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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1010
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MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
FRANK HARPER, Editor
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"LIFE" YOUNG'S IGNORANCE
Tho following editorial In tho Pitts
burg Post, Decembor 20, concerning
tho lato Hon. Frank Hurd will bo of
much interest to Mt. Vornon poopfo,
Tho editorial Is ootltlod, "Lafo
About tho only merit tho atandpat
Bpeech of tho brief senator from Iowa,
""Lafo" Young, possesses la that It
docs not occupy much space- In that
willing victim of Imposition, tho
"'Congressional nocord." As wo not
d nt tho tlmo of Its dollvory, tha
isubstanco of his cowboy harangue
was to havo tho pcoplo enduro tariff
burdens for tho sako- of "buslnoss."
Ho did not dcllno with any exactness
whether ho meant tho honest busi
ness tho great mass of Americans pur
suo, or that "business" which flour
ishes upon tribute pillaged from the
people through tho processes of tariff
schedules. Ho ospociaily exhibited
his editorial splssltudo by laying
strongest stress upon tho necessity or
preserving tho rates on farm pro
ducts, which yet form tho dominant
nines of expoi Is.
It Is lamcnlablo for a nowspapcr ed
itor, who has travoled oven as far as
tho Philippines, nnd acquired Rome,
though fictitious, famo ns a village
opoutor, to projoct himself abruptly
nnd Immodestly upon a flonnto to ut
They used to day that in Ohio
theru was a man by tho ,namo of (
Frank Hurd I do not know
whether he Is living or dead, but
I prosumo such,in'on'!iovor die-1-
who, when ho had an nudlcnco of
farmers in tho fltato of Ohio,
could take tho tariff schedules
and make thorn no rldlouloua that
tho good agriculturists woro pro
pared, then and thoro, to go from
tho school iousob and tho '.
churches and boll Republican
leaders in oil cut of vory Indigna
tion. Ho was fleeted to Congross
about every other term on that
doctrine. You can not elect a '
free trader twlco in succession
any more than you can dud n man
who ndvocatos a low tat Iff de
fending a low tariff whan that tar
iff Is In operation,
Frank Huid, of Toledo, was one of
tho brainost men Ohio over know. Ills
father, llko himself, wan ono of Its
greatest lawyers and n legal publicist
of noto. Mr. Ilurrt ' wan olqcted to
three Congresses' alternately, but did
thh fact not strengthen rnthor than
weaken hi? tariff &yluufl'lCH?y Three
times his constituents pent him to
'Congross, and "fliiafly only quit be
cause ho died. During -no year of his
service waH a low tariff In operation,
nor nny specimen of whnt a Democrat
ic Houso could pans. It bohooves nu
editor, llho "Lafo" is when at home,
nnd whero lie will soon bo again, to
know all this, or, to koop sllont nt
least In tho senate.
Further, Mr. Hurd wan ono of tho
most eloquent orators his party over
bad. Long heforo "Lafo" Young's su
perior colleague rtr. Cummins, em
braced the lato MoKlnloy creed of rec
iprocity, Hurd ,mn(Jo a npoech In tho
Houso which rung thinugi tho Nation,
and Its phaso, Hint sppnricd llko a
1mglo blast, wns "Out to tho sea."
'Thero was tho opltomo of nil Illalno
Ism, nnd tho Initial oxhortallon that
finally converted McKlnloy. Oughtn't
Jhoro to bo an editor for tho "Con
Rrovlonnl Record," fully equipped
with a box of bluo pouclls, ami al
so with tho more potent function or
signing notes: "Your contribution
Is respectfully declined us not avail
able for our columns?"
CDUCATOR8 TO CON
Llttlo Rock, Ark.. Doc. 27- -A Com
prehonslvo heallh exhibit nnd looturo
by Mr. Morgan Bmlth of LJttlo Itqok,
In which partlculur attention, Js plvon
to tho cantos and ravages of tho hook
worm disease, from ono of the most
striking features pf- tho Arkansas Rtato
Tcnchcr3' convention, which opined
hero today for throe dayti' bob don.
