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FEAR MM STATES
MALHEUR EXTEll PRISE.
PERISH IN MINE. .
Colombia MAnxlons to Sfir Up
i iroDM at Presenf.
TURNS DOlfUFAL CANAL DEAL
- ALL HAVE A CHANCE'
5 Mines Not a Monopoly.
Chilean Erg.U Abandon, Scheme
of BuildirfeJecond Wf.
Facntativa.lolombia, Nov. IS.
Annro Vn.htfn, the -Chilean enCi
w, has defifily determined to shan
non Ins rfforfcn obtain from the Co
lombia RoyerAit a concession for his
canal project.!, ing to tho fear enter
tained by Co liia of reprisals on the
Mirt of tho Ittnrf fitnt.,.. t'i
,t-..,, tnuurra- r;
: Plan w;,l, construct a rival to
nil' I anama (
fchaft at Cherry, 111., Scene
fry, 111., Nov. 15. At least 250
a. . i 1 1 1 i c i t .a -
wo,; Z:: Japaw wortlng ol Manrtiorlan
The St. Paul Coal company's.
owned by the Chicago, Milwau-St.-
Paul railroad, is the Bcene
ires differ as to the number oT
.i the mine at the time of tne VKf CIVC MMR i I FIT lVVK
lOmcials nf tha enmnnnv insist . """ winw uuuu 10 LU I 111
f .. " mr J
lift list of fatalities may not
250, but the miners siy that
1100 workmen were in e mine
the fire artd nd that few
Importunity to, esespe.
I started Irom a pile of hay into
I a miner is believed to have
a torch, i'lun es quickly spread
timbers aiid m a few minutes
ssageways Tea seething fur-
nd escape ,v. s impossible,
who vounttered to enter the
i '. iuo were brought out dead.
Vnlioj have so far been recov
i ii. v cf these being men who at-
J '. o rescue work.
Hi .rned into the shaft made
limy against the flames, and
afternoon the mine was
,iM J1 the Lope of checking the
IVfira cnld motiv ftP 1. A
I"' Jor a:,.,,..- Ik ret rent ml In tlin fn,
sought to induce -.;, ! n ot int't' the veins, where thev
n"nien aniieinners. 0f t10 diplo-, "Kht M'1 together, gasping what
matic corps (Inspect the rout nt hi.)1,nle 'iV remained in the sealed
Both Nations Assure United States
Territory Is Open to Anyone
Who Finds Minerals.
:anam,. rn) Co-I
expense, but I doclined
A- Colombi. -ilticial has stated tiat
it appeared i, ;i.,rtune to grant a .ou.
cession" to Chileans befon the
adoption of treaty f Qnin.- the
iioundary bifeu Pana
When this ,tter had ben Med,
he added, th government probably
would grant concession. Letters
exhibited her ndicate the willingness
of German a British Vipitalists to
S ?. Cm" ml and non-political
anal that eo, notbe Wd event
'fere Z: "lf:i,MJ"on granted it is
quia and Cat
Vival of t!i re,
pointed a cot
sailed for th
a id Inn
that m.fcill be found alive.
mi no in the hone that the
t reach them before it
The most hopeful of
S to aid the men doubt
'ilt.inir nt Anfin
Mil Cll,ijIlat0 ju a r(J
i sail Xovembcr 27
r of New York.
an-. ,oiigress have np
ss" ' to investigate the
'"i'l.i trom Colombia
'ion.'a, recently aj)
f the United States,
PLATINUA. WND "IN SAND.
Discovery Wil Mean Much to Coast
Minern n Small Way.
Los Ang, xov. IS. Davis T,
', Lintc,, f lt(lg geological director
Kovernii,.,, pPtroleujii work on the
iflcinc con,., ft hero tonight t0 make
a report t ., , government in Wash
iigton. J!,. ,ay aIso fa in charg( of
..i- research 0lk Jn connection with
platinum .m-inijj on tho coast
Kir 80ve-aj I)ntha !ie hag C0I1(lucfej
in ii.vesti;at B of th() benfh d
" ""'Poc. Before
iK'r ' '' when tho facts con
' vug tl' p -i'Hi'it mining industry
.', ''."v. f' aro known, a
-' "' a ' A-iJi lie given,
"l'atin in .:an lio taken from the
S.lnd.i of t;,6 cnnit in nnvin ...nnf-:.:
' a :.iinpi,. mechanical process at lit-
'CMpeiiso. While the industry is not
":") to attract tho attention of tho
forporations, it will nrove nf
mc,int0 jhiner in a small
" fi - ' . .." .
