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K7 THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 20, 1908
THE CAIRQ BULLETIN. rabllihad Dally sad Band by tie BallsUa OomraiT at 7M Okio Btraal. PboaM M. Subscription Rates by Mall InariMy OMkT)a idTaaci Oa yea. Dally ui Bondy MM Subscription Rates by Carrier hj earrtar, onUlda of OaJrol -M BMWll -WO S DMBtl Notice to Subscribers a. .VTST "ulr trow by rapontiit part ot Banian, v 4. t , . . ntorod at ta Cairo Potto flic u lacond-clMi Mall Matior. . - - CIRCULATION STATEMENT. LEGAL DECISIONS- ind auy cost of reconstruction. TODAY IN HISTORY Average number of complete and perfect copies of the Cairo Bulletin printed daily aud Sun day during the year 1907 2116 1771 Average number of complete and perfect copies or the Cairo Bulletin printed daily and Sun day during the month, of April 1908 2028 April Circulation. I.. 2036 16 2048 17... 2n,8 18 203 repairing the damage, for the contract tt9ttttXttttt9.lttttttttti uuuvt, nnu n 11113 worn was jioue wa? ?J 1 i' "'J luruiuiiy urawn ami provides I ay nearly what the contractor must do to lenuer tne newer inlet safe. Kvcnl assuming that the city's inspf.ctor was not as careful as he should have been that did not absolve the contractor I Re,ease of Person Arrested as Sus whose agreement and bond to do the picious Character. A prisoner was a work according to specifications,' etc. ,'m,',l ' a police officer on suspicion ...in 1 1 . . . ,.... .1 win iouuuess stand between the city ul " lu l,u perpetrator 01 a grave crime, nut. Instead of being charged with this specific offense, lie was held merely as a suspicious character. In A I Mill vs. Smith the Court of Appeals T of irginia. in Southeastern Report ei, i,,, n,. , that although an officer may arrest a prisoner on suspicion, h iuiisr. witnout unnecessary dolav. take him before a police justice, and formu late a specific complaint informing aim ol the offense of which he Is ur cuscu, and, such course not having been pursued. Tie' was entitled to his Forestry Prdbfe Is Great and Must Be Met by Peonle m of United States By (JIFFORD PINCIIOT. Chief of IVatiuaal Bureau of Foraatry. 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 9...... 10 11 12 13 14 IS ..2044 ..2030 ..2036 ..1930 ,.2040 .204.3 .2(143 .2034 .2042 .2035 .1958 .2036 .2030 .2036 19.., 20... SI... 22... 23... 24... 25... 26... 27... 28... .29... 30... ....1995 ....2036 ....2045 ....2070 ,,..2030 ....2035 ...2030 ...1015 ...2017 ...2030! ...20f.S . .2001 May 20. ltd Albert purer, celebrated pant er, horn. Pled April . lr.v'ti. m...... .. .. vuuiiii 01 .Massachusetts an mined nun people declared reb-M ,, UM! oli naheas corpus. els by parliament. 1773 'Declaration of Indenendeuci adopted at Mceklouburk, N. C. 1781 Rev mm TRADERS GIVEN J SHOCK OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Cairo, Alexander County, Population 16,147. Illinois, Wrongful Ejection of Passenaer. In ISirhinghuin y.. Tht and Dower David Dudley Field. Am- ;" vs- Ie, to Southern Renoi-ter eriean clergyman and writer. P'J. the Alabama Supreme Court hell born. Pied April 13, 1867. 'hat the offer of a third t..rs,.,i ... ...... Rev. Antoinette rtmu-n n'fi,.b. I the fare nf r. , . .' first woman ordained as minis that she has aireadv nni.i is .i" ter. born near Rochester, X. Y. tense to an action f,,r .,,-,..i.... 18,'S Capture of the IViho forts. Iidainfiff. bv .