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1 fl. HOLLAND Editor
W. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor I Subpoena- scrvors, whou Boarcliing
i - ' for the Oil, King neglected to look
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flMBHED ON APPLIOATION. ,hig probably ncC(mnU for thcir
troublo in finding their ninu.
THE MARON DAILY MIRROR,.- iATURDAY, AUOUBT ip, 1007.
" ff l'V:ofelltr-liYgcrs( ot al will1
Iv iil a little while. Fornker
'ill discover that tlio law, upon
winch Judge Lnndb fined tkonu b
uuo tttitiitfoiial.. IklJiXg1
SThla papor receives the Scilpps
cKae Tolographlc New Swriw
and Market Reports.
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feinglo Copy .-.. .2c
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Chicago's old political boss is
dead but Gcorgo B. Cox is as
lively aa over, despito iho fact that
an effort was recently mado to bury
him. jjgAi .
J Weather for Ohio Fair tonight J
farmer In southern portion, Sunday
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1907.
Evcryono would liko to see per
manent peace restored in Central
Amoricn. but many u. man and
woman would be disappointed if
Britt land Gnus should ccaso hostile
I TOR REPRESENTATIVE.
TJo the DemocAUs ot Marlon County:
If you think my efforts on behalf
el Democracy and W. .T. Dryan In the
ftmpalgn of l.'SG and 1900 entitle me
o the nomination for Representative
fc tho Sovouty-seventh general as
sembly of the State of Ohio, I will
certainly app-eclate any effort on
your part for .ny support given.
M. B. CHASC.
If it is time that tho ivholo Paci
fic ilect is to bo congicgatcd nl
San Francisco while Admiral Evans
is taking his ileet of ll-jhting ves
sels around tho Horn, Japan may
take it as an invitation to step over
and tako the Philippines.
(TOR JSTIOE OF THE PEACE.
tvio friomiQ nf ltnvlcl Vesta' wish to
announce his i orae ror the nomina
tion of Justice of the Peace, bubject I j
to the decision of the Democratic vot
ers of Marl vi township, Saturday,
Tho claim is being made that the
county salary law is bringing a
heavier expense upon tho peoplo
than tho old fee system invoked.
If this be true; why arc county of
ficiols forming organizations and
lighting for a return to the fee
checker contest. T. M. Cunning
ham won tho ball throwing contest
knocking a "baby" down with
Tho remainder of tho evening"
was spent with games, music and
Tho guests iworo Misbcs Floicnco
Suttor of Shelby, Bcssio Richardson,
of Houston. Texas; Virginia Steins,
of Adrian. Michigan; Rosalie Ncw
all. of Altoona. Pa., Mildred
Christian, Esther Nelley. Edith
Goddcn. Hazel Kliilg, Ethel Young.
Violet Davidson. Lucrctla I'attcn.
Mary Eryc, Hope and Ruth Fisher.
Hosalio Strelitz, Poarl Cheney. Nol
lio Doty. Mary Gailey. Mr. and
Mrs. Rodney llcece Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Owens, Mr. and Mrs. T.
M. Cunningha'm. (Mr. ,and Mrs.
Chniles Selby, Mr. and Mis. J. R.
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. George B.
Knapp. Messrs. II. R. Stoll. F. L.
longshore, O. N. Phillips. R. M.
Shute. Charles Dee. C. L. Justice.
1). W. Erans. Kfllph Stoll. R. T.
1owh, H. J. Mautz. E. J. Leo.
J. I. B.-atty, S. E. Godden. Hor-
ace Burns. G. V. Schweinfurth.
llany Mealey and J. II. Wetmorc.
Honoring her house guest, MIbs
MInnIo Ebert, of Sandusky. MIbs Kth
el Houscr entertained last night with
a dancing party In tho Tally Wag
Beckett Says Request was
says That ;Prof. Beckett
Second Affldttvlt$Fllcd with State
CommlsslonorgBoard Is Again
Ordered to SendPapers.
