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1 NEWSPAPER ollobtt the ttne You are relioved of all reaponsiblllty aa (a quality of malarial and workmanahlp whan you buy anything of ua. X Your paraonal taete you muat aallafy youraalf. Our guarantooa ara abaoluta. IT SAW LAKI Cllt, UTAH Wounding the King' English. One of Washington's wealthiest women la another Mrs. Malaprop, and er' acquaintances tell many a weird etory of her manipulation of the King's English. Once a friend said to her: "Mrs. Blank, how well and strong your daughter looks." "Yes." was the answer, "Mary is so well; in fact, I'think she Is the most indelicate girl in Washington." Another time some one said in ref- erence to Mary's return from abroad, "Where is Mary now" The mother Malaprop answered, "She is at Parts and she would spend all her time there, if she could. She is the great est Parasite' I have ever known." She also informed some one that her husband's costume at a masked ball was. very effective, that "he went In the' garbage of a monk." Another time her daughter's hand was praised for its beauty and she said: "Yes, Daisy has a beautiful hand, and the next time we go to Italy we intend having a bust made of Daisy's hand." ' HAPPY of least resistance MAIM OFFICE WRECKED MOVED THE CAPITAL DAYS Score or More of Live Loet ae Re sult of Unueual Accident In Canadian Newspaper Building. GOVERNOR HASKELL OF OKLA HOMA DISOBEYS COURT AND MOVES HEADQUARTERS. Montreal, Canada. Between twen ty and thirty persona lost their Uvea on Monday when the Bupporta of the sprinkler system tank on the roof of the Herald building gave way and the great masa of metal and water, weightons, went crashing ing thirty-fiv- e After Securing Temporary Quarters for State Officials, the Chief Executive Issues Proclamation Explaining Reason for It. to the basement. Fire broke out Immediately. Fire- men displayed splendid heroism In rescuing scores of people from perilous positions within the tottering walls, some of which had to come down before tne work of recovering the bodies could be safely attempted. All those who escaped agree that the first warning of the impending disaster passed almost unnoticed There was a slight creaking; but it was not until the ceiling plaster be gan to fall that a rush for the stair Oklahoma City. Reaching here on a special train from Tulsa on Sunday, Governor Haskell and his secretary opened headquarters In a hotel. Ru mors throughout the day that the governor contemplated making Okla homa City the permanent seat of gov ernment, as the bill which carried In Saturday's election contemplated, were confirmed when Governor Haskell Is sued a statement declaring that his force would remain here. A local committee secured tempor ary quarters for all the state officers, and the removal of all officers prob ably will be made in the face of an injunction to the contrary granted in Guthrie by District Judge Huston. Governor Haskell has issued a proc lamation declaring the bill carried and Oklahoma City tbe permanent seat of state government. The proclamation is based on a legal opinion tendered him. In which it Is held that since a law Initiated by the people becomes effective Immediately automatically upon Its passage. Oklahoma City is the permanent seat of government and all official acts oi state officers in any other place would be illegal. The governor has also Issued a on proclamation calling an election August 2 for the submission of an In itiated proiKsltlon providing a con stitutional amendment to restrict the right of suffrage, basing eligibility of franchise on educational qualifica tions. l10. (Copyright, way began. 7 SOUPS Tomato Chicken Vegetable Several survivors tell of falling one and two floors and crawling through HELD UP JAPANESE MISSION the dust to a place of safety. The BILL PDSTALSAVINGS to majority sought safety by rushing the front of the building, facing on Victoria square. AH the floors held Two Daring Desperadoes Start Shoot for about thirty feet back from the front wall, arid to this Is due the fact MEASURE GETS THROUGH HOUSE Ing When Victim Made Suspicious that the death list did not run Into Move, One Man Being Killed. BY AFTER MAJORITY BIG the hundreds, for there were nearly WRANGLING. OF MONTHS 300 persons in the building at ' the time. Ogden, Utah One Japanese was shot Returning the Compliment. Every member of the editorial staff and Instantly killed, two others were Senator Theodore E. Burton of escaped unharmed, their quarters be Not a Single Voted badly wounded, and four men were Republican Ohio, who is a bachelor and has never ing In the front of the building. held up and robbed within fifteen min the Measure on Final Roll Against been