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Yha Farmington ' Imct Prtg Co , Puba. fARMINGTON. MISSOURI I NEWS OF THE WEEK? --;- Tlio OnW Amorle.in Alliance will throw lit strength against woman suflr.ige iib advocuted In WiM onsin. This was decided m u BUM! meeting ol GUI' men and women representing ill Omn societies, these socistles representing lC.UHU persons. Tin' Tsnag state prison I orniuissiou leaswd t,tt1 acre of land fur die yeurs All of it win be planted In sugar i ane, making tbe total acreage ol t lint (iroduct owned by (be Mutt" about 11,009 iotas. Tbc ptantaUou are workd by p Itantlnry eonvlcta. Tbl veterans of Cttba'i war fur 111- Bnnandaasa mat ut Havana and adopt od u resolution roquesUng President Tail to lake whatever action may be sjaogaaafy to kav tb cofferdam around Uiu Maine remain arbor It Ih after the wreck Iiuh be q removed. Tin' M-iimns aroooss to iiii in the cofferdam und erect on lop of it a mm lib.' i mi' m to tbc victim of tin- Maine Denouncing tho "Apologists" of tbe McNamaraa aa "Bare Incitera to mur der and pfMohati of applied snsr rh," former Prssideni Theodore Roosevelt, in un editorial pubtiabed in the current msno t The Outlook, de clams ' Tbe murders committed by men like i be McNamaras, although nnailnallr in tbe Internal ol organised labor, differ out wblt In nonU cul nubility from Ihos eOtMUtlttad by the Ulaek Hand, or by an; band of mere o'ltthroiiii, mid are fraught Willi in finitely beuvipr menace to society." The correspondent of tbn I.ondnn Express, who la with tbe Turkish army, telegraphed from Chafing Do rember In, via Tunis, that tbe l urk Ish cnmniandur at llcngaJi reports the duleut of the Italians, who lost Con In killed and many wounded A ijunii tit) of arms and num. million was cap turnd. HprniKlield a refecrndum election unde r the commission form of govern ment on four ordlnam MM providing for regulation of the saloons resulteJ in a two-to-one victory for the saloon in tureits. The bouse passed without a roll mill and practically without opposition the eight hour bill iiiiunlmously re ported by the committee, on labor The bill requires Ihat no Working man shall be M-qnlred to work morn than night hours by contractor or subcoii tractor while employed ou govern mout work The flower of the Urliish army in India was reviewed by King George Mora than 11,000 Hrltlsh and native regular troopa and native levies marched past the royal pavilion. Forty-two Mora outlaws were killed near l.imao, Mindanao, 1'. I , In un engagement with a detachment of American scouts. There were no la talitiu on the American side. Five privates of "k!" battery, Sixth field artillery, wero arrested at Fort Hlley In connection with the recent dynamlt explosions at the fort, wblch entailed property losses of half a mil lion dollars to the government. Princess I.ouiBe Victoria, princess royal of Ureal Urllnln and Ireland, and Inter of King Lieorge V., and her daughters had n thrllllug experience when the I'enlnsular aud Oriental steamship Delhi, on which they wero voyaging, struck tbe reefs off (ape Spartel, the northwest extremity of Africa. It Is reported at London thut the war office has Informed the agent of an American packer thut until tbe trial of the ten millionaire packers I concluded In Chicago none of the firms involved will he invited tO tender bids for furnishing supplies to tbe British army. Kev. Charles M. Brewer, formerly a chaplain In tho United States army, now a pastor of u llaptlst church In Oldatee, Okltt , was accused. In 11 con fession of Private Michael 'iulrk, of Implication In a mysterious aerlee of explosions which have baffled mili tary authorities ut Fort Hlley, Kus.. for six months. Mrs. Gertrude Olhson Patterson hns atolen quietly away from her home In Sandoval. Ill Where she bus gone Is not known. In leaving sho did not purchase a ticket at the depot, but boarded an east bouud llalllmore Ohio train. The name of Clarence S. Harrow, oblef counsel for the McNamarns, was brought Into the trial by Bert H. Franklin, ohlef detectlvo for the Mc Samara defense, at l.,os Angeles, on tbe obarge of trying to bribe a pros pective juror In the McNuNmarn cane United States Senator Keuyon, who helped prepare the government's case against the ten Chicago packers now on trlnl la Judge George A. Carpen ter's court, la In Chicago to aid Ins triot Attorney Jamea H. WUkeraon In the handl.ng of the case. A Husslau