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AUUftUIXQm ITnW 3TX11ALD, TXintCTAY, NOYlMBEJt It, 1911.
REAL STATlSTiCS ARE MMN BY y.s. ei CwhpaftrW ipftM Ok tke Wktti.a CMtrMl tkn ft Last THrty Yaare Givn Out. Washington, Xovi l. The director of the. craou toaood today & prelimin ary" stalomsjif of tho Witttv and Mgro population, nt continental United ettlitrV, as (mown V tho return of tho thirteenth decennial ceiiiuc, taken at of April IS, Thee figure hsva Worn prepared under tho sopttrvMon of Mr. Wl'lMam C Hunt, chief ntntletlcnn fur population In tlm bureau of the census, and' aro subject to later revti Jo. According td the return of the thirteenth cansua, tho population of continental United Watt (that l, ex cluding Alaska, Porto Itleo ami other outlying possession,), which wan 91, Ht.itt In 119, In sub-divided a to color, at follow: White, 81,73!,S7, or , per cent: nvM, 0,S3R;3II4, or td.? iter cent) all dtHtr poroons, (In dian!, ChlnfW, J0, etc.), 411, tS5, or 0.4 per cHt. Then figures for 1910 are compared with similar r.Ri)rc for unth of thu three preced ing federal censuse In table below. At each succeeding federal census horn considered, tha whfte papulation hu constituted h snmowlut larger percentage of the total lobulation, Willi a corresponding1 drcruusu In tlx jHTttiitiigy for t!m ntaro population. The v.tItv now constitute (.& jut rent of tln total population, aa com pared with .S per cent In 10, whereas, the negroes now consilium only 10 7 per cent of the total popu lation, ai compared with 13.1 per cent In mo. The fallowing table shows thu de- ctnnlnl Increase In the white and ne gro papulation of continental United State since isle. In ftgurlng the In crease from 1830. the population (117,18 whltea and U,63 nrarora) (peclally enumerated In Indian ter- rltory and on Indian reaerratlena In I iio la excluded, na UntHar ft i urea for 1SS8 are not available. Incrcaie In Whites Ilfcade No. i'SflO-tils l(,0S3.!)ll ISSO-ltfiA 11.707.011 ma-tttO V..11,B!0,9S0 lRcraiK in Nnroi Decade No. 1909-1910 &4,ee UftO-10 , 1,143,31 1M0-HJ9 189,547 13.8 There been an Increoae. In white population aloce. I960 nf 14,931f4l, or ir ccni. aa romiMrea witn nHit'iimnra iw inn mm .-nnn-n h. Increana In twgro populntlon of 991, 100, or 11.3 per cent. The exca In tha pcrecntaga of Inereaae fir the white U. t courae, due In part to the large Immigration of foreign-born wiill durliiK the decade. There W pracncalty no Immigration of negroe. U he poaalble, however, to detcrmlnn 113 rterth Sfteead itrew. Ufirmlaaauly wltat tho Increase ot tHat of Ohio, City of Toledo, Luc the whlto peoplu would UuSSi heonj County aa. npairt hom Immigration. Prom pro-1 Vrank J, Cheney makea oath that tlmlnary tabulation the centua bureau n senior partner ot tha firm ot h nacrtalnd that of the entlr ' V J Cheney A Co., dlHg httatneM number of foreign horn wMio peraoiH ! the city ot Toledo, county and Who wetr enumerated at the thlr-!' afereoald, and that hM fkm teenth cfmwa. aboat 6.99.W. or S? wiH nay tho utn of ONK HUNDRKD fef 4t, wert reported having earn to (M country 4Kce 19a. It thla numher hi dductNl frsm tho in tee In the Whit ftoptllatfcHi,- the ht-' tP tKin Wuu, lax Ihnfi lilDM MO Iftftead qf 14,923.491. while the per'.;1" m meence. t ihi th day ot Da eentuge of Increase hi nut iiulte 15 i6m"r' A" ?! per