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Mallga Qfnpoa. COMLY'S.
Tom WAkelj?, of Lanonstcr, spent
The Logan Foundry shut down
for three days this week.
Mrfl. Tom Fields visited tier par
cuts, in Shawnee, thin week.
Squire J. L. Younkor, of Mnx
ville, wns in Logan, Friday.
Mr. Chris. Voreo spoilt Friday
and Saturday in Nelsonvlllo.
Mrs. Jennie Tom, of Columbus',
visited relatives hero this week.
F. M. Stevons of Nelsonville,
was in Logan Friday on business.
Anything you want in Tea or
Mr. Kamo Ferguson spent sev
eral days, of tho past week in Log
an. Miss Anna Morgan, of Nelson
ville, was u Logan visitor yester
day. Mr. J. P. Henderson visited bis
family here for Bevorul days this
Mrs. A. C. Sands, Jr., left for
Cincinnati last Friday, to visit iier
Ti L. Cline of New Straits
ville, was a Sunday visitor at
Mrs. H T. Silverthorn is visit
ing her daughter, m Mount Ster
ling. Mrs. W
Itounsavell of, Colum-
the guest of Mrs. Will
Strawberries fresh every day.
Mrs. Ed. Donovan and children
visited relatives in Lancaster over
Squire David Newman left here
last week for t lie Soldier's Home
Hammocks the prettiest line in
Logan, every one new. At BortB
Mrs. E. A. Allen, of Delegare,
is visiting her son, Dr. C. O. Allen,
Miss Josephine Bowon, of .Union
Furnace, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mr. Ralph Starcher is working
this week in the company store nt
Mr. and Mrs. Will Stionbower,
of Columbus, were guests of Log
an relatives, Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Rochester, of Col
umbus, left hero last week aftora
visit with relatives.
Mrs. Ed. Ohlinger, of Cleveland,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Shaw, last week.
Miss Meta Groves has returned
from Charleston, W, Yn., and will
visit Logan for a while.
Mr. James Porono attended the
f unerul of his uncle, Andrew Frost,
at Znnesvllle, Monday.
Don't forget the recital to be
given in the Presbyterian Cliuroh,
Tuesday evening, Juno ".,
Supt. H. T. Silverthorn was it
busiuesH visitor in Columbus, Fri
day night and Saturday.
For a nice clean shave uall at
McDonalds it Eborst oppnslt Rem
pel Hotel, throe barbers.
Miss Sadie Stoneburner, of Nel
sonville, was the guest of Miss
Barbara Bort. yesterday.
Miss Emma Kliuker spoilt Sun
day at the home of her father, J.
II. Klinker, near Gibsonville.
Mifls Dora Nell Green left Inst
Friday for a visit witli hor sister,
Mrs. Krumlaiif, of Somerset.
Mr. Elijah Mains of New Straits
vllle, spent Decoration Day with
his daughter, Mrs. C, F, Aplln.
Judge and Mrs. 6. W. II.
Wright visited friends in New
Lexington, Friday and Saturday.
WANTED Good girl for gen
eral house-work, Mrs, Gus Heine,
Logau, Ohio. May 24, tf.
Dr, J. E, Frasoh wishes to an
noiinoo that ho will be absent from
his praotloe from Juno 5, until the
Merle McLaughlin, of Columbus,
spent a Uvr days this week with
M mother, Mrs. R. R. McLaugh
Misaea Edtjle Randall and
Eilgena KoiMBavell, of Columbus,
were guests of Mrs. Will GatFney,
Mr. Frank Brown U at home
again after a euacefcsful four weeks
course of treatment at Mount Clar
MIhs Jvenniin. Olianoy, of Mur
ray City, returned home last
Thursday after n visit of several
weeks in Logan.
The Fourth Annual Commence
ment of District No. II, will he
held Saturday, June Oth at tho
Ball' School House.
Mrs. Luke Lehman and daugh
ter Daisy of Columbus, tiro spend
ing the week with friends and
relatives in Logan.
A faseinating theme Hamlet
by a fascinating speaker Dr.
