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O. I. Ul CKr.ilV I Bailor aod
NNHJ R. IIUCKF.TJT f rubltebert
rich mill .
MIS SOU It
Tr. Wiley r-ay that a man stonld
not begin to crow old until he U 0
Why begin then?
raiftitimy In described n "a para
dise for men." Mttt be all latchkey
and no bargain counter.
Scientists tell us that thorfi are ev
eral specie of creature that never
aieep. The octopus la one of them.
urermami tas fewer Uinn jj.uot
inhabitants, and those who bare been
there wonder why she has so many.
An eajrtern fashion Journal rays
women are wearing larger shoes, They
are probably cumbered as iedi'.I as
The question aa to the heallhful
t! of rhinoceros steak aa an article
of food ima yet to be passed upon by
There seems to be some dispute as
to whether Mrs. Chadwirk got tnto
the clutches of the loan sharks, or
If the Princeton antl-treatlng league
Ooes establish a womon'i' auxiliary,
he doubt, that end of it will be auc
What Is this ' liquid snnnhlne" Dr.
Harper is full of? Does It make you
feel any better than the old fashioned
"The most unsatisfactory thing to
hold." remarks the Nebraska State
Journal, "!s a grudge." Ever try hold
ing a greased pig?
Ray a New York fashion Item:
-The latest wrinkle Is the invisible
eorreL" So they should be worn on
the Inside hereafter.
An effort will tow be made to End
out to what extent n.Ierobes of moral
disease Infest the money which Mr.
In Georgia a couple recently mar
ried who had never seen each other
betore. Seeing is evidently believing
altogther too much sometimes.
It Is doubtful, however, if the man
who Invents a sure cure for spring
f;ver will make a fortune out of 1L
It's 6ort of pleasant to be lary.
With Us projected new army, navy
areenals and military school!!, heathen
China will make quite a stride toward
likeness to the Christian powers.
The Manchester,. N. H.. school
board offers employment aa teachera
to eighteen matrimony proof young
women who are "man balers." Now.
Before criticising your newspaper
for what Is published therein, consult
the Dies of the editorial waste paper
basket and see what you have es
caped. A man In British Columbia, weary
ing of life, tried to stab himself with
a safety pin. His next attempt. It Is
conjectured, will be made with a boil
It is estimated that there are fifty
v ays for a young man to work his way
through college. Thus has the great
ogue of athletic opened up educa
The Richmond, Va city council may
pass an ordinance making It a misde
meanor to speak of a leg aa anything
but a limb. No, there are no ladies In
the Richmond council.
A Boston woman recently read i
paper entitled "Are We Growing Old
Gracefully?" Of course ber conclu
non was that "we" are not growing
old gracefully or otherwise.
It Is not true that Mark Twain ha
given tip the smoking habit "Why
tow can one en-oke too much." to l
wont to aay. "when there are only
twenty four hours In the day to do
It In?" 1
Prof. Wll!!ton was looking o far
Into the future when he saw a race t
blrt'n as the aticcraeor of men that
Is may hare mistaken men in flylim
machines for members of the ft-ath
The skeleton of the b'ereiit whale
ever raptured la being put In place In
the national muneum at Washington,
and heroafter people who go to the
capital to see the tlci-bant ought also
to see the whale. ,
, George Bernard Shaw thinks bache
lors should be compelled to mind th
children of their married friends. But
there la a constitutional provision in
this country prohibiting "cruel and tin
Although a mult! millionaire may
cicaflonally refer to his wealth as a
burden, be never make good by ahlft
log the burden to the shoulder of
thou philanthropists who always
ntand ready to relieve blu of Lit
Gov. Folk's remarU that the output
of the Missouri hen each year la equal
la value to the production of th ail
ver mines of C'oiorado should be ol
! Is 1 iuKieot to other stale that
bareu't aty ailver mine but tan
CAN CUT RATES
OWNERSHIP OF PANAMA ROAD TO
GIVE GOVERNMENT POWER,
GaOANIZE commission at cnce
Said That Uude Sat) Will Not
Take Advantage of This Eatra.
ordinary Condition of
WASHINGTON. Railroad rate leg
lalatlon of a draitlc nature, at least so
far aa It afreets transcontinental
business, will bo tu the power of the
gnvermcnl after Monday. Thia cl the
l'anama canal commission, will not,
however, be exerclped.
