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rht to the bone, quickens tho
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PRESIDENT CLAIMS RIVER
PLANS ARE LACKING.
Alio Asserts That When Feasible
Proposition Is Put Before Him
He Will Be Ready For Dond
Issue For Large Stream.
BU ItiU President Tnft arrived
In St. Iul at 7:27 o'clock Monday
mornlnc nnd we taken to tho BU
Ixiul Club, whero ho brcakrastod. Af
ter a brief ndilrcus there ha was
whirled In an nuto to tho Coliseum,
when ho siioko at 11 o'clock. Ills
physician had limited him to live min
utes becauso of hoarseness, but ho
warmcil up to hi themu under tho
heartiness of hi reception and spoko
At 2 p. in. ho lunched nt tha Plan
ter Hotel. Prom thero ho went to
Knit St. Ioul to dedlralo tho now
Postottlce, DulldltiR. Wlion this scr
lco was over tho President returned
to BL lnuls and boarded tho Oleander
to begin tho most memorablo crulso
down tho Mississippi ever undertaken
by a President of tbo United State.
Big Day In East Ot. Louis.
Ilofnro tho blKgest crowd over Rath
orcd In Kast St. Ioulfl, President Tnft
Monday nftornoou dedicated the new
Tho dedication of thn Oovernmcnt
tructuro hntl broiiRht thousands to
tho city and with the President, tho
Vlco-Prcsldenl and tho Speaker of the
Houfttt of Itcprcnentatlrcs present.
East fit. Ixiul experienced tho (?real-
est day In her history.
llo'ort' Mr. Taffs nrrlral In the city
at i o'clock Mayor 811a Cook, Kcprc
scntnthu Itodvnborr;, Vice-President
Shorroan and Speaker Cannon had
The day was ntartcd on witn a
Mado In Kant BL liuls" parado In tho
uionilnB. In which dclegntlon from
nearby towns took part. Tbo parado
formed nt Tenth street nnd Illinois
avenuo and stnrted promptly at 10
o'clock nnd wa reviewed by tho Vice-
President. More than C.000 person
were In tho pageant, which was his
torical a well a Industrial.
Dinner In Federal Building.
Following tho parade, n -dinner was
Klvcn nt 1! o'clock nt tbo Federal
Itulldlng. nt which Speaker Cannon.
who hud arrived meantlmo. was a
cuesL Kotowing tbo dinner, tho
scenn of activities was transferred to
the front of the Federal building,
whero tho crowd was entertained until
President Tatt arrived. Tho dedica
tion ceremonies were necessarily brief
owing to tho early hour of tho Presi
dent' departure witn tne waterway
A aecrct service detective guarding
tho President In the Federal Hullding,
mado things hot for Senator Iorrlmcr
nnd a party of friend for a whllo af
tcr Tnft had finished his brief ICast
BL ouU speech.
Tho dtcctlvo was so concerned lor
tho safety of hi chnrgo that ho would
not permit tho Senator nnd tho oilier
to follow Mr. Taft out tho front door
of tbo building nnd compelled them
to tako a sldo oxlL
Tho President returned to SL Louis
it 1:10 o'clock.
New Orleans Cruise Starts.
Thrco short shriek from tho siren
of tho Olcnndor signaled tho doparturo
of President Taft from St. IxjuIs, lead
Ing tho most notable flee t that ever
tenmed down tho Mississippi lllvcr.
As tho Oleander mado a short and
iracefut circlo to strike tho current,
suo was followed by tho St. Paul, tho
next boat of tho tlcot, bonrtng govern
or and newspaper men, and with tho
precision of clockwork, nnd with tho
grace of awuns. tho hnndaomo boats
niod In alaloly array for the long trip
Juwn tha Father of Waters.
At no ono tlmo In tho eventful his
tory of tho river ha so largo nnd dis
tinguished a body of men been borno
an Its bosom.
Aftor tho Oleander nnd St. Paul, thn
boata of tho fleet enmo on In tho fol
lowing order: Qulncy, bearing tho
congressmen; F.rnstus Well. City ot
Alton. Orny Kngle, CI. V. Hill, Illinois,
Florence It., Lilly, Mississippi, Capo
airnrdeau and City of Snltlllo.
