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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1916)
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aoaiaa' aanuaa; eaeitaaa wns
rmtmrmmmt Mi h Partiaa Wa.ba,a
mm. Gnanmnc aa Ovaeal Slant. SIS C
Caataua roll hancwa far S.nlieaart aa
.rartxaar Hrpaattaau Tratk ml tkat
Aa abnormally fat maa lumbered ta
to a Pullman on a wsst-bouad trsJs.
ul Mt in t loud protest when hs
fouad thst his berth was at Ue end of
1 can eleep a wtnk if ra ever
' Ue car wkMU. I woa cIom my
yea tt rra pot" me over Ue car
"Can help it. sab." mU Us por
tar. It's Ue on that was sold yea.
ad It's Ue only od there Is. YoeH
bare to take a chair car and eet ap if
yoa don take Uis.
Tba tat man finally decided to keep
Ue berth, protesting to to laat that
he did aot expect to dose kl eyes,
Shortly hla anorea vara heard ebovs
i. . .1 .Hhi knf I waa nnt
ue ruui uia m uw uu
until the train had a long wait that the
aonndi isaning from the berth caoaed
anythinit but amaaement. Ia the al
ienee, howerer. they got a the paa
angers' aerrea, and by reqaeat the
porter prodded him ta the riba.
"My goods eat. Bah!" demanded the
porter. -"If yon makes noises like that
whea yon'se lyln' wide awake orer the
car wheels, what would you do It yon
was sound asleep ia the middle of thf
car?" , S'.' i
: s Trying to Signal.
"What did you tell that man who
asked you If he could marry your
"I acted as grouchy aa possible,
replied Mr. Cumroz. "I couldn't tell
him right out that Gladya has a sharp
temper, but I though I'd sort o' hint
to him that she might have Inherited
one." Washington Star.
Nurse Tommy, it Is naughty to
play soldiers on Sunday.
Tommy Oh, this is all right It's
the Salvation Army. Chicago Daily
News. , '
f Tta Ytr UUmt OH 4 IwU .UitatoFUha
S mi a lc rnmek PgUiahins Co. S2S Chw
tmr Uswm Fartind. Onvoa.
"My brain is on fire," tragically ex
claimed Johnson aa he threw himself
down upon the sofa and held his head.
"Why don't you blow it out?" absent-mindedly
asked his room mat.
Lehigh Burr. . . . ,,,
'. - Strong on Figures.
"How Is the sew bookkeeper on fig
ures?" - A- - -
"Alwsys runs to the window when a
good one goes by." Louisville Courier-Journal.
' A cynic is usually a person who Im
agines he is smart enough to be polite
and ill-natured at the same time.
Peace at Any Price. ..
"Do you let your wife havs her own
way?" " . "
"Certainly, and most of mine." Bos
Many Folks Do.
" "Does he borrow trouble?"
"Gosh, nl He goes out and buys
it" Life. .
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buu ana TniaMa. arkick am BakaaOT ta
lh wadicsu aeMoa Off wia mavr.
rum tor blank and efreuiaja. 8ans attaap
OCiNULTAllOM FatK. Addraaa
lie C Cee W Ckkese Mediate Ct.
ItQtt Winn St. PoHlaad. Ora,
P. N. U.
No. 8. 1913
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3 ma and worn
1 1 ant apmtioo. "
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I L . -A rjtiMM tarta. note
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pftcmiY loss um m nin
Stata md National Troops Called to
Dispel Looting Mob Firemen
Driven Away by Stoning
Tounntowa. 0. Foar
klUed,;i other persona, laeludiaff
wosaaa, shot, and IS Ky blocks da
stroyod by fire ss a resolt of rioU
crowing out of the steel mill strike
bars Batvrday night
The fire bad caused a toss estimated
at from IS 00. 000 to 11,000,000 at last
Rioters, whs for boors bad held the
city in s reign of terror, looting stores
and the poatofflfQ and setting Bra to
mac buildinrs. began to quit tns
treat after rumors of the arrival of
troops spread. CiUsens, no waver,
feared a oew outbreak at daybreak.