detachment of 350 men and two gun has arrived in Pekin to reinforce the legation guaid. Tang Shao Yl'a decision that the peace negotiations will be carried ou at Shanghai la learned there with muoh satisfaction in leading repub lican circle. Counsel for Lillian Graham and Ethel Conrad announced that tbe young women, having been absolved by a New York Jury of an attempt to kill W. B, D B tokel, will now proceed to Bile Mr Stokes for damages for fnlse Imprisonment and malicious prosecution. Stockholders of the American Su far Refining company will be called upon nt the next annual meeting to approve a plan to provide pensions to i he company's 7,5110 officers nnd em ploy eg. One of tbe greatest railroad Btrlkes in the history of the United States, not excepting the American Railway union's walkout In 1893, wblch will Involve 100)000 ibopmM employed on western ami BOUthem railroads, was forecast when leaders called a eon ference at S'. Louis. Special dispatches from Paris and Teheran give the rumor that an is- cord has been arrived at between KuMl mid Persia through the con n mis which I he Husslan foreign minister, M. Snzonoff, hud In Pari with the Persian minister. It is announced that the control of one of Pittsburg foremost Indus tries, the Pittsburg Proviiion and racking company, bus been turned over to tho Armour interests of Chi cago. That the United States Steel cor porstlon has 'arbitrarily aud unrss .nimbly" maintained an excessive railroad rate on Iron ore on its sub ildliry rsilrosd Iron lake points on the Pittsburg district wu tbe chaige msds by Senator Oliver of Pen nay I Vsnla before the Stanley steel lines tig ting committee. Attacking the entire financial sys l"m of the country, Representative Lindbergh (Kepi Minnesota, p pea rod before the rule committee of 1'ie house lo support the resuluilou providing tor a special committee lo investigate the "money trust.' Fofmot Mayor Kugene E. Selnuiti of Sail I rttnclsco will be STOUght lo trial some time next mouth on one of the fourteen Indictments pending gsiusl him us n lesult ol tbe bribery gralt investigation Mrs Lucy Grlilltb, 28 years old, was Indicted at ileiilou, Ky , ou tbe charge of poisoning bur husband. Bd ward Griffith, last April. The trial will lie held next June A previous grand Jury fulled to find a bill Mrs Griffith Is out on bond. ltev Charles M Brewer, formerly u chuplnlu In the .m y, now a paster of a Baptist churn bt Olustee. OU., is accused in a cot-fession of Private Michael Quirk of Implication lu a ser ies of mysterious explosions at Fort Hlley. Kan. Declaring absinthe dangerous to health Hi" pure food board of tho de partment of agriculture decided that lis importation Into the United Stutes should be prohibited after I n nary 1 next. Mile Gameiil, former (lance of Ca ruso, tbe singer, hue been acquitted of a charge of slandering the tenor at Milan, Italy It is said Caruso paid her 110,000 lo withdraw ber In ouch of promise suit. 'I he Jury In the euse of Miss liar rlei Do Witt of Boston, l'a. accused of lining the writer of anonymous letters lhat caused scandal In church circles in Easton, rendered n verdict of not guilty. I'hrlstma cheer will be brought lo senator, representatives aud the army of employes around the national capltol ns a result of action taken by the house Saturday The ellciency bill whs reported nnd passed This measure curries the anuosJ appropri ation to cover the cost of travol to senators, representatives und dole gates in cougress from tbelt homes in Washington A jury lu the federal court st Cleveland, O.. awarded the llalley-Olu Coal company 110,607.72 damages against the Globe Oil company of Cleveland for losses caused 111 uu ox plosion in the liuilcywlle (Okie.) mine, August 20, 190S Chicago was SWSTdod tbe Repub lican national convention for 1912. Tuesday. June 18, Is the day set for tbe holding of the contention. John V. Hill, ex-governor ol Maine, ui elected cbalrmae of the national com mittee. A report spread at the capital that the efforts of tbe stute department to procure more liberal treatment for Muerlcnn Jewish citiz'tis In Ku.t-i.i hud resulted lu a tentative agreement for the mod lllcii I .on m the Russian restrictions which might prove a sat isfactory solution of the xeved ques lion. Oue of tbe taxlcab bandits who are alleged to have killed Mr. Ma' tic Kuuimun in Chicago on December 2, "Hlg Fred" Boneham. was arrested near Oukluud, 111 , by Chicago detec tives Fire swept through Lung Park at Coney Island, Now York, and caused a loss estlmuted at 1110,000, Five men have been brought alive from the Cross mountain mine at Brlceville, Tenn., und rescuer are making strong efforts lo reach at least three more whom they 'oelleve are still alive. At Carbondnlu, l'a , four men were killed and live injured when a runa way train lu the Delaware & Hudson yard crashed Into a tool shanty and the machine shop. Hugh Robinson, while testing s new hydro -aeroplane with a new twenty-flve-borse-power motor, attained a speed of seventy-four uilleB an hour In calm air at Hummondsport. N. Y. W. Morgan Sinister still retain bis position a treasurer general of Per sia. The cabluet can not dismiss htm without the consent of the national council, which has not been given. SENATE REVOKES RUSSIAN TREATY RATIFICATION OF TAFT'S ABBO GATION NOTE TO CZAR FOL LOWS MESSAGE. , 0WI1S STRONG WORDING Resolution 8upplantlng House Meas ure Adopted In Upper Home Little Hope for Negotl- tlons for New Pact. Washington. D ('President Ten turned over to the senate the task of completing the abrogation of the treaty of lk:t2 with Russia, became of nllugetl discrimination ugalnat Amor lean citizens of Jewish faith. Ignoring the house of represents tlves the president sent a mmnago to the senate announcing that he had caused notice to be forwarded to S' Petersburg that the United State d. r-lrid tho treaty to end January 1, mi. Mr Taft ssksd the senate to ratlfv and give effect to his action. The foreign affairs committee of the sen ate voted unanimously to report a res olution of ratification, couched In dtp lomntlc terms, und Senator !,odg of fered It lter In the senate The committee resolution waa put through ns n substitute for the bo . resolution, which proved object on tbte lo the Russian government In bis message to the senate PTCSl Sent Taft transmitted n copy of the U tter which American AntBSSSed ir 3uHd ut Ht Petersburg had transmit ted to the Russian foreign office. In It was expressed the view of the I nlted Statos Hint the old treaty no longer met the political prlneipl' eominercliil ni-eds of the two nutlons Km! should be terminated. The American government, with marked courtesy, suggested further that It would be most agreeable to llii.i country If a new treaty, along more modern llncB could be nego tiated to replace the ancient and out lived document. Despite this overture to tbe Rus sian government, stute department of ficials practically admitted lhat there was little hope for negotiating a now treaty that would avoid tbe very things that were leading to the de nunciation of the old one. Miss Clara Barton Is III. iV asking! on Miss Clnca Barton, founder of the American Red Cross t:i,l for many years its president, lies In a precarious condition at ber home nt Glen Bono. Friends and neighbors had hoped she would he well enough for a celebral Ion of her niuetieth birthday Christmas, but thej have been obliged lo dismiss the Idea. 13 Killed In Wreck Odessa. Minn Thirteen persons were killed and R seme or more In jured nt this station when I fast silk, triln from tbe const, on the i hlcngo, Milwaukee k- St Paul railroad, brushed into the Columbian limited, the finest train of the system, also running eust 10 Years for 6 Deaths. Portland. Me. Ten years at bard labor was the sentence meted out lo Rev. Frank W. Sandford. h sd of the Holy Ghost and I s society of Shllob, Me., who was convicted ol i . .slaugh ter In connection with the d uths of tlx members of his crew on tho yacht Coronet. Mat, Slain; Wife's Admirer Held. lluntingioii, l'a Benjamin P Os loup, formerly u farmer in Kansas, was called to the door of l is home and shot lo death Frank Calhoun, alleged to have formerly been an ad mirer of Mrs uuloup. Is under ar rest. Lyman Abbott 70 Years Old. New York. Dr. Dyma,-! Abbott, the noted oiwrsyman, autbo aid editor, received many congratulat ions Mon day on bis Tilth birthday anniversary. Dr. Abbott was born In Itoxbury, Muss. December i 1835. Cape Mullen, Miiyti Gen Morales, at one time presidenl of Santo Do mingo, nnd his followers landed"" near the capital und were routed In a big buttle. Gen. Nemesis OuittMB wa killed. Stuffed Turkey Now cn Sale. New York, N. Y". Amateur cooks won't even have to make "stuffing" for their Christmas turkeys, for tho New York shops slread) re selling them dressed and "stuffed ready for