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PLEASE TAKE hOTICE!
Several ni' riMi ati'i e irnt (iiit liHU
b Surrnitl-n and Advertwlnrf In
fvur .f the lt m h tur Star to e
rr.il Northern, Ki-tffn and Smitliern
St it t, r.illliitf fi.r ri-inltiiiC at onre;
al'i at Iimhip, Init tery few !ie re-ni-i,nilnl.
We will laeiiHid If tlmitr
hn are aUe to remll at one iuld dn
km, and nuke u nUd.
I'. K. MAYKP.S.
Cii'iK'ral ICue c( tin- t'nitt'J Staler,
lu'.ilth sirviii" tciult'rs till' MTV ill",
nf an txptTt rat catcher from Sin
Fransiv) t) assist in tin extermina
tmn ol rats in New Orlrans.
The talk (if the town is now the
hihonic plaui in New Orleans anil
the war (in rats. No room for the
the nasty rats now. They must be
slaughtered liht now.
Dr. Mary Jane Hofiiu', who makes
a spivialty sttiify of marine aiiima
life, has heen arr0''1'-' ;1 P'o'essor
of biology at Wellesley Collixe.
("ape Cod Canal and also to fur
nish correct information for future
improvements tliat may be remoJIeJ
l y tlniteJ States engineers.
It is rumored that the government
.flicia!s are hatching up a scheme to
dissolve the poultry trust in New
The Lieutenant Governor Theo.
liilbo bribery case is wagging along
at Jackson. There is no telling when
the case w ill come to a close.
In order to have a clean and healthy
city the cattle, horses and hogs
should be kept off the streets.
A small shower of rain visits our
city every week or so. More, und
oftener, would be acceptable.
The bubonic plague has reached
New Orleans. Two cases, one
rroved fatal. The rats must go.
The city of l.aine was visiteJ by
a good rain Saturday evening, which
was the first in about eight weeks.
What does that eminent traveling
man Col. Roosevelt carry as a siJe
I)o you suppose the water in Col.
Roosevelt's river is fit to drink.
About the largest person w e know
id this season is Jupiter Rluvius.
Favorite Washington past-timer
'umlting the anti-trust legislation.
The fall business is cxpecteJ to be
good all over the South.
Kill the rats found in your city and
report to the health officer.
The bubenic plague lias not ap
peared here yet.
Sheet Metal Works!
I and Plumbing.
All Kinds of Repair Work
Bicvctes a Snprialfv
iKIi AY, JI LT I. 1:H.
LET L'3 TAKE ADVANTAGE
ll.t "I. r..n Ti.rei" cf June 8.
t: e f J rr' cf tr.larj. From
o !eiJ.: tw.trijl is QTfeJ the
1 f .' ,'.i ',: v. !.;ch is cf u iercst
j t '.;.rs.the'nC7r.d.tions a-.J Ve-.uU
i -t i.-..:.:?e tl.e live it ck ir.?-.-re-t.
"t '!:t yiars ai c-r irp'ts cf
i.h."e J ar.J fr-en meat from 'he
I' !, J States ure va'uej at over
,oM r unJs (:(yAT,').
hi 1V!2 t! ey l.aJ sunk ti 15xJ
r-.u:Js (I75.00C). This is by far
t!;e ttiost Mr.kirj charge that is at
prtHv.t taking p'ace in the fJ
trjJe C:nJ.t;.T.s if the worlJ. It
n.e.ins tli.it th cr.ee great export
meat traJe tf t!ie L'niteJ StaUs is
iii'.v practically non-existent, anJ
that ur.Iess t!;e Americans take steps
to increase their h ..me projection of
t.:i staple article ff fooJ they Mill
not only cease t export, but will
ttconie 1 1 an increasing extent rival
buyers in the markets of the worlJ
with ourselves and other nations.
We are also threatened with the
same menace in the egg traJe by
the UndeJ States and (lermany,
both of which, instead of being able
to supply their own demanJ for
eggs, are now buying from Denmark
anJ Russia and other countries from
whom we have hitherto JeriveJ
The above for your information.
l et us use it to advantage.
