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TILLS CONVENTION AT NEW OR
LEANS HE FAVORS THE
FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL
rrsldnt Promise Me 8upport ef
the Administration, But Will Net
Stand for Any "Pork Berr!"
Sherntao, Cannon and Dickinson
New Orleans, Nov. l.IUnging de
mand for "14 fett through the val
ley" and elaborate, argument In sup
port of tbe program for the. creation
of a deep waterway from the lake to
the gulf have marked the great eon
venMon of the Ie-ep Waterway a&so
elation that opened here Saturday.
President Taft, Vice President Pber
nian. Speaker Cannon, governors of
the Mississippi valley states. Innumer
able senators and repress illative and
a mighty throng of private citizens
who believe In the. bin river project
are here and all urge that it bo un
dertaken and carried to a speedy con
clusion. President Taft Promise Support.
President Taft. who arrived In New
Orleans escorted by a great flotilla,
after an illuminating trip down the
Mississippi river from St- Ixiuis, land
ed from the lighthouse tender Olean
der about eight o'clock Saturday
morning, and was driven to bis ho
tel through street that were cano
pied with irapnolla buroches, palraet
toes and southern moss, and every
where the mottoes '"Fourteen Feet
Through the Valley" snd "River Kate
Regulation Is Kate Regulation." At
the Athenaeum la the afternoon the
president aroused a storm of cheers
by promising that If the 11 fe-t project
proveil feasible and advisable, the
pr-'.'f.'nt sd!iili:lhira!lon would favor
the It-sunnec of government bonds to
defray the cost
Not for a "Pork Barrel."
At the ine time. Mr. Taft made It
plain that, he would riot stand for any
plan to mate a "pork barrel" of the
project. He said he o; sed any
such general bond Issue of i00.00J.
000 or $1. 000,000 ,IK)0 for waterways
improvement, the money to be cut
up and parceled out to different lec
tions, lie declared, that the Improve-
L :r i'O'-v" '-t.t- -- a.-
went cf waterways had boon carried
forward In a haphutard favhion In
the pat. and that a new method
should be adopted.
"I believe In tbe deep waterway,"
said the president. ' I am for It. and
I shall use all the power that I pos
sess In doing ahat way be accom
plished to give )u cltUen of this
great valley what you lo earneht'.y de
sire, it Is all a part of a still great
er movement Inaugurated by Theo
dore ItooMVrlt, and properly called
by htm the conservation of our na
"The projects for Irriira'ion and for
the lm !(iri: n( of waterways In the
future are not to be for the purpose
of distributing 'pork' to evtry part of
the country. livery measure Is to be
adopted on the ground that It will be
UM-tuI to the whole country. They
are not to be adopted for sending
certain ror,grenmeu fcsrk to Wash
lng,u or for making certain parts of
tbe country j ioHuble during the ei
penJlture of the r.iotn-y.
"We should take up every compre
hensive project on Its inert; a ami de
ternilue whether the country where
tbe project is to be carried out has so
far developed ss to justify the enor
mous cxjH uilltiiro of money and If it
will be useful when done. When we
decide In favor of a project, I believe
lu lssutug bonds to carry It to com
pletion as rapidly as posille. It has
Lost In the Shufr.
Scribbler "So old SKIntlint'a family
didn't like tht obl'uary I wrote?" K.i
ttor "Oh. the obituary was all rlnht,
but tbe foot foreman ran It under the
bead of 'People and Plvassut
"I htsrd your baby irjing m.-aiiy all
Bight. Whai was the matter with Itr
"1 think she wanted me to get up and
carry her arouad. but I was fc'rsld If I
did you'd tie disturbed by hearing me
tramping the Bvor over your head." .
i ni i p ft n
N ru LIU
IS . w - . f - . - - , -IV. . O
tern proposed that we Irbu bond ffl
;,!)(iOv'l,n')0 or 1 ni'n,iO ,0'i0, ar,d Cnt
It up and parrel the ii,n-y out la this
and that e tloti of the country. I
am cipponed to any suth proposition,
tee:ise It not only smells of tbe
'lotk bnr'.el,' but would be 'pork
Sherman, Too, Is for It.