The trouble was the culmination of
a strike of laborers which began at the
f tk Rannhlle boa A Steel
company a week ago and spread to the
plants of the tut company, wa
rnmhwn Iron A Steel company.
and the Briar Hill Steel company, all
"independent" eooeerna. The men de
tand ZS cents aa boar; the companies
offer aa increase from 191 to 22 cents
The bridss from East Toungstown
shntiun -waa burned to Prevent
riotara from entering the town. Two
eompanisaof United States regulars
from Columbca were ordered to East
Toungstown because of the looting and
burning of the postofflce.
tv. tmihia atartad earlv la the
morning wbea strike sympathisers and
workers at the sheet and tabs plant
dashed. Stones were thrown snd sor
aral shots were fired, bat no oas was
injured. Later in me irarown
riot occurred just outside the tone
nmnan'i nlant and two men were in
jured so badly they were taken to a
The most serious trouble started
when the day ahlft at the sheet and
tuba mills left work. Acrowawoouu
k1 . thai antranea to the works
snd stoned a squad of private polios in
charge of Cbie! wotu, ox ueanom
snd tube company f area.
The police force of ths city was
lined op on a bridge at the riser lead
ing to the main works ox me piam.
Someone ta the crowd threw a rock,
which struck one of the mill guards.
TmwuvllatcJv amoral of the guards
drew their revolvers and fired to scare
Then the real trouble started. Ka
dm wara nraduced bv men in the
crowd and answering shots were sent
back. The guards snswerea bj nnng
c. tv mianL lien and women.
wounded, fen amid the rain of bullets.
Finally the crowd fell back ana vemea
it far hv annlvlnr the torch to build
ings in the neighborhood.
Firemen summoned from Youngs
.m'nrl nn thm aeena. bat before
they could get the boss connected op
with the city hydrants ua erowa arove
ths fire-fighters away. Many shots
flnwl and the firement drove off
with their apparatus amid a bail of
By this time ths flamee threatened
to sweep through the entire business
section.. The inluristea erowa surgea
tkrmiffh the etnets. and threats were
made to burn the entire town.
All available guards were marsh alea
Um tka Rkaot A Tnba eomnanT. and by
other mills la ths suburbs in an effort
to prevent destruction of their prop
erty. ; t .
4000 Get Wsge Increase.
Denver An increase in wages is to
be granted the employes of ths steel
mills of the Colorado Fuel Iron com
pany, according to announcement oi i.
V Walhnrn nraailtent. hero SstOrdsy.
The increases, it wss said, will corre
spond to those announced recently by
ft..;.i. r tka United States Steel cor
poration, and will become effective as
soon as the Uolorsao ruei iron com
offiMala Iarn what the United
States Steel corporation's increases
amount to. About suuv are empioyeu
in the company's steel plant at Fueblo.
Steamship Passss QanaL
Panama Tba steamer Newton, the
laat vaal waitinr for Dssssffe through
tha Panama canal, passed through the
waterway Saturday. Tha Newton,
drawing 87 feet, bss tha greatest
lranirht of uiv vessel uiin? the canal
sines it was dosed Isst September.
Major General uoetnais ssia mat,
while tha Newton was permitted to
pass through tba canal, it was not yet
in condition for continuous traffic snd
that the waterway wss not open. Be
rfarJined to make an estimate of ths
time required to reopen tha cat.
Bribe to Italy Charged.
TWIfn Tha Nana Zurlcher Zeitunr
has received reports from reliable
mivaa aava tha Overseas Nsws
Agency, that the London treaty provid
ing against the conclusion ox a separ
ate peace signed by Italy contains a
aruual flinM nndar which ItslV rS-
ceived 2,000,000 lire for giving her ad
herenee to toe agreement. ne news
sgencyssysit has "special informa
tion" that another elsose in ths treaty
directed s gainst we vsueaa.