G. A. Park,
Cen. Imm. St Indl. Agt.
Preside.it Wilson Refuses Wo
men's flea for Suffrage.
President Wilson refused Women's
plea for aid in struggle. Flatly de
dines to lend support to fight for
suit rage amendment.
Washington, June .VMh, five hun
dred members of the General of
Women's Clubs marched to the
White Mouse today and drew from
President Wilson a final refusal to
accede to demands that he support
the movement for a woman's suf
fiage amendment to the Federal
The President reiterated his state
ments to previous delegations that
his party had not embodied this que'
tion in its platforms, and then for
the first time announced his personal
conviction that the sulfiage issue
w as one for settlement by the States
and not by the FeJeral government
The women went away plainly
disappointed and chagrined, some
talking of immediate action against
the Democratic party.
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a foot nowilpr. KM. i.n.n....
ble. In alfter top cn. At drug-
For Sale hy
A. DKLCOMYN. Ady.
Mississippi Health Men Take
Jackson, Miss., June S. Dr. W. H
Kowan, chief mtary Inspector o
MlnsiMlppI, and Ir. U. R. Stlnirly,
Stte bacterloloiriHt. will leave tomor
row morning for Oulfport and Illloil
in response to tlie request of Suriteon
(ieneral Ulue to take proper tuethod
for the eradication of rodents, and
while away will make examinations
of captured rats. Surgeon General
ltlue teleuraphed to the State board
of health asking tliattlie Stale health
authorities take steps to belo a cam
paign against the bubonic plague
which has appeared In New Orleana.
He reroramendsd the Mlsslsslrol
lutborlilca to take steps to beirin a
rodent aurrey with bacteriological ex
aminations ot captured rats. &nd
adopt extermination measures at all
Mississippi ports, to dlsco?er tbe
plague as It exists and take proper
measure for Its eradication prior to
the appearance of cases In human be
ings. Dr. Rowan will Insist that all
ropes used Id mooring essels be pro
vided with guards to crerent rata iro-
Ing ashore by that loute.
Tbe health officers are keeping In
dally touch with the situation In New
Orleans and everything possible Is be
ing done to prevent the introduction
of tbe plague Into this Stale.
A dollar fairly gut Is worth a ihous-
aod that are nut.
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IHMblllW(l.l Vf il I W I it
SOLD 10 GREECE
Little Eurcpian Country Esccres
Cner Cf Battleships Missis
sippi Ani Kaho-Ectii Fi-jht-l?Z
Ships N:w C-se'ete.
WitiingtM), June 21. 4t t,f U.
Anifriraa I;attsti!;s I !bo and Mi
l"'l I Ij Greeee a ar,r'jtd Uw
todiy lo tie Hume whic'i by a it uf
IT to T acceftdanateatiieod(uot
to tbe naval aur prtatioa bill to au
tb ;rlie tbe traonaeiioo asd tbe bu.ld
with the proceeds For mat trvtet
fr jm Turkey dl1 o ,t alter tbe AaerU
Cia almloutrsth o's Ucs and tbe
wirhi probably will be la the hand
uf tbe amenta of the Greek g-jvera-ruerit
witlilo a week.
l loal actios oo tbe a rt rlU'in
till will be takeo to tbe Senate l
morrow or Thursday and ll.a measure
will be takeii to lie Senate there
aflei as pooslble. Uetrese ntatlves of
the Newport Newt Shipbuilding Ccni
ixnf and Lelblebeu Meel Conjcsny
IntermedUrie la tbe uegolialluiii
will call at tbe navy department and
Ltnd to Secretary Daniels a certified
check f'.r about I!2,i.i,0u0 the jrlce
WAKllllr AT IKNSACOLA.