Vice President James 8. Sherman
has brought to the people of the mid
dle west the message of the east,
promising enthusiastic support of tha
waterway prosram. "We people of
the east depend on your people of the
west." said bo. "When w help you,
we help ourselves, so there Is every
reason why we should do all In our
power for you, as soon a we realize
what you want and why you want It."
Speaker Cannon and Secretary of
War Dickinecn are no lees outspoken
In their assurances of support, and
many aona'urs and representatives,
among them Senator lvorlmer of Illi
nois, the father of the deep waterway
movement, this afternoon made ad
dresses full of hopeful enthusiasm.
Kavanaugh Opens Convention.
William K. Kavanaiipb of Missouri,
president of the association, called the
U ' ", ',',
t :. I -.-trr :
6peaker Joseph G. Cannon.
convention to order Saturday morning
and set forth briefiy the aims and
plans of the organization. He said the
deep waterway work la cow in this
1. The aitnl'.ary district of Chicago
has buili the deep waterway, practi
cally to Jollet, nearly 40 miles, and
$60,000,000 hafe been pent thus far
on the work.
t. The entire route of the lakes-to-the-gulf
deep waterway from Jollet to
New Orleans, through the Des Plalnes
river, the Illinois river aisd the Mis
sissippi river, has been surveyed un
der direction of congress by I'nlted
States engineers, nho have offlclally
reported to congress that the building
of the deep waterway is feasible.
3. The people of the state of Illi
nois have adopted a constitutional
amendment providing for a bond Is
sue of J20.000.000, the money to be
spent in constructing the deep water
way southward from Joliet.
4. A bill Introduced by I'nlted State
Representative IUchard Bartboldt of
Missouri Is now pending la congress,
providing for the Issuance by the
I'nlted States government of bonds to
tbe amount of 1300,000,000, the money
to bo spent In constructing this deep
waterway from the lake to the gulf
and other meritorious projected river
5. It is Intended to ask the Sixty
first conRress to pass a bill providing
definitely that the Vnited State gov
ernment undertake the construction
of the deep waterway from the point
where the Illinois work will end, to
tbe Gulf cf Mexico.
In the afternoon, following the ad
dress of President Taft. Clifford Pin
chot, head of the government forestry
department, made an address on the
conservation of the Estiou's natural
In the evening the delegates to the
convention were entertained at a stag
smoker by the Progressive union of
New Orleans. This evening all the
delegates and the ladles accompany
ing theiu were tbe guests of the Pro
gressive union at the New Orleans
tra bouse, w here l-a Julve" was
given by the French Opera Com
pany. Philately of Aviation.
One of the very few genuine "vari
eties" In stamp ts announced. It
would be more correct to say It is m
rare postmark. Kare It will be If In
terested parties JUI not take advan
tage of the occurrence and have ad
dresHed to themselves thousands of
envelojM-s bearing the matk. It seems
that during the now historical avia
tion wek at Khelm a temporary
poHlortlce was set up on the avlutlou
ground and all letter there posted
bearing the ordinary French stamps
wtro pottnikd "lietheny Aviation,"
beside the various service marks.
The marking stamp was bexagoual
instead of round. These stamps will,
no doubt, be curiosities. Time will
tell whether they will be sought after
l'.ke the unnecessary Urutiel provision
als, which in the atiregate must have
fetched Just as h'li a sum a the
ye.ir' revenue of the amp In
wlilrh tbey were Issued.
Our Geographical Canter.
If Alaska be excluded from cocs'.d
eratlon, Kansas Is ,e,ifr blcslly the
central state of the I' in ted States, li
tie between longitude V4 degree 3 J
minutes and 103 degrees west, and be
tween latitude 37 d. tree and 40 de
Sometime a Hard Task.
"When a man say, 'and 1 know
what I'm talking about.'" says the
Philosopher of Folly, "the only wsy
I can get even ts by asking bits) to
prove It "
He At Government Vtats.
