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' v NEW YORK Secretary, of War
ta;s tutu, ue .s.tuuiiutcu iuai im& vujr i8 impregnaoi ana auax up oreigu iieet couia get j?ast-tne
various forts - that , defend' the harbor. This opinion was passed , after iie had visited Fort Wadsw'orth.N Fort
Hamilton and Fort Hancock, the latter at Bands Hook' and the others In Brooklyn and Staten Islandon otino-t
site sides o the Narrows. He was accompanied; n "-.his tour ;',y' ' General Weayer,chief of the coaat: artillery, V
and at Fort 'Wadswortb he; met. General. Blks, .whbVsowed hini how'' how44lec-I
trie keys and levers contrql guns and submarine mines : that ; .would ' destrby, any fleet' of hostile-shipjSithat 'earne r
withipv range."- In each of. the forts the men wfere called but, and went. through" theirfdrill; exactly as if an en
ymy were in sight! ,ln some cases actual. shots, were ' fired.vAlter .this the Secretary came to the Pacific Coast
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Fruit Canners Ass'n
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ILSSOBf ON IWSPECTIOW TOUR
Stimson.t who. is inaking' tours of ne
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Sole Agent, Waity
coast1 defenses i'of the United States,"
; SELLING COOKIES
-' - -: TO WIN BALLOT
Home-Made Preserves Also
: Disposed; Of to Raise Funds
for Third Campaign'
J v TOPEKAr Kan.;: Seprt. -We", are
( going to win this year," said Mrs. W.
a. Jonnston, wire or the uwer Jus
tice of the Kansas Supreme. Court
and the manager of equal', suf
frage campaign, . today. "It isn't go
ing to cost us so very much, either,"
she continued. . -. , .:
. "We are ruhnlng this " campaign
like women run their homes, on just
about half the money men .would use
to. do Jhe . same work. And . we are
raising most 'of -this '.moneys - our
selves." - ; . -
The women are raising - the . funds
just like - they get money toi buy a
church organ , -They give - A socials,
fairs, bazaars,: theater" u parties, sell
fancy work, homemade .cookies and
even homemade preserves. "JLnd -the
campaign is costing State" headquarr
ters $400. a month now.'. - r
The proposition to give the women
the ballot will be submitted at the
November general election, in accord
ance with the resolution adopted at
the ,19U Legislature.- This is the
third time the equal suffrage amend
ment has come up for a vote.; . -
-' Parsimoiry is a 'vice' that dries up the'
charity in the heart
STAB-BULLETIN,. SATURDAY, SEPT
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TKe Famous Brand
Building, - Kihg Street;
Tor, Bprne time past little or no fire
could "be, discerned at the i bottom o!
rthe crater. : i :V ;i;v:;:,;v
' Forthe flrstUiminelghaweeya
fires in the pit at Kllauea a platoly,;
visible to visltors.ate crater's. edgevp re iiXaiifornii Stat4 'Fair
12a SSil- on ; payhtirs:Spt ,t?: When
IBIS iuurm6 4m.
S'r'JaU?f Kf w ;jhome in tie lfHi'tvflWhtlisMinersai4f
hibltlon of volcanic -acUvitr. Iff the pit , ,. , k.n Kvcvo'iil n I
is rheums .bibc .:u ivisuhui-. Cannot resist the 'otDortunlty to tafce.
Honolularis who. visited the shrine Juorace Oreeley -waX driven by - Hank
of Pele this week and returned la the r Monk upon- a Tisit t California in the
Inter-Island steamef . today t declaro earjy fays, will be brougbt lo Sacra
that several picturesque fountains of mento after It is driven la Stockton
fire ;, are interesting features;; of the during the Native Sons celebraUon on
siauu Biwctavyo iuv iav 19 aiu vu
Kave ien ,to;a distanced over one
hundred feet 'I '.S - ' :-
SomeNjma an t lmw wju IrillM
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im v; no DIE
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d uring ; an exWWtion,-or-ty- put it Sierras; taking in Placerville, Au
more plalnl,:a0rlz$ fighter Coring a burn, CooU Pilot HUl.Colusa,"Rocklin,
fight mere was 'straightway a great j LbJ?s v and othjr-placesin;; the old
clamor for- the suppression; of - prize sold regions. Many of the pioneers
fighting. ., ,f , who were at these- places In the. early
Far , be it from ine ' to defend the day are t!H living.- Invitations were
Eportiiig gentleman-; who Is an expert extended' to these oJd.timers to come
tn . the art nr. HofonHtmtr Mmosif ; to . therfair. . .The Chamber . of Com-
I would offer a few reflections in thistmei,ce at Auburn and - the Board of
. connecupn upon . tnes cnarming : incon-
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eistency - of therdeeply; .-sensitive and
highly, moral puolic. v- XLaX?