Tbe Mississippi Is at l'eosacola
navy yard and It will almply be oeccs
sary to unload from ber tbe supplies
and personal property of officers and
enlisted uitta and place ber lo tbe
bands uf officers and crew tu be pro
vided by tbe Newpoit Newt Couipany
lo take her lo Allien. Tbe Idiho Is
at Gibraltar with a cumber of mid
shlpuieo aboard on their summer
crul.e from tbe naval academy
Though ou definite arrangement have
been made It Is believed Ibe boy will
be transferred with tbe ship's com
pany to tbe battleships Illinois and
Missouri also lo the Mediterranean
and the Idaho will be turned over to
a Green crew
The Turkish ambassador, Iluslem
Iky, who protested to the President
yiwlcrday that aciulsltloD uf the
American ship would unduly enlarge
the naval power of Turkey' riva
would not discuss the matter today
though It was evident be was surprised
at the actloo of ihe house, lie de
clined to Indicate whether or out
further protest will be made by
ixMri.uiK ri sos Miovinrt).
Tbe actloo of the house allows the
house managers In conference lo agree
to the senate amendmeul with altera
tloos providing specific appropriations
fur the oew dreadoaught, which will
cost, 17,800,000 excluslvn ut armor and
armaiii'Tit. Tbo proposal provides
Immediuto funds ol J,tl l."i,(sio tu begin
work no the vesi l as soon as Hie sale
The proposal was agreed to In iplte
of the charge ly Republican oo the
floor that the sale meant "entangling
European alliances, aod would Involve
Ihe L'nltcd Slates la tbe Kalkan
troubles. Representative Padgett de'
dared ibat the Administration be
lleved the sale of the two vessels
would bave a tendency to "preserve
tbe peace" between the nation lo
volved and asserted that he knew of
oo protest against tbe tale being made
by either country,
Secretary Daniels was anxiou for
tbe sale, Hecause Greece would pay
112,000,000 the full cost price for ves
sets that are ten year old. Tbe Mis
slsslppl and the Idaho are too small
to match with the great fleet units of
today, and can not be utilized lo gen
eral maneuver without confusion
because uf tbelr lack of speed aod
(11 Terences lo maneuvering qualities
Secretary Daniels when tbe cabinet
assembled today ald that Turke)'
protest against the sale of tbe battle
ships had not altered hi view, nor
that of the administration lo favor of
Republican Leader Mann wanted lo
amend the proposal so as lo turn the
money from the sale of the two ships
Into the treasury. Representative
Iturncttof Alabama wanted It spent
for post toads. Ilolh amendments
Curat Old sorts, Other Remedies Woa't Cart.
TS wot it t.w.. o mnlte r ol haw 1on .landini.
sr cur.tl b (h wonderful, old rtlmhlt lit.
roncr's AnllMptlc tlr.lltif OIL II rtlr
r.ls sod Heals si the .am. tint. 2.V. Kk, l.a
Orders Release Of W. C. Walters.
New Orleans, June SP. Holding
Invalid tbe law under which William
C. Walter was recently convicted at
Opclousas, La ,of kldoapplng young
Koticrt Dunbar of that dace lo Add!
H'12, the Louisiana Sunreme Court
ordered Waller released. He bad
been tentenced lo life Imprisonment.
lo attempting lo 1910 to amend tbe
existing law relating to kldoapplng,
making the crime one of capital
punishment, the legislature, the court
held, rendered the amended act un
constitutional by tbe phraseology of
tbe title of tbe new law.
Tbe court on these grounds ordered
tbe verdict and sentence against Wal
ter be set aside and that he be dis
charged from further prosecution un
der the siatute.
Butkltn's Araks Salvt Kir Cats, Burns. Saras
Mr. E S. Ijirwir. Marllla V V.
writes: 'i have never hud a cut, Hum!
Wound IT Sum It ariinlri tint. LSoat .
Get a box of Hucklen'a Arnica Salve
today. Keep handy at all times for
Hums, Sore, Cuts, Wounda. 1'revenu
Lockjaw, wc, at your druggist. Adv. '
f r- p rt
AT PAQUETTE'S PARK
SAT. JULY 4TH
lie sure to keep your ticket because It give you a chance ta win one of
tbe five Valuable l.ita Pritea.
1st Prlie Gold Watch, donated by Pascagwla St. Ey. Power Co.
