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THE MARION DAll MIREoW;' IfrffelJNESDAY. ItfAROH 6, i0l2.
PA(E TWO Mifc&u- 'Kk. fif' Current Topic Cltili. Tlio Cuircnt Topic cluU held an ex ccllcnt meeting yesterday afternoon nt tlio homo of Mrs. J. D. Taylor on Hast Center ctreot. "Something About Your Ancestors' Wcro the 'roll call responses and the quotation of tho tlay was consistently cl-osen: "Tatk not to me of the stock whonoo you grow, Hut show ino your stock by what you can do. Mrs. J. B. Hume ronil nn Interest ing description of tho nahnmns. Mrs. Ftnnk It. Mann combined two sub jects, "Tho I'enrl of tho Antilles" and "Cuba Undor Spanish Kulo." The club quartet rendered ngroeablo mu te nnd gonorously responded to tho enchorcs. Miss- Abagall Cast discussed tho Mexican Revolutions In a mott In otructlvo wny. describing Hidalgo, Morolos, Yturblde and Santa Anna. Mrs. T. E. Day gave tho last num ber on tho progiani. an ablo talk on subjects of current intercut. Tho next meeting of the cfub In ono Week will lie held w:tn Mrs. M II. IMnycrd on South Prospect street. Happy Thought Clidc Mlra Stella Quail was the hostess at a meeting of the Happy Thought circ-lo last evening at her Uouluviird street heme. There mum a large at tendance and the usual bustnc re ceived attention. A social hour was enjoyed and during that llmo tight lefrcshmchts were served. Tho next meothig will bo held tho first Tuesday In April. ' I'lii'lm Dnnre at Tally Wag Hull. The feast of I'urhu, one of the peace masons celebrated by tho Jewish peo ple, began Sunday an dlast evening tbxi initial soclul affair took place when about forty collides enjoyed a dance at tho Tally Wag hall. Tho hall nnd balcony wcro docoin ttd with potted plants and feins and behind a screen of green plants Mc Ntals orchestra dispensed dance mu sic. Tho affair, though informal prov . 1 . 'v 1 T r A scollop in erotw allien rnaKe towel). Use morcorlKd cotton -.o. ed doHghttul. A buffet lunch wag ser cd nt Intervals between danced. Tho guests from a distance: Mr. rnd Mrs. Mars fiom Delaware, Mis Ullman of Pittsburg, Mlwes Huth Goldsmith, llae Cohen, Hose Schan firber, Ileatrlcu Gumble, Margaret Shonthal, Cella Kahn, a'l of Colum bus, MlsKoa Myra Juskutok and Myr tlo Stletel ot Cleveland, Miss Carolyn Sdiaffner of Pittsburg, Miss LlebenH bergcr of-Plqua, Miss r.hoda Newull ot Altoona, Pennsylvania, Miss Levy of Delaware, Miss Muiks of Kenton. Messrs. Jullua Stelnhauver, ltobort Lazarus, Jack La.arus, Edward So hoenbargor, C'arcnco Isaucs. Alfred Harmun, Gundulaholmcr ot Columbus, IvIcKsra. Harry Frank and Levy of Delaware, Mr. Grossman of Cleveland, Mr. Victor of Mnnsliuld, Mr, Charles Vogul of Bucyrti8. C. O. F. Cliili. Tho girls of the O. O. F. club took their embroidery work to tho hmno ot Miss Etta Herring lust evening and spent tho evening chatting ovor their nccdlo work. There was iv business btsslon during tho ovonlng and later u lunch was Hervod. Mlis Dortha Thomas anjoyed the hospitality of tho club. Tho noxt meeting will be held the first Tuesday In April, the place to be decided upon lator. MnMcr Alhcr, Mfliliiloy hiirprlM'il. Ycstorday was tho blrthduy anni versary of Mastor Albort McKtnley and to nsslst him In the celdbratlaii ul tho day a number of his boy frlonds called upon him surprise fashion lust ovonlng. Gumes of overy dlseriptlon Yoro enjoyed and In a guosslug eon lost, Master John Foby wns awarded A prize. Light refreshments oro fcerved. Those presont Masters Hau!d Mc. Combs, Lumar CrlBslngor( Deun Max well, Itlchard Swisher, Henry Ullno. forest IliUn. Francis Smith, Gerald tjyors, George Essex. Paul Uyors, Konnoth Slfrltt. Charley Crouso, and Jfohn Foliy of Hammond, Indiana. John Markley has returned from an extended tour of tho south. L. Ilusacl, of