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A. D. MAT I ( HON, Killlor.
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A. D. M ATI KKIS. H. LCT1IKK FRT.
RICH HIM, MIBBOURL
" This It fin growing weather for
Napoleon's hair In for Ml. Wblcs
eolor do you prefer,
lo thin age, th water wagon ought
to be an automobile.
Avoid meeting the crime wave on
cold night. Or t any other time.
TTnless you are a pyromnnlao do not
fight the kitchen lira with gasoline.
An earthquake le reported In Dela
ware. Naturally. It vai a little one
Dr. Osier's indorsement of the eour
milk diet doesn't make It any the
more palatal. le.
At last it ha been discovered that
the way to suppress highwaymen Is to
Meanwhile other parte of the coun
try are exhibiting weather uet a
startling as ours.
Lowering a height record and rais
ing a low record It one and tha tarns
to French aeroplanlsts.
When railroad tralna collide the rlcl
man has no better chance of escape
than bis poor fellow-traveler.
What a long time the world will
have to wait to find out whether any
really great men were born In 19091
However, any other winter resort It
aa much entitled to advertise an ex
clusive view of the comet aa ta Cali
fornia. For the last time, will the gentle
man who assured us we would hare
an open winter kindly send In bis pho
tograph? While the per capita circulation ol
money is large enough, frequently It
Is difficult to make it connect with the
That first carload of spring vegeta
bles w hlh has left the gulf region will
be lucky if It does not bump Into
Chicago would like to have the In
ternational balloon races next fell, but
It cannot agree to remove tbe lake for
If. as the days begin to lengthen, the
cold begins to strengthen, we have
some strenuous weather due us during
the next 60 days.
The man over 40 who doesn't own
a farm may lay bis "lack to 111 luck,
but generally be will find the cause In
bis own make-up.
Minister Wu has talked Into a pho
nograph, but aa he did not ask any
questions the record will always be
open to suspicion.
Tile days have begun to lengthen,
but It all In the afternoon when II
doesn't make getting up early In the
morning any easier.
A dispatch from Georgia says the
peach crop baa not yet been Injured.
Before we begin to cheer lustily, let
us hear from Delaware.
A French aviator Is reported to have
fallen from hla aeroplane Into a tree
and escaped Injury. Sounds like the
twentieth century Munchausen.
Now It Is denied that Mara bas
canals. Perhaps, In tbe general
smashing of received beliefs, it will
even be denied that there ever was a
Halley'a comet, as seen through a
telescope a few days ago, appeared to
have only a stub of a tail, Possibly
It In tbe fashion to clip the lulls ol
comets this year.
Whenever it happens that there It
no great question demanding lmmedl
ato solution It is hlways possible tc
renew the discussion as to the exist
ence of canaia on Murs.
A school Is to be opened on Long
Island to triin girls to be good wives
and housekeepers. Now a correspond
Ing school should follow to train young
men to be good husbands and pro
Two hours after getting a divorce
In Nevnln the woman in the cane
married again, and the Judge granting
the divorce was highly Incensed at
what lie termed u. liking a farce of the
courts, says the JlHltlmore American
But then. Interested citizens ran hard
ly be expected to take better care ol
the dignity of tbe courts than tbe
Cleveland theatrical reform In the
matter of preventing people from dls
turblng the auditors by straggling In
during me nrst act looks like a re ac
tum to primitive principles, says the
Pittsburg Dispatch. Presently aouis
backwoods city will be advancing the
Idea mat tneatert and operas are not
conducted for tbe purpose of holding
conversaziones in me uoxes.
Aa airship expedition la to be sent
to discover the north pole under tht
auspices of the kaiser himself. Fill
lira to locate that locality will there
for, be Id the nature of lese majeste
While one astronomer declares that
tbena are no canals on Mart, another
asserts the planet has COO and that
tbe Martian are still digging. There
being na, war to decido, tha lay world
cga laka whichever view It pleases. In
the Wiai!luj. all present energy on
tbe subject Is needed la tbe perfect lng
4 Uie una cnnul have here.
tim DAY CLUB BANQUET
FACTIONAL TrtlFK SHOWED
STRONG AT MEETING.
Reactionaries Control Business Meet
ing and Vote Down Resolution
fopeka, Kansas. ivansKS Tlepubll
cans observed Kansas d.iy with a
banquet at the Masonic temple. Lead
ing Itepubltcans from every county In
tho stale wore present. It was the
forty-ninth birthday anniversary of
tho state and tho speakers, one and
all. sung her praises to the skies.
