TIII5 IIUNI) 11VL1A7TIN, IIKNI), WHMNKHDAY, HKPTISMIIKIt I, 1012 PA OR 11. IMRS.WSPART IN THEELECTION Governor Marshall's Wifo Has the Memory For Names. ROMANCE OF THEIR LIVES, Ths Notification of lit Indiana Cx aeutlva For Democratic Vfoa Prssl dtnoy Henora a n.cord Orsakar. Dy J. C. HAMMOND, Of Damoerallo National Publicity Ou raau. linllntinK)ll. Jut nbout tho lime (lint thousand of friend of tlnv. ernor Thoinii llllcy Mil mini 1 1 were iiuxlotiNly wauling to nlml.it hi hand In congratulation nwr liU acceptance a candidate of liu president (in tliu Democratic ticket n auilllng woman Htcpped before li 1 in. nml If oni) could Inn i- heard what she whlapercd In hi cur It would Imvit Im'ii aoincthlug like "Now. hurry In. Tom. nml change your ClotlleH," Ami Tom Marshall forgot to shako hand with tlut ciiihulit(lc friend ti it 1 11 I n liuil curried out tlui order of Mm, Tom. (milium tin honored four of her sou na tlco prcftldciitlnl candidates on the Democratic ticket, hut tliu croud Hint THOUIM n. MAIISIIALU greeted (lovcrnor Marshall In tho big folLciim In the state fulr ground hero today were the guuleat In the hlMory of the party Tho wet wnntcd lo aliow III east what could W done In nntltlcatloti hou om, nml. wlillo Mr. Mnmlmll was Imp py. of roumc, orr I lie honor for her hunlmml, alii- wna nlao worried, for her husband itiini'4 mighty clime lo being father, huolHiml. on nml partnrr ull In one Ami when n woman lias Hint coin. Miintlon on her hand lo rare for alio tin nvery right lo l" worried (loterimr Mnmlmll will never gain any honor im ii hntnmer thrower. Mo la not hullt lint wny. While nil the country wna reading the rigorous wonla of (lixeruor Mar ahnll which told the rotem whnt he exicet Democrnry to do In earning out the pledge for the next four year It's worth while to know whnt mrt woman la inking In the atmlm of ti.e ciitnnlgn-how Tom Mnmlmll tint K)ii to lie In the Hltlou lu which he atnmta toilny. The good wople of Columbia City. I ml., never tlionght Thomas lllley Mar ahull wn n "iiiurrylnit mnn." I'or for. ty yearn lie hud lived with hi pi lent, nursing hoth hla fnther nml mother, who were Invnllda, which wua the ret. aon Governor Mnmlmll wna not n mar rylnK man. lie felt hla ilrat duty wo to hla parents. Mastlno Mr a. Marshall. After the denth of hla parenta Gov ernor Mnmlmll dived deeper Into hla law practice, and one day nn ursent cnae took lilm to Angola. Ind. Ill dti tlei called III in to the county clerk' of fice, nud there ho met Mlaa I.ola Kim ey. daughter of the county clerk, who wna aaalatlng her fnthor In the otttce. From Hint dny Governor Mnmlmll had more liuilucaa n round the county clerk'a olnce In Angola thnn uny law yer In half a dozen nearby couutlea. Governor Mnmlmll wjas forty-two yenm of age when he wna married. Mm. Mnmhall twins nearly twenty yenm hla Junior, The Mnmhulli hod been married only n few weeka when tho future vice president was called to nn udjolnlng county on a en he tlmt would coiiaumo luiuiii five or alx weeka of hla time, "Now, I did not want to lx starting off like tlmt," Governor Mnmlmll ex plained to a friend one dny, no I Juat told Mra. Mnmhull that 1 thouKht alio should ko along. And alio did." Kluco tlioii Gournor Mnmlmll has never made n trip without Mm. Mar shall going ulong. They have traveled ull over the country together: they go to tmmiuctx nnd political mooting to gether until the friend of tho Indlnnn executive refer to him nnd Ida wife as tho "pnnla." "Tom Mnmhall la not ovcmtronK,' explained one of hla frlenda. "While not n delicate man. hi constitution la not of tho most vlKuroua typo, "When he net a Into n political battle he forgets his weakneaa. Ho gives all tlmt la In him, and that will toll on any man, Mm. Marshall soon dlacov. 