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Mining Com piny Work a Specialty. l Address all Communications to THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, Blsbee, Arizona. MR. KINO, THE MENTOR. The bill which too legislature has so warmly welcomed for the recall of the federal Judiciary, Is avowedly the production of Mr. Judeon King, a representative nnd apostle ot the Na tional Referendum lenjue. Mr. King Is a socialist as nil the leaders of the leaguo aro and as those of the Di rect Legislation league are. It will le recalled that John Z. White, a Chi cago socialist and representative o' tho latter league, performed vallaLt Mid effective serviee lor the cause in the convention campaign. In mentioning these facts we must not he understood te be of the belief n xu J Ol VJb 2 own OF-TML-MOMENT fry feoy K.'MonHcm.. MAKING A CHOICE You aslt me stranger, who's my choice For president today. I'll tell e' 'tis no diim He; I really cannot cay. Seems like I pick a feller out Who looks right good to inc. Who hasn't got a single flaw So fur a I kin see; When suddenly I read as how He stole a hosa one time And how he's been most all his life. Dp to somo petty crime. Then, of course, I pick out some on else To be my candidate. There nln't no breath again his name That no one kin relate. Things seem to go all right for him For 'bout a week or two; Then folks begin to dig up things They soy he UBed to do. My second candidate, it seens, Ain't quite up to the first. Of all the men who have been named He seems to be the worsL (I keep on pickln' of 'era out. But they re all just tno same; Somebody points out all their liaws For that's part of tho game. I think by Jink If old George Wat.ii Should como back now and run For president they'd git his goat Before he had begun. I guess it's Just about as well Rcpub or democrat To shut your eyes and pick out one And let it go at that. (Copyright 1311. C K. Mather) I'o 6tlck and place It at tho head of every garden so you win know wnicu are the radishes and which are the cucumbers. Thursday Water the garden anil begin to worry because thero Is noth ing in sight yet. Buy a piano on tho installment plan expecting to pay for it out of tho money you save by mislni- vnnr own vegetables. Friday Go out ana sit on a soapj REVOLUTIONARY LEADER I 1 1G sStwrmmzss He Is Least Known of Prom inenl Men Who Are Con nected with Rebellion Against Madero in Mexico-- DICKENS ., MRS-fiOfiUESIINCttOOT; OPPORTUNITY AND' FATE ! t 6nr coYirso'tilixough'llfe JWe shall jooet' tho iidprdo; nhotare coming to lid.i.from- mniif 'alrimnn nlApetf arid hvmUhrfdtrirnir r toil 8. and what Appears to Belong to the Camp and to Hills of His ! " iBfc&ZJrm nU;h;teVtt',r,,?!ff'Kvl11 a" L- Countrv ! ,r?WiiV0.?. . ....-rw. .i'r- .,., uibt ' Uicketmioftca no'rcd a-stein'toelieJIrt'lbe htfciprablllty of Tate I His bollef.ln, God was what we. of today, call ..oil-fashioned. He bo- llevedjthit' all ,lifp' wWplanned for y'a,u,Qr.vnivMi,.''u,.i ,.,i ,..'Jtil y r p j -- r-e-. - ' .-.,. --. FT1' MEXICO CITY April 17. While ported to hav done murh m nn box and watch your garden and tell t most ot the other military personages him away from tho Madero Interests, your neighbor all about It over tho of the two revolutions have permitted It is probablo that a feeling that ho back fence. their personalities, views aud dally himself "made" Madero, and that ho Saturday Peek out ot the bark I movements to become subject matter 'has not been pleased vlth his own window and see if tho garden Is still (for tho icncl!s and typewriters of the handiwork. Is responsible for his pres tiiere. I correspondents with considerable freo-icnt revolutionary activity. Ho has evl- Sunday SUy away from the gar-'dom tho most Interesting figure ot,dently come to the conclusion that den and try to forget It. Tell your wire mem an at mo present moment is at if she ever mention. It to ou again 'the same time one of the least known you will suo for divorce. The only I either In Mexico or out. That ts Pas way to get any satisfaction out of alcual Onwco tho fighting head of tho kitchen garden Is to forgot it entirely present revolution as well as of that Satisfaction Is the only thing you will of a year ago. get out of it. There ifl no way to get Orozco it a lean, angular man whoto any vegetables out of it. i personality is redolent of the camp and iuo urns uuu uoi ai an oi mo council his own Ideas on Important subjects are about as sound as anybody elsc'a and he has thus far kept himself In a relation to tho revolution where his Ideas will havo to be considered In the eteut of a successful outcome. He has developed rapidly as a fac tor In Mexican revolutionary politics fW. .? .. j. . . , 4 A . 