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INTO A CREEK
rive Boats Fell When Bed
',1 of Canal Gave Way.
jTSYRftcflsE, N. Y.
Jlour Mill on llic Canal's Bank
m was Wrecked and Two Brew
erics Almost Collapsed.
Syracuse, X. Y.. July 31. Tho
stono nrchca which support thn bed of
th Erlo canal at a point near the con
tor of this city whore It passes ovqr
Onondaga creek, gave way Tuesday
afternoon and five canal boats woro
drawn Into the bed of the creek be
noath, no feet of the wall of the wall
of tho threo-storj Kmpire flourlns
mill fell Into the water and the Bar
tela and tirconwny breweries, respect
ively on the north and south banks of
tho canal, woro threatened with demo
lition. Tho dtlver of the canal boat Peter
7. Itoler noticed that the boat was
moving too rapidly and hurriedly
moored It to the canal bank. Tho
ropo snapped like so much thread.
Carrying away a part of tho wall upon
which the nourlng mill stands. Fred
Hnco, tho owner of tho boat, brought
his wife and daughter on deck and
when tho boat ncared a safe section
of wall all Jumped to shore. Henry
Jlacc, 80 yeara old, father of the
owner, was standing In the stern of
the boat. Employes of tho Standard
Milling Co. leeched out to seize him
as tho boat approached tho vortex.
The boat swung toward tho wall and
thoy grabbed him as It took Us down
The Goodelle was tied up at the gas
plant to a crane. It pulled the crane
over and sevored a steel anchorage
cable. A foreman In thp gas plant
caught two women and a child as
they Jumped to the bank and the
boat was drawn into the break, fol-
lli- lowed by tho Major .1. J. Bailey.
owned by F. Davenport. Two boats
owned by Frank G. Fonts, of Xow
York, loaded with coal, were swept
into the vortex. Mr. Fouls' wife and
four children were saved by a deck
The remaining wall of tho Empire
mill Is badly cracked and will have to
The canal level at this point Is live
miles In length and Division Superin
tendent Wheeler Immediately ordered
the water drawn off. He said that tho
break was caused by tho arches of
the aqueduct over Onondaga creek
giving way. When the level Is emp
tied tho danger of flood In tho crpek
section north to Onondaga Lako will
pass, and tho backedup waters of
tho creok will flow uninterruptedly by
tho boats. All cannl tralllc Is tied up
and it will bo several days before the
damago can be repaired. The boats
and cargoes are total losses.
.Fairbanks Family Holds Reunion.
Dodham, Mn3s., July 31. More
than 500 descendants of Jonathan
Fairbanks, who camo from Sowerby,
England. In 1G3G, and settled In this
town, camo hero Tuesday to celebrate
the sixth annual reunion of tho Fair
banks family In America. The re
union was held In tho old Fairbanks
homestead, which was built by tho
founder of the American branch of
the family soon after his arrival hero
atid Is believed to be tho oldest dwel
ling in Now England. Speeches were
"made by Vico President Fairbanks,
ex-Mayor Qulncy. of Boston, and oth
ers. Found No Clue to Stranjjlers.
Now York, July 31. At a late hour
last night no arrests had been mado
In tho cases of tho two women who
wero strangled to death and whouo
bodies were dlscovoied one Monday
night and tho other Tuesday. De
tectives havo been unable to find any
traces of tho murderer or murderers.
Tho woman who was found dead with
a necktie knotted around her throat
In a boarding house has been Identi
fied ns Mrs. Sophia Kohior, wife of
Jacob Kohrer, of Buffalo.
A Coal Mine Merger.
East St. Louis, III., July 31. Tho
consolidation of ten coal mines anil a
waBhory under the name of the Bps-
noraer Coal Co,, capitalized at $1,000,-
000, pecamo known Tuesday. It Is
bellovcd that the merge) Is a step to
ward the ultimate consolidation of all
Uio mines along the Illinois Central
railway southward from heie.
Threatens MacLean with Death.
(Tangier, JUly 31. Mr. Lowthor, the
British minister hero, hue received a
loiter from, Sir Hurry MacLean. stat
log that Hilaiill, who" 'holds him prlri
oor,(ihjrcatenB to put him to deuth
unless Mohnnimfld f Tprros, tho ant
tafa'fi representative at Tangier with
draws troops from tho Klkmos terri
tory. UftCla 6am Attacks the Powder Trust.
