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-mtllWMK...M......M.lWtt....IMI ,,.. I i ' iCbe PAUL M. MOORE, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER THOMAS WAND BUSINESS MANAGER Member of Kenlndtf Press Association ' wwf Second District PabUskers League j Telephone 4f ? MW .. ! - The cliccee-Baitcs aolccd lipwr the cheese ffot these, y .,-. J And warmly debated tke matter: The Orthodox said that it came frora tke air. And the Heretics said from tke platter, Sir Arthur Doyle. i t r-t icqE MAJomjy op vicroftjE (N MUNICIPAL ELCCTtONS THROUGHOUT STATal! UW IMDI (IP F Democrats Alse IWeated In Evans- ville, Fort Wayne, Richmond, Crawfordsviljcyand SmsUer Cle. Indianapolis, Intl., Nov. 3. In the Municipal elections held In Indiana Tuesday the Republicans scored several victories, Ute " most vital ot which was In ladianapoUs. Samuel Kewls Shank, tho Republican candl- f Jate for mayor, and the entire Re- ' publican ticket wore elocted by Majorities ranging from 1000 to 1500. Tho Republicans also defeated the Democrats at Evankvlllo, where Charles F. Hellmon was eleeted mayor John J. Nolan, the present mayor At P;ort Wayne, Jesso Grice, the Republican candidate for mayor, and a1! the other candidates on bis tick? wore .elected by small major! ftos. Further victories wero won by tho Republicans at Richmond, to-awfordsvillo and other smaller titles. George T. Warper, Republican, was electod at MnUinon Thf Democrata canted South Rend, MvvtiIcp. Iafaycfte and probably Terte Hau'p and some smaller cities. Foit Wayno. Jeimo Grice, Republl-f-i in elected mayor over August fi' 1t"mU Democrat, by a plurality ot 9-5. nver8iDg tho Democratic plural ity of 1400 four yoarff ago. MuiiKOvan, Itepu Hran, for Judge, and Jofferlo3, Republican for dork aro carried toroutrh on ths lindsltdo by slightly less pluralities than that given for mayor The result on council, is not determined, but tho Republicans havo mado large gains, and political condi tions of tho city are completely re versed. A tremendous vote was cast, at tho election was quietly conducted with little or ho disturbance. lEPUBWIi 4 Gary, Instead of being punctuated ? with Bccnes of riot tad disorder, for' which preparatloaa had been made by -'r1iwoWnB.tn rer M armed guards, the election fax this' city was as quiet as a summer mrebwr. Tho election of tfee Domocratla caftflliate for mayor, Thomas R Kasttie, at present presl- , dent of the board of trustees, orr - bis Republican e(w?oaent, John A. Brennan, was cemoeded shortly before V 1 t. Htaltellty Is 125. V RopuVHcwa tnajorlty la the council, howov.erf was clectod. " "navlHe-a Vhe city ejocyon hoie ah'arle &Vttollman, RepiWlcau, wnn elocted marer oor ftjayer fVkn 3. tfnTan by a plw4i of about' 180,'Tho ' lit n'lHlrane Waro olao electod their police Judge, 0 (terk. four copacll men n largo mi four of the Seven war rouncIlraou Jfour years ago tho rji rnta swept the city by over ,if) r-v nvtllo. The city election hero 1 tlio whole Democratic city '1 except tlio couucllman, J. II. . utirgb. In lb first ward. II . i, I the ward by two votes. Mike.M2ilward Tuhey, Bomocrat, vt. 111 .1 T ujl'i , tjd Dr. G. w Kemper, itepupii . - 1.. II.a MtaAltnn ISlAB. rfTI lOT Ullll" ! IU umv .fHVV Tho entire Democratic ticket, la i councilmeu, was elected, Lfrayottefr-aeoijte, r, Buugae, oi-ray, WB, Pg yrui,y .v, htM HMror ot Tiifaf eite, carrffeaij -y vrarJa tke city ever Hnry hwy, ??lH.CH. Subscription Rates One Your fl.OO Six months CO Throe mouths 35 Single eoplee ..; 6 Sii3oimcn aopies nmilod froo nn application. Correspond ents wantod iu nil parts of tlio oounty. Address us for par ticulars. Thtrsdey November 4, 1909 MQMfMHHMI wf DANCER ONCESOCIAL STAR Mrs. Parklson, Who Killed Husband and Self at Reno, Was Senator's Daughter. Reno, Her., Nor. 3. It developed at tho coroner's Inquest at QoIdOeld, orer tho remains of Webb Parklson add his wife, that Mrs. Parklson was the daughter ot Senator Pollard of Wisconsin, her maiden name being: Annie Pollard, educated In a convent at La Crosse. Later she lived la Washington, D. C. where she becamo an oxpert daacer. Slid married a crlcus man who died, ilw rush to QoldOeld took her there, where Parklson, who was regarded as the wealthiest broker thero whoa his tfdacoll'dated and Mohawk mine was Valued at $2SO,O0O, fell In lore wRh her Jancfng and later married iter la Oakland, Cat. Monster Eagle His Quarry. Big f"tono Gap., Va., Nov. 3.