-The -programs of tho various bohnIods
Include many very Interesting address
es by President O. W. Drake, oi tho
'State association, PruBldont John II.
lllnoman, of Henderson College, Prof.
J. II. Reynolds of tho fltato Univer
sity; Dr. A. C. Miller, prosldont of
Hendricks College; Dr. II. 8. Ilanzog,
president of Quachltu Collogo and
other noted authorities on cducut onal
i 9J fyeivs ?
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Devln enter
tained informally Monday evening In
honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Pratt.
Mr. Ernest Sells of Nollio, Ohio.,
and Miss Mlna Ollvo Donnls of Gam
blor woro united in mariiago Saturday
evening, December 24, by tho Rov. A.
O. Williams at his homo.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Shrontz ontor
talncd tho following guests at dinner
at their homo In Martlnsburg on Sun
day afternoon: Mrs. W. P. Harrison
and daughter of Cincinnati, Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Dodd and son, Frederick,
of Dayton; Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Vanco
and daughter, Helen, of Columbus;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Vnnco of Utlca;
Mr. Frank Parrlsh of Canton. Mrs. W.
B. Shrontz and son, Fredorick, and
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Shrontz of Mar
tlnsburg. Three Generation
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Williams en
tertained at dinner at their homo In
Brandon on Sunday afternoon. Among
tho guests present woro threo chil
dren, throe grandchildren and threo
great grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Stanley M. Shuff of Utlca and
Miss Frances A. Chilsman of Bran
don, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waltor
Chrlsman, woro unltod In marrlngo
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock nt
tho Baptist parsonogo by tho Rov. F.
Mr. Clarence Noldon of Utlca and
Miss Ethel Moxley of Morrow county
woro united In raarrlago Saturday ov-
onlng nt C o'clock by tho Rov. F. E.
BrlnlnBtoool, pastor of tho First Bap
tist church at bis homo on East Vino
street. After anuary 1, Mr. and Mrs.
Noldon will bo at homo on tho Woth
roo farm near Frodorlcktown.
Gives a Dance
Tlio Christmas number of tho Bor
tho danco was given at tho K; of P.
armory on Monday ovonlng. About
forty-fivo couples woro prosont to on-
Joy tho evening, among whom woro
u numbor of peoplo from out of tho
city. Music for tho occasion wns fur
nished by tho Parker' Trio of Colum
Word has heon recolvod In tho city
of tho marrlago of Mr. Ceorgo E.
Dunham nnd Miss AlnoHa Dunham,'
hotn or Llttlo RIvor, Kansas,, which
occurred on Tuesday ovonlng, Docom
bor 20. Tho brldo is tho daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jofforson Dunham, for
merly of Knox county. Tho brldu
hns numerous rolntlvos in Mt. Vornon
and has visited bore frequently.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jed S. Montis, North
Clay stiuot, delightfully entertained
with a fumlly dinner on Monday. Cov
ers woro laid for 32. An olegant din
ner wns sorved. In tho nftcrnoon
HprcclKs woro made nnd a most do
llghtful program of music carried out.'
Tho out-of-town guosts woro Mr. and
Mrs. Collin Welshymor of Canton. O.
Hold a Banquet
Tho annual hanquot of tho Bota Phi
fraternity was hold at tho Log Cabin
Cafo on Monday ovonlng. An elabor
ate suppor was aorvod. About thirty
woro prosont during tho ovonlng,
among whom woro tho following:
Messrs. Horshborgor, Ned Mlllor,
John Rirasoll, Shollor and Chase, nil
of Nowark. Mr. Herbert II. Hancock
acted as tonntmustor during tho ovon
Ing, Tho following men respondod to
"Old Tlmos" T. L. Dogntdus.