Stafford at tho Opera House,
June 15, at 8 p. m.
Mr. Carl Mittler, of Capital Uni
versity, formerly of Logan, spent
Monday in Logan, tho guest of his
undo, F. A, Koppe.
Mrs. Lawrence Gano spout last
Friday in Nelsonville. Mr. and
Mrs. Gano may change their res
idence to that city Boon.
Mr. Henry Ferguson visitod his
nephew, Dr. Allen, for two wouks,
returning to Ipb home in Vinton
County, Monday morning.
Mrs. W. F. Kessler and son
Hafclett are spending the week in
Somerset, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Myron S. Pond and family.
Fancy Joll'a Oranges.
Mrs. Tide Huston, who has
been the guest of relatives here
for a few weeks, returned to Cleve
land on Monday.
Miss Minnie McBroom arrived
home last week from Washington,
D. C, where she bus been at the
training school since fall. She
.will spend the summer in Logan.
Married by Rev. J. F. Williams
at liia lesideuce in Logan 0. May
2t, Mr. Solomon E, Coakley and
Miss E. Florance Marks. They
will make their home in Loguu.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weymueller,
Jr., and two sons, of Nelsonville,
visited bis father, Fred Weymuel
ler; Sr., last week. The boys re
gained for this week also,
Mrs. Adaline McDonald and two
children, Will and Ednie, have
moved their residence here from
Glouster. They will occupy the
cottage adjoining the risidence of
Charles Wright, on Market Street.
Messrs. John Wellman, Tecum
soli Floyd, of Laurelville, W. II.
McDonald, and George Trimnior,
of Murray City, were appointed
and sworn in by Judge George E.
Martin, Monday, as jury commis
sioners. FOR RENT Best saloon loca
tion in Murray City. Next door
to Opora House.
Inquire of Chits. Seedenflrd, Mur
ray City, Uhio.,
Under the auspices of the Ladies
Auxiliary, Dr. Stafford, of Wash
ington D. C, will deliver, on the
evening of June 13, Ins celebrated
address on "Hamlet." Four hun
dred seats only will be told.
The first team of Sugar Grove
defeated tho Logan Athletics, Sun
da', by a score of thirteen to noth
ing. Allen and Jiirgueusiueler
were tho batring for the Athletics,
and Sharp brothers for Sugar
Mr, Waldo Chute left here lust
Thursday, to visit his brother,
Elmer Ch ite, of Goldfleld, Nevada.
He has been attending Ohio Uni
versity. Botli the above tiro sons
of Mr. Eli Chuto, of Greondale.
WOOL WANTED Wo are in
tho market for all tho wool we can
buy at market prices according to
quality and condition,
W.H. Funk it D. E. Haiish.
Mrs. N. F. Patterson is con
fined to her homo with a serious
case of typhoid. It is supposed to
have been contracted in Columbus,
a few weeks ago, when she was
present at the death and funeral
of her father-in-law, .las Patter
ion, Miss Floronoo Steward of Belpro,
is tho guest of tlio Misses MoOray,
MIhs Steward, who is a graduate
of tho Belpro High Sohool, was
formerly a member of the present
graduating oluss here, and con
sequently is much interested in
commencement exorcises had here
Beechnut Sliced Bacon.
Concert Recital given by tho
Apollo Club Concert Co. next.
Tilosday oveninK, June nth at 8
p. in., at the Presbyterian chit roll
under the nUBpices of the Junior
Cln 1st Ian Society. Proceeds for
the benefit of the new pew fund.
An Interesting program has been
nrraugod for the evening's enter
Mrs. J. K. FriiHch entertained
socinlly liiBt Thursday ovoiilng, in
honor of her niece, Miss Gertrudo
Chalrantj of Thornvllle.
Ladies Podro Club.
The Ladies Pedro Club met last
Friduv evening in the Honipol
House parlots, with Mrs. Ambrose
as hostess. Flvo table? of pedro
were played, Mrs, Frank Blasius
being the winner of the club prize,
and Miss Alma McCarthy of the
visitors. After the games light
refreshments were served. Mes
dames, Frank Martin, D. A.