Kvcn early In tho afternoon when
tho center of Interest wn on tho
I'ada llrldge, where tbo Hast St. Louis
deception Committee nnd escort were
lined up to receive tho Prcaldeut.
thousands congregated along tho lines
and early obtained positions of vant
age whonco they could tako part In
Taft Receives Ovation.
Taft received nn ovation whon ho
stepped upon tho 8tago at tho Coll-
Tho presidential hair was tousled
and his faco rubicund, but ho smiled
graciously. As ho aroso and his gazo
passed over tho heuds of Gox. Hndley
and tho congressional delegation,
thero was a twlnklo In his tiyo. Ho
gave oven n littlo tug nt his vest na
ho extended tho Taft lorm to Its great
"Undo Joe" Cannon nnd "Our
lluve" Frond sat sldo by sldo nt
tho east end of tho platform. "Uncle
Joe" wan end man, and on Francis'
other sldo was Secrutnry Nngol, then
tho Mayor. Tho Cannon pose was
characteristic. Now nnd then hi left
hand- "Uuclo Joo" I a southpaw
itolo over tho scant cover In,; of hair
on hU hend, whllo hi leg woro
crossed, Instead ot tho perennial ci
gar, ho nervously bit to piece a
toothpick soverol tlmen during tne
ipcchoa. He spoko to Francis and
emphasized his remark with wag of
that lo:t fore-linger. When aov. Had.
ley referrod to ltooaovclt thero was a
relaxation of tho Cannon downward
trond of lip Into a faint smile.
O. Ii. Whltctaw. presiding officer of
tho meeting, announced that Mr, Taft
would speak thrco minute, He nsked
tho nudlcnco io ltoep quiet, while the
rrcsiiicnt posed on tho platrorm for a
Mr. Whltelaw nt 11:25 Introduced
06v. Herbert H. Dudley, who recolved
another ovation whon he stepped to
Tha President's Speeh.
"(lov. Hndley nnd Mr. Chairman,
and LAdlcs nnd Oentlomfn! If you
will glvo mo a llltlo time nnd a little
quiet I Wilt bring that volco back from
Texas, It Is a great pleasuro to mp
to meet people of SL Louis In this
"I feci nt homo hero becnuso I at
tempted to address nn nudlencn here,
beforo thn building had a roof on. i
ns glad to bo here to meet ron nnd thb
distinguished chief executive of the
State of Missouri nnd to congratulate
tho Stato on having not only those
great qualities and resources wblch he
has described, but on also having such
''Wo nro on tho ovo of a great Jour
ney down tho Mississippi river nnd
cursed bo ho who call It a Junket.
It hna reference, n thn riovcrnor says,
to tbo problem of transportation by
railway nnd waterway. Hut tho prob
lem of transportation, of railway, ot
watcrwny, I only n pnrt of a still
greater movement encouraged b)
Theodore Hoosovclt nnd called by him
properly tho conservation of our na
rtcfers to Waterway,
"You In the Mississippi Valley aro
especially Interested In that part ot
tbo conservation that looks to tho In
land waterway; hut you nro not lack
ing In that broad natlonnl view that
takes In tho necessities and tho crying
necessities of other parts of the Un
ion. "The conservation Includes first, and
you nro directly Interested In It, the
preservation of our forests because
their relation to navigable streams
and unnnvlgablo streams has been di
rectly traced by scientific men, the
prevention of Hood, tuo prevention ot
drouth, tho prevention of the erosion
of tho noil, and the transportation by
your Father of Waters, of tho farm
product of the Ohio and .Missouri and
Iowa to tho Deua at the mouth ot the
"The part that the United State as
a government can play In this con
servation of our resourcoahas not been
definitely settled, nnd It la not llkoly
to be settled until all tbo phnsc of
tho problem are presented for solu
tion. Right to Deal With Land.
"It Is certain that the United States
ha tho right to deal with the land
which It owns In such a way as to
conduce to tho general welfare, and
tbercforo that It owes a duty to the
people with reference, tho forest land
that It own to preserve them and
develop thorn ns far as possible, to
make them useful with reference to
our water supply (applause).
