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BVBNINO nin.l.RTIN', IJO.S'OUIt.U, T II . WCMKItflllAY. fltll'T J. 1110
COMMODORE tVlRY TO BE HONORED AT PUT-IN-BAY.
Lal aad Natioaal
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
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CI.KVULANI), Kept to. As the anniversary of tlio victory of Commo
iloro I'erry ut Piit-ln-Itay on Septmbcr lu approaches each year tlio pco
l)1n of tills section of tlio country rc.vllzo with renewed Interest the desir
ability of erecting a bcnttltn; mcmoi-Jul to tlio brnvo man who Ic.ul lila
ships tu victory during tliu vur of 1S12. i:ight stiilcs lme slgnlllul In
tcntlons of Joining In the erection of it splendid monument on t!.o narrmv
ntrlp of lnml whtdi nearly d'vldei South Ii.isa Island, or Piit-ln-llny, lis It
In generally known. A donlpi for this nioniimcnt, width will probably bo
tlio one neceiited, has boon unbuilt fed by John Klscmnunn, fninnmi na nn
nreliltect and engineer of Cleveland Mr Klsenmnnn baa made all the nec
essary surveys for tjio Rrent monument, and all i the plans so far sub
mitted by lilm linvo been without coat to nny state Tlio Slates tlmt will
hnvo n part In erecting tlio memorial nro Ohio, Ponnsjhunhi, Michigan,
Illinois, Wisconsin, Now York, tlhode Island add Kentucky Hlx of these
nro lake Stntos, while Ithodo Island as tho blrthplaco of Commodore Terry
and Kentucky, tlio homo of so many of tlio soldiers of (lenernl Harrison
who were conood by Perry's fleet after tho victory to Detroit to drlvo
out tho llrltlsh, wero cspoclally Imlteil to participate.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERS
ARE NOW IN TRAINING CAMPS
rnnlliill friiads fioni sovornl of Iho
big colleges already nro bard at work
on their preliminary training. Har
vard lias Its quad up In Maine trjlng
nut the new rules while, ninny of thn
New York University plajcrs nn.l riiIi
sillutes nrc at l'ly Mountnln under
charge rf Capt. (Jalloway getting In'
shape Tor tho I J 1 1 gildlrnu 1ht He say.i
nn I3xcliniige. Mlihlgiu has Its sound
nt Whitman Ijike. I'cnn. and Anu.ipi
lis ten. nro In training.
Tho pla era from tlio other big col
leges will Ik gin their preliminary wind
lu tho rear future. What wllli tho
almost omplete revision of tho foot
ball rules, Iho coach's and plaors aro
romewhnt nt sea In regard to the new
game, nnd consequently practice will
begin earlier than usual tlih year nt
tho colle-jos iind universities thratiqh
ojit tho country
Harvard'a p'ayers will hno plenty
of prctlmlnaiy training na will the
squads of Mlcjilgan and New York
Universities. And tho other collego
teams will not bo far li'lilnd In tho
matter of earlv work. Yalo and Prince
ton players will bo nctlvo within the
next week, nnd then tho pigskin chns'
ers will begin their long, bnril jirnsin
of training, which will culminate In
big November games
A liccullur slluailnn exists in flroat
er Now York this oar Dosplto the
many colleger wllliln the limits nt Iho
(Jioator City only ono will bo repre
sented in the foolhall world That
will bo New York Ujijverslty which
made a wonderful record on tho, gridi
ron last ytnr. Willi games scheduled
with tho big football teams this nil.
the Now Yorkers nro now busy gol
fing, lu-shiio for tho-biggest football
schedule In thb histoid of N. Y.tU.
Cornell 'Loses Veteran.
