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The St. Joseph Observe
N ii J VOLUME XIII. ST. JOSEPH, MO., SATl RDAY, APRIL 3, 1920 NUMBER 31. 9& L r l( W Y v i I DEMOCRATS ARE READY FOR THE GREAT BATTLE Have Met Every Issue Raised Fairly and Squarely and Completely Refuted All Charges All Voters Interested in St. Joseph's Future Have Rallied Under the Democratic Banners Next Tuesday will usher In the ilnte of the. battle of ballots, anil the Indi cations now point to a stirring day at the polls. During the early portion of the campaign there was seemingly but little Interest shown by either party, but this It now nppenrs was but the time devoted to preparation, and Betting ready for the big final engagement. That the Dtmoer.its have Improved their opportunity and have staged a winning fight is now nppaient, and the returns of Tuesday night will erify this statement. The meetings held by the Democrats the past week, and addicted by such or ators as Strop, Duncan, Stigall, Cla, Culver, Mayer. Allen, Merritt, DuVal Smith, McCreash, and a host of oth- era, all of the candidates making their positions entirely clear; the mayor himself in convincing argument, have mado a great change In sentiment, as the public realizes that It has hcird TliU THUTH from these men. The greatest meeting up to this time was held at the court house Thursdaj night, when W. U. Norrls presided anil Judge Majer and lllch- ir,f 31--' SKlv3 J&- y& N$bff rfUiWEmi TOwi'fciE!l9Ei! 1& '. ?" ard M. Duncan expounded the gospel I ji23 ifJU0 annaij.; thl. together with to a crowded court room. These tilt, OSM of s.Uoon license revenue for opoakers brought out facts that can-jthc iat year of 35,u00 makes a not be controverted, and their efforts llUNDHKD-AND-SlXTY THOl'SANl) will bear fruit when the battle is on.noLLAlt problem put up to the next Tuesdaj. ItcTutliiK the MKrepresontulioii". A resume of the campaign thus far discloses that the first few das were spent In refuting some of the mis representations made by the Marshall men, and the last few dava give prom Iso of turning the attention of the vot ers more cspeciallj to the Incompeten cy of Hlllot Marshall. His Incompe tency Is a fact which was well known to the voters two joais ago. But his itatuto manager In this campaign was successful for a few dajs In diverting tho attention away from the shoit comings of his protege, by using laige headlines In vile attacks upon the premnt Democratic incumbent. In these Hcurrilous attacks, he was aided by both the dally newsitapers, whleh prlnted the Bepubllistn eiiargew, nmlielay thp total permits Issued amounted either refused to print or eUe mini mized the Democrats' reply. The first scarehesul put out b the Marshall manager was to tl cjffent. that Marshall, when he was major, hail left $2,000 In the treasury, and that Major Whltsell, in closing his first term, htu permitted the city to become $80,000 In debt. Hut as time has pascd, the records from the city hall havo been brought Into use, and It develops that Marshall left more th.m $30,000 unpaid bills when the people sent him out of offico two years ago. And the statement of the city auditor pr'nted two or three dajs ago shows that at present the unpiid bills at the cltj hall are barely over $22,000, and should the revenue dur ing the present month equal the ex penses of the month, this will be the MAYOlt WHITSI.LL, WHO HAS MADE filial slatemint of tho present term So It seems that Masoi Whltsell has really put ovei the verj commendable business administration. Cets Maislull Did Not Piico The eitv officials have given figure's Hiiuuiiig that increased costs mane necctwnry by changes In state law and various other e-auses outside the power of the city to control costs which the previous admlnlsttatlon of Hlllot Marshall never hail total more than Whltsell administration, which the Maishall administration never was