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cation yCeteS or@1 ie prOlaogue t tI the autoblograp teal sies being written by, Abraham Rust in his cell at ian Quentin prlison ras fllowed today by the poblieation It the Iab 'ilran lameo Uiletl tl o the first chaptet of e t. story. The staor Is dealgned to glve an ascount of ias career ftrm univerlity to. petitentlary. Th~ aserial is entitled "The Rnad Traveled," and In the first ipstallment Ruef tells how he entered polititc by being made secretary of a republican club in a saillors' hoarding house, his selection resulting trom his ability to write. "One evenlg,"' writes Ruefst, "I obh served a notice 6 the paper announe Ing the first regular meeting of the reptblican votess of the entire distlict to be held at a certain house at S o'clock that. night and requesting all those Ihterested to attend. The notice wan slgned by the republcan county central committee of the district. I was a reptablican. I determined to heed the call. "With difficulty I made my way to the place of meeting. The street was dark and deserted. There was not enough light to discern the numbers. After considerable search I discovered that the appointed house appeared to be a sallors' boarding house. It looked dark and ominous under the tower Ing eliffs of Telegraph hill. Two blocks away was the Blarbary 'oast.' A few blocks beyond were the shang haiing quarters. "I knocked. No answer. I knocked again. Presently I heard shuffling footsteps. The door opened. A tall, heavy-set man of rough appearance, In a rough blue flannel shirt, with a deep saber cut across his face and a lantern in his hand, stood in tile open doorway." The narrative tells l.w Rtef mras scrutinlsed and finally admitted to a rear kitchen where the boarding house keeper and a neighboring saloon keep. er sat by tihe range. Getting a Job. "They Informed me," he continued. "that the meeting already had been held and had adjourned. They were sorry I had not come 4arlier. I ex pressed astonishment, for It was then just 8 o'clock. I was Informed that as a majority of the members were workingmen, who were tired after their day's work and wanted some sleep, the meeting had been held a )tt tie earlier. "They informed me that there had been from 150 to 200 men present. I was about to leave, promising to at tend the nest meeting, mhen I was asked to wait a moment. "Finally the red-faced proprietor, in his gruff voice, asked: 'Young man, can you write?' "I answered I could--n little. 'Young man,' he replied. 'you are a likely fellow. Do you think you would like to be secretary of this club? The secretary here, who has just been elected, is willing to resign in youtr favor.'" Ruef writes that he protested, 'but yielded to urging and then and there, on the information given him, wrote in good faith, a glowing report of the meeting. "So well did I acquit myself in this relation." he concludes. "that each of th$'morning papers published It with out change, the copy, I personally, an secretary, brought them. "Thuas was I launched into politics." ELLIS IS ARRESTED IN WALLACE MAN CHARGED WITH FORGERY IS CAUGHT IN COEUR D'ALENE CITY. Wallace, May 22.-(9p.clal.)