Mr. f honta and the members of the
conimJsion will go to New York Mon
day to attend the reorganization meet
ing of the Tanama railroad. On the
strength of the goverraent owner
ship of the control of the railroad they
will be members of the board of di
rectors, and Mr. Shonta will become
the president of the l'anama railroad.
In an interview Chairman Sbontv
was acked what action would be taken
at the meeting and whether new rate
schedules would be proposed, the ex
istence of which would force down
the ocmpetlng rates of trunk lines
acrose the continent.
Wont Run Opposition.
"You may say positively," satr Mr.
Shonta, "that the govermenfa owner
ship of the Panama line will In on way
affect the businesa of railroads In the
United States. The goverment baa
taken over the Fanatna railroad aa a
means of assisting In the construction
of the canal, not as an undertaking
in competition with the railroads of
"I do not think the rate at present
charged in general merchandise for
the trans Isthmian haul will be altered
The govermeut doe not propose to
run the railroad In opposition to sys
tems owned privately In the United
"The control of the line, however,
places In the hands of the government
a powerful instrument that could be
used at any time to force down trans
continental rates in case they should
become exorbitant. No such action at
present seema necessary.
Thlk statement, coming from one
who is probably closer than any one
In Washington to President Roose
velt's canal policy, apparently seta at
rest the opprehenslonh of railroad In
terest that cuU in rate on the
Uthums were contemplated. Repre
sentatives, of lines that would have
been affected have been In Washing
ton for the past two weeks, suffering
apparently from little less than a
EMBEZZLER GIVES HIMSELF UP.
Charles M. Chamberlain of Tecumseh,
LINCOLN. NEB. Charle M.
Cbamberiain, cashier of the Chamber
lain banking house at Tecumseh, Neb.,
who defaulted a few years ago, and
after getting away with about $75,000
became a fugitive, came to Lincoln
last night and spent the night here.
This morning he aent a telegram to
the aheriff at Tecumsbe and said me
wantud to give himself up. The sheriff
came to IJncoltn and took Chamber
lain back with him. He la now in Jail
In Tecumseh. He has been a wan
derer ever lnce the failure of his
bank and says he was weary of try
ing to escape the law. Mont of the
time waa spent in Cuba.
A Farmer Heir to Rich' Million.
MENOMINE. WIS. Joseph Rice, a
poor former on a small piece of land
near this city, says he baa discovered
that he Is a brother of the late William
Maria Rice, the Texaa millionaire
for whose murder Albert T. Patrick, a
New York lawyer, la cow awaiting ex
caution In Sing Sing, and that he la
the rightful heir to at least f4.0u0.b0U.
Sunstruck hoveling Snow.
GENEVA. N. Y. Herman Snyder,
who operate extensive vineyards bark
of WoodvIIle. on the hill, suffered a
sunstroke Thursday while shoveling
snowbanks, which had defied the rays
of th aun and blocked spring opera
tions. Mr. Snyder waa n-lrd with an
unconscious spell, and a Naples
phyali-Utn pronounced the symptom
those of sunstroke.
Saved From Mob.
