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The Farmington Timet Prtg. Co Pi.b rARMINOTON. - . . M'ftftOUUJ EVENTS OF A WEEK WHAT IS GOING ON IN ALL QUARTERS OF THIb WORLD OF OURS NEWS IN A NUT SHELL The abioBce .4 a infoty ralTe, or I reive which as out of order, c hum .. the expiation of a 4.oon-guii,n gaso lino tank car Is the Wabash yardi of which seven )t reoni wore killed. Stub Valves usually ale nut rin the tnnli al civic- federation mittoo of nine promla in undertake the task Igeit of all tin rum OFFICERS FAIL TO GET 1 S USPECTS Noieworthy Happenings From Every Coast and Clime Gathered To gether for Delectation of Our Numeroua Reader. ihi latter wi (I by Fn ICHMlOT AND CAPLAN. INDICTED IN LOS ANGELES, VANISH FROM CHICAGO. ATTORNEYS ARE ARRESTED Crecfors" Aijcnt and Prosecutor Ford Awcii-.cd of Kidnaping McNamara MfhOI c.ibouts of Three Pr.b onors Veiled in Secrecy. STANDING OF THE CLL'FIS. Nattonal League nl, ernraent. lor, Cult, Henrj a. Bei ml M'las Kail r, tor tin' rei i nil., iu whi, li I'tapllclt) ii, i tfloe of tii. i to il. ill nc light of arretted with dlanapolla, tec onaJ Bridie and i An ink. vide .1: Qermnn by Hot noes of rates on Inn'. nl shingles on all tranecoBtl- railroada operating in the Cen- ilIii aesocfBtloii tertitor) wore ded by the Interstate commerce -sum until October 2It. Idem Tafi eiilarted the ram i conducting an Inquiry into inomy ami effli .enry oi depart work by the appointment of 'nnk .1 Qoodnow of Columbia Its an, i u. w Warwick of iqueet was directed by the navy neoi in thr case of John Him coal passer, of New Madrid, ho was founded dead of mot rationing on board the United itcaraer Buffalo at Man over i li. iii ati' adopted i termlnatioo b the cause or itiis, William i'h nl Odd Ftoilot died at Smll" Ho had been offlci Id m Chicago, in -.umt os Incudes were about tc upon tiu laai two mem b posted gaug of dynamitt oottnoctlon with i In wi pluut of the Lot Angeles d it covered that 'in- u aertd men had eluded their m Matt 8,'btntdt, intimate a shorn, . Chloego floclalleta, who until foot daj oo uii under surveillance in Cbtca fcn, can not be found b) the eleuthl who insist that he played an Inportan purl la the dynamiting thai cost . Uvea. Harry Caplao, the other autpei I ol th'j Ave riK-n being sough I . Is jutl .it elusive. This was admitted b) tlx detective agency, who bui ji hours i necessary was m ttretch nut their n- ta and the two men would be entnnrlt'il In their meshes. THREE ARE ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPING J. J. M'NAMARA. IndlanupulK. Ind. Walter Drew, counsel for the Krectort' aatoelatlon W. J. Ford, asslsiant district attorne) uf iis Angelci, ami Frank Fox, chauf feur, were arrested on affidavits charging them with bating kidnaped J. J. McNamara, aecretarv-treaiurcr of ihn International Aoeoclatlon of Bridge and Structural Workers Thr. men were arretted on warran' . Poaoa Manning after tffldsi its against !hom bad been made by in attorn- for McNamara, Drew and ford wet released under bond "f ISiOOO ea n and plot under bond of Jit.non. All th bontls w.-ri' given by William K etc ham, prettdent of an iron foun dry company, and an Officur of tie- In dinnapniiH Kmploycrt' aatoelatlon FREE LIST BILL TAKEN UP Underwood Directs Cou'nr of Men1, and Expects It to Pass With out Amendments. I Congressional Notes J E' at atataatatettt Q Pretldent Taft'l Canadian reelnrne. I ity agreement, tnpported b all but a handful of Domocrata, nnd opposed by a majority of the Republli ans, passed the house bf a vote of 20', to hit. Representative Btrger of Wisconsin the lOQlalltt member, voted for it, and Rtpr stents tlvt Akin of New fork, who ranks us an independent, voled ugainst It The negative vole was: Republicans Andtrton, Michigaa; Bradley, N, Y.; llurke, 8. D; Camp bell, Kan ; Cannon, 111.; Copley, fJJ. Carrier, N. B.; Dnlzoii, pa.; Davit, MlBD.; Da Forest, hi. V.; Dodds, Mich ; Dwlght, N. Y ; F.srh, Wis.; Fairehlld, N. Y . Futhl. Pa ; Fordncy, Mich.; Foster. Vt.; French, Idaho;' Gardner, Mass.; Gardner, N. J.; fjood, lowa; (Jucrsnoy, Me; Hamilton, Mich.; Hanun, N. D.j Harlmann, Pa.; Haugaa, lowa; Hawley, ore.; Hayee, Cel.; Holgerson, N. 1); Hinds, Me.' I Howell, Utah; Humphrey, Wash.; Jarkson, Kan - Kendall tnwa- Iran. Body, lowa: Klnkrad, Neb.; Kopp, Wis.; Ijifen. Pa.; Ji Follctte, Wiysh.; I LAOgiey, Ky.i Ijnnroot. Wis.; hind b' ruh, Minn.; McQulre, Okla. ; Me- Kioley, in , MoLaoghlln, Mleh,; Mo- Morran, Mich.; Melby. N Y ; Martin 8. D; Moodell, Wye; Moore, pa; Morgan, Okla ; MOtt, N. Y ,; Nelson, Wis.; Norils, Neb.; Pattou. Pa.; Pick ett, Iowa; Plumley, Vt.; Powers, Ky , Pray, Mont.; Prince, III., Prouty, la.; Reea, Kan., Rodenberg, in ; Simmons N. V ; Sloan, Neb.; .1 M c. Smith, Mleh.; Samuel W Smith. Mleh.; Bteeaeraon, Minn.; Bterltng, HI.; Thla- tie Wood, 111 , Towner, lown- v.ilui.H Minn , Warbnrtun, Wash ; Wedomey' Bl Mich.; Willis, Ohio; Woods, lowa, and Young, Kansas. Dcmocratl Bathrlck, Ohio; Clay pool, Ohio, iMi1Kh lon, N. c.; mowler, ill.; Oudger, N. c.; Hammond, Minn.; Pujo. La,; Ruckerl Colo.; Webb, N. C, ; and Whliacre, MISSOURI NEWS OF COURSE. ATTACKS HARVESTER BRIEF. Major Files Answer in Ouster Suit Against International. I Jefferton City. The slates brief. prepared by Attorney General Major I and his assistant.-, in the In tarnation i ul Ham ster company ouster proceed 1 iocs, was Hied in tin- supreme court. Judge Theo. Ilraoe, Bpclal commit ! sloner, Dadt his report several i uionihs ago, hoidiiiB that the interna- ! tloaal Harvester company was or 1 ganlted "to create a trust In Itotlf" and to eliminate competition in the harvester business. The company'! attorneys recently prepared and filed a brief In opposi tion to this report, setting out a part of an anti trust speech delivered by William .1 Bryan during cue of bis several campalgna for the presidency, Major attacks the company's brief I by laying that it is based "solely upon a total misconception and mlsapplii a-I lion of the unrontrudietcd fuels, as well as the rindinss of tin- sp.-i ial ! commissioner, and "upon lh,. plea that although it is a trust and has power to ! be bad. It Is. nevertbeloot, a ' Kuod trust." This cats is to he argued before the i supreme COuri Wi-dnosdav nrll and tho briefs an- filed supplementary to the oral arguments. The brief or tin- state is lengthy covert D its puros. I Tho Magistrate You say you didnl know the pistol was loaded, -yet the j dealer who sold it to you layi you did not pay for It. Trlsoner What's that got to do with it? The Magistrate Well, If you didn't Pay for it. then tho dealer must bavt charged it for you. "ECZEMA ITCHED SO I COULDN'T STAND IT itlve Hamlin Introduced a irevent the post offlci do- Dm requiring rural car- uniform i. The bill also In- caiTleri, together with employes, th CUMMERCIAL CLUBS TO MEET. Convention Called in Har.nibal to Promote State's Industries. Hnntilli.il -The Hannibal Coinuior- ctai club has called n convention of commercial clubs, chambers of com merce, boards of trade and other com merce! and ndUBtrieJ organisations of Mlttourl to meet at Hannibal .lime t; and 7 to consider wns uml meant lor tlie expansion of the industrial inter ests, the tie,, lopmeni of agriculture, mining and otnei reeonreei of the tht membera of meet officlt to pe-with. they i mil, off W; 'lh. fori nf Chn ii the pretid rooms of In tie- gei Itigton. Twelve clei lion iffli inls of the oltj of New Orleans who recently pleaded unfit v in the so-called "ballot box stuffing .ases to nhtrget of violating lh'- state i lection laws were sentenced to eight montbt' Impriaonment each In the pariah prison. dar ks has begun unusually early, with a start In the foothills of the Catsklll mountains this week. A large hum bor of volunteer! are out fighting the flames. By a reiolution offered In the sen ate, Senator La Pollette of