Calouonla, was In Ma rion on business today. CASTOR I A tot Infaata unti Children. Jin KM Ym Have Always Bought 3ars the Zfytf&! aturo L 2 W X. -,.w t cTtlOTI Cl'lt.l flP. '' Margaret St. tmsmsm&2mmzm&msm2mi& fhiivrh Affaire I x wfiuiu fiiiHijj a Men's Meeting Planned. A great masa meeting Is being ar ranged for men for next Sunday aft ernoon at the Columbia theater, at which lime Mr. Evarts, tho evangel ist, now at Trinity Haptlst church, will glvo hi confidential talk to men only The local Y. 01. C. A. members will unlto In this sorvlce, and ft beau tiful souvonler song entitled "Ho AVIlt Hold Mo Fast" will bo prosontod to every man attending. A raro treat, from a musical standpoint, has boon arranged. Mlstf Ludzlnskl will bo pretent and sing "iMy Mothor's Hands." No boys undor n win no admitted. Woman's Missionary Society. Tho Woman's Missionary society ot Trinity dtavtim church will hol.Ji Its monthly mootliiir Thursday afternoon Mglnnlng at 3 o'clock. At ihli tlmo Hov. C. '.. Kvarts will give an nil drw 10 women only In tho auditorium of tho church, to which nil tho Utiles of tho city arc Invited. Miss 'LuiizinsKi will sing, uftor which the society will lmiii iis biiBlniKut and social session, nmi Kiitinor will lie served In tho church parlors. ni.mlpH J. Hall wiffweal: this even- Irg at tho Wesley Methodist church lit 7:30 o'clock. Admission Is free Union tu Meet. Florcnco lllchnrds W. C. T. Union will meet, Wednesday afternoon, at 2:90 o'clock, at tho nomo of Mrs. F. Sherwood, on David street. A good attendance is desired. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louie lllttonrnuoh on tc mined the, Young People's society, uf Salem Kvangellea: church, at their homo on Mt. Vernon avenuo Tuesday evening. Tho attendnnco was sp'ondtd, thoro XX CllOSS. STITCH SCALLOP. .... '. .,.?,..,.,',',... oi iire. a l""'"st' ",B'' ,,',".". aro dono it, bdng C3 guesU present, and six new meniLers wore udmltteii to the socleti. A lltoi-ary and musical program was rendered and was followed by ii social hour during which two cuntosts woio held. In a contest mudo up ot jjidio pictures, Miss Lulu Kellar wtfs tho rortunuto winner of tho prize, nnd Mrs. Andrew Kull received tho award ror reciting tho most Ulblo passages. P.efrotihinents were served by tho hos tess. Tho noxt meeting WIK be held In two weeks, but tho pmco of mooting has not yet been decided upon. An All-Dny Meeting. ' Thoro was u splendid attendanco at tho all-day meeting of tiio Fresby Urlnn LKllos Aid society, held In the cluirph parlors tpday. Tho morning unit afternoon wns do voted to sewing on npions, coinfortti jjij. ollutr urtlclosi to ha disposed or nt nu Easter bale. Lunch was served i I 12:00 o'clock. Tho -inyct meeting will bo held next Wednesday. BRIEF MENTION In order to prevent the cillcctlon of gut In the future, tho old well under the .Main street side walk In fiont of the court houxo whole tho explosion occuirod Sutiirday ovonlng, has boon lllled and tho dninaged sldo wnlk re paired. Ktraot Coinnilfc:onor ntum Is Inollned to believe that It wns nat- unil gas that onunoil tho oxploslon and that there Is a leak In tho mains or tho Mmlon Oas company near tho eld woll. ' COURT NEWS Two. CiihCN DIhiiiIkKmI, The case or It. E- Kumsey against Hie Chicago & Erlo railroad has been settled out of court and today was dismissed from, the common ideas court at the cost of tho defendant) by Judge William E. ficolleld. Tho ease of Biunuol Hush against the Chi cago & Erie railroad was also dismis sed at tho cost of tho defendant. Sulo Confirmed. In tho attachment suit of J, A. Miller against Lovlda J. Layman; Judge Scoflekl this morning confirmed tho Bale of property described In the petition, ordered n deed drawn and tho proceeds distributed. Ciiho Jic-i