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But "Nix, Also No, Not
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est flock of birds in U. S. Won more
ribbons and silver cups than all my
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PITTSBUItG, April 13. When
Marty O'Toole let it no known the
other day through the medium of a
Pittsburg paper that ho was un
married, a lot of impulsive members
of the fair sex construed his words
as a hint that to him the joys of
bachelordom were beginning to pall.
About thirty of the dear things have
taken advantage of the leap year
privilege and sent in their various
proposals in the form of dainfy billet-doux.
On condition that the names of
the writers should not bo disclosed,
the somewhat embarrassed recipient
allowed the war correspondents to
read the letters from the smitten
ones. One of the letters is from
a Wellsburg girl and reads:
"Dear Friend As I have seen in
the Pittsburg rnpers that you aro
wanting a wife I take the liberty of
writing you. I am a girl of 1" years,
"i feet C inches in height, and weigh
113 pounds. I have dark hair and
eyes. 1 have no photo just at present,-
but will send one later. Please
answer promptly, amd I am sure we
will become better acquainted, as 1
am near enough to Pittsburlc for you
to run down to see me some day
when you are not pitching."
Another young woman, living in
Pittsburg, Is much more impulsive
than the Wellsburg girl. She writes:
T am head over heels in love with
you. Mr. O'Toole, and all I want and
all I ask for is to be given a chance
to make you love me. I am IS years
old, 5 feet 1 Inch tall, weighing 150
pounds, and I have a good education.
I am a greater lover of baseball and
particularly of pitching. I do not
know how good a batsman4 you are,
but you have made a hit with me.
And I would like to make a home
run with you. Address me general
delivery, as mama and papa would
scold if they knew I did the bold
thing of writing to you, and they
aro anxious for me to complete my
term at school."
If the Buccaneer flinger ever meets
that girl he will give an exhibition
of side stepping that would do cre
dit to the greatest ring gcneml.
Nobody is going to rush Marty into
matrimony. He is too level-headed
to fall for that game. There is an
Ohio girl, who writes from a town
so small that to name it might dis
close her identity to her neighbors;
but her letter is ingeniously con
structed. She writes:
"A friend of mlno called my at
tention to an iirticlo in a paper in
which you indicate that you are sin
gle and would be willing to marry
the right kind of a girl. I don't
want you to think that I am too
bold, and yet wc do not get any
thing in this world if we keep on
waiting for things to turn up, do we?
I am well up on baseball, and I
know that you are tho greatest pit
cher in the world, and. that you
draw a salary of $22,500 a year. I
must congratulate you on scorching
for a wife, for you need a wife
provided she is the right sort to
look after you when you aro ill or
low spirited. I. think I would be that
person if I could succeed in inter
esting you. I am tho widow of a
baseball player whom you probably
heard of, and for all T know may
have met. Ho died two years ago.
I am 2C years of age, 5 feet 7 inches
tall, a 'decided blonde, with light hair
and blue eyes, and my mirror tells
me I am not plain. I hiive generally
been taken for a girl of twenty.
My husband used to say that he
owed all his success to me. We
saved a little money, too, and I am
sure that if our acquaintance should
ripen into matrimony. I could help
you to manage so that, we. could save
$20,000 a year' out of your salary."
Marty thinks this, widow is a for
tune hunter, and' h regrets that she
got the "dope" mixed on, "the price
paid for his release by" St'. Paul and
the figures in his contract with the
A girl writing from Wheeling, W.
Va., gives her version of minor and
major league baseball, and promises
a cabinet photograph if Marty will
favor her witli a reply. Another
girl in Susquehanna, Pa., admits to
30 summers but says nobody think?
she is more than 25, and says it has
always been her ambition to be the
wife of a baspball player. One young
woman in Missouri says she has In
herited a farm, and is worth $13,000
In her own right, but all the young
men she knows are all "so insipid."
She wrtnts a husband who amounts
to something in the world, and while
she is not certain Mr. O'Toole wil'
suit her, she says she intends to go
to St. Louis for the opening game,
and will arrange to meet him in the
parlor of the hotel at which the Pi
nates put up, if that arrangement will
Marty characterizes all these letters
as "rubbish," and he expresses amaz
ment that young women believe ev
erything they read in the papers,
and that so many of them pro silly
enough to propose marriage to a man
they have never soon..
Eat and (Jet Thin.
