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H. R. SNYDE
Foreign Advertising Manager, Frank R. Northrup
225 Fifth Ave, Now York
, Tribune DIdg., Chicago.
This ?per Receives the United Press Telegraphic
vNows Servoco and Market Report.
Rates of Subscriptions.
( Single Copy 2c
' Per Week by Carrier 10c
By Mail, Per Year '. $3.00
Semi-Weekly Mirror, Per Year $1.00
says TAiurr increases imvrii jiatv;.
Jlepresentatlve Edward Waterman Tawneend, of tlio Seventh Now Jer
sey district, the author of "Chlmntlo IFadden" and oilier stories, made his
llrat Speech in Congrats tho other day. It was on Schedule "K." To hla
friends .Mr. Townsend confessed that both tho preparation and the making
of the speech were tnk of considerable magnitude. lAa he put It, "I fooned
up for that Speech Just as 1 was going to tako an cxntn In n course- which 1
had not fceen attending." Tho result iwns a rathor novel Democratic argu
ment against high tarirt subsidies not dull, not long, and full of human
3rr. Townsend assembled facts iwhlch, he said, 'proved "that an tho
tariff rate mounts high, the living conditions of thoso wage earnors who
toll In tho protective Indus' les sink lower nnd lower." '
"If thoro Is a sinister relationship 1otwoon,tho facta" mild Hi1, Town
send, "then It Is our duty to o.xnmlno nnd to understand If It ! found, that
as tho dlvldonds increase, there Is nlso'un Increase In tho pitiful llttlo mounds
of (babies' graves, if It Is found that as tho arroganco and pride begot from
privilege grow, hopo and Joy In tho hearts of the toller's dee'ronse, then It
Is reasonable for us to inquire If these facts do not bea- certain relations
with each othor." .. ,, ,,
Mr, Townsond's Investigation lntorcsted him very much, and ho Journey
ed vtp from Washington Into New England to 3eo ir ho could verify ithu mib
stantiato his theory. Ho found, for example, that in tho null town ofj'Law
Jenco, out of every ono hundred deaths, 'fortysov'en "wcrofof children undor
Jive, years of ago, and of these, thlrly-llvo wqro.of oJlilldren.ui)dter1giiogyonr
of age; tho nvorngo for tho wholo country being twenty-sex on out or ovor
one hundred children undor flvo years of age, and nlnctoon Instead of thlrty
flvo out of ovory hundred children under one year of ago.
'Mr, Tawn?ond wont Into his own congressional district, ivvhore, as 1io
put It, the values of finished .manufactured products In 1910 exceeded $200,
,000,000. Thoro he found that of ovory ono hundred deaths, thirty-one vvoio
of children undor llo jonrs of ago Sonio ifgures compiled by Dr. Wllbor,
'who Is tho head of tho division of vital statistics in tho consus bureau, vvoro
jiscd by (Mr. Townsend with striking effect. Those llguroa show that out of
dhlrty-one causes of doath known to tho government o.vpcrts, nineteen aro
jconsldorcd as "prevcnfalblo;" and further, that In ono largo factory town
every cause of doath peculiar to OMlldren Is ulsp considered 'proventabii.
From this the nuthor of "Chlinmio IFadden" argued that the prptebtive'Marjrf
was tho real causo of the mortality ivVhtch he had discovered,
r h JUIMCTAI nnrouM.
Judg9Peck's judloml reform measure providing for tho restriction ol
( tho Jurisdiction of the supremo court In that it vvlirJragvltre .tho anient 'or
' fiv? o'f lTolstxJudgca to doclaro a legislative ftpU uncjprimuiyanai la ono cf
tho best things tho Con-Con has dono as yofjf.Th,at"'lvllJtftop tlUs, packing
.. ... .i y'n ,. fiifffl... ..'.', -.Uti-. ......
