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. - '' Wo will bar, Mat j any addroJ r Joeta a book of 83 pegea or for i.O'J va will hook and .-i,v .! Cm.t to ibra aabicrihert acb ona a year or thraa rear to our ubBcn!r. Ponder, tho P ath of thy feet and et ied.,d VOL. y. POMONA Mo. WORLD'S CRESSET Rev. L. B. Giikrif, BviTor M BLUUfcD EV.KIIY TIIURSUAT DMUItiriTIOS nil YtAt ...... . 0,50 cent UX MONTHS ;;23 CBT CHBU MORTH8 ......... 16 CtMT Invariably in Aiwut. 'Kuiered an econd-chts wmtter November ii.'t 19 Db at the PoHt'Offipe at lo. mono, 31 o., under tht Act of Coiigrem of March 3rd T1V1E TABLE; Est Iluuud Vo, SU1 11-31. V M So. 201 n-05pu L')fl K'MifiU'. No. 240. A II West Bound: No, 291; 5-31. A. M. So, !i04. 4- 34, P, M Loul fralfbt No. 3 U-3-, Alt, PMoeunco ajio oktindi oj Km iSlThM, bow l iimiW, nto mtttt, MWrtbMLU. IM ALL UMMTIIII. Write or mM to m MaMMB. ! willii IhMi IIMI VBI WMIWOTOW. D. C. Wt WASHINGTON LETTER. From our RvguUrC..rrepondn. It appears that we have no aoooer quieted the Japanese. school question in San Francisco tlmu wo are confronted 'by I anothnr Japanese proWera aris ing out of th conduct of the hoodlums of that delectahld city. If the eartbquoke had swallowed San Fcancisco citadel, nrbs. suburbs and the Qold-n (iate there would prolabiy have been an end of this Japanese menace. In the midst of our toasting General Kuroki. a number of "lawless resolutes" in Ban Francisco attack a Japanese cite and presto, nn internatiamil situation with the Japanese papers in Tokis hiutng war and oil this before the Panama Canal is tUiished and while our delnnceless Phillipines are three weeks from onr baHH of supplies and only about live days from the Japanese stront(holds. The Japanese papers claim that the outrages against their country men are less excusable than the murder of a missionary in China which resulted in the occupation of Chinese territory by an American, force These papers say that the resent treaty be tween the United States and Japan have been treated as mat ter nt for a waste paper basket and do not accept the theory of State rights or the irrespon sibility of ' the United States for the barbarous . conduct of California, or rather of a mob in MlDBOim PATENTS. Ciauled UiU Week. Renored br C. A. Snow A Co. Patent Attorney Wellington D. C. Allen D. Brooner, Pomona Wagon running gear Charles U Foster. St- Louis Boiler support When Coujrrcss appropriated! $25,000 for the traveling expen ses of the President there .vms long and spirited debate as to whether that amount would cover the expense of his travels or on the other liand if it might not be more .than required. t With the close of the fiscal year how near at) hand it is possible to make a calculation of the probable yearly traveling xMnse of the Presi dent. This has not been one of his busiest years in the traveling line but he has made a number of trips, that is us many as he want ed to make and he has traveled in good style, if not in the splend or of the old day wheu he wtu traveling at the expense of the railroads, and when has conclud ed tbejrip to Jamestown which he will take next week, the total expenditure for his years travel ing will be less than eight thou sand dollars. It is true that his trip to. Panama which was the most extended and most expen sive of the year was made on a War ship and consequently the amount did not come out of his jaunting allowance but it will be seen that the twenty five thou sand is likely to- provu an ade quate amount for the most rest less President we may have. Mr. Bryan made a flying visit to Washington this week. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter and the visit was said to be simply a social one and the fact that he stopped with old friends in the Southeastern part of the city bore out the explana tion but nevertheless Mr. Bryan put in a buy day with Home prominent Democrats who hap pened to be here. He had a long talk with the Manager of the National Press Bureau and for niely manager of Mr. Bryan's campaign bureau and with ex Senator James K. Jones former Knox is fond of fine horses and has the reputation of having the fastest pair in foe city. - Ho is mundane and provincial and will probably make as good a Presi dent as the lust one who came from his state and was succeed ud by Abraham Lincoln, to be more explicit, Jmes Buchanan whom he, in many respects, re sembles. '-' - It Is qulto prcbably that Sen at'r Knox's candidacy will be the rallying point for the stand- pat high-tariff contingent . of the republican pirty.;. Pennsylvania is the historic center of high- tariff strength. Secretary Taft who, excepting the President is by odds the most popular cstndi dats for the Presidency, is known to have leanings toward a more libera, tariff policy. The very word "liberal" wjth reference to the tariff is obnoxious to the stand-patters and witness aline of cleavage in the Republican party on this question. If the contest shall appear to be bo tween Taft and Knox rather than Taft and Fairbanks or some oth er candidate, it U probably that the strength of taHflf revisionists in tho Democratic party