cooking. , 010.000 In ustle Bank. Hogdon Mills. Me. Ten thousand Osllurs In greenbacks sc faded and worn that they will he sent to Wash ington for redemption, has been found In a bustle worn for years by Mrs. Mary Fnssntt, who died suddenly a 'ew days ago. "Full Crew" Act Constitutional. Washington. The const Itutionallty oT tho "full crew set" of Iudisns, reg ulating tho sise Of crews on railroad passenger and mail train, was up held Monday by the supreme court. WASHINGTON NOTES. An appropriation of $260,0(11' to com plete the work of raising the wreck ;d lbs battleship Maine from the Ha vana harbor Is authorized In the de ficiency bill. The sum of 1650,000 ha already been expended In clearing Havana heritor of the Maine wreck. Th deficiency bill contains a provis ion authorising tho secretaries ol war iind navy to donate parts of tbe wreck to any municipality, naval association or society or to the former offfflcer or members of the crew of tho Maine or their heir or representatives. The house was treated to ut. unus ual incident when Speaker Clurk pre- nied Suydouham B. Ancona of Pennsylvania, a Democratic member .d i he house when the civil war broke nit In 1HC1. Tbe 87-ycurold legisla te veteran was given an ovailon. ihe bouse took a recess of ten min utes in bis honor while all its mem bers passed before him, shook his hand and said a pleasant word Rspressntstlvs Liudberg of Minns iota told the committee on rules why l thought the "money trust" should be investigated. He urged Ihe com mittee to favorably report bis resolu tion providing for a thorough Lnvestl ifiOO into Wall street methods and llninss In general, declaring that a I small coterie of high financiers have control of the money situation mid I an cause a panic at auy lime I he dismissal of Secretary ol Agri culture Wllsuu from" the cul. nu t be uattSS he participated in the ure.vers' ObgTSBS in Chlcugo us honorary prcs tdent reien t whs demanded at the National Aim saloon Uugue con en . ii. wbjeh likewise went on record I opposed to the reinstatement of I tna army canteen Investigation ot charges of oppres- siOn, negligence and indifference to the welfare and comfort of Inmates of i the notional soldiers home ueur Los i Angeles. Cul , was urged, and million I sires who make benefactions condi tinned upon Ihe heralding ut their I name were arraigned 111 the senate ill u speech by Works of California The, house passed without a roll .'.ill nnd practically without opposi tion the eight hour bill unanimously reported by the committee on labor. The bill provides that no worklugman -hail be reo. Sired lo work more than t ight hours by contractor or subcou tructor while employed ou govern ment work. Rrlg. Oen. Crozlor, chief of ord nance, told the committee on military BBatrs thai the flWrltd Stales bus suf ficient auiuiutiltlon in reserve to sup ply iho army, nuvy aud mi 1 1 1 tit for three and MIS naif years This re erv Block Is carried us nu liiuur SMS against war uud is coustanlly added to. representative Austin of Tanner see introduced a bill appropriating I $160,960 for the relict of the sufferers ! from Ihe mine explosion at Uricevlllc. .in mat state, December 9. The bill i pool "' ally authorizes the secretary I Of war to expend the money lu his discretion for the relief of the suffer err. Senator Oliver of Pennsylvania told ! the i.t eel trust Investigators that I mm h of Andrew Cumegle's great i prosperity was due to "secret rales'" ! or rebates The sonalor testified i thai the rules on ore in ihe Pittsburg district OOW are entirely too high, and I that the steel trust benefits accord ingly Chairman Hardwick ot tbe augur ; trust Investigating committee ad ; dressed a circular letter to all cane , and boot sugar men requesting sworn i statements ot stock on hand July 1, ' with every Item of expense and lirai- " lar figures for a period of five years. The president und Mrs. Taft enter tained tbe members ol the cabinet und their wives at dinner. Several members of both bouses of congress also were guests. After the dinner a j muslcule was given In the While : Mouse purlors. Senator Cullom of Illinois Intro duced a bill to give Mrs John R. 