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French Release Consuls.
Paria A dtimatch from Athens ssvs
that Jean Guillemia, the French min
iajw tn r.nwM baa announced that
consuls of ths Tectonic allies arrested
la Sslonikl have been released. Urecs
newspapers, the dispatch adds, regard
Uiia action aa aatiii'actorv to ths
201CT Cf t CCs32C.1
to u mm k ccKcmss
Wamhlpsioa D, C The secret pro-
esdure of the Trade eotnmlssloa.
which, with a majority msde up M
Demoeratle politicians, Is now "rega
latiag" big baalaeaa, is desUned to re
eaiva a grtuing' ia UU the SwaU aaa
A demand that light be shed oaths
operations of what Is proooanced ths
noat aecret srencv of aa unusually se
cretive administration will be made
by Republican senators and represent
atives when the spproprlstlona for ths
anentlve branch of the snvernment
Although the commissioa la nearly
vear old. It has given practically 00
publls proof of the activity, it Is as
serted, la enforcing ins laws raiaung
t. ' ail anmnlainta of Unfair
competition and violation of ths anti
trust acts Save been eonsiaerea sm
m lit aaf rat- No busilMSS
concern bss been called on openly la
defend Itself against a charge of via-
JOHN A. KEY
Cengressmsn John A. Key ef Ohio,
chairman ef the house pensions eon
mlttss. la the author ef a Mil pro
viding for pensions for the widows
ef the awn who died I" the Spaniel
American war. It carries aa spore
prlstlen of about $200,000. "
lating tba law. -
RannhllMna eontand that the DuUiC
does not know whether unfair compe
tition Is so prevalent uai ue commia
.1a. k.a kixtn Bwamoad with com
plaints, or so rare that f sw grievances
kave Deen ntea.
TV. An,miaainn aava that about 200
complaints have been filed, but refuses
to divulge disposition ox spscioc ca.
a itkmirli amittlna- that this secret
procedure is not prohibited by the law.
Republicans charge mat re ia conirarj
to the intent of the statute, which pro
vides that when the commission is
satisfied that the law is being violated
.k.ll .it tha niTendar to a DUblie
hearing. The commission bss adopt
ed the procedure ox eonnaenua nw
tigstion of complaints and asserts that
no public hearings have been necessi
tated because In every esse either the
...4 nmm haa abandoned the
practices complained of or the accuser
has withdrawn pis eompiainu
ndd Eesl fey Sareary war
ar..Mnrnn ri fLSearetsrv Gar
rison told the house military commit
tee at a bearing Monday that compul
sory service wss the only really ade
quate basis on wnicn to construct a
military policy compatible with the
idea of democratic government.
The secretary swn u
mm Mmtaiiw of neraonal
sentiment, he said, and did not elabo
rate on it His statement wss regard
ed ss significant, however.
. .a -a as A
C.ra tlmrrimrm it nnivBTBal mili
tary obligation did not make it possi
ble for nations to be drawn into war
despite the wishes of the majority of
the people. .'
4n A m hlnV Vniva or tSarmanv
would be waging wsr if the majority
. .. . JU . I. 9t
01 ueir peopiea uto nm im
plied the secretary. "No nation ever
ia st war at variance with the wishes
of the great majority of Its people."
"" ? T. R. Dsclinss to Bun. .
MinneaDolis William T. Cos, of
Hinnespolis, announced at a meeting
of Progressives Monday, receipt of the
fnllroinir M1mr from Colonel Roose-
velt, in reply to a question whether
the Colonel wouia sgree to toe piacipg
of his name on the Minnesota Repub
lican presidentisl ballot:
"l cannot consent to nav mj mutm
MmA In mnm nrimarfaa. What I am
HIVW . f - -
trying to do is to fight for strsigbtout
Americanism, i am not concerucu
whatever with any individual, myself
or anyone elss. .
American Flag Misused.