evnt, ln4ad of ,313 per cent. Thl ftgure, 1ft ar cent.' hi fairly oom parable with the 11.3 per cent by which thu bhko Imjrenaed, alnaf each percentage may be accepted a rprenllnK approxlmatoly th niir ural rate of Increase that la, the In creaao reauttlnc from the cscCaa ot birth over death. Of the total' population of tho aouth 1 iri 1910, the whjte coiMtltUted 49.9 P cent ami th nra 3S.9 imt cent, n compared with 67.4 and lt.3 per cent, rewpectlvely, In 1980, and wMh t.3 and 3f per cent. repetKely, In 18S0. The gln ainctr 1H In the proportion of th? white popubMInn ' the KHirtv I Hie retitt kr8ly of higher natural Inortata among whlfi than negroea, aHheiigk it hi to 4M4a tx4ant due to tho migration of hp griie la Utca outaid4 the Hilh. Neither Inter t4 mlgrallun nor Im migration from foreisn cmintrlea haa fciWed very largely to tho white popu laMon of tha south. The natural Id create of Die While population In con chit'rahly higher In tha couth than it i In the north. Dunitg the last deende, 1900-1010, the whlto poputatlon ot the aouth In crraved 4.03S,OS or 34,4 per cent a cow pared with an Increm ef ;;,. 411 6r to.i per cHt, fof riptrw peculation of lh aouth, Koi Dm remainder of tha cowntyy ou4lj of the amtth thert b beeM n ineraajM in wfeMe tMpukUien Uirl h decade ft; t.7,SM' M 11,111.- or 31,7 wr wm.V natro penwl. tlttn euMf tM.Mi ham grown from mm vwm, 14 nwf cjMtl to ji.4 pr a4, A alrdv atfrfdlnajt, H racvn of the while petMhttfcMi n the north aajj wm(. W lahftlyilinimiaad lay for- ram mmtrmymf m inr or the nr iftUUn In tWt of iianrtM from Ha "th, t 4w4ii nf wnft aal aMKMt, nftlM- h)aVn ot the )ti hHW; fft-i iUnt in (xAauaea, althaturfe (ho mrtlH In 4j fas a 1-. tAAaatMt , ggigAgg a 1M9I andf. ftMkiu, that In Waat Vlr- nnbroail aawiaitMi a atuktiy iigr HtKriloa of ti total kriwaUtlon tn lo. ta lt( nrWltiJ)r ft liiil nf tlir mlerdtlwit 41 nrnrifa f rim other . In avary aoutharn atate. with tha tttwjaii f . W4 Virajlnln. AUnann nd Oklahoma, the whltea had ft feller rate of Increoso than tho ne gro. lit Maryland) KftWlgy and Tenaeo ass thero Km soon atom It an ac tual docresso in tho ftombcr of ne gro; and in Pebtwoco and Virginia there haa been ion" a H4it lucre) In negroes, namely l. rr cent In each cnite. These are all herder states, ant) the facta rtnyik AenMie dun lrffly to tho mhirotssa, of nnre from thote at a Ira. ornV,,,oerhp, to the more southerly bul more particularly to at a lea entirely outsldn nf the Mouth. The filN MantlkwiM of (fee tn In (ho rat(lV rtnrtfcWa of thrt Utt rac In the aouth csnnos ho definitely stated until more comptoto statistics nre svnllable, irrtekry thoae how. inn tho Interatata wMmMnti nf the na' live born popU)tlfi. BUNDS COST MOST IK ARIZONA HUT CuniitUtM Tell of IxpSMH Incurred in Siiter Itaie Ut Sercttry ef State iH WashiNgton. Waahlngtorfi, Nov. 1. llroea bapda aro material factor In political cam pnlinia In Arizona. Tho charm of atich muxlc haa been known to aepirlng pol Itlclana for yearn, but none hna been na frank na Henry P. Anhurit, Demo cratic cnntlldalo for mmator from that atnie. Under tho new publicity Ir.v.' ha Informed tho atwretnry of tho Ben nto that he pnld u brAna band MO for "keeping tho uudUini-e front runnlns na.i U)i, I applte at I'hovnlx. i:. It. Hlinontoa. 8octalbt, In hl nied hlnti'tncnt nf nxpoiui- eaya he puld nut (S.