The men to escape were those
near tSain shaft when the fire
started. liey declared a careless
miner lrown a torch on a bundle
of hay a to feed the mine mules
In a feffiutes the smouldering mass
was plii on a cart and started
toward finain shaft about 150 feet
away. Lire it was reached a small
explosifjifiirred and in a few mo
ments ttntrance was filled with
smoke kilames. Those nearest the
cages liU to thpm and were hoisted
to the ce. After four trips the
cages ii moving and no more
miners I up.
WOIfc FOLK LOSE JOBS.
New Betir' Tobacco Taxes Cause
ship in Germany.
15. Not only is tho la
for a fun
1 lie bre
of beer ii
and if the
lflering from the reduc
n the cigar and cigarette
irect result of the new
ilar depressions are gain
i other industries, espo
: of brewers. There is
!to believe that the do-
'coiuo more ncute within
months, and that the
be called upon to vote
i in tor the relief of the
y hands, as the 200,000
already voted tor this
laving put up the price
-equence ot the new
It has been a consider-
i the consumption, ag-
boycott organized by
crats. As, a result of
have been discharged,
itt. continues the num
ber of distil hands will increase.
In August Iverage number of ap
plicants forlnndred onen situations
in tho brel trade was 308 higher
i nan in an;
C.SE CUNTURY OLD ENDS.
Ooloraoj raraily Beneficiaries of Vast
J English Estate.
Pucl; Colo., Nov. IS. After being
in conovorsy, for over 100 years, an
estate England which may repre
sent si.r.,1 million dollars, will revert
to sevU Colorado persons, according
to a 5sion of tho Kiirrlisi,
notice n-h;.i. . . ' . '
J . Ul,n received by
Mrs. (1 DfuAof Pueblo, who re
CCntlv OVel trS Don,..,.
Two i Idren in pueblo-William Du
ll',', a irk, and Miss Vanda Dufujr
a soce girl-andi another son, Au
KUHt Dur, a cierk n Denver, will be
benefices through their mother. Mrs.
xr.'LPn .f wa'senburg, a sister
J J s also n heir.
Mrs Mg before marriage w
rate Hilni'ton. anA uL r
I ' " "'orijr wag
Washington, Nov. 16. Recent treat
ies entered into by China and Japan
as to the operation of coal mines along
the South Manchurian railway and the
A ntung-Mukden railway do not create
monopolies, and hence aro not viola
tions of tho "open door" or the
"equal opportunities" principles, to
the observance of which all leading
powers are pledged.
This is tho conclusion reached by the
state department after a long and
careful investigation of the question
The department today issued the fol
"In view of the widespread publicity
of tho statement that the recent Chi
nese-Japanese ngreement relating to
Manchuria created tor Chinese and
Japanese subjects a monopoly to carry
on mining operations along the South
Manchurian railway and the Antung
Mukden railway, which would exclude
Americans from an extensive field of
industrial enterprise, inquiry has been
made of the two signatory powers and
omciai assurance naa Deen received
from each to the effect that no such
exclusive claim to mining rights was
intended by the agreement, and that
if minerals are found by Americans
ana otners within the designated ter
ritories, no objection will be made to
their working mines under concessions
granted by China the whole scope and
purpose of the agreement beinir that
u.i.v upcrauon oy ninoso and Japanese
"u,i"' mo iniues wituin rue ter
ritory mentioned should bo joint as be
LOEB CREDITS ROOSEVELT.
Collector Says Ex-President Influenced
New York, Nov. 10. While the leirnl
machinery of the trovernment moves
slowly, the air of uncertainty surround
ing me so-cauou sugar traud cases is
interpreted to foreshadow an inquiry
which may rank with the insurance
upheaval of 1905.
