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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1010
THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
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Many Improvements Dropped
DECIDED VICTORY FOR BURTOfi
Conforonco Committee Act on Pro
test of Ohio Senator and Usee
Pruning Knife on Iteme Which It
Wat Believed Might Load to Presi
dent's Veto of MeasureCleveland
Losos Out Along With Other Cities,
Bailey to Register Kick. '
Washington, June 1. An agreo
tnent on the river and harbor 1)111
has been lenchod by the conforonco
committee of the senate and house.
Most of the propositions that wero ob
jected to by Senator Burton of Ohio
on Uio ground that they had never
been recommended by engineers
were dropped from the bill. The&o
are the Items that arousod President
Taft's suspicions of tho bill and that
led to reports that the prosldent
might veto the measure. There ore,
however, some .good-sized pieces of
pork still In tho bill. Ono of two
other propositions that originated In
the house which had nover been rec
ommended by engineers also remains
In tho bill, and there Is considerable
speculation as to the president's atti
tude toward tho measure.
Opposition In Senate.
It Is certain that tho confersnee re
port will meet with a good deal of
opposition in tho senate, and possibly
in the house. Senator Bailey of Tex
as Is said to be especially displeased
because an amendment put Into
the bill in the senate authorizing the
Beaumont-Neches canal In Toxas was
dropped by the conferees. Senator
Burton also is far from satisfied with
tho report, and threatens trouble. It
appears now that a proposition for
the improvement of the harbor of
Cleveland, Senator Burton's home
city, is dropped by the confereneo re
port The following projects put Into the
bill In the sonate were eliminated
entirely by the conferees: Beaumont
Neches canal, Texas, $200,000; Green
river dam, Kentucky, $250,000; Arca
dia harbor, Michigan, $20,000; im
proving Missouri river at Iake Con
The totnl carried by the bill as re
ported is $51,947,718.
DEFENSE OPENS IN
SUGAR FRAUD GASES
Blame Is Shifted to Shoulders
ot Dead Men,
Now York, 'Juno 1. It was a caso
of putting It up to somebody else
when the defouse began In tho sugar
fraud trial before Judge Martin In
tho Unitod States circuit court, Tho
defense of both Bcndernagel, the
cashier of the Williamsburg refinery,
and Gcrbracht, Its superintendent, is
that Spltzer, tho dock superinten
dent, had a department all to himself
and that they had nothing to do with
weighing, Bondernagel hardly know
ing one weight from another.
In his opening for Gorbracht,
George MacKellar, hiB counsel, In ad
dition to laying whatever blame there
was on Spltzer, mentioned tho names
of J O. Bonner and F. B. Mntthies
scn, former dliectors of the trust, and
both dead. He said that Instead of
Gorbrncht's having chargo of tho re
finery while theae men wero alive, ho
was In reality only a sugar boiler,
seeing that tho fires -wero kept under
the pots, and thai tho man really in
chargo of what was going on lit a full
managerial sense was first Mr. Bon
ner and then Mr. Matthlessen, whose
offices were at the refinery. Mr. Mat
thlessen died in 190C. After that
Gorbracht had hla powers slightly
extended, but ho never did cover
Spltzer, so Mr. MacKellar said.
' There are over 700 labor exchanges
in Germany, and about 100,000 posi
tions are filled every month.
It has liee ii found that tbo wild grass
loccurrlng ou sandy stretches in Ger
ixnany Is capable of furnishing nn ex
cellent grade of paper.
Every town of 20,000 Inhabitants In
Germany may have and smaller towns
iinust have n so called industrial court
Ifor trying cases between employers
and employees for wrongful dismiss
als, nonpayment of wnges, etc.
The Sensitive Shaw.
Bernard Shaw says be Is coming to
America to be Insulted. Now every
body keep still and don't accommodate
him. Boston Herald.
Fenra on tho part of G. Bernard
Shaw that lie would be insulted if ho
camp (o thin couutry lndlcato a rather
exaggerated Idea ou his part of his
prominence H a dirojand desperate
person. Washington Sar. ..
