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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1S12.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE THREE Hancock Department ST. PATRICK'S MINSTRELS IN ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT COMEDIANS IN BLACK FACE WILL GIVE FINE PROGRAM. Evomnij of Music unci Fun at the St. Patrick's Parish Hall. The annual t itTi ri nK in the vva i d fun ami minstrels) i. Hit St. Patricks Eater t a Int ra, which win i(. ata'-jed the negjeb hall (hit) t- t-nin. presents an opportunity lor an evening- of plcu UfU and inirtli, in wKMastag a high Krade lil n k lace tlrst iuit. and an olio .f comedy sketches, eeOf and dam I numbers and musical specialties. Wil liam J. O'Connor, under whoso supt r viaion tin production hM been pn - pared atu' staged. Is an old hand at providing sht.WH of tliis nature and the laJeiit that has ti. . n Kathercd to gether is of inch ilosi an of stotht) and merit that It is needless to atatv that this veil ' entertainment will bt iu- of the best things C its kind ever attempted locally by amateurs. Tiie program is full u as fattens: Part One. txnin choruses, "Swarico Uivcr" SAd "Load) Of Harmony, ' Kntiro com pany. Ilfid men entrain c. "Hula llula Lu o." "SuKJr Moon," K i it nil t livvver. Tenor nolo, mi lot ted, Charles Wrlsen. "Alamo Huk." John Harrington. BaOi Sob), "I Am Kin',' of tin- liud ami Sen." Roll rt K i 1 . -v . 5ood Beetling Carottao," Richard Dwjer. Baritone onlo, Harold WJnoJanoon. "Baboon Bab) imiht," nv. R. Carrl Kun. Baritone eolq, "A Perfect Day," J. RuaaeU Conway. They Always lick at Mr," Rudolph Sulliv an. Soprano solo, "if You Were only There." Muster Norl i t Shea, "Alexander Jones," Wilil-im Dwyer. CloBltvff thorns, "Swii t Swanec Sue." Kntlte com-puny. Lntetiocutor, Rdwerd 9 Can laan Mimes, Richard Dwyer. Huthdph Sul livan and John Hal rin:-toti. Tamivis, WUlta.ni Carrtcan, Dvvver and William Dwvcr. Solos hy ChurleH WelOOn, Kctles, Harold A. Winsjant-en Km met Hubert J. Rus- m II Conway, Master Node' Sh-a, John IaiicIi lo.x. i) iteal ami Barnard Mum. Part Two. QttartOtt A i ion .inarti i oi I OUnhtOIL Su;; and dunce. J n llai rinxioii. QvartOt, riiilharmoidc OJUUrtet ot Calumet BMHaplan comic sfcotch, gariae." Sambo, William Dvv.ver. I en. ITU Hi l 'e ill. .1 ill hiK. vVllliam Cai'i aptH MuslciiaiiH st Patrieki "t 'loomar- Cntei tain- tneht tilth orchestra. Ptehe, Mis Lottie MeDanaott. Violins. Irwin O'Neill and Miss Mar garot ( 'XeiH. Mandolins, Olive t 'artisan. Iflm Irene O'Neill, Anna KeoiiKh, Maj Dwyer and Margaret HarnnvUen. ATTENDED DEDICATION. Senator Jamas Talks at Baraga on Initiative and Referendum. Senator W. Frank James returned home yesterday from llaraga, where on Monday last he att Salad the dedi cation of the new (irange hall iind made an addresa on the "Initiative and Referendum." The ded icaJloii wa attended by a lare K-'t hering and the ceremony in charge of Deputy State Master R. N. Seward. Some of tbe speakers on the program failed t appear and others were substituted. alii'iliK the latter -being 1' Moore of Jackson. Senator James remained at Batumi yeaseedey to attend to some bui nn hm matters. Senator James does not expect that there will he another extra session, as has been Intimated, to take action on the m .iter of limiting the authorlD of the Michigan bonding company ly allowing aJI surety companies to issue ll'iuor ihondK. The prtupoHltinn was submitted at the last extra aeaslon and I'cfeatwd b.