ensnared by the wiles of women, Fred Maloney, a linotype operator, utes after the shooting affray which DemoWhile Twenty-fou- r Call, tells a story of a young lady and worked on a machine at a point occurred at the Japanese mission, In It. Voted crats For forof his acquaintance. The farthest from the Victoria Square win Judge this city, shortly after 11 o'clock Sat mer was a witness in the latteT's dow. He rose from his chair on the urday night, when two highwaymen court. The prosecuting attorney bad alarm, and as.be did so the machine entered a room where religious ser the By to which Washington. overwhelming her questions on which he had been working disap repeatedly put vices were being held and attempted he persistently evaded under the peared through the floor. majority of 195 to 101, the house on to hold up tbe place. savThursday night passed the postal plea that she did not comprehend his Ten members of the Japanese mis as bill DOLLIVER bank unDEFENDS upon INSURGENTS honor ings agreed recently meaning. Whereupon bis tables In the caucus of the sion were seated around by the Republican Race Riot in Ohio. aertoon to bring ,out the proper re as when small a used room, chapel, Is. Denies He bouse. Not a single Republican voted Emphatically That ponses. Leaning over, he said in a Cleveland. Ohio. A mob of about flourthe and. highwaymen entered, Against the Republican Party. against the measure on the final roll ishing revolvers, ordered every one to 2,0(10 persons participated In a race kindly and fatherly manner, "Young Democrats stick while twenty-fouwoman, why is It that you insist in Washington. Senator Dolliver an call, up his hands. While M. Nabe- - riot on Sunday, in which two police and a white man were beaten. A refusing to understand the quesiions swered the critics of the "Insurgents" voted for the measure. ahiiua, proprietor of the White Chip men mas Prior to this action the bouse, by of counsel? You are a person of on Monday In a speech delivered In rloi sud was prevented by the arrival of searched he saloon, being charm; grace, beauty and more that the senate during the discussion of 113 to 196, rejected the Democratic denly ran his hand Into his pocket. all the olice reserves, who succeed average intelligence, and " the provision of the sundry civil ap- subHtitule for the bill. The highwayman standing on guard ed in dispersing tbe mob. Six ring The voting upon the several mo ImmedluU-Ileaders were arreBted. The trouble "Thank, you. your honor," interruptpropriation bill providing $250,000 to tions oened Are. involved in the disposition of ed the yuiirig woman, "if it were not enable the president to gather infor A bullet from bis revolver entered started mhen one of a gang of negroes the measure followed six hours of de the for the fact. Judge, that I am under mation bearing upon the a white man on the street alter shoulder and the Jap fell to Jostled operation of an altercation, knocking him sense aath I would return the compliment" the new tariff law. Beginning with bate, in which many Republicans and the right floor. The other hlchwayman be less. A policeman who attempted to the declaration that the tariff discus- Democrats recorded the,ir views upon gan firing, and In the fusillade which the negro was attacked by the Why They Guarded. sion had been revived because of the the bill of the majority and the sub- followed S. Ishlmura. former manager arrest negroes. I thought I overheard you and tariff law, Mr. DolMver declared there stitute supported by a large portion of the n bank, was your wlfo quarreling a little while was no longer any freedom of con- of the minority. which killed by a bullet Decline in Drunkenness. instantly Dem be The defection was the trouble?" autougt ago. What large science or of opinion, such as had a Dr. K. his heart. pierced Dublin. The official figures dealing ocrats was shown when the Demo "She brought lAnne a new bat and, on& made the Republican party cratic substitute was voted upon. practicing physician, was shot in the with prosecution for drunkenness In after putting it on, she turned to me strong. Referring briefly to The highwaymen then fled. this country are now available and twenty-onof them joining the Repub stomach. and Bald she didn't believe it was be Cannon's declaration, "that theSpeaker insurmen were held up and robbed by show a Four licans in voting against the measure the same men a short time later. satisfactory decline on the coming." gents should be hanged," be declared Most of these whole. The total prosecutions for to a were "Well?" pos opposed he would not treat that remark ser- tal of any kind. FAVORS EARLY ADJOURNMENT. drunkenness In 1S09 mere C8.749, as "I areed with her." system , savings Mr. said Dolliver, iously. cgalnst 74,267 In 1908, a decline of it was evident that men entering Tent of Washington. Town Destroyed by Fire. Members to Adjourn 5.518, or nearly 8 per cent. The largPresident Urges must become either under est decreases were In Dublin, 3,477 I latin's Miss Mary .Curtis Lee. dauclter of congressor peak, Colo. Every build Congress as Quickly as Possible. studies Ishmaelites. !.04."i, 4.111; Limerick, General Kobmt E. Lee who Inherited President Taft has as agaliikt Washington "I reject the terms and shall eon- - Ing In this town, with the exception of the court house, was destroyed on asked the leaders of the senate and against 1.5:2; Ilelfast, 3,904. against (Jie tent under mWch Washington is tend for 4.328. and Derry. 1.292, against 1702. independence within the in bouse of said to have' slept during the revolu I do not fight to destroy the Thursday by Are which originated representative to have con- Cork shom-- a slight Increase. 2.043 party. In hotel flue to sold a the defective the it tionary war, recently erers adjourn by July 1, If there Is against 1,990, and Waterford alno parly, but to upbuild it," he said. VJley Forge museum of Pennsyl Ordinarily the population numbers any possible way of doing this. Prewl ghoms an increase, 90.1, against 845. less than 100. but this number bad dent Taft wants congress to adjourn vania. The money received from thl Teamster Shoots Physician. Drank Wood Alcohol. been augmented temporarily by Unit as quickly as possible now, So em donated to the ale, $5,000, Miss M. IxHils. one Dr. John St, Grant, ors attendant upon court sessions Mich. A. I. MeGasklll, Home, for Needy. Confederate Waxnen of the best known Cadillac, an for wan the president's plea phatlc phycisians of this When the alarm sounded. In Richmond. Va. Will Martin and George Teachout are Presiding leaders the that was early and fa twice shot adjournment city, perhaps dead and Clarence Smith and Lee Judge Shumate adjourned court, or hare begun a vigorous campaign tally wounded by A. W. Rayne, a ganlzed a fire brigade . Why She Didnt. and assumed of New White are In a dying condition as the John Dwighl on Representative The teamster, Monday. physician "I have always thought I should was High winds doomed tbe charge. wood alcohol at result of alighting from his automobile in town and efforts were centered in York, Republican whip, has charge the village drinking tike so much to be a soldier's wife. of Meatiwataka. McGaskcommittee of tbe mben bis office early adjurnment attacked. saving the court house. "So have I, and I was proposed to front of in the house. Vice president Sherman lll's supply of whiskey ran out Sat A stenographer was arrested. ' once Rayne by a first lieutenant." Dennett's Record Clear. has been campaigning for celerity In urday nighT and he conceived the idea at Dr. Grant's office said the shooting or mixing mood alcohol with sugar, "Why didn't you marry him?" A 'he senate. driDr. orders vindira followed to the Washington. complete mater and p"p to complete a night of 1 did Intend to until I found out ver to move Grants A of Alas bis wagon from the tlon of Commissioner Fred Itennctt smecplng Investigation that he was in the infantry. It seem curb. He died during tbe night fcsn affairs mHl be strongly urged be drinking. of all fir of land the of the general ed ttoo suggestive of babies." It Is and mas rollomed four hours later by and tore end the session thl. of reckless exenditure charges Aviator Breaks Another Record. mill emlsly one of the mat Martin and Teachout. him by Kreprenenta- ffeared, His Hit. era whir h mitt the peawion tie New York. Charles K. Hamilton brought against ot Aeronauts Fall Into River. ;eDrasaa. a ,h tKlitl, wn,,r i.rPstdent Taft "Every one who attended the ban rose in bis aeroplane from Governor's live itncncocs St. Ixinis. S. Ixuiis Von Puht and mBnts It to adjourn. quet last night says I made the hit of Island Monday monilnr and sp-- d rrat. will be the report of th on nia In of the house committee Wooster lmbert. aeronauts, fell Into tnr life " miles to Jorliy without a break eighty-eigh- t f there Punishment of "The Woman In the the terior department expense. "IBow did you accomplish that? Mississippi river north of here on In a cross remarkable Philadelphia Case." Is a minority rejiort It practically mi'l Hunday. l!otb mere rescued unhurt. 