1 .. . J li.l.il V tr i f TVi'fetrUggld'Sgklnst Fate' rab'fonieiledleii3rf lib. ftcht .,... 1 WV4liLmr Ufluj ta.u., nui... , .f ,. ,, , ,.,,j if UUtM .'.wne, 1.. A. ..- fl.(. i-..'a,..,1J'' -rr ' i--u,ti. . ,u ... r ; j WJII. ,.man may be InsOi,9 JRwesJ Tvajks.jft U'MjlQ f'flifr" "lEe aDovlLti l .. ilH-,.1 .H t rH liMM '.nii' Fifif lia"s ' placed' llltri 'wlicrb ie-the VrilT?aA!f.",li"Tf htUfVllio Jeslro f.nd the bnrehstb'Mlll'nbt ihrtjtaa Without i'stru;gre;laiin't IWblft. strug gle h&rd'cnpugh he Will HJ-J "'' ' ' " "-' t ' If it Just blind fato that makes one, jnan. by work, and tireless endeavor succeed 'wherp a dozen ylli the taint- changes' fal(i ' f' LiTXLE HOUSEHOLD INFELICITIES chamber of state nor of the drawing "Or course you let tho ordering of room. Outside his own particular clr- the coal go until the last minute and ' cle there are not many who know even then we don t have any for a uay or now om ne is. it. is a moral cenainiy "ATiai Is opportunity?" nrked 'au ambitious girl of me. "f Jove, music. I s my own violin I ha-.e liitelligonc e. If I 'will work 1 can make a" name nd it is th vprv .1.i.uii,iiit v tr,,., v,i,' even though I never have a chance to fctudj- abroad or from groat masters. development Is yet Incomplete that ' My violin is my opportunity and w ork is the way to make It count." makes his personality particularly In- Tn oues wl, complain most of 1 ack of opportunity are those who wish terestlng. He has made his revolu- t0 nave eacn steP hewn outfit the Jock bifore they venture tj c'inp. tion so substantial an affair that It Is' wo of today do not fear that an arbitrary power will sehl "peoplo from" two. A man for shiftlessness every-1 that he can hog-.'tle" a slecr quicklv liard to believo that he, himself, will i strange placec and by strange roads,' who will influence us for aught but timo. ' antl artistically, that lie can tnrow a 'For the love of Mlko are you go- aiamonu nitcn on r pacic animal ana lng to wear that lid to church Mag- that when he speaks he Is In the habit gie? Haven't you got a st-cso of the of receiving respectful attention, ridiculous?" I For a Mexican he Is a large man. A 'I suppose when you ro away 111 , life In the deserts and mountains of get about one picture - postcard per the north has tanned him with a 'week. ust noi'gh to make mo sorry parciimen nnisn nna nas Deaueawcu I nave to stay ju uuiup. mai iuu iwov tihuw vna. iwia bM HOW TO MAKE A KITCHEN "For heaven's sake take that deal better on horseback than on the GARDEN cheese out in the woodbhed ard kill : ground. His hair and mustache are Monday-Co out In the back yard it with an ax." black and the latter droops from unr and mark off a nice sunny spot and in "It takes a woman for business. I strained habit. His photographs show the evening sit down with the wife suppose you would buy something ' him slightly stooped and looking and pick out the sort of vegetable's from every peddler who came along, straight at the camera as if more in lr mere was one utiic c-ti ,i,r """-, iciesicu iu n uiau ,u iuc ,.-oun , which you desire to raise and figure that nothing good can come out of I out Just how much )ou are going , to " rave and beat the grocer out of. Then Nazareth and that essentially what- pjan w hat you are going to do with ever comes from socialism is wrong. I all the money you save. Tuesday Go to the hardware store We only want to disprove or mini- ana buy $9 worth of tools and then mtze in advance any charge that may so and buy the seeds. Itakc up the cans and clear a space for the garden be later laid, that the first Arizona Wednesday Spade up your srarden THE DAY OF REST i:toK." "Of course Anastasia If you think vou must' sing you will have to sine and gel it out of your system but it does seem as though there is enough Badness In tho world now without adding any." Where Is tophet are my fcllppors" I suppose they have gone to the rum- . .