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FTJBLISHKD EVER FRIDAY.
E. L. BLUB
Entered nt the Porrysburg r-)8tofflco
as second-class matter.
THE JOURNAL is dated Friday, but
the paper goes to press every Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, In order that It
may reach Its readers In various locMl
tles by Friday mornlntr.
Long Dlstanco Tolophono No. 21.
Ono dollar per year If paid hi advance.
One dollar and flrty cents If Not paid is
Cards of Thanks. Obituary Poetry snS
Resolutions of Respect are published at
the rate of 6 cents per lino only. Thero
will be no deviation from this rule.
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1012.
1 ntn a candidate for tho nomina
tion for Commissioner to succeed
E. L. Loomls and will appreciate the
votes and influence of all voters. The
office of Inflrmnry Director being
ibollBhed by tho last legislature, gives
mo but one term In that office.
JOHN OROFT, Porrysburg.
Editor Journal: Please announce
my name as candidate for county
commissioner for renomlnatlon at
the Hay primaries on tho Republican
ticket. Any favors will be apprec
iated. JOHN ISCH, Lake twp.
Please announce that I am a
candidate for county commissioner
on the Republican ticket supject to
the will of the voters at the May
primaries. All favors will be ap
preciated. J. D. CONKLIN,
ARCHBISHOP DENOUNCED UK
CALL. Archbishop Ireland, In speaking at
the Grant celebration, denounced the
recall of judges and judicial decisions
In the strongest terms.
On the political problem the Arch
bishop declared that tho main ques
tion was how are the people to gov
ern, whether directly or through
representatives, acting under consti
tutional limitations. He sketched the
framing of the constitution, and said
"Stability of constitution and law
is the vital condition of social order,
of continuous economic progress.
What becomes of this stability when
a small percentage of voters may at
their caprice suspend decrees of legis
latures, call for alterations' in exist
ing laws, propose as projects of law
their wants and fancies? It is the
road to social revolution. Into it we
may at any moment he cast by a
small minority of the people often
the precise minority which least de
serves the protective hand of govern
ment." TO SAVE FAMILIES FIRST.
The unwritten law of the seas,
"Women and children first," as ob
served in the Titanic tragedy, is
wrong, according to Mrs. Donald H.
Hooker, prominent in society and
women's club circles of Baltimore.
Mrs. Hooker said:
"I bolleve it is just as Important to
savo a man as a woman, and so the
law of the sea, 'Women and children
first,' is not applicable, at least until
the unity of the family has been pre
served. No other arrangement Is
durable until the last whole family
has been saved or decided to die to
gether, then tho question of chivalry
may give preference to the woman,
though the question is so great that
no one has a right to say. Tickets
should be issued to each passenger
taking passage, assigning thorn to a
certain lifeboat in families, as they
purchase their passage.. Then in the
moment of disaster families should
be sent Into the boats together."
In view of tho fact that only one
woman on tho Titanic declined to
take advantage of tho prerogative
accorded her sex, it is doubtful If a
very large per cent, of women will
agree with Mrs. Hooker.
It Is said tho Stat Dairy and
Food Commissioner expects to make
Ohio a hot place for food adulterers
and short weight dealers, but so
many bluffs have been made along
this lino that wo expect tho adulter
ations and short weights will, like
the brook, "go oni and on, forever."
In Wood county we have an official
appointed to look after the weights
and measures, but nothing haB been
heard of him sinco he was appointed.