Boston and Philadelphia worn
brought within the scope of the inves
tigation today with the report that the
government would attempt to obtain
back duties on sugar in those cities,
wliilo investigation weui ou in New
York with repeated rumors of reach
ing "men higher up."
Henry L. Stimsou, special attorney
for the government in tho cases, de
clined to discuss this phase of tho
William Loeb, Jr.. collector of the
port, also was inclined to be reticent,
but he repeated that it was through
fli.i i ii l1.iiiiif..i .iP TI 1 Ii
er industry. In Wur- ' V,"" r i "" """" ""vcii
,mber of applicants t,tl. "lcti..ont and prosecution of
. I S (Til 1' t m llik U-'t u mwl.ir n bn 4 1
- - iiu-n i iait-n, -ntturu
ing to Mr. Loeb, he had talked over
the matter with Mr. Roosevelt 'before
he took charge of tho customs houso
President Taft Will Ask for Epoch-
W.nhington, Nov. 16. The chief
subjects to be discussed by President
Taft in his forthcoming messago to
congress ere not secrets since the re
cent tour of the president. He has in
dicated pretty clearly in his speeches
what 'they will be, and has mapped out
a program more ambitious and more ex
tenoive than even Mr. Roosevelt hinl
self ever attempted. Mr. Taft proposes
to submit tho whole program to con
gross at one time to ask in a single
message for the enactment of laws that
will, if they are passed, mark the com
ing session of congress as truly epoch
Most of the bills he proposes to have
introduced affect corporations in one
way or another, and tho most impor
tant of them promise to arouse fully
as much opposition as anything that
developed in tho fight over the rate
bill thrco years ago.
Mr. Taft will propose to congress im
portant legislation upon at least ten
subjects. Kneh is a matter which will
provoke discussion and arouso opposi
tion in congress, especially in the sen
ate, so that from the present point of
view tne prospectr is lor a long and
acrimonious session. The chief sub
jects on which the president will rec
ommend legislation are:
1. Supervision of the issue of stocks
and bonds by interstate corporations.
2. Readjustment of tho duties and
powers of tho Interstate Commerce
3. Kxpansion of the duties of tho
bureau of corporations.
4. Creation of a new bureau in tho
department of justice to deal with
violations of law by interstate carriers,
o. Lstabhshmcnt of a so-called
6. Amendment of the Sherman anti
7. Creation of a postal savings bank.
S. Ship subsidies,
P. Amendment of the procedure re
garding the granting of injunctions.
10. Conservation of natural resources.
KNIFE FOR RUEF.
Former Boss of San Francisco May
Lose Sight and Hearing.
San Francisco, Nov. 10. Abe Ruef,
former boss of San Francisco, who was
absolute dictator of the city for five
years, is threatened with total blind
ness and deafness. An operation on
his eyes will be performed next Wed
nesday and on the success of this will
depend t he effort to save his hearing.
Jtuer nag uecn in tne county jail lor
little more than a year, pending ap
peal of his case to the higher court.
He was sentenced to four vears im
prisonment by Superior Judge Lawlor
after having been convicted of brib-'
1 inir one nf tlin " Vinn.lliniT " li,i-,.j f '
"' --j-u.. .. - - '" 1 i J
THE PATH OF JESTDTX. v -
v. 1 w 1 vir J o v.i, ill1 iM. mm,, -mmt --w.tr. ,.ii . v ,j- .cj-or. 1 1 ((.u ji , a. ' w mr iwiiitMrHtiiJ,jj' ju .a. ill 1 '.,.01 u; i 1
f.vi wises miL&swzaiiWicn &r m mmmHif'.-, :;? w w tnw&A
x j& y-y-. jcrjs&szzzsmfim-; ' 'WA www
'THE BOY IS COMING HOME.
1 tell you it i busy times Jost now for mo
The Hoy Ii comln' home to ipend Thnnki-
Blvln' on the farm ;
lis ten Joint yenri since be went West to
mlnjfle in Its strife,
lies done llrst rale, ami. furthermore, he's
(fot a Western wife.
