RALEIGH, N. C, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2G. 1911.
!, prohibition a failure or is the '
n:;jorrat Jr party a failure?
If honesty is the bet rHrjr Isn't -ft
time to turn the rascals out? !
And now there is talk of, increas
ing the salaries of all the State of
And It pems that the Insurance
companies do not want to be Investi
gated either. . ,
Whv i It that wo new! extra courts
under a reign of "Democratic good
They should give that anti-trust
law some soothing syrup to aid It
Next Thursday Is ground-hog day.
It is to he hoped that the little imp
will not see his shadow.
The "dog days" in the Legislature
are not over. The cur is coming in
for his share of attention.
If we keep on piling up bond Js
frs our posterity will have a very
poor opinion of their ancestors.
Hnppuch Ia the name of the Dem
ocratic chairman in New York-
Sounds like the party has
tne ,nic- j
Even if that anti-lobbying bill
should nass the Legislature it would !
t t, S it tho'
Governor Glenn is up North prais
ing the negro, which is quite dif
ferent from hi3 tone in political cam
paigns in this State.
i Clifton led.
Governor ILarmon, of Ohio, did not After the votes were counted Dem
dcliver an inaugural address this ocratic members announced that an
Probably he didn't know how I
to deliver the goods.
If we bave extra judges we must
have extra solicitors also, and all
these extra jobs would go to. Demo
crats. See the point?
When Raleigh's police ; justice
comes up for re-election next spring
he may find it necessary to pour oil
on the troubled waters.
Wonder how they held down Ben
Tillman during that Baltimore Con
ference? Tillman must have been
feeling bad sure enough.
Why not investigate the report of
that committee that investigated the
Democratic management of the At
lantic and North Carolina Railroad?
A duty of nine cents a gallon has
been added to imported Scotch and
Irish whiskies. Now listen for an
other Democratic howl against the
Governor Glenn said if the Demo
crats were allowed to control, we
would have few courts. It seems
that Mr. Glenn was speaking 'with
If the Oil Trust can sell oil in
Raleigh for seven and a half cents a
gallon, why can't they sell it at the
same price in towns where there is
The Governor in his message rec
ommended economy and at the same
time recommended an increase in
many salaries. Somehow the two
recommendations won't tally.
Henry Watterson fled the country
to keep from! attending that Demo
cratic Conference in Baltimore last
week. While Bryan staid in this
country he also staid at home;
The tax valuations in the State
have doubled in the past ten years
and still the Democrats have to issue
bonds to replenish the pie trough.
Isn't it time f or the people to make a
change? - . . v.
Some of the members of the Legis
lature say the office of Governor,
under the present salary, is burden
some. As long as there are so many
patriots'-that "are willing to take up
the burden, even at the present sal
ary, why worry over the matter.
IKMOCItATS HAIU;UI WITH
Democratic MemW of WeM Virginia
I iJ a tare Make ine fliarir -
Only Or Snaiot P.lccfcd Repub
lican Oon(ct Acalnt tin I' at
ing of One of Their Xum!w
Charleston. W. Va.. Jan. 2 Con
trary to general expectatlor d be
fore the Republican SenaU ho re
turn, from Cincinnati J d settle
their difference with t'Vr ,riocra
tic members of the- u chamber,
the West Virginia Lef uri to-day
proceeded to the ele' . of the two
United States Senato.. On the firt
ballot W. E. Chilton, Democratic
nominee. received sixty-two vote
three more than enough to elect, and
Clarence Watson was two short, with
fifty-seven votes. None of the Repub
Ucan members of the legislature
voted. The fifteen Senators of that
party were absent from the upper
chamber and the Republicans in the
lower house were recorded as "not
There was excitement In the House
when Nelson C. Hubbard, Democrat, i
; son of - Congressman Hubbard, ana
i ten followers, bolted the meeting.