-Intro dueing himself as "Jimmie Durkln," and claiming to.he the widely known saloon man of Spokane. a smooth stranger who was later Identified as J. B.. Ellis, wanted in Milssoula for giving cheeks on banks In which he had no funds, succeeded In borrowing a considerable sum of money from a number of persons In Wallace yester day. The amount thus raised is not known, but is in excess of $100. The stranger ran into a bunch of men In one of the saloons, and an. nounced thAt he was Durkin. His word was accepted, and after a few rounds of drinks. for which he paid, he touched up the propriietor for a loan, saying, he had not received money from Spokane for which he had sent. The same plan was effectively worked In several places, the proprietors fall Ing for It In each case. In the even Ing he went to Kellogg, and war in the midst of a rich harvest there when he was Intefeepted by the authorities, who were on the lookout for Illis. The man was Identified by Albert Ma. rlon, a deputy from 'titsoinla county, and unless complalpts are filed with the local Mathorities, he twill be taken back to Misooula today. Coming Blaik, Shertff Kelley was notified early yesterday that Rllll, had beep arrested, Tin4er Sheriff Marlon is expectedbhac)t this morning with the prisoner,. Bllts pasad a. worthless check on J.- A. Walsh about a week ago. It w6uid sur. ris you to know of the great good ftat is being done by Charnberlair's Tablets. Darius Downey at Nawbter Juosition N. t .., writes: ".My wife has been using. Chamber l1 t~ Tablt. a finds them very Ceetusand 4 'nher lots at good," m ' yu lute i your ..,r.~~~~ triar.?l"I' ? A firm with 90 million partners kYOUa ono ... THE firm of Uncle Sam & Co. is not rated in Dun's or Bradstreet's, L but if it were, the report would read as follows' ,- ~ Business: Owners and managers of the United States of Amnca; ' Resources:. Richest firm of its kind in the world. SCredit: AAA 1. Bankers extend this firm accommodations on more favorable terms than those given to England, France, Germany and others Remarks : Firm founded in 1776 by George Washington and associ ates, to conduct a people's government. It's original assets consisted largely of hope and determination. While more or less skepticism exist ed at the time, as to the 'lirm's success, this has been lived down. The firm has persistently scouted the close corporation idea, depending on a dual policy of " a government of the people" plus nin union there is strength". It 'now consists of 90,000,000 partners, and employs a working force _of 500,000 people. Full details may be found, in The American Government n m.By Frederic J. Haskin' A Book That Shows Uncle Sam at Work' You Are a Partner Your 500,000 Employees mg book, ht Repub.can ad Democrat a ike hve sid : "'That is tho ue , story of the Amen. A pessimistic American, who thinks he has The half million servants of Uncle Sam & Co. can Government.' been frozen out of his partnership with Uncle are as much your servants as any other man's. So skillful has he been .u ........g at rims Sam by the politician, has another think coming As a partner in the concern you should know mass of facs which must necessarily accompanf to him. He simply doesn't know. Further. .what they are doing, any description of ou Government, that eac more he is ungrateful, for he is psrticipati n f i you ever feel critical toward your Govern. fact comes to you like a discovery, each psý", ,the profits of that partnershi m U o meat, be it administered by Democrats or reads almost like fiction. hs ie. Republicans, or any other party that may rise Don't listen to the pessimist. The optimistic to power, remember a few facts about this Unique lastrations American knows that Uncle Sam and ov rking organization of yours. Us emment are biaer than any political party. He Covering a period of a generation, the Ameri Don't look for stereotyped pictures in this book yknows that undeath the political map of the can Government has practiced methods and It contains illustrations never seen before, be e Sereary of country lies the grand old country itself, with its systems so efficient, and has employed men so cause Barney M. Clinedinst, the Court Photo. the Treasury says: wonderful government, forming a foundation so able that