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The Farmington Times
The NEWS or i mi WEEK ! i rument i l ond 1 .i. aud t. I I oi, si, udent hlstoi y being : i tadi i ii i ll Mm ' l nil. Ala., r of un being in u , ne tic live Into candl lie i W II I roi epn s. ills Hi li i inly tin I let roil cat ,riiiid jury to answer me cnarge oi Jterjury in connection with tbe dyna anile consplrai trial Kfforts oi State t' ptroller Wil liam Sohmer to obtain from Hen Dan n : 1. sii kl s, r s a., retlrett, an geroillillng lor certain funds paid to linn b) Hn state .is rbalrtnan of Hie ' w York monument commission batt ing been unsuccessful, the comptroller lia- placed Ihe matter .11 the hands ol An rip ii te tai Carmody. iio:ii aw,- fishermen lost thnlr llvei it. .1 .-to: in which swept the Pi am luguese coast, it was statid by 1 1' oi s w ho real In d Lisbon The t numbered 100 small hosts, with wi aggregating iinpcroi Nlcboln tbe Ituaalan li Hit.' men - ami tin- members iperlal family arc determination of 1 brother. Brand Irovttnh, definitely 01 gn .-iiv iil'scl by II tin emperor's onl uk Michael An to H nounce hi-- rights of succession to the throne. 11 M Anerbacb of Chicago, isuj Princeton graduate was sentenced to life Impriaonmenl al Jackson. Mich, for the miirdi 1 of his employer, Mar ry Planer, former Chicago promoter, fisher was killed while hunting Willi Auarl h at Baldwin, Mich., and Hie Befendani claimed the killing whs sc stidi ntal. Mrs Lucy Oliffltb, charged with poisoning her husband. Kdward tlrif Bin, was acintted by u Jury al Hen ton Ky. A bill amending the statutes SO that persons divorced In Vermont and mar lying again elsewhere, may be prose cuted for bigamy if they return (o Vermont, was signed by tiov. Pletoher, A special grand Jury to hear now nvldettoa against Attorney Clarence Dai row. alleged to h.-n,. bribed rs in tbe McNamara trial, will ha HI led soon at Loa Angeles, Cal., Hi.- rcqunai of District Attorney l-'nderlcks. jur I mi Judge litrlcl c tbe federal ex., ordered 'tis writ Col Gen. David revolution ol violating iters iu Fort I' ISCUS ucllevi r - en bolli i uul can Ural it -.' daclon element i id aLtml elect.,! rican , III '(I ut cause ' I He Will ii ma. res of unal dy of id upon tiumeni un .ill I I eari other addn Irei ue i mm ' village ol H o, uui aud ., f II post alio by r. uittub, it 1 1. 1 oi met i idge l. i bonum In Id Ih" llai nette acquitted Klbi nber 1. oiih of i hi false the Pah Waab hank.,, I , ."! meters (approxiinatel) ei i Tie- night lasied ll i. scoudf and was worked i determined nttempt will be punii h criminally 'he ofliciala . Thai made I,, h negligence lor the Springfield express Ictobt i .'. was on Attorne) d'ilesjmi ui ope. nis along the aheii. i, are threat- soldiers, aocordlng be Cologne Qaaette is added that the paniig to leave tbe . nrm ' He. I bl 1. I I', thai lie llllle tbe in n uai ion .-ll the mas J, Bt from Kmc Victor Kmmanuel American amhaaaador, O'Brien, who preaented i Prealdeni Tnft, The lord lleutenunt 0! tborlsed a di ninl of thi the Irish crown jewels, stolen from Dublin caatlc ireiami un report Unit myaterlonsly in 1'IT. had boon replaced, forty Ihouannd poorly elan refugeea In Balonlkl are facing starvation and destitution, aecordlni to an urgent ap peal lor financial state dcpiirtuic iii aaalatanca sent Hu bby the American oonaul, Prealdeni Tnft announced sail for Panama December enact thi' canal He will r tie Would ;i to in turn the last day oi ihe fear. Prealdeni Taft'l plans for a Irlp to Panama advanced to a point where Decembei 11 was tentatively selected us tbe date of starting a latter received by Boy, Wood row Wilson, presidentelect, threatening him with denib unless be paid 16,000 led to the arrest by federal official ef thn woodi hoppers living in (. huts al Cord Mine In iron mining set tlemenl adjoining ih. town 01 Whar Ion. in Morns county, ,Y J One thousand miners In the Baal Ohio coal Held Struck, and 17,000 mon I may follow this act ion came .