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"Gee whht!" gasped aa office boy. who was eating a bun. "that raut must be Jeffrie. Sharkey an Fltzslmmons done up in one package. Pake your ears and :-ar his order. It will be a couple of jrrtjjds of raw beef an a gallon of black caffee." "Not fer that giant. whispered a mes-ew-ger boy. "He'll call for a haunch of taw mutton and cbew it oft the bone like & Hon Look at the t-cth he's gnu" With a glance of mingled admiration and awe the quick luBchers watched the big chap walk up to i the counter, and every ear was attained to catch bis order. He hesitated for a moment, looked confused, and then said meekly: "Mister, gimme a glass of iced tea and a cruller. One from yesterday will do." The messenger loy whistled and the of fice boy kicked at the lunchroom cat to show his feelings. Brilliant Cedar Fschtossklr. HrillUnt rotors aro used in the fai-hUa-able wurdrot-. The new fabrics In rose, emerald. arnetli!rt. pear red and apple green afford a brilliant !ackground. Embroidery In a variety of colors trims many a gown, ami there, are lovely em broidery strips: that conn- for the. front of waists, for the wrists an) for the girdle ell done In Japan-- colon-. Very often thi embroidery is so pay a to make the entire gown look brieht. triiis of hand roaii Insertion are u.,j un many : sur pllee or f ri-ritiiie lilouye. a-id th same insertion i;oes around the wrist and forms the girdl-. Ilnsr to Clean S-Vathera. Request -om: from time to time for dire. Hon.-. aixtiit waxhing feathers in pil lows. Tlie ijsa.il method of hoiie-clearilng is t put the feather in their case rlKht Into soawii 1. squeezing an. I d?us!ng them thoroughly rmlt the feathers to l ome well yuihoi and cleaned Then. aftr a tliiro:ih riiii-iK. ham; the pillow in a shady, hut windy. Slot. The run tnut not lie allowed to strike it T the feaihtsu mil not tin- iitoi.'ilv. A JtrOI12 lipi Zl'. llClUelet. is .K-Hli.il. It Is I cenenillv tv.ip or thn ilajs I fore the .I. I low In for use. and tien lien the renlt ts not alaj sithf.ictorx-. a the fe.tiu r n tj.He i.f eoiitant kneading. lll knot or rem tin ikk unlix creat care Is erii.-U in the r:n.;iii; .m.l -ule -l .ent 'lrviiiK. and on this account it : a.UKililt te seiiii the feather" t" le MearrieI it a rollahle estatili-hnu'tit ra'h-r thin attempt to clean III m at hon.e. eh Hi:7iii:n. iirici.i:n caii H-'ljOWia:. iirtafc the fjulliloner into t-inall . luster mi'l l-oll fr fifteen mia-utt-is in halted water ' STITKKH TO SIATi'Kri Y I pe larac. firm ti-nip-tie. cat off th to;s an-l .eim( ou the !n-l!e viith a cm. ill coffee fpoon Then drain careful Mix th! it.-l.le with i i l-t them ictt thorouqhly c o 1 il. an e.iual .juantity ..f b-eaucrurabs and " I jm k in cus jar m: in. lttil butter mill jvtur ir tlicm alt an.i te-jiper lnec.ir in uhlch- riice h piece of hive !-e n lwille.1 for cIikw In tlje ton or t-n mtrutcs mus- rich tenuto anJ set tanl tee.1. nhole in the ou i a i'J i"1 anil alNi. j j cmer.d .ItKh. xur tir In - fore the Ine a little tomato txil cis.-4 two t.- hijaor about the to ll I e k . tl) n r u! of iiiaKM-". iinke until 1" r e u c h nimtar.1. the ccrtab are nnt half cuji of tender all through. fJCar nil th Jar then ire ii the. seal uvfr.itvMiiiK uiii.uifn i:i wrncn inev were baked. For the Taaary Rlrel. I'ut sliiT' ry elm Srk in the drinking 1 .... s!.s Kor rolls nte a canarj' ct;e drop of rt oil ut n. dose A Ml of r!.r or apple an i for rn of th" Irrr birds a !Iie worm will prove a ten!.. ThormiKhly wash out all the esjel tth but water eiry day The aphae. the rra!te tht fcrm In water left siarrllrg In a