&2 to promote hl candidacy, ft roIiik to Die campulan fund of hi party, Cu cent to the notary before whom ho executed hl report, and S cents for poatnge to get It to Wa)iln ton. K. Johnon, who makea affidavit that he. wa u candidate fur "Mnllnr from Arlionu on tho "Soclaltil" tick et, ay, ho apent no money In hi campaign. K. It. (VXalll makea a report which howa hu had proareatlvo Ideas. lie paid 1 for two banner which were inruwu to me urecxra of Artaona. na jaUo paid 13fl for band hire, hkt total cxpcndHure amuntlnx to $910. Pet. I Kuburb H. Ivea paid out for adver 23.3 tlalns, muato and hall $!!, but 2),s other andldatea, Including DlefMte j,7 Cameron, report that their campaign I were conducted without expenao to pet, lhnv 11.3 1 Krem, their atatemtnta filed with 1 8.0 the accretary of the aftwte It appears that It cort Kcprecentatlve W. A. ,Jonc f&l3,6i and Itenreaentallve .Carter Ota $1E8 to cIb( In the atorahln In Vlrg4nta In their effort to take control of their party oriranlM Don away from .Senator Martin and ttwaneon. Ker the heei MtMk) liwaea In tke city Mil nfcoua Na. 3. W, 1 TrlmMfi. DOLI.AKB for aach and evry cam ot Catarrh that cannot be cure by tho hn ot Haifa Catarrh Cure. THANK J. CHUN NT. Swarn to before me and iuVef lbd A. W. 0LKA8ON. fttl.) Notary PuMts. Haifa Catarrh Cra ta tnken inter isaKy, and ata dlreetly en tha tftted nnd mueeu mrfacee f the ai'atem. Hend for teatlmenlahi free. P, 3. CHKNKY CO. Toledo, O. Sold by all drM(4, 7ic. Take Hall's Family Pllk for eon- ftT04MCO A fcWIBE IN TRAMIT. SnwntfrMJan "Ret TofW" GH Wor ry for Han Wurhn,ar Hare. Kmm City, Ma, Nor. 16. The "rod tpo" of the Unittfd fcHtttea lm MiMtln rcffukithHMi hn ennaod th tft4)Wft4A tfd of ft HaWiTte& AlaWA iMMl ahMat hreken tho HH f a (Mrawui WniWtio. In AinVHtt. 1910. Haa Wwr aanniger wiled front Wraawaa, (tor MMtky. Km larger of Wren an wvet hH n (feed by from th dk. Hn hd pronwicld to tend patr hvr when ho wr eatnhliihod in thla country. WtwachlnsKir obtained ork in Knmiaa City with cho Orcen Mom- lain DiHtlllory company Ho Id now thok Oerninn corroHpoHdont KrV let Octoiior ho ncni f' Koan and hj waa to lanti in now i org, pt to Qnlvpslon by xu-amor and t, miaa i'iiy uy rn. ygjfiay fHI nWI y ao lanucn in (inrvewiw. H unocconiu.iH.iCd him ctwhi gf aok mtWi HootlHli, Tho lwtrHllon ajnViitti any that eho mull; m hck lo 4ofmaw HnloDk her (neida coma for kr, Mm (otaffraphod lhe. Mann liHiaW Ma- way ia uollco koMitwr riopiM to got advlco from CH, , Mom, Tho captain roforroei Ww. to a. A. KoJe:, ImmlgrothHi aifcf4r. nwgowolilniaar live at m Woot WMMeaMh at roe t. lie tot on lo VJaHTry Hooa loo day too aritvo h Itf hy k CM M 1 Of hi food, tho wot oon mt , coi aajMaalggadgntiBW ajaaU IVt.' M. BL vH Vogfos aaTnPl'oTa"nTO fr irraj akN kca or wonton ovor 11 yen ao MjMo' for any favoMpifatt Motl4 roa poo tlj avtl INrvtoe lait iboMom. Ta Itos how' Ott Oaus ooadu Uy to your tfuri. tjine.