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ROUTE Or PRESIDENT TAFT'S JOURNEY.
JUDGE 13 GOOD 10 FARV.Ea
Legal Luminary Stretched Point In
' . ' . ' :' v ; I ' : i
Law, but the Circumstance
Judge David P. Dyer was boldlrg
JAR'S TRIP BEGUN
PRESIDENT STARTS ON 1S,000
MILE TOUR THROUGH
WEST AND SOUTH.
LEAVES ON HIS BIRTHDAY
Chicago to Be First Stop on Journey
That Will Take Him a Far at
Seattio and to too Mexican Border
Where Ha Will Meet Diaz.
Beverly, Man.. Sept 15. President
William H. Tuft to-day stepped Into a
.motor car, waved a cheerful good by,
lid started (or ISoston. where this
evening be boards private car and
begins a tour of the west and south
that will be the most remarkable trip
ever taken by a president of the Uni
ted State. The route of about 13,000
miles ha been carefully mapped out.
and every arrangement 1 perfected.
The fact that to-day U Mr. Taft's nfty
ecood birthday anniversary wu la
ken as a happy augury for the success
of the long Journey.
Resides the president, the party In
cludes Capt. Archibald Mult, military
aide; Wendell W. Mlschler, assistant
secretary ; lr. J. J. Richardson of
Washington. D. C; James Sloan, Jr
and L. C. Wheeler 6f the aecret aerr
Ice. and MaJ. Arthur Urooks. the presi
dent's confidential messenger. Six
newspaper men will accompany the
president throughout the entire trip.
Shortly before noon to-morrow, the
president will arrive In Chicago and
te the guest of the Commercial club
at luncheon. Next, the Hamilton club
takes him In charge and will escort
him. with a bodyguard of 1.1 1'O niera
bera, to th Went fide ball park, to
witness a game between Chicago and
New York. After that will come a din
ner at the Congress hotel, and then a
meeting In Orchestra hall, where Mr.
Taft will make a speech. To wind up !
the day, the president will put In bia
appeurance at a reception and ball
given by tbe Chicago banker In the
In Wiaconiin and Minnesota,
leaving Chicago at 3 a m. Friday
morning, the presidential party will
atop at Milwaukee, Madison and Tort
age, and will spend the nlsht at Wi
nona, Minn., ana1 will reach Mlnne
ajHll early on the morning of Satur
day, September IS II will spend all
Saturday and Sunday In Minneapolis
and St. I'aul, leaving Sunday night at
right o'clock In order to reach Pes
Molnea on tno morning of September
rive hours w 111 be spent In the Iowa
capital, where Mr. Taft will review
6,000 tiMips of the regular army and
make a speech, and then the president
moves on to Omaha, where he will
spend the late afternoon and evening.
louver will be reached the after
noon of September Zl. and the presl
dent will go almost direct from his
train to the state capltol for a recep
tion (i be tendered by state officials,
by the chamber of commerce; anj cit
Ic organliatlons. At p. its. the presi
dent wl'l make an address In the tan
cr Auditorium, chere Mr. Hryan last
year was nominated for the presi
dency. The president anj his party will
hrenkf.tst w'ifc Thomas K. Walsh, at
Wolhurst, near Ifc-nver, the mointng
of Wednesday. September J2, and then
return to the city for tht chamber of
commerce banquet at noon.
leaving Ienver at & p. in., Septem
ber I?, the president and his party
wl'.l stop for an hour's visit at Colo
rado Springs, and then go oil to
I'uebio. where In the evening they
will b guest at the state fair.
In Wonder Ration of Colorado.
The morning of September 13 will
find the president at t.lenwood
Springs for a brief visit and that aft
ernoon he will visit Montrose, where
he will formally oen th great (!un
Bison river tunnel built by the govern
ment for the Irrigation of tno I'tuom
Knuriilng to Orand Juuctlon to
resume the Journey westward, the
president will anlve at Salt Lake
City. I'luh, Friday afternoon. Septem
ber SI, to remnlti there until Sunday
afternoon, the twenty sixth, when the
party e;,v s over the tMvgoii Short
lire for lotMtcllo. Ida. and liutte.