cage. Is the deadliest enemy ef bird life. If th Mrd shows e!cm of genera! de Isllt). a moultlr.i: out of season, Klvn Mm Iron in much rralr strer.cth thin s cn set from a runt nail In the water urn! counteract the one bad effect of Iron with wilphur. i Keep the tilnt out ef drauehtu Tt l Tt to hnc h! rAgf itoout fie feet from the f!nr If fci.i.a higher than that be will te te warm, for heat rl and the hottest place In a rosm I neir the ceil- laedarateal. Mistress "ItrMct. Tra coire eu Want ou tr ralsd t tal- nn-i-t. "Th"! tJby'U molai tr.e. thlhl - I'm .talimi Urs-aw ttiaia. Sir re slit I 'tie l te fcr -rj muh ued a trtrctottng. sr.J :n acrvs.!rle. as c1 a fcr coats and entire gowns. Lace robe gowns are shown now at a re Barkabty low ftgure. l tha-x ft btvss aafctsl for a passable ex.. Neat little checks er skal tda!4 vonim BsBttJasts will saake cocofartaile and prae OVal ackoei auiu fr missea sssaaar4 -- I w. asaaBaa ? vtlf Jfi- an r '3gsar -:"":'-'" agaBV "j jUpBw v vaaaBaaaaan? ''"'' af -Xs;,afcieBiaBaaarak. ..cjf ia -jf ' tWP!ISiaS ae -W JXil I r ' tlV. ! J 'jaapa ,'.-iaaaaT sVaarV fnasty L. ?-!-aaaBV .BsaaasLKJB-:sfmsf fiTirsjrii i TsaaaV' -saaasaaPTr jea sit V-.- BBfw- rkMHaaaaBBBBBBK f BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBaaBBBBT' Tr-etUcoats are very Uli, kt art nhastlydub: rThis affair Is horribly slow. Guess Hi So home. Miss Clip: "Veg. perhaps that wcuW help matters some." JIST FDR FIX. A XKW WRIXKU.-StcIa: "Mabel it a girl of ideas." Ilella: "Yes; she put flypaper under the sofa to catch her little brother." Brook lyn Life. MKS. ClREXCK MACKET Att ! her e-jear-nM diucliter. Kathnryn. who is ale ut to enter the public school ,.ikc."I.vi. I 1 . of which Mrs. Mackey is a truster. TOO MI'C'H TO "ml the editor, "n ket" EX rncT.-'-Poetry.- a dru- on the mar- "h: Indeed"" -etaImM the poet, hope fully. "Am I to infer that nu ;-v drug Mcie prices for itr Catholic SUndard and Time--. i:.thi:i: Moni;!:x mn McCaii: "?o that Is really jour family coat-of-armsT Mist. Xvarich. "Y.s." Mis McCall- "What's that queer device in the center" Slues xrich. "Whv er thafi pa'i trade-mark. He 1nistil ijjiou tinning that in "-1'hHadcIphla ledger. NOT WORRIKP-"llut. John." com- ' I.i4 wife. "Die have no coat-of-armsr "No." said he. "but I guess tAe can get .ilorg w.thoiu ij now th.it have fallen into a million! There was a time when ' dldn t luve a coat of. any kind!" De "'"St rrre tress, " - " flfaoCLA TASmONS The c-'ebratcl Martha Ucan fashion pat terns ill l furr.Nhtd to readers of The itpiiultc at ! cents ach These pitterns will n asily recognized a- correct and up ti date In even par ticular An Important feature about them Is that allowance Is made for M"ams. They are perfect In dc'en. conforming to alt the requirements of adtance.1 stIe. and jet are unusually simple and eisy t)f ex e.utlon. Orderi will be fll'e. by mail onle. Al low al-out four dais, thettfere. for de liver' u Xo. Ot.-;iRt.'S COAT A chinning m:M t hrr -iewn fcr the voung glrL and is pot o&ly suitable for ehcol. tfl rr a iiriv5n ccat a welJ. Tbe de-p-scAKois.il ccJar elves it a style and nrish that or?- lces rot find !n th riad--rti'i- rents. .-.;-, r unaally very prs-sT AXlr tpd.i KSl.ss one rtvr , K". rti. The cktt Is quite p tty. nui up in pU'n Njv stile if e- ,v-s,-e a ptairi v-.su, v.!- ; . itiy.jr?-t. -Tr.