Boston The British steamer City of
Lincoln went through the Mediterra
nean sea flying the Ameriesn flag as a
protection against submsrines, mem
bers of the crew ssia wnsn tne steamer
arrived here with a valuable cargo from
Oriental porta. They said the ship's
name wss altered to read "Lincoln."
Officers of the vessel refused to discuss
the matter. . The City of Lincoln car
ried 4000 tons of rubber and 2400 tons
of tin. which, with large consignments
of oil and other freight, mads up a
cargo vslued st 15,000,000.
Suffragists Win Point.
Wsshinston. D. C The Susan B.
Anthony amendment providing for
woman suffrsge was reported favor
sbly to the senate by tba suffraga com
mittee. In our opinion, every pnnci
nle anon which universal manhood
suffrsge rests demands the extension of
its privileges and responsibilities to
women," ssia tne report. iney are
subject to the laws, are taxed for the
support of government, and subject
to a common polities destiny."
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTS;
CEKEKAL CROP CONDITIONS
Portland Wheat Blusstsm, 11.01 1
per bushel; forty-fold. Hi stub, 7i
red rife, B&s; red Russian, B&s,
Hay Eastern Oragoo timothy. I1T
Clt.fiO per ton; valley timothy, IU3
la.ftO; alfalfa, 1T oats and vetch,
''Millfsed Bpot ariose: Bran, 122
per ton; shorts, x4 rolled barley,
$W0f JO. k
Cora White, 151 per tea; eraekeu,
VaaaUblas Artichokes. 11.10 per
doe ao; tomstoes, uiirornts, st.ev aj
1 V nar aratai aabbajra. VOS DOT ewti
carUs. loo per pound; peppers, 104t
Hie; eggplant, we; sprauta, eej
norsersdiah, 8e; csullfiower, l.1M
2 per erau; salary, S-T5; beans, I0
Ills par pound; lettuce, 1160 per
crate; peas, 810 per pound.
flaaaui Wuita Paara. tlUl.50 MT
box; gram W per barrel; cranber
Potatoes Oregon, ll.2S4tl.2B per
sack; Ysklmsa, tl.2S431.SS; sweeta,
2.TStS per ewt
Onions Oregon buying price, 11.18
f . a. b. shipping point
Apples Spltoenbsrgs, extra fency,
22.26 per box; fancy, 22; ehoica,
tl KO- Janathana. extra fsncy.
$1.60; fancy. 11.16; choice, 21; Yellow
Newtowas, extra isney, s'; '""J
tl.76; choke, SUA 1.2S; Baldwins,
extra fsncy, fl.BO; fancy, 11.25;
ehoica, $1; russets, orchard ran, tl.
Eggs Oregon ranch, eanaiso, ss
tSc per dosen; Oregoa storagt, 22 (J
Poultry Hsns, small, lis per
pound; large, 15c; small springs, 14t
Is; broiisrs, ive; turssys, live, (eiw
10c: turksva. dressed, choice, 20c;
ducks, 12(itlSc; gessa, 12ei2ic
Rnttar Cltv ereamerv. cubes, ex
tras, selling at 2Se psr pound; firsts,
XCie; prints ana cartons, extra, rnm
mmiA ta wahiaaa aountrv creamerv.
2220e; butterfat, No. 1, 28c; No. 2,
Veal Fancy, 1IJ31S per pound.
Pork Fsncy, 8c psr pound.
Hops 1916 crop, 10llc per pound.
Van! Eaalan Oiesroa. 184t26e;
vallav. 25226c: fall lambs' wool. 2Ss;
mohair, Oregon, 28c
Caseara Bark Old and new, stc
Cattls Choice steers, 27 ft 7.78;
good, $a.7S7; medium, f.60.75;
choice cows, 2S.6O0ZO; goad. 26.25
S Rfl. Mariinm. lS.Tfia5.tS: hsifSTS.
