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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 December 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1901. NUMBER 6 Audrain Authorities Call ed Upon To Investigate. The Parties Live Between Middletown and Van dalia. The following item is taken from the Middletown Chips: A Mrs. Flowers, living on the Nuckles farm, two miles north of town, in the edge of Audrain coun ty, was shot in the neek ly her husband on lust Thursday evening, with n "'J'-' rifle. The version of the uff air us related by the wife is us follows: The husband had been it way ut work, and ou return ing home fouud that his two little boys had untied the dog. This seemed to anger him, so he got his gun and said that he was going to kill the animal. His wife remon strated, and threatened to have him prosecuted if he killed it. He was standing with the eoeked gun lying across his irm, and on the above statement from her, he turned quickly toward her a nd the gun went off, the ball taking ef fect iu her neck and ranging down war...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 December 1901

V, THE MESSAGE THUKSDAY. DEC 12, 1!I01 I'liblished Every Thursdnv. John Brnl, Editor nntl Proprietor, l'lilcrcil ut thr "'uslutlici' lit Mexico. Mo., u scenml-ihis mutter. Ik that new voting machine will reduce thti machine vote, we nre nil ready fir it. I) m'KKRY couldn't net tic the coal miners' strike nt L'ieh Hill, lint tin- Slnti! Hon rd (if Ai'liit ration did, and tin -y were not long nt it. Out Johns Branch correspon dent snid lust week: "Lout; ninv tin; Mkss.vhk live and continue to light the saloon power nnd kin dred evils." That proposed lmnd issue is what gets our citi.ctis ns to inu nicipid ownership of the. electric light plant. Hut " no good tiling" is withheld for money . Tiik St. Iiouis hrcwers gave the Republican campaign fund $."i,lH)0 nnd the Democratic campaign fund J..r)(M. The hrcwers wnnl to "catch 'em gwine orcoinin'." I'kkky, over in Hulls county, is soon to vote on the (iicstioii of a saloon or no saloon, t'lnd to see that the Enterprise lakes the side of (...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 December 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DKC. VI, 1901 Ct UAPPtNED AND llPPEM!NG. 5 S. 1. Atkins is back liotne from ' Idaho. Our ice plant was not destroyed ly fire, ns the Centralia Courier chronicled last week. ,). U. Crawford, on Youngs Creek, 1 1 ml n line heifer shot and killed by liunters tin-other day. The revival meeting at the Christian church in this city still continues. Persons arc added to the church almost daily. Prof. Wren, who teaches sing ing at Dripping Springs, is called "n bird'' by the young women of that town. The local eamp of the Modern Woodmen is talking a big supper for their installation of new offic ers first meeting night in January. The revival meeting nt the bap tist church here still continues. Up to Sunday there had been 18 additions to the church. Rev. Jay W. Yohe, of York, Pa., who recently visited relatives in this county, orders the Mkssaoe to his address at Forreston. Ogle county, 111. Hon. Rhodes Clay has purchas ed Waddingham Park, in the south part of the city...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 12 December 1901

i THE MESSACE T11UHSDAY, DY.C. l- l'.HH InTheKabrlch Building. Tt riHX of tin bscrijil ion : (in,. Yi-sir !"" Six Months '" Tlin'i' Munllm LIBEL SUIT. Audrain Man Testifies -Sam Cook's Letter. Iluh'lH'Ucll'lHM', Mo., l''t'. 7. This morning, i ti"' "fliiv of Al bert M. Ott, uotnry pul.lic, the tukiiifr of depositions in the libel suit of W. (). Cimlwell, former member of tho Ntute legislature, n jliiiust tin' St. Louis Ivi-pul 1 if for tin; liublieiition of a li tter from Sinn i. Cook, wcirtiiry of Slate, tleiiotiueinp; ( inilwcll ns nn un worthy person, wns resumed. Kx-(iov. lion V. Stephens, IM T. Orear find otlii'i-n were examin ed. (lOV. StcplltMIS testified eoll- oemiiiK tho interest taken ly Cook in tin! passage of the breeders' lnw. Tlio governor said Cook whs on tlie ground looking after the measure, nud that lie (Conk) had told him that tho Hign'intf of the Mil meant a great deal to him in a financial way. The governor also testified that J. M. Seibett, the present chairman ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 December 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1901. NUMBER 7 THE BLIZZARD, Drop in Temperature from 40 to 50 Degrees. Storm Unprecedented In Se verity For This Season. A cold wave of almost unprece dented severity for this season of the your swooped down upon the country Inst Saturday night. It came with rush in tin wake of h heavy rainstorm in some sections, nnd the warning of its approach was so short that the people were, in many instances, caught in a state of uupreparediiess. The blizzard, for it amounted In that, extended from the upper lake re gion ou the north, almost .to the gulf on the south, and Indiana on the east to Wyoming on the west. Many deaths are reported. At Marshall, Mo., while the mercury was eight degrees lielow zero, Jo seph Walker, a negro, froze to death on the street. At Leavenworth, Kansas, Ma thias (larthoclTer, a veteran of the Soldiers' Home, while walking from the city to the home, fell oil' n culvert an...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 December 1901

