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I Mississippi I jg Legislature I INCOME TAX PROPOSITION. Gats a Overwhelming Majority is th House. Jackson. llississippians n,ve an income of WfiOO year or over wi" future have to pay taxes on thir in comes, if a bill jaed by the house of representatives today goes through the senate. On the fiual liue-up tho bill was nn i passed by a voto of 84 yeas to 8 uays. OUTSIDE UND0WN1N6 .BU-.SiS tax on income! from 3,auu to i five mills; the rate on Incomes from $5,000 to $10,000 to $15,000, ten mills ! from $15,000 to $35,000, fifteen mills, and twenty mills on all incomes over $25,000. How much revenue this tal I will raiso Is problematical. Chairman Stennls stated during the de- I bate that it was a difiicult mattor to T. ,,:,.. biu nrohibiting make any sort of an accurate estimate f n ' . ot but it was believed that it would produc. 5. S"r te. U ?TLrJL Tho 21. engaged with reveraisimeasur.. fW bouso bill No, RUST DEED FILED BY FARMING COMPANY PLANTING CORPORATION IN DELTA GETS READY TO OPERATE. FASSflES SENATE WITH AMEND MENTS H0O3E DISLIKES. tfrwetibits Corporations Owning Land in Mississippi for Agricultural w Fanning Purposes. . i. .lUn,.. Tn m tl t nn to tne incoiue is dui, - ".! i n,. ,...am m.iaurM wore nassed. U islmost a duplicate ot tno measure n. U missing. Several amendments were adopted, one making the act effccti.'O j3.rJ i. 19U. The bill was bitterly WO raised and the tax on patent medi- vendors was reduced. Insurance comuanies not authorized to do buitne.i in Mississippi, but who wme poiiuie- ui i " rr j . h .. i. "VTrt mi nrntiPTiv in iuia Biatvi v fot.gUt on tlie IhKr tne - riie tune of three per cent. on .11 s given o a motic, to j P Missiippli tl iSc b,ll .. finally ftw. tn.lwitb an additional $1 on every policy .statu it will go to the house, where nn. rJkm Kvolv time is expected. Tho ong' liwl bit! paaed the house by a large ma j,.rir. If the house reuses to accept i wnate amendments that will send it fcti't to the senate again. MONEY BILLS ARE SIGNED. Governor Gives Approval to Some Im portant Measures', written. Labor agents who come to Mis sissippi to employ laborers for use in taxed $500.. In a bill fhftf nil ward w ith practically no oppost tion. This tax is intended to be pro hibitory, in order to keep labor agents out of the state. Anti.Frnt Bill Goes Through. The house passed the Russell bill abol' ishing the fartornal organizations or Greek letter societies of the Universities , Mia!iBsinni. at Oxford. The bill was 10 debate. BILLS STOLEN FROM SENATE. Bill ;tm. Rrower aiimed the bills making -eiaM. rr cent the legal rate of interest passcd by a Votc of 77 yeas to 23 nays, !r7 VfesiisHippi. ai'J exempting from tax-l By ngrecineut of both sides, there wai tion ufl money loaned at six per iim or less. 'Itflf-o are perhaps the moat impor tant measure passed by tho legislature up to this time. No apprehension of a pubwnatoriai voto was felt in either out, but the message announcing that trm 6ilh had been approved was re spited with much satisfaction, especially among the members of the Farmers' r'Dkwy who lad earnestly advocated this tefnrm of the state's financial system. The enactment of the new laws docs noi. mewi a readjmcment of credits dur ing fie current year, or cancellation of .c -nisiandiiw loan, as they do not become operative until .January 1, next, Mil in the mcauliins bankers and money tamlcrs will have ample opportunity to .make necessary adjustment. Employers' Liability. The McLaurin bill to abolish the fol Jow tiervant rule so as to give the em iil rii-hts in court as accorded nier persons was called up. An amend ment to the bill was offered by Senator 'MeLanrin to provide that any contract in m-itin!?. which alters, modifies or charges part of the act shall be null and void. The bill is one of the most aWnprf att he railronds that has brn offered at this session of the legisla Jrast,ic aimed t the railroad that has M;imn.dK: it can be applied ly a per- whether employed by a corporation r in Hie kiti-hen of a private noine. tn- of the bill there is no ' i . , ! V. r-apc for the employer, unless . hroufili proof that the fellow servant as not guiltv of negligence. Iu other wowfs, the employer is held responsible for the ads of the servant, whether it be thiiir,'h negligence or otherwise The im sort of law, not as drastic as the Mi-Uiiirin faw, is in force in England. 