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1 X THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH
I BRIEF REVIEW OF
H RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT
H HAPPENINGS IN ITEM
H IZED FORM
H Hem and Foreign News Qathr4
H Prom All Quarters of the World,
H and Prepared for Busy Men
H Jnmcfl lJirson, a retired HttptUt mln-
M Istor, was shot uiul Instnutly killed nt
H Denver In n room In the renr of Ills
B grocery store. Ilia assailants', two
fl youths who wore guuza Influenza
M musics mid wlio demnnded mi entering
H his- Bloro to know tho location of Ids
H cash drawer, escaped.
M Tlio mayor of Denver litis refused the
H petition presented lilm by u delegation
M If Denver minister, asking for tho Is-
H jmnnco of nn order closing nil stores,
H cliurchey, places of amusement nnd till
H other establishments open to thu pub-
M lie because of tho Influenza epidemic.
B Wolfgang Thlcle, enemy alien being
H trnnsfcrrcd from Fort DUhs to Fort
M Douglas. Utah, leaped from u moving
fl train nt Lob Cerrllloi, X. M nnd mndu
H his escupe In tho darkness.
M No conl famine threatens Salt I.ako
M this winter. Though other states tiro
M udrocatliig the use of nil klm.H of wood
M for fuel, Increased coal car tonunge lias
H prevented a sltortaga In Utah.
M Tho quorum of twelve npostles linn
M unanimously sustained Holier J. Urant
M as president of tho Church of Jesus
H Christ of latter-liny Saints. I'reslilent
M tirnnt nnnotinccd that lie hud chosen
H Anthon II. Lund mid Charles W. Pen-
M rose us his first nnd second counselors,
fl The federal control contract was rat-
H Uted hy the stockholders of the Peim-
M pylvnnln Itnllroud couipnuy on Decern-
M tier 2. The contract covers tho IVnn-
M Kylvnnln rnllroad and tho lines opor-
m n ted by It cast of I'lttshurg.
M "Vnr expenses persisting In pence
H times, but falling off rapidly, will make
U the goveriimeut's outlay In tho fiscal
H year J 020, beginning next July 1, $",
bbbbI 4.13.415.838. of which $5,212,000,000 will
M go to tho wnr and navy departments,
H $80.1,000,000 to pny Interest on wnr
H debt, and J.'.TI),(KX),0(X) for coiiflhulng
M thu building of u mcrclmnt iiiarlne, uc-
M cording to deiiartinentiil estimates pre-
M eouteil to congress.
M "Oli, you America 1" rung from tho
M throats of khakl-clud troops on the
K decks, of the Mituretiinbi ns tlia slant
B transport, bringing back nearly -1000
M KiIillerH, tho first Inrgu contingent
M from America's victorious army, nr-
fl rived at quarantine ut Now York, Sun-
M day night.
B Jnmcs Orr, for nearly u quarter of u
M century n giinrdlau of thu Liberty Hell.
H In IndepenilcncQ hall, Hillndclphlu,
M died Sunday morning from pneumonia.
H Orr wiik tills city's oldest policeman,
H both In ugu and length of service. Ho
H was 80 years old nnd was a patrolman
M fur forty-nine yenrs.
H dipt. Joseph Itaphiiel do Lamar,
H financier and mliiu owner, died Sun
H. day In Itmisevelt hospital, New York,
H of pneumonia, which developed after
H an operation. Ilu wns 7fi years old.
H llrcwlng of beer nnd other malt bev-
1 crngCH was stopped nt inldnlglit No
H vember ISO, throughout tho United
H After having been cstnbllshed since
H February -1, tho I'aclllc coast oil dlvl-
H Mon of tho United StntcH fuel ndmln-
H Istrutlon has suspended nil official no-
H Tho representatives of tho United
H (States nt tho pence conferences will
H lie: President Wilson, Robert Lansing,
H secretary of stato; Henry While, form.
H rr iimbaBsndor to Franco mid Italy;
H .. M. House, nnd General Tusker II.
