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STE. GENEVIEVE, MFSSOF1U, SATURDAY, NOVE3IBEH I'.O, 1912.
NUM BEll 31.
? OF THE ?
The American Kedorntlon of Labor.
In convention at Rochester, N. Y de
tided to u!c thu unions affiliated with
it to raise money for tho detensu of
he alleged dynnmtors who are on trial
Tho appointment of Theodore Mar
burg of Dalllmoiu as minister to Bel
gium wau announced liy the state de
partment. Tho body of Miss Nora Garvin,
laughter of former Governor L. F. C.
Uarvln of Khodc Island, was found In
'.he mill poiid oh the llarlott estate,
bout ii mile from her homo at Lons
dale. Tho bodies of William Walmnlcy,
lis wife and 4-year-old child wer
found in their home at Philadelphia,
Miss. All had been murdered with
The retrial of the criminal anti-trust
pult against tho so-called "bathtub
(rust" will he called at DctroIHn Jan
uary, according to present plans. Tho
first trial resulted In a disagreement
Of tho jury last March.
Mrs. Margaret Znno Witcher of Salt
Lake City will got the votes of Utah's
four Taft electors for the office o'
rice-president of the United States.
Future ex-prcsldcnts of tho United
States are to be pensioned in tho sum
of $25,000 each annually by action of
the Carnegie Corporation of Now.
York. Tho grant is provided for with
tho Idea of enabling former executives
d( tho nation to devote their unique
knowledge, gained In public affairs, to
tho public good, free from pecuniary
Mrs. Hetty Green, probably th3
world's richest woman, celebrated her
lovomy-cighth birthday In the offices
pf the Westminster company, tho
Green corporation, in tho Trinity build
ing, In New York.
Stating that tho money was to bo
used for the relief of tho wounded in
tho Balkan war, "without regard to
race, creed or color," John D. Rocke
feller sent a letter to the American
Red Cross in Washington, enclosing a
By agreement of counsel tho second
trial of Clarence S. Darrow for alleged
bribery of a Juror In the McNnmara
trial has been postpoued to January.
Five persons were killed and 20 In
urcd in a head-on collision of two Sea
board Air Line fast express trains,
Bear Granite, N. C.
The surgeon general of the United
States army estimates that $85,000
will be required for the purchase of
irtlllclal limbs and apparatus duriug
ihe coming year. Last year 94 arti
ficial legs, one foot and Ave arms woro
listributcd to afflicted soldiers.
John Schrank Is insane. Tho man
who pleaded guilty to an attempt to
liny Col. Theodore Roosevelt at Mil
waukee, Wis., tho evening of October
14 Will bo sent to an asylum for tho
criminal insane, where ho probably
will pass the remainder of his days.
Two masked men robbed passengers
nd trainmen of several hundred dol
lars' worth of cash and Jewelry on the
bservatlon car of the Chicago, Mil-,
w alike o & St. Paul passenger train
Ho. 12, between Mystic and Ottumwa,
Suit was brought In tho United
States district court In Now York by
Deputy Assistant Attorney General
Runyoti on behalf of the government
lor tho recovery from tho Federal
Sugar Refining company of $119,080.98.
The federal grand jury found Indict
rents against tho Lake Shore & Mich
igan Southern, the Big Four railroad,
ihe Chicago & Indiana Southern rail
road and tho O'Gara Coal company.
Dominic Salvaggio, an Italian, was
tlcctrocuted here for tho murder of
threo of his countrymen In Septem
ber, 1911. One shock of more than
1,000 Tolts was gtveu.
Tho Ottoman government has re
jected the terms offered by tho allied
flalkan nations. Nazlm Pasha, tho
Turkish commandod-In-chef, has beou
inUred to resume operations.
