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THE PJ2RRYSBURG, OHIO. JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
DIDN'T NEED TO READ LINES
Amateur Palmist Had Other Lines of
Information Which Aided Her In
Tho fair amateur palmUt looked at
,tho loft hand of tho swcot girl long
and earnestly. Breathlessly she wait
ed for the palmist's next words.
"Ah! I see by your hand that you
aro ongaged to bo married," said tho
Palmist. ''And," continued tho read
er of tho future and tho past, in a
moro cutting tone, "I aeo that you aro
ongaged to Mr. Moonoy."
"Oh I It's perfectly extraordinary,"
burst out the blushing Elrl. "How
can you know that?"
"By my long study of tho aclonco,"
was tho reply.
"But surely tho linos on my hand
cannot tell you tho na "
"Who said anything about lines?"
replied tho prophetic ono, with with
ering scorn. "You aro wearing tho
engagement ring I returned to him
three wooks ago."
ECZEMA CAME ON SCALP
Lebanon, O. "My eczema started
on my thigh with a small pimple. It
also- camo on my scalp. It began, to
Itch and I began to scratch. For
eighteen or twenty years I could not
tell what I passed through with that
awful itching:. I would scratch until
tho blood would soak through my un
derwear, and I couldn't talk to my
friends on tho street but I would bo
digging nnd punching that spot, until
I woo Tory much ashamed. The itch
ing was ao intenso I could not sleep
after onco in bed and warm. I certain
ly suffered torment with that eczema
for many years.
"I chased after everything I oyer
heard of, but all to no avail. I saw
tho advertisement for Cuticura Soap
and Ointment and sent for a samplo.
Imagine my delight when I applied the
first doso to that awful itching fire
on my leg and scalp, in less than a
mlnuto tho itching on both ptaceg
ceased. I got soma more Cutlcurs
Soap and pintment After the second
day I never had another itching spell,
and Cuticura Soap and Olntmont com
pletely cured mo. I was troubled with
awful dandruff all over my scalp. Tho
Cuticura Soap has cured that trouble."
(Signed) I. R. Fink, Jan. 22, 1912.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Samplo of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cuticura, DepL L, Boston."
Something to Be Thankful For.
Michael Meehan was the proud pos
sessor of a brand now silk high hat.
At the lyako of his dearest enemy ho
had guarded It carefully, and as a
consequence was strolling home with
the tile unscathed. As he passed- the
site of a building operation, a lady
acquaintance noddod pleasantly.
With an ostentatious wave of tho
hat, which exhibited it to excellent ad
vantage. Michael bowed. At the same
moment a brick sailed down from an
upper floor and bounced from hln
bared skull. Upon coming to he in
quired anxiously for the hat. A by
stander restored It unharmed, Mike
felt the egg-sized lump on his head
occasioned by the impact of the brick,
and then regarded ' his undamaged
tile. "Begorry," ho sighed In satis
faction, "it's lucky it is I saw tho
, Familiar to "Mike."
A negro clairvoyant who for some
tlma masqueraded aa a Hindoo, was
recently visited by a. collector, Mlko
"Ah," smiled the clairvoyant, "ze
genzelman wantz zo palm read?"
"No," .said Mike, "ze genzelman has
ze bill for you."
When tho bill was produced the
palm reader forgot his Hindoo an
cestors and a stream of perfect Eng
lish swear words poured from his
"Ah." said Mike, smiling, "zo gen
zelman soundR moro liko ze Indiana
avenue zan ze Hindoo." Indianapolis
News. , ,
Only after trying does a man realize
tho many things he can't do,
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NAMELTIN BOTH THE OHIO HOUSE
OF REPRESENTATIVES AND IN
PLUMS GO TO THE DEMOCRATS
Smith Welsh Heads the Liquor Com
mittee Herbert Blgelow Is Made
Chairman of the Cities Body and
Warnes to Write I. & R. Legislation.
