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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

JAsl?,Daj&TmvCo. Q % f JT{?W|ift ? J? rtrt U?Av N? *H*? N? I Have a full Hue of (|\I I, M^., jlM. 1/ I MM 1/ 1^ jCS J2L /^/ It/ t]M ]L Jfl^ 1/JK/ So far line been a grand euc- 9 Fn*h ftwien ^ ?*? * AP*'*'* ~E3 I < ???T SflB2'' ' .* Everyhody^weet ., ,h. I gtfM ^ _ ^1 ^T Bargain :- Tables I i,arm ohio vatonsolibateb tfw W% II'/gf /wwI QTTnuomHo*. i? lano ^ opwwiyon Seed Potatoes. YYJI'JI'WJI^jl' SATURDAY. I all at lowest rRicEs. c7^ ' JobostoD, Day & Terry Co. I i jy'' "*' ' * I VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, INARCH 28, 1907. NUMBER 44 I AFFAIRS AT jbfe fASMNGTON. . 5 An Interesting Ku<l??t ?w News From The N?tlOh*?V (k'rom our rc*uiar correspondent.) WA8HIMGTOX, I). C., ") March 20, .1007. J Tlio Central American War. The war in Central America is a serious subject of many conferences at the State Department between Secretary Root. Mr. Creel, the Mexican Ambassador, and the Latin American diplomatists,and it would not be surprisin...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

\ y 7 W HT@lk? ^?y T? (giKDifa? jHMfMyiS? ^ Arbuckles* . ARIOSA comes in + ^j[ one pound packages onb'? sealed for your / * protection to insure your I ' 0 getting the genuine oldP fashioned Arbucklcs* ARIOSA Coffee everytimc. Be real angry if they send you a substitute, which is not as good and may in time ruin your digestion and nerves. Corn- v.*Vi a '? . ptirr-vn'.i of the National Pure Fuud Law. CuaunUcc N j. -041, filed at Wttbin^tca. T?r /PENNSYLVANIA BRANCH I Of Tlie Shut In-Snciety. The Shut-in Society was organized in New York City in 1877, its hiiu being to extend comfort ami relief to those chronically HI. The Pennsylvania Hranch, organized iu 1002. has charce of the work of the Society in Pennsylvania. Virginia and West Virginia. A w it A i. nrt/c n w uuudi/no Associate Members (Active Members) ...fl 00 Associate Members, State Duos 25 Subscribers 1 00 Shut ills 50 If unable to pay, the Shut-ins may be placed on the free list. All members receive Tftc Open Window, the ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

? : ? For Bronchitis bHl Jn Take VINOL It lioftlfl t.Vio VirnnnViiol Inline and remedies the cough For centuries old-fashioned cod liver oil has been prescribed by physicians tlio world over for coughs, bronchitis, weak lungs and consumption, but many could not take it on account of its useless ilshy oil. Anyone can take our delicious cod liver preparation, Vlnol, which contains all the medicinal and curative elements of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods' livers, but no oil, and wherever old-fashioned cod liver oil or emulsions would do good, Vinol will do far more good. Try it on our guarantee. W. B. Dillard Drug Co, Jamestown Exposition lllllldillgH. The Hall of Congress: 230 feet long and 100 feet wide, with wings 02 feet wide. Auditorium: 150 x 250foet. \1Z?Z i 1.-11 - IV .1. .wiumg aim aieiauurgy mmuing: 100 x 250 feet. Smelter: 50 x 100 feet. Manufacturers' and Liberal Arts' Palace: 280 x 550 feet. Machiuery and Transportation Palace: 280 x 550 foot. States' Exhibit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

_4 M $imes-|Ug PUBLISHED BVBKT THUKSI Salem Printing and C. D. DSNII W. W. McCLUNO. 0 Subscripts One Year . Nine Month* Six Months . i Three Months ...... PHO N E WAS ON THE WRONG SIDE. A West Virginia excnange noieu the fact that "while Hon. John G. Carlisle, of counsel for West Virginia, was arguing the demurrer in the Virginia debt case before the United States Supreme Court last week, he was plied by members of the court with many questions which seemed to indicate a decided leaning of the Justices to the Virginia side of the case. Many who heard Mr. Carlisle's speech say it was disappointing." Naturally so, too, for Mr. Carlisle was on the wrong side of the case. His positiou reminds us of the lady who went to the photographer to have her "beauty struck," and who declined to take the pictures when t HV J ? Civ VVIUJHV.VW vvv???wv were not pretty; which forced t he artist to remind her that it was not possible to make a pretty picture from such an ngly subject. Able us is Mr. Ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

