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OF YEAR'S WORK
I Report of the Secretary of the In-
I terior Received.
I PROBLEM CF PUBLIC LANDS
Wp Development Through Private Enter-
t prise Under National Supervision
and Control Desired Reclama-
Bl tion Service Discussed.
S Washington, Nov. 2 . -The annual re
ft 'crt to the president of Richard A.
? MalllnRer, secretary of the Intorlor.
jjjJT was made public to day. and makes
jjt Interesting reading. The report, cov-
ers a portion of the time under the ad-
W ministration of .James R Oarfleld. and
Tfc Mr. Malllnger gives him credit for his
jj earnest and efficient services.
Secretary Halllnger comments on
X the old public land statutes, and Con
A "The liberal and rapid disposition or
? the public lands under these statutes
jr and the lax methods of administration
g which for a long time prevailed nat-
g urally provoked the feeling that the
x public domain was legitimate prey for
the unscmpulous and fnat it was no
' crime to violate or circumvent the
iV land laws. It is to be regretted that
g we, as a nation, were so tardy to real
ly lie the Importance of preventing so
large a measure of our natural re
V boutc-h passing Into the hands of lantf
pirates and speculators, with no, view
to development looking to the national
Mutt Continue Prosecutions.
7'- "It may be safely said that millions
of acres of timber and other lands
!S have been unlawfully obtained, and it
S Is also true that actions to recover
S? such lands have In most instances long
W since been barred by the statute of
limitations. The principal awakening
1ft to our wasteful course came under
B your predecessor's administration. The
BJ bold and vigorous prosecutions of land
U frauds, through Secretaries Hitchcock
K and (iarfleld, have restored a salutary
9 respect for the law, and the public
fa mind lias rapidly grasped the tmpor-
P tance of safeguarding the further dis
position of our natural resources in
the public lands In the Interest of the
public good as against private greed.
Notwithstanding this, it is necessary
to continue with utmost vigor, through
all available sources, the securing of
Information of violations of the public
f land laws and to follow such vlola-
Itions with rigid prosecutions.
Use Private Enterprise.
"On thia present policy of conserv
ing the natural resources of the pub
lic domain, while development Is the
key-note, the best thought of the day
Is not that development shall be by na
tlonal agencies, but that wise utiliza
tion shall be scured through private
enterprise under national supervision
and control. Therefore, If material
progress is to be made in securing the
best use of our remaining public
lands, congress must be called upon
to enact remedial legislation."
Mr. Halllnger then gives In detail
his recommendations for the classifi
cation of public lands, and the fea
tures of a measure which he advises
for the direction of the disposal of wa
The Reclamation Service.
Concerning the reclamation service,
the report says in part:
"In view of the Importance of a
speedy completion of existing projects
and their proper extension, and of the
necessity In 1912 of an adjustment be
tween the states by which the major
portion of the funds arising from the
sale of public lands within each state
and territory shall have been ex
pended so far as practicable within
such state or territory, and In view
of the Importance of making a bene
ficial use of waters already ap
propriated or capable of approprla
tlon to which rights may be lost
for BOSOM, I believe an urgent ap
peal should be made to congress to
authorize the Issuance of certificates
- of indebtedness, or of bonds against
the reclamation fund, to an aggregate
' of not exceeding $30,000,000, or so
much thereof as may be needed."
ICnergetlc reorganization of the In
dian bureau is In progress, says Mr.
Halllnger, and he recommends that
the Indian warehouses at New York,'
Chicago, Omaha, St. Louis and San
Francisco be closed as soon as pos
sible. A more advanced policy re
spectlng the maintenance, Improve
inent and operation of the Yellow
urn.' and Yosemite national parks Is
jrged on the government.
kg Contracts Made on Feast Daya.
The fixed date for Easter is prob
ably a matter of little concern In the
United States, but of great Impor
tance In continental Europe, where
rent and other contracts are written
on such feast days rather than at New
Year's or the 1st of May.