We got the letter yeHterdny, and marm she
ing one of tho "boodling" board of hair the nlKht to praise the Lord and
f niiiii Hlir IIIIIRL I1I1KH.
supervisors in the overhead trollev
Ruef in talking about his case, at
tributes his affliction to lack of air.
"I have been advised that an opera
tion is imperative and have deter
mined to submit to it. I have- also
been informed my afflictions result
from lack of air. There is a growth
in my nose tnat is said to also affect
If I should feed the turkey now as ahe de
clares I must.
Why, Ioiik before ThanksRlvIn' he would
swell nil up and bind ;
I ve had to cilnd the cboppln' knife, and
Ko to choppln' mime, ,
And tbliiKs a iv brewln' rich and fine and
lit to feed a prince.
The Hoy. he writ for chicken pie, "
double crust." snys he,
"And mixed with cream, that lovely pie you
used to make for me."
He want a bl red apples from the hlllbidc
..... ni.-i II OJP.V
Snniin of 3S5.
FLAG IS FOUND.
Great Warri Invention Exhibited
at PArmy Museum.
latter flew ii
um, has place
where it can
vented by N
say that it w
that of CosnJ
and fringed w
golden bees a
stripo. The st
scarlet scarf, 1,
I l,o flu. 1.. :
ir l,f s ' ,D "c ,,,VI
, uiuiMUKe was auss the Isle of Ell
"kiuii. ann t ri a r,iniM,.i i i. ,.i
fiwne.l !,-. ...... '. V wa iuiuucu nu
I'-1 Kieai cranilrut .n. Ti.
i.V ""'s,Vfiney castle in Kng
land anlai been in ll':
. .'iiKauuu since
li'tain of i
The exploit was
I out bw Th Annie
o Men Enter Mine.
nerrylll., Nov. lS.I-Vr the fir.
time simjRmilny two men last night
,e ventilating shhft of th
ui ,c, in the blocked and tier
K..t-r. 1 wfcch more thari 300 men
una ooy8 kead,
M-eysjiK. V. Wi,,, of 'the
i 1" i-oiogicai survey. Thev
efhtitefJ when Pauled to
,7 , r 7'a they dcovered
.- w j'uie:io enter it sooj
; treated or Vuarge
fr'fxco.tXov. IS. Cleared of
t.e churg.iof cobhict unbecoming an
.. ... ,.,.,rn-u ig.unst him hy As
-Mailt l(.t Attorney iWfi. J
ii," w'V'Hr former CI ief of
lice Jerimh l)an today :tuti,e,i
r 1.1 rni as co-joral and Ann d
HOPE IS ABANDONED.
Lord Archibald R.pSrllr. m i,- tt j
- . . I w.w. A vkvvxA w vvo j u W UI A 111
onntoil ffi- rna A rmu I r
curious relic of Na- nunois inine.
the flag which the Cherry, 111., Nov. 10. Tho 300 or
Isle of i-lba during I more miners entombed in tho St. Paul
Imine bv last Saturday's cnt.-istrrmlia
stodian of the muse-l are dead. Some of the bodies lio
in one of the rooms buried beneath thousands of tons of
be seen, lhe llag, earth which caved in upon them. These
ve been entirely in- will never be recovered,
m, although some Rescue work is temnnrarilv nbun.
1 part suggested by doned. Renewed tires in the mine made
1 jueuici, a iormer lurther descents impossible. Tans em-
lsianu, is nuuer a ployed in an effort to carry fresh air
It is square, white to the imprisoned men enlivened thA
gold, bearing three I flames. Soon the heat and smoke be
a diagonal scarlet came so denso it was necessary again
unieo a. wuiiu nun to seal nn the nioiith nf thn m uf r.
g also three golden shaft, and tonight the entombed men
I are locked in n Hpnth ilnnirnni, Qnn
t seem to have used and chemicals producing carbonic acid
1 elsewhere than in es will bo forced thrmnrh ninn.
f here he was a de- bottom of tho mino tomorrow. These
lve monarcn. 1 will hnv a t..nil..nf i i,b .. ,1.