Roosevelt Raps Hard At Egyptian
Speech In Guild Hall, In Response To Address Making Him
Honorary Freeman Of City Of London, Declared To
. Be Without Precedent And Is Referred To By Press
As "Rcoseveii's Powder Play" Conservatives
London, Juno 1. Speaking In
Guild hall, in response to tho speech
making him an honorary freeman of
tho city, Colonel Roosevelt as
sailed England's administration in
Egypt and virtually declared that
England should rule with a Btionger
hand or got out of that country and
leave its government to a more fear
"If you feel that you ought not to
bo In Egypt, and have no desire to
keep order thoro, by all means get
out. If you feel that It la your duty
to .civilization to stay, thon show
yourselves ready to meet the respon
sibility of your position."
This was tho colonel's closing ar
raignment of the British govern
ment's policy In Egypt. Its very bold
uess startled the distinguished audi
ence anJ, coming as It did in re
sponse to an honor that London rare
ly confers on a foreigner, tho propri
ety of Hoosevelt's utterances was
freely questioned. The speech will
undoubtedly stir , up the biggest sort
of row, Inasmuch as it amounts to a
denunciation of the existing rovern
ment, which Is responsible for Sir
Eldon Gorst' administration of
Egyptian affairs. The colonel's views
coincide with tho government opposi
tion, but It Is probable that even tho
oppobitlon will object to such caustic
criticism coming from an outsider.
Real Enthusiasm Lacking.
Although Roosevelt was frequently
applauded during his speech, there
was no real enthusiasm In his recep
tion, tho audience evidently being
more or less perplexed, by the unex
Columbus, 0., June 1. Two pris
oners escaped from the Ohio peniten
tiary by scaling tho front building
with the aid of a two-inch piece ,of
belting. They are Albert Frazor, 24,
sont up" from Lucas county to serve
15. years onachargjB oX burglary, and
Mansfield, O., June 1. Fred Faw
cett, the negro desperado who, it is
charged, shot down Special Officer
Hunt hero last Thursday, was cap
tured In Columbus and brought back
to Mansfield. Fawcett was given a
speedy hearing before Mayor Brown,
being charged with ohootlng with In
tent to kill. He was held for grand
Jury under ?5,000 bond. Fawcett was
hurried to the county jail, as there
had been threats of lynching. Tho
negro had been shot twice by Ofllcor
Gray while escaping after shooting
A Woman's Great Idea
is how to mako herself attractive. But,
without health, it is hard for bor to
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weak, sickly woman will bo nervous
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skin eruptions and a wretched complex
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pected situation that the speech de
veloped. Roosevelt never spoke With
more telling emphasis, and he fur
nished London with n striking exam
ple of his peculiar stylo of oratory.
The speoch created such a sensa
tion that several of tho evening pa
pers broke from the usual custom of
waiting a day before making com
ment. Tho Star, which la friendly to tho
Egyptian government, declared that
Roosevelt "hnpi overt the occasion by
shooting the Biitlsh lion In Its den."
It says that a lecture of this kind,
coming from nn honored guest, is
without precedent in the history ot
London. Th Star's headlines refer
to "Roosevelt's powder play."
WINS BROOKLYN HANDICAP
Fltzherbert Demonstrates Speed Be
fore 12,000 Race Admirers.
New York, June I. Fltzherbert,
the beBt racehorse in America, won
tho historic Brooklyn handicap, ono
mile nnd a quarter, at Gravesend.
Running In the colors ot Mr. Hll
'dreth and carrying 130 pounds, tho
four-year-old son of Ethelbert-Mor-g&natlc'
made all the pace, boating
the barrier by. a length, and gallop
ing the ctber starters into submis
sion with such enao that more than
11,000 spectators were convinced of
Ms" greatness. The time was 2:05 2-5.
Why do musicians havo such shocks
Of hair to tempt the breeze?
That we may Know them by their locks
As wol), as by their keys.
