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rvn.s'ivrt nt'M.i:TiN', Honolulu, t h
SATMIUY, JAN 23, 1909.
JOHN D. NOT SOURED'
Writes rtlcle G.vng
His Views On
SAYS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
GETS MOST FOR ITS MOMLY
ERS' WIVES TELL WHAT THEY KNOW ABOUT PE-RU-MA.
Teifection ot Oruniiation Is the
Reason for This Vrtluc of
Cooperation in tiivir.g
New York, Dec Z'J If .1 ''.i' 11.1
lion to 1I0 business Ik t fecit. e hi 1
Ing waste mil In k"1k bttti re
lulls, why l tit conililnjtlun 1 u w
Important In tihlliiilhri)ilr wink lu
tills question I et forth the tett f .' 1
urtkle h John I) Hnrki teller li 1 of ,
the Standard Oil Interest piiblWie I '!i 1
the current Issue of the WorU's Wo-lc
'Hie general mibj-ct of Mr Him I-1
let's article Is "The value t.r the
( lenitive i. Inclp'o In r.lvlni-"
Mr. Rockefeller expiesjes II
lief that the general Ih.i nf coop 1 .
lion In giving for education rrnr.il .1 I
teal rtep In advance" when An hi
Ouineglo consented In become n 111 11
Per of the Ceneral education II"
"for In accepting n position In t' .
t'lroctor) he hixlt moms to ii'
stamped with Ills approwil Hit ' 1 I
principle of cooperation In nlui'i 'In
eilucatlunil Institutions of our 11
He Roes on to il"erll" In w.ni. .
till the wink of the ('.en-l-il I !.! 1
Hon Hoard which he sild Ii it. 111.1 U or
In making a careful stud) of tin 'cv
thin, alms, work iew.iice, udmlals
trutlon ami eilucatlonal v due 1 cmim
ami prospective, of tin- Intiltu n.,ih nf
higher learning In thu I'nltod St 'tfj
The tlo.inl he sis. makes its contri
bution averaging rsoniclblng like
2.0o0.fijil a e-tr 0. the mutt careful
comparative study of meds ami op
portunists throughout the country
"Its records are open to all. Many
benefactors of education nre nvultlng
themselves of thehe disinterested In
quiries ami It Is hopeil that more will
1I0 ko " 1
Home Interesting K' nerval rewirUs
cm the subject of benovolence Illumin
ate Mr. Hockefeller's point of lew.
l'or instance he says:
'To help an lueilclent. 111 located,
unnecessary school Is it waste. I am
told by those who li imj given most
rarelul study to thla problem that it
Is highly prolnble that enough money
has been FqimnJereJ 011 unwise cduci
tlonal ptujects to have built up a 11 1
llon.il system of higher education ade
quate to our need If the money had
been proper! directed to that end"
Of Human Catholic methods Mr
Hntkcfuller i.ild that he has "en the
oisuiilzatlon of. the Ilonrin churth se
cure hettet results with n given mini
of iiiotiG) than other church organize
tlons are accustomed to ncure from
the tame expenditure It Is unueccs
sary to dwell upon the centuries of c
perlenco which the Church of Home
has Kone lliiuuqli to perfect n Kieat
owr or organization."
Commenting upon the Bruit nnii of
nppenllnK letters received Mr Hocke
tellei sas that four fifths of them t-ru
lcquusts fur mone) for personal use
"with no other title to consideration
than that the wiltcr would be gratified
to have It."
Mr. Hockofoller pays ti warm tribute
to the mctuoiy or the late l)r William
H. Harper, piesldenl of the Unlvcrslt)
of Chlcuso. and makes without qualifi
cation tle statement which will ho ijir
prising to many persons, "tint ilurlny
the. entire icrlod of his presidency of
the University of Chicago, hu never
onco either wrote me u letter or asked
me personally for n dollar of money
lor tho University" He goes on to
ixplaln that In thh 11s In it'l other
cues the RlftB to tho University vvei
me resim or me presentation of its
beeilg "made In vt riling hr tint nnii-i.rv 1
of tho University, whoso siKchl dutv I
V,,.prc'uro .'" ''"'IsetB '! "Ier
inlmid Its llinnccH It Is tint personal
interviews and Impassioned appeals,
but sound and Justlf)lnt; woith that,
Micnild nttinct aud secure tho funds
of phllanthiopy. The people lu gieat
iniiiibera who aro constantly Importun
ing mo for pergonal Interviews in be
half of fuuulte causes err lu suppos
ing that the Interview, were It poj.