' That Chinese troops are bolng con
teutratcd near Pekln in preparation
lor a march northward to sweep tho
Russians out of Mongolia was report
ed at Shanghai, China. Tho whlo
wuntry has the war fever, aud Presl
lent Yuan Shi Kal was said to'havo
yielded to popular clamor as the only
Sonns of preventing the overthrow of
Edward Smith and James K. nay,
Vth of Peoria, III., defendants In the
lynamlto conspiracy case, were sur
tendered by their bondsmen during
their trial at.lndlahapojls, Ind. Tho
pair were at liberty under $5,000 bond
Diphtheria has broken out In Fort
ftenjamin Harrison, Imi Nino sol
Hers wero,sald to be down with tho
(Iseaso, but the' authorities would not
Idmlt that moro than threo men were
Cnrml Thompson, secretary to tho
president, has beon appointed trcas
iror of the United States, to succeed
Lee McClung, and bus assumed his
A great tidal wave is reported to
nvo practically destroyed tho towns
f Savanna La Mar on tho southeast
toast and Lucea on the. uorthwost
;oast of Jamaica,
A fight between Moxlcan rural
piards nnd rebels for tho control of a
railroad train cost tho Uvea of a lieu
lonant and three rural guards and two
thillan passengers in the vicinity of
Ponjarao, state of Guanajuato,
Grand Duke Alexis, the 8-yoar-old
czarevitch, who has been 111 slnco ho
was Injured nt a hunting lodge at
Spain, early In Octohor, has suffered
a relapEo nnd grave rumors aro, cur
rent. Tho Russian aviator, LJuba Gnlnnt
Bchlkow, made a record for altitude
for women, by reaching u height of
about 7,800 feet nt Johannlsthal, Ger
many. Sho used n monoplane
John Schrank, who shot Col. Roose
velt, was placed in the northern In
sane asylum at Oshkosh, Wis, The
commission of alienists investigating
nn to his mental condition reported
unanimously that he Is Insane.
In Biirgcnt Modem Woodmen of
America won an important victory
when Judgo Robert I). Shirley, in tho
Sangamon county r'ttult-court, grant
ed their plea for aTr"lnJunctlon re
straining tho head nfffcers from put
ting Into offect the proposed tnsurnuco
Resolutions condemning the Christ
mas custom of bartering gifts placed
the Sane Christinas assoc'atlon of Chi
cago on record as advocating the
Abolition of tho present-day exchange
Compulsory military service for Ger
man women is the remedy suggested
by Prof. Wltzcl of Dusseldorf in order
to safeguard tho health of tho army
men engaged In active service. Ho
advocates women ho trained for
nurses' duty and cooks.
Another rich strlko of placer gold
has been made In ihe Hay State
group, opposite claims - and 5, below
Anvil creek, Alaska, adjoining tho
ground on which "pay" was struck a
few duys ago.
A. A. Truskett was acquitted at In
dependence, Kan., of thu charge of
murdering J. I). S. Neely, a Lima
(Ohio) oil promoter, and was held by
the jury to have been Insano at the
time he shot'and killed N.aly.
Kansas' close race for the governor
ship reached ihe state supreme court
when It Isbued an alternative writ of
mandamus against tho county com
missioners of Bourbon county to re
convene at onco and recount the bal
lots cast in tho last election.
John D. rchbold and other Stand
ard oil heads aro not yet safe from
arrest under criminal proceedings for
alleged conspiracy in restraint of
trade lu Texas, It was authoritatively
stated at tho department of justice.
A decision of tho appellate court at
Los AngoUis, Cnl., handed down re
cently, apparently Insures a majority
for Woodrow Wilson In California of
about 150 votes and nearly nil, if not
all, of tho electors to be sent by tho
stnte to the electoral college.
The radical wing of the American
Federation of Labor, in convention at
Rochester, N. Y., was dofcated by a
roto of nearly 2 to 1 In Its attempt to
have thu federation adopt industrial
unionism lu placo of trade autonomy.
Threo persons were killed and 12
wero Injured In a fire that destfoyed
the St. George hotel at Los Angeles,
Cal. There were more than 100 guests
at the hotel, and only tho heroism of
the employes nnd firemen saved many
f to ni death.
Henry S. Routoll of Chicago, former
representative In congress, In all prob
ability will be named in a few days as
chief justice of tho .United States
court of claims, vlco Chief Justice S.
J. Peelo, who will retire because of
tho age limit.
Tho Turkish fortress of Monastlr
surrendered to Servian troops. Fifty
thousand Turkish soldiers ami three
generuls laid down their anus.
William Randolph Hearst, tho pub
lisher, will be one of tho first wit
nesses called beforo the Clapp com
mittee of the senate wlrn It resumes
its Investigation of campaign contribu
tions, early next month.
