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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio TMI MANtnBkDNIlWt, tATUHBAV, MNUAHV 4 IfW. THE MANSFIELD NEWS THK NEWS PKIN'TINC; COMPANY. PiiblMiers. 1880. W. S. CAPPELU5R L. S. HIESTAND I KD1TOUS. OFFICIAI, 1'Al'EIt OK KICH1.AM) COUNTV. BOTH TELEPHONES. Advertising and Subscription 167 Edltpr and Reporters 168 RATES OF SUISOKIPTIOJr. The Dally News is delivered in Mansfield, alt surrounding towns and rural free deliver} routes fay carrier or mail. Single copy. Dally, 2 cents; Satur- day, 5 cents. DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Tally. Pei Week............ l Oc Dally. Per Quarter, in advance. Daily. Per Year, In advance THK CHKAl' KATE. BY MAIL.- -IN ADVANCE. Oue Cent a Daily. TOO Days Baiiy, UalC Year Daily, Per Year Weekly, For Year We give mail subscribers, paying in advance, all the of a cheap tale b> saving its commissions, car- riers' ffeea, cost of bookkeeping, etc. Advertisements received and forwarded to Tlie Ashland Daily and Weekly Times-Gazette. Entered at the postofflce at Mans- f-old, Ohio, as second-class matter. f Sworn Dally Circulation in Excess of 55OO Net Paid Copies. j "LET NO GUILTY MAN ESCAPE." It is not a of BO much concern to" the American people whether Cblff Forester Gifford Pinchot was undiplomatic in his methods of tailing attention to alleged iu Ilia department of. the interior, as It i? as to whether such abuses That's the point. If Forester Pinchot was in viola'ion or orders in communicating di- rectly with congress in regaid to alleged irregularities iu connection with the department of the interior and the land ofiice his peremptory dismissal can not be objected to by any fair-minded man. Discipline must be maintained in the enil as weil the military department of the federal government. Those in the public service who are insubordinate to superior officers should -be brought up with a short turn. Let Mr. Pinrhot go at that. He made his him lie in it. But how about Secretary of the Interior Ballinger? Is he culpable? Has he been making improper use of his office Whereby he and others have profited through corruption in the depart- ment of the interior .-ad the land office? Let us hope such is not the case, trot in the face of such charges as have been made nothing short of a thorough investigation that shall spare nobody should be made. Secretary Ballinger declares that he courts investigation. It mnzt come, whether or not he wants it. And it must be an Investigation that in- vestigates. The jieople of this country will be satisfied with nothing else What the result may be nobody may know It is probable that some lies fcnve been told. The political opposition, even factional strife within the party dominant, may be responsible for exaggeration and misrepresenta- tion. Sometimes personalities rather than principles govern when a fight Is on within party lines. That may be the case in regard to the so-called Oannonism" and the "'insurgent" movement. It Is barely j'ossiblp -thai" some individuals who are howling against Speaker Caution" do so because that stlff-vertebraed -to-thetr represented and sought to serve would not be favored by him they have vociferating that some other "interests" "saw him first." It Is a matter of current political history that some Republican "pat- riots" have been known to oppose men high in the counsels of the party because they would not consent to be dictated to by them. There have been shoemaker statesmen in Ohio, also engaged in tbe molding of public opinion, who bitterly opposed member? of law-making bodies l-ecause thej would not stand for tariff schedules that favored the private business of shoe-making. It is quite possible that some of "T'ncle Joe" Cannon's enemies are of that caliure. Certain it is that there are a great many men. irrespective Of party affiliation, vvho can say of him as Gen. Bragg, of Wisconsin, said of Grover Cleveland at the Chicago convention which nominated him for the presidency in 1884, "We love him for the enemies he has made. Back to the Farm. Nine hundred million dollars' worth of agricultural products v. eie exported from the United States last jf-ar, according to the bureau of sta- tistics in the department of