The Taking, I Cold Habit The old cold goes; anew one quickly comes. .'It's?the story ' of a "weak throat, weik lungs, a tendency to .consumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral breaks upthe taking-cold habit. It strengthens, soothes, heals. Ask your doctor about it. The boot kind ot m, testimonial ? "Sold tor OTsr sixty yews." M aua?bv J.C. lT?rCo.,tow?ll, Xoao. dB AIM nuoSelanra Of /4 . ' SAtSARARILLA. i?yers^.^ Wo hove no oocrcto t We pablUh thoTormuloo of oil oar medloineo. 1/r.or. tk. kflU..l...n..l..?.uu ! . uviiuio ivKuiai mm bibr s Pills, lust one cTll each night. Millinery Opening. I have to announce to the ladies that it has never before been uiy privilege to present such an irresistably charming array of high-class millinery as that which will bo shown in my parlors at my opening which will be helil March 28th, 20th, and 30th. Mits. F, 0, WKBBKR, 3 21 07 2t The Salem Milliner. FOR SALE. The Jacob Parrish property, on North side of East Main street in Salem. This property consists ...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

R?, ;i V <> W. C. TJ. COLUMN tl'FICKUS KilXM W. T. I*. President.?Mrs. Mlniaii ilubls Day. V'OO-l'reslduuta.? Mf.i. I. M. Lth1, Mrs. A. N. Ilrown. Mrs. Julia strolieoker, Mis. M. It ! Moore, Mrs. W. I!. Koblnsoii. Kceordlng Sei'retury.-MUH Mary Strickland. Uorrospon Unit secretary. Mrs. W. I>. Wliltesearver. Kernuson. / Treasurer.?Mr*. XV. 1!. Dlltard. Siiltrrlnlrnitriit* ??f I>?|>nrtmonl*. Rvanrtollsra anil Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Obenchaln. Florence Crlttciitoti llaiiu1. ? Mrs. K. It. M<xire. Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy <litively Stevens. iPlower Mission.--Mrs. W, It. Whitosc.irver. Work among Soldiers an 1 sailors ?Mrs. li. F. Moyor. Social Meetings and Rod Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Wnltosell. Hun.lay Seliool.?Mrs. J. T. Petin. Literature?Mrs. F. S. Campbell. |Tiik Timks-Kkoistkk asi> Sentinel. at their request, lias placed a column at the disposal of the earnest aud faithful women of the *V. O. T. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

1 A Cordial Invitation Is extended ALL SOUTHERNERS to vlxit The JELL-O Booth at the Jamestown Exposition Located in Food Prodncta Building at en* trance to Horticult ural Court. We have provided a spacious Beet Boom especially for your convenience, where you may meet friends, write letters, read your luvonio mngur.ino, etc., etc. Our demonstrator* will bo glad to serv? you with JELL-O, the dainty dossert, and he Cream mude from JiUi-O IOE CUE AM Powder, free, and exploiu how easily they can be prepared for the table. The Genesee Pure Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y. HARRIMAN AT CLOSE RANGE E. H. Harriman is described and interpreted in the April American Magazine. Following 1 is a view of the man at close range: "He is not, in person, an appalling figure?nothing like the steely-eyed and pauther-limbed heroes that were the subjects of Tom Lawson's twice-told talos. He is short of stature but by no means tho frail creature that the more enthusiastic Harrimanoclasts have pictured. It would make...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 28 March 1907

'% h # THE FAMILY CIRCLE. J a S9ME CRUDETHOUGHTS?PLEAS- 1 ANT EVENING REVERIES. I a >V. C?Itim<i l><Mlieat??l to Tired j >I->!U?rs us 1 in\v iiuiu The Home Circle. y ( Co ir:- u?? espouse loss that ^ makes the home more delightful. j f We are happy in this world | just in proportion as .we make < others happy. I W . u the last word is lively J to be au unkind cue, let some one o' >.* say if. il arriage seems ueyor so much u failure to a man as when ttimething goes wrong at homo that he can't possibly blame his wife for. I Tli i kind of religion that tells in the long ruu is th* kind that i tiover howls aud growls because there is no pud ling ou wash day. 8<?:ne men say they are perfectly willing to spend their whole lives iu making their wivrfs happy. but they dou't spend any nion-'v tor the same purpose. The ho lsewife who at night raises the shades <>!.' her pre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

