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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Fort Wayne, Indiana OlftOULATIOir FOB JtTLY FORT WAYNE JOUmAL-GAZETTE. FOMNQI 1141. (BY ASSOCIATED PRESS) sttOOJUsWrOsfty WATKB WJHftg SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST IR PAGES. 10 OEVT8 A PRICE TWO CENTS. IS ME ON Jl 91TUFF REVISION-- SPUI ON FREE [IS! 6IU ttu. iXflESfiNfl their coats and for the first time In history invitina the press to be present, the oomerws of the two houses of congress on the wool tariff revWon and farmers' free list bills, sat down in conference com'lose tnwp differences. Finally at 6 p. m. they on and tegan consider- ation of the free list bill. The conference began at 10 o'clock this morning. The wool bill, as agreed upon, will be reported to the senate to-morrow by Senator La Follette. of Wiscon- sin, and to the house by Representative Underwood. They will direct ttorcourse of the bill in those two bodies. As the house has the uawsrs bearing upon the bill, that body will have to act first. Bffootlvs First. bill wan BO amended ae to re- quire that the proposed law shhll take affect October 1, instead of January 1 M provided In the senate and house pleasures. The conferees to have tie report adopted in both houses to- morrow ana the bill quickly started on courpe 19 the white house, the president is expected to veto it The free list bill was under consid- eration for about fifteen minutes, but the conflict between the representa- of the two houses was so pro- nounced that it became neceesary to postpone action until to-morrow aft- ernoon. After fixing 29 per cent, ad valorem M the duty on raw wool and chang- Ing the wool classification so as to 1 conform to tho language of the house PUJ, the agreement on other features a matter of detail. Flat on All The change of classification the of fixing a flat duty on all wools and, while it reduces the rates on or- dinary wools from 36 per cent., as provided In the senate bill, and In- those of the house bill from 10 per cent.. It also increases the rates on carpet wools from 10 per cent., as provided in senate bill, to the 19 fixed by the conferees In most respects the duties on the manufacturers of wool were Increased over the of the house bill and reduced below those or the senate bill so as to make them correspond with the raw wool rate, but In some In- they were made higher than those of either measure A rate of 26 pet cent, on oils and waftee was agreed to. while a rate of 14 per cent, was determined upon for combed wool and tope, including roving and roping, and or It per cent, oti en Instead of one, M Q, and nipt hi the house, bill vfff compromise In- clwns AubttsfOn, Axmlnster, iUoouette ChenUta. W Tout-nay, vel- vet oarpets and oaental, Berlin and similar rugi, and the irate is at SO per cent., which Is 16-par cent, high- er than the senate rate, and ten per cent higher than the house rate of the On the second class of carpets thw rmte was tna.de forty per rent It In- Brussels carpets and velvet and PREDICT THE RECOVERY OF HISJOLINESS ROME, August 2 a m _PopB Plus X had a rather restless night and toward midnight awoke as the result oi a renewal of the burning sensation in his affected knee Treatment by hit physicians, however, relieved him and at this hour fie Is reported to be rest- ing peacefully. The physicians believe ttie pope'B restlessness was due to the heat and tc over exertion yesterday when he ap peared much better. Pope Plus wok a decided turn for better late yesterday So well satis- fied were the Vatican physicians with the Improvement that they predicted a recovery within