! Hubbard declared the Watson nomi
nation had been secured through
bribery In the caucus. He nominated
j J. W. Davis, Congressman-elect, from
! the First District. This was second
ed by Robinson, of Harrison County,
! who made a speech along the same
lines as Hubbard's. When put to a ,
vote Watson received 51; 1av .10;
In the Senate with the Republicans ;
nliotit thf slvr.n votes were scatter-
among eght candidates. Watson j
rnpnluinp - V;iv This IfiveS ll i 111 ! 7 Oil !
joint ballot with 59 necessary for a ;
choice. C. W. Campbell, of Hunting-i
ton, was noniiuuieu.ui ic ;
Hubbard for the other vacancy, and
five bolted with him. Campbell de-:
i clined on the ground that he was out ;
of the running since he had been to national conventions, with opnor
turned down by the caucus and asked tunity for the voter to express his
the members to vote for Chilton, j choice for President and Vice-Presi-Chilton,
accordingly, received the j dent. . ' - ?
necessary number to elect. In the (4) Amendment to the State Con
Senate the vote was scatered, but i stitutions providing for the initiative.
investigation of the bribery charges
A CONFEDERATE .MEMORIAL.'
Contract "Awarded for the Erection
Of an Institute in Richmond.
Richmond, Va., Jan 23. From
more than sixty designs submitted
under the rules of the American In
stitute of Architects, the Executive
Committee of the Confederate Me
morial Association to-day awarded'
the contract for the design for the
Confederate Memorial Institute, to
be erected in Richmond, to the archi
tectural firm of Bissell '& Sinkler, of
Philadelphia. The approved design
is Doric, of massive construction, and
will be fire-proof. , It is to cost apT
proximately $1-50,000 and is to serve
as the official depository forever of
Confederate paintings, relics, history
; Years of preliminary work and
preparation have been consumed' in
making arrangements for this build
ing. The award was made by a com
mittee composed of Gen. Robert
White,, of West Virginia; Lieut.
Gov. Taylor Ellyson. and Judge
George L. Christian, of Richmond;
Col. Thomas S. Kenan, of Raleigh,
N. C. ; and Col. J. M. Hickey, of
Washington, D. C.
Rioting in China.
Hankow, China, Jan. 23. Rioting
which was participated by the circu
lation of a report that, the British
police had killed a coolie, resulted.'Jt
was officially stated here to-day, in
the killing of twelve Chinese,and the
wounding of thirteen others. No for
eigners were injured. The fighting
was between the Chinese and author
ities, supported by British and Ger
man marines who wrere landed from
the gunboats in the harbor to de
fend the' foreign community. V
House Committee Favors-New Or
; leans for Panama Exposition. :
Washington, D. C , Jan. 24.- The
HouseCommittee" on industrial arts
ana expusnu-a, to-ua, -
?"teli: l "IT? LZ
oin givius iUC xpx- ua v,.
Exposition to isew urieans. iue
measure provides for a $1,000,00 ap
propriation for a government exhibit
and for a commission of seven to su
pervise all plans for the proposed
celebration.--; : " ? '',
House Committee Agrees to Enlarge
' ' Powers of Tariff Board. -
Washington, D. C.i Jan. (:2 4.--A
permanent tarifi bo ird of five mem
bers to investigate all questions for
the benefit of Congress is provided
for in a bill unanimously agreed up
on by the House Committee on Wrays
and Means to-day.r The billeffective
July 1st, contains substantially , the
provisions of the'Longworth and Dal
zell bills." - '.J.-"
:a republican league
Formed at the National Capital
With Maiiy Pforrximcat
Mca as Members.
FIVE REFORMS DEMANDED
AH lihuU ( SfK-uI.itlf.n i f tfw
Heal VutiA of t!e OrAnlAilou
-Aftrrmatfi of the Democratic:
ififereni in Wabistoi -Iotrty
iiuiliy Split Orcr t!ie Taiiff Qoe
tiuu ltigie.be Itepuhlinm ;
1 lMi C liamp Vkit k Cngr
Will Kiilaige Power of tlw Tariff
Ilonnl. Wlilch May Avert n Ktra
(Spe; ial to The .Cicasian.)
Washington, I). C. Jan. 24, 1UH.
Ail the talk to-day Icjthe halls of the
ational Congress, and in the hotel
lobbies is about the organization of
the National Ke'pubiican Progressive
League on yesterday-! Tne announce
ment that such an organization had
been formed, the; announcement of
its objects and purposes, and especial
ly the announcement of the promi
nent people who have signed the arti
cles of incorporation, came like a bolt
()llt of ;i clear 8kVf an(t has mt every- ;
hcdy from the trident down lo i
Pive llefoiiiiisi -Demanded. i Lf alleged discrepancy' a in the count
It Is announced that the League! the returns from two townships.
