Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 18, 1908 · Page 3
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For Three Blpymw'-^rM^y, Saturdsty and IHItm • ' • ' ' • —i— At ihim iliriB wo plaoB on oaief our oniiro iino ofTablo Unons, Napklnm, anei pur fu/i lino of Llnon PioGoo. 25c Table Linen, special price 35c Table Linen, special price 60c Table Linen, special price 65c Table LineH, special price $1.00 Table Linen, special price $ i .25 Table Linen, special price 25 per cent disconnt on all Napkins and Linen Pieces. Tiiree days only—Friday- Saturday and Monday. See our Window Display 19e .27o 47o 8Bo 97o Speolal ThankmgMng 8alo otLaiUoa% and Ghlldron'a Goaio y 50 inch semi-fitted Coate, handsomely tailored, of best black Kersey, eleifantlv trimmed, BIBBUO ' 50 incli iu same style in Hue Imported Broadcloth $t8,00 52 inch Ivojpirc C)ats, all wool Kersey at ...;$12 .eO 52 iuch Hiupirc Coalf, fiue imported Broadcloth 52 inch Empire Coats, come in blue, brown and gray .stnpc, finely tailnred vitb same cloih .'StOsiiO 50 incb seiui-fltted Empire style, handsomely trimmed with silk brwids, .silk vclvtt and button?. Cheap at $lOO(J,_on salt 50 inch black Kersey Coat, trimmid with silk braids, silk velvet and bntto^, the best vainc we have ever shown, 6ix sale 08»OO Misses' and Jttuior cloth Coats in every new style, handsomely tailored and trimmed in a wide range of prices, from 112.50 down to S3^78 l.'.O Hearakin Coat5, iu white, gray, blue, red and browns, from $2.00, rnn- ning into the larger sizes up to. 08BOO \Vc pride ourselves iu saying we will show y.-^u as fine a line of Cloaks as you will find in auy.city store. Special Thanksgiving Sale of Millinery Our mid winter showing is now at its "best. Here you will find everything pretty for Thanksp:iving—beautiful large flat ef- ects, trimmed in plums, roses and foliage. Our Miss Crockett and assistants are trimming up some of the prettiest things we . ha^ye ever shown. Prices ranging fram^SS.SO to S7.50, If you are after a pretty Hat, one that iB chic and up to the miniite with style, you should visit 113 tast riadison RICHARDSON'S 113 East iUadisqii ABOUT THE VOTES :,, .1 III...' :;-il.. ui.: / XnU'rs Uiclatiii:.'' ( liuici' :>i I Sia)«-s Sc:iiiJ»r <•> (HIHT :J7.'«.I:I:II. T!i..- Km Ciiv ,!.••:;...; .... . Toptka. .V 'lV. — iCriii. M -ut the s|i<;<-ia'. •.• Mil.:; i,:" !.. rl.-i.;, I'JS voN^r .s Ti. il'<-i:ti<- Id 'l;i- i.-l" • "T.".. ' 'JuO VOUT.S 111' t!i'' .s;;i;r- who t!'i.!ii- iir\; i fnuctl S:at..- .-i.iti' 6i rallied to im /a-" ai;ar.~is i.n, i-- v. i'i:i.. tJii; fi^'uros sIiiiA It! iji- coiiteit .1. Bii.-r.jw cnrrit-ii iiiinr)- olie distric!.-. ai::'. .S'-i;a:(;i- i.';:;^' r'-i- cmy-four. I: muk ti'--ii'v-;!iri i> to cu.: Mi)I. Tims i;ri>ti,w /•.