Molt, the latter illy being reached
Mond-iT. September 17. at 6 40 a m.
lohn liny Hammond Join the party
at S It l.akt City.
Aft. r sp. tiding half a day to Untie,
there will b a brief evumloi? Into
Helen. SiHiksoe. Yu.. will be
IssL'J i.'Hy T!iurJtfy tuoiulug. tte
twenty-elf tith. and the entire day w!U
be spent In that city.
To Day at Seattle Exposition.
President Taft will spend two days
September 30 and October 1 "do
ing" the Alanka-Yukon-PaclSc expos!
tion. leaving Seattle late In tbe even
ing of tbe second day and arriving at
1'ortland. Ore.. October 2 at 7 a. m.
Two day will be spent In Port
land, the party leaving there at
p. to. Sunday, October 3, for a trip
down the famous Shasta route,
through the Siskiyou mountains and
In view of Mount Shasta, to San Fran
cisco. Tbe president will top tbe evening
of October 4 at Sacramento, reaching
Oakland, Cal., early on the morning
of October 5. He will spend four or
five hour In and around Oakland and
Herkeley before taking the ferry at
12: 2U o'clock for San Francisco.
After spending the afternoon and
evening of the fifth In Ban Francisco
the president will leave early the
morning of the sixth for the Yosemite
He will spend the seventh, eighth
and ninth In the valley, and, coming
out the morning of Sunday, October
10. will proceed to Ia Angeles, stop
ping for three hour at Fresno Sunday
Tbe president will spend Monday
and Tuesday, October 11 and 12, In
Ios Angele visiting hi sister.
Will Meet President Diaz.
He will arrive at the Grand Canyon
the morning of October 14 and will
leave again that night for Albuquer
que, N. M., where he will spend the
evening of the fifteenth, reaching El
Paso early the following morning for
the meeting with President Dial of
President Wax will arrive from Mex
ico City at Ciudad Juarex about the
seme time and be wlfl then cros the
frontier and meet President Taft at
Kl Paso. An hour later the president
cf the I'nlted State will return ahe
visit to President I)!ax at Ciudad Ju
arez on the Mexican side. The au
thorities of the latter city have ap
propriated 120.000 for decoration and
The president will reach Fan Anto
nio Sunday eight, October 17, and will
spend the forenoon of tbe following
day In an Inspection of Fort Sam
Houston, with the upbuilding of which
he had much to do while secretary of
Arriving at Corpus Christl tbe
evening of October IS, the president
will go at once to his brother's ranch,
where he will spend Tuesday, Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday. Charles P.
Taft has had golf lliik built on tbe
Trip Down Mississippi River.
Visiting Houston tbe forenoon of
Saturday, October 13. the president
will proceed to Dallas that aftcrnoob
to spend Saturday evening and all
From Dallas the president will pro
ceed direct to St. lyuia to begin bis
four dsys' trip down tbsl historic wa
terway. Ho w ill t ench St. Iuts at 7 :17 a. m
the morning of Monday. October IJ,
and w ill leave at i p m on the steam
er assigned to him by the Deep Water
ways .is sin istlon, which Is to bold Its
convention In New Orleans on the
president's arrival thsre.
Following the president' boat will
be a iect.irular flotilla of river craft.
One of the trailing boats will be as
signed to make the trip down the
river and to attend tbe convention.
Another boat will be assigned to the
congressional delegation of luoie than
100 nifmbct. Yet another boat will
carry members of the liliiioia Manu
First Step of Voyag at Cairo.
The first long stop of the river trip
will be at. Cairo at J SO a. tu. Tues
day, October 23. The second slop will
be at Hickman, Ky.. at 2:30 p tu ,
the president making brief addresses
at both places.
Arriving off Memphis, Tenn.. at S
a. m. Wednesday, October 27. the
president will make an address at S
o'clot k and that afternoon at & o'clock
will speak at Helena, Ark.
On Thursday. October i'S. at 1 .30
p. tu.. Mr. lull will make a speech at
Ylcksbnrg. New Orleans will be
reached about four o'clock Friday aft
ernoon. The river Journey also will
Include short stops at Capo Cllrardeau,
Mo., and Natchex, Miss.
The president will remain In New
Orleans from Filday afternoon, the
twenty ninth, to Monday morning. No
vember 1. lie w ill address the Water
waa convention ou October TO at
1.30 p. ttt.