Columbus, Ohio. CommltteeB select
ed by tho Ohio Legislature have been
announced. Chairmanships all went to
Democrats. Republicans and Bull
Moosers will havo to bo content with
Tho Houso committees aro made up
Appropriations nnd Finance Cowan,
Chairman; Kennedy. Felllwjer, Boggs,
Beyer, Donaldson, Morris, Clark. Lelst,
Guthery, Wlnans Jenkins, Bonnet, Scott
Cities Blgelow, Chairman; Mills, Frlck,
Venus, Donaldson, Black, Hamilton, Car
roll, Orrlson, Cooper, Colter, Knlf of
Codes, Courts and Procedure Winters,
Chairman; Terrell, DufTey, Stivers, Clark,
Kllraln, Schwelkert, Mueller, Agler, Nye,
King of Franklin.
Constitutional Amendments and Initia
tive and Referendum Warnes, Chairman;
Doster, Bead of Summit, Blgelow, Muel
ler, Bishop, Bchne, Vollmer, Davis, Scott
Judiciary Kllpaptrlck, Chairman; Sny
der of Hamilton, Conway, Kessler, Krac
mer. Smith of Butler, Young, Crlswclt of
Morrow, Snyder of Pickaway, Collins,
Vonderhelde, Reld of Fayette, Williams,
Diser and Tatlow.
Labor Chapman, Chairman; Vollmer,
Hoffman, Lambert, Fell, Brennan,
Thomas, Kllpaptrlck, Robinson, Tatlow
Manufacturers and Commerce Terrell,
Chairman; Slebert, Duffey. Orllkowskl,
Hunter, Horwltz, Smith of Morgan, Jack
son and Scott.
Mines and Mining Lambert, Chairman;
Hlte, Acker, Bour, Rhulman, Shanley,
Tetlow, Woodworth and Freeman.
Prisons and Prlaon Reform Black of
Wyandotte, Chairman; Collins, Kllraln,
Foreman, Qulnllsk, Bishop, Jenkins, An
Privileges and Elections Black of
Hamilton, Chairman; Blgelow, Brennan,
Hluhop, Young. Appenzeller, Read of Sum
mit, Orrlson, Hoover, Alger, Gllson.
Public Health Cameron, Chairman;
Schaefer, King of Ashtabula, Winter
mute, Dickson, Crlswell of Coshocton,
Doster, Morris. Wlnans, Dcaton, Kemerer.
Public Schools Hoagltn, Chairman;
Barthelmch, Crlswell of Monow, Detrlck,
Dickson, Kramer, Lowry, Morris, Shanley,
Crawford, Brown of Union, Deaton', Gll
son, Pence, Wlnans.
Public Utilities Mills. Chairman;
Schwelkert, Warnes. Orrlson, Lambert,
Conway, Rhulman, Black of Wyandotte,
King of Franklin, Capelle, Jackson.
Public Waterways Orrlson, Chairman;
Appcnzouer, Terrell, .Mueller. uriiKowswi.
Foreman, Anderson, Pence, Brown of
Public Works Foreman. Chairman:
Beatty, Read of Summit, Wlntermute,
Crawford, Welsh, Bonnell, Reynolds, Ro
binson. Rules and Leglslatlvp Procedui e Swain,
Chairman; Lowry, Kllpaptrlck, Reld of
Taxation King, Ashtabule, Chairman;
Detrlck, Nungesser, Bour, Mills, Snyder
(Pickaway), vnrncs. Black (Hamilton),
Conover, Capelle, DaviH.
Universities, Colleges nnl Normal
Schools Quthery, Cnalrman; Crlswell
(Coshocton), Etllng. Young, Warnes,
Wlntermute, Plank, Tlumb, Thatcher.