New Vork Times.
larceny, and Bert 'Smith, 20, 'serving
a life sentence for a murder commit
ted in Cuyahoga county. Tho former
had been in prison a littlo over a
year and Smith a littlo more than
two years. Bloodhounds at Lancas
ter have been sent for.
Columbus, O., Juno 1. "Wo are
planting a largo number of mature
fish in the Inland lakes and streams,"
said State Fish and Game Warden
John C. Speaks. "That la all addi
tional to the usual planting of young
flsh hatched in the state hatching
plantB. Those we will distribute
through the state In August. Tho
fish we are planting now are mature
bass which we get in Lake Erie.
There is no doubt that they will do
welt In the Inland waters. And thoy
will Bpawn this season yet."
Ohio Postmaster Named.
Washington, June 1. The presi
dent nominated the following Ohio
postmasters: Mansfield, O. C. L. Ben
edict; Dennison, D. C. Mahon.
Took Her Advice.
Said be: "I've got 'em in a swing'.
I'll run along for mayor."
His wife. "Don't run for anything
In this arm weather, dear."
And when ho struck tho office clover
lie compromised on a walkover.
Fatted Calf Still Allvo.
"Father." said the prodigal, "I havo
"Why didn't yon come back beforo
tbo census was took and help swell tho
totnl fer our, town? A boy with as lit
tlo civic prldo ns you display had bet
ter keep on eteppln'."- Jj?bS 3
Going Out Of Style So Don't
Lose Your Temper
Kissing Is going out of stylo.
Don't lose your head or your tem
per If (ho next time you hid your
sweetheart n fond farewell and care
fully nnd gently attempt to Imprint
a loving smack on tho ruby lips, In
stead of yielding with apparent reluct
nncu she proudly displays a glaring
button with tho words "Kiss not" em
It merely means that she has be
toino a member of tho World's Health
Organization nnd has signed the fol
"In order to encourage good health
nnd lesson tho spread of consumption,
I deslro to Join tho World's Health Or
ganization nnd hereby pledgo myself
to dlscourngo the custom of kissing on
tho lips whenever It is in my power."
"Why not stop kissing?" is tho ques
tion asked in a circular Issued by this
latest of health fad organizations. "It
Is n time-honored custom, and ono per
son cannot stop it. It is only in unity
that sufficient strength can be gained
to convince the civilized world that
kissing Is pernicious nnd unhealthful."
Tho rumor that a campaign was to
bo Instituted in tho public schools of
Chicago to enroll pupils and teachers
In the new organization was met with
a denial by Supt. Ella Flagg Young,
fcays tho Chicago Inter-Ocean.
I think more harm Is done by dl
iecting children's attention to dlscaso
thnn can be offset by tho new Ideas
adanced by kissing," sho said laEt
night "As to the merits of tho scheme
to stop the practice of kissing, I can
not say I am not a doctor. Anyway,
I havo heard nothing whatever about
the plan to introduce the pledges in
Mrs. Rechtin, 1723 East McMillan
street, Cincinnati, is the president of
the antl-klssing organization.
mark the wonderful progress of the
age. Air flights on heavy machines,
telegrams without wires, terrible wnr
Inventions to kill men, and that won
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croup bronchitis, hemorrhages, hay
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trouble. For all bronchial affections
it has no equal. It relieves instantly.
Its tho surest cure. James M. Black
of Ashville, N. C, R. R. No. 4, writes
it cured him of an obstinate cough af
ter nil other remedies failed. 50c and
$1,00. A trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by G. R. Baker & Co. and F. Fink of
Columbun, 6., June 1. Tho motion
to remand the Hocking Valley receiv
ership case back to tho common
pleas court was overruled in federal
court by Judge Sater, and tho caso
will now be heard on Its merits In
the United States court.