-i ring wear. et rould u th tpcs cdr. fMptag tae catlops with velvet or oatlisl-g tfteia atth braki. The steel n is of the newest shtng. and if attached to a Large, dees; ctrff. Any of the new waster cloths, tsreeda " serges stake up capitally acd eeoaesalcally la this style. Stan 4 t- 1 years. In cnirmg. be sure :a give age aai acmber f pattern (fesred. A4dree Pattm tsmartctst. Th TBa- S... Mite a & -.ww asHssSssassi sbbb. V t. .?? tav BBwjrear-old Grace TDodson win ap iahop at t o'clock Thursday morning to S2t?5 Jh?. ta '""W1 ' warrant witls SISP'J?11 Ine cMM with a broom-RL-TSS wrI?nl a sworn to yester xJbjr fff?1 FtaneU of the Humane 8o-girvl-e! " to DtPMy 8kW toe .i;n. 1E0',SO 1 corm2n on the Je rJJf JK2. I-S1'n Shcol at Xa S37 hSS ? JSSuK Wn-5 Grac being hel '""Jlng a heartr.g of th? case ? r. ToUier. He tried to Justi fy his alfe's action. It is faid. The aadsU i-itrontaUte1Wm- She said after wants: "He told me that Orace had a high tem per and that bis wife a!.o had a high temper and that Grace provoked her step mother. He raid Grace told untruths to her stepmother and that that was the """I the punishment. Grace admitted that she had told her stepmother untruths, but that she did so because, she was afraid of being beaten. Mr. Itodson said he knew his wife had punished the chil dren, but not to such an extent aa to be classed aa cruel treatment. "I then said I would show him the evi dence; and I undressed Grace and showed him the bruises. He shuddered an! said that It waa terrible. He then raid no one knew what he had suffered and the things ulth which he had to bear. He said it would be better If Grace did not return home. "We have had many sad caret." con tinued the nsfk-tant matron, "but this is the ncrst that has ever lJen brought to th" 5!ls?!ea. Admitting that Jrace was a bad chllJ which she is not. she is sweet ami 'ovable thtre in no Justification for such treatment us the child received from ll.e hand of her Hepmothcr.' G1IU, TELLS HOI STOUT. Tellies; her story yesterday, little Grace id: "1 hope the Jud-;e will send m to my aunt. Mrs. Marble Papm at Hematite. Mo. I don't nant to so heme. I loe my rapa. but he won't belkve that my -te?mctlicr l-eita us witlj the broom han!!e and with an Iron rod. I never want to so home, inv "tepmother Is so cruel. She nould beat us with anything .-he Rot her hands on. of tin leaving mark". "When p-ipa would see the marks she would tell him I fell and hurt mvelf. and m:"ke sie tejj the same story. When my brothers ard 1 would tII papa bow she beat Us hi -would not lKrhee us. My old fit t.roth. r. Harry, who left home a year anil a half ago. was put outdoor early in the morning uitliout any clothinp. The Gt-Jthtr was bitter cold and he did not hace any breakfast. He went to the po lice and frieil to have my stepmother ar rested, hut Je neighbor would not ap pear asaint her then. That brother is now with a friend in Hematite. My broth er.. H. rrnin and Henry, who nre at home, will bQ afraid to say anything, for fear of beiriK le-aten. Somttlrr.e?. when my stepmother would lient me and hurt me. h would sav she w:i sorrv. and tell me to till papa lies If he atk.-d tn, how I happened to be hurt. ind I nouid tell what i-lie told me to. be c.Hje ff I told him the truth she mould l-eat me again. Grace N a pretty t hlld. with bright blue yes. When re speaks she looks one full LEFT HIS ESTATE TO BENEFACTORS Palri.-k Cooney, Siippowibly in Stutf of Povfrfy. RfitiPiabers Tliitso Who Aidttl Him lias Cottage Aveuue House. A a recompense for kindness. James A. Rfct nti'l Walter I. l)i.-r of the i:ie. liijr I U-al INtate Company. f Xo. 52 Chtfrtnut stret. villi luhirlt the -ta:e 'f latrlck C'ooney. nho d.d estvnUy at the MulLtnpliy Hospital. 'ooi.ey wns " e;irs o'd. l.ve.1 In a diniitonn :odsing-houe and .-rp-"r'M t be In .tbject poietty. 