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I -A: POUND OF SATISFACTION IS WORTH A ::
J TON OF
Our values in clothing and
ACKNOWLEDGED .LEADERS OF FASHION.
MARX BROS. & HESS.
The Store That Makes Good
-H-l-M-M IM-M I 1 1
Clqvoland, March 18 Hogs 2,500:
Co lower; heavies ami mediums 710'iu
7.15J mixed, lights and yot Iters 7.20s
Cattle 33 curs; steady to shade low
Hhpep. and Iambs 12 cars; 7.75 top.
Calved 5.50; 9 top.
IOUISVIMVK MVI3 STOCK.
Louisville, K, March IS. Catllo
Ilpc-lptu 0.10; 2fZ7.
Hogs Ilccolptn C.O00; lfj'7.10.
NF.W YOIUC lMlonL'CIJ.
New York, March 18. 'Flour Dul;
I'prk Firm, 17.25 tfJU 7.75.
Lar)j iFlrtn, 0.2G9.3G.
Sugar Itaw, quiet; Ccntrifugrtls, 9ti
test; 4.52; muscovado, 80 to-t,' 4.p;
l.cllned, qMldt: cut .tonf C.fiO; cnuAh'rd
6.40; ipowdcrad! 5.70(3G.S0; granulated
CofTcc Itto Cs'o. 7 on tho spot 14
'Tallow Quiet; city 0; country 5 3-1
illny Firm; prtmo 1.37 1-2; No. 3
' lJlOCTI.lfi: clover U10ff?)1.25.
Dressed poultry Qu kit; turkeys 12
0-l; iohUck?nn 16. 1 .1-2; fowls 10
i fiUG,,l-; ducks 14fl22.
rJjfvo poultry Dull; gcoso SfPlO;
ducks 17; fowls 10 1-2 pi 7; turkeys
15(fi)20; roostero 10 1-2; ohlckona 13.
Cheese iFIrm; stn4o imllU, oownvon
to Specials, 1Ci19; skims, common
to flpoolnls, 7 1-215.
iUuttor 'Flrm;i recolpito 4.410;
creamery extra 30; stato dairy tubs
3ft29; Imitation creamery firsts 20.
Eggs Stehdiy; reccpfa 13,149; now
by wh'Ko fiinfcy 20r27; nonrby mixed
fancy 22(0" 23 1-2; fresh first 22CT
i-SsPrvl Pl S1 iP 9M lfiwfr&lf
TCART BUFFALO IAVTC STOCK.
Knst Buffalo, N. Y., iMorch 18.
Cflt.tlPT-IU'ccrpts 2,125; market nctivo:
( prime steers 8f7fi.,l'; ibutchar grndoel
' Kft.(ffi(i.b"d; cow 3.3.'50.
Calypso-It eijcflJSiU 1,000; -market li
'lBl5'r,"5Uc lower; cull to choice G(f89.50.
Sh'ocp am Jamba Receipts 1 1.000.
"l" "'jno.Woi'hVUvo: -choice Jnmlw 7.75PS;
pull' to ifnlr 67.00; yearlings 07;
. 1 i.ibgs IlecclrV 8500; market nc
tlvc; yorkcrn 7.2,54P7.C5; -plgM 0.50;
1 1 mixed' 7J0ii)7.G5;' 'heavy 7.4 Of? 7.50 1
roughs C0G.6O; taps 5 5.50. '
' CinCAGO liTVKSTOCIC.
uGhkago, March 18. Hoga to
velpts 53,000; market slow, GfMOo
iJL-lvri; mixed und Ibutchors 0.05C93;
rViKOrti heavy G.G5flC.f')7 1-2; Tough
licavy 0(a53)C.7C; light C.000.02 1-2;
rCattlo aicteolptn 27,000; market la
utcady to 10c ijowor; beeves 5 8.75:
cowa wid (heifers 2.211 G.G0; sfcockors
nnd feeders 4 0.20; TexntiH 4.00
5,90; calves" 5.7C 8.2 5.
Shcop (ltccolptH 20.000; markot Is
steady; natives 3.7fi5.55; wttprn
4.2505.00: .laniihH, nUtlvc, 5.25W7.50;
Toledo, O., March IS. Wheit-Cah
100 1-4; May 1.01 3-8; July 1.00 1-8;
Corn-Cash C9 3-4; Mny 72; July 72
Oats-Qqsh' 1-1; Mny, 55 3-8; July 50
3-4; Scptomljcr 43 3-4. 4
Clovortccd.itf Cash nndMurch 13.60;
E-AjlrtlCiiaj(W. 2, i3,,; No. 3, 12.00:
m rejcctcil 12.C0. , .' '
. Aakiurimi nnil Mnrrli 1S.1M l-'i
i Timothy CaMi nnd Muroh 7.07 1-2.
, Diitter, eggs and hny-Unohaugwl.
A CHICAGO GRAIN.-
Chicago, March 18. Wheat May u
1-4; July up 1-8. .
Corn May up 1 1-8; July up 3-1.
QnU May up 1-1; Ju;y unchanged.
"Wheat May open 1.01 3-8, closo 1.01
C-8; July open OS, clono OS 1-8.