'Ian I ner, widow of Gov. Tanner, a pension I of $50 a month Mrs. Tanner was the second wife of Gov. Tanner und now lives In Springfield, ill President Tail s letter of transmit tnl nccoinpauylng the report of the V land commission, which recently I established that the battleship Maine was destroyed by an explosion from the outside, wus read. Representative Mondell addressed the house lit tsngtb on tho necessity for a vigorous anil-trust program, such us President Tuft and Attorney -General Wlckersham are not prose cut lug. Senator William Lorlmer's appeal ance before the Dillingham special committee of the senate was post poned until after the Christmas holi day recess of congress. A bill providing for the refund of the "cotton tax" wbb Introduced by Representative Oldtlotd of Arkansas. The crop reporting system em ployed by the United States .leparb ment of agriculture Is "far tit advance of that of any other country," In tho opinion of irtor H. Olmsted, chief statistician of the department, ns ex iressed in his annual report just Is sued. Existing freight rates on furniture from North Carolina and South Caro lina to Pacific coast terminals of $1.70 per 100 pounds were attacked before the Interstate commerce commission by the Southern Furniture Manufac turers' association. SOMETHING NEW IN LODGES In View of Extrsordlnary Ocesslen "Plnkey" Might Wsll B Ek cussd for Absence. "Plnkey'' la the nickname of the chocolate-colored Chesterfield who pre sides over tbe bar in a small, uniqne and out of the way liquid refreshment establishment In Washington patron ized by newspaper correspondents, visiting cslebrltles end government officials. He Is a great "J'lner," and devote: his one evening "off' a week to his several lodge duties. Being missed on one of these occsslons by ono of his friends and patrons, who had lugged to his place a suit of evening clothes which he thought would fit the Plnkertonlan form, on tho next evening regretful reference was made to It, the stilt having been beitowed on another, a waiter In rival hostelry. "1'se mighty obliged to you, sah," groaned Plnkey. "mighty obliged, Jer,' the same. Thlsil teach me a lesson lo stay on the Job." "Attending one of your lodge meet ings, I suppose?" queried his friend of tbe dress suit. "Well, not exactly, sah," renlleu Plnkey, "not exuetly, sah. You see. we was Jes' organizing the colored Hibernians." Mesnt to Be Real Bad. Two little girls residing In East Klghty-slxth street. Virginia Hough and Clairlo Feldman, who had long envied their boy playmates for their ability to enjoy such badness as Is In herent In boys, resolved to be bud themselves. To this end they shut themselves up In Virginia's room and proceeded to be naughty. In fact, thiy practiced swearing Just to Bee what would happen. When they were quite sure that none would overhear them each pro duced a slip of paper rontnlnlng Ihe swear words and fired nwny. "Bulldog!" suld Virginia. "Cigars!" was Claire's reply. Rut the celling didn't drop, and there was no earthquake to swallow them up, and the two resumed ihelr piny, n trifle disappointed nt the tame termination of their badness. Cleve land Deader What! Rub a Kiss Off? At the tender age of three mascu lino conceit had gripped that small boy with a relentless clutch He had kissed s little girl of throe, and she wns rubbing ber lips vigorously. "You mustn't do that again," said the boy's mother. She doesn't like It. Just see how hard Bhe Is trying to rub your kiss off " "Oh, no, she ain't," suld the boy. "She Is trying to rub it. In." Not Uncommon Fallacy. "Why do you Insist on Investing your money away from your home town'"' "Well," replied Farmer Corntosse, "I've got a good deal of local pride. I have, and I regard the people In this here township as beln' so smart that pone of 'cm Is goln' to let any real bargulus git nwuy from him." Where They Lsy. A physician, finding a lady rending "Twelfth Night." said: "When Shake peHre wrote about patience on n monument, did he mean doctors' pa tlent?" "No," replied the lady, "you don't And them on monument, but under them." The Lingering Kind. Young Lady Ouard, will I have Ume to say goodby to my friends? Guard Afraid not, miss This train leaves In two hours uud a half. Sa cred Heart Review. Kindly Repartee. I refused him because I want n Bhusband who bss known sorrow and icqulred wisdom. 'Tint, my dear, If you had accepted him he would soon havs met your re quirements." Awful Moment. "That man-eating Hon glnred at you lust before you shot him?" "Intently," replied the scientist. "He appeared as if ho were looking me over for a pure food label." 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