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I T will accept the nomination for president if it is tendered me and will SERVICE adhere to this decision until the con veatlon has expressed its preference, is Colonel Theodore Roosevelts reply to the letter of seven Republican governors asking him to stand for a nomination. Mme. Renee Weill, who had been summoned to her borne in Paris by First Time In History, Acoording her husband after a separation of six to luxwas killed shot her in and Report of Cabinet years, , urious apartments in New York, and Officer. her slayer, an unidentified young man, committed suicide. Prayers for. rain were read in, RoIN RATES IS FAVORED man Catholic churches of the north- RAISE ern California diocese on Sunday. The season, in all parts of the state, has been the driest in tea years. The mill workers' strike at Lawrence, Mass., now in its seventh week, was marked Sunday by a recurrence of the riotous scenes of Saturday. mall matter consisted of Boa. Charles WILSON ON DAIRY INDUSTRY associate Justice of the : Supreme Court of the United States; Extensive Demand for Products In President A. Lawrence Lowell of HarNewly Settled Region Developvard University, and Mr. Harry A. . ment Urgently Needed. Wheeler, president of the Association ' of Commerce of the city of Chicago. "In much of the west cattle raising In commenting on their findings the for beef has long been the principal president says: ness," said Secretary Wilson, "but "The report discloses a most exdairying is comparatively new. There haustive amf critical inquiry into the is an extensive market, however, for mail matter subject of second-clasTkc News Happenings of after adequate notice to all the par- FASTENING IKE HEAVY. ties in Interest Extensive hearings Seven Daya Paragraphed the dairy industry fills such a place were held by the commission, at which Catches Described Herewith Will Hold in agricultural economy that its dethe Postmaster General and the SecFast and Prevent Warping Hew velopment is urgently needed. . ond and Third Assistant Postmasters Working Parts Are ."In addition, a special enterprise General appeared and submitted forn undertaken with creamery INTERMOUNTAIN mal statements presenting the various (By J W. GRIFFIN.) in Iowa, the object being to patrons William McVey, charged with the contentions of the Post Office depart- ' To prevent a door, from being blown I determine whether it will pay cream-aboI relevant murder of William A. Bandercock at all thd ment together with by heavy winds, there should erles to carry on the same sort of official data and evidenoe relating to be a fastening at the top and one I work Garfield, Utah, on the night of Novemamong their own farmer patrona the cost of handling and transporting near the bottom. A hook at the top j for the sake of getting a better qual-an- d ber 21, 1911, while in the act of robsecond-clas- s mail matter. Certain of a chain, at the bottom looks like I ity of cream as bing a grocery store conducted by for jnaking I the leading magazines were represent- life in the primitive age. Bandercock, pleaded guilty Saturday butter. Here, also, record keeping ed by counsel, while various other pubWASHINGTON The fastenings herewith described has. been introduced, along with other and was sentenced to life imprisolications appeared by representatives. are those that will stay fastened, and improved methods, and the effort ia An nment tp determine investigation "The findings of the commission they will prevent the door warping, to discover the leak, that re- -' Governor John P. Shaffroth of Colo- whether there is a "money trust in confirm' the view that the cost of swinging out at the top or bottom, duce profits. rado was projected into the political the United States operating through showed a profit for the fiscal -yrar juadiing and transporting second-endln- g and will catch every time the door is "In the older states of the north, ring as a Democratic presidential pos- or in connection with the national June 80, 1911, according to msii the ordered adan been house, in has by J. banks, where dairying is an j, greatly in excess Bryan sibility by William annual report of Postmaster General . dm of. the postage paid, and that an Insix pieces that hold the 'work-- 1 Udied industry, the work of the , by a vote of 270 to 8. dress at Greely, Colo. Hitchcock transmitted to congress crease in the rate la hot only Justified Ing parti to the door are made of pertinent outside iff advice to individ ' Boise, Idaho, is to pass under the The navy for the first time will as-- ; day. Aooompaaylng the