or tlio supreme court wun corporuiion
all but ono undor this moasure to do
change the circuit court to a court of
i jprftvlsidnjlidtilt ft nft Colhnvbus and
bi rrionw6rklniln .Two dlvufons of
fruits with three men ouch, 21 in all, at
Just ivhat Judge Peck
traveling hocus pocua callod the circuit
Bfeatlsfled that one body of sfx men sitting at ColumbuahSTf qourt of appeals
rcould do nil the work of all those sovon circulating court. oAt jo.ouo per
.year these six Judges of a court of 'appeals would cost the state $30,000 per
jycar and there woull be some economy in thoir operations. Thore would
Wbo saved alaout JC0.000 annually by such a shangc. Jllssourl formerly had
.two courts of appeal com'ptosod of three Judges each, ono located at Kan-
"saa City and one at St Louis. But recently they have adced a third court
located at Springfield. Howovor, there was not a very urgont nocoaslty for
Vtho latter The othor provision to give a litigant ono fair trial and that
promptly is very desirable.
the Monnnx spihit.
V Senator Cullom of Illinois after long and distinguished services as Oov-
lernor and as U S senator nas Deen
fcnlrt. nt ih. Mmna nnrl IroAii nn -w. Ith
Enynt had Hone, slncwyiepudlated Lorlmcr but Cullom went on voting to ro
lain him in the United States' Senate. Cullom was llkcjsoino jot nor $sta-
jnon who have beon retired. Ho preferred to bo "regulur" rather than to
be right, The modern spirit calls for
jlpartlsanlfm, cant bo thrown to the winds. Of course there are yet peopio
OiMgmgtd' the,,oltlfh9ilQn Jjiit'lJiey aro not leaders In modern thought and
opinion. They are reactionaries and standpatters who represent only tho
past. Wo may bo mistaken but wo do not bellovo any Standpatter can be
elected 'Presldenr'W tHe people Evon If'KUOhi should. bo nominateAJby both
' parties tho Progrojwlvesi would likely oril nlze a third party and sweCp the
f' west everything west of Ohio. That at least seoms to "bo tho logical In
terpretation of tho elections In Wisconsin, North Dakota and Ilflnols. When
Nebraska, Kansas, South (Dakota, California, Oregon and Washington vote
wo will probably got othor data whereby iwo my possibly buttress tho above
conclusion. Anyhow, It Is aafe to wiy that with "both tho old parties nomi
nating Standpatters a uell organized Progressive campaign with La Follotte,
i, Bryan and the real Progressives In the -field pushing It would carry a numbor
of states and llkoly throw tho election of tho next IPresidont Into tho House.
THE ILLINOIS PlUjrAHY.
, . It la rather difficult to understand the way Champ Clark snowod under
Woodrow Wilson In the Illinois primary Tuesday. The vllo campaign of
Blander and mhtroprosontatlon mado ngalnst 'Sir. Wilson by tho Hearst 'papors
may nave naa SOinoininB iu uo wun
ij! voter's credulity could bo no Imposed
Estate adjoining .Missouri, tho homo
$ locality, may have been (partially iresponblblo for tho great vote given Clark.
$But thot 'won't explain It all for tho forces of the tlwo men In Oklahoma and
i Kansas, two other adjoining states, were almost equally divided.
It Is nroba'bly not true that tho Sullivan forceu worked for Wilson,
Sullivan suppdrtlng a man like Wilson
Htho pressure of a difficult local situation. If tho patent leather shoo cow.
'hide boot dcmagoglOia'ppeal of the
slight tfhock to our tiellof In the averago Intelligence of tho 'people.
The Iloose.voIt victory l oaay to
Igoed io iprovo tho popularity that had generally "been attributed to tho Cdl-
. .. i ..t. .. i.n n...nt.1lnnn nni4it miiA .irlHIHnn m f .nm.ltiltK III...
OnOJ in Ultf rUlin Ui II1U tlVI'UUtlVHIl 'JJi... Alio UUU...W,, v Bwiivilllltl, 1,11V
