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Ons ii running en his Eecord;
iWi'lfiQ C! f '!
Presnpt Performance of Rcp.--bli.en
Platform Promise Is Certain.
Postal 6avrings Banks "Will Form
Save and Convenient System for
A bill provi.linj for t'.i establish
ment of postal s.ivlrii.- banks tins fav
orably reported by the Cultcd States
Senate Committee on PikIoii.it mid
Post Roads 1 i.rl u tr the ren nt s. s i in of
Congress, and is rca- .u.iKy :.'(. in to
be5 enacted Into law during the . otnhig
session, thus adding j.ri-::ij t j erf. .it.,.
lie to the promise of th lb ; an
national platform relative to this feral
of strengthening our national system of
The Mil reisirtod provides f. r the
establishment of postal i!.'ivl!:i d
torlos for dx - i t i ng sulns at inteicst
with the security of the tjoverr.mer.t
for the r-jaj-tnt-iit tlierf Oos!g
Mtet the uiont'T-ordtT iviii (..Tl.-tn ai.i
nch others es the Pi:tmaMr-0:irni
may. In his diwrrtl.'ii, friu time to
tln designate navincs ilr; ivlti.rii9
to receive dfxsl5 fn.m the i.iiUlie iui
to aooouct aiid tlisjon of the e-ame nc
cordlnit to tbo t-rt:i t the u t.
The depBitri s are to l kApt opn
for the transaction of tusin'.s every
flay, Sundays and Kg:l lii;,i.i;, ex-t-erted.
darlujf the mia i- :V.
buaiowa houi'M of the town oiul Id. rll
tle where the ros;ctive (1i-,m -.;..r :
r located, and iliirii!? f-u..!i t.i '.I lual
houra aa the I'ostniiit.T-Ci ner;;l r.iay
Aciounts may foe oienel hy n. y jer
aoa of the ago of 10 years, iu.il i iir
rled woman may open an efos:.t fr "J
from Interference by her h;-' i 1. A
troatet niay oiwn an a ouiit f r An
other ferMn. No iH-rsun ran op.-u m . re
than one savlnj actuut ti -t - t when
actltif aa trustee fr m..th. r i-trsn.
A deiHiKltor'B fss iKK.k wV.l W de
livered to eali deposit. r In v. hi!i tim
name and other meiiK.rHnd:i iiec.iry
for Ideotiflration vl!l to entered, nud
entry of a!! deiKiKha hhall l,o ma do.
One dollar or larger cuiount la
multlplea of to cents rl!i l.e Ce!-.try
to oin an account, but de)i:,s of 10
oenta or niultlples thcr.-nf wiiJ le re
ceived after ati account is opened.
I'pon recelrins a deposit the post
master is required to enter lue t-ams
la ths pass book of the i. p.i:..r arid
lumsdlately noufy ilio !'ostt.--r,-!. r ; n
TSl of ths suumtit f the ih -p... !t n:,.l
the naifle of the depxvltor. '(lie lv.it
ma(r Gicrii, uiu ro elpt i f i"ich
botlcs, Is required to M'nvl an n.iii'.wl
vd(nnt Iharoof to the 1 p-..K r. v,l.i' h
tknowledKniritt fchnll coi.-uhj!,. ,i,n
rluaiva evldeuc of tlis niaLln of i!ic!i
liKrtil Allunrd it lriwia.
Ittereat Is allowed at th ro'e f 2
fsr ctot tier anuuiii, cunpui' .! i.mj.
ally, on ths avrjugo dei- sit djrii g
each quarter of the yeur. thun
(id Uuligra is I In: uiuxiinuiii d.pot
allowed to tba cre-Jlt of ur.y oi.e ;.
touot, and Interest will iot ha p.ihl en
soy luiount to the credit cf an n- . : u t
la eireea of f.VX).
I'ka booka must bo furwurded t t'ie
Postmaster Gelmral on the Miliv. : - i y
of th making of tlie lirt d. ;.(. 1 1 r
terlflratlou, posting, and -reU l in
terest due. Withdrawals r." iy 1 . mi, le
under rules and re''Hil.n-i t.. I j.ie
crlbsd by the IJosluia'er-tjri.ci;:. Do
posits ar eieiupt from aeiruio uul-r
asy Jegal process asainst the ih;i .r
and they are also exempt f r. -sn nida
tion ty ths United State or in y s'afe.