-.fieri an uiisueci.SNi.il conri'D-uce of Iii days between miners ami operators, Djevad Hey, councillor or the Turk lab embassy iu London, started for Hp Unitad states to take up the name post at Washington. He was one ol ! the most popular diplomatic represent j Stives in London. Mrs. Frieda Trost, who was on trlfl in Philadelphia on a charge of having j killed In-r husband. William Trosi was convicted of murder In the Urn . degree. m DONAGHEY PARDONS 360 FROM PRISON ALMOST EMPTIES PENITENTIARY TO SHCW "INIQUITIES OF LEASE SYSTEM. OPPOSED TO LEASING SYSTEM Acts to Fort- Lagitlaturt to Grant Reforms Would Work Prison err. on Public H.ghways. He S.iyi. Little Rook, Ark. tiov. broke nil pardon records by 31 '". Htate convlcti and 44 vk U I kMiughty li irdonlng mnty con- nssnge ilslntu which next almost r spe iei of i lend' I cotu mg termi ibuse of toe new oughl tbe since I l for lin age eotn let lea te system. says: I l ol n be m"s trnor to the liiblli no fen, not dun hat to 11 danignod creating B new just anil Iron d lor the oholl n and herenflnr I on the public li and on ihe condi' bight slate'i reducing I ho ten- Ill brought abot nenl I e for i pardoned ffi Individual! " le to light matli such a of an OpDOU a plan. I have in the penitentiary 316 Tui ks Sinn Three Warships. hi (I i e, k Its "t has B Un even' ii. leal in a battle do Turk boon I lust Diy Strike in Paris -Tbouhands o Idle throughout rr ine. the .'I hour strike call leaders as a protest at strike was onlj pain ns nuiny workmen n the orih r Miatlatoa Batheri Anadnrko, Okie W mlsiieio, from th hi France. workman were a a result of il bj BoclnlUrt tinai wir Tha illy successful, Fused to obey Hanged. n gathering brnnchea of lipped and a a irei , ibnrlc rope that be pend himself O Boy intended from Un In US.' to --1IS- linihs bt camt breaking his etil w in. d neck. '.bout hiiu. Emprror Has W' Cough. Haul tsck a 1'. fore t Ion, old "f - hnopl! king dlapni In- was pi vraa Princi OSl- tirs Alsbeig Sue-reds Wiley. ihington, President Tafi named, rl Alaberg te succeed Dr. 11. ir t, Wiley us chief of the chemla ireau "f the departmeni of agri e, ami chut admlnstrator of tho Ih 1 vev 1 culm pun 1 ood tan Wilson tn Name Washinrtoii - I'resld pounced through Sec re Successor. lit Tail an- lary miles that tin- iosi of amhaaaador to un it Brit ain, mnde vacant by tin- death of Whitelaw Reid, will not be tilled by him. Loses Life In $80,000 Fire Bellnlre, 0. The plant of the Valley Enamel Works at Shady near hen-, was destroyed by lire, Ohio Side, caus- tog a loss of (80,000 Clark Morris night Wntchman, was burned to death Americans. Reported Dead, Ssf. Washington .1 T Little and l-'rod Bailey, reported killed in Bonorn, Mex ico, by Vnqul Indians, have returned safely to Cnnnnea a dispatch receivaB by the state department announced, 25 Dead In Train Crash, nftme-.T.... n..r.,, ,.. bii.-wi - - " 1 ,11111 ins scrimi-dy Injured when an ex- press train anil a freight cams to- ge'tn r in a hand-on collision between Cntanla and Messina Fifteen more died in hospitals. Gov. Wilson Returns. New York. President-elect WUaoa returned front bis vacation trip to Bermuda. He went direct to his home in Princeton, to he on hand at the state bouae In Trenton for the regu lar budfyt oi state business. ' Congressional Notes ' I NEWS sf MISSOURI I J 1 1 'I llepe t of the laat of the I Ivtl was "disability statutes was indorse d liy the s-iiw whasn an amendment of fered by Senator Johnatnu ol tlubama Ui ill. omnibus elaini bill was adopt ad Thr leaver agricultural edncaiion ex- ensmn bill passed b.v thi b us.- waa entered favorably reported trom Die gafntta committee on agriculture, mid iMnlnilily will be pre ten ted to the sea- ite -; v u, XI w Mb a Demecratli caucus of the bonen will be railed Immediately after con Kress reaaaemblea .lnnuar . to till onaaniltli '-ac ancles Expressing: ' h.