Corn Mny opon. C'J 1-2, closo 70 5-8;
July open 70 1-4, clo30 71.
Oatif Miiy opon 62 1-2, oloso 52 3-1;
July oppn 48 3-4, closo 48 3-4.
Pork Mny open 10.00, closo 10.20;
July opon 10.30, closo 18.15.
I.ard Muy open 0,40, closo 0.17; July
open 0,67, closo 0.C7.
nibs May opon 8.97, closo 0.03; July
open 0.07, closo 0.15.
rrrrsBUKo ijivn ptock.
rittslnirg, l'a., March 18-Cutllo
Itccolpts 115 cnrlonds; markot 15o Jilgh
cr; cholco.7.808.15; good 0.757.30;
fiiir 5.25Q0.10; veal calves 8,500.
Bhcop and lambs Hecolpta 15 douolc
decks; mnrkot 15o higher; prlmo
wothorp 5.706; good mlxod 5.25iff5.C5:
folr mixed 4.5005.15; spring lambs 5
Hogs Receipts doufjlcdccks; mnrkot
10c lowor; iprlmo heavy hogs 7.45;
mcdliims 7.45; heavy yorkors 7.45; light
yoi kefs '050007.20; pigs &no.50; roughs
000.40; stags 505.60.
Cut Rate Meat Market
122 East Center Street
grant and true to nuiiio, nnd nppcnl
-H-H-t-i-N-t-H-t-ii 1 1 i V ' 1 1 1 1- k
furnishings do most of '
HI Mill-Mil-! M-1-I-H-l-M 1-H-l H
IjOC'Mj GIUIN MAUKI71'.
Wli eat . . . ,91
AN ITALIC-AMERICAN RECEIPT
EnK'D dn prlza Imby, lcotla Jqoml
Lookn, niPCHtn, w'nt you thcenka
Hero's da ccd Hctnllnn,
Wenvcot grow renin n man,
Weell bo gooitn 'Slerlcnn.
Novra was n kccil moro fnt.
How you o'poso bo como by dnt7
Mebbo bo you lliccnk eot'11 mcclk
Mnlt' hecs 'r.ccn vo oof llko scclk.
Mcbbe, too, you tbrcnlc cct'o moat
Mnk' hcom rolltl. Not n. beet!
No boocIi 'Marlcnnu food
Kva mnlt' n kecd 30 good.
Kef you gottii bnby too
1 wcoll till you w'nt you do.
Hero ecs grim' "receipt" for yout
Aska for "Kotnll.in Bp.iRKhnt';'"
Hut, ccf you enn no ruy'mombrn dnt,
'Mcrlcnna word for oct ccs "noodle."
Eo you no format, panto cot cen your hat
"Noodle," "noodlo," "noodle!"
Dero you gotta food'II
Mnk' your babies bceg nn ntrong an' fat
Look, da prlr.a baby, lcctla Jccml
Vnk' beoin, mcestcr; tnk' nn' fccla hocm.
Ueo beem -nillln' nt you dcro.
Wntn for you look so scara
Wcclh your noso up ccn da nlr? '
You need no be 'frald, my frand,
At no mnnlla "Dlackn Unnda."
Dirty? Mebbo so. but dirt
On da outal' don'ta hurt.
Som'tlmcs cct ccs Rood, you know,
So da leotla plants can grow.
Only klnda dlrta dat can
Spoil da 'Mcrlcnna man
Ecs da kind da workea ccn,
Deep, deep, ondrancat' da skecn.
Not mooch fenr for dat so long
Wo can keep da babies strong.
80 I sccng my lcctla song:
Aka for "Ectallnn spagghat';"
But, cof you no reymembrn dnt,
'Mcrlcann word for cet ccn "noodlo."
So you no foreat, panto cot ccn your hat
"Noodlo," "noodle." "noodle!"
Dero you gotta food'II
Mali' your babies beeg an' strong nn' fat
Catholic Standard nnd Times.
"Look Iicro," snlil' tlip fdthcr, "every
pnpo of your book Is covered with An
ger prints." . (
"It's nn ncchlcnt," replied tho young
''Vi'oll, It Is somo relief to hear tlinr.
Tlicro lmvo been so mimy clmnges In
lmndwrllliiB that I wns nfrnlil tliey
hnd decided to lunka n clean sweep
nnd subntltuto tho Hcrtlllon system."
Johnnlg Auntie, my 'ryclldn .won't
fitnml up nnv lmjpir. .Inurnnl Amu
BMUt. , ' "
, i 1 "-'- t
It wnn 11 dnjl: morning nn(l..Mr. Dor -
kins waa grophig iiroimd In the bnsc
luunj, whon tioujoboily suddenly Ilaiilicd
n durk lniiloni mi him. Mccluiulcnlly
lie throw up hU) Imnd 1. "I'm the kuh
meter liwihivtor," e.'.pl iliicil the Intiud
or, v.-huieupou Mr. Dorkin.i held bin
linnila up still higher.- Chicago Trib
AiJ4-3xjjv,l4x'J i t-'s-lM
? Advlco to Youth.
Tim on-lost way to ticqtilra 11
fortuuo Is to Inherit It from
& your fiiluor.-Oninlm Wotld-ller-
On Ooeond Thounht.
