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even powder and balls for the bid
muzzle loaders are bumping the ceil
ing. Ordinary 12-gauge shells for bird
and rabbit hunting are up. nearly 100
per cent, the kind that sold for 55
cents a box a year or so ago now
bringing 95 cents.
The big game hunter using a 30-30
or a 250-3000 will find it costs mm
about 7 cents to fire his rifle.
Ammunition for smaller caliber
rifles has gone up corerspondingly.
TOMORROW'S FOOTBALL GAMES
Wisconsin vs. Chicago at Madison.
Michigan vs. Syracuse, Ann Arbor.
Michigan Aggies vs. Oregon Ag
gies at East Lansing.
Indiana vs. Tufts at Indianapolis.
Notre Dame vs. Wabash at South
Minnesota vs. Iowa at Minneapolis.
Northwestern vs. Drake, Evanston.
Purdue vs. Illinois at Lafayette.
Nebraska vs. Nebraska Wesleyan
Yale vs. Wash. &.Jef., New Haven.
Harvard vs. Cornell at Cambridge.
Princeton vs. Dartm'th, Princeton.
Army vs. Villanova at West Point.
Navy vs. Georgia at Annapolis.
Brown vs. Rutgers at Providence.
Pittsburgh vs. Penn. at Pittsburgh.
CLAIMED RIGHT TO BEAT WIFE
Her hubby claimed a divine irght to
beat her when he pleased, declared
Mrs. Elizabeth Stone before Judge
Thomson yesterday. He did beat her
and poured hot tea on her, she says.
Judge Thomson told her she could
have a divorce.
Wilbur Stone is librarian at the
New York. John M. Glenn, secre
tary HI. Mfg. ass'n, complained at
convention of commercial bodies'
secretaries here that state and fed
eral governments of both parties
persistently" were antagonistic to I
J BIG CLEVELAND REPUBLICAN
OUT FOR WILSON
Cleveland, Oct. 27. The Hughes
campaign here got a terrible jolt to
day when Homer H. Johnson, lead
ing lawyer and lifelong Republican,
announced that he "would probably
vote for President Wilson."
Johnson was a delegate to the Chi
cago convention that nominated
Hughes and is a member of the Re
publican county executive commit
tee of Cuyahoga county, which in
cludes Cleveland. He is an ex-president
of the' Cleveland chamber of
commerce and is one of the most
public spirited men in the city.
"President Wilson has handled the
difficult situations of his administra
tion as well as they could have been
handled," said Johnson.
"I have the highest admiration for
Wilson. I think highly of Hughes,
too, but I think there is no necessity
for making aj change.
"In all this carping criticism and
fault finding that has been indulged
in this campaign, sight has been lost
of the paramount issue, the diplo
matic problems to be handled and
the big questions that will have to be
decided when peace comes.
"President Wilson is a bigger man
than his party. I have the utmost
confidence in him and in his ability
to handle the big questions that will
come up for settlement after the war.
"The issues to be decided after the
war make the presidential election
this year a question of men rather
"When it comes to a choice this
year between two splendid men I be
lieve President Wilson has had the
experience and he has shown that he
merits the confidence of his fellow
countrymen, so I probably shall cast
my ballot for him."
St. Louis. Sam'l Gompers' attack
on presidential candidacy of Chas. E.
Hughes drew counter attack from
Ex-Pres. Taft in speech here last