-illnainr, .i, .... ' French and Sardinians defeat td the Austrian at MontebeUo. !S7')-St. Patricks Cathedral. New York City, dedicated. The above is a correct statement of th clrculaiion of The Cairo Bulie tin for the year 1907 and for the month of April 1908. . . I CLYDE SULLIVAN, .Business Manager. Biography. Oscar (;.. Murray, president of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad conn,:oiv was born .May 2tt. IS (7, at I'ridgeport Conn., and was educated in the pub. lie schools of that ettv liiu ,.ii,.i t'airer dates from 1872. in which voar no entered the service of the Calves- tan, Houston and Henderson railroad as ticlet agent at Calveston. He re- would have acknowledged had not made it. that rshe Subscrlbed and sworn to before I"11'1""'1 wi,il 'at nmd until lsso. ris Te(imAi.,, . I-. . . wo.M.ivjij, ul uivorcea wife as Ground For New, Trial. In the cas f Mate vs. Sargood. i;s Atlantic R I'oiier. .11. detendaiit, a married man as lonvicted of crime. Subseiueul tne conviction bis we secured r llviu-ce. thereby making her a compe lent witness for her former husband , .f. ... 1..., . , 1 . . 11. 1,011 men nioveit tor a new trial u t.ie ground of newly liicovered e i ieiiee. hut the Supreni,. Court ,,f Ver uonl held that the motion was proper ' overrub'd. me this fourth day of April 1908. LEO J. KLI311, Notary Public. The Bulletin la on salt at tha fol lowing places: , ....... Coleman'ay 214 Eighth . rt'raat. , Halllday Housa Newa StanaV Blue Front Restaurant. nig in tne service ;intil he beciim iei,'..fu ireiiu and passenger t-gent 1 Hiring the next live vears he orcu r ... NHtl a similar Position v with the c.nlf ! 'dorado and Santa Fe. He next went I vim the Missouri Tacifle lines an I ,1 1. . ..... . .."11 mi n- 11, in,. , .Kicinnati. n, i:im ipolis. St. Ixmis and Chn-ago mad. Ii is.- ne necanie second vice president "f th Baltimore and Ohio and fron llS3. to 1899 he acted as rceiver o Things are warming uu In the Re-It,lat n!"'- A year or two ago he wa Ti,Ki;n.... 1., ... . . f ....,.. ...... .1 r .1. . . i"""""" B'loeruiuoruu contest ju tnjs f 'i uum iue ni si vice presi state. The light is evMenily tMwt'nf to the presidency of the com- iiov. Deneen and ex-Cov. Yates, Thcrl!lllv lntUM 1 . it. . .. . ' J ' . . ' .fc,1""" mui me louowing snot into ne rcrmer's camp, which hA can- f ? "",naK"'' Becms to regard as iirtkua;-!y good: "I . would rather ive the church bells ringing out Ver Pin liralrl.'S Ilf ttlo atnta r.f Tin iofs, for me, than all th kettit f drums In the back rooms of Mltlea! hnuu,.. nh.l , . .. I A 4 r... i , .. Jliat Bounds good. And yet one doesl Marion. S. S. Marshall was nominated not have to back so very far to find the 103th ballot, over .lohn pmtg! ne ex governor trying his level best! rty and Judge Denning. 10 organise a few "kettle drum" corps In Chicacn . .1 .riiiTotiow i. tiw. ...... r-i . JAPAN AND U. S. AGREE 2uettion of American Rmht, u,. 3"- inn Been Under Discussion Fnr o,t Three Years. The present destructive system of cutting1 over the forests will result in the total logs of our resources within the next '2o years unless sonu; very rigid laws si re passed for forest protection and conservation. It is for the jiirjose of talking over every detail of a viKt plan with the governors of the several states that the president called the congress of governors, which will meet in .May. So far as I know this is the first time in history that a nation has undertaken to make the host pos sible uses of the foundations of its welfare. The people of the United States are ut length realizing that they have a country out of which to make as much or little ns thov r,l-n If requires three tilings to make a-nation people, institutions and land. Heretofore Americans have reasoned that they will always have their national resources. This same sort of Jogie played havoc with the resources