"You know," snltl tho Clilnoso plit
Jpsoplior. "that our nation it-nlly in
voiifd Rtinpowilor." ' ""
"l'cs." ruplloil tlio court ofllelul. "nnd
wlion I seo the trouble wo nro Imvlng two sucowsX ul oloctlons, being roturn
I enn't help tliluitJns; t wns rather od as bin own ucco.s9or iby 100,000
foolish of us." Washington Star.
True to Typo,
"Spo lliose two children!" rxclntuwl
tlio Now ICugliiud iiintliur. "Wlmt In
the world are they doing"'
"fiwiippll'iR hni-ses out of tlielr Noah's,
arks," tlio father reported, after In
vestluatliiB. Ilullalo Uxpro.isj.
Tenchcr Tommlo, wlmt la tho fu
ture of "I giver
Tho liiuly or Miss who Is particular
, duds in tills block of ldgli grudo pcr-
finiies, a lino of oilora thnt nro fra
t0 her sense of refinement.
THE MARION DAILY
E OFF OF IMF
Fivo Dollars For Each Dol
lar of Revenue
Coluinuun, O., Mnrch 18. Tho ptvs
cut tariff law raises rtbout $33d.000.
000 a year whMi ooa Into tho irons
ury of tho United Mtatcw. It Iji cwtl
matod by statisticians thnt ovory tlmo
ono tfbllar goes Imlo llio tronaury of
tha United Btntot under tho Hilgh ipro
iccllvo sywom nUnut $6 goos Into tho
TiockotM of tho tarirt anirona. If thnt
1o true1, tilion tho high prutecllvo j
tom ooslii tho ipooiplo of tho tTntteil
Klntoa nlbuu't ono billion und a hnlf n
It Im a groj outrrtgo upon tho tax
payers if tho land. Tho DamoeniUo
tlioorj' 1, nnd nlwiiys ihim becii, that
In udjuptlng tho tnrlff In order to raise
tho rovomio, tho hlghcBt ratea ought
to bo lovlcd on luxiirlm, tho lowrwt or
nono nt nil on 'tho )iorltp of ft.,
nnd thnt In prmteoly tho kind of bllh
on tariff tho DomncrtulH will pant when
Mioy got poMsoHSlon or tho AVhfto
il louse, tho sonalo and houw of rep
roBontutlvcn nt tho snmn ttme.
In tho Unrted Htmtiwwlth Ita-hangc-nhlo
cllmiito, wwolon hlnnltpl und
Clnlhlng nro mbsolu'toly nefewnrv to
iJomfort and to lionlth. Tho rlih nti,l
IIiq poor nllko must havo Wh-ih, and !
vnt' ,111 Jitii.1.,u ..,.. f . .. . . I
jw .... i.,..,..,.r,r. iiiiiu iuui imig MIIUOll
nt over 40 ccniH iper 'pound liho nilca
of tho Pinyiw-Akhlclt 'bill nTo 33 cunts
par pound upeclile (phin fiO iter cont.
nd valorem. Worked out Into ml aii
lorom rmto3thcy nmouiitcd In 1001 to
, tnx of 1S2 1-2 per cont
To mnko It atlll plnlnor, Avhoit you
go Into a store nnd buy n (blanket .for
$i!.K 1-2, ono dollar Is whnttlio bl.in
hot I worth.; tlm oIIict $1.82 1-2 is
wlmt you pay for the 'privilege of
paying a dollar for a blanket that la
only worth a dollnr.
In 1007 Ifhoro wnn fmjnrtcd Into U10
Unltckll Hlatcn only $10.20 worth of
thnt ort of bankets, mi whloli tho
govornmoat collected i tnrirt or $00.
53. Tho riitoH nro prohMilllvo. Iur
Inp that yenr mlllloiw of dollars worth
of that sodt of blnnkctn woro 'liscd In
tho Unltod State; domeetro blnnkcls,
to itlio nluo of which wtuj added tho
tnrirr, not ono cent of whloh went Into
tho United Sln'ic treasury, a ml every
cont of whlcfli went Into tho porkoUi
of tho tnrlfT barons.
Ililo, Jt seoms, would oxplaln; In
fpnrt, why thlM country .! tjirodurlng
multl-mllllonalrea Jnstor than nny oth
er country on Mio globe.
Stato School Commissioner iMIHer,
jWho along with othen Donrocnitlc
stato officers, ihna ibecn striving to
moke, this admlnrstrntlon a model of
offlcloncy, la preparing a mow couro
of study for tho rural cchonw of Ohio.
A year n'go, there wiu) a snovomant for
audi a course, "but It resulted In a
wiiinll curriculum thuitlias hot answer
ed the "pilnposo for which It wua ln-
The 'Mlllor eodo will go Into detnils
nnd wjll ombrnco -not only auolcwta,
but will glvo toxt 'bookK and mothodn
of tctibhlng so tlint UntJ: ruction will ibo
onsJoa ImiNirtcnl nnd received. Uoth
tho teacliurs and ipuplltj will bo bono-
Knoli year ono-rourth of tho low-born
in tho country schools nro now
nnd conewpion'tly Inoxpcirloncod, m
thnt Jiorouiftcr they will 1io rcJlovadi iI
ono difficult tnslt.
