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ITALY'S ACTION HITSENGLAND
Complications Threatened as Result of
Seizing of Brltlth Ship In
the Red Sea.
London, Jan. 30. Complications be
tween Italy and Great Britain are
threatened as a result of the activity
ot Italian warships in the Red sea in
preventing the shipment of war con
trabands into Turklnsh territory. Tho
British consul at Hodedah, Arabia,
Monday sent an urgent appeal for a
warrhip. This appeal followed a
Lloyd's dispatch from Hodedah which
stated that the Italian cruiser Pied
mont had forcibly, seized a motor
launch flying the British flag. The
Italian fleet cruising In tho Red sea off
Hodewah has given .notice that It will
open a bombardment within a few
Lake Superior Freezing All Over.
Duluth, Minn., Jan. 30. Lake Supe
rior Is believed to bo freezing over Its
entire area. It It does so freeze, It
will be tho first tlmo In memory of
white man. The lco field, Is now so
great that open water can be seen
from only a few points on either
Mrs. R. B. Brevard "will entertain
tho Embroidery Club tomorrow after
' noon. All members invited and
expected to bo present.
Peter Malcolm was pretty badly
scalded at tho veneor mill last week.
He will bo able to be out In a few
ROUTE SIX NEWS.
Mrs. Mattle Shaw spent Friday with
Mrs. Carrie KItnes.
Mrs: Bolt was tho guest of Mrs.
Craig and family Sunday.
Mrs. Alice, Jeffries spent Sunday
evening with Mrs. Craig.
Ezra Anderson was the guest of
Miss Mai Stowc Sunday.
Henry Hlgglus was tho guest ot
Miss Ola Whltworth Sunday.
Chester Stowo was tho guest of
Miss Ida Bolt Sunday evening.
Bonnie Stowe and Willie Jones
spent Sunday with Lena. Jeffries.
Ernest Brlce was the guest of Miss
Beddlo Montgomery Sunday evening.
LIgo Bradsbaw was the guest of
Miss Florence Jeffrie's Sunday aftor
won. The dance glvon at Jim Sansom's
Saturday night was greatly onjoyod
by tho young folks. ,
Miss Beddlo Montgomery and Flor
ence Jeffrie wero the gueste of Mrs.
Carrie Klmes Sunday.
TAFT ENTERS ON !THE DAY IN.C0NCRESSJ
A $2,000 Investment, flvo houses,
bringing an. exceptional Income. See
M. B. Shaw.
FURS WANTED: I pay cash for
hides and -furs of all kinds. A. S.
Look ! Look !
Now is the time for you to buy your
HORSE COVERS, 'LAP ROBES,
and SADDLES. ,1 am making a
special price now to get rid of them
for Spring stock.
PHONE 154 ;
HICKMAN HARNESS CO.
PRESIDENT IS SCEDULED TO PAY
VISITS TO CLEVELAND, CO
LUMBUS AND AKRON.
IS IN HOT-BED OF POLITICS
Executive Is Expected to Make Strlk.
Ing Speech at Tippecanoe
Club Banquet In Cleve
Cleveland, O., Jan. 30. Invading a
hot-bed of national politics, President
Taft crossed tho line Into Ohio early
Monday. Ho was due to arrivo hero
at 11:20 o'clock, this being his first
scheduled stop on a tour of tho state
which will consume three days.
. In addition to Cleveland, Columbus
and Akron are promised visits, Taft
spending Tuesday"and part of Wednes
day in tho former and part ot Wednes
day afternoon and evening in the lat
After being mot at tho Euclid avo
nuo station by a commlttco, It was
planned to escort tho president to his
hotel, whence ho would go to tho
Chamber of Commerco for an address
to Its members and to bo tho guest
at a private luncheon given by Pres
ident Charles E. Adams.
The program thereafter Included a
conference of nearly two hours be
tween tho presldont and former Gov.
Myron T. Herrlck; a reception to old
soldiers and to Tippecanoe club mom
bers, this being the only function
open to the general public; an ad
dress to students of tho Clovoland
Law school, the Tippecanoe club ban
quet, with an attendance of moro than
COO expected, and tho presldont at tho
last speaker; thenoe an 11 o'clock
trip to a dinner given by Hungarians
and another speech, the day to be
concluded with the drive to the presi
dential car and departuro at 2 MO
o'clock in tho morning for Columbus.
Thoso watching national politics an
ticipate a striking speech from the
presldont at tho Tippecanoe banquet.
In Its earllor stages much of tho pro
gressive Republican propadana ema
nated from Cleveland, and tho desire
to' observe the president's treatment
ot "Insurgency" In his native stato
has beon general.
