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TIIK HOCK 1SL.WI) AIUJl'S. TUUHSDAV. AUGUST 13. lOli.
, " THE ARGUS.
j I'lihli-hK) Pjilv tit C4 tWond av
ti'ie. Rti'-lc Ilan1. Ml. Kr ;jp ed at the
!..;. flir , fror,(!.iia, matt-r
Hark Ilaa4 Mrmdrr of Ike AurU1r4
Bv THE J. W. POTTER CO.
there is no r ason to believe that he
wiil. or a .-I. any of his :r: n Is cr ss:;-
Tie M.lwaukev Journal witch is a
I,a i'o'iefte newspaper, ami w ! ose ut
'(;asi are geueiaily s-ij ;H.cd to e
inspired by the senator, nas ihU 'o
guy about Roosevelt a.id his new
"Roosevelt ludicrously s.ssem that
Tf.P.m-Thi fr.v per ok, by car- he is pervaded by a yearrin; and pur-
rier. In Rock Island.
Complaint of delivery service should
te m1 to the circulation department,
which ehdild alio be not'fled in every
Irstanre whr it la desired to have
fapr discontinued, as rarrlera have no
authority In the premises.
All commur l-non of irrnmntitlT
tharacter. pclltlce! or religious, muat
real name attached for publca
t!en. No f.ct. article, will be prlrttd
vver fioltlou signatures.
Telephone n e'.l departments: Cen
tral I'niar. .Vnt US. 1M and 1145;
fnlon Electr.c. S14:
Thursday. August. 15, 1912.
i.ose to ret: the tariff, which w
knew is a talshood. Fine;- during the
nearly eg'i' years that fce was In the
White house he took no step to re
move the taiiff b irdens from the pe.
pie. or to curtail in the slightest ile
grc the loot which h'S favorite sup
porterg exaou-d throrg'n it."
Word comes, from various points in
Wisconsin that Wilson will be sure
to tarry that state, stronely repuhii
cap thouch it is. From ail reports
the New Jersey governor nr.: only w .11
carry 'he state, but his majority wiil
The people of Wisconsin believe
progressive principles. By the same
"ok.n they pay less and less attention
ach ;ir to party lines. Mr. I. a Fol
lette has taught the people of that
stato that party lines mean nothfrs.
and that proeress can be progress just
as well under democrats as under re-
t'hf m. They have had experience, and ,
the!r opinions are worth listening ' .
ty den t ht-bitPte to state them, t
cither. 1Ii.:-yre a'.l highly respected.:
; P'.tt. oh. dear! thevre not a bit rest- ;
: f'.:l. i
"ost of them have that keen look
about them that makes you think of j
. a sharp knife. 1 guess I look that .
i way myself. They don't look as if ;
they could sit down and rock and f
chat a little without saying some- j
thing; momentous. They've got to !
work all the time or they think they're
: wasting precious moments. They're
always fcrging ahead, never content
ed with well-enough. Theysd rather
' be brilliant than eat, and they're so
tiif.vhk r.iviM? IP tiif. RncKi'G energetic about bettering conditions
cn ir. fr everybody that they can't take
"Oh. vou do look so delightfully do- enough time oft to snuggle any one
.".,,, , , baby and make it happv for an hour
mes-tic, siehed the professional v om- -. . j , --j
playing with it. And I aidn t see one
an- woman there who looked as if she
She dropped down into a w idearmed i could draw a big man's head down
chair and regarded the friend she was on her shoulder, in his trouble, and
visiting a comfortable looking worn- comfort him just because she's a
The Wisconsin people, be- an w.rri race piac-iu aim rosy. woman.
This will aurely be a area' year
fur cropa. political ones Included.