Tho spooWies of nil ultrki-prugrew-
Hlvo lendora ibeforo tilio constitutional
convejitloh, Oolonolx Uirynn'n and
Itooscvd't's among thom, nil glvo ad
ditional testimony that tho ndmlu
iHtnitlon of Governor 'Harmon Hum
been nwio eminent 'Am1 Wj domftructlvo
nnd progressive roforniH.
llniunou luis actually Irtul oiKictod
Inlo laus, most of tho 'prlnetidoM theso
Il .rogrcfwlveH i.y should Ibo adopted.
JicprvMMitnUVo JJonionii of the
rourteonth congrusBlonal dlistrlot mot
in Mnnsllelil Tuosdny oflornoon, ux
proseuil Itihulr npprovoil of it ho tulmhi.
Jslnitfon mf Governor Ularnuin, ..-nit
forth, a list of tho constructive nnd
progrcwslvo ilcglatloii ho 'has Hoanrml
J"or tho peoplo of Ohio und hold dt in
n receru unni nu novw ucop avcelluu
by nny governor.
'A roHpliU'lou offered by Solicitor
It, Y. McCniy. of MuiiHllehl. and wJiloli
Woa unanimously iidoptoil. rduU In
part: "Wo, tho l)om'ocrn4M vC 'tho
I'nrtoenU ron'grrtwlonnl tilskrlut and
nn roprosontntlvcM of tiho centml ox
ceutivo, coTigresfllVuial nnd JuHUclnl
comnilltccti of tho jicvcnit couutlos
compoBlng wnld dlMrfcl of Ohio, horc
by upprovo and commend Uunidinln
liitrutlon (rf GovonVnr llartnon, bo
vnuso his oamiriulgn 'piwnlson nnd tho
platform doolnratlonn lmvo boon ful
Jlllctl by oxaoutlvo nd leglslutlvo per
formance, Mo that wo (dmlloiiigo com
purlson with any provloun admlnlslni
tlon of olthor political 'party In Ohio
"Ho .bus pluood a prmulum on ili'mn
cty 4ind efflclon'cy In iiUbllc offlco. llo
Iium placod tho frovormmli1p upon 11
now plnno of dignity nnid' liWportan'cH;
ho Iium nttnioted tho nttontiou of tho
ontlro nation nd an oxaoutlvo hy iui
i.honeot, olTlolont, fonrlowH nnd InmlnoiM-
Un'an'rt ndmlnlstmtloa xit publlo uffiilr,
Ho ha.M rodocmod tho ntnto of Ohm 'by
majority, ns a trlbuto to his wlso dis
commend, pahwtaklnr caro, cournto
and fidelity to alio poo,plo In tho dhf
tohnrgo of tho great duties cntruKtQil
to him, so thnt nt tlio lunt etuto con
volition ho wtis unanimously endorsed
by itlio idulirrii'toH na Ohlo"W candidate
for tho Uopiocrutlo nomination for
In .lt 'Iswuo oif 'Moroh Hi, a Cln
olnnatl Kmtulror odltoriul li rofor
r(ng to a recent speech 'by Senator
roimorono excorifitl'iR 'ItOpuibUcnn nt
torney generals ifor tho nren-dhfoitce-mont
of anti-trust lws, Itho following
Btatoniont was mado:
"IMio feonator can not fairly and
logl'cally attack llopubllcnn attoiincy
igcnentls for pot 'destroying trust) und
then exouso or apologize for, tmstuln
or defond Domocnutle uttornoy gou
oral for a etlll woro dlHinnl and In
glorious failure to do so.
"Tho redonl of JtL ondldato for
president whllo alttorncy goneral of
MIRKOR, MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1912.
tho Unite tJUUcs tiliowa no trusts dc
Ooniparo this statement iby Joilm It.
McLean, ownor of tho Nnnitlrcr, miade
whJb lila mind Is embSMcrod iby tho
mdmory of (polltlcvi mmbltlons rllfled
po into as 1911, inot by tho Minn ho is
Jlglntln'ff, -but 1y Win pnopio -through
mm in tho Knquirer Dec. 30, 1007.
Lni-ir juiui.-ouuiin.ivp-, vnui nvhnt mc
Then Itho Ht(pg of a ipfifliipnl ,lofoat
.. - --.. WV ,VV..
rtlil .not Inspire Ais statement whloh
rends: "Tho aron. Jim-an, Harmon,
our townsman, who hns a rdcord In
Avhloh H10 peoplo of Ihib, tho stato of
his nntlviyl'tnko nibldJng pride, null
who hna ti flaVlom romn-iX In imitortniit
fwlernl .poBl'tlons, h.is been the wnbleet
of fretiticrtt "oobiinciHiiiiory aHusionit
In th'is ipapor .In ronnection with tho
prlnctpnl honVir itf the country. A a
JawTor In public ami prlvnto practice,
113 judge of tho common iplcns and su
perior courP, nn attorney ganflral r'f
tho Umltcxl.Htatis as a publicist nnd
n ipubllo epenker, nnd ns n slralgh
rtway tb.on nnd commnmlor lit tho
Kcnonnl ocloly of miin, lie m a lender
nnul originator, atiili not n, i.for -man
lini ibee-n .born In llm lust 02 yonrs.