- :i small margin, hot the iur up or the senators Oil the Hon Indicated that there -vould HEARD IN CALUMET Bad Back Mad Strong Kidnay Hit Corrected. All OVOT Calumet you hear It Dean's Kidney Rills are keeping up the good work, curing weak kidneys, drivhu HWay backache, correcting urinary ills. Calumet people are telling about It telliiiK of had hacks made sound again. Vol can believe the testimony of your own townspeople. They tell It for the benefit of you who are suffering. If your back aches. If you feel lame, sore mid miserable, If the kidneys act too frequently, or passages are painful, scanty and off color, use lKvan's Kid ney PUIs. the remedy that has helped so many of your friends and neighbor. Follow this Calumet citizen's advice and elvc I u s a chance to do the same lor y on. Pen y pcrihcrthy, barber, Calumet Mich., says: "I can recommend Dean's Kidney puis, i was eaaeyed with a lame and weak buck and pains In my kiOnrys. It hurt me to stoop or lift and when doing so sliarp pains would catch me. My kidneys did not act reg ularly. I finally used Doun's Kidney Pills, and the contents of one box cured me." For eale by nil dealers. Price 50 cents. Fostcr-Milbiirn Co., Riirfalo, New York, aole accnte for the United States. Remember the name- Down's -and Uke no other. not ,), luHlcteal support lor the meas ure to ensure Its passage if anothei session M ere. to be alb d. U e nding the referendum, for which ho voted at Lansln-r. Senator Janus states that he cannot see in what way I: la socialistic, a considerable number of states having voted to InOOf DOreta it In their constitutions. As a matter ..; tact there is already a limited ref erendum, in relation to matters o4 raising money by bonding cities for various puiposes. The referendum Is appllej to the (Uestbin of raising mon ey for building a new school in Han code, and was also used In relation to the question of allowing the Calu met township treasurer to reOOlva fees. In the case of Its general application It could not be resort id to until n petition had been signed by twenty five thousand oters of the state and would r.ot lie carrind out unless given a two-thirds majority. STATE ATHLETIC MtET. It Is ma probable that the Hancock high school will be represented at the first state lntorschobist ie track meet to be held on June X at Hois Mlnnc Isl and, Detroit. In case the entrants arei'T "Theodore Roosevelt" has been en too numerous, it is likely the meet likely will take plate on the Held of the De troit Athletic dub. The EjAncOCfc ObOPl has been invited to adlliato witii the assot la lion but has not yet taken this action, and even thoash the school were COVkaeeted with the association. It is hellevcd the expense of entering' a tram would be prohibitive. A SUCCESSFUL PARTY. Members of the Hai k lodge of Eaka and their Hi. mis turned out Iti large numbers laat nlvrht to attend the Informal darning party Ivt-n at the ciub hons4'. Luncheon was served dur ing the evening by the lattice of the Klks, which was a new InaO .a Lion that was rrtU'li apMiciated. The KaaBOCh Ity orchestra furnished the miifdc for the !anclng and re Ic ed many compliments for the excel lence of the several selections. SITE IS SECURED. A site about two hundred feet square hits been )ensid by the CJulncy Mining company to the Catholic congregation on the hill for the erection of a church, work on which will be commenced soon. A fair for the church fun I will he bed during the summer, plans for which wilt he announced shortly-. A plhei of ihirty youni; people will re ceive ilrst communion on Sunday morning next. Rev. Fr. Kron ofllciat Ing. SMALL HANCOCK BLAZE. The Hancock lire department was called out today to extinguish a small blaze caused by a stove in the kitchen of the Dwyer residence on quincy street nviv Ravine. The fire was put out by use of the chttni'iil appiiratud only and the damage way light. REBEKAH'S BENEFIT. The benefit perform.'ince given evening at the Savoy theater for Hollv Rebekah lodge was one of Inst the the btst attended shows of the anason at Manager Gettelman's popular jdioto play house. An eMeptlonally iittract Ive iii igram was gien. dj 0 HANCOCK BREVITIES : s4ddd4dwl444ddstddi -l-l- -H"?