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l.'.! iFOR GOD FOR COUNTRY AND FOR TRUTH. "
$1.00 a : Year, In Advano.
PLYMOUTH."" N. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913.
SyfjT).! a ' ' .
V; J I! 1 ii H J1 il ll M
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I'JILSOIIi CLEARS UP
- " . -'I f ...
WITH NO TREAT-
President 'Does Not. Favor .Exempting
Deputy Collector of Internal Rev
enue and Deputy United States Mar-
njtries with ,yhich -the
had4 no Special treati
WslUngto,n.- Various interpreta
lions of the, five per cent rebate jro
' vided iby ttie tariff law for imports "In
American 'bottoms are being taken up
by President Wlon anft' tie , epexta
of the State a.na Treasury Depart
ments. I I r-tU 1 ?ri
The President' tbid alters that the1
intent of he framera of the provision
merely w.aa o gvj. !5pgr 'centdls?
count of imports coming in American
ships from coun
United States ha
Offhandl tjie Pj-idetfit t inclined tot
uie opinion jnai in cases wuere viva.-
ties were jniforce the jdiscount would
not be ooerativeVJ 1 V 'A ? v
Customs receipts at New York the
first day of -the pprfttrion df tie,nffv
tariff Uw.t reached the record figure
of $23,374. The usual collection at
New York? amount to $70P,Ttt00.- J Col
lector Mitchell made most of 'the ass
essments under the new law and the
big increase ;ls believed to be'chist-in
a large measure to heavy withdrawals
from bonded warehouses. Seventy per
cent of th Importations ottfte Jioufl,-
try are brought In at New York and
the figure received y SecreUry Mc
Adoo gavejthfe firarindex'to tht results
of the new? lw. . a
President Vilson indicated that he
did not f4vor exempting from -Civil
Service Deputy Collectors of Internal
Revenue and... deputy-Unite-d States
marshals provided 4n-th-urgent-iefi--
ciency bill as.4M4-4Mhe Sentft
He told callers it was originally in
tended that only special agents should
be exempted because of their neces
sarily confidential, relations with col
lectors. The Civil Service Commis
sioners protested to President Wilson
characterizing the exemption as detri
' mental to the Civil Service. Objec
tions also have been raised by many
Thaw's Treaty Rights Not VU.ated.
'Washington. None of Harry K.
Thaw's treaty rights as an American
citizen were violated when Canadian
immigration ' authorities forcibly de
oorted him a few weeks ago. That
was the ruling of Solicitor Joseph W.
Folk, of the state department. Thaw
asked the state department to make
representations to the British embas
sy in protest against his deportation
on September 10th. In holding that
none of bis rights had been violated
the state department declined to do
Yuan Shi Kal New President of China
' Pfikine. China. Yuan Shi Kal wa3
elected president of the Chinese re
TMiblie for a term of five years! He
received the necessary two-thirds
vote of the" united houses of parlia
ment of the third ballot. Of the 850
members of the house of representa
tives and senate, 759 were in attend
anca On the final ballot Yuan Shi Kai
received 507 votes, only one more
.than the necessary two-thirds.
nmand For Currency Reform.
Washington. President Wilsori'
showed callers a huge stack of tele
grams and letters from all over the
which, he said, indicated a
desire for immediate currency legiJ
lation and contained approval of the
main features of the administration
hill as Dendine in the senate. Many
"letters were said to be from bankers
who did not wish to .be quoted. Mr.
Wilson retterated his confidence of
signing the Ml during the present ses
sion of congress.
Confession of Over Twenty Murders,
Chicago. While the police are sat
is fled that Harry Spencer Is guilty of
many murders beside that of Mrs
Mildred Allison Rextroat they were
forced to conclude that his statement
of (murdering twenty persons is an
exaggeration. Spencer is addicted to
the opium habit, a symptom of which
ia imftjrina.tkm. Some years ago it
was learned that while in prison
at Jftilct. where the prison authori
ties regarded 'him as mentally defect
ivo. anA at times confined him in the
NtWS OF, NORTH CAROLINA
snort 'Paragraphs of State News That
'Has , Been Condensed For Busy
1 - v People of StateA v'
Charlotte. Cotton is opening at
least two weeks earlier tUa fall than
. - . --. ' . ft r: ?
last. The Newton; Cottons market -1$
attracting the I growers tor nilfe
art)und. .Recenty several bales have
been hauled from Lincoln county.