"Facts nnd Figures Uruco Wool
sou. "Purgatory, Hull, Honvon" JoBoph
"Miscellaneous . Incidentals" Paul
"Hers" Guy Lnudorbuugh,
At Wm. H. Smith's
Tho homo of Mr. Wm. H. Smith,
East Chestnut stroot, was tho scono
of a very moiry Christmas party on
Saturduy, wbon Mr. Smith's chlldron
nnd grandchildren gathorod thoro to
colobrato tho Christmas fo3tlvnl, Im
modlatoly uftor a bounteous dlnnor
had boon served, and tho guosts woro
still at tho table, tho door boll rang,
announcing tho arrival of Santa
Claus. Tho parlor doors wcro thrown
open rovcallng to tho delighted and
surprised children a Christmas trco,
"hearing all manner of fruits" for all
present. Aftor tho distribution of
theso, a special basket was produced,
containing ono or nioro gifts for each
guest, which Santa had selected with
most careful regard to that particular
person's pet aversion, or n burlcsquo
of his favorite tld bit, or tho sugges
tion of somo blunder commlttccd by
him. Theso wcro received amid
shouts of laughter by recipients and
spectators, and was ono of tho most
cnjoynblo features of tho day.
Thoso present woro: tho host
and his daughtor, Miss Esther,
Miss Adclaido Smith of Knoxvlllc,
Tonn., Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Keys,
Mrs. Loulso Koys and children, and
Mr. and Mrs, Ilervoy Smith of Bangs,
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Smith and Miss
Fay Laudorbaugh of Columbus.
At Buckeye City
At high noon Monday, as Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Rico of Buckoyo City, stop
ped into their homo for tho noon-day
meal, thoy woro met nt tho door by
about thirty of their relatives tho
surprlso having. been nranged by their
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hall. To say
that thoy wero completely surprised
would bo putting It very mildly in
deed. The tablo was loaded boneath a
burden of cholco viands and dollca
clcs. Tho entlro company gathered
In tho dining room and did nmplo
Justice to tho Christmas dinner. Tho
afternoon wns spent very pleasantly
and music wns furnished by Misses
Tamzln Hess, Ona Wander and Mr.
E. B. Rice. Tho company departed
lato In tho afternoon wishing each
other many roturns of such an cnjoy
nblo Christmas. Thoso present were
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Rico, Mr. and Mrs,
J. C. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wander
and daughter, Onn, Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
II. Ross, Mr. nnd Mrs. D, S. Work
man, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Scholes and
son, Jay, and daughtor. Anna Bollo,
Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Hess and daugh
ter Tamzln Hess of Mt. Vornon, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Rico, Mr. and Mrs
E. L. Stants and son, Harold, Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. Rlchert and daughter, Bor
nlco. Mr. and Mrs, P. D. Strausbaugh
and son, Lawronco of Wooster, M
Audcry Hess and Mrs. Nancy Gray. I
Prlncoton, N. J., Dec. 27 Tho tenth
annual meeting of tho American phil
osophical Association which opened
hero today with a largo attondenc'o
nnd which is shedulcd to contlnuo un
til Thursday, promises to bo of oxcep
tlonal interest owing to tho action Of
tho oxccutlvo commtttoo in dovlatlng
In its arrangements nnd plans from
tho routtno obsorvod at former meet
ings. Subjects of unusual Interest
havo boon chosen for discussion nnd
the program of tho sessions has been
so arranged as to glvo moro tlmo for
dobato and reading of polomlc essays.
It has uIbo boon nrrangod that tho
business mootlngs aro hold at a time
when thoy .will not, bo. Interfered with
bf other matters.
A young man who had lost his wlfo
married his deceased wlfo's sister
whllo still In mourning, Whllo on his
honeymoon, a ft lend of his, whom ho
had not soon for a long tlmo, mot him
In n restaurant. Tho frlond, after be
ing Introduced to tho brldo, said uym
pathotlcully: "But who aro you mourning for,
"For my slstor-In-law," was tho dol
Icato reply. Metropolitan Magazine.
BREAKING IT GENTLY
Callihnn wns stopped on tho street
by Father Clancy. Tho good priest's
couutonnnco took on n sad expros
"Whnt'a this, I hear, Cnllahan,"
nBkcd ho, "about your bronklng Ho-
gau's bond last night? And tho two
of your frlonds for years!"
