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H j THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH - ' BRIEF REVIEW OF A WEEK'S EVENTS iiiH RECORD OP THE IMPORTANT iiiE HAPPENINQ8 IN ITEM iiiH IZED FORM HJ Hem and Foreign Newt Gathered H Prom AH Quarters of the World, H and Prepared for Busy Men iiiH INTERMOUNTAIN. H Normal operations hnvo been re- H earned la Butte mines, It Is announced, B following n slight cessation of mnxl- H tnutn copper production ItiNt week In- iiiiH diced by nil nttemptcd I. W. W, strike. H Declaring tlmt Utnh lias plenty of H (ceil to caro for tlio stock within the H lionlcrs of the state, the coimnltteo on H food supply iiihI conscrviitlon of the B state council of defense Ih Issuing ii H warning to fanners to hold their How to solve the problem presented H by thousands of men rejected by h nrnrt uonrus or nt camp, or uls- H charged from the army on account of iiiiH tuberculosis, will bo the chief question iiiiH tnken up nt the Northwestern Tuber- H culosls conference to he held In Spo- iiiiH lenne on Heptcmber 27 and 28, H The supreme court of Nevndn has iiiiH confirmed the decision of the district iiiiH court, and lieu Kuhl must pay tho ex- iiiiH treino penalty for tho premeditated iiiiB killing of n stngo driver nt Jurbldge, H Nov., yearn ago. iiiH Willie Jack, n 1.1-ycur-nlil' Indian iiiiH boy who confessed to killing Mrs. iiiH Charles Wllllanis at Hicks Station', H Nov., has been sentenced to life lui- H prlBonment, H Governor Alexander of Idaho nr- H rlred In Camp Lewis Wednesday and H spoko to several hundred Jewish sol- iiiiB tilers nt thu Jewish Welfare hulldlnK. B Thursday ho made n tour of the camp iiBb and expressed delight nt Its develop- iiyByBfH moot during the sixteen mouths since iiIBVJ Ills provlous iiBAVJ DOME8TIC. iijijfl Charged with nn attempt to black- iilH mall tho family of J, 1. .Morgan to the iiBH amount of $20,000 through use of tho iiBH mails, J. II, Thorn, CO yearn old, Jnnl- iiPH tor at n newspaper building, was nr- M rested by government authorities lit iiPH Lansing, Mich. rrlH Itcstrlctlons preventing men of draft H ego being commissioned In tho army iiBH from civil Ufa have been modified In iiflH so far dm they apply to the staff corps. iiJH Two hundred soldiers from Camp iiPH Fremont, Cat., were put to work iiJH tlirougliout tho Santa Clarn valley iiPH feathering thu prune crop, said to have H been damaged bndly by recent rain- rrlH Thu ninety-fourth session of tho sov iiflH creign grund lodge of tho Indcpenueut H Onlcr of Odd Fellows, embracing tho H United States and nearly all countries rrfH of thu world, opened Monday nt St. H Louis. iiIBVJ Tho ik)1Ico strlko called last week nt iiPH Cincinnati was declared off Monday. iiBI The men camo bnck without obtaining iiBI any guarantees from tho city officials iiBI relatlvo to their demands. rrAVJ Elimination of 5000 styles of rubber iiflH footwear Is called for under n war- iiPH time schedule of production an- iilB iiounccd by tho war Industries board, iiBH effective as of September 1 for canvas iifll rubber soled shoes and on January 1 iiflH for waterproof footwear. H SulcUIo und famine wero tho spec- iiBB tral pasongers nbbard a Bristol Hay iilB Packing comimny's steamer which nr- iiH rlvcd at Son Prnnclsco, Friday, the iiflB 33th, from Alaska wnters, faced. Three iiPH men aboard tho steamship commlttod iiH eulcldo en route to this port, and tho iH Americans aboard had to band to- iiBH (other to tight off 850 Italian Usher- 1 men to got their shnro of tho Mini pro- jiIBb visions aboard tho boat. m William II. Taft, president M the iiH Leaguo to Enforce I'eaco, has been iiBH Invited to deliver the principal nil- iill dress at the flrst meeting of tho I-onguo of Free Nations associations, iH to be held In London, October 10. iiflH Ono thousund cases of Influenza are iiBH reported at Camp Dcvans, Mass., by iiIH (ho division surgeon, Lieut. Col. Me- H Cornack. Deutli has occurred In only iiflH ono case, aud In that pneumonia com- H plications wero present. iiyH Shelled by a German suhmarlno In iiBH n fog Sunday morning, 80 miles oft iiBH tho American coast, a Ilrltlsh lessen- iiBH ger steamer escaped by altering her iiIH course and outdistancing tho U-boat. H Bho arrived safely In port. H Ono man was killed uid six were