Cornell will brgln prnctlco next
week. Hut tho Ithacans ,wlll hnvn to
stand n hard blow Jhla fall, Tlio ex
aminations In .lune'playod havoc with
Iho team. Wfillo two varsity men nre
under fho ban, the pick of Mho players
on the last jcar's frohmou"olovoii
are Ineligible ami several excellent
subPtltutes -wilt bo debarred from
Tho most severe Una Is that of (1. H
Dolman, who would bnvo been a junior
this fall. Donnan played left guard
nnd had been deeloped Into n flrst
class lineman by Han Heed. Ho weigh
cd 200 pounds niul wna big nnd ivv
erful. Hosldos bis playing on tlm
oloven, he wna n member of tho track
squad. Tho facull dropped hint from
tho ranks on account of bis fnlluro to
keep nn his university work.
Annlboi- blow M tlio teniiorary loss
of . Chnrllo Wcekoit. right tacklo.
Weokos played on tho varsity for tho
first time last full, nnd had two mnio
years to go. Ho wns considered ouo
of tho beat tackles In tho squad. Ilo
inay bo able to regain good standing,
but tho coaches nro doubtful Of the
fho men from tncklo to tncklo leh
over from last ) oat 'a 'team, thoy sjip
liosed all. hut O'Connor, tho rlglit
guard, who was dropied last Juno
would he eligible again this fall. It
now develops that Hcagravc, centre,
and Munk, lort tackle, nro tho only
Leventry May Not Play.
Hoy l.ecntry. nn old 'varsity man
two years ago, nnd ono of tho lending
siibstltulo tackles last )cnr, la nlsn
out of tho running. Ho was ono of
tho most imw erful llnompn, hut a serl
ous attack of Illness kept him nut of
tho work for six weeks last year. 13
S. Hale, tlio first substitute guard, has
been in troublo and It Is doubtful it
bo will bo able to play.
Until regular ends, Crosby nnd Seo
lyo, wero graduated, but It wns hop'd
that Kultscliar, Hall and a row otn
em would break in this year, Now
cornea tho announcement that both
Kultscliar nnd Hall will not be allow
ed to play football nt al. In addition
In tbeso leading men fully n dozen
others nn tho 'varsity squad will bo
out? of tho running.
Two of tlii) most dasfilng players on
tho freshman toam last fall, IJndor
hill, tho 19(1 K)imi fullback, and lint
lor, tho smoothest quarterback Cor
nell has seen in half a dozen years,
will not bo able to get Into Iho gaum
bocniiso of deficiencies in work. Hart
ley, tho freshman centre, nlsn is In
eligible. Warner Likes New Rules.
Coaches differ on the now rulos but
Coach (jlcnn 8. Warner of tho Cai lisle
Indian Bchnol i much plejsed with
changes made nnd hcHoves that they
will result lu giving a more spertneu
lar game nnd roiiseiiucutly will bo
more liilorestlug to the public nnd
lesa dangerous for the players thill
tho rulos governing Iho gamo lu for-
intr jears. Warner lasl year did qullo
a bit of vxpcilmeiitliig nlont; thu very
lino that have been cnvoie.i h) th?
I'lintlull ltuloi Committee
Winner Iblnlis the foiwmd pass will
bo lined much more than over liefnin
nnd btllevea that open nnd freak
formations will be groat! In vogue
during Iho coming season The Indian
coach thinks Ihern will be a tendency
to do nvv.iv with the former efficient
lines of work of the qiniicrbaek. b
cause or tho institution or the direct
pass, lint dues not think that the ruto
ngalnst tlio mak'ng of living tackles
will Interfere mateilall) with effective
nckllng of a runner
Warner thinks tho rule changes re
move tho necessity of having to piny
abnormally big men on the lln. nnd
figures Hint tho nthlete or ordinary
build will ho ndaptcd best to foothill,
consequently giving n better chnnco to
develop strong teams tlinu formely to
the smaller elevens who bavo bad
trouble In procuring big men.