Congressman-elect Timothy Sulli
van, known as "Big Tim" Sulllvnn,
the ruler of Tammany Hall for more
than twenty-five years, is a maniac
confined in n atraltjacket In Dr. G. F.
tM. Bond's sanitarium, Yonkors, N. Y
according to his friends.
Late returns 'from Wyoming coun
ties give the Republicans control of
oach house and a majority of eight on
joint ballot In the twelfth legislature.
As Republicans are all pledged under
the state primary law, this means
Senator F. IS. Warron's re-election as
United States senator.
Mrs. Frances M. Scoville-Norton,
sister of Charles J, Gultcau, who as
sassinated President Gnrflcld July 2,
18S1, more widely known, however,
for her exceptional character and at
tainments, was found dead In her
room in Chicago,
Manuel Pardlnar Zarretto, (lie
young anarchist who killed Premier
jbannlojas and then committed suicide,
was secretly burled ,at Madrid. Spain.
William P. Miedorlch of Indianap
olis, Ind., who Is one of the repro
rtenUtlvesclect from Vandorburg
county, Is preparing a bill which ho
vrlll introduce nt the coming session
nt tliu Indiana legislature to pension
all dependent mothers of the state,
Friends of Huntington Wilson, as
sistant secretary of state, will 1114:0
his appointment to succeed Charles
Pago1 BryaA of Chicago, III., whose
resignation iib nmbussudor to Japan
has been announced.
A sovoro earthquake shook Mexico
City. Tho troinor lasted for about ono
minute. Several small houses were
toppled over and tho pavements wero
cracked in many places.
Tho official cstimato of the dead lu
tho hurricane and tidal wave which
(sited tho western part of Jamaica
plncos tho numbor at more than 100
in the coast towns alone.
Mayor Lunn of Hchcnoctaly, N Y
who Is a Socialist, was released from
tho Herkimer county jail upon furnish
ing bond of $100 ponding tho appeal
of his case. lie was found for mak
ing speech to strikers.
TO AVERT STRIKES
ARBITRATORS IN ENGINEERS'
DISPUTE ASK LAWS TO SAFE
30,000 GAIN PARTIAL VICTORY
General Increase on All the. Roads
1 Held. Not Warranted Morrlssey
IntfmatrFlaht W3c RV,
newed on May 1- Next.
Washington. Thirty thousand loco
motive onglnecrs on ilfty-two Fatorn
ratlwns gain a partial victory in their
demand' for more wages under the
award announced by tho board of ar
bitration In Its decision, however, the loard
holds that tho public, which had no
voice In the controversy and no choice
but to nbldo by tho decis'on, had moro
at stale than either engineers or rail
roads, and tho report emphasizes the
necessity of plans to safeguard tho
public against the possibility of a fu
ture strike, whose coiiFequencf.s It de
picts 'in somber vein.
"It would bo difficult to exaggerate
tho seriousness of such a e.i'nmPy,"
reads tho report. "It Is safe 'o say
that the large cities of tho lZnK' VOu!d
find tho supply of many articles of
food exhausted within n week. Of so
important a commodity as milk, they
would have no moro than a day's sup
ply. If a strike of the character last
ed only a single week, th suffering
would bo beyond our power of descrip
tion. Tho Interests of tho public so
far exceed those of the parties to a
controversy as to render tho former
paramount. To this paramount Inter
est both the railroad operators and
the employes should submit."
To plnco such a strike beyond tl.o
roalms of probability, the board advo
cates the creation of federal and state
wage comm'ssions. These commls
sions, the hoard suggests, should bo
vested with piratically tho same pow
ors over organized labor aa public
utilities commissions now cxercisu
over quasi rubllc corporations.
"It Is the belief of the board," con
tlnues the decision, "that in the last
analysis tho on'.y solutlou Is to quality
tho principle of free coi.tract in the
From this suggestion, P. II. Morrls
sey, tho representative of the engi
neers on tho board, dWsonts.
While the award Increases wages
on somo railroads and for some class
es of service, It holds that a general
Increaso on all roads is not warranted.
Tho uwnrd dates back to May 1 last,
and will hold for one year from that
Morrlssey representing tho engineers
already has Indicated doubt as to its
renewal. In tho past, with soveral
notable exceptions, tha contracts be
tween tho roads and the engineers
have been renwed annually.
Free Mail Cost $3,250,000.