C. -M. lieckct&dlmn' fllnd a ficroml
affidavit with thojaalo school com
mlesloncr, this affidavit being In re
gard to tho first examination In which
ho Is said to have 'failed to securo
passing grades. J'jTnay morning, J.
W. Jacoby, clerkof the city board
hall. A three piece orchestra fur- of school examlncrstfrccclved nnothor
ii..t m.- .......i .. . I. . . '. .:
Democratic City Convention.
ian pursuanco of tho call of the
Cfcmmlttee of tho City of Marlon,
Ohio, the democracy of said city will
ndsemblo In convention at the Com
mon Pleas Court Room In said city I u
on the 4th day of September, 1907, ai
7? o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the various
city offices and to transact such bus
John D. Rockefeller is now pos
ing as a greatly abused servant of
the peoplo. Ho claims ho b har
nessed to n cart in which tho peo
plo aie riding, but there is no dis
puting the fact that ho collects
fnie for tho ride and finds tho voca
tion of making .a jackass out of him
self very leuumcrativo.
nished tho music for a program of
twenty dances. Dainty refresh
ments were served during an Inter
mission in dancing.
Tho guests were Mrs Earl Smith,
Misses Mabel Anthony, noma Hos
teller, Mildred Dombaugh, Rosotta
Knapp, Pearl Cheney, Donna Ruth
Crlsslngcr, Mary Fryo. Ethel and
Marguerite Krause .Mabel Vaughan, J
Liiiuan uurgcsH ana Virginia SternB,
of Adrian, Michigan and Messrs.
Charles Mouser. Ray Simpson, Harry
Glllctt, Clifton TIdd, Frank Knapp,
tclephotio communication from tho
state commissioners "office, Informing
him of tho filing '"oYtho second affi
davit. At his request, tho affidavit
was read over thefpfionc.
Tlio official who telephoned again
demanded that Mr "Beckett's exam
ination papers bo i sent In at once,
declaring that If this Is not done,
mandamus proceedings against the
board will bo started. This Is tho
day which tho stato commissioner
set for bringing tho? suit, nnd as tho
examiners havo noUcltm In nn innh
Gcorgo Carter. Harry Cox, Homer .they expect that the commissioner will
Waddell, .Harry Mautz, 13. 13. Lee, keep his word. 'Just uhcro tho suit
Clifford Houscr, George Schwolnfurth.
Gus Hogan, Earl Smith. Elmer
Schoenlaub and John Krause.
National Commander Army affd Navy Union if,
Says.' "I Have No Hesitation In Endorsing Peruna As An Efficient Remedy For Catarrh:'
"As a general thing, I have been op'
J. EDWIN BROWNE.
J. Edwin Browno, National Commander Army and Navy Union ot U. 8.
410 11th street, N. E., Washington, D. C, writes :
"I have no hesitation in endorsing your Poruna aa a most efficient ouro
for catarrh. My own experience and that of many frionds who havo
boon benefited by its use recommend it to nil porsons suffering from that
took the commercial telo-
graph operators somo timo to get
their strike stnitcd, but it is now
spreading like wild flic. Tho onlv
inesias may como before said conven-lintifying thing 5n connection with
the striko is tho fact that the
opciatora postponed the move until
the dullest business season of tho
tion. t -JIC
Candidates will bo nominated tor
tSfe following offices:
j?I'hree members of the Board of
jPresIdent of City Council,
!3"hreo CouncImen at Large,
Two Members of the Board of Ed
ucation. ! The apportionment of delegates will
jbe one for every twenty votes cast for
the head of the ticket In 1P06 nnd
ach precinct will be entitled to tho
following number ot delegates In
yjrst Ward, A , fi
Jlrst Ward, B 5
rst Ward, C 8
ajjrst Ward, D 3
Second Ward, A 7
BJocond Ward, B 7
Second Wnrd C C
Third Ward A 6
Third Ward B , &
ThlrdWard, C , 7
t'tilrd Ward D 8
Fourth Ward A 7
Ctjourth' Ward B " 7
Fourth Ward C " 1
k Total , gg
4Said delegates shall bo chosen at a
Oiucub held at the usual voting p.aco
Ityeach precinct on Friday evening
August 30th, 1907, betwen tho hours'
ol 1 and 8 o'clock p. m. an the Com
mitteemen In each precinct shall ar
range for the holding ot such Cau-
jEach precinct shall also elect at
bucJi caucus tho same number of al
ternates as the precinct Is entitled
to delogatos in said Convention.