FREED AT LAST
From tha Awful Torturat of Kidney
Mrs. Rachel Ivle, Henrietta, Texas,
ays: "I would be ungrateful If I did
SPBfcs. not tell what Doan's
Mr Kidney PIIIb have
(t, -s W done for me. Fifteen
Mf - - nl years kidney troubl
B&' 'i c'un8 to ""' '"' 'v
.tBflWbmm 'p,pnce wnH one "'
t mR misery and for two
fJHj flfr' wl'oli years 1 was un
BWf able to go out of the
house. My back ached all the time and
I was utterly weak, unable at times to
walk without assistance. The kidney
secretions were very irregular. Doan's
Kidney Pills restored me to good
health, and I nm able to do as much
work as the average woman, though
nearly eighty years old."
Remember the name Doan's. Sold
by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster
Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
A MAN OF RESOURCE.
Actor (of provincial . company)
Can you give me ten cents oh ac
count? I must get a shave. I have
Dcen pluylng Hamlet for four days,"
and my beard is beginning to grow.
Manager Well, that's easily reme
died. Weil put on Othello. '
Schools for Tuberculous Children.
Special schools for tuberculous chil
dren have now been established In
Providence, Boston, New York, Roches
ter, Washington, Hartford, Conn., Chi
cago and Pittsburg. New York has
three schools and Washington, D. C,
two. The board of education of New
York city Is proposing to establish
three more, and similar Institutions
are being planned in Detroit, Buffalo,
Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Newark,
in cities like Providence, Boston and
New York, where outdoor schools have
been conducted for two years, the re
sults obtained from the treatment of
children in special tuberculosis open
air schools seem to show the great ad
vantage of this class of institutions.
This, coupled with the experience of
open air schools in Germany and Eng
land, proves that children can be cured
of tuberculosis and keep up with their
school work, without any danger to
Special Note from Atchison.
The engagement of Mr. Hiram Har
desty and Miss Suzette Snarley Is an
nounced. It occurred the other even
ing at 9:45 on the red sofa In Miss
Snarley's parlor. The young lady was
dressed in black, and wore no orna
ments. She did not look unusually
pretty, and what caused the young
man's mental aberration is not known.
Neither one could remember exactly
what was said, and both admitted It
was not the first time he kissed her.
We print the details for the romantic
young things who are always curious
to know how an engagement is brought
about. Atchison Globe.
The Plan Upon Which Coffee Operates.
Coffee 1b such a secret worker that
it Is not suspected as the cause of sick
ness or disease, but there is a very
sure way to find out the truth.
A lady in Memphis gives an Inter
esting experience her husband had
with coffee. It seems that he had been
iislng it for some time and was an
The physician In charge shrewdly
suspected that coffee was the "Worm
at the root of the tree," and ordered
It discontinued with instructions to
use Postum regularly In Its place.
The wife says: "We found that was
the true remedy for his stomach and
heart trouble and we would have glad
ly paid a hundred times the amount
of the doctor's charge when we found
how wise his Judgment was.
"The use of Postum instead of cof
fee was begun about a year ago, and
k lias made my husband a strong, well
man. He has gained thirty-five pounds
in that time and his stomach and heart
troubles have all disappeared.
"The first time I prepared it I did
not boil It long enough and he said
there was something wrong with It.
Sure enough It did taste very flat, but
the next morning I followed directions
carefully, boiling It for fifteen minutes,
and he remarked 'this la better than
any of the old coffee.'
"We use Postum regularly and never
tire of telling our friends of the bene
fit we have received from leaving off
Look for the little book, "The Road to
Wollville," In pkgs. "There's a Reaeon."
Ever read the ibu.r leftert A inr
ii- appears from time t tine. They
ire t . niilnr, (rue, aud fall of fcsustaa
WERE STILL SUPPLIED.
"Havo you given some fresh water
to the gold fish, Anna?"
"No, ma'am, they have not finished
what I gave them the other day."
That Single Thought.
You've heard the old stoiy of sweet
wedded bliss, of the two hearts that
flutter at. one, and the two souls single
thought sealed with a kiss, and have
wondered, no doubt, how 'twas done.
A; a wise one who was by experience
taught, this effect we will briefly ex
plain; In most of the c ises that "one
single thought" Is: "I wish I was sin
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Every man has .his .gift, and the
tools go to him that can use them.
C. Klngsley. "'
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If not In slock, send us IOt- stating color duslrrd.
ONE DYE FOR ALL GOODS
Color I'iinl and book of directions free, by writing
Dy-o-lu, llurlintcioii, Vermont.
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"Having taken your wonderful Casca
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