compelled to face. At the samo time city icvenue has Increased LUSS THAN ONH IIUNDHHI) THOPSANI) DOLLARS. But, lit the face of all this, Ma) or Whltsell, using the same business sa yacltv vvhich has made him a success (Continued on Page Pour) OMIll A MILLION' IN MMIPII The month of .March haa proven a record breaker In building activities. the number of permits Issued for tho mouth by Inspector Semple amount ing to J85S.060 as against )22,405, for the corresponding month of last vear. I'or the eiuarter which closed Wednea- to $1,323,66, as against M7.110 for the corresponding eiuarter of last year. These figures do not.include the stock yards building. ,. "' - THE BONDS NO GOOD Missouri Supremo Court Sustains (lie l'oniml Decision Ilcntlrral l) Judgo VoiitTt, Judge L. A. Vorles was sustained In toto by the state supreme court, when that bodj" on Thursday rendered a decision In the city $1,800,000 bond caso and upheld Judge Vorles on nil points in the controversy. When tho case was submitted to Judge Vorles In Juno he ruled that an Injunction should be granted ngalnst the Issue of tho bonds, and the decision of Thurs day upholds him. This disposes of the bond proposi tion for the present at least, and It is extremely probable that It will for some time to come, as the people of the city are getting otr the war et iiltcmcnt and arc not voting bonds now .is freely as during that period, when almost nnv sort of a bond prop osition could be put over. Sadie Cnlllcotto has sued George A. Calllcotte, who came Into notoriety over lil suit ngall ' Hock Is'and, for divorce alleging desertion. Trank KessUr will build a garage at Eighteenth and Prcdcrlik avenue, that will be modern in nil details and cost $20,000. GOOD. , Ol'Il C'llltMIS 11. IIPJIUY I l'HIIsIDHVT . i There is nut a person in St. Joseph who did not at some time cxpi-ct this citj's only Chailej It. Berrj of the, Maple Leaf, to be president some time and the time Is now hete for ( he is. At the annual election of the board of directors of the St. Joseph, Union Depot Co., held Tuesday, Mr. Depot Co., held Tuesday, Uerrv wan unanimously elected its' provident and the honor could havejyoung efficient state offHal but thls.Nov. 20, 191S been no inure woithily bestow od. C.I time by unanimous consent of all MIs M. Carter was elected, secretary and . sourl demoerriey. Tho general feeling treasurer; I reo r;. Krnsr, supenn - teudent nnd agent. It. II Henderson, ticket t'WADIA.V MINUS ACTIlVi; Unusual activity is unticipate'd In the Manitoba ore fields during 1920 and copper development Is attracting wide attention. One copper mine begun shipping ore In large quantities a vour ago. Ilils may surprise many who were under the Impression Manitoba's re sources were agricultural In charac ter. Billy Jim Patterson, one of the b nrti I extensive) farmers of Holt County w IiIh wife, called at the home of Mrs. K. S. Allen, 301 South 9th one morn ing this week, and asked to look. over the property, which was for sale. Mrs. Allen showed them over the place and rtlllw Tim n ,. !.,.. .,.,., I- ,i ..,...i- iii.o .... ....ti . tltuuxniiviir, ttuwitiu utj OUVllliriK. Ill .... a hurry for in less than an hour after .. .. ... . ... Jwb; uiier me cuupic cuiieei ne nau pur- chased the place for (17,(00. ''w STATE POLITICS ARE MOVING SWIFTLY NOW Democrats Are Gcttinp Into Ac tion With Vigor and Deter mination to Win EDMONSTON TELLS ALL THAT IS WORTH TELLING The Contest for flu- .tile.nawrliil Nomination Is Now the Tenter of Atlrneilon nnd fit. Joseph's Candl il.it e Jiidj, Cliarles II. Mnvrr Is .Showing Strriiglli Not Onlv In TliU Part of the Mate, lmt In other Si-o-tlons Where it Will Help lll Chanc e. Most M.lteriallj Wlieft the (ileal Conte-t Conn's to n. Close. .inrrnripox city. Mh :i (Special Correspondence . With four high clis, staunch democrat" Lieutenant-Governor Wallace Croslv of Johnson county: Bepre"entatl"c nnd former State Senator Frank 11 Karris of l'helps county, John M. AtkLnon, formerly of Riplny countv now living and practicing law In St. Louis cltv: nnd Judge and former Sut'e Senator Charles II. Majer of St. Joseph, of f 1-i dally entered a-aspirants for the huge,, , "'"'' '" "-"""- , ... ... ... ...mention and candidates must imv $10 democratic honor of the uubfinatorlnll nomination, the coining Aiifrut prim, nry promUei to estublWh.a new roe ord for total number of irtvcs cat in the piellmlnary skirmish bv the "Only Itc liable Party." Just which one of the quartette will draw down the bl? prize even wlseaere are hesitating to proclaim at the present moment as each has a per'oml following exten sive nnd active enough to make the start In the huge event an even mat ter for all. Democratic conventions held In Pranklln, Pholp-. Marie. Dent, I'ula'l.l and Crawford .'ountlea in dorsed the- candidacy of former Sen ator Parrls Several well known dr leflder Are ope nly and viKorouslv es pousing the eaue of Attorney Atkin son. Lleutenant-flovernor Crossley has the hearty upport '.tnestrly every democrat of Inhnnn ounty and Judge Mayer is vvlT known and verv popular In St Jorph. Bwne and the upper counties of northwest Missouri .-v .uiwu-r lumi. .-ni.i ,u i.i- , . a .....1 . ..a..n . -.1 Im 1.Iu r..... I. that IS 000 Hebrew voter-1 of Missouri, now-Jn the re publican-ranks will vote Whitsell m the Dabney case, the post boys all went carefully over the j Women Miss Anna Iteed. Mrs. S, for him and the eptlre democratic thre.iiKh remdution going on record ground "on foot" seeking the best n. Se le. men. Dr Esther Leonard, Mrs. ticket If he is nominated He will ' hat end An effort was made by ' path f0i the "entry" they were most Florence Jenkins, Mrs. II A. Owen. dhect his campaign frcftji St .Ioeph Commander Windsor and a few of interested In and as a consequence Mrs. Wl'llam Altehison. Mrs. Thomas Pormer Senntor Parrl'.wih have hl,tni members to prevent the passage of jan ,he contestants had to do, was run f n,ia. Mrs Margaret Blenbar. Miss headiiuarters In Jeffton Pity, anil,,no "-evolution, but he and they were antl PVP mo y, they did as a , Man' Wrinkle, Mrs. H..D. Fulks, Mrs, lawyer Atkinson In St. Louis Lieu- 'lefoated and the rsolutlons passed and stance at the form chart will show. EfHe llolkenbrlnk. Mm Laum- lw-tenant-flovernor CroWbey his not ye t ''"nlshod to the pre. As Major J "Xoilcular's stable connections, an . lor. Miss Margaret Lawless. Mrm, WH announced whore hl 'lied.,uarters "" ' e man who promised I rsCeedlnsly close mouthed lot. had ' nam Norton. Mrs. Waldo P doff. Mrs. will be. liisv Pulling for I.ur.iril and culllvnn State Senator C. if,' Buford, of Islington. Heynolds cottntv will fall asleep on his ey la1 of landing the democratic glorj of IioIiSr nominated for Lieutenant-Governor, unle-w some couraKe'Ous jiartjmsn from another part of Mlmouri gets Into this tourney. So far the sslling lownid the goal Is smooth and being doiw. prolnbly ehteflj from the faet th Senator Bu ford has a senatorial re ord which meets vlth favor ever.v where, and tho reniTal feeding is that so ithast Mls - sourl should have repn wntatlon on the next democratic ticket Whatever opposition there was to John L. Sullivan analii being made the Democratic nomlni-efor Secretary of State has been w.tjtitifawn for lack of support. It now look a- till splen- did honor will again be tendered that 1 '"'""' uenioerauc lewujn-. it uihi hoi really true blue member of the party. ought to file usulnst Seretsr Sulll . van. His record durfficr the years he has been In office Is a deino- rratlc aiset of vast vtc durlrcg the coming camnaien. Tit .defeat Secre tlrv Rillllvnn fni pAnitMtnuMnn evnul.l i be equivalent to killing hc bird which lavs the golden egg. Is the Colonel "We!' ," "Ory" Dodging the prohlbilion Iseue has become popular amoii the aspirants for iiolitiial honors In both parties In the effort to play neutivJl and thereb.v. If It Is possible, win tbuaport of the , f ' .. . , . .1 IthVr1" "" e,c"1fn, H'"le,V'aana"B-Klndfl.