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. /i*7' * ' '"1 ? '11? y . / I SFEQAL1ZA Pk; , _ I KEYNOTE TO ===== |% V FAs an example we ploy1. a man who has de H Another reason p good clothes for maoTTOOSPIH ^jttnitedVvb B W. A. HERS I 314 W.I ft TEE LARGEST $15 MERCUA1 1 HITE GETS A I RECEPTIC Hf. w Concrete Evidences of Influen- jk tial Suonort Continue to V Pour into Headquarters. si HUNTINGTON, March 11.?Upon P hJa return from a ten days' trip through the eastern and northern sec- i d tlons of. the state, \V. P. Hito, candidate for the Republican nomination | for United States senator. Btated that * his reception had been cordial and ?ll reassuring beyond his expectations S and that the substantial evidences of E support. manifested almost every-1 fc where were of the most encourag- c ing nature. Mr. Hite's headquarters I B . 4n Huntington present a lively scene,' a and his friends, encouraged by re- J 3ports from the various counties, have 11 entered upon a more zealous effort to secure his nomination. Already assured of almost the solid Republican vote of a dozen counties lying near his home. Mr. Hite's friends yere particularly gratified to learn , :of bis endorsement by the Kanawh.i' jjounty committee, and concrete evi- J fences of influential support which1 continue to pour in from sources supposed to be l^Bely dominated byi 5>ne or the other of his opponents, j Swing to Sutherland, zr. One . of the interesting developments of the present week was seen E dm a movement to swing the Lilly j i'- forces in the counties where the at- j p\ ztorney general's chief following lies. ( ^from Governor White, for whom some if the Lilly managers have a preference, to Congressman Sutherland, . -who Is favored by Colonel Vinson, father of the Lilly candidacy. That 5he controversy over this transfer 5*111 militate against both White and Sutherland and in the end against -Lilly himself, all who are cognizant B :of the situation feel certain. Mr. Tlite, who entered the contest as a ^business man's candidate, and not as -a politician, is condutclng His camI , paign upon a dignified basis. He Is K ^proving popular, as he extends his ft' ^personal acquaintance, while his | jnany political and business friends -and acquaintances throughout the j [? . rstate are lending valuable aid in ad- , F; 3*ancing his interests. He will con| \ rtinue his personal canvas early next , R week, and will cnnliniio hi* rsmmlrn along general lines upon an enlarged j! Lilly's Cause Lagging. ! j ~ During the last few days it ha* be-' ;rcome apparent that Attorney General Lilly's campaign for the Republt ' can nomination for governor has 'res'7'. Reived a'decided set-back in this part v if the state. A month ago he had R..'- rthe semblance of an active organization* in .Huntington, and there were a number of respectable and semi-re|j apectable voters -who had words favorable to his candidacy. Today, ^however, his following is no longer - actire. with the exception of his manager, Congressman Hughes, his sponsor. Colonel Taylor, and the paid help Sk/ in bis headquarters, and It can be SV-." - jeen that Hia forces are breaking T&way. As a prominent Democratic i I I ^politician expressed in this city last rweek. "Lilly can't stant a long cam^ Epaign: he talks .himself out; that's i ^why the Dhnttwrats favor his nominaRv. aioh." Th^e^to-bc^he true so- i I 75,000 coats; k a man who has 1 I out 90,000 suits; R a girl who has sew 1 1,500,000 button; P We have many o have become equa B through specializat I An Indian runn< 1 try to deliver a T? 1 i. ii . T rresiaent 01 me l 1 competition with H grpphy, as the smj p, compete with this CORDIAL >N IN NORTH, w w ition of the matter. Lilly made ills g unpaign too soon. The publication ]] i Democratic newspapers of fnlse ri tatements regarding Lilly's strength i Kanawha and McDowell counties roved a boomerang which not only ^ as cost him thousands of votes, but p lsheartened his followers. I, Robinson Gaining Fust. c Meanwhile, bin opponent. Judge B tobinson is gaining faster than Lilly ^ < losing, apparently. The