Will exert its effort's: 'io the success of! The case will be heard in the Supe
the following reform propositions: ! !ior Coiirt Prol..ly next spring or
rtffTn?ttri ?t a tnc ! summer.
benaiors uy uuect vuie ui
(2) Direct primaries for the nomi-
- . - i
notion of all elective bfflcers;
(3). The' direct election of delegates
referendum and reca.li
. (5) A thoroughgoing corrupt prac
tices act. ' ,
Declaration ojt Principles.
The ollowijig lshe declaration of j
principles .siftned th. organizers ,
of the league : !
"We, the undersigned, as0Ciate i
ourselves together as the National
Progressive Republican League.
"The object of the league is the
promotion of popular government
and progressive legislation.
"Popular government in America
has been thwarted and progressive
legislation . strangled by the special
interests which control caucuses, 1
delegates, conventions, and party or- j
conizations, and through control ofi
the machinery of government, dictate j tonof tne growth of 1910' ginned i heard on the matter. ! mitiee on JudlciarV 1 51 '
nominations and platform, elect ad-j.prior o January 16th, according to ... Intpolluca.d j S.1 B. 2 4 3, by Mr. ArnaatrongJ To
ministrations, legislatures, Represen- ? tne report Gf (tbb Census Bureau is-S N . - j protect deer la countlea of Montgoa-
tatives in Congress, and Unitedj'sued 10 0'cioc'.this' morning.' was j S. B. 199, by Mr. Boyden: To j ery, Raridolpli and SlaaTy, Co tacit
States Senators and control Cabinet j 9 bales counting round I create a State Highway Department, j tee on Game Law; ' : t 1 ;
"Under existing conditions legisla
tion in the public interest has been
baffled and defeated. This is evi
denced by the long struggle to secure
laws byiepartly effective for the con
trol of railway rates and services, the
revision of the tariff in the interest
of the producer and consumer, stat
utes dealing with -trusts and combi
nations based on- sound economic
principles as' applied to modern In
dustrial and .commercial conditions, a
wise, ' comprehensive, and ' impartial
reconstruction of the banking and
monetary laws, the conservation of
coal, oil, gas, timber, water powers,
and other natural resources belong
ing to the people and for the enact
ment of all legislation solely for the
j common good.
"Just in proportion as popular gov
ernment has in certain States super
seded the delegate -convention system
and the people have assumed control
of the machinery of government, has
government become responsive to
the p6pular will and progressive" leg
islation been secured."
The Prominent Signers.
-The declaration is signed by these . g damed an(l upon it has erect
United States Senatorsr -Jonathan addition to .his sky-scraper.
Bourne, Jr., Oregon; Albert J. Bev- j .. . , - . - : v
eridge, Indiana; Joseph . L. Bristow, - " -
Kansas; Norris Brown, Nebraska;
1 Albe t B. Cummins; Iowa; Moses E.
Clapp, Minnesota;- Joseph M. Dixon.
. Groima. North Dako
Montana; A. J. Gronna,
ta, and Robert M. La Foiiett
consin. '- - ' - -
Th fnlinwinf T?snnhlicnn Gover -
W. M u - B. V J WT.
nors nave signed tne aeciarauon:
Chester H. Aldrich, of Nebraska; Hi -
ram vv. jonnson, or c-auiorma;
Francis E. McGovern,of Wisconsin;
Chase S. Osborn, -of Michigan, andi
Walter R. Stiibbs, of Kansas. .
. The ' Representatives who have
signed are as follows:
, Henry A. Cooper, WTilliam J. Cary,
Irving L. Lenroot. E. A.. Morse, and
John W. Nelson, of Wisconsin; C, R.
rDavis, C. A;- Lindbergh, of .Minneso
ta; E. H. Hubbard and G. N. Haugen,
of Iowa; - Victor -Murdock and E. H.
Madison, of Kansas; George V. Nor
(Continued on page ,6.)- . -
Fliso su.irsMtx AUUtTt:n. !
St left Cijiy tl T. IVy Mmtnou
Afictrd n llirse tf ITo!rle
rli! nn a f tMTijtui ital,
Durham. N C. Jan. Z 7. For
Simmon, a yosr.g mis of rtU-n!
reputation and carsnfr a bftii'Sin
gold tndal marU'.rtjc hU diUsttcm as
a piano aS-:;an for the Baltimore
company, vim arreted her i.ttur4jy
n.shi on a chares of enibeiilr sucnt of
from the company.
