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' KVKN'INa DUM.ETIN', ilONOMJI.U, T. II , THURSDAY, BKPT. 1C, 1009
After the light ulilpv nrrlve Inck In
iort f 10111 tliclr spied trfils on feep
tember 25 tlie living onloil of coiling
will ngjln bo the orilei or events for
nt lenal two davs.
Tliu Hint cImIIiik vvlilih wis eti'ii
'plttid jontettluj li tlio Man land,
ilievv over nine tliouSinnd Iiiiih f 10111
tin- tlnl pllis, under tliu charge of I ho
liK.nl I'.ij nualpi J II Itiiubergei lint
mi the second coaling over 'twelve
Hums ill I tots will lie iniulie! In (III
up the fighting hlps under Alinlrnl
One of the officers In spcikln, tin.
imittiliM 11 limit llio hint rotlltif, re
iiinilttfil Vint "gmt riedlt sin lid li
given laj 111 ibIoi Ilornbuer ill t W
II Iloogs for tile wn llilnpn ore
done If uvir ort wrulil do the.
Fit 10 In pnpiilug for coiilltm ax Hi
noliilu liin done, roalliu: vitilil lie
made much eilcr.
Hlahop Itcstnrlck. nccnitipinled
by several of the loe.il ileig, cilled
Ml tliu riJKlili TOiiiessce tills ,
morning and wuic le'dvetl bv Ad
miral Sebreo mid slataff
I.morp of old-time inlnstielsv will
ce n show to tlielr liking nt tlie Or
phoiun tonight ns the neM bill will
open Willi n ngtitur iiilimtii'I Hist
put, Including end men unit Inter
locutor 'I here will be. the iiaunl Jokes,
pongs, dames 11ml spej titles; iiIko
moving plrtuies and tliu unu.nl mu
sic il (oni(d stunt for a wtnd-up
TIiIh will be on for tliu b.tl.ime of
1S." editorial rooms 250 bu"
rets office. These are the telephone
rumbftri of the Bulletin officii.
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What a patient and self sacrificing young wife endured
for love, is made vividly real in this wonderful story.
An intensely absorbing tale that causes the readei
.gine himself living the part of a character in this
drama of action and life.
I'll to eoIiik to pro s Ihls nflii-
nimt the follow Ing entiks bad bicii
lecflvod for the Itcgl'ti Ii events.
JInnj mo 0 eiitilis die evpeited to
le put In this (if lei noon The man-of-war
ivonts nio limn igcd li the
sliliis' Hikers, and the entileii hno
not bein tut nt 1 In to the llnwnllnn
News Compnii) All the Kblps will
have crivvs lo tepiesent them, nntl
the incui sliiiultl bo vcr) Interesting
The nit les a'e
fceiiltu six or--Mvrtlei nml Ilea
In 11 Sl-pntldle 1.111U0 Knlmuu
hnlml l.tllllnil A A., K'alrl ntitl
Mnulatil I'leshnirn Mvrtlo and
llrilonl I'lUii-padiHe oinoe l.cl
Hum Kuliiiuuknliiiil, l"l Ihk 1'lsh A
A . Knlol anil Nlanl.itil Senior pnlr
o.nr - Myrtles an I lleilml Jim
lot inti-o.ir Myrtles and delimit
Silling unnoc rase -- l.el lllni.i.
Kauionl.ulaiil, Alnbima mid Iviilel
Sailing emu e race (modern) (loot!
Time II tailed, Knnieliniui h 1, lloku
K.ilinnnu, Kltikalanl. I'.illkiu, l.il
I eliua rour-pnddle came (women)
I.vi'ottilnt points tn n fine rtij's
spent, nntl the unions Kites should
be pullcl orf befoiu r.11 Immense
I I ow d
A ihallengo has been nent to the
fleet b the O.1I111 League The
Onhu liuneh wish to play a plrUt!
ti'iiu of tliu hett lit it men. Such a
match U pieti) Elite to Lome off nn
The U'ashlncton and Wet' Vlr-
' (rltiln l.nonli ill 11 1 ti 1 u 11 til lilnti tit lilt
hlllliwuiirii'iiii iniivii i jiiii ill ni-
Athletic I'm Mills ufternonn, mid It
Is iiossiblc Hint theru will be two
The Industrial Edition of the
1! v e n i n p; Bulletin, wra-jptl
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
1 e 1 1 n nfflrc
Novelized by John W. Harding
From Eugene Walter's Play That Has
Stirred This Country.