-wlritg fbf or ir(.o- invri,. wrno uwjum, viv tM Ucoond, KbreMntiUVw. of. In BSiMVM RHODES CHOLAR 1Y COMPETE ON EM New Xulinf at Oxford Mak4 Fottibk tk farMat0H of American Students lu Athletics. (Awaociatcil PrfcN letter.) London, Nov, IS. An nitc limit and not thu length of reatdonce at the toller or unlverally from which they reglnter may mow be the rule which will regulata the eligibility or Ithodeft uhu)anr ror Oxford athletic team. At prePiit tlm rule I that no ath lete I qualified to gain tlio coveted half or ru) blue by reprcwenttn ox ford on tha playing fluid, nftur he ha completed four year ruetdenee. Home Ithodea xcholar havo already cotrpleted two or Hired year n dme foreign or colnnlul unlvomlty beforo reaching Oxford and through them Inter-varally play tend to develop Into a cad of men vcrtu boy, In conlderlnB thla evil the autlttrltlcn at find thought uf ruling that In tho fu ture the rour-ycar rule Hiould apply tn ntu iinlifrltt ni u'l.lAti tt.A tor.t-.nl. Ur worn In attendance, o n Rhode man, wno nan neon In college three yearn before reaching Oxford would only be ellglbla for nno year'a play there. Owing to the difficulty of de termining what eonntltutea a honl of unlvcrrtty ntniidlng thl mdiitlnti h: ' p tTrnT.f.j Tho plan now inoxl favored lit the xiibatltutl.in ofnp age limit and It I believed that be foro long a rule will be adopted that no man more than twrnty-flVe year of age may rcprrtent either Oxford or Cambridge. Thla ruling would till give the rthode cholara on ad vantage nf two year over the- tu dent matriculating from United Kingdom mhootr, Tho new aubmsrine cnblo tele phono which the Ilrltlfh poetotflrt- l laying bitwcrn thl country and itel glum I eald tn poae speaking propertlea markedly auprrlor to any now in exifteiicc. Ktghtcen month ago considerable attention wo attracted to tho new Anglo-French cable, whleh waa the flrat aubmarlne telephone cable to be fitted with what are known tech nically a "leading" coll. In thhi cable at Interval of one nautical mile throughout the whole length, thero am Ineerted nerlee of four coll, two above each other, the electrical effect of which la to Increnao the capacity of the cable by anything from 3S0 to 376 per cent. Thl cable, which hx twn circuit. wa of an ex perimental character, and, so much doubt having been expreaaed an to the feasibility nf thn coll, wa de uluiicd ao that tho "loaded" coll could bo cut out of use altogether, leaving It an ordinary telephone cable. Ho eucccMful hna It proven, how ever that the designer of tho new Anlo-!iclgtan cable havo provided that the "loaded" coll mut bo e ent!al for It ue. II)' doing thla It ha hein poailble to reduco thn weight or tho ttiKUlatlon front 300 tn ISO mo ml per mile, and na gutta percha la ucd uxcliMlvely, n conuld ernble aavlng over the coat of the Anglo.Krench cable will bo made. The heavy rain which have brok en tho exceptional droogKt which ha prevailed thl year In Kngtand may havo done morn damage than good, according to report made by riumer on landlord. They oasert that the long drought haa played the part of a longu talned earthquake with tha heavy rain acting aa the final ok-ake. Ho aevere haa haa been tha aetlen on many building that the repair bill will equal tho rental for the next two ycara. The shrink of the cky and other kukwdt ha been wa great that In lemo place whole otreeta ot hetMea hwvo developed threatening crack, drainage ayoteHUi havo been dHK-raonled, and building Inspector are having the buatett tlmea of their career. Tho damage to tho ILondon suburb ha been especially acvere. There haa noon a wholesale eliin-l-denco In n number of llerdfordihlro village, and soma of tho ttnest old homes In the clay dlnirlct of tho Midland nro