t lisle. Ii the best way, or even a good
way, of seeming whit they want"
In the course or his article Mr. Hock-efclln-
fajs of hlmseir. "Criticism
that 'deliberate. Mibcr ami fair is al
wnjs vnluablo and It ahould ho wel
tonied by all who desire piogress. I
havo had nt least my full share of nd
verso ciltlclsm, but I can truly say
that It has not cmbltli red me, noi left
1110 with any harsh feellns ngalnat a
living soul. Nor-do I vvlslPto be ci It
leal of thoso whoso conscientious Judg
ment. frankly oipiesEed, dllferK from
my own N0 mutter how noisy thn pes
flmlsts tuny bo, wo know that tho
world Is getting better ktiadlly and
tapldly. and tint It U a good thing to
icmember In our niniuents of deprcs
slon or humiliations"
DRUOQIST POSTED ON ECZEMA.
Hczcma miffereiB chnnld .tsk their
inmiiy puysiciati or tho Honolulu Drug
Co, of this city what icports 1110 being
cteiti'u iroiii mo patienta wim imvo
uren treating tho Bidn wllli oil of win
torgiccn liquid ns compounded In I). I),
The Ilov. Thomas A Kelly of St.
Agnes' Iloman Catholic Church, I'nt
ersou, ,N". J., coniiulttcd suicide In
mldoccan by Jiimplng oveiboaid
fiuiu the steamshli) Aiublc. uccoidlne
to n wireless tcleginin received ntjwlun puhl iuio the Tuasury, ho tot
Puecnstowu, ujuit by tho Tronsurui ns u special
-ftfl- "- -""-
VkWM S0&l itt.diETaed ??tL'?"''0'T l'unT" Wch I'd.d f -Sjl Wffilfl
mfvSHlfcL Ha&MwS ln' '!', "Tho first bottle relieved me, nd :: n7 'aJJtSSBs' JflfMgM
AMfii ( mS " W"" I "fol0 to after using four boltlos I was entirely j ' to ) VVyflS' jMJrM?
(-. VeiRJ"'ta' 'V MMHif jour oil vlecl ""u'o recommend l'eruna to all who Z? WW I vliv I SjkL
x 1 1 n inrouun 1110 wmier.
Indigestion and Nervousness.
Mrs. Letiorii llwlenhamcr. H V I). 1,
;ox l.i, Kernersvllle, or 111 Carolina.
L'.H. A., writes tho folluvvln letter to
The l'eruna Drug Manufacturing Cuui-
,,,n! , ... , , . ,,
--. .UUr-u ...... .. ..- i.",
IndlKesllou fur some time, aud UothliiR ,
that I ate agreed with me.
"I wm very nervom and oxpcrlenrvd
a continual ftellng of uueaslucs and
"I took medicine from the doctor, but
It did me no good, I found In one of
your l'eruna books a discrlptlon of my
vmptoms. I then wrote to Dr. II art
nun for advice. Ho said I had catarrh
f the stomach.
"I took l'eruna and Manalln and fol
lowed his directions and can now say
that I foci aa well as I overdid,
"1 hope that all who arc alllicteihw lib
thu same symptoms will Uko l'eruna,
u II has certainly cured me."
The following wholesale drugist will supply the
Babbitt Drafts His
Teacher Pension Bill
Supcilmemlem f I'ub.lc Insliui-tlnn lurid foi thu impose of this" Act;
Uitbbitl hits submitted to the Ouvormir.j " Ono pel tent, per annum of the
u draft of tho p.-oporcd teacher s i..-ii-. itHiL-ctlo uilarleH paid to Inspictoi
, , , ... . , , . ,, , principals, leuchcrs and nptcnl teach
Mo:, bill, which will m.ihnl,te,lljeauSr.,.ri) clnpovei, ', ,h ,,,,
riuch iIIhciui lull In the cumliu eiv I )U , whtsils r this 'ferritin v shnll. wli.-n
of tho legislature, 'flu hill, nu di.iri
ed, roads as follows: "
Section 1. The Ruprrlutuileut nml
the CiiniinUtlcncra of iMbllo lnsti no
tion shall ((institute a 'bounl f trup,
iee who t hall have full conttol und
uiauai;cmiut of tho fund cnaud by
this Act. The Bupeiluteudciit el. all
be chnlimin of Kuld Hoard. Iho See-
let 111 of tho Dennrtmeut of Public,
ni.iriii.Miiii uimti 1,.. 11. n u. ,-.. ii.i-v nt
Mil Ilo.ud and shall kcon. In 11 sen.
l.r.to book, u true and correct account
of nil tho proceedings of bald Ild.inl.