- J iw VI, LUV
Land Frallndlctments. Three hundred coffins have been nr.
my sigur. aim Hearing, tsinco 1 liavo anu ouiierniit-i ve Rot '-in round the
hcen out here it has been immtssihln .. "ii.e, iirown and dry
for mo to get any air except by walk
ing, and" that only for a short distance."
WAR CLOUD CLEARS.
Canada Will Not Be Called Upon to
' Build Navy.
Ottawn Out X'no 1 Tl, .nnn.4.i I Western wife
momentous arrangement bet ween t.l,nlWh"t 184.108.40.206"!? J01". one nd
He want to lay the lire himself 'with maple
And pop ome coin upon the hearth When
all are gathered round.
He wants the thlnKa he used to have when
TIs aomewhat atranRe. It may-le, but It
...iinrn u IIIIKIII.V RIBd !
Were both a little whiter, but our love,
Ii Jest as reen and atldily aa the hills of
It fluatered mnrm a bit at flrat about the
used to city Ilfej
caoinets ot the llntish and German tucked between the HayVbhf sheets aiie
empires nas ungated tlie prospocts of B1 " ," lm ""P-
the Canadian navy. The proposal for " q.llverln'J'llp" "a''"y lw,r 1
about $25,000,0(10 to start tho building "Dear morlier.,n them's her very words "I
of war craft will not now bo made to D j wr"f. .thl" on ,Me 'y. '
the Dominion government. I M,Z.,i"i,:. T.i .n,"ke for h"n hlg,
News from inside sources is that offl- I know
cial information has been received and'... bllt by
bis pumpkin nle :
It will dellirbt hlin. ftf . ufin i.
that an understanding has boon reached! lil'J ull"t1? '.n h.f hl" ""'
between Kngland and (rermany that And ao you see, ila busy times lest now f,..
may result in a period being Bet to
their rivalry in naval construction. As
n,. ..t . ' - ior
.1. 1...1I inaiuif
Jl '".'k' Jom" lo Thanks
glvln nn the farm.
-John Mervln Hall, In l.lppincolf. Maga-
Portland, Nol 15. Indictments dered-1-half of them to arrive Tuesday
cnarging tnem wl forming a conspir-1 H"u uul on "eunesday,
acy to aerraud tl United States gov
eminent out of l.ut 7,000 acres of Haskell Must Face Jury,
'iinu in tne viciar or lmzon. unia- ci,:,.i,,.... f,i.i -vr.. . . ,
tills, ,ni. n.n.l .... ' .i t,.. v.... wKJU., .iuv, jo. icaerai
the federal 'irrn,lrW S.fl.. uttJ. Jlul Io,'n A- Marshall, of Utah, over
noon against J. Irburn Ross, Frank ru'el today tho demurrer to indict
B. Holhrook and
of Portland. The
cers of the Orego
pany, a subsidiar
now defunct Titliuarantee & Trust ''"ntly obtaining from the government
company, and as J
company they are
committed the crii
Cook'i Phol Assailed.
New York, Nov
schel C. Parker, o
n E. Aitchison, all I ments filed by Governor Charles N.
nen have been otli- Haskell ml fiv.1 ntiior ..r..mi,..,f nn...
and & Water com-l,,. , . .. ... -
orporation of the '""-". wK x"em wim iraunu-
-era nf hn fnrmee title tO a flUiniier of town lots in Mug
irged with having K0f,'ee, Ukla. I he defendants' trial is
jur iiaiuriiay next, ui i,IMCKHHa w.
The five co-defendants of Governor
Haskell are '. W. Turner, A. Z. Kng-
lish. W. R. Katun, W. T. Hutchins and
F. B. Severs.
i. rroiessor lier-
sity, who was a mdber of Dr. Cook's
Mount McKinley p;Jyf in a lecture be-
plain tothes mna mderj w!,i''h t'ook clai
"tectivcj' Andurson. Oinan t1 t'" he iaid
Reform Begins in India.