ILLUSTRATED BY PARKER
A Great Moral Forcibly Presented
FOR FjNE SCENERY
RI'ATTI.l", Sept 1.1, The early
fall inouths of Heptcuibcr and Octo
ber mu bent In no pnlt of the world
to the mi tie turiKii Iflcont atlMintapCH
as In the 1'iiRet Sound olilitrj . The
iniu atiuonpherc of the tnoiintnlns Is
slinrpcnul nntl brlKhlcned, 11 ml with
the flist touch of nutuinn the efltlic
lotintrj Is presented In nn nlr uf
wonderful ilciiness ntid temper.
It Is dim till of description, nn
adequate picture of the surioithd
Ini; white-clothed pciks nntl ("litter
lii blues of the Inland sc.i waters.
StnudliiK nt the head of the Cits
rades of the Alasha-Yulion-I'.nclflc
Imposition, the e)e wanders throitRli
miles nntl miles of It try, ilenr at
inosphcie, nud lists on the tumbled
lops of the lURKed 01mplcs nml
serrntetl peaks of the Cascades nnd
The nlr one bie.illics ionics ffom
the snow-eocred hills and, tein
licied b) the miles of pine nml ce
llar, supplies the greatest Incentive
to liolldn) making that can be
found The Hsposltlon Irons, Its
lakes nntl woods, Us riunlnt nnd l
tul inKtiire of Ritrlis and people, the
throngs of Ultdrs mid the pngcaiit
ry of fete nnd national festlvnls,
mikes 11 plctuic Impossible to sur
piss. Tho ti II tin nt. bloshoms of for
itiul gaidcn mid stntcly bed have
(ommcfued to tnke on the more sub
dued colors of uppionclilng autumn;
In the lue maples mid drooping
aldeis tho touch of fall Is appear
ing, nnd fiom tlie steamer landings
the spoilsman loaves on his week
end excursion nrnietl with pun nnd
followed I13 liuntltig dog. If there
Is any plico In the world where tlie
mil of ending summer thaws more
stiongly on the lending slrliiRS of
nun tliin Iji 1'iiRet Soiijid, It has jet
to bo written.
nULUETIN AO PAY -VJ7
fl'fl fTf:tjfeiLtoili'tl ti 'flTntf
TAFT TRAINS HARD
AND BOXES WELL
HIS REGULAR ROUND
TO REDUCE HIS WEIGHT.
How He Shapes Up With Great Pugi
list John L. Interesting Early
McminR Gjm Work Dr. Bark
er His Trainer.
UEVi:iU.Y, Mns. Auk. 20. Ono
yctlr and one month before John
Lawrence Htillhan was born In Pad
it) 's Hollow In Itoxbury, Mass.,' the
Intest telebrlty In llsttnnn was learn
ing to talk In Cincinnati. lly the
time John I' wns elRht jenrs old
he wns a tenor, at fourtccen ho was
the ward ibamplon, and nt seven
teen he was licking nil of tho dubs
around Huston In n purely, scientific
way. Ilj the time ho wns twenty
John 1. wns standing up with tho
bestiof them nnd on tho highway
to the championship of America,
Ker since that time John L. 'has
been close lo tho spot light on the
stnge of pugdoni. Quito true, n
young man named Corbett, now a
"has been" put him out with a Wal
lop to the Jnw In New Orleans ono
September da In 1892. Hut John I-.
has never woni out, and only a year
ago he was doing n vnudevllto sketch
as the mastodon nnd the elephant at
play with Jake Kllraln In tho squar
ed circle, at 2fi, SO and 75 cents a
John L.'s Superior Found.
John I. 'h superior In brawn, al
though n 5 ear nnd n half older, was
not dlscov cicd as n likely looking
lad for the game until n week ago.
Then the country shhered with de
light, when It heard from Ilcverly
that President Wllllnm Howard Taft
was doing I1I1 dull boxing bout with
Dr. Charles i:. Darker, his plijslcnl
instructor. It also leaked out that
the'doctor, with his ICO pounds, on
ly got tho better of tho President
with his 305, by faster foot-work.
Tho Presldint wns born In Cin
cinnati tin Sept. 15, 1SS7, John I..
first peeped Into tho du near Dos
ton on Oct. lfi, 18t8. Tho lloston
lad's parents wcro working people,
his father a puddlcr In n foundry.