More than usual animation ran
through the whole proceeding, from
tho election of officers of the Kansas
Day cltil) In the afternoon to the lnst
number of tho banquet program, ca
account of the political lines drawn by
the two factions. While most of the
speeches were tempered to the oc
casion, nearly every one contained
some reference to one faction or the
More than 00 tickets were Issued
for the banquet. All the speeches
were by Republicans except that by
Prof. Waters Is a Missouri Democrat
Kansas State Agricultural college.
Jrof. Waters Is a Missouri Democrat
The men who selected the speakers
some months ago forgotv tlmt and an
nounced hlra as one of the speakers.
When they discovered their nilstakf
their first thought was to undo their
action. Later they decided to stand
pat and assigned to Prof. Waters the
appropriate and unpolitical subject of
the meat boycott.
In a sensational business meeting
replete with cheering, hissing and bit
ter factional quarrels, the Kansas
Square Dealers' were during the after
noon crushed by the Republican regu
The edlniax was reached when a
resolution was unanimously adopted
Indorsing the administration of Presi
dent Taft. and a resolution to Indorse
the administration of Gov. W. R.
Stubbs introduced by Attorney Gen
eral Jackson was voted down by a
HOW FARM EXPORTS INCREASE
In 1855 They Were $150,000,000. Now
They Are More Than SI.COO.OOO,
0C0 a Year.
Washington, Jf. C. Exports of
farm products from the United States
have increased from an average of
1150.000.000 a year In the five-year
perloj from 1851 to 1S55 to more than
$1,000,000,000 In l'JOS. according to
statistics of the department of agrl
The Increase In exports has been
greater than the increase in popula
tion. The chief products exported In
the last half century have been cot
ton, grain and grain products. Pack
ing house products have Increased
from $10,000,000 in the ISII-oj period
to $156,0u0,000 in ltH'S.
LIBERALS ARE IN THE LEAD NOW
Have a Majority of Two Over the
Unionists in the English Parlia
ment Election Nearly Over.
London, England The general elec
tions for members of the new parlia
ment are at an end with the exception
of seven constituencies, the returns
from which can be forecasted confi
dently and the tripartite coalition of
Liberals. Laborltes and Irish Nation
alists will find themselves In the ma
jority with an advantage of 122 seats.
Senator Bristow's Son to Oxford.
Baldwin, Kansas. Frank G. Ilrls
tow, 24 years old, the second son
of Senator Hrlstow of Kansas, has
been appointed to a Rhodes scholar
ship for three years from next Sep
tember. Mr. Hrlstow Is a graduate
of HaUer university and was nomi
nated by the faculty us a representa
tive of ttiat sihool.
BUG COLLECTION WORTH $47,000
That is the Valuation Placed on the
Unlvers ty of Ksntss Specimens
by Prof. Hunter.
Lsr'iice, Kansas. prof. S. J.
lliltiler of tho entoi:i:!orii ,i dupart
merit of the t'nlverslty of K:inx.i
bus Just finish. -d Invoicing the col
lection of insects belonging to the uni
versity uiifl has valued them at $47,-
000, The c lie-Hon was b gun by Dr
r. ii. imiow in is.. .m.i now numbers
approximately 1 liO.tmo specimens, all
of whit h are labeled and mounted fur
use In th- classes of the department
The colli ctlon probably would sell for
$M).00ii If the university would part
Gompers Wants Ten Cents.
New York. The 5,000000 niem
bera of labor and farmers1 unions
throughout the Lulled States were
formally asked by Samuel Unmpers
president of the American Federation
of luhur. to contribute 10 cents each
to a fund to fight the steel trufL
The Comet Hat a Long Ttll.
Pasadena, California. Comet A
1910 has a tail LO.000,000 miles long.
That is the decision of astronomers
and scientists on Mont Wilson, who
declare the tail of the comet peculiar
ly constituted and 20 degrees la
Hotel Men Want Protection.
Chicago. III. An effgrt to further
protect themselves tgalnst the pass
ing of worthless checks it to 1 msJe
by delegates to tbe Western Hotel
Men's Protective association.
FROM TWO POINTS OF VIEW
BOOSTING THE OZARK COUNTRY
MISSION OF MISSOURI LAND CON
GRESS AT SPRINGFIELD.
It Is Desired the Outside World Shall
Know of the Cheap Land Op
portunities. Springfield, Missouri. One of the
things that Gov. lladley learned while
he lived in Kansas was that It always
pays to advertise.
That Is tho reason for the existence
of the Missouri board of Immigration
and that's ihe reason tho governor
came here to deliver a speech before
tho Missouri Land and Industrial con
gress, to help make a noise that will
atwact the attention of tho outside
world to the cheap lands, the opportu
nities and the resources of this part
of the state.
