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- TflE. MARK or- jjjAGUARANTLE-- j IHE COST OF LIVING You can save from (1 to $1(0 vary easily In a year. t only depends on th amount of bualntea you do with us. Tha quality of all INCREASE HAS CAUSED EVEN ur goods Is unsurpassed and our MEMBERS OF CONGRESS TO prices are savins prices. Complete SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE. lines of everything In Jewelry. Committee From House and Senate to Investigate Conditions and Report What Remedies Joint SALT LAHB 170 MAIM St. CITX, UTAH, ' May Be Effected. The Tonopah Way atory is being circulated around Tonopah concerning one of the most The incrcased'eost of Washington. prominent physicians In mis city, and living was the subject of a concurwhich shows that there are divers rent resolution offered in the nouse methods of collecting bills. on Tuesday by Representative Hull Several months ago a well known of Tennessee. It provides for a joint Tonopah lady engaged a cook, but the committee of seven members of ,the and were Instead postponed pay days five members ot tne senate of coin of the real mbelng paid for the Louse and conditions and report to investigate services, only promises resulted. may be ettected what remedies One morning the lady of the hou arose and on vlu'.tlng the breaktaat through legislation. In consonance with the resolution table was astonished to find that no introduced bv Representative Hull, made for been the had preparations Secretary Wilson of the department morning meal. She hastily went to nt agriculture has crdered a sweep the hired girl's bed room, where the In servant was found In bed, and who ing inquiry Into the cost of living States. United the 111. doctor The of being complained I realize," said Secretary Wilson, was summoned and, after making an undertaken a blgj con examination, asked the girl If she was that we have we can carry it out- - We really sick. There was no response tract, butmen and we have vut uioney. to the Interrogation, except a mute have the look of appeal from the patient. The The work will be done thoroughly. mistress left the room at this time, Much work will be done by Inspectors of tha bureau of animal Industry, but and the girl blurted out: "No. I am not sick, only the lady t other divisions of the department will owes me three in 0:1 tha' wages and I assist." am going to stay in bed until 1 reObtaining unanimous consent to ceive my pay." the house for thirty minutes soon after that body reconvened atter "Well, for the love of heaven," the M. P., "move over. She the holiday recess. Representative wee me 1100." Tonopah Bonanza. Douglas of Ohio declared tnat .je method of making appropriations for The Stork and the Eagle. government expenditures appeared to "A west Philadelphia teacher was him to be radically wrong. He said was afforded members no talking about wild animals and birds of opportunity the house to consider the relative to a class of little girls," said Secreof various appropriations tary Dick of the board of education Importance proposed. la relating some of the amusing InciMr. Douglas Bald that the food prodents that happen lu the public duction of the country was not keep. .. schools. ing pace with the growth of popula"She bad told them about the. car- tion, and yet, he said, congress hatf nivorous animals and beasts of the done practically nothing to encourage jungle and began asking questions development of the soil. "Last year congress appropriated to about birds of prey. " 'Cau anyone In the class tell me,' the army snd navy and to military oenslons $3S5,(i00.OOO, or 67H per cent she aked, 'what bird it Is that Is so or our total revenue." continued Mr. of can out the down that it fly strong ivniijlus. "and we appropriated to our aky and carry off a small child with prent department of agriculture ease?" or about 2 per cent of our re "There was a moment's pause, and venue.' then a UtUe girl In the rear, of the Whole Family Poisoned. class-roofrantically raised her hand. " 'I know, fairly shouted the bright Los Angeles, cal. Nine persons pupil, under stress of great excite- are dead and two others are not exment, 'It's the stork, 'cause one of pected to survive as the result of eat'em brought a baby to our house last ing canned peaches containing ptomaine poison Saturday night at night!' "Philadelphia Record. a suburb of this city. All are Far Away From Praying. members of the Preclado family, a Mrs. Park hurst, conversing with a well known family, which were the New York correspond! who first to settle in Santa Monica. The illiberal views on the woman can of peaches was put up several months ago by Mrs. Preciado and was question, said with a smile: "Ah. you disappoint me. I had partaken of by all those who are dead from the effects of the thought American men were models or suffering a at family reunion on New poison, I women. am In their treatment of Year's day. 1 as dlsnpiKiinted