Judse John F. Philips In federal
court at PprlriKfiold fiio l Alnx Hur
Bum $l.f'00 and os.s en a charge of
enibeiicllng n i'i'ary stores from the
I'nlted t.i'e government. I'urnum
appMH st tbe local recrul'Sn,' station
some time ao for ft;!it!i;ei,t Me ate
several meals at the expense of the
government. When t he of f; r In chart
cf the recrui:itig district appred to
examine Ijurnuin he had disappeared
An army rVrt was a":s n"!-e1. ptr
num was arretted In Oklahoma and
confined in Jiil la ICsnsss Cl'.y utr.ll
the convening of court. He pleaded
guilty when arraigned before Jud-e
Wabash Officials Visit M. S. 'J.
F. A. Delano, presldest of the Wa
bash rai'roaj, and the bea is of all the
departments cf the road, spent Hire?
hours visiting the Missouri Agricultur
al College. Dean F. B. Mumford slowed
them the iie;a: tiuenis of atonoy,
animal husbandry, dairying arid hor;l
rulture. Tho visitors eime to in
vestigate tho advyabliit of efferins
scholarships in the short winter course
in agriculture to atudenti in each
county of Missouri through which the
Wabash runs. This course con'.inues
seven weeks. Tha officials came on
a special train of five coaches. Twenty
persons were In the party.
Farmers Fight With Knives.
As a result of a feud over the
trespassing of boss. Abraham Sublet:
and William Poff, wealthy farmers, dis
mounted from their horses when they
met In the St. Charles road near Co
lumbia, drew their knives as their feet
touched the ground and fought np and
down the road. They were sa exhaust
ed and weakene i by loss of blood thai,
r'loyd Perkins, attracted to the scene,
wa able to separate them. Poff, whom
Sjblett disemboweled, was carried to
his home nearby. Suble't receive!
deep knife wounds in the side and left
shoal Jer and also is in a serious con
dition. By Motor From St. Joseph Soon.
The St. Joseph & Grand Island Rail
road has installed motor service on its
line between Hanover, Kan., and St.
Joseph. This is the second gasoline
motor on the Grand Iblmd. The first
car was placed In service between
Highland. Kan., and St, Joseph last
spring and the railroad officials say It
has proved highly successiul. A third
car la sxn to be placed between St.
Joseph and Kansas City.
Kansas City Theaters.
There hat nevei been a musical
comedy with so many types of girls
as In "The Red Mill which will he at
the Grand Opera House during the tc
tire week, beginning November 7. Tbe
dlnlfled, saucy, serious, pouting,
laughing and dancing girls are aptly
Illustrated by th-e Fifth Avenue Relies,
the Bowery Belles, the Motor Beauties,
the Broadway Suubrettei, the Dutch
girls and the English girls.
At the Shubert for the week com
mencing November 7. Corlcne. in the
Viennese oiH-reua. "Mile. Mischief."
will be the attraction. With the ex
ception of the "Merry Widow." "illle.
Mischief is said to be the Lest Aur
trlan opera ever seen In this country.
The oiera was so popular In New
York that It drew crowded houses for
During the week beginning Novem
ber 7 the Willis Wood theater wi'l
present the Cohan snd Harris Mins
trels with Oeorge Kvans and the fa
mous hundred Houey Boys. No
mlnstrvl company ever received so
much favorable comment as this or
ganization did last year snd the enter
tainment offered this season Is said to
be quite the equal if not superior to
that of lust year.
Snake In Woman's Stomach.
A garner snake. 17 Inches long, was
reruovej from the stomach of Mrs. Rob
ert TInesley of St. Joseph. Although
prol.atly ia.pt U.-.neJ a fur tbe n-j.aie
made a lUcly attempt to escape before
a siove poker ended Its existence. "The
doctor told mo that 1 must have swal
lowed the snake lu drinking water
when it was very small," said Mrs.
Tlnsley. -It first l-eR.vn to pain me
Ust winter. The pain Increased and
morphine was useJ with no permaneut
Fred Mikels Pleads Guilty.
Fred Mikel. the pi year-oid boy. who
has been In Jail at Ilunisvl'.K. since the
first of ti e year awaiting trial for kill
ing the cons-able, Kltner MwuJer at
Hlgbe. pleaded Buli;y lu the circuit
court at Moberly to murder In the
second decree, and was sentenced to
ton years In the pculuutisry.
The Fate of the Knocker.
"The brake on a wasoa wears out
first." mtl the Anderson News, "and
the knocker In the way of progress Is
ground down bolore the wheels ate
Called Him Fool Sued Road.