1IU will .Ux-1'.st-il th fact that he owned property at X--4T7 Cottage avenue, and It is -uppej that u cornlilrral.il- sum of money will L-; found In lil- trunk. Mr. Dwjer. uho is name-1 In his will as the executur of his estate without bond, did m.t knew the value of the estate ivhe'i hi- filed the document late voJtorday aft ernoon with It: lice -tark. clerk of the St. 1-ouis I'robate Court, as he had not made an exatnlnatlon of the old man's ef fects. lie had known him fcr years, and It is supposed that he an I W.t brother-in-law. Mr. Idee, had frtqu'-nlly rer.dere-1 to him financial assistance, aithouicli they are reticent a to tint feature cf the ease. When tVoney was strie't-n with his death s'ekness Mr. Nwjer had him re WviM to the h.-spitMl. Thl wa aNiut twelie dj' ago. Tlie be't of care was extended to him. but tt did not avail, and he dud about 11 a. m. $ esterda- He told the siter in charge of the ward In which he was placid that he had money In his trunk, but did not state the amount. In his will he left the Cottage avenue property to Mr. Illce and Mr. Pwyer In equal Interests. y al-o bequeathed them, in equal portions, the t cm tinder of his i-tnte. -x opt f I each t liH brother.'. Ber nard Cooney of Itocklnnd. Mass., and 1'hlllp "oor.ev of. I'os-ton. SIui. Mr Klce lust ii!e!u would not go Into the details of anv Interest which he or his brother-in-law may have taken in Cooney. The lnttT was nttemled at the hospital bv a pries-1 of the Catholic Church, of which he was a member. He will he t-urlrd this afternoon In Calvary Ceme- tery. I tu o Tit: run low total. TJr Branrr and Miss Alaalle Rack .Make rrra f MM. nr.ri':i.u Mj:n.i. rhlcaco. pej,! :i Mrs. A. T. II. Brower. prisi-lent of the Western Woman's Golf lAssoci itioR, who won the low -score medal in the women's Western champlcnshlp. to diy sreurrj th- low total In the qusilfy l:.c rt-ur.d of the opTi tou-nament of the Washln-tor. Tark Club. . This tirre she s ttfit alone, as Mir Sill!" AIr.-II of Westward Ho equaled her rerforrrtar.ee. Both had cora cf at. and as there nas n prtre for Ijw score they did not rlay off. On their second rounds they made the best scores of the day, tr-fir c-irds beings as fellows: Mrs Uro-r S S 4 J 1 4 J- Miss Ainill- i S ; J 1 ( ( t-tl I.M0. nrOl KRAHKR. Take FIve-BHfr Rleyele Rare 1st Jm Ynrk Dassaey Rest f AsBstear-. Xew Tork. Sept. 11. The Inloor bicycle nclns eaon of JJ at Midlson Square fiardn clocd to-msht with the five-mile p-ofs-ssional end amsteur championship. In the forrrwr event Tver Tunwson won by half a lensth from John Iiedell. who waa twe Irn.ihs In front of rrnnk Kramer, with FVyl l!e?irlnd fourth. In thi po r.t cortest Kramer led fer the season with -J. I.iwarm wa- eecond with 4 ami Krnn. John Bcd-n and Kclarland In that orJer wit a "S. Is and 11. respectli ely. Matt IVjney of Boston a on th- five mile snitrj: vnt and i-aptured the na tional areat-ur championship of America from Teddy SUIlsgton by the score of 1 to -. C A. Sherwood was second and Ed Bapprecht third. Werlaaelr I aire tty Car. Thcmas Cassl-ry. 17 years o'd. a glass fcJnwer of IJelievJlIe. Ill, was run down by a lrk avenue car on the Klghti-entk street brvice lat n!ht ar.d sustained tn jurtee that m-iy cause his death. His skull was fractured arrt h ts Jwlieved to have sustahSed iaiernal harts. The ear was In charg of Motor-ran J. !. Coopr aad Csodawrtor C B. Ijewl. The rcotorman says Caaatdy attesspted to crosa from the east to the west side of the fcrk-ge la front of the car. Caarddy was unconscious when takes to the cosrltal. Pollrriia aTJteehaa of the C-ntral Dlttrtct asXoa99assrd aba. 