1 that the vovernor would become ijfeuted In making a sncocli nnd the 'wit day bis toIc would bt Irtisky. Vf'ftT "ikBaaaV aaaaKaV WV Hlio decided tlmt he hnd heller give up Home of the Immlahiildiig mid tnko care of IiIh licit I tit llmt. Ko when you find him miikliiK a apeech ho dotm not stay around to hear (he niplmie of tliu mi illeuce, Hal her, he htirrlea to liU room nnd elinngeN liU clothing, "Home ieople have aald that Tom Mnmlmll I not a Imndalmkliig politi cian, He U nut. Ilia wife thlnka It la mure Important to gtinrd hla health thnn to curry out the old time policy, nnd ahe la correct, as alio la In inott all other lliluga." "Horn Air" Pravalli. The Mamhall home la lyplcal of (ho mlNtreaa. It I a hoiiiu of hiMika, nnd still one dooi not feel "hooklah," Olio of (he Mnmhall frlenda aald he always felt like eating when he entered the Mnmhall home lu Cnlumlitn City or (he executive timualon at liidlnunpolla, Mm. Mnmhall MIuvcm lu a home llmt, and the "homo air" prevail, "If Governor Mnmlmll ever occupied the White llone ntiii- would not know that hlolorlc luatllullon," do chirea nn admirer. "Mm. Mnrahall would have It a real home. People would feel comfortable even lu the iiildat of the gold and glitter." Hill It I not only na a wife nnd the inlntriKN of a homu tlmt Mm. M.imhall aliow her ability. Him I n politician and a clever one. Hlio nlo has a re markable memory. Goiernor Mnmlmll ban enrned the reputation of being In n clan of atory tellera all by hlmolf. He can remem ber Morion, but he forgot namea. A mime I aoiiiethlng to bo cat aalde with (lournor Mamhall, and IhU I one of the legret of hi life, If ho tin any regret. The goteruor I not a worrying man, He I Nomewhnt a fa tiilUt. but If he could he would like to remi'iiittvr tmtue: but. not hating Hint ability, hedoc nut worry, for Mm, Mamhall I the new rememberer of tho family. Hhe baa n peculiar ability alone thla line. Not only doea ahe remember the last nnme, but any combination of name come na aecoud nature to her. and ahe rnrrlca tlila ability on dowu to the children nnd coualna of any otic seeking the governor. While the governor Is abating banda and loli'K lo reinemlier whether hli caller I Jone or Hmlth. Mm. Mamhall I buy auppljlng the Information and aaklng about all the relative. Ideal Partnara, Governor Mamhall ha no brother or slatem. and hi parents belug dead leave him aoineuhat barren of rela tive. Governor Mamhall'a friend are en thualnatlc over hi home life. When be ha Marled on talking of hi wife n new light In the Homier executive come to the eurfnee. They come near lelng Idenl married pnrluem. "I wn talking lo Tom oue dny." explained one of hi tuot Intimate friend. "We were leaning back, and Tom hnd l-u telling some of hi gol atorle to illutrale vnfloiu topic of our coiitemnlloii. We were welting for Mm. Mnmhall to come Imck from n ahopiilug tour, and I !mpciicd to re mark Hint I liked Mm. Mumlmll Ul ter every time I met her. "Well, now tbafa the way she atrtkc me Jim.' he aald 'Wo have liocu married aomo alxteen yenm. and a time goe that 1 n long or h 1 IktIimI, Juhi n you think To me It I but n I'.rotli.g day. Thou think back over my married life nnd (lud I have grown tu know Mm Mnmlmll belter etery day A man mnt tint only Into but he r ul alii repivt Id iwrtiior In till life reapi-ct her III all tiling. Khe mint lutte wonderful nualltle to make the lute mid reapovl grow deeer and loiter each d.iy, That'a Ik-vii my hUtory. "The fact that Mm. Moralmll tus leen In ayuipnthy lu my work, my play, my life, la good Hut I have been Mm Mb''' 1 m UliS. UlllSIULU In sympathy with hem. Oum Is not a euo sided life. We have beeu rt uem, and that's tbo way It should be lu this world.' " Mm. Mnmhall has watched orer his administration of the affair of ludlana with n Jealous care. There has beeu nothing of the spectacular In hla ml mlulatrutlou, It has been a Millie gov ernment. The laws that ho has fought for and won aliow the spirit of the man. They are uplifting. They deal with tho Improvement of man, woman and child, Wlillo Governor Mnmhall Is describ ed na n "tender hearted" executive, nevertheless he Is n lighter. He be longs to the old lighting stock of Vir ginia. ' Governor Marshall Is not n dodger. He has bis opinions, and be lets them lie known. While he la an organisation man, he knows that organization are not perfect that they cau mnke iuIh takes, If they make mistakes he thinks It Is his duty to say so and get tho saylujf over at the first pos sible moment. Mm.