Simla, British. India. Nov. 16. The
fore the Patria cluif New York, de- plan for the reform of the P.'iti.h ad
elared that after a horough consider- ministration of India, which was out
ation of the evidenc he was convinced lined by Lord Morley, secretary of
that Dr. Cook did rt net within 10 t.Ue fur India, in the house of lords
,!' . peak. The photographs I last December, designed to give India
are of the sum- or: embryo constitution admitting the
ffliniin! he Said. "nl. 4..1fAn f.f.m I natives to fin iiniilirtlint ulilirf, in tl.a
wis rcinstiid last n trht K,.n il., ..1 Brown Ridge. 20 mil .., t l..,ll:.f inn ,
I'gan a new and
I at ri k i ri Lf erifK'h in the liiMtnri f,f lritiwh
with n -.1 - ..." . : : I I . -- j
" 'piantiieil. Uis bafk. Ml
the chief purpose of the projected Ca
nadian navy was to aid the mother
country in the event of hostilities,
which were believed to bo threatened
by Germany, the rumored arrangoment
between the governments in London
and Berlin clears up the situation and
renders unnecessary tho hoavy expen
diture for war vessels by Canada.
Present indications are, thcreforo, that
the government will content itself with
the acquisition of a few vessels of
moderate izo and cost, torpedo craft
Smoke Victim Packs Gun.
Chicago, Nov. 12 The war between
officials of the Chicago and Oak Park
railway and smokers, who have been
arrested for smoking in ears, goes mer
rily on. a militant Hiiliurlianite was ar
raigned in court charged with disorder
ly conduct, iM'cause he boarded a "con
verted" smoker with a revolver in a
holster strapped to his waist. The case
was continued. Meanwhile the smokers
discussed the possibility of compelling J At the tame lime ther Is no reason to
tne railroad com pany to raise tracks in.belleTe that be did not habitually rotwt
Oak Park, where thev aro on the sur- s high In th tree of New Kngland aa
face or reinstate the banished smoking he does to day or rather to night. Philip
r 1'okmmket wore turkey feathers lu
kit war bonnet and railed them aa good
is eagle plumes, which they uo doubt
wera. Whatever the turkey real orlgiu,
THE BIRD OF THE DAY.
OrnltholosLi. Hmy That He a of
HOHK who claim to
know say the bi.J
nt Thniikagivin.t la
of Mexican origin.
He ia a relic of past
"Kea, yet he refimes
to take his place
among the other
relica, for he ia with
us yet. Cortes knew
him and rtjtemned
him Juat as we do.
feelingly about tin good dualities and
made the bird famous In Kurope. Tt
reason why Aleilco Is regarded as the
home of the bird ia found lu the fact
that he is Brat mentioned by the Hpanish
after their more or leas triumphal toura
Ui rough the country of the Montezuma
Costa Rica Is Invaded.
Panama, Nov. 12. Passengers from
. amount g ,0 q, 9 probb v "1
bqawurdedl, Lin.J r V;
fri Lose ) c Bui
"Ja., i ,v 19. 'J e Iowa
'r4tod) tdlown a
"ILk th r M' tuai-
4 I I ii. '. J I
I i '.'."T. ,( U f'r""l-l he
I Hell I . ), , ,,,a,y 1,0(H1
Government Foin.s Prevail.
Mexico City. Nov. ll-That the Nic-
ntg'ian gi .ernment irrit expect im-
i.r ,.,,ely to retake S:. Juan del Norte,
tieir lirevliimn n tl t...... -j
I, . . t " ii'lll.Ul ui
1 resident Z,.i(v:, ; Vt i t rh to the
,','!n'f'" miii. t.T. lttin'i.eo ('astro.
rule in India. Under the program all
religious ami special interests may
elect representatives to the viceroys
land provincial couuciH,
f ,..rto at fyo.l aho
I'.e wiiii.at, t u, b.i iS at,) 1 4
jf inrn, ji i Ii iHi.tlua,
f- - mat
IIVM Vh14 fl.f 0i
I i l, t I itUln i
"" ' i i,r it. i4,ur
"it t at K "i. I .i, ... i I t,
. . . . i . i i - i . .. . .
iy ik 1 1
I M.j t v wk inf.