THE MESS AGE. I THURSDAY. DF.C. lMlt Published Every Thursday. " , Jolm Real, Editor and Proprietor, : Entered at the Pintiilllco nt Mcli-n, Mil, lis sevntid-cliiHS nuttier. A State Primary. (.'IIAMI' Ct.AKK Willi tit II Stale primary to name the nominee for I'nited States Senator, us well ns nil the nominees for State offices. We fail to see why one objection should lie niude to the plan. The Halls Comity Times argues in this way : The interest in the Senatorial question is waxing wurm. Just now the most important feature is the method of the selection. Il is no longer a debatable matte a change in the manner of ing the candidate for U. S. tors is important. The have grown tired of lobby I- t lilt t ilitltl- cures in this ns in other matters of great pulilit; eoneern. Then again the reason for the old practice has long since become obsolete. The tendency of the age anil the spirit if the people is fast erystaliing toward direct legislation. The flagrant abuse of power and fail ure ...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 December 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 19. 1901 g HAPPENED AND HAPPENIPIC. S .t. M. 1'ullnrd has been very nick. Corn is polling nt from 72 to 75 cents per bushel in this county. "Hob" Ibmlette, the Rrcat hu morist, was in thin town Inst Sat unhiy. E. D.Fisher, in. Molino vicinity, litis two very sick children; scar latina. Tli Worecstor linve another big next Saturday . hunters are to rabbit chase The V. V. Harper stock of dry goods was shipped to Anudnrko, Oklahoma, this week. John Adler ended his life in a saloon in St. Louis this week, nf ter bidding farewell to friends. Theodore Cabbiae, in St. Louis this week, too proud to solicit alms, sold his shoes to buy bread and walked home barefooted. The bankrupt stock of goods of A. Soltz was sold to S. Jeanette , of St. Louis, Tuesday. The stock will be auctioned off in Mexico. Gray Wilson and brother, of Molino, hauled 2C0 bushels of corn from Mexico out to their place this week. Cost them 72c per bushel. President John H. Kirk, of the Kirksvil...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 19 December 1901

2-. rar MESSAGE TliriJSDAY. DEC. V.i, 1!M1 In Th-j Kabrtch Bullulnc 7 V rms nf iSithso iil inn : ! Vi :r 'I l,r. lit ll CKNICISliS MESSAGE. Kooscvclt Should Have Nc fcrrcd to Mrs. Km ger's Death. Mi In. Nil.., D.c. 1.1. W. .1. I'.i iin. in the t'linmiiiiic, . euiii inclils mi I'lTMilftit li'misi'Vi'lt'. cxprcssinii of regret in Iii- iih's s.i,'i' over tin1 dentil nf (ui-i'ii Vif turin mill Kiupri'ss I'Vi'deiii-k. while fiiiliuj; to synipiUliie with Kinder in his own lierciiveiiieiit. Mrvim snvs: "In tin; ((inclusion of his Inrs snue Mr. Roosevelt refers to the 'deep ami henrtfelt sorrow' occa sioned in tin; United Slntcs 1 iy the lentil of (jui't'ii Victoria Mini of 'the genuine sympathy of the American people lieemise of the dentil of the empress downier of ticrill.ll.V. Mr. Koosevelt," he snvs, "iiiitflit have mlded, without doiliej the leiist violenee to the truth, that the uricf of the Amcii can people because of the dent h of the wife of President KriiL'ir mid tlie Allierieilll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

