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I UNCLE JOE
I A HUMORIST
Former Speaker Says j
That Now Illinois Has
Woman Suffrage That
It Is Time for an Aw
fully Handsome Man
to Run for Office
TtlfCOla, III . June 18. Women don't
want the right to vote, a privilege
granted them in Illinois by the legis
lature last Tuesday. Joseph Q Can
non, former speaker of the national
house, informed a Douglas county au
dlence yesterday
"I am not Afraid of woman nurrrng '
. -asserted "Uncle Joe" "I am not vio
lent!;, opposed if the women really
want it, but if the proposition were
put to the women of the Rtate. It
. would be lost by 50.000 vote9 Now
that we are going to have it in Illi
nois it will he a good time for nn n
fullj handsome man to run for of
fice" The former speaker said he was th
ing on "borrowed time and that the
speech might be bis last, but tbe plat
form from which ho spoke shook with
th vehemence of his movements
when he paid his respects to "tome
present political tendencies "
It was in Tuscola 59 years ago that
Mr. Cannon began the practice of law.
Mrs. Carter Harrleon's Views.
Chicago. June 13 Mrs. Carter H
Harrison, wife of Chicago's mayor.
congratulated the women of Illinois on
l. tbeir securing the ballot In a state
ment Issued today:
"It is fine that the women have
been piven the oe in Illinois," f.-ikI
the clty'o executive, who, despil 9
som activity in club life has been
credited with tnking an extraordinary
Interest in her home. "If women want
to vote thej should be able to do so.
I am for an.Mhlng that mans progres
slon and I want to get ahead. Now
that a fw women have worked so
hard to secure the ballot we must
Stand by them and appear at the polls.
1 am sure that I shall vote when the
time comes.
"Of course I 'have been very com
fortable during the 2". years that I 1
have been married and at home bu' I
nevertheless 1 am very glad to think i
that women have been given a cham p
to show what th- can do and now i
we can wait and watch tbe results."
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OFFICIAL COGNIZANCE
IS TAKEN OF DEATH
Salt Lake Tune 11 The Turkish
pmbassy it Washington has taken of
ficial cognizance of the death of Has
sen Sampah, a Turk, who died at the
county infirmary here April 15 after
accusinp the local police of having
beaten him, and has instituted an of
fkKl Investigation.
The county attorney, I E. Willey.
ycstcrda received a letter from
Maurise Hacr. consul for Turkey
et San Francisco, asking for all pos
Bil.'e iiiLormatinn relating to the death
; cf S:impah T!k- S:m Francisco con-
Tsui writes that he bis been directed
I by the Turkish emha;s ,n Waxhlng
r ton to pather full details of the mat
l( r
Sampah, otherwise known as Scaba
Hassen, died under peculiar clrcum
F' Stances Because of his dyinc state
' ment. that he hud been mistreated
r b the police, an inquest was held b
f Justice Harr S Harper. The man
I war. arrested in r. Creek rottec hou.se
.'on West Second South street, when
. he had created a disturbance. He
was taken to the city jail and later1
released. A day later he u.,s lound ;
FOOTWEAR
For Women
Midsummer styles, comfortable
shoes for street wear.
MARY JANE
and
BABY-DOLL
on display at
The
I BghtB
I at Same Cost p
If THEY STAND BOTH
3 JOLTS AND VOLTS K
In a critical condition in a local room
ing house and was removed to the
county hospital, where he died In
great asony. No evidence was intro
duced to show that the police had
mistreated Sampah while he was In
tbe city jail, and It was generally
presumed that the man was beaten
by .mother man In a drunken fprnrrel
ovci a waitress in a Greek coffee
house.
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MAINTENANCE OF
NATIONAL ROADS
Waslngton. Tune 13 Increase In
no number and weight of automo
biles and heavy auto trucks has
prompted the office of public roads
ol the department of agriculture to
Issue a special pamphlet of instruc
tions on the maintenance of highways,
It recommends the Inclusion or heav
ier and more Mihsfantlnl ' -.
I ,n ro'1 building as a means of keep
ing down the cost of such mainten
ance "There is probably no subject in
which the progressive farmer Is more
deeply Interested." says the road ex
l rts In a statement Issued today,
'than that or having roads connect
ing him with his markets over which
he may be able to haul the greatest
possible loads. CJood roads, like all
other good things arc too expensive
to build and of too much value to be
neglected.
The pamphlet does not go Into the!
work of road construction to any ex
tent hut the experts have confined
their recommendations to the best
merhods for keeping in repair roads
already built.