- opinion tha' the Mwapupi r publicity features of the present post office law were embodied In the appropriation bill for thai to pertiuent ai tbe laat leaaion of eon- MBI as a hastily considered rider." Repreaentatlve Luther W Mott of Now York Introduced a bill to amend tin- maoaure In many of its moal ob Jactionabh detains. The bouae committee on rlveri nrd harbors nas deferred temporary 'be project! for tbe Mlaalailppl and Mia. souri rivers and other project! invar Ins a large outlay of money, fier the i mailer project have bean dm poaed of ihe Mlaelaalppl, Mlssour and Ohio riven requests win be debated. Imports nf luxurtcf into the United States during October w r. probably the blgbeal on record Thi bureau of foreign and domestic commerce of tha departmeni of commerce and labor eo- llmntea 'hat I it-tries nr.' coming nun ibis countrj at the rat'' ol gi ni oo I day, and Ih i mnnns nf fuxurieg win aggregate i50,0(M),(ioo lor tie- cal endar y s7 IMS. fter one lull week nf hearings hy . t ill.. In iiil w Titers le lie !. black eye thai w.li away. Thi p hav.- b 'he form of suggesth ' New V. given hot soon the cure ,,r evil ..id in the so-calli d money 'rus An understanding for a recess of iiongreas lor thi cbruttmaa bolidaya from December 19 until Januao a was reached bet weene senate and house leaders The latter adopted a r soiu- ion to that effect. More than ta.unn.non derived fem sales of pro pert 3 taken from owners ,n the South ; be repaid to by the terms house hill passed by 'lie 1'resident Tnft expects to send to tbe annate i.iriy in January thi nom ination or Judge Penton w liomh of the court of claims as chief Justice of I ha' urt. succeeding Stanton J. Peelle. win retire Repreaentatlve Kami Introduced a bill in tb printing $60,000 for a eminent building ai Ka By announcing he w mitting to arbitration t between Ihe I li. ted Stl Brltuin ov.-r ihe exeml 'an constwis. shipping canal tolls. Senator Slo of ihe committee on fo reflected tb.- appuronth VI iiri ippro. imversy id iir. at f un rl- Panama Missouri n latlong a) I'lele tin of of majority of politics nators, Irrespectlva Olle of Ihe saatative l. elect of No duce in the all loiirih el on a salary of lino Insl tarn Then pre--nor- ntro- l hat rtl li lions.- a hill prot Idln a s poatmastera be placed basis, with the minimum id of Hp- present fee sys- nre thouaanda "t fourth- , class . than Cev postmasl' r: w n. and reci Ive whe $400 less year ban 11 1 at I the , and 1 the K t mi lit . Miss reservation In Kanaag un Mi tinhorn 'links I'nited Sla'es should oa'ii this be used fee mil- brida outright, to Itgrj ami public purposes B) a VOle of I 11 to 101, th- Ol representatives refused in in the resolution authorising quiry looking to the purchase I government or Monticello, tha I gin a home of Thomas Jeffersc bouse coin ur an In- , own. 11 in Kepreai atatlvi .lefliTson Lev) ol New York. The appointment or Car ml Thomp son, President Tart s former secretary, ss treaaurer of tbe United Slates arag unanimously conBrned by the senate. Congress set Hie machinery In mo tion lor the inauguration ol WoodroW Wilson as prealdeni ol the United States on March 4 KeaolUtlOttJ wera passed by both houses proposing ihe Creation of a joint commute, pj make arrangements for the Inauguration, Sp.-aki-r Clark promptly selected the DOmtBittee that will represent the housi Hn appointed Kepn-seniatives BttCkei ol Missouri and -tiarrcti of Pannes see, Democrats, and Rnpra aatatlve McKinlay or Illinois. Repnb- , Ucan Mr McKlnle) was manager ol the Tali preconvention campaign. I Die Indian citizens of Oklahoma c June 30 last bad on deposl in the United Statis treasury. 8S,444,4tS.lT, ; i'ln- aggregate deposits ol all Italian iuuus in ine ireasur on in. 11 cat.