From New Orleans the preildent
will go to Jack sou aud Columbus,
Mis., lUnninham, Ala ; Macon.
Savantiuh, thai le.ton, Augusta. Wil
mington, and Kuhmond, rt-acttbg
aililngtoo NoTcmbsr 19.
court not long sgo In Cih Girardeau,
when he was called upon to sentence
a post master from a small town who
bad stolen few dollar from hi of
fice. When the prisoner was ar
taljrned the judge demanded:
"Well, what have you got to ay
about -this case?"
The prisoner said tbe postmaster
ship paid only a few dollars a year,
rot sufficient to meet the expense of
his family. His wife nd child needed
food and be took a little money front
the postofflce. thinking he would re
turn It when he harvested bis crops.
Tbe appeal touched tbe heart of
Judge Dyer and he let tbe postmaster
off with sis months In Jail. Tbe
prisoner was profoundly grateful, and
the Judge dismissed the case from his
A few minutes later, as tbe Judge
was leaving tbe courtroom, be felt a
tug at his sleeve. It was the postmaster-prisoner
of a few moments be
fore. "What Is It now 7" asked the Judge.
"If your honor please," tbe prisoner
replied, "could you postpone my sen
tence a little while? If 1 can begin
sevlng it next fall that will give me
time to get In my crop and icy fam
ily will have enough to live on while
I am In Jail."
"That a little unusual," replied the
Judge. "Hut I don't care. Go on
borne now and come back next No
vember and ni send you to Jail." St.
Douglas Jerrold W't.
On the first night of the representa
tion of Jerrold' piece a successful
adapter from the French rallied him
on his nervousness.
"I," ald the adapter, "never feel
nervous on the first night of my
"Ah. my boy." Jerrold replied, "you
sre always certain of success. Your
pieces have all been tried before."
He waa sorely disappointed with a
certain book written by one of bis
friends. This friend heard that Jer
rold had expressed his disappoint
ment and questioned him: "1 hear
you said was the wor.t book I
"No, I didn't," came the answer; "1
said it was the worst book anybody
Of a mistaken philanthropist Jer
rold said he was "so benevolent, so
merciful a man be would hare held
an umbrella over a duck in a shower
of rain." Argonaut,
No Short Haul for Him.
"This is where you get off," said the
"Bui I haven't rid fur enough," said
the Blllville man.
"Can't help that. You can't go any
further on this ticket."
"My friend." sjild tbe man, "it s the
furst time I ever rid on a railroad
train, an" ef you ain't a better man
than what I am I'm a goln to set right
here till I see w bar the road ends.
know It must end some're, an' I'm curl
ous to see wear. Here's one more
dollar. Now. go 'long an' let me
By Automobile Up Mount Rainier,
I'nlted States l'DKineer F.ugeBS Kick
seeker celebrated Independence day
by throwing oren the government
road in the Mount Kalnler National
park. Vehicles and horsemen now
have an excellent thoroughfare from
tidewater to Narada falls, near snow
line In Paradise valley. Mr. Klck-
seiker says that auto and wagons
can cow make the trip with comfort.
The maximum grade on the road I
four per cent. Nearly a score of au
tomobiles, all loaded, went to tbe
I i t '
SOLID GOLD Q SILVER AWARD
For tiie Best Ear ol Corn "
p To be Known a the tV6i& National CornTrc phj X
To La Awarded at th
National Corn Exposition, Omaha,
Ott one kiB4re4 tVKn4 sn'ine fl1" 4 W) rsrs r.f ev rs w- frm- m' T 4 c-jiv
a b.iiioo d.ji.ar wr ia.o 1 r u. m. H .,r t.n a e .1.. ir. i tttrvr csrw fe,ni wcat wso t& onv-u si
1 artrers fr t jrl U.is yw It. &a Uir rcie4 Ir v&s lm rc c-fc
Th rww If tKis roar te f-cni la lh f 1 QjU U (ncv- cf IL4 CaJbol i'ie r Ubf Uit to kn Vow
c-rm Is and Ui reiiu '. f tU fuud ts.