lewedi Wlion the rase of Htfnton Fish against Samuel Fish and jithprs camo to trial thjs morning lu the com mon pleas court It was learned that HDfej Burgess. Eliza Cratty, oilo of tho defendants, had died since tho suit had started. In view of her death Judge Sco Held ordered tho .ease revived In tho names of Mcrla "Winter and others heirs of Mrs. Cratty, LODGE NOTES u. Tho Companion of Foresters will bold n" special meeting Thursday cvon" Ing for tho purpose ot initiating a class of candidates. Daughters of America Meet. There was a fair attendance at tho rcgulhr meeting of tho Daughters of America, htfd In their hall. Tuesday evening. Only regular business was transact ed, which wns followed by it social sccslon. Tho next meeting will take place In two weeks. Hand Social Planned. Thoro was a good otlendanco nt the regular meeting of tho Woman's Ho ller Corps, In tho Druids hall, Tucs day afternoon. Tho customary business meeting wns hold, during which :t wns planned to hril a "band" social, at tho homo or Mrs. O. W. Paddock on South Pros pect street, next Tuesday evening. Tho next meeting will bo hold In two weeks. Dance Tor Modern llrotlioilioml. There wnswt good'nttcmlnncc of the Modern Drotherhitod lodge members nt their- regular meeting, Tuesday ov enlng. ' Considerable business or Importance to the lodjo wns trunsneted, and n so cial was enjoyed at the close of tho session. Plans weic mane for an In vitation danco to bte given In the hall, t'cxt Tuesday evening. Dowler's or chestra will furnish trie music. Knights of Mawabco. There was a fair attendance at tho in si arf. It shouldbc worked In co ilr-it then crowed 'by Khoso lyhloli Tuesday evening meeting or the Knights or Muccabecs lodge, at which only regular business was transacted. Arrungcments Wero made for bus'ness of Importunco to bo transacted at tho ii. .vt Tnnmliiy evening meeting, at which a good attendance of the mom-of bers Is desired. Canby Lodge No. ."it. Itoutlpo business and lodge matters occupied tho Tuesday evening meet ing or tho Canby lodgo( No. CI. Knights r Pythlans. A dance will he glvon on tho (irteonth or this month, tho arrangements Tor which were com pleted last night. Tho noxt meeting will ho held In ono week. . Mrs. Henry llrlttlnghum and dauh ter Gloria of Waldo woro tho gueaU of Mrs. Honrj Ilofstotter o'l Chest Hut utroct yesterday. s RAILROAD NEWS Within a short tlmo 21,000 completo nnd up-to-dato raUmiil inups will bo ruidy for distribution to the peoplo of the state. You will be aLJe to get them by npp'lng to members of tho legislature. Each member gets ir,0 mnpo. Thoro will bo 10.0UJ pocket maps nnd 800 i oiler wall maps. Tho lut-lf-r( kind aro uneful In your ofllco. Tho other kind Is Just tho thing to stick In your poekot If you do much tnivel'ng. Thoeo mftjis will be Kent to the legislators through tho secretary of statn's office, and they will bo ready for shipment soon. Jotreph Hausch, of Mcadvlllo, cap tnln of Erlo detectives, Is pending a few' days hero. Tho engines transferred from tho Cincinnati division 'to tho Chicago ill vision of tho Erie for use during tho cold weather aro ibelng returned to tho former division. Erie Division fjuporlntort.'ient C. A. Allen Is In Aehley today on business . C. G. Smith, Erie trainmaster from Cleveland, Is In Marlon today. W. P, Kimble, Erie dlvUlon onsW noor, made a business trip to Akron today. W. i). MoNeal, chief train dispatch or for this division of tho Erie, .Is mlvlng hls family to .Marion today and locating on Mt Vernon avenue. In the absence of J. f Norrts, the Erie traInrnaB,cp who Is upending a fow month In California, E C llob x A .