- .as M4,51S,SSS.SS. These Bgurea are taken trom a fiscal staienii-m of be Indian rlbea, transmitted to the house by Walter L Meher, secret4try of the lu erior. Keprnscntntlvo Charles C Bowman if ihe Eleventh Pennsylvania district was nn ana tad by the bouse b) tha asssage. I5.1 to 111, ..f a resolution do ilarlng that corrupt practices had 3i en naed tn u- . alnnttOB iu DilO. Four CI u lies Consolidate. Alma The Presbyterians, Mntbo 3:," Baptlata suid membari of tan rTirntiaii church ol Alma decided to Bite in one congregation and support a. aonsectariaa chun b. Separately, neither o( the lour arai strong anougb in keep up an Institution, ll the de gominatioaa ill lie represented on he governing board, and all sectarian ngrhinga win be avoided Membera will have their choice ol procedure. Baptlata, for instance, win be im- nterw d. w hile those who do not favor immersion will be allowed the form sf ooremon) thei desire Jailed. His Wife Runs Paper. Bprlngfleld While i D Coff man is ra Jail on a $im fine Imposed by Judy. Alfred Page ol the criminal court, his wife will bUS) herself publlahing the Kan 1 1 rove Times, a newspaper pule Uahi ii ai Kair Grove, a email town sis teen miles northeast of this city, of srblcb Coffmna is owner and editor i tiG uutti attempted to oottact an ad vertlulng account with a shotgun, Ha refueed to hire an attorney, stating 'hey Wauled tC Chggfjg MU tl". and be entered a plea of guilty Ha ue olarea he will no) pay his Que Taken From Hoepit.il to Wed Moberl) M Btaabi rry. Mo i 'ora Jenningt was married to Ane ld whom she me! win n oglled to thi At nurse the lather of it The bridegroom's leg a railroad accident ll St. ly, and us Ih. date fo- the pair be was (ill rly in the i cburcbi w In as perform already hail been fixed , boapl of thi ddini it iii utiug Hindi Hp Banker Held ton, -John 0 ati r banker, v hearing and i thi rnei' inary ' ll , bad his ' l several l.!llck to the justice's office nod climbed siairs wlthl u' di,' i ulty. Market Big Turkey Flock. Bedaiia A Bock ol l,ZM turkeys wen- driven nln Bodalla from the I nortbi u lern pan or tbe county, a iis l twenty-alx miles The hinls d over IH pounds each 'I'ln y d two miles an hour, and on 1 1 av account ol frequent n-sis. twenty hours were required to make the jour in y Tin- lurkeyt were sold to a Iii cal poultry house at IQtf. cents a pound and brought lip ir owners near ly 13.200 Elliott Major Spent $3,165. Ji Hereon C'ltj h cost Elliott W, cording to his sworn penaaa filed with slate. He paid nUI and watt h fobs. 1 tor Pillions for printing, ."iijn for post , i; 4" for lithographs, f i 1141. ami thi remainder help. for clerical Seeks Release of Boy Jefferson City Louis Nick ol' Si Louis, applii d to Judgl of ih. Missouri supreme eon writ or habeas coi pas to get I.e.-, a boy of IK years, oil! 01 Itentlnry with a i.-w bating him 1 rnnsfem for hoys 10 Ho- industrial Boonvllle. SI boo! Commandant Ordered to Fort. I'oltimliia Lieut K fry rarmei seme le pi,- reporting at Cheyenne, Convict Railroad t-romoter. Rolln Kiheri E young w..- ,-ot, vlcted ol forger) by a lury, and his pun sbment was assess- i! al two yearn 111 the ponlti ntiat ) li a as charged that Young forged the name of Karl Dlntmel lo b note tor the sum of $100 Young promoted tbe Arkansas ii SJiill Hallwu) company, wblcb It chartered tn build .. line from Holla to ihe Ark anaaa line. Churcn Honor Founder. Holla Tin fiftieth anniversary ol tin- organisation or tha Methodlsl episcopal church m Rolln wna cele brated Tin- church was organized in no :' by Rev, P B Hoggs, now or turn ra, Mo, and be preached the sermon In the morning lu 11 retting Ret Oeorge J Hunt, the paator, preached and reviewed tbe work of the church for tha Bfty years. Man Who Died in Hotel Identified. Springfield A man who dropped dead in the lobby of a hotel lo re a lew minutes aftei bis arrival was identifies as c h Mitchell, a lumb. . man of Bentonvllle, Ark BoonvilleHas J75.C00 Fire. lopviiie Plre started in tbe Clothing companv sum- bam 11 lor Vic and I destroyed tin- sus-k of a hoes large slock of clothing. Th and .1 total da mag a 175,000, ance is conaervntlvely placed 11 partially covered by insur Sunarcd Pills Kill Child. N -vad little daughter nf Mr and Mrs. Henry Dour-lass, who live easi pan of Vernon county, died from eating sugar coati il pills under the impreaalon that they were candy. PUDDINGS ALL ENJOY OLD AND NEW RECIPES THAT ARE ALWAYS IN SEASON. Substantial Oish Composed of Lean Meat ana Kidneys Steamed Fruit a Dessert Delicacy Orange