attorney v eneral had practically covered the ( tate with his platform and appear- c d in person in a large number of j ountieB before Judge Robinson bean his cahvas. But the dignified nd statesmanlike announcement of r udge Robinson has now been put , oto the bands of the voters, and it 0 i having a profound effect, in com- ? >arlnon with Lilly's rough and turn- ^ :le manner of speaking and incon- s istencies of his platform, Judge Rob j neon's address to the voters in a lassie of dignity and Bound policy, md ii Is faking well with tbat large , icd Influential class of voters who c hink for themselves, and who look c iplnw tiu? surface for motives. Reports* from Wayne, Mingo, Lin- ( :oln, McDowell, Mason and Putnam ( l group of counties supposed to con- j ain considerable Lilly sentiment, ?rove that the same thing that is .aking place in Cabell In taking place T n these counties, and this condition j is looked upon ub presaging the early , :ollaps?? of the Inflated Lilly boom. ( Only One G rl Wculd ! Marry on $800 a Year i. ST. PAL"I j. iMar. 11.?When thej] question of the "family budget" came j , up for discussion in Prof. Sydney j \ i'atchln's class in elementary eeo-] tiomics at the University of Mlnnciota, the women of the clasfi were isked what Income a man should have , aefore he asked a university woman , 10 marry. all hut three "held out" for ; i salary of at least $1,200 a year. Two of the three said that they j night consider a $1,000 per annum i proposition. Miss Ruth Dampier, of i St. Paul, said that she wouldn't ob- , lect to a man with an income of $800 ' f he suited otherwise. BRITISH KtfPIRE FAIR IS PLAXNUJ FOR NEXT TEAR. I LiOMDOX, Mar. 11.?Plans are under t way for a British empire fair, to he held here next year, w.hicb. it is ex* peered, will be the largest of its kind ever held in the world. The intention in to provide accommodation for exhibits of practically every known Industry. The exhibition building will cost about Si.000,000 and cover an area of 610,000 square feet The frontage or the stalls will be about twelve miles in length, and arrangements will be made for enlargement Blowholes and pinholes In casttngs are caused by overheating the metal while melting. Pinholes are nothing l?Ut'?r?U blovboles. * ' ' v V ' ' THE SIT TON THE | EFFICIENCY have in our em( % signed and fitted ] aid and marked 1 1 I ' | ' red on by hand i; s. i: II ther experts who lly as proficient don. ; ;r might as well , message to the ! Inited States, in 1 wirelesss teleill tailor to try to institution. why we tailor o I - i t TT^BZesssexsssaa W UMIaU-'i If BS^ HAQC TO f?T J] cieiiMitbM : CH, Pm*. " >ike St. ' NT TAILORS IN AMERICA i o ' '< ySr> ' '" * t"-\ " m" NDAY TELEGRAM, OLA WILLIAMS TALKS OK THE ROAD QUESTION State Road Engineer Speaks in Behalf of Bond Issue in Marion County. FAIRMONT, March 11.?Stale Load Engineer A. I). William* ndlressed a mas* meeting of the voters ind tax payer* of Paw Paw dlRtrlct, Marlon county on Friday evening on lie good roads proposition. The disrlct Ih agitating the matter of votng a bond Issue for building better ouds. Several other district* in the ounty, among the number being the ounty or Lincoln, are considering ?ond IflBue* for the *arnr purpose*. The annual mealing of the Falrnont Country Club was held on Monlay. Messrs George T. Watson, Robert T. Cunningham ami T. I. Rrett, etlrlng governor* were re-elected for ernis of three years. The Marion county court met Monlay and named registrars to serve In he forty-seven precincts of the city or the primary elections to be held arly In June. Dr. J. M. Mahood, an evangelist. tf Sioux City. Ia, who had conducted | or two weeks a revival for the First > ilethodlst Episcopal church of this uy, naB neen secured ny Mint cnurcn he Methodist I'roteHlunt church and he Southern Methodist. Kpiscopul , liurch to hold a tinlon revival. The ervlces began this week and will i onflntie for three weeks with the', hree churches above named co-op-' rating in the meetings. Dale Means, a deserter from theJ :nited StateB army, was arrested In t, lija