Tho Attoincv Qeutral of tho Tenltory
of Hawaii shall bo the legal adviser or
1-11I1I Hiiaid, and 1 It .ill attend to all
legal ii'nttcM minim: out or the con
tiol und muiiiigeii'cnt of bald fund.Tho
Treannei of the Tenltoiy of' Hawaii
nhn1 h.- thn tieuRiiier of snldlloard.
Tho Audltoi of tho Tenltory of Ha
waii shall audit s.ll ik counts of snld
fund and shall draw all warrants pay
ehlo from said fund, which wurrunts
shall he drawn (inly upon tho order of
n majority voto of said Hoard, which
order bhall bo certified by tho Chair
man and bccietary of tho rioiul.
Section 2. Tho Inadcd government
oltlelals herein named an I lo whom me
assigned duties to hi perfouued lu
tallying out tho Intentions of till.-.
Act rh.'ill bu liable upon their omclrtl
bonds for the faithful puifoimaiicu irf
Section 3, Tl'srn bhall bo set apait
hi the Tieaauiy of the Territory of Ha
waii 11 Hpcclul fund for the purposu nf
this Act which fund slull be known ai
the Teiclieis' l'ciiblon Kunil and which
fhall cuiuhl of tho following moneys
v.lth Interest o," Iikoiiio thereof:
1 Two and otm-hnlf per cent, of
tho school ta cnllectod lu thu Tuirb
toiy of Hawaii Ono-hair of this
amount, or. one und a quniter per ctnt
of the school tnx collected, shall when
paid Into the Tien, irv he set apail
benu annuaiu ny in0 Tronrtiror as u
special fiiml foi Hi. pii.-pose of tltlj
Act . ;
2 All donations, leg teles uud gifts
which shall he nude to llih fund shall
IW'Inkler, Hmito E,
"I thankv 011 ery
' much for 3 our-advice.
I can safely
lay that l'eruna and
Manalln have saved
"When I vvrolo to
you tho llrst time,
uUn;; vour advice,
my condition was
so poor that I did
not expect to live
through tho winter,
I but now I am yiertelly healthy,
"I csnnot tirslfii vour medicine
enough, and I roctminend it In others."
Catarrh of Stomach.
Mrs. Mnry Allen, Houle il, l'ranklln,
Thiiik Hf.ec. 1T. S. A.. wrltpAt
, "lamglad tobeable to tellyou that I
a,,, well of catarrh of the stomach, for
,,,,.,, , a, ll(.8rtlv th,nUrui , vou
for V)ur ,,,, U(,t lccn ,or
l(,rmiu1 ,,, Il(.V(.r 110 u.,n Wll.
-i ilBd three ph)slclans. OueWthem
...i.i ,.. iiuAtninit tlmt liu could not
"I hd been sli-k about nine months
when a friend asked mu to try l'eruna
to gratify hi r; so I commenced taking
L'leunoat mid wi.lknnd work, T.very
body says I look ii- well us 1 ever did,
Oh, you don't kuow how thnukftil I
do ft el to vou.
"I hsve gut sevtrul other pmple to
take l'eruna. 1 praise It lu every-
pulil Into tho Treasury, be bet npart
by the Treasurer us a special fund for
tho pmpuitu of this Act, except that
l'o deduction shall bo nude from tho
halary of any of tho nforesuld e.u
plojeet pnltss nuthorlzcd by Ills or
lor written uaiueut lu the same.
-I All monejii which may ho oh
tallied front other Miurces or by means
ilnlj mill legal!) ilevlhed by ualinio.trd
or with their consent, for tho Incroise
of said fiiud hhull, when paid Into the
licnrtiry. be set upait by tha Tre.iB
itrer ns it special fund for thu purt oso
or this Act.