threatened with de otrnctlon. Architect and hulldcra at tribute tho disturbance mdely to tho anrlnkage of (ho aubutll, which I much worce ori the clay aolt which normally tiont tno mnn wuier. nrnernt rean't I left that Dr. Har vey W AVIloy ehlef of the Xlureau -of Chemlftry of the United mate De partment of Agriculture waa not ablo to accept tho Invitation ot tho Coun cil of the Pure Food and IteoHh So ciety f (treat llrltaln to preside at their national congresa to m nen lro next March. Dr. Wiley la well known in England both tor hfa ad vocacy of pure food law at home and tor hi uttendnnce here at nu- iiurou congrraaca ncid in connection with applied chcmlatry and food ad ulteration, It I hoped, nt tkc coming congrewi, to formulate practical oropaool for tha ttandanrM nc ft fond ainffo. for tho dfftwttion of what nro legitimate and Hkg4ttMit manunMtMng pro eM), for tno pranor dajdHnatkin ot food for ant, ror tho eodtfloaHon nf oMHur tows, nod fori the entraH- tion iti Mm work of inaonotlow In tho. J"Po gJnlWftmC IWMkfJe 'Mm aAOMy wtli ohoom'ot to nM loont n sHonr IstdssaHv oroornm. 4t ajovorntnmt, ne onto fora of hwsdoh wtH oook to iorre4. tho ou , to nno grown up on accoont of too food ondr ms Isciom wrMnT oncy wtdor teewl auirtt' Uo Son novo aon of the loeal f IMortMM hWOM I Mil It 4 ob-m n low in a d4, liltor la several pUcea. w 11,1 " TKigillntCfl tiio tjnvrl,n, promote AAa ulitaat OaatfiMiMlllli. mkVslaal tSiM !Hotle--boon, KtirUlsio. Ak yoOr PILES ganw Lv Kt YkaA Lanaal.dktdn 4" iiuK$ikn niMi. rniii. wnoiL tmm om. n mum MM. iwiii f am. 1Ti or four i tifa C Monedy Co lJilla. W.Va. RADIUM CAUSED A SEVERE ULCER ON SCIENTIST MysteriftHs Radio-Aotivity Al so Causes Madame Curie's lingers to Become Sore and Fainful. (Associated Prefl loiter) PurlH. Nov. IB. -Henri ib'tneou I Jtifft now tho votiiio of (lie limlilouahlo world. Ilia liotuto ioom at tho ttur. iioiidw r.c.iHnK omo hunJrnir ts nflni tor Willi aocioty wonioit who niiucoito Into n foot nf hard 'bench botweon xtulcntH of the university to hear hla philosophic uttornncci. t Thn nppenrutico of tho lutla wrtltc- haired man causes a mtiritnir of greet Ing and oxpectnlloii. Ho walks iiulckly to hi viacc, sltH dawn behind tho tahlo, fold hi hand and nwalia tho Immediate! slienco. Ah hu upcaka hi tiluo eyes shlno with an extraordinary brightness, bin faco la tllutnlnntcd Kinl thl llluintiatlon accma tu bo reflected In tho face of hi liotcucri for hi word nro n call to hnpo and nctlon. Ilcrsaan toneata and dovclooa tho Idea that tho cupacllleo ot mind, tho, potential poaNuiiiues oi an individuals aro tho name. Tho diversity among Individual he attribute mainly to a lack ot Individual effort which may arlso front a variety ot qaiuo, cere bral derangement bcimc an Importnnt one. I'rofcaonr Ilurgaon, enunciate a startling theory cnueornlng memory, which ho describe u In an elhcrlal organ outxldu tho bdyk Hu likens thl expression or faculty, .to n top, the point resting upon tho brain, tho body belK aliovu and oulidHie hraM. All fxprrlcnce nro registered In tho or gan, nothing la forgotten. DUllnilUcs of memory arlco Irum tho condition of tho point ot the "top," tho bruin, which refuses to function normally under tho command of the will. "Hoaiory," ooya Itoritoon, " no mnro Insldu tho liead than tho music ot all thu great composer I Insldu tho piano. A ptaeo la an Instrtnuvnt by means ot which a musician may givo expression to musical composi tion according, to tho capacity of the musician and tho (luiiHty ot tho liluno, Th brain, Ilka it piano, can he played upon and ;ndo to expross an Infinite Number of memories." V. Itecotterel la nllll ri!?