(. Ins, assistant c'1',c'' 'raln tllipateher, Is'nnrt dmlod olubblng Women and thiu Ipejfarmlng the former's duties. EiHreit. j MtfMMKaMte . ! . J D. Dressier Is filling the petition tem porarily of night chic dispatcher. Tho work' of moving and the In volved unavoidable chaotic condition of affairs aro rapidly becoming unwill ed out and the Erie offlolals arc today ablo to advance with their work with out any hindrances. Tho scarcity of rentable liouscs has proventcd tho men from moving here as early as thov had anticipated nun a special train Is carrying them to and from (Morion. Tho train leaves Gallon at G:4S iln the morning nnd .I...... .A h- ...in .lrtj.lj. ntiil nmlltl nA. ,i i ,V in Vhnu hoincs ioav- conveys the mon to tncir noinca aea-i u. . .- . .u o.omnnn rag here nt 3:45 In the afternoon. DROPSY CAUSES WOMAN'S DEATH Mrs. Kiiiinn Scollchl Dies Tuosdny r.u-nlng nt Home on Owen Street. Mm Emma ello Smllelil, of Ow ens street, dldkl' at her homo Tuesday evening at 'J: 10 o'rlock. Mrs. iioiu nan uecn. in oi u cuniiiiiuiuuii i drops- and Drlght's disease Tor over three .enrs nnd her denlh was not unexpected. ' .Mrs. SrMteltl wn born Juno 3, 1SC1, In Crawford county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mahaffoy. Octo ber 2, 1SS3, tho wai unlto In mar rlago to Thomas Mnrkcy, whoso death occurred nomo jours ago. one wus sno was mnrrlcfl agoln to A. Scollold, who sur- vises tho death of his wife. Four chlldron nrq loft to mourn tho death of their mother. They aro Mrs. Nellie Innlh Mercer and 'Mlao Harriet Markoy !of Marlon, Thomn3 Murkcy of Lalttic nnd Mrs. nrtlo steward of iMorral. Tho deceased becamo a member of tho Methodist Episcopal church four years ago. Funeral services will bo hotdl Frl ilnv nfternoon nt 2 o'clock at tho residence. Jlov. Dogwlll or Morrni tmony woro ihoso ,,Ciets, nnd not will olTlclnto nnd interment will be 1 1))0 womcn arrested nt tho depot, Sul madc In tho Marlon cemetery. i nvan claimed. Kilcad Killed. Austin, Tox., March C A telegram received from Georgetown, 30 miles from here, declares tnnt the father of J. D. Sncad, recently tried for the murder or A. J. Boyce, at Fort Worth, wns shot and Instantly killed this morning. Tho slayer committed sui cide, tho . telegram states. Detalli have not bcon recelvcd Anothor reuort declares It was J, rD. Sncad himsoU whp was slain and as serts that a ipember'or the,,iioycQ lam lly llred tho eho'ts. ltill....'.t lrill.wl Qui. ml' . Georgetown. Tex , March C. The Itov. J. T. Snead, f.ithor of John Deal tinend. tho Amarlllo banker recently tried In Fcr Worth for the' murder utrca'pttln A. G. lioyce, was''8hot nnd killed haro today by n. O. Hllllard, wlio then committed suicide. Hllllard left a note zuylng that ho had killed Snead for revenge. It Is doclnred tho killing Is not connected with tho Sneiul-Uoyeo feud, resulting from tho lopemont of A. G. Hoyco, Jr.. with tho wlfo or J. n. Snead Tho older Snoad had Just left the pntorrjc.o here vheni he encountered Hllllard, who was one of his tonnants. Hllllard drew a revolver nnd (lied at tho mlnlstor. Then stnndlng ovor him ho sont two moro bullets Into the prostrate body, Doforo killing him self.- milliard lived near Ilosohud, on ono tho Snoad farms, and tho not3 left by him declared ho was losing Ms mind becauso of tho troubles with Sncad. A M-I-Moimry Miinleml. Peking, March C. dtov. F. Day, a missionary, was shot dcod-by Chlnwo mutloeors at Chin Oho today, accord ing to word Just received 'hero. The 'Hoy. Dr. Day . wan. connected with tho church of England mission Ills homo address has not yet been nrcortnlned. Dr. Day was accompanied by F, B. Hughes, uncthcr 'missionary who, n- cording to last reports was barricaded In tho town hall at Chin Chow. A detachment of ten British soldiers wns sont to Chin .how today In an effort to rescuo Hughes. May MolillUo Army on Horiler. Washington, '.March 6. That tho United States will