Callahan scorned somewhat taken
hnck, "Suro 1 was compelled to do it,
your rlvoronce" ho oxplnlnod npolo
gotlcally, "but, out of consideration
for that same friendship, I broko it
glntly. your rlvoronce." Llpplncott's
GOT HER 20 CENT8
A well-dressed woman standing Just
lnsldo of n pay-as-you-ontor car tak
ing faros from jiaBsongors was recent
ly ono of Now York's quoor scenes
On entering tho car tho woman
dropped n 25-cont ploco into tho rare
box my mistake Tho conductor could
do nothing In tho matttor, "Verywoll,"
said tho woman, "I will got my 20
cents from tho next four passongors."
Sho explained tho situation to tho
first man who boardod tho car, took
his nlckol, saw that tho faro was rung
up and stood hor ground till tho
change to which ho was ontltled was
collected. Now York Trlbuno,
Following one of the greatest selling weeks in the history of this store bona
marked on all ready-to-wear garments for Ladies, Misses and Children.
Ladies' Tailored Suits
Divided into Four Lots for quick selling. Here's the
suit opportunity of the year.
While they last. . .
$15.00 and $16.50 All-Wool Suits v ft Kf
Long coats; plaited skirts P I WaOU
$18.50 and $20.00 Satin Lined fr 4 M e?tf
Suits; fine serges and broad cloths. ... P ft,vw
tho newest shades
in all tho
;. OBITUARY 5
Mary Ann Harding
Mary Ann Harding died nt 5 o'clock
Monday morning one half mllo south
of Amity nt tho homo of hor son, Al
bort Platt't ',Hejj death was duo to
pneumonia after an Illness of ono
week. Tho docoascd was 83 years of
ago and was born In Pennsylvania.
She Is survived by two sons, Thomas
Piatt of Kansas and Albert Piatt of
Amity, also two daughters, Mrs. Ag
now nnd Mrs.' Buyers of Mt. Vornon.
The funeral " services Wednesday
mnrnlne nt il o'clock and lntermont
at St. John's 'comotory, noar Amity.
TnnnnMn iiftcklov. tho fourteen
mnniu niii dniichtor of Uv. nnd Mrs.
Thomas Hnckloy. colored, died at tho
homo pf her parents on North Jofter-
o .fn.nt Riinilav morning aucr a ouu
weeks' illness. Tho child Is survived
by hor parents. Tho funoral at tuo
hoiiBO Tuesday aftornoon ni iu
o'clock, Rov. J. M. Tato officiating. ln
termont In Mound Vlow Comontcry.
Mr. Wolllnnton McElroy
Mrs. Wellington McElroy died at
hor homo ono mllo east of Millwood
. snminv nlcht nt about ton-tuirty
o'clock after a three wcoks' lllnoss of
pneumonia. Tho deceased was 4&
yours of ago at tho tlmo of hor death
and Is survived by hor huBband and
soveral brothers and slstors. Tho
f.innrnl nf St. I.UltO'S CatllOliC CllUrCll
In Damillo on Wodnesday morning at
O Vlnn!t. Ttnv. Tl'UKUB OfllClatlUg. Ill
torment in tho Catholic comotory at
Howard Chow died at his homo In
Fiedorlektown on Sunday night at
about 10:30 o'clock aftor a sovmal
days' illness caused by erysipelas of
tho faco. He was 14 years of ago nt
tho tlmo of his death and Is survived
by his mother and ono brother. Tho
funoial at tho houso WodueBday aft
ornoon nt two o'clock, Rev. H. M. No
bio officiating. Intoimont In Forest
Comotory nt Frodorlcktown.
Womtn Without Names.
"Womankind In Korea," says D. O.
Kemp lu "The Faco of Manchuria,"
"suffers from a strange lack tho ab
sence of names. A woman may pos
sess n pet nnmo; othorwlso sho has
nouo. Frequently sho does nQt even
know hor husband's namo. If she bo
comes a Christian and receives bap
tism sho acquires n name, and this
must give her quite n new sense of
Ths Right Ring.