-A gray eagle,, measuring seven feet from tip to Up of wings and weighing 26 pounds, tho first known to. hara been aeen In this soctloa In several years, wm killed by Letch Harrfsoa nhl8 keaae at Horton's Summit, when flght Ing with several ohlcken hawks. Captures 10-Foot Alligator. Hope, Arte, Nor. 3. J. A. Thomas captured an alligator measuring 10 foet and 3 Inches on a farm adjoining: his place at Patmoa. empress uses Typewriter. It is related that In passing through. tier nusDancrs library recently the at tention ot the empress of Japan was attracted to a peculiar-looking ma chine. On learning that it was a typowriter, and having it explained to her, she becamo Interested and be gan to hit tho keys. Now, it i3 said. sue uoes a gooa deal of correspond ence for the emporor. It is further reported that Queen Al exandra of England, Queen Maude of Norway, the czarina and tho queen of Portugal are all fond of UBing tho typewriter In corresponding with their intimates. It is probable that all of them put together do not use tho machine as much as Carmen Sllva, tho queen of Romania, who rattles her poems and stories on n typewriter. St. Nicholas. Business Man's Failing.. 'Tl e policeman says you stolo a "JlWl" remarked the magistrate, "what- have ;ou got to say?" u'o my buay season," explained 1 fed Tim, "and I was so rushed at tU noon hour I'd only time to run out end simtch u little lunch." ' "Curfew Shall Not-' The Stranger Somebody told me there was a curfew law in this burg? The Constable There ain't, but thero should be, b'gosh! That darn recitation has been recited hero with out hindrance ns long as I kin re member! li n-v 'who soifer ttMi r katle aitaeil, frefteiUv i u Ieci weir irwKc uua geecral bfeakwxfeUews. ft'twaltUll yir cist Is as bad as that lake Carid h Uae. It Is a sale, rcHablc netUeIae,(r all wwaes. Take Mrs. Hena 2are, of Pierce. Fb., tried Cardui and alter ward wrote: "Iivas asul ferer from nil sorts 0! fe nale trouble, dad pala In my side, drawlafl pains In my kS, coald not sleep, had sVw-tncss ol breatli. "I saliercd lor years, hb flimy bHstaad wsisled w y trybi Cardtl. Tke Iks! Me gve Me reiki and mw I km als4 well" - Try CrM. E SHOES. ir i (i TinrM li!,1 t - i ' 'm il1s I i il m Ulii- t )m lit ti'iip". H'jf llirro'n none tli.it rlf rrdnutilos When a fr w'b t- i ' mr And l lm i i i p ' r Short. luMt wnn i r i rtlng, Ilul Iw'll IX I T - I 1 I , By the miho gn ' n if MnRlilff Tlxite two BtiiTuta 'hont ilr fv There la naught mor. inmfnrl bringing Tnrtli to tell, tlir'rc lmr.t to bai Than n pair of old mti1-fkliMltra Put to At n follow -m Though thoy'r Imrillv lit for "maln'r," Soothing mure JJmn they adorn. 'TIS EVER THUS. A fool and his automobile are sooa parted. No, You Can't. The world is wfda , And the way 1 lonf. But you can't make friends With a trouble' aodfc.' The Gloomy 0M$k, Trust President Is thew no way we can put this' competing' company out ot business without gettlff inta; irouDie ourselves x ttegal Xdvfser I fear not, th way things seem to be going how. T. P. But competition will be so expensive. L. A. You will have to cut down, your expenses. T. P, ;That's true. I say, James,, you can tear up that Check I told 70a to fill out for t African mlaslonary work. Silver Lining. Wife (reading) Here's anctlier case of a bachelor going wrong. Tho cashier ot a bank, aged 40, has been sent to the penitentiary for 25 years for embezzlement Husband Well, he's In luck. Wife Why, how do you make that out? Husband He'll havo a quiet, peace ful