city this week, while en route to ttend a s'ster's funeral in Clarksburg nd In company with Policeman homas Ford wan taken to Columbus. whero he was turned over to the i 'nited States authorities. The man ad a wife and a three-year-old child ; Ivlng in this city, where be was | Hi fled. Otis Yost, an employe of the South enn Oil Company, of Behler. was dmitted to the Miners hospitul in lis city Tuesday, suffering with a . otnpound fracture in his leg and nn,- which he sustained in n Tali torn an oil derrick. _________ The Wataon hotel, for twenty-five. ear-old daughter of George Cochran. I i this city, was sold this week by the I wner, J. F. Conaway to Joseph \ foebs. of Washington, D. C., who rill at olice remodel the structure nd make It modern In every partlrlar. Helen Virginia Cochran the fourcar-old daughter of eGorge Cochran, as badly Injured Tuesday when she as struck by an auto truck driven by . W. Edwards. While badly inured it is thought that the child will ecover. The Fairmont Building and Loan !ompany, of this city, are having lans drown for a handsome office milding which will be erected on: 'leveland avenue, adjacent to Main | treet, In the near future. Tl<- i milding will be four stories high and nil nave an arcade extending clear) hrough the building. If present plans arry the building will be completed n the fall of 1916. Plans are on foot whereby Fnlrnont will employ an industrial agent rbose purpose it w'll be to travel out if presentng a motion to the supreme p a means to secure factories, etc., o locate here. Plans for paying tho lalary of the agent are in the makng at this time. John M. Mason. Jr.. spent tills veek in Charleston for the purnose if predentin ga motion to the supreme ourt asking that all possible speed ie given the hearing In tha charter case. It Is likely that an >arly hearing will result from the apical. R. T. Cunningham, a leadlnng huslioss man or thiB city, has announced lis candidacy for the office of delegate from the First congressional listrict to the Republican national invention to be held In Chicago In lune. Mr. Cunningham is receiving he support of the Republican coningent in this county. The Fairmont Business Men's Asnerce has selected the plans for the !>e-w Fairmont hotel, drawn by Mlluurn. Heslter and Company, of Washington. D. C. The building will be dx stories bight and contain 150 rooms. Work on the structure will begin 'May 15. The Fairmont Bueines Men's Association elected directors as follows Fit a meeting held Thursday: J. L. Hall. C. C. Robb. John M. Kisner. J. H. Rownd. W. F. Haney, Dr. W. H. Sands. H. F. Smith. S. B. Brooks, Arnold Mason, J C. Welfon. W. I. Lvriic. H. J. Ross, Bert S. Leopold. W. J. Weibel. ' The board will meet next Tuesday for organization. Mrs. S. F. Pollltt. wife of the presiding elder of tbe Methodist Episcopal church. South, left Friday for Ashland, Ky? whei*e she attended the annual meeting of'the Women's Missionary Society of Western Virginia, which was in session there this week. A partv of forty officials of the OwenH Bottle Machine Company and New York. Cincinnati and Cleveland bankers interested In financing the nronoaed merger of the company, visited this citv on Friday on a trio of inspection of the holdings of the Owens company in this citv. Thev left late In the afternoon for Clarksburg, where they made a similar trip of Inspection. Dr .and krs. W. G. Lough, of New York City, spent seye^kl days here Miss Hazel Howard. or Masontown Pa., spent the week her" as a guest 01 her cousin, .Miss Dorothy Howard. Mrs. E. C. Ferrlday and little son of Wilmington, Del., are guests o the former's mother. Mrs. U. At nett, in this city. Mrs. John l'orler Has returned t< Sewlckloy, Pa., after .1 "iHit with Mrs Edwin llobinson. I11 this city. ID HAVE FIELD ARTILLEBY AT CIVILIAN CAIiflf General Wood Requests Tha Throo Rottoriao Ro Qon+ I I II UV UUUUI IUO UW VlWIll K\J Camp Oglethorpe. CHATTANCOGA. Tcnn.. March 11.Announccmcnt was made yesterday b Captain H. Clay Evans, chairman o the Southern Military Training Cam committee, to the effect