In you as once was child. In a little Wool Growers Make Kick. "She had Just come from India on Cheyenne. Wyo. Resolutions pro a P. and O. to be put to school, and acatnst forest reserve one night she stayid with me all Indorsing the tariff and opnight. tariff changes, indorsing a wool posing he-I had bed "After she put to and demands for better all warehouse vUlted her room to tce if she railroad rates on freight and better litI saw In dim the tbe light light. government of quarantine regulations, figure groping on Its were adopted at the final session of tle, I knees In the cot, and wnispered to the Wyoming Woolgrowera' associa' my daughter: President J. A. Del-- f tion Tuesday. "The little de,r Is saying her elder and Secretary George Walker were The next convention prayers.' will be held In Sheridan. Senator F. "A tiny voice came from the cot K. Warren snd Congressman R. D. "'Where the deMIs my dolly 7" Colo of Ohio were the chief speakers. Nothing Special. Has Had Enough of Polar Politics. library arsistai.t (to visitor, who, that polar Washington. Denying Is wandering about In a puzzled niaa-nrIn the board ol or dissension politics lookI Are "Can you help you? manacnient or any similar cause, ing for anrtitinw . special?" Visitor "No, thank you; was responsible for his derision. Pro A ad-dre- . Saw-tvll- Anglo-India- man-ig'-me- s while-robe- d (atently) fpfimr Willis I.. Moore, for five yearn president cf the National Geoiraphlc Purk. or society, which organization pas-rLieutenant Featv s ti"rth 00 1c records Among the Illiterates. Vnele Joe Cannon had an amulog on Tuesday addressed a letter to each of the members of th bwrd declaring expcriet.ee with a waiter In a Kansas that he docs not w'sh to conCity hotel d irfng his last visit to that sider his name In cronnectlon with city. BHng in no mood to select his the presidency. dinner, he had icsseij aside, afier a glance, the menu presented to hi 111 by Expert Tarmtt Wanted. the waiter, saying: Washington farmer" 'Rupert "Bring tne a good dinner." wanted, salary 11.200 per annum.' Joe" "Uncle the slipped Incidentally The- - Indian service Is making this of bian a big tip la advance. fer lo aerlrultural student. AppointThis repast proving satisfactory, ments will be restricted ti crainater the pursued the same plan of agricultural colic'. Succe.fil durin? the remainder of Ms stay In be designated by In wil applicant Kansas City. As be was bating the dian Commissioner Valentine to mm an be age agricultural demonstration farm-oeervHor remarked Indian reervaMo-- i In arid and fcelpd Mm on with bis overcoat: "I beg your pardon, sir, but when semi-ariregl m of tbe you or say of your fr1nd that can't Bandit Killeo In Chicago. read come to K an as W.f, just ask Chicago. An or.iden'lfied man. salt for Yot"-Philalfl- ;ha IWard. by the police to hive been sn arromp Accomplished Child. lire of Otto 0'en. now under rret Mr me Nor Pruyth" "We are Just for the attempted rol!ery bark from the continent, where my wod Park postoftV-was Fhot and her edu- killed by the poi ce here. The shoot daughter bas been cation, f he speak all language. Irg occurred as the man at'empted to Trie Profeor "Ah! dos the speak escape from a bon n wM'h be S!irro'in1d by the police. Thll Fref tiifi?"e Mrs. "IJks a native!" Is the third robber hllle.l by the pollt since January 1. Punch. Religious Question Ra sed. The Tortoise a Weather Prophet I'.rosseia. Peir asserts tnat the The tortoise shows a greater d; marrlatte of King Albert an 1 Q eer like to and fear of rain than any other Klisiabeth, who wan the prince o aalmar Twenty four hours or more Bavaria, w sanctioned" neither bj before rain falls the Uaiapagoe tor- the late Leopold nor by nerlla toise makes for shelter. On a bright merit, as King Is reqilre4 by cons'ltntjon clear moro'ng. when not a cloud can Tbe paper lnslts that sanction ef th be en. all I be shellbacks on a tormarrlsjre parliament I Imierlve be sees Sine th byconfirmation toise farm may sometime !.eopold'i keled for the nearest overhanging refrlotjs marriage fhe of Catholic p that When rocks happens tbe people per seem di?p-to rale ht'? krifjTr that rain will come down d jrin in? u re flrnsvy nniesi tit Alrc-rtbe day. and. as a ml. It eoms dowt '" to 'atbnic in fu torrents Tbe slga never fails. Inence, ! was only looking for my wife." d tun spo-akf- eTeiy rt finl-bin- s. D.bs-Fmylb- 'nz l;ie e. increased Price of Elk Teeth. "During the last five years the value of elk teeth bas more-tha- n trebled." said a' western traveler at the Frederic, according to the St. Paul Dispatch. "In 1904 you could get any number of fine specimens In Idaho, Montana, Washington and bordering states for $2.50 apiece. Now you will pay from $7.00 to $10, and they are hard to get for even that. The Apache, Sioux, Comanche and Chippewa Indians used to have dozens of them In their possession and traded them lor trinkets. Hut the redskin got wise to their value, and