Um 0; bulla, fZE0.S0; stags. 23
Bogs - Light, K.25.e0; heavy,
Sheep Wethers, lo7.xo; ewes,
14.25 5.76; lambs, f78.28.
Farmers Are Holding Oats.
Pnrtland The oats market is be
coming firmer with lighter offerings.
Receipts have declined materially of
late, and practically no oats are com-
lr,m If am from aaat of the mountains.
There has been buying In the interior
for shipment eastward, ana uis bss
atrengthened the Mesa of farmers
throughout the country. The contin
ued Eastern demand lor choice greos
Nnrthanatarn oata la looked for. and
for this reason farmers are not dis
posed to sail now. Tha spread tn
prices, east and wsst, however, is not
wide enough yet to make the business
very attractive to snippers as wis eno.
althone-h a considerable volume of
business has been worked.
Valley oata, which are In large sup
! ara not likelv to find an Eastern
outlet, but there should be a bettor
market for them here, with none com
ing in from Eastern Oregon or eastern
Waahtngton. -v.'--- -
Inland Empire Holds Onto Grain.
Tariatna. Idaho On sceount of be
ing finaneislly able to play a wslting
game, grain growers or ue iniana
Empire are refusing to sell this sea
son's crop at the prices quoted. More
then 76 per cent of the crop of 10,000,.
000 bushels is still In the bands of the
Var the first time wheat Is being ex
tensively shipped from this region by
rail direct to New York for export and
markets of the Eastern states for mill
ing purposes. Also, practically all
barley stiipments nave gone iml. i am
mnmmant ia baeominar heavier daily.
snd la expected to continue until the
opening of the Panama canal, when
the grain will be diverted to Portland
al Pno-at Sannd noints. thence
through the canal to tha European na
C ha halls Milk Price Advsncss.
Chehalis. Wash. The Pscifie Coast
Condensed Milk company has an
umiiAad tha milk nriee for the first
half of January at Chehalis to be
$1.70, an increase of live cents a hun
dred over the price paid the last half
of December. ; -
There has bora a steady gain In the
price of milk the past 60 days, locally.
Tha condenser eomnsnv la mskinK
heavy shipments of milk that business
being greatly Improved recently owing
to drafts on Eastern supplies for shlp
ment to Europe.
Wool Qrowers Intsrsstsd.
Pendleton, Or, Word comes from
all points cf Eastern Oregon as far
from Pendleton as Prineville thst rsp
aaaantativaa will loin the Umatilla
County sheepmen In their spectsl car,
which-leaves Pendleton Wednesday,
January 12, for Salt Lake City to at
tend the Nstionai Convention oi wool
Growers. The following towns will
send delegates: Beppner, Baker, Wal
lowa, Prineville, Bay Creek, Stanfleld,
Pilot Rock, Echo and Pendleton. The
Dsrty returns Mondsy, Jan. 17. Senator
j. N. Burgess will manage tba trip. ,
Alfalfa Land Pries Cut.
Bermiston, Or. The price of alfalfa
Isnd tn this locality is to be greatly
reduced, according to a movement In
augurated at the annual meeting of the
Harm is ton Commercial club. Land
owners are agreed that this Is neces
sary to dispose of their holdings, and
the Commercial club urges it to pro
mote settlement,' The old fruit-land
price of 2200 to 8300 an scrs for uninv
provsd land will be divided by five or
six. The Commercial elub will issue a
folder setting forth the reasons for the
reduction la prices of alfalfa land.
Seattle, Wesh.-Chsrged with sell
Ing a quantity of wood eloohol, which
hss resulted la the death ot ssveral
sssa since Jsnusry 1. T. Tsksaa,
Japanese, 88 years old, manager af t
dru.Ur tl SC2 SUth
wss arrested beta. Detectives Yorls
and Wsechtat say thsy saw ths sals by
Tskana af two plot bottlss ot the poU
soa, A spectfis charge of msnalaugh
tar will be prsf erred against the dmt
gist by the prosecuting attorney s
race. . .