'Rannells, John llillison, and Tide
Huston, and Miss McCart'iyfwere
The Junias closed their year'B
work as a clud, witli a picnic sup
per at the residence of the Misses
Rochester, Monday evening. The
business of the meeting consisted
in the election of otllcers and dis
cussion of the program for next
year. The following otllcers wore
elected: Miss Minetta lie-Cray,
President; Miss Olivia Rochester,
Vice-President; Miss Bird White,
Secretary; Mrs. J. D. Sanderson,
Treasurer. Guests or the club
were Mrs, J. O. Boyd, of Princeton,
and Miss Anna White.
The club will have an outing
next week at tho Smith farm.
Some people say you must not
pay any attention to anything one
sees in the newspapers, that" such
hot stuff the Mayor of Logan and
your humblo servant been pouring
into their would-be advisors.
Mr. and Airs. Elmer Bay from
Tippecanoe, spent severul day here
Mr. George Clowes from near
Shawnee, wns seen here last Sun
Mr. J. F. Huffman from Lan
caster, was the guest of our popu
lar barber, Mr. John Spencer last
Mrs. Etta Bush of McArthor,
visited hor sisters, Mrs. Chas.
Dowr.hour and Mrs. Win. Marri
son several days last week.
Mr. James Bateman of this
place, had business in Buehtel
Mr. James Smith of Sand Run,
was seen hero last Saturday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McAllis
ter had business in Nelsonville,
last Friday evening.
Mr. Win. Parks and family, our
band boys, Mrs. John Dotvnhour,
Mrs. Charles Green, Wilber
Mathony, Eula Spooner, Lulu
Bailey, Bee Ross, J. II. Blosser,
Miss Zoo Ross, M. Gano Evans,
Kate and Tillie McAllister, Mr.
and Airs. Clarence Smith were
among those from this place that,
attended the supper at Lougdtreth
lust Saturday evening for the lieu
efit of Mr. James Dasher who is
low witli lung trouble.
Mr. James Smith of tills pluoe,
who has been very low with a
complication of diseases, is no bet
tor at this writing.
As the Marion scribe requests
us to give'tlie diffeionee between
reason and excuse, I wish io say
that according to what wo have
been told tho word treason should
reason and wo will striko out the
word treasosi and substitute tho
word reason. In tho first place
the Marion scribe made the re
quest appear as if we were classed
among tho good writers why say
Unelo He,, and other good writers
they should havo said Uncle He,
and some better writors, In tho
beginning to give an answer, T
wish to say, the one of the mean
ings or reason is, tho faculty of
Judging, motlvo or to arguo or to
debate. Tho word reason, also
means tho wherefore or the cause
of or the why, Salomon sold,
"Come let us reason togothor in
this cuho." Reason moans to ex
change views or ideas. "Peter
says, "Always be roady to give
an answer to every man JH'that
aekoth you." A reason of tho
hope that is in yon, in this reason
means why or whereof, And the
word excuse moans apology, that
IHWJU'MW'AMH i'U'JUW tJWP-HIIMMffWWIMMWMlUliM til
which excuses- to pardon, to jud
lotilently, excuse also inean to
substitute an answer or some care
ful excuse for not doing tills or
that. We rend In Ltlke Hi 17 to
11), "that tliey with ono consent
bogiu to make excuses And to tell
why they could not lie at the great
supper ol'the King." Now In tills
cine both words iiieun oxactly
the samo, one man had bought
snino land and that, was his ex
cuse or reason, Why lie could
not be til the supper another had
bought some com and that was
his excuse or reason. Why ho
could not bo at tho suppor another
had married a wife and that was
IiIb excuse or reason why ho could
not be there. Now 1 have done
my best on the subject without
giving it snmo study. Will close
by asking other scribes including
tho Marion scribe to give their
ideaB on tho subject. If my ideas
are wrong I am open for correc.
tiou and will be thankful for any
light on the subject.
Wo had a nice shower of rain in
Litis vicinity Saturday and a big
ruin Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mary Wilson is busy weav
ing carpet for her neighbors.