56 votes to the Roosevelt dolegato column will revive the dropping fortunes
m of the CJolonel and spur hlrn op to renewed endeavors. It means that the
S.flght will actually ibo carried Into the Chicago convention with tho noosevelt
- torcm making tho 'play that Taft cannot bo elected If nominated. Enough
m contest? will be brought by tho Taft opposition to give the Colonel at least
S(a fighting' chanc' to mako a showing aiowaver, the Taft men will be In
ti control of tlio'prellmlnary organization and It will doubtless hold tlio bal
3,ance of powen It nearly alwaya has Whenever there has been a necessity
i The Republicans seem to bo desirous .that Col. Bryan stampede the Bal
atlwifo convention" and'Jrecebo tho nomination. If that siiould happen ho
T. would tie elect u.
jPsco in Mter M t 'hp,)renuoii
iinvyerjk u- incj -'iHWluvu "iVl l"v"1
thomBny good.ljij'rhe, prrpositlon t,o
a'ppcjals should 'braccompa'nled with
bojcOhiposoi of about ono body of
three'.men each Instead of Bjyen clr;
an unnocesar'xpopse ofnbout $60j
hasTionc aitdiSttnEYuown tho
has (lone af
. t . r.
court wo idoTCnctif.Knc-w tut nve aro
-, , ..""
aoreateu oecauso no laneu io cuiun inu
Ihn nrnrRslnn. fDfcnnt nubile sent!-
aman to bo rightj'and regularity of
u nui ll i iiuru iu ucusye my iiiiiium
upon. Of course Illinois la a wostorn
of Speaker Clark, and this matter of
being incomprehensible oven undor
Hearst forcca did tho wprk wo feel a(
explain. It was expected and simply
or wfv .j ,
THE MAHION DAI LY mSLMQ BATXyKDA, At EIL 13, 1912.
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Reforming a Boy.
MOTHEHl wrltos to nsk for ndvlco In regard to a wayward son. Sho
says she has dono all sho enn think of and la at her wits' ends. Sho
haa made tho homo attractive. Sho has pointed out tho error of his
ways and what his conduct will ultimately lead to. But none of this
lias any effect UDon him.
This mother has an oxtremoly hard problem to oolvo, an' any ono who has
had BUch an oxperlenco knows. Sho should not bo dcoolvcd about It. To
teaoh a boy of eeventoon to know nnd lovo tho good Is much harder than
to train him In It from a child up. A llttlo child, with nature' unwarped, can
bo trained to lovo tho good, If It Ib put to him la tho rlght way, and ho can
bo led Into paths of pleasantness. But when ho has ohoson his own paths,
and corrupted his mind with wrong associates, It 1b a dim cult task to mako
him boo and know tho right. '
Perhaps this advloo from ono who haa studied tho' subject may holp.
"It Is not persuasion or environment that reforms a llfo, but tho awakening
of Its own Innato energies," says this teachor.
Hero may bo holp for this mother. Lot her rouso tholr innato energies.
If cho doos not yot know what they are, lot her watch, nor son until sho
What Is It that ho does when away from homo? What Is It that ho
likes In tho associates ho chooses? What Is It that ho falls to llko In his
homo? Perhaps In theso things sho may find tho koy. Or let hor put out
sotno bait to tempt htm to do things which sho thinks ho will caro for.
Latent, dormant, ho has onorgics, which If onco aroused will swoop him
reslstlessly Into tho path of wholesome activity. Thoro Ib something ho cares
to do, If prosontcd to him in tho right way. Or thoro is sotno motlvo that
will wako him up, If It Is brought to bear upon him la tho right light. Good
Ib strongor than evil. Evil Ib after all only ignorance An active, useful llfo
can bo mado to look so good that ho wilt hunger for it
Bometlmcs a comploto chango of eceno will holp to arouse- theso latent
onerglcs. If this boy could bo removed complotoly from his present asso
ciates, and put among boys of his own age, who aro doing somothlng worth
while, not In ono lino, but In a variety of linen, do that ho would havo room
for choico, It might do him good.
But If this mother will, with tho kcon oyos of mother loro, watch him and,
study him and bco what will rouso IiIb latent cnorglen, sho will Boon find tho
key to unlock tho door to a usoful life. It Ib a much bottor way than coaxing)
or scolding. Coaxing ministers to conceit, and scolding hardens. But
awakening hla onorgics rouses tho man In him. And this Is what needs to bq
brought to llfo.