docum heavy hoop iron, bait in the shape as uals upon request, consists chiefly in commission form of government as slit the revmiue cutter service this was the report of the commission on, by the toots, but is desirable. shown in the small drawing at (A), the propagation of Coot Inquired Into. assothe result of Fridays election, when year In patrolling Pacific waters to, second-clas- s mall appointed by. ciations and the improvement of city This has Joint resolution of congress on March " "The . commission reports that the the present charter was voted down prevent pelagic sealing. g assoctar milk supplies. and the Black law made to apply to been made necessary by the seal 4 of last year and a brief message ofi evidence submitted tor its consideratlons are societies for cooperating ia the city by a majority of 201. The tretay signed by the United States, the president, in which he called at- tion is sufficient to warrant a finding the keeping of herd records by entention to the principal features of the of the approximate cost of handling Black law was enacted by the last Great Britain, Russia and Japan. and transporting the several classes gaging a man who goes from form to two that and any city soon clothed be President reports. provides Taft may legislature second-clas- s paid-at-t- h of farm as mall known periodically, makes observations; comSecond-Class under the Would in the state may pass Rates. Increase with authority to send American and and keeps records for the herds of all free on The commission of the mission form of government Mexican border across report the to) troops the members of the association. By matter makes, the transient matter. In so tar as relates e . mall William J. Bryan, In a speech at quell conditions of anarchy or fight-- ; second-clas- s to this means records are secured withthe services of transportation, recommendations: a public meeting in Denver, definite- ing that might threaten lives or prop- following out the trouble or expense involved distribution, rural cars, railway 8 cents a pound on L The rate of he that set at rest line. might side of the on this reports ly erty when each man. keeps them for 'himitems iff and certain other delivery, subto mailed by copies race publishers to make the be induced again A request for American intervencost, is without but that it self; and in various other ways the adequate samas news to and agents, for the presidency. tion in Mexico was made, Friday scribers, data to determine the cost of the gencooperation of the farmers is produo news to and their agsnts copies, ple by murthe for held Adelbert E. Clark, when subscribers or to other news upon the war department eral postrofflee service and also what tlve of profit. The primary objects agents. der of Lawrence Bar, president of the Mayor Kelly and a delegation of citare to detect and weed out inferior 2. The rate of 1 cent for each 4 portion of the cost of certain other Centralis Farmers A Merchants izens of El Paso urgently asked Sec- ounces for individual cows, and by the use of aggregate services is properly assignmailed other by copies bank, confessed at Chehalls, Wash., retary Stimson to send American than second-clas- s mall matter. It purebred bulls to perpetuate and inpublishers and newa agents; that able to according to the prosecuting attor- troops into Juarez to preserve order is, ths present transient rate. finds that in the fiscal year 1908, the tensify the valuable characteristics of neys office. He implicated as his ac- and to protect Americans. Secretary the cows that are found to be good 8. The present period for which the statistics for the privcomplice Dr. F. D. Johnson, a promi- Stimson replied that it' was impos- ilege retained, but not extended. . Post Office Department .were comones thus raising the average qualnent Centralis dentist, who was ar- sible under present conditions. The commission also recommended piled, the cost of handling and transity of the individual cow and the toFastening for Heavy Doors. rested. The house has passed bills extend- that- the tal productiveness of the herd. There y mall, in the items rate for news par porting second-clas- s e g David Townsend, rancher, residing ing the provisions of the act permit- pas other than weeklies and for pe- of transportation, associations now in ears, rail- and are fastened to the door by nails are 85 twelve miles south of Nampa, Idaho, ting agricultural entries on the sur- riodicals not exceeding 2 ounces in way distribution, rural delivery, and or screws. The dotted lines show the 20 states, comprising 45,000 cows. committed suicide