Again moblllzo an army on tho Mexican bordor and that )lans to this ond aro waiting tho ro turn tomorrow or Secretary or War Stlmson was tho statement imado here this afternoon by an official In high authority. It was ml that tho Uni ted states has been forced- to mako ready to protect Americans In Mexico In vlow of tho extromoly alarming conditions rccontly dovoloped near tho border and tho statement attri buted to Foreign iMInlstor Caloro that In caso American Intervention woom ed Immlirerit. nil Ai..v.' His left In iMoxleo would bo hold as hostages by tho Mexican government against thai outcome. CHIEF SULLIVAN TELLS A STORY i ' About the Lawrence Affair Wliich is Different But ' His Story Doep't Con form to Reason. (t'nlted Pious Leaied Wire) Washington, March 0 Comroria hly furrod and richly gowned Wash ington society women rubbed olbows with scantily clad strll er from Lnw renco today while the" .awrence polloo officials, Commissioner of Safety C F Lynch and Chief "3. J. Sullivan, tn'd of their encounters w th the fctrlkers Mrs. Tail, wife -ot tho president! ar rived early in the session, Accompanied by her niece, Miss Anderson. Tho two (forced their wav through tho motley crowd standing In tho big committoo room until they reached tho dais. For a moment thoy stood watching (Lynch on tho Maud, until tho wlfo of Rep resentative ltalney, of Illinois, arose arid gavo Mrs. Tnft a choir. Mm Taft sat next to Victor Hcrger, the Socialist from Wisconsin, who is making tho fight for tho strikers. As tho hearing .iprogrcssed, tho president's wlfo and tho Socialist con versed earnestly, discussing tho testl mbny. Both leaned forward eagerly as Sullivan, who wns In chargo of tho 'pollco at the railroad Btntlon whoo. women And children wero arrested, after tho children had been prevented from leaving Lawrence, described tho pcone. Sullivan flatly contrniMctcd Hho testimony of tho Philadelphia com mittco and tho strike lenders. "No one was elubhod or beaten or abused," ho said. "There was no vio lence. I wns there to sco that those women and children1 wero treated properly. I was never Hen ,fcot aWny - ,i,,,, ., f ..... ...- i.. n them and nono of them was In- Jured In any way. Ho said that he arrested tho women ntM children hocauso tho adults In tho crowd refused to tell him whether or not .thoy wcro tho parents of tho children and whether they woro will ing that they should lea vo 'Lawrence., "Tho children woro not thrown Into nn automobile truck," ho declared. "Thoy wero 'picked up hy strong men and plnccd In tho truck. Tho women Sco-tJnlu,0 110 rcsstuncc. They woro wlll- Ing to go. Thoy wanted to bo mor- tyrs." "You an!J your men mndo no olTort ito prevent tholr making martyrs o! thcmsolveB, dMi you?" akod Jtepru sontntlvc Stanley. "So, Wo woro thoro for another Ipurposc," rospondcii Sulllvnn. Mrs. Taft nnd tho other fiiRhlonnbla AVO,mon In tho cr0w,i itonod to Sul- vnn' account as to ,how ho policed tho My of LnWrcnto ...ith 22.000 mill workers on strlko with evldont Intei- . - ' est. They watched him eagerly as Die told of women out to ,pl.ltct tho mill district nt 4 o'clock In tho mornlhtf In llttlo groups of three nnTifour, who1 woro anxious to ho arrested, who wanted ito offer themselves as martyrs. Tho women nnd children who wero crowded Into colls In lawrcnco pollco utatlons, according to yesterday's toe- "Tho husb.in'ds and friends of tho jailed pickets brought their llttlo chll dron to tho pollco Btatlon to bo cared for and when the women wcro sent to Jail, tho children wcro taken from them to bo sont to tho poor farm, "no whom tno mnjo.-uy oi me iuim .Thls, he said, was tho reason for tho Hcan voters or tho country wanted. . ,u- ..