There will bo quarterly meeting
ut Pine Grove church Sattuday
and Sunday June 2 and !!.
Mrs. Beeca Poling who has been
seriously ill caused by stepping on
a nail which punctured her foot
badly is reported getting better.
Mr. John Clilcote sold fine
horse to Mr. Valentine.
Mr. and Mrs. Fen ton Smelts and
grandfather Smelts paid a viit to
Mr. John Kernandatid family Sun
day. Mrs. Clara Cheshire is vihiting,
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James
Mr. and Mis. John Aditins, of
Cedar Grove, were the Sunday
guests of (he former's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lemon, of
near lleslmr , passed through Pur
Ira Bainter and handsome little
daughter were visitors to I'm sell
Mrs. Hattie Paxtou, of Whisler,
visited her father, Mr v Jessie
R. II. Dresback made a trip to
Adelpbia and Laurelville the first
of the week.
Owning a Spring.
It Is said Hint the pootest of us owns
a spilng. Not the kind at whkh you
water stool: or dip down Willi your
little bucket for the puipuse of replen
ishing the mill; can, nor yet the kind
tlint you put In wntehe or on screen
door.s. It Is the kind tlint Is made up
from the w cither icpoits that the poor
mini owns. .
Of couise this Is nnl.t figuratively
speaking. You lute seen spilngs that
if you owned thorn joti would feel like
throwing theiu In the well or tiadlug
them for a yellow dog It haply you
would Mini a sucker who would trade.
What Is tlio use of owning a spring
If you cannot make it uiit or sift down
sunshine according to older-. 7 The way
bpilng behates Itself In too many In
stances n man would feel decidedly mi
comfoitaliie If on walking down the
street Hie small hoys weie to point
lit in out Io the nclglibois as the man
who owned lids lieie blooming Hprlug.
Impressing It on Him.
Ho hadn't any sense or rents,
Hut still hi ntiiik like glue.
Ho MiiiiiIij bought a inrguphone
And tluniiKl) it xulil. .SUIUdool"
Jay In Getting Hurt.
Out of the model n professions which
one does not lea in hi tliu business col
leges, though It is occasionally picked
up Jit a school of experience hy tho per
son with a waipcd mind, Is that of
No, It is not letting the dental stuuent
pi net Ice on you or acting us Innocent
bystander hi u stieet riot. It consists
hi fulling off n slice! car and suing the
tender hearted company for big dam
ages An ludiistiloiw pciHon can visit the
various huge cities of the country,
making a collection of sprained ankles,
dislocated hip mid enough Internal dls
ordeis to start a hospital, and ho will
do fa lily well until the police get on to
It doesn't ieiiihe tiny special train
ing u mhuiioe, Just hook up with a
(.liystor lawyer anil a doctor who will
give you tiny disease you pay for and
the uuttlt Is compkile.
'Do you tivlluve hi suggestion?"
"Sine, Just hand a mini his hat and
coat and the dullest will catch on."
An optimist is an Individual In whom
hope Is both acute mid ehioulc.
Why not anticipate trouble? Lots of
them wu would uover have the pleas
ure of having if we dlilirt.
M a Aj
The Short Brimmed Sailor Hat
Has Resumed Its Sway.
JACKETS WORN UNIVERSALLY.
Kofi rinUhrd THfTctn und I ml In Sllku
Mkr l4lrl jlilrt Wnlat l)reae.
Full SMrt ttlnptril to All Fluurea.
'lull Oottii of Suprrmr Iiitcrent.
The iMiorl Inhumed snllor Is to be
seen everywhere and Is usually
trimmed with n bow hi front and a
huge one nl the back under the brim.
.Striped ribbon adorns many of Ilium
Braid appeals In conventional de
signs or in plain multiplied rows upon
almost nil of the spring and Riimiiier
gmwifl whether the material he lawn.
MNOK 1)K K01K FKOOK.
silk cloth or mohair. A stunning frock
of white mohair Is braided as freely
as a bandmaster's uniform with quan
tities or white soutache relieved with
touches of wide gold braid and dull
There are any number of short,
Jaunty jackets with half fitted hacks
and fronts aud other styles plaited to
the waist, where short fluting basques
are set on.