of Spain, northern Africa and Palestine. Forestry is to be a hig proMein in America. Katlier, I should say, it in a hig proMem for to-day. to-morrow and for the future. In the Vast the timber is held lar-o.lv under private ownership and the stem we !,, taken to replenish the timber supply in our national forests out west will not make up for the wanton ruin that is being done east. The forest sen ice is endeavoring to co-operate with eastern timber owners in .wry v.ay possible to teach thorn economy in lumbering; to top the diminution of our resources that will ontaif additional dki'ter with relation to it, e.Te.-t, upon the water supply of our rivers and the purity of those waters. . Ho,u'u,r ri-i'1 l!,( r-J' may consider the administration's forest 101 ley to be. it will be maintained MEMBERS OF NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE SUBPOENAED TO APPEAR BEFORE FEDERAL GRAND JURY FOR HEARING. as to Investi- Mayor, ORORGE PAlWONi? .. .. Clerk, R. A. HATCIIKR. Treasurer. THOMAS K. MAHONIOY City Attorney, FRANK MOOItK. Catnptroller.. ERNEST NORDMAN. Police Maidstrate, A. J. ROSS. Chief of Police, M. S. 13ACAN. Alexander County, Population ' 22 46. "miy i terK, JICSSK 15. MILLKR. Circuit Clerk. LKIS n. DAVIS Sheriff, FRANK E. PA VIS. State's Attorney, ALKX. WILSON. Coroner, DR. JAMKS McMANUS. County SiMierlnten.teii.l i.r t- PKOF. JOHN S.WDKR. vr8T?,r a'"1 Treasurer, ntEI It NEIALia. Board of Countv Comm.. .rn.. J. J. JENNELLE, Chairman. OEOROE PARSONS. UK, EDWIN J. OAUSB. V..... . . . ... 1 oik, .iay :. I'otton tradin inter. Kts here were given a iiio- nouueed shock today when it became 1,-li.v,. .. .!.... , . . ""I ui.u iorty-six .members of the New Viirk f...,.... ,.,....1 . . . v.wii.v.111 r.MiiaiiKi' nan neeu subpoenaed to appear Ix fore the f;, oral grand jury of this district. "line no official statement i I u.f iiurpose or kooik of tUv MiiKiu count he secured it is stated 011 excellent authority that it has to do with the case of Edwin, S. Holmes, who was dismissed in nmr, ,,.m t)l(. associate cliielship of the bureau or statistics .department of agriculture ""V "T 1,1 "U1 1''l repertiUK BKLT I IN R cara dne fa, l,.,, " ' " " "-'i nervice agents. One of tho aims of the government now, it is believed, ts to obtain addi tional evidence with a opening tlie case and aeiive prosecutions. IL!.??D CAIRO ELECTRIC BTV 1 , inn cars ane u tv MiHHuut m ut troin a a. in. 1 1 1 n ",rJ' "Oil 1'OeiRHT. LINK-vfloloofc A..e, View of re- point that lias been gained. And there is another very important MICHIGAN DEMOCRATS Will Hold State Convention Tomor row State Centra! Committee Seats Contesting Delegates. , ' Are, ear AT.. at. ft:67: 8.!i7! S:4'ir :R7, . . ..... name uinuu.. ..V- . "" .ntertus upoi, ,. ...i,i.Mmn .J, :; and f.d a. m.aurt on tinw mlu J-pl Ht. car,, (1UP fa, pM 8t. Mafv " un,"ilf "" 'ln,; Sioi,d Ht, rMi on Ckitumxrcial -l'i no a 1 1 salnntM after l'ln CAIRO IK 1854. 4 4 September 13 the steamer Cham-. .or arrived rroin xp oh, .mm i,..i i Wr,..l.f ih ,.. . . ...nii- i'iviwmco 111 couri 01 miu several cases or vtiru.- f..i..r v.. 1 - ..i 0 oisH-i, uiuiucr or -wiie in- unc udiim rant ttwmi ...i -i,...b . .... .1 -il v. t.ll, v I' J l "m:uvtt im m Iavor anJ cause you Kirby. After leaving Cairo the Cap .. 1IUU u 6Ulll buuuhi tain uieu,, wniie the boat was on It uiw miu evidence .presented In this I way to SC. Louis. case nan tor such a verdict?" This, in I i substance, Is the question asked by : , the prosecuting attorney of nearly every candidate for the jury in thr ' Ford murder case; and the answer is 1 always 'a more or less positive -No." It is probably as truthful an answer t as could be expected from men under i , such circumstances. They may all ; think they will not be Influenced; they .