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TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912.
FA.GE TWO TBK OALUMET NEWS INFANTRY IS INSPECTED. r Houghton Department DELEGATES Off TO BAY CITY FULL REPRESENTATION FROM COUNTY LEAVES DEMOCRAT IC CONVENTION THIS MONTH. Tho moriiijy; South Short' tiiiin wa.s i.otded with delegates from Hough ton ami Kuctui couiiih.i, leaving to ittend the Republican stat om MM(N to te held at Bay CUT. rhursday. April IV. A. spe tutl car va.s uttuhed to the train, and ill run through to Bay tty. It bore or 1 1 - sides initn. nse hanni rs hearing the legend, 'Houghton County for Taff 'he i .invention does not MM until Thursduy but the delegates left today In order to attenfl the Republican club banquet at Ray City tomorrow ' it t n ir. at w ;.i r. .-' r. tare N.tgel of the department .f Commerce and La bor, and Senators Smith of Michigan, 1 .. i 1 1 Ib- of Indiana and Townsend of Michigan arc among the apeak- ers. The placet of several delegates tin Ml to attt n l ihc . ohm tnion were fill--u by others, that pr.w tieally a full ileiegit ion will bo present to represent llougnton cminty o. j. n. ,,. one oi the delegatcfl. did Hot go today but ill leave tomorrow morning. These in the party today Include! ni.irloa Smith. J. H. nice. R. H. Shi.uiM, John Ma faughton. J. W. Selden. Capt. Samuel Chynoweth. Ed ward t'lseth. owar Keckonen. J. P Petermann. R. H. LAns;, Ed. C Siller. Thomas Armstrong, Joseph TVels. W R. McLaughlin, William K Miller. H. J. Stevens, Dr. W. P. Scott, W. J. Oal- hraith. M Messner. Jr. V. H. Dee A. D. Edwards, F. H Rogers, Homer A. (ruck, A. K. HeWrkemp, Samuel K.i ly, James Robertson. K. Veb S I.. L-nvtoti. H L. Hner. Dr. E T Abrums. W. H. McCann. .1. H. Jm h. rr. Charles M- I ii lyre. Mfjar Rash letch, John . Pryor, William Pollard aad b P i'ook. flu- following are tho Keweenaw canity delegates: fr. A. T. Tucker I-1 ink Kawden, Thomas Kcnnctts John i. llcnnettH of s. Itussell Smith The outnnagon delegation - ill not leave till tonight It consists of W. fj Y.m Slyck, John Jones, James P. for lorn. Paul hYamis and John Garvin lie i.araga county delegates are J;i ik-h M. Mahon. Harris G. Smtith and Joseph J. O'Connor. They prok ably n ill be with the party Tuesday morning. Democratic Convention. ( halrman John W. BlSCst of t1i Houghton County PsflliM IBlle commit tee, announced this morning that th roonty convention would fee held the last week in April, the ,xhi t dav, how ever, not yet being detlnitely (f Ide.l upon The place of holding t on- ytlcai hM not been selected. The convention iH Cor the purpose of elect ing delegates to represent the county at the f iemoi r.it I.- state eonvention to i" nei.i tu fiav ' ftv on Mav IS, to. WhlCl this county Is entitled to nine teen delegates. There -will he M dis trict mention, but the delegates from W8h dlstrht will gather during the state eonvention and rlet tin- dis trict delegates tO the national BOP Van- APPOINTMENTS FOR HOUGHTON COUNCIL MAKES NO CHANGES IN LIST FOR ENSUING YEAR OTHER MATTERS DISCUSSED. Engineer Pank.i has received nrdr to h MM the U, S. government tug C.i - lo pin. -d In commission for the nsi fon' work, and the fitting out of the boat WM started todnv. This Houghton COaajcM eMcn!a af ternoon approved the following ap pointments for the ensuing cur, there being no hanges in the list recom mended b.- Mayor Maw den: President pro tem l. T. UarV.an Kinanci Messrs Weir, Hartman and iUL trvt - .Messrs Hartman, I'orncllier and Hildebramlt. Water - Messrs. Hill. Hildcurnndi an,l MacI - .if, aid. Health Messrs. CorneWier-, Weir and Macponald. Fire Messrs. MacPonald, Hiil and Cornelller. Huiiding Messrs HilderbanUt, Hart man at.d Weir. The Appointive Officers. Superintendent of public works Thomas ( Jtbsot. Chief of p.dice Louis Voetseh. Villag" .1 r Hambit;:cr. Health otficer Dr. J. (i. Turner. I'liln-eiiien -- Kd. Hourrassa. Peter I idb r. James sborn. Riard of review W J. Dube and Joseph Rashleigh. Electrical inKp.