ?aw the ?rst
?sh book kept by the company, with
mirles for tallow candles and all such
tums, and the president's salary $126
i month. There .have been nome
:hanges since then.
Dis?ussxm or Questions Rclzlive
to Agrfculture and Live
Yesterday waa a day Tor the fann
ers of Anderson .county and those
interested In qaeatlons pertaining to
agriculture and live utock. The
combination of trades day yp-i the
meeting of the Anderson Live stock
.Association brougM a l?rr??j number
of ylBltors -to town to particip?t* iu
.the program and ?very mau wno waa
pr?sent?t the Hunting loft wlUiitac
4eeUng that he had gained.something
ihoreby and that he had been bene
Tii^ merlins waa called, to ; ?fder
In tiH?-toon?? or ti?.f chamber o'f.CW
mcfee at'13 o'clock, JG,, Harris of
Belton idling as chairman. Mr. Har
ris mail(; u tow opening remarks tn
wbjfch he said that thia! 'splendid
work liad been started through the
..fC.:_... _* 4L. A _ J-_'l_.L
"V ?* V* 1 * J V? V AUIIQ . Ul.;. T. iini|.VtJl , UUUI
In, the direction of tradesday and the
.formation ot tho live aiock associa
tion. .Ho remarked on the fact that
for . a timo the farmers of tho county
were inclined to be skwptlcal on ac
count of the- fact that some consider
ed lt merely a clever way in which to
draw trade to Anderson and said that
ha was glad to seo they had recog
nized their mistake in this matter
-Ho . eald that the value of the Cham
ber'of Comme reo to the Xttrmor could
not be,over-esUmated.
[y Making a Silo.
Fallowing the Invocation, which
was* delivered by Hov. O. I?. Martin ot
Anderson, the Am. speaker, F*. H.
Mason of Clemson' College, was in
4mm, Mr. Mason discussed tho
'.-alu? cf ?-):? aatf>HH^ibe ole?a at
mest ' common trna of silo In South
stave construction but recommended
tho cocorote stylo as being fer supe
rior. He said that a 100-ton capacity
conemto silo could be creeled at a
cost cr s Neut $150 and that lt would
meet every requirement on tb? aver*
ape farm.
'J?emua College, according to the
cpce':cr. w??i ! e glad to send as ex
pert to nay, i:-Tmesr In.any section of
tin . aunty. lb avs?ct him. and advice
him con; eri iutf t?c creation of a Bllo
in dnv com-vjjilty it tuny be desired.
Tho speakor^ i't> :t 'ook up a discus
sion of hoiv'-a tiio should be con
structed etui lidia t!.:it u should he
built both with an Inside r.nd outsldo
form and wails itfgrl'fohjia thick. He
said that tin- slab a?lo #jRs all right
but.at the best H wo\j'.d iaht only 10
or 15 years, wUero^H the concreto
structure woa'nl ?t-u'd forever. He
stressed the fa;-: that thi? rallo should
be constructed in HI: c!? a manner ns
to exclude tho air. Ho discussed
silage ls composed of tod advised nil
hi? hearers to wrl?,o to the United
States govem*"e*;c, department ot
agriculture;' fer bulletin 556-"Mak
ing and Feeding or Silage."
Quoting statistics, the speaker said
that in " Wlasonsln there are 46,000
silos in operation against 200 in
South Caroilua ls far better for dairy
ing .purposes, than is Wisconsin. Ho
said that the average price for silage
is $2.50, much more cheaper than hay
and far more succulent food.
Hog Raising. (
IB. M. Aull of Antun, aocretary of
tho Anderson county L-l ve 8tock As
sociation, delivered a splendid ad
dress on hog raising, illustrating his
remarks with n map of his 1,200-acre
bog farm in this county.. Ho dis
cussed the mannar pursued by him
In his operations and showed why
he had been so succossful in the
raising of bogs. Among tho features
touched upon waa that of the proper
feed for hogs and tho effect that he
had been able to get from tho bog
lands In an agricultural sense,
W. H. Baker, who. ts field agent of
tho demonstration department of the
Southern Raliway Co., was Intro
duced to the association and took or
C:H:?1OU to a??ur? ?h? gc-u?!?is-J? pres
ent tbat bia services were always at
tbs disposal of any or them in an ag
ricultural way and that ho would at
any. time be pleased to render any
assistance that might be in his pow
Round Table DlaeassloB.