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She attend- the Harrison School, and alwavs ranked well in di jmrtment and seholarl:Ip. nc.Tiili!g th dkopsitlon of the clrL the assistant mitrou at the mission said: "If Mr, rapln wants Grace, and is willing and able to care for her. I suppose she will be wnt to her. Otheruine we will find a good hotn. fcr her in some nice family." Mrs. Kdith I. Ikiilson was arresteil at 11:00 o'clock last nlcht at her home bv Peputy Sheriffs Dokt r and Howard on a warrant cliarging atenult nnd battery. K1RKWQ0D CLUBS St. I.oiin Ai.piMTatc i'onrt itef5 Four Oraui:'.;ilins 10 Show Taiiso Why Cliartvra Should Xot Ifc Forfuitttl. Judre niir.d of the Ft. f.ot:s Court or Appeals, at the request of Attorney Gen eral H. S. Haiiley. vfsterd.'.y Ls-U(s.i orders citing the Kirk wood Leisure Hour Atrial and i'astime dub. the Klrkwood Sochil Athletic Club, the l:oehilI IMsiime Athle tic Club and Ihe Mcr.imfc Hod and Gun Club of Mi. l..,uN County. Missouri, to .show cause. OcMolM-r :. why their charters should r.ot l forf. lie.!. The Attorney Gtn.ral alteprs that the elubs sreuml pro forma decrees of in corporation in the St. Umis Countv Cir cuit Court under th Uw relating to the promoti.iii of euue.itlon-il and moral wel fare, and that they ar conduciing Lar- roon ami -eiiiia; uquor. The Kirkvvorsl .Social Athletic Club Is liwatcd en Wi-bster avenue, near the south' Ri limits of Kirktio!. and tlie !h r clubs ou Main strcit. in Kirknood. be tso'ti Webster and Clay avenue, it Is stat-l. ( Judgment of dissolution Is asked and tint the clubs In- excluded from nil cor forate .riahts. unci that their chart" rs be tlev.laied forfeited. SOUBRETTE WHO MADE HIT NOW ON HER H0WEYM00W. Ulsw Taby tralge. Who Playew Toaah (ilrl at lielsaar iarpa. Wesa Xel- mi ('msbbbIbks ( St. Lasis. i . s s a MRS. xelsox crjisiixcs. Miss Tafcv Cralee. soubretfe In "The BHe cf Nrw Tcrk." was married to XM scn C-tminsT. aell known In Ut. lOu'-s. )ii;-Mjy aftemocn. 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Tlie spotters which the temperance organisation Imported vied with local officers in watching back and side doors, to prevent anything of a spirit uous nature from leaklntr out from under the legal rover which Mayor Hir!i or dered placed over the liquor places. A week ago jesterday the Major and the local police reported that a large num ber of saloons liad opened and defied the Mayora closing order, doing a rushing business during tho day. Tlie police reported that they were not able to rope with the situation. Several i-itra policemen were on duty yesterday nn.I neither they nor tho t. laral'.t tem pi ranee detectives were able tu And any evidence that the law had been broken. The tlsht against the Sunday saloon here lias reached a point where the Antl Saloon league people are tdfll said to be col'.-ctlng a fund to employ a lawyer to attnelr in the courts Chllllcothe snedal charter, which gives the city sole power to license ana resuiaie lis saioiw. A petition hied for a local-option 'Ice lion In Livingston County, outside of Chl.llcothe. is being held In alieyance while the County C-urt examines the lot of names. COLUMBIA'S NEW BILL WYNNE WINSLOW 6INGS AT THE TYROLEAN ALPS. sTSBBBBBSSBS-BBBBBBt-BBBBBJ The Zaxell and Vernon company of aero bats ami clown otter a twenty-minute sketch at the Columbia that abounds In more surprtsis than an act from good old "'Superba.' The comedy rts forth tae eh-pement of a young French couple, who r hMet bv Bailee and parents. Tne K-i.r...r.um. tn.be la accompanied by a clown valet, who appears and rtlPPa aith marvelous alacrity. A peddler ap pears and this Matrellne apparently Jump right through the body of the vene'er. in escaping nn officer who pursues him. Pat Rooney and Marion Bent .appear n a lively little comedy called "Moke iour self at Home." Kooney gives a fast eccen tric dance that would unlolnt the average comedian of his diminutive proportions The Peerless Quartet is made up ot capital singers. Mile. Romano, the solo ist of the bill, has a good voice, but she 7l.l - . .. MiiTte sure of herself. ixiun i bs-iw . rc si..