time of It until he gets out then he'll bo too old to marry. Drawing the Line. "No," said the fussy old bachelor, "I'm not an advocate of boarding house socialism. No, indeed!" "What do you mean by boarding houso socialism?" queried the shoe clerk. "It's the fclnd," explained the f. o. b., "that gives everybody an equal chance at the piano." F LOVE WILL LIGHTEN THE LOAD. Stockson Bonds Take this basket of fruit to 414 Grosvenor square. It's not too heavy for you, Is it? Messenger Boy It won't be after a while, sir. Scientific. I'rc never iWn S "fllpltxloeus Maybe never willt No doubt, 'rwK miy hociti pocu s t.nfi wihiIci oit tke bin. ' Gets Them. Clinrct - I hear yottr doctor's throo iii.toniohllce' $ot Uoth ii--TbftiV right: He's bound to get Uif peoplo coming or going. "itmUr-rs statesman. Mistaken. iK. r nie'" I'm awfully tired. Wt rf had tli piano tuner iwrw ill loieuoou.' Oh, was that the tunor? I thought It was your daughter playing; ngaln." The Real Tune. "They uny ovorythlng in life Ik nt- tufud to certain Uoy. What kyrt aro ' bllppery placos In lifr tuuml to?" 1 iwns they aro sec sharp or be flat " Tho Cost of Fretting. Mora men would got along hotter in this world, if they weren't all the tlmo Bitting down and fretting because thov aren't. A Muddy Stream. " I seo whero a man wants to give E. II Harrlman the Missouri river." "Um that' merely a new way of throwing mud." y5 $ v'V Th Old-Fashioned Way, "I saw our new neighbor this worm ing. Sho swept throuiVi'tsr Barter M "WJJk Queenly erajt" lJrKU a kr9M.M -'T - ....,, , n ! i". .'.m w Modern "Pick-Ups" H J ly ADA MAY KRECKER E"""aaNBMajMKainMMMMMaMiiVaWMa ammmmimmmmBmmammMmtim tmmmmmmmmmmmmwKwmmmmmmmtwswmmmmmAwmmmmvmmimmmmmmmwmmswswm rnumi. "8 K JI M'SBM V,TN of IVilm onr.of ilw ientific digniianM IDI LsuImJ And lio lias found four order, of imuu. I Hirst in rnul lie plnct's those whose inspiralioibi Ilo from tlruge, narcolica and drink. Tlicy lmvo tho most primitive tompor, both mental and physical. Thoir uiind and body tuff nro comparatively conrsc and gross. Wiatover their grnhw it lugs baliiud Uic contemporary ninroh ns ft souveuir and anrvivnt ol cnidcr ages. It belongs to Uic ahiggish primitive races whoso inert energies are roused into activity only by the roughest exci- tanto. It is rtfeorded that tho rude ualivN of unciviliaetl lauds bog their overseera to lash them to whip nway the physical torpor which prevents them from doing even their rough brute tasks. 1uL slave drivers vith whips could do litUe with n tventieth century poet wooiug his muso or an astronomer calculating the distance from Arcturus te tho sun. Thceo require a different stimulus. As men rcfino tho grosser excitants make no appeal to them and arc unable to waken U10 forces needed for their civilized work. Their dainty systems use, of course, totally different faculties from the savage' organism and respond to cntirelj different stimuli. They havo enfiroly different habits and perform totally dissim ilar Work. Now, if a man bo loading a purely animal qr muscular life, I will say ho can porhaps feel no evil effect from tho drug, but if he is leading nn intellectifal life, if ho is engaged in an action wliich interests him keenly, stirs him, impels him to the use of his mind, then ho will mov itably feel the, slowing effect, tho deteriorating effect of nlconol. But there needs no argument to pres homo the proof of a declino in the use. of liquors. It is porfectly- evident throughout the country. And in narcotics a similar change of heart is coming about. Prof. James, the Harvard psychologist, urges the superior claims, as excitants, of morning air and sunlight and fjne skies and mountain walks and dewy flowers and great thqnghfc and sweet aspirations above the frothy hopes of the foaming glass. They arc the natural stimulants of refined These need no other. No, not tea. An Englishman, B. Baron Itussel by namc has been making predictions for the year 2,000 A. D:r and has it that by that