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EO PROSPERITY WAVE BOSTON VIEWS
M YEAR TOTAL i WAGED IN CHICAGO SMASHES ON ROCK ON LIKE FLOCK OF I PROVEN BY FLOOD BRANOEIS WITH
OF STEEL ORDERS AL
1.0KDON', Kelt. 20.--IlrltM emu
flIUw hi fill t)i war nn HiliI)inl
tlpiriwK tho wMnth of Fbnwry lmcd
n, tfltfil 9l 73i offipaw AlUl 17,847
LONDON, Pb. 20. Orct Ilrit.
rtlti'tf pflnwnftl national oxpcntlittifo
I'or tho ottrront yrne wilUruAWi a to
tnl of l,fiOf),OOU,000 pounilN HtcrlitiK,
npeonllnjr to n Hlntemont today by
llrpinnld .ViWfrnimitiftiiffillor of tho
exchequer, nddnNtiii(j the Amooin
ttnn of Chambers of Commerce of the
United Kingdom. Great Itritnin, ho
Mild, had maintained tier uredit tin
.Impaired throughout tho war.
The Rovemmctrt, ho nid, wan pre.
pared to give assistance in developing
foreign trade to insure that rivals
who were "flrrnt HritninVi bitter e.
cinicn," should not, iih in tho past,
enjoy control of the foieign trade.
Hir Algernon Freeman Firth, prenU
dent of the nnocintion, unit! that
"tho uliength and safety of the na
tion lay in its ability to produeo
what is required from it soil and
Colonel Hughes of Sheffield naid
the entire ncrenfic of tho country
eould not produeo anything like the
quantity of foodstuff ueepfwary to
inninlain the nation. An amendment
whh ndopted using the word "empiie''
for "nation" in the chairman' ico
VASHINOTON', Feb. 'JO,-(on-grostuiiiin
McArlliiir of Otegon has
I'lidnnod the Ferris-Chamberlain bill
'doaling with tho CaliforniaOregoti
"Tho piopohitinu to xell timber
InudH worth .$10,000 to .fJO.OOO a
'ijiiiirlor tcojioij for $2..10 an oiyv(
riilimilniU," he told the lipiuo puhlie.'
landrt oommiiNion. "The procei'dn
tihould go to the fccliool mid road
. Chairman WiUon withdrew his bill
in the interoM of th Filler eliiiin
nuU, which Chairman Ferris had e
linuiimd a "loaded."
PUGET SOUND NAVY
WASHINGTON, lVli. 20.
Kiiiiimi'ut of the 1'tiBot Sound navy
yard for bntlleship construction at
hn oxhiiino of approximately $'2,000,
000 wiih favored, but not acted upon
today in the senate nnval committee.
In the ultxenco of a quonim Chair
mau Tillman indorsed the 1'nindexter
bill for that purpose and nuthorUed
tho Washington senator to report if
ho eould get a favorable poll of tho
LONDON, Feb. 89.--The lioily of
Henry Jauu, the novelist, who itletl
J'eiteriliiy, will be cremated. The
fuuoral korvlvo w be held Filday ut
Ohokioa Old Church.
Tho only relative who wero with
Mr. Jaino uIihii ho died wtuc hU
nltti-ln-luw, Mm William Jutmw,
and lili iiicfo. Ml n Morgand Jamea,
Uotli of rambrlilge, Mhb
LONDUX, Feb. 20. -A Ctrl
New dUpnteh from IVtrogrnit wt
the Turks ure toklily ova mm ting
TrohiwMuJ him) the neighboring tttwu
on the Ulaelt mu eoa-it of the Cuu
-DAY IN CONGRESS
WASHINGTON, Feb. 20. -KnaU:
teu;ued debute on Shield water-
Witutww tmiifiis mi IawU IX
JJnimleU' noiumutioH to tk intmuo
court before judiiiary bnli04MMiit-
.Military (omauUtc CMMtiaued w0rk
wiv the Aiwy n orgtmuitmn bill.
lubW mi loiilUe ntrtt-
! JSwO.-Jlii) wditrv cviinnittiH,
CtUllHIUttil WWK 041 dtiui i 'H'k'l'ttW.
BUT CREW RESCUED
CHH'AJO, Feb 29 -In A primary
todny tho ropiibllcnn, ilttmrntlc mid
loclnlim partlm rotod far thtrty-tlre
eandldatM for nldoriHon mid ono cun
dldato far a vacant? on th tnunlelpal
court bench. Thii weather 1 clear
On the republican side Mayor
William Hale Thompson and the'ean
d Ida ton he Im aupportiug have fought
hard with the opposition, prlnnlmlly
in nine wards In which republican
aldermen have opposed tho mayor'n
pollclod and now seek ro-nomlna-tlon.