AVmii hhn nh the. Demoerntlc lender
libero would 1k nothing to defend, but
on tho contrary cver thing to oxploVi
nmi dnro tno enemv to mr-ot, foot to
foot nnd Idrtdo to iljlrtde."
Oavornor llnrmn mndo his record
ns nttonioy gortornt nf tho
StntoM and retired from offlco boforo
Jwhn U. 'StW.oan mn lie tho nbnvo Jlato-
ment, ti Mint he Ins dnno iinthlni: of-
llclnlly, ns attorney oneml, ntln'.Q Hint
would bo a cause Ur thte suddon
T3IK DUATNAaii CONQUKfiS
Ohlcugo, Murch IS. Krtort to brltnr
tinjout nnsionai paternalism In, tho'
drnlnugo and reclnmntlon of tho
mvninp lands In the United Slates ns
proposed Is dtclulm-d by Kdimund T.
;rorklns noting president of thu Niw'K0t crcuturos, must, by tho necessity
uonai wrninngo congress, in a loiter 0f nature, bo partial. What ho knows,
ho has wrltton to prcaldont Taft Irir iB nothing as compared to knowledge.
vitlng fho chief executive to nttond ftnll 8un wg yvWx (ho nknownblc.
tho next mooting of tho organlm-j..u-no ,,v sonrci,nK. can nmi olll aoa?"
Ion nt Ncav Orleans. April 10 -to 13.nov. M1Ios then spoko of tho many
lis letter Is slgniilcant from tl o foot-,, , lmturo whIh tno ,njnd of
umi .r. roniiiiB i"r years wns mo
?r.B "L? rcolamatlon service.
."Tho National Drainage Congress
wns organized In Chicago. Docombor.i
inn. in .inni,..ni .1.-. ...ki, t ,..'
Irrlgatlon Congress and accomplish
.tho rcolamatlon of our swamp and
ovorilow hinds ns the Irrigation Con -
cros JinM nreomnii.iiPii M,n irriiinn
of tho arid lands of the West.
"Tho prosont effort of tho dmlnngo
congress Is to obtain tho crcntlon
of a national commission which shnll '" tl'&t which is sinful. A partial
moko survoys nnd estimates of cost,1rowlcl,B Qt our moral condition, of
nnd work out a comprohenslvo plnn "" menns of God nnd tho moans ot
of nntlonnl reclamation In connection redemption, when a full knowledge of
with tho sovornl states. This; does, these things Is attainable, Is a sli.
not moan that the govornmont sliall Ignoranco of Christ In n land of
'bo Involved In tho reclnmntlon' of.Wbles nnd rollRlon is a sin of no or-
theso mvnmp lands ns It Is In the re
clamatlon of tho arid lands.
"C'orrcitpondonco nnd personal dis
cussion with the most Influential and
clearest ncnueu men of tho country
..,-,.. . .., ,.,,, ,,o uU,aviiuiuio
any plnn or-sohcine which contomplnt-
os thnt tho National govornmont shall
do the dotall,work of this swamp
land reclamation, and undertakes to
got its money pack through n charge
upon tho land, it Is my belief
that the govornmont may within tho
constitution rogulnto tho How of the
nnvlgnblo rlvors of tho country nnd
so prevent llopds and droughts and
iprotoct nil lands from overflow, nnd
opon out tho great channels neces
sary t,( carry tho-''waters from tho
drnlned districts awny from tho ro
clalmod land so ns to prevent Its back
ing up und Hooding1 these lands.
"In other words tho question
whether or not, tho prlvnto lands In
tildo of Improvements that aro con
lamiplated, will bo Improved or'bono
illtted, In not tho (picstlon with which
tho lintlonul govornmont Is coiicornod
nt nil; hi f.ict. In n broad wny, Im
provements aro mndo with tho expec
tation nnd liopo thnt adjoining prop
erty will bo improved. Kvory Internal
Improvement in tho country on lovees
or ennuis necessarily governs
value of private proporty, and thnt
Is tho reason why It should bo dono
rather tli.iu why- It should not bo
done, und tho govornmont gets In re-
turn from liim-uud prosperity of tlio
country at urge, nun the general nil-i
vnuco 1.1 tut' pmiiiu ueiuiii una 1110
Improvement of our nuylgnlilo , wat-
"Tho penplo of Now GrlbniiB nro
working with ontbiislnm to make this
mongresH u grout siiccohh In point ot
nttondnucu and work ."done. They ex
pect 10,000 dologatas In attendance.
I foid condent that wo will havo n
congress of gront lmportnnco to tho!
south nnd to tho ontlro country, und,
tho keenest political Interest to tho
Mississippi Valley mid thu Gulf nnd
Atlantic Coast states."
"Do you llko dogs'" imked tho owner
of a tompoiwiiontnl lei Her.
"Sense me," lopDcd Mr. Krastui
Pinkley. "but tny 'pinion 'bout dogs
dooHii' 'pear to niiiltii any dllt'renco.
What I wniit.s to know Is how dat dm;
fools towards fojku." Washington
Ono of Two Topics.