- Rev. J. C. Plnten of Marquette was a visitor In HeUeOOOh yesterday. John Hill and wife of H-5 Franklin street are the parents of a daughter, bani 'in election day, April L Mrs. Almlna Pcllnw hux returned from (Mange. Cab. where she has been visiting for the past four month. Mrs. Thomas Payne has gone to Iron Mountain for a visit with Miss Marv IfealjTj accompanling the latter, who returned to her home this week after a visit In this city. J. K. Itrennan of IAnse was ay ami 1 ed on in the Men hospital In 'hi rago this week for appendicitis and hln condition Is reported to be satis factory . The Hancock board of education held a regular meelinr last eveti.ng at width the proposal to MM the c.tyj for funds with which to elect I new ' high school was dwcusnd but no ac tion taken. Wllttam K. Mm'igan, the new treas urer of Franklin township, yesterday assumed the duties of his oflM the hooks of the township being turned over by hi pWdcc-SQOor, J. KnohL Tlwi books show a balance of $r..Ta."..44 for the roar; receipts MLUMtl dis bursements. $;t7.S73.07. Clemenl f. ooyke pi RamoMMee m. h.s arrived here to take h position as piahisl at the orpheum. succeeding fjhootei Tre-eona. w ho haa returned to the (irand at Calumet. The seat sale f r "The Gamblers' opened this morning at the Keircdg.' hardware store The play is by Charles Klein and comes here on Friday ne.xt. April It, The Maccabee lad lew benefit at the Royal to have been given on April and Id, ha been postponed until May 1 and .'. 00 a int of the thoatOf being aieaad mr tatenahre nhajrajtloiili and Improv eiin ids. The Uaelos Auxiliary ot Ibo A. t. H. of Hancock will ad s host eOOBl for their sisters of the falumet M riMii.r iiv :Miillnrler on Sunday af ternoon next, at the Hibernian hall. An !nformal pngram Is beuUJ prep.iretl for the occasion The employes or the Boncooh branch of the Grlnnell Hrothers music concern held n banquet and business meetlnr In-H evening nt the poet( hotel An ex cellent tilnnoJ was enjoyed afi-i which the business session and a II it I idler oi Impromptu addreeisai took place. The annual lOasler Slipper at the M, 10 church will lake place this evening a i the chunh isirlors between ." and s o'clock, and will Ibe served b the I. 'dies of the church. An unusually ap petizing 'bill of fare has been prepared, comprising roast beef with brown gra vy and mashed potatoes, awitet corn, pickles, salad. Jelly, 'bread and butter, fruitcl Jello. whipped eroam, assorted i akes. li a and coftee. A Joint session of the I ji dies' In dustrial and t'le Women's Home MIs shMMUBJ Bisletles of the 4 'otlKrea I ion -al church was held this afternoon at the home of the pastor on Hancock street. A feature Of 'he meeting was the Kaster thank offering by the Mis- i loner y society. TORCH LAKE PLAN SUMMER EXCURSION. C lub D'Habci svdle Members to Duluth en Roosevtlt. Jun 16. At tin- monthly milling of tbe Club D'Haberville UMU evenlr.g, furtner plans were made for the proposed lake excursion from JloiiKhtoii to Iuluth on Sunda.v. June lt. for which the stiam- aged. Tin.