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THE MARION H. B. SNYD1B, Manager. foreign Advertising Manager, 35 Fifth Am, New York. TELEPHONE ...... ... ,w Thk Paper Receives the , ilews Service Rates of BInglo Copy Per Week by Carrier By Mail, Per Year Remi-Weeklv Mirror. Per 'I WO SYSTEMS OP LUItMIXn. Sometimes a letter drops into the commonplace stronm nf correspond ence like a stone thrown from some medieval entapult Into the water of the twentieth cen'urv Such nn epistolary mlIIo Is n letter Just received from an old Trader In Michigan, whoe name I do not glvo, because I'm nrlt sure ho would main It published. , "I cannon, heip support ft paper that approves such doctrines as James A. King explodes In his article, Fnrmlng with Tractors.' T am a small farmer trying to make an honest living, and t do not !aro to seo the day eome when I-shall have to be his wage slave; that Is, If 1 am able-bodied .enough and he need a man. This will be a small chance, as he my ma chinery will displace men. He as much as says that ft very few, himself among them, have brains . noiigh to farm that way. Now .has he brains enough to letl me what will beoomo of thu men machinery displaces? "I Hope to see the day that machinery will lighten our work; and I am supporting- papers that advocate n system whereby we shall nil derive an equal boneJlt if we are able and willing to do our share of tho operating Not until then should ho say, 'Stnrve, you Ho whom I will not furnish em ployment!' 'I have nothing against the, man.. It Is llm system he ndvo tutos.,iHcro Is hoping that you will all begin to think more nbout the brotherhood of men." ; ' Grie's'iirst impulse, In1, this soir-wUlgflcd Mventloth century, Is to smile at this oprtf of hotter, to rato It as the mouthing of a oronk, ami dlmiiwi k, as of no ImJportnnce. But no man's honest thought can be rated as of no importance. Every man's though Is Important. "When" thrashing machines were Introduced' In this country, thoy were welcomed by our farmers nd so with the reaping .mnchlne and the stoel .Plow. Hut .when C. W. Marsh went over to Austria to demonstrate Wio first Marsh harvesters, the machines were guarded flight and day to ko) hired men .from breaking the thing which was to rob them of their Jobs. And many a thrashing machine was torn In pieces by onrngexr nailers who saw ftholr employment gone forever. . But aro hired men and small farmers any the woro for tho Introduc tion of agricultural innehlnerj ? I do not see that they fire. The farmers .or China and Japan buy their entire outfit or farm tool for letei than ton dollars. Theyo not use horees or other draft animals to any extent. They mostly do their work with the tools nature gavo thorn. Arc thoy bettor off .'hfojirfrjpnp (toe small farmer of Allehlgnn? No, thqy are not. Thqy are ery, very poor. They have no lire In tho house for purposes of warmth, .i-Tn--Jrt-T5TnMnWlfuHa-rbul reryn'n clothlne to warm them even within' Kloors. They oat. scarcely any moat. Eggs that aro Infertile they eat after It is certain that thoy will not hatoh. 'While their houses and their rood' nro such-oaito keep them In "fair 'health! Iho life thoy ilvo 'is so strenuous" a. strwghvfor subslstonci that white men-eoukl not exist under It. j iMnohlnery makes n grea deal of difference In tho matter of employ ment thoro Is no- dispuUng that. But where men a'ro, ns our Michigan friend .would say, most -'enslaved," .tht-y reach a stdgo whoro tlfey can drlvo out the machine. They do so In China and, Jafcmn, Human llfo Is so chcj.p..thora-thut.-maoliIneH-)iave no ehanee- to pet In. -KloBirnnd blood It "'hW' ynilor.. foot. -0J!lug employment, hut fmaahlnosoeost money. So' Hie; farming there Is deno without machinery' ivo that wliloh the Kgyptlan slave used In theTpniS M Xfoie, Fo sVve lifojil tudVnro better than trictors. Farm arWFfrefJuie. - ' ' ' - tl.l ill" ... I.I , ' .'