the greatest business men have learned gapher of America', took them especially for strong that political storms cannot lessen its from it; the greatest banks have copied from it; millionrk. There is a machine that destroys a solidity, the eatest scientists and universities are usndollars at a clip. Clin t has caught ashingto, It is partnership with Uncle Sam which teaching principles which it has discovered August 18, 1911 you hold by virtue of your American citizenship other countries are trying to follow it. in the anama Canal ha to pose for him. Mr. ?whderieJ. Hlaskin, and not by virtue of your party affiliations, that y other Washig etn, . . c. Frederic J. Hskin writes of in his book, 'The A Unique Author and Book I Unique Endorsements Dear Mr. tlakin : American Government'. I have had your artier on the Frederic . Haskin in hi book, "The American Nothin else that caerbe said about thisxbuok Treasury Department very rarefally Government", hs written", has written a unique story of r to over by those ho are 0 T Part rsia Un S and his 90,000,000 pa rersf the weight of hose endorseents ar to of its accu and as rerhip Made Clear you see in the column to the right. The Pe Jar as m I /aw had the time I kae one For years at Wash. ton, and elsewhere, Mr. dent read the chapter n the Predency, and over the arle myself. I am fully Mr. Haskin doesn't merely tell you that it costs Haskin has been equally the friend of Democrat then wrote: it is inte and accurate. assured that it is accurate in its tatle a billion dollars a year to keep Uncle Sam & and Republican. e has been observing and And so from the Government ranks of Demo Sthaks Co. going, but he trace clearly how it come studyin as from a mountain top, the machinery cats and Republicans, endorements coverg you hav re t to juge of tk back to you. of the Government, from the chief cog in the every statencut in this book were forthcoming. matter before ubiation, I aim, The list of your benefits as a stockholder in White House. down to the smallest wheel in if you would know what each arm of the ry sincerely yours, Uncle Sam & Co. would Afi this newspaper if that machinery. Government is doing, and how it does it, red (Signed) Franklin Mac Veag printed in full. So accurate has he been in writing his stmnulat. this book HOW TO GET THIS BOOK Desiring to render a great educational service to its readers, The Missoulian has arranged with Mr. Haskin to handle, without profit to itself, the exclusive output of his valuable book for Missoula. Cut six consecutive coupons (see page 3) from The Missoullan, and present them with 60 cents, to cover the bare cost of manufacture, freight and handling, and a copy will be presented to you weithout additional cost. Bear in mind that this book has been most carefully written; that everd chapter in it is youched for by an authority; that it is illustra.ed from photographs taken especially for It; that it is printed in large, clear type on fine book paper and bound in heavy cloth in an attractive, durable manner. A $2.00 value for SOO . Act quickly If you want a copy.' Save six consecutive coupons and present them at The Missloulan offle,West Main street, No. 131. EACH BOOK BY MAII, 15q EXTRA FOR POSTAGE. Unl S,, . . .. .udhici Pwwpri TROUBLE IS OVER SAN DI THEK (Continued 1rom Page One,) mined to disband, it was sald, its leading members 'would offer all the aid In their power to the state offl olal askling him to protect them from allege crlemes of the industrial Work era. It was the plan not only of the eit. izxns' committe .,t ) of the attorneys f,r Jldustrial Work.r. cn well, to of. cfr the attorney . 