ten burring; un- foreseen Following thi encouraging declaration. CwiBtial Merf del Val. the papal secretary ot state decided to co to his villa at Mont Bmarl on eundmy for the remainder of the sum mer. The pope sat up in his chair aevera tlraee and with his slsttn ud of nclsJ. who vtslted him The swelllne n the gouty knee In diminishing at His Holiness suffered iesn pain tc SCENES IN BROOKLYN STREff CAR STRIKE; POLICE FEAR MORE SERIOUS RIOTS. (NEWS OF THE WORLD) (Continued on 7, Column 7.) GORDON WAS LAST CONFEDERATE GENERAL TO SERVE IN CONGRESS j'j1 COMET IS ABSOLVED FROM BLAME FOR HEAT WASHINGTON. Aug ll.-The south west, middle west and eastern sections of eaiMtry continued to broil to- day with 103 recorded m Louls- vUle, Kansas City and Oklahoma City mercury in Indianapolis stood at Profrwsor Harry C EOv- t forrcaster, declares Intense w M bwn fdt world this summer has been to a belt of stagnant hot air 2E.OOO miles I DM mllN wide and mile. high, gripping the earth on both tides of equator. forecasts promises relief M soon as cooler can break through the torrlil belt He sboolves comet from connection wlti, the present mtuatlon TEXAS NEGRO" HANGED BY JNRAGED MOB FARMERSVILLE. Texas, Aug. 11 Commodore Jones, a negro who it IK alleged, used Insulting language In ad- IrcsFlng a voting woman over ,ne telephone, wna hanged bv a mob o-nlght Jones was arrested yester- day lo-night a crowd of about scv- men and galni-d iccess to his cell and marching him to the outskirts of the town compelled him to climb a telephone nole At the ton one of the mob waiting A rope was thrown shout the ni'KnVs' neck and hi- was forced to Jump. He wag strangled to death THE WEATHER PRESIDENT WNE REFUTES EVIDENCE OF PERKINS IN SM GOMEZ WILLING TO BE CANIDATE FOR PRESIDENT MEXICO CITY. August Francisco Vawiuez Qomez to-day an- nounced his willingness to become a candidate for the presidency of the republic To an Aftsociated Press re- Porter he said that should the antl- re-electionists nominate him he could not see his way clear to refuse the offer At the same time, however, he de- clared his relations with Francisco Madero were cordial and added, wit a smile, that he was still the candl date for the vice-presidency on th Madero ticket. Another surprise came to-day whe H became know n that the old fight be the church and state would b resumed In Mexico. Notwlthstandlni the separation effected by Benito Ju arez almost half century ago, th Catholic church, acting through th 'National Catholic has for mally issued a call for a convention to place In nomination a candidate fo the presidency. That the antl-re-electionlsts wll pla'-e Dr Oomez I" nomination appear probable In vtew or their formal breal with Madero last night Because o Madero's refusal to nni'il the const! tutional progressive party, which h caused to be crpated a few weeks ago the antl-re-electlo-'-fs repudiated him and named Dr. as the head o their party NEW YORK. Aug 11 strike of the Brooklyn street car men operating the Coney Island and Brooklyn rail- road will be pressed with renewed ac- tivity unless the eoitopuy Ai J leader of the atrlkers, an- nounced that would appeal to Mayor Oaynor for aid In having demands WRESTLES WIIH EVIDENCE; BflYLEUCCESSFOl Although the county were In session the n-reater part of jceterday afternoon digesting the evl- lenre and nrg'iniont Introduced at the u-arins t" diteimlni- whether or not >llver Stc-wHni should be granted a (D R. hiiuor at the fair ,m ailiouinrncnt was taken at oV lock without an aitiaement having been rrarhed Attorney Hoffman, or the hoard, announced that a would he made sometime to-das t is Ken.Tallv that the llc.