A-f- ' ..... * MP" ' > ty ^AWSaXjew ?lme^ ?'jRMi$fet FMi <MdH Ms- G*'**'"* +++ -- ? ***2 ' .****19?**?'*' gtE's It XI/best the lUHrkets ? ITonl. We 4 y _ want It dlsrloe'ly iiiiiIcih'oo I u i ui y iinnii' that it is no t rouble, bur h ?i'RH?4HK? ^ 1-v , V L^^ 4A'*2a4^aI _ tSTS'SMSS STt, bakm OHIO V&lon&ohOateb |(T It'll 1 /1l iHl g^ I lirtouemLer Ki laos ^ baroain counter for Seed Potatoes. /^J? IV*\ %\K\ *iOV" b?x SATURDAY. all at lowest PRKEs. i <-/ JobiisliD, Diy & Terry ft. VOLUME 41. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1907. NUMBER 45 . ' I TIMELY TOPICS. Interesting Items of National News for Busy Headers. The Chicago millionaire who last winter, offered to make a bond of one hundred uullious of dollars and to take charge of the Post Office Department, reduce letter postuge to one cent, and to give tne country a better service than it has ever had, and to maie'over to the government all tne earnings above sev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

) PHYSICIANS DISAGREE. l>i lie rent Opinions on Cooper's ltciiiurkaldo Success Held by Cincinnati Medical Men. Cincinnati, O., April 3.?The astonishing sale of Cooper's preparations in this city has now reached such immense figures that the medical fraternity at large have become forced into discussion of the man and his preparations. The physicians as a whole seem to be divided with regard to the young man's success in flinninoof i uo Knim* to i 11 i n rv viuviuiiuvi ovmv KSKJ 111^ " tiling , to credit him for what ho has accomplished, while others assert that the interest he has aroused is but a passing fad which cannot last, and which will die out as quickly as it has sprung up. The opiuion of those two factions is very well voiced in tho statements made recently by two of a number of physicians who were interviewed on tho subject. Dr. J. E. Carass, when questioned about the matter, said:? ' I have not been a believer in I r>netary preparations heretofore no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

Weak Lungs BH ^^gRn NeedVINOL Its cod liver oil elements heal and strengthen the lungs Many people Inherit weak lungs which are likely to be attacked by consumption. So also are lungs weakened by disease or by a stubborn hacking cough. Vinol, which is a real cod liver preparation with all the useless oil eliminated and tonic iron added, strengthens v?ak lungs :md gives one the power to throw oft wasting diseases. "We ask every person suffering I from weak lungs, stubborn hacking coughs or any wasting disease to try Vlnol on our guarantee. W. B. Dillard Drug Co, I THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEASANT EVENING REVERIES. A Co I urn ti Dedicated to Tired Mothers ax They .loin The Home Circle. ITHE SWEETEST WORDS. "What are the sweetest words that fall Upon the listeuini; ear, That come like ecvoe from above The fainting soul to cheer? They stand for types of highest blUs To erring mortals giveu; We find all comfort, hope and peice I i Mother, Home and Heaven They >&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

I 4 JStalcnt PUBLISHED EVBKY THURS Salem Printing and C. D. DEN1 W. W. MoCLUNU. 1 Subscripti i On? Year Nine Month? ...... Six Mouth? Three Mouth? PHONI AS TO DELIXQIENT TAX SALES, j In another co'utnn today will be I found reproducea an order entered by Judge W. W. Moffett, in the Cir- j cuit vJourt on Monday, with reter-1 once to the recent sale of lots of land by the treasurer in conformity with an act passed by the last legislature, which is of great interest, not only to property owners, but to the purchasers of delinquent lots at the tax sale. Realizing that injustice might be done to property owners by a confirmation of the treasurer's report at this term, since most of * the property involved has changed Lands repeatedly since it lirst became delinquent in the name of the original owners; that there might be errors in the report certified to the treasurer, that there may also be instances of improper or double as Bessments, which would hereafter work hardships in beclouding ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