- following committees were named : F.nt Ttainment V 10. Mayrand and land F. Prince. Ra i I road transportation Thorn. i 'iuiUird and FJ. F. Prim Music Dotiat Prudh'ommt, J. A. ! .riere and A. F. lalipcau. Adv i rtlsiim - '. K. Mayrand, la mat Prudh'omme ;irui Qoofeje Fiiiion, jr. Decorating L. &. Chabot and tleonre Kllttoa, Jr. Tin excursion will be the third cit n b) the club and proliahly will ellipse all others. Plans are alnady on lot t lor ah elaborate cntei taimnent d the lOBttef nmtry visitor when tiny reach Duluth and It is expected the event will be a very successful one. i b.od music will be provided for the trip to Duluth, one o! the best of the ctipper country bands being engaged. The bout will also be elaborately d.s yrated by the local committee. The proceed of the excursion will le used to help detmy the cost of lac new St. Joseph's church, which will be completed thin summer, and which the members of the parish hope to ded icate free from debt. HOLD MEETING TONIGHT. The l,ak- Shore Kntcrln inmcnt com mltteo will hold a meeting at the city hall this Tea IHf to Complete the or ganization for the nc y ear and to take preliminary steps towards s Ig lyceum course attractions for next season. fYnni the success of this see son's entertainment. It is eapOCtod thO lflSdftl course will bo an even more attractive one. FIREMEN WILL MEET. The annual meeting of the R ebheU fire department will be held thl even ing and besides the election of othctrs for the ensuing year the annual re port will he presented. The deort ment's financial condition is excellent. A benefit entertainment will be given by the Crand theater tomorrow even ing lor the department. b TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. lilt The Huhtoeil council will hold a reg ular meeting thi afternoon. The home of Mrs. Sweeney, situated in the rear of the Caledonia baseball park, an old landmark of the Torch Iake town was destroyed by tiro yes terday. The funeral of the late Jos pit Hen dricks of Tamarack l ily will be held tomorrow morning at I o'clock, with eorviota at St. Cecelia's church. The German Aid society will attend hi a hi sly. Tho laetltOtOO OOMUi ifl yesterday under the auapices of the Trap Roi k innige WOro largely attcmhsl and proved very beneficial to those who w ere present. (7 UPPER PENINSULA Ishpeming Man Killed Mrs. R. H. White of Ishpeming, has received a telegram Informing her that her huffhaiid had been killed in a Ojllae IM Misbcc, Ariz. No particulars as to how the fatality occurred were given. Mr. White left Ishpeming for Hisbee less than a year ago. accompanied by John Llrwell. who mill 'bring buck the remains, arriving about FYlday. it Is thomtht that Mr. Llrwell will remain ii Ishpeming a hi family still resides here. Mr. White was well known in Ish lemlng. as he resided there for many years prior to his departure for the ePUth area t Ha worked mst of the time a a miner, but during the greater oarl f last summer he waa in the eiimiov of Treat leeteh Broeu louatract nig concrete Miilk Mr. N1iite "was about thirty-live years of age and liesldrs the widow thre ire two or three children surviv ing li'" Mi member of Zenith lodge. Knhjhts of Iythia. also Ff the Sons of St. George. It h expected, the funeral will bo held next Sunday. Many Deer Slaughtered That the strychnine sold nowadays la of Otam Inferior qunlltv that wolves can s-vallow bait saturated with tha poison und not die, I the assertion of John H Dincman and William Rrown. two traippers of tmokroe. on the inrllc river. As a reault of the Inability of hunters and trappers to kill the wolves, they are IncreadiiK rapid I j in the district north of Mn- tuetie, and a correeoudliig Jet rcas lit the deer is notcil. The slaughter of the deer around the Guilt river is alarming to tlev t .v o hunters. In making the rounds oi his ti ips reci ally Mr. DiiiKman count e,i the tun a.