BIRMINGHAM. ALA. Whe-n th
train laving on board John Wiillams,
who murdered State Senator R. L
Hipp, started to Cullman, Hipp 'a borne,
with the pr!oner aloard, a roob of firty
men gatthrrvd prepared to lynch Wiil
lams. The of fliers left the train and
tuok a bugy and carried William to
OSSNI.Mj. N. Y. Martin EleU. who
murdered his young wlfi at Moiiut
Vernon, paid Iho penally for hi crime
in the electric chair In Sing Sing
Train Stlred by Striker,
8T. PETEUHUI RO.- Dispatcher
from the t'auaasua paint the railway
situation there In alarming colors,
The authorities. It Is represented, are
afraid to run trains at night lest they
be wrecked. BtrlMng section bands
i. lie train and travel up and down
the Hen forcing other employee to
Street Car In Manila.
MANILA. The electric street rail
way was formally opened her Monday
A LABT MC.SSAGE.
I Will Not Telegraph ABln Before
PARIS. :s"on lm telegraph
from fcU. Pet.'inliiira to the h-lio ln
Paris that Admiral Rojeslvenaky"
IsnI telegram before leaving Nom He
was singularly Iftronlo and eloquent.
"I will not telegraph again befor the
battle. If I am beaten you will learn
It through Togo. If I defeat him I will
announce It to you.
M. IVu adds that the telegram waa
acrepted at. meaning that the Russian
eeeks victory or death.
TOKIO. That Japan I certain to
lose trading vessels and commercial
(earner of all kinds, the J1JI Shlmpo
thinks inevitable, because the Baltic
fleet la traversing the path of navigat
ion. "Nevertheless," It aay, "the enemy
will b allowed some latitude without
molestaion to It movement. Even
marauding In the open sea will be
unnoticed while the Japanese complete
their plan to catch the enemy' fleet
and in a single engagement annihil
ate Rojestvenshy' equadron. Mean
while the Japanese should bear slight
lotses of commerce with equanimity
awaiting Togo' ultimate glorious vict
ory. Japan i mouring the death of Gen
eral Viscount Torlo, a privy councillor.
and also the death of Dr. Tagusht, a
member of the house of common and
a prominent economist.
PORT SAID. EGYPT. Information
ha reached here to the effect that a
fifth division of the Russian second Pa
cific squadron nnder the command of
Vice Admiral Vessarago. composed of
the battle ship Imperator Alexander
II, Slave and Paul I, the armored cru
iser Pamyal Axova and the second
class cruUer Admiral Kornlloff, will
traverse the Sue canal In July or
IT'S THE PRESIDENT'S "SCOOP."
Roosevelt's Story to Be "Good Stuff-
Called Flynn "You Old Chump,"
GUTHERIE. OK. Governor Fer
guson, ex-Congressman Dennis Flynn
and the United States marshal. Mr.
Fosnett, returned Saturday from Fred
erick, where they met President Roose
velt. Mr. Fossett participated in one
of the wolf chases and rays the ctory
of the trip vtk never given out for
reason that President Intends to write
about the entire trip after returning
to Washington. President Roosevelt
Intends to write one big "scoop" at any
rate. One article published through
out the couuty waa written in the
President's tent He not only ap
proved the story, but took the man-
script from the correspondent added
new paragraphs In real newspaper
style. Governor Ferguson and Mr.
Flynn were assured that statehood If
certain. When Flynn and Ferguson
entered the President' train. Roonc
vclt grasped Flynn by th band, and
exclaimed: IVnnls, you old chunp.
exclaimed: "IVnnls, you old chump.
come in here," Congressman Me-
Gulre'a absence from the territory dur
ing Roosevelt' visit Is much com
mented upen by political leaders.
ART DEALERS MOBBED MORGAN.
Object Wcrth 20 Millions Offered For
Sal by Excited Italian.
ROME. J. Pierpont Morgan was lit,
eraliy mobbed by art dealer upou
his arrival at his hotel here. Art ob
jects repreenllng a value of 20 million
dollars. Including picture by Raphael,
Titian. Coceggio and other master,
were offeivd to him by the excited
agents, who blocked the passage, yell
ing, gesticulating and calling him like
a mob of maddened atock broker.
Mr. Morgan waa finally compelled to
appeal to the police to protect him
from the crowd, which once broke
through the cordon and compelled the
banker to beat a hasty retreat.