In I'arls loug chamois gloves for
morning wear aie the correct thing.
The frock in the sketch Is evolved
from a delicate tone of mignonette
nliiou de sole. A piping of white silk
outlines the ruchiugs on the shirred
Spanish flounce aud trims the bloused
waist. The joke is formed of triangu
lar pieces of tine drawn linen.
FOR SUMMER DAYS.
Dog collars of oxidized or lire gilt i
links set with small precious or semi- .
precious stones are now worn to sup- '
port the delicate lace or embroidery
collnis on thin waist-,. It I piedlcted
that till-, summer they will lie more
popular than the big. t.tt beads which
hae encircled the necks of llngeile
waists for the last two or three sea
Soft finished taffetas and India silk
will he used again for shirt w.iist
diesses, with collars and cuffs of lawn
to give freshness at the neck and
wrist. Pongees, ate liked for piactleal
UADIIAH BIIIIIT WAIST.
everyday gowns. This iniiteilal In the
lint in til color cleans well and In all
shades Is cool and sert Icenble. It
blieiN the dust, thereby making" a per
The Pallet slsteis, who aie among
the best known 1'arlnlun modistes, lu
abit that the full skirt Is pcifcctly
adapted to all figures. When properly
cut, they suy, It makes the stout wo
man look more slender and shows to
the best advantage on tho figure of a
The chutelolue, bracelet, from which
langles a pretty vanity case and other
isoful trinkets, Is one of tho vagaries
If the moment. New bracelets ul
nost If not quite au Inch In width din-'
?I.iy largo stoiios or puuels or plaques
if smaller stones, connected by very
open links In diamonds or with heavy
The shirt waist Illustrated Is of
madras laid in rather small box plnltn.
The sleeves are box plaited Into the
nrmholcs and again at the wrists,
whero they form deep ruffs. Tho smart,
low turn back collar and cuffs nro of
THE WORLD OF NOVELTY.
A. decidedly new touch on suiupuu
gowns Is the diupliig of full sleeves tit
the top hack on the bodice so (lint
they seem to be a putt of the corsage j
drapery rather (halt tjipjileoves, J
tifSfct. jU fr- .jiwS1??
I y r
iuwmiI Wiawwwiwiuwtw"taB(geceo8Wiiiiuijp imn.W.m -h
In 1 afTTilie .oTur'of flic mfnnirit U
dead gold, n brilliant brown with a
great deal of gold shot through It.
The einplri' biotup li the lort of half
bodice worn with high princes or cm
an T.iii'iiir. Niciinnnr.s.
plre skirls. A black Jet boleio wllh it
corselet hklit of while Irish crochet Is
the latest Innovation.
tlold and silt or "ovei heels" to slip
on over the heels of sllppeis me nov
elties nom I'm is.
Willie docket button-, that launder
beautifully uia.t be pun liasnl lor the
Tile newest thing in leather ghdles,
by the way. Is of red. while and blue
clieik, icgular rotuth of July nffiilis,
inoie patriotic than piotly
Then- n piotly fancy for making
up sheer tolles oter slilped and llg
ii red silk.
Klbow length sleet os aud long glows
vein especially adapted to the old
fashioned wide bund liriitelet, which Is
ng.iln in vogue.
New sto(kliu.s show designs of Moral
embroidery woiked In iiiiliiiul colors.
'I lie ulghliliess illustrated is a dainty
affair with einphe llnc-i. The sbort
j Jacket Is foimed of strip of lace. The
sleeves, too. aie elaborately tilmmed
and lluMicd with a deep rullle at the
elbow. CiioiiY of ilhliou add another
FOR HOME AND OUTING.