H WISH, representative of tho American
H army with tho supremo war council nt
H John I). (Icljsucek, consul for llol-
H I J a ml for tho states of Colorado, Utah
H j and New Mexico, announced that lie
H ' bad mulled Ills resignation to the Dutch
H 1 Jegutlou at Washington because, of his
H t governincnt's action In liarbnrlng the
H former Oerninn emperor and hecnuso rif
H other nets of tho Nctlicrlnuds govern
H meat during tho wnr.
H The governor of California has com-
H muted to life Imprisonment tho sen
H tenco of death Imposed on Thomas J.
H Mooncy for murder growing out of tho
H IVcparedness day bomb explosion in
H Ban Francisco on July --, 1010, when i
H fTn pereonb' wero killed and forty
H others were Injured..
H Mlsa Kvungellno Dooth, coinmnndef
H in chief of tho Salvation Army In
H America, has mada public t message
H of oKirectutlou just received from
H General Tersldng. ' "Tho American ex-
B pcdltlonary forces tliuiik you for nil
H tho noble work that tho Salvation
fl Army has dono for them from tho be-
H i. ginning," rend tho message.
M Answering a hurry call to n big
tf; bakery In Chicago, detectives found
H& tho ciitrnnco to tho building barred by
nn armed man. Thtnklug hJm a rob-
Mt ber, they fired nnd killed him. Later
K- It dcvelojM'il ho was Ileiijuiiitn Fletcli-
Mffl er, a faithful night wntehman, who
mfl ' i. was awaitiiiff tlio nrrlvnl of tho police.
M - Out of all the millions spent by tho
Mtf war department In the purchase of
f army supplies during tho war, only u
H jjf? very small sum was spent In the west,
Ke tardy more tluin $12,000,000 In all, and
HB two-thirds of this total was spent In
g' tho stato of Washington.
i -i '. .
Mrs. Cntherln C. Ilayden, dnughter
of Patrick Cnllnn, who lost his llfo
when the Lusltnnln wns sunk by n
German submarine off tho coast of
Ireland, appeared at tho United Stntes
district attorney's office In New York
on December 1!, nnd asked that a wnr
rorVt bo Issued for William llolicnzol
lorn, chnrglng hltn with murder.
The shell plant of the Minneapolis
Steel & Mnchlnery company was de
stroyed by flro Sunday, with u loss1
estimated nt ?!"00,000, fully cojered by
Insurance. One man lost his life, be
ing burned to death.
Tho bevy's newest typo seaplane, the
giant NC-1, tho largest seaplane In the
world, broke nil records for thu num
ber of passengers carried In nny nlr
plane when It made a'fllght with fifty
men on board Wednesday nt tho nuvul
nlr station, Itoekuway, L. L
Tho Sixty-fifth congress began Its
third nnd final session December li,
with ninny important matters before
It. These Include solution of tho rail
rond problem, the nrmy and nnvy pro
grams, reconstruction legislation, re
trenchment In government cxpendl
tures, war reventiu legislation, woninn
suffrage nnd the Colombian treaty.
The federal trade commission, In a
supplemental report submitted to con
gress December 2, charged the five big
meat-packlug companies of the country
with a combination In restraint of
trade nnd with controlling tlio salo of
livestock nnd fresh meats. Kvldenco Is
cited nt length to support the charges.
Swift & Co., Armour & Co., Morris &
Co., Wilson & Co., Inc., and the Cudahy
Packing company are named.
A regular nrmy of npproxlmntcly
half n million men Is provided for spe
cifically In estimates submitted to con
gress for thu fiscal year 1020, begin
ning next July 1.
Senator Cummins of Iowa, Republi
can, has Introduced a resolution pro
posing thnt n senntu committee pf four
Democrats and four Republicans be
sent to France for the peace confer
ence, to keep the senntu Informed on
questions arising there.
Ilcrnard M. Ilaruch, chairman of thu
war Industries board, litis forwarded
his resignation to President Wilson, to
tttko cITcct on Jnnuary 1.
It cost $5,045,000,000 to run tho
American army during the yenr ending
Juno !t0 last; $1 ...03,000,000 for thu
navy and $1,510,000,000 for tho civil
government proper. The shipping hoard
spent $S02,000,000 nnd $181,000,000 wns
paid out In pensions.