Ths lisms fo dfA';Ii.r or l!.r iun.i'::.t
to his or her credit m;iy ii 'i' l.' ii:.v
t'i4 ul;os ly ord'T of the ,. .
Postal savlins fundu ore lo be
Jilted by ths rot JiiiSter-t.'ei: '. a) In
liStloual lenks loealrfl as i ivr h may
La la ths neighborhood where ii !t
.slt4 wsr received at S rale of :. t r
sat nt less ttau S -, Pr cut c m
UW. It deposits tnu t.ot be n.i-J.' In
atticnal fcanks at the epwitl.-.l lase of
l&Urett, tho J'ctnister ;ei.M :.l i!iy.
with ths approval of the t-V, i v "f
ths Treasury siil thr At:orti. .. t j I,
larest ths MUif In Stale. 'J't;i :loi I J,
-nil';, mt ssunUipsl :u:.
' - f -o
the ether is running awny from Ms
I ni thrt rv y respoiivlble
Ji i fiilr r.ihitiiHl l..bT lender, ev
ery i-e-pniisielo and fair-minded
n;.' iiil.er of a lulmr oryaiilzatlou,
r-'l tli'.o (Tnl't'st iniine-iions
f"r hhnself. If i-,o will do bcv, In
r;. -.id of condemning them ho wilt
h(-:inl!y approve of tin ui and will
r". ojnh-e this furtlur astouis'a
fact that tho principles laid
it ui) by Jiuln T;ift in tiiese very
Injunction, which laboring yoo
pli are ni-ked to condemn, ere
titeiiiselvis the very principles
ttke h are now en. bodied In th
lavs or prai-t.Ves of every reptn
"'!!' hihor or-iii,l7.atioii. The
principles which he therein so
wi-ely and fearje!y laid down
s rve ji u c'.nirtor of HV-rty for
ail i f us for wuj.-o. workers, for
mpt-ijers. or the general public;
f-r Ihcy rif-t on the principles of
fair deuilns for ail, of eren-hond-1
J:itiv for a!!. They mark
tne I'Ktje who roixleieJ thsru as
standing for tho rights of tho
whole p-iple; oa far ns daylight
1. from darkness, so far Is such a
Jndire from the thne-pcrver, the
truckler to the mob, or the criny
lii; tixl of frreat, corrupt and cor
ruptlnir corporations. President
Description of the Eepublioan Prs
iuential Candidate by Senator
Borah of Idaho.
iFroai tx'natnr Borah's IJoston"
"Now, It teem to be coueeded by
friend and fe that few rncu have been
liC'.iiiiif.tcd for tho pres'deniy whoso
experience, "h.se train!::;? and whose
SoiH'd and w liesoine fashion of grasp
1-S iul (leaUuf with public questioca
were ejual to those of Wiliiam II.
"lie Is not a crusader, he la a states
man Willi coi, science, lie has won his
present position through a cheerful, uu
hesitatinj und tiiidrvi.tting devotion to
duty, through actually achlOTlug thiuj;s
on the open field of action, through au
ink indent Conception of the strength
and worth of out great governmeut
T t'i It checks and t'nlantes; and the
strength and capacity of twir citizen
ship with Its loyalty ud its palrlotlsui.
"No man ever had a deeper regard
for tlio fundamental prlnc;p!.t and pre
cept upon hhh thW government 1
founded, and no o:.e ever had a firmer
rou tctimt that tho ensi itutlon Is a
s'lilU lent chart by which to measure all
r'nlilii and obligations and t.) gauge all
the dcmandi i.i.d all the aspiratlcns
iiinl itstrala ami control nil the reck
h wi.im .f tU Jud'imituble rai-e of
our. Train' d in the law, down jeurs
on the b lich, he rjph.red wv ll the
(miiri'M of Jurisprudence and carried
bk ny from woik nu r cilif!lilg dJ
totton to prcb-r and Ju-'
"l"n b r ail lrcurnctan.-es and under
all emerjeriries, be un provd htumelf
a brave, Cjenn uilm'c d, '-.f and
i ,.iu aeons stateoniaii. No tiiali can put
l.U t:i.g"r up"'ii a little or covard'y
act, fin l.:C.ti.'.otei)l or pict Intialdi!