•^•r:- i ; i M. - <-<i'ti-i' - •;^r;:i c...... i > i! i.i .jy. Ji!iii;ai> ia-,v. TIl 'ii^ Wi;..' !.:!:•• (jii . ... , r:.iic whldi 111- on y t i, l-;.; irarv.;.. M; Ha! |,. r. |. T !i -Wi; «:• '.i:-. • : I '•'<•: V. ii' : ..'"i ; i l'llllt !?;i- ('1 Jll ili:-': 'ii,,!! '1 ; woiilil liav.' fiiaiilcil ly.ii.; in li. , iinv In I'ljjlit iif tin (iHMJii .nd "i;-' Li .'d fill' lljlilll II!" (/..I 'til-Knv Ir. iii:i VDlf. .\ I 'i.iiini- I .I' Ijs M;:I-. iil '.l li.T .ir •••ivi -u l.nin: .lil niliir i-n'llilli -J'. wiilcll UiMllil 111'.;' I n i; riillii-.'-iif •.) Will hlni ilii- iiii;:i'ii;iilii::. ,T !i''iI'f 'irv VI Ul- i.i lili .!4i' ll!..i> CI,;;.]!!. .Ill' rial!.' (Ili-i.!.'!." . I.I I. • III •lalu wild 'luir . r.ii'.i :\nii I..- I"iKuriim I'll a IKI-IM <I( iii 'ii:iii . ni 'lie k'SlJila'iin-. llilr;y-i\M> K'.'DUlili- rau-s an- diriaiiu;? fo llic oih'". <:i-^hu- .six ICl 'p'l''"'ailr' .'HUI fill '.I --IM il l>c.i!Ocral.-i wild till- .-'.r;a")r .-h :i.': he. Eliminating the Dcinocratic vouj fOtlrely. thirty-two Republl^Ub wiil force eighty-six Hi.'pbblicaut, ai/Hli.iJt ftifir nioixtai [lrolr^'. ti) -mr! !*.ii-ti... u!>') i--' r .'ii I 'll.i'l.- i.f !/.•• I '.'ii • >-I •.» (. cjiiiy. Tllc> Itfji-iblicaiir I.avi. ll> lii< llllJ•.•.-^ of i>i)lh liDiirii 's ii!i Jdiui baiio'. Ol these, {-.fii-c:! > >.!::it<.: .5 amj llilrtj-.il;: repi ••fii ::ir:«tii. s \i.t;-- iii.-.tvi;c :i 'd fur I.oii;,' at ill*' |i: iii;.u; iiiin 't.-;) ~» •titers ;in(l fu'• ••-I'.u'.r !-;)ri-.- -M '.i'r. ••- Wfi..' !iul. tir:.-.I fi .i- Uri ^Tov.-. Of '-H r::r .i .!<-en r .ri.stmv ^'au- fi'uatiirs. niuu r.{ ihcru t,.r.-i-'iia ;y wvre Li^iis sap- porters and of tJi-r fortv-eigljt Bri^tow- .•••^prescntative!-. n^•enty-.^i.x personally wfre Lons puprcrters. in oilier words nine Long .senaton! and iwc -n'^Lin?: iP5iri »!:»n::i:iv- were iiomiiiated at I'l-- iiriij.-ir;.. !iii: 'icd "1' pj'li liri^idw ill^t riictori^. U>?- ductiutr tlii.'i-c' fr<j:(; Hris:owV total aud il .-liows that cv.'.y ten uri^iiiul IJria- toft supiKjrters »i-re ••nfied to tS^ :-enate aud tweuiy-f.vo viiu ^fna! Oris- row siiiiporic;*- . l <;c;ed lo th'.- houic luakinc a total of thirty-! v.o orliinal Uribtow men, all told, in botii hourcf. Totlus tndcr riott^t. Tlius. If the coniitiutlonal njetiiod of selectln'.; senators were *tili ii! vogu? in Kausas. Brittow wonld go lu v^ilb only iblrty-two votes. Evin if tiie iu- ^tructionji by legislative dl£trl(?ts were blndlns. Uid counUng all the Lonr •Kn .that weic Instructed by their re- spef5^» districts for Brisiow, stU. I '.ri-:.:'.'. V..:.'.! li.iVi- .-.iAi.'. fii VI.;.• I .1 j \.r I • i'il'T' ;i • .V : ;.-vi. ; • liy.,': -i- -'V!; • > :. •;! :: ;. I::: a^ K - "I- •• I -i-i' '"if ... . . i- : ::!'-lli:il i;:-ii!i;; • •:' . ; • 'i vl^- ! • I. I. .. ' •'• .1:.; '. i-'i.- r. .• .N'I-;:!-.V. ii.i;a.i.." ' HIMIHI . fi..r im iiinral ' !V. ;i.-; I 'l.-- il Ilia;; :•)•. idia'" l|;i> 'I 'r- M •:\ I- :••! <-ii;.?• :• n!ii.ii. ••)••:•. ;•!• y will liki-iv v ..ri. f-i; l;.-.;i v\ ji.-- Ii;.' fir two n^a.-nas; !"i '•.111-.' :';i- i;.i.-''nv niijiiior"-l'^ I- • ;: .V .V aiii i-ii i: liiii:. ci.iai. 1 |. ii:'- i-idiv lina wiiir ',; • |ii ill !; .