The afternoon session was one of
the most Interesting features ot the
enUre day when a round table dta
crusalon waa- engaged In with J. T.
Watt of Clemson College presiding.
Mr. Watt said that ono of the main
DD] eClS IO DC nCCUIUpUB?w? rr ?o t?
take over some breed ot catUo for
the porpoBe or urm?i?? ?'^? local
cattle to a higher state of perfection,
but urged that the people go slow
?.long this line and ase good judg
ment, rather than to be hasty In
heir ch-cleions! Ho said that theroj
( By tile Associated Press?
Washington. Jan. 20.-'Speaker
narks' declination o?an invitation to
attend a Dmuocratlo dinner tomor
row nt Calvert Hall, at which Secre
tary Bryan is to be a guest, stirred up
io much <.< .:?.:::.)..<..... tbat the. speaker
lac oed a> characteristic statement.
Published reports hod connected
thc Boeaker*? dcc'Hnatldh with the
presence ot Secretary Brynn, and
echoes ofthe Baltimore convention.
The speaker did not dignity this su?
gection with u refer-nce.
"J^have cut out din ?era and func
tions except those I -'eel under obli
gations to attend in my official capa
city," said the speaker. "I did this
for tivo reasons:
Special Correspondence.
Columbia, Jan. 20.-Ueorgo W.
Sullivan, Anderson county's veteran
senator, was in his place when the
uenate convened on Tuesday last.!
Senator Sullivan 1B rocoguized' os,
one of the ablest meit In tho upper '
branch cf tho house where ha-has a
great deal ot Influence. ,
Senator Sullivan now haa on the
calendar of tho house a bill which
passed tho senato without opposition
which will allow tho city of Anderson
to tax abutting -property for .perma
nent improvements. Tho bill has
been favorably reported in the house
and ls practically assured of passage.
Assessing abutiln;- property for per
manent lin-provoments has beon pracv
ticed In CoiiitKbia, fcwmtor and other
cities' In the .-Gi&te with-success for
several yeartO.^bo: property owners
are allowed^*|i^ba*.: of year?,' in
which to i-pay their share of the as
Bosesnentii. j
On tho calender or the house, Mr.
Gray of Anderson, has a bill which
bas been reported favorably with an
amendment* prOhibifus tho sole of
cotton oe?d- meal with less than 8
per .east, .of ammonia.
air. wnito? Brock of Eastman.'Qa.,
who was in the hardware business
here some years ago. was in the city
yesterday visiting relatives and it 1B
understoodthat he contemplates mov
ing back to Anderaon.
waa no auch, thing as a dual-purpose
cow. this being H COW which was
equally fitter! for the beef type and
the dairy type and said that oaca
required a special breed pf cattle. He
advised that dairying in' this section
of tho country was far more lucra
tive If properly carried out and if tho
farmer lived near to. a town. nc
Bald tbat it took the aamo amount
of feed to produce one pound of fut
on beef oMiUo ?hat lt does for one gal
lon of milk..
Tho association voted to stand
behind the 'Jersey cow as the dairy
type and then took up u discussion
of which type of beef cattle was pre
ferable. Eleven members signified
their intention x of breeding cattle
along extensivo Unes and by a ma
jority vote, adopted the Hereford as
the type. (Mr. Watt advised that
thoBo who contemplated the purchase
of stock consult with him before do
ing so.
, Thc question of the proper type of
hog to use for breeding purposes
was taken up and aroused some con
siderable discussion. Tlie Berkshire
waa finally selected as the best type
for this cou nt rv.