' Greensboro. George " H. Hauser "of
Winston-Salem filed a voluntary peti
ticyiMn bankwpley,rilrtiie DlsirJt
Court'of the United States, Judge Boyd
signed ,an( orer. o.adiudicatipiin'd
appoitfted W. H.Yafbx5rdugfi or Wifl
Winston-aIlm:i&The ftlpori oHs
pervision of "Sales Bynum shows 'th;at
durlngeptember "the - leocai ; leaf to
bacco market sold 2,553,389 pounds of
tobacco, this brlngln352J24.86, n
arerage'.of $3.81 . the '100 pounds,
tWs, is 'h$ highest Setlferlaylrae
'in theTiistory of the market."
Wilmington. That the people wb.o
favor local option ra, Wilmingtoit, -fp
wiich a Uiftinas beek hntrqcfufceWin
the Legislature, are very earnest in
I VI 1
1 1 uuu oi wbrivwn
MANY CHANGES UGGESJED
With Tariff Out of the Way, Demo-
qfafidj Ueaderr; Will
forts on Money Legislation.
thc .surtott Is jevteioed y P
'tallin which it is1 set Idrth that a' city
of Wilmington's size ought to havea
right to syi fcowflt feilajl b4 fcavferndd
work on raisinK vGity of
which suhV'in the rfver f several
The wrecking crew, at
ago, lfas made little progress, and it
is. fera 1hs4 (bbdlsla'totawficki SBe
was broken almost in two amidships
bya pverloading ,of cott&4 at-one end,;
!and is valued ax $15,0Q0-"-.;f,; -r-
.Concord, Ladies . of the city . who
hivferbefn aippoiatedHo .solicit pre-y
miums for the coming poultry show
, will, spon, call on the .busuiBss menifprw
,that purpose tMs' hOped1) make tne i
premiums especially attractive this
make the'howjjB'ven a beAter one tlian
the most successful one.neia jn xvn
Sohool Board have authorized the 'elec
tion of additional members of the fac
ulties of the Orange Street, Park Ave
nue and Catholic Hill schools, reports
from the 'principals of: the three: hsti
tutions, showing that the, cpndltjons
are' such that it is essentia1 ttii more
instructors be employed.
Onenegrf; C njanjjaniejl.
relleyed-joi-.the.lonr nraft-a.ont, exxa
sideration of the tariff will focus its
attention on the second of the Dem
ocratic rpform measucM. - ban-khie
and currencyv legislation gb y
Tlioupi fjief adninislaon fcurfenjpyl,
billsily passed the house, Its path
way In the senate is admittedly full
of obstacles. At present .the senate
i4g diuBdel Wa!UiSyettlJe(
gun consideration of the bill, intend-
1 tag if of zLlttsl fell Bys to9Se loHieay
proMhen baftltefs -&nd. finance' J ex
perts. PredictioQS at the capitol are
general t!ia)tfbf ;'a moaTktM:eaftef;
fiie 'seriate committee fwllf be at w6rk
MtM Aici i nr nTuci I
n urn m ' MX '
3 ilpijM 4 W 'ji l V.' i- i' "
1- 'I, ' iJm ,;V 1 '" i . . i. , III ,-.., ,
m$iiW ' fiat's J-i'-f; H;10 M " ;!
i ' ... . . .
on the measure, considering nu
amend&edtL Oil 4KiK
While there was unanimity of prin
fp rovitfiein wldalv dlvere-
"i rrrr r r rrr t f ri" i t :i w
erit1 view's Tare held lay Deniwraticsen-
ators on banking, reform. A strong de
sire formal siogle banktltlt bancle
nder,gerTernHra3t control, instead 01
a l-oo-innnl , rpsprvft svstem of baQKS
hasfnlyts ejariaii in JtJieVsIor-
utner cnanges 01 a
retphbag char:jcte.rfe bipg ss.
ted xftHd'Mt lit'egardlgeRteraliy1!
doubtful if a bill satisfactory to the
ttioIto thihftwvi." a. hpAter one tlian'l ".e nooF t
nousenere ia a jcuu-i . v i
Ashevle-Te membjersspf tlie ity filedb Jfiat tfe ll will bessedhisiigryjume,
i. ... n. - i ri .v..T. J . . ..i.i I .11 v i .hi ill.