Bitllon 4. Thu Uonirtinent or Pub
lie lmtiiifllou in making pny rolls ror
Inspector.!, pilnclpals', tuacher(t and
Hpetlal leichers herelnboforo menllon
od shall diiduct bemlannually lu thu
mouths of Novemhur and May from
Iho salary of each of tho said umplo).
ees (who htm so signified his consent
lu wilting which consent shall be
ilcouul an application for pension) c
rum equal to ouu half of onu per cent,
nf his or her annual salary, nml i-lr.ill
ccillfv tho amount of such deductions
uud the uttmeH of such pursuits from
whofec bul.iiles such doluctlou hnvo
been made; mid such ceil Ideates t-lrall
nctomp u;v the sild pay-roll to tho
Auditor of tho Toirltory, who shall
diitw u wairnnt fur thu amount of such
deduction, so certified, paynblu to tho
Tieasuiei of tho Tenltoiy, who thall
bold the saino subjuct to tho dlipoa
of tho said Ilo.ud of TiusteoJ us here
inbefore rp( dllcd.
Section C Tho Department of Pub
lic Instruction shall have puwc,- to
letlir fiout tit nice any luuieclor, prin
cipal, teacher or special teacher who
shall hnvo boned lu such capudtv or
capncltles In tho schools of this Tor
tltory for nu ftssregate poilod of twoit-ty-flvo
yeura, uud such person so 10
tired blinll hucomo a pitnslunor tindei
this Acf pmvllod 20 years of such
torvlt 0 ihall have been biieut in tin
piilillu scltoole uf this Turiltoi)
Section C Any Impcc'tor, pilnclpal,
luiirliur or spidul leathura who rhall
hnvo Lurved lu biuh ojpaelty or c.t
pucllles III the scIkmIh of this Tenl
-fc.j i. -.l--Wfc", 71 '.aisfjflffi.frii
v-vb " !". .- ... cougns anu conn 01 cniuircut a nose " ? VVV lao' . I '
Martin, It. It. I,
La Motto, Iowa,
Ing for some
tlmo with soro eyes I was advised by
a friend to try l'eruna, which I did
"Tho first bottle relieved me, and
nf ter using four bottles I was entirely
"I do recommend l'eruna to all who
aro atUlcted with catarrh. I, have
found It to be a great remedy also for
coughs and colds of children) a dose
at bedtime will relieve them from
coughing all night. 1 always keep It 011
hand, aud recommend It."
Catarrh for Seven Years.
Mrs. T. Vrceh, II. It. No. 1, Hickory
l'olnt,Tcnne;suc, U.K. A., writes) "lam
happy to tell you that 1 am cured of ca
tarrh. I have followed jour good and
kind advlco faithfully. I bless tho day
when I wrotoyouof my condition, and I
will always praise l'eruna, I think It la
ono ot tho grandest modlclneson earth,
"Having been nllllettd with catarrh
and stomach trouble for seven years,
and aftor having tried four different
doctors they only lellcvod mifor allttlo
while, Igavcupallhopeof belngcured.
I only wiighed one hundred and thirty
pounds, aud was so weak I could hardly
get around thu room.
"1 m Ikdiieed to try l'eruna, and to
my great Mirprluo lam now entirely well.
I My weigh! Is now one hundred and
eighty eight pound, my health never
wn lietter in my lire. 1 shall alwa)s
I praise Dr. Uurtuiau and his luiutdles."
tory for it peilo.1 of 30 cnrs, ma vol
untnilly totlre- from servlco lu the pub
lic bdiools nml beenmo 11 ponsloner
under this Act, provided 25 venrs uf
such servlco shall havo been spoilt in
thu public schools of this Territory
Section 7. No pension paid under
this Act shall exceed foity per cent, of
the uiiuuul salar) of the pensioner re
ceiving II nt tho tlmo of retirement
iioiu scrvlcp, nor shall any pension u
teed tho sum of four hundred dollnir.
per uiiutim; und further all pensions nt
all times 1.I111II bu nt thu same rittu per
cent, of thu salaiy of thu .several pen
1 loners tit tho tlmo of lellremeiit, ex
(opt In cites where tho pem-lous ut
that rate would exceed four huniUid
dell trs per annum.
