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   San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, San Antonio, Texas                               Fairbanks Scales WACOM. PL4TTOUC iXD COUW te Altai HicftiM t AXTONIO COB CHUB VOLUME-L1JI NO. 354. Blacksmith Coal IN ITOCK. WE SOLICIT OKDaTM, F. VV HE1TMANN CO.1 HODBTOM SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1918. -TWENTY PAGES. ESTABLISHED 1865. SENATE IMPOSESTAX CHILD UBOR AaeBtotBt to Rerenne BUI De- to Replace Law Declared UaKowtifcitioM! Adapted, 50 to 12. PROVISION IS SAID TO HAVE APPROVAL OF PRESIDENT V'jeal of Existing System of Postal Rales and Sub- of Modified Plan Contem- Tax Revision in Ef- fort to Insure Extended Recess. llj Associated 1'rcfw. C., Dec. Adoption of a cfnmiitce amendment imposing a 10 peV cent tax on proftis from child labor products entering in- terstate commerce was the only action by the Senate loday on the war revenue bill. The vote on the amendment to 12, with Democrats casting all the negative votes. Debate on this contested provision and two hours' unexpected discussion of other subjects delayed progress on the bill, but leaders still hope for its passage by next Monday wifri a view lo securing an cxlcnded recess the holidays. Tomorrow (he Senate plans to take up (he amendment for repeal next July I of (lie existing zi.ne system of second-class postage rates and substitution or a modified -..one system. Several Senators expect to deliver speeches on this subject. 'Hvc chilli Jiilmr u........Imcntv drafter! Jointly by Srmilora ruiiiercnc of obto   TJioj- tlfi> cKvMnvl Ihnt primary purpose In not rulsc! rovniui', but lo mr-cl Ilic nf llio Niinrrini' Court In tkjt> clilli] Inbur   I'nrln. Mr. HaVrr sulil tlie Mnl, lec-dlnj tin tlin llu-iry Ihnl wllti rlHoli ETeal mull) raoluim, iimjon ami U la nn whully ulitie.'vM- mil frotn tlic. vleis' of Ilir ilepirt. of hltfhrr (Tnnfe l.cj HM will inure tliMl nil ilenu Tlcrro uo In HI vlt rioin the Hictl nllll iiroinollciN. l.o orn, en who Hiejr rnlrr Hin tlMerf I'oriii on Kaih Will of Ifu-Tft In grajt, whlfh Ii4 hern fully prou. U.I In ihU war. far promotion! go. It wa> Haiti. S'o j.ro- wliu rici nut rnler the on illurliirKe bnl Mr lUVer lie- rrj vonl.l nol lljrlr a.liaa ItfaTie point upon wMi-h lite. Hr tvwM-ui ri M l rant iti IN f rMr. CHILDREN LEFT HOMtLESS BY IKFLUMZA l> Ik. HMMh MvMHWlrnr IM ,1 tMM JTn UK Among Hie. rlni .inirnd ilny urn Irltera to Von frii Ilc-rnlirrr. IT. Allic-n, lloy-l-M Hi UiJ Aiiii'rh'un IIIEI-H. ami n il.-. l or work ntiil tiMon. imnilii In Itilii ivrlltfii mm llrrr llomrnrnliltr. a nniiu. link Mown 'lif ro or .V in Hio l.ttof of Ilny I MD...I, Kill Krr.Trliii lo Mi.- oiilMKri, liilHr.) In IhlM I'l.lltilrj Hit, uriiolcnlilll j- or Von I'MIH-II, culll of r'ir tivn olhc Ihe Onrlnix I s l.v Iho l, 'lil Jirlhl.-ry ludhillon nl I'i. ii.h Wnr i Inn) ln W Ihl.....v iiMitllnii. GREAI BRITAIN TO REPORT HE HAS ENDORSED TAFT, OF2ROOO IS ASKED 0. S. NAVY OPPOSES LEAGUE TAFT ADVOCATES Will Fight to the Last forLeague of Nations Even at Risk of Sin- gle-Handed Peace ITALY IS READY TO FOLLOW U. S. LEAD ,.tl ro Premier Orlando's Visit to President Expected to Bring Complete Acceptance lo Muke American Equal to Most Powerful libed Any N.tion of World Urjed by Lining. NEED FOR MORE OFFICERS ALSO EMPHASIZED BY CHIEF Proitram I'altK fur Sen- mon, 21.000 Apnrenllce Smim-n mul rirrmrn it. 