The Father That young fellow who
has been calling hero lately is u very
lino young man. ne has the right
t'ng about htm. Tho Daughter (eager
ly) Hns ho? Have you soon It? Is
It a diamond?
ALL ALTERATIONS AT COST
S. Ringwalt Company
AN UNREAD REPORT.
The Methods of Barney Barnato In HI
Barney Barnato befuro the tragic
termination of his curcer was widely
known because of bis largo fortune
won in mining ventures. His rapid
accumulation of wealth was popularly
attributed to luck, but luck of the per
sistent rntlcty usually rests upon a
more solid basis than mere chance.
An Insight to Barnato's methods Is af
forded by an incident roccntly related
by A. A. Illow, an Amerlenn engineer
once in Bnrnnto's employ. After an
exhaustive examination of a mlno
whose purchase was under considera
tion Blow prepared an elaborate and
voluminous report. It wns accompa
nied by maps and selections nnd was
a piece of work of which the engineer
felt that ho could be justly proud.
When it wns handed to Barnato to
read, however, tho latter laid It asldo
"Tell me about it," he said.
Blow proceeded to make au oral ro
port Barnato dozed. KInnly ho exclaim
ed: "I employed you because I think you
know something about this business,
nnd I do not. Now. I do not want to
hear all of this scientific rot nbout this
mine. AH I want you to tell mo Is
whether it is good business?"
Blow told him "No."
"Then thnt settles It," snld Barnato.
'You are willing to accept the respon
sibility o.''tiirnlng down this property
nt the price offered?"
"Yes," wns Blow's reply, "but 1
wnnt J ou to examine tho repoi ts, mape,
assays, plnns, etc., nnd see tho rea
sons I havo for my conclusions."
"Why should I do this?" Barnato In
quired. "vou tell me thnt It is not
'good business.' And as I cannot un
derstand your report why should I
waste my time on anything thnt Is not
good business?" Moody's Magazine.
Tha Largest Islands.
Australia has long been classed ns
tho least of tho continents and not as
un Inland. The largest Islands nre
graded downwind In the oulor of their
size, as follows: Gromilnud. 850,000
square miles; Now Ouinea, 312.000;
Borneo, 2S0.000; Madagascar, 230,000.
In tho absence of exact surveys these
areas aro rough estimates and must be
considered only ns approximations, but
It is not likely thnt careful measure
ments will Introduco corrections so
largo as to change tho order of tho
four. Australia is but Bllghtly smaller
than tho continental United States ex
cluding Alnsl n. Kxchungo.
"I suppose you always prefer to en
list men who ure uot married?" I re
marked to tho sergeant; who has
olinrgotof the recruiting station on
"No; you're mistaken thero," ho has
tened to reply, "I prefer married men
ovory time. Vou seo( ho don't hnvo
to go to tho trouble of teaching mar
ried men to obey." Chicago News.
"Want to go to the 'heater tonight?"
"I have nothing to wear." snld the
"Then we'll go to ono of thoso mov
ing picture shows where It's dark."
Ladies' Fine Goafs
$10.00 Ladies' Melton Coats
Full length coats of Mdltoh cloth. . . .
$15 and $16.50 Ladies' and Miss
es Coats; long coats of Kersey and
$22.50 and $25.00 Ladies' Long fi-l'7 Eft
Coats; stylish black coats; silk lined. . s& 5JU
$35.00 Cloth Coats
$5.00 Coats While
FOR SALE I havo a fine Stanhope
buggy, nearly new, for ?75, not half
price. A great bargain for any one
wanting a nice pleasure buggy. See
L. O. Hunt, 36 Public Squaro. Cit
izens 'phone C8 Red.
miles from city, price $3,500. Also o
stock and grain farm, containing 26(
acres, has four producing gas wells
New 9-roora dwelling. Price $52 pei
aero. Stream & Rimer, tf
OUR FORT IN CANADA
It is not generally known that our
government once undertook to erect a
fort on British soil. Tho site of this
fort, was nbout half a mllo northeast
of Rouses Point, N. Y., not far from
tho foot of Lake Champlaln. Popular-
ly It was known as "Ft. Blunder." It
appears that in the war of 1812 our
government felt tho necessity of
guarding the entrnnco of Lake Cham
plain. Accordingly in 1815 was bo
gun the erection of Fort Montgomery.