-atilp aftoctcd hy the otrnngo powori of ra- uram wnion gavo mm inn sortou burn on his breast nomo time one. Ho had carried a tttbo contolntBg aovorai dwlgtam (tho voulvulnnt of a docl mam I about one and one-half grain) In hi vent tiockel for all hiwira .luring two days, Tho tuba was wrapped in paper anu enclosed tn a enrdboara tax. Ten days afterward the lliiwlrjaua physicist perceived that tho rwllotlons had pawtcd throush 'ho tubo, and through his clothing producing a red mark on hi akin. Tho ouot grow darker nnd cloven dnv Inter an ulcer atitteareil which launlp.t In a ,lav I...I ha left eJfoct. TlMt was the Srat ex ample or the uetruci4vn imwor of tho ray upon the living cell. Madamo Pitrln' flnsor UI vtl.h sko haHdlo-J tubes coiitatnniig radium comuiHaiiona mvo at iiihos Uecoino hard and whlto and most tMUnfol. Tho. skin felt oft and after n new sltln had formed and tho womidn nni llm t.nln. contlnuo from tho ,ii)stcrkMM radio. active rayi. previous visit to America; Charted iiunoHiwr, naa Rnno ro Amorica with a new canvas, "1,0 )n!ottlcro,' for which ho was nwnnle ' a prlxo nt the Salon ilea Artistes Ki iiicali recently. lkfliauor I n popnlar llgitre In tho .Vtinlpamnaso Quurior. and wr to ho RCCH nightly seated at hie table nt "lvcntte'e," the enfo InunoriHIiscd hy nuuvri i niovenson wnero American art ftudonts tako iiner dlnnor colTco. Two Kalian electric enninoers llr. ins n Franco, Hlgnors jteWnl and i oni, nnve devised an npoargtuo for HxIfiK I ho direction of wlreteos eounos so that vcssola approarhin; n cooot t night In u foK, cM)claMy so that they nro not nb'o tn take beorinaa liy H4tulouca and conflguratloiM of too hind, many calculate whore tkey are iruM loHOfoal no es souHood from two oooro ototdtin. Tho receiving Instrument eoua bo K4otl4j m that the dtmtien ot (ho x4tttni of sound dn.Sssip wHnin K ffiKr4r ef a compass et (no to- aMa of too sounder Two rrnn syarnsneiii wHI set up t'troo or. enowiMont and thu h'ovoeseo and Ksjiigno ro to M son oft roeolvera "Bosui's Ototment cured so of so- iw ifMi non annoyt'.j m tm pure wa per Ifm. 8. W. atatlltew. 00. liVHfjr 4fUtlcs. .Ho. noosWl IE S WANTED BY FRISCO AS MANAGER Cub Star Threatens to ?lay Outlaw Ball Unless Deal Goes Through With Coast League Teatf. ChlcflKO, Nov. 1G. President C. W. Murphy ot Die Cub received n tele gram yesterday from Manager Frank" Chance at Ocean Park, Cal., stating that tha flan Frnnclcn club ot thn, Pacific coast league wished to secure the ervlce of Pitcher Orvul Overall, who haa considered the gold mine In which ho and Mordecal Drown aro principal owner preferable to an net Ivc berth with thu Cub. While Manager Chanco exprecd na opinion no to the desirability or uch n deal In hi telegram, ha statod ho believed Overall would play "uutlaw" ball on the coait If ho did not land with the Han Francisco club. Overall made n recent trip front hi home at Vliulla to 8a it Francisco and it la now surmised thl visit had aoniethlng to do with present development. A telegram of Inquiry to Han Fran cisco laat night brought the reply that J. Cat Dvvilig, president of tho coast club, hud left for Chicago on baseball btisliiesN on Monday, expecting; to re turn by way of Toxna to attend tha, minor i..gu. mu.