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INSURGENTS IN WASHINGTON
PERCIVAL CONCLUDES HIS VISIT TO UNCLE SI'S FARM
TWO TRAINS MET ON TRESTLE
IW sjl sS)iyssa
RICH HILL TRIBUNE
A. D. MATTESON. Ed. and Mgr.
RICH HILL, ..... MISSOUIU.
Hobble, bobble, skirts and trouble
la ft "picture hat" ow-
Prone art hither,
What baa become of the old fash
ioned man who wore a double-breasted
matches are the
help, but tennis
only reliable cur
Volcanoes In Alaska ara spouting
Ore. Very likely tha Janitor la trying
out the flue.
Carrier pigeon a will baT to equip
themselves with electric motora or fail
Radical changes are announced In
the new football rules. There will be
no hitting In the clinches.
Newport la said to be crazy over
barefoot dance. This means more
work for the chiropodist.
By playing tennis on a hot afternoon
fat man learns to despise mere rain
as n producer of moisture.
Up In Maine an automobile ran Into
ft simple-minded bear. That waa get
ting art and nature badly mixed.
Duke Fran i Joseph says he Is In this
country after bear, and not a bride.
Nevertheless, he may get his eye on a
In Porto Rico oysters grow on tree.
That is very well, but unfortunately
tabasco sauce docs cot grow on the
Germany Is going to make laws gov
erning aviators. However, It Is already
a capital offense to fall 600 feet wlib
It has been proved that a Vassar
girl la not afraid of an aeroplane. Still,
an aeroplane does not In the least re
semble a mouse.
Remember, while copiously water
Jpg your UwHj that many a faucet on
the second floor 1 hoarsely muUerlDg,
"How dry I am!"
8. SENATOR THERE.
Judge Burke Wltli Backing of Taft and
Bslllngtr Seems to Have
Beat tie. Washington. Progressives
bearing the banners of rattles! In
surgency have won in the state 01
Washington. The direct primary elec
tions for nominations held throughout
the state resulted In an overwhelming
victory for Miles Poindexter. one of
the conspicuous members of the
original little band of Insurgents, over
Judge Thomas Burke, the regular Re
publican and administration candidate
for Vnlted States senator from the
state of Washington.
William S. Humphrey, congressman
from the first district seems certainly
defeated for renomination. Most like
ly two and possibly all of the three
congressional districts have been
carried by the Insurgents.
Poindexter, the count shows, has
carried every county In the state and
possibly Seattle, which has been the
home of Judge Pnrke for a third of a
Former Vnlted States Senator John
It. Wilson, retired from the race in
Judge Iiurke's favor two weeks ago,
doing so In the hope of making Judge
Rurke's nomination certain. He with
drew at the request of President Taft,
It was announced at the time. Purke
had not only the backing of President
Taft and Secretary Pallinger and the
administration forces, but the rail
roads, especially the Great Northern
and Northern Pacific. However, or
ganized labor arrayed against him In
almost solid phalanx Among other
things he was charged with being pro-Japanese.
GOV. CARROLL TO FACE TRAIL
Remarks a woman writer: "The
work of personal beautifying resem
bles that of a bouse decorator." In re
spect to calcimine?
Chicago will be a good place for
holding the world's brewers' congress,
as the tornup streets have given a
great Impetus to the bop Industry.
In some ways the preacher who
looks for baseball In heaven Is most
conservative. When the borne team
wlna baseball Is heaven to the fan.
September 19 is the Date Set Notwith
standing His Campaign for
Ies Moines, Iowa. Gov. V N. Car
roll of Iowa, who is under indictment
for criminally libeling. John Cownie,
former chairman of the state board of
control, will be tried on the date
originally set, Monday, September 19,
as a result of a conference of the at
torneys In the case, the governor
was Indicted July 20.
The Republican campaign opens in
Iowa on the '.'0th, the governor being
a candidate for re-election be has been
compelled to cancel a number of
speaking dates. It Is expected that
the trial will last three weeks.
-?J You I
WILL RECOGNIZE INSURGENTS
SECRETARY NORTON MAKES PUB
LIC REMARKABLE LETTER.