-ctor Robert .Mc Cla.v. Knginecr of water woiks Ed. llau- din. Vi!lag en s,ii. . r H. W. Feslng. Klrenien Louis Voets. h. Ray Eg- gleston, William Hankey, Maurtc Spring, 1 rank Holtznuin, W.lliam I'ren. Patrick Oolden. Fred Meyers i lin Heag..n 1-Yank Martin, Theodore Steiler. Tom Daly, Piut Kiause, E. J Herktold. P. ter Ruelle. Jr. me saiar-es were left the same ex- iet that of Chief Vocts h, which was increased five dollars per month. The treasurer is to receive a month and one per ent of all mones collected during the first das of the collec tion period and three per ent during the last 3' da vs. PottssteusjMra wire not gypolntss Mavor Haw den desiring to have Super. iiuniuciii ioson interview the men whom it is piopoue.1 to appoint ;o see if thsy are willing to t.. work for the ' itv when not engaged in chasing cows neurit wub expressed that Mart Haas finds that busim ssj Interests nec essitate his retirement rrom the lift ie partmeut. of which he has been a member for the past tifteer. .wars. a resolution was passed notifying John Dootscl. that he must nnu, withtn ten dues an old structure near fhe village hall, the building being a inena. e to :-.IJoining property, as a lire Houghton's Citizen Soldiers Make Good Showing Last Evening. Cupt. F. A. Wells. Eleventh Trite d ft..t. - Infantry. ihsm- ted the ucmbes of the Houghton Light Infantrv at the armory last exening and that he wa.s 'avorably inipressiHl with the excellent Khowmg nutde bv Houghton's citizen soldier was gleaned from his cone ments afterwards. The inspection w as a v cry rigid one. coveiJi.u v. rj detail of milltarv V0 . lencv tro.n the conditions of the utins ami .m-outrement to proficiency In drills. The company, which has Lh carctullv drilled by c'ajt. l-U-v 'ii i other oitbers executed lls sWMl dilli tult iiutnt uv i t s w ith gnat pTSjQtsfcT and on the w hide made a fine showing c' apt Wells stated that the national guard companies are soon to be ciulp ed by the government with new shel tT tents, designed to give the men greater protection, with less weight of ar..l.s to can.- Hi eXpn Sod H ill. - self as well pleased with the work of the press in promoting Interest in tin development of the company and i.-d that it would continue. The Houghton comj-any now has an enioll men: of Cs np-n. of wh in ate ct- t r.n.s On Thursday evening the company will enjoy a banquet at the aitnrv marking the close of the recent sac cessful membership and attendn:ic contest. .Members of Co. A Engineers w ill also a;tcnd. r HOUGHTON BREVITIES t risk L'ugene Hildebrand was refused per- nvisalon t i erect an outside stairway on Ms bui Idl tig at Shelden and Da- eotah streets, as it would Increase the insurance rates of adjoining buildings. MOTHERS' MEETINGS. Will Public MOTHER OF LARGE FAMILY Tells How She Keeps Her Health Happiness For Those Who Take Her Advice. Srottville, Mich. "I want to tell you how much good Lydin K. Pinkham's Veg;- , etabloCompound and Sanative Wash have done me. I live on a farm andhaveworked very hard. I am forty-five yearn old, and am the mother of thirteen children. Many people think it strange that I am not broken down with hard work and the care of mv fam ily, but I tell them of my good friend, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, and that there will be no back ache and Iwarinjr down pains for them if they will take it as I have. I am scarcely ever without it in the house. "I will say also that I think there in no better medicine to be found for young girls. My eldest daughter has taken I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound for painful periods and irregular ity, and it has helped her. "I am always ready and willing to speak a good word for Eydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. I te'l every one I meet that I owe my health and happiness to your wonderful medicine." Mrs. J. G. Johnson, Scottville, Mich.. K.F.D. 3. I,ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drugs, and today holds the record of being the most successful remedy for woman's ills known. r ' n Be Held at the Local Schools This Week. Moth' rs' meeting will 1m held at the oral "choois fids' wook as follows, not- M 'I'' - Hlg I n sent out yesterday bv Miss Anna Nye. instructor of the Wm- dergnrten and primary work: Hutontovvn. Tuesday. April !. direc tion of Miss Uohrer. Control bttlMtOSi April Lf, direction of Miss Harris Wes- RoUStltOn, Thursdav. Aiiril 11 direction of Miss Kehl. Mr. Doelle III give a talk at this meeting. Bs ' Mofjchton, stooossy, April is. Ail irtsXIaas roltoS at :;u (. )u The prognitns will , onslst of a t.