In he meantime e still hav the
tariff qutioti and the ultima cm
aumer with 'is
(ause of 'he.r faith in Senator l.a Fol
ette. would ha-, e pre'erred to aee prcv
er-'ss'.ve ,rii:cip!"s tri'iiuph under his
d.recion: but since that was not to
be they are ready to see the same prin
ci: Vs brot.ch' to a fruition un ler (lov-
ernor Wils.-n. whom thfv recognize someihir.g that keeps them hustling
"It's just a rest and a Joy to look ! "And yet it's vou professional wom-
at you." went on the visitor. "I've en who are paving the way for the
just come from a meeting where all test of us." mused the other. "We're
the women are 'something.' They're reaping the benefit of your work,
doctors or presidents of clubs or art- Sometimes I've envied you out there
Ists. or philanthropic workers. or in the world."
9r -DVMCAJ ft. SNtTH
JIXG 1-acU to nature
In the summer time.
Cutting out the city
With Its want and crime.
Hoeing in th- garden.
Chopping c"ris of wood
Or iwvt simply lonfirs
&". H'a miKhty good I
Hisfng in the morning
At the peep of day.
Trampir.it through the meadow
Or the new mown hay.
Sometimes strolling atreamward
Where the fishes bite
And returning homeward
With an a.pitite.
Talking with the neighbors.
Honest, aquare and plain.
On Important subjects.
Such as cutting grain.
Hitching up the pony
To the one horse shay
For a drive to nowhere
At the close of day.
Goit-g back to natura
For a week of rest.
Eating country victuals
With the old time zest,
Laboring or loafing.
Bidding troub'.e fly.
Gaining strength and vigor
As the days Rn by.
The Argus Daily Story
The Two Partners By Sarah J. Rathburn.
Copyrighted. 191:. by As.'mtated Literary Bureau.
i Peter Moreheud and Joliu Springer .
were partners in a mine they were de
veloping !ti oue or i ne western go.i
fields. Several other prospectors had
their eyes on Morenead ii':d Springer's
bole in the ground, and their giauces
were covetous, for It was sfrougly sus
pected that there was weaith at the
bottom of the digging.
These other men were Iletiry Sey
mour. Ben Lyle and Shui Miller. They
met one eveulng In Seymour's shanty.
; aud the topic of conversation fell upon
j the Morehead-Sprlnger property. Dif
ferent plans urere proposed by which
they might get possession of It. aud
finally one was suggested by Seymout
; that met with favor on the part of the
other two. The scheme wan to put its
owners In such a position lhat the prop
erty could be had for a song
A few days later Springer u;sap
i reared. Miller produced a knife on
i wnicu were human blood soots th .t be ! loI to ,lle ttWm and on his arrival
said had been found near the More 1
head Springer mine. The conspirators j
; went to Morehend's shanty and nevus-
ed him of murdering his partner. More- !
I head indignantly denied the charge, but j
could give no cause for Springer's dis- i
But the nest day some one else came
wh. was uot exiected. Morehead was
pn. iiig his cell in an agony of suspense
tiiii'ii be beard steps in the corridor
and n if not her moment who should
stand looking at him through the bars,
but his partner Springer.
It was a joyful meeting, though
Morehead was so overcome by the
cluitige from death to life that he sank
down in a swoon. When he recovered
Sprinter, who was in full possession
of his faculties, sent away the Jailer,
and the partners held a conference"
alone. Springer revealed the fact that
he had been lo!d on the day of his dis
appearance that there was a telegram
for him tit the railroad station some
tea miles distant: that his Informer
believed that It announced the serious
Illness or death of his wife, who was
in the east. He bad ridden on a gal-
; appearance. Whereupon the three men
A Glorious Future.
Incited a number of miners to join with
had been arrested and spirited away
on the next train that came along. Y.x
tradftion papers had been procured by
creditors of his in the east In support
of a criminal charge of embezzlement,
and he was taken e:ist for trial.
How m'lr'.i the conspirators had had
to do with tills kid'uipins the partners
"Tid you know that the Hennlngn them and hang Morehead to the limb I di(1 not know except that Lyle had in-
.Judze Archbtild may not ': serve ai!
that is paid of him. but he ileKerve,
the Jolt he is gettirg
Xichoja Ijcnawor'h set-ma to he de
voting hlf t rn to watih:nc th s on
board and ta;. itig notuint .