It the nmouut 01 money contained lu
this fund skull hooomo at any time In
adequate to fully carry out tho provl
Llo'is hcrtlnlieforu mentioned, the
'liutees of said fund shall then pay
inn lain to thu pctsuus untitled to par
ticipate in snld fund such amount as
in their judgment thu conditions of
the fund will wnuant, mid such pay
ment shall bu In full of nil pensions
then duo nuclei- thu piovlsions of this
Section 8. No person shall become
a pensioner under tills Act who has
nut ctmlilhatud tti thu fund hercb)
cieated 1111 iiiuoiiiit equal to twenty
I or tent of his or her Hiihuy per mi
nim at tho tlmu of retirement; but
lilt) kiich person, othctwlso qililllloi!
who has been or who shall havo been
In thu sci vice of thu Department of
Public Instruction prior to Jtily 1, 1910,
nitty becomu it pensioner iiudei this
Act by puking, u cash payment to thu
said ruud ut tho tli.) of lutliement of
trncli an amount as his or her previous
contributions may have fallen short of
Iho rttpilred' twenty pur cent of his oi
lier salary per nnnum at tho time of iu
llieinent, piovhled.'liowcvor, that nich
pci Miu become within pnu )cnr fiom
July 1, I'JOQ, an applicant for puuslou
as specified In Section 4, Any duly
qualified person on entering tho ser
vice subsequent ta July 1, 1910, may
bicoiup uu applicant for pension hut
birch pei sun must becomu tin appli
cant within ono veai of entrance or
tlmo nf service ns effecting this Act
will not hu counted until such pcrt,nn
becomes actual applicant.
Stctlun 9 If ut uny tlmo any In
tpettor, uilnc.ipal, teacher or speclul
teacher shall bo tllsth ira;ed from tho
teivlco beroro until puison would uud
ei thin Act hu entitled to n pension,
tin 11 sii"h pel sou shall ho paid hick
all thu money hu or she may luivu con
tributed to this fund.
Stctlou 10. No pension shall be
paid from thu fund denied by this
- iliiTrr'iiJ Ii
fs miu intfl
The Farmer's IVlfc.
Who Is In a bottor position to know
Is required In the farmer's home? She must meet Its troubles, eolvo Its prob
lems, ward oft disease, nurse the sick, she mustdo all thce things hcrsolf,
and she learns by valuable experience what Is best and,w hat Is not best.
In Jiumberlcss farm homes l'oruua is relied upon aa tho family medicine,
l'eruna books aro consulted In health and disease, l'eruna Is uud as a pro
entlvoas well as a corrective lu disease.
The wives of the farmer of thu United Ktates conntltttto a solid phalanx
in favor of l'eruna. Against this testimony tho slanders ot nfuvvcVltlcs will
not prevail. Ouesenslblo mistress of
knows more about l'eruna than all the
Peruiid In Her Home.
Mrs. Anna Under, It. l'.D. No.fi, Das
sel, Miekir Co., Mlnucrota, U. K, A.,
wrltosi "For two years I suITercd with
that terrible dlseuso, chronic catarrh,
"l'ortunately 1 nvv Jour advertise
ment In my paper and I spoko to my
sister about your medicine. M10 wrote
to you and I got jour advice rrte of
charge. I took l'uruna and am w ell and
retail trade: behson, smith & co.,
Act beforo July Ht, 1910; hut any per-1-011
legally entitled to becomo n peti
tioner under this Act may retire or lu
letlied Horn tho servlco before that
time and shall not bo deemed to liavq
rmftltcd his or her rUht to becotuo a
pensioner under lire provision of thU
Stctlon 11. This Act thall lake ef
f(Ct rinin and nftu. the 1st day of Jul),
Orrine Dsstroys the Craving for
Drink Cnre Effected or
It wits formerly customary for the
linliltu.il drinker to taku thu plotlgo
t-egtiluil), sometimes onco a year, and
sometimes In oviry tit of tomorsu that
followed his debauches, und thon
Hut now It Is gradually dawning on
tho world that pledges do nut stop
drunkenness. When a man tukea
pledge voluntarily, ho expects to keep
It, Every iniui expects to keep his
word ami uu'ry broken pludgo costs
the diiinkard many a heaitacho. Hut
he cannot help It. Ho flshts as lung
us ho can, llrcn ouccumhs to tho ciav
IriL'. Thu neivous s)stem or tho habit,
mil drinker Is diseased, and ha must
have tientnient that will ctno this con
dltlon, Orrine Is sold under a positive
guninnteo to euro tho drink habit or
tho money will ho rofuuded. No other
treatment for tho liquor habit is sold
miller such a liberal guarantee, '
Oiriuo Is pieparcd In two forms: No.
