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Medford Mail Tribune
Hlumrri tonight ami tumor
row. .Ma. O'i, Mill. IW
I'ufly Uilnl Yrnr
ilnlly I IkIiIIi Vritr,
MHDKOIU), ORKdOX, WhDNT.SDAY, MAV II, 10M.
MISS O'GORMAN, PRETTY !
DAUGHTER OF NEW YORK
SENATOR. WHO IS TO WED
HOT HEADED GOVERNOR
OF WEST VIRGINIA CALLS
SENATOR KERN A LIAR.
PLAN BLOW OP
ALIEN LAN B LL
WILL BE SIGNED
' " "
Guvrmor Johnson Snys Tliat It Is His
Intention tn Approve Hill That
Jnpan Makes Qlijcctlun to Gives
Reasons to Orynn.
SACIIAMI'.NTO. Cal., May I l.-Hlt
In ullli tlm the liljhot roapoat for
ymiranll himI the president ,llMl "'
iny tint v to inv "talc compel '"
iiliiinito tho notion of tlit logislnlnic."
Thin I tho reply or (loveriior
lliiiim V. Johnson lo llm plw of Hit
iiiitliniiil iiiliiilnlMiMiiuii In delay i
(ion on Ilia null aliin Inu.l law iih it
Is set lot Hi in ii IcnKlhy tiOi-Kiniii nl
In Heeiolnrv of Hlli Hryuii twin).
Vloliilo No Tiniy.
Tim alatciimut f. .llmvH :
"Wo or Cnllfoniln believe finnlv
ttint in niir legislative denting willi
(III alien land tiiii-liiHi wo liiivi io
liiltiil nboluloly no Iroiilv rihl: wi
Iiiimi ahuwn iih hIihiIiiw of dicriiniiia
(lini j wo have Hivnn In no nation the
riilit lo lie Justified in Inking of
riiit. Ho beliovlntt--wllh a atroug
lellanco on tlm julie anl (In right
nhinimm or our miiii nimI with due
ilcrorottco hhiI wurttmy ami with pro-
per iwiialdcrntinu for tlm feelliiK and
Ihi' view oT oilier wo liatl Imped
llio nulhnrllU at Washington would
hue seen lliu iinwlion h wo in thin
alalo Imvo been fored to eo it ni
wo must (io It or Im liliinl.
"Ami no, with all twipeet ami court
on.Vi the stale or California reels it
it bounded iluly lo it oilUeti lo do
that which tlm intcrel ir it people
iIsiiihhiI; that which (In cincieiiee of
it powple appreve: thai which m
IhIiw no Inwly HkIiIm ; (hat which prc
tenia no discrimination, ami that
which can give no jnl cmiwo for of.
' "' ' "Hill In Approve.
"Vnu hnvo suggested In nio ilulay
lint thl ipnwtinu wn civ onrnontly
ntul Hilly pnwenled liv von lo our
legialuturc, ami llic IcgUlntiir deter
mined to proceed. Mv province in lo
approve or diupprnt the law a pro
nhii toil. Our ico pi o mm rcprcHoutcil in
the Inginlnturo have overwlieluiiniil.v
expressed (liirir ilwdre Tor llic present
alien laml hill. The vole in (he en
ato wn .15 lo !2 ami in the emblv
TV to !l. With kiicIi iniKiiiiiiilv of
odiiHiii oven ilhl 1 holil other view.
I would fuel i( inv ptahi duly to igii
the hill, iihIkm iiholutely controlling
iiectwaity demanded contrary action.
Apparently no such controlling ncc
"It U with the liiheK rcpfct for
touiV(ilf and the preaidcut that I fed
iny duty to my aliilo tuunpeU me lo
approve the acllon of Hit IcRi'la
I ii re."
"IIIIIAM V. JOHNSON',
"(loernor of California."