- ,! .,lont .. cncwlc iiulne UT-iVt fnmj m&i:n WilC alOTlSC Wltn IHC irOUSWfH state legislature couii)osu m uub . . ", r. : ------ ----- , - . . .. , Mo tack the enintv seed envelope on of my ures sun pan oi ine Euiea eona aim ieei-i headed business men are Inadvertent-1 ly eating out of the hands of social ists. '. Of course, we understand that -what-ever may be said for or against Mr. King's proportion is necessarily idle nnd academic. Should his views take the form of a completed act. It would then be nothing more than a more ot less Interesting expression of a ma jority of the members of the legislature. tho senn-shots. What ho thinks, what ho Intends to do become apparent chiefly in his ac tions. Not that he has the reputation of being morose or bilent, for his men seem to think him an Ideal lender; bat he has novcr courted publicity in any of his, campaigns,. He had been fighting' In" the MartjTo" revolution ivn yoar several months before the re porters found out what his name was and began putting him in the news The capture of Juarez eany in May 1911, less than a year ago, brought him into nublic view. President Made ro had been busy and conspicuous with his organization of a provisional government whose ramlilcations ex- bo obliterated, even though tho move. I wni, w w"l '"fni to do , t ment ma be supr.rossed He is a We of ,M'8 (ln-v believe in a ki.nl er fate We believe in the God within young man with an undoubted abllltv ourselves. i ine uou mat miiKc us master or circumstances. ; for leadership, and with the taste ol I authority ho has enjoyed it Is no". , likely that he will permit himself tr be retired to private life even if he should be persuaded to compromise with th government upon political uiHerenccs. A NEW PLAN OF RECALL Mr. Arthur J. Eddy, a lawyer of distinction and a somewhat volumin ous writer on law and other topics, rddressed the Chicago Bar associa tion last week on the subject of the recall of Judge3. "Without commit ting himself to the principle of the lccali, Mr. Eddy says that the demand lor It must be reco; THIS DATE IN HISTORY 177j Ride of Paul Revere from Bos- . ton to Lexington. lditor "Bisbee Review:" 1823 George Cabot, a noted leader Some of our friends are a little hit nt Hip fpilsral nartv died iii l.iizz'en over a certain reference In Boston. Horn in Salem. Mas., vour artlclo of April 10th, oa "The Day ' tended all the way from Washington Dec. 3, 1752. of Rest." Thoy wonder how so email to the Interior of his own country; 1S53 Wllilam It. King, thirteenth u boay as the Adventints could be so but Orozco had been dolns most ol vice-president of the United i-ufcesstul in defeating rellsious le.;- the fighting. States, died in Alabama. Horn islation and would appreciate a little, Twice since then Orozco has bee-i in North Carolina. April 7, further information. j in Mexico City. He came first to per- j;gc , The writer has been watching thW'sonaliy escort President Madero to iKfil Hnriier'R Ferrv seized by the movement In Arizona for tho past thlr-, the palace on the day of hU inaugura- Confederates ty vears-this movemtnt to obtain rt-1 tion in September. He came again iS7nmnin of Or. Uvineston. tfcc Hplous laws and tho efforts to ke-p , quietly last February on personal bus- rxnlorcr. Interred in the West, church separate from the state minster Abbey. It worn hat in .,.,.. ,,, i... ... tt.ji-1 u i mentioned, maintain "M-ir.5f V 'n.r'" ,"'h"nf United States, according to constit, . . .. ' tinnnl pun ran tees. US lOUnUing. ...u- i ,; rlAn ntint ht .nrlfTPil iY, vnennnalhtllt v nt mnvn Inir n na.cl& ISSS-Roscoo Conklln. New "iork bum Jaw fQr h,8 rcUglolll. traJn f valuable ore through -'the ?n ?a8n' 0C I belief. While they believe and prar- mountains to Chihuahua city, to a .