(WilminBtoUv Dol., July .11. The
lUjaited States government on Tueg
lflJ5 began suit against tho so-callud
feafrtlCf trust in the United States
te$Mt lioro, Tho -govern men t asks
tkkt the DuPont Co., of Delaware, he
IfStftralnod fjom exorcising control
t&UL fiUbsldlary companies. Subpenus
ltf)T Issued returnable September 2.
0? rAlIIGI "U wn VlwyviiEUt
I ftPQie Iat July 31. Georno Tlpler
mid iito ;Uyear-old poa wort drowned
fttiattBfl? In a well on a farm ncmr Lli
ivswwvgf, - .
Walker Saya His Testimony was Falsi
Columbus, O., July 31. According
to an affidavit sworn to on Tuesday
by Frank Walker, the state of dhlo
will execute an innocent man If It
sends frank Earle, now confined lu
the penitentiary annex, to tho electrlo
chair. Walker placed tho statement
in tho hands of W. M. Kuntis. of Mt.
Vernon, who was Earle's attorney.
At the trial of Earle for tho murder
of William Legg, a Sidney store
keeper, Walker turned state's evi
dence and swore that Earle fired tho
fatal shot. Now he declares that
Earlo was In Hamilton when tho
crime took place and that his own tes
timony at tho trial was falso from be
ginning to end.
Arrested for Criminal Assault.
Itavenna, O., July 31. Arthur
Stnmm, 36 yoars old, a well-to-do
farmer of Freedom, Is under arrest on
ft charge of criminally assaulting his
11-year-old cousin, Bertha Stamtn.
The warrant was sworn out by tho
girl's brother. It Is claimed that
Stamm, who is married, attacked tho
girl on an unfrequented part of a
country road when she went from
school. The attention of the school
board was called to tho matter, but
tho members refused to net, and then
tho girl's brother was Informed and
ho swore out the warrant.
Grand Circuit Races.
Cloveland, July 31. Tho Grand Cir
cuit races opened at tho Glenvllle
track Tuesday afternoon. A very
small crowd was present. Tho 2:22
trot was won by Carlo. Codero won
second money. In the 2:13 pneo, In
which 11 horses started. Reproach
less took tho first and third heats and
tho race. Hidalgo took second money.
I-otta won the 2:13 trot, in which
there wero 17 starters, In two straight
heats. Dowltt was second and Wilkes
Hearst third. Blacklock was the win
ner of tho 2:07 pacing race, in which
eight horses started.
Anti-Saloon League's Receipts Grow.
Columbus, O., July 31. "Wo col
lected and disbursed more money last
year than in tho Herrlck-Pattlson
campaign," said Wayne B. Wheeler,
superintendent of tho Ohio Anti
Saloon league, Tuesday, In dlscusslr.g
tho financial statement of tho league
for the year ending June 30. "Each
year shows n gradual Increase in the
receipts over the one preceding. Last
year wo collected about J.'S.OOO and
spent about $2,000 less. The collec
tions were between J1.000 aud $2,000
more than the year before."
Additional Forgeries are Discovered.
Kenton, O., July 31, Developments
reveal tho fact that S. T. Black, the
attorney who has confessed to em
bezzling $28,000 of money belonging
to Dr. F. W. Sapp. of Columbus, by
giving falso mortgages, worked the
same scheme on Misses Anne and
Elizabeth Hawley, also of Columbus,
defrauding them out of over $2,000.
Black had become addicted to tho co
caine habit. What bocamo of tho
money he secured lllegully remains a
Was Afraid He Would be Burled Alive
BelJpfontalne, O., July 31. Accord
ing to tho wish exprossed by Lewis
Corlett, aged 7.", before he died, n
guard watches over his body in the
vault at North Lewlsburg cemetery.
He feared he would bo burled alive.
Tho body was not embalmed, was
kopt throo days beforo the funeral,
and will be guarded three days beforo
Oleo Dealers Will Test Butter Law.
Cloveland, July 31. Rather than
pay the lines Imposed by Justlco Will
iam Brown, oleomargarine dealers
will appeal to common pleas court
and test tho butter law. Brown as
sessed $4,0,'0 lines. The lines run
fiom $100 to $000 against each dealer.
It Is charged that the dealers sold
oleo for butter.
