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Friend Of Haw
CONGRESSMAN ACHESON ENQAOED IN BITTER FIGHT POR KOMI
NATION OPPOSED BY SENATOR PENROSE AND LIQUOR ELE
MENT Or HIS DISTRICT.
Many people of Hawaii v;lll remem
ber Congressman Acheson, thu tall,
quiet, whltc-halred, almost mlnlnterldl
member of the Comjrcsslojial delega
tion that visited the Island last May.
Ho Is the man who was so pleased
with tlio Islands that ho Issued n spec
lnl Bouvcnlr of tlio trip. Tlio follow
ing dispatch tells what n fight Acheson
has on his hands. Ills opponent Is n
foimor baseball plnjer unl Ache-son's
cause la tlio temperance cause:
Pittsburg, Feb. 8. Ono llttlo Con
grosslonal district In tho western put
of tho State tho Twenty-fourth I'onn
tylvanla has been selected for the
battleground on which local option will
either do or dlo, ro far us Peunsjl
anla In concerned, Tho result ot the
election on Xprll 11 will likely win or
loso tho United States Senate for Sen
ator Penrose, tho political boss of
Pennsylvania, who la tip for reelec
tion, and whoso ccso will bo docldod
ono year hence.
rem oso liau declared against local
option, lie Is against It tooth tooth
and nail. Congressman n. V. Acho
son, who has been In tho lower house
from tho Twenty-fourth Pennsylvania
District for tho last twelvo years, has
declared against Pcnroso nnd nun, Ho
1b up for re-election, and baa openly
asserted that Sonator Holes Penrose
Is the agent of all liquor Interests.
This has precipitated trouble.
And now thoro la u now Richmond
In tho flejd, and Acheson for tho first
tlmo lu bis political curenr finds real
opposition to his le-clcctlon to a scat
In tho loner houso. John K, Toner Is
It Is n long Jump from tho baseball
pitcher's box to the halls of Congress,
but that It Is not Impossible Is tho con
, tontlon of thoso who hava put John
K. Toner, former National League
1 Itchor and part club owner, now
wealthy bank president and new-spa
' per publlBhor, to tho front In politics,
Tonor was for somo yearn Rtar pitcher
on thu Chicago National Loaguo team,
later secretary nnd pait owner ot tho
For almost everyone there did so. Those who drank it remarked very strongly that it was an excel
lent water. Those who did not ought to know what they missed and they can easily find out by ask
ing for TANSAN at their dealers.
Comments were made around the TANSAN booth at the Bal by the many thirstv dancers how in
vigorating, thirst-quenching and palatable this water was. Orders have been coming in thick and fast
from the many who have sampled this sparkling beverage.
In leas time than h required to ab-t
sorb any known Water, the signifl.
cancc of which fact must be appar-
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PltlHbui'K Urotliirliuml Club and nftcr
waul a laigo holiler of Btocl; hi thc
National League Club at Pittsburg
which stock ho held for tycral years,
only selling out recently and at a high
Aeheeon Calls cn'Tener and Laughs.
Tencr but recently passed IiIh for
tieth year mark. Ho has n recoul of
iiomt h.ttng tort-out on uny moo ho
made. When Acheson learned that
Tenor wan to enter tho lists ho went
to ChurlcHul to vuo hint. Ilo called nt
tho Klret National Hank nnd sent In
ills card to Pirsldent Tenor, who did
not keep Acheson waiting, but had
him ushered Into his private ofllco,
iluglng for two men connectod with
his bank to nlpo conio to his offlco.
Acheson wns surpilscd when two oth
ers came Into what ho had Intended us
u prlvato confcionco.
"Thcso men will remain while jou
confer with me, Mr. Acheson. A,a you
know, I am about to enter tho lists
against yoij for election to Congiess,
and I think It bettor that others should
bear any proposition which you might
hnvo to make. In short, i will not talk
with ou nlonn."
Acheson tlmply laughed, nnd If ho
had really ronio to innko any proposi
tion ho suppressed tho Intuit and
Hlinply discussed i business proposl
tlon nnd went foith, Tcner'B friends
odmlt that Tcucr was afnld to confer
privately with Acheson, whoso polit
ical ncumtn Is Known ami acknowl
edged by all.