you can buy them from a regular dealer cheaper now than from the Indian. The passing of the elk and the great demand made by the members of the Elk lodge for teeth for emblems have boosted the price." The traveler recited an incident of an Oklahoman who bought a robe cov-ere- d with elk teeth from a Wichita Indian for $100. He cut off the teeth and cleaned up $2,200 on the deal. A A Drama on the Street, remarkable coincidence occurred at San Bernardino, Cal., one day late- A Lesson In Economy. "I notice you always fling the driver your purse when we take a conveyance." said the heroine of the historical novel. "I do," admitted the hero of the same. "How do you expect to support a wife? Give him the exact legal fare hereafter." Louisville Courier-Journa- Interesting Information. In an Interview published in tha Kleler Neueate. Nachrlcbten, Groasad-mlra- l von Roster says many Interesting, things about his visit to New York, among them the following: "In the absence of President Taft who was away on a trip to the Mexican frontier, the' place of honor "was of the taken by . the United States, Secretary of State Sherman of New York." Knowledge Enough. At the moment of their fall Adam and Eve. being Innocent, were used to doing things In an unconscious manner. That is to say, they didn't Fletcher-lze- . With the result that they failed of getting the full effect of the apple all the protelda and carbohydrates. However, hi thler blind, blundering way, they attained to enough knowl 'The Novice. odge of good and evil to mane them Old Lawyer (to young partner) Did you draw up old Moneybag's will? terrible bores to themselves forever to all their descendants Young Partner Yes, sir; and so alter, and generation. tight that all the relatives in the Puck. unto the present , world cannot break it. Old Lawyer (with some disgust) On Time. Tbe next time there Is a will to be man his life in an en,"Tbat spends I'll do it myself!" New drawn up, deavor to get people to do things on York Sun. time." "That's fine and' philanthropic!, Graphic Variations. What does he do, for a living?" Civilization," remarked the canni"Sells book on the installment bal king, "promotes some strange l. vice-preside- Sorry He Spoke. Dubbs (with newspaper) It tells here,' my dear, how a progressive New York woman makes her social calls by telephone. Mrs. Dubbs Progressive. Huh! She's probably like 'me,' not a decent thing towea,r, 'Boston Transcript. Mr. line-wis-e - . v ' Taklrig isio Chances. Griggs Odd that these doctors can't prescribe for themselves.' There's Cuttera just, gone to another physician , plan." to be treated. llriggs That's where he is wise. His Business. "Yon see that man across the Cuttera knows bow few of his pastreet? Well, you can always get cut tients recover. rates from him for bis work." Mistakes Will Happen. "What Is It?" (to her sister, a doctor) Lady trees Baland "Trimming hedges." There I cooked a meal for the first timore American. and I made a mess of it. time "Well, And Mother Officiates. dear, never mind; It's noth' I lost my first patient" Eddie Do you have morning pray- ing. ers at your house? Where Pepya Won Fame. Freddie We have some kind of a ' "Who was this feTlbw Pepys, and service when father gets In. what is his claim to fame?" "His claim to fame Is well founded, Occasionally we meet people who spend half their time telling what my friend. He's the man who kept a they are going to do and the other half diary for more than a year." explaining why they didn't do It. Happiness In marriage would be If you see a fault In others, think more prevalent If a man would handle of two of your own. and do not add a his wife as tenderly and carefully aa third one by your hasty Judgment he doe n old briar pipe. Ideas." "To whom do you especially refer?" Inquired the missionary. "Among you the ultimate consumer Is regarded with sympathy. Here he is considered very lucky." . ' . ly, whereby a couple about to be divorced were happily brought together Alt Kinds. again. Mrs. Walter Preston was on "It takes all kinds of people to her way to the court to secure a divorce against her husband when her make a world," said the ready-madlittle daughter darted In the path of philosopher. "Certainly." answered the plain peran onrushlng motor car. The mother's screams attracted the attention son; "look at explorers. Some of them of a man who dashed in front of the excel with mathematical Instruments machine, seized the little girl and and some with typewriters and picture leaped to safety as the automobile machines." shot by. The rescuer proved to be the ' Would 8urprise Him All Right. husband and father. . Explanations First Girl I want to give my Dance were soon made, and the two made a surprise for a present their way to the attorney's office, Can't you suggest birthday something? srhere Mrs. ' Preston tore up the diSecond Girl You might tell him vorce complaint. your age. to-da- Dcm't Weep At hie