Abraham Itubf, political boss of
most Infamous municipal corruption, H
prison, ultoro ho Is serving n sentence
for tho "men higher tip" who wero benellted liy Ills crookedness.
fnHirall.v, tho posslblo motives of
tion. Ever since ho has beon In tho
to got out.'' A movoment with that ond
a storni-of ptiblle disapproval that It
friends nnd "business' associate havo refused to ''oxdrt themcolvps In his
behalf, though undoubtedly ho has appealed to men .of power nnd Influence
whom he has served In tho past. It
sufferers If ho carries out his agreement with a Saii'l?rnnr!co newspapor
to give It the comploto story of hlstsocrct operations m hen ho wns tho 'bos
of the city1. " ' 1- ' '" , i
Is lu nctuatdd by n 'de'tlre for!ievengo or ddes ho hope to obtain his
release through tho, efforts , of tho men who have reason to fear 'oxlVo'sure?
Or. wth nothing .to lose, may ho not think togaln'somethlng 'bjBlipwIng
that ho Is not the 'chief cuFprit. Prhapa he Is 'really ponltent-iand, wishes
to mako' htohement by showing San jTranclsco and 'California h6v the'yhaVo
been victimize.. In any event, If ip tells tho truthnnd nli''t:io truth ljo
will porform a, valuablo public orvIfc. lovc(vd 'fdeV.".., , , '
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TAItMING WJTII DYNAMITE. "" A ' ' '
Where tho surface soil 1s underlaid ith a 'layer of compact subsoil or
hardpan that Is Impervious to water and-Impenetrable to tho. roots of grov
Ing crop, the rnln runs olT quickly) and tho land suffers severely in tlihos
of drouth ,, ' ' l
Blowing; up With dynamlto till compact subsoil to fprm,' uhde'rgrouiid
resorvoirs has been tried with good .results, says l'arnti and 'Homo. IBoile
holoa in tho ground two to six feot;deep and from 20 to 30 feet apart at-
cording to tho naturo and compactness
80 sticks of dynamlto nro used 'pei
An ordinary two-Inch auger with a long handlo Is used and a half-pound
stick of blasting powder Is 'placed In each hole.Tho ex-piosjon ureaks tho
ground all around for a dlstanco'of'10 to 15 feet, makes an opening at tho
urfaco 8 to 10 inches In dlametor, and forma a HUbroservoIr below tho boti
torn of tho hole from three to six Teet In diameter, with tholiardpan shivered
Into fragments. The openings and holes so created should bo partially filled
with sand or gravel to keep them oponed permanently for the .surplus rain
fall. Tho work can be dono In leisure tlmo In dry weatherJ Largely In
creased crops result, The modorn method of trco planting Ja to blow u hole
for oach tree with, dynamite.
It Is unfortunate for President Taft that he Is seemingly tied up with
such men as Lorfmer, Smoot and Penrose. But Penrose, may bo ttble to
carry Pennsylvania today with tho did Quay machine. CHo Is stronger than
Lorlmer was In Illinois If (Penroso
a'bdlcatq. It Is neocraary to his cause that Penroso lipid tho old Keystone
Stato In line. With Illinois oft the reservation and Pennsylvania unlit onim
,and Neiw lork rofuslng to Instruct,
v... --I..U Mufi.u.oia ui,o
foolish habit of spending their time
any headway? AVo foar not. nspeclally whero prUea.aro offered which
arouso tho passions of gambling. But pooplo should rcktrain''(hgimielves by
moral and social considerations and keep within tho hfvv and lino of good
conduct of citizens. f
AVo hopo thore Is no Insult Intended In the statement of a Now York
library which Includes "African C-anio Trails" no am'onc. the "vvorka of
AA'lth suoh mun as Lorlmor and Stephenson about Jt Ls no wonder thoy
havo Invented machines In tho United States Treasury tokwnsh the money.
There Ib evory Indication that tho
waaningion ana viucago aro well supplied with money una 'hot air.
Every new and then tho poor fqUI
up amia me councils ol tho Republican
Tlio CpJonel will" keep on the sfump, so that If theRepublcan nomina
tion seeks hlm.lt will be sura to And him. , !' ..
t j 4 ' ;! r" '
iDomppralsJ agreo iwlth "T. It." 'that Jt would be very nnwlaq'to Te-oieot
Tafjt. ' ,' .
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. v?Q,innoosovelt. formerly tho great "I nmi" is 'beaming the famous ''I
was,'8 ' t h ' ' ' , " '"
It-is not certain today who -will
party .much less who will bo elected,
ifiw Taft la claiming to be a Progressive. He'fayora he short ballot.