1 it powder, perfectly tasteless und col
orloss, which can he gveii secretly iu
uny food or drink. Orrluo No. 2 Is In
pill form, for thoso who wsh lo bo
ctued of tho hnblt, and It should bo
taken by o.cry ono'who swoars off.
No mnt ter which form of Oirlno Is
used tho guarnuteu Is tho same. Tho
prlco Tfl Onlno Is 1 pur box, niallud
In plain settled wrapper upon receipt
of price. Write for froq booklet on
"How to Cure Drunkenness," (mailed
In plain sealed onv elope,) hyTho'Or
line Co, Washington, D C. Orrluo Is
told by Honolulu Drug Co., Koit street.
J C Mai tin of Da) ton, Ohio, to
whom 1'iebldent Hoosovelt. addressed
u 11 open Icttor criticising "bigotry"
I In rufejence to the lollglon or Tart,
I has wild"!! 11 ictoit, saying tho I'res-
Itlcnt misquoted him,
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.'
1 ' PAZO OINTMENT is Guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
nieedine or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded, Made by
I'ARIS MEDICINE CO.,Suint Louii,
U.S. of A. '. v .
than the farmer' wife herself what
a farm homo who has used l'eruna
literary critics In the world.
a mother of two children.
"I owe It all to l'eruna, I would not
bo w Ithout that great tonic for ten times
Its cost, tor I am well and strong now,
and cannot speak In too high term of
Its value ns a medicine."
In a latter dated Juno 12, 11KK), Mrs, Un
der writes t "I cannot express my tharilts
enough toyou for all the good jour medl
clno has dune tor mu and my family.
Talk of Chailca C, Mngoon, Oovciu r of Cuba, being nniucd for Secio
tuiy of War In Mr. Taft's Cuhiiiat has been tuvlved (lovemor Sla
goou Is being boomed In somu quiitem foi (lovemor of thu Philippines
but cables from Cuba say ho will nu uctept that post While tho
name of Suzictury Wilght Is im itluned frequently as his own succes
sor, it Is believed Unit Mi. Wiilit has greater honors lu stoie, und
It has been said that lu till prob tblllty hu would bu appointed to one;
of the best posts lu thu fuiulgu diplomatic seivke. Indeed, It has
been biiggested that he might Im honored with that ot Ambassador
to Gieat llrltain.J .
Hoy Kiinbcnshuo made an ascent
In his airship ut los Angeles, Oil.,
with his cnglncor dressed us Santa
Claiis In order to give tho city chll
ill en u sight or the Christmas taint
sailing through the ulr.
It was niiiiouiiied In New Yoilt nt
tho home or Miss lleatilre, daughter
of Ogden Mills, that her mnirhigo to
tho I'url of tliniiaul would take plitco
umi hMrf1Mjift(r-)ll--'-1lf'--K rir
This spring I took cold and It sottlrd la
my kidney. At first I thought It was
"I took l'eruna aa directed on tha
bottlo and lu a few days I was all right,
so I owo my health to Dr. llurtiuaii
and his remedy."
Miserable With Catarrh.
Mrs. HettloOrceu, ll.lt.u, Iuka, Illi
nois, U. H. A., writes! "Last November,
I had catarrh, and felt so inlicrablu, I
thought that 1 would go Into consump
"1 tried so many doctor and medi
cines, but nothing did meanygoud, only
"After I began tho uso of l'eruna I
began to improvo lu every way.
"My head does not hurt so much,
my stomach Is all right, my ltowels
aro regular, my appetite goo, my
complexion clear, my eyes aro bright,
aud I am gaining lu llcsh uud strength.
"I think l'eruna has no equal aa a
Who May Be
Mr. Taft's Secretary of War
Samuel Ilodtnsky was shot down
mid fatally wounded on the dooi
sleps of his home In Haitford, Conn,
On tho gioiind licir Hodlnsky's body
weie found a black mask, a black cup
and a blackjack.
Merger 1 nil Metlntn ruilio.tils 1111
d"i- thu leadership of II. Clay Vllrco
Is lApcctcd loenuso the letliemo'it t.C
Santicl M. IVIton f 1 inn tho prealdetio
lv cf thu Mexican Central.