"Are those women gulTriiKottoa?"
"What do you suppose they'ro tnlUIng
nhout bo enrnell,v?'.;
"It's ono ot two tilings, millinery or
politics."- Detroit I'rce Press.
Improved by Ago,
"nut don't you think tho earl Is rath
er too old for your daughter?"
"Not n bit of It. Tim older tho hot
ter, I'vo seen some pld carls who
were rather decent." Judge's Library.
Maude I'vo something to tell you.
I'm engaged to Jaclc.
EthoK-I nm not surprised. Jack
nover could say "No." Boston Tran
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IteV. 1). X. Ifclly, Dcllvcm nn Kloquciit
.Discourse on U'c Subject of "Tho
rceil1 lirl. Tells or tlio Three
(J rent l'n rabies.
Itov. J. "W. Mllea preached an elo
quent sermon on tho subject "Partial
knowlodco." nt tho cvonlnK sorvlco
!hold at tho United Urcthron church,
Ho took for his toxt, tho words
found In tho ninth nnd tenth verses of
tho thirteenth chapter of first Corln
thlnns: "Kor wo know In part and
Wo prophesy In part. Hut when thnt
which Is tmiTnct Iiiik come, thnt which
) In part shall 1 dono away." Itov.
Mllc-u bncan his Rornidn. bv dlvldlnirl
bis subject Into four patts. "The first
kind of partial knowledge," ho said,
is ono that Is necessary
Tim knnwlmlen of thi lilcbest lntnlll.
nmn ,tf not al)lo td mhom,
..m goco,)(, I(,m, ()f ,
II HU CUblfllVI HM1U . ('Ill VIIVI fU.'-
ledgo' Is that which Is a calamity.
, ""' " ""- "
cnlnnilty, on the contrary, It Is a bonc-
Our nccoesnry Ignoranco Is not n
' ?"'. r f true ethics, of
'c 't,cnl economy, or agriculture, of
rUlC8 ot lloaU1'. n condition Tf truo
'rollglon, entails IncolciUnblo Ignorance.
Ignoranco of theso things Is tho night,
the winter of tho Intellect.
Tho third kind of partial knowledge
dlntiry helnoiisncss. It Iti n calamity
to tho lioathpn and d crlmo to us.
Tho fourth kind of partial know
lodge, Is that which Is bcpplicial.; That
Hs our Ignoranco of tho future, rWerc
mo mo wnoio pr. our life .10 uo sjronU
cut beforo us. with all .Its trials and
tribulations, lifo would 'bo intolerable.
It is mprcy thnt bath. .woven the veil
which hides our future from us:
At AVc.Moy Church.
, Itov. D. N. Kelly of tlio "Wesley
'Mothodlst church, preached the fol
lowing sormon nt tlio Sunday morn
Ing service, on tho subjoct ot ' "Tho
I'corlbrfa' Ponrl." "
u'lio toxt was ono Of, a scries of
parables describing tho kingdohf. Tho
Ilrst pnrablo describes tho kingdom as
a treasure hid in a Hold. When a man
discovered tho troasuro ho bought tho
field. Tlio second tolls of a merchant
who was scoklng tho best poarls, and
finding on0 of groat value, sold all
and bought' It. Tho third Is that of
tho llrsherman who oast tho not and
brought It In full of fish.
Tho UPblo uses tho most np-to-dnto
mothod of tonchlng, namoly, tho ob
lect method. Iiwo trruat lessons nf
rintlonco In ttuiirln l,v .Trtb. I.'nllli l,v
Abraham, lovo and devotion by Huth.
ni,u .i,rn t,,m.i,inS u-r. it,-
.j.hnses of, tho klngdpm.
Tilu jxl touches that tho kingdom
r ,11,0 dhrlst of the kingdom is of
surtlciupt worth that It' pays to; seek
Him apd If necessary to soil all In
order to possess Him.
Tj)o 'thing of llfo that nro of grent
ost vuliio nro t'loso that havo lukon
tho grontost porsonal olTort. All llfo
proves U''a- I'l 'bo roaim of litem
turo effort counts for much. Wo do
not dony literary mon talent pr ijonlus
yot tholr grim tost genius was that of
hard work. Artlstlo tnsto Is dovoloped
by hard work. Tho scionlint Is 11 mnn
of effort. Tho grcnt sctoutlllo ills
covers have spent tholr lifo blood per
fecting tholr work. Tho mnn who
discovered tho process by whloh por
celain Is mndo, spont days without
sloop and food. Ho oven used his fur
niture tn keep up tho tiro In tho fur
noco. Character Is no oxcaptlon to
this rule. It Is not tho result of a
momonlnry ocstacy, but ot hard offort.
A squash Is matured In a few weoks,
a giant oalc In conturlos. It Is a long
road from tho mnn In tho guttor to
tho porfoct pillar In tho temple of
God. Kvun tho song of God was
mndo iKtnfoot through suffering,
Thoro nro throo facts evident In tho
Christ, Personality, power nnd pro
imlso. Personality Is that wldo Indes-
ferrbablt) something thnt differentiates
ono from th0 otnor. It makes indi
viduality. A man without a person
ality is a sort of machine Ileal per
sonality Is attractive. It attracts by
Its silent force, If the rays of thd
mm' could bo centered upon tho enrth
they would lift a pinto of Iron that
covorod, tho earth surface, 240 foot
thick, to n height of ono mllo, thus
wJth Christ: "I, ir I bo lifted up from
tho earth will draw nil mon unto
mo." Ills power Is ovorywhoro ovl
dont. Evil spirits woro driven out.