-nsc will be itrantt-d. although as yet the -nemlHTB of the Ii mrd have Btudiouolj efraliidl fiom milking known their In- entlona In this, regard Securei Renewal. Edward H UoMc. of Hoagland, application for a renewal of his ferine wan mi-t with .1 remonstrance granted MIP dcsln-d ixrmlt tn well liior by the board yesterday ullcr- uon of the motwints) granted. wrecked 103 strlke-breakyrW men put to worir A conductors vu secured when these of the photos In' group shows a wagon which, filltd with coal, was drawn across in Smith street COLOMBIA CITY BOY DROWNS WITH NIS COMPANION Ind.. Aug. ll Adams, editor of the re- I teivcd a telegram Friday evening about In o'c'ock heaving to him the sad news that hU older son, Donald C Adams, and his friend, Al C. Jennlson of Onwforrtjiv lllr- who left here weeks ago S-itiirdny to travel through M r" M ami British Columbia were drowned Thursday afternoon [I IH WKs.tgi w is, from Fltzhugh, Al- herta pruvinio Tanaa.-.. and stated that the c.iiHizeil near Jaun.t cache, thirty miles west The bodlt-a were not founl Thr telegram wjs forwarded hv Kn- lev. Aim sti-vmrt, a railway ton- trootlnfr firm N'n further details given When the nftws wan received It spread over the city and expressed thi'ir drcpest regretn, MS DonuM Adanri WHS a model joung nmn and Was respected hy everymie EDITORS NEXT YEAR MISHAWAKA. Aug Northern Indiana Editorial association closed Its session to-day and this even- ing the are traveling home- ward. Before they left they passed revolutions thanking everybody everything and eipresslng delight at the treatment they received white here They also passed itdktls] for amendment to the Heoburn law which forbids the exchange of news- paper advertising for' railroads, trans- WASHINOTON AIJB 11 for HHriiiii.n unil Sunday portion, lurnt nonheist llllniilH -Ixjral show en ftltunl.iv Sun day warmer In n.irtli nor- northenat winds, hccnmlnir hv huml.n Ha l m day in IlKht tn minler.itr nurtli ici ponlons, 'llllOISl IJ.WIT S.turd.iv and Sumlax moderate e.itt in Inda I.OCAt OFFK'F )INITPD> S-IATKS WKATlil.ll 111 Itl'vi I .ltd fop tti T iftf h hour 7 I' M S M f> M 1" P M 11 r M n, Inrl Ann IS I'M] iniliiig ai 7 p m hi on era of In connection with if reruun- trance nnd held thut Jo- Bmmi nhulDvt did not (five A legal tiowcr of Attnniev With these thrtv nnmoji strli from the rcmon- ntranrf, H wnn held Hint thi1 dncument did nut nhow a tmilonti of tilt1 legal voters of the and for that reason In WILL VISIT All AVAILABLE SITES Ml Ml HIS. A IIK .11 f.i-orm Hi iilnn niinniitiider- JH-ihii'f if trio I mini I'ntifiilc1 uti. Wt anil tnemtipi (if urgri remnvtn jirmnlnc'll fxMnr 111 t'lf iiurtr n ihr i ivii um u Mll brink nf (UK i ivll win OnrAim eil n few WM ic< hi HM-I A lAptalh iml 1 iti l is pionioioil trt hr .1 III nn mint r.ilniid nnil in ftlioiit he nanifil l.rliriiitli i K JIM NT 21- M J; 3 P H., 77 4 f M J] 7? I-' U S T! i! Klulii it vrnt. I IllrhfM i tin'- rlrst nr ninnih 17 on din lOti, MM, r the nr-t or i fin ilir ith tin Infill (tif u cnillns at 7 1 p ni nl.u none ruinf.li -.Itin- thn flf.i <1 MI. month. Mliiiilllliih HvlllIlM lillhll.lll'. 7 a m M-Hii-rdrfv 71 i ent 7 p ni p, r it-nt remifpd to Unel 7 n in tcnl.iv ll, In hm 7 p in ti, 14 ,nf( HlKtiril wlnrt vplorltv tn mill hour, fiom the ai I', w n m fii-nliii-ntH of tin- Flrit fierond nml Eighth wards ,iinl nicnihi rh of the K.nt ftl'li Miiumfi inn] Iin in. til th, niimh, r of mmr.ll 1.1 rn.'t't Sumliv ill. iin ..ii it i I, fi.um I'.inl (hi nlirpiiM of i iiinniflif IIIK- n fiiiinl ovrf Ifuit jtc.