Tenor's stand on tho liquor question
Is as follows: ,
"l do not bollovo Congress has tho
right to pass any local option law
governing Pennsylvania or, any other
Stale, but If tho fieoplo of Pennsyl
anta want local option, and n good
bill is framed! I will support it with
all my heart."
And right horo is where tho local
option people of tho State sco trouble
nnd loss of votes for Acheson, who islllosu of lluffnlo hnvo been arrested,
tho Avowed exponent or local option I The 'kioI.b of tlio Peiitinyvnnla
In thu Statu. Tener Is bolng general- Railroad Company show nil Increase,
ly accepted ns tho icpiesentutlvo
slrcngthcns thc Hdne and it ncc-
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"sarily follows that TANSAN is an
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Don't Forget tliat TANSAN is the. Finest Table Water in the world.
tlenntor Pcnrosr. In thc fight It Is
plain that Acheson In tho House of
Representative) and Pciirwu , In the
Sonata will not do very well. "It's
"Ither Ponroso or me. It enu't bo both
f us," li tho wny AchosoiiihaH (tlzed
'ore Adroit Than Quay.
Acheson Is not as well fixed finan
cially as Tener, and tho proair.il tight,
win or love. Is going to bo n hard one
on his porketbook. Acheron baa been
defeated before, hut llvaa under cir
cumstances t lint defeated such men as
HcKlnley uml others or natlouil prom
ineneo In the memorable campaign of
IJefoio tho fight Is over there will bo
somo brilliant politic?! plays. Atho
son puibably Is llio mo:t adroit pol
itician In Hie Stato. toiluy. and If "Old
Man Quay'' was iillvo ho probably
would bear this out. Quay tiled to
beat him, by gerrymandering Acho
son'q, district, but hu. got uMiucrlblo
jolt. Qmy did not ocn elect tho ilel-
gales fronuhli hoiho ward In Heaver.
Tho old man" kept his hands nway
from tho buzz taw nftcr this. ' Since
then tho lights against Acheson have
Congressman Acheson wns bom In
Waehlnston County, was n sou of
Judge A. W, Acheson, deceased, wns
educated lu Washington nnd .lofforton
College After his admission to the
bar ho held minor county offices, lu
Congress his work has not been con
eplcunus, hut ns n member of tho Kit
eta and Harbors Commltteo ho has su
tured millions of dollira for the Im
piovement of local livers.
WARM DINNER WITH
Ilalllmoriv Md., Kcb, 20. The
stnld nnd conservative portion ot Ilal
tlmoro's aristocracy (s gasping for
In oath over tho details at a subscrip
tion dinner, "a costunio affair,, gl)cn
last Krlda night ut tho jillirldgo
Ono of tho prettiest of Hnltlmoro's
young married women, Mrs. Ual
Parr, who nttended tho dinner In a
bathing suit, was dumped Into an Im
provised fountain mid wns ghen n
thampoo wttl) scltzor.
The dinner la said to have boon
gotten up by Mis. Henry Clows Jr. of
New York, formorly Miss lxnilsu Mor
ris of this city.
Oil suspicion that they caused the
wieek of the express train on tha
Pennsylvania railroad tracks at
l-rankllnvlllc. N. J., recently, lu
which twenty-four persons wore In
jured, Snlvntoro Onlla and Antonio
ofof 10,370 uhaieholdera tho past ear.
That Are Worth Noting:
obnoxious taste peculiar to salted or
other fabricated Waters.
TANSAN is' the Softest of all
TfinHlMIIK 17 !
HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
HOW TO WEAR YOUR HAT
How do you put on your hat?
Thia may seem lll.o a scnfeless qucr
tinu and you may ray, Indignantly,
"Why, there Is only one wny to put It
on!" Hero oti are mistaken, Since
tho Introduction of the eiiormously
larga hats there tcm3 to bo at least
twenty waya of pulling them on
moit of which aic atrocious. Do on
wear your.) so fat h.ul. that it ulpiost
refts oh your fhouldcrs? Do you till
It on one tide uiiiil sou have to walk
jour head on tli' other to bJlame It.'
nt lit jou ho badly In the ' " " " '!a1, a B"""" nvcr,a
lint jou lq in Pin your1"''1 onP; ." 5'n" ran""t n""r, a xn,rlc,
s tight an n.strliuMo hold y ,,C 'h"e fare coverings -1
Hovh jour ha
head elzc III
.'nil .l.tt,,i na l..li, In n Bl.ln.f.fn l.nl.l
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net mni jou wear wuu a on 01 nairi
and. In order to keep It on. put six I
liatplna In It at different points, each
separata pin slicking out, giving you
tho appearauic of a porcupine?