( may all want to do what is right bv , the. people and by the prisoner at th bar, and try their best to do so. l!ut , tnat man has not been born who, if he ; .-be at all worthy the title of man, will ; ;'jitot render some measurr! of respect ; ful consideration to the wife or mother j or sister in whose an.vioes face he f sees a constant, earnest, tearful and j prayerful plea for mercy not for her f iB? "t fur the loved one by her side si Men with will poer strong enough to resist such a plea are not usually j; found on jurira in murder cases. The , attorneys for the defense, if they are competent, will see to this: and" it is another of the Inexplicable inconsH tencies ,of our jurisprudence tha . jwhile a juryman Is V required not H I iPermit himself to he biased in hi Judgment, for or against the prisoner the law permits him to he subjected .to Influences which,: in the verv u-x tore of things, tan have no other r jmlt. The .. trustees of the Free School .ave seemed the services of Dr. Cold veil as I teacher. The school was to Jegln Monday. Oct 2. jviom and howers. of the Mammoth -a .vim on section T.i, a.lvertise tlr best' quality of poplar andcypnss 'umber for $12.5u a thousand, and tin "est oak at 15. Raymond's Pavilion of Amusement .i-;w n.l 1 ... 1. . ... ".iiriiwi to snow m ( airo on Jctoher .,th. The Fakir of Siva, the vorld renowed ventriloquist. Madam'. iCliznbeth. the favorite .lanseuse; and Mons. Kendall, were the attractions oors open at half past six. Tkk. -.s in cents. The Times announced James (' loo of fiallatin county as a Candida;, or the .state .senate from this district. The November election passed ofl 'lUietly in Cairo, W votes were cast Marshall ( Detu.) for congress had majority. I'okio. May lit. The negotiations tweetl the Cllited Statos .-oi.t I:,,... dative to conventions which shall so ure protection for American conimcr ial intertsts in Japan and Korea, in ludiug patents, copyrights and trade larks, have just been brought to wha' i believed a satisfactory coiicli.si,,,, 1'he papers have 1,....,, t , rom Tokio to WashiuirtiiM i. hoped the final igurs will , ..... fended. Tlie question of American rirhts h ,, h,.fi ut.. I,, i. .ll,, 1 M.-.M011 jor inreo vear nd the American ambassador Th I. O'Kricn . ..1.1. ii. ..... 1.. 1 . , 1 ciot-'i 1.1 a len ot dai.anese officials to tl.,. natter, and since then has had num. r 'lis conferences with ti...... .. " '. ill. " 1 1 II T n : (suit that the two ,.,..fi.... 1 "hed what, it Is understood bot'i ides regard as a satisfactory ,,,,., iieiit on all points. BY-LAWS ARE AMENDED Railway Telegraphers Will Tal.e in Telephone Operators Who HatiL'e Train Orders.. Do Women Love Scandal By BERTHA V. O'BRIEN Lansing. Midi., ,av i'i.,ui..r . three hours session tin. ti.,,,,, .1.. ... 1M..1 i.iui l't! ntral coinmniee tonight bv a v 1 t , . . . r 1 o , . . . . 10 .. seated in the tem porary orgatiiati.-n of tomorrows IVmocratie state convention li,..(. ,,n delegations which carry prima facie evidence of regularity. This action seats in the temporary organization :" i'uu-campau d-tegat! m from Wayne county and m contest with Kent county seats the delegation Headed ,y f; ttraud Rapids. The state central committee to nignt chose A. M. Cummins of I.; sing temporary chairman of 1 Invention. Thlrt.foartta Ht. -loeuntl ttt. age H111111111 Pittsburg, al. s to tin "Hill despatch, .,-s. agentf lalmen. who were originally n,e ..rue,- i uaihvay Telegraph i-oig nei.i nere today U" I'.v laws of tin May 