1 ii full was pussed 27 to 6. Forbidding Corporations Holdin Lands Had Enemies. a sensation at the capitol when it was discovered that nouse dui v son. known as tha corporate land kni.iinir hill, had been stolen Horn tne flies of the senate. The bill passed the house about two weeks ago and was reorted favorably to the senate. It was nlaeert in a fllme caso in tne omce w the secretary of state, to await its tur An lm senate calendar. W'hn Rome of the senators went to the filing case to take the bill out for a.aiirnmpnt on the senate caienaw n was discovered that the bil had been ab stracted. Tl.. iliscoverr of the theft created a great tommotion around the senate end of the capitol. Diligent search was made for the bill, but no trace oi n coiuu u found. The bill whicn Has aisappea.eu nrnhiliits corporations from holding or owning land in the state for agricultural or farming purposes, it n oven u.v tcrly fought from the time it was intro duced in the house. ID FOR NEEDY VETERANS $500 IN BANK TO RELIEVE CASE OP 5Urrr-Kiu. Much Interest Attached to Document Be cause of the Fact That Gov. Brewer Is Financially Interestd. 'aoo City. A deed of trust was filed in chancery clerk's office of Yamoo coun- ty involving more than a quarter oi a million dollars, and is of etate-wide in terest because of the fuct .that Uoy. Earl Brewer is largely interested in the matter, and tho further fact that legis lation is now pending in the legislature that may have ft very important near ina on the future of tho transaction. Tho instrument is o aeca oi trust to secure first 'mortgage bonds of the Silver Creek Company, of Washington and Yazoo counties and involves 4,538 acres of rich delta lands lying in this and Washington counties. This was men tioned some months ago when it was stated that options bad been obtained on these lands by a Massachusetts cor poration, tho price to be paid betng JO per acre, including the livo stock, farm Inn implements, etc These options were closed some time curly in tho year, and tha comnanv was then formally organ ixed, and bonds are now to be floated in the sum of $270,000. The trustee named in the instrument is Charles T. Plunkett of Adams, Berkshire county, Mass., and are mado payable at the urayiocK na tional Bank of that place, with 6 per cent interest. FARMERS URGED TO ORGANIZE. Government Will Assist in Eradicating the Cattle Tick. Columbus. Tho orcauization of a live- tock association to protect nnd further the interest of the Lowndes couuty stock owners, is advocated by J. A. lucman inspector in chaise ot tno Duroau ui animal industry, United States depart ment of agriculture. The bureau of an imal industry is doine hard and effective work in assisting cattle owners of the infected regions to drive out tho cattle fever tick. According to statements made by Mr. in a letter addressed to Dr. E. L. Thornton, inspector in charge of the work of tick eradication by dipping Tats in Lowndes county, to fully appreciate the benefits of the work of tick erauica finn In the counties of Mississipl now- engaged in that work plans should be made early lor tne aoveiopmcnv ui cattle industry on a business basis, hav ing in view the improvement of the herds and an mcrcaBe m tno nuiumi cattle raised. The averago value of cat tle in Missisippi can be qmcKiy aouDiea by the infusion of blood of registered cattle of different types. . , , Special Order Issued From Hcadquartei Oi Mississippi iviu U. & V. Headquarters Misa. DivNU. C. V. Kraiidon, Miss. , Special Order No. 3. . - i I nf Saul To tlie Lominanuerii u v.u.i- -- Divisional The Major uenerui w mantling the Mississippi Division U. C V., calls the attention of command. rt thft I0110W1I11C AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL Dispose of Many Measures. Two more of the appropriation bills completed their final legislative stages Friday. They were the houso bills ap propriating $11,200 for the state libary o,,rf i n.ooo for the use of the state summer normals. The senate killed tho house bill imposing a tax of 10 a year on each physician and surgeon in the i Tim Mc.L,aurin dui iu ti.o Mlow-servant rule of action in dam- a, .,;ta was nassed by the senate, xno fhro rfrainnire bills, dosigned to settle the controversy fn the Tallahatchie drain- ago district, were passed Dy tne senave H. Xabor Agents Are Checked. Tt. 438, an act to place a privi- I-.,, iinnn nn each emigrant or em- tWmMrf agent, or persons engaged in i.:..;.T iw.r ot Rolioitinc immigrants or tiilmn-rs in Mississippi, to be employed !. Wnnrf the limits of this state, was Mllirf for passage by Mr. Stennis, of the wavs and means committee. 