CnlH early January of tr.U year,
Mr. Simmons, bad be-n with the com
pany steadily six .years. He mt
about the 5th of the month andwetu
vith a local music company. In Mop
ping, there was an untitled wai
ter, b said Saturday night, but hv
docs not admit that it was any such
amount as that for which he was
held in.cufiody for some time. These,
come from numerous items and a'S1I
bgure in the courts, though Mr. Sim
nions declares that they will not go
to court. He offers the company n
Mr. I. A. Jones. IlcpuMicait, Allege.
Praud in Two Township.
Winston-Salem, N. C, Jan. 19.
I). A. Jones, Republican, to-day in
stituted suit for the ofilee of county
" u uy
Democrat, who was given certificate
I of election by the canvasKing board
l In November. The contest grows out
One Hunred (icvernnient Soldier
Killel in Mexican Revolution.
Presidio, Texas. Jan. 22 Ma Mar
fa, Texas, Jan. 23. More than 100
soldiers were killed in a three-days'
battle between the Mexican Federal
troops and insurrectos in the 'moun
tains between Ojinaga and Cuehlllio
' The Government troops were
caught in a trap and literally, mowed
i down by the storm of bullets which
1 swept their ranks from three direc-
w wo5ne ni ,ho Rntd?Ars
Wre.a the.Toaci with- only one way
0f escaping and that was blocked L i
Qf tne 2 00 men Avho went into the i
ft .- - ;d far as1
known. They joined the column un -
der Colonel Dorantes.
The Revolutionists' loss is said to
have been slight, only five men being
killed according to their reports.
' - "
Number of I?ales of Potton Ginned tor
Jammry 10' Placed 'at ""'H
WQchinHnn ril C . Jan. 23. Cot-
bales as half bales, compared with 9,-
787.592 in xyuy, ana lz.ooo.iui m
-IOAO TV10 r-cnt nf ThP THUS CfOD
ginned prior to January 16 was 97.2
while that of the 19 OS was 96.8.
iVJ - I' - -i
Mock Morgan, Guano Salesman Sen
tenced .to Three- Years on .One
', Winston-Salem, NV C, Jan. 23.
Mock Morgan, charged with embez
zling $15,000 from guano concerns,
was convicted on one count in btaniy
County court and sentenced to three
years in the State's prison. He gave
notice of appeal, ball being fixed at
$10,000. Morgan is to be tried in
July on five other counts.
John P. Rockefeller Suetl for $10,000
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 2 3.--Suit for
I $10,000 against John D. Rockefeller
was placed on hearing in Judge Law
rence's court to-day, as a result of
a cave-in at the Rockefeller Building
several months ago. : y ,
A peculiar part of it is that since
the suit "was filed Rockefeller has
nmnartv ol I P Tf tO haV6
Case Between two ews-iwiirr
The case of W. O. Saunders vs.
i r. . rv, (Vftft'riam.
5 oo o Pnu nf an assault,
kill iri ttm ivu uuui " - -
! was compromised at Elizabeth City
, ooac -w
i . . 1 .nMAn' MnnsoTyi
I 1am- H' A, TV nV 1 VI I J k 1)1 III tin ri'll
the aUorneyS.- the plaintiff . being
1 awarded $51. Saunders and Cohoon
rival newspaper men Statesvllle
I Negro Fares Badlly at Hands of a
Augusta,, Ga.t Jan. 23. It is re
ported here that Will. Johnson, ihe
negro who shot and killed D: C. Hum
phrey, a railroad r: hrakeman, was
burned at 4 the stak by a mob at
Avers to-day. However, members of
the mob say that the negro got away
from them. r
VJITII THE LA17T.1AICEQS
" " ' -,
Lcfisialare Vo:cs rzvorauic
on the Fide a! Income
OTHER SAWR1JS PROPOSED
UiU I nurtur ed PrUics fr
It ttco 4ci lfr tc&i4rntidtt
tf f.id- Htuhlt Make Arp-!
tte ii.tit'tittJti tmt -ftia
;ncrtir Hal-try HH1 lict.ct,
but 4 IH.ihI f 4ithcr '"ir
lU-cr, Itill iitMHltt-d.
in itn Hnjitr.