-il a ncyt nn tni Rr Jl TllTR I "
session or be placed on the statute
books, at any rate, before the first of
the vear. The president wants thori
ough consideration, of the currency bill
ahd any improvement that '"the senate
canmftkeiupdnj thiSieasurfc,, ,as Daps-j.
ill h wfilromen.
three others, all employes of the city
on Uhe sew.er construction force, had
narrow escapes when they were
caught by a c&ve-in in, a. 15-foot ditch
on Thfrd Avenue. When . excavated .
from the grave of dirt several feet deep
Hoyle was nearly dead; but was soon
Washington. The Interstate Com
merce Commission granted the appli
cation of the Norfolk Southern &
Norfolk & Western, Atlantic Coast
Line and connecting railroads to es
tablish the same rate on special iron
articles, carloads, and less, to Wash
ington, N. C, as obtain to Newbern
from points on the Pennsylvania and
Baltimore & Ohio Railroads.
Concord. The United States civil
service commission announces tlhat an
examination will be held at Mount
Pleasant October 27th to fill a con
templated., yacancy in, the , position of
fourth-class postmaster - W Mount
Pleasant. The compensation of the of
fice last year was $727, The age limit
is 21. years and over and the "applicant
must .reside ,witbhv the . territory sup
plied by the office. ?
- Fayetteville:-Capt. Paul Watson of
the aetiVe. corps. of 'the ( Fayette ville
Independent Light Infantry, who has
been called the best commanding 'of
ficer the ancient 1 company ilhas - ever
had, and Lieut. Alton G. Murchison,
his first lieutenant, have resigned their
commands, .and retired from, ther r
urd.; Cat .Watson; v'wna ikhs.
iionai uardH Cat
seen more than ten years service, re
tires with the rank of major, under a
rule of ftha ,Wor, artmenj., f j i 'm
' mgtonUlircit ColiM
its regular weekly meeting endorsed
the movement recently placed ou.foo.tJ
by Wilmington citizens to procure
another ptissengpi? train pn the rSea
board Air VLn$, leaving Wilmington
late in the afternoon, and urged upon
the manafcefiientf of the (Seaboard hei
compliance with the wishes of the peo
ple here. The - belief was expressed
that such additional service to the
public would fully compensate the
railroad for such train by increased
Raleigh. The Wake County teach
ers held their first meeting for the
session several days ago in the Raleign
high school auditorium. The examina
tions on the reading course was given
that day, the, first section beginning
at 10 a. m. an dthe second section at
WinstoniSalem. Jim Smith, the 9-year-old
son of Mr. Jule Smith of this
city was accidentally shot by his play
mate, Harvey Gross, agev12, years re
cently. The boys were in '-"the woods
near the Chatham Mills, playing w.ith
32-caliber pistol, which one of them
ad taken with him from his home,
and -currency system is necessary to
meet the commercial expansion which
he expects will follow the operation
of the new tariff,
'. The president's v$ew,v of, .the ,'eff ecof
the tariff is in accordance with expres
sions from Representative Underwood
and other Democratic leaders that
while reductions in some "cases will
be immediate, the general benefits will
not be apparent at once. Even though
the tariff laws might bring many im
ports into this coutnry at low rates
or free of duty, the evils of price fix
ing, underselling and other discrimi
nations in retraint of trade might, in
thA nresident's opinion, defeat the
fruits of tariff reform.
EARTHQUAKE IN CANAL ZONE
inthmus Rocked bv Earthquake and
ftiiiUino Severely Shaken.
? i i r. v, ia -
curred on the isthmus. It was almost
equal in intensity to the former shock,
ita-duration being irom iu 10 10 sec
onds1,. ,,;! rli mi y'.iiui-i
Buildings were severely shaken,
but apparently no. daatage was done
beyond the fallingi Qf plaster and the
mwn ne' of sue it nssures. in a lew
structures! m:'! UM
Reports from the canal zone offl
cials indicate that neither the locks
nor any ,pat1t dP4iie canal' 1 suffered in
any degree whatever.
mt. r-A.AInrr. . 1 no fAiimen 1 5 Indlfrat'
M ii"u( ''f J",""
KaHMaVtneShbfcltAfd about the in
tensity of that of the former, and
M-aA TtrapHfniiv thp same area.