. I Ditirr op politics?. . Those- nimbll6Art iVlib support Col. Ito'osovoll because they believe "Taft cannot bo oleotcd" have, In one way, a pretty clear conception of the wltiiutlon. It Is very doubtful If the President can bee lectod. But that Is not proving that the Colonel can be elected elthor. It is doubtful If ulthsr or thorn can bo olucted. Col. Koogevelt would appeal to cortnln classos but his campaign would be opposod by many (people with much hlttornesH. He raises all tho old ipawers of opposition to a third term. He would make a sweep In some localities but he would meet a strong, Hlotormlned resistance In others. It would be nrguod that If he should bo oleotud It would bo to transfer the American republic lrito an empire nnd that ho would return to the White House to stay. He would meet tho argumont that his return wncttM mean that there Is only one man flttud loo bo President. That does nofcolnMde with the American theory of govornmont and- charaotor. pur lorJne Ik that there are a thousand men fitted !to discharge tho duties offthat offlco and many of them bettor fitted than Mr. Itoosovolt. Mnnv .rri Inst the monopolistic robbers ilnrlntr ogrcssives oo not want him 'inv fnn.. hi... , ... ..n.u ..,... tw-Cdn him and aeQrga,V.,grkliw$vho haSyionKbeen tfie confTdentlal -ron-retatlve of Big uhe-nry7rcincmb1crth5t lpness' Coal ron .C'oJfihcldent and tliat Harrlman Hffalr uid thaUonly scare-crbjvs wore tise Ma -Jiv .v...-. ...v. v luuiiuuuii-uuillHy Uf- agait jot effective viAdy PAflpJe are anxious to avoid a recurrence of 1803-7 buH Khat panic was due more to prevailing conditions than to politics and great economic chanjes havo oqrurrM ourronce. Tho shlbbolothtof fioipe Democrat of "ajtarlfr for revenuo only" wo'' regard as unsound but a tariff to foster business without permitting monopoly nml extortion would bo u. sane proposition. And tho movement to bring tho government closer to tho pooplo and to romovo It farther from monopolistic control ought also to be centuatpd. 'But Mr. Iloosovolt is too much of an opportunist, too self-docoptivo with tho Intoxication of his own presumption, to mHko a success of the 'present longings and tendencies of tho Amorlcan people. It tho T.iCt and Boosevelt Ilopubllcans had tho courage to withdraw those wndldates and put a man In the Hold Uko Cummins or !. Follotto they would at least get on the right traok. But polltlar must run Its course. onio Democrat will como to tho helm and ir ho Is wife and careful and does not go to extremes ho may keep his party In control of the government But If his coming should be follovvi by a ipanlc like that of '03, whether It should be of pollUeoV-prlgln or only accidental and pcdnojnlc, it would proolpltate change. iHonie, jtoorlng Into tho vasty delps of coming time on0 rhust trust the good newe and tho discrimination of thc,"fjpeople. They wlli likely find the way, although It may be slow qml it o torn o, up to higher, Jevola of attainment ami moro logical results In go crnTnent. The free 'pioss nnd tho platform must winnow tjie wheat from the" chaff and elucidate "tho truth In tho friction or discussion. ' ; Till: AVOW) OltKV. tThero has boon a "straw vote" tako.n or fourtoon of tho most prom InoM womon ln the country, pn vvhothor or not to opifc tho word "obey" from- tho marriage ceremony; Of Wio fourteon votes, all but four say to drojolt. The four arp Mary Steiwart Cutting, Margaret Wilson, Amolla Barr nndTjJHan Wlilting. Among tho ten who say "drolfy It" nro Jeimnotto I. Glider, Marlon Harland, Harriet IP. Spoffard, Alice