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The nich HUI Tribune.
r.KO. It. IX) WELL, Publisher.
RICH HIM. MISSOl'IU.
Castles in the Air.
Weslihy American women have r-rf-ntly
taken up ballooning, and a
friendly observer Is Inspired to dilate
upon the lnexpenslvcncss of the pas
time, and then to 1M his Imagination
eonr. A fine balloon, he tas, cost
only $300, end one "sailor" can run tt,
whereas a yacht, of even an automo
bile, may easily rat up a modest for
tune evety year. This Is fact. Fancy
takes command as the author suggest
the charm of vacations spent In cap
tive balloons, or, better still. In '"kite
houses," moored anywhere from a
thousand! to 10,000 feet aboTe the sur
face, in flint pure and rarefied at
mosphere which invalids gt- far to
And. Provisions would be seit up and
letters ent down In a traxeling bas
ket; there could be telephoi.e connec
tion; and harsh sounds, unsightly
scenes and disagreeable odors would
all be ct off by distance. 'o be sure,
the nin l and the kite hojse might
take a notion to fall simultaneous?).
Then a woman who had ucended to
escajie '.he tension of bus-ness or so
ciety or family attains wuld have a
fine chance to learn whether the ex
I e rim? at had strengthened her nerves.
Hut, say the Youth's Companion,
granting that all went well above, and
granting that our women would con
sent to flee or fly their responsibili
ties, such an undertaking would prob
ably 1 hampered from elow. I'nless
the occupant of an air castle arranged
to return to earth at frequent inter
vals ber husband or sweetheart would
pet her back, even if Le had to take
the risk of climbing up the cable.
The attempt of ihe Methodist
church to make $1,000 the minimum
salary which any of Its ministers
shall receive may be followed by sim
ilar action on the part of the Congre
gationalists. The Rev. Dr. George A.
Gordon of Boston, In commentls on
the matter recently, called attention to
something which Is frequently forgot
ten, namely, that conditions of life
have changed, until now. Instead of
churches somewhere nearly equal in
financial resources, there are Bome
very rich and powerful churches, and
some very poor and weak; and what
is needed Is a general sustentation
fund which shall put the poorer
churches more nearly on a part with
the richer ones. Dr. Gordon sas,
probably with justice, that It is fast
becoming an impossibility to get self
respecting young men. even among
those who follow an ideal, to work for
such small salaries as many churches
pay, and therefore the churches suffer
from the lack of the kind of preachers
Clean sport never had more distin
guished friends and patrons than now.
President Roosevelt, ex-President
Cleveland, Dr. Henry van Dyke and
the best of the nature writers can Dsh
and hunt and give a fair account of
themselves in their relation to beasts
and fishes. At a recent convention of
anglers Dr. tan Dyke defined a true
sportsman as "a man who finds his
recreation in a fair and exciting effort
to get something that is made for hu
man use la a way that involves some
hardship, a little risk, a good deal of
skill and ability, and plenty of out-of-door
life." Mr. Cleevland sent his
word of protest against "fishing hog
gery," and Mr. Roosevelt's utterance
on the subject Is characteristic: 'To
make a veiy large ha;, whether of
d"er. or pruirle chickens, or d icks, or
quail, or woodcock, or trout. Is some
thing of which to be ashamed and not
To oMr graduates of American col
leges, and to most adults who have
not beer, to college, the solemnity of
Ihe undergraduate youngster is naive
ly funny. One col!cg paper. In such
bitter style as might be appropriate to
some mighty moral or political Issue,
chastise the entire undergraduate
body for not turning out to cheer the
football team at practice. All other
practice, say fit penmanship or the
piano, can be carried on by the prac
tice with the requisite tools. Foot
ball, apparently, cannot be learned ex
cept In presence of a mob. Another
college paper gravely protests against
the freshmen's increasing habit ol
walking on the prohibited side of a
certain street, and declares college
customs to a sacred tradition, to be
reverently observed by each youns
batch of collegians.
A Brooklyn uiun died 13 days after
bis wedding Nope, you lose. He
wasn't married on Friday.
. Modern . Improvements have their
daiiKeis. A man wiose tarn Is light
d ty electricity attempted to pu t
whs'. t thought was thu cord which
tui cd the current. lotteij, b
tiRl.'ed a mule's (till. A great lltut
danced go hlia very suddenly.