- lion ol thi in ili.rniK will, ti th. will liispni sndt .IfpiTunl nlilr put k inn POUCH Mi.M.r ('.ititmiifr w Sh. 1'ntt-ihfill the of On pink hoiinl ml Jimrui DU he. uiitiiih folumbln. tbL nrw? iviilxeu ti, n hy the chief of po- 'I lie biuiii n.nl not rr win, arn.strd Mrn lilllinits r. ocUed a letter demanding Uiat JIJIHI In wuippcd I In a bundle or old lothes nnd Riven I to a rriHri who wiiuld c-all and auk for work nisi, for a imehaice" I Mrs Liillingw notlilcil the polko and tlu-y wen orclnl ut tht grounds ol the lillhnxs liorni at U'24 Weal Lake street whrti Allllt, ap- peared 'I want u Joti Aliout the hnrscs Mills SHld to tin mild who answered the dooi .mil whu h.id IM.-II i oin hed "We no su( h work ahe irplled. Well th.-n him about that paok aue'" Mlllw is to a.ikfil Detsctivsi Gat Buty. Al thin point the maid inUteil the vl-irm Into thi> hiin.sf and notified Mr1- Thf muni was a humllp ot olil lothi hut thi-re WHO nu inmii v ninii.ili'il within ll ami this Fhe hiniliil to Hi, rnuro Then the deietmi-4 Ktrppcd In and MillH' arrest il lie axjiiism-il "iirprlse at Ills deten- tion Hf ilt hv r.inif to Chi- froui r.ino riicht ,uid that met a itr.inirfi nunie .ifl John HenihliKs lit n.lilrkR, he -tHlil. asked him if In H.intid to turn lifts dollarw Mills u Illlnr nnd h( siild hf wns t to Kit thf HIllliiKs home and to usk tin ilmxtions nlmut work the pukjiw.- M.' to his HI in thi i onililcilori of hn lulinr Mills iiftnr hln arnvt lni N w hf 11 wwe elected >k follows-: 8, K Boys, Plymouth flirst J. D 8t Joseph Second vice- president, A. Mniirer, South Bend Trttiune, socrctari. J. A Oo- Democrat: O W Hur- ray, Nappanee News; executive com- mittee, J. R. Snyder. Gary Post, S. R. Carr, Gary Tribune; S E Boys. Plvmonth Chronicle; J A Beane Oo- shen Democrat; A. J. Bowssr, Ches- terton Tribune. A heavy rain fell early to-day. cool- Ing off the atmosphere and making life more ntpasant The editors visited the dlffrri-nt factories of Mishawaka in automobiles Then thev went over to South Bend, and the of the South Tribune, Times and Newt, had luncheon at the HotcJ Oliver As the giieBta of Sam railroad, the Southern Michigan. were to RO to St. Joseph, Mich this afternoon and take a ride on the lake, and after that to start for home It wan decided to hold the next ses- sion at A special resolution wan Bitnnted favoring A D Mofft-tt. of the Elwood Record, for president of tlie N'mlonil Editorial association, and urging that' thf next meeting of that body be held at Chicago WASHINGTON, Thome, president of the Trurt Com- pany of America, which became In- volved In the flriancial panic of IMt, the affairs of whjch have been linked with the taking over of the Tennmta Coal and Iron coppany by the States Steel corporation at that followed Oeorge Perkins to-day a witness before house commtttw of inquiry into this affairs of the oorporfttion. Mr. Thorne foiiclbly declared, con- trary to the testimony given by Mr. Perkins and many other witnesses the Trust Company of America Ijikc Shoic Tin sill If KlMK I r II IIM I ,t In ml illiJ Ih, ,i I mt i I him I lni kll K' M i I in i ihtriivnnd thi n mi iht ii i K hint III f ill i I, Mi if Ir nil i III! s niili M in ,1 ihhi >l around Mni n I Soi t Ih, i u ol tin i ,r- lump, I m t In in M i fni mi f 'i nkrr i jMni i n i t i .III JIIIIH A nil i Slit, KI n ii'ir stil K liinlinl I. iiri IIIKP Mi htiiiH i iinliv iliit-i! uikli iiiil Ml iiiriliiil i 'I'lu- ti tin t, i.....IT ii t M in II i iv, IM fin HIII I jiMit i ill i !i i Ml I, i'esi niKlit 'l ird i' M i 1 hi ,11 'l u i is vt r i tliotis.ind "i I'H d t, KO fn.in St 1-inU t. i hi, ilireeily Hi tl (.'lit he rnftdi f.n a, f jifiiKXi off, red hv Victor J. KvUHR, nn Wsshlngtoo,
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