-. ------ -- - ." j With the right stage presence her singlnsi would gam immensei ."i-i .it Edward Clarke, who Introqneesj six smaUy"gownU girls he calls "The Run away Widow s." might develop Into a fair Imitation of George Cohan. The complete programme "g-V cialtles by Mme. Emmy'a tJndt,S0i Hlx and Cedney. banjolstfj: the ,W Ibon Trio i" th farce. "A Iadded Ceil"; Del nio. Juggler: Wis Bgmas. acrobats, and Xcttie FleWs. .... Ml Wvnne WInslow was warmly re ceived lait night at the Tyrollan Alps, where she sings In solos with the orchestra this week. It was the first time that she has been heard here with a large orches tra, though she as for a season the so loist of Dusk's band In Xew Ttork. Al though her voice is not robust. It wins Its way along with orchestral accompani ment bv Its clearness. Its carrying qual ity In b large a place cs the Alps was one of the surprises the slng'r h- forhcr friends. Xext Saturday night Miss ln" low will be assisted by a coterie of Rt. touis s'.neers In the rendition of the sex tet from "lajcla." which will be ung with full orchestral accompaniment, Sylvtster Magiilre. who is managing nigby Ul! in 'The IJlsratlon of Mr. lltp'nt the Century Theater th! week, sad who is a St. I-is University gradu ate has Invited the alumni of the univer sity to atle-id th- trformanee on Thurs day everlnc. John I. Boyce. Mullannhy Cates. Ifcive Walker. Pierre narniu. Iec. tr Stmo-i. Doctor lyiuin . Bolsllr.lere and others cf tho alumnlwlll occupy b"iess ST. LOUIS TRAIN WRECKED. Engint'or anil Firvnntn of Fast Mail Are Killtd. HErrm.il s--nciu Council Bluffs. la . r-ept. II. While gol-g at a high spd. the Burlington fat mall train to Calcago, this evinlni. crashed Into a Wabash freight train to Ht. fym'.s at the ctosslcg of the two roads. lust be low this city. .. , Rnglner Woods ar.d Fireman Hosier, both of the Burlington, were killed. A Wa bash trakerran was badly injured. Woods won burle.1 under his engine and was dcllrli'us when rescu-d. until he dltd an hour latir. He repented over and over. tkk to the throttle." The train carried only mail an-i no pas sengers were aboard. The englse was Cemo.s'nea. Republic drug store. Want Ad Agencies at cv lea la Hassan. Oscar Anderson. 3 years old. of Xo. 5"3 South Broadway, a motormsn. was taken to the City Hospital last nlcht suffering from sfricus injuries which, he says, srtre Inflicted bv two men In a saloon at Eighth and Hickory streets at " . sa. He declares he was beaten almost insensible by his assailants: Fred Wolf of No. I'M South Ninth street, and P. C. Asucher ef No. 1121 South Hath street, were arrested on sus picion of being the seen whs ceasardtted the assanH. -""WBBBw- After the sew. res4 tat Want Asa. "2 HllsBBRBBnaPBBBBBBBBBBBBl I NO WAR FOR ST. LOUIS, - SAYS JOSEPH A, JACKSON. PrewMeat af TyaMssrnipkteal rale lalea Xaw H Thlaka Lawal rriatera TsVUI Avat.1 Traable. The resnTutlnn adnnted bv the printers Sunday demanding an eight-hour day for all lob men. was the miblect of much dis cussion yesterday, hut there were pracA tically no devrlopmtnts. Xotlccs of the resolution were not uw- a4Vi.e.. I Mia-.v lku tnnMilmrw aks tils f VfiT tbetae yesterday, but Presidtnt Joseph A- Jacksun of Typor;raprucai i nin .