"But tbo United States own only
about one-quarter ot all tho forest
land of the United biates. Thoso
other land aro In States, and wo
must look to tho Stnto government
to follow tho example of tho Federal
Government and uso all tbo powor
posslolo to presorvo theso forests Iroui
firo and such denudation as shall en
rich their water equalizing qualities
throughout the country. (Applause.)
"Tbo United States has been most
obviously generous In tho snlo and
disposition of public lands, nnd we
could point out, If we wero hypercrit
ical, tho wasto ncd unauo generosity
with which these lands have been
parted with; but in doing so we are
apt to forgot tho generous policy, and
wo aro apt to Ignore tbo enormous
progress thnt baa been mado in tho
country by tho carrying out of that
generous policy (applause.)
Time for New Policy.
"Thereforo, without any tear for
what ha been done In tbo past, wo
can tako our stand now on tho pres
ent conditions und say that a tlmo has
come for tbo Inauguration of a now
policy, with refcrnco to car a In din
posing of tbo lands that rcmaln-ln tho
United States. Agricultural lands
there would seem to bo no reasons
why wo should chango tho mode ot
disposing of. But thero are certain
kinds of lands that modern progress
show have an element In them that
requires us In their future disposition
to bo most careful,
"There aro tho mineral lands, of
which wo have disposed ot millions of
ceres as agricultural land, und yet
they havo enriched their present own
er by tho treasures under too soil.
"Thero U no reason why wo should
not fjcparntu tho surfneo of tho land
and Its internal contents, Its mineral
content, In tho dispositions, so that a
man may settle land as agricultural
land and cultivate it as such, nnd not
become tho owner of tho coal or min
eral which lies below the surface, and
of which no oue has cogulznnco nt
"Thnt applies to coal lands, applies
to phosphate lands, which contain tho
elements by which other soil enn bo
"Then there ha doveloped In the
last decade an enormous power avail
ablo for all sortH of manufacturers and
for transportation as well In elec
tricity. That electricity can bo most
cheaply produced by water power,
"A grent many site havo beon dis
posed of to prlvnto corporation!, thnt
nro now pursuing a courso witn refer
ence to tho development of this powor
thnt ought tn be encouraged, nnd It Is
quite probable that when they como to
soli that power tho sovereign power of
tho Stato may step lu to regulate tho
rato at which tboy "dispose ot that
power to other Individuals.
Would Regulate Rate.
"In the meantlmo remains In tho
ownership of tho (Jovornmont enou,
power sites over which tho Govern
ment mny rotaln lontrcl by disposing
through conditional deeds or leiuc or
(omo other form of conditional dls
I c ltlon ro i.ial tho rato can be di
rectly rcgulatod through tho owner
ship by tho Government of those ex
isting (lower sites. (Applause.)
"Thero will then bo a numhor of
power sites absolutely owned by pri
vate Individual, a nurnbor controllo-l
hy tho SL'tte, and atlli moro owned
by Iho Gorcrnmcnt ui.dcr tho char
acter of tltto I havo-dollHod; nnd ws
may rest nssurcd thnt under that nr
rnngement monopoly cinnot posses
Itself of all Iho power site In the
And now I come to tho subject of
waterwny. Wo havo dono a great
deal In this country In tho Improve
ment oi watcrwny, nnd wo havo spor)
a great deal of money, I nm not crit
icising the method then pursued. Wo
were engaged In growing; wo had a
great many things to do, and tho first
money that was expended ought to
hatn been expended In tho develop
ment of our harbors on tho sea coasL
Theory Wa Wrong.