The Injection of tho Knton-
After Uclng amn.hed in hov nunu IAIII0. Ii 29 A rombatant
agalnut tho aouth Jett of (ho an- ho was In one of the nuMit advanrod
Aon bar at the mouth of th t'Mllle i trmchM tarty Ih the battlfl f r
rlver early today, the atwimor l'l- dun, and who has jnat Mturnett to
field, from 8an Franrlwo for Han- j.ar wounded. glvoH his experiences
dun, wi-nt on the rocks a short ilia- Hl follews:
totici) south of tho Jntty and Is bo- I "At dawn wo received orders to
lloved to ho a total loss. Hor crow ; WIVU iho trnnclu and to rotlro to a
of 21 men and 3 passengers wro throng position in tho Vaux woods
brought to shore safely on a breeches h,, fronl of nouaiimont. Ilendlng low
buoy rigged by tho life saving crew. ! wo rf,triMi the four or five kllo-
The steamer had n big hole stovo In m,,tr thmm-ii H.
her bow. Htm fitted with water soon
after going on the rocks within a
short dlstanco of the beach. She
wont aBhoro at tho name spot whore
meters through tho snow without
much loss. Once In the new trenches
wo could not hoaraono another speak
so great was the hoIhc of the canuon-
j adlng and whoii v,o looked through
ARM AS RADICAL
IIokc salary splitting scandal Into tho j t,o steamer Itandolph was beached ', tj,c porw.0pcs wo could only
primary and tho action taken by va
rious factions of tho wet and dry
forces, have given unusual Interest
to tho campaign.
From tht; Interest displayed and
the fact that both men and women
will oto, It In predicted that tho to-
after turning turtle three yoars ago I ,luavy o)ollllH of Rmol(C i,uUlnB out
on tho bur with the loss of three t)P Hky, with Jets of flro flashing
Ah yet the exact cause of the wreck '
through thoB nowflakes. There were
about a dozen of us In the trench
of the Flfleld haH not been leurnod nm we felt the suppiossed amotion ho
from Captain C. Dahemaii, her mus
ter. Althouuh a heavy ea was run-
tut number of votes cast will be closo nlng. It wns not believed to have been
to 400,000, sufficient to throw hor from hor!...i
On the democratic side the fight Is course, and It Is presumed that some- ..Tho,we saw tho Hermans coming
general throughout the city between tlilim went wrong with her steering on. Tlloy W(ro ,n mich nmMM lhat
....... u ,.u u. ...ii.oi.'iiuimu Rrar, me accident occuired as slic tlioy looked like a flock of sheep
"" i was worKing nor way in to crosa tno
Ft-or of fruudH and violence In somo , bar.
or tno wards catiHed the election nu-; The FUIold was a viniscI of 1 10 net I of lho dvnnolng mtusos. but they
tborlllM to requisition Uo service . tonnage and carried a cargo of hay. wore soon filled un bv fresh i.atches
... .... ...... i -..---.
one was owneu uy inn a. f. i-;sta
brook company, of San Franblsco.
much that nt least wo all burst out
singing, nnd yet none of us could
hear a word spoken, even by him-
When our guns began to speak white
i empty spaces showed among tho gray
of extra detulls of pollco this morn
Ing. Two hundred private detectives
have been employed to watch tho
WASHINGTON-, Feb. 20.-Clront
Hritnin has replied in the American
of gray. As they nonred our barbed
wlro our machine guns oponod flro
nnd we had to cover our ears with
SEVEN OKLAHOMAN'S 'unj thing thnt camo :iaudy, tho noise
PERISH IN BLAZE .was so tiemendous. I felt no fear
but I had no feelings or thoughts,
only n sort of buzzing and vertigo.
When night eaino on and tho flares
TALOOA. Olila.. Feb. 20.-Tho
protest against intiileivneo with , bodies of seven persons were tuiiudi
minis mid tho document on its uny, today in the nuns of a farmhouse, J lighted up the field the nermann
by mist. Hecrelnrv Landing was ad- ;hutned last nixlit near bote. The seemed to bo quite close, but It was
vised of its coming todav, but did not dead have been identified ns Jl. inn optical IIIiihIom. They advanced
announce mix indication of the nu-, Creed, Ins wife, three children and bravely, waving tholr rifle or leap
tore of the Hnti-h reply. J Ins two brother. ' Ing as they paased ovor the heaps of
NKW YOllK. Feb, 29 - Orders ag
gregating 4,000,000 tons, valued at
1240,000,000. havt boon placed In
the ste market tlnre Jainary 1, and
the crest of tho boom has not yet
ben reached, according to state
ments made hero today by leadors
In the Industry.