Washington. Statistics compiled by
tho postofflco department show that
campaign documents sent through tho
malls postage free during tho last
campaign by senators and congress
men would hnvo netted the govern
ment $3,250,000 If stamps had been
Would Kill Wilson, Is Held.
Colorado Springs, Colo. Declaring
that ho will kill Presldent-olect Wil
son If ho cvor gets a chance, John
Cohan, a one-armed man, . arrested
here, Is being held by the local police.
If not wanted by tho government, his
mental condlton will be examined.
Mexican Ambassador to Retire,
Mexico City. Manuel Calero will
resign his position ns Mexican ambas
sador to tho United States early next
year, according to an announcement
by Foreign Ministor Las Curaln. Se
nor Caloro will devote his tlmo to prl
Nebraska Prairie' Fire.
Kimball, Neb, A prairie flro orig
inating In Banner, county, Nob., swept
across tho whole north part of Kim
ball county. It was started by a
threshing outfit, and fanned by a 50-mlle-an-hour
gale, wns checked with
Progressive Senator Wins.
Now York. Henry Salant, cnndl
date for stnte senntor on the Pro
gressive ticket In a Now -York city
district at tho recent election, was
elected by a plurality of 59. votes, It
appeured with the completion of the
Chicago, Grover Nlelson, structural
Iron worker, omployod on a bulldlpg
In course of construction', plunged
nine stories aud suffered a broken lit
tle finger. .
Two Killed in Wreck.
Alexandria, La. Passcngors on a
Texas & Pacific oxpress escaped death
when the train crashed Into two loco,
motlveu pushing n Southern Pacific
freight, nonr hore. Two trainmen
wero killed and two others wero hurt.
Pension for Canilejas' Kin,
Madrid The ducal tltlo and aq
uuul pension of $0,000 wuro conferred
on tho family of the Into Premier Ca
ualojaa, who was assassinated on No
vember 2 King Alfonso has signed
a royal decree to this eftecL
OLD MAID FOR WISDOM
BEST ADVICE OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS HERS TO GIVE.
Especially About Matrimony, Says
One, Is the Married Woman Apt to
Be Actuated by Her Own
"I don't know what to think," said
tho college graduate
"It's tho first admission of tho kind
nlnco you gbtryour dlplomn," said
tho old moldi5?
"What to think nbout what?" ask
fd tho, matron Jmt turned thirty. Her
nfontfiiJrttVa jIotw cf tho corners,
nnd there wns a wrongs-for-womon
look In her ryo.
"About marrying. Davo Is begin
ning to Insist on marrying Just as
1 (am beginning to soo thnt I havo
somo futuro nhcad It I work llfo out
"Don't hesitate a minute," said tho
matron just turned thirty, nnd
brought her tooth together with a no
ticeable click. "What can you do
better than anything clso?"
"I nm Interested, you know, In ce
"Then go In for It. Go In for any
thing that has that word celestial In
It. It sounds promising. It may lead
you Into heaven. Marrying won't.
Thero's no uso to pretend that it
The tolcphono bell rang then, and
while tho matron Just turned thirty
answered It, tho other two regarded
each other with looks that said that
they wero astonished nt her and com
mlserntlvo of her. Then her volco
nt tho telephono enmo on to them In
languid cadences: "Why, yes, I sup
pose T can go. Oh, yes, I suppose I
want to. Really? You surprlso mo.
From tho way you rushed off this
morning I should hardly havo thought
Yes, but what mado you forget?
You havo missed Yc-cs, I hnvc,
too. You old darling! All right,
then, hurry homo. I'll ho ready."
Sho camo back from tho telephono
to tho two who hnd listened In con
scienceless attention. "Jim and I
nro going to havo a ltttlo celebration
tonight," sho announced shamelessly.
"It's our anniversary." Sho wont out
of tho room then, red but radiant,
"If you really want any advice
nbout marrying," said tho old maid,
turning upon tho college graduate,
"you will havo to como to ub slnglo
women. You can't bellovo anything
tho mnrrlod ones tell you. Thoy aro
hero today and thcro tomorrow. Their
conclusions about matrimony rest
upon no suror bnso than whether or
not their husbands remembered to
kiss them goodby this morning. They
haven't any perspective. It takes
an old maid to bo tho president of
a congress of mothers, nnd it takes
ono to illumlnato tho subject of mat
rimony for tho young nnd unde
cided." "Turn on your Benrchllght, then.