President Taft Admits Efforts to Diclp
line Progressives Failed All are
CALEB POWERS NOMINATED
The Campaign Was One of Most Bit
ter Ever Held in Kentucky
One Man Killed.
A new highball which costs $1 20 Is
being sold in New York. Some of the
sons of Pittsburg millionaires must be
spending the summer In New York.
"There's no safe and tano way to
fall out of an aeroplane," remarks the
Toledo Blade. Pooh! There Is no
safe and sane wuy to fall out of bed.
Lexington, Ky. In the primary of
the Republicans of the Kleventh con-
gretaiomil district, Caleb Powers, who
for eight years was a sta'es prisoner
on the charge of eonpliclty in the mur
der of Gov. William (toebel, on the
streets of Frankfort January 1SU0,
defeated Otm O. Edwards the present
incumbent by over votes.
The campaign was one of the most
bitter and vituperative ever held in
Kentucky. The only trouble which
occurred In the district was at Grape-
ine, near Hazard, when Squire Col
well shot and killed John Holmes In
a row over the election.
Aviators are to burl dummy bombs
at dummy war vessels at Garden City.
N. J., and then maybe peace will
find It eakler to spread her dove-Ilk
' Some enterprising correspondent
should now uncover a fleet o. Japan
ese airships ready to spread devasta
tion over the shark infestud waters of
Another woman has broken her lex
by tripping up In her bubble Mlrt. It
may be necessary to pass a lew sump
tuary laws or soon the men will hat
no dancing partners.
The weather man reports that th
toean rain fall for July was 2 21
Inches less than any July since 1H7
which bos It whs a wry mean
monthly rainfall indeed.
An Illinois man has invented
safety pin with two points Half of
the adult population, uneasily await
Information as to whether the women
will wear them In their belts.
RAILROADS IN A BOYCOTT
Beverly, Massachusetts. No differ
ence between so-called "progressives"
and "regulars" will be recognized by
President Taft hereafter, but all party
leaders will be treated alike as Repub
licans In the matter of federal support.
The president's view s to this effect are
given in a letter from Secretary Nor
ton to a Republican leader of Iowa,
w hose name is not disclosed.
The letter of Secretary Norton, in
Beverly, Mass , Sept. 16 "Your let
ters of tho ninth are at hand and I
have delayed replying until after the
primary elections. The president di
rects me to express to you and your
friends his deep appreciation of the
work which you have done and the
powerful assistance which you have
extended to the administration from
the beginning an assistance that has
contributed much to the legislative
and other successes which have been
"While Republican legislation pend
ing in congress w as opposed by cer
tain Republicans the president felt it
to be his duty to the party and to tho
country to withhold federal patronage
from certain senators and congress
men who seemed to be In opposition
to the administration's efforts to carry
out the promises of the party plat
form That attitude, however, ended
with the primary .elections and nomi
nating conventions which have now
been lield and In which the voters
have had opportunity to declare them
"In the preliminary skirmishes in
certain states like Wisconsin and
Iowa and elsewhere, ho was willing
In the Interest of what the leaders b-
llevcd would lead to party success, to
make certain discriminations; but the
president has concluded that it is his
duty now to treat all Republican con
gressmen and senators alike, without
FIVE WICHITA MEN INDICTED
Naftzger, Burt, Callahan, Temptetorv
and Earle Charged With Con
spiracy Against Government.
Wichita. Kansas The United States
grand Jury returned Indictments
agnlnst Frank S Hurt, former chief of
police; L. S. Naftzger. former presi
dent of the Fourth National bank, and
John Callahan, charging them with
conspiring against the government and
receiving and selling stolen postage
H. J. Hone, fnited States district at
torney for the state of Kansas, has
asked that Naftzger and Hurt be held
In bonds of JlO.coi) each and that Cal
lahan's bond be fixed at 120,000 for
the reason that he is charged with
conspiracy and stamp selling in two
Templetnn and Earle carry the same
penalties. Therefore. Naftzger and
Hurt are liable to u total tine of .10,
000 or ,10 years In the penitentiary or
both, while Callahan's punishment can
1m- a fine of llo.Gf'O or 40 years in the
penitentiary, or both
lenipleton and Knrle face ten year
A BURLINQTON COACH FELL
FEET NEAR HOLT, MO.