-.i ...i i ! t!..n.n. Tilvm nviippRiiriil tho nnlnlon eajuiiu uu me hiuliuii, wiicii wcujiuiii i ohlldren and screaming women wore varied. . "One day tho strikers pulled strict car trolleys from tho wires. ITlwy throw c,luuiks of, Ipe t,hrpuh tho car windows nnd ii3iragped tno ipusongen, out and bent them. I wa struck jby pieces or Ice tit this polril, and, J. 'ir - rested a man for throwJng lee. The crowu continueu to tnrow at me, a pa, nil officer who wns nearby came to ihy assistance. As I was taking my pris oner out of tho crowd an Armenian sru, '"? '.V""" l"u . uu. . "1 , enuiiK ui ice. i jcauncu olu unit struck him with my club, Just as hard as I cop!,! fetch It. He was tho only man I used i club on that day." Sullivan doscrlbed the mass lnect- ing or tho strikers and said that wlle thoro awis no disorder Jn tho metliwrs tho crowds would fill tho streets aft- . . . .. .. . .. ..,. ' The lenders of the minors aro a,l le over and dodgo tho direct Iwuo or .If In n,nilt.nn. JVint nn l l,n l.nH ' i.ultlni' Ihn i.rnHliWi! Inl nnmlniitJnn unit In Ibellovlng that now Is tho host tlmo for a strike. Thoro Is not much of a reservo supply of coul an ham) and with tho British mines imrulyzcd. In Issuing his challenge, .Senator and tho Froneh oporntors refusing to Dixon said that ho 1 especially nn oxport coul, it Is believed that tho xlous to olTect an agreemont with tho minors will got their demands within .Taft managers so that a primary a brief porlod. Tho men demand short might bo hold in Ohio for tho election or hours, moro wages and recognition, of tho union Dvory effort Is bolng mndo to per suado the mon not to strike and tho mlno owners may mako Important con cessions, Cardinal Wolsoy did not llvo In an ngo of rapid transit, but ho created It for himself. Ills capacity for rapid travel was a valuable aid In carving out a career. Wolscy Is said to hnye f rst won royal favor In this way. Ho was charged with n mossago from Henry VJI to the Hmperor Maximi lian In tho low countries and loft Li ndon In tho afternoon. Ho went by boat to Gravesond, by hoi so to Dover then by boat again to Calais, and he was' with tho Kmpcror tno following ovonlng and back to tho king In Just over two dnys from t:io tlmo of start ing. An apparatus dcvlsca by a Swedish Inventor named Nystrom may bo at tached to any koyboard musical In strument and will record a chemically prepared iIIjIkjii tho exact manner In which music Is produced liy any nr tlst. It Is run by orcctriclty nnd the record will reproduco tho music. Frit fo Hirvous Wen and Womin A 60-Cent Box of Famous Make-Man TabloUto Provo.WhatThoy WiUDo. You peoplo with lost steam, run down nervous rtystcm, you can't tono up and feel llko a blacksmith or make your weak, Impoverished blood puro and rich by moio onerclsa or chango In food, Uclenco proves thero Is only ono way to get muscle, strength anil nervo force by the euro materials Nature and medicine havo given us in tho wonderful tonic effect of Mnko-Man Tablets, Tho results will prove araaz. Ing. You w III find it out in a few days. Wo Viiint you to linvo same conlldoneo in tfnko-Zlnn Tnhloti ni wo have. we will buy tor nnv mnn or womnn n GOr full-Bl7 bos of Make-Man Tab lets to prove tlilH Is true. They will tx'irln n now btMory in hnaltu for you. uriiu jrrn luuimn io-uny so you con begin at once, nnd you'll bo different, 1001 different, anil n. llmnnnmi tlmnil bfttornnilntronaflr. Mnlrn.Mnn Tlilntn urn nld at Wo a box nt nil Drug Htorod on n tuaranteo cr monoy rcfundod. wCUT OUT FREE SOo COUPON MAKOHNTAIf.KTCO.. f,lo. JlnUt-Uml llJ., ),p, SS, CIls,IU I lit no?r uiol Mk Mn TtblrH httota and i wfib lulrj, Jreo, full-zetf-tenl boi. I .ruiglft'i Nma ,..,, ,. Mr Ktinii mi i ii... ....,.., ..in... a M'tt,i - .