'rite bill proposes a tax of $"00 on .i,-h aent "f the sort, it ;,. fli fact that agents from Ar- nd Alabama have been drain- t. tho sf!.o of labor, much to the dc- labor in certain planting ititlri. t. Tlio bill passed by a vote of .T to 10. GOV. GILLETTE AT JACKSON. .! Address Legislature in Behalf of Pana ma Exhibit. Jackson. Gov. J. W. Gillette of Cal .fnrnio. Pnhert Newton Lynch of the California Development Company, and Jules Guthridgc, representing the San Francisco exposition, visited Jackson in the interest of the big exposition to ue i.nlj at Kan 'Francisco ill 1915 to cele- hr.f- fh nneninir of the Panama canal. Gov. Gillette addressed the legislature and urged tho appointment ot a com mission to arrange for a Mississippi ex hibit at tho San Francisco show. LITTLE FARM WORK D0NJ5. Not Five Per Cent of Tillable Area Has , Been Broken. Jackson. It. S. WUaon, of Columbus, without opposition. The balls nave ' f nericuUurei bureau of plant r (-j..- Arw.rfiv mifl dpmonBtration via v , asks that they use dilligence in iu.. therance of the request, to-wit: Mrs. P Yercer of Greenwood, Wiss., cnuir- man of the maintenance committee, ap pointed by the United Daughters of Con- fedcraev at wormian, ui of caring for the worthy and needy -.iraf. VAferanB. who were not provided for at Boauvoir, by the slate, ... . , 1... .l nr,ur nhnnt write! that biio nas on -- i:nn f tl, Si. 000 which was generously donated to said committee by the asso elation of bankers of the state, in their ii ....,( nn ah ureenwoou, as Ittvc ....... - - - ... some other contributions from the dif ferent chapters of the U. D. C. of thw state, and is anxious to have it applied to the relief of wortny ana ue, Afanv nick and dependent veter ans have already been added during this tii,i ,i..tr hv Sirs, lergcr, out t."u cannot know of all who need help, thcre- fnT h nnnoals to commanuere i camps tc aid her in this d.str.uution by informing the president of the V. U. C. chapter of the county of these worthy . . f fl.nir nivmns. which ana nceay vuiei ---- ' she will at once report to Mrs. Verger. In case there is no chapter of the U. D. U in the county, then the commander can report direct to Mrs. merger. a amount is small, commanders of camps will be prudent in their recomme..u tionsfi remembering that this fund is only to relieve the worthy and needy veteran. Tiie major general commanding bespeaks for the camp commanders prompt and proper action in this mat ter so that the worthy and needy may have such relief as can be given by the distribution of this fund; he further trusts that the donors ana me Confederate women who conceived and executed this most laudable undertak ing, uiav have the prayers of every Con federate veteran; to them through Mrs. Yeager, the devoted and indefatigablo chairman, the thanks of the MissUsjppi Division is hereby esieuaeu. j bless them. They are ever doing some thing for the "cause" they loved. By order ot pXRICK HENRY. Maj. C. S.'A- and aiaj. uen. v.u. Div. U. U v . JNO A. WEBB, Adj Gen. & Chief of Staff of Miss. Div. U. C. V. BIG PLANTATION ORGANIZES. RIVERS AND HARBORS DILL. Smallest Amount Carried Sine the Bill of 1894. Washington. The. rivers and harbors annronriation bill for the new rwcai year, completed by the house committee, carries $25,9ij,010, llie smallest amount since 1894. The larirest of the improvement ap- nronriat ons 11 tho bill are a,4uu,uuu ir Ohio river, and for tho Mississippi, $5,' 050,000; Missouri rvlcr, ?uu,uuu; jciw warn river. S70O.OOO. and lonuesaes river. t350.000. Ail appropriation ot 3uu,uuu u iui for the nurchaso of tho Albemarlo and Chosapeako canal, end $400,000 is made for tha Uiscavno bay. Miami. "The present bill is much lower tnan in many years," said Hcprescittaiive Rnurlcman of Florida, chairman of tho committee. "This was made desirable by reason of the treasury conditions and Dossiblv by the policy adopted in 1010, which enabled the engineers to estimate within ft fair degreo of exact ness the amount of money that could bo judiciously expended each year. nnsspn the house, ana tins com their legislative journey. The signature of the governor will make them