1 didn't go." country fight under the auspices of be based on the allegation of favr-itisIndictments Cincinnati. against They ascended in tbe balloon St. the New York Times and the Phila and unauthorized expenditures .Mrs. Jranrtie Stemart HI shortly after 9 o'clock, and Ford, "tbe Many Have Asked. Public ledger. for Jack" Ral'lnger's trip scr"s the moman In the case" of Cbarl delphia I after north mard for two hours sailing 1 do foxes have newsps He made the trip in "Mommy, hour and 51 continent from Washington to Seattle. The Warriner, now In the Ohio peniten- found their ballast Insufficient. minutes, leaving Governor's Island at pers?" :35 and land.ng at Philadelphia at Pay Some Attention to Prisoners Now tiary for the emlw.Mtlement of IG4L-t- balloon came down rapidly from a "No. dear; why?" from the Itig Four railroad, will height of a thousand feot, but mhen William P. Pittman. :2. :' "Then how do they know where Washington come not to retrial. Shrieking that near the mater settled easily. The the American engineer, who mas capthe hounds meet?" Taller. men mere picked up ny motor boats. Japs Forced to Leave Town. tured some days ago by the Mailt) she mas being hounded. Mrs. Ford, Harrington, Wash. A mob of 100 forces In Nicaragua while operating mho baa been a patient at a local A Mere Assertion. Lightning Strikes Excursion sts. rhlte men on Monday ordered all the mines under the direction of ICsfrada. escaped early Thursday, and It II. Fly Is the name of a New York Merlin. Six persons were killed. deIn Ion of laborers Jasanese the tbe employed police Is reported to be well and Is treated required seventeen and publisher. U I sa d that one of th severely eighty slightly of Lumber friends the I'nited State with consideration. Consul Moffatt, partment, several personal novels which be has recently brought plant Injured by lightning that struck among to and leave return. her and obtain to town, counsel after her giv- in a rmany sava out is a rood book for an Idle hoy telegram from tV.ucflelds. I' Is iiniets'id sb mill te commit- - a parly of excursionists Sunday night. ing the foreigners time to pet together that be. himself on a screened In porch. particular paying The excursionists had taken shelter to their effects, accrrmpanied them attention to Pit'man and that the of til to a ' i.aie institution ;,I tdat In an Iron fenced building In the children mill be adopted by the station and saw them hoard a fic-rfrom the l"n!ted Hase hr Tit for Tat from the most violent thun In the harbor visit Pittman a Cincinnati tamilv. train for Seattle. The exodus of tbe derstorm experienced In Berlin for "YouYo so once;tedV Coffnle, that Japanese was. made with litt'e dis every few days. King George to Live In Ireland. many eais. Many teipgrarh and tel- t believe .when, you get into heaven order, inirty Japanese mere em ' Claim Both was Sidts Dublin. late as the ei. hone wires were leveled and many will Victory. be Friendly the first Question yrtn'11 ask ployed In the mills thre. IVs Moines, la. With semiofficial KSrg Fdmard to Ireland. King George. house damaged. Are my wings on straight?" Custodian Is Punished. returns Id from eTery Connie Yes, dear, and t shall be un'y in the it Is iinclrstfod. Is not only to visit Shaw Scores Insurgents. ArU. Lieutenant Joan both won to the tell be t there NogaVs. state, progressives and the us mith Q ieen Mary early next year, sorry that rout a Is but Chlcseo. was residence In who are Ielie M. Hhaw, former eharee of stand patters Hermossillo, contemplating royal claiming control of tn. Illustrated Pita. the guard mhen Imla Fle'schoer, the state convent on. Frank D. Jack- in Ireland and spending some time in secretary of the treasury, speaking Ihihlin. f'f course It is no known before the members of the Hawkeys American banker and land owner, son. In a s atement Thursday He Knew R ght Off. r how mwh trut h there is in this report Feiiomship club here on Saturday, made his sensstional escape from doelard that the Mrs. Hardup (pausing In her writ the Mexican prison acrrws the bor- would have a fnajo:ly of at lest K,o. of a rnval residence, but in o.Tlcial scored "Insurgents" In the Republican ing). "What Is that word for people der, Thursday, has been thrown into The progressive manaeers of the circles It Is received mith consider- party, declared "stand pat" ideas the who come after ns? It is further e'ated only logical principles of government a dungeon to Itegin a long punishment Garst-- sol ilver Cummins hea'lq'iarif rs able credence. dear. n ii "Hill my Hard collectors, for having allowed the American to scoff at the rlsim, and declare they that K'ng Georee is stroneiy in favor and at!gmatlzd the south as Ignorant -- Boston TranscrlpL on political questions. will have a lead of lft. of granting home rule to Ireland. get away. Mexicans D'e From Smallpox. Why Start Trouble. Carried ta Death by Aerial Tram. Safe Cracker. Russia and Japan Getting Together. "If we should discover that wr Kl Paso. Texas. An epidemic of Canon City, Colo. Ilerom