plcee of puhlle service no t.iln upon
h' prlvste life, fit kiuitluW u;voil
l.i i ' l.e career. And standing ur In
toe full fliroe light vhifh brats oin a
throne, with ejger ryes scrutinizing
every set ,f a liig and ad'i.us pub'lo
career, mi doui.t crisr. r- ti
rlcnco t,i.,l ability, io iiu;iefi fom.-s
to bin fine seurrf of duty or 1 patrlot
Irm." I bc!e, our sMi .cg f.rty with Its
crc.it principle 1 iil in lis lnf.ni'-y.
(c.r gh ry n s nation U, but Just be.
Kau. There are mlghtr pr.,Mrm ye
to be ."ld, grave o,'ie.tb&a to be i.s
m J, ci,uiil'X InMJi 4 t' be wrought
Cut, but 1 .i:U-ve we i in trut Die
Ira ml Old Parly aid iu leader, lo
rare 1 -T the entire fpnt of oar Na
tion f,i, l of fi'tr .i'.; :e . it pa car.il
f r ti.'-M s we,! in l:. f i -II, n.
,1 I,, ii S S.icI'Ui.lll.
lo p- M.om s Mr. It '.an I .: free
tr.ob', la lml:,i!iapol .). ;',-l bt.i oc
j -.i.iiloi . m,, I in i'. i- ' i n !
the Jie.t-s-.il V if the g-nt; . . e , lci
,b p.i-l'M. ?.!r P.r.i'.i !: ,;- i t to'ileily
: .1.'i!st.i:.!e rt s ii.c..--!.! i, .'. , nicl
;.c(.. bt:,i)ri w !) n of :.f 'i's p :
!' Ul.t i- IV ! t I-',-. 1) l. :).-. M. 1..:-
r.lohe Ilea;'.'. I kt.
EIGJIEST TYPE OF ."
Churchmen Wh k'nsw Judge Tali
Rsndsr Him This Sincere
Tbt Attltuds of ths KapuMIcan Can
didst Towards Religion and
Xdfs Which Shows Adhsr
snce to the Best Ithlca
"Because hs Is ths btghest tyv
ths Christian gentleman."
This Is the way In which I heard ths
pastor of a Methorllat cbnrch in south
era Illinois end an argument with a
layman oa the train coining to Clncln
rnll from St Louis, writes a staff cor
respondent of ths St. Louis Globs-
Democrat The layman, paylnir dus
respect to the cloth of his op
ponent, was trying to convlncs him
that h should not support Mr.
Taft for the presidency, and icstesd
ahmild Tote for his Democratic ojipo
nent The churchman defended the
principles of the Republican party, and,
aa Indicated, defended the nan for
whom he said he eipected to Tote, from
his personal standpoint of a churchman,
'Hjecacse he la the highest tjpe of a
Bishop J. C. Hartiell of ths Metho
dist Episcopal Church, discussing tho
religious bellefe cf Bryan and Taft,
uftr ealllnr on the latter, said:
"Which of these men t shall rote for
will not b decided by their religions
beliefs, bit what they are as ruen.und
by the principles and policies thsy stand
for in the administration of the gov
ernment. I believe that In acting epon
this view, as an American citizen, I am
In harmony with the spirit and purpose
of the founders of our republic, who
pnt into the constitution that there
should foe 'do religious test ss to quali
fications to any office or public trust
under the United Rtatea.' My convic
tion Is that the future safety of the
nation depeuds very largely iHn onr
people beediag that constitutional pro
hibition. Our nation owes much In
moral character, statesmanship. liters,
tnre, srt and religion to tho who
have not been In strict harmony with
some of the dogmas of the church. The
days' of ths inquisition are past."
Iteinem-beriug that Mrs. Taft Is a
j Preshyterian, but that Miss Helen Taft
i was confirmed In the Episcopal Church
In Washington last winter at the same
hue that Miss Ethel Roosevelt, daugh
ter of the President, was confirmed, I
wondered ss to Mr. Tsffs church asso
"clatlon. When I made ths Inquiry here
I was Answered through the columns
of the Northwestern Chrlstlsn Advo
cate, the great Methodist publication.