Uf. Toft's earllci entrance Into tho
world in Clnilunntl wns under mora
auspicious circumstances. Ills fa
ther was a Judga and pas to be nn
Attornct-dencuil of tho United
StatesT William, as the boy was
named, later developed Into "Hill,"
before he Rot to be "Will." It wns
"Mill" in school dii)s nud "1)111" In
Ynle except when "Will" went to
dances nnd learned the waltz steps
which win I1I111 nil of the suffragette
votes nt Hot Springs, Va , nnd Au
John It. had to light to get along
nnd "Hill" Taft Inuglud his n
tliiough lifo. HIb superior flguro
was a powerful argument ngnlntt
bittlo when he was 11 jotingster nnd
his good mituie was too much for
the most pugnnclous of his plnj fel
Oettin Down to 280 Pounds.
The President's entrance Into tho
ring this late day In not Intended to
edify tho multitude or to furnish
amusement foi-I)r. Darker. Its ono
nnd onl purposo nnd It Is suc
ceeding is to keep tho Taft flesh
fiom going over the mnrk fixed by
Dr. Hiukcr ns the "tiealthy line.
Dt. Haiker wants to bring tho
Piesident down to 300. Ho onto
hnd him to 270. but that was tin cc
jeaia ago. Ho has already dropped
him from 32 to 301, nnd he has
neai ly a month of working jet be-j
fore him, Giving Or. Darker the
same trust that the Piesident gives
him, and computing tho Pituldent'B
build on the basis of 280 pounds. It
was n giod-slzed man that was neg
lected in Cincinnati while John I.,
was being trained for battle. Tho
lust marks on John 1.. Sulllvnn glvo
him 3 feet 10 1-2 Inches of height
and 19ii pounds of flesh. John L.
did better than this with flesh for
111 11 11 vears, and bofoio his team
woik with, Jnko Kllraln wns closer
to 275 than to 190,
Jeffries, ever slnco thoj dug him
nut or the nlfalfa in California to
whip the smoke, has boon working
on tho high speed schedule. Ho has
been talked, to death, pialscd to tho
skies nnd trained until he had to go
Euiopo to get his nppctlto back for
nn omelette. Jeffries, with his thlr-tj-fntif
veins, has put In innro
nights watching the electilc lights
than has President Tart in his (Ifty
two. The Picsldcnt's 'excellent condition
is due, first of nil, to his nbbolute
faith In Dr, Darker. Tho President
believes that when n Inn 11 who makes
it hlsvbufcliiess to study human bo
dies sajs ".that It is healthy to do 11
thing and unhealthy not tb do It,
Hint man knows what ho Is talking
nbout go, when Dr. llnrkor told tho
l'teslilnnt that ho limit diet tho I'te-i
sldeut begin his diet. He Is not tho
kind to lire ik tho trnlnlns table.
President on the Water Wupon.
1 Tie Piesident vvua advised that
iilinhulle lliiniu s vveie not good for
him So ono day In Hot Springs, V11 ,
Ibefoie tho ilgoia or tho .campaign
TT"h 'Tf f i1 -ITT" -fri'"V'" -,''
were upon him, ho rut 'cm nut. He
fore that he was not even 11 mild
drinker. He took n llCtle wine nt
dinner sometimes nnd enjoved a lit
tle drink when It wns In order for
ovor body to take one. Hut when
Mr. Taft found out that nil liquors
were bad for hi tube turned don
Jils glass nnd has not tasted liquor
Dr. II irker wanted the President
to do some hard work. Ho picked
golf ns the best ejccrclso for n man
of Mr. Tuft's weight nnd jenrs.
Thereafter Mr. Tnft became n golfer.
In addition to the health giving
rqualttles of the game, It hns been
fascinntlng to Mr, Taft, nnd now .
he Is n thoroughgoing golfer. Ho '
plavs hir good Bcores, and whero ,
onco he knocked tho ball nround (
;ust to try his arm, lie Is now n fin-
ll.n.l ..I...-- ....l.t- .-- 1
IBIIl-ll Illlljl'l, tUJIUUJU Ut BUIIIU UU-
mcmlously long drives.
Dr. Barker's Career.
The President found Dr. Darker
In Washington threo years ago. He
fore that Dr. Darker was a practic
ing plnslclan In Madison, Wis.