laws. After the Match Trust. One of the liveliest fights of the whole session is being conducted on the bill the house of representa tives bv Hon. Louis Nicholson of Wash- unable to do any work of consequence ington county. Industry, co-operative and demonstration firm work, and Mr. J. W. Wilis, of Grenada, district agent ot tne aepart ment In charge of North Mississippi, are among the visitors at the capital tMay on business. Mr. Willis states that the tanners in the northern part of the state have been $10000 for Summer School. ff-ni. Mimmittea crave ft favor- We rep'irt on the bill for an appro- nal printiun of $10,000 for summer normal -li.N, W.000 for 1912 and .,000 for Salary Bill Killed. tk -Vmnrm-v clerks won their . . fight known as. the "saiety match bill." Mr. Nicholson proposes w ohuihifr-lv bar the deadly explosive "parlor" or other sort of frictional .f,.v, from the state, and to require .... ..... i.t. v hut. t io "saieiy maicu uw sold in Mississippi. inwards pettinsr cround in readiness fil ths season's crops; that not more than k nor cent of the acreage to' be tilled has been broken However, it is expected that the soil will be in first-class condi tion when spring finally opens, as the ground has had several nam iret- during the winter. acaiint the bill to put them on the sal- vr basis. There was a meeting oi tne judiciary committee and the clerks and film sliwiffs appeared to protest against the bill being reported favorably. The committee concluded that by placing f licMii on a salary basis woidd mean de struction of the efficient service that ts Hn created through the fee sys- . ... .. l ..A ,;tk an tm. The Dill W8B rrpuneu amendment which will affect only the . sheriff' department. Wantsunicipal Music. That "music hath charms to soothe" i evidenced by the bill introduced by .mator Greaves of Madison county, who fins a measure authorizing the aldermen -f niiinirioalities to vote city funds in npport bands for the purpose of giving public concerts. He thinks that the juvrrnnicnt ought to furnish something lisf. besides worry and tax collectors, be cxnnwsed It, and is' of the idea , tint moiiey spent in band concerts in ioalitfcs in the summer is money wWl ptmt and Is. a.ptcp toward giving .mn sOrt of benettt worn, me guvc. Homeseclters Locate. tToffi-nsbhi-ff The party of homeseck- ra n-lm rpached hero on Wednesday purchased 1,100 acres of cut-over lands frim a E. Cummines ft Co., and will at once begin erecting homes and mak- mWrrLto events of the. brilliant winter raising. j"s . , will have 2,000 thorough Drca cm:."' on his farm by October ot mis year. THE MANSION RECEPTION. Brilliant Social Function in r.cner Legislature. Jackson. The legislative reception v.. .Tnenfiun mansion was one ot Shellmound Corporation Will Farm SO, 000 Acres. Greenwood. The Shcllmound Plantv r- on-i- fh recent $1,000,000 cor- poration given charter by the state, held its organization and election of officers and board oi airectors wii-u n ing results: W. S. Barry, president; G. A. Wilson, vice-president; O. F. Bledsoe, t. .rntnrT and treasurer. Directors: W S. Barry, George A. Wilson, C. E. Wright, T. R. Henderson, O. F. Bledsoe, Jr., and W. R. Humphrey The capital has all been subscribed, and the interest, ing feature of it is that the entire amount is subscribed by Leflore county planters and merchants above 'noted. Extensive preparations are being planned for tho activities of this rorporation, which will operate fully 30,000 acres of tho finest lands to be found in the rich delta, and all latest modern methods wil be installed. Going Back to Cotton. va.nn. The farmers in and around u-n ..a mnUnir preparations to ,. iDDUU o . nf. considerable cotton tins year. Tl.ov have fa en out Willi peanuis a money crop and tnuiK it - depend on vegetables for a money crop; however, they will plant some peanuts and vegetables, but will plant cotton n the money crop. Must Furnish Own Meat. Vic-ksburg. Dr. W. U. Jv'gcr oi Bruns wick, states that planting operations m his section aro late this year. He says, for the first time since he lias ueen a planter, he has refused to agree to iur nish his neuro tenants with meat, and has given the negroes ample warning P .... .i AMr that herealter tney must raiu meat. AGAINST PUBLIC OWNERSHIP. Taft Tells Congress He Disapproves Hitchcock Plan. ' Washington. President Taft informed consress that he did not approve of