Prize fighting, we are told, should
be i supprepseI because of Its brutal
ity. It, pffends 'our jiiceness 'of sense.
SUH, gentlemen ;-go , hunting' in the
wooas ror; Jaeer, 'vinvthe:.vamp,;.iorsnouia oe one or tne most picturesque
ducks, ; in Africa .for hippopotami, the - ' Ml '
entomologist; 'chases' the butterfly tor r- ..'
pin: him on a' card and the bacteriolo-! j
gist pursfues j the- furtive ; microbe .: to '
glire him on a glass : slide, v also the"
butcner.; slaughters the qx for those
beefsteaks, that give, force ' to our;
philosophy. .7 ' 1
: .; To be sure . the prized fighter . is a
man, : and a man Is the noblest work
of God. ... But what about" the miners
who - are killed1 by- hundreds every,
year the fisherman gulped down : by ;
the Insatiable sea and the millions of
serfs of ; industrialism who- are im
bruted, maimed and put to -death?
These hardly i make an living, while!
the prize fighter gel $1,000 a; night,!
more or- less. But . the dear public!
seeds its y coal and - sardines,'' canvas ,
back and veal, ; its luxuries .and .- com
forts; which make3 a difference.
f'; Why hasn't the boxeVa" right to
go ' and get; hlmseir;: killed when v the '
notion takes v him ? To ' whom I does
his life belong? Not to Caesar, as " in
the; r days of monarchy f then aJ man
who ; killed himself robbed J the king.
Eut not arguing that point, and
granting that a man ought to .be lock
ed ; up an fined ' who attempts suicide,
football or prize fighting, may we ifot
ask why, if we . won't let a man die
when he wants to, do we compel him
to die when he does" not want to? ,;
- Italy sends hundreds of young men
who would like to live into Tripoli to
die, and ' France sends Its youth to
Morocco ;T"aIl "of which"" is very fine
and carried on with the music of
brass bands, and the waving of flags.
An, athlete, however, who is perfectly
willing to play with his life offends
us. ' ' ' 4 . "'.V
It's a queer world! We are for
dragging to - the polls the T men who
do hot care to vote, while .we refuse
the ballot to the suffragettes who are
panting for it r "
' A half dozen men lose their lives
trying to ride flying machines, and
France enthusiastically .raises mil-
lions by public subscription to" further
the cause of aviation. Our best so
ciety gathers In the Harvard stadium,
and 25.000 cultured ladies, and gentle
men watch a "group "of "young college
boys break' each other's legs and
gouge, each" other's eyes. Yet the
oldest most primitive and compara
tively least dangerous of sports, call
ing for courage. . skill, training anil
Perhaps it Is. But if we are going
to stop all brutality do we dare be I
Will the turning" campaign issues
make more work for the- smoke in
spectors? ' "v."'. v-- 1
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; ViAGED R0EBrmY?!irM!-EB$ 1
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Joqn - Mier, v-uonseats; to
'Head ReunF6m oii "Forty-
t lng bla gj objections to appe.arlns
. inTrjublfc -Si 'i. h'i
I Th hiai-iri Vfavil1 kchVlnVWWch
r Admission Day, rne stage is one 01
the historic 'relics of Placerville: Joa
quin Miller arid - a, party of; pioneers
will : ridtf in the;"hlstoric old ' Concord
etage In an Imaginary trip, across i the
plains at the' fair; groundsr .where
sham battles will be fought with In:
'" A iffllefftlnn" of boosters from the
State Fair visited the foothill towns of
1 r 1 ri r a r - uiq nn ha mi 1 acoier vnA
Trade at Placervllle will assist the
fair committee in ; bringing the t old
timers ' to , Sacramento.: on 4 ft: Day.