-o. a stated that they would be delivered Just as soon as possible. The employers will be required to-answer the printers' demands immediately upon receiving the copy of the resolution. Ail shops which refuse to comply with the demand will be refused union labor. Joseph A. Jackson, president of the local union, still clini-'s to his first statement thit trouble n St. Louis will be avoided. "The printers don't want any trouble, anil the typothetae is always '- favcr of peaee. so whv should there be troubler argues Mr. Jackson. TOLEDO PRINTERS WALK OUT. JVpotbetae -Kefnses to Sign Eight-Hoar Contracts. itnrrnuc special. Toledo. O.. Spt. IL The expected blow BIRD'S- EYE MATCHES ifaaBBi 1. Safety roughly handled, with a ttmmuai liability of ifiition. 9 wfilasf JSSsfl R-,ents wnen attackuie or pmmg BBBkSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB the the match, because the main head main head contains no phosphorous. 3m Safewfv Theff tr" ilf,er - ip,itk -S tstnVtanaV tVan-mal las sbbb? faWsnl &?, am II Btrd's-Eye Matches. 4. Safety S. Safety the dwt'mctive marks of the Diamond Match Company (Be ware of Imitations). The superiority and ehsxllence of the pfoduct ef she Diamond March Company have been well-known to the pub lic for upwards of twenty-five years past; and the fact that the above brand is being put up by that company, under its naaaa and endorsement, is sufficient to rtcomniend its adoption by aW public to the exclusion of all other makes. We are prepared to furnish the trade, in addition to ato Bird's-Eye.thefoUmrinz brands: tUHFm Ey and .njCiyall statures above iridicated. Note tfeswands. DCQ Old Father Time is up to date, He never is a moment late. "Without the Bell, my name, says he, "Would soon be Old Eternity" Th difference between tai end-eternity is illustrated by tl man who to suddenly desttvi or hU Bell Telephone $2 A MMth at Imm baa beets struck in the war betweem tkw Typographical Urloa and the Catted iy pothetae aad as a result aborst any bbbs and seven shops are sewed up. The action was taken this asoraias; wnew the committee of the local presented tba scaie ior an eutni-ooBr oay to tae bubs i bera of the local typothetae. Without es 1 ceptlon they Satly refwed to sign, aad aa result the men walked out. What la considered aa a highly favorabfcs condition for the strikers is the fact that the apprentices, proofreaders and other helpers over whom the unions have no control voluntarily quit work out of syas pathy. It ii expected that the printers who are not members of the typotbeta will sign the scale. . TO DISCUSS EInVHOUII DAY. International BaiMiag Trades Council Meets in Denver. Denver. Sept. It The eighth annual con vention of the International fbjtMla-T Trades Council met here to-day wan about 1 delegates, la attendance. The eight hour workday and important sptestlona fa Jurisdiction are to be considered. Secretary H. W. gtelnblsa of 8C lVous. In the official call for the convention, said: "Never before In the history of the labor movement has there been more cause for united action of unions composing the building Industry than to-day. 'when 'th National Cltlsens Alliance and the Em ployers Association are using; every ssrsns at their command to divide the MfMlne? trades and disrupt orgaalaaUoBa of labor a Rlal . Heaas prevent fire from side ftirtirnS, The box can be dropped, broken ar WaX Oft Spliltt Old is J nil ssBjBBaBsa satiaaan vnai Protected dps strike anywhere heads don't 'fly. The boxes are printed with aKMsV ink on WM Box Board, and bear CsVbbWI of which possess the carefully the i M A s Bsssar-. -- WaataVeRl - -.' lAif J -i-5e'st.