Sir Frederick K. Smith, tho attorney
general, interviewed by tho Kcho, said
that the Ilrll'.t-Ji war cabinet, includ
ing the colonial representatives, bus
unanimously decided t? ask Holland to
extradite tho former Herman emperor.
A dlspntch to tho Cencrnl News' from
Hiockliotin tiny' It is reported thnt ne
gotiations entered Into with tho Rus
sian representatives havo resulted In
the formation of an nll-Russlan govern
ment under thu protection of tho cu
lento nnd supported by a voluntary
A number of tho soldiers' nnd work
men's councils In Germany hnvo re
quested the German government to
hnvo former Kmpcror William tried by
ti German tribunal, according to n news
agency telegram from Iterlln.
Thu Chilean army reserves from tho
districts of Iqulquc, Sernu, Antofivgas
ta, Tacun and Coplnpo, who wero re
leased from service-In 1017 and 1018,
hnvo been recalled to tlio colors.
The Ilrltlsh peace delegation, which,
with tho clerical nnd technical staffs,
will Include nearly 600 persons, who
will occupy two entire lintels, will
bring their own food along from Kug
laud, except vegetables. They will
hnvo their own bcrvunts, except chefs,
says u Paris dispatch.
Four American soldiers dispersed a
mob of thousands at I-.sch, after It had
wrecked twenty-eight shops In rovengo
for the overchiugltig of Americans.
Most of these establishments were con
ducted by Germans. ,
Three million German troops, n mil
lion horses nnd great quantities of
baggage, withdrawing towards tho
river 'Rhine from Itelglum and north
ern Franco, tiro conducting thu move
ment In nn orderly manner, according
to n special telegram from Dusseldorf,
Discussing plans for bringing to Jus
Jlco former F.mperor William of Ger
many, tiro Loudon Times asserts that
"If wo had to Mnglo out ono culprit
for punishment ho would bo the per
son" Tho paper adds that tho argu
ment that hu cannot, bo punished be
cnusu thoro are others who nlso tiro
guilty cannot bo admitted.
Ono of Kuropo's oldest "Sister
Susies" Is Mrs. Gardiner, who cele
brated ber 100th birthday recently
knitting socks for sailors;
David Lloyd George, tho Ilrltlsh
pilmu liilulster, In n speech at New
castle, said thu victory of tho entente
allies bud been duo to ceaseless valor
of their men und that It would bo a
lesson to anybody who, In tho future
thought they, as the Prussian wur
lords hoped, "could- overlook this llt
tlo Island In their reckoning."
A group of Independent socialist
Democrats closely Identified with tho
Spartncus element of Dr. Llebnecht
has seized control of all wireless sta
tions in Germany nnd now Is trans
mitting propngnnda nnd other news,
the llerlln Tugeblatt soys It Is In
formed. It Is understood InHollnnd thnt Will
lam Ilohenzoliern has been nwultlng
tho arrival of his wife before going
elsewhere. Germans In his sulto be
lieve bo will return" to Germany and
uro optimistic enough to think bo will
resume tho throne.
EXPECTS TO BE ABROAD NOT
MORE THAN 8IX WEEKS,
ACCORDING TO PLANS.
Party Sailed From New York onTuet-.
day and Expects to Reach
Brest In About Seven
Washington. President Wilson on
Tuesday, December U, began his trip
to Buropo to attend tho peuco confer,
Tho president left Washington' on a
spcclul train for New York, wlioro ho
and his party boarded tlio transport
Gcorgo Washington, on which tlio voy
ago ucros.3 tho Attnntlc Is being mado.
About seven days will bo required
for the trip und tho .ship will dock at
a French port, presumably IJrcst.
Tho president does not expect to' bo
abroad for more than six weeks, which
would give him Just a month, on
I'.uropcau soil, Ucforu tho peuco con
ference nicotu hu will confer with Pre
miers Lloyd George of Great Urltuln,
Clemenceuu of Franco nnd Orlando of
Ituly, and probably wltli King Albert
of lielgluui, u& to tho salient points of
the peaco trcuty.