Three Men Injured In a Collision.
Ashtabula. 0 July 31. A collision
between a co.il and a milk train oc
curred at Brookfleld. on tho J. & F.
railway Monday night. Englncor F.
A. McDanlols, of Ashtubula; Flieman
Warren, of Ahlitulmla, and Engineer
Graham, of Youngstown, woro In
jured. A carload of calves was scald
ed to death.
Nominated for Mayor of Canton.
Canton, O.. July 31. H. J. Miller,
Trinity church Sunday-school superin
tendent. Is the candidate of the inde
pendent Citizens league, organlzod by
ministers, for mayor. The league is
tho result of the ministerial fight on
vice. Miller formerly was a member
of the board of safoty.
Lorain Woman Attempts Suicide.
Lorain. O., July 31. Mrs, Edward
Lynn will probably die from tho ef
fects of carbolic acid which she took
to commit suicide. Sho had quarreled
with somo of her neighbors and be
camo despondent ovor it.
Will Stay In Ironton.
Ironton, 0 July 31. Prof. Humph
rey, nfter doolarlng ho would accept
tho suporlntendoncy of tho stato blind
asylum, has decided to stay in Iron
ton as superintendent of public
Suicided by the Arsenic Route.
Fostorla, O., July 31. Ezra A. Cut
fol, aged 38, committed suicide Mon
day night by taking arsenic. o had
beon in poor health. A wldoiy and
tlireo small children survive,
Police Department to be Shaken Up.
Akron. O., July 31. Tho police tie
partment Is to he sunken up. Among
many charges Is one that a patrolman
In full uniform helped out a bartohdar
in a ruBli..-
THE MARION DAILY
THE INNOCENT ABROAD.
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The Innocent's Return.
Reports Huge Earnings
for Last Quarter.
Unfilled Business at Hand on June
30 was 7,600,000 Tons All
Previous Records Eclipsed.
New York, July 31. All records of
the United States Steol Corporation
In the manufacture of steel were
shown to havo been broken when the
company's report for the quarter end
ing June 30, 1907. was made public
Tuesday after a meeting of the board
of directors. The .report shows that
the company's total net earnings for
the spring quarter wero $li",u03,703, a
high water mark record for any single
quarter In tho company's history.
This record breaking total is an In
crease of $5,378,072 over the corres
ponding quarter last year.
The amount of unfilled business on
hand on June 30 was 7.003,878 tons,
an Increase of 791,289 tons ovor last
year. The directors said tho amount
of unfilled business on the company's
books was a barometric Indication of
tho steel making business. Tho state
ment also shows that $18,500,000 was
set aside after all charges, Interest
and dividends wore paid, for new
plants, additional property and con
struction. This is an increase of $5,
500.000 as compared with tho appro
priation for tho same purpose for tho
quarter ended Juno 30, 190C.
Tho total of tho company's quar-
iuriy uarmngs or tlo.bUa.TUa was
reached after deducting all oxnonsos
inciueni to operation, tnclud nc thoso
for ordinary repairs nnd malntonnncn
of plants, employes' bonus funds, nnd
Interest on bonds and fixed charges
of subsidiary companies. Thoso fig
ures oxceed the highest earnings for
any previous quarter by $3,758,741.
The balance of surplus for tho quar
ter, after all charges. Is $3,497,080.
Dock Laborers and Police Strike.
Bolfost. July 31. That tho authori
ties view seriously the local situation
nrlslng fiom the strike of dock lohor
ers for Increased pay and shorter
hours, whlrh has beon aggravated by
tho revolt of tho police, who nro de
manding moio pay bocauso of tho ex
tra work tho strlko entails, Is evi
denced by the arrival here of the first
battalion of tho Camoron Highland
ers, with a Maxim gun and a detach
ment of cavalry. In addition, tho
Thirteenth Hussars aro now on their
way to Tlolfast, and tho Berkshlro aud
Middlesex regiments hnvo been or
dered to bo ready nt a moment's no
tice Turks and Greek Rebels Battle.
Athens, July 31. There has been a
pitched battle botweon Turkish
troops, supported by Bashl-Bazouks,
and a small band of Greek insurgents
who had entrenched thomselvos Jn a
house In tho outskirts of Seres, 'Eu
ropean Turkey. The band was com.
pletely wped out. but 30 men
were killed before' the soldiers, afdod
by artillery, siipceoded In capturing
tho miniature fortress. During tho
nghtlng the Bashl-Bazouks pillaged
over loO houses and burned a number
of Greek buldltigs.