1 UICICU iM.ivw..rf , wv-
bftjvle,iral nt of the disturb-
ranee about liu mues irom trxuxma
,I iCQldnT-rAn earth shock lasting four
or five seconds was felt at Colon. The
canal,.-? officials at Gatun report no
damage-to the canal. As in the pre
vious case, residents were much
aTkrmd) oye;r tjie tremors, many of
them seeking safety, in the streets.
The massive walls of the Panama
railroad freight house, built in 1857,
were cracked in several places as a
result of the earthquake. A concrete
building in the course of construction
also was damaged.
CAVALRY AND ARTILLERY TO
Property ?- H undress ..Cross .
7 fulBi44a8JWC4 U
San Antonio, Texas. Two squad-
f-the sTWrd -avalrypone ma-
of th Thifdt cavalry
of the T bird m$ld ar-
cojgimanf or yJg- voi.
"were rushed in three
cnorini tmlna over the Southern Pa-
KitficS llhe-fo Eagreip&s.t ThV first
special departed at one o'clock) and
tae -Ottier 'two'fblfowed a-s yon' hitef
as nosslblei Nq , de finite jreasop. was
given out "here at department nead-
gripped this city, the provisional capi
victorious morthward march qf the
Federals aiid 'the1 5 arrival' of hundreds1
of refugees - from "the surroundtog (Va1-
catedcouritryfs..-,!)v!-li r. if i
"Consul': Blocker's warrjing to for
eigners to Jciuit1 Pledras Nfegras SVas'in
anticipation ef rioting fshould; th;e Cbn
stitutionalists be forced. , to; .abandon
their provisional capital.. As the Rebejl
army is being driven northward by the
governmen't troops d under General
Maas the jinsijrgept.arej setting fire
to the jvilliges as they, retreat and re
ports from) the 'front 'indicate 'that' the
Federals are? closing i in on flie irtown;
of Sabinaivfrpijaiwhicjij .Constitu
tionalists; jvill.faU. bapk on either Mat
amoras, acrbs the ' boundary -from-Brownsville
cc tu Pieoias Njegrasi M'in
- i '
COTTON CONDITION DECLINES
Average Deterioration of 4.3 points In
dicated bjf tjhe Journal of Comrerce.
New -York. The condition bfi cotton,
as compiled from nearly nineteen hun
dred replies? f -special correspondents'
of the Journal of 'Commerce1 'bearing'
an average 'date' !of '. September 23;s
67.1 per cenc'6med! w
cent a mon'ti7Vg6v 6r ('clo.Q .pilf "4$.
points. ' This, compares with 7P-S . per
cent, a year agCviTOiS.JnaSlL 65.7,in.
1910 and 59.5. in 190--The -ten-yean ar-
ROOStVELT STICKS TO PARTY
II I i. 1 '' . - - '!t,
SO HE DECLARED AT DINNER GIV-s
() E N ON EVE, O F ; p E PARTU R E , ", ,
FOR SOUTH AFRICA. ,.
f ieit - -i- ' :
hi Warns His Opponents That the
Fight llasi Just Begunfor His j
i c t Principles.,
New ' Ybrk.-Theodore ' Roosevelt
bade his friends farewell. ion the. eve
of his departure , on a .journey to un
explored regions of ' South 'America;
at a dinner given; in his honor 'by the
Progressive national, service and the
Proeressive service of the' state, . of
Naw Yorki Addressing ' some ' twb
tliousarid men .and women.; who. gather
ed in his honor at the New Yoi;k Roof
Garden; the coldhel apparently thought
to put a quietus i on published reports,
that he intends, to return to the Repub
lican party! "' ' "
J'i Varn our opponents that the 'fight
has only just begun," he said, his voice
reaT3ngfip his earnestness., "I will
.never abandon tne principles to wnicn
we! Progressives? have pledged' our-
selTBSi'' i' i. ?., j 11 ,f .."' ,
. ; The; wildest enthusiasm greeted his
assertion. Waving bandanna handker
chiefs and napkins the diners jumped
to their, feet and . cheered tor hair a
minute.. Only once during, the evening
did Mr. Roosevelt receive a greater
ovation; Toward the- close of the ; ad
dresssof Glfford Pinchpt the,toastmasT
ter, uerewere criea ui. . vve want ieu
dy ! " Raymond Robins of Chicago head
of tlie" Progressive national service,
leaned ' across the guest table. , , "Yes,
we, want him; we' want him we' want
him as president," he shouted. Then
tUe'crowd let loose, rising; from itheir
feats to applaud. Mrs. Roosevejt was
a witness of the tribute. '
Progressive' Jeaders,meul and 'worn
en, including forperHUnited States Sen
ator isevenage, senators snsiow ana
Miles Poinflexter, Gifford' Pint-hot, Mrs
Frances Al - Keller,- jta Charles i i Si
Bird and John Purroy, Mitchell, were
seatea at .uie guest tame.