The :ewet dance of the season la
called the "hore trot." n;t it will
have to o some to beat the mo se
A Chicago woman hs be t. arrested
for a'eal.ng her cook's j'-we;r. . No
wonder it has become so bard to kfe,
' "Hereafter th f.il! d-ity will be .!-mande-1
on punk '' Tha' h well, ih'-re
is too much of the stuff In the ro.in
as a proEres-ivp of the real type.
Thanks 'o !ji Follette's teaching,
the people of Wisconsin are not rie-
eived hy Rnj.''v-lt an-i his "progr-'s-s
eisrn." The know that while Roose
velt was presii'iit - was as fur re
moved from the rea.1 progressives as
Aldrirh himself, aud thev prefer to
mea6ure the man by his past acts
rather than by his present words.
From the best reports from tn
I'-arlzer stute. Wilson will P'u a stron
iirst. wi'h Taft and Roosevelt brincing
up the rear. Prominent s'a'c officials,
elected as republicans, have announc
ed their intention to vo'e for Wilson.
out arming peopl anjl butting mo
hII sorts of things. They're all well
set up women trim looking and busi
nesslik". They've goi inde;end-
"Vc.i needn't," declared the other.
"We're doing something, it's true.
Eut we women who have given up .
the rocking chair for the office chair, j
are miss;ng a lot of the best things '
ont. thoroughly capa'de air ai.out in life, after all.'
THE FALSE PROPHETS
( v. u- York Time- . !;:bo:it the proceedings of
In his second It tier to '".ho Strang- moose convention at C'hu;i;
cis" scattered throughout I'ontus.
Galatia, "Cappadocia. Asia and Bithyn- ;
NO III THKIti:. KITH I K
Out ill (ihkiand the big buijiirti of
Pan Francisfo, hf recall is not auc-l-essfiil
either. The mayor and two
commissioners were the taigeta of the
socialists and near socialists and oth
ers who ha'1 gri'-vamis ata nst the
rnui. ic pal ai.'inlnisti aijon.
It was charged that these officials
ad Interfered with 'he right of free
"speech by their attitude toward met
tnss held by the Industrial Workers
of the World Alio that the city ofB
,lal had evaded referendum provi
ion if the state law in in'.king cer
tain leases of c;ly property and in
granting o'hr privileges
' The main attack was based upon
the trouhlfs of the I W. W. with, th"
j.olice. and the socialists la'! logh
Yopes of throwing the ir.iiiiicipal ad
Tnlnlst ration out of ofT.ce They failed
completely snd Oakland is vindicated
of all auspioon of being under the
domination of revolutionists
- When the rec:i!l doesti f work, when
it only subjects those who invoke it
to losses and disappointment and
leares th objects of their animosity
mora firmly sf-Hied in power than he
for, it speedily loses j's charm as a
means of attacking pi'M.c officials.
Then it fstj ttitii disuse anil disfavor.
It is one thing to make nm laws and
nutte another to get out of them
what those who most arden'ly sup
port th m count upon oManiing
Oskalof sit. Iowa Fire starting In the
basenieni of t'ne vValton Cloiliing cuv--Hliv
l.erp Wednesday caused $."iii.u mi
ilamage in the business district.
fietroit ri. W. Hpringer has decided
to accept the post of secretary of the
National Kducation association, to
which he was electej two weeks ai:o.
the bull ;
not have more exactly uesuibed tlr
spirit and purpose of the greatest of
the false riroiiheis and the most dani?- I
ia." Simon Peter, one of ,be Apostles. t.rf)US b(, ai,, h(1 has invok(?d th(? re. j
warned them against the 'arceptanre liszious fervor of his followers to sus- j
of the strange doctrin -s that would ;an t'ne destructive heresies" he,
). prea.h'd unto them. sa-. ing: teaches. Ail false prophets have pur-;
There arose false prophets also sued the snm1 course, have wrought i
among the people, as even as there with the same weapons, have worked 1
shall be false prophets ainotig you t,p in the hearts of their followers that '
who privily shall brim, in destructive ecstasy of spirit which has blinded1
heresies. And tn?ny shall thf:it to a .har apprehension of the)
follow their pei nicioi'.s ;;;.s: by rea- .danger and disaster into which they
sen or whom the way of 'riiiii shall world he piungerl. It is so with the I
be evil spoken of. And in cove'ous- Mohammedans, who are taught lhat!
ness shall they w ith f isiicil words death in fighting for Islam means im-!
mediate tianlation into the happiness j
are going south to live?" of a tree.