that Genera Leonard Wood had requested the wa department to place headquarters an a full battalion of Held artillery at th camp at Fort Oglethorne for the mont of April and to allow one battery t remain at the camp throughout th spring and summer. General Wood' request in this connection is regarde as paramount to the issuance of a official order from the war departmcn to that effect and the presence of th artillery i? already looked upon as certainty. Artillery Company. in view 01 me imporuuu part Dein played by the artillery In the Europca war, which makes It appear as one c the biggest factors in modern warfan the presence of a battalion of the kin of artillery that Uncle Sam woul place In the field In the event of wa will add considerably both 1o the at tractlveness and the value of the In structlon of the military trnlnln camp. A good many citizens and stu dents who attend the camp will delsr to enter this branch of the service t take their training, and presence <i the big gun swill add much to the ben ofits to he derived. The entire battal ion will be at the camp during th Anrll period, and while It mav b "ttowfid to remain there Intac throughout the camping season. It 1 nractlcaltv assured that at least on baltery will be permitted to remain. Purjng the practice battles, whlcl will probably be put on for the In structlon of the "rookies." the artlller will, of course, he brought Into actloi and the citizen-soldiers will he give: RK8BURG, W. VA., St CHINESE EMPEROR HONORS AMERICAN nfe^;''': B MBt. ^B wvtStfi'- ^B fllSk S '>' ~AjfA -.9 IpM- t^P|^f; 1 J EB'iB ' > t B Hk^' rjfil mrZf s'^J'/x* >mmfk**. * jBr'v v^' 4H1 ; ' V//MAWfa- ? '"tQljtL r ' ' t; / - ' '' llT ? ?ZZDISXC3t____ J John Watson Foster. ' John Watson Foster, former secretary of state in the administration of President Harrison and father-inlaw of Secretary of State Lansing, has just been honored by the Chinese emperor with the decoration of the Order of the Golden Grain for his services to the Chinese government. This- order is the highest within the gift of the emperor. Mr. Foster served in that country in the U. S. diplomatic service and took part in the peace negotiations with Japac. He is eighty years old tints. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Lough. Miss Florence Huwfler entertained a row friends Informally on Monday honoring her birthday anniversary. Miss Mary Welllner, who had been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Ashi-rnft. has returned to her home in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Greer spent th< U'ttfU In Winlov trimuia nf lln? fnrtttpr% Father, William Greer. Mr*. A. Shipe and daughter Miss Lucy, returned Wednesday iron: Baltimore, where they hnd spent several weeks. Miss Juliette Ruthhone. who had been u guest of Miss Martha Hutchinson and Miss Susan Arnett, has re turned to her home in I'arkersburg Mrs. W. E. Strickler has returner trom Kew Concord, O.. where she bar been a guest oF iter son. Blackr Htriekler and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Conaway spen the week in Uoniney, guests of theii daughter. Mrs. Will McClain, Miss Laura Hill has returned fronHill., N. M.. whore she had spent thr winter with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ilines and children are guests of relatives in Washington. 1). C. NDAY, MARCH 12, 1916, WILDINGS IN THIS STATE ARE REPORTEI List is Compiled by Trac Journal Published in Pittsburg. PITTSBURG. iMnrrh 11.?Buildli operations in West Virginia arc r I ported as follows by the Constructs l Record: .11 organ tow u?Bids are In and tl work will soon be placed for hulldit i a two and one-half story brick rei dencc und garage on Grand street f .James 11. Smith. 