iiBH wounded near Owen, Wis., In u pitched H battlo between members of tho homo iiflH guard and farmers on ono side and two H ulleged draft evaders. iiJH Advlcei received at San Francisco iiIH from Honolulu announced thu death on iiBH August 20 of Mrs. Anna 0. Dole, wifa iH of Judge Sanford II. Dole, thu first and iill only president of tho republic nt iiPH Hawaii aud aftorwnrd governor of (he H territory. iH Eugetio V. Debs, charged with vio. iiflfl lntlons of tho csplouago act, was sen- M tenced to ten yearn In tho Moundsvllle, M W, Vn., penitentiary on each of three H rountn of tho Indictment, by Federal Judge Wcstenhaer at Cleveland, 0. M Tho sentences will run coueuricntly, H Full responsibility for tho recent H slacker raids in New York and ad- H Joining cities has been assumed by H Attorney (Jenonil Oregory, who prom- iH ises contlnunnco of the roundups, but iH without uso of soldiers, sailors and H lacinbers of the American Protective H Jlcnguu to make arrests. iiiH'' Growers of tho Santa Clara valley, Cal., lost $5,200,000 as n result of last week's rainstorm, according to a sur vey of conditions. I'urclmso of $1,000,000 of fourth Lib erty loan bonds by the Modem Wood men of America was authorized by tho executive) council of the order In ses sion nt Itock Island, III The society has subscribed a million dollars to previous loans. Eight automobile bandits made nn unsuccessful attempt to hold up thu United States -bank nt Chicago on Monday. John Jackson, a Janitor, wns shot by the robbers when ho sought to protect Simon Cheek, the president They wero scared nwny beforo they hnd nn opportunity to enter tho vault. Declaring that they wilt back up tho president and tho war, Newark ma chinists linvo reversed their original decision and will refuse to participate In any sympathetic strike. More thnn 8000 machinists there are employed on government work. WA8HINQTON. Tho United Stntes, ns was fully ex. pected, has unconditionally rejected Germany's pence feeler. In doing so, tho government has spoken for all tho co-belligerents. Federal land banks In August loaned $7,085,000 to 2207 farmers nnd brought tho total loaned beforo Sep tember 1 up to $124,877,000 distributed ninong 05,327 fnrmcrs, secured by long time first mortgages. Drnft calls nnnounccd September 10 by Provost Mnrshnl General Crowder will send 181,838 men qualified for general military service to army camps before ,Octobcr 10, All stntes havo quotas to fill. President Wilson has sent a cable gram of congratulations to General Pershing on tho achievement of tho American troops In wiping out tho St. Mlhlel salient. The wnr department hns tnken over tho Smith & Wesson compnny of Springfield, Mass., and wilt opcrato tho plant und business to secure con tinuous production und prevent Indus trial disturbance. President Wilson hns signed tho Joint resolution pnssed by congress, empowering him to establish prohibi tion zones nrouml shipyards, muni tions factories and other wnr Indus tries. FOREIQN. Itccognltlon of thu Czccho-Slovnk forces as an allied nnd belligerent army ugulust Germany and Austria Hungary and of tno Czccho-Slovnk na tional council as tho authority having control over that army has been ac corded by the Japanese government. No peace parleying with tho central powers until they unconditionally ac cept tho allies' basic demands for tho xccurlty of civilization. This Is the attitude of most of tho London evening papers toward tho Austrian proposal, Ilolsbcvlklsm from Srctcnsk, lu Trans-ltulknlla, to the Volga, In Europ ean Itussln, Is dead. Tho Ilolshevlk leaders In this region have been hanged or hnvo hidden themselves, while tho misled red guards, who oro arriving nt Vladivostok, havo re nounced llolshovlklsm forever. In extending an Invitation to all the belligerent governments to enter Into non-binding discussions nt some nou tral meeting place, thu Austro-IIun-garlnn government states that tho ob ject of tho conference would bo to secure nn exchange of views which would .how "whether thoso prerequi sites exist which would mako thu speed Inauguration of peaco negotia tions appear promising." When tho St. Mlhlel operations' bo gun thero wero from 00,000 to 100,000 Germans liislde tho salient. They es caped nt thu rata of 1000 hourly, but tho plncher closed und trapped a