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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

.V /,'v' •■ ■',-11 H'"' W|M < ' Bgrapw#* PL •sSS.v. • ; . L:v * i =: THE QUARREL. ONE THING LACKING WHAT SPOILED THE PLEASURE OF THE CLAMBAKE. l> A & I 18/ I- ■ '/ Hi v jr /\(_ Jftctlxlclicw. Sheltered within the hollow of her arm ,1 Three kings are we that come to wor- The Son of Man lay sleeping. On her ship him, cheek For we have seen his star in the Far She felt his warm broath stirring, like M\ East the faint Beyond the deserts. We have jour- And fragrant breeze that fans the neyed far, silver leaves 4Sk\ Star-led, and, lo, it standeth o'er this Upon the slopes of Olivet. Her eyes, roof, Still shadowed with the pains of moth- && A sign celestial!" Then each laid erhood, aside Dwelt tenderly upon the placid brow And cherub features of the infant £„ low Christ, <h$ Before the mother and the holy child, The babe in swaddling clothes, whose ) Crying: "All hail, Redeemer of the destiny World! Led to Golgotha's summit, where the King of the Jews, all hail!" and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

,U<. . c* ••• • •ji.f'iC, v .; " -/•'> ' fBD EVERY THURSDAY. V HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Year .$1.00 Entered as second class matter March i, 1906, at the post office at Mexia, Tex, Onder the act Of congress of March 3, 1879. . -m ^toertvsviv^ "fc.&Us i issue 2 issues 4.issues Yea 1 Page$12.o0 $22.00 $40.00 $5O0.C0 a " 7.50 13.00 24.00 300.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 175.00 less THAN ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue Wild rioting is now in progress down in Haiti and those people seem to be happy at last. The 3-year old emperor of China has been inducted into office with the old time pomp of the ancient empire. At Pine Bluff, Ark., the river was rising and several fine build- ings, including the county court house and a big hotel, were in danger of caving banks. The city appealed to the national gov- ernment for assistance in chang-1 ing the channel of the river so as to save the valuable proper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

SRKj — ■ ' ■ to loan ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. I . i have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Real Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Mexia, Texas Local and Personal. Charlie Alderman had the mis- fortune to get his leg broke this morning out at the Nussbaum farm at Woodland. A hack was sent out after h}m and after the limb had been set he was brought home. Fine china cups, saucers and plates at cut prices next week at Pittman's. H, E. Gafford has been select- ed as street overseer and will from now on have charge of the street work. Judge J. Ross Bell was over from Fairfield today. In the east show window of the New York Bargain house there is a pretty display of em- broidery work, done with a needle by Mrs. R. Musgrave of Houston, sister of Mr. Houx. The display consists of shopping bags tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

85$ Ti"' Y ' r" i"'" ' '!'*■)' ' • •' — ■> * > ■ ' ' vti ' i jm '?Y4~ nVi.-'-tfW '■< ^ <t?i '; *'■ 'r .1 ''' ■ ■ • r: Read to Both ises of National Assembly LEGISLATION CALLED FOR Financial Standing of the Nation De- clared Excellent—Control of Cor- porations, the President Thinks, Should Be Left t6 the National Government—Labor Leaders Come kl for Criticism—Respect for Law Vital to the Weil-Being of Country. I -• 2 lm) Tfn ' 13 wli 11 ■II 1 B! r L ( - / / Washington.—The message of Presi- dent Roosevelt was read in both Bouses of congress Tuesday. In sub- stance the document was as follows: To the Senate and House of Represen- tatives: The financial standing of the nation at the present time is excellent, and the financial management of the na- tion's interests by the government dur- ing the last seven years has shown the most satisfactory results. But our cur- nency system is imperfect, and It Is ear- nestly to be hoped that the currency commisF-'.on will be able to pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