rQno candidate for a member of
Council shal also be nominated In
each ward at the caucuses held In
One candldato for Assessor shall al
so be nominated for each precinct
at Buch Caucus.
rne.wiember of democratic Clty
Committee shall also be chosen In
'ach precinct at said Caucus.
By order of Committee,
P. 15. BUEKB, Chairman.
W. E. COLER, Secretary.
Jreigners in Tangier object to
Morocco binding. 1
The Britt-Gans fight is already
attracting more attention than tho
Tnrd in Central America.
What is tho uso of Congross
meeting in December when Presi
dent Boohovelt wud Bert Hopkins,
the junior Senator from Illinois,
can do nil the business? Thoy havo
just ogreed that Coi.giess shall not
undertake tariff levision nnd if
they can feettlo that question in
udj.uico without consulting with
the 2S2 other Republican members
of eongichs thoio is no good reason
why they can't bettlo tho loss im
portant questions of appropriations,
Havo tho Republican members of
Congress, abdicated in favor of tho
Piesident and Bert Hopkins or
luive thoy delegated tho bettlcinent
of the tariff ib&uo? It would seem
Who will now darn say tho Re
publican lepresentativcs of the
people arc not led up to tho Execu
tive wateriug trough nnd forced to
drink, by tho promise of 'also hav
ing their shaio of tho swill known
us public patronageV
A compahy consisting of ten
couples, went to Greenwood lake,
Delaware, yesterday and spent tho
afternoon -nnd evening boating nnd
picnicing. The party left on n '.)
o'clock uir And returned at It)
o'clock in tho evening. Tho com
pany of eleven young ladles last night
Marion's younger society folks, was
eliapoioncd by Miss Glen 'Mouser
and Mist Clco Suency.
Honoring Miss Mary Gertrude
Stockwell. of Cincinnati, Mrs: A.
Rhu entertained a small company
of guests at her home on"" Bellefon
tnino avenue last evening. Bridgo
whist was the principal social di
version of- the evening. Light re
frolitnenls wore served by the
will be started Is "not known
In this BCcond affidavit of Mr.
Beckett's ho says -that after having
been notified of hlsfallurc to securo
passing rades in tho first examination,
he requested thnttho examiners go
over his papcrs.iylth him for tho
purpose of discovering possible errors.
no claims thaWhls? request was re
fused. T. C. Bowen, president of
the board, sayH that,Mr. Beckett nev
er mado such a rgrquest.
John H. Clark.lfQ third member of
tho board of examiners, states that
from tho beginning he has been In
favor of sendlng'n 'Beckett's papers
to tho stuto commissioner. Ho ntntes
that hiBt Monday'ho filed his paporo
with tho clerk. '3 ,
Attend tho Lawn Fote nnd Danco
by Peoples' band at Schwlngcr'a pa
lllon Wednesday evening. 8-10-lt
Says Peruna Saved Ills Life.
"Poruna has cured 1110 of catarrh. 1
can work all day, cat hearty, steep
welt, and my digestion Is all right.
I was not able to do & day's work lost
year. I candidly feel that using your
mctllclno was tho means of saving my
life. I find It is just what It Is recom
mended io he, and I speak in highest
praise of Peruna. I nhnll recommend
it to nil my friends." Alvls A. Nelson,
When any ono has catarrh of tho head
or throat they know It. Snufllng, sneoz
Ing, coughing, spitting, gagging, chok
ing thoso are some of tho symptoms.
