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THE DAILY JOURNAL
WA UIISKED RD .
WLR.% CITY. MONTANA
Th(eeteall T*E YSuowaTl1 *OIJOURAL
if rt rFa°lble for °a o f *u.opE.
0030 orstaxa~aaa ouru it ograsondoata.
Motima ta hereby given to a11 c~acnand that
TIr Y5LWWCTUMZ Jot RI AL PUtUINUdo ('.
baW the coeaaraat to do all prladt ind ad
spUIaag. of whakrvar .a~tu. Cba blat Cu.
.g,.aiymd a I ·llalsethe d43 ad only paper
in statr msaty in wnich marvloea by ?ubllfcat
ssb hva uy made. Legal meal. pubehed in
othur pepea of Custer mat . are rld and
aqhep her ap eid.I by the cemrt' all
Ne Wleb @ Al Tutu YBLOWStJNnu JOVSNAL
VuLluleo.eaoastr sibN y of the emph?"ee
of"" as i eretb, aumee maeamda idam
meempimieW by a wrtten erer signed by the pub
Tuesday. January 15. 1909.
Tae innovation of wleigbing live
stck by the railrnud+, and ebsrrlnr
fIr Its carriae by weight instead of Po
meek per ear as beretobre, seem. to
meet with disfavor generally. The
Omaba Stockman gives so Instance
and adds its touch or Irony: "'he
weigbmaater explaina regardiag the
slight dierepenh.y of 10,000 pounds in
the weight of a oar of hogs yesterdey,
ohat he did not notice that the IO.0100
pound weight was on, it being night
and dark. We ghbIn atook on the
track seales is a ine thiar "
DURIN,' the pre.ent week blank pe
titions asking the Montana legislature
to onast as the territorial law the
mai features of what Is known as the
Australian system of voting, will be
sent to every postmaster in the terri
tory for circulation. The petition ai
accompanied by a description of tbe
system. so that no man need be Ignor
nt of the nature of the petition be is
asked to slgn. It !a hoped that every
man in Mon'ana who Is interested in
eseotoral reform will read the explsna
lion of the system and ;f be approves
of the plan will sign the petition and
ask othere to sign it. There is no
practical measure whloh will effect
Scbh a radical reform In elections as
this. and a slight effort on the part o,
those interested in securlng and main
taiolng the purity of tbe ballot box
will certainly bring shout the desired
end.
B wree Teg.
We found ourselves encroaching
upon the land of the Asasimehs, the
descendants of Ishmael. and were
overwhelmed by a storm of abuse
from a delegation of the tribe who
having sighted us afar off. stood
awsitwg us at the ford of the river
which led up Beershebs way. No day
in Petra held more anxiety than this
mne did; for parting with the nrutin
ou wretches into whose hands we had
voluntarily placed ourselves at Aka
compromising with IllOe who
us prisoners, and arranging'witb
the newcomers, required an amount
of intolerable yelling and bluster
which was more interesting than
pleasat. 8words, pistols, clubs,
speas fists and guns were all used;
hbt nobody was hurt-very much.
Even the moon looked troubled by
the time we made our departure. If
such people infested this region when
the spies came this way, it is Uot so
wonderful that they returned to
Moses and said, "We were in our own
sight as grasshoppers, and so we were
in their sight." Certainly my long
felt sympathy for Hagar and Isb
mael was much shaken by my deal
ings with their descendants. Nothing
could he more lovely, however, than
the region reached a day's journey far
ther north, when in the neighborhood
do "the brook Esheol." The land mlls
through "green pastures" and "beside
the stall waters." The wide valleys were
clothed with verdure, s{ltted with
disies, buttercups, dandelions, pop
pies white and re nd many other
flowers. Arge flocks were there, at
tended by their shepherds: the fella
hin were at work, and the women,
tall and erect, were everywhere car
rping water in jar upon tllir h.ads.
'he fields were protected from the tor
rents by stone walls such as we saw in
the wilderness, and olive groves and
rineyards abounded. It was a grate
ful scene, made more so by the re
semblance of the gray sided hluh to
those of good old Mas.clhusetts. Each
vineyard of Eshcol was protected
by a high stone wall; in every one
was a low stone structure which served
as the house of the attendant. The root
was the watch tower, whereupon the
watcher wpent the day, to keep the
birds and the Bedouins away from the
fruit. Nestled away down in the val
1it belvr lies the lelrorun. "in the
plains of Mamre." There, re.vhing
acoss, is the old camping ground of
the'patriarhas, and in the distance,
towering above everything els': except
the surrounding hills. are the minarets
of the mosque which covers the cave
of Machpelah. Hebron is th,- oldest
town in the world which has. main
tained a continuous existence. The
hills and the valleys alike are clothed
with olive mroves, orange trees and
vineyards; ligs, mulberri's, almonds,
pomegranates and vegetables like our
own melons and cucumbers also
abound. Streams of water run hither
and thither arnd murmur music which
gladdens the heart of the weary tray
-ler.--Cor. Century.
Th. Till.. \u1eul In (krnuj.
And thLIIh du mwy a man's titles aa'
piled on %. hen addremiug him is very
amusing. I remember how this both
ered may mlenwry in Altenberg years
.go, when lily faumily wa thoe. At.
.wjl-Iitenitry dinner wm a doctor who
w 5Ih*,kitUIt professor of rhetoric. H.
wa aIwaiys Luld(reued as Herr Dr.
Assstanlt Proeior of Rhetoric
eh np jidlr. u Il the titles being corn
poundtded aiI one word; or IlerrOol.