hith erto unknown number. An entire Oennnn regiment, with Its commnnder and all tho staff, were captured. Tho Ilrltlsh steamer Galwny Onstlo of 70SS tons gross was torpedoed nnd sunk Thursday morning. The miss ing number 180, Including 120 passengers. From tho top of the city hall In Pnrls tho Stars and Stripes fluttered all dny Sunday, having been hoisted by special order of tho municipal coun cil lu celebration of tho American St. Mlhlel victory, An official dispatch from France says it is reported that Prlnco Henry Charles of Hesse has accepted the crown of Finland. Germany's latest pence feeler, ad vanced through Austria, it was offi cially stilted nt Washington, best finds Its uuswer In President Wilson's Hal tlniore speech delivered last April. "Forco, forcu to tho utmost, forco without stint or limit, tho righteous and triumphant forco which shall mako right tho luw of tho world, and cast every selfish dominion down In tho dust." Twcnty-ono Important German' towns hnvu been bombed by the Ilrlt lsh Independent nlr forco during tho month of August, according to Infor mation from an authoritative, source Tho Portuguese eoverninent has ! promptly unsworn! General Pershing's cull and thousands of workmen are be- I lug recruited In Portugal for tho American forces In Franco, Substantial wago Increases, an I eight-hour day and time and it half pay j for overtime labor wero granted tho operators of tie Canadian Pacific Tele graph compnny by tho labor commit tee of the Canadian Pncifle rallwny war board. About 800 men nro af fected. It Is lenrned that Germany hns mnde u peaco offer to lielglmn, In wliich llclgliim Is to bo beromo n ch at tic of Germnny, no admission being made that Germany hns wroaged Hel glum, ami no premise of Indemnity or reparation being made. I FOCH NIBBLING AI THE GERMAN LINE LULL IN FIGHTING IN WE8T PRELUDE TO HEAVY BLOWS DY THE ALLIES. American Troops Advancing Along Moselle River, While British and French Advance, and 8erblana Spring Surprise on Bulgars. With tho Army in Franco. Amcrl enn troops on tho right wing of Gen eral Pershing's urmy hnvo renched Vuudlcres, on tho Moselle, n ltttlu mbro thnn ii nv"o west of tho German border and hulfwny between I'ont-A-Mousson nnd Pagny-Sur-Mosllo. Whllo tho Serbs nnd Lthclr French allies aro wresting from ttio Dulgnrs somo of tho strongest positions they Imvo held In Macedonln for two yunrs, Marshal Foch's forces nro nibbling suc cessfully nt tho German lilies onjhq. western front In tho fnco of more de tcrmlncd resistance. The Near East furnishes the most sensational news, hovrrrer. Tho of fensive which has been launched thcro seems uot only the Inost successful, but tho most pretentious In many months. It appears probable, that n further ndvnnco by tno Franco-Serbian troops will ncccssltnto tho recall of the Bulgarian divisions which hnvo been loan ml to Emperor William to bolster tho Teuton resistance In franco nnd Flanders. 'An official Serbian report declares that tho reconstructed army of tho battered, but not beaten, llttlo king dom hns taken not only 3000 prisoners but an Important park of cannon. Tha Ilulgurs admit having retired, but de clare the attack has been checked to tho north of Grndcshltsn. Thcro is nothing to Indlcnto, however, that tho ndvnnco of tho Serbs nnd French hns been definitely held up. Lull Thought Prelude to Heavy Blows. Tho lull In tho fighting In tho west Is regarded by military critics as merely thu prelude to heavy blows at tho foo by tho Amorlcnns, Ilrltlsli and French nrmles. Tho Ilrltlsh advanced their lines slightly nt several points. They ore mnklng sternly progress In tho Invest ment of St. Quentln, n difficult task under most fnvorublo condltldns. 