M (M im REDUCED RATES On ROUND TRIP TICKETS Account CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS To Points in the Southeast Kansas City and St Louis Via H. & T. C. R. R. Orfsale December 19, 20 and 21, 1908 Return Limit Januar, 17 1909 New Winter Resort now open to the public fine hunting and fishing, best accommodations Franklin Hotel, Llano, Texas, the great Texas health resort. For tickets and further information call en Agents_of. the H. & T. C. R. R. Or address T. J. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agent Houston, ^iTexas. Knights of Pytbias Elect Officei s. At the meeting of Travis Lodge No. 20, Knights o f Pythias held Thursday night the following officers were elected for the ensuing term: A, B. Marchbanks, C. C. J. Stuart Pearce, V. C. E. T. Measels, Prelate. J. P. Anderson, M. of W. J. Frank Cogdell, K. of R. and S. D. H. Gibson, M. of F. J. W. Kincheloe, M. of E. Marvin Cogdell, M. at A. Ed Wood, I. G. S. F. Carroll, 0. G. R. W. Cosnahan, representa- tive to the grand lodge. W. B. Kendrick, trustee. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

11 I I i 1 ■ *. j i b; •A * i da. th( pei a. i< In 5 im TK ne, lai ' w 1 .. / J ^ I s THE SEVENTH PERSON By BEN McCUTCHEON ILLUSTRATIONS BY MELVILL BEGINS IN THIS ISSUE We advise you to read the opening chapters, for you will find the story an exceptionally inter- esting and exciting one. COURT HOUSE Growth iywfl. COUNtY COURT. County court convened Mon- day morning with Judge Kim- bell presiding. The following were impaneled as the jury for the week: John Runnels, W. K. Wimbish, Jr., B. F. Gregory, P. I. Herring, W. L. Anderson. J. B. Kirkpatrick, C. A. Webb, Lee Bell, A. F. Ferguson. J. D. Lane, J. R. McKinney and J. T. Hitt. CIVIL POCKET. H. D. Adams vs Charlie Elwards, tried before jury, ver- dict for plaintiff, for $125.00 Jesse McLendon vs T. B. Wil- son et al, mistrial. CRIMINAL DOCKET. Joe Weaver, disturbing peace, fine $1. C. J. Sterling, carrying pistol, fine $100. Red a negro, gaming fine $10. Tuck Hawkins, abusive lan- guage, fine $1. Tony Manning, gaming fine $10. Al...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

NEWS FROM OYER TEXAS i 1 % \ r* 11 { z] J i (J: C. C. Garner, a farmer living near Weatherford, shot and killed himself Saturday night. The tuberculosis exhibit which has for Borne time been at Brownwood was sent to Waco Monday. Tom Still, of Conroe, while out hunting Wednesday was accidentallv shot and fatally Injured. The cotton mill at Corsieana, after an idleness of several months, start- ed up Monday with a full force of op- eratives. Early Friday morning nre destroy- ed the saw mill belonging to S. G. Childs located about six miles south of Tlmpson. The committee on work of the Ma- sonic grand lodge is conducting its an- nual school, with 200 delegates pres- ent, in Waco. Dallas' bid for the maneuvers of the Army of the Gulf will be presented to Luke E. Wright, secretary of war, by United States District Attorney Wil- liam H. Atwell. Daniel lienchoff and .Joe Docker of Menardsville announce they will put on an automobile passenger line be- tween Brady and Menardville about the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 10 December 1908

m$€wl ) ii ■ j^v" m ■S ^ «-a Rr5 :v*%? w—J S>t Tho Big Show of th3 Centra! Poultry ana Pet Stock Association. Dec. 15th. to 19th. will ba an event of unusual,.importance to the people of this sectioned' the Stats on account of the big J poul- try and pet stock show to be held by the Central Texas Poul- try and Pet Stock Association at Corsicana, Texas, onjthe above dates. ) Owing to the fact that ti e Association has arranged a very attractive premium list and has taken special pains to advertise the show it is expected that the exhibit will be the largest and best ever held by this associa- tion. Another fenture will be ajmrse offered by the State and by the National White Wyainlotte'clubs for the best exhibition ,of.< this u" breed of poultry; this will'bring to the show the finest array of Wyandottes ever seen in Texas. Another important ^attraction will be the meeting of the'State Federation of Poultry JAssoci; - tions at Corsicana Dec. 15th., which held in connection with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