JT J '
.Rain makes, tho grass grow and 'pushes along tho, gonial spring-time.
Many a married man Tias a chaperon In hla wlfo.1
Tido and Current.
. , Joy for Klda.
' IWh)lo'Iud and ma In fho flooded
dlstrlct'ortf having a tlmo of anxious
1 Worry, tlio kMa 1iavo tho jicstatic Joy
Pfniytotiliy -h6 parjpr jij the waJifii
i .I it nn r nmi in
San Fraiiclfo, during tho era of lt.i
forging thunderbolts In San Qiiontln
of fourteen years, evidently Intended
Ilucf migRcst. themselves for considera
penitentiary 'ho has been endeavoring
In vlow waa started ibut met with such
was dropped. Since then Ituof's former
is npparont that 'they -will 'be tho chief
of tho sirbsoll and hardpari About
acre, which cost 1.G0 with caps' and
falls u Pennsylvania Tuft will havo to
tho ronomlnatlon pf Taft la doubtfifl.
viDiiib- io inmojsi, women out ot tnoiior.
But will they mako
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Roosovolt headfjuartprs in Now York,
tailft nuetlon daisto Ibob Jts hoa'd
be nominated for 'President In elth
tub. 'Klyrla A'fcKram.
Hancock county, Maine, is to have
a 'plague of jnposo. Tho pesky orlttora
destroy young trees, and It's against
tho law to kill 'em. Cloveland Press,
W" " Ajrero.
'llo's tho "bravest armnn
world ", .j . . I i
......... 'r ;...'... ... n. ?t
v nv. Jin funanmirviv rAtinixpjinitrnnAinnn nn. ytiri. . nvi . b j
aloft in the wind, no matter what thej
crowa yens." (New York. Evening
What It Konllj Needs.
In view of the large number . offt
communities in which 'preparations
aro under way to defraud Mr. Roose
velt, what tho country needs la the
Injunction and not the recall. ew
Senators Who Knew Better.
TiYlllr tv.A.n'feii.. nt 1a tllt.is.la l.sla
Uluro have confessed that they weroitals,
bribed to vote for Lorlmer
flenato committee evidently
they wcro mlstakeh. Kansas Clt
Luther Burbank la said to havo dls
cov ored a eeedlcss plum. Now if he'll
lvo us n smell-less llmburger t4ind
wch his fame will havo reached ltd
s-enith. Lima News.
Vlien tho politicians asked Roooe
vclt not to mention Lorlmer out In
Illinois, the request almply had the ef
fect of "setting off tho noosovolLflro.
brand" and what tho' former president
did to tho Illlnoh senator wns n plenty.
PrcvoiitliiB ii I'miU.
Ono night nt n theater some accner
look fire and a very (pcrceptlblo odor
of burning alarmed tho spectators A
panic seemed to bo Imminent, when
nn nctor appeared on tho stage "La
dles and gontlemon," ho said, "com
poso yourselves. There la no danger."
Tho audience did not seem reassured
"Ladles and gentlemen," continued
tho comedlaiT, rising to tho ncccflsltlca
of tho occasion, "confound It all do
you think If, thoro was any dunger I'd
be hcrp7" Kansas City Star.
Tlio PniiRcr A.firr fJrlp '
Hca often In a run-down sateu
Weakness, nervousncFS, lack of nppo
tlie, energy and ambition, with IW
ordered liver hnd kidneys often follow
nn attack of 'this wretched disease.
Tho greatest heed then 'Ii Electric
Bitters, tho glorious tonic, blood .puri
fier nnU' regulator of twiinch, liver
nnd kidneys. Thousands havo proved
that ahoy wonderfully strengthen tho
norvca, build up tlio system nnd re
store to health nnd good Bplrlts nfter
an attack of grip. If sufforlng, try
them. Only CO conts. Sold and per
cct hatlsfactlon guaranltced by
MMKKMMMMWMMMKKKKKM.uncoofccd os meat, said to "be In-
MAY MARA7.IXI2S. i
X X X M i
Tpt'linU'iil Woild. ' ,
The following la a list of leading
articles for May, 1312. . . .