Let's havo tho Illumination."
"Oh, all that It comes to Is that
each woman has to docldo for her
self," sold tho old mold.
Bishop Rowo, now of South Dakota,
was upon a certain occasion obliged
to start out afoot to reach a church In
an eastern stnte. Tho August day
was closo and hot and tho road was
dusty, bo that after half an hour's po
desttinnlsm tho reverend gentleman
wns well pleased when a man drow
nlong In a spring wagon and offored
n lift. His reverence woro no clerical
gnrb and tho state of his apparel after
tho tramping gave small Indication of
Tho tenm Jogged Into a deep wood.
Tho churchmnn deemed tho tlmo and
tho place Ut for tho broaching of spir
itual things. Accordingly ho opened
tho subject rather abruptly, ho con
fesses. "Young man," ho demanded solemn
ly, "nro you prepared to dlo?"
"Do you know," tho bishop Inno
cently explained afterward, "tho fol
low gave n whoop, dropped tho reins,
jumped off tho sent, and, beforo I
could sny n word, ho had gone crash
ing through tho woods! Now, why
do you suppose ho did that?"
' is Letter Writing Lost Art?
it is a well-known fact that In tho
present rush of llfo tho art of letter
writing la dying rapidly, especially
anipng women. Thcro Is no tlmo lost
In long-winded sentences and needless
fancy comments. Tho up-to-dnto
mpndnina in question expresses hor
Bjjlf In a short, preciso, crisp manner,
nnd merely betrays her frumo of
mind, whllo corresponding, in tho se
lection of her Ink, If tho Indy means
to show herself in an amiable, frlond
ly mood, sho chooses green Ink, Yel
low or ornngo implies that tho writer
Is exuberantly hnrlpy. Tho various
shades of violet demand a careful
study on tho par 6"f tho reader, hluo
predominating over red to , nn im
portant extent wl'iin tho writer Hooks
consolation. Tlio most eccontrlo caso
of all Is tho uso of whlto Ink upon
5cd papor. Tho (latter expresses ex
ceptional pride apd energy carried to
rin excosslvo dogroo. ,
. Germany Makes Magnesia Floors.
Thoy aro making tho floors of big
oinco buildings lu Germany of a mix
ture of mngncsium chlorldn, pulver
ized magnesia' and snwdust, laid from
two to four inches thick. Consul Gen
eral Robert P. Skinner roports from
Hnmburg that such floors ore water
proof, almost fireproof, crnckfroo,
warm under foot, elastic, sound-proof
and chenper than plna flooring, tiling
WITH COMPETITION ABSORBED
EXACT, EVEN JUSTICE
WHAT THE COUNTRY LOOKS FOR
FROM THE DEMOCRATS.
Work of Reforming Trusts Must Be
Impartially Done and No Spirit of
Persecution Allowed to Mar
the Needed Changes.
When congress meets lu extra ses
slon, with Democrats in control of
both houses, there will bo strong
tomptatlon to "get oven" with a group
of trusts that havo looted consumers
for many years and turned a part of
their plunder over to tho Republican
party ns campaign contributions.
Tho temptation Is natural nnd hu
man; but It must bo resisted. Even
trusts must havo justice from u Dem
ocratic administration. Not moro than
juBtlco, for that way lies a crlmo
ngalnst the peoplo; not less than jus
tlce, for that way lies reaction
Tho sugar trust, owned and con
trolled by frionds of Mr. Roosovolt, la
In muny ways tho most contempt!
bio organization between tho oceans
It ha3 robbed consumers by high
prices. It robbed tho government by
false weights. It has bribed public
sorvnnts, corrupted legislation, tried
to control the foreign policy of tho
Yet oven tho sugar trust must havo
justice; oven, exact Justice. Changes
In tho sugar tariff i'.ist bo made for
tho advantage of tho American peo
plo, not for tho disadvustago of tho
trust. Criminal prosecutions If pros
Kecutions come must bo mado to en
force public rights, not In a Bplrlt of
Tho sugar trust must not bo perse'
cuted by tho Democrats merely be'
causo It was given a license to plunder
by Mr. Roosevelt.