Wisconsin calls upon the secretary of the Interior to explain an Incident which may in volve another sensational chapter in the Alaskan scandal," involving the Guggenheim interests. A six year controversy between the tate of Kansas and the Pullman Car company was ended whon the com pan) paid u $iuO charier fee to tin- secretary of state. ('. A. Harbor, a subcontractor, who was separated from his wife, hid in the basement of tin house where bit Wife wns living in Kansas Cltv and when sh. went to feed the chickens shot her three times, killing her, and then killed himself. As a result of the Mexican sltua ,lon the war department cancelled all orders which have been Issued for t'nlted Slates troops In this country o be transferred to the Philippines The Interstate commerce comtuis ion suspended until August 15 the proposed advance in rail rates on cot ton over the Missouri Pacific und the St. LOOM, Iron Mountain 4- Southern ro.tds. KOhert L. Lincoln, pretldent or the Pullman Company, Is about to retire as bead or the 1110,000,000 corporation. Hi' Will he SUC( deil by John S. Hun Delia, now vice president of the com pany. Carl M, Spencer, aMlglMt cashier of a bank in I)es Moines, la . was re leased on parole from the federal prls on at Leavenworth, Kan. Bpenoer was eoiivlcted of misuse of hunk's money Evidently believing that bit recent experience has bettered him for the position, the Univtrtity of Chicago nas made Assistant Professor Charles E. Merrtim, defeated candidate for mayor, fun profeaaor or political sci ence The long-expected strike of the fur niture workers of Urand ItapidB. Mich., which has beep hanclnir fire f,.i- .n. oral weeks and which Involves about t.000 men, has been officially declared. A heavy frost caused serious dam age to a large part of the Delaware fruit crop. Wi system has been ordi Committee on reform vice It Is the pun mlttee to lavettlgati question of tho right employee to organic Inquire Into charges has degenerated into fnvtu itlsm. Mr. Po iy of Cm le Sam. the civil aervioe 'd by the house In the civil aer- tse of the com- particularly the of civil ser vice union i hat Hi 1 to lea itution of tate elal i lull In done to sin ntnnufacturl found In ul lit Is the that steps t abou i i he the ttate'i n building of lie Hunnlbal Commer something should be u drift of population ' other states that do ig'-s in agriculture and equal to those to be ev.-ry county In Mis- of tin' Hannibal club Id bo taken to bring diate development of ai waterways and the railroads In hotn -at ill: to bi Introduoi BOW com known as en nul, -I, tun I. Willi .11!, f vim: lir United Stales Senator Wll Aas stil, milled lo tlie niinn i investigating commit Weihe was named bj s of Duluth, Minn , the committee, inn root fall of his Knrman hi ("apt Edward Tarron of the killed instantly lug lo fly from lay, France, secretary of the 20mmlaelnn and legtohv n eon old. Mill 111, i up in it the amend' id Chaplain Speaker t in the iceatanl bold al day fed dors Mi staio bribe C, F llurgi befor In plane army cnginecs wai while he was atton Orleans lo VillacttOI Edward A Mos.-le Interatate eommeroi the orlRlnntor of much bib Hon. died at Washington af tlntu-d Illness He was 61 yi The dally supplications ol Condon have been ordered b (Mark to be printed each d Congressional Record. After 17 hours of alnax lighting the Mexican rebels most every position 'In v light, although after nlghtfal orals carrie dthi battle to th or tho town or Auga Priota, was tho most Important battle or the Insurrection Seven Americans al Douglas, the lulled St, ins Imrdet town, wore Injured by stray bullets and tin- situation Is acute. Completely reverting Its rormet action In rejecting the federal Income tax amendment, the senate voted, 28 to amendment for fed I he house already has i indorsed the amendment, An apparently well autlii port is current at Ottawa, i the Tariff Ueform I.eagu llritain Is