Villages Reppert, Chairman: Walsh,
Kessler, Stivers, Nungesser, Detrlck, Bon
nell, Scott, Dlser. v
"Ways and Means Duffey, Chairman;
Kessler, Frlck, Vonderhelde. Cuthery, Er
tel. Winters, Schaefer, qllson,- Plumb,
Agriculture Brown (Ashland). Chair
man; Guthery, Nungesser, McGuffoy,
Hunter, Cameron; Snyder (Hamilton),
Fell, Murphy, Kathc, Pence, IcCormlck,
White, Plank, Hoover.
Banks and Banking Kennedy, Chair
man; Holl, Doster, Clark, Boggs, Brown
(Ashland), Smith (Butler), Terrell, Con
over, Belgherd, Plank.
Benevolent and Penal Institutions
Crlswell. Chairman; Morris, Schwelkert,
Sweeney, Sclbert, Rhulman. Dickson,
Smith (Butler), Cameron, Orlikowakl. Ro
binson. Brown (Union), White, Plumb,
Civil Service Bartholomeh, Chairman;
Lelst. Shnnley, Murphy, Cowen, Bonnell,
Conservation of Natural Resources
Read (Summit), Chairman. Beyer, Craw
ford, Chapman, Etllng, Bchne, Davis, Col
Corporations Frlck, Chalunan; Lustlg,
Venus, Collins, Boggs, Doster, Colter,
Enrollment Carroll, Chairman: Acker,
Thomas, Ertel, Fulton, Agler, Woodworth,
Federal Relations Fulton, Chalrmnn;
Mills, Behne, "Welsh, Black (Wyandotte),
Dickson, McGuffey, Acker, Holl, Chirk,
Thatcher, Jenkins, Kemerer.
County Affairs Appenzeller. Chalrmnn:
Bartholomeh. Stivers, Schwelkert, Craw
ford, Lelst, Relghard, Colter, Agler.
Dairy and Food Products Conway,
Chairman: Schaefer. Nungcsses, Vonder
helde, Crlswell (Coshocton), Qulnllsk,
Smith, Morgan, Hastings, Deston.
Fees nnd Salaries Thomas, Chairman;
Beyer. Orllkowskl, Cowan, Qulnllsk, Crls
well (Coshocton) Relghard, Plank, Free
man. Fish and ". Game Mueller. Chairman;
Fell, King (Ashtabula county), Reppert,
Lest I p. Lowry, Pence, Jackson, McCor
mlck. Insurance Felllngcr, Chairman: Venus,,
Kennedy, Foreman, Beatty, Horwltz, Hall,
Stltz. Cramer, Reld (Fayette county),
Smith, Morgan, Dlser, Nye.
Library Smith. (Butler), Chairman;
Winters. Etllng. Hlte, Snyder (Hamilton),
Freemun nnd Hastings.
Liquor Traffic and Temperance Welsh,
Chairman: Chapman, Snyder (Pickaway),
Hunter, Sweeney, Horwltz, Barthelmah,
Hoffman, Cooper, Anderson and Gllson.
Military Affairs Shanley, Chairman;
Walsh, Slebert, Beatty, Kathe, Stivers,
Capelle, Deaton and Nye.
Phraseology Etllng, Chnlrman; Lustlg;
Crlswell, Morrow, Carroll, Hoaglln,
Thatcher and Plumb.
Public Buildings nnd Lands Bour,
diali man; Vollmer, Brown (Ashlnnd),
Biennnn, McGuffey, Colter and Reynolds.
Public Highways Hlte, Chairman, Fell,
Kathe, Rhulman, Horwltz. Ertel, Murphy,
Walsh, Anderson, Smith, Morgan und Mc
Cormlck. Will Discuss Railroad Bills.