'Xj; General Petnln's veterans nro feim Ing ahead slowly but surely In tlajJF grim and despernto strugglo forHV SL Gobaln forest, .which tho Germ have been ordorea'toJwldaLdLcos;. Not only Is tho position a natural cita del, but tho Teutons hnvo fortified It In every wny their Ingenuity could devise. Notwithstanding tho difficulty of their tusk,, however, tho French nro moving on, taking prisoners u they go. TRAPPED IN BURNING PLANT. Elevin Perish In Factory Fire In New Jersey. Newark, N. J. Trapped In n cloak room on tho top floor, eight girls, a boy nnd a man perished hero Tuesdny In n tiro which destroyed tho plant of tha American Button compnny. An other girl wns killed, when, seeking to escape from tho flames, sho leaped from a window. Nino other girls wore Injured, several probably fatally. Tho girls on tho lower floors mado their escape Most of tho dead and Injured were working In tho carding room at tho top of the building, It Is believed that, when they found cscupo by means of fire escapes and stairways cut off, they fled In n panic to tho clonk room, whero their bodies were f7jnd Intor. v FRANCE WILL FIQHT ON. Premier Clemenceau Makes Stirring Reply to Peace Plea. Paris. "Forward to victory 1" Is Franco's answer to Austria-Hungary's peaco bid. Premier Clemenceau thun dered It In the chamber of deputies late Tuesday, winding up ono of tho most eloquent nnd Inspiring speeches ho hns ever made. Tho whole house, which had constantly Interrupted him with cheers ns ho inndu his defiant speech, rose to Its feet and wildly acclaimed the "tiger," resolving unani mously to havo his speech posted throughout France. Mangln's Army Gains Ground. With tho Army In France. Creep ing on nil fours over plateaux and up ravines dotted with German qulckflr ers, tho French nro seeking hidden mn-ehlne-giin nests and reducing them with hand grenndos. General Man 1 gin's troora aro making ono of tho I most courageous nnd most admirable lights of Ibis war south of St. Gobaln ! forest, against what n high Froneh of ficer described ns "a natural cltndef that men Juno been perfecting for four jours." Jongress Asked for War Funds. Washington. Congress v,as asked by tho wnr department on Tuesday to ' provide $7,317,000,000 in addition to previous estimates for carrying out tho enlarged American military pro gram for tho coining year. ' i Rebels Attack Power Plant. El Paso. -A report tlmt rebels un der Hlglnlo Agullar hnd attacked airtl damaged tho power plant or power transmission line, which furnishes electricity for Mexico City, hns been rucelved here from Chihuahua City. 'NORTHWEST NOTES I Nineteen young men left Ilutlo Inst week to enter the training school nt Boulder, Colo. More than 1,000,000 cases of to matoes, twice the canned output of any previous year, will bo tho Utah cunnerle8 product for 1018. Tho Democratic statu platform con volition at Helena, Mont., elected Hugh It. Wells of Miles City to sue cced himself ns chairman of the Htnto central committee. Chief of City Detectives John Bow an was killed and John D. Itlley, u city detective, probably fatally wounded In a battle with robbers In the downtown district of Colorado Springs. ' To Htlnnih.to interest In food con servation aim nil wnr activities, somo Butte merchants have resolved to uko d largo proiHirtion of their advertis ing space und appropriations for i.ils purpose. At the sheep nuctlon held nt Helena lust week, a prominent sheepman Bold n two-yeimold Hampshire ram, born and raised lu Montana, to u Bozcmnii grower for $l(i00, thu record prlco In tho stutc. A contingent of-youn wonon from Luwlstown, Mont., went out .one dny hint week nnd assisted In threshing operations, doing excellent work. Herc toforo tho women have nsslsted only In shocking tho grain. Despite war conditions, building op erations In Snlt Lako during -.ugust, 1018, showed nn Increase of 02 per cent In volume over the showing for August, 1017, nccordlng to a rvport is sued In Chicago, covering Pacific const cities. Captain Bovcrly C. Duly, retired, hns been relieved from duly ns profes sor of military science at tho Univer sity of Wyoming nnd has been re stored to uctlvo duty and nstrfgncd ns commanding officer of tho students' army training camp unit nt that Insti tution. Tho sugnr Industry contributes moro to the wealth of tho state of Utah than any other, except that of mining nnd smelting. Tho importance of this ac tivity Is further Indicated by the fact that It puts Utah among the first four stntes lu thu union In point of beet sugar liroductlon. Messnges hnvo been received an nouncing the death at Ptiynllup, Wash., of A. D. Myers, n well-known iAjwIstown, Mont., business man, 02 years of nge. Tho deceased left Lew Istown with Mrs. Myers several weeks ago, hoping that n change of cllmnto might prove bencflcMl. Striking Industrial workers nnd la bor ug'lUitors of liutto may face tho sumo ultimatum which President