T. (Bartram, Caroline II King, Kathleen Norrls, Fanny H. Carpontcr, Christina Terlnuno Herrlck Ono woman, Allco Hubbard, of Kast Aurora, says that tho word "obej" Bhould .bo rciulrod of both sides In tho marriage ccromony. Thu hiisbjnct slioutd bo required to oboy, too. This gentle roclpnytlty of submlsolon slvould ho ho solution;' of th whole matter. As a practical fact, thoro nro more thing) In which tlio husband should obey tho wlfo than whore tho wife should obey the husband. In actual experience that word "ohay" Is a Joke The Idea that with a loving couple thoro should bo any controversy as t. (who should obey, Is unnatural and absurd. And tM-sIde, there are men wiho uro worth being obeyed, and women, lllccfctee, and the mat'er bhould adjust Itself on lines of worth, morll, and Koo0judgmcnt. If Jove rules a homo, ir, svasmtiv uuuat Joiirnair' i , ' Hi i K DAILY MIRROR Frank R. Northrup triboBO Bid. Chicago. . . ,., fl. .., No. 9 United Press Telegraphic and Market Report. Subscriptions. 2c -., 10c $3.00 Ynr ffel.Ofl m miir.iri.ti. tt .. ......... lnce that would urovont itH . tho question of right ilopsn"t jboth a' v'. ett vmitmumilkUlVv- J n Himrv- 'Sl THE MAHIOW DAIL Y ENGLISH COAL OPERATORS BRANDS REVOLUTIONARY PROPOSED-m LAW TO ESTABLISH MINIMUM 'WaCE RJlTti FOR' STRIKING MINMs i ii -M .-...- "" UK ' r , Mb. taBW ? Wt? iWMi fl mSt i l f " KM&t I-r;iS(aKTKf;iLflRJeV$PB POUCe,Jr MILITARY CONTJ?OLLirJQ R.IKEf'5' ttc LABOJ5.TeeTt0f3LE WHICM APRf5CEPeD PRESENT STfSlKS Coal operators of England, whoro moro than a million mlncro oro on strike, threatening to paralyzo tho nation commercially, aro throwing every possible obstaclo In tho way of tho minimum wngo law which it Is proposed to have Parliament pass. "If tho government exercises this force," Bald I, A. Thomas, leader of tho South Wales employers, "wo shall bo compelled to submit. Tho proposals aro of a far reaching and revolutionary character." Watts Morgan, shown In tho picture, Is ono of tho leading deputus of tho miners' organization. The I'onnsilvanla railway Is n good ,gros receipts, last year, were $336,000,000 and Itfl oxpenes were $201,- 000,000. That allows ft profit of J.SIOOO.OOO. fl'lmt. sum Is ilte a line .margin And from these llgurcp It ll .be evident that much of thu stun" writ ten almut tho 'terrible restraints and regulations at' railways and nfl''ca Jlon or -property Is bos)!.' AVith nil tho regulatory law the iTViir-vH'nm'u is iible to-pllo'iip net profits' tb tho' umoifiit of $7.",PQ0,00p. There no con- JlsoAtlon tIn, Uie twq-cenl per .mjlo rate mid somoluAv tlulti'blg r .1 1 wss ablo 4" sithur In some- friendly shekuls from Its ft-fllght "traffic Tin lvennl vnnla Jtrwttll mnnngiMl, a WortdOrfuMy ;flno rosu 'And rudjfy i I'm jrde i( ,the nintry. ,, Wo haven't .had tlmo to oxanilno tho Con-Con'8 Ilcens. measure lint at a kIauco It loukx like an Imlprove ment. The best mloons were the Iktlp old Oerninn places nnd the wonst are tho browrs Joints. Twice nnd on1 to also good. Aluo a limitation of tho number but It should ln one to tin thousand population. We bollovo In Iho PmgroHslVo fpollaloo and d'trtnos but nelUier Taft nor llonseelt are likely to ctury ttiaiii out Hut there nro men .who would mak a groat effort to Jo so like Scboolamster Wilson. And GoertHr Harmon's IrltNida vlalm nli that he 1 iproun-j-shc. ( If the story which nvo. published ,linve ca ptn Hill 'Texas 7 AX Is true, uiu-iime popmnrrt with tho covytyoytt. ,'.... ,t ; .Stluumii, Secretory oC.iWAi-, lus jiovv wire )f parrying mosttat his Qaldnet. 