On the allegation that the Wita.-h
aprtit at Salisbury called him a "fol"
and other tblni. James 1 Ruber's, of
flcUl steti.-grapher of the Fif.e. t-,th ju
dicial circuit, has sued tho rvai tor
Phelps County Pioneer Dead.
Thomas KlKsra Dyer, one of tbe obt
est citllens of Phri.'S county, died at
his home In Rulla, aed years. Mr
Drr came to Vlis.iuil from eaot Ten
f.etfee b tore tbe war and Uws'.ed la
Jackson County P,-ck Rsads.
Fraite A. liojrr, et.matf r ! rd
pul.-iie roads orr'-s"""'i-ot , J
eminent ftir Jackkot ernin'y. r-iia
pieted Ms nnul ri ;;rt and aa,ied a
ro; jr of It to the 5ej.r n.ent of Seri
culture at Wbl-.g'on. The repot:
covfrs ail work and improvemer-'s otj
cftiiiity road t'tt tb year ending Octo
ber 1 "KansH City has a'yeif,
miles of bitlerard drives," rad the
report, "and over I"'0 acres iti parks
and parkways, tbe cost f purrM-e of
w biih alone w as nearly I j Oo'.'rX).
While our city is t roui cf i' Usute
vardi. cur drives do Lot cud at the
city Habits, but t.e county ou'siJe tl-e
city has atout 21'5 sniies of rrx k rtta's.
2."0 iii!les cf 0:rl roads and I.'a
bridges, iiiany cf whirh are ot ta ive
stone and reinforce d c:ir-crc te. asl in
the tna'ter of archi'eciare ba elicit
ed favorable mention from rriuuy nota
ble engineers throtirhout tie Voted
St. Louts-Kansas City Electric Line.
Charles A. Loorr.is, who wss at Jef
ferson City recently with payers fvr
the chvter of the SL Uouis-K.tisai
City Electric Tailway. whkh were re
turned for correction has sjrain t.ci
tbe papers and the charter has been
issued. The name of the road is the
St. Louis Kansas City K'.ectric Rail
way compaay. It has a capita, stock
of $3,vv0 which Is divided into 50,0'.-0
shares of the par caiue of $100 each.
Tbe road is to be J?5 miles in lengti,
and Is to be built trough the counties
of St. Louis, St. Charles, Linool.i, War
ren, Montgomery. Calloway, Eocce,
Howard. Saline, LaStyette and Jack
son, to Kansas City, with a branch line
from Glavow through Chariton and
BrookCeld In Linn county.
Big Baryta Mines Sold.
Tbe Mercantile Tme: company clos
ed the a!e of a larce and valuable
tract cf mineral land in Washinifton
county, cons!.-t:c5 of some
acres. This property is popularly
known as the American ieai and
baryra pre per", y. and Is r.ear Potosi.
It was sc;d for the Niaa Realty cosi
piDy. a hoidir.g corporation of the
Missouri-Lincoln Trust company, at
a consideration of Isj.000. the pur
chaser being Edwin M. White ef South
Yarmouth, Mass. This tract contains
the most valuable deposit of baryta
In the world and the output of this
plant practically controls tbe price of
Asks Leave to Quit His Wife.
The I'nlted States land offlce in
Springfield Is a repository of more
tales of woe than is the con sessional,
in the opinion of Corneiius Van Hosen.
tha registrar. A sample of it is the
latest appeal to the sympathy and
generosity of the officials from a hotne
steader who has made application for
leave of absence from his homestead
for a year In order that he might
escape the tyranny cf Lis wife, who,
he said, was uoth a tartar and an
Baptists Elect Oficers.
More than 4'0 deleates were pres
ent when the svventy-fiRa annual con
vention of the Missouri Baptists as
soclat'on conversed at Sedalia. The
following officers were elected: Mod
erator, K. W. Stephens. Co'.uxbli, for
the twelfth time; assistant moierator.
Judge Louis H'ffman of Sclalia; sec
retary, A. W. Payne cf St. Louis; as
sistant secrt-tary, E. V. Kite of St.
Ixuls; auditor, J. L. Ap;la;e of
A State Senator Sued for Divorce.