vw \ifylt /$?•{/!<'* "y.:'-' mm.'Mp* ■ ■ w ^:| 7. '. '' ,t1-'' * ' • A'fiSS !®w*W .iw"'i IKMW —— Si See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insura***:, Hexia, Texas. .1 '1 The I cUi dJi V c-f a ■ Weekly Herald. VOL. 9 MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1908. NO 51 Best Calicoes 4iC Good tirade Cotton Flannel 5c Good Cotton Checks 5C Every Article A Bargain. 10c Plaid Suiting '1, 7,' •; Apron Gingham 5c . Yd wide Dlche'd Domestic 5C 25c Suitings III 10c Percals lie Yd wide Brown Domestic 5c Paper Pins lo A.J.WAGNER&CO. A sale of interest to every member of the buying public. Have you been among the crowds that have visited our GREAT PRE=IINVENTORY SALE? Hundreds of people have. Thousands of dollars worth of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Fine Millinery and Ladies Ready=to=wear has been sold. And equally as much more will be sold in the LAST SIX DAYS of our sale. Remember Next Thursday is the Last Day. Never before in the history of Mexia have there been such great redu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

,.L' '!''-'.>'.'.'.:*f..l..;' . I'Vji'tftfirt-. *t \ V f' w ^ :i/;, ' v :■- v'/flt'■ ™#x°m ¥\ :\'^J SSw^^' v&.t • <k4; Ms '■ ' "-v^ "«) V .•;. >v THE MEXIA WEEKLY HP1ALD N. P.HOUX, Publisher MEXIA, TEXAS "What Is more potent than the dol- lar?" Oh a few millions of It. Mrs. Langtry 1b 00 years old, but at a little distance you can scarcely no- tice it. The Crop Reports Important Factor in Commercial World By CHARLES C. CLARK. Associate Statistician, U. S. Department of Agriculture. A western observer says that almost all the street railway companies nov run "Pay-as-you-enter" cars. Philadelphia boasts of a magazine devoted exclusively to aeronautics. One of those fly-by-night publishing concerns, eh? It is claimed that the mound build- ers were the first baseball players, but nobody has ever discovered anything to indicate that they were the first umpire maimers. Asbestos sheets are being instituted tinder the mattresses of sleeping cars on some of the railways of the U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

*"y~V",; """ ' V- " /, '<■' ■ . -,v.. . ft#' <*■. <s& 'jr'M&i-.' f Or/21 m •*0pJF ■ -#sa9 S&k fr'-iSV-K Mips* 51 11 W 11 I ) JTtL^ I '■■ ■ ■ —~ ttf N;A ' ' ^ i: ■ I.---- *• ../■ ? ' , -J. MM tf&ria v •£ ; g^ssa.: P..; 1 4 I TJK^i ia 4V:'. BKa m E M^.- mr$? - ■ n57w> ;• :•,{•*..-..i.>>-*, v /rV- ?.* • .V' -- .: ':y; tfwM „ *$ ffi<4VVT" . '^vrt: ®s i aft*. :V22^ 58 & . ^^ggj :. ■ &sisfa< %, #" I * •£ < Vii'-". jaBMHBaaBaa«BaMgMBBWBgt jjm™ GFRMAK WiQ/6TM<5 VL//1/1SRS AW/J^T/?/// y<?/y£> /*>? 7W C/J//.ME/Y, PA/SfCEM L Ol//S£ /i/YD P/f/A/CF c/O/UW/7. "THE TENDERLOIN." AY, toughy, why do you cull It that— The 'TenjJtrloln' po- lice? How <1J<3 the station git the name? Now tell ine, will you pie ;u e?" And "Tough y" Bald: "Once on a time A member of the force. Said he Just pined for tenderloin, The round steak was too coarse. "So dey transferred hiirj to a Job, Near Thirtieth street, New York, A region of 'high llvin' ' w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

I i I Jf mss-m !ALD Evj ■ -j IB mm- '$WSE-mi SHED EVERY THUKSDAY. P. HOUX, Editor a Proprietor Tamaleville. And why shouldn't the laws be enforced over there as well as in other cities of the state? Let them take their med- icine. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00 Entered as second class matter March 6,1908, at the post office at Mexia, Tex, under the act of congress of March 3, 1879. 3\A\)ctYysVc\^ H.&\es i issue 3 issues 4 issues 1 Page$12.u0 $22.00 $40.00 y, 7.50 *13.00 24.00 % " 4.50 7.50 14.00 LESS THA.N ONE QUARTER PAGE. 1 issue 20c per inch. 2 issues 35c per inch. 4 " 50c " " 1 Year 10c " "Each Issue Grandview Tribune: Of the 133 members of the last Legisla- ture, only 52 have been re-elect- ed. Seventeen members were helped elect Senator Bailey have been returned, against twenty- two who voted against him. This leaves ten old members unaccounted for. What become of them.—Dallas News. Thirty nine from fifty two leaves thirteen. What's the 175.00 matter with you fellows a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