Two Missionaries Drowned.
New Haven, Conn., July 31. Sec
retary Anson P. Stokes, of Yale uni
versity, has received a cable from
Killing, China, stating that Rev. War
.ren B. Seabury, Yale 1900, and Itev.
Arthur 8, Mann., 1899, have been
drowned. The latter met his death in
attempting to rescue Mr. Seabury.
Apple Core Caused Death.
Columbus, 0., July 3L A portion
of an apple core which lodged In tho
windpipe of JS-niohtlis-olji Laura Metz
ger. of Somerset, caused hor death at
a hospital hure .Tuesday,,
MIRROR WEDNESDAY, JULY
A settlement of difficulties has been
effected with tho 'union car men of
tho Northern Pacific railway and tho
threatened .strlko of 9,000 men has
been averted. ,j
Tho foundation stono of tho An
drew Carneglo palaco of peaco has
been laid at Zorgvllel; in tho midst of
the wooded park stretching from The
Hague to Schevenlngcn, by M. Nell-
doff, president of?'tho second peace
Announcement Is made of the en
gagement of .Miss 'Edith Hoot, only
daughter of tho secretary of state, to
Lieut. Ulysses S. Grant, HI., U. S. A
son of MaJ. GenFrederlck Grant,
commanding the 'Department of tho
East, and grandson' of tho lato Presi
dent Grant. . y
Prohibition In Georgia Is Assured.
Atlanta, Ga., July 31. Tho prohibi
tion bill passed by,tho Georgia senato
some days ago was; adopted by tho
Vimiort lnat nvonlnt' rPn'n nniomlmnnla
added by the honse will necessitate!
the bill going backSto the senato for,
concurrence of wnich thoro is no
doubt, jnd tho blllp'lhen will go to
Gov. Smith for hlsslgnature, which
has been practlcallyjiledged,' and pro
hibition will become a law in Georgia
on January 1, 1908.
Strike of Hatters Is Averted.
Now York, July 31. Tho threaten
ed strike In the hat trade was avort
od Tuesday when representatives of
the National Hat Manufacturers' as
sociation and of the United Hatters
of North America met hero a,nd ad
Justed their dlfforence's. Tho question
of the open shop was not raised. Dis
agreements of tho futuro "are to bo
submitted to arbitration.
One Tragedy Leads to Another.
Colorado Springs Col., July 31.
Amos It. Itumhaugh, of Washington,
D. C.. a close friend of- Miss Laura
Matthews, who cpmmlttod sule'do
near Broadmoro Sunday night, added
horror and mystery to- tho gruesome
i nnt hv fntnllv khnntlnir hlmnntf
through -tho head Tuesday in tho
cu"u " uuujhuu uy uoa iui'
Schmltz Appoints 14 Supervisors.
San Francisco, July gi. Eugcno E.
ocnmiiz, mo convictcu mayor, on
Tuesday mado appointments to nil
tho xncancios croatodby tho forced
roslgnntlons of 14 members of the
board of supervisors, .Schmltz claim
ing tho right of appointment on the
ground that ho Is rightful mayor of
Moyer Is Released from Jail.
Boise, Idaho. Julv -31. Charles II.
Moyor, prosldent of tho Wostern Fed
eration of Minors was released from
tho Ada county Jail at a-lato hour last
night on a bond of $25',000 signed by
Timothy Itoagan and' Thomas J.
Jones, of Boise.
Five Killed, Ten"' Injured.
Milan, Tonn, July Sir-'Fivo per
sons nro reported killed and ton seri
ously Injured bb tho result of nn ex
plosion of an ongine -attached to a
fast freight train on thq Illinois Con
Two Men Killed, In' a Mine.
Ijwln; Pa., July 3l.-iJJ6hn II, Joncs,
or rimjuurg, general "manager of, the
lyiueu uoai uo., and Joseph Graham,
flfftV hflDa Wni-n 1sIllA,1 1nnf nlW Irt
,,.., rvt vi mijcu iuo. tift," '
(jEdna Mine No. 1 by n rail of slato.
Chicago, July 31, Tho plant of tho
unicngo, new York andTBostm He
frigorator Co. was damaged by fire
Tuesday to the oxtentTof $300,000.