Mr. Morgan did not take kindly t
the reception he received. In truth,
he was In a bad humor, the act of
the examining magistrate from Taor
mlna In boarding hie yacht and en
deavoring to learn from the American
banker th name of the man from
whom he liought the stolen cope, hav
ingg reatly aunqyed Mr. Morgan.
Mad "Bill" Rudolph Laugh.
8T. IHM8. When "H.II" Rudolph
W(u Informed of the respite granted
him until May I, he showed more
emot'on than he has shown at any
time tno he ws flrtt placed In th
St. Isnjls Jsll.
"That stMinda good to me." he said.
"I belelv In my heart and oul that
when the time come for the govern
or to look Into my caae he will com
mute my sentence.
UTTI.E ROCK, AUK. While Eben
eier Runyan waa being Initiated by
the local lodco Knight of Pythla at
Felxt-nlhal. Ark., he was shot and I fl
uently killed, Charles Filer, an offi
cer of the lodge, was officiating at the
Initiation and It Is aald ued a revolver
which In aoine way bad la-en loaded
a'AhroiiKh It waa auppoaed to contain
blank ralrliigi .
U. P. Obey th Law.
OMAHA. Vic President and Gener
al Manager Mohler of the Union '
Iflc railroad baa issued the following
"Notice 1 hereby given that th
I'nlon Pacific Railroad company will
not accept from con ru-rt Ions for hand
ling oter It line or for witching,
loaded or empty rars that will not pans
limpvitiun in accordance with th act
of Congress know a th eaftty ap
pliance act. approved March I, 1903,
cr any amendment thereon."
EMPLOYCE3 OF SCHWARJSCHILD
A SULZBERGER HELD.
THE GOVERNMENT DETERMINED
Mn Arrested Are Charged With Im
pending Deputy Marshal In th
Discharge of Their Official
CHICAGO Four men, three ol
whom ar employe of th Schwara
srhild A Sultbcrger company and th
other an attorney for that corpora
lion, were named In an Indictment re
turned Thursday afternoon by the
grand. Jury which is Investigating the
Their arrests followed the Indict
menL The men were Joseph We!sen
bach, attorney for Schwarxschlld &
Beth S Cusey, traffic manager fot
Schwarrfcchild ft Sulzberger.
Leo 8. Joseph of New York, son ol
the vice president of Scbwarxschild
George D. Hopkins, auditor ol
It Is charged that the four men ob
tructed and Impeded the deputy mar
BhaL A. A. Bach, in hi effort to serve
a subpoena upon Edwin B. Fish,
clerk employed by the company, whe
recently returned from Canada.
The indictment promises to start wai
to the knife between the packer
Armour A Co., head of the trust, wai
declared to be leading an asrault upon
the independent Schwarxschlid Suls
berger company, being even ready tc
follow up important disclosures al
ready made by practically "turning
state' evidence" completely.
CHICAGO. Price of Beef have ad
vanced In every Important market ol
the United States.
The consumer 1 paying the advanc
price, which to him represent severa'
rents per pound over what he paid u(
to ten days ago. '
Swift it Co., Armour and Nelsot
Morris state that no tef has been cup
plied to the retail markets of Chiragc
or any other market of the county
during the last month and half except
at a loss. This, it is declared, has been
partially due to the fact that the treed
ers of stock and the handlers of range
cattle have been holding back on sup
ply until the grass of the range become
Swift A Co., speaking for the pack
Ing Interests, issued the following
"During the last six weeks the pro
dttcer of beef cattle have been recelv
Ing about a dollar advance over past
price for choice cattle. Thl simply
means that the advance to the con
sumer In prices would be about 12 on
the one half of choice cattle that rati
be ued for fixd purpose The rani;
rattle producer la the matter of tht
ARMY IN MANCHURIA.
More Japanese Troop Are Beint
Landed at Dalny. '
GCNSlUt PASS, MANCHCIUA.