I V ',/. •mm s ti ON IMPROVED FARMS VENDOR'S LIEN NOTES BOUGHT AND EXTENDED. have arranged for western capital whereby I am enabled to make loans on Keal Estate direct to borrowers. Inspec- tions made by me and loans closed at Mexia without delay. Satisfactory rates with pre- payment privileges. W. M. WHITE, Lawyer. Alexia, Texas Mrs. s H. F. Simmons has re- turned to.her home in Wortham after a few days visit to relatives here. W. H. Lewis has returned from a few days visit to his daughter, Miss Mary, in Hunts- ville. | Married.—Mr. William Bower and Miss Mattie Smith, living' near town, were married Monday afternoon in Judge M. S. Clark's office, the judge officiating. Mrs. W. J. I-Iathcock has re- turned to her home in Palestine after a visit to the family of her son, B. W. Hodges. Terry Wood has returned i from a business trip in W< sr.ern Local and Personal. |Texas. Mr. Alfonso Steele, who has; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vickers | been under the weather for j are the proud parents ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

. ■ "... ' ■_ Bzw €uTCHmON COPYRIGHT /906 BY DODD MEAD &< COMPANY \ . CHAPTER I. In the Darkness of the Chamber. The persons who formed the 1898 Cluster of the Gemini at the cciiege lad boon chosen from 21 possible can- didates, all of whom had in mind the possibility of becoming wearers of the Pin of the Twins when they de- cided to enter the school. As has been the case in former years, they repre- sented some of the most prominent 'families in the land. Eventually every one of them would come into enough of this world's goods to place him high ©n the pedestal of independence. With two exceptions, the persons ■were easterners; and their names, as they appeared in the book of personal- ity-written in the order of their in- itiation—were Vynne Marshall, Ald- Tich Bond, Henry Rich Littleton, But- ler Noble Martindale, Simeon Pick- aey Woodring, Henry Walker Yea- inans and Gerard Chambers. By vir- ture of precedent, chiefly, Marshall, the first, of the number to be clothed •wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

-j.r •vn* — mm MEXIA LIQUOR CO., Headquarters for Christmas Whisk ies, ines, randies. in Fact Liquors of all Kinds e We Arc Going to Offer the Trade Some of the Best Kentrcky Whiskies Ever Brought to Mexia WE wish to call vour attention to the fact that we buy these Whiskies in Bond emd they are shipped direct from the Bonded Warehouses with U. S. gauge of certificate, which guarantees the purity of the goods. We don't buy from Little Local Jobbe rs. We buy from the I^eople Who Distill the Whiskey, and therefore are in a position to give you a BETTER GRADE OF LIQUOR FOR THE MONEY THAN THE ORDINARY SALOON KEEPER.. LET US SELL you your Christmas Whiskey. Remember, we give with each gallon one Bottle of Nice Wine— something that'll be appreciated by your lady. Also, remember that on Christmas Day we give away a TEN GALLON KEG OF FINE OLD COON HOLLOW. Ask for Tickets: With the above advantages we feel safe in saying that we can make it to your interest to buy your whiskies from us door ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

■'M f i% III if - h' 4 a *—% n\. ;. notable in the so- of Shreveport and nd beautiful fromevery was celebrated last ' at the First Presbyterian in the presence of a large aber Of guestswho had as- Wed to witness the marriage Miss Josephine Marguerite and Mr. Alfred Maclyn Wil- Hk. \* v .Wa. invite you to our Big Christ- Annex, the only Ex- Store in Mexia. ZSCm s,?f •m The church was decorated with a gorgeous display of palms and ferns in pyramidal form at the altar. At the base of the pulpit were garlands of southern smilax, which with running as- paragus fern reached to the handsome organ loft, making a most effective background for the white robed bridal party. The ceremony was impresively performed by the Rev. Jasper K. Smith. The postnuptial reception was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kobler. It was a very beautful aifair but embraced only the bridal party. Before the en- trance of the bridal party and as a prelude to the celebration of the nuptials, a charming musical program was...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

