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mmmmmm Monslgno'r Francis Marie Ro w verie de Cabrieres, bishop of Montpelier. Monsignor Franz Nagl, arch bishop of Vienna. Father G. Van Ros$um, of the Order of the Redemptionists. Father Ludovic Billot, of the Order of Jesus. MSLiiat o o ARGUE TWO-CENT FARE LAW IN CIRCUIT COURT Springfield, 111., Nov. 27: Ar guments on the objections to the masters' report in the attack on the Illinois two-cent passenger fare law brought by the Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis R. R. Co. are being heard in the U. S. Cir cuit .court today. The master reported that the 'Illinois law was confiscatory in so 'far as it applied to the C, P. &St. L., and therefore it violated the federal constitution. The at torney general objected to this ruling. The decision will' affect air intrastate roads in states hav ing a two-dent law. " The road contends that it can not make a fair profit on its in vestment under the two-cent law, and therefore the law is confisca tory. The attorney general claims a fair profit can made un der the,,two-cent law if it can be made" Under the three-cent law., After1, a- long examination of Talesman Colin Coljins today, defease attorney Davis'gotfnim to admit that a personal observation of the Times ruins convinced him the; Times was dynamited 'feloniousfy.5- Hejyas challenged and elim- inated, the state offering no" re sistance. Davis then interrogated Martin Elftman, of Long Beach, formerly of Toledo, Ohio. BACK TO THE TURKEY ' t "Doc" Wiley isn't satisfied, with running the pure food busi- ness of the nation. Now he is telling us what we ought to have for Thanksgiving dinner. It's just this: " 0 Turkey, dressing, potatoes", cranberry sauce only that and nothfngmore. " What, no onions, doctor? No sweet cider? Nor mmce pie? ., Nope, he says not says we; just want to settle down on turn key and make a meal of it. Dress- ing, of course, -goes with turkey "stuffin'-'" ii you-prefer but' even' potatoes and cranberry; sauce 'the doctor regards as big concessions. j - Well,'we agree with' theidoctoa to this extent: The Thanksgiv- ing dinner of our grandmothers was principally turkey, potatoes giblet sauce (part of the turkey you don't cheat us out of- that by heck !) andit was licking goodi A fellow came to it after a whole year's fond anticipation and wasn't disappointed. It was one of the few things in life, ithal; came up to the -prospectus.. Of late years we've nearly los'ti the turkey in a wilderness of sab ads soups,. entrees and desserts until Thanksgiving dinner has been robbed of its historic char acter and distinction. .