by hanging. Town- face of coal "The records of one of these assorate tor certain miscellaneous charges, was ap- position of the working parts when lanf to lands included in weight, and the send formerly was a real estate state selections and isolated tracts, periodicals exceeding 2 ounces in proximately 6 oents a pound for the tumblers are back so that the ciations show that the profit was dealer in Nampa. He was 60 years of and to class as isolated tracts trian- weight, when mailed at a city letter-carrie- r doubled after four years work. For matter, and for door may be opened. matter each and transient office be for local enago and leaves a widow. of lands delivery, (B) A coll spring that holds the instance, a man with eight cows adjoining gular pieces DOMESTIC approximately 6 cents a pound, and tumblers in a closed position. The found, the first month of keeping rectries and providing for their sale by abolished. As to the effect and adequacy of the that upon this basis, as modified by edge of the door Jamb where the ords, that he was losing five and one-hal- f Before the applause died away after the same methods as isolated tracts of tumblers rub as cents per cow, or 44 cents on his proposed Increase qf 1 cent a pound subsequent reductions in the cost they pain to the Winifred Green had sung her song, are sold. ' of sockets, are beveled so that there will herd for that month. cost the railroad transportation, After three in commission says: postage the The Skeleton Rag, at a theatre in FOREIGN at-th for the be the least possible opposition to mbnths testing he was making a matter, fin an "Such will Increase paid the not, carswallowed Kansas City, the girl The government is preparing na of the commission, bring dis- services mentioned, is now approxi- them entering. profit of 832 a month on the herd, and bolic acid in her dressing room. elaborate reception for the delega- opinioncentC a pound, while the at the end of the year his profits had of news pa- mately tress the are notches that at upon The (C) publishers oblong, Hfe A dismal picture of among tion of Republicans who are coming and transient the pins that work in them may not Increased to $50 a month. This notand periodicals, or seriously Hi; cost of frewin-countpers, southern cotton mill workers is paint- to Pekin under the leadership of Tang terfere with the dissemination of use- matter remains as formerly, namely, bind, as the tumblers are withdrawn. able increase was due .largely to the ed in a report Issued by the federal Sbao Li from Nankin to notify ful news or Information. A reasonable each at approximately 5 cents a The dotted lines at (D) represent a sale of five of his poorest cows, and bureafi of labor. With scanty food Yuan Shi Kai of his election as presi- time should be allowed, after the rate pound. is in the door, through the purchase of as many that notch and pootr clothing, according to the dent of tlie republic. The commission suggests that the which the pin moves when the door ones to take their Alaces. In addiIs fixed, before it is put into effect ' reporC'these people exist in crowded, Disquieting news' has come from While the new rate will be very Car department "maintain an adequate unlatched. tion, there were changes made in the h houses, looked down Albania. The Valis of Kossovo and from compensating the government cpst system, so that the effect of the methods of feeding which conduced to At (E) there is a piece y company-owne1 reinforcefor the carriage and, handling of )pw rates may be closely ..observed of inch thicker than the tumblers and the result upon and ignored by other residents. Scutari have demanded s aid- a proper basis may be secured the pieces that are marked (C); this matter, it will to some Seven 'persons lire known to have ments, and the war minister has orbeen killed and more than a score dered the mobilization of 60,000 men. tent relieve the existing burden, and for the consideration of any future permits the tumblers to move easily. LANTERN HANGER FOR BARNS There is used injured in a tornado which swept por- A skirmish between tribesmen and result In a more equItaJle adjustment proposals.' -- i : President Taft again concurs in the bolts at (E) to bolt piece (C) to the tions of Lincoln, Jefferson and Ar- Turkish troops guarding the Prisrend of rates. Sato and Postmaster of Way Handy the recommendation jo Use Light Ira the Both the and same size postmaspresident The railway occurred recently, forty men door, and short bolt of the kansas counties, Arkansas. lllustratlon-W- ont In Is Shown Stable of a for the adoption parcel at (F) with