Tire people of Springfield and of
this section are ready to boost, too,
They filled the theater where the gov
ernor spoke and they filled the four-
story Cowan building where the ex
hibits of the products of Southern
Missouri are on view.
Gov. Hadley had 3 prepared address
but he departed from that and spoko
to tbe Southern Missourians about
their red apples, their yellow corn,
their llttlo red hens, their boundless
resources and their golden opportuni
ties. He explained that they needed
Immigration to populate and develop i
the sparsely settled country of Use j
Ozarks and that he Intended to do his i
share In telling the proplo of states j
and nations about those resources anj
Inducing them to settle here.
L. P. Ernst, mayor of Springfield,
welcomed the congress and J. II. C ir-
ran. chief commissioner of the state
board of Immigration, responded. H.
A. Buehler. state geologist at Holla.
told about the mlner.il resources of !
the state and the great wealth that
lit s hidden in Its hills and mountains.
Prof. Durward Copeland of Rolla told
about Missouri mining experiment
stations. Prof. K. K Buckley, presi
dent of the American Mining congress
of Joplln, told about the mineral
"BACK TO THE SOIL SAYS HILL"
The Railroad Sage Gives It as the
Only Solution of Present Econo
New York, N. Y "Hack to the
Thai Is the slogan of James J Hill,
save, financier and master railroad
builder, which ho would have employ
ed as the rallying cry for all persons
Interested In tho solution of the prob
lem of the high cost of living,
"Tho problem is not local; neither
Is It national." said Mr Hill, adding:
"it Is international. All i hrlstciidotn
Is wrestling with It. Obviously tl.e
world bas reached an ecoiioinlit crisis
We are not producing foodstuff enough
We must enlarge the fanning area of
the earth, we must apply scientific
principles to fanning: we luiihl adapt
ourselves to conditions as best we can
while we are going thruui.h tlifl slow,
tedious process of making the soil
yield more abundantly."
Another Way to Win a Man.
TuHa. Oklahoma. After being
sued four times In two ears for
breach of promise by Mrs. Missouri A.
Malone, a comely w idow. John Thomas
married Mrs Malone yesterday after
noon. The last suit filed by Mrs. Ma
lone Is still pending In tho district
court, but it will be dismissed at the
Old Rule Wins In Fort Scott.
Port Scott. Kansas The elec
tion ou the commission form of govern
ment here resulted In a vote of J70
for and Itj2 against. The Issue wat
defeated In every ward.
Telegrapher Diet by Cat.
Wlchlia, Kansas. Kumea from a
gas watr heater raused tbe death of
James 1. Htewart, a night telegraph
operator for Ihe Orleut railway.
Htewart wrut to the bath room and
i.gh'ed Ihe s'ove. An hour later be
at found dead In tho tub.
Sold Turkey Cobbler for $500.
Belvldere, 111. Mrt. Waller Porter
of this city sold the famout Porter
turkey gobbler to E. il. Hums of
Orient. H. V., for $'j00. Tbe gobbler
weight (2 pounds.
i few .
v 7i nr-i3i c. h
io y ill n ,v . v j r - tf l .a. " . i . - -
FARMERS ,T0 BOYCOTT UNIONS
An Organized Movement Started at
Frankfort, Kin,' Against
Frankfort, . Kamias. At a meet
ing here a counter boycott was or
ganlzed directed against tbe unions
who have joined the non-meat uslug
Tho declaration of Intentions Is as
"If this meat eaters' strike can be
mad 0 a matter of organized labor, and
Is carried out, then the farmer pro
posi s to wage an uncompromising t-at
on every labor organisation that enters
Into this boycott. They unite for the
first time in history against the labor
organizations. Not caly wt'.l they also
pledge themselves not to buy anything
mannfacturej by such labor organiza
tions for one year, but tbey will tdvo
cate free trade along with it. They
will not make it a party Issue, but
they will make It their jvolillrs, re
gardless of parly affiliations,"
Farmer organrzatlons In ail sections
of the state will be requested to join.
KANSAS DAY DINNER IN DENVER
The Principal Speaker of tbe Occasion
Was Charles M. Hargtr
Denver, Colorado. Tbe Kansas
Club of Colorado had Ihe biggest time
lu the huttiry of tho club a, ft an
nual dinner at the Auditorium hotel.
An elaborate program was provided.