1:1. X.itional del;. '.mention of i..,.a,aoh an I hjg iffiiiatci IThe love of scandal ! It appears that so far no one has ventured to rob woman of her laurels in this regard. Iter pa?siou for this tiling amounts to genius. There seem to he no limits to her capacity for itnhil.iug it, no hounds to her daring in acquiring it. Nor does her taste, it seems, nml to he cul tivated for a spicy and salacious morsel. She's horn with a relish for it a relish that grows only by what it is fed on. The world never had so fine an illustra tion of feminine love of scandal as during the progress of the Thaw trials. "(.lory he!" cried tlie old policeman, "who would have believed if? OahrieFs trumpet wouldn't call -out the iron..,-, "i t . ... 1 w .... 1 I. , , . - . .. ."'ii.. ll i -n ,1 I J I I 1- .lOlI OOM I. I tr'l n. I., I 111., r., 1. ... . 1 .i . "("')! i.ou uuiei so us to get in ana hear a story ih.it isn't tit to he published." I know a woman who would scorn to read a weak latter-dnv novel, to whom an afternoon of pink tea would be sinful waste of time and to whom' indulgence in goip ig the depth of degradation. She is CO years "Id, but confessed without a qualm to having fought her way with her elbows bit by bit througlra mob of women that she might secure a "place in the court room during one of the sessions of the Thaw trial. Xaturai uriosity to see the girl who, fame is ho less than that of Helen of Troy, ;ho gir whose brautv and whose daring were the talk of the u-r.rl.l thl cjnid who lia.l lived a hundred ve uhil,. cHll in t.,.., 0.. . -'mh "juvr ik. issu -,i an . u t . :. , . , ' ' u"' r'' the ccmpany prevented 1 eitiaps mit rxpenenre and studv d-josn't eharging . . .ar out tl;e explanations. Judges von t ant whenever a tria of .ad- con- DR. MORRISON DTNTIST Of ro? Commsrelal AviMits. Qannon fhons 7U. Ths ot BrraaklB Itriak u the Woha INJUNCTION REFUSED Non Union Street C.nr Mun w,. . ... w . . "tllllCU to Prevent Chicago Company From Cischarging Them. IS liOTTI.ra it alt ffcad lUra, Urarariei aad KUn.li Chicago, May 1 '.. .Judge Walker in the Cook county court declined to Issue injunction sought by eight lion union employes of the Chicago Railways company to prevent their di Litharge, It w.'ir alleged hy tlie eight men tiling the petition that their dismissal o M.umu nut tin- vnion. and inns much as the cocmpany has a cen tract, under which i,om but union l.iuoi can, tie employed they ask that ' Dr. J. R. HLACK'S MAGNETIC V.YK lV4T7?t ; 1 ., miu, is (jujuicss, nartniess, contains no H)ison, and will cum any caa of soro eyes in tho world Manufactured by J. R RLACK MEDICINB CO., KENN'KTT, MO. t or sale and guaruntecd by For Sale by Harry W. Schuf Drug Co. MAN DO' " X am .tll,r.T k Madame Josephine Le Fevrc ll..Htn lM'rlliiu. - iu(r ItflUHIfl I 'Stf. oy H. u. acouu. amend,.,! organization to 1 vi.lt' that hefore a stMke mav . r "'i'-d lour-fiifths of the vote cast iie "''. iu favor of it. Another ameud ";" a-loi'teti admits to menihershi., 'eiion,. operators who h rucrs. t iaudle train and policemen in Detroit will tell tonuses to be esneciallv discone-erfinT tlmv ottnr upon wo, Hi king to the court room in numbers that re,,, tin special Inu.dli.iir. 