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VENEZUELAN
DISTURBANCE
Details of Trouble
Reaches Willemstad
Disclosure of Plot to
Assassinate Prevents
Uprising President
Gomez Is Popular
Throughout Republic 1
Willemstad, Curacao. June 13. De
tails of the recent political disturb
ances In Venezuela, where a large,
number of prominent men were Im
prisoned or took to flight Following
accusations of conspiracy against the
government, reached her- todaj
It is stated thai u plot to assassin-1
ate President Juan Vicente Gomez
was frustrated by the Imprisonment of
General Delago t'halbaud and n num
ber of his friends. The plot was to
have been carried out at the inaugu
ration of the Venezuelan Automobile!
club a few weeks ago An announce- j
I ment made by the government hays' IB
"The plot was uncovered ihrough H
General Manuel t'oreo. who flatly re-'H
fused to join in the conspiracy. When D
Invited to become a party to the 9
plot, he started toward Miraflores I
palace to Inform the president of tbe'H
danger On his w ay he was shot at I M
but escaped Injury The Information B
he gave to the president led to the MX
Imprisonment of the plotters." (B,
In circles In which General Chnl- B
baud is well known it Is stated that B
there was no plot of any kind against H
Gomez The president is declared to H
have Imprisoned General Chalbaud be-! E
cause of jealousy and fear that h" H
might become a candidate for the 1 B
presidency next April
In connection with the approach'nc ffl
Campaign for the presidency, thcreMJ
is much speculation In Caracas M.iny H
believe that Gomez will try to 9U IbE
ceed himself although such action is fm
contrary to trie constitution. If this u
is imposible, he will endeavor to se- H
cure the election of one of his trusted H
j friends. In either event it Is consid- Bfi
ered certain that some trouble will H
Should disorder break out. General H
I Gomez has a great many things In h's lfl
j favor The army Is in splendid con- H
The officers are loal to him and Rf
there Is plenty of money In the go - H
i ernment treasury. Besides these ad- H
anlages on the side of the adminls- Kj
tration, merchants In Venezuela, who Re
are at present enjoying great pros-jMJ
peril y. are not inclined to support an I
movement which would Interfere with H
i heir welfare The recent I rouble be- IH
tween President Gomez and the fed- gjjj
ral council (composed of ten of the 1
best known military leader- of Yene- Qj
zuela) arose over an agreement wi,lllB
France which v. as rejec ted by the Efi
council although subsequently ap- Rfl
proved by congress.
President Gomez resented the op- t-J
position of the councillors and Pre-'HH
vailed on congress to pass a law I"o-;D
viding that the substitute of each i H
councillor might be called upon lo J
servo even during the presence nl
t aracaa of ihe councillor himself pf.
Several of the councillors, scenting i Bj
danger to themselves In ibis move. EH
I took to flight and tbe remainder ol In
! them kept armed guards in front of BJ
tbeir residences at all time.
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BABY'S VOICE AS
AID TO MOTHER j
Ottawa, Kan. Juno 13 Through BJ
tli prattle of her two-year-old dauph- H
ter. Mrs. Kunlce Ake of Orovllle. Cal , , BJ
who was taken from a Missouri Pa-H
clflc train bore Tuesday mornlnc an- jffl
conscious, was able to recall her Iden- 1 BJ
tlty Mrs Ake was on her way '"KB
Brazil, Ind. When taken from the II
train there was a bruise on her face, j MJ
She recovered consciousness Wednes-II
day, but could not recall her name E0
Yesterday a nurse asked the lit tie
girl her name "Rnhy Ake," she an- BS
Bwered . The mother overheard and Hi
solved the mystery of her own Iden-Bfi
tity She does not remember the H
cause of her becoming unconscious
LANE REVERSES ORDER
MADE BY PREDECESSOR I
Washington, June 2 Secretar I
Lane today ruled that assignments
may be made of homestead entries un- Bi
der government reclamailon projects I
to persons who may not be qualified L
homesteaders. Such assignees, hou - turn
ever, are permitted to acquire but BJ
one farm unit. Tho order reverses B
a ruling made Februur) last by Sec- Bj
retary Fisher, the hardship of which B
was testified to at the recent recla- ISfL
mation service bearing before Secre-
tao' Lano.
BM im- H.
1 10 DAYS SLAUGHTER SALE!