- Uurshatl Is not satisfied with ALSO AT ARMAGEDDON. wMmMfti ',,.. m immmm ml I 'to t.. bv.. yv. -"Z I ' Nw York World. I - her domeatlc duties nlone. Mio'wnnt to do her share In problem of the po litical and IiunIuc world. Mm. Mar ahalt la aabl to have dUcuaacd In de tail with her hutband Ida ncttou on the llaltlmore convention, and when It waa aeen that Mamhall wna the mnn who waa going to go on the ticket w'.lh Wllaon he wanted to know what hi wife thought about lb "It won't I any harder than being Governor of Indiana, nnd If tho party thinks you are the man It only agree with my opinion," alio aald, and that actlled the matter with Governor Mar ahnll. Mrs. Mamhall had the' honor of be ing tho flmt woman In Indiana to bold an otllre. Hhe was appointed county clerk of HIcuIk-ii county by her father and held tlmt ofllco for n number of year. When Governor Mamhall nnd hi wife were nlxiut to lie married she de cided Hint her ldt official net of the offlce would he to mnke out the mar riage llcrnae. Governor Mamhall ac companied hla wife to tho county clerk'a otneo nnd watched her with care n ahe noted tho record In the big book nnd filled out the llrcne and watched her a she carefully signed her fnther'a name, with her own as deputy. Mm. Mamhall. having blotted the Ink. said. "Now we can go." "Not yet." laughed Governor Mar shall. "Why, we are all fixed," explained Mm. Mnmhall, Hiluttug to the llcenae "Ye, but I have to pay for It." n piled the governor. "It's nil light for you to mnke It out. but It's up to me to pay the fee." And he did. Mm. Mnmlmll I n keen student, nnd. having calahtUhcd tho practice of go Ing with her huiband on nil hi trip, lie they abort or long, they mirVo It n tolnt to carry along some book. Mm. Mamhall I aa much of a hu manitarian aa the governor. A glance nt some of the bill that have tx-cn passed by the 1011 Indiana Icgbdature give an tmdght Into the governor:- To curtail child labor. To regulate aule of cold storage prod uct. To require hygienic schoolhouaes nd medical examination of children. Tu prevent blindness a birth. To regulate sale of cocaine and other drug. To provide free treatment for hy drophobia. To establish public playgrounds. To Improve pure food laws. To protect against loan sharks. To provide police court matrons. To prevent Unfile In white slave. To permit night school. Tu require medical supplies as part of a train equipment Governor Mamhall has nlao ployed an active part In providing for protec tion of labor, as is cxumpled by the following ucts; To creuto a bureau of Inspection for workshops, factories, inlnea and boilers. To establish free employment agen cies; To require full train crows. To require safety devices on switch engines'. To require efficient headlights on engine. To require standard cabooses. To provide weekly wnge, etc. And Governor Mamhall has con sulted with his "iwrtner" on all these bills. He Is quoted an saying n man can't go far wrong In taking tho advice of a wife if she In his partner as well us bis wife. Having oxhauHted his supply of ad Jectlves lu denouncing Tuft, lloosovelt Is now leading n campaign of denun ciation of every oue who does not agree with himself. Partners hnve pulled against the short end of the yokp long enough. Wilson and Marshall promise to see that tho pulling Is made mora nearly eren. Wonder how the colonel likes being an outcast ROLLA WELLS IS EARLY ONTHE JOB Democratic National Treasurer Is After Small Contributor. THE PEOPLE TO HELP. Thare la lo Da No Tainted Monty' j Uaad In Clscttng Wilson and Mar ahall. New York. A small, smooth shaved, middle aged man with a coat ot tan that gave etldence of much outdoor life recently came Into the Waldorf carrying a suit case early In the after noon and registered as "Holla Wells. 