'I hey Cht for a good seat like they do on matine. day in tne godd.W gallerv. and they fight vnliantlv. I ve heard women with claims to refinement ilorrv tlm - " '.',1 I 'H' K1MOH . Ol I lie I' lii newspapers to print the stories of divorce suits ituc- rn,t"' ,. ..11 i:. . .. . ..... . co:iip:i from ills them. The proceedlnc oriijiuat'd in a factional fight in lb. mil, n 01 iue .street car men, of which the petitioners are ex-members best of the STATE WINS CASE. Topeka, ia.s., ,n,iy rim nirv ic. rue sun ot he state m.iine ,1.. I S'tar. s Fidelity and Cuaraiitei npany to recover S172.non. tin THE BIG TENT OPENS TO A GREAT BIG CROWD. Th. oig The esteemed Citizen Is all right i t calling for thorough inspection of tin Street work now in progress, or USely to be undertaken in the. future it i :n line with The Huiletin's suggestion Jf several days ago. nut the Citizen unfortunate in referrlng to the sit lation at the Tenth street sewer, as eini? th fm.it. ..f .k.- . .- n vi n,c i-Hj- Hiicnoritle 0 not providing an inspevfor. Thi a not true. The city authorities had eason to believe that the work at Tenth street was being very care iilly watched. Assistant City Kngi -r scnnize was especially assigned o this piece of work and he was con tantly there to see that the work wa j roperly done. That there was blund. HDg there can be no doubt, and yet o one can say that Engineer Schulze as not a competent, man in hjs lin tie exact nature of the , trouble. will robably not be known till n exen- hiiwu 4 niarte. ami just why the! Wblo was permitted to 'occur may .. November 2Z. Editor Wm. A 'ias taken up ins residence lently In Cairo. Joe Spencer, the beat hotel !brharB,-d ,is cabin boya at 4Sged a new ( rew. it.'o ker perma man. ADDITIONAL CITY BRIEFS. To Buv Fire Horsrt The- eonncil .conui.il.tee HPpointed t,, tmichase a team or horses for i,e r,. lepartnient. went to Wiekiiffe Kv yesterday toiook ut some auima'' anl to 1P owned there, but found 'lone that would answer the purpose .Miuiiiiiee who went were 1 arsons and Alderm Scullin. AWiuOIisf fires Over; Ten Thousand' Acres" of Pine Woods in' the- Dakota, , Destroyed Last Week. Mayor Hurke and carnival opened 1,-,-t night to t'OWil Of pe,,.,;,, I, iw .. ... ;giegatlon and n,i.. .... ' " .ineir nioney'it tt,.lfh. file out "-'le PMformanee .s ,.,,:iI ,0 , )u '"' 'he canvas there He sorts of in,. ..!.. , There iH .,,,y Jjm l;io n-rn. little Jo,, the tinv horse and an alligator girl. n fr(v ;U..u. t'on list are b.er -,r live acts such i:s are seen with b;S circils.es The HinniHl si,,,,, is u.., ,., ,,. ,!,'-' ives the name of a nien:U. 'n- whie h is au..,h, r , i,, us feature. t the ed of tan i.itr t,.t w ,1,.. " s "I Which gives. tioiiiilly K,K vaudeville out nun. good I1101 some jn 11 i-ilers illu-it l,,n.s ,ll r,l:i . .1.,. .1.. , lovelv eleineTit in l..,, ,,..,r... t .i;.l..-e 1 ..!:.... . . I..'.. . ' M;"" ils il '' .1..U11 m-in-te u ui nrst, nut now fin ot tne tailur- or the First Xa- I know Hull editors and nub is hers are riTbf u).n tbev s..w l,e ; tiona.l 1 1- ,J in, t, n isii t the men. nor ud toe uneducated nml silly-minded women, who devour these stories. Voi..n of education read with avidity these documents of human sui and shame ! wouldn't walk three blocks to see a "Tent pi ture or iisi, p i uie.it symphony. Almost every woman laments loudly ihe printing of scandal, but few there are who don't rend it. . l.,.t.litl, !., il 1 J 1 1 1 . . ""' nit' nisiiie mere wouia he no shocking court room crushes and few newspaper scandals if it were not for women; Their demands are nowhere ignored and it is to meet them that we have the muiai oi-urpmy 01 a pniv like ".aa," the salacious shush of a "Three Ueek. and the tKm bend lines of a first-page sensation KanK. of which tho defendant company was surety, tonight brought m a verdict in favor of the slate and holding the company responsible for the loss. BUSINESS MEN'S CANDIDATE WINS DENVER MAYORALTY. 1) n-.i r .May !!t. T 1; t the un official ivtntiis fro the -Ml precincts of the city In straight ballots gave sipeer. candidate for mayor on the iejiHrr.