While In Europe, Mr. Wilson plans
to visit Kngland nnd Ituly ns well' as
France, and ho may go tol)russcls.'-IIo
nlso Is understood to Intend to make it
pilgrimage to sotno of tha battlefields
Joseph V. Tumult, thp president's
sccretury, accompanied Mr. Wilson to
New York, but did not go aboard. Ho
lias returned to Washington to conduct
tlio business of tho Whlto Ilouso and
will ba thu eyes nnd ears of thu presi
dent In this country. Mr. Tumulty win
bo In frequent communication with the
president by cnblu and will keep him
fully ntlvlsed of events at home.
Only threo of tho flvo American rep
resentatives to tho penco conference
lis announced lit the Whlto House will
cross with tho president They nro tlio
president himself, Secrctnry of Stato
Robert Lansing and Henry Whlto, for
mer ambassador to Franco and Ituly,
Colonel H. M. nouso and General Tus
ker IL IJUss, tlio other two members,
nru In Franco und will Join tho presi
EXPERT ADVICE AT CONFERENCE
Evidence of PreparednetM of American
Qovernment to Enter Negotiation.
Now York. Striking evidence of ! thn
preparedness ut tho American govUrnV
ment to cuter Into peaco negotiations
wns given In an announcement that
twenty-tbreo members of an advisory
commission of experts who hao nindo
a year's study of political and economic
conditions in Europo nnd Asia Balled
with President Wilson und hU fellow
delegates on tho Oeorgo Washington.
With them go several tons of docu
ments nnd maps, which, together with
other records of their Investigations
nlrendy In Purls or on their way, com
prlso n collection of International data
said to bo without parallel In history.
Frelahtf Qoee Down In Lake.
Wotortiwi, N. Y. Klovcn men,
comprising tho crow of tho bow sec
tion of tho freighter Mlncola, nro bo
lluvcd to havo boen drowned when
that section of tho boat went down In
Ijiko Ontiirlo, near Duck Island, Tues
day night in a terrific gnlo nnd bits-zard.
Prohibit Antagonistic Flag.
Washington. A bill prohibiting the
display of flags or emblems of organ
isations which espouso principles of
government antagonistic to tho consti
tution of tho United States, was In
troduccd by Representative Osborno of
Foch Sends Ultimatum.
London. Mnrsluil Foch hns sent n
now ultimatum to tho Germnn armis
tice delegates demanding that Ger
many K'vo up the rest of tho locomo
tives agreed to, according to nn 12x
chnngo Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen.
Loan to War Industries.
Washington. Tho wur flnnnco cor
poration reported to congress thut It
had loaned $7,1185,000 to wur Inihis
trlen fclnco ItH organization, nnd sug
gested chaugi's in tho existing la- to
permit It to continue "Judicious nso of
Its' largo' resources" during tho period
Say Huns Treat American Well.
Washington. Twenty-tbreo hundred
Amorlcnn prisoners of war nt Camp
Rnstutt, Germany, were reported "well
organised, well clothed und morale ex
cellent" In a cablegram to tho Ameri
can Red Cross from Loin G. Levy of
tho prisoners' relief section, who has
Just Uslted Rastntt.
File Holdings List In Enemy Lands.
Wnsldngton. All Americans owning
property in enemy countries bnvu been
asked by tho stnto department to llo
with tho department a completo list of
such holdings. Tho Information Is
needed In settlement of Wnr claims.
Germany Short on Locomotives.
Paris. It appears the Germans will
bo unable to hand over nil tho 5000
locomotives stipulated n tho armistice
agreement by December 17, according
to tho Matin, n.id It Is possible that the
allies will grout them more time,
SAYS EUROPEAN TRIP FIRST
DUTY TO NATION, PRINCIPLES
OF PEACE BEINQ AT STAKE.
Promise to Keep Congress Fully In
formed and Asks Support In Mis
8lon. Recommends Careful
Study of Railway Problem.
Washington. In an nddress to con
gress In Joint session on December 2,
President Woodrow WUson formnlly
nnnounccd his intention to go to Paris
for thu pence conference, saying tho
ulllcd governments havo accepted prin
ciples enunciated by him for penco and
It Is tils paramount duty to be present.
The president said he will be In
close touch by cablo and wireless und
that congress will know ull that ho
does on tho other side.
Referring to his announcement that
tho French and Ilrltlsh governments
had removed all cable restrictions
upon the trnnsmls8lo;i of news of tho
conference to America, the president
said ho had token over the American
coble- systems on expert ndvlco to as
to moko ii unllled system available.