Bills relative to railroads and rail
road employes proposed nnd pending
In tho Ohio legislature aro to ho diB
cussed and. considered at a joint moot
ing of flvo of tho local organizations
of railroad men to be hold hero. Tho
orders whiqh will bo represented arc
tho Brothorhood of Locomotive En
gineers, Brotherhood of, Locomotive
Firemen, Brothorhood of Locomotlvo
Engineers and FJromen, Qrdor of Rail
road Conductors, and Brothorhood of
Publics Printing Behne, Chairman: Car
rol), Acker, Reppert, Terrell, Hoover,
Conover and Hastings.
Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans Home
Brennan, Chairman; Kessler, Hoaglln,
Hoffman, Cameron. Beyer, Cooper, Ander
son and McCormlck.
State Economic Betterment Donaldson,
Chairman: Cameron, Snyi'r (Hamilton),
Detrlck, Hoaglln, Blgelow, Read, Sum
mitt, Young, Thatchor, Tetlow, King nnd
Supplies and Expenditures Ertel,
Chairman; Sweeney, Brown (Ashland),
Hoffman, Collins, Welsh, Freeman. Agler,
Agriculture Brown of Ashland, Chair
man; Guthery, Nungesser, McGulTey,
Hunter, Cameron, Snyder (Hamilton
county), Fell, Murphy, Kathe, Pence, Mc
Cormlck, White, Plank. Hoover.
Appropriations and Finance Cowan,
Chairman; Kennedy, Felllnger, Boggs,
Boyer, Donaldson, Morris, Clark. Lelst,
Guthery, Wlnans, JenklnB, Bonnell, Scott,
Banks and Bnnltlng Kennedy, Chair
man; Holl, Doster, Clark, Boggs, Brown
(ABhland county), Smith (Butler county),
Terrell, Conover, Relghard, Plank.
Benevolent and Penal Institutions Crls
well (Coshocton), Chairman; Morris,
Schwelkert, Sweeney, Sclbert, Rhulman,
Dickson, Smith (Butler county), Cameron,
Orllkowskl, Robinson, Brown (Union
county), White, Plumb, Thatcher.
Cities Blgelow, Chairman; Mills, Frlck,
Venus, Donaldson, Black (Hamilton coun
ty), Carroll, urrison, cooper, i-uiw, aiuo
Taxation King (Ashtabula county),
Chnlrman; Detrlck, Nungesser, Bour.
Mills, Snyder (Pickaway county), Warnes,
Black (Hamilton county), Conover, Ca
University, Colleges nnd Normal
Schools Guthery, Chairman; Crlswell
(Coshocton ceunty), Etllng, Young;
Warnes, Wintering, Plank, Plumb,
Thatcher. . , .
Villages Reppert, Chairman; Walsh,
Kessler, Stivers, Nungesser, Detrlck, Bon
nell, Scott, Dlser.
ways ana Means uuuey, vna.irmuu.
Kessler, Frlcke, Vonderhelde, Guthery,
Ertel, Winters, Schaefer, Gllson, Plumb,
The Senate Committees are as follows:
Agriculture Cunningham, Chairman;
Cahlll, Welser, Cook, Wcygandt, Broad
Banks nnd banking Societies Zmunt,
Chairman; i Mooney, Potting, Holden,
Beckett, Beman, Moore.
Benevolent Institutions Hllleokamp,
Chairman; Wcygandt, Dolllson, Green
lund, Lloyd, Wise and Howard.
Claims Beckett, Chairman; Bernstein,
Seward, Welser, Potting, Broadstone and
Public Education Lloyd, Chairman;
Cahlll, Frelbolln, Jung, Hudson, Haas,
Wcygandt, Howard and Broadstone.
Enrollment McDermott, Cnalrman;
Broadstone, Holden, Green and Zmunt.
Fees and Salaries Hopple, Cnalrman;
Jung, Cunningham, Herner, Lloyd, Gal
lagher and Beman.
Federal Relations Flnnefrock, Chair
man; Green, Hopple, Gregory, Welser,
Hans, Weygandt, Beman and Gallagher.