Ilo th'nks that football coaches 'this
jear will havo great opportunities to!
use their brnlns nnd Ingenuity, ixmlr
lilv n creator clnnco than ever lieforo
in 11k history of the game because',
nlmost nit players they havo taught or
havo used are practlcall) ruled out
this )ar and every football strategist.
will havo to ilcKml itmn his own orig
lnnllty In working up nn offensive a) a
FOR SPLIT IN PARTY
NKW YOUK. September II, nx
Congressmnu .Inmos I) Watson of In
diana, who used to bo the llepubllcin
whip In tho House, fflmedown from
Ullcatnda, where ho hJiflteen with
Ylccvpn-sldent Sherman und left nl
most Immcillnlely for l'ottsvllle. Pa
whero ho la to help open the Republi
can campaign tomorrow Ho mado
some startling statement with regird
to tho outlook before tlio Itopuhllcnn
party. Ho gave It as hlR'bollef that
tho present Indlcntlcns nre for n Ilo-
mncratlo mnjoilty In Congress next
)cnr of of least thirty. Watson hl.im
ed Itoosevelt, not for making new
Insurgenta or progrcrslvcs, but for
liclplng In ullgn them so distinctly
that thero la llttl hope of tlielr get
ting together as things stand
Watson said "It is absolutely necea
Miry for the epiibllcina to gel tiignlh'
er everywhere-. Tho Indications aro
now that the next House will ho Do
mocrntle by at least thirty mnjorltv
unless tho Republicans do unlto. Wo
urn loslnc Itniinlillenli Cfini-i04Slnf.il'
fill tho tlmo Iroin Maine to Califor
nia. "As for Itoofevclt. I honestly do n )t
bofleve ho has made a single new In
surgent ror, nil his rhetoric. What ho
has: dono has been to Intensify the
feeling of those who wero Insurgent nt
heart nnd to cnlhaslz tho split In
tho party. Ilo has stiffened thn back
bono of men who hid n tendency
oHer all, to conio hick Into tho fold
nnd work fpr tho good of (ho party, so
Hint thoy grit their troth. Itoosovclt
fashion, and say they won't como
back. That Is about what Itoosovclt
has dono for tho Itopuhllcnn party '
INDIGESTION OF THE SOUL.
Indigestion of tho soul Is curable.
A few simple rules will snlllco Tor
Hat good food.
Think good thoughts.
Digest jour food thoroughly.
Avoid anger when eating
Avoid ungor when not outing,
j:ut within oiir Income
Dress within our Incomo.
Kxerclso within your Incomo.
Ilo regular tu )oiir habits,
.lie good in nur regular habits.
Work hard, "
Work oven harder
Work ob hard as ou can.
Aim to hotter yourtelf
Ho nt iieaco'wlth joursolf.
Ilo nt poaro with others If you can
Rave, some stiengtli
Havo homo money,
Invest snnin tlmo' In roidlng.
Invest some tlmo lu play.
If j mi can't bo cheerful, bo careful.
Preach thoughtfiilncis of self.
Preach thoiightfulitfaa of others,
Hncounigu i.ilher than dlscourago.
Itememher J our thoughts ami actions
will llvo longer limn you on this
I ltememher Hi'it with fnino people
doing Iho right Ihlng Is merely n mat
ter .of Inblt. with others it Is it quos-
(Ion of courage
t l.lvo, ami lei llvo
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m 'Tin Rent" cards on iale at
the Oulletln office.
Purity Absolutely Guaranteed'..
Try a glass with your meals - ''
aw m mwm P iavalBr
Ker Two Bulldogs
Are Worth $7,000
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Tyritfi AI.I.1HON, a dog fnneler residing In Alton, Hngland, probably possesses
tho oddest two bulldogs In I'Xlutcmc. Tlicy nro blue, tho niflcst Persian
blue, and this freak of nature la uhsnlutrly uiuuiountable, ua they nro tho off
spring of French black brlndles Thoy uru ututd at 17,000 nnd havo been ex
hibited at many dog shows on the xtber side. It U expected they will bo shown
at the New York dog show this fall.