The thaw ha been followed by a gait
which baa dried out the mire and t
now raising a heavy UusL It la a
Chinese slate with great pcnttve
bcs that General Kawamura'a army
upxrU,4 by General Norl'a army
is moving In a northeanterly direction
aiming to rut Russian cotnmnnlcat
Ion with Vladivostok. According tc
the same source 30.000 Japanese
landed at Dalny March 2. and It Is re
ported that all additional dlvltiioni
are, forming la Japon to or rata
gainst Vladivostok and Sakhalin.
He Eplaln th Japanese Superiority
Over th Ruaciana.
ALEXANDER CITY. ALA. Kx
Captain Richmond V. llolxon, sltlnr
up th probable outcome of the naval
battle now Imminent In the Far Fast,
said la part "From reports of tht
fliH-t I estimate that the Japanese will
poanenn an advantage In nn'terial be
tween Ih and UX per cent; tb Japan
cm In drill and morale porea an over
whelming euperi.r!ty In efficiency, I
superiority ptobably apprnarhing thni
of the American over th Kpanlards I
look for an overwhelming Japancm
Profeaaor Charged With Arwon.
FORT WOUTIC. TEX.-Prof. T. R
Dutilap. who has been vlo .r. -client
of Jarvla collepn at Thorp Springe.
Tex., has been arreted on a charge of
arson. On the nU'ht of Mnn-h 70 the
main building of the colli-re was
burned. No live were Inht, but nith
er wa there any apparent rou for
No Illlnos Road Probing.
BPRINGFIFLD. I!JL By a vote of
Cl to 21 the Illinois botiao of reprt-xm
tatlves killed the Manay re. l ition pro
vldlng for the investigation of tht Ill
inois Central railway.
Meat tip at Omaha.
OMAHA. On account of the sharp
raise made by lht packer to retailer
on price of beef th retailers have
nutdo an advance of 21 per cent, rais
Ing the price to local coiimiiners from
2i to t rents per pouud.
IVrterhouiM) steak Is now r(ailln
at ti cent a pound.
Lodge Officer Diej.
RALT1NOKU. Geueral J. F. (irnt.
graud ecretary of. tUo sovereign
grand lodge of Odd Fellow la the
L'nlUd BUtes. died Wednesday.
RIOT Of RACES
Nfyr Attack Whit Woman ant
Town I Stirred Up.
COFFKYVIIJ.R. KAH.--A the r
suit of the atiai'k by a m rtn on i
white woman hr Tuesday the towi
la on the verge of a race war. Til-
friction lit Ti-OH.-d a the day v. or.
on and midnight Wednesday found tUt
ktreela filled with armed men,
There was another gathering Wed
nesOay afternoon of the IttwIcK negn
element. Ther ate about 2t0 of thesi
hlarka and they are In an angry mood
Sheriff Prultl arrived here at noon
Klcht of the negro leadt r have Ix-i't
arrested. The situation la alarming
A negro with the reputation of i
de perado entered fire headquarter,
at S o'clock Wednesday morning. II
waa ordered to leave but refused. Th'
fire chief grabbed him and chokke
him until hd was unconscious. A num
ber of negroes tried to interfere, bu
were stopped by white men who ha
loaded guns and pistols In their hand.-
The mayor issued a proclamatloi
that neither white or black shoul
gather In bands and that none excep
officer shall carry arm. Hundred
of special officer were sworn In b;
the mayor. The white element of th
town declares that the negroes mus
leave town and that if any of then
are found armed there will be blood
Both whites and negroes took oc
casion to prepare for trouble. Tht
hardware store sold all of their fire
arm before noon.
The search for th negro who at
tacked Mrs, Griffith I carried ol
feverishly by pose. Riood hound
are in use. A good decrlption of tht
negro ha been given. He I sbr
and squat. has broad shoulders and It
coal black. It Is feared he has esrapet
from the county.