J t We Trust I Doctors I If you are suffering from impure blood, thin blood, de- ! bility, nervousness, exhaustion, you should begin at once < with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the | Sarsaparilla you have Known J all your life.' Your doctor 1 knows it, too. Ask him about it. , t'nlcss tlicro I* dslly notion of tho bowdli, * poisonous products are absorbed. causing lipail actio, biliousness nausea. dyspepsia, and tint* preventing tlio Sarsaparilla from dotng its best wink. Avcr's l'llls ure llvor pills. Act gently, all vcfstsbl*. , A Msdo by J. O. Ayor Co.. Z.ow*I1. Kui. jfm Also manufacturers of jC-M 9 HAIR VIQOM. X ?9]*^ AtiUK Ot'RE. r? -? ? V Vllt.KKI IXklUWI.. | ] W# tam bo icertU ! Wo publloh 1 ^^lb^rnul?^f?llouijn?41clnM^^I They Cot the License. On Tuesday Mr. Harvey G. Hundley , and Mies Rosa Lee Yates, both of Red Hill, thl-t county, applied io per- ' son at the Clerk1* office for a niarri- ' age license. Both were minors, but the prospective groom had parental consent, wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

I W. C. T. U. COLUMN! nrri< ?;kh h ti.r.i w.c.T. r. '?r??lilenf.-Mr!t. Mtmali llolibs Day. * Vies-l?r? ' J.'H-. . ?M-s. I. M. Jaw. Mrs. A. N. I II -own. Mr*. .lull i stroliecker, Mrs. K. H Moore, Mrs. W. H. Itobltisoii. tteeonllu* Secretary. MUs Mar.v Strickland. Corresootrlinit secretary. Mis. W. II. White- 1 si'trvsr. Ferguson. , Treasurer.? Mrs. w. II. Olltard. Ns|ti>rlnl?'iiili'lll< of l)s|?:irlnieitf >. Evangelism ainl Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. . ii'eu'hsln. Florence Crltteiiton Homo. ? Mrs. E. II. Moore. Msdal Contests. -.Mrs. I.u.'v Ontvely Steven-. ? Flower Mission.?Mrs. w. it. wiiitesearver. vW.trk n-ni.-.ir ,m.KiHnM-Vr, C ! ' Moyer. SorOitl M<-i>tinir? titul Heil l.i'tt.'r Day.?Miss Wnitesvll. Sunday Scliuol. Mr*. J.T. 1'i'nii. Literature Mrs. K. S. Campbell. There was no meeting of Salem Union last Thursday?the; president and secretary only being present; they, under the1 constitution, do not constitute a quoru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

???? (Qiiwd to Eat HtuV'-cWby avoryono likoe Jeii-O THE D AINTY DESSERT Ul!>fM?v44 fojrJ'wo Foed ComuitiMlonor*.) Jgapdly -Prepared.?Simply add UOiliug water ui*l let cool. FVrnw* Lemon, Orange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Chocolate, Cherry, Pencil. JOt j*er package, enough for large fumih . at AJ1 growers. '-Uluslrated I \ ilt^clpe Book '' * (tehest award at y/BBBBBS/ ? # I'^positions. TlK.trtMsei^rare loedto^UJloy. N. r. his imyctm Tlie Happy Way a Youug^Fel low G?t A.(if|tu?UU?4l At Nunw. How a young fellow?who had got into the haWt spending all his evenings away from home was brought to hia senses is related in the Ba^tiist Com, mon wealth: t One afternoon his father, game to him and aeked him if <ho had any engagement for the evening. The young man had ?:ot. "Well, I'd like to have ,?you go souiewhere with rae" '\AJL-right," said he. "Whoro . shall, L fleet you?" The root of the story i? in tlio \young man's own words. "He suggested the Columbia motel at half p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 4 April 1907

' * '(I). # AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON. An I i?tt?rest Inn Kililui'l i?l News Prom Tin1 Nation's Capital. ? Kr *ni tiur rojyi ir t* irr^sjioudont.) Washington. I>. C., "1 April 2, 11)07. J l ..f |l>.> Prociil.ml i ur J i iDU'i^ .*** i'" *- ' are waiting with anxiety for the aunouucement as to whether he will or will not speak on the rai'roid q icsti m at Springfield, Olio, or at th ? .! i :i sto-vn ?xp nit ion. His advisors are divided in their conviction as to the policy of such ;ei address, hut they agree that if he is goi tig to give his views to the public the sooner he does it the better. Ho is being implored by hundreds of people who Imve pecuniary interests at stake to say a reassuriug word, aud it i<known that Secret iry Corlelyou, who at first advised hi ? not to speak on the subject, has chauged his views and is now -coming around to the opinion that such an al iress might I e useful in allayiug the unen-i ness which is felt in indust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