Finance Mooney, Chairman; Frelbolln,
Gregory, Green, Cahlll, Haas, Hudson,
Flnnefrock, Lloyd, Dolllson, Howard and
Fish Culture and Game Herner. Chair
man; Hopple, Cunningham, Holden and
Commercial Corporations Jung, Chair
man; Bernstein, Herner, Klser, HUlcn
kamp, Beman and McDermott.
County Affairs Welser, Chnlrman;
Klser, Cook, Holden, Wcygandt, Zmunt,
Flnnefrock, Wise and Moore.
Drainage and Irrigation Wise, Chair
man; McDermott, Cunningham, Welser
Judiciary Frlebolln, Chairman; Gre
gory, Lloyd, Welser, Hopple, Jung,
Seward, Klser. Dolllson, Herner, Moore,
Broadstone and McDermott.
Labor Dolllson, Chairman; Green,
Greenlund, Haas, Cook, Howard and
Geological Survey Moore, Chairman;
Wise, Potting, Hlllenkamp and Klser.
Industrial Schools Cook. Chairman:
Haas, Seward. Hlllenkamp, Gallagher.
Insurance Haas. Chairman; Mooney,
Zmunt, Potting, Dolllson, Jung. Green,
Flnnefrock, Seward, Gallagher and Broad
stone. Prison and Frlson Reform Greenlund,
Chairman; Flnnefrock, Hudson, Cook,
Seward nnd Beman.
Privileges and Elections Bernstein,
Chairman; Gregory, Welser, Weybrandt,
Klser, Cunningham, Hlllenkamp, Beman,
Library Howard, Chairman; Potting,
Beckett. Bernstein and Cook.
Manufacturers and Commerce Wey
gandt, Chairman; Seward, Zmundt, Jung,
Herner, Wise and Howard.
Medical Colleges and Societies Klser,
Chairman: Cook, Flnnefrock, Hlllenkamp,
Beckett, Gallagher and Howard.
Military Affairs Holden, Chairman;
Hudson, Beckett, Jung, Potting, Broad
stone and Wise.
Mines nnd Mining Green, Chairman;
Dolllson, Hudson, Hass, Moore and Mc
Dermott. .Public Printing Potting, Chnlrman;
Dolllson, Hopple, Klser and Moore.
Public Woiks Seward, Chairman; Hop
ple, Jung. Mooney, Hudson, Weygandt,
Beckett, Herner, Dolllson, Broadstone and
Public Utilities Cahlll. Chairman: Gre
gory, Mooney, Hlllenkamp, Frelbolln,
Haas, Holden, Welser, Howard nnd Be
mon. Rules Green, Chairman; Frlebolln,
Gregory, Mooney, Cahlll and Howard.
Roads and Highways Hudson, Chair
man; Flnnefrock, Bernstein, Holden,
Jung, Cunningham, Wcygandt, Moore and
Municipal Affairs Gregory, Chairman;
Greenlund, Lloyd. Hlllenkamp. Cahlll,
Haas, Hudson. McDermott and Moore.
Soldlars and Sailors' Home Gallagher,
Chnlrman; McDermott, Hlllenkamp, Pot
ting, Herner, Hudson and Hopple.
State Buildings Beman. Chairman;
Wise. Potting, Zmunt and Beckett.
Temperance Greenlund. Chnlrman;
Cunningham, Seward, Dolllson, Herner,
Howard and Wise.
Sanitary Laws Cook, Chairman; Fln
nefrock, Klser, Greenlund nnd Gallagher.
Soldiers and Sailors' Orphans' Home
Broadstone. Chairman; Moore. Beckett,
Zmunt, Greenlund, Klser and Scwnrd.
Taxation Green, Chnlrman: Bernstein,
Gregory, Haas, Welser, Cunningham.
Herner, Hudson, Potting, Howard nnd
Constitution nnd Initiative and Rcfer-endum-r-Gregory,
Mooney, Zmunt, Hlllenkamp, Lloyd, Dol
llson, Beman and Gallagher.