KellfjM a Towtd Cora Flxkea bas placed eura ain't Ui Ir'i'TssX Vtsm cf di."s fareu
Tbs tnnkers lbrffjre. r lctfi ths rVir-rt 'I t'; E - t cf C-' ks- 4v!J to awwrt aVxawfi.fi!
irui Ur t jt tu uu. wucuaa ur cu4 L Ui cu ! o--ra is ItuC.Itml kuu
Prof umtt Hkia, of the Iowa Stt Co?:-- t'&e r ' . a-:-V-'-r cr t-5 Ja t " wyr'.i w ": .t i, r-r s 1"
alfnkl Cura t,T t.rj. Vi he I A av Cfw'r . l-r-n it.lt tj l-'l J 7 r-i ';. r- n v.
t r.ey tinkt r'"r- M-fid rfr.r O -t er vt v tie h s' u o- a 1. 2 cs. s . b' .tu
Zl . liV aod lf-t rta aM s?nrtf tiie at -zrm A jt-. a. r t !-v .u tj -t
vrr:nt!g t' Nnl.uTiil ora t.itKf mo. f!iiju,a. Seh. 1 1 a Va xfvrt.r " r'"-r ri 'F : 1
keli'jrs TniT.r C.DtK-" an! r.n rr tn and w:-?r- p 1 r, r. if fvtrm j- - ft , xmt. rr w.."i t : -
t -..'' r f'JT I'l. It run ") M 1 wit r 'T tJ ( i -'; ' r w , '. imuajt rv-r r,ir. Urn
a. 1 Uiue. la oli.tr wurii. roa iciic rudsc t&c ttfl nr .! era l Jmit ran.
Tbe will he r o rtr-t1B s. . r frnrt w-r-i a or r.'-i b'r.tr to A mtr- r. et J' tt " v -
to ff tt iui lo UM L bus. riaCia hwrtu a y-r1 :m v?r tru tw v ta nt n-.v '-- "w -t
el awe curn per acr is on oiutcs vi it awardL t- su.a wnvm as to f- i-'i-r a( aua rv.i k
Increaiinj' the Quality of Corn Used in Malawi K-t-Zcrg gi
TOASTED CORN FLAKES
Kkar pnle thisk we bar react;! tte xrlct cf fr.-- la T-ja.-4 Cw F! a tt
&iw !. t'riii w have. If r'a Saraii 1 trid bs jrvkr du-aaw ka ' aui4 t ' fc
eat" twdar. Ail (ruocra jLave la.
KELLOGG TOASTED CORN I1AKS CO Sfattlc Creek, Ukk.
m 1 m
has this by
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TRAGEDY ON A BANK NOTE
Bitter Words Found Written on a Dol
lar Bill by the Receiving
"Yes. I collect queer bank notes,
said the receiving teller. re ben
doing It for years. Tou know there
are some very odd things written on
back notes sometimes." He pointed
to a one-dollar bill hung in a frame
of black oak on tbe wail. "Read
that," he said. "And I've got queer
er ones than that even In my col
lection." On tbe bank note in red ink was
written in a feminine hand: "Tou
have robbed me of all tbe rest, and of
ray bouI also. May this burn your
band when you touch it- May all
you buy with It be accursed. You
bave the lust.
Tbe collector sighed sentimentally.
"Think of the tragedy." be said, "that
may lie hid behind those single lit
Uu phrases, en?"
Mottoes of a Queen.
Her majesty, the queen of Pnrtugwl.
pins her faith, it is said. U tiie foliow
Icg notions :
Keep out cf doors all yoj can.
Breatbe outdoor air, live in it, reel
In It. Don't shut yourself up. Build
your houses so that the air supply
Is good. Throw away your portiere
and bric-a-brac. Den t bare useless
trifles about you.
Have a favorite form of exercise
and make tbe most of It. Hide on
horseback if you can; cycle tf you can
not get a horse; do anything to get
out In the open air.