Just as It had given answer to hundreds
of impalriea from Its Mehodist subscrib
ers. It said:
Mum t Bros 4 SrPthle.
j "Mrs. Taft and children are Kpiseo
pallans, and the Secretary frequently
accompanies tbeni to Bt. John's rhurcb,
where, also, he has a pew. While Mr.
Itoowvelt goes to the German Reform
ed Church, his wife sad family, who
are Episcopalians, attend historic St.
John's Church, where they sit only one
or two pews removed from Mrs. Taft
and her children. Secretary Taft
spends his vacation at Murray Bay,
Canada, where there Is a I'uion Church,
; attended by the summer colonists of all
denominations. The Secretary of War
Is one of the trustees of this summer
colony church, w here people of many
faiths gather for worship."
This MethiMltst testimony ludlcated
! to me the broad snd liWal view of
! Mr. Taft in religious matters. In look-
lug through the file of this same pnu
I lltatlon the Western Chrlstiau Advo
1 cate I found a dlm-usolon of both nom
inees, In ths course of which It was
"The aympsthles of both Mr. Taft
and Mr. Hrysn are very broad, and they
worship easily and naturally with any
Christian denomination. Whichever
man Is elected, the country will have,
therefore, a President of clean life,
lofty priaclples and Christian convic
tions." t)tnla.i mt rsra f lersrmaa.
On tho same afternoon, when I'.lshop
Harly.eU called. Iter. Jamea O. Robin
son, pastor of Hie Eaker Street African
Methodist Church of Dayton, Ohio,
called at the headquarters In company
with W. II. Jones, one of the leading
eolorsl lawyers of the sitnie city. Mr.
Jor.cs w.i? proud of the fact thst he Is
president of the Colored Taft Club, the
flrnt one to l-e Incorporated lu the I'nl
ted State, and Rev. Xfr. Rnhinsnu ad
mitfrd thst he I president of the
Rosrd of Directors of the aame club.
As be left Mr. Taft s office I asked hiin
for his view of tho candidate, both from
his standpoint as a churchman and as
S leader of hi race..
"I bo!le." he snid, "Judge Taft will
be e!e,-ted by a safe and com for tails
majority, not aliuyly because he la a
Republican, uwr am I speaking because
I am a Rspublicaa. Hut Judgs Tsft
lepresents all f lb Ideals of the true
As to the attltiids of his owa race,
Iter. Mr. RMf.ton said: "We cau not
afford to line up with ths Deinoera tio
prty, which has teen antagonistic to
our Inter! i!ijh, and against tbt
parly beaded by sucS w!i aud Cforii
tlan statesmen as Is J.rdgs Taft. II Is
nun whom we k'iow In Oblo la dc'r
ius that sll sdso, aithuut regard t
l -pul liiart State ll.na licen I tfo
cral in legislation for
Pemoc.atia Etntes Have Dono Hit's
to M,ka tbor Conditlona Petlor
VViihln Their Ilouiuis
It i n fact thtt every Imixut iot idp
for the bcneilt of American liii.-r h-s
been tMl.i-n eliber bv a It- . it' ri
Con-res mi,! ,ii:iiii!-ti ati, in. or by ti o
I'tii!atiH'e of n licpuM!i-i n M ( . f
course w lib tlie i-onsci.t. ami sum.-: i;"i s
by the lolvii-o. of the State eo.aii;ie,
IHiiioctatle Congiestus have bean ice
tably iie:iient III (Ills res;c t.. ar il
1 tenia, :ui ic States have ili. r it c.o
liothini. to make labor coiiui:! en hit
ter wil It'll tllelr liolin.l. or hue s'.i.vly
aid vc'li. Mhla- followed !t a ,ie.;u.e,i
In the trail of Id pulii lean iclonas.
Slala I elstMt'eii.
The tt'tc li r e c. level 'a" l.-i'mr l-'T-"'a.
4 m v lllilu tair ivspi4 ,..e b-tii u
.M.ia.il a.i; lor.t,.' Iit : o,. i.,.-d. i: t
as labor Is co;.i cine,!, to tic i . ii t
of t iileiiilii i a' .1 the terriloi i- s. r ! r.il
i cr cr : io;;s nn. I fiiieial public vovi..