-...,.,,..,. ,, ., ' Wrlta clatnlt ona box to mcN toH ,.s " . r if Many mixtures are offered .as Gtibstitutcs for Royal. No other baking povcler is the saine in' composition or effectiveness, or 60 wholesome and economical, nor will nrnJco such fine food. Royal in the only Baking Powder made from RoycA Grpc Cream of Tarta si.Of Taftites to a Show-down With thn Peoplo and Open Tryout in Ohio Between- the Rough Riders I and Fossils. ' i ' lVlisiilngoji,('itarch Oti-Senator J. JU. Dixon', ehnlrman ot tho lloosovelt executive committee, InBt lv'ght chal lenged Hoprosfontntlvo W. U. McKln- lcy, director or tho Taft I'urouu, to co oiiorato with him In bringing about presidential preference pamnrles In every stato In tho union. Tho chal lenge wns conveyed in a lotter In which Senator Dixon said that tho Itoosovo'.t supporters want to nomlnato a candi dr.to who can win nt the polls in No- embor and that that candidate .Is tho '-"i" " v..w.. ..v. .-. . -r---, that, an qverwneiming majority oi iw publicans In all secUons of the country .want Roosevelt. I .Director McICInley roidled last nlriht n n .terse letter Incurring of Benntor Dixon on what cnndldnto tho i latter reprcBcnts. Mr. McKlrt'oy -made tit j,,ia Utat In view ol tho rct- that noosevelt has said that ho -would 'liot ,, nn uctlvo cnndldate for1 tho prcsl .I........ .I.a .I'... ..AA..1n ltlull,.Jn in .lAfll with an organtfon that parWu. t tepresent Itoosovolt nnd undeitukos to nnko him an netlvo cuncdute. Woultt Smoko T. It. Out. In other words. Mr. McKlnley's let ter Is 'Intended to go rurthor toward smoking out Colonel Itoosovolt. 0,( o. v.n. .e,. - "ll! challenge, senator Jixon soiu mst h'Gbt that he would answer It lodny lon.l 1.l l,n . 1,,1 nollili, lintel. than that the Taft people should qulb- putting tho presidential nomination up to tho peoplo for decision ,nt point lur primaries, 0f tho dclegatcs-nt-largc. ' "Wo wunt tho Republicans of tho nation to know tho real preference of tho Itopubllcans of Ohio," ho said. "No other ono thing could do us much toward sottllng this entire con test. ITnfortunutoly, undor tho Oldo inw no primary expression ot Ohio Itopubllcans can bo oecurod bcroh) May 21, but ir tho country know that it statewide primary would bo hold Jn Ohio, tho Chicago "convention would be composed of men free to numo tho candlduto who had tho greatest etrongth with tho masses of tho party, and thoy would . usk no bottor index of that thuu tho tesult pf tho Ohio j.rlmury." Senator Dixon's ilottor was as fol lows: "My Dear. Mr. MolCInloy Ior thg purpose of determining doflnltuly whether tho ItepuhVcitn votors of the country deBlio Colonel Thoodoro Itoosovolt or President Taft ns tholr candlduto In tho approaching presi dential campaign, I hereby chullogeno you to a test by moans of prllrMrles In ovory stato iln tho union " lloth Want to Hlit't Itcpiiblleaii. Bonutor Dixon stitoa that tho ob vious purpose or botji tho Itopuhllran campaign committors is to oloct a lie. publican next fall; that both aro In tcrcsted primarily In tho success ol tho party, an that tho first requisite to such success Is to cmoso tho candi date with tho grentest popular strength. "Wo ought to havo n free and volun tary exprcHjion of opinion directly from tho votorrf, who will carry tho Uillots that will dotermlno finally tho verdict at tho polls," .tho lettqr con tluuos, , "Tho tlmo to llnd out 'what tho voters wunt Is boforo tho nomination is mado rather than arterward. It will he too lato after the cdnventlon U held." Senator Dixon statco that tho Ite luib'.lcan national committeo wns not Ji'stldud In leaving tho primary ques tion to the action of tho states. "In every stoto and district In the union proper arrangements can bo made and effectively carried out." he says, "for securing a froo nnd volun tnrv expression ot the will of tho He publican voters. If Jt cannot bo done by a stato-wldo