A Dreadful Wound
from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail,
fireworks, or of any other nature, de
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poison or gangrene. It's the quickest,
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also for burns, bolls, sores, skin erup
tions, eczema, chapped hands, corns
cr piles. 25c nt G. R. Baker & Co. and
F. Fink, Frcdericktown.
PRINCE HENRY TROPHY TOUR
Berlin, Juno 1 Tho automobiles
which are to contest for tho Prince
Henry Trophy assembled in Berlin to
day In readiness to begin tho tour to
morrow. Tho ilrst day's run will bo to
Brunswick and will Include a speed
contest. On Friday the cars will go on
to Cassel, and thence to Rothenburg
on Saturday, where there jWlll be a
day's rest. On Monday tho contest
ants will proceed from Rothenburg to
Strassburg, on Tuesday from Strauss
burg o Coblentz, and on Wednesday
thoy will finish at Hamburg, whon tho
second speed contest will be held be
tweon Llmburg and Wellburg, on tho
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proved a blessing to nil our family."
writes Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y
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THE DOWNFALL OF FATHER
The Uplift Movement For the "Old
Man" Is Having a Hard Time
The wholo trouble was that It was
too good to last. From the very mo
ment that tho movement for tho up
llfo of father started It was certain
lhat tho pendulum would swing back
ward nnd very porbably hit him In
tho eye. The mother movement was
based on a firm foundation and will
always go on, but as soon as tho ex
ploiting of father started his completo
downfall was assured.
Father has always boon tho "goat."
It was always father who held the
family from tho achievement of Its
social ambitions. It was father who
made blunders that put tho family to
shame. Father never would take to
tho now-fashioned ideas. He was
against tho domination by the young
er generation, against suffrage,
against women's clubs, against the
teaching of French to tho children; In
a word, a natural reactionary. It
was hut natural, therefore, that father
should become generally known as a
back number, useful only in bringing
homo money nnd writing checks.
Then started tho father craze. It
began with paragraphs in the news
papers. "Why not. give the fathers a
boost?" and later on it graduated in
the song, "What's tho Matter With
Father?" the answer being, "He's All
Right!" From all Bides father was
receiving what he considered his well
earned praise. Ho was being lauded
to tho exclusion of mother, sister, ba
by bi other and the cook.
It was too good to last. It simply
turned father's head. One of the spe
cies, W. D. Boyce, a millionaire pub
lisher of Chicao, became so ecstatic
that he announced that he was going
to marry a beautiful young girl.' Le
gally he had a right to do so, as he
was a widower. But the younger gen
oration was growing tired of this fath
er business. Mr. Boyce's son heard
about tho proposed marriago of father
and determined to put a atop to it
He went homo and trounced father.
Ho was fined SG in a Magistrate's
Father married just the same, but
tho moral to others should be plain.
Father is not to have everything his
own way without a struggle from tho
younger generation. Father Is riding
for a fall.
GOLD BRICK GAME
Philadelphia, Juno 1. George W.
Post and E. A Starkloff, said to be
two of tho most notorious confidence
men In Uio country, were given a pre
liminary hearing today beforo United
States Commissioner Craig on charges
of using tho malls to defraud. From
tho mass ot evlcnco which the post
effico Inspectors aro said to havo gath
ed against tho pair tho "greengoods"
game and the' gold brick swindle have
not by any means outlived their use
fulness do a gt-rlch-qulck medium.
According' to tile government offi
cers who testified at tho hearing, Post
and Starkloff reaped a harvest of over
$100,000 In less than a year by selling
mythical gold mines to' their victims
nftor showing them bricks of the
'precious metal," which turned out
later to bo worthless junk. The pair
are alleged to have been associated
with "Red" Adams, tho notorious
"greengoods" swindler who was re
cently sent to Sing Sing prison from
Brooklyn, whero he had resided with
his family for several years and had
been among his neighbors as a res'
pectablo and prosperous business man.
Tho Danvlllo base ball team defeat
ed the Howard team by a score of 7
to G on Wednesday morning at D.in
ville. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fish of North
Mulberry street spent Monday and
Tuesday In Waterford, tho guests of
Mr, Fish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
FARMERS Don't forget that wo
give thirty-seven pounds of Tho Pride
of tho Valley Flour and ten pounds of
bran for ovoryi sixty pounds of good
wheat. Tho Pride of tho Valley Is
the best high grade Hour anywhere.