CIIIOAHO, May II. Jack Jnlui
Hon wan uiciik ciioiikIi tmluy, Al
HioiikIi ho U out on IioiuIm of 1 10,000
tlio lilt: negro Ih uiiiler din mirvoll
liiuco of lliu United Httitori aiUliorl
' (IcH, tlio dlntrlct altormiy apparnudy
liolut; uuwillliiK (o tako rliuucim on
Joliimou'H licalth uiipilrliu; a cliaimo
A (Iiiiiii of tlio puulllHl'a frloiuH
wuro outHtilo IiIh Iioiiho hero today,
lint not nuo of (limn woulil euler for
fi'Ur of IkiIiir fnvolved In tlio itcuro'
(roiihlo. Wlieu JoIiiikoii wiih hccii
mid instill to nay what ho thought
of lilu conviction nnd what ho Intend
ed lo do aliout It, lie only utullm a
wry Hinllo and inuttcrcd, "1 Imvoii't
a (IiIiik to my,"
PRAIRIE FIRES ENCIRCLE
TOWN OF ADREWS, MANITOBA
WINN'Il'Kfl, Ainu., May ll.--l.lt-tic
hopo in cntorlnincil (oday for (ho
town of AiutrowH, near lioro, whiidi
Ih entirely Hurronnilcd hy prairie
fiicH. Tliu citiciiH of Ilia town are
piillliiK up iU'rtpcralo roMHliiiieu to
lliu unurouchimmlH of lliu hla.e.
Flanlcr Is Dottcr Today.
WI'.HTl'AliM ltKAUir, .In., Mnv
11. IU-nry M. FhiKlor, tlm ndllion
niio traction uiaKiiate, who in 111 here,
nilllk'd Hlightly today. Ho In utill in
i i.'invu dominion.
Mounted Police nnd Five Auto Loads
of Pollen Accompany Each Car
Moved hy Strlkc-brrakrrs While
Others Lino tloitlc Taken.
CINCINNATI, Olilo, May II
With police on Kiiaid tlio utrectcar
loiiipnnr will iiiakn an ndempl (o
iHHiiuiit oimiiiiIIoiim hero today and n
crlnl In the utrllut whlili lum pur
alyted trmmimilntlon In exticclul
At lillillll-tlit (lie iiir.fl iiiuiiiIiiioiIhI
olHd to icjert ,Maor lliilit- mill
I nit Ion piopowl ami tliat t hn",
liould coiiUiiiie. Ciller o( Colli t
Copotiind tliireiiMiu overrnde tin
iiihoi' oiiIhiti ami luntriiil-'d hi
men to rlilt tlio corn prepared to
piotec) tliM trlkelmiikliii; uiotorim u
and iNimlui'lora Hnulimt all atlniku
(liianliHl 1 1)' l&u policemen, tin
flrat llirMo earn iiiiinii'il li Klrlkc
lirmiherii wir moved till iimnilni:
Tlm taoiiiiteil iHillce and llirei auto
mobile IimiIh of fmit Hillce went
alioad of enrli car and two iiiitonio
lillti liwd or imiIIch follow Mil tlllllllld.
Ti iwtrolini-H werM ordrrml lo inw
tlo-lr cIhIm and ivnler In v of
attark lir the utrlkor.
Tin riiliiatudor or thn 360 police
HiiihI tlln UMiln tlikeo hy tlm Cirn
ami kept la tmlijccttuu llio JihtIiik
inotui wlili h lined the track. No
ftMHliKiT were inrrled oil the at i eel
IN FRISCO SCANDAL
HAN 'IIANOIKCO. Cl . May M.
DhMtloturua luvolvlui; "hlKher npii" In
the imllco xnift him mini were hinted
at hero today, wlieu the el(lit lu
dlrlrd dotectlvmi ome to trial on
cliamaa or ionilrnry In connection
with (lie operation or mi Italian
Imnro rhiK. It l wild that the da
fone Mill In that the arrutwl 11111
releatwl Imnro men from Jail on or
der or eortiln auperlor n((lcar. Tin
(letectlvwa HMert II would ho linpo
llil to rrlcMe a man from th clt
Jail or from a police nUtlon without
the kiiolodH of niiHrliir officer.
Another exposure ibrmtteiied. It I
repoiled. I that a aloon llreiiMi I
Hiied to the Jupiter rare, an alluded
r'iiiilcvoii of the liuuro men, wa
procured throiiKli atroiiK imllce In
GREAT INCREASE IN
CIIICAtU), May la I'm If 1c C'o.-ut
point IlKiiro prominently In liulld-
Iiik couMtructlou. Imccd 011 report tor
April permit, pulilMiod hero toilaj.
I'ermlla for tlio cou(rmtlou of "n.-
I'll I luilldliiK ut mi ellmatud cot of
sn.o7:t.i;yri in Tn or tho priuciimi
cltliHi or (lie country wtuo Rnintial.