Wil son Issued tu stilkcrs at Bridgeport, Conn., and may be compelled to find work with n n essential wnr Industry pr bo barred from employment for ono year, according to federal agcnU. Four thousand and ninety-eight re cruits Interviewed nt Camp Kearny last week applied for $10,220,000 worth of government Insurance, ac cording to official figures given out Only thlrty-ono refused to apply for In surance. Thirty-six of them asked for less than tho $10,000 maximum al lowed. Willie Jack, n 13-car-old Indian boy and tho self-confessed murderer of Mrs. Charles Williams nt Hick's sta tion In Nevada, has been sentenced to II fo Imprisonment It Is tho Intention of tho court to refer the matter to tho stato board of pardons with u recom mendation that tho boy bo scut to the itato Industrial school. Thcro Is ono mother In Wlnncmucdi, Nov., who Is happier than other moth ers, nnd sho Is Mrs. S. A. Dedmnn. A Jew 'days ago sho received n letter from her son announcing his arrival at Camp Dlr, N. J., on u four months' furlough ufter receiving seven wounds und being severely gassed In the American service. Propaganda relative to tho effect that tho United States government Is not properly taking care of Its fight lug men, has been circulated recently la Salt Luke to a great extent, Colonel Gcorgo I Byram, In charge of tno war prison' ut Fort Douglas, declared last week, and that drastic steps wero be ing taken to suppress all such stories. Stuart Itonald Thompson, a district orguulzer for thu Woodmen of tho World, was Instantly killed and Robert Jackson was seriously Injured near Greut Falls, Mont., when the car In which they wero riding und which was being driven nt n high rnto of speed, crashed Into a bridge, hroko through tho railing nnd Jumped to thu ground 20 feet below. Ben Kuhl must dlo for tho brutal nnd premeditated killing of thu driver of tho Jarbhlge-Twln Falls stage at Jar bldgo about two jears ago. Ills com panion In tho crime, Ed. Beck, must, serve a term of life Imprisonment. The "stato supreme court litis swept nsldo all contentions raised by uttor ' uoys for tho condemned man and tho Elko county district court has been di rected to fix a dale for tho execution of Kuhl lu the statu prison. Because ho tried to bribe a waiter ou u dining car to "slip him a llttlo moro sugar," n traveler on an enst bound Southern Pncaic train recently, was given a black" eye by an arpiy of ficer, who w'lia sitting nt ncarl5y table, tho Incident occurring nt itcuo. Tho Itov, Father Crouln, pastor of Sacred Heart church, Goldlleld, who left last week to, enter the army ns n chaplaJn ft Fort Itlley, Kan., was es corted to tho train by a largo crowd, which gave three big cheers for tho clergyman ns tho train left tho Nation. IAH STATE NEWS San Juan county Is likely to bo a great beet seed producer, experiment tnndo this summer demonstrating this fnct. A Inrge number of Scnndlnnvlans from tho central part, of tho stato met at Provo, September 10, In annual reunion. Ten limited service men from Utnh will entrain for Fort McDowell, Cal., September 23, for stenographic and clerical work. When his automobile was struck by n street car at Suit I-ako, llobcrt B. Thomn sustained Injuries which may cause his death. Sentence of from one to twenty years was pronounced In tho district court ut Ogdeu on Thurinan Marque, convicted of forgery. Tho members of tho Oguon ffre de partment nre fo recelvo an Increase in salary, according to tho action taken by the city commissioners. The Union Pacific company's $10,000 nddltlon to tho largo Icehouse in Og- ueu is rapidly Hearing completion and will be turned over to tho company la time for the tee harvest. The six sugar factories of the Amal gamated company wilt begin tho sen son's campaign on September 20, ac cording to n u announcement from the office of the company lu Ogdeu. Acting on thu orders of thu Attorney general, Sheriff John Corless of Salt Lake county announced Inst week Hint ho would confiscate all automobiles used to carry liquor into the state. Only coal firms that registered with U, S. food administration will receive coat from the producers In the future, If Instructions from Food Administra tor W. W. Armstrong nro compiled with. Fire destroyed tho nutnmoblle sheds, n new Ford touring car, about 200 bushels of wheat, u