Don't overeat Drink little and let
that little be pure. Don't try to
dress too much, yet dress as well as
you are able. Wear everything you
can to make yourself lovely.
v.sl'.itg a -r.:a tB i
yZ-LlT.di says a aan. "5 w
tc-ld of an i.ror "I.&ry Sa: '.;.'
wb-ereia tfc fgre, aai usc-a
leal fcous w ;fe, xt;bue, o4r try'A
cirr a.2istaL-, a t.i:t jite ehanvr
istic of ter It seems that i.e t4 ti
nusiale takes a qurtitj cf pu.sajr
nsercurial poison tb ascikae fm
sbkfc. as all should know, comprises
tie white of fttea tiis attl
dote was Ueinx ajicitisUfred, lis ori-1
for wb.ch tbe Kn'ortiUle Lady ta4
overheard. tanaed to sauxar. at
though almost nncocckus: "Jwi-'f
Mary! five tbe ykj fc tie p-jA
dicta!" Tit liu.
"ft'I'i a smooth !rcn aci r?an."e
Are you now satisfied? S Starch, yoa can launder your shirt
waist Just as well at home as the
Coffct's Weight on Old Age.
When prominent men realise the la
Jurlous elTccts of coffee and the change
la health that I'osluui can bring, they
are glad to lend their testiuiouy for
the Ivenrflt of others.
A superintendent of public schools la
North Carolina says:
"My mother since her early child
hood, waa an Inveterate coffeo drinker
and had been troubled with her heart
for a number of years, aud com
plained of that 'weak all over' fi-cllng
and sli k stomach.
"Some time a;o I was making an of
ficial visit to a distant part of the
country and took dinner with one of
the merchants of tbe place. I no
ticed a somewhat peculiar flavor of
the coffee, and atked htm concerning
It lie replied that It waaTostutu.
"I waa so pleased with It. that after
the meal wa over, I bought a pack
age to carry home with me, and had
wife prepare some for the neit meal.
The whole family liked It so well, that
we discontinued coffee and used
"1 had really been at times very anx
ious concerning my mother's condition,
but we noticed that after using
I'ostnm for a short time, she felt so
much better than she did prior to Its
use, and had little trouble with her
heart and no sick stomach; that the
headaches were not so fre.j-jent. and
her general condition much Improved.
This continued until she was sa well
and hearty as the rest of us.
"I know Tostum has benefited my
elf and the other menilwr of the fam
ily, tut not in so marked a degree as
lu the one cf my mother, as she was
a Victim of long standing "
Head "The Koad to Wcihille." la
"There's a Ueasoa"
-r ml the aSov Mlfft wet
Sae aaavara lr Hmv I tlnae. 1 ho
at araalae, aae Iwll bwaMta
"Don't tike It so bard," said the
sympathetic friend; "remember that
though your daughter is married you
bave not lot her."
"I know- It," sobbed the bride's moth-
er. "That a tne trouble. Julia and
her husband bave already picked out
tbe best room in the house for theirs."
Laaadry work at fecsne w 01'. 2 be
I Kwh Bore satisfactory if th-e nt-i
i Elarcla were &sd. In carder ta ft Li.
' desired sUffttefcn, it la usually wcc
sary to u so nucit stArci tbst t&
'. Uc-auty and fiiiee-eaa of th fabr.c is
steam laundry can; It will have tbe ! kiddta biind a ate cf arr-L
proper etiffaesa and finish, there will : ttickBesa, wbkh not only dotroys it
be less wear and tear of the goods. ; appearance, but also aT.-ctj tb wear
and It will b a positive pleasure to i tog quality cf tte g'jcxls. Ttia tro
use a Starch that does cot stick to tie , Me can t ettire'y cjvercoai by fcs.r.g
tro a. I Derlance Starch, a it ca b i-pl;ea
A Useful Baby 1 Bsacb Eor tu of Its g.-a4.
Ppeakltg of tricks to w'in the sym- 5 T tin or laak
pathy 01 juries in criminal cases.
Judge Williard M. McKwen. In a re
cent address before the Illinois State's
Attorney." association, said: "I know
of four cases where a baby played a
prominent part in getting tbe acquit
tal of the defendant, and I later
learned that tbe same baby had been
used In each of the cases, although
the supposed mothers in each case
were d.3rer.t women." Law Notes.
A Rtrt Good TKm-j.