Theto nro 11 few of tho abuses to
which tho prejent-day is Biibmlttad.
None Is nciMFarj-, and nil aro exceed
Ingly bad itylc. Hats nre certainly
iiniisually Inrge this ccason and 5011
must have a great deal of hair to
innko them look well. If tiattiro liti 1
not been kind enough to glvo j'ow an
abundance, then ou must buy boiiio,
che tho hat will look top-heavy. And
bceauso a few extremists aro wearing
their hats tlldlng doiyn tho back of
their heads Hint la no rcaeon why you
f-houlil follow tho cxahuile. Kather
copy tho conservative woman, who li
never nt the height of fashion, yet til
warn well within tti limits.
Hats should be worn off tho face and
hatpins should ho purchaEcd for each
lint. Thrco are sufficient, even for. 11
largo shape I'urrlireo pins that bar-
monizo with tho coloring of tho hat
nnd of tho proper length. If your imt
Is small In tho crown you need rather
short pln-j. If It has n large, Hut
crown, then jou will need long ones
Nn pin should stick out more thai,
If you want juur hat to tilt to one
fide, j'ou cannot tecum this effect by
wearing It away over on ono ear. You
tdinuld put a verj high bandeau on the
left sldo In the crown, but put tho lint
on jour head straight. The bandeau
will glvo you the proper ono-sldcd ef -
feet, and jou will havo no trouble to
plicki-i'ii the hut on with llm. thren
pliia of proper nko
Then, too, bu buio that jour hat
irit ctc cithcr im in nor , lat , ,n c particular, the
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sny way alters, except to expand most satisfying and Choicest of all
ill vabh AStt ? a Hntnwtl fin PIiaSaa Tlt T tIfWAt '
iu. Few women inn buy a hat ready
made that tits comfortably. It It is
too large III thc crown, It will come
down too low on tho forchend, while,
on the other hand, If It is too small,
It will "wabble" nround ami never
Btay in Its place. Heine, bo cure that
the hat fits. Wear a veil by all mcana,
but not for tho purposo of keeping
jour hat In plaic rather, to keep tho
l-.alr ucat nnd to protect the face from
wind nnd mid.
See that the veil you wear cither
matches your hat or else harmonize
with It Do not near a purpfe veil
brown n n color that will go ltl nny
thing, lliown Is also tho mo?t becom
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mill weather. Illuo veils make ono
look purple, black veils aro only tio
eomlng to blondes, whlto veils soil In
two or three wearing. A brown veil
cn:ts n glow on tho bHIii.
Many girls have only one hat. This
? inoit extravagant, and yet they
will tell you they can afford only one
1 raw n girl last week 011 n wet nnd
windy day. Sho had on what 1 pro-
mmo'was her "only" hat. It was a
soft grny felt, trimmed with plumes
nnd velvet (lowers, a really beautiful
hat. Over this she had tied 11 largo
faded light blue chiffon veil. It cov
ercd almost tho entire hat, then was
brought down and tied under her chin.
I inn think of no more dreadful pic
ture. 1 am stirc that tho money she
had Invested In tho flimsy veil would
liavo purchased a plain llttlo felt call
or, and I am also Biiro that sho maid
have found a pleco ot ribbon or velvet
In her piece bag to make n band
around thc nlnln hat. Then she would
have had her dress hat for clear clays
and her nlmplo hat for rainy days.
A CALENDAR TEA
A simpler form of calendar enter
tainment is a calendar tea. This feu
tlvlty Is especially adapted to adult
companies past the darning age.