Xing My Step Down.
London, Nov. KJ. The abdication of
King Leopold of Belgium in iimint'D-
larily ripccted, according to corr
ll.sliatch ilet, H 1 f.ii.nrt nf It.
reb.!' virtPV 0Xvr t,. vrllll.,
tro.q.s kt iuu.. i hurl, ii wa i.l I l'"udi iit vt Iteyuol l' Newctni r at
iHorc than tint a,,., fin, it .,,1 1 , n ri. I llru...l. II, .i,.....i. l... .ii.. ii ..
J" Thl- 111 All l I I hit lfllia l.ita Lieh Kiariif.l I La. I
. - . mill vm I 'lunwrri WU IUiIWW If i ft I UW
' I Kl ft liliUlira I i.e. lie...,- I I U ..a..!.
rw.rn Ka tsraai tutu f , u i. u
( entral America c.,lir... the ri port that 'r.m. to the country, the fact rrmalii.
the fmciM of President Zelaya of Nica- that he ia the one bird that Columbia
ragua have several times invaded Costa !tlui," 'ur her own, singly and eollee
Iti.an territory in order to attack tho Th.-re la not another winged crea-
IllPa enat n a w Ar....,k.l. I I. . . 1 . . tAk
j Vcrngiiiui rebels, lhe government of- w.eral excrliet,,-.. Wild or do..tieat
iii i.us or i o-ra n,ca protested agaiiibt d. this nils hohl g,-l. The roast g.
these iiivasM.ns. hurried troops to the f old Kngland la not to be uifiilloiiMj
frontier and appealed to the Vnited In th n,.ii- of the turky. Th lat-
states to intervene President Zolaya ter, with th coiicmltant American
tearing that Salvador is aidiiiit the bunmkln nUnr n.u.f i.l. if .....
Ni. arauuiii, rebels, has armed 2'nm dia- has never been rqualled and never
affected Salvadoreans to foment rebel trill be.
.ion in i-iiiivauor. I
nuiiiil ia ia Hllaa.
Thanksgiving day, th Auiericau fain
fly featnal aud feast of plenty, la uot
ft s-j many yrs sway from Its origin
that w dl not feel li.atluettvalv that
bat It gains In elegai.r In our time
if (raster resource, greater elalxrattou
and daiotier Iss, It Is likely to iu
thsrin A slsl'ly Uunnet In I lis rM
that period of preparation which iu tin
ninple country kitchen is still half tie
festival, aud which in the old time be
fore the cook stove cnnie, when th
kitchen was the most beautiful as wel
as the "homiest" room in the hmisv. .r
fered even grenter dellg-hta to tllf. filliliU
gathered before Its huge open fire. ThV
cnange ueirnn when I.ucy Iarcom was ;
"Cooking stoves were coming Int
........I,,., 1. 1 iv nin, out they were
ciumsy- alfairs, and our elders thought
tl,n tin ......I.!.... ,.1 1 . ..,. .
- " ".in iuiiiu ne nune so nice as
mat wlncu was done by an open tire
We younger ones reveled in the wnrm
llAl, llti f ll I iiIaii. .I.-. . , .. . .
............. mi,,. y,t. ik DUCK to as
a remembered sunset. There is no such
nuiiip splendor now.
"I'l... r,,...i.... ., ... . ..
.... .iL-cp, nun there was
ii seme in tlie chimney corner where
three of us youngest girls eonld nit
gether and ttuist our toes on the nudirou
-two i outinental soldiers In full uni
form, marching one after the other
while wo looked up the chimney into n
square of blue sky, and sometimes caught
a snowflnke on our foreheads. P..t.
toes wre roasted lu the ashes, and the
Thanksgiving turkey in the tin kitchen
the business of turning the spit being
usually delegated to some of us small
folk, who were only too glad to burn our
faces In honor of the annual festival
"When supiier wns finished and th
teakettle waa pushed buck on the crane
and the tucking wns reduced to a heap
of tiery embers, then was the time for
listening to sailor yarns and ghost ami
witch legends. The wonder seems Home
how to have faded out of tlmsr. t.i... ..i
old since the gleam of red-hot coals died
away from the hearthstone."