1 'r "
Is Accused of a Big Steal.
Philadelphia, July 3i, Nunzlo Sor
glus was arrested hero'last night on a
warrant Issued at tho Instance of his
brother, Emlllo Sorglmr, of 224
Thompson street, Now York, charging
him with theft of antique JowoJry
valued at $30,000.
Children Burned to Death.
Cambridge, Mass., July 31. Two
children woro burned tVleath' nnd
two other persons wefW burned so
soriously that (hey wllUjlirababiy de
In a llro In a teueniout'lilock horo last
night, , .
THREW AWAY DICE
COLORED SOLDIERS IN A FIT OF
Severe 8torm at Sea Caused Impromp
tu Revival Meeting In Earnest
No More Crap Shooting
During That Voyage.
Five hundred pairs of1 dlcoTirn lying
on tho bottom of tli'A'tlhlit'lc ocean
Bomowhcro off tho eabt const of the
United States, unless tho llshcs hrvo
swallowed them and carried them
away, Bays tho Kanaus City Star. Tho
spotted cubes woro thrown overboard
by tho negroes of a Knnsaa regiment
during n violent storm nt sea, tho sac
rifice having been prompted by peni
tence It was while tho negro regi
ment was on board tho ship Vlgllancu
en route to Cuba In September, 1808,
that n storm converted .a ncoro of
boisterous crap games Into a fervent
Tho regiment went from Topeka to
Now York city and from thoro sailed
for Cuba, There was no sleep on
board tho Vlgllanca tho first night out
P Is said that practically all or tho ne
groes wjio wero not prostrated with
seasickness woro shooting crnps. Tho
accno is described ns ono of mingled
Buffering and excitement. Tho dis
tressed pleaded for quiet nnd lost,
but woro unheeded by the noisy gam
blers. Above tho cries nnd moans of tho
suffering, Bitch lnnguago ns this could
be heard in different parts of the ves
boI: "It's 'loven an' I ltnow It;" "Shoot
do money;" "Didn't I get-n coon?"
Lato nt nlgiit whllo tho games wcie
running high a violent storm broke
suddenly upon tho sea. When tho wind
4'ruclc tho Vlgllanca a rudder was
broken nnd she whirled round and
round nnd then dipped down into the
hollow of a mighty wave. Tho shock
was unexpected nnd In a moment tho
soldiers wero experiencing nil of tho
horrors of n storm nt sea. Tho ne
groes grabbed up thedlco nnd loose
change and huddled together like cat
tle, some of them monnlng and others
too frightened to utter n sound.
The storm raged for nn hour, the
soldiers thinking that every moment
would bo the last. Fortunately there
was a negro preacher on board, tho
rtov. John L. Waller. It wnB for him
to rise to (ho occasion. Ho gathered
a "0,'',d f ncE,0C8 aro,md 1,lm a"'l
', ' ""
- - ..w s... wvu. HMD niUl 111
on tho heads of sinful crap shooters,
ir wo want to bo saved let'a pray," "
Then ho dropped down on his knees
and his voice was heard praying above
tho nolso of tho storm.
The soldiers Joined with the preach-o-
In his prayer. In n short time
lamentations, moans and promises
could bo heard on every hand. It wns
a rovlval meeting In earnest. Nearly
every ono of tho 800 soldlors was
either singing or praying. The whole
regiment was "converted" In a very
But tho rough sea continued. Tho
colored preacher felt that something
further must bo done. An Inspiration
enmo to him; there must bo a sacri
fice of Bomo kind.
"Our prayers and songs don't pre
vail," ho shouted. "There's some
thing W)ong. Brethren, tho dlco must
go Into the Ben."
Tho suggestion had only to bo
mado. Tho dlco wore tossed Into tho
angry wateis, about BOO pairs. Somo
of tho negroes also tlnow In the
monoy which they had won with the
dice. In half an hour after tho dice
wero given to tho Ben tho storm
Tho Rov. Mr. Waller hold rollglous
services nt frequent Inlervnls during
tho rest of tho voyage Thoy werp
Always well attonded. At each meet
ing ho told his hearers that the pray
ers of tho lighteoiiB hnd saved tho
wicked. Then ho urged them nil to
Nothing was said nbotit crap shoot
ing during tho rest of tho voyage
Shortly nftor tho soIdlcrB landod In
Cuba thoro was n pay day. Then It wns
that a "backslider" tried to borrow
doirio dlco, but not a Blnglo pair could
ho found In tho rcglmont; thoy had all
been consigned to tho sen.