2nd Prlie-lio ') la Gold, donated by Merchaot A Marine Bank.
31 Prlze-lio.'jo la Gall, dunated by Paseagoula Natiooal Pank.
Uh Prlie lo .! to Gold, donated by Frederle ettate.
tb Prlie . to Gold, dooated by Capt I. L. Clintoo.
I. Boy' M jvi Urk.vd rtc. atxirr II ) surTelt lj J, D Craaa.
t B-'fa S jui U. net l iw ahctna laak llftit, ky . D Crsa.
V Mra'a I'M riH ttir Ws ti.'r, by t l bjH.
I ru M t V, t "l m tui cigars hy I'. II lv .
V tilria' t vi rvr Ktr lyva. kattk. ky M. Vr Vh
S. (.It !' lav yari ra a. ivWl It -a. rln( Sy tUI(. fcVlaarkt.
r. lili U rf aa4 r.' a.l.f It yaan, (aary aantwl. ky W. X INcaXt.
l.lrt. tgf Sla r-t war It ynua. prul. ky W. kt. Cuty.
S. Vm iIiiI bi fii ky M. Swaa ( .(.ul liaM BoesT kat, ky t. E. Co.
IS. );Ui 4ta ia4-r II yawa. SS Wi taady ky I'alaj rtLarn.wy.
II. l.sUwt' tatm. tn ky W. II. HajtkM.
II IJi.' I... y.rj n . rara iair Uafu alipaara, Vy Boatsa Hiar.
II. Bwya tu.l ttm rara. ksiri. ky J. f. (
Hoys' lw yard atlkin net, aadn It yaan, kat.laf .nil. ky C N'.Uoa.
Mm'i M yar I aaikiai raw. aalsly raur ky L, r. Ilra Saa.
BASEB ALL--PXuIa Mississippi Gtjr. Came called
at 3:30 p.m. ADMISSION ISc and 25c
MUSIC Bf SGRANTON
Moving Pictures at Casino 8:30 p. m. Fireworks 8 p. m., donated by
Pascatoula St. Ry. & Power Co. Free Dancing for AIL
PARK WILL CLOSE MO AMUSEMENTS OVER 11 12 O'CLOCK
; SPECIAL TRAIN
The Pascagoula-Moss Point Northern
Pascagoula at 11 p. m., to accomodate visitors from points along
its line. See Railroad Circular for Excursion Rates from
. , , . . All Stations.
Political Struggle for Supremacy
Uir M. J' H'K T STAR.
The political struggle for supremacy
In the future' will not' be between
Ii'puhilc-ao and Democratic panic,
but Instead It will be Capital aod
Labor. Tim U publican party repre
sents the capital, aod of necessity tbe
Democratic party will bave to rely oo
labor for It strength. The Republi
can policy of big li protective tar'S for
tbe be ii cm or labor has proven a
fallacy, aod Ibe Labor party will
Join the Democrat If the Democrat
put up the light fur tbctr Interest.
Every wbera 1 bear the wealthy de
nouncing the Wllsoo or Democratic
administration, and the High Tariff
Democrat are fast Joining tbe Pro
gresslve party to try and carry the
next canipalgo lo tbelr Interest, and
It money will carry It they will suc
ceed. Now tbe Democratic party
tiould start the training of the work
ing class, so a to demonstrate to them
tbelr oced lo politics, aod be ready
when the election take effect. I am
a life long Democrat aod desire the
success of the party In the next eam
paigo The Old Democrat.
A Faithful Public Officer.
It Is with pleasure we announce lo
this Issue tbe candidacy of Hon. Pat
Harrison for tbe Demooratlc oomloa
tlon as member of tbe Lower House
of Congress from this tbe Sixth Con
gressional District of Mississippi.
Pat need oo commeodatioo at our
hands. Ui public record as a mem
ber of Congress during the past three
years, stand out lo bold relief.
He has been uollriog lo bis efforts
In the Intercft of Lis district and tbe
State at large, and oo all natiooal
questions, be has takeo a high and
While aggressive, be baa beeo cour
teous, winning the respect aod good
will cf hi colleagues; among whom
be bas established a lasting Influence.