There Is already the gas range. 'ami
i ne poHHiniiity or dinner electrically pre
pared by touching a button Is n I i.
suggested, lu time, no donl.t th. .w.L
iove win disappear; hut surely no fain
lly festival will be less lovoi'is f... it.
departure, mid no poet will lament that
h iinr vamsnrd. Youth' Companion.
To C'linuaa a Tender Turkey,
Since to be without turkey on Thank
a.i.iig is io iii ii to pay proper respect to
uie great American feslivii . t heh.-.P
the good housewife to be well up n tur
key lore; for there are turkeva and t,...
keys, aome as Juicy and tender as a unrln.
chicken, while others also remain war
riora of the barnyard lo tfie bitter end
and are as tough and atringy and well
nigh as hard to swallow aa India rubber.
To have the turkey tender and dnli.-lf,,..
on Thanksgiving day, "first cntch your
hare"; In other words, first aele a good
bird at the market, and then see that It
Is cooked and basted properly. It (he
best plan to ahop for the fens! rtl len.t
two days beforehand, for If out. wa un
til the day before all the beat birds will
be picked out and only the tougher fowla
will be left. A young turkey should have
ainooth, black leg and a white akin, and
ahould weigh at least 12 pounds to be
Julry and of good flavor. Very scaly,
rough leg Indicate age, aa do also legs
that ar hard, for a young fowl's feet
and legs should be pliable.
Another good way to pick r,ut a young
lurkey Is to examine the spurs, or, rather,
lhe place where the spurs grow. A year
old turkey has no spurs, but only a Hal
knob nt that ldace. A turkey that has e
qiur between a quarter and half an lues
long ia a last year's fowl, and one with
il fully developed spur is over 2 yenrn old!
To prepare the bird, first singe it thor
oughly over a saucerfnl of burning alco
hol, then hold it under the faucet and
wipe dry. Then make a gash down thf
turkey's neck, cutting to the bone; fold
the skill back over the breast and lift out
lhe crop carefully., Then turn the turkey
oir Its back aud mnke a cut at the end o
the hrenstlwmc big enough to insert the
linger and thumb. Now draw the turkey,
taking care not to break the gall. Turn1
the fowl over again and cut awny th
oil hag, a tiny gland that lies right over
the tail. Few people know of Its exist
ence, nnd it often spoils the flavor of a
line bird If not removed. The turkey
should then be washed again and is readx
for the dressing, '
ThaaksajUIn' I'nnkln Pie,
O th' luck there Is In llvln'
'Unig ii I,iiii I guild old Theiikstrtvln'
When th' crop f"r wbleti you'te striven art
all K.i(rl) gHlhered by.
When Hi' autumn's harvest story
Is of summer's gulden glory,
Then you'll- fcclln' hunky dory an' you'rs
u ii ii 1 1 it ' pitnkln pie!
1 he ii there noses fin in th' kitchen
Kim! hln' odors so hewHchln'
TI, st they t your nostrils Itchln' an' put
IWIIlHir, ll, '.lir ,
An' you know th' thing tomintln'
1 list n I ketrh yourself a sit tin'
Is Joy your wife's Inventln' rj TuasW
IT,U lilll.lll llfli
V 1' Unkln-
J'unkln pie I
You don't wsnt tn nalt a mlnut '
For a chain e to go ag'ln It
Wsnt to git your fare duwu In It till It pie
Feel Ilk ym. could finish seven,
Tackle nine an' mehli 'leven !
Hut Just (INK would make a Heaven If If.
rr isr iiouaivr ,ie i
P I' Inkln
THE WISHB0NE-A THANKS0IV1NQ HINT.
Churrh ft,,U a. Buu
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Kan Francisco, Nov. Id. J)r, Alice
Bush of Oakland, a well known physi
cian ami daughter if Teg Collector
liu.li of Han l'rciro, was granted a
divnri-e ye.terday on the unusual lib a
of fraud in th mariiig contract, nnh rich appolnluisuis, wch bsnke-l
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