time the human system will have bo refined that tea and coffee will he placed in Uic Eame category that alcoholic stimulants occupy nowadays. Women In India Always Respected By T. M. BOSE indicates that woman's position as n sepa rate individual is hardly recognized. Furthermore, a synonym for wife in the Hindoo lnuguagc is urdhangninu," meaning "half the body," -.which al-. ikr.tea -her equality in mattens spiritual with, the husband. In Indi:' the are nei ther "better" nor "worse" halves, but only equal hahm, which is abeo lutclly needed t make n full, healthy soul, as the marriages in India are considered to be with, tbe two souls and not with tho bodies. No doubt the womanhood of India, too, is progTCseing along mod ern lines, without giving up what aro best of the anoiont customs. Buttermilk lis a Blessed Drink A By Dr. FRANCIS J. 'FALLON rj f m vr But don't forget about tho buttcrmjlk. I lay more stress on that than all else. My own allowance is at least 0110 quart per diem and on days when Old Sol seems to bo going out for a record I consumo ns much as a gallon. It is the most blessed: boieiHgc cicr vouchsafed to perspiring humanity and I am absolutely eomimed that if taken regu larly it will prolong life. Know & Girl Before Proposing By BETTY VINCENT r ' how spiteful to hor brothers and sister, she cun always manage to convoy on inipnw-ion of angelic sweetness to an eligible young man. That is, she can do bo for a brief time. But in a year, if the .youth is -admitted to the f am j)y circle, or if Jus oppor tunities, of observing it arc fairly frequent, ho will 'cpdamly Jjq abjc to 'form a fair csftraato of tho charmer's disposition, v Amiability it not tho very most important quality iu a wife, but it ue ofMhc e&Pnlials tog htppy mjrrje, r .... 2l4i A - Sunlight and Fresh Air Supplanting Alcohol ji 1 . 5 even coffee and In India when a stranger meets a wom an he always addresses her as "inatarce," meaning mother, from which fact ono can easily find out that in India a woman is respected, always occupying the noble place of mother. Again, an Indian woman's name be gins with a term meaning ""with grace" and docs not indicate whose wife bIio mai be or whom she belongs to. In this coun try a married woman is always recognized as '"'Mrs.," that is, the wife of somebodv or belonging to somebody, which, cloarly Don't fret, don't get "pestered" over small things; wear tlio lightest sort of clothing; avoid rich, and heavy food; drink all the buttermilk you can swallow, and I'll go bond that you will emerge from the heated term in fine fettle. Above nil things abjure thick steaks and use hog flesh sparingly. Fruits arc good, but thero are peoplo to whom straw berries are undoubtedly poisonous. Bice i a grand smnmertimc diet. On the coast ononis btassegTitli an abundance of sea food on winch, life can well be sustained while the torrp- days last. "IIow long uutst a young man know a girl befon- ho may, propose to her?" writes nn imxiotis young man. Ho does not soy whuthor he means how long ho should unit for his owfi good or morely foi 4 chmico of success. However, I am goinp to advirfo him to know tho girl nt least n ytar before ho aiks her to be his wife. Kvory girl appears ut hor beet when 111 the society of a youm man who iulorudU her. No matter how bad tempered she may be, how disrospcatfuj to hor motlfcr. L,jJ v V- WV' CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. Mayor Jftinos U. RaHh. Polloo Jutlgo Ernest Nowton. Ohlof of I'oHoo-Wm. Ilrmllov. Night Chief Clnrenco Mltoholl. Tax AB8o8nor OityOlork Paul P.Prloo. Troasutor Frank 11. Arnold. City Physician W K. NIsbot. City Eiinlneor F. J). Itash. Btroet ConimlRslonorRobt. Wood Counoilmmi Jno. 11, Atkinson, Madison Oldham, II. O. Hoiirland, li. II. O'Brlon, Goo. C. Atkinson, Thofl. Illalr. Meotinr night first Monday night In caoh month. School Trustoo Paul M. Moore, Hoard of Health Ed M. Trahern. Juo.X, Taylor, Cartla B. Jobmon, M.D. Posttnoslor Cliaa. Cowell. LODGES. Masonic Jjodfro E. W. Turnar, No. 518 meets 1st. and 3rd. Fridays In oach month. E. J. PJiii.tiira, Sec. Victoria Lodgo, No. 81, K.ofP. moots ovory lfgnday and Thursday hightfl, Visitors" wolcomo. Knto est "Newton, K.ofR. andQ. Hopkins Lodgo, AtO. U. W.No. 661 meets ovpry Thursday nlftht. Y.Q.