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the alternative of resigning or of i
aal charges to be forwarded to the
charges Barry suppressed and then
Subsequently the officers of th4
Jtonor of the navy the full story of t
its mature, however, is known to eY
ginla and doubtless to the entire c
Barry was, born in New York I:
Ival Academy as a midshipman. I
ager and worked in that capacity f
"Next I became general superin
of Pittsburg, and worked in that<
Finally In 1903 I was asked to cor
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'N#E D FROM NAVY
After a service of 41 years In the
navy, Rear Admiral Edward B. Barry,
late commander-in-chief of the Pa,
-cinec fleet, has been retired upon his
own request, his action being based
upon the demand of the officers of his
flagship, and. West Virginia, that he
either resign or stand court martial
on charges of grossly immoral con
duct. He refused to resign and send
a telegram to Wathington asking that
he be retired-a request which at
once was granted. The scandal has
created a sensation in naval circles
and outside them, for Barry's long
service had made him one of the best
known offacers in the country.
When the grave offense, of which
Barry is accused and which In effect
is substantiated by his act of retire
ment,- was discovered the officers on
his flagship at first determined to
send him a loaded revolver, with a re
quest to use it. Upon further consid
eration they decided on allowing him
Itanding a court martial and drew up for
navy department at Washington. These
applied to Washington for retirement.
Sflagship took a solem 'n oath that for the.
xe admiral's offense would not be revealed.
ery member of the crew on the West Vir
rew of the Pacific fleet now in California
2 1849 and in 1869 graduated from the Nar
le had beei continually In service since.
$4.50 A W EEKI
James A. Farrell, the new president
of the United States Steel Corpora
tion, who will receive $100,000 a year,
was a laborer at 16 years of age, earn
Ing $4.50 a week, or $234 a year. He
reached his high station by hard and
Born in New Haven in 1863, Mr.
Farrell is of athlete build, over sim
feet tall and weighing 220 pounds. He
is married and lives in Brooklyn. His
family consists of two girls and three
boys. When Mr. Farrell was asked
for a short sketch of his career, he
"Well, I quit school to go to work
when I was 16 years old, because my
father, who had several sailing ves
sels plying between New York and
Liverpool, was getting too far along
in years to carry on his business. I
began work in a steel wire mill at
New Raven and renlained there nine
years, domng manual labor.
"Seeing a bigger field in Pittsburg,
d gotwor ntemls ftePts
Afix erasrio41earsi h
ltn et mane-nhe of the OlvrSelWr o pa-y
upn the eanFll oforh aoffcrso tise
fasiepoe Yr and Wetorgnia, that Unie
eihe Maj.Gor O.squires cour atheUit
on cares army grosjsly imora on
dut.nHe resued to eigcve ad ssend
of mtplea telephion aktelgay
hesbe retiets-av reest dedichatedt
ote wasic gantd. Theod sandal has
servie haus imoe of theu paying
cenow offirsoyaltThey contr.vie
Whecn the gapved oeeone whic
Barryts acci use and whic mny efec
ten siubstanaedous vrations retre
mntrern wadicoveed theocrs. o
Pint 24agshrs agos adeternmaed.t
sn ene snd hithatedrvovr wit aptio
erailreuc the dcded on operating hime
poneig ecuthartial and maew telphfor
applie toWinton fo reiremset.c
flghpo allyvaualemohtt for thgdstneuea
readial'st ffrs ourl puotes ved
neme of the c ew n the West along
men,4 and in 1869 alradyaeted rmay
Jae A.mongll the ewresofAeientrl
ofthe unitedl"tansmeeor oroher
mybmetionwlreced $10,00 J an earl,
wasuaghber at ex-ov years fael,n
rehd tahis highettioesn y hadn
persitet work.esr t ak e
Born inNwHvendalhpy n Yout, Mr.
cFarl posto, thlesuild, ove sire
moset halhfud inigaing 220 pons Hel
thes marld and liveathe-srelyn se
shouamly counits hesf twogiln threer
bos. ofortneM. FButl s asedt
frar shr pinetc.o Whiatror? The.
stage! Oncei scoeodyg tod work
brwn-eyed1 yitear oldnease had
ftler, wnd hade sincea siin ves
sels payigmetwen ewn York ande
le hierol sd "drati to ar ang
- inhas wht carry doing hinow.es.