Only One Man Was Killed Althougtt
Smoker With IS Man Turned
Over Several Times.
Holt, Missouri. One man was kill
ed and IS iwmons were Injured, some
dangerously, In a heudon collision
near here, between Chicago, Rock la
land Paclflo train No. 201 from Chi
cago and Chicago, Hurllngton s
Uuluey train No. . The trains met
on a 35 foot trestle.
The Rock Island uses the Hurllng
ton tracks from Kansas City to Cam
eron Junction. The wreck was the
result of the Hurllngton train crew
leaving Holt without clearing orders.
The trains were running at high speed
When they met on the trestle, a mile
and a half from here.
Luther K. Wilhoit, the station agent
at Holt, knew that the Ro k Island
train was coming and that the wreck
was Inevitable. He told the persons
around the depot of the conditions and
they got the handcars the section men
use and started up the track.
The men who left the station were
not more than half a mile away when
the trains met on the trestle, which is
on a curve. The Hurllngton train;
made up of a baggage, enr, smoker a tad
chair car, was much lighter than the
Rock Island and could bo stopixd
easier. The crews on both of the
trains saw that a wreck could not be
averted and, after throwing the emer
gency brakes, the men jumped.
The brakes brought the Hurllngton
train to a stop qickly. but the heavy
Rock Island tmln couldn't stop It
hurled Its weight Into the other "plug''
train, which was thrown back more
than SO yards by the Impact.
Haward, who was killed, and prac
tically all of the injured were In the
smoker on the Hurllngton. This coach
was thrown from the track to the bot
tom of the fill. There were 13 men
NakNlkttlilii mH m mm. Impmw i
Manton Hair Invt(frVe ariTaa AmnArnR.
tue aalr troa falling eot, maksa hair rns,
it rw ha. Prpitifc. or wttjr lt?tr irouniax
Uiiiltou Fa l aw nil. Thar inta ItU
tonauaaa, xiallutton fte tr1il lmrirMI
r.m lh VUttVWe MOtilOPAIHlO
HUM! RfckUDV CO.. FklUlkl. r.
The best Investment possible b a
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER
t hi F.U1U..C tlC LLk,LUl7
GRANULATED EYELIDS I '.
Murine Doesn't Smart-Soothes Eye Pain
DrwrUi Sri Mmim Era . UttM, 25. Mt. II tS
M- m &, hWit TottM.2So.il
t BOUK8 AND aDVllG YTii-H bX MAO.
Murine Eye Remedy CoCUicago
L - t
Keep your face always toward the
sunshine, and the shadows wUl fall
behind you. M. B. Whitman.
ir tow rar; mix iu.it,
flrt Red Ciom 11.11 Phte. th beat Pall
LIim. Largs t oa. packag only cent.
tieneroslty does not consist In tir
ing money or money's worth. We owe
to man higher succours than food and
f.re. We owe to man, man. Emersotv
Just Like a Girt.
"Her cooking school habits
good deal of bother to me."
"She always wants me to taste the
gasoline when the automobile Inn't
OREGON PLAN IN NFBRASKA
AMERICAN ROYAL CATTLE SALE
The Aberdeen-Angus Association to
Sell Some Choice Stock on
Reslnol Is Appreciated and Highly
Recommended by Intelligent people
In All Parts of the World.
i I highly rcoTimend Resinol Olnt
j irent to all persona who are trouble
; with ekln eruptions of any kind. I
bave found these preparations most
j ureful and efficacious In many ca.e.
iL V. Ryan, Bed ford Sj Londuo.
"I want you n take rare of my
practise while I am away."