This was a condition that could not
lust. An Ingenious negro soldlor stole
nn Ivory bl!lnrd ball from n Cuban
pool hnll and whittled out n pair of
dlco. Ho sold thorn for $12.
"Tho greatest thing," Bays somo
ono, "a man enn do for his Heavenly
I.-.., 1.... f 4- U !.,.. .. -
-ui.i.-i iq iu uo m mi in fiQmo or Ills
other children." I wonder how It Is
that we nrq not all klndor than wo aie
How much tho world needs it! How
"oiisllfU is, done! Howllnstnnlnneous
ly it nets! HowJpfajl blyjt;,is re,
memborod! How BUpcrabumJaritJy it
pays Itself back for" theo Is no
dobtor In the world so' honornblo, so
superbly honorablo, as love Henry
The Powers Trial.
Georgetown, Ky July 31, Argu
ments to havo Judge Bobbins vacate
tho bonch in the trial of Caleb Powora
for complicity in tho murdor of Will
lam Goebol wero complotod Tuesday
and cojurt took the mattor undor ad
visement. Killed His Wlfo and Himself.
Now York, July 31. John Lynk, a
Polo, killed "his wJfo Tuesday by
slashing her six times vvlth a cnrvltifj
knife and then committed suicide by
stabbing himself at tils homo la
COLLAR8 OF BITS OF LACE.
Dresses for Little Girls Are Finished
with Dainty Berthas.
For tho mother who has many chil
dren, tho borthn collars will nlwnyn
prove useful, and tho Illustrated group
of patterns on this page may glvo you
an Idea for using' up somo of tho bits.
Althougl) the models nro hcio shown
ns cut In ono piece, thoy could all bo
nlndo with' seams on the shoulders
and, If need bo, In tho front nnd back,
lioro Is a chanco to utlllzo Bomo small
bits of luce, lawn and embroidery. If
you havo two medallions Instead of
four, put them on tho shoulders und
Berthas for Children,
loavo tho front nnd back of tho sqitaro
collar plain, or it may bo that you
havo two of two different kinds.
Ono of tho marks of this season's
fashions 1b that several different
fabrics nnd trimmings aro used on
ono gnrment. A dress, for Instance,
will often bo trimmed with torchon
and Vnl laco, nnd batlsto embroidery.
Tho collar with the points could bo
mndo with every point of nllovor em
broidery or laco nnd every other -one
of plain material, then stropped with
narrow laco an Bhown in tho illustra
tion. "LEGHORN" NOW THE THING.
Old-Tlmo Millinery Favorite 8een
In millinery, that perennial favorite,
tho leghorn, is chosen for n largo
number of tho prettiest llowor
trimmed French models, and whether
from long association or innate corre
spondence with tho laws of tho
eternal ntnoss of things, leghorn
seems peculiarly suited for ribbon nnd
Tho wldo soft silken senrfs nnd
hugo bowB bo popular with the design
ers adapt themselves admirably to the
graceful leghorn shapes which aro
sometimes variations upon tho clocho
or mushroom shapes ami" sometimes
picturesque shapes with wldo droop
ing brim nt tho back and nt ono sldo,
whllo tho other sldo is turned up
sharply from tho hair.
Or perhaps tho now leghorn tnkes
on tho nureolo lines, a wldo brim
drooping low nt tho back, but rolled
back slightly in tho front, exposing
tho front hair and giving an aureolo
effect from n front vlow. On tho
whole, this hnt, rolling back from tho
faco, Is ono of tho most bocomlng of
tho now modes. It has tho now lines,
tho backward tilt, tho droop of wldo
back brim, but It docs not, as bo many
of tho clocho models do, look as
though about to settlo down nnd
snuff out tho fnco below It.
Try This for Neuralgia.
If tho neuralgia Is located on tho
right sldo of tho fnco tho loft hand
nnd wrist should bo placed for ton or
15 minutes In n basin of water as hot
ns can comfortably bo borne If tho
loft sldo Is tho ono nflllctcd tho right
hnnd nnd wrist should bo placed in
tho hot bath.