com- liierce and labor. Secretary Wilson says that the total value of our farm for that year was 000.000 so that a little more than 10 per cent of our farm products were sold abroad and the home con- sumers had to be with the remaining nine-tenths. This is a healthy con-lition. but doubtless helps to explain the high price of provisions in this country. Secretary Wilson thinks the high I-rices are due to the fact that there are loo few farmers and too many distributers, too many young men rushing to tbe intend of siting borne and tilling the toil. He Will It Do Any Good? Restriction of cold storage of meats of all hinds, eggs, butter and vgetables to a period of sixt> days, is proposed by one of the Ohio legis- lators. This, he believes, will pre- tbe buying up of rbose supplies they are cheap bj cold storage and holding them for from three months to a jear. This may help such With all this Itujt'lrlng Into tbe cent of living there has yet been i'o appreciable diminution In the price of a pound of incut or of a doz- (ii of eggs. Hogs broug'M a bun- died weight yesterday, the highest price since the civil war for a Miorl period In 18K2 when tile rav- ages of hog cholera bad caused a hiant supply of porkers. TOPICS OF DA Y. Now dotb the tlirlltv cltlzan Arlio before tho dawn And heap tue snow from off lilt walk Upun till neighbor's lawn. Ana wlion the joo if neutlr done And polished 's tbe track, liy, then Iw'il nil neighbor's door Ana imnrt tlio shovel uaslc! I'laln Dealer. But they don't do that way to any appreciable extent In this town. They wail for tlie that doesn't come. "Yet, we all believe a good deal a'ike." remuikerl one ol a group of bon vivants to his companions the Either evening, ami as each member of the group swelled up to ibink how tolerant he and all the rest of ths company must speaker added, ''Isut we don't be- lieve much." Senator Dick and his typewriter are still on the firing line. Western Pennsylvania reports eight to twenty degrees below zero thip morning, ihe coldest weather since 1899. The citizen who fihovels the snow f'-om hfs sidewalk evidences a practi- cal Christianity and benevolence that should help some in preventing him from a final habitat in the place where there's never any snow. A recent railroad wreck disclosed that peanut shells are used in the manufacture of one breakfast food. Cheer up! A cargo of silk, valued at la on the way from Japan. And even if they are becoming so popular that some people mortgage ineir property to get them automo- biles will never become so general tbat a tire, instead of a horse shoe, will be nailed up for good neasure can be enforced, but can 1 e? We doubt it. In this city, for instance, and a it in others, cold storage products, some from within the sfte. but the But of course Mr. Pinchot can go back to his old business of living on his income. The report that those Chicago gamblers "legal ad- vice" as to how to evade the law floesn't sound just right. In fact, it sounds more as if they had obtained Illegal advice. But then, of course, you never can tell about the law. As A! Hdjman says, we are theater mad. And sometimes when we have paid ?2 to see a show that isn't worth 2 cents we are extra mad. heard anvbody complain- ing either of heat or humidity lal.elj, have a There's somp comfort in the thought, if. as some scientists say, we eat 100 much, tbat tbe present antl increasing price of all foodstuffs may cau.-e us to eat less thereby improve our health. Happy thought for ttie day: St. Valentine's day is only a little over five v.eeks away. What Other Papers Say Let Uo It. Harry Whitney did not return with enough north pole information to end the Cook-Pears controversy. Doubtless that be too much to expect of any one Blade. "Tall Timber'' Aphorisms. It's every man's unquestioned T rivilece to lug a grouch around, it most from other states are bought j to. that does not carry and sold and in some cases the ar- j Uie right to swing it in the face of to have with liave been in cold storage for everybody he happens speaking acquaintance Reed's Store News Saturday, Jan. 5, THE H. L. REED CO. "The Old Reliable.' Mrn. De son. It makes ine at heart to Bee you satokiDf. Jimmy funny; It seems to lurfsfe ine Tight iu the stummlck