A Majority of the Candidates for the
Legislature Havt Entered Into
Omaha. Nebraska 1 he ranv.ns o
the vote of tho recent primary elec
tions on members of the to house
of the legislature shows that tae Or.
gon plan will be almost ceit.iinly
carried out in the ele.-tion of a t n'tcl
States senator to succeed Senator
lUtrkett, regardless of the political
complexion of the next leg.s'.atusc
Of the emocrats, 21 of lh ::,! :ui.:i
dates for the rena'e and .j of the let
Kansas City, MisMitirl. What is
without question the greatest event
that will take place In Aberd-en -An
gus rlrr;es in tne west ints season i "Dut. doctor. I bare Juttt graduated,
will be held at Kanvas City during : Uvo bad little eiporletue."
tho week of the American Koyal Show ; -you don't need It with my fashlon
In form of an Aberdeen-Angus (ale. , gle patients. Find out what they
The offering should attract the at- Dave l.-n eating and stop It. find
tentlon of Aberdeen-Angus breeders,
stockmen, farmers and rangemen ad
jacent to Katma City, bex-aus It has
been selected from the leading herds
of the corn bell. The entire ofTerlcK
was Inspected by Hecrelary Oray for
j Individuality and ha a!o been suu
! Jerted to a rigtit Inspection for health
! and tested for tuberculosis by corn-
netent veterinarians This Insures
conclusive proof of healthy animal.
; The majority of the animals are young,
healthy, fresh and clean, in the ptnk
! of breeding condition
; The Hereford sale of fine stock w'll
' be held on OcU.U-r 14. Three head
out where they have been summering
and nd 'm somewhere ?e."
They Enter Into an Agreement Not to
Buy Goods From Illinois Manu
New York, N. V. A policy of re
taliation against the Illinois Manufac
turers' assoiiatton that nil! amount to
a business )Hcott of all Its nun. hers
is being formed by the railroad of the
country 1 hi fact became known here
when several '.astern and Western
r.illro.ci atid one or two men high In
I'asterti i. uni lul c ircle cnK-'t-'cd In a
M-crct und thorough discussion of the
attack which the uimi. iuMoii has male
ngiilnst t!he railroad before the Inter
state commerce, i ommUrton In the In
creased fielght rate Investigation
EDITORS GOING TO ST. LOUIS
candidates for the house ar
of "Statement No 1." while on tlie
Republican tide 13 senator, al ran'!',
dates and 47 legislative asplra:.!?
have taken the same pledge
sutlers I will be the limit to any one breeder.
Robert Lincoln O'Hrsou, editor of the
rot(in TrancrlpL Is a great admirer
of the thrift of the Vermonters, but
thinks sometimes they carry It to
O'Prlen tii up In Vermont lat stinv
i trier and went to dinner with a friend
' who hud some political aspirations. As
j they nui.e to the door be Jeard the
I Indy of th house say to the b?red
' girl: "I see Mr Jones has o:mbody
i with Mm for dinner Take those two
big potatoes down to the ce.'.ur and
bring up three small ot."
THE CZARINA IS DYING OF FEAR
CHOLERA IS INVADING ASIA
From European Rustia It i Spreading
Et A total cf 182.327 Ciicl
Physicians Attending Her In Germany
Find No Other Reason for Her
"Be temperate and slow to anger
sleep and eat regularly, go in for ath
letlcs early In life and keep limber,'
are some rule for a long Ufa. Also
look both ways before crossing th
A Problem In Flnncerlng.
New York, N Y That govern
ment weigh.-! of the vailous s'oani
i hip dock In this lty, on a salary of
II a day. weru able to deposit from
Jl.'.'ti! to I'J.O'iO a month in saving
batik was the amaiiug teveluiton le
veloped in the I'nlted Ktaie circuit
court, where three welghei are on
trial As a result there I to be a
general grand Jury Inquiry
The Democratic Kres Miocuimn i
Will Mt There September 23
Two Ssions and Banauet.
St l-oul. Missouri Arrangement
for the meeting of the Hemo.ratlc
Press association In St. Louis, Kep
teniher 2:1, were completed hero The
convention will be culled to order at
the Southern hotel at 10 o'clock and
there will be five minute talk b) edi
tor The evening session will begin
at the Southern hotel at ti o'clock and
will bo followed by a bai.ciuet. after
which there will be aililresse I))'
President Simmon (' the iN-mocrstlc
Pre association, Joseph 11. Shannon,
chairman of the state committee; en
t;ov. A M. IKxkery tuid Representa
tive Champ Clark.