TO DOUBLE ITS ARMY.
Japan Increasing Her Force to '
Immcms 6tand;ng Army.
TOKIO. Japan is met ling the Rut
atan plan of reorg&ntxtiou and rein
forcemeni of Its Manchurian arinicj
with an extensive expedition from it
own military organization. The do
taiU and figures are carefully con
ct-aled of what seems to be a plan U
double present army units but It U re
lialiy estimated that by fail the tola
military organization will exceed
million men actually employed In thi
The fighting force I roughly est!
mated at 700,10 men, with increaw-.
largely In the Infantry and artillery It
A a result the work at the arvenab
in Japan, togeather with capture fen
purchase of guns, it I predicted tha
tbl year will see a Japanese artlller;
superior to that of th Russian, both it
number and quality. It Is confident!'
believed that the Rtt8lat will b In
caimble of overcoming thee diiarivnn:
ages. Wherever railway improvement!
are possible) they will be carried out
Then Japan will l sufficiently strum
to take and hold lUrhin and slmultan
eously continue operations afaltiM thi
Russian force to the eastward of tha
Th President Set a Faat Pace o
FREDERICK. OK. -Several wolve.
and coyotes were killed In the bun
of the presidential party elghteei
miles from here Monday, but to ta
dS. rather than the gunners, Is dui
rrvit for bagging most of the game
The party of twelve men started eail
from ramp and their starch waa re
warded within an hour by a eight o
a gray wolf. The afternoon hunt wai
more productive of reaulLa, and be
fore ramp tu rearhed at aundowr
nearly every member of the part)
boasted at least one victim.
Lrsa than aa hour was devoted t
luncheon, th President manlfestlnt
Impatience to resume th cham. A
thl time, and, in fact, throughout thi
day. Mr. Roosevelt' good physic
condition was apparent.
Colony of Catholic.
CAIRO, H J. One hundred thousand
acre of land near Bikestnn, Mo, hai
been purchased by a company header
by Arrhblkhop Glennon. of HL IjuuIs
and will L uod to local a colony o'
Catholic from New York city am
New Orleans. Another loo. 0(H) ( rr
will probably be eecurnit. The p-opt
will ire rolonised In village upon tin
purchased land. The company baa I
capital stock of fi.Oim.OijQ.
It Fame Rre Upon Hay Shipping
Ml SKtXlKi:. OK.-T.be MlmouM
Kannas A T-(aa railroad baa an
nounct-d that It mi will build a ita
tion at Big Cabin. In the Ch rokee na
lion, and that all Its trains will sto
th.ro. lilg Cabin la thu blguent ha
ahlpplng point in the territory and of
ten aa many aa t)0 tara per month art
ahlpped from here.
Mayor Well Inaugurated.
ST. I-Ol'ld The rt-ri-motilch In
attguratlng Holla Wells Into office fot
his aecond term a mayor of St. Ir.iH
were held Tuesday in the chamber o
the bouse of delegutes at a Joint metit
lug of the municipal as-m!.!y.
Mob In Madrid.
MADRID. Carrying black bannen
S.0'0 workmen made a ricmofiHtratloD
Sunday afternoon near the scene ol
yeaterday' re"rvolr ilUmtcr, In
which person were killed or In
Jured. The police on ing the flagt
were atoned by the crowd uml n.-vi-ra
On both lie wure seriously Injured.
Banker Kill Himaelf.
ROCllt:.-m:it, N. Y. Arthur Lutch
field, secretary and treasurer of th
Mechanic Havings bank, Wdneada
oaituUt4 sulcld by shooting
A trrl of Relief
St. Jacobs Oil
(Me end sure for
m u in lb g
It It tt wiedflc vrte Mntnlln hi this
wtf lfu tmmrt II rltkl W the ia spot
aad ellacu a sratupt an.