Hit work lo tbe Interest of River
and Harbor for hi district ba met
itb much success, and this work
alone, merit reflection at the hands
of this constituency. He bas shown
himself a friend of the farmer, aod oo
all matters where tbelr Interest was
at stake, he has left nothing undone
hlch would promote tbelr welfare,
lo other words Pat baa made wood,
looked well after tbe Interest of bi
people of the State, announces that
he bis woo for himself a lilgb place lo
Congress, and la lo a position to f or-
tber promote tbe Interest of hi peo
ple, It Isonly meet and justthathebe
retained to Congress, a position for
which he has shown himself so quali
fied to on. ;
Had HI Appetite With Him.
It waa Wlllard'a first slant of a ton
key, and aa the noble bird waa born
proudly to the table by the waitress
the little fellow evidently thought that
bla father waa merely -the Brat adult
bonortd. "Oh, Annla, bring ma one,
FIRE CO. BRASS BHi
will run t special train, tearing
Malaria or tliills & Fever
Prescription No. (66 I prepared Mpaeislly
tor MALARIA or CHILLS 4 FCVCR.
FWs or sia doses will break any case, aad
l( lakto Ihea a a Ionic Ihe Fever will aot
teiarav It acts oa lb liver bene da
Calomel aed docs aot (rip or sickea. 2if
Medloortty well directed I Infinite
ly tuperlor to genlu misdirected.
Thursday, July 9th, 1914.
Institute will be beld at the fol
Harles ton, morning meeting 8:30 a m
Hurley, eveolng meeting 2:00 p.m.
KlgPolot, all day. 9 a.m.
Latimer, morning meeting 9:30 a.m.
Daisys estry, eveolng meeting 2 p.m
vanCleave, all day, 9:30 a.m.
Orange Grove, eveolng meetlog S
fc.ee local announcement for Fssca
goula, Moss Point and Uceao Spring
Two or more ipeaken (or each place.
The speaker are A. & H. College men
or Government expert.
ubJccU:-Llve Stock, Dlverslflca
lloo, Rotation, Soils, Seed Selection
Forage Crop, Slio, Good Roads, Tile
Report Lynching Of Negro Bandit
L.aurei, miss., June 30. A report
reached Laurel tonight that a oegro
aoswerlog the description of Bod Lee,
aod believed to bave beeo Implicated
In tbe robbery of tbe pay car of tbe
Gllchrlst-Fordoey Lumber Company,
ana the murder of Reese Fltzpatrlck,
Dan beeo lynched at Louisville. It
waa admitted by those who are keep
log io touch with the eltuatloo that
a oegro uad been arrested at Acker-
mao and returned to Louisville for
afe keeping. Thl negro, It I ald,
gave his name as John Smith, but
members of the tralo crew say he
came aboard at Durotdde, tu which
pulot bloodhouDd trailed the miir-
derer. Several parties who koow Bob
Lee left Laurel for Louisville tody.
J. V. Simmons aod Wyatt Robinson
tbe two men seriously Injured lo tbe
encounter with the bandit, are dolog
nicely ind hospital physicians believe
both will recover.
About the only way you cart culti
vate some men's acquaintance I by
A Sin? A r.i,..4
r a la U OtalaalaaT Or Haxkt
Wa tTaarrwe Natare'a lawa. tha LWar
airlkwj, tnaa omit or aaflact anUl
e acne or sicken.
laftrteaatfl Ikah 4aa.aJ a.. Vrt ja
Jna. with tha old tima-lrlxl May Apple
foot, (Poe'opAifMm.) PodnnhyUia wllh
e ftipe vakaa oct U eaUal
B '"ansJiiilliaai W jpaWb lal SUaWall I II Ujlu 1
i)f f A!
Now is the time to put your
system in good condition;
get prepared for the Spring
and Summer Seasons.
NYAL'S Hot Springs Blood Remedy
Will BENEFIT You Most.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
T kwal arpllciti iaa, aa they caaaot
rrarh ihe ..aaia Ktr.iMi ol tha aar.