What Steel Plvldunda Cost Henry
M. Hyde. i t
Town Whero Trust3 'Don't i Ilule-
Churlcs Dillon. . -. ,m j
The Invlo bio Detective Charles
Frederick CliVfer.' i' '' "
HarncAlfng thb Big- Muddy-Arthtr
Chapman. ' ' (
Cheap Homes for Working Mcn
Hurry P. Pohr.
Mining for Tigers Charles Freder
ick Holder. "
If Lobsters Wcro Smaller nnd Sp'iJ
crs Largt'r-'Ddwnrd' "Blgolow. J
Waging War on 'SiVnmp Lands -
V O. Moorhond
Bats to Fight!
Breaking a Bridge
Tempting Dlsastor by1
aovernment nuns Itallroad to
Blggost Dam Reno Bache.
Healing with Drq Air Dr Alfred
Popular Sclenco and Mechanics Sup
plement. The Boon that Has Helped Mo .Most
From "St. Nicholas Leaguo" In May
I have been helped and educated by
many different books, but I bellevi
that during tho last three years, th'e
ono that has helped pie most h(s been
my bank -account book. Beforo I was
given my bank-lxiok, I spent my al
lowance heedlessly, la fact, ,f sjjent
I could not clvo mv nar.nt an a...
i curato account or what It had nil gono
So, finally, on my fourteenth birth
day, , my father gave ino n bank-book,
and ho told mo to put my allowance
(which was twenty-flvo dollars A
month) Into tho bank and draw out
Hvo dollais evory week fur all my
i pond lluics. Ho told mo to keep nn
acoumto account or every penny that
I snunt during tho week, and to ro-
com meso weekly accounts In my
At first I thought this would bo nn
awful tusk, but I noon learned to
tnko ;i'eaBuro In being wirofiil with
my nxpenso accounts, and then my
father rownrded mo for my extra
trouble by adding another five dollars
lo my legular monthly allowance.
I nm very glad now that I wns
taught to keep a bank-account, for
It certainly did succeed In making me
moro economical, and moro careful
"Tho look that has'holped me most,"
I thoiighuto myself. Upon 'which 'of
many favorite books should tho io(ce
rest? BhpuH It. Im .".Captains Coir
ugeous," "Tho Jungle Books," j.r,
ptrhups. ThmnpMin Sp.iton's stor h
onnliijalfut not a, second r.cndijis
"I tlio tltlo- changed my Ideas." ''"Tho
Victor TnlWnn' TWn '
VlbMtt AttlKing JYia- ..
ohinoa and Victor
from $10,0(1 upward. A faigo
nboilinout of ItceonCi.
o. a. WIANT
U ii 1 'i"H"i"HM"frH-l"l"H 1-1 1 44 j. j
lA.. . . ... . .......
Then what a drill In pat'ence St
Nicholas Is. For instance!
t "And they turned In tlidr stlrrupa to
mnn MtoHin.. ITnll ftnA irrn i Kln.n
"Hcavcnsl" gasped Captain Hood
They dashed back with white faces."
(To be continued.)
or words to that effect
St. Nicholas, too, always can settle
any djsputo ob to punctuation, capl
cy wcrojtfUs, -010.,, because It- always has the
But tholi'latosfln printing. ', '
decided ( All' the ' BtoHci aro good and well
A llnrvAillnit .T m bl a
lowji'l ever ,podtd get alotig Jvlhout
ittlltf b'oolc that' has h'ofped mo' most"
Almost n. Mlrnclo.
jfit)riir6t' tho anbst startllugr''changea
ever seen in nny'man, hocortflng to W.
Tl. Itnlftnlrtw. flnrrnilnii 1'nvnc -
fTecte ycarsngo In hW brother, "lie
una sucn a nrcuanii cougn," he writes,
"Ihat ail our family thought ho was
trolng Into consumption, but ho begah
ito udo ,Dr. King's New Discovery, and,
was completely cured by ten bottles.'
Now ho Is sound and well nnd weighs
18 .pounds. For tunny years our fam
ily haa used thin womloiful remedy
Tor coughs an'J colds with excellent
rehUlta." It's quick, afe, rellablo and
guarnnteed. Price HO cents and 1 00.
'lrlal bottlo freo at Taclmnon Bros.