. "Wo hnvo pont a great deal of
money on tho wntcrway inland. I do
not think It ha becri spent n much
to a good purpoao an It would havo
been bad wo adopted sonio other theo
ry, and some otner method; but I
am not here to crltlclso that, and I
think that n great deal could probably
bo said In defense of tho economy that
has been pursued In that matter; but
I do think that wo have now reached
a time In tho history ot tho develop
ment of our waterways when a new
method ought to bo- adopted. (Ap
plause.) "Now I would like to clear away a
good many suppositions tbht I am
afraid have lodged In your minds, This
mnttcr of waterway, Improvement by
Irrigation of tho arid nnd subarld
lands nnd of this conservation of Its
resources Is, not for tho purpose of
distributing 'pork' to every part of tba
"Kvery measure that la to bo taken
and adopted must bo on the ground
that It I useful to tho country at large
and not on the ground that It I going
to send certain Congressmen back to
Congress or on tho ground that It is
going to give a certain part of tne
country during tho cxnendlturo of that
money prosperity. If that Is tho prin
ciple, nnd the one which I deprecate,
Is to obtain, I am in favor of going
along tho same old way wo have gonti
"The method of which I nm in favor
of Is this, that wo should tako up
overy comprehensive project on Its
merits, and wo should determine by
all of tho means at our command
whero tho country In which that logic
Is to bo carried out has so far de
veloped as to JuBtlfy tho expenditure
ot a Inrgo sum Iu carrying out the
proJecL and whero the project will bo
useful wben done.
"When you have determined that
on the general prlnclplo of good to
the entire country, then I am In favor
of doing that work as rapidly as It
can bo dono and I am In favor of Is
suing tho bond to do it, and it It
shall turn out that somo part of the
country Is linked to a particular pro
ject by reason ot tho eloquent and
largo words and a general lively Imag
ination, that Is not sustained by tho
facts of an Investigation then that part
of tho country has got to wait until
It ran grow up to that project and
that project como to IL
" "I am not minimizing tbo dlfflcul
ties that are going to arise In select
ing what has to be dono or In determ
Inlng tho order in which those pro
ject nre to be carried out
"I know I value more Intensely than
I ever did In my llfo tho Intelligence,
the Interest and local patriotism that
wo And all over tho United States.
Hut wo cannot trust that under a plan
ot Importance that it carried on and
without sanity and without a knowl
edge, of tho good that Is to como
from It will bankrupt the Government,
"Now there Is a proposition that we
Issuo COO million or a billion dollars
ot bonds for n waterway nnd then
that wo Just glvo that up an npportlon
nto part to tbo Mississippi and part to
tho Atlantic, a part to tho Missouri
and a part to the Ohio. I am opposed
Opposes Split-Up Policy.
"I am opposed to it because It not
only smells of tho pork barrel but It
will bo tho pork barrel. Let every
project stand on it own bottom, let
It provo Itself by meansof Its friends
and by means ot thoso who know
whether It Is to bo profitable or not,
and then enter upon It; but do not let
us In tbo Investigation by a big dec
laration and eloquence embark on a
plan that -will reflect no credit on our
business and common senso and will
only display tho uso ot that local "pa
triotism, which, when united together,
makes up our grand Americanism.
"And now, my friends, I nm going
to ask you to excuse mo from speak
ing further, other than to Bay to you
that I havo had great pleasure In
standing before thin macnlne;nt audi
ence of St. Louis, ot Mlssourlans, ot
Congressmen and of Governors, nnd It
makes my heart swell up witn pa
trlotlsm to look up In your fnces and
to find hero In tho center of tho coun
try tho same spirit of that determina
tion to overcomo any obstacles that
are between us and higher living and
greater prosperity that I have found
from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific Ocean
and from Canada to tho Gulf."
Morphinism In France.
Opium, ns has repeatedly been ex
plained, Is committing ravage among
officers nnd men In tho naval ports,
and now tho Paris Iutrnnslgeant pub
lishes a tnlo ot tho addiction of stu
dents iu tho I Jit In Quarter to mur-
phlne. It saya that tho young men
who havo yielded to tho lulluonco of
tho morphtuo habit nro not content
to satisfy this unwholesomo craving
In solitude, but must needs 11 ml com
panions, so that wholo groups aro cor
rupted and tho evil i steadily increas
ing. Nor is this deplorable weakness
llmltod to tho male sox. Young wo
men, as a matter ot tact, havo set
tho bad oxamplo In tho Quarter, and
tbo men have followed suit. Tho Jour
nal. Indeed, calls on tbo police to keep
a sharp eyo on tbo establishments of
various chcmlBts who, as It alleges
dispense, morphine ou tbo strength of
prescription which art) uinnuestiy
CALLED TO TIJrlL
"Ain't she all rlghL Maria?"