The InvltnlloiiB nre wilttcn 011 tho
blank sldo of tho little calendars
which ran be obtained nt a statloneiy
j The amusement consikts of a series
of guessing games appropriate to the
' calendar Idea
I Tor one of thoso have n large clrcu
Ills lar table on wlili.Ii place llttlo objects
iiff smfa ws&
P.O. Box 40
or pictures ellpoed from magazines
trprcscntlng the different days,
Thus n pnrchincnt roll tied with
rlblion stands for June, tho month of
graduation; a gilt stnr for December
when tho star ot Hcthlchcni Is rele
hratcd, an apple tied to a string for
Oitober nnd Hnllnwccn; pleturo a'
Hach llttlo objcit or picture should
no Idonllfled with n number nrd by
whlih It inn lie guessed. Cilvo a slip
inlcndnr for tho best guess.
Another gamo Is founded on llterarj
and htslnrle allusions and quotations
concerning months. Kxamplc:
What great person was warned to
l.ownro of the Ideas of Manh?
Twelve sikIi questions nro written
011 inrds with tpaios for the answers
left blnnk. These tile plnjcrs are re
quired to 1111 out. A nrlzo In tho form
of a perpetual calendar la given for
tho best set of gucises.
IN THE SICK-ROOM
(lood cheer Is better than medicine,
The Jest lias nn Important part to play
as a remedy for Irritability.
Don't tell long stories.
Don't rehn3b other pcoplo's trials.
Don't think up miserable possibilities.
Order, observation and obedience
arc three cardinal virtue; In n nurse.
Add to thcso tnet, thc want of which
is tho hnso of nearly every sin a nurse
TO TAKE ON FLESH
Drink plenty of water.
i:at plenty of starchy foods.
Sleep ten hours out ot the twenty four,
(live full play to the lungs In breath
ing, Ilefuse to worry.
Take six raw eggs a daj
Drink plenty ot cream nnd milk.
Kxcrclsc onlj moderate .
Senttle, Keb. 17. Federal Judge
Hantord asserted today that certain,
actions Inetltutcd in hl court led i
him to suspect tin lo -nl United State
immigration otneerr are persecuting I
JapnncFc, at tho sa-ie time niscrtlng I
that If ho found sur'i lo ho tho case j
I1U nuimi luilliuiljr ti-.iuil uiv mutt.;!
to the President.
"I want to hear one or two of these
habeas corpus cases," tald tho Judge.
"If I find the allegations In Ihcni aro
true and the Immigration oltlco Is as
inuiii at fault as Is asserted, 1 will re
pint the mnttei to the President of
the Hulled Htatoii for his considera
tion.'' Tho Immigration officers rcent the
insinuations and say they are merely
exercising activity In tlio maltpr ol
an est lommeiisurnto with the cilii
uliig nnd erifilness of the JapuiiHe
lu nn effort to smuggle theniHelves In-
to tlio country
For eatlnfc, drinklnfi. end cooklnfi
Puic. Delicious, Nutritious
mai.r.H.D u. .. 'at. omibi
BruVfut Cocoi, 1.2 lb. tint
Uilf t'l Chocolttc (uBiwectened), 1 .2 lb. clw
Ccrrota Swtrt ChocoUtr, 1.4 lb. ttlet
lor Sole by ladlai Grocers
WALTER BAKER & GO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
43 HIGHEST AWARM IN EUROPE
JAPANESE PERSECUTED IS
SEATTLE JUDGE'S IDEA
Seattle, Vnsh., Feb. 17.-r-Fedcinl
Judge Hanford asserted today that
certain actloim Instituted in Ills
court led hlin to suspect the local
I'nlted Stats3 Immigration offlceis
nro peifeciitlng Japanese, at tho same
timo aw.eitlng that It ho found such
to bo the case ho would formally re
port tho matter to tho President.
"I want lo hear ono or two of
these habeas corpus cases," said the
Judge. "If 1 find the allegations In
them mo truo and tho Immigration
ntllce, U as much nt fault as Is assort
ed, I will icpoit the matter to tho
President of the Pnlted States for his
The Immigration otllccra resent the
Insinuations and say they aro merely
exercising activity In the 'matter ot
arrest commensurate) with the run
nine and crnftlncAs of the Japanese
i lu up elTnrt to smuggle themselves
Into the country.