quantity of honey, farm machinery, accessories, harness, etc., on the property of Andrew Arm strong of Ephriilm. Judge Georgu W. Musser, labor con ciliator, will visit Salt Lake to en deavor (o adjust thu difference ex. Istlng between electrical workers and employing companies. The conciliator has been ordered lo Salt I.uko by the Washington department of labor. Citizens of the several towns in Emery county have contributed to thu making of u beautiful Itcd Cross quilt which will he ou exhibition at thu statu fair, where It will bo wild and the pro ds turned over to thu Emery county chapter of the Bed Cross. That oik of tho biggest problems confronting the managing committee of the Utah statu fair lu providing spneo for the Miirpiisligly largo num ber of entries already In mid assured to be forthcoming hus'Iircr. disposed of In a perfectly satisfactory manner, It Is said. How to educate tho city-struck farm boy and persuade him to remain In tho country us a personal nnd national necessity, lu tho paramount problem that Utah educational officials nro trying to solve, according to I. B. Ball, stato director of vocational training In agriculture. The Industrial commission of tho statu of Utah was mado tho defendant In u suit filed tu tho district court at Ogdeu by Mrs. Emma Chandler. Tho action Is thu outgrowth of tho death of George C. Chandler, who died from tho effects of it bite from a dog afflicted with tho rubles. Salaries-of men working for tho rail road .dmlnlstrntlou aro free from gar nishment. This decision reached Stilt Luke railroad officials ovor tho sig nature of Director General McAdno. Tho ruling was not mado to afford a loophole through which employes enn ' escape ;helr obligations. Urgent advice to nil stock nnd dairy men to hold onto their animals at the present time, and to refuse to bo frightened Into Indiscriminate fialo by the high price of feed, is given by the special advisory food commltteo of the committee on food supply and conser vation of tho statu council of defense. Students of good scholarship who havo thirteen high school units to present will be admitted to the college section of students' urmy training corps at Utah Agricultural college, ac cording to a telegram Just received by President E. G. Peterson, from the commltteo ou education and tq.eiul tralnlm?. Tho Ogdeu High school may offer a course lu auto mechanics In tho near future. Tho government has request ed It and Supt. II. O. Johnson Is con fident that the board of education will sanction It and other courses, such us professional Instruction lu homo eco nomics, home nursing, first aid to children. Boyhood's ttnro-honored custom of getting dirty and icmaliilng m until dlfcovery by stern parents is soon to bo u habit of the distant past, for Utah's kiddles are rapidly enlisting In jtuto and federal hervlco to keep themselves spotlessly clean so they may grow up Into healthy citlicas for Uncle Sam. Mrs. Selden I. Clnwson and Airs. W. O. Jennings were appointed by the oxeciltlvo commltteo of tho Utah War Mothers' us delegates to thu in tlonul convention of War Mothers, which Is to bo held at Evunsvlllc, Ind'., Sep tember 16, 10 nnd 20. All bay shows n less than average yield, although tamo grains luijs are better than usual, Tho lotnl-induction of alfalfa was greatly lesscnod by th soveru and widespread ravagos of the weevil. Later cuttings wore cut short a some pluces by n shortage of !rnf,ii!on water. FAMILIES OF MEN IN 4 SERVICE PROTECTED i - .',v. 4' AMERICAN SOLDIERS AND 8AIU ' " ORS SAFEGUARDED AGAINST t FINANCIAL DI8ASTER. - .5 s' ii f To Compufsory Allotments the Gov- . " ernment Adds Family Allowances ' Ranging From $5 a Month to , , " $50 a Month. - ' . i t'-W Washington. Tlmt the fighting; '"''I' men of tho United States mid their 5 fuinllles left nt homo ure materially ,' " Mifcgiiurdeil In generous way by the- t government Is set forth In 11 digest - -r of the soldiers' and sailors' compel)- satlon law. ' s t The United State; government pro- - -V,j vldes three forms of flnniuiill protee- ; tlon for. Itsjfjlghtlng forces and their 'Jf families: ' ' Every enlisted mnn In the urtlve mllliury or pnvnl service Is under 11 duty to allot $15 11 month from bis. - . pay to his wife nnd children. To s these compulsory allotments the gov- eminent adds