What Is true of tho sugar trust Is
true of tho Perkins harvester trust, of
tho Bteel trust. Thoy must bo pun
ished for their crimes, not for tholr
politics. Thoy must bo treated with
cold, impartial justice and thoro is
nothing on earth of which thoy nro
so much afraid.
Justice will break tho grip of tho
Jimtlco will stop the robborles of
the woolen trust.
Justice will froo farmers from tho
greed of tho hnrvoster trust.
Justico will do these things In Euch
wise that they nover can ho undone
Tho peoplo hnvo waited long for a
reckoning with tariff-fed, trust-organized
privilege Tho day has arrived.
Tho reckoning must bo mado so fair
ond bo final that thero can bo no ex
cubo for calling in a benoflclnry of
prlvllego to audit tho books.
Monopoly abolished by vlolonco may
bo restored by mistaken sympathy
Monopoly abolished by justice Is nbol
Ished forever Chicago Journal.
Party Will Not Be Hasty.
For tho prcbont tho best thing the
president-elect can do Is to give busi
ness posltlvo assurance that executive
action on his part will not bo busty
nor Impulsive In tho prosecuting of
tho radical reforms ho has promised.
However much admiration there may
bo for tho man personally, his pro
gram contemplates serious changes In
economic conditions, and business nnt
urally is going to put a timid foot for
ward until it Is clear whnt kind of a
president wo nru going to havo. It Is
to bo assumed, howovor, that Wilson
ns a keen student knows that tho pros
perity of tho Individual Is dependent
upon continuing Industrial nnd com
mercial activity and that ho fully ap
preciates tho dangers of sweeping tnr
Iff rovislon. Baltimore American.
Business Has No Fears,
Nothing could better Illustrate tho
desperate straits to which opponents
of triumphant Domocracy wero driven
than tho eleventh-hour panic cry that
ruin would como lu tho trail of Domo
cratlo success. A government Demo
cratic in all Its brunchcH uftur March
4 next Is n practical certainty; yet
business sbous no Indication of suf
fering n check. On the contrary, It (s
steadily growing In volume, and the
crops this year hnvo been ns largo ns
tiny grown under on undlmmtd Hc
TWO MEASURES IN DEMAND
Provision for Income Tax and Direct
Election of Senators a Duty Laid
on Democratic Party.
Democratic triumph should mean
tho prompt success of two popular
measures tho Income-tnx amendment
nnd tho direct election of United
States senators by voters.
Victory for tho Income tax Is almost
won. Tho votes of only two moro
states nro 'needed for ratification. This
Is not a partlsnn political measure
Within four years It has been ndvo
cr.ted In both party platforms In Mas
sachusetts, Rhodo Island and Maine:
In Indiana, Kansas, Wisconsin nnd
Michlgnn; In Utah, Colorado and Cal
ifornia. Both Democratic and Republican
this amoudmcnt Is, therefore; yet wo
count Democrats Its safest frionds.
For tho Republicans In Massachusetts,
Utah nnd Rhode Islnnd w;nt back on
their Btnto platform pledges to boat
tho nmondmont, and In Maluo and
elsowhero thoy tried It with less suc
cess. This moasuro should bo ratified
beforo March 4. If In tho coming re
vision of tho tariff thoro should bo
somo sacrifice of revenue It should bo
no longer possible to raise In defense
of robbory tho old plea that It is tho
only way to keep tho government run
ning. Tho nmondmont providing for tho
direct election of senators is but be
ginning Its scrutiny by tho states.
Two of them only havo passed it. It
also should bo promptly ratified, that
wo may havo no moro of Senator
Wool, Sonator Cotton, Senator Glass,
Senator Steel, Senator Coal, Sonator
Copper, Senntor Railroad and Senator
These two measures are of tho sort
which will prove that tho truest pro
gresslvism Is Truo Domocracy.
Enforce Anti-Trust Law.
Governor Wilson's prescription of
Imprisonment for tho bends of trusts
Is not vindictive or cruel, or oven ex
cessive. Tho anti-trust law wns en
acted twenty-two years ago; It has
been onforced ovor nnd over again.
By this tlmo all the trust magnates
must understand whnt tho settled pol
icy of tho country Is with regard to
all these industrial aggregations that
aro suppressing competition Just so
far as they aro able to. Now It Is time
they took notice of this and made
their business methods conform to tho
dellbernto and matured opinion of the
Wilson a Free Man.