THE nSH BRAND EUCKEfl
A VALUED FRIEND
nA ae4 ntny yon ago I Wwgbt
FISH BRAND Sliclur.ao k hat pmca
valatd tntni fat sntny s stormy tyt het
mm k is tttinf mU sa4 I sitae have
toot bar. Pica ecaat aac s frire ksr "
COM P AMY. Uf .
Wet WaMWOatUag. Swk. sa4 Hats he
toaat a waa work er esan
Free Grant Land,
mi le eJEimrxtteCitv t theiwuMu .'.iaJr- ( r-i
vior to tli . x4i ; va vt.
trr to Ui ariurr.
A1nln UinH ma h tsTrh4 fmm rXl
mij iAu4 otMDpMu) mi rtvK prtcf
ill. tr . ftPUtf We Su.ri.iOK tl I VVtfJCi
yf-wvUi t CaftiA. or U 4vu' ti,n tr4 k av
ftl.wB iwrr-f. Arnn-J- ? i r-s - r oru t-v
A v'. Nioik wlwl iavaUbMM OtV. MawhmiV
4U TO Wll imMm liaAt-.l'.a. Hity aa
I tar a. knutx 1. 1 luw v.(iarf . St'T
Svaantr4 ii pf . i"-iJ - mu aaai
rua. lur Ike Mk;U rt l Wxiaf .
JCHKIhS KUSIC MOUSE. KAKMS CUT, 0L
W bra wrila4 au-bUu Ihtt p5-c.
klua aXa, A U. aim.
1'tMII-lWJIi a. BlM
Secret ef HI Succe.
"Ha be any natural gifts?"
"Well. If yon could bear the artlstlo
way ha flatter it bus you'd surely
Important tw Metn.
KxwSne ceaaCany eawry beiU ef CASTOTQA,
aaf a aad aaiw racaaaiy far telaaa aa cfatuteaa.
eaat aa Uat K
I Vat rr Ovat Vaaiw.
Ttte toaal f aa Uat JJwwya D-(U.
Every woman believe her drewsmato
er ha a hons full of handsome patcU
work quilt knd that h helps to buy.
Writ to 8. Q. Warner. O. p. and T.
A., Kaaaa City Southern Ry, Kansas
City, Mo, for Information conceralnc
rtew Governtnent Homestead. New
Colony Lorationa, Improved farm.
Mineral land. Rlrw lands, and Timber
land nd for copy of "Current Evnla'
Ruatnes Opportunities, Rlc book, IC
C S. Fruit Rook. Cheap round trln
bomeeeeker ticket on Sale first ant
third Tuesdsy of each month. The
abort Un to th "Land or fulfillment.
Too many young mon look Uhq edit
ration a a tort of loophole through
which to escape work.
Talking niachinee vti-uir and ry
nu art) the I in. I; dank aa,at, ft
Meaty. Mriu t-ly, KltftiaS' Mutia
CO., (AktAI ClTT, W0. o.(j rwcorUa la
aluik, kmt'a tl paitr.
There' nothing Quite u silly iM
dlsgurtlng to a gtrl a a young mau'a
lov for soma other glrL
A tarea a pm aa.-a k"1 Vt. tialt nia, fiaf
eeaata. 1 ka Uiw i'wu,inu, toual Ira4. lad.
A woman really think her hujl andi
t better than aliw wauia blot to think:
she tliiuka ah la.
Try rna lust once and I am aure toi
Soma again. Irtlw.nce tttarctv
There should be no ot-jwlion to a
man smoking cigarette If he I aln
and bappeua to have a grudge agalust
The Question of Trad,
The nt coming question of tha
East, when the war la over. Is the)
quehtion of trade. May not Japan b
expected to unite In opening up com
tbervial development? V want to
have a band In It. W want a voice)
In the Eaat. And to this end th po
esfclon of tb I'hlllpplne is a might
bandy thing. 1'hlladelpUia 1'rcsa.
"I nolle you never wear a watch
with your eveulog clothea." "No; 2
never hav both out at the ui tin."