Mon woro lifted out of lives ot bladk
iioss Into snow whlto purity. Ho mado
superior promises and all ot tneso Ho
ably and willingly performed.
Possessing Him Is tho basis of true
trrenltnnss, nnd truo hmpplndas. All
el8o are but shadows. When tho brass
nnd glass of earth shall bo no moro
and sun, moon and stars cease to
shlno, nlld tho onrth shall moll with
j with frovont hoat, tho peerless Poari
nnd those who possess It ahaH shlno
on Burpasslng tho brightness of tho
sun In tho (imminent, forever nnd
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Eloquent Sermon Delliorcd.
Itov. C. It. Havlghurst delivered one
of tho mtost eloquent nnd forceful
missionary eennoim which hns ever
been heard In Marlon, at tho Sunday
morning service at Kpworth Metho
Tho minister took for ihbi liext the
words found In Mntthow, sixteenth
chaipter nnd third verso, "Can yo not
illBcern tho slgnH of the times?" Ills
mibjoct was "Tho Signs of tlio Times."
Ho bognn hy calling attention to the
grant cOmngcH which nro conwtnnllv
occurring Hit tlio world's JiKstory, In
tho religious, tho scientific and the
intellectual world, aio spoko of the
great improvement which iluuj been
mndo nloiitf the lines of travel. Tho
llrst trolley cor was run in Holom In
tho your 1888, and only a few years
before that Ulnio people hnd f-offed
at 'tho Idea, of traveling Iby olcctrlc-lty.
Today wo mnrvei int tho Hc'lertco of
wireless tolography, and only a feiv
yoora ngo It seemed nlmoot mlrne.u
Jous that oonversntion could ho car
ried on by tolopihono. "When I wns
a iboy," Itov. Havlghurst mid, "my
fnthcr onco (sniiJI thaic eomqi, day we
rhoUId oo mon flying through, the
nlr. Wo laughed at tho Idea, and
thought sucrti a thing 1mpoMblo." The
epenkor then mentioned tho pregrcp
which 'hns boon 'made along govern
mental llucH. Only a few years ago,
China, Kuasln. and Turkey woro nb
Fcluto" monarohrt. Now, Ituwla nnd
Turkey (havo changed, and China is
oven today In tho wtorm nnd struggle
of an overthrow of Ithte form cf gov
ernment. Bvorj'Wherc, the faco of tho
world is ohnnglirg, Intellectually, po
litically and splritunlly, nmli Is gnul
uelly pointing tho way to tho murvol-
ous triumph of tho goipol. At tho
closo of tho service, a missionary col
lection was taken which was unusual
At. tho ovonins service thirteen peo
ple woro admitted to church rnombor
shlp. MILADY GOES AWAY.
TMfOW. donjt f.u-RQ tlio en
11 his meat Is on ll'.o shelf
,1 .fresh water. Seo K'a"
cat,, inv dear;
shelf. Give Dick
I'll clear. Bo
.careful of yourself. 15o sure to lock
tho cellar door beforo you leave tlio
Iioufc. G6 all around and look things
o'er; sec It there 13 a mpuso In nny of
tho traps I'vo sot. Don't lot'the fur-
nnco go too fast. Tho plpo Is apt to
get rcdhot and burn, you know. You'd
bottor keep tlio curtains drawn tho
rugs aro apt to fade. You won't bo
homo much whllo I'm gone, so draw
(ho parlor shade, llo sure tho big
front door Is fait beforo you go down
ton n nnd fix tho furnaco flro to laBt
by banking It well down. l!o sure to
nlr tho bedroom, dear. You know tho
propor wny. I always feci a llttlo fear
vhen I am conu uwayl
llo suro to lcavo tho milk crock out. so
they can lenvo tho milk. Observe If
thoro nro trumps about or nny of their
Ilk. Mnko nil tho downstairs windows
fast, so tramps can't net inside. I
think there's bread enough to Inst; It's
that new yoast I tried. Don't let tho
tin pan overflow beneath tho Icobox,
dear. It's emptied twlco a day, you
know. I hopn I mako thnt clear. Do
careful of tho kitchen sink; don't let
tho drainpipes clog. Co suro to glvo
old Tiny u drink. Ho's such a faith
ful dog! Don't let tho water faucet
frcoao; cold v.eathcr's opt to crack tho
pipes, so watch them closely, please,
dear, untl) I got back.