And Also its Troubles Gath
" ored Up For Those Who
Aro Interested in the
(United Press Lnased Wire.)
Vvv JIor lllSIR'CllOII.
Washington, April 11! An emer
gency appropriation of 1,000,OOU was
askod of congress by President T,i(t
In a spoclol message thla1 aftomooii,
tho money to bo used by tho meat In
spection sorvlco In microscopic Inves
tigations to discover evidence of
trlchnlnao In hog flesh. Tho messago
says that claims nro pending ngnlns!
tho United Stntes on account of tho
death of Swiss citizens from eating
Shelbyvllle. Ind., April 13 Discov
ery was mado today that Robert Smith
a former private In tho United Statos
nrmy, w1(o has boon In Jail hero nvvalf
lng u hearing tomorrdw o,n tho cliargo
pf bigamy, had sawed his wa tq lib
erty through ono of tlio Iron plates
during tho night. Tho ipollco belleVoj
Smith hud outside aid In making Ilk
Ho Is alleged to havo two wive?, onV
hero and ono In Oklahoma.
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Washington. Anrll 12. QovernJi
mAntril 'con'struiotlOn and fHiulnment of
a thousand miie9 of railroad In Alask.f,
to open up tho territory's natural re
sources and establish a naval coal sp-j
VI tt Hn hAbnil Ih t-m lllll llllvlillinflil
Noday i,y sbnator Smith, of Michigan!
An Alaskan railroad commission
created to afd tho president In build's
lug tho line Provision la mado tot,
acquisition of existing railroads anf
tights of way by lease or condonina4
tfen. Bonds aro specified to raise th;
$1,000,000 appropriated and tho lt4
terstato oommorco commission given
povver to control operation of tho rolf
road. Stniiigo Cope.
Cincinnati, April 12. John P. Ruch,
Ji., 22, was divorced today from his
lmlf-slster, Helen Hoffmon Ruch, 21
Having been divorced, John Ruch
and his former wife still his half sis
ter, went homo together to arrange
fcr tho separation ami to discuss tho
future of their two children. In court
trey declared meir iovo lor catji uu
er. They had sought tho divorce as
tho onlywny out of the situation when
.u.. l....w.'l tl.nt ,!,.... ivni. linlf J.I4J
tcr and half bro'her. .!
"Theso two young 'peopio sun iovo
each othei4," said 'Attorney Millard
Tyrce, who represented them. J
To lAiifo Out Rompers. , J
Dca Moines, la., April 12 Iowa
coal miners In convention hero todaM
.. . .. . . rn.A J,M.J
reviveti mo iiiuvi'iiieni iu iuiw .,.n
uel Comport, prcsldont of tho A. Kj
of L., to 'with lra-w ffon tho Civlp fod-J
oration, an action slmllnr to the move
tr.ont which forced John (Jlltcholl from
Whoa tli low i Pedorntlon of Labor
ineota In June, tho miners' delegates
will olfer a resolution to Instruct tho
Hlnto's delegates to tho notional con
vontlon of tho American Federation
of Labor to light tho Civic federation
nnd fnrco liotivnnra to withdraw or
ceabo to bo president f tho union
men. Tim minors' nctlou was prac
tically unanimous, tho Socialists lead.
Ir.g tho light.
Indicted uX-TrriiHiii-i'i' Guy.
Marvsvlllo. O., Anrll 1'2. Jtobort O
Cuy, former RopuMlcan troasuror of
Union county, was Indicted uy mu
grand Jury today for alleged violation
ol tho public doposltory law A maj.
Iinum flno of 10,000 and a fecntenco
of from ono to ton years In tho pctI
toiitlary, oich or awth, la tho ponalty
Aiiproprlutlons for Navy.