Five of those present said that they
were extensively engaged in the
raising of mules and a discussion waa
engaged ip relative to brood mares.
The Percheron, weighing from 1,300
to 1,400 pounds waa said to bo the
beat type , for breading purposes. It
waa tlie concensus of opinion that It
is better to send west for tho breed-1
era rather than to buy oa tho local
The .next*'meeting of the association
is to take ?lace In Andufson on Feb
ruary 24, thc date being a little later
than usual on account of tho fact
that there b> a conflict "of datos with
?some of those who ar* actively con
nected with the association. ,
-Anderson, C. C.
ontlerae?t-rt*?*e enter my namo
ligencer. 1 am (or am not) taking t!
NOTE:-if you are a subscriber
acrlptior, H paid in advance, you may
The subscription of the daily ts $5.00
Pleas.) eneloBo check or money ord
naarun 11
R. P. D. or St. No.
"1. Because I hare not tua? te
uttrncTthem: 1 have too m uah to do.
"2. Mr. S po ff ord, BO long librarla?
of congress, once told me that moat
public men and army and nary offi
cer* who died in Washington 'dug
their graves with their own tests7,
a saying which I took to heart.
"The people of the country are not
Interested to any considerable extent
about dinners tn Washington,, but
they are interested Very much as ?to
what congress , does, and when lt
does lt. and I am trying my .best to'
expedite business so that sro ca?
get away from here and give tao
country a rest. That is a good policy,
for.both the country and the Delan*
eratic party."
the house calender a bill providing
for the inspection, analysis and teats
of llluralnvtA.ng oils and fuel and gae?
olino. Another bill by Mr. Ashley
would amend the cede of 1912 BO OB
to permit tho employment''?In- facto
ries of children moro than IO years
of age under certain ooudttlong.
i ,,i i T j
Repres?ntame W. W. Scott hos on
the calender of the house a bil! pro-.,
riding for an annual levy of ono min
on all taxable property of the Stets
for tho jsupport of the common"
BC-H???S. -.roe bul. an importent ttl?n~ ,
sure, has received a minority favor
able and a majority unfavorable
committee report.
Another bill by. Mr. Gray, on .the
house calender amends the code opt
1012 BO aa to make the commutation
road tax one dollar a year in Andar
so? county. : i-Yi','
.Ml the indications point to a h&r~
mcmiGus seBeion of the general as
sembly this yesr In marked contras*
to ;the stormy session of the peat
three years.
The senate will rr Macmfole aa
7:30 o'clock Tuesday night. ,*fh?
house meet* at noon Tuesday. -The
ioiiu assc
Washington, Jan. 20.-'President
Wilson's suggestions to congress to
day in his trust address thai oon
groes and the bu ai nese men are ready
to meet each other to square both
with ~ibHe opinion and ??? iaw, ?o?j.
on;attentive ears and struck a re
sponsive oh ord with the political par
Expressions en the meabas* 'came
freely from senetorn and rep rosea
tatlves. democratic, republican
progressive. The only on'
cri Helaina emanated from
Rives, Murdock, the third pa
er. assorting that the .uggjfiflfl
tho solution of tho truai
"inadequate," and would Mg
trust evil more acut
most significant comer,
from Sonator Gailingerr, ieador of tko
republican minority in the upper
house, who representa the most con
servative type of republicanism.
"The president's recom?a en dat iona
are m od ?Yate," said Senator Gal Ung
er, "and, for the most part. wide.
It seems to me there is nothing tn
the recommendations that need dis
turb business men or that would Jus
tify radical legislation. If the dem
ocratic members tn both branches of
congress will formulate bille along
tbe> linea suggested by tho president
and abandon their method ot legis
lation by party caucus, they will
find the republicans ready to Op-ope
rat? with them in bringing abovt lek
islotlon that will be of real b^'.sftt
to the country and will harm ho
Throughout the delivery or tao
drese, the assembled senators abd
representatives listened intently to
every word, applauding fre<fueatiy
rhen the president began ehomera
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