-11 lilu. i'.:\.-.;d *V W ill :•) -rami l'.- t >!X y .-n , lii .r .ce A I. . . • .11 > 1 \|' -^I Id -I-" hi- : ( al|i." l:ii:ii! "I'arJ} Ttranii)." Ill' i';"ii:':; law. tiii I '.ir :;i l-,..'-- !•> llli' <•:• it'.ci!i ol' t'llitl-il .-ii.irf. : • 1.-. J- • i •.iolaUiiii nf ilir d. il'.' li-di; I, ii.ii «iliiiiii.ii, is •II' :.• Ill i.'l l.iu.\i:'.-. -.lid a liiuli ju- liii;i! iill:iil- Idij.n. 'I'.!.! lll<-ri. i> ill. •rui l> 111 ill' ellllll^. Il I - - jiiiil;. a .1 if I :u • \ III .11111... and mily llie II 11. :. ' i u-i.vi -an V. ipi' il (iiil. • IN ROOMING HOUSE ST(H,K> sri.KS \M) 11 i;s KM .M» l .:'Mil |adr il III Ct)!."!' a 'l'! .teeiiMtl i'olire Oilieir ^Vei-'ueii. '11. Jf.i: K.\>,»iA.s. :;> ; .>i(j.uo.\s. ooooooooooooooooo o o ri-. M;.;,- lii.:i(..rV KvtiiMiUev tor H.f © U)DIIIrtN.\l, SlUtUl SI«MtrK.S.O .i\. 1 .'-ral. \<ar .\re l.'iaih. ^ ooooooooooooooooo Appointed a Guardian. [ .Xft' r a Ii-arin;.- in ;.ri>l)at'- cii'ir? < till.- liiuniiiij;, ,tud^'- -1. U. Suiith i "«»!iui! iliai .1 ui;.i.(li.ia ^i.i.iiil.I ai..;o .tiK. Ui i .d^. al-r ill-- ...•<•. I t.i- (if .Mice .Mill). :i la-iy al -i >':i !.^ yc-jrs ol <iri.'. w'lio iiv- s ^uiil :\vcFt of iliim- boiilt. |-J; ;•!. ;i--- -.vy^ ii:tr <;iltir..-;! sL'o«- i]-p rl;.!« ;:'r.- v a.- iiea^^a' I-"- of looking afii. r lii-r atl'air?. K, u. MUST ma -.1 i\,i--. Nov. I.''—.I..1111-- .^l aiiili'r.'. iiiiiil-- iiji idili;;. Il- i->...' ai-i t"-ii' TJwrs .\rp Slronircr Than E*er This Yiiir—Foot Ball Uame to lie • lii. Ii 1. lii- li'-.'. (.iJUiiMii .tl '.villi itie an- ii;..:f,i! luiiiiiio < 'Vt -r all ji. Til COUNTRY LIFERS START WEST. Oklahoma. Kanta< and Arkanta* Conditions to Bo Investigated. \r:i.-liia_*i.n. .\..\. Tin- <oiililr;.' lit'- 11 I' Miii.-iijii. »i ;iT ;• irtu .l" r of titinri lri 'i -iiMli -.l 111 III" ^tll ly of -^oii- •lliidii .i 111 una' .si 1 lion.-:, l.-fi Wa.ih- il :i ;i<)i' la ' it!'--ht nil a lour ti.ai will I 'Mi lul l.vici- .•leroB .i ll:e eontliii -iit. fnuii tlir ,\tlaiitlr to tlie I'acKie, ijj. rhi'iinn' a liiia] trip to the .SoUlIi. Till n--.\f !: arin-- will 1.- \i>'..l in 'i.!:i . TI . .N"-.'-ir'v r 2'% The loiii- -nl . lull v.iil 111- lilviilijj at ;rae.*aiin II- 10 .(•alii 'iji ':-i.-i. Nii'.'-lnl /'T .'111 (H)! .la.-:-- will vi-ii Orecoii. Washinston -111 t .Moii'atri. mill t' e other party Co!- ra -iii aii'l f^aii. I'oi;i iii'iellnz at Oaia- 'la oil 1> •'•••lull'r 1'. ami t.avelilic •hniir-ii 'Vli'iiiii .--<it.i. Wi.-icoii.'iin.' Illit; oi- .ii,.; j.'i '.v Yiir'n. .\gaiii ilKidilig. Ill h-. !ij):i v .ip Xnw l::n;,'Iani' :i:i-i 'l:-. lAlur tin- (iiilf states and .\r '•'at b;'.-,, (.Iklahoiiia. Kans.t^. eotielud- I.".;: a'j .TtJt til ii'id'lli: of H-.c> mU-.r. na »L- Ball lu Uaiana. Il.tvan.i. i^'ivv. 17.—iuinien.-.: .ijw] filvi.red tin- <":i.i-'ii::.-»ii ited-i i.! in- .Vaiii rill l .i -amie i4 |.;i'fe'>iotiaI lia!- i ini -. fri-tt' ill'' -tatn.