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TO HOUSE LEADER
HAS CHANGED HIS MIND BE
CAUSE CIRCUMSTANCES HAVE
URGING NEW TARIFF BODY
However There it No Change In His
Attitude Toward Protection Ques
tions Deal Only With Facts.
Washington. President Wilson
Bent a letter to Chairman Kitchin of
the House Ways and Means Commit
tee explaining why he had withdrawn
his opposition to a tariff commission
and now was urging the creation of
such a body by Congress. He wrote
frankly that he had changed his mind
because "all the circumstances of the
world had changed."
Declaring that he had "no thought
whatever of a change in attitude to-
fward the so-called protection ques
tion" the President said the proposed
commission would have nothing to do
with theories of policy but would be
charged only with the duty of seeking
facts to guide Congress in legislation.
In another letter to Mr. Kitchin he
had set forth fully his ideas of what a
traiff commission should be and urged
that the Ways and Means committee
consider the matter immediately. He
favored a wholly non-partisan, expert
"I have changed my mind," said
the letter, "because all the circum
stances of the world hae changed
and it seems to me that in view of
the extraordinary and far-reaching
changes which the European war has
brought about it is absolutely neces
sary that we should have a compe
tent instrument of inquiry along the
whole line of the many questions
which affect our foreign commerce.
"I have had in this change of mind
no thought whaever' of a change of
attitude towards the socalled protec
tion question. That is neither here
A commission such as I have sug
gested would have nothing to do with
theories of policy. They would deal
only with facts and the facts which
they would seek ought to be the act
ual facts of industry and of the coa
ditions of economic exchange prevail
ing in the world, so that legislation of
every kind htat touched these matters
might be guided by the circumstances
disclosed in its inquiries.
ASKS CONGRESS TO SPEED UP.
President Anxious . That Congress
Work and Adjourn In June.
Washington. Agitation for greater
congressional activity on the . .Admin
istration legislative program receiv
ed new impetus when President Wil
son asked Majority Leader Kitchin to
"speed up" work on the House side of
the Capitol and later discussed the
subject with other leaders of both
houses. The President is anxious that
Congress 'finish its work and adjourn
in June before the political conven
The outstanding features of the leg
islative program for the next few
months, as Mr. Kitchin forsees thehm,
A tariff commission bill will be re
ported by the Ways and Means Com
No revenue measure is likely to be
reported until after the military and
naval committees bring in their bills.
This may be weeks or months.
No waterways projects and no new
public building bills will be consider
ed. An anti-dumping clause for the
tariff law may be reported later.
In addition the shipping bill and
the Philippine bill are expected by
other congressional leaders to attract
Turks Check British.
Berlin, by wireless to Sayville. The
British force going to the relief of
the troops surrounded by Turks at
Kut-el-Amara attacked the Turkish
position near Menlari on January 23
but were repulsed.
Glanders in Richmond.
Richmond, Va. Dr. J. G. Ferney-
hough, state veterinarian, inagurated
a strict quarantine against the big
British stockyards at Newport News
because of an epidemic of glanders
He said mules to the value of $18,000
already had been shot, and that over
$800,000 worth of horses and mules,
awaiting shipment, are endangered
The British officers in charge, led by
General Bridges, he reports, are ex
erting every known means of com
batting the disease.
Miners Will Not Strike.
Indianapolis, Ind. After a long dls
cussion in convention the delegates
representing nearly 400,000 union coal
miners in the United States decided
that-in the event new wage scales
have not Ben negotiated by the time
existing -Contracts expire they will re
main at work so long as there is hope
of drawing up agreements. This de
cision of the United Mine Workers of
America was made by an overwhelm
ing majority and endorses the policy
of- President John White; who advo
cated the step.
London. Hand-to-hand fighting be
tween the French and Germans near
Neuville took place when, the French
tried to retake trenches captured by
the Germans. Berlin reports that-all
the attacks were repulsed. The
French, however, have taken from
,the Germans mine craters they had
occupied several days ago and in
mining operations in the Argonne
forest have destroyed German trench
es. On the Austro-Italian front Ital
ian positions near Oslavia have been
captured by the Austriaria.
Clean, Sweet and ?
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before breakfast to wash
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how Very easy it is if one will only
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Folks who are accustomed to feel
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ting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul
tongue, nasty breath, acid . stomach,
can, instead, feel as fresh as a daisy
by opening the, sluices :pf the 'system
each morning and flushing;, out the
whole of the internal poisonous stag
Everyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink, a glass dl real hot
water with a teaspoonf ut ot iimestone
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previous day's indigestible waste, sour
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The millions of people who are both
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to get a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate from any store that handles
drugs which will cost very little, but
is sufficient' to make anyone a pro
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Mistress What do we need for din-
Servant Sure, ma'ain, and I've
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Alabama Man Says Tetterlne Cures
Morvin, Ala., August 1. 1908.