- , . . a rotc'tice the keeping of the seventh t'ay position whet e he expects to make or lOOt-Large part of San Francisco C3actl as dld christ, the Divine mod- unmake presidents. So far as anybody destroyed by earthquake ami and ,abor Qn the Krst da7i Slinda , jknows there are no heraldic symbols f'rc- ... , vet they affirm 'hat it would be Jost'of Spanish nobility anywhere up the iyii oeiijamiu r. uuu cicn ,,.. ,rnn anil uniut to lorco men to , Orozco rami y tree, .vien who usea w keep Saturday as It is to force them j know him in Chihuahua when, wltn a to keep Sunday. They argue, with I revolver and rifle, he took charge ot borne force ol reascp, that the most 1 his own pack train and delivered oro AdventisLs, vo that in the iness with the government In a period of a little over a year Pascual Orozco has removed himself from his rather humble station ot be- individual ' lng the trusty man who could be glveu dent of the railroad. Missouri Pacific., that he regards with increasing ? r . h7dark ih ages through a country where his main business was to watch out for and keen off bandits in Chihuahua, say that in those days he had difficulty in tirehenbion each recurring campaign. I were simnlv the final rcsult3 of legi gnized. This in'Hc becomes more and .tluX'Jl Rtmmpnt mint h taken hv Intel!!- of the political boss und of the chans- ,.nt reformers to show that Jast -is I reading anything that wa8 not set in strument must be taken bv liaroiu 1 lndPendence is !oon as Arizona. California and the I cear type But he prospered in a ma- geht men out of the hands ot tho is- inS People. His independence ii I)istrl(,t of Columbia, are brought Tuio I terial way End was far from being rorant the vicious and the vlslonarv. I slipping away. Each election Is real-, ,he chaii. of states having bunuay IKor when he took up tne revolution r.orant. tlic vicioub anu me visionar.. ..!.,,. then thero will be placed inarv cause. His claim against the Ma- Accordingly Mr. Eddy proposes a new,' a recal' ciecuoa u.m mc n.u. ",lhe ,)anda of Btcrn rciSiouh politicians 'dcro government fo- iersonaI services Djan 111 nas oeen aoopieu ouiy iuuim" a iower tnai Amcncaiib uave uicnut-u, 1 ana expense incuirvu uy uumtu " that matters may he mado worse by Of the recall in Oregon, California and aa It has been proposed In Ari zona Mr. Eddy says: "The recall Is n crude and cumbersome proposition, so crude and cumbcrsomo It amounts to little more than a threat and threats never tend toward Independ ence." And after an analysis of the California and Oregon systems, Mr. Eddy finds some Justification for the California system which was adopted to combat conditions that had become notorious. The object was to create a Judiciary that would he Independent of influences which had controlled many of tho courts of that state. that will cause old and joung, ir- father, who Is now a colonel timier ms f-nrrtloKH nf ronsciopce. creed, belief command, amounted to S30.000 gold a shortening of the intervals between cr unbeli'f, to bow .11 abject submis-1 The assertion that oniy mair that sion to the mechanical religious nisii- amount was allowed na8 Deen re unions, regardless cf its value, H i-onvonlence. its orizin, or its truth or falsity. In defeno.- of religious lib-. erty, they also quote from tr.e nignes. known authority on that subject: it was Christ who forever withdre.v frnm minklnd the idea of reliciov under conditions that will present but djrtatton, when he said: "If any man one Issue to be voted on namely. Is hear my words and lelleve not, I judc him not; for 1 came t.ot to judge tho the opposing candidate a better man word but l0 BaVe the world. A.n for tho office tbar. the sitting Judge',when two of his follower suggests tuat punisamcni wa uuu rvm;; .. had disagreed wltn me saviour, ne rv elections. Mr. Eddy's plan is this: the elec tion of judges for life, subject to "re election" (a euphemism for "recall") at any time at the will of the people. According to this plan, there is to Members of the opposition party In the Mexican congress have started a movement to abolish I ho office of vice president, their main object being to, .polish Pint Suar . whom they do. iiot like. This opposition Includes some of the people who mado Madero president and it is likely that the cf-, fort to change the constitution Willi cause considerable strlfa. But there Is another aspect of the J cause. The office was created at the lime the New York financial Interests furniblied monev for tho nationaliza tion of thf Mexican railwavs. there 1 not having been ireviously a vlc'e-.j presidency. The idei was to give an' immediate succession at the brad ot the government n the event the pres; Ident died or was suddenly removed. The .Interests,' which really creatpC,' tho office have not yet been htfard from and may ftrove a verv effective source of support to the Madero gov ernment In saving Tlno Suarez to the administration. As in some other ountrie the stu dent ejement of Mexico Is allotted more or less importance of a political tharactcv. Their views are publibhod In the newspapers as. sometimes', art? 