- st s of i weiii:. -I. . r part I devoured fby wolvee. Wlu rc iheie wi r. tlenty of sign of deer the forepart of the trapping season. Mr rdiigman says, there are now scarcely any. Kronen makes the same asseition. and adds ihut the wolves are becoming a menace. Both trappers have tried to kill wolves this winter by the use of strychnine. Wolves have eaten the bail time and attain, and the trappers' have followed their tracks for miles, bui there has never been a slnule in stance where the dose has proved fat al Bey ami years ago the strychnine h.td e dlff treat effe. i Tbe poisoned wolf syai found a short distance from win r he took the belt) and OTOWa, foxes ami other small animals would 00 POUad lying near. Had the stry. hatoe beer ot bettiaf quality the tmppefa believe they would certainly have had as many as six wolves apiece. Now they pre dict that the door win be ex terminate inless something Is done to rid the ptaoa of wolves. Soo Liquor Men Not Affected Saloon keepers doing business in i!m Soo win not be effeatad by the iatist ruling given by the state supreme coot i on tho terms of the Werner t'ramptou liquor law. At the tfoo, the salon..-, have btH'ii rediued In number until there is at i reeent but one for vti .no inhabitants. This will protect the dealers from damage unch i the late ruling. Goes io wone Star State to Wed Miss i'Yances. second daunhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M.i-auKhbn. of lion Mountain', was niOITted at Kl Paso Texas, last week to William F. Lewis, Of Metcalf. Arurona. The groom is a graduate of the Michigan t'olleu. of Mints and now holds the position o" superintendent of the Keystone mine The bride left Iron Mountain recently for Kl Paso and was marrkd soon al ter her arrival in that city. Dog Bites Boy in the Face John Kirkpatti k. son t,' ix-Aldei-n.an FJ. J. Kirkpatrick of I'.scanaoa, was .severely bilti ii by a dog owned by Henry Blake, while playing about the family home. The animal Ml the boy twice In the face, inflicting an injury that made It necessary to call a physi cian. The w ounds w ere cauterized ami precautions taken to forestall any sc. kma complications The ek was tied UP by police ottlct i s, to be lept for ten days to determine whether or not be la suffering Hum r tides. Had Successful Logging Seston Albert Brandt of Faithoru. who has been operating a loawinu camp near Anderson's Spur, on the St. Paul road, hae Just finished a successful win ter'a work, lie tat and hauled .M.'.O, 000 feet of loxs, mmi telegraph poles and 10,000 cedar I sts during the 1 i months. Mr Hramll was handicapped to a certain extent by i ot b lag Bbk to get cars promptly, n'essitutlnc the deOhini of the logs and then n hand ling them. The tract of timber w hit h lie Itas contracted to cut will furnish work for two more season. Forty men and eleven teams were employed the past vvintnr. Game Law Violator Pays Fine After arraiaalBS Bmll Person, a Joh her of DitkimKin county, in court at Iron .Mountain on a ehanre of hiving venison in his possession, I"puty State QaSse Warden Herman Learner return ed to Kucitnaba. The defendant plead ed guilty atid was scnlen.seil to tuy I iln and coobf ainountinir to IS3.M. Mr. Ltdsner. with Deputy Warden Mo In r. while on a tour of inspection through lumber anin of liickinson county found evidences ilnnit tliecanip conducted b.v Person that a crew of fif teen men bed been Qralobed arlth veni son. A portion -of a deer carcass was found by the wardens eocreted und r a bed in the bunkhouse. anil the ar rest follow u. Two New School Buildings Two contracts forarchltectnr.il work In tho way of school hulldiu? have been ptOCUred by Architect DH'fbJH Hubert of Menominee ilurinfr the post few das. The first la for a bulltilnil at ontonau'i'ii costing i:.,000, aiul the second is for a rural school i the Third district tor Itmallstou. Menomi nee countv. At Ontonaaon Is tt be erected one of tho most modern build ings in the peninsula. It is to be four storicn high and KdSllSd feel in dtatoa hiom. One of the apci ial features ih to be the k ninafclum. This bl to be hi us ami so arranged as to permit ull ptJrfea of tu b e,r gamcH. It w ill have on aasembly hal e.'xflii feet. The school will huve a bank, commercial tvpe vvrltlng and shorthiml danaetmeal sad rooms for metiUel training and do tit eO tic sell li e. In ;ali.