A bill it Introduced In the inn
ate Thursday by Senator iloyds. of
Rowan, providing for the a pj-oi fit
ment of a State Hight?ay iWpsrt
men!. The bill provides that the de- 1
parraeut shall txwier4tc with th
vcral counties in the buildlns and
Improving of public road. The
State Geologist, a "rofeor of civil ?
Engineering In the I'nivcmftr, a like.
1 professor from the A. & M. College.
Governor, are to cor;titute the com
mlfslon, and they shall appoint a
competent man to be highway cngl
The bill provide that any county
may have the aid of the Snto High-
.'ay uMi;rimeui proviutMK wuru t
v Department providing mch ( ,
mty will pay thrcfourths of i!r
t of construction of road in their ! arV.V 1
r To p.ovido the funds, the Btate
Auditor is authorised to levy, In ad -
ditJon to the levy for general State
purposes, an'annual tax of one-fourth
cf one mill on every dollar of tax
able property In the State Any
moneys accruing from the licensing
or registration of automobiles or ott
er vehicles for which license may
be required, are to go Into this road
fund, to be used in such manner as
the commission may determine
The bill prohibiting the throwing
of saw-dust Iri Big Ivey Creek came
up for "eteenth" time and was final-
I ly passed and enrolled for ratines -
i Hon. This bill waa Introduced at the
! first of the session and has encased
ihe attention of the Senate and
House ---more -or less everInce.ft; In
the future It is to be hoped that uo
one will even attempt to throw saw-
dustMnto the Big Ivey or any of Its
! tributaries. s j
; Consider the amazement of the j
j reporter when just after writing the J
above he learned that Senator Mar- j
tin, of Buncombe, had asked the Sen- !
t ate to reconsider the vote on the Big j
sawnst htn - Hist ouest was!
onf1 tha Kfll wn .rt.vwfAPA
the" committee once-more that
cprtafn cttizpn tn Runcomb may be
Keierrea 10 vommiuw on i-uunc
f " w. .uv. jj .ui. "u; . -'"
appropriations for Slate University, i red, of Johnston, to prohibit the nre
Referred to Committee on Apprcpri-1 less handling of pistols and taakir.3
ations. ' ! tne Pss:8sj0 of pistol by an Inte!:-
The following bills passed thefr
Tn cnnRArv ihp, cattlfl unnlT of
the State. The committee reported
fan amendment making this measure
applicable only to the counties of Ca
tawba and Lincoln. Engrossed and
cent to the House. yi 1
Allowing clerks of court to pay
out sums of money less than $100 to
indigent children.. Engrossed and
sent t- the House.!
Relating to dogs in Granville Coun-
ty. This biir restores to the dogs of
ithat county the ancient prerogative
to run at large,-and was denominat
ed by Senator Basset, a measure for
the relief of the dogs of Granville.
Enrolled for ratification;
Relating to throwing aaw-dust Into
Big Ivey, Buncombe County,
rolled for ratification.
Providing that a fenco four and a
half feet high shall be legal In Per -
quimans County. Enrolled for ratl -
fication. ' v
Fixing time for the hunting of
quail in Sampson County,
i TiefftilaHnsr hnntins: in Washington
i County: Enrolled for ratification.-
Authorizing County Commissioners
I - m'i1rai 'mrtrrt nri flit t fnr farrrt nem. f
t v r r -r- - -
nnfitratlnn xpork. Enrolled for rati-
. " . I.
t 1141111 r,VM.'l. t I I wr 1
Judiciary Committee, reported the
j Judiciary Committee, reported th'e j
! Graham bill providing for "the pay-
imeht-of all appropriations heretofore
or hereafter made, and for the re-
demption of bonds falling due Janu-
Mr.- Basset stated that his commit
tee had acted 'favorably on the bill,
but asked that the bill be referred to
tjie Finance Committee f tot Its con
sideration, and the bill was so refer
red, " . "
4 In t he House.
- Mr. Doughton's bill providing thatj
t cf 4t$ In AlUVMT
t3e aS Os: lUf"UJ
c l nils t ff
r.f vm miJkt4 ttu u :r
So t!e t34 $Lkt. AM t, tit
ifi m Uil 4cc ! Ottiir
Coer.ty d Jcii fttltvc t-f
n:tt f5i.' t.r ir cstttt t4 fif
fa till eofcSl lta xr!k ititr.