Postmaster General Hitchcock's sugges tion that tho government buy and op erate all telegraph lines as an adjunct nf the nostal system. Mr. Taft Baid that if it could be shown tnai tne puu lio would benefit by receiving service at a less price than is now paid he might thing differently of tho plan, but that n ii urn n not convinced such would be tliB effect. After referring to the practical wiping out of the postal deficit and other lea- turns of Mr. Hitchcock's administration of affairs, Mr. Taft, in transmitting the postoffieo departments report to con gress, said: . "There is only one recommendation in which I cannot agree that is one whinli recommends that the telegraph s tha United States should be inn a nart of the postal system ana nnorn fori in conjunction with the mail r . - , .. system. This presents a 1"' " rrrivprnmfnr. ownership of public utilities o" . . .... v ! which are now Deing conuueteu v yn ip ontnrnrlsn under franchises from the government. FREE SUGAR REMOTE POSSIBILITY. Underwood Can Find Nothing to Make Up Revenue Deficit. Washington. "We have discussed the entire revenue-producing list from agate to line in an effort to find something to substitute for sugar as ft revenue pro-, ducer," said Representative JLJuderwood, ".nti we have come to no decision." Advocates of free aucar have suggest ed many things that might be increased in order to produce tho $60,000,000 in rnvenuo from sunar that would bo lost should that oommodity be placed on the free list. But free sugar the remotest of nnnsibilitics. inasmuch as the committee r iJO, is puzzle to mane up ior re '"-- that will result even iroiu .-"" duction. May Close Pool Rooms. The Monger bill providing for the nf nnol rooms, was passed by the senate. The bill requires all poof . :,. 4l,o i.tata to close at 7 o'clocK .t nlit and prohibits minors from enter ing such places. II tne nouoo u.. with the senate the bill will practically close up all of the pool rooms , in thf state. ni.(nl unason in tho capital city, From eicht to eleven p. m. ft large majority of the members of the two houses called to pay their respects to t.h Governor and his charming wife, nnd the occasion was replete wnn enjuj throughout. Thn snacious parlors, norary wiu state dining room were beautifully dec orated, the color scheme appealing xo artistic sense of the guests. Urlm- nn carnations were the prevailing llow- er, and they were everywhere in lavish profusion Tax on Peddlers. rr Rtennis called up House Bill No. hoimr an act to amend section ibiq nf the Code as amended by chap 75 f the Acts of 1908 and ehapter 05 of the Acts of 1910 so as to provido for . nru-ii.r. tav on parties oiner wan i.....e. - -;- . t... i ii producer peddling vegc wdw, d Uen were ridinf in 8ur. melons, milk, butter, eggs, poultry or automobile owned by Mr. mntt or other farm products, and to J w vvwn Sue for $30,000. Meridian. Suits were filed by Mrs W. Foster, Mrs. J. F. Britt, Marie Gough and Mrs. R. K. Gough against Leo Lutz. claiming sums aggregatin $30,000 for personal injuries received in an automobile accident. Mrs. Gough and .4..:i,- nf ttaid act the word! "wheth er sold by the producer or not" and ..,htihitn the words when sold by . the producer or such producer'! form or dairy help. L HEADACHE is just a symptom. It is Nature's way pi showing a derange ment of the stomach liver or bowels. Help Nature with the best system-cleaning tonic, OXIDINE a bottle proves. Tbe Specific lor MJwia, 6uTU mi Ferer, and a rotable remedy for all dittoes das to ( ocdered liver, stonuKh, bowda mi kidneys. SOo. At 1W DrusgUt '.,..... ,.v.aS Wsoe. Texaa. Chest Pains and Sprains . Sloan's Liniment is an ex cellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and in flammation. . A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. Here's Proof " I have used Sloan's liniment for nan and can tatify to Ita wonderful efficiency. I have uaed it for acre throat, croup, lame back and rheumatism and In every case it save instant reuei." REBECCA JANE ISAACS, Lucy, Kentucky. SLOAN'S LINIMENT . t I, is excellent ior sprains ouu ' bruise. It stops tho paio bg very quickly. , Sold by tU dealers. Prlooi 23o., BOO; $1-00 To Demonstrate Farming. FvPttc. Tho Illinois Central Hul- road Company has established a forty acre demonstration farm on the prop erty owned by Dr. J. C. Mcwmr, oi Fayette. The tarm is sdoui nan nnnth of Harristoa, on