Somewhnt of a social leader there.
Dr. Darker was recognized us the
best golf plajer and the best nil
around nthleto In that part of Wis
consin. Former Senntor John C.
Snootier knew him well, nnd linn ilav
while the two woro chatting at tho
Madison Golf Club Dr. Darker sug
gested to the Senator that ho needed
more or a doctor's care than medi
cine; that ho needed health giving
exercise. Tho Senator agreed with
him, and niter talking It over sev
eral davs peisuaded Dr. Darker to
conio to Washington with him to
help him through n long siege of
Darker canto and pictty coon had
Spooncr feeling like 11 curling colt.
The Wisconsin Senator suggistcd
his name to Mr. Tart, who was then
Sccictary or War. Tho Secretary
sent ror the doctor nnd theyjind n
talk. Mr. TnU submitted to a'phy.
slcal examination nnd Dr. Darker ,
told him that what ho needed was 1
hard work to keep him fit. Ho nlso
had to cut out some of tho foodd ho
had been accustomed to.
Mr. Tart agreed that he ncedeu
tho hnrd work nnd promised Dr.
Darker fifteen minutes n dnj
"I mu sorry, Mr. Secretary," the
doctor sild, "I cannot take jour
case. You need nt least on hour a
tiny. I can bo of some service with
Likes the Barker Style.
Mr. Taft was a pretty busy man
thoEcxlajs. Ho was running the hie
Wnr Department, keeping a weather
ejo on tho Philippines nnd sitting on
the lid. Hetwcen times ho was lis
tening to n host or friends who told
him the weie going to mnko him
President. ,Mi. Tnft vvns Impressed
with Dr. Harker's stle. Tho joung
Hadger Is a tclean cut, manly look
ing chnp or about thlrtj-flve. Ho Is
ns spare as a bone and every ounto
of his 1C0 pounds Is as hard ns a
null. He is the niftiest looking man
In Hevcrly todaj', nnd ho exercises
hnrder thnn nny other ninn In town,
but ho tukes exercise deliberately
nnd without making It hard work.
So for threo jenrB tho doctor has
treated Mr. Taft Internilttcntlj-. At
tcr the Inauguration or tho Presi
dent he began dally morning visits
to the White House. When the Pre
sident came to Ileverly Dr. Harkcr
dropped In ono duy nnd rigged up a
gjmuuslum In tho gnruge. And now
evci 11101 nlng. before breakfast Dr.
Darker motois out to Durgiss Point.
It takes only n lew minutes to get
le.idj', nnd then President Taft puts
In an appearance. Ho wears light
trousers, n pair of, light shoes and
an outing shirt. Tho doctor puts
htm through his paces In Jig time.
The Tutt wind Is better today than
it has been In jenrs, thanks to tho
dajs on tho links
The arm oxenl'so machine, tho
lowing machine .the chest weights,
dumbbells, tho Indian clubs and tho
tug nt wrestling do not rente him.
Next ho tries nbout four minutes of
boxing with Dr. Darker. The doc
tor's stylo Is or that Jumping Jack
vuilety calculated to mako tho Pre
sident exerclso every part or his
body rrom his ejes down to his toes.
Hard nt It for tour one-minute
lounds and Mr. Tnrt has worked up
a perspiration which is ns healthy
as the work,
Then tho doctor takes him In hnnd
ror a rubdown. In a mothod or his
own tho doctoi massages tho Presi
dential rrame to diminish Its unovon
realm es without impairing tho
btrength or nny function of tho
A good shower bath and Mr. Taft
is done, Ho limbics built to his porch
and vvults- for tho breakfast cull with
a j earning which speaks volumes for
Dr. Darker. After break'nst a fust
ildo or a row miles over tho cool
Massachusetts roads and tho Presi
dent is ready ror his eighteen holes
or goir. These ho covers In n couple
or hours mid Is ready lor his lunch.
In tho afternoon he reads a bit
and lests At 4:30 ho Is ready for
the next fill of(rresh air and sots It
In n long motor cur ride. Cnily to
bed Is miothei or Dr. Dnrkei's ideas,
and the Piesident follows his advice.
