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FASTENS BOY TO CHAIN
TO KEEP HIM AT HOME.
MnssaclinneltM Parent l.firUw nn ti
a 1'cit lleenaie l.acl llnw 31nnla
for Iliinnlnic Ann.
rtEpi i:iji .pi:n.i.
Boston. Mas-. Oct ri With an Incur
able mania to run away, to his folkst say.
Pierre Racnc. the 10-jear-okl mii of Jo
seph Gasne. Is kept locknl to a ten-foot
chain In the yard of hi. lwmc. He circles
aliout. plajlnp within the ten-fcot radius
of the chain. 1ml with the de!rc to Hreak
from bomlace and race alout the country
The cae of Gagnc lia"! attracteil the at
tention of the doctor of this section. The
cae l called an Incurable one. The boy
Is kept within bounds of safety, and In
allowed to set out where he can enjoy
freh air and Isorous play out of door.
The chain, with its ludlock an.1 rM!
trndlnc to the hoy's bodj. was arranged by
the bo s father. listened to a hea
ttake driven deeply Into the ground, is
the ten-foot Iron link chain, securely fas
tened with a padlock. About the wa!l of
the boy Is a heavy leather strap, drawn
nrml in such a way that It cannot be re
moved. Thus fettered, the lioy passes
most of the da. summer and winter.
The boy Is a surprlslnslj vigorous ami
alert youngster, but with his head fill! of
erratic Idea", on motliiK objects, which it
is his constant Ie.-lre to enjoy
"Vou KOt a steamboat You Bot a hore'
You Ret a bicycle?" are his questions
fired In rapid succession.
lUforc the present means of confine
ment weiv introduced. tl"tre were nil
kinds of trouble In kef-pins the bo) at
home This was ntterlv Impossible with
out the constant attention of a watcher,
and then bj eleter Invention. Pierre
would elude them and make a s-out for
freedom. HIe one amblllnn at sti'-h times
was to no ns far as his ph)t4cal strength
allowed, then he would drop exhausted.
The chain, strap and padlorks have pro
ven effective and the strenuous desire of
the bo Is restrained without Injur) to his
WOMAN DISLOCATED HER JAW
Michigan Matron Is tin Virtiin of
a IVniliar Airidont.
Tort Huron. Mich. Ott. II -Uoctor F.
Iihrstorfer was reccnll) called to render
professional services In a peculiar casv.
While out riding with C. A. Hovey he was
Intercepted near Mansville bv James
White of that place, who beseeched him
to hurry to his home, ns Mrs. White was
In a critical condition from "lockjaw."
After a hurtled drive, on arriving at the
White home he found the patient eeated
In the yard with half a dozen women sur
rounding her The doctor's practical eye at
once told him that she was the victim of
a dislocated Jaw The woman was In treat
pain with her Jaws apart, unable to move
them cither way until the doctor deftly
set the locket
Bend Tour Application At Once To
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They Will Send Ton Absolutely rrea One
oTTheir JOO OuaroSupremo FJectrle Helta,
tha Belt Av hlch Has Made so Many Woodsr
f nl Curei-VimKenlatSrad Even a Pottara
Saynp, Jrutlonx Hunt and Address.
Baren Tears aro tha Statn rf ltllnnts nn
to the FhrslcUnt' Institute of Colajto a cdrwr.
There was Deed of icooUilnr aboTa tbaordt.
oary mstaoa ot treatment for chrcnlo dliexies.
tomeUusz oora than any one rpeclsilst or any
number ot specialists actloe Independently
could do, so the fittto Itself, under the powsrs
mated it by IU sen-ral laws. caTO tho power m
the Fbjslclins' Institute to furnish to tie tick
each help sj wonld mako thea well and street.
endeaiuiud la erery posslblo wit to carry out
thsotlzloal purposes ot 1 estinlfiti merit under
the cenenctcnt lain of tho Stats.
Three year aro, tho rnyslclaa InsUtnte,
reiUrlnt the value ot elcctrldty In the treatment
of certain phases ot disease, created tmdir the
fsperlntendenco of Its rag of specialists an
electna belt, and this belt has been prored to be
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Tnlsbeltls the most cgecirre of all agents In the
csre cf rnenmatlsn, lunhaco, lamecaclt,nerT
cus eihaustlon. weakened or lost vital functions.
Tsrtsocele. kldccr disorders and cany otSer
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at SH Unity Bulldlnj. Chicago, I1L
WOMEN INVOLVED IN
Thf.v A u Accused of Kecehing
Goods Stolen From Le.iguu
MAN ALSO UNDER ARREST.
StstcniiiHc Thioring. That J las
Cost Cos eminent Thousands,
Is Said to Have Heeu Go-
iii" On for Years.
I'hllHdelphla. Oct. 11 Charped with re
ceiving goods stolen from league Island,
Mrs llarj- Murray of Arizona street, was
a defendant before United States Comml"
sloner Craig yesterda). With Sim. Klla
Hoffman of Hore street, she was arrested
In connection with the case of John l.eon.
who was locked up by Secret-Service men.
charged with stealing and having In his
possession goods taken from the store
house at the navy yard.