8t. Ix)ul. Mo." Tho smooth shaved little man, who Is to lw the watchdog of tbo Wilson campaign money from now on, waa a.kcd for vital etalltlc. whercniwn It wna learned at llmt hand Hint be I a banker and ex-mayor of Ht Iiul. Is nfty-slx yearn old, was graduated nt Princeton In 1H7H. or three yearn U forc Governor Wilson wns graduated: that he ha two mm who are Prince ton men nnd n grandson who some day will le n Princeton man; that he hnd no notion of seeing New York this summer until the Wilson organi sation selected him as Its treasurer and Hint Juat nt present the one thing Hint sticks out In the npiolntincnt in his mind Is that the new Job cut In se riously ukiii a moat beautiful vacation which be and Mrs. Wells bad been en Joying in a camp at I.lttlo Traverse tyty. Michigan. Mr. Wells believes In getting nt bis desk at 8 o'clock In tho morning. "We are going to raise our campaign fund through the small contribution." said Mr. Well. "1 am sure that a large part of the tnouey will be raised by popular sub scription. "The people bare confidence in Woodrow Wlli-on, and they will give what they can of their means to elect such a man president. "I am a great believer In publishing broadcast, before and after election, the various contributions made. "There are menVho can well afford to give the committee $3,000, but I want to assure the public that we are not going to have any tainted money. "We are npieallng to tbo people, and we are relying ou them to help elect Wilson and Mumlmll "l have two boys who have been sraduated from Princeton, one Ave yearn ago and oue seven. Hut It Is not because oum Is a Prlncetou family that 1 like Governor Wilson. He Is a great big man and the typo that we should have In public life." Voodrow Wilson says this Is not a time to bo ufruld to "speak out in meet ing." That he wns not nfruld is dem onstrated by his logical speech In ac ccptlng tho Democratic nomination. Itoosevclt was willing to crawl from Hie White House to the cnpltol lu ltwS if be could help bis friend Hoot. To day he would like nothing better than meeting Hoot up u dark alley. Tbo Democrats nre depending on the small contributor to help elect Wil son and Mumlmll. The appeal U being made to tho people, aud the people are responding. Wilson will make the most accessible president who has ever occupied the White Houso. Ho Is typically a Dem ocratic man. Partners have awakened to the folly of the so called blessings ot a protec tive tariff. - - - Wait, Ladies. Wait! till you see the new Roods now on the way to Bend.' Millinery Suit, Conts, Skirtu and Ladles' Furnlahlns. All the latest Ideas. Best goods for the lctst money. MRS. A. H. BLACK Indoors from the postofTicc, Wall Street. lis ALL FARM FAVORITES The farmer finds the Dctr Llnecontalns jut the plow he needs - a Blow for every purpose. For the John Deer "(he plow without better today than ever, because wo buvo made it our constant aim to Improve, strengthen and simplify, G? as wen as multiply me line in oroer to meet ment s o( nu van ceo , scientific methods and special farm ing, until today there are Ovmr 1,000 Styles of slows In the the farmer to select from. Every ooe of them is stamped with the name which means so much to plow liters; the name JiaSz tbo quality and ot every uoit, snare, rnoiuooara, excry brace and every rod that goes to make the complete plow. Don't buy until you have become with the Dccre H. J. 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I ! --I-1 .1 - & over G8 yearn Plow has been a peer," and it's ino require Dttre Line for mat guarantees S& workmansntp nut, ncam, acquainted Line of flows. nmti BROTHERS MARKET Special Attention to Transient Tf avvcl All arrangements made for per6ns desiring to so south and cast of here W. P. SCHMIDT Dend, Or es; on aImiu .n. ta.J. In 19 mkA 1A fuuM (6 ftLti. l MBjSjHhf aasaiiss 1bbbbbW fcTTsWV'vJ?Jltl a-. T'i''"