-. -u is to elect a single rix.iu brick huiidinir. Ebenezer Rowland Deed Mbeneser Itowland. who w. s n ol the ploneet minim: -uen on the Ma' t.ltette rai .-o and a -tiri'ther o! I' Kowlaild. "I Itepablie, died iti-tilh at his homo in Moulder, t'ole . where h had reeided since g7a, when he left lslnemln. iH-ath came unrxpefli-dly and wa-i due to parhi-ls. He was r-:hl one vears of a'.'e and Is survived by tvv i ; rot Iters. K. S. Rowlai.tl of It-i ue!" mid Kdw.ird Rowland ot Inanv .id. ' Another brother, Henr Rowlantl. rh also formerly lived here, died toUl nonths auo tn Younrstown. ()., where he had keen a prom It tent buein ssmati Mr many jeurs. Wbenmer Itowlanti w. h one I tl: I foreniost minlne men ot Boulder ty. He was the ilita-ov i rer i f tin l.l.i loud property at Suninn rv ill. II j oene,l this property 'emmdlatdv afn i lea via a MArtfuottO etmnty. He wrtn born In alonmouthahiie, Unland, in ISI. His people rmig-at-d to "eio w hen he wa thrci j vrs '. Mr. stow land sia-nthis Oral m r at two in tha Ngton in Mar.p t tt i ie n he was In t be aatpl tia- Merrii I . From there be moved t" Ma i lake a position under Hairy Muriay at the Jackson mini, limn the I -sou he went to the Foster 'nine at the lion tiifis, nitteb pfanortj ha op ned Fie also hau supervision "f ti" Ii Clitts furnace ; : i saw mill. H was successful Ml the operation of IbOM profertlc. ami att r In Ing there u short tlmit he was also a ! up. rin toaab "i of tha Barn urn mine. RARE AMERICAN COINS. Some for Which Numisrrstiits Pay High Prices. There is prahabli 00 more eon ertei niimismaii t than the K i li-h uuthorl ly. J. If. Hint ker, who. in rorem I iier of Ijondofi Opinion, writes of ear ly I'nlted States coinage. A.- .nan. in- 'luiries oeaaernlaa our early ooln tomes to the ttuestlons and h i columns of The News, ti;,- informa tion may be oi beaotli to aomt of Ehes anxious hapiiri'rs. The artlela B0t that President Washingt a on No her 0, 179.'. in an address to Coi re said: "There has been :i s i I iin nlng in the coin;'.;' pf balf dinn s. ' Sonic of these half dimes hi.' . SIS to xjn etc h. and are now held at i higher prleOi Twentv yeara aao .i Aol lar minted In lTi'l sold for .'-" an-i o-. of 104 for :.7t. Th" lN'H do'ian arc t ,v t-t atnaly opai i . one ii; ev n dd for SLiOO. Tin- scarcity of this laauA, is accounted for. it is mi id. b. tlx sinking of a reaoel bubnd for Chtna having on board almost the entire mintage o ISOi. lor use in the linn1 trade to take the peace el tha Bpanteti milhtl dollar. Gold COlUB, t tbs WOfth In face value. $10, wire l.isi Rllr ed in i7i."i. Theae hive advanced In value, but not nearly as mueb OJ Iht tatty half e:i(.ii Mr. Baeehat aaya the Ural of theae that he can Iind has- the lotiend "Wash ingtt :i and Intlepentleiice, 17s;!." win -h was six years before Washimttmi WAS elected President. The next apji -ars it be of etofUoa tiri-in. the oeni of 1 7 x I . which was an cnterprisin',' eJtOfl Of Matttuy BouHon la phase the Am eel cans ami to s i ere the minting of coins, atottltoa failed in this, for tin Philadelphia ii HM vv.,s i stal'lib'tl n i'i9'i, aad the tvt'tit was atajaarJoed oi striking the WaeM acton mthed bual cent with the h kcihI. "Washinu'. n pi sehneat, iTf J." The old bar ' t lit" Which pre. t b tl this, was made in Hirmiimoa;.!. BBC' 'and, by Thomas Wyon. This OOUl pawed as BUma in NeW IT orb 'ii No .ember, 1 ti.', iintl is now ver: tare. the efjearae it has the