Cltlea hIiowIiik alttuiricaut linllilliiK
Kiilmi over tho correnpoudliiK moulii
hiKt year aroi
I .oh AiikcIch, iU per coul; Kan
I'ranclHco, (iS per rout; Corlland, 2"
pur cunt; KpoUauo, II" per coat; Ta
coma, 1!0 per cent; Halt l.ulte. i:i per
cent; llaltlmoro, IU per cent, ami
iiaiuiM, icxiih, no per cent.
SIMMKdKIKM), III., May II.
Tim Hciialu eoniiniltco hcmli'd hv Sen
utor KIIcIhoii, which ia invosliKtiline;
chai'KCH nun'uihl l.iculcuunt dovoruor
Itniiiitl O'llurii today huhpocuacd
Sniuucl Davis of this) oily, who ia
Hiiid o hnvo iimpircd Mix. Mumle
ItohiiiMiu lo iicouso O'llurii, 11ml
'i'liouiiiH Vicdciihiirur, u milliouairo
who uccoinpnuicil I ho woman when
O'llnrn met lint' on 11 train hclwccu
horn nnd CliimiK).
Vioili'iilmr's l'licnils iutiiiiulo (lint
llin Icrithuouy will Im sensational.
DiivIh mid Vi'oiloiiliui'K prohuhly
will ho tho Inst witucHHca heard hy
tho Ktli'Uon I'oiiuiiitleo which is ox
peeled noon to report its finding to
tho btuto bonuto.
The fitr (in rii t HMfiilil or
Weal VlrKinia ha koiic u fr In d
fcmlliiK hi Mate .ikiiIiimI th attack
or H-litio Keni and other Mho
want an Invi (iirntloii or labor eon
dllloiiK am. in (In- miner there that
he had 1 ill-. I 1 he I. nder of u. mn.
jorlt) In id.. 1 mi,.,! Kiaiia wimte
SAClfAMI'.NTO, C.I, M.v II.
A'tiioiK on hw owi iniliatne, lim
ine! Attoniev nclihorwi nf Saeni
inorito iHiiiNly IhrealMied today to
etid ilepuliea to dnll (o hreak ut the
mii.i itmy iMMiiilainrd there hv Hum
detective mraiiiM tlm homo of Hull
.MeClnimhry, in which .MrClmwhry ia
holdiuK In (vro children, who are
ought hy In divorced wSf. Anita
lUldwiii Mcaaufhry, daiighUr of the
lain Micky Baldwin.
Wneliliornt any it i a dixmco
fill comlilmn that a man' home
honld ha tint dilurhfd, ami nv
that if In aid i enlUteil he can mn
Ih lUlfdive out of the country.
The diftlrict altonmv added that if
tlm iene I not njwcdily ulinmloaod
he will ini'litute proFeedinit afraiittt
llio Mum onratie for ilivturhiuic
The ieire was til lieiutc main-
Inincd t In - nllcriiiiou, with neither
-itli -Ic'Wiiin an sij-ii of weakening,
CAUSON CITY, Nov., May II
(iitinu to the end ami rcfiihliiK the
inrmallty or heliiK liliudfolded, ;. -. !
declaring he would die like il ol
dlnr, Anilrliit Mlrrovluh paid the pen
ally (oday for the murder or Autuuo
(licnoltrli ut Tnuupah oxuclly uno
)oar iiko hy liolnu loHiilly ahot at the
Htato prlKtin hero.
Mlciovttoh walked rtwolutoly and
with an air or nouclialcucu and farod
tho frownliiK nuiule or thrco 30-:ti)
8avao rlfliM, two of which wuro (o
Komi u louilon uucimer of Ouath
thniiigli hi heart. Not tho innvo
nioiit of u muiclo or tho cliiinno of
oxpreMlou douotod any uurvousiioaH
on lilu part. Ho waa tlio cooluat and
most noir-pmwiiaiiud or any tn tho
lirlKou Mud. Ho fell dond with hard
ly u demur.
BUCHTEL OFFERED JOB
STATE SEALER OF WEIGHTS
.SAI.KM, Ore., May 1 1. Stuto
Treasurer Kay today tomloroll the
position of deputy statu senler or
wolKhts nnd muaHiires to I'. O.
lliichtol, tho present senior of volnhts
mid mouBuros for tho city of Cort
land. Mr. Uitchtol, who Is hero to
day, was uncortaln as to whether or
not hu would accept. Tlio position
puya $. 2 100 u your.
New Panama Minister.
WASUINOTON7, May Id. Or.