too. MANSFIELD TWENTY YEARS m Jan. Elks began the nltiation of a class of 29 candidates at 2 m. followed by a banquet and and Mrs. A. F. Nail went 10 Pottsville. Pa., to play The mer Strickler went to Cleveland to travel for a baking pow- der and Mrs. W. M. Ha tin went east for a two weeks' trip. Jan. of Adam Corbett died, aged John Cromer injured by falling un- der a P. F. band Shaf- fer's meat market on North Main street of Mans- field lodge of Odd Fellows installed by Prof. J. W. and Mrs. W. L. Qaston entertained a number of born to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Baxter. Jan. maJQrity of the local Democrats Interviewed by the News expressed themselves as dissatisfied with the election of Brice as senator. council, No. 63, Jr. O. U. A. M., was instituted !n the Elk hall. and Walter Cox given a double birthday surprise party. Jan. Blecker discover- ed a darning needle in Tom Thome's ueck which the horse had evidently swallowed with his G. Lemon purchased the John G. Spen- cer stock at boots and shoes. 'Jan. McBride died, aged Fritz, tramp molder, jadly injured by jumping off B. O. wind storm during afternoon and evening. Jan. Beam died, aged and Mrs. W. S. Carroll sum- moned to Logan on account of illness of ran away, thi owing Mr. Tait and. Jesse Wilson out of the Ozier named for Mansfield postmas- born to Mr. and Mrs. Ru- Tus Htilitt sustained a stroke of Johnson, 11 ember of the burglar gang m the Shelby tragedy, pardoned. of Capt. W. R. Mo Mullen brought from Allegheny, Pa., 'or installation of ost and Relief corps ird Mrs. Peter Bissman. Miss Bias- nan and Ben and Walter Bissman started on ;i trip to an club he-Id annual md Mrs. Robert Kase celebrated heir wooden wedding. January Clearance Sale Tiny Prices Prevail Tonight LADIES' STRICTLY HIGH GRADE TAILORED to close out at Better Suits, up to close out This is the first time these suits have been offered at these cost prices. CHILDREN'S BEARSKIN, ASTRAKHAN AND CLOTH To close out quickly at-----...................950 and LADIES' LONG, SEMI-FITTING Coats Coats Coats Coats FINE AND EXPENSIVE close out at...............g8c Untrimmed Hats at........................... 25c and g8c One-Half Off on Wings and Fancy Feathers. LOW PRICES ON UNDERWEAR, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, ETC., ETC. FOR SPRUNG 1010 All our import lines of New Embroideries are here. The New Ginghams, Madras, Dimities, White Goods, etc., etc. DR. OSIER TO THE CONTRARY FASHION AND BEAUTY r.inny months. How it a law of that k'nd to "ue en- forced without an of t'Ts? And at tbat how arc bo- vilie Enterprise. How Could You. Mac? AJ.ron paper has running a What is more farming. restaurant keepers to be bar- [contest on Does tbe.L-oy Leave loo many K-rvos riibhins: to I red from buying in Chicago. St. 'be Farm." offering prizes for the town and cilj .itid trying to make a jlfMliS- Milwaukee and eth-r ?eem? to be a iffort to keep the Akron population from entirel> Uring thprr. pnd not are j m tbe ctnin-iry. Too many aud feeding the stuff t-> thfir are trying to ge' along wifbc-ut -work. and not enough of them arc in tbe tlisiness of something. t-ons? ----o-- now wUh the increase Jn and Jf farminc if arid rontin-ies siiffi-'prftii 'hT" to Jack of farmers poor war.-'s of fzTflins: in the 1'aro driven 1th." fara.T 'f There a cry of bsrk to farm" S.-HTI it ir clear that there money In farming corn- "be toll whK'h it et- live-lihood I sompbwJv with tbe Drcy- I am a believer in fashion. It is be duty of every woman to make herself as beautiful and attractive as she possibly can. "Handsome is as liandsonie does." but she is much bandsomei if well dressed. Every- man should look his very best. I am a believer in good clothes. The time never ought to come in this country when you can tell a farmer's daugh- .er simply by the garments she wears. 