Washington, April 12. Aftor agree
ir.g to uppraprlato 100.700,000 this
ear for maintenance of the navy, tbe
house naval affairs coipmltteo was
atallod today on a program for an in
crease In innored crulsora and auxlW
No battloshlpa will bo provided for,
4h0 Cpmm,JtM having ogreod L to abldo
by tho Domooratlo caucus vote
Dosplto nipproprlatlons of $680,000
for tho new Pearl harbor naval station
In Hawaii. $400,000 extra for vvlrqloss
telegraph oxtcnslpnu and additions to
tho navy of 1,000 moro sailors and
2,000 moro marines, tho appropriation
1)111 Is C05,000 undor that of last year
I'lca for Cteipeitoy,
'Denver, Col., April 12.- "Bud" Par
rott. a life 'prisoner In th stato ponl-
tentlary, camo all tho vyny from JTortl
III Mrr c. . t
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jmm 1 Yo" -siioiiiti
I CySJ I Consider
1 . The most Sanitary Finish
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x. ine cnu ni ii
T.lIt.'', Finish? "
i). Tlic finfoh Ihnl ii (hirnble
I. The one that is better than
Anlt jiajicr, halsonilnc or water
!i. The Most cconumical finish
0. Tills sallsfnctory finish called
Is sohl exclusively by us, anil
wimples of work should be cccn
lo be appreciated.
Correct color combinations for
every room inrty be had at our
Our book Common Sense
about Intcriois" should be read
by everyone intending lo decorate
Sco us beforo painting.
Collins, Colorado, today unguarded to
Jilako u- personal- nlet for clomencv
rarrounvvas 'sctfrenocd 'clcvdirydiiis
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b ir Killing ciinnes liamiail loi a
ouarral over1 a wbntnifi ,'Parr"d(t
aiii .;'Parrd(t i
llo will rcturil
so)-t4 In tilsjpardpn 'iffea
illr'eil the first shot. Mo"
llio convict roail camo near Fort
HriS. an lln-rnmn finrn. nnimnprlnil fti
...w ...,..., (.um. MV... .l,.
ijnan, wargen.or tnc 'penitentiary, has
written to the iboard urging clemency
It Looks Llko u Crlmo H
To soparato a iboy frbni a .box iof
Bucitien'a Arnica 6ahc. fills plmpTcs,
bolls, acratches, knocks, spralna tod
'bruises demaniJ Jt, and ita quick Se
ller for burns? fecnlds, or 'cut la His
right. Keep It handy for boy3, a,to
gjrls. Iais overjjthlnpr healah,le ahd
docs It quick. Unoquuled fo'r piles.
Only 25c nt Tschancn Bros. 3
SajH Ho Intciidca No Harm.
(Washington, April 13. A. man who
gave his name as Michael AVlnten, waa
arreated at tho AVhlto House early to
day aftor Iu had twice succeded In
forcing his way Into tho prlvato part
of tho oxeoutlvo mansion, AVhon
searched an ugly looking clasp knlfo
-was found In .hla pocket. It Is the
first tlmo In years that n unwelcome
visitor has succeeded in gaining en
trance to tho president's home.
The, mun claimed to do a German
subject and said he li&d applied un
ei'ccesefully to Count Von BernstoFff,
the' Gorman ambassador) f6r'a letter
of Introduction to Taft. AVhen (he
reached tlio AVhlto ijlouse horanwlft
liiy uptho steps, dashed past tho doBr
kcepor n4 for a mqinent(vvas. lostfln
tho dnrkness of tho 'hnll frbm 0io
frantically searching aihers.
A fo.v minutes nfter being cjectfcd,
tho man repeated tho ;por;formnnco
mid wis tUUon liftb curtody. AVlnfbr
gavo his rcsldcnco afc 'Baltimore, -a'o
offjecra ho protested that Jm Intendod
no harm to tho president. "
A few eholoo lota left on
Tho latest appropriations with re
gaid to aviation In Franco aro J4,-
KOO.O00 for noroplanes uml $1,600,000 for
airships. Klftccn of tho latter typo
will bo constructed, and at tho end
of 1012 It Is proposed to havo 334 aer
oplanes lu operation. At present tho
I'rench nrmy haa over two hundred.
All of our oarnings oquitably
ootweon two classoa, deposi
tors and borrowors. Tho
former receive flvo per cent
and tlio lattor pay only six
por cent. No fairer proposi
tion than this. Tho pooplo
aro behind Buildine- and
Loan Associations because
thoy now indood servo tho
THE BUCKEYE STATE
BUILDING & LOAN COM
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sets $5,500,000. Rankin
Building, 22 Weat Gay
tract, Oolumbu. Ohio.
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