When any ono lint catarrh of the bron
chial lubes thoy are not quite so apt to
rccogntzo their troublo as catarrh, al
though thore aro a groU many peoplo
who begin tonpproelnta the fact that ca
tarrh of the bronchial tubes Is sure to
crcnto n cough.
Catarrh produces symptoms according
to tho placo in tho body where tho ca
tarrh is located. Catarrh deranges the
function of any orpnii.
it thctntanh bo in, tho stomach it pro-durivjdyppcimln.
If in tho lungs it is apt to set np con
sumption. If located In tho kidneys or bladder It
produces urinary disorders.
If in tho bowels it deranges the bowels,
Catarrh raedlclno, in order to bo effec
tive, should bo nn internal remedy, and
not a local application.
Peruna lins maintained its roputatlon
for many years as on intornal catarrh
remedy. It operates throughout tho
whole system. Itbcnoflts catarrh of tho
pelvic orpins tho samo ns catarrh of tho
head or throat.
The Family Relics on Peruna.
A. Howltt Nlokorson, Capt. TJ. 8.
Army, Adjutant Gcnoral on Gonoral
MrCook's staff, writes from tho Census
Building, Washington, D.C.,na follows:
"It affords mo great pleasuro to re
commend Peruna as a most excellent
tonic with many medicinal qualities
that nsjlflt l'nttira in overcoming tho
various ills will) whloh tho hurrish fnth
Uy is oftnn afflicted, and is always in
posed to what are known patent '
medtcinos, but Poruna has long sine
overcome this fooling. It Is now, as It,
has boon for a long timo, a woll eslBb (
llslted family modlclno with us, npon.
which wo roly to give tired nature anU
Terrible Case of Indigestion,
Mr. Donald Ilobb, Jr., 15 Wrlghti
Avo., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Deputy Su
premo Chief Bangor, Independent
Order of Forresters, writes
" While on a visit to Boston I mnst
havo oaten somothlng thatdld not gre
with my stomach, os 11 torrlble case of
Indigestion follbwcd, Poruna was re
commonded to mo. and after using threa
bottles I was'entlrcly cured. I there
fore recommend Peruna to any one
suffering with stomach trouble."
Every Trace of Catarrh Gone.
Mr. Jamos P. Bracken, fllOTenth Are.,
.Now York City, N. Y has occupied the
ofuco of Water Inspector of New York
City, for tho past fifteen years. He
carries on an extensive plumbing busi
ness at 010 10th Avo. Ho is Past Deputy
of Grand Knights of Rolgna Celia Conn
ell. Knights of Columbus, N. Y. Ho
writes as follows!
j'1'or noarly adozon years catarrh has
bothered mo in ono form or anothor.
was troubled with nasal catarrh, that
had affected my stomach, which troub
led me most in tho morning. My appe
tile was poor, and I dfd not seem to
relish my food. Indigestion bothered mo
at tiroes also. I was advised to take
Peruna, and I took It as prescribed for
a month when my euro was almost com
plete, Today there Is not a trace of ca
tarrh in my Kystom, nnd I enri say with-
out hesitation that Poruna curecf me."
; Agreeable nnd Effective Tonic.
General John Finn, Washington,
D.C., veteran soldier of the civil war, a
prominent Grand Army man and com
mandor of tho oldest post in the United
Spates, John A. IUwllns Post Np. 1,
department ot tho Potomac, Grand
Army of tho Republic, writes 1
" Peruna was recommended to me by
many of my associates and I havo given
it a fnlr trial. Have found it a most
ngreoable and effective tonic, pleasant
Boothlng, and leaves one free from tho
deleterious effects produced by tho
many nostrums now on tho market. I
havo sulTcred from catarrhal affliction
tho past wlntor, and havo found Peruna
most beneficial and commend It for
What It has dono for me."
Relieves Mind nnd Body.'