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WITH BROAD 'POWErf TO IN
SEEKS IMMEDIATE ACTION
Conferred With Majority lieader
Kitchin and Others Should Be
Washington. Announcement has
been made that President Wilson , fa
vors the creation of an independent,
non-partisan tariff commission, with
broad powers 'to investigate tariff du:
ties, the relations between industries
at home and abroad and the entire ta
riff and "commercial-machinery of the
The president discussed his plan at
length ' with Representative 'Kitchin,
chairman' of the house ways and
means committee, and asked that the
committee consider it immediately
with the view of getting action during
the present session of Congress. Also
he laid the matter before Senators
Simmons, chairman of the senate fi
nance committee. Later he may ad
dress congress on the subject, al
though it was said this was improb
able. Although the president previously
has taken the position that the powers
of a tariff commission already are
held by existing government bureaus
he told Mr. Kitchin he felt justified
in pressing for the creation of a sepa
rate commission' at this time because
of unusual international conditions
and on account of the interest the
United States will have in commercial
adjustments after the present up
heaval. Representative Kitchin said he
thought the Federal Trade Commis
sion should be clothed with whatever
additional powers might be necessary
but that he believed a majority of
the ways and means committee fa
vored a new independent body. The
president made it plain he did not
think the proposed commission should
be established with the view of up
holding or criticising any particular
tariff policy but should be entirely
non-partisan, and capable of gather
ing facts without any political basis.
MANN SPEAKS FOR DEFENSE.
Heartily Applauded by Both Sides of
Washington. Unqualified, non-partisan
support of military preparedness
was urged by Minority Leader Mann in
a ringing speech on the floor of the
house. - He was heartily and repeated
ly applauded by both sides of the
While it has oeen understood that
most of the Republicans favored army
and navy increases none of their
leaders had spoken on the subject.
Consequently, coming as it did on the
eve of the president's departure on a
preparedness speaking toun, - Mann's
address was regarded as particularly
significant. He remarked himself that
he always had been known wr a
"small" army and navy man.
Representative Mann declared that
he saw no immediate danger of war
and hoped that peace might prevail,
but that danger of the United States
being drawn into the present conflict
or one that might result from it was
too great to be disregarded.
"I have much more fear in the
end of war with .England than I have
of war with Germany," he said. That
was his only comment on this phase
of his subject. Later he declined to
elaborate on his remark.
Common Steel Pays Dividend.
New York. United States Steel
Common shares were restored to their
regular dividend status of 5 per cent
when the directors unanimously de
clared a quarterly disbursement of
1 1-4 per cent out of earnings for the
last quarter of 1915. Total earnings
of $51,232,788 for three months were
the largest for any similar period in
the history of the corporation, exceed
ing the previous record, made in the
second quarter of 1907, by $5,729,983.
Less Fuel for Navy.
Washington. Efforts of the navy
department to cut down the cost of
fuel and other materials used in main
tenance of operation of warships were
outlined to the house naval committee
by Rear Admiral McGowan, paymas
ter general. He was questioned at
length by committeemen in connection
with the naval appropriation bill. Ad
miral McGowan said oil was 50 per
cent more efficient than coal as fuel
for warships but that at prevailing
prices coal was cheaper for the Atlan
Good Roads Bill Passes House.
Washington. The Shackleford good
roads bill, carrying an appropriation
Of $25,000,000 to aid the states in im
proving their postroads was passed
by the house, 281 to 81. Three mem
bers voted "present." . States would
share in appropriation on the basis of
their population and the number of
their postroads. The money would
be disbursed through the various state
highway commissions. Opponents in
sisted this would be the forerunner of
other similar requests.
German Proposal Rejected.
Washington. The United States is
understood to have rejected as being
partially unsatisfactory Germany's
latest proposal in the Lusitania nego
tiations. Secretary Lansing, with the
approval of President Wilson, is said
to have so informed Count von Bern3
torff, the German ambassador during
a conference at the state department.
The ambassador will eonfer again
with the secretary. ; It is understood
he will then submit another confiden
tial tentative proposal for a settlement.
LIKED CHRISTMAS IN A JUG
Colored Man- Could See No ; Reason
Why He Should Be Deprived of. -
"The officer tells me hefound you
in an alley off Decatur street, asleep
and under the influence of strong
Irink. This jug was at your side.
Have you anything to-say?"
Judge Broyles glanced over severely
ait the short, thick-set negro, and
"Christmas,, jedge," was the reply.
"But you had been drinking, Sam,"
"Yesyes I know but that is no
way to celebrate.'.'.
The negro grinned.
"Oat's er mattah ob chice, jedge,"
he observed. "Some likes ter put fun
nies ion trees, an' 'some likes ter med
lle ijoun' in hot mince pies, an' some
sort lob favors lovin' under de missle
toes, but me jedge my idear ob
Christmas comes in de jug. Yo cain't
blame me f er havin' a chice, kin yu?"
Case and Comment.
ITCHING, BURNING SCALPS
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Love is not only blind, but seems to
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Kidney Trouble Causes Sleep
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No man ever respects a woman who
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Whisky straight is the cause a
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My symptoms were bearing down pains, backache,
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1 Haynes Park, Eoxbury, Mass.
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hat would you give to be,
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W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 6-1916.
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North Crandon, Wis. "When I "was 16 years
old I got married and at 18 years I gave birth to
twins and it left me with very oor health. I could
not walk across the floor without having to sit
down to rest and it was hard for me to keep about
and do my work. I went to a doctor and ne told
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heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I thought I would give it a trial and it made me as
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Asbach, North Crandon, Wis.