the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley road. It will be oper ated under the direction of the company agriculUiralist, C. N. Brumfleld. It is said there will be twelve of these farms established by the Illinois Central Kail- road Company in Mississippi. Lute, in which he and two boys were seated, crashed Into the rear of the sur rey, crushing it to pieces. Mr. Lutz carried $10,000 insurance on bis car in case of accident Show Dynamite Farming. rinveland. The PuPont Powder Lorn' pany gave a demonstration at a point nn and one-half miles cast of Cleveland, and on the McLean place, showing the various uses of dynamite on the larm Gulfport Gets Masons. Hattiesbure.-tJ. Rice Williams, oi Houston, was elected grand master of tho stale erand lodge ot Masons, ana ouii' nort was selected as the meeting pines for 1913, at a business session, which brougUt to a close the annual conventios her , . Crisis in Cuban Affairs. Washington. Another crisis in Cuban .(Taint nnnarcntlv is at hand. Reports from the island indicate that the nnrcst temporarily quieted by Secretary Knox's recent note of warning is about "to break nut. nnpff aft a result of tho Cuban su- nreme court decision invalidating tho law ousting office holders who were Spanish sympathizers during tne revolution. May Cross Mexican Border. Washington. American troops will sross the border line into Mexico when ever it shall become necessary to stop firing into American territory. In ordering additional troops to El Paso, Texas, the Washington govern ment la Hnterraincd that there should be no repetition of the incidents oi tne Madero revolution wnen a mmiuii Americans in El Paso and Douglas, Ariz., were killed by flying bullets from the opposing forces across the border. Asks Four Battleships. Washington. A resolution for four battleships in this year's naval appro- ' . . . j. . 1.1... 1 ... .. v prlation was introduced in mo Representative Jefferson Levy, Demo crat, New York. The resolution asks for ' tfiitrv nnn nnn an initial appropriation m w,w to begin work. FIRST OF SERIES. Express Companies Will Be Attacked foi Too High Rates. Washington. Tho indictment of tha Adams Express Company is t m what probably may be a scries of in dictments against various expr. panics for exacting from shippers mors than the puDlisncu rate. The recent lnvestigauun ui companies, ummissiunc- nounced, had developed 3,000 instanoes of overcharging in a single day. To Make $100 Per Month Above Expenses about, cuuu men m.n our MedliHnea, Extracts, Spicea, Soapa, Pa I fumes. Toilet Artlcl, Stock .and I Poultry PreparaUons. Polishes, Etc OurCompaay . ; mn.t nnwrMSTIL mttt sue- I cessful. Established over 17 yeara. Capitol ana .uif- r. ViV. n." - n... I Warehouses at mempnia, icon. y.. Pa. make low freight rates and quick aer- I vice. Total floor space to factories and wars- I houses, over 10 acrea. I W Now Want m J - '.'.'TO' iT!"'J ?''x BtTuo. r7i. w. "ord ta coi.tr.rt with 0. wl U t anna I who hT. b hlrly ccrfol-lume., lnaun. pa who will b. MU.fUd W m.k. nohtnsa siuu nr mamn iioar nvm .borsuMnn. th. Hr.t r-ar. SIBOO U I imi. ultltOC th. thim jmr. .. ll uvii.ldntd In 1 UunkVo" Sll th. pcltion. lo no tin., in I ui lot pwMcular. u w. .r. w rap Idlr "aIU I - - v. .A to h..r from nSja I ,,W 31 or o. to -wr. of an. ' I i. Tatitthl. potlll.. a mn mart b."lWl t.rnl.k lorl horw. to conauai m. : "TJlXi 1 . - M.Mn.u. tf -on ennot tnMt taM. I rnM- wrllei ii T- ea mt th.m. JI Voou. th.in.nw.ar. toolloi tor. IU. oo-lUo. I pay. hH. u BaMriM mu l Vl.T. RavrtalahCo. Important Decision.' Washington. It was held by the In. fcrafafn Oommerce Commission to be a principle that "where more than on route is available for forwarding a ship ment, it is the duty ot tne earner, in the absenco of routing instruction, to forward it by the route talcing tno low- naf. rate." Tho decision was rendered in th enso of Lord 4, Bushnell, of Chicago, against the Mississippi Central railroad, end finally determines a long-time contro versy between railroads i ud sldr,W, , FOR SORE FEET. Bathe theta with want water to open the porta, then wipe dry. Apnir aumwia Liniment ana rub it m wen ior minutes. Pat on old stocking;! to keep ta feet warm aud go to bed. Next mornSna; too will be reaay tor a oay a tramp. peat treatment every night (or a week. 2oWo.91alaatIrnjGmT3totwa I BwlOootklyran. TaUM Good. U la Una, SoU Sr Dralltuta. - iwnt. . . A.