-AnlmHl the controlling dry" faot.e In the rural ami 'rustic sections (if.Mi-ourl But this assertion Is Hot trufor Col. DvvKht M. Davis of St Louis, gunning for the "gop" nomination fciftUnltcd States """" iwuiliw ntiun V ". C. I . C....&- T C . 1 Jhe present IncuthbjW tin an ad n an ' Wf firAact u-tilt, rvYArtfa-tVIM. he-opfilnr of his eamoalcn. In Ca Qfrtfimu Sat'"' - m -m WiKr nl -Contlivucdjris. Blht7 khiip st. josi:in .mom.no Co to the polls Ttundaj and vife tills ticket: Major, John C. Whltsell. Trim surer, Ciipt. J, II Weis Auditor. George W. Knl-cr Police" Judge, W. A. Ilarmoit Coiinellnmii, J. L. Mnrhall Coiineilmnn, Matt C. C. 1 1 1 School Dlminr, John I). Harrow School Dlresior. O. A. Zollinger And ou will kes-p St. ,Ioepli moving -tea(lll) and prosjH'iou- I) forward. ALBUS WON OUT Chewed Pp All AnineiinlMs nt the Committee Mii-thur nnd "Pixe-el 'Hm lii-iitj." Never did the silks get su. h ft "chewing up" ns they received at the hands and mouths of the eotton-sock-cd contingent of the pop party at the county committee meeting held nt tin St. Charles llot'-l Saturday afternoon. That the meeting was held behind closed tloor goes without saving an such ort of meetings can only be held under such conditions and while) the silks put tii n fight (or j short time John Albus' warriors held all the weapons and dictated the terms onerous enough. The chairman and secretary (Albus friends) will select the polling place fftf tlin rtrlinafii fr. kA ,nlnt -. I as n filing fee and also rals- J300 for' :r,0f ''I0 ,,r'ra'!?'- n Al,rI" --. . ,ui.um n nnnry iu no neiu anil i the successful candidate will r?ime the' thirty-one delegates to the rongres-' tonal convention at Savannah April 30 But the ep sheaf was put on when the cops in power decreed that on April 7 there will be a voting booth1 kept open from 1 to 7 p. m. at Seventh nnd Menanie and during that period' nil of the Republicans who want to I vote fur delegates to the state con-' ventifin must vote Oreat work' Pour I thousand vote-r in an hour' (iPIIN'KIDIlIC I'O-T tJP.I-. INTO ' POLITICS One of thp n.ir.ii.tui.ha .f ,u nn. ..... .,. ..,.,. - .., in.- . ,.,,,- . stitution of the Veterans of Pore Ign H n niiBli liwtaklns iart of the ornmi?ni,iini Jn, I'oiltlcs, but this rulo was It vimild seem overridden Tue. f da night when that bj Jack Schneider Post organization entered poll- flf nn H. DnmiM .an t.ln I.. ...... -- ..,...,. r.,u- v) I-,..- Idcmnirig the administration of Mayor, '""? , "'" "BnK"T T. , Httle to say of the chance, of this -old",!. H Ad.ma, Mis. Awe. Coffee. JOB o so nform Mayor Uhltsell. and M lhougn ..stur(Jy.. eon of ,5.,, .' jj.,.,, McDoaald, te Anna jtol. the Utter offered Dabney a place !nVrananum, but evMentljr were ful-' lers. Mrs. Joseph Sweeney. Mr Worn InTlfilT Z' P.,y s"Usfle,J thnt he couU1 " B. niehardson and Mrs. E A. lUwka. Into oolltlcs 1m nut lnokeil nnnn with' ... ........ iravo aptrehinsiui, by Whltsell. chal.li.s tipihima.v commits spicidi: A body was taken from the Mis souri liver near Liberty on Wednes day and ii moved to Kansas City where It wan identified as that of Charles II. Tiedetnan. who until a short time ago-was agent for the Jmp t"lerets In this city. He was well know'n In St. Joseph Some time I ago he was arrested. charged with and Is said to bootlegsing whiskey have made much, money In that or- uke to bet on thcee kind, were Just oa cu pat Inn. He was at the time of hlsitim erse of calling for a phytfelaB. sdleide under ir..M9 bond to appear n hen ho came to the fore. In federal court on a bootlegging chars'", for which he was arrested cm WOPIJ) L1UI) OH NOT PLAY The arrogance of a colored me'm bevr of the jjop city committee nearly 'swamped that body at n meetinsr1 hold Saturday, i nis young eoioreet man whose name Is Perry is a soldier' r, a .1 f.m elnA eAAe iknt lih net ia a! il i "" notice at the gop city conven - .