family allowances rang ing from $." n month for 11 mother less child, and $15 for n wife without , children, up to n maximum of $00. " Tho compulsory allotments nro thu same for all enlisted men, regardless of rank or pay. In addition to the compulsory allot ments, tli6 enlisted mnn may also mako voluntary allotments to his pa- , rents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, or grandchildren, ami, If they are de- 1 pendent upon him for support, the government may add certain monthly family allowances. Not more than , $T0 In family allowance will be paid on account of any otie unlisted mnn. By this system of allotments and , allowances the enlisted mnn anil the government together make provision ( for the loved ones left behind. This compensation Is the modern American substitute for the pension. It applies to officers nnd enlisted men alike when employed lu active serv- 1 lee, regardless of rank or pny, ami Ih payable for death or disability In curred lu the line of duty und nor caused by their own wilful misconduct. in case of death, compensation. 1 which range from $20 to $75 a month. ' Is paid to the soldier's nr sailor's widow, children, and dependent father v or mother. No other relatives nre en titled to compensation. The compen sation tuny be paid to a widow 'until ' remarriage, and to a child until thu M age of 18, or until marriage. 'J In case of disability cumpciiftntlon M Is payable lo tho disabled person him- jy self, (bo amount ranging from $3(1 to- k $100 per mouth, depending upon the Lv, disability and the number of depen- TO dents. m M if tho disability Is partial, the com- V pcnsatlon is a percentage of the coin- , S pensatlon tlmt would be payable for ' total disability aud thu amount varies nccordlng to tlw size of the disabled U person's family and the reduction In "U Ids earning capnclty. In certain spe cific enses of totul disability, such ns the loss of both feet or both hands or both eyes, or for becoming help . less nnd permanently bedridden, com- pensatlon Is. payable ut the rule nf J $100 jier month. ! Compensation for dcntji nnd disa bility should be clearly distinguished f from thu government Insurance pro- ;' tectlon. which Is entirely separate. -Government Insurance, '; In addition to the compensation for ' death or disability, tho United Stntes f offers Its fighting forces the further '. protection of government Insurance. . This Insurance Is protection against 1 death or total permanent disability. r(Mf It Is granted, on written, application, 'vf fo nil persons In the active military if or iinval service, Bocausu tho gov- M ernment lara nil overhead expenses. MF nnd the extra wur hazard, tho cost ' ' Is extremely low, Tho terms arc so favorable und the protection so broad y; that the matter naturally rommemls fk Itself to all men Joining the colors. A. Thu premium rate depends nn the- 1 W man's age, and for the full $10,000 i nvernges between $1 und $7 11 iiioulh. J , To obtain this government lusur- ' mice the man must apply within 12 I! days after he enters the active mill- K fury or naval service. 1 In riiso of death of n person having 51 so applied for $10,000 Insurance, the- Jj government will pay, so long ns there vy nre persons living who nro emitted to ""I recele the same, monthly Install- ! ' incuts of $07.00 eiigh for twentyj'enrB, r whlch, taking Interest In account, ag- , . w gregate $13,800. y ' j x" In case of total permanent dlsn- e blllty these monthly Installments of $07X0 each will be paid to the dls- " ahled person throughout his life '---! 1 ' Provision Is made for the continua tion of (It's government Insurance after leaving the service, und for Its conversion under the provisions or ihe act without medical examination. ' nut later than tho yeurj ufter the ..-i close of the war, & Kentucky Politician' Assassinated. ll Lexington, Ky. Elijah Huberts, 1 gnufe warden of Breathitt county, and t I 11 leading ltcpuhllcan politician, wax I assassinated while riding along a I country road, Bloodhounds havo been. J scut to traco the murderer. I Man Contracts Anthrax, 1 Mar.xsville, Cal, M. Osseubrlggen, I rancher of Butte county, Is thu first I human to contract anthrax during thu I epidemic among cattlu of Butte and 9 Glenn -counties. He contracted thu I disease while, skinning a cow i