615 Grand stre< I Flans came from Architects JanH8< 'and Abbott, Pittsburg. West Liberty A fKO.OOO high scbo building is being designed by Archite F. F. Paris. Schinulbneh bulldin I Wheeling. .M. I* Wells, Wellsburg. a soclate architect. The building will I ' of brick, stone and terra cntta co structlou. Uncertain when bids w i be taken. t i .. .. . . , . irarKersuurg?Arcuiteet u. .m. Auai Julian street, is taking bids to eta this week on the erection of a lhedt< addition on Market street, for the St jnnd Bijou theater. Cost $8,000. fitintintetoii?The Trinity Episcop congregation has proved the plans Architect 10. N. Aiger, Huntington, f a church and parish house to co *50,000. Working drawings will so< lie started. The Baptist congregation has s lected a site at Twelfth street and Fif avenue for building a brick and stoi !church 11 nd scliool room to cost $0,01 . jNo architect has been selected, i ('. W. Phellis. R. and P. bulldin ; will take bids on the suporstructu I work for a two and one-half sto , brick and hollow tile residence ai garage to cost $25,000. Plans car Irom Architect E. X. Alger, R. & > building. j The same architect is working c 1; plans for a t wo-story brick resfden t to cost $8,000 for J. W. I/iwton. Ten i street. II llfllcpoint?The Alderson Mcmorl 51 congregation is tuking bids on t (erection of a one-story brick chur building forty-eight by fifty-two fe ! to cost about $12,000. Plans came frc J Architect Paul Kgan, Qunrrier strei " i Charleston. Charleston?Architect \\\ P. Gintht Akron. O., awarded to Abbott Brot ers, the contract for constructing three-story reinforced concrete, brk j steel and stone hospital addition < 1 Laidley avenue for St. Francis he ; pital. Cost $50,000. The hoard of education conteinplat constructing a two-story brick, sto i or terra cotta grade school building 1 cost $35,000. Architect not select and no details decided. MYSJiOUS Night Raider Kills Pigs ar Foils Hunters in Vicinity of Philadelphia. j PHILADELPHIA, .Mar. 1L?Bloo , thirsty, crafty and merciless, a raj terious mglit raider of Moreland tow i ship, Montgomery county, continu Iio defy capture. i For weeks this strange animal h been attacking and killing pigs. Da j rcluse to follow its trail, and post of hunters have been foiled by t I cunning or uic animal. 3 Only one person lias seen the me j ster. A farmer met the animal fa to race in daylight. It snarled, a dashed into the woods. Tbo farm declares it was a wolf. Several ( ports who have taken corrcsponden courses examined the footprints a say it is a mountain lion. Cats ! Give Nightly Concerts in Phil / delphia and Residents Hurl ) Milk Bottles. PH IiLADELPH I A, Mar. 11.?'"A < is a migratory bird," announces t textbook on unnatural history, a i this authority is sustained by the r I idents of Arch street between f leenth and Sixteenth, who are ji now getting back the sleep they 1< during the spring migration. The flock of felines bit the comn - nlty and each night held a grand ct y clave. Sometimes the sessions w< 't held on the roofs, sometimes on fenc P Persons who Blept with windo ' open, put up last summer's screi r to keep out the coarsest of the II I tuni not c Finally tho cats grew so affcctii ,l ate that the whole nelghborhc 0 hurled rullk bottles. Then, just as si e | denly as they bad appeared, the whi s j (lock of cats disappeared. d i n roar. This should make tho shi it engagement seem like the real thli e and give the proper zest to the tra a ing. Three Batteries. The coming of the artillery will a! g mean the swelling of the nttendai n at the camp. A battalion of artllli if is composed of three batteries. >. each battery Is composed of 171 enll d ed men and three Officers, the batt&li d will comprise 513 enlisted men a r nine officers. This outfit, of cour > does not include the headQuarti i- crowd, whoso number is not known g It is probable that part of the tra! - ing of tho "rookies" will consist of e study of the battle of Chickamaui o upon the scene of which they will if oucamppd. The battle of Chackamau is regarded as the bloodiest and hai !