1 say to every girl and woman, no matter what tbe material of your dress may be. no matter how cheap and coarse it is, CLL it and make it in the fashioo. I believe in jewelry. Some people iuok upon it as barbaric, but in my ji'agment wearing jewelry is the first evidence the barbarian gives of a -rtish to be civilized. To pdorn seems to be a part of our nature, and this seems to! be everjwheie and in everything.] I have sometimes thought that the J for lieautA covers the earth with fiowors. painis the wings of moths, tin's tbe number of the she'l and the l-ird its plumage and its' O da' and if jou i bo 1 wed. adorn yourselves; if, .idored. be Over in Belmont, Ohio, John Ro- berts, aged 91, will, on the first day of January, take charge of the office of constable for one of the districts ol that county. The incoming officer was elected on the Republican ticket last fall, and is said to be eagerly awaiting bis induction into office in order to prove that 91 years do not constitute a barrier to the active and efficient discharge of the somewhat hazardous office of constable of a country district. Mr. Roberts's con- stituents are thoroughly satisfied, and the world at large should send New Year congratulations to a man who survives wear and tear of 91 years of life and finds himself at the end willing to go out and tackle the little criminals "who may of- fend against the peace and dignity of the 'commonwealth. Mr. Roberts does not furnish any explanation of TOW he happens to be so spry. He ioes not offer an infallible recipe on low to live to be 91 and then be led a constable, neither does he re- fer to the use of or abstinence from obacco and whisky, and nothing is mentioned as to how early the aged- constable-elect retired at night or got jp in the morning. These little de- tails in the present instance may be regarded as being wholly superflu- ous. Mr. Roberts is an Ohioan, and the residents of that state with one voice declare that the salubrious cli- mate, wholesome fare eaten, and modest but exemplary lives led by the people of Ohio insure long life under the most delightful conditions. Citizens of very many other com- munities agree with this native pane- ric on Ohio's fine qualities, and join with Mr. Roberts's fellow citi- zens in explaining bis longevity. With this illuminating addendum: Not is life long in Ohio, but they never reach the age over there when j considered too old to run for ofiice j and be elected. Dr. Osier's theories have no application in the political economy of our sister state. Ohio usually has a man for the office and aii ofiice for many of the men. The surprising thing is that Mr. Roberts at 91 has not reached a higher goal tban that of constable. With the en- ergy he displays at that age he ought to have been president long Pittsburg Gazette-Times. ART AND LIFE. SAID the poet unto the seer: How shall t learn to tell What 1 know of heaven anil heUT I speik, but to turn The passions that In me burn. I shout to skies, but I haar No anawer from man or God. Shall I cast my IJTS to the sod, Rest and give- over the strife And sink in a voiceless life? Said the seer to tbe poet: Arlae And give to the seas and ths akies that In thee burns. Thrice speak, though the blue sky Peaf ears and the ocean spurns Thy call. Though men despise The word tbat from out thy heart Flameth. do thou thy part. Thrice speak It aloud, I say. Then go. released, oil thy Live thou deeply and wise. Sucfor MA nftvgr before. Know joy till it cuts to the quick. Eat the apple, to the core; Be thou cursed By them thou hast by the sick Whom thou in thy weakness nursed: With tl-y strength tho faint endue: Be praised when 'twere better to blame; In the home of Uiy spirit be true. Though tho vo'ca of the street cry shame; Be silent till is done. Then return In the light of the sun And once sinjr Oh, thei fircj Into mus'c thy the seas Again all thy thought. Oh. be Thy voice as the vo'.co of wares, as ths voice of the trees: Tell the Wast That shall shudd-r as onward It flies With thy word, with thy song; Tell the skies And tha wa.