Charles F. Krone, s'ate senator, was
sued for uivoree by his wife. EJua V.
Krone, at St. Louis. The Krone were
married April 6. 1007, and separteJ
September IT, this year. They have
Ettenson Will ts be Contested.
Contending that the la'e Henry
Ettenson was not In his risht n;!nd,
hi and children will start pro.
ced!iiK lu Liberty contesting his
will. Mr. Kttensn sag divorced from
hi wife January J of this )e.r.
amucl Ktvno!i. who stood ty hi
father in his family troubles, was giv
en all the real esra'e In Leavenworth,
while the otlur cbillun. Mrs. Lillian
Lepson, Mr Harriet PtijU! and Moe.
Charles and Seth of ljeacnwor;h
were cut c.T with 1 each.
Christian Colieg Gets fC.CCd.
Gift of .T..ov0 for tho creotLta of
A. J S. I tori. y Mt mortal hall r4 an
ad'.noua) $.,. ,wi for nido u-.t hi pjr
poes have been anno in.-ej by Mr
. uelia . tleox St. Clair, presided of
Christian colo re, a (ett.ale sebovl l--cted
at Columbia, and controlled ly
the CbrUt.an church cf M.s-.vutL t!
the money donated, ILOt-y U te g.;i
of R. II. Slook'on cf St. Lou s, prr.l
dent of the Msje."t'.i? Ii.tr.se eeaspany.
and fjij.Ot'J ts given by Auew Carue-S'.e-
Gov. Hsd'fy Bw-y Oia.'k Stckv
Gov. ItUiilcy cwts 17 thsres la t'ie
Crtet-.f Coast y S c:,e and J.Sr, tv.u
paiy. whtih r.a Just t-rett ig.tnise-i
vttu';e t.f aoi i.'ioa wire i..i at
S-'priturvU. J. W. Lyuiari. A'tntt K
bate aaj K.i.r W. Clark if Kui.ku.3
City ar al barvhvldets.
Was Or.n Pr.Jit at Kirksvlti,
Joe; h P. t ii'.itoc. who i!:ej at Jf
! r,n City, was lb tt,;rj tvst.tvst of
the ta e Nortral silu l at K.i k .'.le,
and w 41 i:,e s.-ooud ex p i -'.. t i of I!
luti'.u;,.-tt to c: jtt'.a U.reu tt.itb,
L"k-.H jTl v 3 VI CjjTC'
The 7nit-t(fl ti-o4t if "Ll't'e
rV s Mkrf B'O .;1 1 lrt
A d':...o-!iM f t.i t.f )-rvi.'
fn-.:n'r:irr ye ! ; !.SJs ' .T-t tad
plaeej trlf In a st-'.rr p-iir
upon t r",' ! of fc--i. i,e ; j f -,r-r.!t'r
fr(?In'11y terrri'd an -'ti::,ac or tie
itimr'e r!r g in the tfe".!Va'VW HI
her gt.tre.ry ,rn by (r .gsrs-i'A'itg
the roftgiilfctod p'fr'i'm 4 bovine tar-t'-ftt
f ibl 1 in'.ed -r-h t;,s wtrT7
rA the tan:-" wh?b rt. ir.M
after the roar, ;t'e pr.r'V ,jj ha k-e-e-a
rre-r'w; ar,ij !-f, :-a n.
H r--' :r 't x ' " r t " ' w r i 9
bs'-rved that a sp- '.rn-n cf 'neg'-r,;.
Arane-a, i'jh Ars'-bclli. r'-rr.ariab'.e
for it a! iii'y to prod -ice '.arits c?
exrriior'f tr.ry t-j,iiiy frro I's ? In
terktr. bad tVie-n a s-ri'ion t.;j"n th
ct .! an vt huris ' ir. la.at.'at.e prtii
Vi L;h t'.-'ally ti6cx;j-ctel ir.'ii-r.t
r a; I re
t'.Ti n 'j' a ati
vt sst il.&t the Sai-x' -(lii-'y. se t to
w-y p-ree i-PateJy, are"- fr'm tr tit
tii.g po-t ire and dej rtd frr.-ai ti V
call: v. l.-z-.ir? th i--r:lrr in t.r.iis-I-utrd
!j"t-K ti e,f 'he a; fcrtcett.