Ho expressed the bopu that ho
would have t!u co-opcratlon of tho
public nnd of congress, saying that
through the cables und wireless con
ptant counsel nnd ndvlco would bo
The Railroad Problem.
Much of the address wns devoted to
tho railroad problem, for which tho
president suld ho now had no solution
Ho recommended careful study by
congress, snylng It would bo a dis
service to tho country nnd to the rail
roads to permit a return to old con
ditions under private monngenient
Thu president declared ho stood
ready to release thu railroads from
government control whenever a satis
factory plan of readjustment could bo
Expect Peace by Sprlno.
Tho president said ho hoped to seo
n forninl declaration of peaco by
treaty "by tho tlmo spring hns come."
The new three-year naval building
program wur Indorsed because, tlia
president said, It would bo unwlso to
attempt to adjust mo Amcricun pro
gram to n future world policy us yet
Advocate Suffrage for Women.
Paying tribute to tho people's con
duct In wnr hu spoko-pitrtlcularly of
tho 'work of women and again ap
pealed for woman suffrugo by federal
Decluring bo had no "private
-thought of purpose" In going to
France, but that bo regnrded It as his
highest duty, tho president added:
"It Is now my duty to play my full
part In making pood whnt they
(America's soldiers) ottered their life's
blood to obtnln."
No definite program of reconstruc
tion can bo outlined now, Mr.- Wilson
said. Hu expressed tho hopo thnt
congress would not object to con
ferring upon tho wur trade board or
some other agency tho right of fixing
export priorities to nsstiro shipment
of food to sturving people abroad.
As to tuxutlon. tho president In
dorsed tho plan for levying six billion
dollars In 1010 und for notifying tho
public In advunco that tho 1020 levy
.will bo $4,000,000,000,
Tho president concluded after speak
ing forty-two mlnutos uiul left tho
chamber umldst npplnuso limited to
tho Democratic side. Interruptions of
tho address for questions, which had
been threatened by some Republican
members of tho house, did not materialize.
" f Packing Companies Accused.
-'Washington. The federal trado
commission, In n supplemental report
submitted to congress on December 2,
charged thu five big ment packing
(companies of the country with a com
bination In restraint of trado nnd with
controlling tho salo fit live stock nnd
fresh meats. Swift & Co., Armour &
Co, Morris & Co., Wilson & Co, Inc.,
and tluVCuduliy Packing company uro
Fighting In Berlin Expected.
s London. Several German regiments
.faithful to tho ex-kalber nnd com
JmShded by Junkerlst generals nro re
ported to bo marching on llerlln from
Grpdno with tho intention of over
throwing the Kbert government.
Mann Back on Floor.
Washington Representative Mann
of Illinois has resumed nctlvo floor
rWdorshlp of tho Republicans in the
bouse, after oif absence of several
iinonths on account of Illness.
Spain to Intern U-Boat
, Washington. Ten dnys after tho
iirmlstlca wns signed a Germnn sub
marine arrived Inlho port orilarce
lonn, tho 'stato department was noti
fied Tuesday. Tho boat will bo In
terned by the Spanish government,
' Strike Threatened at Omaha,
Omaha, Neb. Tho local Street Hall
way Employes' union filed demands
upon the company for recognition of
the "union, u "closed shop" nnd wide
spread changes, In working rules. A
strike Is expected
Tho Influenza epidemic continues j
andecreascd In Helcnn. Hundreds Havo ,
taken a vaccine treatment. Dcnths
average three to four n day.
Street enr rotes in Ilutto nro raised
from 5 to 0 cents nnd children from
S-V4 cents to cents In n decision
rendered by tho Montnnn public service
The formers' week which wns fixed
for Dec. 0 to II, Inclusive, nt IJozemnn,
Mont., hns been canceled, owing to tho
Influenza. Whother It will bo held
Inter Is not stated.
Tho wlfo of John Laxngue, Lander
county rancher and sheepman, pre
sented her husband with three now
Liberty Dny sons at Austin, Nevada,
on November 11, 1018.
The Montana council' of defense has
been notified by the conservation di
vision of the wnr Industries board of
the discontinuance of Its program for
economy In retail delivery services.