-^. for !tfi -:T !ir- .1 H-\:'i!:; nim- Ii-• - J ^-ii -r- lay >,y ;-. .seor< of :: to I. I'ar^o!!-. Ki-; . .No., i^.—TI:' fiv ; lliO'i.-.ii:d lid!:!-. I'm til i.l" --il'v;. i' i :'i!d iii"iii-:- ;;i'-:-( iinai::.--' ^lo!-'l i'-•' liii- .S''•:ia1 -1 '.s i-iiir.- nil Siiiid.i'. lu-'. v.a.; : i.-i-u\ end n il.i.v in llic re' iu;; lidii.^e nf .'.Ji j. .1; :!U-.-. Tin- vvi - liliill ri;iiri'.>i il. ii;.;i!i(-:i';'i-; I'.iii! \V<-';- fieii. a ii(..ii-i. <-:riei v. :.i!(l f fn. • (-'loinjliley. WtiiL-e'i v as ;iiri-.-l-'; l.i, t .-rajit J. KKKP r«( .Ml (l.Ktih HISV. .Mr. < ullxrtitiin .Vnother I .i il' r Knini Tii\ roiiim!i >liMi. 1 I .-i.uo dei'ar:ii> a 'o a;..! JL-- tin . ,1.. fllnli^!!•>u li.-; iii>- iie.id of :-I: ill 1 aiiiiii-n! !'< 111'.' aiulUor niio !ii..n-.; I he ieed.|i|,ii..ida'i'i.'is fur a;.- i.i-i. ;-:a'. oiis :•) lli'j n. ;;i.-.|a'iiri . Mr. lUir i:r.tiutt »Vi-II. I .Ml. I>. " III Ii .im >'ii I 'V a fi!'ii 1)1\".!, TO sn < I;KI> ( Iiii:i;:e lu Ctiinniaiid ul' Troops at rhillppfntK. « KST(»>.'f!•"!'• :i M-.ifnilii late .\!"iiday evenli:;: I-.-: ri ^iiiir-' an v.ell a.- cuuid he- expcc'ed JI i «ri .!-ent. .Sprained Her Ankle. •,\Miiii.i;ii.'ii. .N> V 1-.-- iiaj'.r (leii-j .Mrs. Harry Grubbs sustained a se• : >\'. 1'. iJiivall ii'i- ir-n ?!•.•<-'-d to | vt. re .•sprain of the ankle yesterday ev- .(1 .,i .Majnr (;"a'-rai .Inliii K. Wes •|ii :i ri -mftiaiid Dl' trollp^ In ilu- I'liil- euin;; while atleiiiptin'.; to catch a hlcki-n. A phyrlclan was -uiiiinoned llli 'i.'.. Ceiieral Inivall i.i now i's-'rlsd r .'diKrd tli.- .',.rai:i and no a-r- M -:ai.' fliji'l' 'f tiaff a:;! 'v 111 prtibali-{Imi^ IIM:1I.- a:-i- .nn lei:>i'ied. Till Mall- i;'.\ I I'liiiiiis? Ida iiiai .a/' to lo' p till' ii.i;:il.\ ill .'Us 111'. 1. Ilv- rry li vv di.'.- ili'-y -i -ad .n Miiai f i: li't'i: iiiai Jai (oneeiiiln;: tln' op'-i .i; • •: of ilie la 'A'. .Mr. Cullierinon riTi -;vi'«l a ',1. I'l I yistfrda.e. .\ecnm|iiiiiyitiu' «i-"a iiiiiiHii r of lilalik.- in !'.• filed mi' -Mr. I iill /i 'i'i.-oii 1.-) t!)/llrlli^ll inldiiiM 'ion roniparitii.; the asfcesi-uieiit of thi- jear with that of last year. Th" t.:ix f-(.nuiii.«<ili.n will picseiit the data lo "lie le'^lhlaiiire lo ?hiiv.' li-iv i !ie l.iw i. •vorklii^ oiil. I > 1' - lUireci'itct! b> (.icin.nil Tlidiiia8 U. liiariy now In coininaiid of ilie .\iiicrl- eaii ainn in Cuba. iHiierul Weston ilicjte l'lilll |>iiliitn for home IX- (•••iiitii .-r l .-j'h. •NO POLITICAL TALKS.'—TAFT. THE SZECHENYI BABY BAPTIZED Corneli .1 Maria Alexandra Nandinc. the Name the Child Bcarj. Vi.i .iM. N'i\. 1---Tlu- iiiTaiit il.iiipli- '.I'- of (;oi!iite >rH S/.< rli<'::>;. foiiiiii'h Mis.- Glod.iii Vamlerbllt, ulio was Iwrii ()<.u,:,^v L"7. Vin bajifizti: to la;.at 'lii'r uiiHher '.-i Ii0 !iie. Ol n;f/n '•a-.r''". T'" i:i.ii'mon> >vj.- iM -irurm-jJ tlr iii->liop of llaali. 111. ilili! Kr... S-'-i: ola'is S;ei lien.', i. .tnd I in- < iiilil \. i- nnnicd Coriii.lia .Maria .Mi 'Min 'Ira .N'.i.n •liK'\ The g'ldfdtliLr i.