B0Y KILLS SEVEN PERSONS
. Hi I J , I j -1 . .(,
Lad 'Enraged , .During an, .Argument
and Ran Amuck With an Ax.
Nantes,: ! France.5 A boy IS years
(.old murdered. with an ax seven people
Iffauthe-village, ,of., Basbriage-en-Land-
erage is 68.2; per centl wMle the"av'Neatr,'iinthe department of the Loire
erage decline' for tae' same' period 'fs
5.3 points, j Deterioration occurred In
all states, biit ''Was mo'steVer' in ou
Woman Gored to Death by Cow.
Eatonton, Ga. Miss Sallie Arnold
was gored to death here by a cow. A
dairyman had turned his cows loose
to graze. Miss Arnold had left her
home to visit a neighbor. In passing
the cows one of them which had a
young calk attacked Miss "Arnold. She
called some little boys to her assist
ance, but they could do nothing with
the infuriated animal. A , Ina- sh0rt
while the angry '''cow had tdrnber' al
most to pieces. Her brother, John
Arnold, who came to her rescue, was
isiana, Arkapsv.T'epnessee ,$j$spijri
and Oklahoma,...,, ;
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l 11! IJ
thfrtriMiTB J .;- ;!: ' 'i.
The' Iad.j Marcel Rednreau, .was" cm
pfpyed' as a vine, cutter. , He and his
e'mpioyer, George s Mabit, were press
ipg gripes iwh'en a dlscussloa arose be-
i tween; ;them.; RedeuTeau, .angered, seiz
i Octj. SepLi Diff.-'1912.id..anJ ax and cut Mabit's throat, kjll
N. Carolina ;"v v74:S . U-'bO.WS'f--mm: .jnsianuy;
S Carolina. . AW-ltS " " 60.7sfs" Tfte-boy! hurried to his employer's
Georgia.-- 4,.v" SiS-S.O- rS:2 "6o:S,hlOilse,, dashedvup to Madame Mabit
Florida. i T'u,:W.9trdW' l.'S"4 W.i ''arid "slashed her throat till, she was
Alabama: illMlMm then ; killerf .'J,
Mississippi fc Us.O,,.",,. ,5,66.7,,,. SUll, carrying !nis dripping ax, .Mar,
Louisiana. ! 62.4 i -IOlO-. ,.69.1 ;cel,orqceeded to another-room, where
Texas v .
0.5 i 7,3.6.1 he dispatched to his employer, moth.
'jj.ai.67.0 i77.0 j'10:Q' 71J0 ) rer-Uien--killed
' 1:,'.8.0' 81.0l,'13.6"'70'.2'f dren? ' lie spared a foiith child, aged
i -,v.4?9"Riulff, n'rt'i ir'ttT'i.'lfiner bv . their .side. ,. .,, , . ,.-.!
l ,:i I
' N i I ft.
1; ,!r ..,,.!,,
Redeura'i went to bed apd slept
calnl)1 '.till, 'next -morning Svheri the
bodies', were discovered by 'villagers.
ihW piiu i&urnn but,
ONE GREAT PLED4'CoiWO
CRATIC PARTY REDEEMED
AFTER f STBOdt E-l h&n&l
THEM E AS OR E B EC0M E&LAW is sBti.J
Ti i-An'iU ii itiUViuii$ i?61f feitj J3
TWt .Worlt .Pfln'jn Comped,up?ort bWi
, era of the Bill Give a Sigh . .