- cat-fought battle of the Civil war, a e its movements and strategists oil c splendid object lessons to the cltiH it soldiers studying warfare, s 'Lieutenant' Colonel H. T. Allen, e the Eleventh United States cava! and W. j. Bass, secretary of the soul h ern military camp, to be held at FV - Oglethorpe, the first camp beginnl y April 3, wore ^ln Nashville ^this w^ a (.IUl'6 on the same bu V - y 1 , V ' , ' \ I ? * j Why You Shi Trade 1 ](liy CI. W. Diulilerar, iwrctiiry of tin1 Imnrtl of trade.) Because wo are advertising Clark*burg. Articles outlining her advantages have appeared in more than twenty-flve publications during the last two years whose combined circulation exceeds,a million copies, such papers as the Pittsburg Dispatch, n<linore and New York dallies, gazetteers, industrial publications, * Manufacturers Hecord, etc. Thous* ands of pamphlets and slickers have also been used. Yesterday brought a letter from a capitalist from Calgary, Alberta, in 8 far northwestern Canada, to the secrtary of the board of trade stating that "r they have heard of our four cent gas ^ and one dollar coal and asking full iD particulars about our territory. Because the board of trade planned and brought about the construction ct of the Norwoorl branch, promoted the Board of Trade Land Company propose sltion where about 150 citizens inbc vested in lots in order to provide n- free factory sites, located thereon ill three big factories, thereby more than making good those lot Investments. Ir, These plants with several smaller sc ones represent an investment of er about $800,000, are now employing ar about 700 hands and when fully completed will employ close to 1,000 and al have a payroll of at least $3,000 for of every working day in the year, or t>r nearly a million dollar* annually. ,gt During the last two years twelve new >n Industries have been established in connection with most of which the e_ board of trade rendered some assist(jj an ce. nc Transportation. '0. Because this organization has been , constantly bringing together traffic ig. ofliicals and shipper and working out rc In a friendly spirit of co-operation ry many troublesome traffic problems, nd Have brought, about improvement of ue passenger service, re-routing and imP. provement. or merchandise freight sendee between Pittsburg and on Clarkshure. cc Readjustment of freight rates on th all kinds o! glassware, removing a serious impediment in our efforts to inl secure new factories and reprosonthe ing a snvlng of $40,000 per year to clt the plants already here. This moveset ment started with this organization, >m fostered by it and followed to a conet, elusion, though most of the actual expense was borne by the manufac?r, turers themselves, h- Through Its influence and negotlaa tions traffic conditions, claims, etc., k, have been adjusted. Improved pnson senger and pullman service, particti ?- larly recent improvements worked out directly through our efhorts. es Improvements in street car serne vice are also constantly being worked to out In co-operation with the traction cd company. Interests of the community relative to telegraph and telephone and express service guarded and needed improvements sought and worked out. In every way possible the board of trade has stood for the best inter>ft ests of the whole community and endeavored at all times to work out community problems with public service corporations, with fairness and equity to all. Organization and operation of a most effective Business Men's Bit:s" reau. giving reasonable protection to ncs ? s| ffEmpire Build he | 4 n-! Acme Credit Co. ce Boom 423 Fourth Floor, nd * * ,cr! Alexander & Alexander >x"! luourouco. ice Boom 420 Fourth Floor. UU ? H. C. Alexander Brokeracje Company Boom 427 Fourth Floor. , i D. D. Britt CivU Euuluuor Boom 323 Third 1'iwt. I ' _ C. A. Butcher t Lumutr. Boom 320 Third Floor. he ?.1 ! est Board of Education Mr. Clarluuurs luUein.uii.ut UUtrlct. Boom 431 Fourth Floor. 