'N"o. And what will they do there T" Under the leadership of the three con
"Mr. Henning will buy a tract of i spirators an eliort was made to force
land, start an orange grove, raise early Morehead to confess, medieval melh
vegetables and perhaps engage in the ods being employed for the purpose
poultry "business. " ; They put a rope around his neck,
"You don't tell inel' threw the other end over the limb of
"Yes. He has decided upon the mtm- a tree and slowly raised him off his
ber of trees he will start with, what feet. Twice under this strain be faint
vegetables will lie the most profitable ; ed before he yielded. Then be agreed
and has written to commission nie
about handling his products."
"But where will he get capital for
"He hasn't worked out that detail
So Different Now.
make merchandise of you.
Presumptuous are they, self-willed,
they tremble not io rail at dignities.
" Tlit se ate springs w ithout wa
ter, clouds that are tat tied with a
t'tnK'-t. j.-or ujn i, they speak
great swelling words of vanity, they
alitir" through much wantonness those
AX ADAM LESS ED EX ; " --4 -hem
that live in et ror. While they promise
them liberty, they them sel e are the
servan's of corruption.
If Simon Peter had been writing
to the people of the I'nited Stati s
New- Orleans Hundred': of deposi-
MISS FRICK RUXS
it is the same with the ;
( 'ionai colored people of the ;
ti;tty of their religious as-!
tea vsitcd ,
l-yW a-B. r.t the
13 l ,'iW)i
semhhes when 'hey think they see
ihn.iifch their tears and in their cries
for merry the open door to the heaven
li is ho with the delegates to the
oii !! Ion at ( iiicago. 1 licy have
been lakeu oTf ill ir feet. Ii is emo
ional. if exaspeiating. and will pass
away: hut it is dangerous to the peace
of the community while it lasts.
"The children say so many bright
"I suppose you did also when you
were a J onngster." j
" Hi. many of t hem." i
"How we do change, don't we?" j
MMlh TW UN'S I'llulMII I V.
Samuel 1, i lei.K r.s. affect jyiately
"known to America and ihe world as
"Mark Twain, cou'd read the hand
writing on th- v a.l. T.e llo-ion Trafi
sc.ripi retails that tun days after the
inauguration of l,reh,(j,.,;t Taft in li'oy,
Alark Twain, in an orieinal manual ript
which lame to I'gh; after his ieath
In 1911 pieril.f.d tha' Colonel ftoose
Velt had th" presideiitiri'i fewr nr.il
would run again in 1'.'!.' He ejipresaetl
Ihe profoiindi at ct at i ,tt u.. h.iweer.
that under Taft tie nation was to
have four year a; least of ;x ace
"Astronomers ass ire us.'' w rote Twain,
"that the attraction of nra itatiou on
ttie sur.ate of the sun it. l'S times
powerful as Is the 'o-e
surface, and tha the
lie .1. '':::ic' Teutonin halt k . t uet.i to move hot lhat ihuv clrrtt
day. w here the hi st oiv ; nd before the train could he brought
!." per (en', was paid by to a standstill, the engine hail gone
receiver. Some u:ie apo state ow-i uieir manes.
:ir!-rs -'-' V,';:
examiners ( icseu
ptt'siiiivch The dead body of a man
who rcgi'i'ored at tiie Fort Pitt hotel
?s Harry (lilmore of Baltimore. !d ,
1 was found ir his room Wednesday.
Tin man had he- n.-hot nmi a i" voiver
was graspul in h'.s r'tlit hand.