A law was passed requiring vege
tables to be sold by weight, but no
body has been ablo to purchase any
thing in that manner. Who knows
If thero are any inaccurate scales In
Wood county? Nobody! Who knows
anything about tho enforcement of
the lawB pertaining to pure food and
dairy products In Wood county? No
body! What's? tho ubo of enacting
such Jaws If they are not to bo en
forced? William Jennings Dryan, three
times candidate for President, will
make a call at Tontogany, Tuesday,
May 7, at 0 o'clock p. m., and mako
a 40 minute speech,
m i ujBrarlcaiaHXJiatHmuiimi urn unm aiiarifc
J. D. Ccnklln, ono of Weston's
most prominent citizens, has entered
tho race as ft candidate for Commis
sioner. Mr. Conklln has been ono
of Weston's most prominent and ca
pablo business mon, Is n staunch Re
publican and a most worthy repre
sentative of tho people
Tho wlfo of a Milwaukee barber
sued for-a divorce, and as an oxhiblt
In her petition, Introduced a mem
orandum bobk of her husband's, in
which Is a list of 50 of hlo affinities.
Hubby comes back with a counter
chargo In which ho declares that
wiflo had an equal number of
"crushes," and tho court Is now to
decide which should havo tho di
vorce. Certainly theirs wnB a very
Keep tho boy on tho fnrm by giv
ing him encouragement In his work.
Let him know that his work is ap
preciated und that ho will have a di
rect share In the results of his la
bors. This is ono of the problems
that must bo solved by tho farmer,
and the Stato board of Agriculture
is trying to encourago tho boys by
planning nnd conducting a party qf
Ohio boys on a tour to Washington,
D. C. Those who go will bo the suc
cessful ones in a corn raising non
test. Any boy who wishes to enter
this contest can secure Information
by calling at tho Journal office.
II FINE RECORD,
Forty nine years of attendanco in
tho public schools without a single
tardy marls. Mr. J. Davis and his
children are those who havo reason
to be proud, for in all their school
years forty-nine in all the children
have not ono tardy mark to marr their
records. This fact alone would make
an exceptional recommendation for
business purposes or in character.
Wo are inclined lo think that not
another such record can bo found in
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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL,
STONY RIDGE. t
On last Monday occurred tho mar
rlagoof Convm Waggoner, -15, promi-l
nont merchant and storekeeper of this
place to Kathryn C. Elahn, 40, dress
maker of LoMoyno. It was a quiet
affair nnd came as a surprise to many
of their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wiig
gonor will occupy the house owned by
Ira Shook and recently vacated by Gus
Elliot. They havo tho best wishes of
their many Stony Itldgo friends. Tho
ceremony was porformed by Key. Bal
langer. , jj
Mrs. Olias. Davis who resides on a 2
farm south of here underwent an op- J
oration at a Toledo hospital a week ?
ago Sunday. Her coudltian Is report-
od improving.. i$
Albert Swartz, is very busy waiting a
on customers in his furniture Btore as
the result of a discount sale. lie re-,
ports the salo a success. '
Con Uowersox of I'emberville was
visiting frlondt at this placo over Sun
Miss Jolce Karg, of Tiffin is visiting
hor aunt Mrs. Feighner.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Elliot are vislti g
tho parents of Mrs. Elliot who reside
in the southern part of the state.
Mr. Eiliot has recently purchased
the house nnd lot in town owned by E.
F. Metzger of Bowling Green.
It has been reported that Geo. Bean,
his mother and sister Ethel who have
been spending tho winter in California
expect to start for Ohio about May l.
They weut-westlastfall to benefit Miss
Ethel's health and' have spent most of
the time in California and New Mexi
co. J. D. Stith operator recently at
Lucky, has taken up the work at this
place as second trick operator. Ho
and his wife occupy tho house owned
by Ira Shook and recently vacated by
Fred Keppler, quarryman, of this
place, who has made his home for the
past few years with Fred Xollenberger
nnd family will now make his home
with Mrs. Nellie Baker and family.
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: . . . Address
NEW RACE NEAR THE POLE
Explorers Steffansaon and Anderson
Find Men With Red Beards In
Tidings of a hitherto unknown rnco
hao been received in dispatches from
Stefansson and Anderson, who aro
conducting nn expedition la tho far
Tho strange race was located in
Victoria Land, north of Capo Bexley.