Wilson will go Into tho White Houso
untrnmmoled by promises. Not only
is It understood thnt he has mado no
promises to tho politicians, but It Is
admitted genorally that ho has mado
no promises to tho Amorlcan peoplo.
Ho will go Into olllcn a freo man, pos
sessing a keen Intellect, nn undoubt
ed sense of duty nr.d responsibility,
nnd wVh a remnrkablo indorsement
from tho American peoplo.
No Mortgage to Mammon.
Governor Wilson has succeeded
without tho uso of any bonanza cam
paign fund. It Is n glorious fact about
his election that his administration Is
not mortgaged to tho predatory rich.
It will not bo necessnry for him to
net ungratefully to anybody, because
he owcb no debts excopt to tho whole
The tariff, nccordlng to Senator
O'Gormnn, Imposes a tnx of $115 n
year on each family. So now you
know whnt becomes of tho monoy you
expected to have for your vacation
Not Frightened by Democracy,
it is worth notice that, according tp
the flunnctnl rnnni-tn nt Mm Mn... v-i.
........... w. v..w I UIH
Tribune, which believed prosperity
iiuiu u) tinny uoin us ir Taft und
protection woro defeated, tho average
price of fifteen railroad stocks on tho
dnv beforo (lncllun u-nsi 13K ac.i .....1
tho closing prlee on tho day after dec
tlon wns 140.025. The corresponding
figures for twelve Industrials woro
S3 792 tho day herere tho election and
91 1G7 tha dnv after Tim n -,,-ii
nnd industrial world received the
election nows with entiro tranquillity.
AFTER HE HAD, COUNTED THEM
HIc Companions Safe, Philadelphia
Man Was Satisfied That He Hsrf
Really Shot Buck.
Thomas Martlndnle, tho Philadel
phia moose hunter, said, apropos of
die opening of tho doer season:
"Buck fever Is a strnngo disease.
The victim of It docs somo remark
"A Phlladelphinn was deer hunting
In Maine. Ho shot four or flvo shots
Into a thick copse, aud then ho
"'All of you como out of thero!'
"Half a dozen sportsmen Issued
from tho copse hurriedly.
"Aro you all out?' eald tho Phila
delphia!!. 'One, two, three, four.
Where's Jako? "Oh, thero you are,
Jake. Aro you olfiuC sure?'
" 'Yes,' they answered. 'We're all
out; the whole party's out.'
"'Hurrah, then!' Bhoutcd tho Phlla
delphinn. 'Hurrah! I'vo shot a
Frontier Medical List.
In good old frontier days castor oil
was tho principal medical boverago
good full measure, too. Only tho big
gest person could hold a whole dose
one-halt a dlppcrful, with half a dip
perful of New Orleans' molasses add
ed to help slick It down and mako It
tasto good, only It didn't taste good.
In those historic days every old wom
an was a doctor aud gathered her own
"yarbs" In tho woods and know how
to mix up medical messes that would
stir the vitals of a brass monkey or
a cast iron dog. All backwoodsmen
believed In "yarb" doctors. Something
in "yarbs," at that.
Turkish Counting of Time.
Through the conter of the mosque
of St. Sophia runs tho theoretical
meridian which gave tho Turks truo &
local time one hour and fifty-six min
utes fifty-two seconds fast on Green
wich until, two years ago, the new
government fell In with tho standard
system of tlmo zones, and camo into
the eastern ISuropcan zone, exactly
two hours ahead of Greenwich time.
For lellgious purposes, however, 12
o'clock always happens at sunset, and
noon thus wanders with tho seasons
all round tho clock. Westminster
Mr. Hall Roome Billboards nro
Landlady They don't worry some
people I know, half as much as board
"When 1 saw Speedom today ho was
on tho qui vivo."
"What mako Is that?"
"How would you descrlbo these let
ters of a chiropodist?"
"I'd class them as foot notes."
Not the Same.
"You used to call your wlfo 'Kit
"I know, but sho bus grown Blnco
Beforo marrying u poet a girl should
havo her nppotlto amputated.
.Ready lo serve without
further cooking by adding
cream or milk.
Often used with fresh or
'The Memory Lingera"
Portum Ctal Co , Ltd.
Batdq deck, Mich.