the heads next to the ter general concur in the recommenda- General greatest destruction was reported being killed. Turn Over. inthe inaugurations and the suggesting system, post in the work proposed bolts regarding These door. loosely near AJmyria, in the prairie and rice Another crisis in Cuban affairs apcrease In newspaper postage the presi- tion of such a service on rural routes holes-madin piece (C). lands of Arkansas county. parently is at band. Reports from dent says: "The proposed Increase of and in the city delivery service first The hanger shown in the sketch All working parts work Just loose commission appointed The by the island indicated that the unreft 1 cent a a safe and handy way to use makes of Telegraph Opposed. in the second-clas- s Ownership to move without pound hard, rubbing enough the temporarily by Secretary qulted Mayor Harrison to investigate for in a barn or stable. It is recommendation most bo Hitchcocks I to believe, be will rate, any but not so loose that there causes for 125,000 men being idle in Knoxs recent note of warning is about postage of an old grooved pulley with and if sufficient time is al- government ownership of the tele- rattling on the door by the wind. reasonable, Chicago has made arrangements to to break out anew as a result of the lowed before the change goes Into ef- graph lines under the supervision of a hanger made of sheet iron. is the the (D) To door, pin open call as witnesses many men who are Cuban supreme court decision Inval- fect it should work little serious in- the postal service Is not approved of hanger, says the Poputoward the edge of the door, ThC pushed now out of work. idating the law ousting officeholders jury to the business of the periodical by the president Regarding this he and as soon as released, the tumblers lar Mechanics, is made of a screw eye H. S. Dudley and his wife, Clara who were Spanish sympathizers dur- publishers,' while equalising, at least says:retain their former position, and whCa "There is only one recommendation the door is shut,- the tumblers will in a measure, the burdens of postal Dudley, were instantly, killed when ing the revolution. No arrests of American citizens taxation. in which I can not agree that is one slip in place and hold the door secure. the motorcycle on which they were which recommends that the telegraph Rates Should Bo More Equsl. riding tandem struck a Pacific Elec- have been made in connectlrt with be car near Los Angeles. the alleged plot to kill the Japanese Commenting further on the pro- lines in the United States tric inter-urba' The new revenue cutter Unalga, governor general of Korea, General posed increase, the president says: made a part of the postal system and PRACTICAL BARN FOR DAIRY and it is asserted of- "The postal service is now, for the operated in conjunction with the mall now nearing completion at Newport Count Tereui-hl- , of a no Atlantic ficially that charges of complicity first time in years, operated upon a system. This presents of questionutili- Diagram Given Herewith Shows How News, Va will sail from the in and public ownership Wisconsin Man Solvsd Problem of my basis, Judggovernment coast oJ July 1 by way of the Sues in the affairs have been brought now being conducted by a but ment this is wise which an ties it Modern Building. policy; wiit States. United which citizens of the canal for Juneau, Alaska, against should not be carried out at the ex- private enterprise under franchises be her station. The first official report of the decut off and riveted in place, the hook pense of certain classes of mail mat- from the government. I believe that The accompanying diagram slufcs formed of wire. The pulThe mystery of eight deaths of struction of the two Turkish warships ter that pay revenue enIs exthat the true principle private largely in how a Wisconsin dairyman solved the beingis run on heavy a wire stretched overbabies in the Brooklyn nursery and Saturday in Beirut harbor was re- cess of their cost It is not Just that ley to be should carry permitted modern a of terprise dairy building head from one end of the barn to the infants' hospital was solved Friday, ceived Sunday from Admiral Favarel-li-, some classes of mall should be ex- on such public utilities under due regu- problem barn at low cost, says the Prairie Far- other. The lantern can be easily the police say, by the confession of commanding the squadron to orbitantly taxed to meet a deficiency lation as to rates by proper authority mer. This conwas also moved from place to place, and, as it Winifred Ankers, a kitchen woman which the cruisers