Mexico Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1901. NUMBER 8 TO HANG. That Sentence for Dr. Gartrell at Butler, Mo. But the Case Next Gos to the Supreme Court. The Circuit Court of Hates eonnly, before whom l)r. .1. L. (iat'trelt who formerly lived in Au drain, murderer of I). H. Done Ban, m last Saturday overruled the motion of GaitrcH's attorneys for a rehearing. An appeal was immediately taken to the Supreme Court. The ease will not eoine up in that tribunal for about a year and n half. Judge G rover, upon refusing a new trial in his court, Henteneed Dr. Gartrell to he hanged Febru ary VI, 1902. In the Supreme Court Gartrell's attorneys are very hopeful of hav ing the ease reversed. The princi pol grounds selected upon for re versal is the fact that the Circuit Court refused to instruct tlie jury that defendant could be found guilty of manslaughter. Iu the instructions the Court only direct ed an acquittal or a verdict of murder. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

Mexico Missouri Message John Beat, Publisher. 1KX ton... bffl U .MISSOURI ODLirU) Vij ' i t,. The professor who maintain! that Jersey mnsriultoea do not bite Is guess Ing at long range. A national coin la recommended for Ihe I'hlllpplnes, to lake the place of the Mexican adobe dollar. If Ixird Otirzon has ft rare question on Ills hands In India, he would do well to throw up his Job at once. Those Central Americans havo to rtop and fight every few miles because they have come to the sea or the steep hills'. There Is always a finish lying In wait nm5whT down the pike. McUovorn got Ids, nnd Youug Corbett will jiot Int long. Those. highbinders of Sun Fr.mclsro lira to have forgotten that hlgliliiud iiig in that city always ends In high bunging. Spain Is experiencing tho coldett winter it has Known In many yearn. When things begin to go wrong they always go tho limit. Epigram by Bro. Parkhurst: A good man Icels bad when he is knocked down. A bad man takes it as part of bla athletic train...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

1 lite CM iivj One Rtnr b.un.'J low within tho ilar er.cd And lTiin a Mublo duor mi n.isweiins '(?it fnlr.tly fnrtti, ivIktc: lliroitsh full ionr of iukIii A wt,mrtn WHtr ht-d. The bouml And bhv tho b iuIp ticuil of rcHileiia bcffKt These ,wolt a hush iMofdiiml. Tin- ruotn vr'm lc lit , , , Sr. lu.fiVn lit hrr Unlin tfok no nfrriKnl Wlipfft MiRduWn of Hie hpiimf, that ruuglil htj tea ?t uf Item. meniM hanel to a lont'then- Sho witly wt i crown mnilr by a (Voce -'i gok.t'n hittr. Natifilit pifbuKiM I'ain or iUMr iftrlifr, til" pivot of Hip -wliiintr mtli' it ! ity irtirltcrcd In her aims eo wutm a tut near: A mOthr'fi lieiu! io Uimod llini "Tritice tj I'eait!" - Kiln n A. I'ujjitor. was such nn un kempt, tad looking 1 creature when be , presented himself the back door that Chri.-itnuis i morning ti3ki:ig for something to eat that Mary was more than half ln- ..ltnc.,1 tn ilisobev is the rule of the ; rney household, which stood good .t all srasens of tho year as well s at Yuletble, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY. DEO. 26, 1901 Published Every Thursday. John Benl, Editor and Proprietor. Entorcd at tho Postodk-c at Mexico, Mo t soconci-clitss matter. Sek the Mkssaue subscription list lengthen out. Co mo mid join us, nnd go with us, nnd we will try to do thee good. Ladtonia locality, this county, is agitating the" consolidated school district" idea to some extent. The plan's bound to como. So Vandalia gets the Hughes Washing Machine factory. Mexi co had an opportunity to get this enterprise but her capitalists moved too slowly. MoSTlll.Y bulletin, devoted to agriculture, or "nature study," is recommended by State Superinten dent W. T. Carrington for use in the Missouri rural schools. Good point. Let's do more to keep t la boys and girls interested in the farm. A writer asks this o,ucstion: Is the forcible absorption of a small country by a larger ever justifiable or even profitable in view of the suffering entailed! Witness Ire land, Finland, Poland, La Vendee, Bosnia, Sum...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, DEC. 2G. 1901 g HAPPENED AND HAPPEHING. 5 George Rudasill lout ft $1.)0 horse the other day. Measles in the home of J. 13. Woolery, southwest of Mexico. lion. C. F. Clink is feeding n large drove of eattle tit Pcgrim, III. Postmaster Pritehett, of Mar tiusburg, in looking after his land interests in Oklahoma. In many places in Kansas the farmers are pouring wheat into the hog pens. No other feed. Silas Wilson, who has been ill for so long, lias been very mueli worse of late. The Mexieo Water Works Co. has contributed $"() toward help ing "Mexico's worthy poor." G. I. Moore, of Youngs Creek, is out in Nebraska this winter, teaching school at Butte, that State. What has become of F. Unban, who recently moved to this town from Santa Fet He fails to call for his mail. Uarland Sims, lato with Turner, Jacksou & Co., of this city, left a few days ago for Cuba, where he has a business position. If those Xmas goodies have made your bad teeth nehe, you will find it a...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