'J- ' 4g"V" Tf tho 'oloj)l gut a oollvrt It - mi. ft St , re ' Tide and Current. wo -- 0 .u important CncX. "That bamruct' tonliht nn't et along wHIiinit nic " ; "You have a vhrygdoll 'opinion of iyourself 1MI11 'fflr rt speovh?" " e'' , "No, I huh IriMlbu tt IWlon." Tttin-' .j-as t'lt .IuuriiL Money In Sluikopcnrt. ' "So your &lia.lN?paure' clirti Is a Krt'ut sue (ess?" ' "Yes. Vi v hsvo secumulated enouh lines for min-attendanuo to take us ail to a mutlncn party." li.oulsv.Ille Courier-Journal. 1'ililon and I'ui'l. "Then your htisbniul refuses Ln get you a spring hat?" "He hasn't uxaotly refused, hut1? wants mo to put the money In coal." Louisville Courier-Journal. Cim llnidly Oct Tluoiigh One. w Parwguaj's ipresldent is a prlonci of ahe rebels. Tho thlnl term foil presidents Is no problem In Ceutruf rVmerJcon republlesAJbanj KnhkerJ JflkA. iPrcs, f 4 Thc'rcouf strllJS IhJS'Brltaln Is bad, tnd .so aro. tlia.sjr.ugglog of tho sufria- Bls(s;"m'HtHTJlT5t',tfr(r sadness of, Pruwlx wfth sprlhgtfmo conUng snl '10,000 tailors refusing to work! New York World. j i ' i A .AlclllK'C. "A CttllfornNu JanJhffs cornered the potato marine!!, whlcli s6oms to be an. othor good argument In favor of rigid f exclusion. uievaianci Plain uoaior, Women nnd Party Lines. "Women hao never learned to ro spect party linos," says n woman op ponent or equal suffrngo. Guess that's right; thoy do listen over the party linos Toledo Bkvdo. Milken Telephone Moro Audible, A simple way of making telephone conversation more audible has been Invoiced by Herr Peterson, a bank mnutigor of Nykjoljlng, Denmark. On tho iprinolplc that wound Is more read ily transmitted througti rurltied air ho has constructed an, apparatus to warm the transmitter, .whereby the air In it bucomes J-hlnnor Airwl itlio sound Is In tenflfieil. 'Professor iHauiioor of Uiu Punish govorjunont telsphono testiog Ktutltfrr, iwho has mado oxtenslvo ex perlmcmta with Petorsen's apparatus, sdvs lrit)ilH'.ropontjWiat the increase t sound, obtained is remarkable. Tele- phono conversations between Copen natron 'and Nykjobing, a mistuuco of .,.mn If. .ll.iu l.lil .n ,t,.,..l. .tl lovvoti Mmo distunes, away fr.itn tho Instrument. The Inventor has applied tor patents in dlffrrint countries. j Jjew York wun E Continued from Pugo Oik-. compelled (o cUmo beoiuse of tho miners' stHljjb 'Hierc Is no fuel for beating purposes and the suffering Is Aery groat. Manv siorcw h.aM heen omi.eliul mdlpso hrauso their storks Wt'O fcx.f)ap?nd ihcio'nvas noVajII PniUS MIRRftlt, IMESDAY, 1 property and n"Ue prosperous1 Its, jpsterday tit'fVt 'Col.' J(.. s. veil's, farces' It Indies tek.th.nt he iiill rutatnr 1i)m( - , ., vx . "oi i ur citiuu out iiforWAft.. The ulresWeJiuJlS it(J R-iXXi- will boom tho Toddv Hear inaiko't'. ' i ..-mi. i il. m .... tl rl II . Tl in!cnW((fgN'' n 6ilwi,yp6terrf' iSlcin Mcliipils .IU.Iks UHcil. Ij0U1oii. M""-h t.rUMnmv.ojiJ cvl euce, to tin- deteriiilnqUon of the British goveinimnt to use tnb stern 'tfct "represXlon m thods Itt-'UdnlThB with' :tlie mlllt.nht Kiiilragette. was- shown. 1 Iibii Mrnml .Mrs rgthljjcjnwroniq. 'editors ,p( Votes for Women, were, arraigned In is.w strut, court, chanc Ud with',lC"HKlrn(.v 'tbdtty.'Ilnth wtro ivmandeel wlthutii iMll fjlr U hearing on March II. vnffu iMf. and -Mrs. Pathlak are point editors of the orgfln Of the BUllra gettes Votes for Womqn. Mllcholl Stiiml ll'h'in. Washington, Marah 0-Decllnlng to accept what Justice. Wrtght Intimated might be immunity rrom further pro- cuedlugs lu the renewed Buck Stove & Utilise comimny contempt caso, If le aiiologl.ed for. past notions, Mco President John Mltcholl, of the Fed Miutlon of Iabor, towiy sliol pnt on Ills tostlmnny. 