Ice Oouise. Some people swell up on "emotion" orewed from absolute untruth. It's an old trick of tbe leaders of the Labor Trust to twist facts and make the "sympathetic ones" "weep at the ice house." (That's part of the tale lurtner on.) Com per s et al sneer at, spit upon and defy our courts, seeking sympathy by falsely telling the people the courts were trying to deprive them of free .......... CtllUl.h nn Men can speak freely and nrlnt onin ions freely in this country and no court will object, but they cannot be allowed to print matter as part of a criminal conspiracy to Injure and rula other citizens. Gompera and his trust associates started out to ruin the Bucks Stove Co., drive Its hundreds of workmen out of work and destroy the value of the plant without regard to the fact that hard earned money of men who worked, had been invested there. The conspirators were told by tbe courts to stop these vicious "trust" methods, (efforts to break the firm that won't come under trust rule), but instead of stopping they "dare" the courts to punish them and demand new laws to protect them in such destructive and tyrannical acts as they may desire o do. The reason Gompers and his band persisted In try ing to ruin the Pucks Stove Works was because the stove company Insist ed on tbe right to keep some old em ployees at work when "de union" or dered them discharged and some of de gang" put on. Now let us reverse the conditions and have a look. Suppose the company bad ordered the union to dismiss certain men from their union, and, the demand being re-iused, should Institute a boycott gainst that union, publish Its name In an "unfair lUt." Instruct other manufacturers all over the United State not to buy the labor of that union, have committees call at store and threaten to boycott If the merchant sold anything made by that union. Picket tbe factories where member work and slug thent on the wsy home, blow up their bouse and wreck th works, and even murder a few members of tbe Loyootted union to teach tuern they must oley the orders of "organised Capital?" It would certainly be fair for the company to do theo thing if lawful for tbe 11 or Trust to do them. In such a cane, under our law the boycotted union could rpply to our courts and the court would order tki company to eeae boycotting and tryln to ruin the union men. thereupon the company should neer at the court arid In open defiance continue the unlawful acts In a carefully laid out plan, Inn ruled to ruin the union and force It meriilier Into poverty What a howl would go up from the union demanding that the co-protect them and punih their law break-Inoppressors. Then they would praise the court snd go on earning a gup-po- ne per-aiten- t, pur-oei- y ? living protected from ruin and happy In the knowledge that tbe people's mu Id defend them. court ilow could any of us receive protection from law breakers unless the court have power to, and do punish such men? The court Is placed in position where It mutt de on thing er the ether punih men wh pert et 'n defying Its peace order er ge out ef service, let anarchy reign, and the more powerful dettroy the weaker. peaceful citizens sustain the court their defender. be.a thieve, forgers, burglar, crook of all kind arid violent members of labor nniont. bate them and threaten violence If their member sre punit-befor breaking tbe law. They want tbe court to let them go fre snd at the rame time amand punWbment for o ner men ' o f. ide de union" hen the- - treal (he Notice the stove re'e. law. Tnce t "violent" member of labor eolon. Tbe great malorl'y of the "unheard" anion men are peaceable. upright citizens. The noisy, violent ones get into office and the leaders of the great Labor Trust know how to mass this kind of men. In labor conventions and thus carry out tbe leaders' schemes, frequently abhorrent to the rank and file: so It was at the late Toronto convention. The paid delegates would applaud and "resolute" as Gompers wanted, but now and then some of the reel n Insist on being heard, sometimes at the risk of their lives. Delegate K.gan la reported to have said at the Toronto convention: "If the officers of the federation would only adhere to the law we would think a lot more of them." The Grand Council of the Provincial Worklngmen's Ass'n of Canada has declared in favor of severing all connections with unions in the U. S., saying "any union having Its seat of Gov't in America, and pretending to be international in lis scope, roust fight industrial battles according to American methods. Said methods have consequences which are abhorrent to the people of Canada Involving hunger. niUery. riot, bloodshed and murder, all of which might be termed aa a result of the practical war now In progress In our fair provinces and directed by foreign emissaries of the United Miners of America." That Is an honest Canadian view ot our Infamous "Labor Tpist." A few days aao the daily papers printed tbe following: (By tbe Associated Pre.)) Washington, D. C. Nov. 10. Characterizing tbe attitude of 8amue Gompers, John Mitchell and Frank Mor-rlsoof the American Federation of excite a wave of sympathetic enthusi asm jor mm, wnicn would carry the delegates off their feet, and result In his "That his long leadership, and this apparent impossibility to fill his place has gone to bis head, and made him imagine that he is much greater a man than be really Is, Is undoubtedly the case, and accounts for the tactics be has adopted in dealing with questions before congress, where he has unnecessarily antagonized men to whom labor must look for recognition of their demands, and where labor measures are often opposed on account of this very antagonism, which would work-ingme- g n tabor the contempt proceeding In the courts of tbe District of Columbia. In connection with the Bucks' Stove and range company, a "a willful, premeditated violation of the law," Simon Burns, general master workman of tbe general assembly. Knlrbt of tabor, has voiced a severe condemnation o; thene three leaders. exMr. Burn pressed his confidence In rourt In general snd In those of the District vl Columbia In particular. arrsovrn r to M.4Tt. This rebuke by Burn was in hi an nual report to tbe general assembly of nts organization. lie received tbe hearty approval of the delegate wbo It beard read at their annual meeting in tm city. "There in no trust or combination of capital In the world." said Mr. Bum, "that violate law oftener than do tbe trust labor organization, whk h reort to wore diohonest, unfair and dishonorable method toward their competitor than any trust or combinations In the country." Mr. Bum said the action of "these leaders" would be harmful for year to come whenever attempt were made to obtain labor legislation. "The tabor Digest" reputable . worklngman' say, a part of an article entitled "Tha beginning of the end of Oompersiam, many organizations becoming tired of tbe polk le which have been enforced by the president of tbe A. F. of L." "That be ha maintained b leadership for so long a time in the face of bl stubborn clinging to pol!rie mhU h the more thoughtful worklne-nebate seen for year must be abandoned, bs been on account partly of tbe sentimental feeling on tbe part of tbe that be oorht not lo b deof the posed, snd tbe nnwliiins-nmen vi ho were mentioned for tbe place, to accept a nomination In opposit ion 10 him. In addition to this, thre I no denying the rbrewdnes of the leader of the A. F. of L and hi political sagacity, whlrn baa enabled him to keep a firm grip on tbe Bjarbinery of the organization, and lo have bl faithful benrbmen In the posHion where they could do him the most good whenever their service might be needed. er "Further tba tbi. !e ba failed, at tbe !at convention, t have torre sensation to spring on th st psychologies! moment, which would elac him in the light ef a martyr t the cause ef unionism, and In - paj-er- ri!e-or-rui- n n n-r- te i coo-veeffo-n otherwise receive support "There Is no doul t but what organized labor In this country would be much stronger with a leader who was more In touch with conditions as they actually exist, and who would bring to the front the new policies which organized labor roust if it exacts to even maintain It adopt nrenent ian,iin in say nothing of making future progress." quote portions ot another article, a reprint, from the same labor paper: "Organized labor ihmnrh It. tn.A. era, must recognize tbe mistakes of tbe tast If they expect to perpetuate their organizations or to develop the move-meni woirn tney head. No movement, no organization, no nation can develop beyond the intellects which guide these organizations, and If the leaders are dominated by a selfish motive the organization wilt tii.nt ns a spirit of selfisbneas. which has never appealed to mankind In any walk of lite at any time since history begm. "It can be naiH In ii.ftnaiifiii tain leaders of organized labor thsl tbe precarious nmiiinn shir k k tupy a leaders has bad a tendency to auee loem to lose tight of the object n mn.i roe organization. The natural Instind In man tor anrf nn.ii(n is tn no small measure responsible ... - for the tl l.llkiu r.f ik- an y in unions alone, but In every branch of society. This desire or er and leadership and personal rrandlzeri ril cause men who have earnest end sincere In their effort In tbe start to deteriorate Into mere politician Whose evarv art mA Utterance Is tinged with the desire i cTr 10 tne baser passions of the working majority In tbe societies or organization and thla la undoubtedly true when applied to turn prewnt leaders of the Federation of tabor. We mention (be Federation of tabor particularly In this article, because that organization I the only organization of labor which has yet found Itself In direct opposition to th laws of the land. There are other organizations of labor wboie leaders have made mistake, but tbey have