behind the antl reeipr agitation In Canada, ami that off! who were formerly Identified lwtl Britllh organization, are here in OOUntrj promoting the endeavors conducting the campaign or the Oaaa dian opponents of the reciprocity pro. posals The ;!t memlMTs nf it, --Ai,,i,nM. division" of the Tennessee legislature, who are at Birmingham, Ala., to lu-eal a quorum, mot there and reiterated their determination to "stand pat." a reapportionment bin giung the house of representatives a member ship of 418 was reported to the house n.v the committee on census. It Is virtually Identical with the Crum packer bill that passed the houso last session, but failed to reach a tote in tho senate. I erful that approaching tOttld make It Impossible r support his family. Grant ( a plumber, at Youngstown and ax nnd killed his wire cniiuren. ra tally injured two otfter children and maimed the fifth. us to under taken Hal and etpecta It to pus.-- wltbo m tits No on, will hnzaid a mi bow long the measure will consideration before a vote Much will depend upon the Qulrf-d by tho opponents of ure standpatters like Cm j Mil and Fordncy, are preparing 10 muke a terrific onslaught ngatnst th proposition of extending the free list They consider Its success I house, whether tl tho and Is signed bv the prei would bo an entering wedge he tin- death knell of high lie h. tine, which All meaiun health wouit ro in mlttee. approprlatlni it I! soulli and 111111!- MhMOIII GAMBLING WORSE THAN DRINK. Grand Jury Told of Evil by Judge Shelton of Macon. "I suffered with eczema on my nook for nbotit six months, beginning by little pimples breaking out. 1 kept tc retching till the blood came. It kept getting worse, I couldn't slep nights liny mure. It kent Itnhlne fop about a month, then 1 went to a doo 1 tor and got some liquid to take It : seemed us If I was going to get bet ter. The ItrhliiK studped for about I threo days, but when It started again Wai even worse than before. The er tema Itched bo hadl l niiiiiin-i ui,.r, it any more. I went to n doctor and i he gnvo me some medicine, but It aUdnt do any good. We have been having; Cutloura Itemed ies in the house, so I derided lo try them. I had been using Cutloura Soap, so I got mo a box of Cutloura Ointment, nnd washed off the aBlOted part with Cutloura Soap three times n day, and then put tho Cutlcum Ointment on Tho first day I put It on, It relieved me of Itching so I could sleep all that night. It took about a week, then I could see the scab come off. I kept the treatment up for three weeks, and By eczema was cured. "My brother got his face burned with gunpowder, and be used Cutl curu Soap and Ointment. The peo ple nil thought bo would have scars, but you can't seo that he ever had' bis face burned. It was simply awful to look at before the Cutleirra Hem edles (Soap nnd Ointment) cured It." (Signed) Miss Elizabeth Hebrkl, For rest City, Ark , Oct. 16, 1910. Although Cuticurn Soap and oint ment tire sold by druggists und deal ers everywhere, a liberal sample of enrh. with :!2 pnK' booklet on the care, and treatment of skin ami hair, w ill be sent, postfi-oe, on application to Pottur IJ. 6l C. Co,. . Dept. X. Boston. ;le i tin- sengti Idem er not vouhl t ion. TO IGNORE PEACE PACT Socialists in Lower California Con tinue Their Struggle for Sep arate Recognition. the Ilia. It in Arknni (!. to r; i ml Inci lax :, urn of 'd re i, that Croat i Hie this and Mexican, bower California : mletlce signed by Madoro prospective peace pact bet 1 eastern lOturrectOI and Pros j will have no effect upon the lajwer California, ir Qen. Pranciaec ' Salinas, commander In-ehlof of thr 1 rebels, and (ion Ithys, the Wi lata om , grander or the American coutlnawni of the liberal nrmy, hold to frequently reiterated declarations .. i I hey do noi assen complete inde pendence of Madero, but declare them selves opposed to tho s If-stylod preet dent They are fighting lor the i stab- Uabmeni of a socialist commonwealth In uwor California, but might aii-opt tin- luaeraiBty or Mexico us a i mil lion ol peace, provided all the t ich concessions and grant hind areas now held mostly by Americans urf ,onfls-cated. 