The French military dirlt'lule La
Tattle, which is causing the govern
tuent soma worry by running, oi
rather flying away, la sul J to b yellow
Jit-r ont-is will vree that thi Is bu
Vavlug la a dotldedly yellow uuuuor
President Roosevelt Says His Recto
ing Rather Than Obey Order
- Was Reprehensible-.
Washington. President Rooscv cit's
attitude on the question of the cum
miind of hospital ships In the navy
which resulted in the resignation ol
Rear Admiral W 11 lard H. Itroannon
and Incidentally some caustic observa
tions on thr.t Incident and the con-troM-isiiH
anions the naval olllccrt
and their adherents as to details ol
naval construction and methods ol
training, were made known Sunday
when Secretary Metcalf gnv.- to thf
Press two letters from the president
addressed to hint on the-"! subjects
In the first of these letters. Presi
dent Roosevelt, without mlnrln?
words, condemns In unmeasured
terms the act of Admiral lirownson
declaring it to be unseemly and im
proper. The question as to which
Admiral Iti-ownson took Issue with the
navy department the president de
c'ares Is one as to which there can
be entirely legitimate differences of
opinion, but he adds, "there 19 no
room for difference of opinion as to
the gross Impropriety of the admiral's
conduct in resigning sooner than
carry out thesorders of his superior
officers In such a matter. The officers
of the navy must remember that It Is
not merely childish, but In the high
est degree reprehensible to permit
either personal pique, wounded van
ity, or factional feeling on behalf of
some particular bureau or organiza
tion to render them disloyal to the
Interests of the navy and therefore
of the country as a whole."
The New Moral Outlook.
New York. Defending President
Roosevelt's attitude toward trusts and
declaring that the American standard
of morality was graduallv raisins.
I'nited States Senator J. P. Dolliver
of Iowa delivered an address on "The
New Moral Outlook." Sunday In
Brooklyn. lVspite the critics who
contended that the government was
in the hands of the corruptl.mists.
Senator Dolliver said that the ountrv
was improving steadily. Speaking of
President Roosevelt, who he !e?'.are1
the greatest American he had ever
known. Senator Dolliver said: "Then
are many business men who say that
the country has taken alarm from
what the president did in trying to
clean up the market places of harmful
influences. I think the market places
should be purged, and I believe the
right course has been pushed."
Damaged Bank Building.
Kansas City. An explosion in the
basement of the First National batik
building Saturday injured nine per
sons and damaged the building to the
extent of 110.0(H). The cause of the
explosion Is still a mystery but from
the effects produced it Is almost cer
tain to have b;'en caused by dynamite,
nitroglycerine or some other high ex
plosive. Why It was placed ther? and
what the motive that prompted the
art may have been are as yet not
determined and may always remain a
The Incubator Baby Case.
Topeka. Kan. In a decision handed
down Saturday Judge Pollock, of the
I'nited States circuit court, announced
that his court had no jurisdiction in
the "Incubator baby" case. This
leaves the chill ia charge of Mrj
Charlotte M. I'tleakley, the mother
Mrs. James Barclay, who waB given
the child by adoption papers at the St
luls world's fair, will appeal to the
I'nlteJ States supreme court.
Powers Jury Disagreed.
Georgetown. Ky. Aftr being out
more than 4S hours the Jury in tin
case of Caleb Powers, tried on e
charge of complicity in the murder ol
William Ooehcl, Saturday reported foi
the second time that they were un
able to aicree upon i verdict and wcr
discharged by Judge Morris.
Will Bid for the Flag.
Halifax. N. S. American patriotic
societies, it lit said. lil be bidders lr
Ialiihm when the flag of the 1'nltec
States frigate Chespcuke. captured
1 S 1 3 off iio.oloii by the Hritlsh wurslil;
Shannon Is put up at auction Janu
ary 2'J. Th flag is greatly delred af
a un-riiorlitl to mu.iander Ijiwietict
w ho. mortally wounded In the hlsiurh
Conflict, gasped with his d)lug breath
"Don't give tip the ship."
Cars Running In Muncie.
Munrie, Ind Ihe backbone O
Muncle' mob ajement Is broken. Can
we'e run Sunday from early inoriiliif
until dusk over all lines and with tin
exception of a little stone-throw In
on the outskirts the cars were unino
lested, notwithstanding they wer
mi' umd by imported strikebreaker!
Pett bon is Acquitted.
Boise. I ia. Alter II hours' dellber
btion a veid lit of not guilty wai
reached Saturday by the Jury try In
Ceorge A. PeliilMiite charged with
complicity lu the murder of exdov
Frank A. Slcuiienberg.