Charles Morcau .Hargtr f Abilene
was the principal speaker. Mr
I larger occupies the chair of Journal
ism In the I'nit entity Kansas, and
is one of the three men who originated
tho Kansas Day Club in Kansas, 2w
years ugo. John D. MH'.iken, presbfen".
of the Northwestern Land and Iton
Company. Is the president of the club.
STOPPED THIS REBATE SCHEME
Commerce Commission Turns Down
Request of Armour Car Lines for
"Reparation" on Ice Shipments. -
Washington. D. C. An applica
tion by the Armour O.ir Linen to tbe
Interstate Commerce Commission .for
reparation against the Southern Pa
cific Company on shlpmen'sv-of lre
from lxs Angeles, Cat. to. Yuma,
Aria, has been re)etrd The com
mission held that the grunting of the
request would "open the door lo the.
grossest foiiu of favoritism anj re
bating." AGAINST THE PACIFIC MERGER
Attorney General Wlckershatri Ad
vises Against Abtngontng tha
Prosecution of the Case.
Wellington, D C Attorney lien
erul Wli kersnam rejwirt.d to the
president against the bandonnient of
tho Colon Pur. flcSnol hern I'arlllr
merger suit and it can be said 'h th
higlo t authority lhai president Taf;
bas opproved this reeotumi nda'lup
and that tho isstm wllf'b" pi eased' lu
the roorts to a conclusion.
For Pure Stock Food Alto.
Washington. J) Cr-Tlnittrnr slate
laws to govern the manufacture; ,ar)J
Inspection of all food intended fur d--
mi'stic animals wus urged at A mev't'
Ing here of slate and fedvral official
engaged In food control work and rep
resentiUlvea from various - uutiufac
Hirers of animal food. ,
A French War Sloop Wrecked.
Minorca llalearlc Island. ,Th
French war sloop, MartTal, was wri c.
ed on Minorca Island. . Three of ;r1ie
crew were d row tied .and jf'Hir Vthrrs
Corporation Tag Law Sustained.
Toledo. Ohio Judge K. W. Taylor
In the I'nlted States, -circuit "court
sustained the constitutionality of 'Wife
federal corporation tax law lu a for
mal order dismissing the sulf of
stockholder against the American Mu!
ttgraph company of Cleveland.
Columbia Will Admit Women.'
New Yotk. N. Y. Kor tha first
time la tbe history of Columbia tint
varsity women wlH be -admlted" to
courses In law sod medicine during
lie summer tetsloo of li 10.
tOCTCR'S CEST FORMULA
Fart RsmarMbly Quick Action an Colds
Tbla prwaei ipllon will frequently cur
tho worst cold In a day's time and It Is
a sure cure for any rough thst can be
ciifcd., "IVe--ounces Olyoerlne; half
ounce Conccntrule'v Pine; Put these
nito Unit a pint or good wninxey ana
as In doses of teaspminful to a table-
spoonful every four hours. Shake bot
tle well each time." -Auy druggist baa
these Ingredients In stock or will quick
ly get them from bis wholesale bouse,
Tbe Concentrated Pine Is a special
pine product and comes only In balf
ounce vials eyh enclosed In an air
tignt.rw-; uut be suae it la itbcira
"Concentrated." This formula cured
hundreds here Inst winter.
. y. 1 ,ltr
RALLIED TO THE DEFENSE
Parlor Maid Was Loyal, But It Is
Doubtful If Explanation Helped
Matters Very Much.
Walter Lonsdale, Dr. Cook's secre
tary, was adducing farts in praise of
Dr. Cook. , , .
"Ancl.thfse facts'. Re concluded.
prbveinjt Chiefs honor; and the oth
er side's -defense Is at weak as the
well-known defense of the parlor
- Mr- Lohafiale glahred ' at Ms lug-
gaga packed foe Copenhagen. Then be
laughed, and resumed.'
"Mary, said a mistress to her par
lor maid, 'what lima dM my husband
get home last night?'
"Not-till four, Diura,' tbe maid an
swered. . " ,
"I tknnght lb.' said Hie mistress.
Here, It's evening, and the brute not
"The maid bridled defensively.
"Oh, but, mum,' she said, 'he has
been up once, mum; but he Just drank
bis bath and went back to bed
Knew the CaiancUr.
They were little KirhVso small that
the teacher was telling thm abont di
visions of time, and receiving all Forts
of answers to her !uiplo questions.
The little girl who lived In a board
ing house was a year oldpr than any
of the others.
"We have learae'bat jears are di
vided Into mouths, months Into weeks.
and wee fcs -(trtf faya," said the teach
er. Now can any. one. toll' we how
tbe days are divided?"
The llttlo girl who lived In a board
ing bouse raised. fter hapd. ."and was
aBked to Bt-eak. ' - .