J CUT GLASS, CHINA, SILVERWARE, I
I DINNERWARE, NOTIONS I
I Sale Opens at 9 O'clock Tomorrow Morning I
I Havilan Dinrware I I
J Br"n 'ZXT&L XMr C " r, Twenty ,,, , Sc,, Krom. I I
I Brown Ro.e. 100-piece set. $75 00; now . . 49 75 r fCT' ddtched' T 6 perSOns' ' "S1 I
I Brown Rose, 42-piece set $35.00; now. . ".S23 75 I old facin Rococo desiSn. set for 6 persons 4.10
Rose Spray, 100-piece set, $45.00; now . , '.S3L50 lace edge China Patterr set for 6 persons $4.75
Rose Spray, 42-piecc set, $22.50; now S16.75 I Green ivY witn red berry border, set for 6 persons. .$5.65
Coin Gold, 100-piecc set, $90.00; now $61.50 j English flow blue, Imperial pattern, set for 6 persons $6.35
I Com Gold, 42-piece set, $39.50; now $27.50 Gold borderbroken key effect, set for 6 persons. . . .S4.90 H
Nappie; regular $2.25, non $l,dd J Cf Dipppo
50 6-inch bandied and unhandled Nappie- mm JF XJIVI M. IKZKXZ.
regular $2.75, noW 91. id DINNFRW ARF
75 Spoon Traya. Bon Bons, Olives, Nut and Jelly (TA mm v XV
Diahea; regular $2.50 to $3.00, now 91mii$ t i r e rv c. .
... v , , . " Including every item of a Dinner Set. Yfu mn havp
lL '"' s seBottleaj n- our choice and make up your own dinner Bel to anil '
regular $3.50, now 91.vd your wanta.
25 beautiful cuttinga in 8-inch Bowls; sold regularly by ethers for $5.00 to $10 00 ttOyflO Tl , , , .,, , , ,
We i, tier llns nuiulii i- i'.ir v;t rn-l iri' es I iMI llU f&.imH n.is is i tine line .t Liin.frfs ( hma and lnclu.lofi
.-,, v i, , ,, c , vv alt n values up to $3.50 eaeli Choice l am piece-
250 pie. es choice cuttings in Salts. Peppers, Tooth ka, Knife Rests, Ink Weils I
""' lIur,,i'-" ;"nl'- .M-.a-s. Tu.nl.lers. W -. .hi I sin;ill N.-ipipi-, , 42-piece set, $10 50 Ollly 25C Ca. 10-P iet. $25 00
:v. Rogers Silverware tl s 9 I
t- 1,111 S"K warranted 12 DWT Knife and Pork; t nr -"l
-y.iWy ret,, I ,1 m.-.ii s.t: $4J()5; IL. V) IB B
BBBJ I pjjjjjgjjjjgfo J-lJJ I l:
Kv'TV f,"""N "' " "f onejhalf the regular price 25 lntfh-t.-ra.N- Caving s. ts, warranted! al one half th- rear priZ M
250 selected fancj bowls, plates, salad, sugar and creamers, and ffA :t'"' lup,1,',st ?ra,,' "' fancy I iiina. in.-lurling the best French and &4 AA H
numerous other items; regular values up to $1.25, now OlJC uatrian makes; values up to $2.50, oow $JL"U
extra vaiUea m Vases, Jardinierea, Salad Sets s a & FA 300 anapa in fancj China Plates, Bon Bons, Salads, Straw- FfP
and Creamers and hand-painted lines; values up to 3.75, now 2 M"wis' X a"s- Tort S,'ts S'gnr a"'1 ('reanPrs: -hi.-e DC H
1,000 Fancj Tin Biscuit, Wafer and Cooky (utter, p l Piec "Sto blue n,",tlrd Bnamelware; 6 tZ
These will move rapidly. Come early. gQT lllC fgff -'- ?5c values, qqw & iUi IDC
300 pic-s Majestic Novel j lateal oul in uurserj rhymes kg. slturd vnW ' 690 I
Oil china; regular nm i - an
. , , , ' Z ! 1,000 pair Cuff Links; rm
50 Aluminum Sauce Pans and mf ,. ,,i,,. i . ii ru 4f
Kettle; cl e DalC v '"' - gC
"3TTT 71 i i n TT TT i ZZ Saturday only, tn dear up our Rubber Lawn H"se we -ffer it at thci
- 1 U"U m la ill Uarr tt.s ami Hael I ...... AQf. low price p-r foot of IIP H
Those are retailed reg rU in o.i.er stores for $1.00 1t7C This includes all grades up'tp 18c!
5oo 40c Brooms cut to visit Our Bargain Basement -''o------ : I
15 CenSS each MA Little More for Little Less" 9 cents a Pair 1 Hi
15 cents f 5 cents I I
EVERYTHING MUST GO DISH PANS, PRESERVING KETTLES, SAUCE PANS, SPOONS, STEAMERS,
TEA KETTLES, COFFEE POTS AND ALL THOSE NECESSARY ARTICLES FOR FRUIT SEASON RE
ALL OFFERED AT A
TREMENDOUS SACRIFICE B I
REMEMBER, EVERY ARTICLE IS CUT IN PRICE. A SMALL CASH DEPOSIT WILL RESERVE ANY
ARTICLE. NO PURCHASE UNDER $1.00 WILL BE DELIVERED FREE.
RICHARDSON-HUNT CO. I I

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