1 ' "I would feel mor6' fcotifchtnient It oonvlcted, conscious bftm 'TocUtmle If mv rnurxit tinn llin ,trill'Il'filln(Vss'o' my evldwnco, than l(j i(ciuitod 'on.nt Either grounds than tVrdcjsus tlu-y havo been presented nnd 'tno law as :t has, boon cnuncliteil .by Iho higher illiunul," he, said. In t latter to Jus lea Wright. ! Tho t three labor leadorsftomporB, Mltalidll and Morrieono-huva mtlce virtually Urn same answer to Justice 'right's Imitation, final hearing of their cases will begin next week. Cot. Baldwin Opposed. t Now Haven, Conn., March C That 1c Is bitterly opiood to the Undci wood plan of a federal, Incomu tax as ut Internal lovenue mbnsuro, was tho elatcmont today of fjlpieon K. Bald (vln, Democratic governor of Connectl Otil. He believed in taxing Inamnes but the states shotila do It for their .own oxpensos. "The proposed Mil," lis said, "seems t me to oxtehd tho .limits of fedoral Interference with measures of state . flr.flncnfl. Wn In rittnju.Mnti ffl.in.l.,! ljut flpanclal system on taxation of incomos nnd prolwbly ' will ovontually t,o back to It. Other states rely on Income taxation to snimort their In. Ptstltutlons. li. .rnl, ,.,... ... ,.. .., . .. . . ... iiiiiivk (H me luuenii govern Kinont should never bo exorcised so as i,o orlpple the staju BoyernniontH." - - k riles Curw) In o to, M Days. TT Your rirno-irlof win rar,A ...nnn.. i PAZO OINTMP3NT falls to cure any MCcaso of Itching, Blind; Bleeding or i; "vnniinir Piles in a to 14 1nvn H0n 0BlH ,lI,0Ut t,u) ilP0! tu-thu.satrtf 'SHI ' ' Dlliglblo Hm-iI iik .Se-out. 4 -jTipitu, .-warcn p,-nor tno first 4hno In history n brg dlljgible balloon VflS used toduv for scoUtlnc niirnionoH Tripoli, March J5, (Kor tho Iby the Itallaik-annE. Ijlfo srwit craft Jlofileldi far out over Vf" desert and 1110 aviators woro ablelto iri-t n. tmmi VleAV of 4ho Arabs' rpofnn. When tho dirigible k.ft e-amp thp wumliips in tho harbor fired a a)utij, ' Afte.rvard. a sccondf dlrlglblo wis Hont Into tho air, and ImVltwo, work- lig lu unison, sallpil flvur tho ntimm 's knmu at Zunziir, iltopplng bombs en- rjnito. It is ixdlfivwl that many w m Otlllwl untl InJiirod liy t)iv erfidoalv ti i. f-ifs k i tii N h ,-, .v..,.K.,.k i ' V '. I'Ki.v.r.wwma tabloids, v. ' 1 . 1 ' -e ' ?..( i i -. i J J i V i ' '! . k 1H4 kiipleat llMuyuipys fpntyl ,11 cijiicr. toller ion it. rtuvf In j.tHStt .rulnnr'iot, Pompoll. Iliet'o wuU'WUlt'stomo water 1 tho vessel njlrejjts say It Til ihciia .there evtitf s:ue iUle orup- U'-H 2.lp.iRUrs ivbo., ,, , Lps., Aiyles, Cfiur. .Ttimes McDan- tin, Hirmrr ntiinuniii "'.i onicitt', nns 'iitercl the limgcvlts inee with John 3 itto!kretler WiftUrin t to'Mvo to ?! lOOjoesiH old -by. feaklmr nlttogycerln is n hert aiidAit.t . .-w J.,rk AJWi.rhiw ik yQB tbo prle for uhkh fcoplctj wpmcu con fested r u Imtho, p(iiv jt Sherry's. Ji'.vn Stanlev CijuTijil vas the winner Berlin Km 1 lloifoi's was bunged wlun n gnldo rope from the airship PiiMeval wrapped about his neck nnd c in bd him over 400 feet lu the air. Wuukegnn, Ills. A ewrufaeh on the luek of his hand, received "While driv ing a ihearse at funeral, cnusod tho !ritih of it. ill. Hoffrnn from blood piilxonlntf here today. lilcaco AVhen Mra. 'Anne fJchoo niaker, ohargel with frimd (through spirit soanccs, faliwl to mako tho ti.ilr Its answer In court for the bcnoflt of the Jude. silo-was flneel $25 1 PhllailuliihlB Yoimg 11 ml pretty ivonien as street ? ohntluotors, it Is Juld, Willi hp. the k-itflrtt wrinkle to ho (tUtriidliTOd hy the PhlludeJphla'Trac tlon ooinrpntiy. 