The pharmacy operstsa oy i"
according ta detectives, hss bean mads
the baas of supply since the dry Is w
want Into effect, January 1. for a num
ber ot bootleggers, some of whom. It
Is alleged, operated andar the dlree
tloa of the Jepanese, Five men, who
, tmmm k..kt Knlllaa of WOOd Si-
sohol from Taksna, are bsld la the sliy
jsil as wltnsssss.
a iMlma John Burns, aa
nhtentlfisd msn, and Joha Alton, died
EDWIN Y. WEBB
Cengressmsn Idwln V. Wtbk ef
North Carellna, as ehslrmsn sf the
house Judlelsy eommlttss, helped the
cause ef woman suffrsgs to the extent
ef granting a hssring en ths tussa B.
Aithsny amsndmsnt, be for his asm
mlttee. Monday, the letter at midnight, ef
wood alcohol poisoning.
Thla aaakaa a total of 12 who hSVO
died of alcoholism from wood sleobol
or cheap whisky substitutes since the
dry law went into offset.
Dover Kei Mt k2e ty
nanaav A mass meeting at the au
ditorium on the State cspitol grounds
wss bsld here iste Tussaey ay several
hundred presons thrown out of employ
ment by prohibition.
Raanliitlnna arara nraasntsd to Gov
ernor Carlson by a committee beaded
by Willism Koch, secretary -oi toe
Raaarar Warkara' association, asking
that an extra session of the legislature
be called to devise means of furnish
ing employment for those deprived of
TSta rfamAnatration ended with S Par
ade throuah the downtown streets with
banners reading: "Wet or dry, we
must have work or ws u know wny.
U. S. WatTsfi'p laa fyMr
500 Kites Across Usi
Washington. D. CFlsffShiDS Of U
Atlantis and Pacific fleets were In
radio communication Tuesday across
shout 2500 miles of Intervening Isnd.
The battleship Wyoming, nearuspe
Henry, reported to the Navy depart
mant that mssssffss exchanged with
the Ssn Diego, at Gusysmss, Mexico,
wars strong ana easily resa.
Unusual ststic conditions probsbly
maXa nnaathla thla conversation, ibe
feat of communication between the
two fleets over such an extent of land
never before bsving been accomplish
ed. Improved appartatus recently
Installed on ths big ships of the navy
also aided to the success of tha tost.
Grazing Bill Is Fsvorsd.
I Wsshlngton, D. C The bouss pub
lie lands committee haa favorably re
ported the 640-acrs stockralsing boms
stesd MIL On motion of Representa
tive Sinnott an amendment wss adopt
ed authorising tha secretary before de
signsting areas for entry In 640-aere
tracts to resere stock drivewsys a
quarter of a mile wide across these
arsss in order thst livestock may be
driven to and from the summer range
in forest reserves. The bill also wss
emended to permit the reservstion of
wster holes and watering places.
Parry Boom Is Launched.
" Washington. D. C A vice presi
dentisl boom for Will B. Psrry, of Se
attle, member of the Federal Trade
commission, Is being quietly launched
by his friends in Wsshlngton.
Those who stand sponsor for this
movement contend (&t ths Far West
cannot bops to name the, hssd of the
tlka hnt aan raaannahlv aak for
second plsee, and Mr. Parry la being
put lorwsxa as a man wno wouia com
mand support from both wings of ths
Auto Makers To Bs Tsxsd.
Wsshlngton, D. C. The proposed
tax on horse power of automobiles
would be imposed on manufacturers
and not on owners, according to a
statement Issued by Secretary McAdoo.
"No yearly taxation of automobiles
slmisr to the license of states and
municipalities Is contemplated," ssld
the statement, "nor bss It at any time
been suggssted thst a Federal tax bs
Imposed on sutomobiles in use by pri
It aaaaaav ' 1 H
- .:; I
: - Ti' 'Y liU
a Lawful P.SVSSIS.