jirlmary, which would 1 f ptoferable, It cap ho arranged for dlntrirts, under the supervision of pro l-tr eommlttees." Tho Jotter calls attention to Uio vai DIXON CHALLENGES lniis states whoro arrangements have been or aro bolng made tor itirlmarlcs, mid adds: "With your co-operation similar nr rmigements no doubt can be effected hi all other states whoro ieg.shitUres aro not now considering tho enuctincrtt ot piesldontlal preference" Jirlilinry'' laws. I nm Informed that In several stutcs wbero tlio presidential prefcrenco' lri innry questlcn Is nwaitlhff lcglihttlvo nctloh tho lnfluonde ot mch 'vtfo nro worlolng with yoti Is cits: dolei-pMcd-ly in urt'posltloit ' Yoyr 'c6-ojitrdtlon w'th mo In such states no' doubt would result Ifl.tH? cnan,tm,eti?pf.A.hcso IawB nnd thocon's.'dcin' )p spread thercbyof the presidential iireterfncon .primary under direct legal u.uip;ion ibyi tho dtiite. ' in f . i in- "Let mo call your attention again to tl.o fact that Colonel Hoosovolt has de clared repeatedly that ho 1st not an ac tive candidate for tho nomination, but will accept It If It comes to him as tho demand of the voions of tho party. Answering I'opular Demand. "His lotter to Mr. Mooro of Pitts burg, sent out by your hendquartora lust night and published In tho news papers this morning, Is nu additional proof of this ottltudo and of tho fact that In now saying no will accept the nomination under tho conditions specified, ho Is merely responding to it popular dertnnd1. ' ' f. "Tho voter's lit 'tho country, 'havd an unquestionable' 'right tb escjU-esfj thelr desire, and I sincerely t trust ypu will accept this challenge. and 'peWro to co-op'crate , wi!fh mc . )n hqjai-rflngc-mont or suc"!t primaries. ..,,,,) ''Commissioned, .officers aro. necessary to drcet nn army, ,but t jls thp,(,rank and file that win the victories.", DJf SKH. H& " i" ' i Ij, . i;'V'.."'Z,'V'1.. am, Just In receipt. or,. yoyi;ltlejttc lie nth Instant, delivered by pc cr or tho nth Instant, delivered by spe cial, messonr.. Slncpiqisnej pleased to apply , to , your Wimmun'lqqllgn so gravo a ter;n ns chatnp, ItJjgWncs Eomownat iimportnnt to havo cnirjre- BrccUvo roJntlonf, tl candldainV.mado . . . outBotl , . c,onr nl V'"0" V' si I SIH l( 1U ,rC.I I- ' !.Vhr". "aL .1 ; ,,t f ' uu ,'" ...... . . uureau W,U1 ncnuquaricrH m Washington organized for tho pur- poso of securing his rcnomlnntion for a second term. Itpfore answering your challenge, I deslro to know whether you nro net acting as chairman or tho fltoosovelt executive committee, cither bj solcctlon or nuthortty or Mr. Itooso volt. nnd, nlso whether your so-called challenge wns Issued by authority of Mr. lloosovelt, whoso nomination for a uuru term as president I understand you nnd your organization urp at- tempting to secure." ." t: A houso boat or a ti6V'tiii&'-k do-, Mribcd by -"Country I.lfp In Auier Icn." Arouse 'ijcnls hflvo gcncrnlly been or tho Stationary lcfpd,v tiTthout power. Tho now boat Is' -Eoir-prdpol-llng. or light draught," hjiu, kn worthy, so tlrat sho can ho, us'eaon canals, on tho Orent Lukea anil in Florida watery. ( Ths now,.Jipuso boat, how over, luekd the saying grace or tho older variety, that of cheapness Tho great advantngo of Uio old. typo, was that a man thought ho was' getting his summer cottage rent frco when tho hctiso boat Idea too:; possession of him. At the ond ot tho season ho was somotlmes wiser. HE'S A BITTER ENEMY J OF THE TOOTHBRUSH ,..- KEp. cVp.u jtocudyVvY Iteproscntativa Cyrus Bulloway, o New Hampshire, called the "Uncdrab ed hayrick," made a speech oa the floor of tho House In which h' 04' clarod against tho pa of the tooth brush. He said chewing tobacco pre serves the teeth, but that tht tooth brush Injures tho enamel. ? y n i TV. i , i' . ' ( (.. )4 .. ..