?$!• ':Si ■'JJL TO OURB A COUGH "I .■f r :<V , Or Break a Cold In 24 Houra Mix two ounces of Glycerine and a half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine com- pound pure with a half pint of Straight Whisky. Shake well and take a tea- spoonful every four hours. The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine com- pound pure Is prepared only by The Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, and is put up only in half-ounce vials, each vial securely sealed in a round wooden case to Insure its freshness and purity. Urge Use of Horseflesh. Some hospital physicians are urg- ing that horseflesh be more freely used as being not only cheaper than beef, but more tender and digestible. If dried and reduced to a powder it becomes almost tasteless. Don't It Jar You? To have a cough that you can't leave oft—even when you go to bed? Put it away for good by using Sim- mons' Cough Syrup. It heals inflamma- tion of the throat and lungs—gives you rest and peaceful sleep. Trade of the United States with its American neighbors In 190...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 17 December 1908

lip KW**.. f'siiiHF NOTES. ; Journal - ; ill,' Hih iB; p: 811 V . -A: i DI8TRICT COURT JURORS. . The following have been select- ed for service as grand and petit jurors at the January term of the District Court. GRAND JURY. A L Bradley, Joe C McClelland, S D Adair, Doc Roberts, R C Robertson, B J Williams, W C Jackson, W R Kendrick, H C Gant, Jim Ferguson, R. L. Mc- Kinnon, Wm Moody, Jasper Bower, Wilber Reed, Bob Reed, Wyatt Priddy. PETIT JURY. 2lld WEEK Fred Bannett H J Bainhart W F Mackey Jess Collins J E Barnett R T Liles C Black Jim Coleman Rob Hunter J G Hughes J R Henderson R T Brasier Geo Owens Bad Gray R L Burchfield J E Cavps R L Blankenship O C Nettle D E New J H Raborn Will Miller T Baker J M Autchinson N Sarcher T 1 Camp Wes Alston J M Barnett G T Pearce K D Cox E S Cox Jno Caloway J J Beckham B C Lansford Gao Oaks W B Curry Will Bucknor 3rd WfiEK. Dan Harker P D McICinnon Ham Patterson Bill Byrd J II Price A F Hillis J P Carpenter F S Climer C R Bradley C A Bates Tom ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 December 1908

See J. Sandford Smith for FIRE, LIFE and TORNADO Insurant, flexia, Texas. - - VOL. 9 A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR 1 ' r**lf<syw xia Weekly Herald. z=rz: MEXIA. TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908. NO 52 DISTRICT COURT JURORS. PtfJc Entertains in Mrs. Wildei. True hospitality was evidence a id expressed in cordial words of jocjy 0f t^e R ^ary." greeting, and hearty hand clasps, | fjai.y Doyle charmingly music, which was almost contin- uous, and was approp riately fit- ting for the occasion. Myrtle Street sweetly '"Good Night, Little Girl, Night," and as an encore GRAND JURY. A L Bradley, JoeC McClelland, S I) Adair, Doc Roberts, R C f ~ 1 Robertson, B J Williams, W C Jackson, W B Kendrick, H C Gant, Jim Ferguson, R. L. Mc- Wm Moody, Jasper Good 'Par- Miss sang j Kinnon, 0: ' and was reflected in the rich,: ..With You in Eternity," and as Bower/wilberBReed, Bob Reed, decorated environments ot the;an encore "Someone." Miss; w att Pridd Park home, when P riday after-1 Mary Ward, in her own ini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mexia Weekly Herald — 24 December 1908

m V IMS * ,i -' >l';- % iM wm Kvi'ii ill; ' wmm =«= i " m TV ml ■M r - TEXAS general of the navj dental corps. Is this to b« to the teeth of a gale? Illinois man got a bride on ai on bet, and will know in a fen whether he won or lost. Tale may build a stadium. There It be more than ever a matter ol ek meeting Greek. Politics -m -,;w; •!?{ Their Important Bearing on Business By DR. NICHOLAS MURRAY BUTLER. President of Columbia University. WEEK'S EPITOME |iaf;i: That is an old saying about good di- ction waiting upon appetite, but i ^< ver appropriate to the occasion. It is difficult to see how an expert "... «U find enough work to keep htm busy under the stringent game laws prevailing in Africa. Now a theorist insists that life can be prolonged forever. The Idea opens up a terrible prospect in some cases for the world's welfare. People who used to denounce "Ca- mllle" as an improper play are too dazed to submit any comments on some of the stage performances now presented. An Ar...

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