1 1 PKUburg WJjon lfi-ear-oltl Jonn tto Xlehols' mother soolded hr for allifwlng Oliavlos' k. Dj-akfr to como lo see her every eveili)g In tl wc-ok, the gb;l coprosal they jw ere married Ittirt Juno, '"- ' - 1 Now Y6rk Professor MnCgnli' or Co lumbia lias starttsl a ''cost of Uvng oiitss' mining the tujianti to dotpr iilne wljy food prodpeo cost so much, evv YorkLfeutenant of Police WIHlnm (J. Eugan, in the department llftoen years liu gbno Into bankiup ley. He owes $69,000. New Yoik Henry Clews nnd other noted bankers have orjmnlstod a movo niunt to save from" the wreckors the historical nsny offlc nt 21 Phil) strost which in 1821 housed the Bank of the United States. Uoo-otelt Hcplli-fi i, Stlinvon. ailnenlu, L. T. Mureh C Ileplylng lo Secretary o War Stlmson's stnto ment In his speech a tOhlongp lnsl iflffht tliat thoiM wh him "forced him Into thA the arena nRnlnst Mr. llaft are Joopardlalnir Instoad of holp. Iuk thn'rH'ciliis rtf prosres rh Hie millon," Colonel Bosevolt today said- "Hie; stftlwilent In phrrect ohly In Uie liens.- tlmt It would ho corre'et lo make the same stntemont ns lo m advocary of Mr AMmson for govon Jlor In' 1010. m that contest, ns In this, I wns poepdliily reluctant to ho drawn Int., the contest. ' In that wmlest, asn this, 1, acted only from H wiise (if dulv to Ue j.oryilp ns n Whole.'flnd In that contest J vyos as. sailrMl with preelv the name nrgii. inents hy the frreot majority, of thosp who are now nsi-nlllng mo. "If I hud coimidi red only mv own persnn.il Inton stH nnd nursonal pre ferrnrtR, I muM ,-t eourtjo, have kr( out of the j'li 0 i impnign." frvlie pnlnnel thn Ktlleil hlmosll eoinfortasjly in a chair nml rend until hl neiiie wos drawn from thovho) for Jury duty service. At the labor ox(bnn.fe8 )n 0rmnnv " O7S.00O mnn nml f.men cpcratlves offerMl their services ff.r ,ii0 n MOO InxnlovcrS Wade ? 'osnnif .innUcn. MARCH: 6, 1912. j "watts MOJSQAM v tloiis for (Dii!i))i"i j RODSEVEtrS' CANDIDACY Likely to Split the Republi can Party into Two Factions. (United Press Leased Wire) (Special to Tho Mirror) AVashlnclon. March C Tho Bhadow' of Theodora Iloosavelt now hang Hue a hluck cloud over the piesont occu pant of tho Whlto House. It pnrtondH the prolmblo defeat of Tnft In thd Clilengo fonvontlon. Politicians havo never discounted the Btrong personal ftflowing that BoOsevelt dovelopod hi tho country nt 1 . elictlon 111 president. Conso- quently In tho Tnft camp there W 11 filling of approhon'slou ovor tho plnns .i Boost veil and the Itnoievelt fol lowing. Mr. Tnft Is out for tho prosl (hncy and wants again to come to tho White House. Ho realizes that Booso clt's announced candidacy for tbo piesldonoy piobnbly will end In defeat foi tho Bepubllcnns nnd for himself, foi ns mnttors now stand It Is a slim 1 bunco Hint tbo Ilopubllcans have of w Inning lu the presidential election next November anyway. The presi dent and his following now bollovo lioosevelt's candidacy Is likely to split the Bepub'lcan party Into two fac tum. Democratic leaders point with scorn to tho administration of President Tnft, - ailing attention to the various Investigations of congressional com mittees, which thoy claim havo un K.rthed great scnndnls. Then, too, the record of 'tho Domocrats In con gress Is pointed to with pilde. a re tid, thoy state, that voters all over the country wl)l havo to npprovo. They do not expect material hnlp from Wall street, but count on tbo great popplor vote of tho country to bring them Into power nnd place In the Whlto House tho man of tholr choice. Just exactly whut part Booscvolt will have In tho generally mixed up political condition nmong the Itopub llcnna Is hard to foretell. The thing tbnt makes tho itoosovolt supporters n power that will havo to bo reckoned with seriously In tbo next Bopubllcnn convention Is tbo presidential prefer ence law. This will he tried In six sUites, Oregon, Nebraska, North Dn krtii,, Wisconsin, and Now Jorsey, California. Any notion that Booscvolt sentiment lias died out anivne Bopubllcnn voters !, orronpous. Politicians hero realize this nrul when the piesldentlal prlmi arjes nro nuid In thoso stnten tlm man -whp,to llkifly to loom up strongest ,of all Is not Taft, nut Booscvolt. . If ithls nrovfH In 111. llm n., II.. . . . - . ,,,, ...v .IIPV .III" . convonllon may find It extremely dlf- I Orilf lrt..AftiHnH .... u . . ' Orill lrt..AftiHnH .... . . ........ v, ,c-,i,iwItu iiiiwtyiuiicrrort to, me. unerfoyinem. nnnresses ma os !lt"tTli' roloncl at the head of tho.'Mj, dnrllng sm.''nn";innptlier ns"'fi(y (i.iituu ui course tno ract Hint othor states In tho union havo not adopted thp primary pluh of electing n. pi-esl- dont will formilip mnjorlty opinion. or " " '" n mi' ncpuuncnn voters or the- cntlro west should, It Is be loved, reiiumd to nn enthusiastic call for Iloosovolt ror president, ns well as-n numbdr or southern states, (It might bo a sorlnus problem to nom ilnnte nnyono,aljq Jut tjq ,Bough Bld jor. f , -Nebraska-Is one-of tho ntntcd where Interest by politicians all ovor tho country. Presldont Tart's rrlonds havo assured him that ho w.fl get tho vote or the, stnto. On tho other hand, tho candidacy of Senator La Kolletto will o strongly urged there. At the same "'" " ,s wo Known hero that Boose vt!t soutlrnunt In powerful In Neb raska and this sentiment Is expected to show itself. At nil ovonts Instructed delegates will so split up In'tho delegations of tlioso states that thpy will, not bq njilo tn'uresent a solid 'vote for any feInn.n,."! i;nr"c,ul-nr' , Wither their Xotc .will 'lie' ffrtr'noorfcvolt, Tnft, 6r if. i-ollotto remains to he Secn. i-T,h0 nrla,,s I'bnses of tho complex political situation emplmslzeo tho fact ,tl)at Demot-mtlo succeas n tho next pitctlon seems to bo assured. Turt CI 1 a tnB-Mlldato. extremely PvPuInr wiy, wall streeLnndlVvitltfio Pflior big 'Untcrfets'lmstnoMho'con flflonco of the people. On the Demo- Clnr? wn "nrmn- ; Underwood. Unrk, Wilson, nro tho men from whom h candldnto will bo chosen. Now Incoriioi-iiiioiia. Columbus, O., March C Tho J. W t ",r..00nl,,nnJ' Cloveland, $15,000; J. V, Wngnor and othors. Tho Tom L. Johnson club, Clove land, ndvnncing tho cnus0 of Democ racy, VlIlam awlon and others, h' Carlton AthlcJIo club, Cincin nati; Klschor Bnchrach nnd others. Tho Munroo Athlotlc club, Clneln nntl, C. H. Johnson and othors Who Central States Cool company lolodo. J10.000; Honor T. Walbot and othors, Tho flhirloy-Sholdon 'Dredging Subninrlno Contracting company, To. oOt!ra,,C,000! "VOr "' 3"lrloy nni1 Tho Buokqyo Parlor Purnlturo com puny, Toledo, nnmo changed to the Bucikoyo Fiirri!tiiio compnnyT ntna -weunoaru Dovotppmont com. pttiiy. Cloveland, JIO.OOOj v, b. Poltch rthd others, 1 JTho Amorlcan Caen 3.0110 coin VOJiy. Cleveland,. IIQOO; W. . I-'ny mm uuiillB, Orders Halo or Itcnl Itato, n tho imrtltlOll suit of TSmmn L,. Wolrlok against John Bo'blnson nnd othors, tho court found It ncocssnr.v to sell real cstato desorlbpd in tho liotltlon for tho purpose of liaylng tho logacloa In tho will of Mnry J. Honner, Boforo tho caso w'ns hotrd In the common nleas court, J. A. Sutton as executor of tho will of Mnry J Bonner, filed a reply to the answer or flora Ma'vver and othors. Aua-h SUii'VliK S'ioS'W-S?: "tV'n'.ri;...-,; -- wiwnrdotcdllesl, ;t i fi GIF! .ILL CO. Y. M. C. A. Receives Fifteen New Telegraph Instruments. A Class in Telegraph Will ; he Arranged; hy the 1 Association The local Y. M. C. A has receive .nn.i rr,,ti..iiiiia I'lft fruiYi the Western1 Silon Telegraph company, of flfteefj w telegraph instruments, an ,m. tnu bfst condition. S NQulto recently through Charles 'Mn An, locil manager or tho Western union Tolegrnph station, tl'd Y. W q, A. ofllcluls nsked for some second hand Instruments from the company I'n order that telegraphy might Ita (ought In addition to luo other branch e of learning available nt tho Y. M C A. school. ' AVIion tho Instruments nrrlvcd, the Ofcsoclatlon