-iUt. dl H '.loan. BtorNM and foil, dan. es and the meetmg lo t. )HfJt Qf the 'retieol ear. ROAD BUILDING EQUIPMENT. Road Commission Gie$ Order for Out ft of Wagons. The county road cominisaioii ha : an order for an outfit of rtsul building material consisting of dump Mr wact.s graiet, has drags, and tar tanks. This eiiulpiiient is to be used on the Rhode Island sec tion of th II i: . U-i'alumi-t road and on the Houghton- mtonagon road, w hic h the oinmission will build by day labor, ad the bids that were submitted having been rejected as being too high. The bid of William Johnson of QmHsOJ wa? accepted by the board for clearing; th route of the Haraga road, from Bnak river to the county line, a distance o four ani a half miles. The contract tor grauing me latter has not yel BOOB let. MAY SEND DELEGATES. John T. .Mc.N'iiinara, sec retary of the HoiiKhtoii Husitiess Men's association ass rsostroa a lottar frota Homer Wat4 t n. president of the DotTotl Hoard sj Commeree. asking that delegates be sent to attend a convention of reprc- sentatives id oiniiMTi ial organisations if the state at Detroit next week, to take up the matter of better trans portation facilities Mr. Mc.N'amara will take the matter up with the Business Men s association and urge that favor obis action be taken. for LEAVES FOR NEW YORK. Kd Church left this morning Neve York City, where he will have a position in the general offices of the ingers'.ll Rand company. Mr. Church has been located for the past five years at Marquette as representative Of the I.eyner Irlll company of Colo rado, uid later was w ith the fagOiOoH Rand company, making frequent visits to Houghton. His work in Xew York v ill be confined to the city. CARLSON EXAMINATION. WltsWtiOB of William 'arl Itargad aitil assault with intent re.it bodilv harm was begun morning before Justice Little. Carlson a , barged Mlth beating LooSS Mien op Morst or Dodgeville. in a nttal inner, Injuring her so that she has boon laid ut for several Weeks. Tin s n, to d this The .,rtae township board held a special meeting vistevdny afternoon to notify the lesnits of he towaaaia I act Ion in id a aroak a?o ytsterday, THE CORN CONTEST. Notices Concornin are Being Sent Out by Sec. McNamara Noli en of the school , orn aAlto01 feature ol the full fair are being sent out i.. Secretary Ho?f Smart of the Copper Oouatry Fair association to teachers throMghout tbe distil t. n vislng thein or the hiImh and other de tails governing the eontest. Teachers are expected to send in the names of children desiring to eoasSota und five ijita for each pac kage ,,f seeds fur nished bT the fair association. l-x- iiiki growing corn from this seed will be paid tiwentv-fiv e cents. Mr. McNainarii snys the orn contest Is growing in importance and he ex pects this year to have mote competi tors than ever. STOMACHS PUT IN ORDER. Indigestion, Gas, Sourness or Dyspepsia Disappears Five Minutes Later, OLD TIME PHO . OS. A large frame filled with old tlnv Photo of well known Houghton peo ple, is attracting- much attention m the "indow of Vertle H studio, in ,a t. no re. ent work of Mr Wortlev m-ord-hsfl to that gentleman himself, has sf trarted half so much ottinton. The picture of the ladle are gsjpoi iallv interesting, showing the dHten r:' e In the stvlefc or dress of twent enrs ago and the present time. SESSION POSTPONED. The tegular meeting of the board of supervisors wan thl morning adjourn ed until Tucdi mot nine: next on sss OSJM of several of the