: Murray Bu'ler. presin-'it of Coiumhia
'university, was the gi; .5 of Km p' ror
William at !ii:h h"on
Mlii Helen FrlcK
New York. Aug I." The onl
nine Adamless Kden i:i fxistence li
I ehii.d n big s'one wail at Thomp
sons forr corners. Beveily. Mass.
There, bidder, away from spying
i ,.s I'ljearild Helen ("iav Flick,
Pfking -Three de!-!a:is. including
T-r. htn Tao ( hfn t.f th" Chinese
board of fnnnce. have left here for
Boston by way of Siierj:i to attei d
'en the in tert at iona ! conferei. e k rliatu-
U rs of i ommei r i.
O'lionnell's death was almost in
' s'atitai-eous. for his head was clearly
sev. tid from iiis liody. Kmmons died
al ly in the evening, his injuries being
so severe that no hope had been held
! out for him by th physicians. The
, injuries to l.avin were the woist about
1 Lis head. ;,ithough his right arm was
cut off near the shoulder and three
Njchoiis r'l f! wp'p h'Oen. PCnimons was
aiso nae.iy mangled, nis right arm be
'ing neariy seererl ard hf' waa badly
I lirirsed ai out lh; i.otiy. He was prob
ia dy injured internally.
Tiie core. er. Charles K. Hurd, was
called and will hold an inquest today.
THIN BE AOREED TO CONFRH8.
"Tonne Closetist is en-a-ed to Miss to confess if they would grant him a
R,ivi, thei-Kuv" regular trial. By this time the number '
"Yes." ' o' lyncliers h:id grown to quite a
"But 1 heard him sav he doesn't ex- crowd, and the conspirators lost the
peet to marrv for some vears vet." control. The majority were in favor
"No. And when be does marry he j of granting a trial, and Morehead w-s
will probably pick up a woman with' taken to jail.
monev." Seymour visited the prisoner and
"Then w hy is he engaged to Miss ' tolfl Dim unt m' ni"1 heeoine convinced
formed Springer as to the telegram
and had kept the matter a secret, so
that Springer's arrest, which occurred
at night when no one was at the sta
tion who knew him. did not become
Fortunately Morehead had not let
Seymour know that be suspected him
and his two pa! of having hatched a
plot against him. and Springer had not
aince his return seen either of the
three. Springer had been detained
some time In the east, during which
he had made an arrangement with his
creditors. He had written his partner.
and the conspirators had been on the
. watch for a letter from him and Inter
j cepted It. Had Morehead consented
j to the sale of his Interest In the mine.,
j which was two-thirds of the whole, the
j plot would have succeeded, nis re-
fitsal had placed the plotters In a po
I sitlon that grew more hazardous every
And yet. now that their rlan had
been frustrated, the partners saw the
I futility of proving it against them.
I They decided not to take advantage
! of the law to obtain redress, but to
I achieve their revenge themselves and
! by conceal methods.
Morehead was set at liberty without
any prolonged legal process, ne was
permitted to go without even the form
of a pardon. He wrote a note to Sey
mour thanking him for his kind offer
of relief when he was In trouble, and
Springer spoke of his partner's arrest
and accusation as a mistake a mis
take that had nearly cost Springer his
life. So interested was Morehead In
j securing the vengeance he was de
J termined on that he played his game
with remarkable naturalness, and so
"He sayashe gives such a swell llttla
Sunday night supper."
of his innocence, that Morehead would
far asSpringerwas concerned all he had
to do was to say ns little ns possible.
One day Springer went to Seymour
anil told him lhat they needed a little
capital in order to proceed In the de
velopment of their mine. If he would
like to invest a little money or had
any friends that would like to do so
he and Morehead would be glad to
take them in Seymour bit at the
"I like peach crcniii the bef. Ilon't
"I can't say that I do."
"You don't mean to' any that, you pre
fer common vanilla?"
"No. I hang my hopes to Mme.