This is turning an old phrase face
about, but modern methods of reduc
ing fat have made this revision pos
If you are oVerfat and also averse
to .physical exertion and likewise fond
of the table and still want to reduce
your excess flesh several pounds, do
this: Go to your druggist (or write
tho Marmola Co., 213 Farmer Uldg.,
Detroit, Mich.) and give him (or send
them) 75 cents. For this njodest
amount of money the druggist will
put you in the way of satisfying your
ambition for a nice, trim, slim fig
ure. He will hand you a large case
of Marcola Prescription Tablets
(compounded in accordance with the
famous Marmola Prtscriptioa), one
of which von must talro after each
meal and at bedtime until you begin
to lose your fat at the rate of 12 to
lfi ounces a 'day. That is alU Just
go on eating what you like, leave
c-ercising. to the athletes but take
your little tablet faithfully and with
out a doubt that flabby flesh will
quickly take unto itself wings, leav
ing behind it your natural self, neatly
clothed in firm flesh and trim
Leveling Rough Land Ad
jacent to Club Grounds;
Power House Construc
tion; the. Week's Social
Events at the Clubs
RIGHT IN HIS LINE.
"Who was that man I had for n
partner at bridge last evening?"
"He's a writer of (farces."
"I might have known it."
"He made seme .mighty funny
' o - -
Make a Republican Want AQ do
tho work.- for you a "live -wire"
salesman" on the job : 24 hours a day.-
IXGLESIDE. Ariz. April 13. W. J.
Murphy's large outfit of men, mules,
Fresno scrapers, road graders and
land leveling machinery is still busily
engaged in reclaiming the desert land
immediately adjoining Ingieside on
Already two hundred acres nave
been leveled, bordered, ditched, plow
ed and made ready for alfalfa, and
work is being pushed rapidly on 1C0
The work on the new reclamation
service power plant at the Arizona
Falls has also been materially ad
vanced this week. -
Most of the forms nfc up for the
siphons conducting the overflow and
much of the concrete' is already in
place. Power concrete mixers have
been installed and every facility made
use of for rapid work.
Easter at Ingieside was begun by
tho usual hunt by tho children for
rabbit nests and caster eggs. Owing
to the thoughtfulncss of some of the
ladies, rabbits (of the papier macho
variety) were found as well as eggs
and the children had a time that will
not soon be forgotten.
Mrs. F. E. Marshall entertained she
ladies of Ingieside and Mrs. Vernon
Clark of Phoenix at her bungalow on
Mr. Warren McArthur and Mrs.
McArthur's mother, Mrs. Olive E.
Weston, left for their home in Chi
cago on Saturday. Mrs. McArthur
remaining In the valley to attend the
wedding of her son Charles and Miss
Raima Chalmers, in May.
On Monday Mra. Clarence Lucas,
who with her children Miss Martha
and Marian and Masters Clarence,
Edward and Robert have been spend
ing the winter at Ingieside left on
Monday for their homo in Tacoma.
Mr. Roswell Skeel of New York
who haa been spending a week or
more at th Ingieside club left Mon
day for the East.
Mrs. J. M. Withcrspoon of Ingie
side, who has been confined to her
cottage by illness for the vase two
weeks is very much better and was
able to make her appearance at the
club house dining room yesterday.
Among the callers at the Ingieside
club last week were Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Ilartranft. Mrs. Tweed, Dr. and
Mrs. Simms. Dr. Le Baron, Mrs. Des
Mukes, Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Chalmers,
Mi sit Chalmers. Mr.' and Mrs. Lock
hart, Mr. A. O. Bartle-a. Miss Bart
lett. Judge English. Mr. W. J. Mur
phy. Mr. Ralph Murphy. Mr. Ca3per
and Mr. II. F. Lambert.
SOLD Iff MRS. M HUGH
Well Known Home Place of Mrs. J.
C. Adams, Changes Hands.
The "Marguerite Ranch" owned by
Mrs. J. C. Adams and known as one
of tho handsomest country homes in
the valley was sold early in the week
to Mrs. Charles McIIugh of Chicago.
Tho consideration was $18,000 and the
deal was closed through the offices
of Cassidy and Day. The place con
sists of 7V acres, finely improved.
The buildings are placed in the midst
of a park of oriental and evergreen
shrubery. Mrs. McHugh is the mother
of Miss McHugh who today became
the bride of Winsor Day. a wealthy
and prominent real estate operator.
Associated Press Dispatch
SPOKANE, April 13. The Spokane
county republican committee today
adonted a resolution indorsing Roose
velt for president. The resolution
was declared out of order by Chair
man, Horace Kimball, but on appeal
he was x'oted down.
Freinds of tho president say that
the administration hand will be felt at
the meeting of the sVto convention
of Ohio in May or June. To demon
strate control of the state committee
and settle the fact that there will be
but ono convention is about all the
administration, so It is slated, plans
onjdolngat the committee '-meeting-.
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