15 Persons Drown In Typhoon. .Manila. P. I the steamer Clusrlee Pozni, operating between Manila ami Corregidor, foundered in a typhoon. ft Is estimated that 15 persons were drowned One American Is missing. blindness i him to Kit kart, O.. took and two Elevated Interests. "Why do you find so much fault with that big town? It claims to pay much nttentlon to lilghv tilings." "That's Just tho trouble loo many skyscrapers and not enough mroet twee pert." Different Vision. We only see the wart and the obliqued noso cs wo gaze into th face right beside us. while those from afar come to see the power and flaal uf genius then. it affecting the public 1 be referred to inch a He also Introduced n bill : 125.000 for the et:,i.. Ilshnient of a biological fish cultural station in his district. Kepresentative Davenport of Oklahoma wont Mr. Fos ter one better, asking for 180,000 for a fish batcher) and cultural station in the Third Oklahoma district. "Carntgie National Bark." to mm. prise lands In Arizona, to be set asida as a public park, Is proposed In a bill introduced by Representatives Hayes of California The lands are now known ai the Oread Canon National Monument nnd the Coconino National Forest. The proposed parks' name is In commemoration of Andrew Carne gln as "founder of some of America's greatest Institutions nnd tho benefac tor of mankind by the promotion of everlasting peace." President Taft Is requested in a rea olutlon introduced lu the hcuse to fur nish congress an explanation of the resignation of David Jaynt Hill as am bassador to Germany. The n solution le tho Joint effort of Kepi esentatlve lover of South Carolina nnd Brantley Of Georgia, and Is based on reports that Doctor mil in the potash contro versy Incurred tho president's dis pleasure. Advocates of the election of sena tors by direct vote or the people won a signal victory in the sonata when the resolution passed by the house was referred to tho committee on Ju dicial v. The house resolution i, elm. reported from tho ten- committee tn. eoealOU. once Insures favorable mm It ice. Samuel Oompers nnd Tinnk Morrl ion. president and sufirctary of the American Federation of Labor, ap peared before the bouse committee on reform In the civil service In advo cacv of the Lloyd bill giving govern ment employes the right to Join labor unions. Representative I'nderwcod of Ala bam a. chairman of tha j means committee, and floor leader of the house, said that It will t,e six weeks or two months before any of tho tariff schedules pass the house. i Kepresentative Foster of Illinois In traduced a bill providing for federal eld to every state that will establish : a department of mines nnd mining The bill appropriate! $5,000 the first year and Inrreases the amount 85,000 a year until It reaches $2f,,000. Mr. Foster Is chairman of Hie committee on mines and mining, to whlttb. the bill wns referred a reiolution appropriating jio.onc for plans for a moniimem m Washing ton tj ihe signers of the Declaration or Indi pendeaee has been introduced lo the senate by Srt.atnr C. Masher tlie Miu on, In his i hargi Jury Judge N. M. Shelum told tho memberi that of the two evils, gamb ling was far greater than drunk, n ness. that there was hardly a gra.