-i i;oii;-t .^•'•.lili- <^n Szcchenyi, and tin.- t'odnio'le'r Countess 'Emmericli Sz'.'eiteny!. (Tiie Preildent-Eleet Left Cincinnati! Lait Night for Virginia. j ( iiicinnall. .Nov. 1S.—Wllliaia II. jTart left here last iiiicht for Hot rprin;;:'. Va.. iiiii> i -inliiii; tli- vi.Ut lo jl.ls homi' rity. I" lia%-j not seen a ; inri'ii'laii nor dl.^en.ii .el] any political ! ip;i >tlo!i sini nniins lure," said j .Mr. Taft hmt nl^hi. "I think I have i ;i 'i.ia'.ili-.hiil my purpose (n r-<.niin.' i;!)'-. wliif'i Ma .K .1 iK -rsonal bu-iin^Hs • lea'ti r in- wliii-li tln-r.r Is no [iii'jlie i ii::' ;•'•.•.! nor i-honld there lie." ;' .Mr. Ta.'r told his Cincinnati friends 'tli.it he would return to thio citr tvo tti-. i-- prior >'i h'- ilei>srtiirf for ttic- i:iai.^iiral ei-ii -nionl.-s in Warliin^loii. M' •itii'i iiCi from Ills home l.'-rr to tie- ji:i ;.i>.(! tie ii planning u trip to Cuba 'iiiiiy in Fi'liraary to attend the relin- iiiii.;! iiHi f of American authority ar.di ration ( IMP Ul.«mi>'«rd. The I'ntioii eawe whieli came up fur heuritm" ilil.s afiimoon in .liihUee K. G. Iloiiuh'.i ecuirf «iih dlHml .ssed upon paMui-ni ef Cue co.«ts liy th,. defendant. I 'aj (ur l.alr. ThiMi' hub been .MHUI' lllile de!aj iu liio' pay car for ihe .Mi-ieoiiri Paeilic this month. A^ent Hale btatcd this afternoon that the eiuployes hoped to wear a hniilc tomorrow. U. .Mi-Kurland, of Humlwldt. -xaxi a •msinii's \ib:tor In the city today. Chrlt Ritter it III. Chris Kilter was comp< Ihd to leave hia ofliee and go hom" this morning on account of tickueiif. 5Ir. Kltt^-r ••as been VI several days, being in bed p.irt of the time. ' Today ho thoti?ht he was well enough to goto •'is offloe, but on arriving there found I;e wa.s too weak to work. May Purchase Goods. _i Ceorce Ellis left t.*-.ib aftcrmx>a for iiui.i leni-t o. American au'...'.. — j j,^, ,,^,^1. U- w.I- look over I'"- - ""^L HtiK-K or Rroeerles anl .ho^s with view ro purchasing .Mnst He the -S|»«rf Edilor. • The diair.atic criti'' ef .'i paper in a county 'lot. far dintaai mu;-t I"' lUi. •jatH- liail .-diit;i hi meniiomn!: tliat "r. Hanfii 1.', tl:.- aitor. would ap.x.ar •:ere iii il:»' itax-f-iiead.' In- taid lanfi.id ii; the ""Bouehead." Medne«dMy ETenfng Lanch. The regular Wednesday evfenitg •inch a ad Bib'e class will be held ;t the T. M. C. A. this evenins- BRACELETS \\/ are .liiiiwmK Home nev.- in Hraceleio. If .vf.if are lookins fur t-uiueibiu? new. you will ffr.d iitir stuck 1 -|iia" !o i^i- i.-.a • -on. We Imko ple»aura in showing ow tfotls J. W. Coffey (Sb Son Stamp on Outside. Postmaster Spencer says that a iium- J bcr of thv patroQs of the ofltce stUl ! porBirt in placing stamps upon post cardii which are encloeed in transparent envelopes. This li In viola, tion of the postal rules an^ makes • it impOEsible for a mail clert to can- |cel the stamp. Cards which hare stamped in this mantier remain in the local post -office for a stated time wten they"are s>eut to tue 'dead letter office. Be sure and place the stamp on the oatstde of the enrclope. Winter in Texas. Mrs. TT. W Jonei and son Claude will leare tte latter part of the week for Corpns Christl. Tcxa:, •where ihcy Till spend the winter. I .,3 ''.vreii ''i.