-ue and husincss ,ei-s ticket a- lead of less Mian 50o. an exCep. show f,f speciiilt)(. which in a tneaV,. . th.. aim staffs--jie ttinss inuiar to opera hnus aMy belongs are se e(!:pi,ir.nt. OLD CAHNON EXPLODED One Person K.lled-f our Others Hurt California Peonle Were Firing Salute" to Fleet. The Truly Educated Man By GE0IGE W. tVANS, leaianto, Ottkitan Jim.; Hmnrtai. tureka. Ca The title of wellducafed mqn is ap plied rather because of the graces and capa bilities of the mind than liecause of anv mnnuaf or even artistic skill. Among the famous men that the world remembers forever were some who. according to mod ern use, could not Ik: descrilwVi as well-edu cated. For example, Herbert Sponccr as not. nor Shakespeare, nor Mozart, nor Ab labam Lincoln: but' Pres. Klibt is, and so GUILTY OF EMBEZZLEMENT. tort Huron. Mich., Mav I'l.Wliiiam Williamson, on trial here chare, with ,,.,1 .. ....... . .;,., ..e-uieiu s o! llllWardM f.l I77.UUO f the funds of the Tnif,..! itonie i rotectoiH Fraternity of which ue war secretary, was Tonight gunrv. Hentenee will pronounced tomorrow found prohably b Somewhat Indefinite Promise """"s o'en lined fr neglect of is many a business man, many an essayist duty- a ',os,aI subordinate in India ad- Ib-Ilefourche. S. I) Mm- iu Word forest ever be satisfactorily exnlained. Ht : ", 1 e attempt, to make it, appear that Z le. .Na,i"I'' as the result of, a !ark of ; ""T,' de. .re on the part ot;fIlosf. in nnthotJ f T?1 not pmrldlng (or .M?poetion. i not started rZ Si ni he hi , Jr. Th, inspection was provided for Plum Creek 7u,l ?Z nfu M? el those in a,,thn,it - ... ... .. f- tintli Mon- "" iisiu luiuay. inu Dames daniaire.t acres of the reserve, ueve mat it was comis tent .mil o(Kr ltisMellon. Nor is it true that f f ity will have to bear the cost cf er. 1 1.00(1 U bin ned a space ten miles-'-long and on an aver age of from one to two njiies wide. Jiiav 13. As a ,.t .u .... k . . " ' ' .-xpiioif of an old foutyyr ' " "V" u '" ing used to lire salute to the passi,,,. Atlantic l,.t today one man was instantly killed and three women an,: one i,0v dancer- ousiy injured. At the first charge u. ratlm,n Ploded. imuantly killing Ike Davis Runner. Mtaa Church was struck hV a fragment of th. p-,in and ha.i an arm end ,JeK b,t)k(.n. Miss ougu was seveielv ii,...i ..... tV T ha' 3 " '""" a-"l and many an unknown scholar. The qualities because of which we tin i......m,...t.. .,.! -1 j:.:. """"""v muive uns eiear ujsnnction are not very easy to catalogue, and they are not the qualities that arc necessary to bestow gnat ls.tK.fits ujwn the world or to make a genius A ....11 ...1 . . ... 0 , .uwhrbiih man mav be of comparatively litt e use in tb n. -roCfl r,f tinnlAn . 1 . ... " . "o .""'"" "wai. ana. a poorly-educated man may lead hi3 fellows to reai areas, llie dehnition that I gire here1 must be understood to be merely the expression of my own individual opinion. A well-educate! man. then, is a man of trained judgment and wide information about some of the topic that command attention in his own of other' lands and times to Is? able, bv means of that knowledge, to confirm his own judgment in the affairs of Urday. - Youth th. Time ef OppsrtwRltv. W"9ll"t. Even If True. ,x Youth is the opportunity to aooa. rwn" Wbt ! It? Tb thlnj Md bwoai omebodj-.-iroarr way' tYtT7 Ume.-CMcata Rac- u'esseu nis chief in fri following terms: "Vour hrmor may be right I may be wrong; I may I,. r;;;ht and honor wrong, let lu.,.,,,. tne fine, and then at day (Jf resurrec tion, When ail henrto illl 1 i . a, roDg, 1 will most gladly, air. 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