A CALL FOR THE GOVERNORS
Western Extcutlvas Asked to Meet at
Topeka September 22 to Resist
Increased Freight Rate.
At their recent convention in Den
ver the demist decided that kissing
would bave to be abolished fur the pur
pose of saving the human rneu. Would
a human race Uiat had abolinhed kiss
ing be worth saving?
A Massachusetts preacher cays tbert
will be baseball In heaven. The en
joyuieut of some of the enihuslusti
will be spoiled, however, If It shall b
found Impossible to throw thing al
the umpire In heaven.
The season for flsh and snake sto
lies baa been rather poor. Motit lr
quality and quantity, the output bai
not been up to the staudurd. It It
feared by some theorists that the es
tablUhuieut ot the Ananias slut
tie acted aa an early frost to it
ToiH-ka, Kansas Gov. Klubh Is
sued a call for a meeting of Western
governors and business nu n to devise
plans to resist the movement of West
ern railroads to Increuso freight rute
The meeting 1 to be held at Topeka
Pad Nauhelm, Germany. "All the
medical treatment In the world rant
do the c.arlna any permanent good
Wha'. she nerd I peace of mind
She Is suffering from a morbid and uti
coti'iucrable fear for the lives of her
husbatd and children, especially tht
Thi statement wa made by one ol
the physician In ftt'o!ntire upon the
rarlna who I trying the ettnaey ol
the famous I'-ail Nauhelm After two
week of treatment the ph aidant
found no organic malady in the cm
ANOTHER SUGAR MAN SENTENCED
Former Superintendent of Refinery at
Williamsburg Get Two Years
and 15,000 Fin.
New York, N. Y. Krnest W. Ger
biacht. former superintendent of the
Sugar Trust refinery In Williamsburg,
wa sentenced to two years imprison
ment In the federal prison at Atlanta
(la . together with a line of $",min by
I'nlted states Judge Martin. He wa
tried and found Rullly of defrauding
tint government by the false weighing
Pt. Petersburg. Russia 1 he cholera
epidemic which, orglnatlng In South
ern Kin-sla, has rluHiicd already up
wards of lHi,(it'i) vktlum. 1 at retelling
Its wuy airos Astatic llustla and
was tiMl. iully declared to threaten tho
provli.ee of Amur In Southeast Siberia
and separated by the Amur river from
.Manchuria The report now In
possession of the sanitary bureau
Show a total for the aensoli of 1S.".1'7
cuac w Ith s::.u:t death.
CHARG t D wl TH" SUA UN G GOLD
Whin a Laborer Returned From
Noma He Had Bullion Valued at
414, 3 15 and Was Arrestad.
a Norwegian laborer,
charged with dealing
the sluice, boxe n' the
Mooniliiner In Brooklyn.
New York. N. Y --Kor three weeks
O. w loom null iimo v-- 11 111 u)n i hiimii i . . ,
i.. .. ii,li.., ...,i ,,, i en Sepiemner ;.nu ismuirpimiaui
i . . ti,. i...iir. norm auu mu.i...
and tank used In the manufacture of
the whiskey were discluned when a
Are started In the house.
I Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri,
Illinois. Iowa. Wyoming. Colorado and
Vtah were Invited.
A Divorce Mill Record.
Sprlngtlleld. Missouri In a little
mom than two hours Judge J T.
Neville, In IMvislon No I of the circuit
oourt, granted 2(1 divorce and dl
mlsued seven villi I for divorce, a num
ber of nulls being pasted to later In
Mary Ate Bath Perfume.
Pittsburg, Pa. Mary Rojesvsky.
a Polish girl, employed by a wealthy
East Knd family, la dangerously Ilk
Ibe result of eating bath tablets.
Canal Will Earn Five Per Cent.
WHihliirton. I C The Panama
ranal Is expected lo earn at least S
per cent on an estimated Investment
of ,r,oo,ou0,000 according to an ofllclal
of the department of commece and
Live Stock Meeting at Emporia.
Topeka, Kansas The Kaii State
Live Stock association has issued a
call for a meeting at Kinporla Septem
ber 20 to consider the proposed ad
vance on live stork rates from all
Defeat For Senator Hale.
Augusta, Maine. The victory
Muskogee Adopts Commission.