I l.e ftct-y of l.tln.r h".'is'at ion rlinym
th it m arly nil la'aor reforms orii aaud
in Republiian State", nod a! tin- pie.
cl.t day t!ic Republieiiiis nre far ahead
, f the 1 i : aoi iv.l -i In the i mie! nui.t and
cllforc lii lit of laws fur tlm we'f.i'.o
of men ami women and ihiMrcii will
work for ii living. Tvcnly six out of
thirty Republican Slate liuv? li'.ior
bureaus, and only seven out 4f slbu
icmm ratio Stat'-s have similar bu
reaus, without which labor law -u'e
It, li h .H leil.-rs. T,V4-nty-t!iree I; '
.U ili4.iu S'.atis have factory Insi-i i tors
to see in the enforcement of the f.o lory
laws. Only si c iHniiMT'itle Stiitis have
lactory Sir peci'.on MTii'vs. Pirofii
States thirtt i Republican and two
liemis -i.i tio have free cuip!om, nt
.tgeli4-i4's. Ei-hteeli Stilt, have l.iws
on tiieir slatuie loks pro-iibitin:; hiUc
ou e,iv,.iaim-i,t works or public ton
trai Is lor more than elht hours a diy.
Of these States oixttvu are Reiml.ile in
and two I .MiiH-ratie. Four lb jmbiicaa
St:it nt;il one I teunHrai !e State havo
!4ws ihflaring 4'itht boi.f:- a le.-.il
working d.iy lu tint nlsemv n.' a con
tract. Teiity-scv4-ii States pi'.-al'-it
the employmeiit of children under f ;r
t4-4'ii y4-iira of age III factories. Of tiicr-o
twenty-three are Republican nml four
nre Di-mocrntlc States. I.as limiting
the hours of the employment of chil
dren in fai torle or stores have Ihvii eti
a'tl In tvienty-foiir Republii'.m and
thirteen lii'liUHTatle Slates. r.i-lit,sti
Kepublii an ami ten IK-iumTatlo Slati-s
prohibit night work by children. Twelve
lt,puhlican and thrv IKaii's i.atie
States prohibit the employmeiit of chil
dren In oiioratlng dangerous machinery
or cieaiilng machinery In motion. I'if
teen Reptibllc.iu ami six I Minora t!
Stat4-s limit the hours of foil, r of wotti
etl. it should he notiI that twelve of
the Republican States w tilth limit
women's hours of labor have factory
lnsn- tors to g.v that the law is 4Ved,
while only three of the I inocritlc
Slates make such provision. In twenty,
three Republican aud teu Democratic
States employers are require,! by la.r
to provide seat for female workers.
Twelve Static liave euai-tcl leeU!a
tlun Intended lo effect the extinction uf
the sweatshop system, Willi Its degrad
ing mid revolting aeei-ssorie, of t!a
twelve States ten nre Republican and
two I-emiHTatlc. Seventifil Republican
and live iH-uns ratic State have laws
ivnjlri!ig the payment of wages weekly
or fortnightly, or. In some Instance,
pn.hlbitlng a longer erbd than ous
month frtci-u jmy dajs.
Trad I ulna l abels,
l ourtiM.ii Republican Stah-s and only
one Dcmmratlc State Nevada-hnvu
laws in force prohibiting ra;.I.ocrs
from ilis, liureli.- jxasoiis on gci ,.uct of
mi uibi'mhlp lu la!r org.tuljial ham, or
from couiiH'iiing )a..i, to H'ae not
to l-4-oin inemU'rs of luUir orgMnl.-a-tlons
us A condition of tirliig emp'oy.
inriit or (oiitlmilng In t'i4-lr f-inploy.
Forty State have passed laws allowing
trade unions to adopt laUis or lrai!
nitirks tu be used to designate proipnlj
of the labor of (heir memlu rs. and pri
lilbltlng the counterfeiting of Hie u-a
of m Ii labels or trade murks by mi
nuthorl.od peraous. (f these Mate
twent) el-ht are Republican ami twelve,
are Deims rallc.