Giuseppe Gari- caused by other classes, the revenue rather than that the government fronted with dairyman constructof the problem is out of the way, it cannot be turned at the hospital, admitting that she baldi and Francesco Ferrucio, the at- from which is much below their cost should Itself conduct them. This prining a barn on short notice as he had placed oxalic acid in the babies milk tacking vessels, were attached. of handling and carriage. Where such ciple I favor because I do not think it moved to a newly purchased farm over. : Emilo Vasques Gomez has wired Inequalities exist they should be re- in accordance with the best public pol- which afforded but a mere excuse of bottles. Secretary of State Philander C. President Madero of Mexico from San moved ss early as practicable. The icy. thus greatly to Increase the body dairy bam. Accordingly he made Knox sailed .from Key West Friday Antonio, Texas, asking him to sur- business enterprises of the publishers of publle . servants. Of course, if it his bam in the shape of a lean-t- o on on board the qruiser Washington, on render the presidency of the country of periodicals, however, have been could be shown that telegraph service two sides of an old but well built bam. a political mission that will take him, and prevent further bloodshed and built up on the basis of the present could be furnished to the public at a rate, and therefore it less price than it is now furnished to according to- present arrangements, growth of the revolutionary move; second-clas- s would be manifestly unfair to put into the public by telegraph companies, Palatablllty la an important feature to The capitals - Of Central America, ment. of the a immediate effect arguIncrease with good dairy rations. in and efficiency, equal large is' to 'Caracas, t Venezuela; and possibly being prosperity Unprecedented Facilities for handling milk are givto Cartagena, Colombia, and also to enjoyed by the Philippine islands postage. That newspapers and maga- ment might be a strong one in favor West Indies. ing an impetus to the market various principally as a result of free trade zines have been potent agencies for of the adoption of the proposition. But dlz of from semination intellisatisfied .evidence not the am any I public Dont let the cows out in the storms the and United and between them States, .years ;old, and have consequently borne a that if these properties were taken to stand around. It doesnt pay. prcjbably ihei boldest man in the Unit- and the cry of "hard times there no gence "died Friday near Colum- longer can be raised, say the mem- worthy part in the development of the over by the government they could be It is rather a difficult task to dry ed all must admit; but it is like- managed any more economically or 'tCT. a cow when in full flow of milk. tie came to this country bers of the Philippine commission in country up bia, wise true that the original purpose of "any more efficiently or that this would a cow has a habit of If from Germany in 1812 and enlisted their report for 1911.. Rmahv 6Av 3CNe in providing for them a sub- enable the government to furnish serv-ic- e while milking, examine your finger in the war of that year. President Madero is using the iron congress , pub-rate than the at pny smaller vention by way of nominal postal Practical Dairy Barn. A 10,000;000 increase in their ex- fist in an effort to crush the rebellion of- their lie are now required to pay by private In consideration charges A cow producing average testing He Torreon. of of in demands the involved in the neighborhood penses is , value as mediums of publla Inform The dotted lines in the diagram show milk should yield, from 7,000 to 8.UIHI oompanles. locomotive engineers. It Is said by has issued orders that the federate tion ought not to prevent an increase, GenPostmaster The report of. tbp between the old bam and the of milk in a year. . eastern rail- leave no wounded and take ho pris- because they are now not only educa- eral is full of statements of changes the partition officers of the forty-nin- e lean-to- . this a consid- pounds By doing and parcience with the Gentleness oners. roads affected.' The demands were tional but highly profitable. There is in this organisation and methods of the erable saving in building material was heifer that has calved for the lint resumed made on all roads east of Chicago. been in the an has since last made the beservice conFighting. no warrant for the great disparity effected as well as time saved in postal but time. win will time evey of between Wei Hal the Wei The passage by' congress of the territory