During the first twenty-seven days
of November snle of thrift stamps in
Montana amounted to $427,000.77, Slnto
Director Turner announces. Tho quota
for this period wns more than twice
Commutation of Thomas J. Mooney's
sentence frtmi death to life Imprison
ment by Governor Stephens will have
ho effect on the proposed labor strike
plnnned by Seattle labor unions, labor
The city of Reno has decided to
'return to the saloon men of that city
,hc 15 days' license money, as they
will not be allowed to do business
after December 1(1, and they have puld
up to December III.
William Taylor Is In Jail In Las
Vegas, Nevada, accused of murder, on
the statement of a boy, Leonard
Thompson, that Taylor shot nnd killed
Charles II. Lyshon while on.it prospect
ing trip, ufter robbing him.
County councils of defense lire tiski-d
to assist In search for the property of
alien enemies, iiccordlug to an official
order received at Helena. They aro
also asked to keep a watch for de
serters, during demobilization.
In Nevada, where the shipments so
far as express rates are concerned nro
higher than the rates to Utah, thu
dealer has bis fish laid down nl his
Place of business for 17.8 a pound nnd
lie CMicts from the customer ,10.0 u
iound, n profit of 21.11 per cent.
Mrs. Mnggle V. Smith Iliithnwny of
Helena, Mont., bus proved that It Is
possible to run u 000-ncro ranch with
out the utd of men's labor. She knows
because she litis successfully conduct
ed her mnnlcss ranch for six years,
raising grain, cattle mid sheep.
The Fergus county service flag, with
all the stars corrected and numbered,
wns hung under the dome of the court
house nt Lcwlston, Mont., last week.
Thu flag shows 2,-ICO stars represent
ing tho correct number of Fergus
county boys who hnvu gone Into tho
Tho question of n memorial for -100
Tooele county, Utah, boys who parti
cipated In tho world's wnr Is being
discussed. During Christmas holidays
an effort will bo made to rulsu money
with which to provide a sulttiblu mem
orial for tho buys who uro soon to
James Cuslck, foremnn of thu Hull,
fax Mining company, who wns shot
911 thu night of November 7th by Alex
T. McKenzle, died at a Touopab hos
pital. Clinic wils cnnKclous up to a
tew minutes beforo his death, but de
clined to make any statement regard
ing the cause of the shooting. ,
Dealers In fresh fish make an aver
age profit of -I2.!l tier cent In Nevada,
112.1 per cent In Colorado, H8.8 per cent
In California and !ll.fi per cent In
Washington, according to a statement
Just compiled by the federal fooil ad
ministration und mado public through
thu fish nnd, guiau commissioner of
eneh of the states.
Hillings is to have perhaps tho most
novel club In Montana mid thu north
west, If Indeed, not In thu entire coun
try. In other words, It Is to be com
munity affair with tin Interstate mem
bership. The preliminary steps havo
been taken und a sufficient member,
ship enrolled to guarantee the succesi
of tho undertaking,
Virtually all local liquor dealers o
Montnnn will plungo Inlojiow lines ol
commercial endeavor when prohibition
becomes effective January 1. Of thu 105
Ilutto buildings now occupied by sa
loons, It Is said that at least 100 will
bo retained by tho present leasers Whc
Intend to convert their establishment!
Into bowling alloys, poolhtills, restaur,
ants, 6odn water stands.
With tho advent of cold weather cer
tain portions of seven streets in Salt '
Lake hnvo been set ns',du by the police
for coasting places for youngsters, and
at the foot of each place red danger
flags with tho sled dovlft, thu symbol
of the coaster, have been attached te
telephone poles or special flagpoles
The coasters hnvo tho right of way and
nil passing vehicles are required tc
come to 11 full stop beforo crossing one
of these coasting places.
A concerted effort on tho part of
Germnti Lutheran pastors to obtain
from the Muntftuu council of defense,
n rescinding of Its order forbidding tho
use of thu Germnn langungo In church
services und In schools, met defeat
when tho council met nt tho capltol,
Sixty cases against meat dealers,
charging tho uso, of sulphides, huvp
beeti turned over to thu. attorney gen
eral of Montana by tho stnto board of
health. Tho salo of lord compound ns
lard, beef fat us filler for pork fleece
and other violations of tho law arc
CJ It is perfectly
safe to buy your
Christmas gifts by
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MADE TIME OF GAY REUNION
"Besting tha Bounds," In Virginia, at
Least, Drew Together Neigh
bors From Far and Near.