'IVainlnn, la.OOfl In Schnaln for In M.i hit AKIS, lice. IS p. Wilson, President of tlic Unilcd has inst pcrsonnlly as- sured me tint lie will fight lo the lust for his fourteen points, that he will not compromise, even m (he risk of Ihc necessity of u singlc-liiiniJcd pcu-c covenant. The President made this sink'ititni to tnc in one of Hmsc rate iiiomonis when Hie occusinn sccmoil not nnlv to but compel, iitiiiiidiiniiii'ni of dlploinnlic ntul Ills nncrnrosi feelings seemed SIITRC lorlh to his lips mid In his eyes slionc Ihc fire of n holy resolve, while every word snapped dcicrmlnuilon. !lo iluni; down ihc Kiiumlci of ilefiinuw in liis foes. He niiilcd as a lie n sla'.'iivotll published In America HUH he hud en- dorsed lite project or n ICIIKIIC in en- force pence, propniialctl liy Willlai'i Howard Tatt. A league of nailone ihnt, nothing more and noililnj; lew- is Hie kcynole of pence, Mr. Wilion ticllevcs, mid for il liu will "flBhi lo die lui.l." The President's personal slaicmcnt lo me reiiardlnj; Ilic Tuft Idea was us follows Orlandn of Duly ctills upon Presi- dent NX'llsim Ininicdlatcly upon Ills ar- rival hero tomorrow, he will place Italy's lot in the hunds of Hie Aiiu'rl- tan pciitc dctcKHtlon. Count di Clellcrc, the Itullsn nm- bnssudor lo ihc United Slates, nil- dyralood lo have Informed Ihe Preal- 10 this effect ihclr conference yrslcrday evonltiR. The Iiuliun diplo- visit to ihc American Chief Incentive gave Ihe firsi inkliiiR of how innllcrB lire tlmplni; Ilicrnsclvcs limltiary 10 Ihe Informal pence .'unfVr- eiKc. Uslensllily, Count ul culled to urranKf Inierviewr- bchvcen Ihe liullun I'reinlcr and Mr. Wllaiw, but Ilic inollvD it la ncncrall un BUU'llK-ll! II IHllll p lIlHlll'll ll.............. Hull Alllliir Si-nti ...jl 1 Ii'ft I. iHHMMtl' iiltttt for Jcrsiood, in Ilic President in Hie Italy feels her CIUIKC will he csi hands witti him Tim l.revull. ihBI n Ai.....l.-nn mil 1M, inillnu nil llio iidil Ininrn, ..I. lirlivnil 1 tin. HnllvO HI .....l will ulii. Aiin.rl.a v Hie I Inn' I'liinri In lalk ii.l.l fai'ta. 'I'C.e vlnll of Oirillnnl iinpnl ili'i or lo fll.imli.liln tor Hilly. 'I Mr. 11 friiln I'.uii, 'I......M nt wlil.h IH nol Vnown Iwyoitil II Him In II Hie holy fllhar riilnuliva llio 1'reslildil mill miirt Him l Hi- Vatlean linn no Th lilulil) i lilu In, u liiillall'i'i, "i, j nlllciil toiler 'IVIillf n ml U A U t. I N S (I N, IllltnWddll SI.ATKIt TO IIICCUMK IIAUONS. W-.K a. DAVY JONES SAFEST GUARDIAN FOR GERMAN WARSHIPS, V. S. VIEW POSTAL AIR ROUTES WILL BE MANNED BY THE ARMY Laguardia's Fight in House Wins Votes ___ (f 2 Million Expense Proposed by Bur- leson Is Cut Out WASHINGTON, n. net. m.._ .fRlslmion miilinriHiii; IIUTCIIM- nf ilie slrciiRlh or Hu- mivy fvuni I.'I.IKX) men in uu'ti :ccoinniended to Ilic Hume Mm-nl Af- Commttloc tmlny In- Cupl. II. l.nii. "H, "cling chief nf Hiirciiu nf Tills wnuM liicliulc scniuen, noiiincii nvi firemen In iniinliiKl u.llrt) in rude schools for nnliiluu und tl.tXHI n the flyliii; I'tirpn, C.lptain limllii' cvpliilnej llial IhU argc Increase of men Is nccilol HI curry out Ihe pulley of UK- Nnvnl Hu- rcilll of al rccniniiiriiilcil the Nuvil Affnlrs Ooitiinllieo tiy Admiral Htulncr lujt Thurmlny nf inatilng Ihc navy of the llnitcil Slnicn eqiml 10 the most pinvcrfiil inainiiilncd ilny nutlini of ihc wnrlil, I'ninntii "I'mifliiii prniiriim mil llio Liiil-y "il 'T Hl'ileu iiin.'il.i't' "'V' nlniMl Wllrii tli m I') W'rtSlltNCTON, C., Dec. 18.--. The niimuil postofflcc annroprlntlnri bill cnrryiiiK n tolal of wna passed title tojny hy tho tin iimetulnicnt reqiilrlng the Toil- er (jencrcil In army lor mall Lilrplnncui Instead nf Ofitunli- n scparnle flying corps. Is Iho first of the IIUO supply mca lo ho passed by llio House it now to tho Scnaie. 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