Cox, Also Harmon, III,
"Inauguration Ceremonies Held;
Cox and Harmon in Hospital" would
make a good headline, but somo handy
explanations would be necessary to
mako tho greater portion of tho peo
ple believe tho statement. Every ono
who witnessed tho Inauguration knows
that the ceremonies were completed,
but any one who cares to take tho
trouble to call Grant hospital will
bo Informed that Cox and Harmon
wore in the hospital, in bed und In tho
sumo room. Instead of being James
M. Cox and Judson Harmon, tho hos
pital paUonts aro John Cox and W. E.
Harmon, respectively. Tho former is
suffering with an attack of grip and
tho latter with a brokon leg.
Scores the State Bakeshops.
In his annual report, Stato Sfcop
Inspector KearnB scores bakesbop
owners for trying to knock out tho
law prohibiting tho uso of cellars, for
bakeries, and manufacturers and
paronts for attempting evasion of tho
law against child labor. Ho recom
mends moro stringent regulations for
employment of women. Ho would bar
them from tho class of work that In
jures their morals and health. Ho
favors sovero penalties for tho abate
ment of sweatshop conditions.
LADY'S FOUR GORED 8KIRT.
This skirt lis a clover four-gored de
sign, and is up-to-the-minute in fash
ion features. It is simplo to make,
yet the lines ore excellent Tho skirt
closes at the left sido of tho front,
and may bo xnado with Empire or
regulation waist line. Any of tho
wanted skirting or suiting materials
may be employed.
' Pattern (5985) Is cut In sizes 22
to 30 Inches waist measure. Medium
Blzo will require 9 yards of 86 Inch
material of 6 yards of goods 44 inches
To procure this pattern send 10 cents
lo "Pattern Department," of this paper.
Wrlto name ana address plainly, ana bo
ure to give slzo and number of pattern.
NO. 5985. Sizfe ...... -..
NAME ..'. . ....
STREET AND NO.. . ....
This dainty little frock may be mado
of Jap silk, lawn, cashmere, chol
lls or mohair. It is nicely tucked
at tho shoulders front and back, and
the skirt may be plaited or gathered,
having straight lower edge. The neck
may be cut round or square, the, round
neck being finished with a bit of edg
ing end the square neck outlined with
a band of contrasting material or In
sertion, The pattern (5962) Is cut in sizes 4,
6 and 8 years. Medium size will re
quire 2 yards of 36 inch material,
and 1 yards of edging.
To procure this pattern senS 10 cents
to "Pattern Department," of this caper.
Wrlto name and address plainly, and bo
sure to give slzo and number
STREET AND NO.
3 STATE ,
Calendars All Upset.
Just which day is tho Fourth of
July of tho now republic of China? No
ono seems to bo sure.
According to the Oriental point of
view, the beginning of the robelllon
against tho Mancbu dynasty was the
uprising at Wu Chang; this was on
October 10, 1911. according to the
But until this year China has known
only the lunar calendar, and by this
tho rebellion began September 29. An
tho now government has adopted the
solar calendar, while allowing the use
of the old system temporarily, no one
is sure of the dato. In somo places eel.
ebratlons were held In September and
in others In October.
This is only ono InBtance of tho dif
ficulties in Btoro for tho new republic
The reform of tho calendar means au
economic rovolutlon, ns It will upset
all the old systems of weights and
measures, and all arrangements of
dates, commercial and religious.
"Men are a lot of four-flushers."
"They tell a. girl that all they want
Is to bask forovcr In tho sunshine of
her smile. And aftor marriage thoy
expect her to cook, mend clothes,
keep house and do an endless lot of
plain bard work."
With the Kiddles.
Elsie "My dogglo Is smarter than
yours. H$eoi how nicely ho begs?" Ma
bol " M My dogglo la too woll
bit o do anything eo common."
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Touching the Cardinal.
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