(.... . . ,1.1. ...AA.In, 0i.,,vJa. ,V,la I . , . . . . i'htj -ii innti hioi i'i I'uni si nu "- iaiieel with a motion that had carried almoet unanimouitly and jumping to his feet shouted: "Aeci'pt my amendment or I'll reelRH from the committee." Bit IvIND TO ANIMALS WI.P.K The, Humane society will observe week. Airll II-1 IT at which lini m ouster and cartoon .. ... .. .... . . .-... contest open to the school children- of St. Joseph and Buchanan county will be eoru'uotesl. and thu-e oash irle, one of S4, another of 13, and the third of tt will be a wnrcled the pupils who . ., rafj alUfnotorv nosilrtrs. ..i,. 41i ,M , .'.j.. . , .. ij - ic lunicwi's boks. Tho wlnninji; jveips w4H be cwJilfceteJ publiely. I, GREAT EXCITEMENT AT SPORTY DUNDEE The Forty-second City Derby to Occur the Coming Week Is the Pulse Accelerator. THE ST. JOSEPH COLONY , I WAGERING HEAVILY, In Ills Cliaraeteilstlc Stvle Pre il W. Lauder of Till- Cllj Tells of the Mali Thing 'I1i.it Occur ill That 1'rettj Southern Winter He-rt hie Ii (Jiile ke-n the I -Unit 1'iiNc and Stir the MuguMi 1SIkk1 to Mlllr.uc Sulftne-s", Dt'NDnU. ria.. March 19. The "Primary Handicap," a "prep." for the "City Derby" was the stellar rsc i Ing feature served to St. Jonephltes , last Tuesday, when "Oak Tanned" 54 1. "Auricular" 1 S. "I!oneseUcr" S 1. contested for tho chance to run against Whttty" In the derby, for a purse, aald to be J3.C00 00 net iper ( j ear) to the winner. j Drastic. Legal, Wholeaome and AVorkhoufe, were at carded for this evefit but owing to the prriplru it , of their ovvnera, veer later withdrawn liun Hnu flirt umo 11 but select field . noted above. The track was In "great shape" and fairly fast, owing to a combination of weather and the close attention 11 has had for the past twenty-tlve o: thirty year, for as all patrons know "South Sixth Street," after you leave the "Chute" Is a wonderful "straight away." i Aoe-onllng lit'Llttle.Iidiiiiile'-.' Iteport And while we are on the subject of tracks It must be said that this course was In far better condition than tt had been In jears according to the report of "Little Johnnie" and that I the "Springiness" was as It Is, must bo due solely to his effort, for as i every one knows, he was ever a tire- . leijs worker and overlooked nothlnj when tt fame to traces. He has't put In so much time on j them this spring, but their "High, Lew, Jack" state ot perfection Is duo toi f ... I , nis ceasciese enersy. Tile trainers. Joekevs and ercise tne distance through "all Kinds of slusli" and be returned the vvlaner Munsey. J. O. ParkUiseit. E. !. peter at least they carried a policy written son, Frank Vanclt. lmm P. Downey, to that effect though "Auricular" Donald P Byrne L. J. Kawtln, Charles who U a wise old owl and likes to, a. Ttuddv. W. P Mtnaiui... IhchIi give the boys a few thrills save them ! Plenty, when he laid In behind "Bone- setter" for a short distance, then eenterod out In front and won In a walk. Snvcel Tlitlr Heart Beats The prevailing price about him was 1 to S and Porch Climbers, Bridge Jumpers and Sure Thins; men who ja(j jle iogt (t would liave looked ' iike jatl hosnltal" had sot ten ln - to action In the players enclosure an4.p,n now on to the far future i I It would have taken some time for,Bm w- The latest move of f t their heart beats lo resume their jSllha In the uw famous April ' i normal function. j primary, was taaeie on W4iwr r Uedley Bam, sbjnaluted his return ! committee meeting was e I to the pig skin, by putting up a "per-, ' the outsiders to be held at tT s . feet" ride on the favorite, far super!