Catrhem's lily face cream."
need money for h.is defense and that . book, and Springer, who knew by this
he (Seymouri would buy his interest in tin, wno were his accomplices In the
the Morehead-Springer mine, which I ,t that had nearly cost Morehead
would give the accused the necessary I his life, fell sure that Miller and I.yle
funds. would be taken inlo the Investment
This gave Morehead a suspicion that i nnd on Hip "ground floor."
the accusation made against him was ' It was finally arranged that Seymour
a plot to gain possession of his prop- I nnd the other two should visit the
erty. He declined to sell. The trio, j mine at night, since the partners ex
who now realized that they must get pressed a fear that aouie outsider
him out ftf the way or In the end auf- , might got wind of what the property
lyin.Ion William Marst rain, a notor
ious intern. i' rial pickpocket, was sen
tenced to six months' hard la'.-.or ul
, My daugh'er of Henry ( Frick. bank- How fs,rp( t p!u. f.01;M . pi(.k;
. r and multimillionaire, is cnnd,iti:.s .. ,lf ,.rfs,r vV-il,m n
a summer iolo::y for girls, where there
is i,o gossiping, rn f.bidng no flirt.tig
and no frills There "o young F.ves
trom the Back Bay. minus rats and
swltche and dressed in gingham
gowns, have romped close to nature
iliil of Ya-sar
i oiit ge and M"aiiug
Rs all summer
a- the t arth's n u said that Henry C. Frick cn-
ohject Which n krno the Ot,in,vs onl 1 Hur,,CA.
Vetghs :iT pound .ls.ewh.re would anH c,r.e. .rH iviok,.,,. , no,.
ly farms to recognize that a fortune
eigh .(iitti pound there For i-eveu
esis this country has hvn smfher
(nm under a burden like that, the in
pubus representing n the person of
president Rooee!t the difference be
tween :i7 and 'i.'teo Tt ftn's he. we
ot rid of this disastrous burden day
Vefore yesterdav at Ust Forever'
jVobabU not. Probably for only a
trtrf bfgthillg p-
air. lart. we mav hoi e to eat hack
jome of our heal'h in four vars He
jjiav avpet f to have Mr Boose-. e!t stt
i g n us aain with h ttnc the
tegh' of a.y other pi eshient ial bur
jen that a hostile pro-, "l.tice could
finpoae npiii u-s for our sins
"Our people have adored this showy
Jhariatan as perhaps, no impos'er of
til breed has li-n adored sinie the
made in the old Sab m days of full
r'geed ships Med ford ruin and slave
trade i.- no better than one ma'l" in
the Pittsburgh trade in coal mines and
s'ce mill He Mays in a sotf of
perpetual had humor over i' too
"Of course should not tei!.- said
one of the girls, 'aid Miss Flick will
wh. rein. under mp;v be wild, but we've had m h
Constantitiop'e An American relief,
experii'ion for the sufferers by tiie re-!
cent eanliot.ake in Turkey left here
Wednesday .1 Cornell Tarler. second t
sureiarv of th.. I'nited States eni-I
bassy. atrompanied by four doctors;
dispa'ched by the local branch of the i
American R-d Cross societv, sa:Iedtn;
the station ship Scorpion. 1
Sinva. India Peace negotiations '
which have l .-rn proc-eding l.efeen ,
China an.! Tibet at Lhasa for some;
time have n a'tc-.l a point l,'f a s-t- j
flenient may he ex-cTcd at any ;
ment. The Til.ef.ns. who r.rt- v.-s.-ls !
of China, revoi-ed at the time of th i
i n U !
Altars tha Build.
It 1s the trag'dy of life
r.feke what you can of that
If you i re wealthy ynu are plump;
If poor, you're only fat.
fer for their crime, besides not gaining
their end in acquiring the mine, manu
factured evidence against Morehead.
At the trial they produced a witness
who swore that he had seen the knife
found by Miller in Morehead's posses
sion. Other witnesses were brought
forward who swore that they hail
On the appointed evening the three
accomplices visited the cabin of the
partners and were shown some speci
mens of ore that they were told had
recently been taken out of the mine.