Ar.wttrr tiUry fci t ttAl Uf.
1 f CWria4. ts etaa-ttfe
falsry of the t4ffr&!- Cmtt r-n
Other t4U er !JiSrs4sce4 t
; lWf ' ' " ; :
ti4 - rtf 6f Oxford ta tlu srfO
priat far Cifclermt ilonf&t,
1 force: To allair Ikiard f Ant
cilt4r t batJMsc ef 4tt f?
eieilic talldlst mit f ftli iEtNNCi!43
Ttt amend the ftefUaC ratlai 13
jurt4tctt0 i ensum rtrarx. i a
tht a Judgment bf 4etoit aad h
eat by defaall nd tsrf caa U,
obtained at a ttrfcUy tfllnat Jta
tf the. Superior Court. 4
To Ucnd tb tiro for CoSiHtiC
of arreara of ta$rby r3CbrilT aai
To allow tockboHera or dlrccterf
of co'rporatloea to act a ectarlt
own corporation are partlca. . "
-..ci -i - , .. 5' ...
Snator tlarSnf till protlilss
In lh OotcrBor'a til-
to $6,000 if af
fortetl fatorably by thveftttBittti' ';
i i , ... .... .
I !, l ,
f 1 tirconm!
r.lch tl.o i.ni had bii rcfrr4.
nmfdcratlon of the biff &i
til Wedmkaajv A i!U
$ pawed by both f iouca prftht
I ing tne s-r.ippinp oi quau eui oi ia
! Stater " ;" v
I S. U. 234, by MrV ilawklca; fj
i require citizena of the ttfrltorj ffcst
j dclrc to prcserte the free ranch x
noc-atpek law ; conditions to LalM
fences that may be required to pr?-
j f erve auch condition.
j 3. B. 225, by, Mr. Hicka: T$ acend
i unapter ssa, t'uuuc uwi j?o, 13
regard to depoaita by the Imuranc
f comnaniea. Committee on Jtuurasc.
" 8. B. 235. by Mr. llarteil: To
j Amend jtuh-iectioa S of Section 2HS,
! Rcvlcal of 1905, .. reUUnf-'tOffr&
chlae -. Committee 00 Judicfarr.
f S. B. 238, by Mr. Brown:, To
amend Chapter 156, Prlrato taws f
Comraitteo on Counticf, Ciil:3
S. B. 239, by Mr. Hohgood: To
regulate aecurity deposited utdr
Section 14S0, Revltal of 1905. Coa-
mitee on Insurance. ' '
- ! B. 241' br In. London: Relit
aflng to the punishment of aaaufU4
! battery on any febale persott. ? Cos
, - In the Uooae. I V L
A bill was Introduced by Mr. AH
ated perron a violation ot the jxv
-Another bill by Mr. AUred re-
l removes the limitation of two jpcara
aner marriage as oar to proiecouc?
upon giving replevin bond for prcp-
ortr In rlafm ami Atr ntte'-Am
ing, the defendant shall alio lv3
bond of costs before taking hack tt-
property. " r '
Mr. Mooring, of. Pitt, Introduced a
bill allowing widows ol soldiers crr-
i icd up to 1873 eligible for pe&:!;
The following memorials and p ra
tions were presented and referred to
' Long: To memorialize CecgrerJ
to prevent shipment of liquor to Crj
Latham: From ladles Cf Bciufcrt
I County to abolish near-beer sndit4:U
.. eioiiowrag duu wen rfuu
f Torably by the rarioua conaittxc
1 Health: To provide Jor medical
land surgical acnllancei for tlttOTlzX
- - ww -
" Tc protect women from drunken
ness of others. ".v"' J' " " '':-:
(The bllf to allow rraduaU cf
medical colleges to practice tdedlzizi
without State Board license tria r
- . . . . . . ...: -
register ox aeeaa 10 register me
the protection of Flat River Dipt:.
Association. ; ; J '
To tax dogs In Wayne County.
1 ; Tf ComBItte on
A bill was Introduced by Mr. ni:l
ardson to regulate contracts cf rtcur
fty between railroads' and ttcif em
'tA message was read froo G-tctc-T
Kitchin transmitting; reports c2 C :
various enterprises An: whlci tt
State Is interested. - . '
(Continued on pacs 5-