-r crime than gambling On the subject of concealed poapous the Judge said he know ihose who carried them claimed they did so In defense of their lives, but that more men had been killed bv the habit than had been protected, and that. In all well regulated communities the man carried a concealed weapon is regard ed as a bully and a blackguard. OZARD FRUt TCROP 13 SAFE. Peaches Suffered. But Other Furit Will Register 100 Per Cent. Mountain Grove. The Missouri state fruit experiment station at Moun tain drove completed an exhaustive inquiry regarding fruits uf all kinds In the Oznrk region gtenarts shm i he best prospect for an npplc crop In the history of the station at this sea son of tho year. Peaches will not average more thnn 30 per cent of a crop, but strawber ries will register 100 per cent, black berries 100 and raspberries 90 pgr cent. The stntlon Is urging fruit growers to tuko every p issiblo pre caution to protect orchards from late frotte, Youthful Criminals. of tho most distressing cases ever had to denl with faced .i ol i England I magistrate re and one cannot Wonder at Ills itlon. "What can 1 do with as bo gazed upon live s In the dock The i only seven years old. t cloven, yet the quintet iths huve carried out r depredations with Uniting that for two One he has I.lverp, cently, exi tarnation theso bailies' tiny prlaOBC youngest wai and the oJdei for two mo thefts and nth such skill nnd months the police and detectives have been trying In vain to find out who were the thieves No fewer than 40 charges were bmtwhf .n.lnt ts i children The 7-year old child was ' the ringleader, and quite nn adept ut thieving ami planning thefts. The Point of View. "I notice that you have given up the fight for n cleaner city yflu used i to be one of the lenders In the oppo ; altlon to the smoke nuisance.'' "Yes. I've come to tbe conclusion that smoke cannot ho abolished. H i ; useless to keep burping on the ques tion " "By the way, what business are you In now ?" "Oh, I've quit working for n salnry An uncle of mine Icfi me a valuable interest In one of our biggest ma chine shops," liar to the on, ato Judiciary and the rife: action In a cc GIRL, 7, ATTACKED; BOY HELD. Cassville Farmer Arrests Weak-Mind ed Youth, Who Admits Guilt. Cassville - Corn May, 7 years old, daughter or Qeorge May, a farmer re siding four miles west of Cassville, was atta-ked by Clarence Howon, a weak minded fanner boy, about 0 years of age. Boweii was arrested :i short time af ter tho crime was eommlttod by F. A. Freese, a fanner, ou a description giv eg by the child. Ho Is nalil to have admitted his crime, but had nothing BMN to say. He Is now In tho county I Jaii in Cassville. Physicians say tht I child is In n critical condition but j that she will live. Willing to Make an Effort. On a large estate in the Scottish highlands It wag the custom for a piper to piny n front of the house every week day morning to awaken the residents. After an , vereonviv ial Saturday night, however, the piper forgot the day and la gan his reveille (can it bo played on the pipes ', on Sutuiny morning. The angry matter shouted to bin, from tht bedroom win dow: Here do na, i - ,, ' - J '" KHVS1 (JSt fourth oommandmentr And the piper sturdily replied: "Nae, sir, but ye'll hie whust le It I'll hie try It. sir." Important to Nlothorn CaMfulJy every bottle of Ah i oi.ia, a safe and sure reined v for lm-ams and children, and see that it Honrs tho Slgnaturoof i In Use For (K-,- i'.'. ----- w mi s. Cluldre-., Cry for Fletcher'! Castoria Judge Martin Dies Suddenly. Versailles Judge W. P. Martin of BOOnville, circuit Judge of the Four I leonth district, died suddenly In his room at a hotel Judge Martin was holding the regular April term of court here. Williams May Get Berth.' Jefferton City. Friends of former Senator John M. Wllllcms of Moniteau county are urging his appointment ai circuit Judge In the Fourteenth Judi cial circuit, to succood Judge AVU'iam H. Martin of lloonvllle. He Who gives pleasure meets with It: kindness is ;he bond or friendship and the Ixsik of love. Battle l Constipation causes and aggravate! many jcr,,,, ,!,,,n thoroughly cured by To be conscious that you are Ignor ant Is a great step to knowledge Benjamin Disraeli. n;7?i """"fvintr quality in Lewis' Single Ream found fa nn other fie cigar. It's a waste of tho other fellow's time when you talk foolish.