Men Wilt Return t Work.
St. Louis. Mo. According to an
nouiicemeiit made Sunday &n aggre
gate of C.O'lO ti, en will be re employee
January IS. by many large Induslrla
plants In East St. l-oiil. III., and vl
A Cominissioner'a Mother Dead.
w asiiitiKtou. Word has been re
ceived lure of the death Rimdny Is
Ran Francisco of Mrs. C. M. Ijine,
mother of Franklin M. I-una a mem
ber of toe Interstate commerce com
Bilsslou. Mrs. Kane was 70 years old.
WHEN THE NAVY PUT.
ITU M Cnlvhvon. la ('lilc-ii Pnlly Tr!lnni )
'Tie a fearful thing in winter
To be shattered by the blast.
And to hear the trumpet thunder:
"Amputate the mast!"
FLEET MAY KEEP THE PEACE
K German Authority Affects to Ee
lieve Conditions Are Critical.
Transfer of Tremendous Naval Pov.ef
to the Pacific Thought to In
sure Peaceful Relations.
Berlin. The next two mouths are
regarded by the German foreign of
fice and the ndmirality as constituting
a critical period in the relations be
tween the I'nited States and Japan.
If they pass without witnessing a
break In the relations, high govern
ment officials are convinced that the
United States and Japan will then en
ter upon an easier and safer basis of
The development of the American
Japanese situation Is beln studied
here day by day because from It there
may Issue events which might change
the present International balance and
deeply affect Europe as well as Amer
ica. The Marine Rundschau, the
principal naval magazine of Germany,
says In Its January number:
"If war does not come between
Japan and the I'nited States, the
I'nion may thank the preponderance
of its fleet for the maintenance of
peace. This fleet already is sufficient
ly strong to restrain Japan from the
hazard of war."
In conclusion the magazine says
the threatened conflict may now be
entirely avoided as a result of the
transfer of the fleet to. and other de
fensive measures In the Pacific.
Tournament of Roses.
Pasadena, Cal Wednesday was
Pasadena's annual tournament of
roses. It Is the festival of flowers.
Buds and blossoms of every hue and
color; folint;e and ferns of countless
kinds, plants, shrubbery, twigs, vines
of all variety, floral beauty of every
sort and description have been gath
ered together to make this the great
est day In the history of the city. It
Is estimated fio.nou visitors have
poured Into the city from all over
Cracker Trust Quits Nebraska.
Lincoln. Neb The Lincoln agent of
the National Biscuit company Thurs
day afternoon notified ihe retail
grocers of the city that the concern
would quit Helling pai-kane goods In
Nebraska. This action, ll was stated.
was taken as a result of the attitude
of Food Commissioner Johnson, who
insisted that all cracker packages be
branded to show net weight and con
tents. Anti Futures Act Upheld.
Little Rock, Ark. Judge Trb-btier,
In the federal court Thursday upheld
the constitutionality of the antl fu
tures act. The court declares that
the state did not exceed Its power III
enacting the statute as a police regu
lation to protect the morals of the
public. The suit was b -gun by a Chi
cago brokerage firm.
Work for 1.200 In 8edalia.
Sedallu. Mo. Seven hundred per
sons will resume work at the Missouri
Pacific shops Thursday after a ten
days' lay-off. At the Missouri. Kan
sas ti Texas shops ,V' will go bark to
work after a week'a lay-off.
Michigan May Banish Cigarettes.
Ijiniilng. Mich. lu the constitution
al convention Wednesday a cigarette
discussion that Id the beginning gave
Ihe appearance of bavluf been en
tered Into Jokingly pnnnej quickly
into the serious sttgv and resulted In
the adoption of a proiosal prohibiting
the manufacture and sale of cigar
ettes In this state. The pioMs!tlon
was carried In committee of the whoU
and later was adopted It to 17 in for
mal session. The opposition to tha
propoksl will be renewed WbeO It
cotri'-s up on second reading.
CCMMA.NJ Of THE HOS?ITAL
HOPE FOR SETTLEMENT.
Administration Would Secure Assur
ances From Japan Making Ac
tion By Congress Unnecessary.
Washington. Further information
relative to the contents of the com
munication from Ambassador O'Brien
dealing with the Japanese reply on
the immigration question was refused
at the state department Friday. Thir
ls the Invariable rule la cases when
negotiations are still In procrrss and
the Inference Is that Mr. O'Brien re
gards the Japanese answer as evine
ir.g a satisfactory disposition towards
the American desires, but that th
reply is not conclusive.