Fushchio Morales, lliu now niinistor to
tho United Stales from I'auaum, has
arrived in Washington. Ho proh
uhly will ho presented at tho whilo
liousu next wee I;,
Feared In Addition to Battleship
Plans, Secret Schemes of Depart
ment Copied and Disposed of to
Some Fnrclfjn Power.
WASIIINOTOK. May 1 1. -Small
crcdeiie ia j(Jen hrn Imhty lo (alr.
in, ut- of official- i.f the uaty -p.iilinenl,
wlio. llic the diecoun
j Hi. 11 Keetot plait of the haltlehi
I't riii-.vnitfn hUVe lnwn loleti from
1'ic dcifirltneHl, lmc hem huav inak
l ilimeu'iM In iMtfiine Ilia import
.line of lliu tliert. 'Thai Ihc leHiri
" 11,1 t doe renard III llirfl a im-
p( r I .nit wo almwn today wlmn Sec
lit tv Daniotc itnivred that the thicl
'hi Incalcil, reffi rillcHK of evpenc.
in nl ready ahulh are workinv de.
pciiilcly Imlli ila-ide ami oulaide of
'llic dimrtmiil to carry out hi order-,
ll I now pffletMWIIv Nitmitled (hat
the h(i.Ii liHBH4nla aitotreil the en
lin iliin of taVrtrM wirinK of Ihf
hattlealiip Mil'Mie a eoia4te etHi
lition of (ho wanaWfi' avalam of fire
Secret aorvfoe wan oh the oa aad
atlacbea of (lie dcwritneit froly ad
mil that Hp to III prHt ther if
willioiit a clew to the thief or thieve
who iHMily alolo the tliin from the
ileHirtiniail'a draftioc nxnn. It I
IVhitiI dm er3ta the wmk of
Koine mwaher of the dmrtmeut ami
if thin it the iw it U far from
ceitoiit that tho full exUat of the
theft- han yet Iicoh vximmviI. It i
a lo feard that, in addition to the
plan ntolen hodily, the laoat ccret
wlicine of the department mav have
hecn copied and dUwied of to iuipui
OffioMli of the dnmrtiuwil mix
imialy liimy Hurt tho theft of the
dan have nnv connection with the
I a 1 mn situation which Iibh developed
in California. Tliev Kav that tho limt
tliaft of iilaiia occurred March l he-
fore (he California situation hceamc
aeule and there ia n Riieral and ap
parent ditcire to ituit that it is im
poaaihlu .lawn may he iavoved.
Seeretarv DuiiIoIb iMMied n alato
laent thia afternoon in which he de
clared it waa the helief In the do
imrtmeat that one of it mumlien.
tole llio mioHinir plan, hut ho ad
mitted thai thi wng inndy a piew,
ami that there i no elao to the thief.
The heeretarv was evidently worried,
lie eaid in part:
"Aiimiiio familinr with naval con
struction would not have taken tho
tnnihle to earrv those druwiuKs away.
I have had an iuvoMiuntion made, in
dependent of Hint hoKiin hi" ll' fiC'0,
hcrviee and I have hcon comidetcly
iik.iired (hat the iuiinir Hiioeifica-
lion- arc utlerlv worthli' to any
WASHINGTON', May 1 1. -Charles
1. Neill. United States eomm'siouor
of luhor, rOMKiu'u today and his resi(,'-
uutioii was at 01100 accepted hy boo-
retarv William H. WiUon, altliouKli
tho latter was mneh burprisi-d at
Neill. il is eplnined, has ncocplcd
a salary of $20.00(1 n year to hiipcr-
vlm. hihoc conditions tor tho Aiuen-
01111 Smellini; nml Uofin'niK Company
the biiioltor trust.
After nooputinir XoiU's ritoiKiinlinu
Seerelary Wilson paid u hiuh trihuto
to his efficiency. No MUeoMor lias
yet heuu chosen.
LOSS OF TITANIC
LONDON, May 11. -Tho loss of
(ho Titanic and lahor troubles hs
caused tho Whito Star Lino to cut its
dividend of 101 1, sixty por cent in
hull' for UU'J. Tho company panl 11
dividend of 510 por cent in March
but will timlco no further tlisburso-
ment on IHl'J business.
Described as "tho prooovtion of
loss on first cost of tho Titnnio," tho
sum of $510,700 has hcon wrilton off
tho company's books.