"You might ay something nlco to
b, once In a while, Dob."
Where Inspiration Sits.
Mr. Qulllasbr enmo tiptoeing softly
into her husband's study, rested a
hand lightly nn his shoulder nnd peer
ed over at tho sheaf ot half-wrlUcn
sheets on his desk.
'What are you working on now,
dearest!" sho nsked gently.
'On Mnry' mittens," ho answered
pleasantly, but without looking up.
Mr. Qullluser studied a moment, as
If planning. "Dearest, Wllllo need a
pair of Bhoes moro than Mary doe
tbo mittens. I have already promised
them to tho poor boy. Hadn't you bet
ter work on Willie's shoes first, dear"
"All right, Nellie, all right," ho re-
piled kindly, turning his eye up into
Neltlo's great patient one.
Then ho pushed back "An Ode to
tho Dancing Leaves" nnd cheerfully
began to wrlto a Sunday special on
A Now Substltuto for Coal." Puck.
a. Tnnra Catarrh In thla arttmn el t!M rumtrr
Ulan all otlwr dtoraMt put hwithrr. and until In last
lew jrara a uppofd to be Incurable. For a (rial
marif vmra doctors pronouncrd It a local dlaraae and
Erescrioea local rcmram, sou vj iwuwiiij
) cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
..Iran haa nroven Catarrh to be a conitltutlon al dsv
ea-e, and Urretora requires cotuUtutkmal treatment.
Hall's CaUrrb Cure, manufactured br i. J. Cheney
Co. Toledo. Ohio, Is tha only coniututlonal cure on
the market. It at taken Internallr m doers from 10
drops to a tenarnontuL It acts dlrectlron tne blood
and mucous surfaces Ol ins ayiiem. iney blct -"'
hundred dollars tor ear case H UCS to cur. Bead
Cuc.elreuiars and teetimnniau.
addresa: r. J. t;iir.Nt.x t-v.. joicao, um
no!d br riruntiU. lie.
Tak liall s Family J'Uls tor consUpaUon.
Grading Literary Power.
Dcnn Shatter Mathews Bays that the
newspaper "shapes the popular mind
moro by Its headlines than by Its ed
itorials." By tho same token, au
thors impress by the title ot their
books, not by their contents, artists by
their themes, rather than by their ex
ecution nnd lecturers by their plati
tudes more than by their sense.
Cured by Lydia E. Wok
ham'sVegetableCoflipoiirrd Mliwaukcc,k "lyda E. PiW
Viom'i Vnrmfo.Mn (Inmnnnntl ha Tnadfl
IUU l null nuuiaia,
and I would liko to
tell thowholo world
of it. I suffered
and fearful pains in
my back. I had the
they nil decided
that I had a tumor
in addition to my
fcmnlo iroublo, and
advised an opera-
Inn T.vrlln. VL
rinkiiam'B Vcgctablo Compound made
mo a well woman and I havo no more
backache I hope I can iiemoinera or
iniiinr. ,m ,- f. T.vtlla V.. Plnkham a
iUIUlIK .111.1,1 111. V MJ ..."
Vcgotablo Compound has done fox
me?' Mrts. EnMAlMSE, 833 FiratBt,
Milwaukee. Wis. , m
Tho ahoTO is only ono of the thou
Bands of grateful letters which are
cuusiuuuy ITCllIK icim.u J
Plnkham lledicino Company of Lynn,
Mass.,which provo beyond a doubt tha
Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Com-
pounu, mauo irom rouia uuu uua,
actually does euro thoso obstinate, dis
eases of women nf tcr all other means
have failed, and that every such suf
erintr woman owes it to herself to-at
least give Lydia E. rinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound a trial beforo submit
ting to an operation, or giving up
hope of recovery.
Mrs. Pinklmm, of lynrMas,
invites all sick women to tvrtte
her for advice Sho lias raided
thousands to health ctad hex
advice Is frco.