In Fashion Land
JN spit of thu InsUtenco of Paris tho
hobble skirt, finds but few friends
In this country, and yet a modi Hod
form Is to bo seen In all tho now gow lis
The tight effect around thn bottom
may be obtained by pulling the nvcr
sklrt, rndo of soma thin material,
Into a plain hem ot contrasting and
heavier material, This will make tho
lower part of the skirt appear much
scantier than tho upper, wbllo In reali
ty It mny be plenty wldo enough to al
low perfect freedom of action.
Hut of courso all tho skirts are much
narrower and aro guiltless of any Dure
whatever. This means that tho coats
follow the samn straight up and down
line and tro only relieved by complex
All tho sleeve tops are absolutely flat,
and on the most popular models one
cannot tell whfro tho waist ends and
the sleeve begins. The kimono slcevo
Is popular with those who have thin
fls-urea, but should not bo attempted
by the stout woman. Bho should af
fect Instead the plain sleeve, with Its
upper seara i hidden under the tucks or
trimming of tho waist. t
AcUange In jnUllncry Is Imminent.
What long rur the largo hat ha
tuul u4 bow chonnlngty It boa been
Is a Pure, Refreshing
Beverage that contains
malted barley and extract
The barley malt is a food "'
whose nourishing properties are
The hops are a tonic re.com- "
mended by the best physicians.
The J5ecr That's J3rcwcl
Joouit ne CjinicMe
Ssl.al.. iirfi1li Ml m .Tallffa I f m
rendered In blnckt It has had more
than ii llttlo to do with tho undeniable
rii-Kiimo ni mo mi sovrn weess. urn
It Is a midliim sized hut of Interesting
outline that Is being suggested, with
peculiarly becoming kinks, n rather
mushrooiny tendency In Its brim and a
fairly high crown Just as tho very
wide, low hats took kindly to horizon
tal, circular trimming,, so this newer
iuto vases 10 ino uprignt, vertical polso
for Its feather or flower trimming, Tho
giant flowers of tho moment would, of
course, bo extremely difficult to nr
rango In anything but tho upright po
sition and would Indeed be utmost Im
possible to arrange on n bat tho crown
of which was not fairly high. Thcso
nower shapes aro delightful In trans
p.vrent net or clmntllly laco and with
either a wired big laco bow or else a
tuft of feathers or flowers. A very at
tractive hat seen recently was of ex
tremely flno straw, twisted round with
some exquisitely fine black chantllty
lace, which evolved lUclf at tho sldo
Into a big bow, most delicately wired
and altogether ethereal looking. Very
charming, too, and arranged for an
elderly wonuu was a hat of flno tus
can straw encircled with bunches of
black grapes and overhung with a veil
of black chantllly laca,- This "happy
medium" In hats will have a run right
tlirouch the winter, and It will accom
pany Um fur coats ot tlio .future.
"A New Tailor Mado"
fpiIH now tailor made shows tho
shorter Jacket, utd this smart
model by ncrmird Is n good lllualni
Uon. Notlco nlso tho frilled Intlde
gores and Um deep hem effect. The
strop trimming Is tv bo very modish
this fall. Tho broad hat thapn dntyi
In ut the sldo Is also very smart.
"V 4 .aLLLrFvLLLLLLLLLtT-v ft i .a,
THE GIRL WHO TALK8 LOUDLY.
The greatest mistake gfils can inuku
Is to talk loudly In public places. Un
fortunately tho habit of thus discussing
people and private affairs Is very prov- ,
alent hi omnibuses, trains or tea moms,
and It often gives rlso to a good deal of
mischief, as thcro is great danger in
talking over personal mutters when tlit
sneaker ,ls not awaro who Is mar'her.
Tho world Is a very small pluctj, nfu
all, and such conversation may bo nu-de A
uso otiu'mi unuxpe.todSvuy, ( k