lot tern c. s. a In a inttiionraiu. and OB the reverse thirteen horizontal b u s. when, in i7!n tin- emblem arefmeed for the reverse of t he silv cr ilollur were unih r (taemOOioa ;i member of t'otiRt ess frotn the south opposed the adoption of the cattle as unsuited to represent a na tion whose Inst t; nt ions were w holly in imical to monarcbi.il forma of govern ment. Thereupon a hunionma ne m i i remarked that "perhapa a -.ooae mlnl.t tult the eji ottoman, as It was a rather humble iind rapahlican bird, and cot Id also be serviceable ti other respe.t- Snapshot of Judge Walter Staples, Who Took Place of Virginia Jurist Slain by Allen Outlaws. i t Photo by American Press Association. Judas Walter Rtnplo of the BfamlClpal coaajil of Ibmooba, Vn . is filling the plaee on the lenrh formerly occupied hr judge Thornton I. Masshv wh-, del st his nuat of duty when the Allan bsndita shot up the Hlllsvllk, rthouee. Jfpon receipt of the governor's order M Ige Staples went to 11 nnd a s, i,l grand Jury 1 . . , . ., . i i..... n.o vn..,! imiiir. Aivon in: to the irginia papeea, tao i lost no time in returning tmiici ninim predecessor of Judge Mussle realgued r i r Oar iiesire to Pile lip Gold Imperils Ef Nation By JACOB RIIS GREED of Americans in their WILD DESI1IE TO TILE UP GOLD is a present tiny parallel of the dragon of dis loyalty and jealousy that refused supplies to the army o George Washington at Valley Forge, the same that called Lincoln a clown and a canker and Grover Cleveland a wife beater. THE UNION STANDS STRONG AGAINST OUTSIDE ASSAULT SINCE IT RECEIVED ITS BAPTISM OF BLOOD UNDER LINCOLN. UN LESS WE OURSELVES SURRENDER OUR RIGHT TO BE THE ONLY ARBITERS OF ITS FORTUNES IT IS SAFE AGAINST FOREIGN FOES. NO ONE WILL ATTACK US. BUT FROM WITHIN THERE HAS COME A PERIL AGAINST WHICH IT BEHOOVES US TO MAKE A SOLID AND UNITED FRONT. Democracy is a process of eduettiot) thnt is never finished. The fathers of tho republic laid down the lines. Wealth has piled up. Poverty, in our cities especially, seems MORE GREW80ME BY THE COXTKAST. This is a real peril, for tho VERY SOUL OF A DEMOCRACY is thisa fair oppor tunity for every ono. Put with tho piling up of great fortnnes tho human greed and selfishness which no political system enn ever cure as long as men are what they are, hut which for its very lifo a democracy must fight, be cause its mission is to make men BETTER better men, better citi zens, :N0T MERELY MOKE COMFORTABLE brfii the piling up, I say, of geujfri wealth, this GREED, this SELFISHNESS, ha grown like m deadly upas tree, and there has come a gap in our ranks in which we hear the old dragon of DISLOYALTY hiss. as the jjoslinK would servo to plae upon the dimes." -Imiia'.ipelis NOWO FINED EN ROUTE. in Ruasia tne objmretbi h) I . here, liven in banks the clerk s all dav lonc, find ao they i" la sj ernnient olTh e. Yd HtuokiiiK in am -tion-ra:l-wltl; back. j amoblnaj cerrlaaee on ttusaleu viiya i apparently altended ' ane ttei iS. Some little time according; to the Journal de St i tetnpburu; a traveler on the line t ieoV who Hah ted a cigarette wa; Pi -He. i re nmei .o. . - as a resolt of tUrvats from the Allean. Dangers Are Not seee From Without, but With OurOwn People Author and Sociologist , i,uetl iy a fellow poftaen'er tt throw Thin he declined to do. "Very rrtlH.1 was the retort, "1 aiii a Juux . ! a ml my jurisdiction extends over the 1 district through which we an- travel ThOB he oaJhal on another pee senaer for formal evidence and Inftlel ed a fine f 10 ru"ld. The the of Vrider had t- pay hefore beiap nllo'Wed I to wave the train. ---London t'hroniclc. SI. die Ih Udng quarried commerclal- iy in tVi states of our country. Ver iiiont and I'ennsylvunia leading in the ! indusir.v. -