Uvei.t woman is now m.ikiiu up the
half doen Utile gowns of eoltou that
later In the season will be so comput
able to weai. These aie being fash
ioned fioin t In i ti t llowereil illmilics.
embroldeied mulls and printed in gau
dies flint are blossoming oo eteiy shop
Madras, pique and linen aie among
the matwials used for morning gowns
UllKSS Of KVlXiiT EMIUIOIDLUI
that lute m.inj lolloweis These l.tli
ilcs aie at their best when made Into
shirt waist and t.illoicil soils that de
pend lor sinailuess upon Mltched
bands and the skillful use of peail but
tons. Moiuiug dicsscs of the tub vailety
dllfer from al let noon gow lis oul.t In
the length of sUits, which lor lnloiin.il
frocks to be leally sunlit must clear
the glound lui'ii Inn to tluee imlies
Pol ton tulle Is a dellglitlul Mult,
l'lnk voile with a dotted design copied
from a nullum silk pattern Is a piclty
m.tlcilnl when made up Into a short
length princess dress with plaiting-, of
pink ribbon handing tho hem and tilm
llllug tile sboit sleeves. The gllluipe
Is of while mull. In gowns of while
embroldeied stvlss or of .self pl.ilded
muslin, which mateiial Is tery smait.
little Is needed In the waj of ti limning.
Pluslei of tin ks Usually toim the best
iidoruiueut wllli the addition of a
dalutj iMesdeu or colored silk glidle.
Ullihon bows shotting Dresden Hott
er designs an Used etteuslvoly upon
Htiiiiuier gowns, being placed upon the
headlugh of Hie skirt flounces used for
wiMies and ghdles or for trimming
lace .tokes, fopplng pull'y Utile lcees
iiml lor suspender.
The Miutll toft- dre-s In the picture
Is of all over eyelet enibioldery cut In
the I'lviuh fashion. The Dutch neck
mid elbow sleet es ore i ool and pretty.
When n mail loses his temper Un't it
up to Ids ttlte to baud It back to hliuV
ICter.v thing Is
protlt that comes
under the pencil
of tlio amateur
A cinch In the
hand Is worth
two In tho mind.
A little knowl
edge of how to
bundle a gun Is a
Fiequeutly the young lady with a
Dlniio will play for the mini next door
without having been nsked.
While a mule cannot write Ids name,
ir you will glvo lif m uu opportunity h
will leave his nuiik.
A L'lenn awr llneiiB vanl.llv Mflei-
ttolng busiitesi lii a uelghhorliood where
people move about
Agj''f-..i i' ' r vun?"jfl '
ItuiDtoul ( , sv
THE BIG ONES
Conferees Discuss Amendments to
the Railroad Rate Bill.
DISPOSED OF TWENTY-TWO
Reputed Abuses In the Second-Class
Mall System Pointed Out by Sena,
tor Bailey Call for Report on the
Condition of Packing Plants Long
worth's Idea Ruled Out,
Washington, .May 20 When the
conferees on the lata bill adjourned
at the conclusion of a session story
amendment in the bill had been gon
over Mine than n icoie of amend
ments hate been disposed of, either
by acceptance or i eject Ion, the Indica
tion being thai most of them have
been accepted The linpoitant amend
ments ale still subiects of considera
tion ami the Indication;, aie tliat
speedj agieeiueut cannot be hoped foi.
Tlie expiess conipaii .uneiidnient is
still disagieed to, tho pipe "lie amend
ment Is albo one ol those unsettled,
likewise the amendment forbidding
common can lei s ottneishlp in pinduc
ing jo opei ties, the ".Mm Crow" car
amendment it, also In dispute; also the
pass anieudiirent and that lelutlte to
tlie sie of the commission
Dining the conshleiation of tlie dip
lomatic and consulai bill in the house
an Inteiesting debate was had ou the
niieudnicnt pioposeil lit .Mr. Long
woiih (O) to appiopilate fl.ouo.ouu
foi tlie acquisition In foreign capitals
of piopei siteh ami buildings foi the
embassies and legations of tlie United
Slates foi the lesldences of ambas
sadois and miiiisteis to foi'lgu coua
tiles .Mi Longtvoith, in uiging his
amendment, which went out ou a point
of oi dei, insdsied that bj piotidlng
lesldences tin om aiubassadois the
nuesiion of lent would lie eliminated,
lie bald this was now tlie laigest neees
saij expense With a lesideuce pio
tided by the government a man ot
model ate means could live in a dig
nified way on his saluit All othei na
tions, he said, elthei own their own
lesldences oi allow libeiall) for rent.