These lumps were so rich in gold that
they made the would be purchasers'
af.-4 ,yjt-7 r:- 'fii,-.- ;
11 jet v .1
. ' -. -I
F.tshiftns come and fashions go. but '
beans are always deemed stllsh for
Good lung action seems to be one of 1
the requisites of a successful politician.
Some men can make more noise
keeping still than the uproar of scores j
of others. j
heard high words between Morehead j eves turn green with covetousnesH.
nnd Springer the day before the latter ' Then Springer offered to take them
had disappeared. There was not a ' into Ihe mine and show them ore not
scrap of evidence that did not come In- yet detached lhat would corresjiond
directly and secretly from the ton- ' perfectly with the specimens they had
t;pir:ttors. but. there was quite enough ! Inspected
of this to convict the prisoner. ! All five proceeded to the mine and
Trials, except hy Judge Lynch, are
People who are the limit are usually
out of reach of reason.
necesari!y prolonged. Seymour and
those In league with him endeavored
to create a feeling among the people
that Morehead's conviction would fall
! through and they had belter take the
j matter Into their own hands. They
went so far as to incite a mob to at-
went down Into If. Springer carried
a candle, which he lit at the entrance.
When I hey reached the bottom of the
mine the candle went out. Whether It
was blown out or extinguished by a
draft Is not known. A few moments
later Springer dashed by Morehead.
who gave a post a blow with au ar
tack the Jail, possess themselves of trc ; fln, rt down a dozen Ions of earth
V 7 . . c outbreak of the Chinese revolution and
ii-P.-.Ul 'II. II il OUKUV tO !; lOia
"The p'ar Is owned and run by
M.ss Frick. The g,ri rame from
Boston and Miss Frick pa.ts ail of the
expenses She r.Hsier.ed the estate
'Iron Kail' to signify how stead'astiy
we are golr.g to keep our resolutions
"We agreed not to wear ras or puffs Andrew
rr rrn. of any kind
fevere fighting ensued between them
and the Chines government.
Initl e t ... . ... . " I
nation wl.l w.n, htm back ap.in fllrf hlv(. on , ,umnr wUh
Z A'rlc. uT ? ,;.1 n '"J;S - man except the pokv
" is supposed to lower her eyes.
v " ' - "Nearly every eveninir some of the
mi l l UIUVWI(1IVM Ui, from Beverly
f I l.a- me i- ..1
ti.e rei-tt :i u o.
THREE SLEEP ON TRACKS;
ARE MANGLED BY TRAIN
Iowa City. Aug 14 Three men
O Iontiel, aged 4
r-iiiuiuu. ar.a jams i,avin. 4n, are
dead here, having been run over hy a
Cleveland. Aug 14 Woman'a stif
raee has di. tded Cleveland's foremost
hous" against itself. Samuel D.
Vainer, one of Cleveland's multimil
lionaires, ;s heip ng finance the Cleve
land Association Opposed to Woman
Suffrage ami haa announced eontribu
th r.s to the state movement. His
Charles daughter is prominent in the work of
"I am doing what I think Mrs.
twitch engine as they slept on the .Mather would have me do if she were
tracks of the Cedar Rapids and Iowa
City interurl.an ra;!wa. All of 'lie
ltVit g now." sa d the father.
When Vrs Mather died, a large
fsiis drive hv
roaresaivea within i'ri.ir.e aud j ;aying on b: njoes. but w
! an pr-v. as ".'.tiiiguished never make a sound We
u-.en were unmarried, but Kmmons and portion of the millions she held !n her
O'lior.itell both ove.i w:h their moth
ers, .i ho are tvidov.s Iiv:n iiefj
Albert Trumpp was a'so a member
from the Roosiv.lt personal pushers.
ill line c i soli i'y for Governor Wil
r :i n. xt N., .-nibt-r is indicated in
ra'euients by Senator I -A Follette The
l;-nator i,, et said cr intin-iated that
jie 1. : ji. r-.-if w.:i ofe for Wj't.on, nd (
very nicely without them
"When men are away, gjtis never
have any little differences or jealous
ies. Of course tome prefer moonlight
walks an-i spooning and at; that, but
n:s way is fo much more sn..
o' the tarty of
the tracks yesterday afternoon to en-
j 'j ' io r.'.selv.-.-, i.ut he did not ':
now a o:i the Hacks, but slept to the
h'"'.e of th. ;,!.