II I V
Lr Tffcm;,, r ,
Wtfaj I, j
l Iff aV ii' i 1 J9
A marrlaae whlih win attract a lt
or nttoMtlon in Waahiuxten and In
putltteol aoclety will Imi that of MIm
Dolorlta O'Oorman. Ihe pretty daugh
ter tof ifeiMor JtmM A. O'Oarman or
New York, to John Antonio Maker.
May 24. Senator O'florman' fatiillv
ha iHMMiiae well known In Wanhlnu'
tun, where all tha mcmlierH are kci
ral favniite In oclety. Th-) have
not. ho we or. made an effort to keep
up with the extravagant nutlet) of
the capital. Mr Maker i a ouni;
Uii8liH'i man In Sew York City.
WASHINGTON. Mav II. Sena
Ion Oivcu of Oklahoma nnd Hitch-
cook of Nebraska are preparing to
day a nerie-. of uuestioiirt to he nuked
of one thou-and financial experts in
connection with the hearings on the
pnipoed democratio oiirrunoy re
'I siiireely expect tho bill to pas
before th regular session of can
grt 0ens," vaid Hiteheflok today.
"Wo will be fortunattt if wo complete
the licaritir and xt th bill drttfttd
and n)iroved by (ho committee this
Many member of the senate pre
dicted today that the tantf bill would
not he finally paed before August.
EFFORTS TO SETTLE
SAN KKANCISCO. Cal.. May 11.
An effort to settle tho strtko of em
ployes of the Pacific (Ins and Electric
company wit ho nude here this nfl
ernoon at a conference In tho offlcn
of John A. Hrltton, Kouornl man-
nnor or the coiuimny, K. K. Smith,
viro proiildont or the Pacific district
ot tho Hrothorhoml of Klectrical
Workers, and I). 1. llaKKorty, presi
dent ut tho Stnte Federation or La
hor, will reiueiiont tho strlkors. It
was hellevod hy both aldos that all
difficulties would he amicably ad
justed at tho meetliib-
LONDON. May 1 1.- Continuation
of tho HuffntKottea' arson proKram
was soon today In SandKitto, where a
cottiiKi) was hurucd, with $2500 loss.
Militant literature was found near
by, nmonj; which was a plucurd read
Iiik: "Wo hopo this Is not a poor
STRIKE TIES UP TROLLEY
LINES AT FORT WILLIAM
l-'OKT WILLIAM, Out., May II.
No curs wore running on (bo Fori
William-Port Arlhur municipal street
railway hues today as the result ol
(he stiiko of the employes for hib-
or vHges and shorter hours. Fifty
constables woro bworn in to guard
tho ears, ns it is expected an effort
will bo made to rim ibem when strike
breakers from Winnipeg tench here,
Suffragettes Divert Campaign of De
struction From Cabinet Ministers
to Westminister Abbey Leave Dy
namite Bomb Among Tombs.
LONDON, Mav 1 1. Tamil! Ihoir
campaign of dttracttou away from
cabinet tniniilnrs Bnd Iheir Immsa,
the uffrxntlon are omditcd today
with n plol lo Idow up Wortltnififller
Abbey, where arc tlm Inmlw ", Bri
tain's greatest men of many ccn
tiine'. T'.ott (III phiL te itr naniAst wns
proven tojlny when n bomb, wrapped
in suffragette lilenitiire, .wua round
in the Abbey. The bomb wih a
bouafidc inferaal miirjiimv IijH ' m
lue was not lighted,
The iliee hnlieve that llio miffrn
gcltefc have not dared an yet serioit
ly lo ullompt tlm detraction of the
Abbey, lint that the bomb waa left
wlwre II wihIiI be found a n wiirii-
IIihc that HnhMM the demand of (he
mllltnnlH are me(, (lioy wwl proceed
lo any lonth and will xpare nothing
lo attain their cod.
LOS ANOKLKS, Cal., .May 14.
Declarin that he bad stolen from
the Santa Ke railnmd lo get inouoy
to hribe five men who threatened to
cxpoe him ns n. fonner prisoner in
the Mate refonnatory at, Klmira, N.
Y., William St. John Itmiue', l'aa
denn clubman, pleaded guilty today to
grand larceny. lie will be Acntcuced
Itanney was arrested recently nnd
charged in oight counto with specu
lations aggregating about $00,000.
Ho was employed as nn auditor by
the Santa Fe company.
In bis statement of the blackmail
ing which was written nnd submitted
to the court, Itanney said be was sen
tenced to the Now York reformatory
after stealing from n firm in Now
York. Since coming to California,
Itanney moved iu exclusive society
circles in Los Angolan and 1'asndena,
ami win a member of ninny well
COUPLE FROM FLAMES
SAN IMtANCISCO. Cal., May 14.