-tiiiK nt Han An,'tdlo next w. k. I'rMidwil Murphy decllniii) to ay whether he would ho willing to part with in era II, vho la ot no vnlUu to lh club o long a lie remain n cold miner. Thl. hu explained, wa l fiiuiie Overall I under auxpenRloii for fnilur.. to report and would have to eeeure reinHnicmeut from tile nntlonat fomiiUfolon before bring eligible to organlsud bnnehall. Kveu If Overall were reinstated upon hi own appli cation and then reported to the Cubs, waiver would bo necessary before ho could go to a minor league. Two club alwuya liavu been underotood a unwilling to waive on Overall. Hut It Overall won't play lu tho cnt and Han FrnncUco want him, President Hwlng no doubt will try upon hla ar rival tu uncoil the technlcalltlca and secure the former tar. PrcHldent Murphy by a chance ro mark which may be accepted for what It I worth, Indicated that President t.yncli of tho National league may hove smooth nailing at the annual election In December. Asked what were tho chances for Lynch holding hi Job another term, tho Cub bos replied he had heard of no opposition. Furthermore, Mr. Murphy hna hcen In uany communication with President John T. liuati of the (Hants during tho latter' stay In this city, a tho hit ter ha brun using the Cub president' nutomobllo In his afternoon rldtfc about tho boulevard while taking treatment from a local piclallst. Mr. tlrush la enough better so that ho ex pect to return to New York today. During the latter part of tha sea son, opposition to the rc-elecllon ot Thomas Lynch as president of tho Na tional league appeared to bo strong, but slnca the end of the season muc.n of thla Inutility has disappeared. Club owner who In Heptembcr wre against I.ynch'a re-election, have relented, and It now looks Ilka he wilt be olectcd to succeed hltnsctt without any great opposition. This I Lynch' second year n president of tho National league, and he ha done about as welt a anybody could In the position when thu hard ships he had to faco aro considered, One thing Lynch showed most em phatically, and that I he wilt pro tect hi umpires and Insist on clean baseball at any cost. Hcorex of com plaints were lodged against hi um pire by manager and owner lust season, but whon the tatter saw that hco protest weer never considered by Lynch thoy stopped registering their kicks. The umpiring of tho National li'aguo nt tho end ot the season was much more satisfactory than during the first half of the year. ''l3u von warn tlnnMrnt In vnur nf- fort to break your uncle's will In ....... ... .2. - ... ...... which nv ihi you oniy ?su,uuut "W, I won out easily." ' And how much did you finally get?" "After paying the lawyers 1 took down 13,300," Detroit Freo Press. SEALS SEALS I SXSK SEALS ALUMIJfUM POCKET SEALS rw CWnotnlkHtK, Notarh'K ami l'i4o e insula tu our own Miop on 4n iioUk Ken u iir onki fin p4hk'w. espSrTojr. iwtyiyturiiNL AI. . Hi M. CIV OVERALL 4mWWfrHmm4ttMtt't'H You can save money as well as your good health by drinking Glorieta Beer in preference to any other. None more pure and wholesome. Just try it. 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