j$vnanjjjfnMg f ACTORS' HOME AT CASTLETON, STATEN ISLAND f i XX NEARLY COMPLETED XX & The home at Cuslletor., Statcii Island. pain . It is In bo a home i'or used, tut actors in distress, which was begun j Infirm ami need;- nn inhere of Hi" pro wl lb $71,000 roulriiiiited In twer.t) -oil" j fosaimi who nic now In us.vlitms and day In May. Il'tiu. hy actor and man- : mlior plan's throughout Hi.- cimitiy. ftgert, will noun It" ready for 01 1 u- 'I'll- brum I In hue linn- of Hie :ii- TWO MEN ROW 3,500 MILES. Two young men from Virginia rov 'i nil IK-fnnt skiff lip III" hailmi n-i-ontlv mill I a inn ashore to announce Hint they lillil been rowing for nix months. Iiml covered : t . T. I miles ami hail hail enough, says Hi" New Yoi k I'l CSS. They were Alvah ll. James, of Irv iugtim. anil llarlon II. Nolan of Mld illrburg. The era ft whleh they have rowed until tho palniM of their bunds became as tough hh leather is eighteen .feet Ioiik. nearly four foot beam ami has Uo air-tight compa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

ST. PAUL ROAD 6ETS BIG ENGINES. t.vgc:! Ones Ever Built to Be Used In fast Passenger Runi. I.nrerr Trnlnt nnrl CJuli-lc Schedule Are CxptcKil tn lis tit lltlmM. Ki.ulU Several of what are clulmril to lie the largest locomotives ever conslrtirt nl were received hy tno Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul ro.ul yesterday. In these, days of large engine each fiesh consignment received hy a rn 11 ioiuI during tlio past year or two ha had the distinction of being the larg est. While tiitsc monster loromot!ve3 have In n way ccaci-il to excite Eiir rrlse. tli-.ne J'Sot reeelved hy the St. V,iVl road or. remarkable- In their (II ti.f nsloii?. Tor example, the diameter .f the ilrivltii? wheels Is eltihly-four rl.d ono-fnurtli 1 1 ( ii 's , or ou"-fo'.irt!i of An l.icil (Ar prvon feet, l-'ollowing 1.4 a li'flinh al (loscrintiou if the new giant: Diameter ,f driving wheel, M'( Inches. tliunicltr of compound cylludcr, j and Iti iit'liri. Stroke of cylinders, 28 Itichca. Total length o! engine, CS f...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 26 December 1901

THE MESSAGE ;;;;; y ripMf" 7,r THURSDAY, DEC. 2(5. 1901 In The Kabrlch Building. Ti-rm of Subxrription: Oih- Yrar Six Months .vi Thrw Mcnitlis NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS iy Skljmer..V 'Z XoviT liner winter went her. Wood little kiiow grin-en old Mother Kurth. Harry flouseliolder purehased fifteen ear londs of corn to n)een- Inti! on. Mr. Knf" Hrnee wim in Mexico 'id.' f Mr is:. ; . rt iio' is siek ol r pi: d . .Mr. and Mr. F. L. Hrnce are in Moniteau county on a liitiinetn trip and visit. Miss Fannie Long is employed to teaeh out the unexpired term of (iatewood school. Miss Dawson, the former teacher, resigned on aeeouut of sickness. Win. Campbell has) taken the celebrated Thompson-Hollensville, via Skinner, mail route off Jim Yeajrer'n lunula. Mr. Campbell is a good one ns well as a good all round fellow. Jim Yenger still carries the Kowena mail. A number of our neighbors have butchered hogs lately, getting ready for a merry Christmas. The liethlehem meeting was poorly attended last 2nd Sun...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 January 1902