'the reports of their riots and other manifestations. They are a select bod) of young men from whow numbei will bo picked the congressmen and cabinet oflcers of a later day. They are now bjsy supporting the "constitutional government,' welcom ing home former President de 12 Bar ra and in many other ways, not ail being entirely consistent; but a in o mi other things they have formed a mili tary corp3 for home guard duty. A cadet from Chapultepec is in com mand. On one of the principal resi dence streets every evening tliey may be seen in th midst of military evolu tions and betting up drilK Running is one of the disagreeable features of this norfonnance. "For ward!" shouts The officer and tho corps breaks Into a iuii to the end of the block with a ii'-ick "riht about" hinil Imi-t- ThftV nrtitr. nt Ihp strirf. ing point breathless and, as one man, reach for their coat sleeves, extra", handkerchiefs and alternately elevat ing their feet, carefully briihti the dust from the immaculate "shine" which, above all else, must be maintained in violate. Then they resume mixed dis cussions of bull-rings and polices. sssRiy f w- ! W"i?w?a. m-m ti- t-i "As one whom his moth- romfoptl- '-- isar ' XVI, 13 A boo unheided n her lap, she sit- ' ,ili l'CTiiinp r rs And looks from out the window at ir-c ili.s' tII- that :nc "Yet soon she crosses all the hills anH fm-Ir -j 1?iliW -,tra'ifht To where the children clamber O'l the fe' - be-' Je the tfr: To where the children hail her Whh their shcuts o'. -rondrou: pits. Yet itill 'he hook, unheeded, ie- half opei. on Her kne:. Arc far from cut the windov bends the sVy ia haey blue, And she fares forth upon a toad that leads hc ifteaojO-! throwfkj ' Thu hiiiritj down the city streets until 3he finds a door Which opens to her ecntle knoetj ar-d then, la cHof J ore, 1 She hears the laughter of her boy, he sorrows when he grieves. Yet still the book is lyinp vith her hanc betveen ht leasee. And now she coes another wav, whr'e mcunuins touch the Vn She threads the forest fastnesses until she draws anigh The little cottaec where her e'rl has hr loed fo !n?lrc a hsme, Where, in the distance on the 5ea, ate gleams of upflmiE fora; And for a while they speak of all the joys lhat used tc be Yet still the book, unheeded, lies hal'-open on her knee. And so she fares till sunset, she goes far and far away, Uut always finds her haven at the endine of the day; And takes her book and idly at the opened pages peers With eyes that have the softness that is caused by unshed tears, And sometimes she will murmur low, and sometimes she will smile, For out and over all the land her heart has been the while. be no question of recalling a judge; Luked, the reformer by saying' "Ye i-.now not uiu luuiiubi , a,,... j - for anything he has done. That, says Mr. Eddy, would be "the Injection tain no btatcraents rejecting In any winner upon the peroa or record of tho Judge whose p06'.: 11 is in volved." It should he added that Mr Eddy's plan contemplates ono and only one o'pposlng candidate. This project Is dlflerent from any Bui. says Mr. Eddy: "The people may not know Just what Is wToaslfitne;;3 l lhe caadl'lateF- Tl,crcforo and not knowing thy are ready toTetilions tor Tc-eiecuon snouiu cou- take almost any quack remedy that is proposed and the recall Is a quacks remedy, but like many a quack rem edy it may work, though If it docj, it will bo duo to good luck rather tlian to good Judgment." The recall as it has been adopted, soya Mr. Eddy, is not much more vi cious than tho recall as it has been j.ractlced under another name In all the states the short term system under which judges are compelled to stand for re-election after fixed in- fiemfc., WVT.WBWr. Eddy. "U tho recall In its mosrirrational'form.-J Thus,' tho Judge who has Juft a Iucra- T'T. are of." As the matter now stands, we An ..- nnt- h -lf!i f, rcmi ft.- Tfcn.'