'reAl all pnosible aid, and all of the evidence ih their pnosesulon as soon a; he evinced a dN etre for them sn to do. The impor., tana. with Whlch San, pleglann gen sraltly regarded the, I. W . stlitt tlon here was Ehown today li thie her. lug of the contenipt cl.strgie which Attorney ,red H. Moore,, asserting he had been hindered In his efforts to defend persons now awaiting trial on criminal nccllnations growing out of the son-called "free-speech" campaign, brought against J. M. Porter, allegced "vigilante" Jeader. Three Judges. All three of the Kaon Diego county slperlor court jurists, Judges T. L. Lewis, W. 41. Guy and W. A. Sloane, with Judge T.owis presiding, heard the beginning of the Porter matter, which after a short session of the court, was continued until tomorrow. The silting of three judges was an unusual procedure in the ann Diego superior court. Among the spectr. tore at the Porter hearing were In dustrial Workers of the World who were pronounced sick yesterday and released from the city Jal upeon their own 'ecognisanCe, pending their trials. .omp of those set free in that manher had announced their Intention of Ispef Ing work elsewhere. Another group of five members of the somee oraganiation, were dedlared slck. today and set free upon' their promising to be on band wh .t their trials ar' c.allid aaversi weeku hence. I'hlift 'd Piocl. J. K. 'Wllsin $alil their wias ino plan for tlhe dilailseua I of tllhe lftsN iagoinst tiiit rlicIJM(4i workerr lhlt stated those ;rrn or1 1.1 uuick by plhyuiians -wouuldhl I free upon theiiur awn regllnlzance, 1). F. allden, llh rIyllProecltlr, madae a suiiil lar utattmennht. No tr'uuble fir whlluh tilh' Industlrilll Workers w'nri blamrnudl waa relportld bly tho pwllee todia.y.I Action Not Dotermined, San i.rnnl'eco, May 22.-Attorney (Jonural With will leave for Haun VFran cisco tomurrow to conduct In peroln the lvvewtliglllon ordered bhy cl'ivern or Johlnson Into all the toolltllilon uir roundingy the p ropagandB carried~·~ on there Iby the Indi trinali Workeraor Ithi Wonrld nd thet treatment iierlttl them. Mr. W' l lUaid tonlglht. "In cnntpilaner- with Instructions from thx, gllvrnoor, J juc leavllV forI 0.n Di'ero tomorroww fr till illnrp'uo of turnishlng to tW elooal aluthorlitlis lunnl IRNPstIIce a snmy bie: nec'feMary and wllhln my powap to enforce thet laws of the stat. age4ust any therIe are lho vilatle( I hrnm. Tilie Ii44 iio I iii lIi rdtrii ci il Ian elat hti' obse.rv'iI hi' te11. iTh. ueetlorl tie he iut ki'n w.111 Iiii'M aicrily deleenel tipo the fle'ts otil I findi thlmi ti exlis. I' 'Ftit i hive rriieihii Simu Ileigie eiit thibur' iivestlguitii thte iitlllttlitiliI, It iiiIii itC flIII' I lurt nio ysthe ue v tI Frhtui . lrn I t, beet Rohloiiis eituetiu tiiits May I :'tt he 11tnii hi Ctlove~rettumt I iroiei, torie J)ttilley W,' ingtiaiiesi'i wse-u htIrd at werkt. An in i'Iiinttt of thi dayi· hait servi'iJ to 'putl diermnlnutltii lnti (lii gioverneliit of. fit-llls to go I I the. Iuottim," ias one ot them etltir'i-eui'l It, was tle receuipt icr a muiite. by Mr. 'Rolbinson threaten tey hll lis IIf lii dti nriot i(tau hil tee. tivity in the ease. #tnop your InvesIatiogin Into this -vase or you will turn tip missilng" the nteLi said, II wae not rgnieie, ani4 was written on a dirty, usotap Qf, pa, per tinta ptawhld araa'r thi' dotar oaf Mr. I tobnweaga'a oaf!rt''. Anoaither noataa talduraoaww to I)a.1'I 'lviv C.uIigalam Id' 'oiror at Main I )Igao allwi .threaala'rig h la " ifr Iid. nor t wtaap " p'Jai)a44a't Ing tha ur IndoaatriagIn WI'rka'rN,' aita raircali You I)ii ' by i1 *j'auaaa tolday. NO DELAY. Naw 'u'aak, Mayy 22. -*'f'liara IN to laO nla d'lolay Iii I ha 'lro u'trUtlon oa IIi.. gcu'riiroihal'I wNill git l iNt Ilolloitt HIa'irgu'n anidl oii liar ia'mli'an'aw ort tho INrazllnau araifglu. vtO