When tho President retires ror tho
night ho Is thm oughly tired. When
lie awnkes In tho morning ho Is icst
ed. And he is lendy ror the training j
which Is suiely making him look
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
F' OIITY YEAItS AGO nlmoit every mother thought her child must havo
" pnrcfforlc or laudanum to mako It sleep. Thcio drug will produce sleep,
and nTcw drops too mnnjr will prodtico tho sleep from which there U
no waking. Many are tho children who havo been Killed or whoso health lini
been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum nnd morphine, each of which Is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists nro prohibited front selling cither of tho
narcotics named to children nl all, or to nnjbody, without labeling tliTi
".olon." Tho definition of "narcotic" lis "AmedMne which relleics pal 1
ami jiroducet tletp, hut which In polisonout doses produces stujior, coma, convut
slons and death." Tho tasto nntl smell of medicines containing opium nre dj
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordlnls," "Boothlng- Byrapi,"
etc You should not permit any medliino to bo given to your children without
you or your physician know of w li.it It Is comoscd. ' t'ustorlit does not iou
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
IbT fifqnentlr prMcrllicd Cattorl for com
mon ailment of child ri a with good rctulti '
V. A Cbakdaix, M. D ,
Buffalo, N. T.
Ai the father of thirteen ehPdrcn t crrttlnl
know pomcthloff ahoat your great mctltclna and,
ailda from in own famllj experience, I hare. In
toy jeara of practice, found Castorla a popular ami
efficient rtmedy In alitoat erery home.
W. J. UcCruKX, M 1) ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.'
In Use For Over 30 Years.'
In time for the rainy scoion.
New Rain. Coats
Just received from New York, a larj;c assortment- of
styles ar.d prices. Mostly single garminls.
In nil light shades for evening- capes.
52 inches wide
Handsome line of
' . ,
live jitna jotniKor than lie tlld ilm
liiK tlie ilonltt luiiu i of tlie cxtr.i
onllniity sfRhlim of (.'oiiRrens.
"Foxy Grandpas" Exercising, Too.
The I'ltulduit'H success nt tho cx
enlso has Inittllleil new llfo Into alt
of tliu oltl 'mis of the Mass.iihusettH
hills. Gen. Atlolbeit Ames nml Jlr.
W. J. Ilo.irilinnn, whom the Presi
dent laughingly refers to ns tho
"Koxy OrnmliiaH," nro wot king ns
hind as Mr, Tuft on the links nntl
putting liy u store of good health to
tide them over the winter. John
Hays Ilnminond, Ul) ut Olouiester,
tnkes nn iiour of Dr. Ilarkoi evory
day for his oieiclse, nnd when thp
doitoi gitB hack to Wnahlngton In
September ho will tnko Tltst Assis
tant Seiietury Noiton of tho Ticu
sury Department in hand, ,
Mr. Noiton Is tho jotmg man who
gave up u 115,000 a jear law pinc
tlco In Chicago ut tho behest of Sei
lutnrv 1 ranklln MncVc-igli to couiu
to Wnshlngtnn on it 145,000 sul.u"?.
Norton is a well-built joung man.
who hns found thnt tho onoious du
ties of ilepuitniputul work In Wush
Ington do not mako a man bettor
phvslcilly. He bus engaged 1)1.
Darker to get him back to his Chica
go standaid Several other Btates
nien havo Ulkod to Dr. Darker for
u little of bis 1 1 mo and bo will have
n busy winter of It in Washington,
ristoilug health by tho Tnft Haiku
f llMl " l.laH&fllllltlHir .
'5 VVrT" cnranlceBCimluo
if (j&tJffili&MK Cniitorlii
"I find yoor Caatorl la Terr beneficial In tho
treatment of childriu alluwnii "
F. DiTit, M. I) ,
"I olJt to ht ro tailed ju'tnt medicine,
vrhrra miki r Alono know 0 what luS U u t In tU"nt,
but I know the formula of your Caitoru an J allia
ItauMtuprojxrraMe IJixIkoIiIiIioa very ui
f ul, aa well ma banulcaa fanillj tnnllt Inr."
N. II. Blitn, 31. 1) ,
Uroolb;n, N. V".
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
WING ON CIIONG
Kattrtss and Tumiture Makers.
Picture frames made to order anil
a Urge variety of stock on. hand.
Bethel St., opp. Empire Theater.
Herald Pure Rye and.
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 ?IM ST.
PHONE )A0 V 0. BOX 755.
'Dr. F. SCKURMANN
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m, Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a, m., 3-6 p. m.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. See his curios.
M. A. unst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.