"Am w.rsf ALl.KN l K.'f r?!l sr4
ran truly mv 1 k4,d Law t-t-n mm
out l lone. l.t I Stvaa it.' rti.f 11
wihjKI e.v a l-'r." I thu.K It a
rr c.-! t'i:nc t-1" anr hairr a.re
or :r.J f-.( - Vr Vl:i.J I! .i.rc
i Ctou-M.'' )i I. ' tMJ by ail l-ru-i!.
Z01'. AS lv-iK)'.
Praise for American Hubbies.
I'riucexs Iiuleep 8int:b. at a dinner
in New Yotk. said that she found the
Auierlcab woman a marvel of beauty
and the American man a model of
g)d loc ks and kindness.
'The American man." said the
charming pnnves. "is rightly held up
to the world as the pattern hulaud.
In Kurope they have a saving about
Kve and the apple which shows bow
wretched a fulluie the K.ire.-ja h.;
band is. This saving is unknown in
America, I Mil sure. It woulj bave no
point, no applu a tion. here In the laud
of pattern husband.."
She paued lui rensiv ely . Then with
a smile she ended :
"Tbe saying is this:
"'The evil oue Uulu't give the apple
to the man. but to the woman, because
the evil one knew well that the iuaa
would rat it all himself, but tie worn
an would go talvea. "
The "Black-Hand Business.
Mrs. Hart My husband got a letter
to-day saymg something dreadful
wciulj lil-eu if be d.ds't arud tbe
writer a sum of nooey.
Mr. Smart My husband
dunned for bis bills, too
What's the Matter wit Babyf
"I wonder wtat makee baty cry
so?" sa:d tne Ct frwnj'.y prrsua
Teitai a t :a is actcying it. i
t ured aDocter.
"Or eis it s ti.cry," said a liiird.
"Or teethir-s." skid auoclier "Yet
can t do aaytttimi for tliaL"
"Aw. loo at the way he's k'.tk rg
and how bis l.t'.lo f xts are doot.ej
up." put In ltobby. "He wants ai
body of fcis own n to Ebt l'.V
Ibat a what be waL'.s."
She She ti4d tse you tolj her tbai
se-cret I loid you pi-t lo tell hc-r.
He Tfc mean U.1E4? 1 tcid te
not to uU you I toid her.
She I proni'.sed fcer 1 wouldn't teU
you .'. tk id ii.c. so clou t lU b r 1
C?cd for &oe Cji'
geu ! ,v 1 w ? I' ITT IT'S K K A I f
Au dii.f. ii Hkit4 iWva.. I'.Au.jk. S . k.
Lesson from the 8e.
Schid Tea. L r W hat le.' dj we
learn from the tuy bee?
ToUiit:y TuSsut- Not to get st-itg
I smhv urn- ritvsii I IK
t"irt lady Your bai-ljjn J bo
S-ctd ltlo IVr. deal! ttc
men alays do thst by t.lv.
lie-es som times fy two uitles frotu
ti.e te atd f.rd their wsy Unk with
out d.S.i ul'.y.
Ptv ' hi lewis' S.V rlee
c.r ! t i. pwniv. It are
n:; utivx la it nalbtal Mile.
riacs are oe;ng nil tor the elec
triication vt (he itioc tuictaiit iui
railwajs of Sirjra
tx Tsi ctotm I K '. tow i
i ll ao. iw l4 In. i.:i it :il fcaiii
' Virtu wb.'c m Mvi'tf. u4. -.ktf A v-a'.a.
I Any al t bear ccu-tt-Uivuts If
'she Cwltivatra the Bl.t ot tlk:ug ta
' hell if.
Mra. V Itmwar'a SuMCkbiii HimtK
A UjJ Urt : stts tut
! tbaa h mrrt
A Queer Malady.
Spils'iC went to a not.-J physician to
j ak advice as to h's health, lo pom-
jkuis tones he a.ilM'.e-d l!-.e dvHtvw:
j '1 ab have rou.e to alt ak
! vnu ah what what Is ah the
j doosld m.ttntw with tl!e-h''
! "I find ll-.itt ur hi art is after ted.
1 said the phvic)al. graely.
' ttli ah an thing sh ?"
"Yes; your lnt- are afl.--.ttd I.kv"
"An) thing - h- rise- h"
"Ye: jour manners aie also af
to. t. d "
The Most CnWinJsst Cut.
Itssl tlaide Weie ) ou ever
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