It Is expected that the Japanese
government will l:i some formal man
ner register Its purpose of preventing
the further immigration of coolies tc
the I'nited States and when the as
suranee on this point has taken satis
factory form the administration 1I
see to It that congress Is acqualntec
with the facts and thereby reliever
from the necessity of enacting au
legislation looking to the exclusion o:
Japanese immigration as a whole. At
tempts in that direction already hav
l-een made by the Pacific coast repre
sentatlves and If tho president is abb
to convince congress that the Japan
ese government Is In good faltfc en
deavorlng to do by Internal reeula
tlon what it Is proposed to do hen
by statutory law. namely, stop the in
flux of Japanese coolies, he will no
find It necessary to recommend
A LARGE DEFICIT.
The Government's Expenditurea An
Exceeding Receipts By Amounts
That Art Noteworthy.
Washington. The monthly stal-
merit "of the government receipts ant
expenditures shows that for thi
month of lccernlT. 19i'T, the receipt!
were 17.!!s3,s25 and the exp''n.iiturei
f."..-,.:12.&73. leaving a deficit for tlx
month of S.J.!.'.(tinr. The receipts fel
off as compared with December, ljut
about s.r.l'.il.OiiO and the expenditure!
Increased by about I'.i.HhI.oo.j. 1 h
receipts from customs for December
1!"7. were f. '1.741, K72. which is a de
crease fur the month of about $7,0u0
Interna revenue ulso showed t
marked decrease, the receipts falllnt
from :'3.:,S3.!i';a In December, P0C
to t.'u.l i:,,'.e'4 in December. ISM7.
rur the six month of the present
fiscal year a deficit Is shown of t,
S'l.t.Ooo, ns compared with the first
half of the last fiscal year, the
c .pis for the last six months show
decrease of about $1.000. (tin) and th
expenditures an Increase of over 123,
Moving the Earth at Pnm.
Washington. 1 hi average amount
of earth excavated on the Panama
canal for each working day (luring D-
rember was 8M.000 cubic yards, or
total of 2. 200. 530 yards for the mouth
This Is an Increase of about 36Q,iMifl
cubic yards over the previous month
and nearly i."0,0nu yards over the
month of September last.
Stubbs Will Be a Candidate.
Topeka. Kan W. It. Btubhe
I.awr"nce announced Friday be will
be a candidate for the republican uo;u
(nation fur governor.
She Lived 119 Year.
Illilshoro, Ore. Mrs. Mary Rarusr
Wood, 119 ears old, and the oldest
white woman In Oregon, died Wednes
day mom lug at the home of her
daughter lu this city. Mrs. Wood was
a native of Tennessee and later live
In Missouri, coming from there
Taft to Speak In Kansas City.
asliliiKluu. Secretary Taft ha
been -riiagd to address the Youmr
Men's Itepiiiillcan club of Missouri at
Kansas City, February 10.
WHITE HOUSE RECEPTION.
For Three Hours the Line Paasod
Before the President Who Shook
Hands With 6.64S Persons.
Washing ton.- - President ItoiiM'Velt
received at the White house Wednes
day a New Year's throng of well
whhers which was three hours In
passing. Mrs. Roosevelt end Ihe mem
bers and ladlts of the cabinet were
Though curtailed in numbers, ".(' 15
by more than l.OlHI over the prcedltis
New Year's day, the reception was
resplendent In all the Incidents of
tradition which hav accumulated to
Its Interests for more than p'd years.
The gorgeousness of the diplomatic
and militant features, the cordiality
of the many personal friends of the
president, who made him their
seventh annual greeting as such aid
the Intensely human and patriotic
characteristics of the American peo
ple typified by the thousands who
represented them all combined to
make a happy conclusion to the his
From greeting In stately dignity
and aproprlate surroundings the am
bassadors and ministers of the na
tions of tho world, to s!:)oplug far
down to grasp the hand of a "dolly"
that Its toddling parent of a year and
a half m!;;ht be gratified, were tho ex
tremes required of the president, and
both the Inrant nnd the dlplemat real
ized an anticipated pleasure. A'id the
president enjoyed It all.
BY PRIMARY IN OHIO.
The People of That State Will Rejit
ter Their Choice for Presi
dential Candidate Direct.