ing enThe qtiestPn of Denver, Colo Postofflce Inspectors ft. Peferburg. narrlsr had not been legaL wowld have been ordered to Palmerlee, N. tangled in the runnirg gear of an relations, mhich has smallpox has ben raging la the dis otj marry me again? M.. to take charge of probably the aerial tram. Merl Klssenaer, a boy, 'ately given rise to sensational reports trict of Oxumbia, northern Chlhau"8ar, what's the ntm trying; to start youngest safe cracker In criminal his- was carried f.o feet nTended by bis in the foreign and In the Russian htia. Mex:co, for several months and a row when we might enjoy a ? feet In the atr. press, may be briefly staled as follows: the people have been dying by the tory. The prisoner, who has confess thumb twenty-fivful evening, as well as not?" ed to tbe robbery of th Palmerlee firadually tb thumb was torn from the Ilotb countries have realized the ej. hundreds. This has been knowa for Mexican hand and the boy f!I to tbe ground, pedi'ftry of a closer understanding. some time, but tbe extent of the epU postofflee. Is a Uyear-olPessimist's Baby. broken ribs and Internal This view has been dictated by po'HI-c- l dmic mas not known until the people brok like an suffering He tbe safe open was nnetisirtis mhn "What Is Hi baby crying for, ray lad. He and economic considerations. The m'le an appeal to tbe government at Injuries. experienced "yeggman," took what picked up and will probably die. ehiid attitude of the oher powers In some Mexico City for medical officers and but It left money ... contained, stamp . was tram tender at the Wold ca.e but In ethers adverse T donno; 'e's alw'ys crying, f never ,,!,r..n- - taara for fear Park mine, and fell ates'nst the cable to thefriendly, Interests of ,', respective earne acrawst anyone wt looks upon and other government papers Aeeord-,B lh ttH ,ppa, thfct ,ne t when at work. As he fell he grasped and Japan has bn!y strengthened the they would Incriminate him. ow the darV side of things as 'e does." register of Osumb.a tbe boy's story, he was careful- the running rear and his hand be- tendency m the part of St. Peters to Punek deaths from the disease In six months. came caught. burt end Tokio to come toeether ly trained by a gang of Mexicans. and ten other kinds. Delight ful natural flavor and made from the very best materials, with the care of experienced chefs, In the great White Enameled Kitchens. Llbby'a Soups are ready for immediate use by adding an equal portion of hot water Ask your grocer for Libby's Soaps Libby, McNeill &Ubby Chicago r Japanese-America- e Hen-after- - - . - i ttfrf-tr- iw;,, h - n hos-piia- l. co-cer- NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT Complacent Smoker Had No Use for the Bands, So What Was the Difference. There were four of them on the rear platform of a car, thrown together, so to speak, by a rough track. All were smoking. An odor, not of cigars, detracted somewhat from interest in the general conversation. The odor became pronounced. One of the quartette cast about for a reason. He saw one of bis companions complacently smoking a cigar that hnd burned down past the flaring red band that girdled It, There remained no question of the source of the odor. Excuse me," the discoverer said to the complacent one, "your cigar band Is burning." "That's all rigbL old man," the com placent one replied, "I'm not savins; them." " The Rude Visitor. There is a story about the secretary of a golf club mbo was a man of di minutive stature. It was summer time, and the grass had been allowed to grow rather long. The secretary was playing in front of a visitor who was a very long driver, and kept dropping his ball In the neighborhood of the secretary all the way round. At last the little man could stand It no longer and walked back and remonstrated with the visitor on his conduct, but the only reply he got was, "If you would cut the grass, one might be able to see you." The Vocabulary. Webster was compiling the diction ary. "Getting together a few words to use In a telegram," he exd plained. Herewith the public called birn blessed. Crude, But Comforting. "You are having a lot of fun mith that kite of yours," said the neighbor. "Yes," replied Hen Franklin, "there'a a great deal or satisfaction In getting a little long distance electricity with out being told that the line's busy." ) s mar-ship- s to Jung-fcrnh'hl- e aftcr-nwj- stand-pa'.t- f I Twelve-Year-Ol- Russo-Japanes- e - A Happy Day Follows ft breakfast that is pleasing and healthful. Post Toasties Are pleasing and healthful, and bring smiles of satisfaction to the whole family. I d r to Kia-ne- er i - The Memory Lingers" 10c Family Siie 1 5c Popular Pkg. Post urn Cereal Co., Ltd, Battle Creek. Mich.