The arrests grew out of the Investiga
tion of what the Secret-Service operatives
m) they discovered to be a systematic
robbery of the storehouse. Colonel Henry
x hran. cimmander of the Marine bar
racks, first found that the Government
storchoii was being robbed.
He testified that since May he found
that things were disappearing from the
nav vanL Though a careful watch wns
kept he could not find the thief until his
attention was attracteil to an attache of
the storehouse, now suspected of b"lnc
the principal In the thefts, who carried
a dress-suit caso out of the yard late at
night. It was by following this clw that
l.eon was arrested in connection with the
Colonel Cochran said his Investigation
shown! that the case was loaded with
paint brushes, rope, flies and (.imilar sup
plies, which had leen packed in the grip
In on of the engine-rooms.
Secret-Service Operative Matthew F
Griffln testified that he. with his assist
ants, arrested I-eon at the home of Mm
Murray, where he hoarded, and where
they found some of the Government prop
erty. A quantity of silverware used on the
battleships when in service was found In
the hums of Mrs. Huffman. In whoe bo
half Mr. Griffin said:
"She admitted that she knew the arti
cles' came from the navy jnrd. but )s
she was told that they were condemned
and divided among employes "
Colonel Cochran and the Secret-Service
men believe tho loss will reach several
I-on was held in tl.Oa) bail, and the
women In S7X) ball each for a hearing on
November X, to give the Secret-Service
men time to continue their investigation
and capture the man known as the prin
cipal in the thefts, and possibly two other
PURE MILK SAVES
Eastern I'liysirians Testify
lU'iii'fits of Inspection.
KEPT BMC SPEC! A U
Xc Tork. Oct. It Several Important
papers were read at the sison of the
New York State Medical Association at
the Academr of Medicine. No. 17 West
Fort) -third street. Doctor R. Abrahams
of this city discoursed on "Sea Mathlng for
Some Forms of Skin Diseases." and Doc
tor I. J. Douglas of Vtlca. N. Y.. on the
treatment ot "Stab Wounds of the Abdo
men." "The Relation of the Municipal Milk
5upply to the Health of Children" was the
theme of a paper prepared bv Doctor
George. W. Golrr of Rochester. N. Y.
Doctor Abrahams said that In cases of
persons afflicted with certain skin diseases
he found sea bathing to bo a reliable and
certain curative agent. Thee result". In
his opinion, were due. In addition to the
medicated Qualities of the salt water, to
lengthy Immersion under agreeable cir
cumstances, the pounding of the billows
on the skin and exposure to the sunshine.
Doctor Goler flrt described Inspection of
the municipal milk stations at Rochester.
He declared that as milk Is the chief and
necessar) food for Infants It should be
clean from Its wjurce. He sold further
that the methods of milk Inspection In
vogue at Rochester were intended to les
sen the Infantile mortality In that city.
Doctor Gout's paper created consider
able discussion. It was said that because
of the advancement during the Inst year
in Chicago the lives of 1J.CW) children havo
been saved. This Improvement. It was ad
mitted, had extended to all the cities, nd
Inspection of milk Is saving the lives of
MUD CURE FOR OLD AGE.
Well-Dres"ed ilan Tells Police
He Is Taking It.
HEPt BI.IC SPECIAL
Iloston. Oct. II Bareheaded and bare
fooled, out In the night and ruin, on Wal
tham street, sat 10-year-old Thomas J.
Moran. In the early evening, singing mer
ril) and splashing hLs feet In the gutter.
Ills clothes were of fine quality. He bad
the well-groomed appearance of a well-to-do
man. MudJy water and rain were on his
gray hair and otherwise spotless clothes.
At Station 5 he Informed the Lieutenant
that he was taking the mud-puddle cure
Tor old age. The old fellow said he came
from an Institution for old men In Somer
vllle When told that no such place existed he
replied that he was grieved to hear It.
Although no money was found on him.
his voice, hands and general appearance
indicate that he Is well connected, and
has had some mental aberration or porno
experience which bos made him cither for
get or conceal his real Identity.
In age and general appearance be Is
similar to the mud-puddle fiend who has
appeared rainy days In Brookllne lately.
The man was taken to the Chardon Street.
Home, where he seemed In his right mind,
cheerful and glad to gel Into a warm bed.
CHILD IS BURIED" ALIVE.
Jumps Into Grave and Brother
Topples Slab Over Opening.
Beaver Falls. Pa.. Oct. U. Clyde Gardi
ner, aged s years, a son of Mrs. Elizabeth
Gardiner, of near this place, was burled
alive In an abandoned graveyard near here
for several hours, and, according to the
confession of his brother William, aged 1.
he was the cause of his brother's tem
Ills brother confessed that while they
were In the old cemetery Clyde had
Jumped Into a sunken grave, and In the
spirit of fun William had toppled a mar
ble slab marking the grave over the open
ing, making his younger brother a pris
oner, Alabama Plar Iron for England.
Birmingham. Vla.. Oct. U. Cable ad
vices from Great Britain report several
purchases of Alabama plkT Iron, made In
large sized lots, for shipment to Liver
pool, and Glasgow via New Orleans and
In addition to this several Great Britain
brokers are making persistent efforts to
bill large orders of Alabama, firms. The
export trade, which has been dormant
since the iron boom, appears to be. pick
ing up again with the downward trend In
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Man Loses Seven Fowls, but
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