-ld. that shall listen at lasll --RicharJ Watson Gilder. Ball Gowns We do exceptionally fine work on bali gowns. We do all our work on fino clothes by hand. And we do it cars- fully and skillfully. We can take care of the finest thinnest, lightest materials. Send in one for a trial. Phone 863. Bell 291-R. FAMOUS WORDS OF FAMOUS MEN SoWdSh BrOS. Or to Use Powder. Many a man is wearing a plush hat who would shudder at the idea of borrowing a feather from his wife's top piece to make it Prospect Monitor. Good Resolutions Are a good crop to seed springs up so readily, and the blos- soms open so soon with such a brave show, especially at first. But when the time of flowers has passed, what as to the Has that resolution, made years ago, to protect your family and busi- ness with Life Insurance ever borne fruit? Let me help you to start the New. Year right. SPENCER Insurance and Investments, Bell 932-W. 1 A Champion. Congress !s riot, and should not nr.riic- from the closest observation In his report at the ir? of the Par'-c Aitnue Har if! church to in ihls j K-v raster Kibwald and raisreprcsentatJon. It tiTieni S'jcc'silons a-, to i r.ot held up. as 5t Ions as a body under] C THE ,001 WEATHER REPORT. ETl today, trith fs ;Se seer. I asi could cilll tl-e rear? Warm the sweet wlr.da I a limit to cvea Star. (in puff j he Of trhirh aad a That TinrTiot hardly of o real Aicerir-iTs. s !f it to bc'oar from IbOf of tbe soil. f ue affair ia France. And ttvo bri fvtif. JlJcc dream'ne j -fl ar.d spirit. TJlanx- Not the Hen. Arcordlnc to the -president of the American Warehousemen's associa- iri rold florase in the rnlted S'ates OF MGHT, Cardinal Pole was one of the most lemarkable men of his time. The unyielding uprightness with which his conduct true to his con- victions, made him many enemies among those he opposed. By his faithful and energetic adherence, fluring the reigns of Henry and Ed- ward, to the papal even, as it must have seemed to many, at the ex pense of tbe liberty of his country. as well as by the active share which be took in the retrogressive measures of he rendered himself unpop- ular with the English people. 13nt ever adorning the. nobility of his birth, with the additional lustre of nobility of mind, ne merited re- spect 1-y his singular learning, his purity of conscience, his uniform tonsis'.cnry. his genuine piety, and ilic refined and amiaWe Reginald Poie was the son of Rich- crd Pole. Lord Montague, consin- pTican to VII. his mother Duke of Clarence, brother of v.ard IV. Born in 15f'0, he was edu- cated for Hie cmirch from his earliest raided abroad several THl's patronage, after whirh. returning to Tie TO'irf.3 into :o r vninterrujitefl. h'Ci devotional Poif's first creat trial was his rup- ture Henry. After fruitless en- j often renewed on the king'" j part, to indiKe the churchman to acquiesce in Catherine's dhorce, and i AXD XOT OF Pole. the rejection of the papal supremacy, j and equally vain attempts, and as cften reiterated on the side of Pole, to avoid coming to any decision, hej was finally induced to declare his opinion, and as he expressed it with the utmost honesty, and with considerable eloquence, he was duly- placed under ban. and a price set oil his head. Pole kei't clear of the; danger, and Henry had to content' himself with depriving: him of- all i his preferments, and his two broth- ers and aged mother of their lives, In the same proportion as the af-! fcctions of Henry were alienated! from the uncompromising counsel lor. the Roman see took him 5nto favor. He was created a cardinal. _ aid employed 01 several important I trusts. He actively exerted himself j In the formation of a which J should hsvf: for its object lac restor- j r.tion of England to the C.iiiollc- faith; and. In along T Uli two other he represented 'h? pope at the Coun-il of Trent. In IMS. Pole TT.TH elected to the; pope-dom, but as the election he refused to accept derision, t'pon this tbe com lave proceeded to elect him again, this dtclc-iori he God was a God of light, not of darkness." and binding wait for the moTr.lnc The Italiana. disconcerted. once more to an and time tie friends of the cardinal were AFTER TWEICTT-Fn'E TEARS OK IJ.-VE8TIGATJNG THE CAIISES AND TREATMENT OF D R O P S and during this time having treated hundreds of cases, we feel that at least we are able to offer to those suf- fering from any lorm of dropsy, an absolute relief- While thlk or no oth- er form of treatment Is to mako a permanent cure In all cases owing to structural changes In the heart ana kidneys, yet wo are able to drrnon- strate to any sufferer onr ability to remove the fluld. speak without reservation. reniove the water In all cases and tnnJte a c-i'e if xhe diseased organs causing the dropsy are not too badly particulars, address IAJCK BOX Zt. BtTLEU, O. CCO. o.. N.T. AMUALSALE, TEN MILUOI BOIES ;