Two lles wero barely saved from a
burning building hero today whou
Motorc)c!e Policeman Louis LuPluco
dashed Into tho blazing structure and
returned carrying Mrs. Mary Johusou
and her two days old baby. The
three almost porUhed when a stair
way on which I-al'Iaco was stagger
ing with hi burden collapsed under
duilr weight and bagged almost to
the floor, tumbling tho policeman,
tho woman and tho child down tho
At the foot of the Btnlrs firemen
i cached for tho trio and dragged
them into tho open. Tho infant, al
mot btrnnt;led, was clasped tightly
to Its mother's bosom. Neighbor
Immediately cared for (ho three nnd
(hey were soon revived.
TARIFF AND CURRENCY
WASHINGTON, May 14. Tho
present special session of congress
will cousldor no legislation excopt
tho tnrirr bill and currency refoiin.
nccordlug to Congressman Uiulor
wood ot Alabama, leader of the dem
ocratic majority In tho house. Under
wood admitted today that strong
pressure was being exerted to force
consideration ot tho Uurnott-UIlliug-ham
Well Known Author Dead.
PLA1NKIKL1), N. J., May 11.
William Lnrrabeo, aged 81, well
known author find oldest htudi.mt of
Do Paw University is dead ut hl
homo lioro today,
STOLE 60.000 10
California-Japanese Situation In Statue-quo
Until Reply Is Received
From GovernorNew Treaty to Be
Formulated at Once; States Bryan.
WASHINGTON. May It. Tho
C.illfornla-Jitpancno situation will
remain In (itntuc quo until OoTornor
Johnson replies (o tho requrnt ot tho
federal administration that ho veto
tho antl-allcn land law pnmmd by the
This utatcmont waa mado hero to
day by Secretary of Stale Hryan alter
ho had had a long conference with
President Wilson, which, howor?r. ho
declared wifs not connected with tho
California land question.
Secretary IJrynn further declared
that ns soon ns Governor Johnson's
leply Is received ho nnd Ambassador
Chimin will cntor tipou a dlicussliu.
of a now treaty with Japan, no ma.
lor what the toaor of Governor John
son' action may bo.
Dlscmwlng hi "battleship of
friendship" suggestion, Secrotnry
Hrynn today gavo Andrew Carncglo
crodlt for tho Idea. Ho laid:
"Thore Is no good reason why tho
('tilted States, having no animosities
to cherish, should not tako tho lead
In a movement for genuine friend
ship and fellowship which will abso
lutely eliminate tho posslldlty ot war.
The enthusiastic reception of my sug
gestion has greatly encouraged mo
to hopo that tho plan will work out
before I retire from my present posi
tion." SEEKING 10 SAVE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., 'May 14.
Despite tho nction here yeMerdny
of United States District Judgo Vnn
Fleet in denying a writ of babes cor
pus to Jacob Oppeuhcimer, known as
tho "human tiger" under sentence- to
die June 0 for the murder of n prison
guard, Attorney C. C. ltingolsky
stated today that ho still was hope
ful of saving his client's life.
ltingolsky snys bo will attempt to
secure from the stnte supremo court
tomorrow a writ similar to those de
nied by the superior court and tho
district court of appeals.
"I intend to fight to the last
ditch," ItingoNky said, "for Oppcu
WASHINGTON, May 1 1. -A fav
orable report on Scnnlor Chuinbor
IninV bill providing an constitutional
amendment j'or womtiu suffnif is
agreed uihui hero today by llic senato
suffrage committee. Tho formal re
port is delayed because of the ab
sence of Senators Ahliurst, Mollis
Senntors Jones, Thomas, Suther
land, Owen and Clapp fuvored tho
bill, with Senator Capron voioiug the
SYDNEY. N. 8. W May 14. All
uou-uulun tools mudo In lndlaunpnlls,
I nil., will he boycotted Iu Australia
Iu future. This resolution was mado
known today hy tho building trades
federation ot Australia, which huj
accoded to a request from tho asso
ciation ot machinists in I ml I tin a pull
jecelvod recently. Tho United States
unionists asked the Australians to
help them In tho mutter ot u boycott
and did not ask In vain.
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM
MADISON, Wis., May 14.A, con-
htitutionnl amendment providing for
tho initiative and referendum stand1
upprou'd today by tho Wisconsin