Mondays, Tuesdays. Wednesdays
and Thursdays, bef.".-KbalL glibly';
"Friday, fish; Saturday, rorns-d beef
arnkjlieana; stad ' Buatlay', "chicken."
' A.Jim's &t a TJolfae' More.
HI. hard Le Cnlllenne, the noted
poet, was . enterUUfytg - s - gT'iup of
aiagazlno vHtJiii nl- inrhen In New
To a compliment, upon his fatue Mr
Le CiUlief u aiild. ltghflw
lint wWiat la poetical fume In tMs
ago VrfVoe? ' Drily y.'nterday a
srhonlitoy "ranis and astrd1 hie' fop my
autograjilK J artiitrd wtlljiiglys And
tfc dayat'ntMkfasr time, the boy again
ljresont t htmeclf, s . ,
""Will roil clve me Tour auU'trmili
alrf i villi.
'Put,' nal'1 L-H.gave. you. my auto
graph yesterday. '
"1 swapped that and a dollar,' he
answered, 'for Jh iiirtogmpb. of Jim
JeffrleV " 1
Her Idea of Discipline.
One' day "recently, just 'after the
opening. of tbe Baltimore schools, tjfl
tearheie-of -w ptlhiary class hnd occa
sion right at the start Jo enforce dis
cipline. . ;' ,; a"
"Here, yvrig iiaant" riclnlroed.
indicating a pupil whose name she did
not ycf-fnow" JT-aar yorf laughing
Just ntiw-. TuaUwivn.l 'NO lnugB
ing lu. Oils. sviiool.'' .
"I s-6nlr thlilTIng about some
thing ma'am, said the youngster.
"Well, don't let that happen In
school again," said the teacher, stern
ly. Sunday Magazine, of the CVv
- Probably a. Female Doctor.
."My wife look avery' poorly, yoii
"Yes, do "
" lint do you think h,e r"eds?'i
"A new hat and new irreas!"
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AI Draacaata. tS aasats.
INSULT TO INJURY.
Shoemaker Well, If that Isn't all
right. Instead of paying my bill, bs
kirks me down stairs, and with tbe
new toots I've made him, too.
He who gives better homes, better
books, tieiier tools, a fairer outlook
and a better hope, lilm will we crown
with laurels. Kuierson.
P'l rs rruru its a to is hats.
r A 7.o ( IMMKM luimntft 4 to rnt a'r raae
.if li.-Siti. Hnn.1 H..O i i.r l'r.lniUiB4 Tilaia km
lu it ilaf tor m..na rrl uudU. alia.
Borne cemetery Janitors, unless
closely watched, raise vegetable's Id
the rkh graveyard mold.
u rvvtmi sm
I11 ra n..i ,i..y a frr.b ..i. ul ni.nl ibnaaataSw
Nirn r.iiia-h llwl n.na I i r Kai on f i a-mi h. Uive
II i u.ai aal rvTt in aona. 2Le. aoa ajat SiS.
The world is all gatea, all opportuni
ties, strings of tension waiting to be
st rue k. Emerson.
Clrar white clothe are a sign that the
hnuarkreper uare KrH Ooaa 1111 Bra.
Lsig 3 c. package, 6 crnu.
It might Improve the pound cake to
hit it wltb an ai.
Manv k h uw-41 to smoke lUc riirars are nw
moking lwia' hinlc Jiinder airtight 6c.
A friend Is merely a person we can
tell our troubles to.
"n 1 rsiKafcaf riitiau 1
FOR THE GRIP.
CA quiikly b (hwom by
' UVER PILLS.
Pertly aaLa ,
IMi and LkJipatioaw J1ay &o (kail liafy.
. taaaB tiXt, laa.ll Dan, Sat all Frfa.
CLNU1NF. atua br sifnaturat
i not a "f-l 'it is a nvMu me. and lb
imly mcdn in in ih wurld I t cms enlv.
Made tor the cow mid. ns itsname jtvn ?t-
a r..w i t as I'jrirnncjs. reiatnnl alt-r.
billli. slan lun.X ours, r AimI uil.'.er, and all
sinnlr a II n.i 11 ma ptuiwly and iui'l
cured. Noon who ki-cru cma, wtieihrr
mmv or f'-w.i an stt.od tolwi wiDn.ut K' AV
kl'KK, Il is niiiile ejci.illv lu keo row
krallhy. fuirt.. v" ki, Vh t f.
,u jenr l.iral 4. alar fur k.oW fcl lR..r aan.l
Ut Ilia RiMlii.fn. mrara.
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