Thera la only t.na i, rura oVarnree,
and that la ky ronsututionil rvanwlira.
Iafi.ae U rauattl by an Indimad roodi
ti"a or tha Biu.-oua timnf eC the Kuala
t!i.n Tube. Whrn tliia lube la lnflam4
you have a rumbUns eouM rr Iraprrfact
annc. end !. it l anOrely r..4,
IVdfnue ta tha result, an! unicaa the In.
fl.mmaooa ran ba uk.ii aut aM this
tuba retrl to Ma armal condition.
Marine will t eatrryrl forTr: alee
caara aut er tra are fauard by Catarrh,
which la fiTthlnf hut an Inflamed coadl
tlr.t af tha muroua surrarva.
w will .aHw HirtM Iw.lara avaayaaaaaf
Tw-,f.. ...--l .,. .rrhm.i a.a.u nra. .y
liaii a lalaf ra I ara. SwaS faff airaalaj. traa.
r J n aa a T, a 00 TeUea, Okie.
a'4 ay rwaavtsta. TV.
taaa Uaua t aaally rule fu
$150,000 IS GIVEN
FOR FUeUE FIGHT IN
Surgeon General Blue Will Take
Command In Battle Against
WAR ON RATS IS URGED FOR
ALL PORTS ON THE GULF
New York Officer Refuses To
Qurrantlne Against .Santiago
And New Orleans.
New Orleans, La., June 29. With
the Introduction of a Joint resolutloo
lo the two houses of tbe general as
sembly at liatoo Rouge today author
Izlng the Governor to borrow 1150,000
to be eipended lo the eradication of
the bubonic plague here, and tha In
auguration of a rigid . quarantine of
the Infected district tbls afternoon by
local authorities preliminary steps to
ward stamping out the contagion
were well advanced.
Tbe quarantine established by city
health authorities 1 backed by armed
guarus, tweoty eight or whom were
stationed at Intersecting street with
lo four blocks of the lodustrlol home
or ids volunteers of America where
the two cases so far reported were
discovered. , Only bread winners will
be allowed Ingress or egress to the
quaraotlned district, which Includes
some of the large French markets
many or the commission houses aod
a number of wholesale bouses. Bread
winners who are permitted to cross
the dead line are required to report
three times a day for Inspection.
RATS MUST DIR.
While It Is cow believed here that
the sliuatloo 1 well lo hand precau
tionary measures of stringent kind
will be taken. A concerted attack
upon the rata of the ciiy will begi
tomurrow morning. The rodent will
be destroyed by traps and polsoos,
tbose infesting tbe quaraotlned area,
being glveo attention first. Flea, loo.
will come under the bao, but oo plans
fur their destruction have yet beeo
aooounced, A rat that was burried at
the Voluoleera of America borne oo
Suoday will be exhumed and examined
IL'ROEON-OENKRAL BM TO HELP,
federal authorities will take Dart
io toe right against the disease with
the arrival of Surgeon-General Rupert
Ulue of the Public Health Servlco and
two experts fr..m Washington. Local
authorities have been advised that lo
respoose to tbelr request General
Blue Is now en route there.
Health department of a number of
Southern states have wired Dr. Do
Hog, State health officer, profferlog
So far ooly two cases of plague re
ported, one death resulting. Further
alarm was cs used by reports the dis
covery of two more cases lo'adiffereot
part or the city, hut the report proved
to oe erroneous.
At a meeting of the health author
itles last night plan for tbe whole-
sale campalgo against rat were fur
ther matured. It was decided to form
a tone extending four block io every
direction from tbe Volunteer nr
America Home, aod begin the task
of ridding this area of the rodents.
Concrete rat guards will be built.