Ono theory of their origin is that
they may bo descendants of an an
cient Icelandic colony from Green
land. Of unusual interest is the fact
that the natives bear names that can
bo translated Into English, suggesting
that survivors of tho Franklin expedi
tion may havo lived among them.
They havo some Scandinavian char
acteristics and aro different from any
other American aborigines. Two of
them wore beards of a reddish color
and all had light eyebrows. Nothing
learned from them Indicated that tho
race as it exists today had ever seen
a white man.
The courier who first went forward
to parley with them almost lost his
life, when a native attacked him with
a knife. Friendly advances were Anal
ly successful, and by means of the
sign language and tho assistanco of
native guides communication was held.
Tho -race waB an aboriginal ono
called A-ku-H-a-kat-tag-ml-ut. It had
been believed that tho territory was
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THE WITCHING HOUR.
A drama of exceptional strength
by Augustus Thomas, and which en
joyed a phenomlnal run at the Hack
ett theater, New York, will be of
fered Toledoans by the Hackett com
pany at the Lyceum next week,
starting Sunday night. This will be
the llrst showing of this play in To
ledo in stock. The subject of the
pieco Is mental telepathy, tho com
munication of thoughts from one
mind to another. The principal
character Is a highly intellectua..
man, John Brookfleld, a gambler,
who, on the development of the plot,
finds himself to bo possessed of ex
traordinary hypnotic power. That
faculty he exercises upon a jury on
gaged in the trial of a youth, who in
a sudden frenzy of inherited aver
sion to a cat's eye Jewel, has killed
a man for obtruding that offensive
jem upon his notice. Brookfleld,
likewise through the medium of tho
press, Inflames tho public mind
against the prosecuting attorney in
that trial and it is intimated that
tho jury is hypnotically impressed
by the transference of thought from
the community. Tho young man, at
any rate, is acquitted. Tho discred
ited prosecutor thereupon tries to
murder Brookfleld but that gifted
man's hypnotic power serves to pro
Mr. Norman Hackett in the role
of John Brookflold will be seen to
splendid advantage and the entire
supporting company have been cast
In such a manner that tnelr Indi
vidual qualifications stand out
strongly. There will bo matinee per
formances of "The Witching Hour"
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The parents who responded to the
invitations sent out by the children of
the first and second grades of the
schools listened to a most delightful
program on tho afternoon of the 20th
tfothor Gooso and the most of her
family were present. There was the
Old Woman, who lived In a shoo, Jnck
Horner, who sat in her corner, Hump
ty Dumpty, who sat on a wall, Bo
Poep who lost her sheep, Miss Mufllt
who sat on a tufllt, Tommy Tucker,
Simple Simon who mot n pieman, tho
contrary MiBtross Mary, Jack and Jill,
Boy Blue with his horn( Mother Hub
bard with her poor dog, King Cole and
his fiddlers, Jack tho nimble, little
Polly, Queen of Hearts and the Knave
of Hearts yes, they were all there
and they sang and played their parts
Fpllowmg "Mother Gooso" woo a
pretty and dainty Flower Garden,
What a wonderful garden it was I The
little gardeners raked and planted and
then the flowers grew and grow until
sunshine and rain brought tho procious
blossoms -nasturnum, jaoK-ln-pulplt,
poppy, forget-me-not, buttercup, sweet
pea and rose. What a boquot they
made! How happy the gardnera were I
And tho audionco was just as happy,
und the children the hupplest of all.
The teachers havo been receiving con
gratulations siuce the program.
Tho exercises of tho third grade and
the fifth grade for Arbor Day were
held Friday p. m. No special invita
tions were sent out for theso yet some
interested parents were prosent and
were well repaid for their attendance.
Tho spirit of Arbor Day was present
and birds, trees and ilowi rs will have
better friends in the childreu who
took oven u little part in the exercise.