, ii,Washingtop. The one rfat4, pledge rVti 4
ofi.tb& Democratic .WSJ fffiVvisii SiJT
deemed. ,,Tha , Underwood tariff, Mfe ;m u
,is 5aowaa; acomplisd ac t. ni.i ..
now the law 01 the lana. i . - . .
The last official !kct to mke this-ft
realization ; was thet isigaafiurtfi of tSte;- a ti tA
president of the Upited, StateswWca iau
was affixed to the hill. Tnis was'.the. f
most impressfve'ceneleflaedon6s, t
the ehtlre stqrmyanitrouhtorte.
of the bill from the ways and means . ,
committee, ot the' house tbliVS ffnat dess V K
tinatiori the white hedse, Ih'the Ni- V "ma it
ence of the vicepresideat ot.tbejqa'i al
ed States, the membe'rs 'of "his cabinet . yt
Senator Simmons' and the"' irfemb'efs Jit hJ i'i!i"t
th;e finance; committee; M?.?Undenvc4)d t ! '4
'and ' the' (ways ,andt ,meapa.jCpmptt fa
and the members pf the ,'press, the 4
president signed' the Uill' ;iJ ,i 5 ,ni!I
Those who had been ttte. mosti active ?nVV .k
in its construcUoai,andn;fl4e h.t)fcr
preserve it from the various, contend- ,
ing interests! wh'o. sought i&rddfedt anet 'siVs'iA
impairment breathed .a s,iglj pi. Uft a4i
when, they beheld the las officfal act qir fj
w.hich(1completed;thielr l&Brors.i:J W;5''5 lu' "
A happy , group of legislatpf 34 liaemi ki&q
bers of the cabinet and jfrb3ndsienci-;j tr
fcled the:presidentasie smilingly Sat lj
step' in the emancjpatipi.o ustness; dt
was currency ' reform, " lie" earnestly ' .-.
. . . . . w i . ; ...I fit alTti.i
down, slowly ' affixed fhiS ' sigriatute "
rwith twd gold pens.t U tiuifiiil iillAvl m
derwoodithe pen tbat had written tife 4
word. 'JWoodtroW" kttdf th4onb which-"fi
had1 completed his riame Us Sena;tor .,Sai t M
Simmonst ! both jot .whom j bpwed , thei? uh,m
appreciation. ' -;- ..
' In impressive1 silence tue;fresidnt 'V
rose ' and delivered xinj eaaja infeu3na ;r?f , itial
tones! an, eitemporaneQis, speech tat,t tij
brought prolonged applaiise The pres-" '
Ident' declared thalthejourneyorie- r-?i J
IsliHird ttWenmnHahmelit hart nrflv fc'fH?j lhwf''l HiH
partly. comted: tiat BJWjJSji y fa
had been, done for the rank and file
of the country feutithati4he ii8edbnj ita Ja y lit
rest of th?-JouieyJtiKitnbhiitiii4a ?t mi
,1 Te!&vn& but distinguished audi- . .t,
ejj.ee, that heaM the presiderit's: spieecH A V'U"
crowded about him i af trwarp " wlthjl v t S Is a'A
cohgratuliUons;, Leadlp ,nWt!,ff m g ftiJ
the Democratic party Speaker Clark, .
Secretary jBrya n ' and JftepresentaU ve H v ' Srt 1
Underwoodi ;stood olgetliw, .iap!km0iini!frjti( ifi
with theprfesiden,t, 0 Uq first busines,,
piece of , lerislatibri 1 that had been &c- 6 3
of reform.) Ttoeyj gavje.tftet presidtptJ st.Hfaf
their f personal congratulations, and .
reiterated ronrfisesJ ! Bf Support. f l "
' The,'bill, jaccompknad ly theisConfei!- !ytft1
ence report as .aeed on tyjhfy sen , $,,541
ate, came Into the house as soon.ai , .
that body : met; J For btAr aft'liourHh'
house debited s ..towlafe'ctt0n!iUh.