Tbe first will extend around the en
tire aooe, while two others will be
constructed within, this, t, The attack
will begin from thevouter guard. All
rata lo the Ore t tone escaping tbe vlg.
lanca of the. eatermltatort will be
drlveo into the t2cood me, where If
J they again escape, they will be forced
I Into the third woe. By this plan, It Is
'stated, the rats will oot only be dr
stroyed but will be prevented from
spreadlBH tha oontsglon into other ,
I parts or the city. ., . i
C. XELSOX, IV.
PASCAOOILA, . MISS.
oOc. Peh Day.
II Y WEEK OR MONTH.
lavlgoratlat- to the) Pal a ad Sickly
The OM SL.d.M (raaral Krrnflhraiiia teole.
GSOVB TaTKL&S chill TON IC, dnva. eat
Malaria .tarketaia blood.aa4biillaa(ihcara.
" A Uat loaic. fat auulie aa4 childtta. h
Opelousas, La., June 30.-C. P. Duo
bar, father of Walter' alleged victim,
had little to say about the Supreme
Court's decision lo tbe waiter case.
Mr. Dunbar's only comment was that
it seems there is po law to Louisiana
to prevent children from being kid
naped. Both Mr. Veaxl aod Mr. Lewis said
they bad oot seen and heard the de
cltlooof the. court, and, therefore,
were not lo position to discuss the
subject. Mr. Lewis, however, stated
that It appears the State will be with
out any law on the subject, aod unless
a law Is eo acted at this session of tbi
Legislature, there will be nooe to
cover kidnaping for tbe nexttwo years.
District Attorney Garlaod staled
that be was not sufficiently Informed
as to the decision baoded dowo by tbe
Supreme Court lo the Walters cae to
discus It Intelligently. "I am out
sufficiently informed as to tbe scope
of the court's decision," said Mr. Gar-"
laod tbls afternoon. .'Ait 1 koow at
prescot Is that the court held tba
amending Act No. 31 ot 1010 known
as the kidnaping law, unconsiituj
tlooal. I can't understand, however,
bow tbe court should have held that
the accused should be discharged un
less It has decided that while tbe en.
acting clause of tbls act is unconsti
tutional Its repeallog clause is consti
tutional. If the act io Its entirety b
held In violation of Act 31 ot tbe Con
stltutlon, the ooly effect of the dccls
loo would be to remaod tbe case to be
proceeded with under tie provlssloo
of Act No. 86 of 1908."
This i a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS 4 FEVER.
Five or six doees will break any case, end
if takeo ihea as a tocic the Fever will not
return. It acts oo ie liver belter Ids
Calomel aad does aot f ripe or sickea. 2U
Old Law Against Confederates Is
Washington, Jnoe 29, With aa un
usual demonstration, the house today
unanimously passed a bill to reper.l a
section of tbe revised statutes which
prohibits tbe payments In favor ot
anyone who encouraged or sustained
or lo any way favored tbe "rebellion."
The measure would open Dp claims
of various klods aggregating about
156,000 from West Point graduates
who were afterward officers In the
Representative Graham of Pennsyl
vania told the house he bad found
stowed away on the Judiciary calen
der this bill td remove penalties from
men who had fought for the South.
"The half century or more which
has passed," said Mr. Graham, "hss
brought together the warring com
batanta of Gettysburg to weep and
cheer In unison oo that fateful field.
Let's wipe from tbe statute books the
offerings of feelings which hitter
strife engendered." : ,
The measure was passed promptly
without a dlssentiog voice and enthu
siastic applause came from both sides
of the chamber.
lb Isn't so bad to be tired if you
have done something useful lo get
ting that way.
Has YourQild Wornu?
Most children rln. A Huatad. Furred
Tongue Strong Breath; Stomach
rains; UlrclesuoderlEyes; rale, sal
low Complexion: Nervous. Fretful;
Grlndlnir nr Teeth: Tnsslnir In Kleer;
Peculiar Dreams-inv one of Iheso
Indicate Guild bas Worm. Get a box
Klckapnn Worm Killer at ooce. It
ktiiii) AieTwitrnis the cause of your
hi.iKs condiUoD. Is Lixative ana
ins Nature Ui excel t he Worms. up-
pllcd lo candy form. Easy for children
to take. iL.c at vntir l)mi?irlst. Adv.