Declaring tho necessity for tho Im
provement of Louisiana Avenue from
Jf'ront .Street to Indiana Avenue in tho
Vlllago of Perrysburg, Ohio.
WHEREAS, The owners of a major
ity of thu foot fiontage to bo assessed
tor the Improvement of Louisiana Ave
nue from Front Street to lndiuna
Avenue in the Village of Perrysburg,
Ohio, have petitioned in writing for thu
improvement of Louisiana Avenue be
tween said points; and
WHEREAS, l'lans, specifications, es
timates and profiles for said proposed
.mpiovcment have been procured nnd
aio now on iilo In the olllco of the Cleric
jf the said Village showing the pro
posed grade of thu said street and Im
provement after completion, with rofer
jnco to tho property abutting thereon;
Now Therefore, Ho It Resolved by tho
Council of tho Vlllago of Perrysburg,
Ohio, that tho Improvement of Louisi
ana Avenue from tho Southerly lino of
Fiont Street to tho Southerly line of
indlana Avenue, In said village, except
ing that part of tho Intersection at
Third Street occupied by the tracks of
tho C, H. & I). R. R. Co., by paving tho
lamo with brick or asphalt block or
jther substantial paving materials laid
on a concrete foundation, with stone
jurb, or cement curb and gutter, as
jliown by said plans, specifications, es
timate and piollles, is hereby declared
necessary. The grade of tho street to
oe improved, and the grado or elevation
of the curb shall bo as shown on the
above mentioned pluns, specifications,
estimates and prollles, and said pluns,
jpeclllcatlons, estimates and prollles aro
Tho corporation of Perrysburg shall
pay ono fourth of tho costs and expense
of said Improvement, which amount
shall Include the cost of Intersections
and tho amount which may bo appor
tioned to thu lots owned by tho Village
and occupied by tho Way Library,, and
tho balance of such cost and expense,
shall bo paid by special
assessments levied and assessed upon
tho following lots and lands In tho cor
poration, In proportion to tho benefits
which may result from tho Improve
ment, it being hereby declared and
determined thut all said lots and lands
will be, specially benefited by said Im
provement, to-wlt: All lots and lands
Included within tho district bounded as
follows: On tho northorly side by
Front Streotr' on tho easterly sldo by
tho alley between said Louisiana Ave
nuo and Elm Street; on tho southerly
4UI0 by Indiana Avenue; and on tho
Wostorly sldo by tho alley between said
Louisiana Avenuo and Walnut Stroot, In
Said assessments shall bo payable In
ten equal annual Installments, tho first
installment to be paid with tho taxes
for the year 1912, nnd bonds shall bo
Issued in anticipation of tho collection
Tills resolution Is declared to bo an
emergency measure, and same shall
take effect upon its first publication.
- E. L. CLAY, Mayor.
Attest; JNO. W. LYONS, Clerk oC
Adopted Muy 1, 1912.
To Whom It May Concern:
You aro hereby notified that on Mayl,
1312, tho Council of tho Village of
Porrysburg, Ohio, passod and adopted
a resolution declaring tho necessity for
tho improvement of Louisiana Avenuo
from Front Street to Indiana Avenuo In
sad Vlllago. by paving tho same with
brick or asphalt block or other substan
tial paving materials laid on n con
crete foundation, with stone curb, or
cement curb and gutter, to bo paid for
In part by special assessments assessed
upon tho horoinaftur described special
ly benefited lots and lands in propor
tion to tho benefits which may result
from tho Improvement, to-wlt: All tho
lots and lauds Included within tho dis
trict hounded us follows: On the
northorly sldo by Front Stroot, on tho
easterly sldo by tho alloy between said
Louisiana Avenue and Elm Street; on
tho southerly sldo by Indiana Avonue,
and on tho westerly sldo by tho alloy
between said Louisiana Avonua and
Walnut Street, in said Village
Porrysburg, Ohio, May 1, 11)12.
JNO. W. MTON0, Clerk of Council,