"I'm laying for thst motorist Ihal
almost knocked me down, and wksa 1
. .. i- ...In la alva blm SUCt
aaioa aim. ... .
a pair ot blank sm as eaa hardly tss
out ef taosa. .
-Aren't you s field ot being arrested
for sesaultlng aimT
"How ess I bsT Hssat ths law said
motorists must hsve their lamps
lna4 fWllllutore Aiasrlosa,
Asta aa a Bhlsid.
1 dont Ilka to hsve
prop up a aswsnsper at ths breakfast
table. Do youf"
"Oh. 1 dual kno. It kssps Us
grapafmlt from sisering as far as II
otherwise migbf-Uulsvllls Courtsr-
"Nsra Addled whils Rome barasd."
"I dont believe It," replied Ue Mas
who Uses ta disagree. "Ne violinist
with Nero's political pull would have
permitted a pyroUchttlo display to gs
oa as a rival performance." Washing
"Would your wife vols tor yea at a
candidate tor officer
-I Boat think there's any use ot my
bothering my hssd about that.'' re
plied Mr. Maektoa, "1 Boat believe
Henrietta would let me ran la Us
first place. Wsahlngtoa BtaT.
tale ef Prepsrednsss.
De yen approve of prJperedasesr
"Yaa," replied fteaslor Korgham. "I
havsnt got Us sncoursgsmsnt I'd like
for prepsrednsss for war. Bat aobody
caa svsr ssy thst I wssn't prepared
tor aa argumeat" Wsahlngtoa Star.
Aren't yon afraid to be aloes la Us
woods r asksd ths sympathetic maa.
-No, sir.1 repllsd the eld gulds;
"whsa I'm alone la the woods aobody
la llabls to pick s for a deer. It's
Ue only time 1 feel safe." Washing
"Do you Utah tsoasy la esssatlal to
"Not absolutely. I kaow asveral
womsa who are perfectly happy aoea
malallng soap wrappers sad tobacco
How tan a sraroa - a aa raaaaa
Sll T la., SL uwW'. ha. sail S;
at Manila -mt a-il
Vnaa-alaa.-J ul taaaaaSaa
m! Ta it
Mrs. fubbubs I wonder where lit
tle Willie and David arcT Did yos
see aayUlng ot my jewels ss yea
mm ma .tun, lv Matdnraf
Nsxdore Yes, I did. ma'am. Your
Jewels are la soak. I saw them swim
ming la ue riTsr. oosioa Transcript
Wlfshsed Her Aim.
first Olrl Student Are yoa going
to try for aa M. A. eeiiT
Second Girl Student No; rat going
to try for aa M. R. . Bostoa Tran
TRY THIS EASY WAY
TO CLEAR YOUR SKIN
WITH RESINOL SOAP
Bathe your face for several minutes
working Ue ersamy lather lato the
skla gently with Ue tlngst tlps. Then
aah aft with mora Reslnol Soap and
warm watar, finishing with a daah at
clear cold water to close ue pores.
Do Uls once or twice a day, and yea
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healing, antiseptic Rsslnol medics tloa
soothes ana ciessses me poree,
movss pimplss snd blackheads, and
immwmM IK. anfnnlaloB clear, freah and
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Reslnol Soap Is sold by all druggists.
Three In Ons.
"Now this typewriter la equipped
With all Ue summer sttschmsnls."
"A smsU mirror, a mlntsture clock
and a thermometer: everything a girl
has to consult frequently." Louisville
Capsbls Crying. "
t haaa (hat haanliful actress WSDt
copiously at Us proper placsa during
bsr insv .
"Cryf She made Ue official eourt
crier look Ilka a rank amatear."
anuka Tnta Your BjnoeS
SIS-1 rat-raaa. a -a4ar tm Ika faat Haa
saiafal sw alka. aawratn. swaUaa taal. Manas
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j& Wr A. k OuaaUa. La Sr, M. X.