members of tin board being delegates to the state con- ventlon at Hay Ctty, whb h meets on 'Yednesd.. y ttltttfllCfltflHtfUl ill If If what you Just ate Is souring on vout- stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belcn Oas and l.'ructate sour, undigested or have a feeling of Di.zincss, Heart1. urn, I'ullness, N'ausea. Had tante in mouth and stomach headache this Ih Indigestion. A full rase of Pape's Dlapepsln costs only ."iO cent-- and will thorough- Iv cure your out-of-order stomach and leave sufficient nbout the house In case some one else in the family may suffer from Momacn trouble or In digestion. Ask your pharmnclet to show you the formula plainly printed on these N -nt cases then you will under stand why Dyspeptic trouble of nil kinds must go. and why Dlapepln always relieves sour, out-of-order stomachn or Indigestion In five min utes. Iilapepsln is harmless and tastes I U candy, though aaafj done contains power sufficient to digest and prepare for assimilation Info tne blood all I ho food you est; besides, It makes you go to the table with a healthy oppetlte; but, what will pleaKe you most. Is that you will feel tha your stomach and intestines are r;.n ami fresh and you will not need to re port to laxatives or liver pills for Ttil '.ousness or Const Ipat Ion. This ilt" will have mnny Dlapepsln cranks, as some people will call taem. but you will he cranky about this splendid stomach preparation, too. if i you ever try a little for Indigestion or fiAKtrltls or any other Stomach misery. (let some Pape Dlapepsln now. this minute and forever rid yourself of A marriage license has been Mi.d to Chris Welter of Houghton und Km da Hahscher of Atlantic. Khas Oenrge dl h ave tomorrow for Chicago to purchase summer goods for his store on Shclden street. A citizenship application has been died by Charles James, of Uoughtoti. born in Kngland and arriving in the I'nlted States in February. 1900. The case ! Slbllsky versus Jeff re was taken up this morning in ... court. Kd. K. I. .(Semite Is attorne) ( the la nt ill and Kerr and IVtetlliann for the defi lid ints. J. X. Coa, county agi-nt of charitU and corns uons left today fr I-insina uith a bov who has been sent need t the state industrial school by th Houghton county Juvenile court. Colonel J. N. Cox. county agent a charities and corrections, will leav tomnrroiw with a Houghton county bay i oasmtttod by the Juvenile court to the state industrial school. Manage Labbe of the Dee illcya will leave today for his home Cadilla ' ore he will stend the summer. H will return next fell and w.ll again i Docket t the alleys. reoKning them P mber 1. The funeral of the late Henry Hart f Kreda was held yeste da afternoon from the Some of Mrs. If ill HIM StOS I vv sister o; the (b v east d. It" v . H. Shaw of Houghton Methodist BpiaCO pal chur. h. oitlclatiiig. The ! dv was brought to Houghton for Interment at the Forest Hill cemetery. J. C McMillan of Milwaukee Ii her. on a business trip, and Is lull i ills ussion relative to tne recent citv tbs-tion in Milwaukee that ousted the Socialist adn inistrat ion. Mac sa' s uori win dc mane to e, t a measun through the Wisconsin U gtslal UM that th" county can nominate a non partisan ticket for the tiiii elec tions. Scenes In the Hunt For the Fugitive Members Of the Allen Gang In the Mountains of Virginia. Classified ads bring results. I stomach Trouble and Indigestion SHIPPING BANAMAS. mrm is iseecma 10 rveep i nem rrom Becomirp Overripe. Hefore the banana readies t breakfast table or the hawker's van it tv.oy JOWaay 2000 mibs ,ni pas; through half a closet! dlfTitiMit hands The consumer is genoralH crlltcal and trouble not at all about how, srbeS SJ where the banana came from so Ion- as it is in .: condition ami to his liktmr. The shipment of bananas la-eat ars ami was a problem the solution of which the consumer had to pay for bjt now he reaps the profit of - SpOV ieine m transportation. Il.nian.i-- -hipped1 to Ar.'crica generally oatna Eroti the nst Indies. Hie Central Amerkeai repu4)lits, Mexico or from So itti Am rka, and such great strides huv been made in the methods used foi their shipment that as compared wit! the :() per cent loss of twenty t.n go from the tlnf the fruit left th. Mtaajpa groves untH It reat bed th. onsanner's table the loss is now (i urad aat at a half of l per cent la ;i special shipment. With the srowth of the banana traf fic the banana bmls came into bein. and S Mx'Clal line of teanieis nana t" the South American ports solely ft i the .