- of a personal element which would. ,,,., c,ir,,iBv nr nturdav or on ans-f ISllI,' - - --- - - obscure the real Issue, the superior day or all days we wish; to work ori ceaso s well. Wo aro free, a we' were designed to be. to carry out o- , convictions. And really, Mr. Editor. I don't believe you will find the un shackled neoplo of Arlona and Cal--( ifornia such a .terrible A-xamplo, if .... ! .1.m ...ItK cstm..' you II jusi coraimic iuu nu " ..r hnc i--nuiprn boundaries where they aro forced to look religious oaf Sunday. CONFERENCE ON THE NEGRO Tl'SKKOEB. Ala., April 17 A score of missionary societies and mini- other that has orcr been proposed, it I itous foreign countricu arc repre sented by delegates at mo interna tional Conference on the negro, which. carefully (, me practice fonithe bench subsists from tenu to' tefmf on- iiiadcijuate salary. His practice has bo6n diss! iated,and the longer he ecrves, the nioro' difficult it will bo for blm to re-enter practice. It Is t,o wonder differs Ironi the Swiss plan In that It makes no provision for the consider- alion of charges against the judgo and for placing that bare question before the voters. On tho contrary mat question Is lo be mosti aro lforn permit' thctnominat'.cn of many can didates sothat the Judge chosen may 1 be elected by a very small minority of all the Votes cast, leaving the question of Stnes3 wholly undctfcr- ornia'aiid the 0reg6n plans; which ptrtgri"a, an i-dllor of C mined. ,uo,ntilp,l t Tubkegee Inittttuie to nsv for a three days' bCSbion. The general purpose ot me coiueronce 10 1 . if . . l.n ...nL that a f-.lln, flit in Africa and clbowhere for the educa-t t mMKBDn-rinBaH&a l ' fv VlTHa Practical Fashions I; Wnni itsWBWssssstsMjMji ladvs two-piece skirt. WF.m m f a it 1 fc 'In -..ifV&rtflssvssWKissiKl :i I II '.i I r$mmm . r i , ,I.;;Ussss'94BsssssBKBs&asssn i IB II I P flf$ SwB ""11' - 1 . t "-- : ILLINOIS i VA 7 E POLITICS EXCITE MUCH NATIONAL INTEREST THIS YEAR 'OSSZsi Hon and unbuilding of negro people. Booker T. Washington presmou ai Wo Tina bno For tho thiro timo in tho last few y ears China Is to send to the I nlted t' La Irk an her representative. Wu ot. f ZZTnnMS appears .aro wvdlomats- so many -iriuiiUH aim uin (wen bj sincerely missed when recalled as this ouental. He was at oufs with his homo government undor the monarch's 'ane Towni Hev l8dtali Coda slshuba. prijildent of theSBthopian church at -tfucons- . ..-,t. Afrlm,- lr.t.- MrL- C ..-..?: J r-.i.i i'nk. Afrtm- nev. reign, because of his advanced ideas, .. V. ,,'.1.. r Aiinnn roi.rr.spnilnir and it has been through his efforts to tho Stewart Foundation- for . Africa, and Dr. Cornelius II. Pattoii. home sec retary for thp American Board of Com uiieoloncrs tor Foreign Missions, a great extent that tho king was de throned. He is In full accord with the rejwibllc and a close friend of tho president. . '. The two-plcce skirt Is best adapted to wide materials such as broadcloth, the new taffetas and velveteen which como 45 Inches In width and other tailor fabrics of soft, lustrous finish. .TWmddet HlfistrateTT iR.nrtfdyfJlajts and has a very small plait undertofatJ at each side seam. Tho pattern (5531) Is cut In elres 23 to 30 IdcIipr waist measure. Medium size requires 2 yard c Inch ma terial. To procure thU pattern Wca 13 cent to "Vattem Department," of this paper. Write name and address plainly, end t sura w give size sad aiiinttr of pitleri. Se.j-JVtj '" 'jLaSC!J vHSBBBBBBufc vBBBBn. '.ItW finer left. Governor Deneen; upper right. Edvara T. Dunne; below. Law rence Y. Sherman. As a result of tho btate primaries in Illinois It is very evident that tho people of-the state aro tired ot lxir Imer and his methods. Aside from the national fight for delegates, the men who will head tho state light become of particular interest. Gover nor Deneen, the present Incuraben', was nominated as the republican choice for a third term. Opposed to Lhlm will bo Edward i Dunne on Uie widely known. Lawrchcd Y. Sherman wllf" probably, succeed tho afed 'Shel by M. Cullom in .the senate race. This will mark the end of tho oldest sena tor In the point ot bcrvico In tho up per branch of congrebs. The aged senator has served continuously since 18S3.' . , rti v , I ! I i MtMMIIIIIW M ) sVf - ).-' - "- . V.--4V"AP.V.VAA . , , , - , ,--.-- -j - . 1m