"Did Mother Eve really dress In
. "8o wa are told, my child."
mil a Int nt old slothes she must
have bsd to glvs awsy la Ue falir
... Thslr Utility.
"If avsrythlng has a use, what are
Idiots good forr .
"Well, If It wssn't for Idiots, ttere
wouldn't be anybody to look for gss
leaks with a lighted candle or to rocs
boats." Bsltimors American. .
, Of Courss, Thsrs Wsra,
! la tha iti,i whan naonla nssd
to fsll 'down and worship Ue sun"
, "well, my boyr-
"Wers there a lot of heat prostra
tions T" Bsltimors American.
"It dossn't psy to argue with your
wife." -- t
"I never get a chance to, but shs
sometimes argues wiU me."
Slsng In a Hst Btors.
"What can ws do for you, slrr .
"I want to bur a silk bat"
"Yesstr, Jim, show Uls gentleman
soms periscopes." Ksntas City Jour
nal. ; ., . .;. ' ,
"Ever msko any monsy la Ua stock
msrkstr ' '
"No, but I'vs savsd a lot by sot play
ing if - . ! . '
"Doss your husband msks a report
to you of how bs employs his tlmsT"
"Yes. But bs censors ifWash
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is atw't Kaialslossntrsntais.
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sobailds the rsi"uve w r
la avetd tolas sad prsvsst coosuaiptliMa.
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"Howe your marksmanship V asks4
Us basdlt chief.
"Improving." repllsd the trusty llssv
tenant. "I tried out a maa this morn
ing la a shootlngaoross the border
test" ' .
"Did he hit his aisrkr
"No. But bs cams close. He aimed
at New Mexico and hit Arisooa."
"Hullo, Tom! Wests Uls 1 hear
about your having soma labor saving
"It s trus, all right Im going to
marry aa bslrssa.M Boston Tree
" Touching ths Dealer.
"Oh. doctor. I feel funny Insldsl"
What hsve yoa been sailnr
"Tbst's Just tha troubls. doctor. I
slat bsd nothing to eat for a week.
Caa yea spare a eoppsrr Hrsfly.
' '1 see you have a cold like every
body else." .
-This Isnl a cold. I simply got
hoarse telling all my friends bow to
euro thslr colde." Waahlogtoa Bur.
A Thsory Only.
Thla Is a free country"
"Yee. In theory." '
"Why, wbst do you meeur
"Isnl It composed mainly of mar
ried msnr Baltimore Amertcsa.
Rata aualihy. Straaf -Ural re
aatiata aa4 fkrawlaae aaaS slarlaa fce
taataas saay rears eelare was affaraS aa a
Danuia X,a MMMIaa. Iturta is SHU Ovw
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Ha aaMrtlaf aat are vmmimmm, -r
af taae Urla-aaH aa aaaaUla-a, aa tf
talaraataS Mil lot at tka ' rw
Lsssons la Msmory.
Jsffrey How do yoo suppose Uat
dear old msn remembered exactly how
much he paid for bis gold tooth, which
he bought 40 years soT
Agnes Why, I suppose he carried
It In hit head. Lampoon.
. Hsd Psrt of It Alrssdy.
"01. Oit" chortled Cssey. "so did
Mslonsy give yes U' hlack oysr
"Us did not" retorted Murphy with
dignity, "he gave ms only lb block.
01 hod U' oys ahl th' tlms." Msdlsy.
Mild Wsy ef Saying "Ysa Llsl"
Hobbs (tolling a Istl story) I as
surs you. old mnn. It 1 hadn't sesa It
myself I wouldn't believe It
Dobtis Then you'll umtarsland why
I don't Boston Transcript
1 wish, ma, you wouldn't call ma
your lamb before propls."
"Why not Wllller
"Bscsuse tt makes ms feat to sheep,
ish," Baltimore American,
"There Is still said to be shortage la
dyestuffs for ladles' hosiery."
"Um. Another white Christmas."
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