The trj,;.TT.en said
own right descended to her daugh-1
ter. f'onjuri'-. From other sources
M ss .'..':-cher ir,i:e r;"ed legacies until
fbo s now considered one of the
-r, that w.nt. up wealthiest, if r.o 'he wealthiest, of
It Is hard to keep on good terms ,
with the weather even though it doesn't
turn the cold shoulder. j
If you'd like to see everybody sit nn
and look interested start a rumor that
tiie cost of living litis ceased aviating
and Is reaching for the parachute.
It is hard work to work hard, and
the majority of us would rather let
fatber-ln-la w do it. ;
Getting Into the swim has a lot to '
do with comfort during the hpatedl
In spite of all the dictates of fash- ;
Ion one can see hy taking a stroll down j
any street that fat persons haven't i
gone out of style a Mf. j
Iioul tfu' method don't look " bid :
when yon are on the side ti.,- won ;
nd have you- err- f red or t -e so ."a '
Ht thr-v 'vh:5-
Mis Mather Is usine her own
n.-ne to l.e'.r :r.c ;o-fsi euffrage
Sfca has o;e--ad her fa'her's pala-
'lied and gave plenty of Wuiain. for , tial hime to inee'lngs of suffrage!.
"What a lor of oir fanioned lellefs
bare teu shattered compiefely la
thee modern diys "
"Weli. ton nerer t eur snytwMiy ad-
vise c young cotpie now thht two can
live as cheap as one." Ietroit Free
prisoner and hang him. It was onlt
by the steadfastness and bravery f.f
the sheriff thru the plan failed. Hear
ing of It in time, he armed a nitmhef
of deputise, and whn the mob appear
ed declared that Morehead would not
be gieu up without a battle This was
more than the conspirators hail bar
gained for. In order to make capital
for themselves they advised tiie mob
they had incited to retire, and More
head was again saved from being
Working in this way. under cover,
the three men crested so much bitter
ness against the accused that he was
finally conrl'ted ami sentenced to be
bacg.-d By this lime be had lecoine
sensible that bis enemies were de
termined to put him out of the way
and felt Mite they would succeed He
sent f .r Seymour nnd offered to sell
him ti.e mine If he would arrange with
some of the witnesses to confeos that
they had been mistaken In their evi
dence or bad perjured th'-lilselres.
Seymour said he couldn't consent to
pur-dia-e evidence, but be would buy
t lie mine, ur.d the condemned man
could iic the money received for it.
as he might see fit. They did not come
to terms, nnd Seymour went away ray
ing that he would thnk the matter
over and come to see Morehead again
the next Uu.
The next day the partners reported
lhat they had lost their mine by Its
caving In. but that it had turned ont
fo be worthless, so It didn't matter.
That was the lat that was seen of the
partners In that region, and they were
never heard of In any other Three
men were noticed to be missing, but
they were not sufli dent ly Identified
with the community for their diB
pea ranee to cause nnv especial com
ment The Morehead Springer tnlno
rave-In f 1 1 remaii'. a monument to
a 'ti-.e of oovetonsr.esH wherein there
was nothing lo coveted
Aug. 15 in American
Ifili! Kvaciiat ion ot Fort Ieerlortj.
near ile of Cbltairo. by the Amer
ican garrison and massacre on the
march by Indians.
1M4-Battle of -".rt Kiie. Canada.
The A merit an garrison under leu
era I F. I" Oaiiies repulsed h heavy
attack by the British
1R.',R-First Atlantic cable messHge.
The cable was frni Valentin. Ire
land, to Heart' foment. X. F. The
first mes-ai;.. of ninety words, from
Queen Victoria to President Bu
chanan, tool; ;ij.ty-seveti minutes io