I "Beating the bounds" was a ape
etnlly Important duty In tlio colonies,
where kind surveys wero Imperfect,
land grants Irregular, and tho bound
arlcs of each man's farm or planta
tion nt first very uncertain. In Vir
ginia this bcntlng the bounds wan
called "processioning." Landmarks
were renewed that were becoming ob
literated; blazes on a troo would bo
Fnmcwlint grown over they wero
deeply rccut; piles of jrent stones
containing a ccrfnln number for des
ignation wero sometimes scattered
the original number would bo re
stored, Special .trees wouldtbe found
fallen or cut down; now marking
trees would bo planted, usually ptnr
trees, ns they wo.ro long-lived. Dis
puted boundaries were -decided upun
and announced to all tha persons pres
ent, some of whom at tho nfxt "pro
cessioning" would even he nblo t
testify no to tho correct line. This
processioning took plnco between
Raster and Whitsuntide, that lovely
season of the year In Virginia; and
must hnvo proved n plcnsant, reunion
of neighbors, n May-party. In Now
England this wns cnltcd "perambu- I
luting tho bounds," an;l tho surveyor I
who took charge were called "peram
bulators" or "bolndsgo!rs.,, AllcV
Morse Carlo In Child Life In Colonial
The Ancient Qulpu.
Tho qulpu rencbe'd Its most elnbornto
form among tho I'cruvlnns, from whoso
language tho term "qnlpu," meaning:
"knot," Is borrowod.- It consists of a
mulii cord, to which nro fastened at
given distances thinner cords of dif
ferent colors, each cord being knotted
In divers ways for fcpcclnl purposes,
and each color huvlng Its own slgnlfl
rsneo. lied Mrnuds stood for Boldlcrs,
yellow for gold, whlto for sliver, green
for corn, und so forth, while n single
knot mount ten, two knots meant twen
ty, double knots two hundred. Such
simple devices served mnnlfold pur
poses. Uesldes their convenience In
reckoning, they wero used for keeping
the annuls of the emplra of tho Incus;
for transmitting orders to outlying
provinces ; for registering details of
Some Tables. Priceless.
Thcro Is n tremendous demand today
for old mahogany or oak tables. If
thoro nro any historic nssoclailonr M
1 11 died to these tnblcs tlicy bring fabu
lous prices. There aro plenty of ta
bles In tho country possessing real his
toric Intorest. but nono of them Is In
tho lenst likely nt 'the moment to come
on tho open market. The table on
which N"upoteon signed his abdication
may be said to bo priceless, In ISng-.
land (hero Is a mahogany table which
tradition says was washed np on tho
coust or Clare after the wreck of the
The Scriptures give us many lessons .
In thrift. Exeklel warned the children
of Israel that during the slqgo of Jeru
salem they would have to be thrifty,
lie said; "Tako thou also unto thee
wheat, nnd barley, and beans, and
lentlles, and millet, and fitches, und
put them In ono vessel, and mako theo
bread thereof." Kze'klel iv; 0. Tho
Dlble shows that Ezeklel ordered tha
children of iBiuel to ent their meat
by weight, und even thus only "from
tlmo to time." Thrift Magazine.
De hymn tells you 'bout beln "Jo
heaven v thousand years." but dar'
some folks, what couldn't stand slch
innp-tlmo prosperity. Atlanta Constitution.
Japaness Conjugal Etiquette.
When American peoplo Judge the de- "
gree of affection between 0 Japanese,
husband and wlfo by their conduct to-
each other they mako a great mistake,.
It would bo as bad form for a man to
express, approval of his wife or chil
dren ns It would bo for him to praise
any other part of himself, and every
vlfe takes a prldo In conducting her-,
self nccordlng to the rigid rules ot
etiquette, which recognize dignity and 1
humility as tho virtues thut rellect
greatest glory oa Upborne ot wbichi
sho Is mistress. '