Coltimtus. O. The r-iubiican-i of
Ohio will be given an oj p:rt mity to
express by direct vote Cieir choice fo:
the party's candidate fcr picslJ -tit at
primaries to be held on Fe. r. ary 11,
when delegates and a!ti mates to tb
republican state roaventio'i vi'.! b.'
elected. The convention will b h.'ll
In C'-UiPihus on March .'1 an! i. aad
!t will telect in addition to f nir d.'L--gates
at large to the republican na
tional conve'itlon, candidates for gov
ernor and other s;at? ofVer.
The call for the primaries and con
vention was adopted Thursday eve
ning by the republican state central
committee after a protracted and live,
ly session. The friends of William H.
Tafi. secretary of war, and candidate
for the republican nomlrinllon for
president, were In control of the cmi
mlttee. casting 14 votes to 7 for t!
supporters of Senator ForaUer, al-io
an mowed ciunlldat" for the presi
Kansas Bank Statement.
Topeka, Kan. The statement of
State ll.iuk Commissioner J. Q.
Royce, Issued Thursday rhows that
there hurt been a shrinkage of d-
Hlis of IK OftO.Otiu In the past two
months In Kansas state and national
banks. The reHrt shows 2.3r,.!isS
more cash on hand at the close of
iisiness l mber A than on Auinist
The cash and sight exchange
on deposit In the state banks Is IL'S.-
.3 1 it. I'll and In national hanks l.'j,-
Militia Ordered to Muncle.
Muncie, Ind. The militia has been
ordered to Muncle. to re ich here at
a. m. Saturday. Martial law will
not be declared, but the soldiers will
assist the police. Kfforts of the
street car company to run car Friday
resulted In serious riots und early In
the afternoon the attempt was ahan-
ned and the cars run to the barn.
the officers declaring they would
make no more attempts to resume
service until protected by troops.
Some Troops Leave Coldfield.
(loldfield, Nev. Seven companies of
nlted States troops under command
of Col. Reynolds, left ColdflelJ Friday
by special train bound fir their re
spective California posts. The iroipi
rem, lining In camp, aliout 1 t" men.
hnve heen divided into two fu'l co:n
i.tnti s Captain William II. Wassail
and Lieut ;odwtll will be In com
No Liquors on Dining Cars There.
New Haven, Conn The stile of
liquors, It Is understood. Is to be dis
continued on the dining curs of the
New York. New Haven & Hartford
raliroad, wIiIIm the curs are passing
through the state of Connect lent be
cause there Is no law of this state
under which the railroad company
aild obtain a license to legalltn such
A Railroad Life Saving Medal.
Washington. The president hae
awarded a railroad life saving medal
to Kdward McGrsth of Milwaukee,
Mr. Mcliratti was crippled In herolcal
ly saving the life of a girl, who was
crossing a track in front of an on
No Mora C. O. D. for Them.
New Orleans. La. Announcement
that express companies In New Or
leans will ship uo more liquor r. o,
d. to southern states was made Prl
German Libel Trial Ends.
Berlin The notorious llardeu Voa
Moltko libel trial came to an eu 1 Frt
day evening wlieii th accused editor
of Die Zukunft was sentenced to four
moult s' Imprisonment and to psy th
entire costs of both the present and
the former trial.
An Arisona National Forest.
Washington. The president
signed a proclamation creating
Verdu National forest In Arlxuua. with
an area of 721.7S0 acres located
MarlcopA and Yavapai counties.
THE "flRt" DISTRICTS GROW
Larje Addition! Weie lUda o Pro
h.bliion letritoty lu V?Z7.
rorty Million People In This Caun'.r
Are Living Without Saloons
There Are More t Follow.
Ohieii ;.. There I.-J Joy a .H'H iio
hildt luiilM over the bum s ih.i; tc
been fereh-e In the last 12 tiv:itlis
by ' King , Aiohol" and "O'l Jolin
Har'ey cum," and the new ji-ar will
mark large additions to "dry" d's irii ls
throughout the country.
Local had.-r.-. in the "dry" ca.tip
point out lluU Cooi.;!u und Okl.l'.ir run
now have passed Into the proMMtloU
column, while Mississippi Is w;:ing
fcr its legislators to keep their pheigo
to pass a prohibition act for that
states. The iipw yar, they say. will
see 40.000,00ij p rsons 1
hibitlon territory i:i
viag in iito-
i predict that
Slates, and party lead
the white Bag soon will wave over
stales where opposition to the tem
perance movement heretofore has
"The two latest acquisitions to the
prohibition ranks are Oklahoma and
tleorgia." said Alonzo K. Wilson at
Chicago prohibition headquarters
Wednesday. "Alabama has voted
against liquor nnd Mississippi wl-l
follow next month. In H!ln.:!a we
have a good start lu four cojr.tlc.'."