The orders placed In tho last two
months Indicate profits to the mills of
$80,000,000. half of which is ex
ported to flow Into the coffers of tho
Fnlted States Stool Corporation. Kven
this tremendous tldo of prosperity,
It is declnred, will bo surpassed beforo
tho close of tho year. It Is pointed
out that prices havo advanced JG and
$10 slnco New Year's day nnd fur
ther advances are looked for In tho
near future which will eclipse the
record of 1899 and 1900. Reports
from different parts of tho country
reveal strong efforts to Improvo and
extend existing plants with tho possi
bility that tho productive capacity of
the United States will havo been in
creased by 1917 at the rato of I,
000,000 tons annually. Apart from
tho direct efforts of tho European
war the Industry ban been given a
tremendous Impetus by tho orders
placed for equipment by tho land nnd
water transportation companies,
which nre almost swamped by un
precedented volume of truffle.
It Is estimated that slnco January
1 contrncts for railroad equipment
and for steamships calling for 900,
000 tons of steel at u cost of $120.
000,000 have been lot.
dead. 1 was knocked over by a shell
and had my arm broken and as the
trench was completely destroyed 1
crawled away and fortunately met
an armored automobile which took
me to Verdun."
! WASHINGTON. I.li. '-! The
! sennti- judic nr Mib loinliiittio wliM'h
lis invf'tiiuitMK the fitness of Louis
I). MmmWi of lknton to bo mem
ber of the supreme eowrt, rcmumed its
Kdwtird H. Ifntchin f Hmton
nuked for his opinion of the nominee,
"HU general reputation nt the bar
in Hoslon is that lie is n lawyer of
great, ability, but not straightfor
ward." Fnited Slatei Attorney Anderson
of IJoston, presenting testimony for
Mr. llrnndeis, nsked Hutehins if his
firm diil not represent the vested in
lorosts of the llostnu community. Mr.
ilutchina replied thnt he would not
"any his film represented all "vest
ed interests," nor tepre.sented fiueh
Mr. Anderson asked if Mr. llrnn
deis had not incurred much enmity
through his fight against tho New
Haven railrond, legislation for sav
ings blink insurance and his attacks
against gas companies and tlm Old
Dominion Copper company.
Mr. Hutehins said this wns so.
Asked from what lawyers he had
gathered the general reputation of
'Mr. Ilrandeis, Hutchiim named among
others Charles K. Chonte, Jr., Ilieh
nrd Olney and Arthur I).,Hill.
Anderson rend n letter from Hill
saying it would be difficult for any
radical to, be popular in lhnton.
Considering the enmpnign of pub
licity carried on against him bv C.
W. itanon in hii papers, the enmitv
of tho New Haven, and adding to
that, he is an outsider, successful nnd
a Jew, and ou hao explained the
reason-, for Ins unpojnlant," wrote
Hill, exprc-Mni; the hope Ilrandeis
would be continued.
WIIV HAIR' FALLS OUT
mtnft t fevflivsh IrrtfflV
tfen of IM (Wnlp, Iho hdlr rodts
hftfh, loot and then the hair
comes out fart. To slop falling hair
at one and rid tho aenlp of every
partlctfl of dMdraff. t n tfi-ennt
bottle of DuNderlHt- at any drug store,
iponr a little In your hand and rub
well Into the scalp. Aftar a fow ap
plications all dandruff disappears and
the hair stops falling out -Adv.
A CHILD GEI3 CROSS,
Look, Mother! If tongue Is coated
clean llttlo U or unil
MUTT AND JEFF
By BUD FISHER
GJtGj this Nivr-jR.ev
H-vroRsf sr-, -xhKT
COWS rMM'T (,0T CHO
Naw to CAG.
fs1f,MUTT, "VOO'HJ 1 f)
Goot on p.gous.! x -dnno. c BCftJSC NeiTHeV- f lh fc
0,i4klV Ui iwmu Thn Ui.)wii llll
If your little one's tonguo Is coated.
It Is a sure sign the stomach, liver
and bowels need a gentle, thorough
cleansing at onco. Whon your child
Is cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't
sleep, eat or act nnturally; If breath
Is bad, stomach sour, system full of
cold, throat sore, or If feverish, glvo
u teaBpoonful of "California Syrup
of Figs," nnd In n few hours all tho
clogged-up, constipated wasto, sour
bile and undigested food will gently
move out of tho bowels, and you havo
a well, playful child again.
Sick children needn't ho coaxed to
tako this harmless "fruit laxatlvo."
Millions of mothers keep It handy be
cause thoy know Its action on tho
stomach, liver and bowols Is prompt
and sure. They also know n llttlo
given today saves n sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent
bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which contains directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown
ups plainly on the bottle. Ilewnro of
counterfeits sold here. Oct tho gon
nlne made by "California Fig Syrup
Guess this ene: Whyis "Tux" the one non-bite to
bacco? Sure! you got it because no imitator has ever
yet solved the riddle of the "Tuxedo Process," of course.'
Havo you property for
sale 11" so, we believe
it, will be to your advan
tage to confer with us..
Give your interests care
ful consideration and
seo us AFTER MARCH
1ST, not before. After
this date wo will be
ready for real business.
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and See its
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That "Tuxedo Process," by the way, has had 'em all guessing for a
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t wstot v
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Gun Barrel Cylinder Bore
va h. p.
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