-. Kas , Nov. J.S.—CarJ K '.'U ^e. eoacii oi ilie ^resbmon squad, ttturned i:t:a :;;:;'it from Columbia, where in- wa.; a !ri .<-ir ;iui;r at the Mia- sou:;-\Va?iii.i.',;i'!!i liatrle Saturday •.vith a sloviiu'-r tale lo leil of the prow ess of .Alonilaws Ti-^crs. According to .koutc Kanaa.. is t'oiug to be puskqd to the liiuit to beal Missouri ThaaTts- vivin? da.v. aitd if the men get ov^r-i coufideiit. or badly battered in tbe Iowa game, ^lissouri is sure to wis. "1 have piayed against Missouri four-different Tljankssivings," said itouse. "and I can truthfully say that never in these four years have thoy had ? ttani that approaches tills year's .-iiuad in all around .streaglh. ThcJr line was strong', l<ul it was their back- llild that will make ns worry over lieN'. .New play after new piuj- they reeltd off without fumbling or bait, riui-h interference us they had ou tbclr eud niii.s waa magnificent. "I don 't mean to say that Kaiisus will bo beaten Thanksgiving, (or 1 don't think they will bo unlets they take an awful i=lump. bnt Mlscoarl !-•« strong, much stronger than she lb being given credit for la foot ball eircle-?." Coach Ivenucdy last night started work rounding his sqnad Into shape for Thanksgiving day battle. Jow.» to nbt caufelog tbe grldjzjmci^eiito^ to use oiurb of ttaeir tpiyjtf^Uut 4Ad Kennedy is planning to nse as mimy Eubstltutes as poe&lble. If they c«no^ turn the trick in the first faa)f,vtEgk the rcgiijars. tbe eteam hammer-btik field wliich riddled Xobnuska'a I^, will be cent In to do llkewhw to tie Hawkeyes.' | v Kennedy Lt> worried o^;er bavio^^ such gam^s as low^a and Missoori. lo c!o^-e together and fears bit oeii. Ing stale more than aijyihins..elsfil ^ FEDERAL PAY NOT TO INCRCAl^ President Roosevelt Tells the 'cab­ inet t* Benin Retrenehmanti. ; AVashington. Kov. 18.—Everj- S >«ii- ber of thu cabinet was present ft .dto- day's meeting. After the meetiiie'lt became public that tbe cabinet iMS been asked.by the President Co ioifce no recommendations' in tife aimo^Vef- ti mates to be submitted ;tQ, Gc «gr «as for the increase of «{ila];l^ in tbiUr respectiTe departments. iRib jdU jip- ply to goTemmeat emploxc ^t ^lJH^ out the country as" well "as '^al'lt^iLB]!* ington. Tbe sngzes^ion /was made to the cabinet some time bdrore tbe clee- tion LuL it wa3 explained' at tbe White btmse, bas no conoectlaa with tte attack tnade in tbe D ^m &cratle platfonn on tbe incrMS* of .efpciidi- tures of the ff deral goTernot^it. " The rotjMBV' fbatc no 1oier.eait»^ in silaires b« madit'deta tiot apfiljr to : cases of autdraatie pzwaotfas efi 'ployeesfrom graifr t«* snnthw

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