Iu'4I altlo againtalIE' to I Iart'urtt amny drliitory iriaili tlaaat Inaty Iur rauortiti to. I )ntrliIa At tor. limy Wtuaa tIlal I-aalldy wlttua IN knoawn liii nai atcjaqItllt aatrtlriutala Thtn maa. tlhapi will lint'. tit' ata'art out rauoiinua g luaur galio'ta rromi th lag redrnl ill NI lal a'aurt tI nl patai'ng It tiAthln lIIi' jurin. l.lloaa uuf the four hlrgalt joadgvai. NEW GREAT NORTHERN PLANS. thatte, Mity 2Rt-'rTho irtutit North. nm aitllway hlaga pIans whIah aull for tce raongatritlaan or is Itrin 41( mllat ýlongr traavareing for Ilia molt part law. :Iiormy hItbhrxo untouched by alirosael The Attorney enseral Says: Offie of the Altor.ney Gesel, ' ashlngton, D. C. de* J. Raskin, August l1, 1911 Fhbed ef. Ifeskim , W'Iashtingko, )D. C. Iear SI I hare looked oter the dra/ of yur chapter on the Departent of Jrsice, and hate Made ont or tre fieucued sugges. lions om puer manustrrpl. Wilth med. fications im aeCordes wilk Ith these so tions I think ,ynr art ile wii be of coe siderable interest to a large ssebr of people who hare no real knowledge of what the /I)rpartmnent of Jeste is. I as glad to har, an ofportunily vto look it owr. )ourrs very truly, (Signed) George U'. It ickershm., Attorney fGeneral Before pablicatie th evetal ciptean of the book "The America Coeera. mot," by Frederic J. Huaki, were read and approved by thb felowla oathoritiee: I. "The Presidnt Appr.ed by William H. Taft Penoddee f ie Uiied teue 3. The Depaertmeant of IStat Approved by Phileader C. gea Secturr ary Stt 3. The Tres.ury Departlment Approved by Frulie MacVeagh secreaerr the Tr.ose, 4. The Amy Approved by Maj. .G.. Le.aurd Wood . Tim Na ppreved by Rearst Adm'I R. Waloitas Aid fe Operslem I. The Peetal viee Apprevel by Fras H. H. itced Pmelter C.esnl 7. The Interior Dpar lmen AppHnd b Cuer A. Tb..po Aeies nScreltrr o the Iter 8. The Petene Office Approved by Edward 3. Meee Cemilatelem .0 Paleel 0. The Geolgilecl Survey Approved by Henry C. Rish Adles Dt.rcte 10. The Department of Aerireltore Approved by Jamen Wile.a Secretar .l Altnlture It. The Weather Bureau Approved by Willi L. Mewr CMif of the Weetr lwarg 13 The Department of Commerce and Lanbe Approved by Charle Jagel S.cetare of Cemer. ad Iase I7. The Census Bureau Approved by E. eau Dared Director of .hCeme. 14. The Bureau of Standard. Approved by S. W. Strattei Directr IL The Public Ilelth Approved by Dr. Harvey W. Wiley Chde of the Ser.ses Cheleerr Approvedby Dr. Walter Wyltu or.... Wnel tlhojaellebko d Ie. The Smltheenl Institution Approved by Richard Rt"bI Artig ecr te0r IT. The Panama Canal Approved by Cel. George W. C..t1ale Chairman sad Chief Easeur IS. The Interstate Commeren Commslseio Approved by Jedae C. Clemaele Chairema IS. Our Insular Po.eeloa.b Approved by Bri.G..Ce C. . R. ard Chief . the SIre.s o leelau Affairs S Approv ee r Thaome S. Moutl. Chalua d theb Dee. Ceonfurese 3t. The Hows of Ripresentalive Approved by Camp Clark S LThe Senate Approved by *w.s S. Sberma S Vie- Permide ol se Uled sot.. 3s. ThkeLlrar of Cono rue apprv.d by ei:rb.rt et.am I. The Civil S.,lce ApprOV by Joha C. Black 3t. Ike Slupreame Cot CLh L dthe orpem Corte dhLo L. . UT. Other Federnl Curts Depear o6 the U. S. Cemmerm Cmes as. The Deoprtmeut o Juetice Approved by uIn W. Wlrdem 30. The Pean Amerue Ulie Apprnovd by Me Barret 30. lThe Naotledl Capl Approved by Cur H. tslpb Ti'In newv line', uN m,.% A jruJteteg, wlvI ruim from is II Ibinu ii II ,- nuW Ilak. tustu- Vinit~ttt lingn Niurthi Ibtnkuul, it Itttle w'e'Ekl ew r N' Eteue'kfeerd, thtueouglh Norith Imki Ies l itutot tiuetuunot aild r~stonr Non.Skad Tires Supree Iy test of hardest phirvices arc the one poluilii* Jcuriju Ii rai r lt skidding on any kiNd of road, at all ireon: of the year.