1st . Clarksburg Teleg.arr, Co. Ill. Printer# *ud i'ubU.ner. m_ First Floor Uslu Street. Z The Commercial Publicity W8 Service Co. !nR Itoom Ml). Sixth Floor. re Citizen's Loan Co. * Koom 4I?3 Fourth Flo sr. )Od _________________ ;f; R. 6. Dunn & Co. Koom 429 Fourth Floor. UU Fairmont Coal Co. ag, Boom US Filth Floor. G. W. Gall, Jr. Boom 429 Fourth Floor. ISO 5 5 ico Home Loan Co. try Boom MS Sixth Floor. As on Hope Natural Gas Co. Boom* 754 to ~<S1 Seventh Floor. Be, ' Jrs Holmboe & Lafferty Architects. in- Booms ffll-3 1-2 Sixth Floor. >1 a : fba0* Henderson Bros.' Lumber ga Company :d" Room 644 Sixth Floor. nd Dr. E. A. Hill ?" PhyxlcUfl ^ Rooms 301 >203 Socond Floor. gj C. P. Kecly & Co. Room (MS Sixth Floor. Dr. F. S. Linger r'0. Doxtist. ctv ?vl '"I* * ?r^5SS5B5B5p55BES5BSSSB5BB55BBi ; ' ; ' ; *? .' ' ' . V ",. / '. ' % SECOND SECTION o auld Give ' Board Support 1 o > the business interests of the city anil a scjuare deal to the purchasing pubf lie. This bureau has been the means ' of saving thousands of dollars to the business interests of this community. Organization of the agricultural bureau through the direct effort* of the board of trade, the existence of which is worth more to the community than the combined cost of all these >I organizations. In its operation two high class county agents are employed, a man for the development of the agricultural interests and a woman to teach domestic science in tli * schools and homes of the county. From sources outside the county we are bringing in $1,-100 annually to support the work. The prime object of the board of trade at all times is to serve the greatest number for the greatest good of the whole community and the success of the work of this organize tion 's very largely governed by tinmeasure of co-operation given it by our citizenship. GIRLS #H COURT 7 SAYS, AREN'T WISE The Law in California, Supreme Judge Declares, Reversing a Decision. i ' SAN FRANCISCO. War. 11.?Pope , sadly said, "In youth and beauty wis. dom is but rare." Samuel Johnson brutally exclaimed. "Wretched?uniden'd girls!" After that they left the poor girls to their cruel fate. Now ccynes Associate Justice Henshaw, of the state supreme court, and while admitting: practically all that Johnson and Pope hnvo said on the subject, kocs further and declares it as the law of the state of California that Kirls must be given a chance, even if they are not as wise as they ' will be when they begin to forget their birthdays. ' "A girl of 19 is still in her youth," '.writes Justice Henshaw, in an opinion, upholding the lower court's award . of $4,000 damages to Maud Guyer, of Ijou Angeles, whose hand was permanently disabled in the rollers of a ! laundry mangle. "Vouth is ever the time of heedlessness. of impulsiveness and or forgetfulness." The Sterling Laundry Compauy appealed the case on the ground that the 1 girl was of age and was intelligent enough to be careful In handling a machine not provided with the ordiinary guard. Justice Henshaw continues: "lacking power of continuous application ^ and concentration, youth will, on the other hand, concentrate its thoughts ' for a brief time, and to its peril, upon it *9 ? 11 one iiiHii.fr, iu uif c.miubiuii w( mi else. Employers of youth must guard ; youth against its own inevitable short ! comings." i It has been determined that the . Russians display greater resistance I to the typhus germs than the Ger? mans. ing Directory ^ Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. fiolto 315 Third Floor. Dr. S. M. Mason Pbyaiclau Rooms COl-ecr: Second Floor. Marietta Torpedo Co., Uooiu 050 Sixth Floor. Neff & Lohm Attorney e-at-Law Room 207 becond Floor. S. Newman Ladle* Tullor. lloouia 511.542 Fifth Floor. Frederick Ott Ui-uerui Contractor. Room* 3'JO Third Floor. * Dr. R. L. Osborn llooin 205 liocoud Floor. Public Stenographer I'll I 1 ?k c/,./,n.n'i I?1 A* AVVtU ?ll **? uwwuu *r IVVII ? > ' ' 1 Prudeniial Life Insurance Company Boom 433 hourth Floor. Or. R. 0. Rumuaugh JUantui. lioouia 31--313 Tlilril Floor. Richards Construction Co. Coutravtors. Itooma OlO-diovo-UiO Sixth Floor. Lewis M. Sutton BpocLal Atfaut Mutual L.11* laa. Co. ' ii?zxuuiu? itovr. Sperry & Sperry V AHoruej'a*at-i-.*w Boom* 203-4 Hocond Floor. W. H. Taylor Lawjor. Boom 432 Fourth Floot. A, K. Thorn & Co. Flro and idXa lnaurauco Boom 488 Fourth Floor. United Brokerage Co. Boom 817 Third Floor. P Olandus West Coal. Oil and Oua || Boom SIS TuirU Floor Dr. J. E. Wilson Fbyolclau Boom 211V4 dovooU Floor R. R, Wilson ' Attoraoy-tt-l^aif Boom St8 Bocond Floor. "