Cream Also Favored. Meat and Kidney Pudding. Sift a quarter ol a pound ol Hour Into a basin, add a piiirh of sal: and one level teannoonful pi baking powder i then put through the meal chopper a quar ter of a pound Of suet and mix It in, ruht'ito; it Into the Hour with the lin gers. Add aa much cold water us will wet It. and make H up Into a iitifl paate, then Hour tbe baking hoard and roll ji out into a round piece scarcely ball an inch thick. Then Una n buttered basin with 'he paste, then cut even round the edges Mix together en u plate one tablcspoonfttl of flour, one leaapoonfu of salt and half a leaanoonfttl of i pper for sea soning Cut one pound of lean meat In thin slices, dip them In the ai-a-loned Hour and place them lightly in the basin, split one sheep's kidney, skin and eul It in thin slices, dip them also in the flour and put Hu m in the howl and pour In one cupful of water for grnv) Wei the edge of thi paste on scraps ol pasi the dish; plai the bowl; roll out the B large enough to cover e It on, press down at I sprinkle r. Utile Hour Now dip a pudding; ik water, tin it tightly nd plunge the pudding Oiling wati r. then boll UI-! It' move the cloth pudding onto a dish. Steamed Frun Podding. Thn ' eon full ii Cupful Ol mo ol soda, one one. halt nun nut poonful of and one I airs Orangi Cream Podding. Two big tnblespoonfula of powdered ii- ap- gela- tine, one cupful nf boiling water, two cupfula "f orange juice two cupfubl of whipped cream, two cupfula of sugar and the yolks of three eggs Dissolve the gelatine in tie- boiling water, then add the sugar, orange Juice and yolks of ggs. hi at all well together, then add the whipped cream Pour into a wet mold and turn oat whin firm. Ues'. Way to Wash Window-.. There Is a right and a wrong way to wash windows done on a dull sbhv on wind dry streaky, no may be rubbed, should be tin tlo sun i; to they the dc vashi d iiroftiili with warm water to lllic li a little nmmonlu has been add ed Soap should never lnj used A small cloth on the end of a pointed stick 1.- a very valuable Instrument Hie dust out of the corners. Vlndows have been washed wipe Hu 111 dr with a ton cloth It is never good am 11 cloth, as linen will -al amount of lint on tho it the windows are thor pollab them with tissue pa newspaper, aid Here and There. A good, sweet sandwich tilling Is math of dates ami powdered sugar. To make baked potatoes dry and meaty, lual when potatoes are tender, put a fork at hasi twice Inn, each le ca ; rr mixing pancakes in a pitcher of Hp- bellboy shape, one that an egg beaier tit.-- 111 lite, ly It is much easier to pour directly trom tin- pitcher on to the griddle instead of ladling the batter out of a bow I Celery and lettuce may be kept frestl by sanding the roots In cold water and throwing over th. m a damp ninth or dry laanila paper They should, In-fore using, be washed thor oughly, soakeil 111 ice water and dried on a towel in prevent the sas oven from get ting mi Hn- when broiling put some wa tar In the drip pan Greeting Cakes. Cream together a half cup butter, and one cup sugar, add three beaten eggs, one cup of milk, one cup washed and seedeil raisins, dusted with Hour, thro, and a half even cups sifted flour, two teaspoons baking powder Mix al together gently Hake In small pairs In quick oven When cool, frost In white, and when the frosting is Arm, decorate each with a loop out line framing the greeting, "Merry Christinas' Sprinkle the greeting anri edging witli sugar, which will readily cling to the wet frosting and shake off from tin- dry frosting li givcB an attractive -frosty" effect. Harp er's Haz-r Home Hints. The linger marks on a door can be removed b.v a clean Manuel cloth dipped in keroaen oil; afterward nipt with a cloth wrung out of hot water in order to take Hn smell away Dingy towers may frequently bo re stored to normal whiteness, by putting lr kettle of cold water, adding white soap shavings and lemon Juice, and let ting come slowly to a boil Hlnse In tepid water, linn due water, and hang in the sun.