The fon golni; pn seiits for coiiiici.-ri
Hon by IntelHgctit, patriotic lb.,r soi
tt.it.tial facts and r.gur4- taken ( onj
the stjf'.itu lioeks of the aeferal ,Siat,,
No p!atltiiile can upset them. Th.-y
prove the records 4if the ReiitiMi, all
parly and of the Democracy te.i the l.
l-or Usue, and tin y must cm In, e cr
cry rciisomible ri-ader that the Kcoulcl.
tau party has not only brought Aim-rl-run
lnleir up lo its preiei,t hoi oi r.la
rtainlard. but that lals.r can oa'f
to the Republican parly for bssui.i:
of protiHtiou sud prosperity In tits)
Would lle.trala I alanrftil Ir.mi,
Mr. llrjuti asks me what 1 would d
with the trt;u. I n mover that I n.m!.
restrain unlawful trusts with n't (hs
ettn lency of Injinn live proces and
would puliUll with all tlm severity of
filuiliml prosecution every attcmat ea
the part of argrejtated capital lo suit
prB rompelttl'in. lion. Wm, 11. Taft,
at Columbus, Ob!,
That a ti i t or
overcoat you're go
ing to need mighty
soon ought to he
cut in the latest
s t y l c else you
won't look well
'IrcssciJ and up-to-date-Ought
all the finish all
the superior points
in making and
tailoring else you
won't have clothes
that fit and look
Ought to be
made of wool
material all wool
-pure wool clear
through -else you
won't have clothes
that will kecpcolor,
hold their shape
and wear right.
Now, that's why
what you ought to
have we've put in
a full line of
Fall and Winter
iBEASlEV MERCANTILE COJ
T.f. and Foraker Shoulder to Shoul
der for Bepublicsn Principles.
Another iHtmocratlc hope has btsea
sl b-tra. ked. That was that I'nlted
States Senator l'oraker would not sup
port the Taft candidacy, sud would
thus ImpHir his chances of carry Ins ths
. I-ito of Ohio.
The two foi. Ohioans fittingly met
at tli. t;. a. It. reunion In Toledo, sud
publicly and co-1 tiaturedly cast what
dif.'i: rences may have existed between
them to (he uir.
Mr. Taft s -ouliibut'.nn to ths treaty
ef pein e w as as follow :
"It Is n pleasure for me to be hers
vil;!i Senator Forsker, because when
governor of Ohio he gave ma my firs!
chnui-o and too' a gooj deal of risk In
piptiog a man of Itt on the bench of
the Superior Court of Cincinnati. Ws
are about lo enter or rsther have en
tend a great oratorical campaign. It
Is a pleasure to think In this presence
that we ra going to stsnd In ths
campaign shoulder to shoulder, wilh
the full alreugth of ths Rcpufoihwo
In rcsjsuise Senator Foraker deuled
that enmity had existed between Mr.
Taft and himself, and said:
"'I'jider the circumstances I Imps I
may be pardoned If I say hers In this
pnsence the fl rst ttins I have had
imrtunlty to Sfty It thst thers Is not
t ow nnd so far as 1 know thers never
tin be-ii the slightest HI feeling of soy
l.lnd lMcen Mr. Tsft and mysslf.
"If there Is anything I hsvs a right
to claim l-eyond stiother. It Is fha't !
Sin Republican litres hundred and sltty
fivo dais lu the year, t hsvs my prof
erci, ea sometimes as to who should
receive the houors of ths party, and
en r.i foody generally finds out what they
nre. Rut I am one Of those old fash
lon .1 Ri publicans ho settls svery suck
qucs'lon nt ths convention. When ths
ciieago convention nominated Mr. Taft
to is- the Ripiihilan candidate for ths
PresidiMM,) this year, that Instant he
rsrimii. my leader. Its has been my
hri'.rr ever since, and h will be jiy
li'ioh r in, til ths polls close on ths night
of the li lion."
Mr. Foraker followed with an tb
iul4 of Judge Taft's f.tuea ftr ths
ottice he ,fks by rrst1ng what Blhp
Ful'iow had said be for falni. .