was more than delighted to learn that the Instruments nro new and nio thoroughly equipped. A eluss In telegraphy, which will bo In charge of nn experienced operator, will be Immediately organized nnd any young man desirous of Icnrnlng tbis profession Is requostod to npply X the Y. M. C. A. otneo fonlnformn tint), , IjThe equipment. Is equal to that of rfliy of thu hfrgor city7 association lltthy AIM in itortteiilAr toMr'Miisf)ii, who so kindly securra tho Instru motits. BESTED WHILE IN JAIL. Chicago, March c The federal fi1hil liifi' Iriilnv ltalntinfl In n ilruerlti- Jtlth of tho 'mj'storlous rites jiractlCtid hy Dr. Ottoman 7.ar Adusht Hanlsh nnd his followers ln their siln Wor shipping Mnzdnznan cult." Three-children, tomplo Inmate.-, wero taken be fore tho Inmilsltors. Extracts from 1k ok of Hanlsh entitled' "Inner stu dies," which tbo govornmont declares no Improper, wore rend to tbo Jury. Hanlsh, who Is nt liberty under $10. 000 ball today declared that all his doubles havo resulted from "too much dovotlon by tho fcmlnlno portion of his ft llowing." Hanlsh Insisted that his philosophy was highly moral. "The zcn,l of the, vvomen dovotecs of ourl.rcUplon',',' jl'lunlMimld! 'fhas ac tually become so' great' as"tr(Jba. an .uhrfttHsmcnt. ildnlinvo a natural constnnt cninmWn H .. '..) jDlvIno xlUlil. ' Asr a matter V Shls.pojlji qn 'tno but iVnniJfoL) MiJiventyxTgui' hours. imJull wn lv 7qrraMltpJrno.' H i INJUBED MAN STILU- LlVINqr'v Iosj Cuapolf -who' vy,.Tsiso .ecjfrimW Ihjureil In the explosion of nn ncetylcne gus ,tapk( In.,, tho rear of his Moro nt Waldof Tuesday, Is still ;,'v:1J?f?'1i,uh0,,,H!1 Jtun-prlng, frf9U ."'JV uTely ' fntcturcd nliiill. Mr. Cnstoel itnderw'clit'tlicoperalloir n: thQ Protestant, hospital In Qoi)u-! bus successfully, conrng out "from tho nnnsthotlc very well, although he has not yet regained consciousness. Tho attending physicians say that It ho lives through tonight, thoro Is hope for his ultlmnto recovery. A BIO ESTATE. New Yoik, March 0. An cstato of Jl.600,000 now held by an Incompetent, Hugh Hamilton Stafford Northcoto, Is tho stnko for which attorneys rep resenting Hamilton rlsh nnd Stuyves- Bafetvj dcnos,lt Yfult. Attotmrofs fvp, thp. Eng-f llsh nobleman today implied to Jus- tlco Oavegan to appo'nt a receiver for the Northcoto properties in this coun try. They stilted that tho Brltlsh cpurJs recently, named t Bernard H IJoJIo ui committee pr Nortlicoto's ior son and Piopcrty .who thoy declare In competent. Tho court wns asked to hlUno Hollo h3 'receiver fqr the estntu In this country. Henry W. Taft, r'oprcs'ontlng tho Pishs, opposed the application, Ho argued that nono or tho American property was needed for Northcoto's cnlntonnnco and hold that It should ln left In this country. Should North coto lie Intestate, Taft said, tho mon ey nhd property would revert to the American heirs. If a receiver was to be appointed, ho argued, It should bo Hamilton Fish. Jusfco Oavegan re served decision. Prom The Buckeye State Building and Loan Comnanv hecause (3) in addition to; getting it cheaper and he ing permitted to repay it in yrhole or in part at any time your mortgage papers and'" ahatract stay in our vaults and are not sent to New York Philadelphia or else where, which oftentimes causes much trouble. Will loan to one-half actual value. Assets $5,300,000. Five "ner cant, nnfri n ! doPHJS, Eankln Building, S.WS VOolum.: ENEROUS FROMW cm Jtttlvjusy' J,;ilshJft, qnsViniiJiWtlint Is M10 'I f 4 V"J . "'H 4a iiininktvu IVIWIF- Inc fn constnnt coinfii(nIe)i'riHn Kvltli nm isn. or nils city and Lod Iddle-J sleigh nro lighting In 'court." Of this, fortqnato. T,0puOpo (cqnsjsts ,pfflrealtyj nouungs' and bonds n a local JBlIrT i V'HV . Mit, ,Jj X A j ' k J ?