Missouri Message. VOLUME III. MEXICO. AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. 1902. NUMBER 9 Mexico FIRE AT STURGEON. Omar D.Gray's Leader Office One of the Losses. Sturgeon, Mo., Dec. 29. Fire early this morning destroyed four brick buildings in which were the office of Oninr D. Gray, Lender; postofftee, J. V. Puletts's harness shop, the New Century Telephone company, W. W. Boulton's photo graph gallery, L. E. Crawford's racket stoie, Velpo ToIsoii'b barber shop; Dr. A. It. McComas, Physi cian, Thomas M. Skoggs, real es tate. The loss is estimated at $15,000. The insurance is $4,000. Dr. Porter's Hard Lines. Jerseyville. 111., Dec. 27. lu a Christmas letter published in the Jersey County Democrat, Dr. J.J. Porter, a Kentucky Democrat, for eight years pastor of the First Baptist church of this city, and now pastor of the First Baptist ehurch'of Mexico, Mo., says: "You will forgive me if I tell you that the hardest thing I have to do is to be. a Missouri Democrat, after the ma...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 1 !)()'-' PuMislifiWKvfry Thursday. Jolin Real, Editor and Proprietor, Lnturud ul thg t'uatofUcv nt .lclco, Mo., ii'tutid-chu nmUiT. A Solid Front. That was h brief but apparent ly most harmonious con vent ion ft' l)enicrats in St. Louis this week. Every county in the State was represent I'd mid mi ad dress to tin- Missouri Demon acy was uiianiinotisly adopted. The nddress endorses nil Democratic administrations, "renewing un Hhakcn adherence to the (treat principles of Democracy as entin eiated in onr latest national and Stats platforms." This ought, to he pleasing to the friends of Mr. Bryan, for of course the endorse ment includes the Kansas City platform. After exhaustive reference to the period of Republican misrule in Missouri, in striking contrast to that indefensible record, the ad dress then points with proud satis faction to the splendid record of the Missouri Democracy. The following are quotations from the address : "We have lightened the burde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 2. 190-J I R HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. 55 Write it 1902. Audrain Circuit Court convenes the 20th of this mouth. 13oru, to Nat Monis and wife, near this city, a daughter. The Soltz stock of goods hus been moved buck to St. Louis. Messages will bo flushed across the English Channel by wireless telegraph. One case of Binnllpox in this town. Strict quarantine and no danger of spread is feared. Following the new-old custom, n number of Mexieaus watched the old year out Tuesday night. Helen Plunked, interesting lit tle daughter of J VV. Plunkctt, is better ufter quite a trying illness. Smallpox in the locality of Lud donin and also in the vicinity of Hutchison, north of thut town. The remains of Mrs. Thomas Doty, who died in St. Louis this week, were brought here for burial yesterday. Miss Jessie Green, daughter of Rowland Green of the C. & A., is the new stenographer for Cullen and Rodgers. A goodly delegation of Demo crats from this county attended the State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 2 January 1902

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JAN. 2. 1902 InTheKabrlch Building. 2rm vf Sulncription: Onv Your U.uu 81 MmitliK M Thru- Months si A NEW STEP. Foreigners Imitating Usage in nn'llllnols Town. Detlin, Dec. 20. Enrly in thi ne w year, women prominent in Herman literary and philanthropic eircles will inaugurate a movement for tin' foundation of n house keeping union modeled on the pliin in operation lit Kvaston, 111. The Indies assert thnt individunl housekeeping is irrational in an age when the number of women engaged in professional and coin nieieial occupation is rapidly in creasing. It is proposed to institute great central kitchens and laundries, and to maintain huge staffs of janitors and chambermaids, with the inten tion of relieving members of the union of the exasperation and worry of -ordinary housekeeping. Miss Lilly llraun, the author of the movement, said: "Centralization of housekeeping is as necessary a feature of modern life as combination, which is now recognized as an indispens...

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