-onvcv.ineo of tbe fruits to north. rn shores. n fr,e, tor steamers wer, built capable d hanriUn-g ir.0,00' bllnCbea of bananas and apei la! pr- Islons made for their care when or. board. Nowadays in boats of 5000 anil 'St tons cupi,cit the tncllities for th. are of the fruit are unrivalled, and I banana boat is unlike any other steam. In the holds, instead of hSWlni room for carve then- are partitions ex- ndlng from the well of the ship i t lie deck. Alone: the b aills ill eaeh onipar.nient an 'niiidrels ol books They are used to slir.u the biinchefl Dl bananas upon, lor baTJUMM sboUkl i.oi be shipped with on., bunch touchlni a nother. The fruit is drat i ii ked ureen by th. Kroiverx iind then brought to th. t earner in boat. As ea h l-oatloai I taken aboard the bunches are placed In the riilgemtois and Hbnt on tin beam hooks a fca Inches sun rt. when ver compartment is Idled the st am i aravaedi on bet journey. To over cw comvHi'tments there Is a men in hatvi "hose Sut ii : ti examine the bum-hen over day and see thai hey do not get overripe during Up o.vage. These p.' n have an em tri imp and crotichiim on their hands and knees they go from bunch to bunch examining each carefully to see wheth er there are anv sitis of decay. Should a banana bun h -how any tender ry to become ov erripe it g Mt om e tas. n down from Its ho,.i and brought out on deck to be ion1 lined b the chip's passengers or crew or else flung over board. Careful note is made- at the place where the hunch was hun- bj4 a detailed examination is mode c.f the bananas surrounding- lb lot one ov.r- ripo bunch in the , ouruc of n singb' night is apt to cent iminate others un less a careful watch is k pt. 1 'be WStOh on the fruit Is redoubled w hen the sho Is nearing Its destination, lot b) mis time all the fruit has mere Of less I ipened Photos by American Press Association. The search of the Virginia mountains for members of the Allen gang still at large goes on. with prospects of a pernio name wtten RM 1'i.iiives t re limilly located. Several posses are engaged In the pursuit. The upper picture shows one of the posses .-esiing their horses after a day's ride through the tnOQatalBOtM cooatrjr. The other picture shows one of the pickets stationed along the road leading to Devil s den, a hiding place well kno'wu lo the uiouutuia eers of the district and where the Aliens may take refuge. The Port of Worklesi Men. One morning wo passed through n square In Moscow containing noth ing but men wild eyed, long bsUred, long bearded men men in nigs, most of them, and nil of them compelled to come there and wait to bs hired to work. To that square must, all work ingnien so who seek work. The city feeds them while they wait n single small piece of bbsCS bfOS'l each day. Some BSaar leave that square, but wait there their lifetime through. They gazed upon our h. udsome lamlnu with hungry ami frbiBab, eyes. never be fore beheld so fiiglif fnl, unkempt a company of hopeless, hapless, hungry human slaves us these Kusshm work- ingmen who waited for a job. YVil tun Seymour Kdwards in "Through Saindlii.'ivia to Moscow." By Dr. EDWIN A. 1 I Our Colossal Task of Readjustment President of the of Virginia DO not nil ;ui to be iudulghig in any easy and complaisant 1 imiarn. op- Real Hard Luck. "Speaking of hard 10," remarked an oAcla), "I had some hud !tli k OttcO during my early days." "KItieiihite." said another oflpfsL "I had just invested tuy last in meal ticket." "Yes. yes!" MAs I stalled down the sheet n gust of wind lore the ticket from m.v