Wukoge, Oklahoma Hy a vote
of J.l)4 for and 1-r agaltnt. Muskogee
adopted the cotumiMlou form of gov-ersnieut.
Maine Democracy mean that Charles
F. Johnaou of Woterville will bo se
lected as a Democratic senator to
succeed Kugene Hale. The iH-mocrats
bave :i majority on joint ballot.
Democrats Claim Arliona.
Phoenix. Arliona. Conservative
estimates based on returns reseived
at a late hour show that the Demo
rrals bave elected a majority of dele
gates to the constitutional convention
company of Nome. Tlberg was unucr
suspicion last Kuiiiumr lie arrived
from Nome on the ut cuius III p Senator.
Soou after hi arrival lie Bold to the
I'nlted State assay tilllce gold slug
for $H.:4.'i and exchanged the check
which he received for a I'.i.miti drift
on a Portland bank and $:..:! I.', cash.
He was about to leave fur San Fran
cisco when arretted. Ho will be, ex
tradl'ed to Nome.
Witness, in Packers' Case.
Chicago, Illinois. One hundred and
t'fty subpoi iiu lor pucker and em
pU yi s of the big l acking concerns
a e i 'mm il rcturmbln November 1,
Sor w''::e;: to be und by the gov
ert ii cut In the pru( cutlon of the ten
!i. pd of h: les concern for violation
i'." me 4ir -rust laws.
Chtslon far 150 Prcai.hers.
V. ar.'e . sluirg, Visvuuil - One hun
rtr'rt in! I'lty presbyter!, : tulnitmrs,
i! I t.it's to the .icdal'.i Prer by I cry,
rat ('own to Mid chlc:, n dinner nt
I he Ci ttterview a)rebyivrtan 'churclt
given by ttie ladle.
Did Not Like Retlrtmtnt.
St. Ixml MIno:iii. After an ae
live career a a member of the Mer
chants' exchange, retirement palled,
ou Martin Ininaa, 5 years old,
wealthy merchant, and be killed him-elf.
The Wlh Is Father to the Thought."
Dr. Robert U Waggoner, the presi
dent of Ualdwlu university, said. In
the cours of an address on peda
gogy at Pore. O :
"And ono of the mot remaikahle
change In the last 30 years of teach
ing Is the abolition of corporal pun
ishment. A boy of this generation la
never whtppad. ut s boy of the Ut
I)r Waggoner smiled.
"The bo of the last generation."
he said, "must have believed thai
their Instructing all bad for motto:
"'The swiah I father (o the
Coffre'e Weight on Old Age,
When prominent men renllte the In
jurious offactj of coffee and the rhunc
la health that Postum can bring, they
are glad to lend tholr letlmotiy for
the benefit of others.
A superintendent of public- school
In a Southern stale says: "My moth
er, since hor early chlldlknod, was an
htvnternto coffee drlukar, had btx
trout, led with her heart for a cumber
ot years and complained of that wek
all over fvullng and tck stomach.
'Some time ago I was making an of
ficial vUlt to a distant part of th
country aud tok dinner with one of
Ibe merchants of the plnoo. I noticed
a somew hat peculiar flirvcr ot the cof
fee, and inked him eonoernlng It II
resiled that It waa Poetuan. I wwa so
nloased wtU It that, after the meal waa.
over, I boutfbt a package to carry
home with me. and had wife pre
pare soma for th next meal; the
whole family liked It so well tbat w
discontinued coffve and uiod Poiudi
"I had really been at time very
anxious concerning uiy mother's con
ditlon, but we noticed that after using
Post um for a short tliuo, she folt so
mucn bettor than she did prior to Its
use, and bad little trouble with hef
feeart and no slclt atomsrb; that th
beaduchea were not so frequent, an4
ber guuerni coudttlon much Improved.
This coutinued until she wa a well,
and hearty a th rest of us,
I know Postuiu baa benefited my
self and the other member of th fara
fly. but In a more marked degree ta
th case of my mother, a ah was
victim of long standing.
1m the WKvrt A '
sara trmm ttM la (Use. 1'fca?
! irasx, atav taUt f stwaaasa