always kept them lves and tbeir organlzatifma witbin tbe hound of the law and respected the ficht of ever other min In . sldering the riehts of themselve and meir constituency; whereas, the motto of the Federatisn I lu.t ,.w.... snd unless the leaders conform themselve and their organization In aecord-ancwith tbe laws of tbe land, the leaders and the organization Itself see If the object-lessowhich the have been forced to give to these lead-erIs going to be recognized and It they are going to conform themselves and their future work and actions In accordance thereto." Let the people remember that comment "The Federation of Labor In par. ticular stands before the bar of publlq opinion having been convicted of sef. fishness and a disposition to rule ail the people of the country In the interest of tbe few." The great. 90 per cent of Americans do not take kindly to tbo acts ol tyranny of these trust lenders openly demanding that all people bow down to the rules of the tabor Trust and w are treated to the humiliating spectacle of our Congress and even the Chief Executive entertaining these convicted and listening with consideration to their insolent demands thai the very laws be changed to allow them to safely carry on their plan ol gaining control over tbe affairs of th . people. The sturdy workers of America bav come to know the truth about these "martyrs sacrliicing themselves in th noble cause of labor" but H'a only the hysterical ones who swell and cry over thn aforesaid "heroes,"upreminding one of the two romantic elderly maids a law-break-ers " who, weeping copiously, were disco w ered by tbe old Janitor at Mt. Vernon, "What Is It alls you ladles?" Taking the handkerchief from one swollen red eye, between sobs she said: "Why we have so long revered tb memory of George Washington thai we feel It a privilege to come here and ln-rn- weep at hi tomb." "Yas m. yasm, yo shore bad a deslr to express yo' sympathy but yo' are OVerftowin' at d wrnnr nnl n 1. weepln at de Ice house." Don't get maudlin about who must be punirbed If the very existence of our people Is to be maln 1 imr lat-o- r t.. talned. If you have tympany II cnho be extendedanytosurplus tbe honest workers continue to earn food when threat ened and are frequently hurt and sometime killed before tbe courts can Intervene to protect them. Now the tabor Trust leaders demand of Congress that the courts be stripped of power to Issue Injunctions to prevent them from assaulting or murdering men who dare earn a living when ordered by tha Labor Trust to quit work. Don't "weep at tbe Ice House" and don't permit any set of to bully our court. If your voice and vte ran prevent. Be sure and writ your Representative and Senators In Congress asking them not to vote for any measure to psevent tbe court from protecting homes, property and person from sXak by paid agents of this great tabor Trust. tat every reader write, and writ w I n e must be Jiinu ert d and pas Into nisiory, lor in America the common ene of mankind I developed to a greater extent than in any other nation tbe earth, and tbe people, who are tbe court of last report In this country, win never al'ow sny system to develop In this country whleh. does not meet with the approval of tbe majority of the citizens of tbe country, "This must have forced Itself upon tbe leader of tbe FedersMon by tbi time. If u ha not, tbe leaders must be eliminated. The organization which they bead has done many meritorious things la time pat and tbe people are alway ready and willing lo acknowledge the benefit which tbeir efforts have brought to their constituency a whole, but at tbe prevent time labor In general, and the TA organization era'lon of tabor la particular, stand before th bar ef pvblie opinion, leg been convicted ef lannet and a seeH'n tIn rule all the peeoie ef t the Interest ef th country The people are patient and awaitlog to h. f. pen-ba- p now. Iont rlt client and s'low tbe organized snd paid fjen of this great trust to force Conere believe tbey represent tbe great raasee of the American people. Say your say and let your representative in Congress know that you do not . ant to Ie under nw law which would governed empower the tal-o- r Trust leie ra wilK to tell when to right you work. Where I ror wnorn; At what price! What to What not to buy! Whom to boy! vote for! How much yon ball pay per month In fee to tbe UhnrTm.H o l..i etc , etc, etc. Tbi Power f flow beln in ty the ia re of ! Tell your Senator and tive plainly that yo don'tRepresentathera to vote for any measure thatwant will allow Set of men either any ...1- J epi'al or tabor to govern and tile rornrnr, Pople. wbo prefer to Vbe free to go and come, work of not .ana vote for whom tbey plea. Every man's liberty win disappear . 1. when tha iMitara f (V. rust or any other tmt v hh. bod over people and m their forrea prevent our courts from fIordlng protect ton. J- m n. i- "There- - a T?.o " C W. POST. Battle Cre- -. WlcX .