And water my big fern, ploane, dear. Ita
Junt begun to grow. Do careful of tho
Jardiniere; don't lot it overflow. Don't
let tho Rotdflsh bowl go dry. Plenso
keep this on your mind. I know you've
lots to do, but try to do what I've out
lined. Don't lenvo tho windows Up too
long and let tho houso get chilled, Tho
butter mlBht got soft nnd strong, bo
keep tho Icebox filled. Don't lot tho
cat go roaming through tho front part
of tho houso, ns ho Is very apt to do If
.ho should hoar a mouso. Keep tho
piano closed, my doar. Jnno'o a good
girl, 'tis true, but when her mlztross li
not hero no tolling what eho'll do. Ho
sure to snap tho swing door lock thnt
loads Into tho hall. Don't fall to wind
tho big hall clock, nnd thoro, I think
that's nil! If Jnno goes out bo sure to
sco that sho comos in right noon.
Good by, now, dear! I think I'll bo
back homo tomorrow noon I
J. W. Foloy in New York Times.
IIo wnn n boueroleul old gent. Tho
mffin of human kindness was tinrr. of
him. From bis monocle to IiIh patent
boots ho beamed gonlallty.
It was a foggy nfternoon, nnd tho
llttlo boy upon whom tho old gent hap
pened was sobblug lustily.
i'And what's tho matter, laddlo?"
naked the ol '-ly party cheerily,
T' f 1. , ibby (lata woro rammed
lulj b . jcj, nnd ho could not speak
through his sobs.
"P-pleaso; sir," chimed In tho small
boy's companion, "wo wus n-playlug
marbles, nnd Freudio ho'sMn and lost
his glass alloy."
"Then don't cry," put In tho old
gonr. "I wouldn't cry nny moro If I
wero yuu, Hero's n penny. Go nnd
buy somo moro alleys."
"Hut b-b-but," bobbed " tho despair
ing boy, "It wns father's glass eye!"
Now York Mall.
Pomolonleal Phllotophy. T
A woman doesn't mind being X
called n pench or oven a Homo 4
& beauty, but who nmoug the fair s.
sex would want to Do called n !
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" THE WHONG CUE.
He Misted McCullough's Encouraging
WIIEN Tom Koeno took lopprtCura
through the north wes't. where
tragedy Is still tu favor, he used
to keep his company down in numbers
on account of the Jumps and tho high
railroad faron. There were various
ways of doing this, such ns by dou
bling nnd by putting n tin suit on tho
electrician now und then. Ono play
had a long cast, however, nnd (ho ad
vance ngent ,wns Instructed to pick up
jqmo local man for ono of the "bits."
Kccue arrived nt a .one night stand
and mado his way to tho theater to
meet the rccrhlt for' the fay In ques
tion, lie Introduced himself to the
manager and explained the situation.
The local dignitary said: "That ban
been arranged. Mr. Kecne. .Tones, tho
house property man. Is going to play
tho part. I'll send for him."
Jones appeared presently.'1 rienivn
ed and stretched his arm? co'atlnunlly.
putting two or three gnnci l,n., every
sentence. The part consisted, of two
lines, but on tlicm hung tho vital situ
ation of tin play, Keetio sized Jones
up for his wardrobe, then asked him
If ho was ready to rehearse. "No,"
6ald Jones. "I played the part with
McCullough twice." That seemed prom
ising, nnd JCccno was satisfied. Tho
particular sceno of the performance
came, nnd Kecne, looking Into tho
wings, saw Jonet ynwnlng nnd stretch
ing. Ho gave him the speech ftfr bis
entrance, but Jones didn't budge, llo
repeated It without success nnd then
bad to fake the scene, which fell Hat,
ruining the performance. Ivecno en mo
off the stage In n fury. "Why didn't
you come on when you saw mo wait
ing thoro?" "Didn't got my cue," said
Jones. "I gavo It to you twice." "Not
the cuo McCullough gave inc." "Y'lat
cue did bo glvo your "Cpmo on, you
Idaho sausage." Chlcngo Post.
Patronizing tho Almighty.
A diplomat at 11 dinner in Washing
ton discussed tho crown prluco of Ger
many. "IIo gives his poor father a lot of
trouble," the diplomat said, with a
frown. "Tho relchstag incident, whero
ho showed open disapproval of tho
knlscr's pollcv, is only ono of tho many
similar Incidents that tho public henrs
"A friend of mine ono winter night
wns skating with tho crown prlnco nt
St. Morltz, In tho Swiss Ungadlno. Tlio
sky glanrcd and glittered splendidly
with Its host of ftai-H. nnd my friend,
polntlug to a star of marvelous bril
" 'I wonder what star that Is?'
"'Doubtless.' said tho crown prlnco,
with n sueorlng laugh, 'It Is somo now
decoration wherowlth my fnther has
seen fit to honor tho ruler of tbo
heavens.' "Washington Star.
Human Nature Noto.
Tlio woman who gives in vvhon
sho Is wrong is generally single,
and tho man who gives in when
be Is right is generally married.
A locally famous wag of Scltuato
wns having troublo with a well la'don
team. Ono horso was pulling faith
fully, whllo tho other refused to
straighten tho traces.
"That nigh horse is n good, willing
puller," remarked n bystander.
"Oh, they nro both wlllln'," declared
tho owner. "Tho ono is wlllln' to do
all the pullln'. and the other Is wlllln'
to havo him." Boston Record.
All Have Tholr Opinion.
As yet It is undetermined which is
the worso: "Tho man who can slag
and won't, or the man who can't sin
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