"I rsnt t" rejicat it" bs said, "that
his riHrl"i- on the bench. In th
I'hlilj'plees. s teTnrjr f vr, In
the loiistriictim of ths ransma Canal,
I'l nil the position he ha filled, ha
Is-en aiieh as to qual'fy Mr. Tsft l
inot lieyond svtry other bin for th
Froeldejmy. Ws ars going to s'i-t him.
and If lie does r.ot ififiks a rJOes of
It. It will be his own fault."
Setiator Foraker folloivi-d this stats
nient with a review of fol early ac
tpiabitance with Judgs Taft, and ths
favorable Impreknlou hs then galmsl of
WHERE SHERMAN STAKD3.
Approve Legislation ts Iinprov ths
Conditions ef Lbr.
(From Slierman's HyiMsb of accept
The i:pufo!cau party bsllsves lu th
e-oaallty of all men brfor tbs lsw,
beieve in granting Ulsir's svery re
qiu.t (hat does net seek to accord
rights (o una u.sa deule,! to aookksr.
Fulr n.lialed labor asks ns uiors. oo
!,', and ajtprorrs ths record of tiis
Itc.,ii,;i, mij parly because sf that pSf
I have h"lp,sl to lnaka my rsrf's
record In l ho enactment of ths C'gsf
Ibnr law, tha Employers' LlaktltJ
act, thi statutes to tnlulmlrs tks khi
ard of railroad emplanes, the Child
Leber Uw for th DistrUt of ColUioU
uad Miirr emu1 uent !gBd etpej'.)
ly to Imiirove l condlttens sf lator.
I riiiuiot hops (j bettsr stats Iny Jfc gl
tluu u IiiJuikUoiis t lis ii by a t t.t
endorsement of M'r. Tsft'l Cl';!'ii;l
4c)arutioii on i$ki subject 'iut(
tlieuttsi I n,.
suits and over
You'll find your
you'll find just the
pattern you like.
You'll find the
style, the finish,
the tailoring all
You'll find on ry
all wool materials
strong reason for
It's the only .!
wool clothing for
from $10 to $25.
Christian Science lessons
Oct. 1H, Doctrine of Atonement.
jOvt. 2.", Probation after Death.
iN'ov. 1, Everlasting ranishment.
Nov. H, Adam and Fallen Man.
Nov. IT), MortaN and Immortals.
Nov. 22, Soul and IJody.
Nov. 20, Ancient and Modern
Necromancy; or, Mesmerism
Dec. 6, God the only Cause and
j Dec. 13, God the Preserver of
Dec. 20, la the Universe, Includ
ing Man, Evolved by Atomio
Dec. 27, Christian Science.
Horn: to Mr. and Mra. Clande
Katekin on Friday Oct. 0th, a fine
baby boy, weight 9,'i' rx,unda.
All parties are doing well.
Mrs. Mary Neat returned Fri
day from ii six week visit with
relatives at Schell City.
Miss Leota Uallfinch armed
Wednesday from a three weeks
visit with her sister Mra. Burl
Annett, of Lipscomb, Texas.
Thoa. Watson and family, of
Foster, who had been visiting
U. S. G. Prowell and family, re.
turned home Monday. Mra.
Watson la a foster-daughter of
Clyde Deputy, 6on of Dr. U. O.
Deputy, ha- accepted a position
ns lit-ld man with the Prowell
Insurance agency. Mr. Deputy
' is a hustler and will bo succcm
ful in this work.
I I). H. Hickey waa a busineas
vinitor in Kansas City Monday.
The H'lice force gathered a
trio of disturber of the peace
Tho Itcher Grocery Co. haa
moved to the Cate building on.
South Sixth street.
Fisiik KiHz acd Win. Ft ntiua
have each purchased "new Huick
atitoH. We understand that they
will put in a garago in this city
in tho near future.
Tho baby boy of Daniel Kilo
and wife died at their home oa
tho East Side Batnrday after
noon. Funeral aervicea wero
held at the home Sunday, con .
ducted by Iiev. A. G. Kcast after
which interment waa ruado In
Green Law n cemetery.
Mrs. Caroline Dellcr, aged 67
years, died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson,
south of Panama. Funeral aer
vices wero held Tuesday morn
ing, conducted by Ilev. A. G.
Roast, interment was made in
Green Lawn cemetery.
Perry Nafus and Richard Du
bach went to Dakota laat week
and registered In the land draw