Nec enyd shemaee thebta n
>rseinghe whe bigg camel toin Pisnce
gotnh woi thceed l of thek cou ts-o
NEVER GET UP
But Lady in Chriesman, Who Went
to Bed With This Idea, Has
- Changed Her Mind.
Chriesman, Tex.-In a letter from
this place, Lillie Gibson says: "About
three years ago, I was just entering
womanhood and was sick in bed for
nearly nine months. I took medicines
from four doctors, but it didn't help
me. Sometimes, I would ache all
over, and I would have such a head
ache, I had to go to bed. -.
"I was In a bad fix, and that is all
there is to it. I thought I would try
Cardui. Now I am cured of all my
troubles, and I shall praise Cardul
as long as I live. My sister said I
never would get well, but now I am
perfedtly well, and I am thankful for
what the medicine did for me."
Cardui is made from strhtly vege
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and restoring health.
Are you weak, tired, worn out? Do
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record of more than fifty years in
relieving just such troubles.
Will you try It?
X. B.-Write tot Ladle.' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn.. for Special Instruetlons
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment
for Women,fr sent in plain wrapper, on
NOTHING AT ALL
Brown-What your son doesn't know
about horse racing isn't worth know
Walker-And what he does know
ebout It isn't worth knowing, either.
Great Baseball Play.
"What was the greatest baseball
play you ever saw?" asked a friend of
Governor-elect John W. Tener.
"The greatest play I ever saw," said
he, "took place in an amateur game
on a town lot at Charleroi. The teams
were playing on a wet field and an
outfielder who wore a derby hat went
aftr a high fly. He 'came to a little
pond and taking his eye off the ball
made a jump to cross It. As he was
leaping the ball struck him on the
head, went through the crown of his
hat and lodged there. The base run
ner was out and the fielder had not
touched the ball 'with his hands. Can
you beat it?"-Washington Corre
spondence Pittsburg Dispatch.
TO DaRvEA 0T 4LA EI' YS
Take the sl tndard ROVE' TA8TEC
showig it Is sply Quinine and Iron in a taste
nemIron bu up the syste. sold al
elers for 80 years. &'ree 80 cents.
"Does your husband go in for golf?"
asks the caller.
"No," she answers. "He goes out
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and 'Mullen is Nature's great remedy
Cures Coughs. Colds. Group and Whooping
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Ball-What is silence.
Hall-The college yell of the t'chool
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For COLDS and GRIP
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Cold and restores normal conditions. It's
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At drug stores.
And people who, do as they please
seem to get along just about as well
as those who are always trying to
Stiff neck! Doesn't amount to much,
Dft mighty disagreeable. You will be sur
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A woman's idea of a great financier
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Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflamma
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There Is a lot of difference between
making good and making others good.
Banana of thosi
Wifey-I smell something like leath
r burning! Is it that cigar?
Hubby-No; but I wouldn't wonder
If it's the crust of that pie you just
put Into the oven.
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A HEALTHFUL DRINK
The healthiest ever; you can grow
It in your own garden on a small
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Used In great quantities in France,
ermany and all over Europe. Send
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New York Times.
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The Scorcher's Fate.
The Cannibal King-See here, what
was that dish you served up at lunch?
The Cook-Stewed cyclist, your ma
The Cannibal King-It tasted very
The Cook-Well, he was scorching
when we caught him, your majesty.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
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n Use For Over 30 Years.
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The Selfish View.
"Do you want cheaper postage?"
"I don't know," replied the men who
onsiders only his own interests. "I
fon't write many letters myself, and
:don't see why I should be eager to
nake it easier for the men who send
No Backache or Kidney Pains.
If you have pains in the back, urinary, bladder
r kidney tronble, dizziness and lack of energy,
ry Mother Gray's Arsuatic-Leaf, the pleasant
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izziness and loss of sleep. As a system regn
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"Pretty careful, is he?"
"Pretty careful. He left a partly
smoked cigar in my office the other
ay, and a little later sent his clerk
round after it."
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