Co uu and glvo us a trial and be con
vinced. Brown Milling Co., Hownrd,
POPE SEVENTY-FIVE ,YEARS OLD
Rome, Juno 1, Tho Pope will bo
seventy-fivo years old tomorrow, hav
ing been born at Rleso on June 2,
1835. In accordance with tho tradi
tions of the 'church thoro will bo no
publlo celebration of tho day, and tho
Pope will spend tho day quietly, re
ceiving only congratulations of tho
raembors of his household and tho
incmhors of hiB family.
For Infants and Children.
ftB Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of Ujffi-&(M
FOLK TO ANNOUNCE HIS CHOICE
St. Louis, Mo Juno l.The politi
cal situation In Missouri Is nlrendy
vory Interesting, but It promises to bo
mudli more to after tho banquet hero
tomorrow night at which former Gov
ernor Joseph W, Folk is expected to
announco definitely whether ho will bo
n candidate for tho United States sen
ato, or whether ho will reserve his
Ptrongth for tho race for tho Demo
cratic presidential nomination In 1912.
Tho banquet will bo hold un
der tho auspices of the Missou
ri Democratic League, the Folk organ
ization formed nt tho harmony meet
ing at Kansas City last January, and
will bo attended by many Democratic
leaders from various parte of the
Tho close political associates of Mr.
Folk are of the opinion that ho will
make the raco for the senntorshlp.
This opinion Is basel largely on tho be
lief that should Governor Harmon of
Ohio be re-elected this year he Is
bound to take precedence over all oth
er possibilities now mentioned for the
head of tho Democratic national tick
et two years hence.
On tho other hand, the chances of
electing a Democratic senator to suc
ceed Senator Warner, Republican, aro
regarded ns very bright by the Demo
cratic leaders 'in Missouri. Should
former Governor Folk enter the race
the contest for tho senatorshJp will
probably develop into one of the live
liest political fights Missouri has seen
In may years. Ex-Governor David R.
Francis has already announced his
candldncy for tho Democratic nomina
tion to succeed Senator Warner, as
have also James A. Reed, former May
or of Kansas City, and Sterling P.
Bond of St. Louis. On the Republican
side Senator Warner will be opposed
le-election by Governor Hadley and
possibly one or two others. The con
test will be decided by the state pri
maries next November.
TO DEVELOP NORTHERN
Crookston, Minn., Juno 1. In the
neighborhood of six hundred delegates
representing the development assocla-'
tlons in about thirty counties of the
stnte aro assembled here to attend the
session of the Northern Minnesota De
velopment Association, which opens
here tonight with a smoker at the
Crookston Commercial club rooms.
The meeting will extend over three
days, closing Friday with an automo
bile rido of the delegates. Among
the speakers who are scheduled to ad
dress the meetings are Dean A. F
Woods, of ihe state agricultural col
lego; George Welsh, of the immigra
tion department; AV. C. Cooley, of tho
state highway commission; Professor
A. E. Chamberlain, of Brookings, S,
D.; P. E. Dowling of Eveleth; Willie
M. Hays, assistant secretary of agri
culture, at Washington, D. C. and
Bernhardt Byegglld, professor of the
Royal Danish Agricultural college at
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Mr. and Mm. fSIJnn Barf went (o
ColumbnB AVcdnosdny morning to
spend tho day. Mr. Pnrr nttended tho
convention of the Ohio Retail Shoo
Dealers' Association which Is bolug
hold in that city.
William Garfield Koons,. sou of tho
Hon. William M. Koons, of Mt. Ver
non, a young lawyer by profession,
delivered a splendid Memorial day ad
dress at tho annual memorial services
hold by tho Grand Army In BellviUo.
Monday afternoon. Mansfield Nows
Air. Edward L. Parker went to Co
lumbus Wednesday to attend a moot
ing of tho Ohio Retail Shoe Doalora'
pjwoclntion. Mr, Parker Is secretary
and treasurer of tho association.
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