Hoev Relief from Distrtsslnj Kidney
Trouble Was Found.
Mr. Fi'jysbeeb Tv'olf, i? T. if rfi.a
St.. TiIton. Jlo, sayst "Is f air nation
cf tbe bladder
reached its ciixaji
fi- eprittg ar.d I s.f-
( f-.-red urrl'.lr. V.T
J back ached and
p-ained so I cou'.l
,J hardly get arwtti
s" .. t& the secret;cc
i 1 1 . .. fluect of l zt.Bt!
""' ' ' " and patnfuL I was
tired all the time attd very nervous. I
began utixtg lK?.n's K:dDy ililt. ar.1
after tkitr.g a few boxes was cured
and have been well ever sir.ee."
P.eiJtemher the came Ioan's. Soli
by all dealers. 50 ct-rts a bet. Fos'.-r-Mtlburn
Ccy, BuSalo, N. Y.
NOT SO BAD.
Nervous Lady Dont your experi
ments frighten you terribly, profes
sor? 1 bear that your assUtant met
with a horrible death by falling four
thousand feet from an aereiplane.
Bold Aviator Oh. that report was
Nervous Lady Exaggerated! How?
Bold Aviator It wasn't much more
than two tho-isacd five hundred feel
that he fell.
Pesinol Quickly Cures Ills and Acci
dents the Skin Is Subject To,
Also Heals Wounds.
I find occasion almost daily to
recommend Rested to some of my
friends, and heard most gratifying; re
sults. We use the ointment altogeth
er in my family, and are never without
a jar of It. for It promt t!y cures tL
Ilia and accidents the skin Is sutjett
to. D M. Castle, rhilaiii-tia. Pa,
"I suppose with all this tnoiers
prison philanthropy, abolishing stripes
and ccmvicl uniforms generally. th-j
will sewm introduce dress suits for th
well -behaved prisoners Id our penal
"Well., you know, they already give
convicts watches and chains."
Important to Mother.
Examine carefully every bottle ct
CASTORIA. a sale aud sure rvnied for
tufauts and children. ad - that It
In IVe F'TT 0er ,'til erw.
The Kind You l!ae Always Loufht
A Terrible 0sease.
"IV you own an s.ko-.;-a t !U
quired the unotserv ant pmriy.
other shiH-k bis be id tajly
".No," le stfjbfvj, "l tve Wvn a ..f
feter all my life ftvnt ihrv-tic edes
Kuiek.r What is your d"r.It;en of
iu ker He i evidently my wf'e's
lvriifiesi U.'wHi U'tire tiiaa detrcy
v'!ns: It d--t.r-'j B atter. A o:ere
lieucb uf it la a room, lu a street. wu
on a Jivr kr, k ker. H a spiritual fvr.
CoattDteJ:te la atl a.-ciier,t
brti j; jrv-st paee f i :r:t, ard 1 the
gre,t a-ad oiiiy tDittri nietit la teiujsjr
al f lict'y Jeremy Taj Kr.
isitow (lotHMtis ve.iur.Hv'i.r.
Al; r.v sk4 i i-j. e. jv, $ tvui.
Vo J-u't Ls s. ra a Urd.n
heie ta orJ.-r to K-.;d a trala.
S-.'Uj v Uv :. c. :
see u to be t j J - t..
f-ty vt ur libit
Tie pitr'ot ..u ti iu t,.-r.ce ek.-
US tie grtattst ecr.
I t d Aj' S ;.' A;rt! as C
Cif t t'i'J Ct-te V'i'f
;.. A Pir.. vi,- rr'-i.-'-f' r,f f-.
18 p'.. A-.2g.V-n "f t,. n.vw'
lr-'! )'r7 :
"Ca' r r.:- r ti 'i !.. T'V
ri- h o j) to I'
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ti-'. 'l-t.i-'vtab, 1. it I.7 e-.tt,
"At h uxi .! (. t-t t. r-' -''.r
ear s-ss j;-,";-, i-.'t-i in r-i "
' ;-i 5-J ,?.... j..-; ,e U a? !:.
"Thy tU x - i;y Ja I..".--'.r a'c..,t
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