Tho treatment can bo repeated if
tho nrst docs not rcllovo tho pnln.
Tho explanation given by physicians
far this pocullnr treatment Is that
tho two nerves which havo tho great
est number of (actllo nervo ondings
nro tho fifth nnd medlnl nerves. As
tho nbors of thoso two nerves cross
nny impulse curried to tho loft hand
nffects tho right sldo, of tho faco, or.
If applied to tho light, tho effect will
bo tho rovorse This Is caused by tho
crossing of tho cords.
Tho Linen Frock.
Linen robes, beautifully hand em
broidered, aro on vlow in nil tho
shops, and thoro nro, too, embroidered
borduro linens dint Is, linens with a
(loop embroldorod border. This bor
der is most often oxecuted In Hno
BOiitneho, with French knots nnd oc
casional tunbroldory stitches scnttored
throughout tho Intrlcato design, and
tho result is ofton exceedingly ef
fective Linen laces dyed to match
tho material aro used upon somo ndw
linen frocks and coats, nnd such dyed
laco in cluny, filet or nntlquo forms
most successful trimming, somo soft
Ince, such ns Valenciennes or n lino
batlsto embtoldory, being necessary,
however, near the fnco and in tho in
The New Combination of Laces.
Ono of tho combinations of Inco
that seem tho most modish this yoar
Is that of Vnlonclonncs nnd fllot, Tho
lighter laco is used to edgo patterns
In tho fllot or, In tho form of cntro
deux, Is incrusted In tho heavier laco.
As a rule a rather lif avy Valenciennes
nnd a light fllot nre chosen. This
seems to roplnco tho Irish and Valon
clonnos of last season,
Oftentimes your curtnlns bocomo
worn at tho bottom, ospoclally wh.cn
thoy touch tho noor. Cut off as much
nu Is necessary to make tho onds
evn. Sow si narrow hem and crochet
wnllop. the slzo of tho nrlyluul, fiom
iinu oiul tu tho other, After tho our--jJiie
have been washed nnd Btiotched
you practically havo now ones.
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
Rollovcs Cold3 by working them
out of tho systom Ihrouch a copious
and healthy action of tho bowols. wj
Relieves Coughs by cl(fansinff q,9U
strongthonuiff tho mucous memjj
branea Of tho throat, chost, luncsand'
mini mi !! mil iiiiniuwumii nm i i
Conforms to National
Pure Food and Drug Law
For CrouD. Whoonlnt? Cough. Ln
Grippe, Influenza, uronchitlt, nnd
oil Cougha, Cold, Lung and Bron
chial affections no remedy is equal
to Kennedy's Laxative Couch Syrup.
Children liko it.
Put up In 25 o, SOo and $1.00 hollies
at tho Laboratory of
Pleasant to take
Children like it.
Sold by E
Coo and Tschancn
July Shoe 1
Wo aro making very low
prices on Men's Oxfords this
Men's Canvas Shoes or
Men's Gun Metal or Pat
ent leather oxfords ..$1.98
Men's Gun Metal or Pat.
leather Oxfords .... $2.20
Men's Gun Metal or Pat.
Leather Oxfords.... $2.5)8
Men's Solid Comfort Vicl
Sco our show window.
I. M. HflYFER
212 W. Center St.
Squantlcied is of no benefit.
Tlio small sum ol $50 used
Judiciously miftlil help you a
great deal. II you can uuo
tin's amount or more or less
wo can accommodate you on
Loans on household goods,
pianos, horses, etc., situated
anywhere in Marion, Hardin,
Wyandot orCrawIord counties
Marion Chattel Loan
131 i-2 M, Center Street.
not to shrink or fado and
wo enarantco to do batten
berg allovcr Jaco or drawn
work .without ruining tho
garment or breaking a thread
DON'T SEND YOUft WO'llK'
OUT OF TOWN, Wo ,ca'n dp"
it and do it ItlGIIT. Wo
aro rrouch dry cltauors,
Thoro is no others,
112 Oour,t StiVjet, Marion, O.
Goods called for and dolly.
otcd Phono 1051.
P. S. -Second hand cloth
ing bought and sold. 6uta
spon.?3d nnd pressed, 75o.
Damage by Surfacs Cars,
Surfnco cars on Manhattan Maud
Jo dally dniuatjo to persona nnd pi op,
erty In tlm uvorutjo au.li ot 2,760.