- Prancte hotel that afternoon, t or, to the handling given their mounts ' consider" the work of the n f by either of the other boy. .'ni, Tan.i" .cu.ni u,,.i "Oak Tanned" i ' , ,,.. .1 1 .' anil heavy headed" nf nv cu mv, Iwt and aa chin showing didn't 'auger' well for lib ehances, many of ks backers hedd. Tlic MMcrlniis trnnser An amusing Incident occurred a few davs H-ler to the race, when "The Mjstc.-luue jitraiwer'' met "Bl Ne4" on -the street and. accoated him with that familiar euestton "what talk , "": '" ' """ " ,v" """ " V.....A . t .t.lf .. l.U .I.. ......-, . aeiouMwsM Immediately "shot back" "why It "Bonesteer" in a walk, a i In. h that this grand specimen will lowei the , reooreJ and that from theo on It will be all aver but the fheu-tlajf." The Straajmr said "fcw much have vou pot that says sof" "Bis" wIki left h44 garter wUa t. (Cemtinaerd'oa Base Ut) ' ' i.irr i:i.i. iivopcii ai.o.vi: St. Jiiscpli bus now I'liiemeil -nfiiv Ironi the vvnild war per ils! nnd a great indii-tilal eiit now lies iH'frni the elt. M. .lovf)4 In now in sPi: XI (OMIi TP.XT llMS f.XDPK 'Illi: M.(.I1MP..VT OP 'HIP I1PM OCHTIC Iin'Y, who have ml minlste-nil its iiffaiio vvisclj nml well. No gissl biilne man mak es e liauues In III it I full-- when THP.Y ltP. lMtOsl'I'HINfi and 1 a munlclialltv I- noihiiii; eviejit a big bu-lnii-. siMiiHtlin. ami hi 1 povinietl hj the wime laws. The moral I- LIIW P P.I.I. PNOI (ill I.VII Pleet the full IHIMO CILVIIC TICKirr 'lin-dMj ami rollou SO P. VI) III sISI'KS MITTIIOI) TWO SETS OF DELEGATES Will fio Hi the Joplin Co'iventlou H a Itcult of the Deiiincnilh- Pull- ventlon Held Sitiuilii. As a re-sult of the Demorratle con ventlon held at thr rouri huu-ee on last Patunujy there will lie two new of delegates sent to the loplin cremvet I tlon. which body will pb k out the r - I onUtle( to ,. TMn wiV tnAnf.T tor whleh Mer , control there will goon nettle t. Uon The flrBt of MfKlltf , M IP n,,etlns, pr.Wed ove C- A Uuddy, aa chairman to made cj. Women Mrs. If. A. Owen. Mrs. S. I It Selectman, Mrs. D. V. Johnson. Mrs. II. L. Dennis, Miss Mary William", Miss Nellie Keardon. Mrs B. J. Crouse, Mrs. W. W. flrav. Mrs. a. lllcket-wn. Dr. Esther Leonard, Mr?, T5. W. Ozenberyer, Mrs. It. E Culver, MLss Hlla Hamilton. Mrs. J W. Pealc, Mrs. Tred IVnton, Mrs. Jesae Roberts, Mrs. Prank J. St ever. Mrs. Pred Hot kenbrlnk, Mrs W. B. Polk, Mra. A. O. Zollinger, Mrs II. D. Marshall. Miss Mary Ilineman Men J. II. McCord. T O. Allen, 3. h. Davison. A. O. '.alllnger. Tt. XI. Davis, Qua llolkenbrlnk, C. P. Knrlght, Cd Clayton. C. n. Berry. T. J. Lrsaaht, It. K Culver, Joseph Oarvey, A. B. ' King. J S. Lucas, U. J. Dyrnr. William ' II. llrlnton. Itobert Mumford. Elbert tpcinrer, Homer Iloman. W'miaBr'BM'- 'ton. Gerge G. Slarmer. W. II. Shee- man. The other set of delesates selected at the convention preaided over by ' Jaaxe n. n. Culnr Is mad ud nf! , Men Harrv P l .uen xiarry r. uveroecit, a. cj. I -v. xuuuy, t . I- ' Sweeney, Dr.U. W Oseiibrger, VU 11am Qerlmrt, James Marnell. Thomas Kegan, Fred llolkenbrlnk. AustiH. needy, William Itunten. Thomas A, Matney, It M. Duncan, J. W MeCM ley and Melvln Duvall. "ALBUS AM) HIS HOYST WON AOAI.V Tt'a no use for the regulars as IS SllkB eal) themselves, to go up aUKt "Albus and bis boys" for the lattt r 've them on the hip both coming ai I iCO'ns and will have them that wi r held the Saturday previous. Wh (s were raustM it mi fousd iH w. i. .i .i.-.. -.--- -. ... ..- ...- v. tee present, and as twelve are reejiv esl to make n quorum there was ns meeting. Then in desperation a cam. ttilttee set out to find chairman par nett to get him to call another meet. Ing and at hurt report ihe oosnmMJei was still hutitlug for him. 1 . And u to the time of this wrjpW John Albue and his boys" haverUvn other crowd down and will heJp them there for they fad.! the -vvMft han1 and know how to H&U IT. Mrs. Margaret Hayden. widow f be late Michael Haydea. died fHUpt tr. u a L. anawdsafi Oaas ear tmm la ffont C ta Cti' W Taeaaav Mtrftt.