.maI MuM r of the Duke's tnables von
flutvr. WoO t tthe guest who fshied
t copounld into one word tIIl of then
pgdtlous when addressing Uir. IReuter
K who leftout the "von' I made
-ry, U tg and familly raitled tb
rrhIb by them fnk)jy t at h
IlIW l e ..,' .&Y
iue get tikrGga *w aione tWe ls iL
drcrming any one, bit I think they
very much pitied nmy lack of
frml. I do not wonder that kiLge,
priuces and nobles think themselves
mado of finer material than that of
€omumon men. The peoplo by their
,uulations teach them ) to t think. So
cialista in Germany and Franco rail at
It!l privileged classes; Nihilists in
Russia slay them, but the great balk
ot the peuplo show that they worship
thbe:, and when one master in gotten
rid of they each pe up a lamp and
grope about in th dark, Diogenes
like, trying to find, not an honest
man, but auiothet master under whole
feet they may lay their necks.--Cor.
Chicago Mail.
A Cleek Pedyrs Triek.
A good -story was told your corre
Rpon det the other day about a well
known old gentleman who peddled
clocks and jewelry in the days beforo
railroad coutrecta made hlin worth
over a quarter of a million. "I dis
tinctly recollect on one occasion," said
ib, "I was selling clocks near Mechan
iehburg, in the beautiful Cum:w ad
Valley, and run across a house . :re
the man purchased three. After tiil
ner, to which I was invited. my curi
osity being excited by the fact of the
gentleman' taking three clocks. I
asked the reason. He told me that he
was one of three brothers who had
agreed among themselvcs that the i:rst
one who struck a clock peddler should
buy a clock for each. I iaquu"cd :bout
the brothers, where they r"idcd
and the best way to reach them, n1e
after dinner I started, and before ev el
ing had seen the two brothers: nd sold
them uach three clocks, makS.g nina
in all." When he tinished the ,to:y
the old gentleman gave a chuckle, cs
if he bld accomplished a thing for
which he deserved commendation.
Jewelers' Review.
To Lemsie a lask.
A novel method of locating a lenI
in a water main has been employed at
Rochester, N. Y., with entire success.
The break in the main was known to
be between the banks of the river. A
solution of bipermaiganate of potash
was introduced at a hydrant on the
side of the river nearest the reservoi
and observers were stationed on the
river along the line of the main. A
deep reddish purplo discoloration of
river water at one point soon made the
exact location of the leak apparent.
A I.gal Amat.
The plea of insanity as a defense in
criminal actions is becoming pretty
threadbare, but a device by which the
mawe ,l('c. ts are secured seems to be
working admirably. Nowadays it is
the fashion to claim that the criminal
in an action, whether it be theft, black
mall, murder, or what not, is the vic
tim of a sunstroke. Apparently a sun
stroke is the most convenient thing a
person can possibly have. It allows
him to continue his ordinary course of
life uninterruptedly, but confers upon
him the privilege of doing anything
his vagrant fancy may suggest, quite
unhampered by moral or legal restric
ions.
The Irishman who described a "ehild
of fancy" as a child who did whatever
he fancied doing was not very far out
of the way in describing the condition
of a man who has been so fortunate as
to have n sunstroke. That lucky nc
cident places him above reaponsibllity.
A man in a western city amused him
self recently by firing a revolver into
a crowd, wounding three persons, one
of them fatally. A physician's cer
tificate was produced stating that,
owing to the effect of a sunstroke re
c'eived in India, the prisoner was at
times irresponsible forhis actions. Of
course, there was nothing to be said
after that, and even the idea of shut
ting the man up seemed to his intel
ligent and impartial judges a super
ii uous precaution. He was allowed to
Jg at large on the strength of hislucid
intrvrals, the inference being that the
,licials themselves wre not troubled
by alnythilg of that ort.
it i.ould not be diffcult to multiply
instances, although it is hardly nece
i.r'.'; whoever has thought of the
matter must have recognized the con
vinciug nature of the argument from
sunstrouo when properly applied to
the average jury. To one who has
:v inclinatiou toward a disregard of
the laws a sunstroke would Ceem to be
Sf the greatest possible benefit. It isa
ting. iI ,cov. i. No easy to have sodif
ficult t, .. i . c L.d so admirnbly tiex
ible in it , lt;ts, that it would seems
miatter ui mit ubviuu pou licy for
whoeveir t. I.:,:lv. c.'ver t, flid himself at
ariaance \ ;.t atihoric ty to provide
himself with a certicate of sunstroke
at once. -&,tual Courier.
It is stated that an alloy made from
copper and . new metal called silicium
has the malleability and color of vir
gin gold.
PIOPO AIA FOR ((tNMTRtCCTION.-Ore.
of CiefQuarteruseer. IDpartment of Da
kota mint PauI, tssnu,. JANUARY 3rd, 121g.
te?.ALED PROPOIALS, is triplicate, for tIhe e'w.
structIon of One Double Nt of O&rr' Qusarteru,
at Port llInke. D, T., will be roeulred it thid ote
uslld noon. Saturday, Fegi7 ý2d, 1219, atad opda·
id immtiDatel7 y a*w fn the prrcer of I
den, The Ooeensmot rmrwe the rigbt to reject
any or all bids, Plans sad Hpelbcatll'ne may be
geem and WbLak formle o jrepoala with full Ih.
strucUons to bidden hbad, on applcallen to the
Post Qnlrmeteat Fort RUfed, D. T, or this
o/a. A. P: 3W1EKW3LL, Qaatler.ster. U. M.
Army, Mbia Quartanhastef.
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Becaue we slow the nerves eo
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