Starch, liko everything else, is be
ing constantly improved, tho patent
Starches put on tho market 25 years
ago aro very different and inferior to
thoso of tbo present day. In the lat
est discovery Deflanco Starch all
Injurious chemicals are omitted, while
tho addition ot another Ingredient, In
vented by us, gives to tho Starch a
strength and smoothness never ap
proached by other brands.
"Do your cows glvo much mllk7"
queried the fair summer boarder.
"Do they!" echoed tho old farmer.
"Say, Jlst atween yow an' me, they
give so nil-fired much that do dlloot
th' well water wo sell tew th' campers
with 1L" Chicago Dally News.
Mrs. Smith's Housekeeping.
Growells Smith's wlfo must be a
Mrs. Growell Why do you think so?
Growells He declares bo's perfect
ly comfortable at homo every day in
tho year. Boston Herald.
For Cold and Grlpp Capudtne.
The bst remedy for Qrlpp nnd Colds Is
Illcka' Capucllne. Relieve the aching and
feverlshness. Cures the cold Headaches
also. It's Ucjuld Effects Immediately XO,
IS and Wo at Drug; Store.
Don't placo too much confidence In
appearances. Tho fellow who Is up
with the lark may have kept the lark
up all night.
srriAiNS and nncisKs .
Slaappear like fnaalo under th heanna tones or
ferry luela' 1-alnailler. 1 hiring thla Icy weatber no
bouaebold abould b without It. lnUc,I3,60oaliea.
A man Isn't necessarily bot-headod
because he wears a stove-plpo baL
A Simple Gold
la si serious thins;. Often, In
deed hna the neslect ot a seem
ingly trifling- cold been fol
loned br dtsaatroua conse
quences. It should be borne In mind
perpetually that the COLU at
to-Uny la the Consumption of
The Inslenlflcnut cold la tha
nntlrlnsr pathfinder of taoao
They atart with a mere cold
atop It there.
SIMMONS COUGH SYRUP
will do II.
Minulkrturea by the
A. C SIMMONS, JR., MED. CO., Sherman, Tstas
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-aVaVaVaVaVafsW ' W.Y I
Ma rT T. Goldman
Gray Hair Reatorer
tore oncinai color fa
miia. araiuiu mmnnar
in iron. 1 10 11 aayt. jlb
irriy oiaarrni irom uv
iilnt Fit. Its efifsrt U
permAneoi. Does not
WMa on nor ioo uuv
armi. II no Mlment. o Ui neither etickr nor
greMr It's M pare end clear ae water. Don1! cx
pertinent what tbooaamla of other, hare femnd
aafe end aatUfactorr. For amiie and com aber
lately fre, writ XoXAUT T. OOLUMAS, HZOoU
man RUo., t. Taut, Minn, h w to ratio eric
aolot of ymt hair, roll 1m bottla (or sal bf all dcaUra, i
The Modern Razor
NO STROPPING NO HONING
DCT PllnC 1 beautiful colored Tlcwcardl
rUal bAHUO ofoldNewOrleana.Uc, Humps
accepted. Historical aketch of Tlew on eaia card.
UakAWALLACU. lUJUojal, Wa Orleans, La.
Smokeless Oil Heater
The automatically-locking Smokeless1 Device is an ex
clusive feature of the Perfection Oil Heater. This
Automatic Smokeless Device
doesn't allow the wick to rise to a point where It CAN smoke, yet
permits a strong flame that sheds a steady, glowing heat without a
whiff of smcke.
No other heater in the world compares with the
(Eqiilppod with Smokoloaa Device)
Turn the wick high or low no
smoke, no smell. Burns for 9 hours
with one filling.
The locking device on the inside oi
the draught tube holds the wick below
the smoke zone always responds, and
automatically, insuring perfect combus
tion and utmost heat without the slight
est trace of smoke. Oil Indicator.
Damper ton. Cool handle. Finished
in Nickel or Japan in a vatiety of styles,
Etaiy Dialer Evsrrwbsr. If Not Youri. Will lor Dactlpti Circular
to lb Naiteit A(ucy ol bs
STANDARD OIL COMPANY