With the pioneers of the gold re
gions In attendance and the cowboys
from the present day frontier life" of
California, :the i v.'49 Day 'celebration I
; Cannote maie
at too low a temperature, lard a little
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the new vegetable oil cooking
smci at 455 E.
- makes. .
Trv and be convinced
iflitS xt KS" Lilian
AXNFAL OF ASSOCI-
ated ;ADVEUTisna nuns.
1 vThe ninth' 'annual' convention of thefi,,' . r i i ? -
Assockt Advertising ciubs of Amer-j Nineteen f .rocket-Knives, i .
lea-wtii. be -told inEautoore, Md.. in and Other JunkTakcn Fi
rJUne' 1915. The 'association is com-
posed orlK clubs In the UOUea states
and' Canada Vita' an aggregate mem
I bershlD aDDroximatinr 10.C00. At- the
Condition Ul-be.M!3cttsScd by ' the J" tCf Pa-Stia -ablest'
authorities upon- the; prepara- "2 Ju"l
bt advertising, I Vfs ii
hhith' conventipn to arrange for
-program ' 'mention and "discussion on
the development or mternauonai iraaq
thtoujx 'putlicityr :
;' Ttk-comMtee rhictrhis charge of
the convention - arrangements ex
presser the opinion that " no ' conven
tion of businessmen is more generally
constructive in the ' ' Influence upon
commerce and industry than that ot
the Associated Advertising "Clubs. It
adds: that advertising hks become a
vital factor, in the promo tioh of com-
mercial activity.; -The committee has
received the 'acceptance or many . for
eign delegations and , is particularly
anxious to make the attendance as
largely; international as possible. -
You are instructed . 'to bring ho
above information to the attention of
advertising clubs trads organizations,
publishers of newspapers , and Jour
nals, and . prominent. Individuals inter
ested in; the extension qf trade rela
tionships In your district You are
authorized . to state. that full informa
tion may be secured by addrpss&g
Herbert Sheridan, Esq.," chairman
committee, on .'foreign; representation,
Baltimore, Md. -From instructions is
sued to consular officers by Depart
ment of v State,, U. S. A.; ' ; ; .: '
events ever attempted at any public
show". The entire day will ; te made
typical of the old 'times 'when Indian
battles and vigilance committee lynch-
Inss were in' vozue ' ?'' v . '
witKoiit1 great heat.
Crisco gets so hot
Grocer Sells Crisco
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DOCTORS OPEiJ A
HUMAN TOOL CK
CHICAGO, 111., Sept 7.
dollar; For eighteen ytari .
who has been known to Cr.!c:
"the human tool chest" swa'.D ..
articles on wagers.
"Eating knives and .aft th:t
never hurt me, said Martin :r I
the operation, "but sonet.':.:: I
terrible pains in my Etcr.r.c!:."
. Physicians pronsunccd t-2 I ; .
as successful. Jlartiner 13 ZZ ;
old and a laborer.
The pocket-knives, screw3, r "
other artlc!23 removeJ fren :
net's stomach were ncur.t: 1 c :
board by Surrir.trddcr.t D. P.
of the hocpitr.l a-J't'-cci cn l
tion at the institutlcn.
AH of tbe art!:I;3 v.-rrs 1: : ' '.
corner, of the stomach, zz?. .
the surgeon. MAn u;::r :. I :
and, the man wcu'.l.hivo C. 1
a. month if ha hi net t
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,Ten'of th? knivco t;.' : :
tiner'8 ton:ac.,i tz L ;
died, butths tens tr I. - :
by ga3tric" ju!cc3. TLd . z .
died knives v, era irt::t.
.-The. silver c!:!'r v,:.';.i ! ' .
ed ten years co w.-.-j 3 1;
thacoin had j : t ccr.:-? fr " : :.
The juices c! t.'.s z'zr:--:-. :
the silver in a h!-!y ; rS:.
tion. .'Some cl tta I ; . ,
Children- require a I:t cl
enatla them to git alcr.-;
; Butter sm d!:::
that it cooks the