- Rioter ^MHMBBnsaiai^V I ? 32 ?1 H ID83 Lowi-Ht po88iJ)l? pricen connlBt*-ut with k'Aurv urtnv ,4hk- qualities. We cnu lit the loojr. *lhu k i! h'h \ \' k h i .*. M a. . II man or the short, thick tuau, or any ' SeeJ^'lPotatoes.| ^jCtltttXtl ~*m'~ * ""* ALL AT LOWEST PRK'ES. y JotlDStOIl, D^ (5 TeNy CO. VOLUME 4?! SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1907. NUMBER 46~ ? ? ??? i ??? ??wmmmmmammm??????? ??????????? ? i ???? ? MAKES FINE REPORT. State Penitentiary, Under Supt. Morgan, Makes Excellent Showing. We are iu receipt of a copy of the annual report of the State penitentiary for the past year, which makes a splendid exhibit for the institution since our countyman, Mr. E. F. Morgan, became its superintendent, /*Ji- ^ and his friends will be gratified to . ^ see that the Board of Directors ^ hWPtily commend his administration, and go to the extent of recommending an increase in his salary. The report shows that the net earnings of the penitentiary for the last fiscal year reached...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

1 AFFAIRS AT : WASHINGTON. An Interesting liuilKet of Newx From The Nation's Capital. (Krom our roiruiar correspondent.) Washington, 1). C., 1 April 8, 11)07. J Presidential candidacy politics have been seething in Washington this week. It is quite nat* ? i r __ : .i i > 4^ urut lur rrwiuuut iwubuvuiii tu assume to dictate the nominee to the next Presidency, lie has been elected to his present ottice by an unparalleled majority and it is widely conceded that he is more popular uow than when he was elected. The desire that he shall run again is well nigh universal. So great is the aspiration of the people for another term of Roosevelt that they refuse to believe his positive, oft iterated assertion that he will retire at the end of the present term. Knowing this fooling as ho does he cannot doubt its meaning and it is nothing more than reasonable for him to assume that since he cannot ful fll a uuiversal wish by accepting the office In person, ho can at least name a proxy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

HEROES Of 1906. Statistics ot u Drop of Which This Country is Croud. i The crop of American heroes for 1000 was a bumper oue. Be- , ginning with the Life Saving , Service, a writer in the World's Work gives some figures which stir one's faith iu human nature , to an agreeable thrill of admiration. During the twelve mouths ending Juno 30, 1000, 305 vessels flew the sitrnal of distress within . sight of our coasts. That is one disaster for every day iu the , year. ] Of 4,089 persous whose lives were thus jeopardized, by ship- | wreck and fire, iu summer gales and winter blizzards, all but 27 were saved by the serviceFurthermore, 424 smaller craft were aided, containing 955 persons, only ten of1 whom were lost. During the year 190G nine j members of the New York Fire j Department were killed and 150 injured. Fortunately not all the heroes of the department were killed or injured, as these , figures do not coverthe question. From the beginning of the operation of the Carnegie Hero , Fun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 11 April 1907

4 ^alcrn Sautes-gUii IT IM.ISII KI> KVEKY THDH8 Salem Frinl.ing and C. I). I)KNI W. W. McCLUNU. I Subseripti Oue Year Nine Mouths Six Months ...... Three Mouths PHONI THE PRESIDENT'S ATTITUDE. Now that Wall Street or the stock market has apparently stopped buck- J ing, or at least is temporarily over its rampage, the 1'resident has made his long looked for announcement with reference to^the situation, and this announcement is to the effect that he has nothing new to announce. .In a letter to Mr. Smith, President of the Illinois Business Association, he declined to make a speech at Springfield, mainly for the reason . that he had nothing new to say, but enclosed marked copies of speeches made in October and November, 100G, with bis latest messages to Congress also marked. Some of these marked ! paragraphs it may be well to quote: "I do not believe in Government ownership cf anything which can I with propriety be left in private bauds, and 1 should most strenuously ' object...

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