hand A lumberj.iek was passing, wearing heavy, hobnailed bonis. " "Yes; go on." "And he stepped ofl my Hckat and punched out M.8&." Kansas t'ify Journal. To Save Money. Mark Twain's rules for saving monev when one was tealHftHl to part trlth opt of hi treaanre were simple. Here llie.v R'rs: To save half when yott nr.. HftA i. ai fat Impulse to contribute to n hnriiv. wait and count forty. To SSTs three quarters c t sivi y. To save it all count sixty live. THIS REPUBLIC IS TRYING TO ADJUST ITSELF, ITS OLD SELF, WHICH WAS THE PRODUCT OF RURAL INDIVIDUAL ISM AND A REACTION AGAINST MONARCHY, TO ITS NEW SELF, WHICH IS THE PRODUCT OF URBAN DEMOCRACY AND NATURAL SCIENCE, IN SUCH FASHIO.N THAT IT SHALL LOSE NEITHER THE INDIVIDUALISM, WHICH GUARANTEES FREEDOM, NOR THE CO OPERATIVE GENIUS. WHICH INSURES POWER AND PROGRESS. THAT IS A COLOSSAL TASK. Our old poUtieal philosophy. mlnhltoMng to simple needs, con tended that that government is belt which govern least. Our BOW s.x-ial philosophy b Mrtad hv i wonderful genius for CO-OPERA I i YK EFFORT by rati httmaii intent and sense of BROTHEHHOOB and l.y a scientific spirit urging them to a syrn psUttttO knowlodfffj of tho social order. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Armor Plate on Warships Not Essential ooooooooooooo o I oceoooooooooo ooooooooooooo m o o o ooooooooooooo By HUDSON MAXIM. Inventor r o U - .;iujils Q O0000000 00 000 0000000000000ftroor,r. O FOUR LEAVED CLOVER. ClOVef plants with four loaiOf on every atom, laatead of Hm trasJitioaal three, an now on eaMMtleU In New Voik for the nist time in tnis ooaacrj und each warranted to tiring uallaittod good luck. Thev an tM. result of nine, leen roar of patient experiment l, Mux Schllny. Mortst anrt tnitanlHt The tesult wus ubtslncd t.y hyhrldi.atn.n ami thousands of plants tlic hands ol thi cvpcrlnn nt - cis before suci .sk was attained, The original of thhj phinl was the ox.tli.-, which hud three leaves, like the onlm. arv .lover of this country, und at (taste tive. Hard to Get Away From. Nothing Is so difficult to unroot laoeriied i ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo EN YEARS FROM NOW admb bsi , 0r. " nnl"un -i.a.e on BATTLESHIPS W LL BE A THING OF THE PAST. T IS USELESS TODAY. Lov.. 'VM- 'S NOW A QUESTION OF SPPPn t ... i .. . ... tlice - "iw i.o.e I-. lm. niosi puwerrul oT Spells , --a. s;r,.:"!r fcurrrrl hr ns foktt knots an against which It is helpleaa. Whai Is "v'lJ"' wwn inch guns mounted on decks tiutt it is not are; it h not srater; it la n( llr; it is not ih.- aafta with all It? metals, n iv tin,-.. Heine. With i. r. rmor plate h no! nlone useless, but is n 11IXDKAXCE. ..- ......, h',s may as w,. do without tho .iW - -w ci iiiw t ' II IJ Whst It Is. "Well. JobtlDh, I hear ynti hnvo ai. other linl.y nt your lmuse " "Yep." "Whitt Is Ity "Tho nurse says it n gr. ,t pn aaoaai to think it's hard fo k . Chki go Record -Herald. Miatake. Piimpr Why .11.1 Mm Arniwtronir snub yon )0si now? CbaOapf I put. IB foot In It. Introducing her to Vera Fiitheade Pntape Mow did you slip npv Cbnaipe Prevented her hm lira. Armstrong, nee Weak Town Tuple. Demonstrstsd Efficiency. ght, for it is possible to send fourteen inch shells through nr P3 ejgbttm btcha. thiol, m if tho .teel tear. so rnn,h atmv Science Has Added Years to Our Lives BY Dr. WILLIAM H. WELSCH of New York THE LAST HALF CENTURY ABOUT TWEi va vr BEEN ADDED TO THE PERIOD OF HUMAN Ex..tp THE ; AID OF MEDICAL SC.ENCE. EXISTENCE BY Tho pre, ent dav reduction in s.a.tls- """?f of nkk:tious .skw?"-;;;: r? "'" r"'-,M '. " ti.. pcrio.i f Ji x J- - j go reffardm.r i sh. -Ovancmgyeari u-hich nfllict as.s . ' u,8ca?cs OI roily, "she has aisrf .., ..... . ,) . i ...t. . .... , r W1WW wno "ave liecn activo in I . . I.lllI- . i.illui O' . . . wo yon think your wife Is M"illflil . We hnvo no suel. Mrina kitootl. 1 lo help reform nolltlear . . sdMtig Knowle.lge "Vell." replied Mr. Ileektoa jiule H stffetN. Washington flar. larjje ic-ti.msibi itie Tl. : l-.i i . .. . workshop in tl.at direction. ' can