To Oust Leavenworth' rY.jycr.
TojM-ka. Kan. F. S. Jack, on, attor
ney general, and his spe.-la! a vistsnt.
Charles I). Shukers, ftiej ia th? su
preme court here Wetl'ii sj.ty an
ousti t suit atalnst Peter Kvtrhardy,
mayor of Leavenworth, and a citation
for co-'.tempt for Captain J. T. Ta;. lor.
Captain Tayk r is the in charge.!
with In In;; the go-l etwe. n for the
joiiitist. and the city. lie was llr.
co'iector who s- cured the mom.;, from
the jolntltts and then j ;;id It to tho
city. The on-.-te,' tult Is br...;g':t
against Major Fv. :h.i.-ly because h
has violated his oath of o.IUe in al
lowing sa!co".s to run and in not fur
t ishing the evidence that ti e pro
hibitory law was bi Ir.g violated to t'ae
Another Kentucky Raid.
Uussellvllle. Ky NUht riders U'O
strong swooped down on llussellvtlle.
l.ogan county, early Friday morning,
and after overpowering the three po
licemen and provld!r:g against the
giving of an alarm. dnaniltcl arhl
burned the two Independent tobacco
concerns In the city und several oth
er establishment a and r0e away otl
on the llopklnsvllle anj C!..rks ville
pike. lliree men were woumie-l
and the telephone
ere held t Worn ra
Adaltertted the Sausage.
tensing. Vh'h --Circuit Ju.Ue st
Friday afternoon In an opinion held
that the use of cereal ai d water in
sausage U an adulteration of the prod
uct und brings It within the scope of
the state pure food law prohib.ting
adulterations. The de liion was
made lu the application o! Armour Ac
o. for an Injunction I.) restrain th
state dairy a'id fsid di partmenf from
Interfering wiih the sale of their sau
sage because cereal nnd water are
used lu Its manufacture.
Another Mrs. Eddy Suit.
Huston. Mass. Disputing the power
of Mrs. Mary ltker (ilover Kddy. head
of the Christian Science church, to
make disposition of so r a part of
r fortune, formal notices, have been
served upon trustees McClellan. Fun-
nald and Maker, having In charge Mrs
F.ddy's estate, ordering them not to
make the t1.000.IDO to found a churl
table Institution recetitlv iinno.incol
or any other appropriatl.it from Mrs.
Kddy's estate, pending the outei.me of
Col. M. M. Murdock Dead.
Wichita. Kan Colonel "Marsh"
M. Murdock, Kistmaster of this city
and editor of the Wichita K.mle. died
Thursday morning at 1 o'clock, utter
un Illness of two weeks He suff-red
from cirrhosis of the liver and ruturrh
of the stomach Durlnj the la-t two
lays he could hot recogulte even hi
most tiitimute friends. His boa, I nil
gresnmaii Victor Murlock. iirririd
Wednesday from Wellington. "Marsh"
Murdock was 70 years i.'d.
A Woman Ambulance Surgeon.
New York. ItriHikLn had lu first
fliuipKe of a woman ambulance ur
gcon Wednesday when Dr. Mary Mer
rill answered calls from the illtaiiis
burg hoMillul. Dr. Mirrltt Is a pre
possessing voung woman of 21 )ear.
who won the msl of ambulance sur
geon after a competitive examination
In which 34 Mien fresh from coll.fc,s
Pecced the Famine Appropriation.
St. Petersburg The council of i tn
plre Friday passed the famine ap
propriation of the (lontna a'id then
adjourned for the Russian Christmas
Georgia G" Dry.
Atlanta, (la - W ith the ndn at of
the new year tho law preventing the
manufacture and sale of lutoxlcatmi.'
liquors passed ky the lust session of
the legl ilaturo become effective, mnk
Ir.g (ieorU the first of the s.uitheiu
states to be placed In the prohili't'on
column. The law Is very dia.-tlc ! i
Its prohibition and prevents the keep.
Inn or giving" away of liquors In pub
lie plr.ccs and Imposts a tax of t
on clubs whose members are ullo. 1
to keep drinks of an Intovli mlnr u
ture In their Individual locker.