-WAt.ilyBec. Goldon Gross Lodge, ZTarlinRtM, No. Kftjnqots ll. and. Br; Star-)ty night a caoh mopth. MrJj. M. B. Loko, See. DoRroo of Honor, No. 10 meets 9h4 find 4th Saturday nights In"elj! tn6nti). . Uias IttzziK Huirr, See. t Ben Hur Lodgo, Earltnfcta Coiirt. No1. 65 meets every ad'm- 4th Friday nisht Rt now VJctejry XX3I1. John Wand, Scribe. Standwalto, Tribe No. C7.Red Men meetq vvwy Friday elpep. 0. 6. OKSbxV, C. of R. Voodmon of tho World, Catatpa Camp No. 801 meots ovory WedBea day night. All members aro ear nestly roquoBtqd to bo thero. J. S. Hancocjk, Clork. Modern Woodmon of tho World. No. 11032 moots evory Wodnesd&r. Y. Q. AVAI.KBB, Sec. Elks, B. P. O. No. 738 moota a Madlfiouvillo Monday niRht. Jas. E. Francowoy, Socy. Vlaltlnfr mombors aro cordially invltod to attend any of th'eeo Lodges. CHURCHES. Caxholio Choboh. First mass ovcrv Sunday and holy day at 7:08 a. m. Socond mass and proachlng 0:30 n. m. Vespers and benediction 7 p. in. liov. J . i'. Mct'nriauu, Pastor. CnmsTiAN Ciiurou. Sunday school at 0:30 a, m. Preaching ovory Lord's day at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p m. Prayor mooting ovory Wednos. day at 7:30 p. m. M. E. Ciiunoir. Rogulnr services third Sunday at 11 a. m.aud7:80p.m. Prnyor mooting Wednesday ovonlng at 7:30. Sunday-school at 0:80 a. m. Class uiootlng, second Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Rov. J. H.Erabry, pastor Emvorth Loaguo J. S. Han cook, president. Meets ovory Sun day ovoniiifr at 0:45 p. m. nt tho Methodist Episcopal Clmruti, South All aro welcome. M. E. Cuokoii, Booth. Rov. W. O. Brandon, pastor. BorvicoB on ovorv Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sunday school nt 0:30 a, m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evonlngs at 7:30 o'clock. Ep worth League, every Sunday ovonlng at 6:45. Ladlos' Aid Sooloty ovory Monday afternoon. Oillclal Board mooting Monduv after first Sunday in each month. Missionary Baptist Ciiukoh Preaohii i; tho fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. aud 7 SOp, in. and tho procod lhgSatur .av night. Ghuroh moetinir Salurdny ulr;h boforo tho 4th San day bundar cr ool at 0:30 a. xn. Pr;tt iioe'iao v ry Monday nUrht a .-St P v C t- Grlgspn, Pastor tU&NKAI APTI8T CUUBOH. b( rv eaSa.i rday night boforo the pr tuiuay m each montu at t:i r .n lite Snndayatlla.m.and7:t ,.. va 1 rayor mooting Friday oven u l r T:3G. Rov. Bumpus, pastor a'RESRYXBBXAN CntJBOlI -"-J la. Regular sorvicosflrst TL ursdaij at 7:30 p. m. and third Saudi, at 8:80 p.m. In ooch moutl . Sunday school onoh Sunday in rn' at 0:81' o'clock, Russia Now Has Woman Lawyer. Di. Kathcrino Fleischer has jUBt' been admitted to the bar in Russia, and will practice her profession in St Petersburg. Bho is tho first woman lawyor ia tho czar's dominions, and sho passed tho final examinations with high honors. Sho mot with much op position when sho ilrst announced her intaution of studjlng law. Prejudice waa strong, oven from Influential mombors of her sex. Sho persisted U her ambition ngalnst all obstacles, however, and caino out triumphant. It la hor hopo to fight tho legal battles of women, and cho seeks them espe cially as clients. Dr. Fiolschor Is rk ardent eutfragotto and predicts alw will Hvo to seo women sitting In Um du'ma. Intellectual Evolution. Visitor Waldonla, aro -you readier obert "W, Clumbers' sbonr "The? l' i. .-.. .!' - - - r. iiosion utBia raruos bb ior rtiMic yosinra. weyoi; ot i", UM-fcjfaH 4frt Jf. .MUM.Mrfeereara utK v. !.. i r"' "I M V?"" rK - 7"imluTi'rrK'w JffT"3S'i A r'n1 i l V " - .! I-- tl.. UAMHILMja 1 i"( 11 fnr-v-H-w-m-M " n''fr 1 'Jf- I- tt I iHlli ft I 1 1 1 MMMi liiUlf mill ifMMMMJ'"