of tween existing postage rates on pereport, and of tentative drafts struction work. Just after the cow has freshened Berger old age pension bill and legis- Republicans and natives who. do not riodicals and the cost of the service legislation - embodying certain- recomThe usual dimensions were followed same feeds she lation against loan sharks,' were credit the reports of the abdietkra. A the government performs for them. mendations of the department which In the construction of the stalls and she should have the to calving. has been previous given maxim-to them out It alleys. By making the lean-t- o on the carry The aggregate postal revenues for the need legislation urged in .resolutions adopted by the force of Republicans with two To feed cow profitably without Is now marching through the fiscal year 1911 were 8237,879,823.60, also calls' attention to 'the fact that east and south sides of the bam convention of the Illinois district. guns t some home grown sort of protein, such at Spring-fiel- disturbed area suppressing the opposi- derived mainly from the postage col- the revenues for the. fiscal year ended United Mine Workers, entered all parts of it some time as the leguminous hays, is difficult to amounted the tion of inhabitants. $287,871, of Ills.' lected on the four, classes of mall June 80, 1911, the day. Ventilation was provided Sweet com ia one of the very best The Italian chamber of deputies on matter. It is carefully estimated by 823.60 and that the expenditures by hinging the windows at the bottom Twenty persons were killed and at to grow to' feed as a soiling crops a to 8887,660,705.48, that making amounted annexthe the postofflee department one at each least three score injured, many of Friday passed the bill for the and providing 8 to the dairy cows in summef. crop from mail matter of surplus of 8819,118.12. them seriously, in the cyclonic storm ation of Tripoli by a vote of 481 to revenue, derived end and one where the additions It is best to jeduce the milk pro shows that the is class postal one first The the from report' approximately amid enthusiastic Louis88, cheering which swept through northern meet during food, so mat a mature cow will times the cost of han- savings system was begun experimenthe floor of the chamber and'lhe pub-11- a and one-haliana and Mississippi. dry and rest for a month to six weeki has and that it 1911, library. Afterwards the members dling and carriage; that the returns tally in January, The Oklahoma Democratic state before calving. With Dairying. intended as to include Success so and fourth class matter been third now includ-ilnfrom are g convention, adjourned Friday, after who voted against annexation, Be good to the cows. These most The reason why so many dairymen offices, which the Socialists, a few Republi- slightly in excess of their cost of 7,500 presidential post animals are a safe investment useful because having named a list of delegated a is not of all are the profit making and post and that while Includes practically Gae-tancarriage; handling evenly divided between the Clark and cans and one Radical, Prince are they take so little time to give They do not go off into a fence coma class. second-clasof matter embraces over that 6S offices Preparations were roundly hissed. t Wilson factions. of cholera per cent of the entire weight of ail bia being made to establish th sys- thought to the pamphlets and papers and die It is reported that General Orozco the Successful dairying is largely a mat A destructive windstorm swept over officeA that are sent broadcast all over the mail carried, it neverthelesss, tem at about 40,000 fourth-clas- s Meridian, Wis., destroying thousands will Join the revolutionary forces yields little more than 6 per cent of The deposits in 11 months have reach- country, portraying in such excellent ter of securing cheap feed, as well ai of dollars worth of property, killing of General Geronimo Trevino andhss the postal revenue ed a total of 811.000,000, distributed way the need of better cows, bettor good cows. The silo is oue method ri " second-clas-s economliing on feed. herds of oattle and demolishing homes agreed to accept provisional presion commission among 2,710 national and state banks. methods and better feeds. The Mexico. of country. dency Jn the surrounding History of Past Week POSTIL E. Hughes, . -- s ut iil - tf . a-os- dy " cow-testin- g Cow-testin- poet-offic- y cent-aroop- post-offic- cow-testin- y well-produci- . d one-eight- . - ond-das- three-elghths-ln- con-react- . . - g Spr,124 mlffl 'tes, . side-steppi- - sup-ligh- . out-take- - l, s , l .