Mi Slniley (Kyi discussed "tun
wasteful extiawganee, tlie outiageoua
mid !iu-Uneiicuu method of livins ot
some of om lepiesenlatltes abroad.'
He spoke of the leprestutative ot
Ameiic.i to tlie couit ot St. James,
paving $-10,000 a jeai fot house rent in
Loudon and lemaiked that "he was
not lepieseutiug, but misiepteseuting
tlie count i that hnnois him"
Tlie senate he.ud a criticism ot
the second class mail svstem, which
was begun lit Senator Bullev in con
nection with the cousideiatlnn of the
postofflce appiopiiation bill He stated
that tlie bulk of the second class mat
tei had giowa to such an ettent as to
lequiie an uppiopilatiou ot $27,000,
000, and contended that the people
who lead the magazines and papers
should pa this expense, not the peo
ple at laige Speaking of the lelljlous
publications he said that the coat ot
theli tialispoitation could not be be
ri mined, but piotested against makiug
the uoii Plulstiuu taxpaei bhaie the
expense of theli distiihutiou Senator
I'eniose agieed with tn" Texas sena
toi, saving tlint ' the abuse of the sec
oiid class mull pilvlleges aie becom
ing so colossal as lo staitle the iinnr.
iiirfllou and eten om ciedulit." He
said that the pieseut bill cairled $192 -OOO.DOO,
and piedlcted that In a few
je.ir.s tlie amount necssui.t to nieel
the demands would be double that
amount Indeed, lie piedlcted that the
time would come within tlie legislative
lites of pieseut senatois when the
appiopilation foi the postonice depart
ment would not be less than $,"00,000,
000 lie also spoke of the inciease in
tlie west ot the mini dellteiy sei vice,
ami summing up piedicted that unless
the oilginal purpose of the second
class st stem Is lesimed it will opei
ate to bieak down the enthe postal
system. He said that much of the ex
pense is due to (he excessite weight of
adveitising inuttei canled by tho
peilodlcals while much of tlie lead
ing matter was feeble and Ineffective."
The senn passed the postoltlce ap
piopilation bill, canting an nppiopiia
tlou ot $0 l!5,000. aud immediately
atteiwaul idjoiiiued oter Memoilal
Wants Packing House Reports,
Washington, .Mnj .'.0 Hepiesenta
tlte Snlei of N'evt Voi I. iiilioduced a
lesolutlon calling on the piesident, "If
not Incompatible ultb the public lu
teiest, to send In the bouse at liU
eaillest coiiteulence the lepoits ot
Phailes 1 Xelll and .lames H ltey
Holds In connection with tlieli intestl
nation of the 'meat tiust,' the stock
l aids and tho meal packing liolibcs of
I'hlciiKo aud othei places, and all dutu,
exhibits and coiiespuudeiice In .my
tvu.t i elating to the same" Tlie ie
inn t of Mtihfiis Nelll and Ite.tiiolds Is
lielng taciituted. but it was slated ta
il in tliiit inobably It would not be sub
mltted to the piealdent hefoie Thurs
Shontz Dailies Iteport.
Atlanta, Uu. Ma JO Hon T l
Shonts, ehiiliiuau of the I'uuamn canul
coinnilssloii who is the guest ot
Mends lime, denied pusltivel) the ie
poit from Panama Hut lie hod ie
signed tho ehaiiunushl of the cnual
comuilHsloii Over the telephone he
ald: "Thi'ie U aot m woid of truth
lu the report."
"Bliuichu is simply hopeless I"
cried u woman who was trying to
loach one of her friemls to play
"I began by asking her if sha
K"etV me VUllie Ol IIIB CttrUS,- COIIt
i ii . - , ,i - i ..
,lided the woman, "and Blanche
euid : 'NVTiy, certainly. About 10
1 cents a pack,' " Detroit Fre