Should takej, 8orn,e of jthe parliamntafy
experts arguing that ho further' action 7.
was necessary, ;t while! -others United
the house u,ust xecede jfronitst con iiJJ i
promise' cotton' futures tax-i . ... .-.j A
; Speaker ClarVfinall upheld thellat-'f r
ter convention, !andtthehouse iihtctir"'" i!'!1
voted the' tottqu,; tart put, q the, rif fjfk
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Dill. ' - u lie iiasi. voie wnsit-itmitsu sl ,
i.ai -.t' !ifiT-o,il .;Tl J
his name to thecomptete4vbiil tan4 iiaJfeAiliit.
and It had bfftfti sisftedlli
.dent; Marshy? -.Tlerkpithesiaevsrt i'-Hf'f
then took charge of the bill, and con-, .
veyed it ti the whitfe 'hdUse.S'HUii 1vA
. ,. ,., ,t ., ,,i 4S'u jo 6i!s
Uttiue id' tuc!uuwi,iEv:i mu tun nwnimiit
iln ten iminate. Chief iClerk. fferry Q ftn
til; haft' carried It .to the senate, ; r
it hadlbeeni signed! 6 VicePeSi. Ri &na
nt n kMsti cflr.H&ttPt'? A
Cavalry Regiment ;Move, on Capital.
Winchester, Va. Historic Shenan
doah valley witnessed" scenes .'Which
recalled . war days' "as" a line of' iiaval
rymen, fully three miles long, riding
tv.n nhrpftst. wended their war over
the country roads starting jaa. theU?4 surface and 1 elevated ; traffic fa
long march across country tolP&brlitf' lty. suburbs .for., several fiours,
5 j rjT nrnno'Hi, lnco that ari
ton. The troopers, comprising -"tne
, .'. New York Ravaged by Storm.
3-Newi York. A rainstorm that reach
ed almost cloudburst proportions .'de
scended on 'ewjYorki establishing a
record precipitation that flooded the
streets, tied up' -tlie1 subway, ha mper-
andF Vaased property . loss that can
,ciicey! ibe- estimated; Two persons
iweiei killed and! several, injured.. Four
mii'werev buried la a,, sewer cave-in,
l;,v'( fwTte' rescued. Lightning .' played
,W4rfttn bf tet'eBl"eFclty'"Bnd"'trtlck' aQ eleTat
'ifmVl"1' Vii yiVdTTa'r;andi!eyerafi.ftrilldlngs.-l f
mente of UnMat3acT&4rj maa
been -in campines ke4fori BeveYtfl
months worktngi'oC"wm prbblttiis ftf
accordance wKV a
eral staff of the5
( Chief; TaKe His QwnjLjfej
many years 'had been
,'the. ire department
mitted . suicide here , brkshoeing bJpi-Kll SI fiiff r
9elt;in the tenipie. His, boy was rg tJ .
found 'in. a barti1 oh triepretriises14tti-'1. v'
mlitnlv nfloi- tha tf dVllKff tv-1jH.1 j fc.,'t
heard, death resulting Inuaboait,twfci-, fc $ut
tjr minutes, Although, he 'did nt re-, 1 s
gain consciousness, hfi self-tieittuctioh "SdiuM 4
is supposedi to.;haj-e;!beert vaufift bsriMi lnl ti'-
despondency,, under whche las-been,4 u
laboring for 'some weeks. ' . , , . '
1 ; Liiii. U:!;tt.3'.i !dt
Want (Good Roads Man ;io3.Cabiiiei 4!;iatst
Detroit,, ivlich. Declaring thef loaarj' imJlif
by reason : of ' bai roads, "whicV'every-
where llessenl aa' pi;oVsl of inddtrjl. a'llOol HW
increase the cost of. living .and,. hujpd tit EVta
business enterpmes, am0.unV.3 to mil! t , ,nMr,,,i
lions -fof dqllars: annNikily; ' hh x Ameri' 1 V
teas Road Icrjgi'ess.iiiow' ia! sasslbn'lklti I fi3it
Detroit adopted Resolutions, favrpg
the creation Of a national apartnent-4 ,i
of public works, directed 'by -'a secte tv' J-1
tary wliO; shall be m mEa.br.t til a-. J 'S-jcqO
president's, cabinet. "Other; .resolutions i . f. ,
. . 3 . . , ! f4i,Ai, i-t i,n T" 1 h ft", r rAT. la.
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