Senate In session at 2 p. m.
Resuming Senator Lorlnicr's cross
examination. Investigating committee
hoped to conclude testimony this
Houso mot at noon. '
Debate on Iron and steel tariff re
vision bill resumed. Bill to bo passed.
Steel trust hearing resumed with an
inquiry Into labor conditions at steel
House Democrats will caucus to de
termine It an economy prpgram shall
be adhered to In the present congress.
Tho fight against tho' proposed JIB,
000,000 public building bill Is expectod
to bo tho chief feature. Chairman
Fitxgerald of the appropriations com
mittee, Dcmocratlo Loader Under
wood and others hope to defeat the
plan In the caucus.
CHICAGO SOCIETY WOMAN GIVES
SELF UP TO POLICE.
After Hiding 6lnce Murder Indict
ment, She Walks Into Court,
Accompanied by Friends.
HOUSE RENEWS STEEL FIGHT
Leaders of Both Sides Agree That
Measure Shall Be Placed
on Its Passage.
Washington, Jan. 30. The. houso
Monday took up the Iron and steel
schedule whero it loft off at midnight
Saturday after Republicans had strug
gled vainly f6r 11 hours to nmeml tho
Majority Lender Underwood and
Minority Leader Mann had agreed
that tho bill should bo called up and
placed on Its passage.
Democratic leaders expect somo of
the Republican progressives to vote
for the bill on tho roll call.
Policeman to Run for Congress.
Chicago, Jan. 30. Former Police In
spector William P. Clancy, reduced to
rank of captain a week ago, has re.
signed and will seek the Democratic
nomination for congress.
J. H. Provow orders tho Courier
sent to LoRoy Rumley, at Dyersburg,
FOR SALE: Two residences on
Troy avenuo. Cood lot, barn, otc.
Ono houso hns 10 rooms; tho other
4 room 8 Lot 100x180. Also another
good residenco noar tho Presbyterian
church. All of theso arc A No. 1
picco of property. Reasonable
terms. Apply at this office.
Joo Cantlllon has arranged games
with Toledo, Milwaukee Memphis
Nashville for tho spring training.
TIicbo games will bo played hero If
arrangements can bo inndo for ground
A commlttco of tho Kontucky Club
has been appointed and something
definite will probably, bo dono in a
FOR SALE AT ONCE Ono million
extra fine cypress shingles. C. M.
Yates Shinglo Co.
Chicago, Jan. 30. Mrs. Reno II.
Morrow, accused of the murdrr of hur
husband, Invontor Charles Morrow,
has been surrendered by her attorney,
Charles Krbsteln. nt tho sheriff's of.
flee. After a tirlef delay, the woman
was taken to n cell and locked up
under tho Indictment returned Satur
day afternoon, charged with first do
A fw minutes later Attorney Erb
steln appeared before Judgo Foul moro
Cooper of the superior eourt and se
cured a writ of habeas corpus for tho
production of Mrs. Morrow before tho
court at 2 o'clock Erbstcln declares
Mrs. Morrow's constitutional Vlithtit
have been vllated in the reopening
of tho Inquest after a verdict of sui
cide had been returned after the probe
of her husband's death.
Before being taken to a cell In tho
county Jnll, Mrs. Morrow, who wns
accompanied to tho sheriff's offlco by
three women friends and fellow club
members, said she Itml spent Sunday
In retirement In tho city.
"I am Innocent, and I think wo will
prove It at tho trial," slio dealared.
"And I could sen no reason why I
should spend my time In Jail There It
no danger of my running awny. so I
Just decided not to report to the ofil
ccrs until now. I feel that I nm a
victim of unfortunate circumstances
and tho police hove no right to lock
With her friends still accompanying
her, Mr Morrow wns taken to the
Jail. Thero the women departed after
affectionately embracing tho prisoner
and declaring their overlnstlng belief
In her innoccnc.
Live Litterateur rteienitd
"You dull! tt-rui o ri ir .
Ibors ciccpt iliuae of previa -nutlon."
-Well." rrplnnl Mr tutor..
kind o' pn-)th'd In tholr fa"
ne. there's no rltanev thai mm
the clrls will Invito nm to
ifcl supercilious siHl superior
A Perilous Duty
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ne'ut pnystoMu. tt or rqmr ,
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different congregations. He knew by
experience the difficulty of sermon
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a preacher cannot find matter for
preaching every morning nnd evening,
"nor will tho people come to hear him.
whereas If ho novcr stays moro than
a portnlght in ono place ho will find
plenty of matter, and the people will
hear him gladly I know that wero I
to preach one wholo yenr In ono placo
I should preach both myself and my
congregation to sleep -
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