Tho original notion was to construct
a great forL In thoso days that- meant
a fort with threo tiers' of guns.
When the work had been In hand for
sometime It was discovered that owing
to an orror of early survoyors tho ac
tual boundary between Now York and
Cnnnda, tho forty-sixth parallcll of
north latitude, passed south of tho fort,
Work oa 11: o fort was suspended for
about twenty-five years, and not until
tho year 1S42 was tho territory re
stored to tho United States. Tho
ngrcoment known ns tho Webster-Ash
burton treaty, establishing tho north
eastern boundary, mado the lino bo
tween Now York nnd Canada conform
to the old and Incorrect and early sur
vey. Thus "Fort Blunder" was again
on United States territory. Tho peo
plo of Malno, It is said, never qulto for
gave Daniel Webster for giving up,
as thoy claimed ho did, n great slice
of territory to which thoy thought
themsolves entitled in order to snvo
After tho boundary question was Bot
tled the fort was finished, but It was
never manned by moro than sufficient
men to keop it in order, and it vas
nover nrmed. Harper's Wookly.
PROSECUTORS TO TALK SHOP
Lancing Mich.. Dec. 27 Necessary
roforms of the crlmlnnl laws and tho
best means for bringing about tho de
sired changes will bo the subject for
consideration at tho annual conven
tion of tho Michigan Association of
Prosecuting Attorneys which oponed
its two-day session In tho sonato cham
ber of tho Stato Capitol hero today.
Among those in attendance nre many
of tho most noted prosecutors In tho
State, including Judge Philip T. Van
ZUo of Wayno County, Prosldont Wal
ter S. Foster, Ingham; Howard Cavnn
nugb, Calhoun; Attorney General
Frank Kuhn, and others. President
Foster Is Shedulcd to speak on "The
Inefficiency of tho criminal laws
governing non-support cases," and Mr.
Cnvnnaugh will speak on "Local Op
tion from tho prosecutors standpoint,"
fide clearance prices are
Andrew Jackson McFadden
Andrew Jackson McFadden died at
his homo on North Centor Run street
on Monday afternoon about 4:15
o'clock after an illness of only about
six hours. Mr. McFadden was at hla
homo at about ten o'clock when ho
was solzed with a stroke of apoplexy,
and died six hours afterwards. , oT.ho
deceased was a rottr.ed, farmer, jJT4
years of age is and survived by his
wife, two sons, Benjaimn and William
McFadden of Schreve, Ohio, throe
daughters, Mrs. Helen Barnes of Tiv
erton, Ohio, Mrs. Louise Roby 'of
Wooster and Mrs. Bertha Parker of
Mt, Vornon. Ho is also survived by
four brothers and six sisters.
PHILOLOGISTS IN SESSION
Providence, R. I.. Dec. 27 Tho Amer
can Philological Society is in session
at Brown University. It Is tho par
ent society of tho Archaeological In
stitute of America, tho Modern Langu
age Association, tho Semitic Society
and various others. Many Western
and Southern mon are present from
tho University of Chicago, University
of Minnesota, University of Michi
gan, Vanderbllt University of Mlchl
verslty of Tennessee.
MUSIC TEACHER8 MEET
Boston, Mass., Dec. 27 Tho Music
Teachers' National Association began
Its annual convention In this city to
day as tho guest of Boston Univer
sity and tho music department of
Harvard University. Many prominent
musicians and musical instructors
from various parts of the country aro
attending tho sessions, which will last
Why cabbago should bo boiled when
sauerkraut might be made of it is
boyond our confessedly limited pow
ers of comprehension.
53. Is thoro any moro sensible
Xraas gift than ono of our pass
books with tho first deposit on
torod Jn favor of tho -recipient?
54. If you prefor to give new
money, crisp, clean bills, or bright
and shining coin, we'll bo glad to
oxchango now for old if you call
at our bank.
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