will help the candidacy of Mr. Taft, for hU course, since ho has been in public life, has been such as to make- him acceptable to many outside his party. PLKittAHT RIDQS ITKhUV By fb Oman ; Hello Editor: Here we come as we havent seen any items from this part for a while. : Warm weather at present. Sunday School at No. 1. was well attended Sunday. ; ' :y'"'-' Gertie Denton, Dollar Denton, Lillie Simmons and Bessie Sim mons was boat riding last 'Fri day. ';'".v'".2;f Elslo Denton has got a netf Clock. - ,-"V;;-r -''T' ' Will Maxville and Essie Hog- gins, Pete Maxville and Nettie Huggins attended Sunday School SUBSCRIBE FOE THE Flag Day Program. San Francisco. We could doubt- chairman of the democratic na- less lick the Japanese if that were the only question; but we are it is to be hoped, big enough to loathe a wa in defense of unjustifiable attacks npon Japa nese sojourners by undesirable citizens of Satt Francisco. The National conscience wilt not just- Felix tt. Green, Sedalia Seed Jify such a war. We have in a planter Robert J- Cr?en, Si RCOre pUnstances come t the Louis. Carpet beater Thomas defence of our ieople when, at Haines. St. Louis Truck ladder . , . , o n ji . t. tacked in foreign countries and Elexander H. Handlan. Jr &t, . Louis, Torpedo placor for rail- case9 ar numorons in which ways Charles A. Leonard, Eve, foreign countries have paid dairi- Harnens hook Peter II. Murphy ages for such attacks. We con st- Louis, William . Pneumatic . dtill'. i 1 il (-A .1 t mil iiuiius' i v ur uunsiMicuu.v uuu v Orr. Westplains. ntl f . thD t.m.0 txi Agricuhural implement, Frank . et r i djj.-. a that we would come off victorious seed r Kansas bocket. For copy of any above patonii tend ten eenti in poiuge ilampa with data of nawt ,pipr tw O A raow A Co Wab!ngtoa. D O Roll of Honor, J. H. Towe Plato Mo. lOcts, Charlie Dawson Pomona. Mo. : 30cts, Admiral J. Warren, mnwarwan japan sucn war City, t'rush handw would aua at least a bimontoonr national indebtedness and a pen sion list that would handicap the Treasury for a hundred years or as long as the youngest widow of the. oldest veteran married fifty years after the war should live. We are still paying pensions to widows wb6 as young girls married veterans of the war of 1612. So our prayer should be no less Lord deliver us from wsr and carnage blood and powder than from war debt and pensions. tional Committee. He also gave out a number of interviews to newspaper men. The local boom - of Senator Knox in his own state is not with out interest in Washington where the little Senator has resided for seven years, living in a fine house purchased by him from the widow of George Washington Childs. The house was built by Mrs, Childs for herself shortly after the death of her disting uished husband. It is on K. St. and next door to the house of Senator Hale of Maine. The two are among the finest residences in the city und this is saying a good deal for during the last twelve years many palatial resi dences have been built in Wash ington. Senator Knox it will be remembered was called to' the attorney Generalship by Presi dent KcKinley. He is presum ed to be a great lawyer but it ia doubtful if there is statesman ship In him that will measure up to what the last six years has taught the country to look for and demand. The Nation has had a university course of liberal education since the death of Mc Kinley and will not again be sat isfied with common place med iocrity and sung party orthadoxy IF YOU WANT THE BEST RELIGIOUS IN m XTTk ATTTi-CTTOV T 4 TT?TD .HIX X.J24 V f THE STATSJ in the White House, Senator Republican. Cupt. Jolin Matthews Post, No. 69, G. A. Ii. Arranges For Exercleaes Thurs day Evening. The entertainment committee of John Matthews Post, No. 611, G. A. R., have prepared the fol lowing for their flag day. enter tainment, to be held at their hall, on corner of Walnut and South streets, on Saturday evening, June lStb. Opening exercises by post commander. Prayer by the chaplain, after i which the chairman of the com mittee will carry out the pro gram. . Piano duet -By Miss Grace Carson and Beula George. Speech "The Flag- of Our Union," by T. J. Gideon. Song "Columbia." All sing. Speech 'Our National Songs.' S. W.Reed. Song "America. " All sing. , Declamation Miss Esther Berkley. Music "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Speech "The Declaration of Independence." By A. B. Lovan. Music "Star Spangled Ban ner." ); Essay "Why We Celebrate Flog Day." By Miss Mary Camp bell. .yh.r.y"'. Clipped from "The Springfleld ' - MMaasBSSSSSsisssSSS8853SC3P ''' V'V':' : ' wottoy to iMMSiSSM CONO GOOD IMPROVED FAEMS ill) li 7 PEE. CT LONG OE SH05T TSIna NO DELAY IN GETTII6 MONEY IF TITLE I "We do our bT7n Bstra CommiC3ion. mm A Rood 0 to tfiif iaf &o& fitiMIf and ninglnat axZ: Mr. JaokMurra inbfccl f The 8tastej. UfJf-l. mom was well attended tszH night. ,.J'r ' V.i' 'V- . Well as It ta Mwt time I wulckwe. '-;'-,'v ria come tgftiabye , .u;;.;:.v.4v:?''r't 1A rd;Ki ,;-:.,:,:.-";(,-7vu.;y;- mm -1-; ,;y:..' 4W'W;Z . - 4 ' 'lr. : i.- d 'j tsv: a r w v-x. .v . t -v. - 'ifv.';:-?, .- ,,!: -.ra.'N -V'