Mr. G. W. Woodbury, Bogors, Ohio,
formerly Captain and Center of tho
Hiram College Basket Ball Team,
"When body and mind alike wete
woary and rofused to work, a few doses
of Pornna restored. lost'str'orfg'tti 'ana in
vigorated quicker and more perntv
uently than anything 1 know.'f
Miss Mary Lie Concklln, of South J
rraspcci street, entertained a com
pany of elcvn young ladles last night
In honor of her houso guest, Miss
Glenn Jones, of Upper Sandusky. Tho
evening was Bpcnt with music and
other diversions and refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. John Navln, who
wcro recently married, entertained a
number of young ladles at their homo,
on Scoflcld Heights, last night. Tho
ovenlng was passed wlthSarlous dl-
verBlons and refreshments weio
served. Tlio hostess was presented
with a number ot handsomo 10-
Miss Hazel Stycr of Leader
street pleasantly entertained n
company of guests numbering twelve
last evening;. Music nnd 11 nut con
test wore tlm principal bocial fea
tures Elegant rcficshtnents were
served by the hostess.
At tho Harding residence on
Mt. Vernon avenue. Mr. M. E.
J Wolfe, Mr. R. G. Lucas and
Mr. H. Hume cntoitained a large
c(nniny ofl young people last
night at one of the most unique
social ovents of the season.
Tho veranda and itho interior of
the house weio placarded with
signs of a humorous nature-. TJ10
guests all brought a donation for
each or tho Jiosts. Tho onenins
of. the packages was productive of
tonight in Schwingcr's
In a camo of
marbles which was another amusing
feu tine. J. I. Benttv won tho first
The Siamese King has just nnentirizu- M J. R. Smith won the
$3,000,000 for jewels, but tho name
of the chorus girl remains n epcret.
Taffc and his followers aro won
dering how Jong it will bo until
EtSnaker begind to Bmall like Laza
rus'. I $iW I
lAs yet. Senator Forakcr has
fulled to give out nn interview upon
'.Te Landis' flue of tho Stand-
""!..!'. 'sl',ll mrmm
It won't bo near aa hard to writo
to your folks at home whllo on your
vacation If you havo a fountain
pen with wou.
We carry a full lino of the
"Ideal" Fountain Pen L. E. Wat
erman and warrant all pens sold.,
In a. circular to tho employes 'of
tho Lako Shore, B, A. Handy, gen
oral manager, says:
"Tho public Judges a railroad cor
poratlon -vory largely by tho treatment
It Is accorded by tho agent represent
ing tho company In whatovor capacity
ho may bo employed, A reputation
of fair dealings, with 'courteous and
absolutely fair treatmont of all custo
mers, is essential to tho success of
"Tho good will and friendship ot
tho community sorved by our railroad
Is the most valuablo asset it can have:
and the strongest recommendation for
promotion an employe In tiny depart
ment can possibly hnvo Is tho fact
that by uniform courtesy and kind
accommodation of patrons ho has se
cured for himself and for the load tho
good will and tho friendship of tho
communities in which ho is located."
HOUSE FOR SALE
EAST CHURCH STREET.
8 rooms, bath, new. Close in. Price
$2800-$800 down, balance Loan.
H. E. CARPENTER & CO.
CANDIDATES AND THEIR
After Soptember 1 agents or yard-
masters should remove these adver
tisements before forwarding cars.
In tho suit of Byron Sordcn ncalnst
tho Chicago & Urlo railway company,
the defndant, tin ouch Us attornovB.
Crlsslnger & Guthory, has flled Its
nnswor. Tho company denies that It
nas no cattlo guards nlong Its tracks
at DoCllft. it bays that If Sodron'a
horso was killed, tho killing was duo
to bin own ncgllgencQ.
Tho Chicago & Krle nnd Hocking
Valloy lallway companies hnvo filed
a motion In the danmgo suit brought
by Albert K. Sartaln. Through their
attorneys, Ciisslngor & Guthery, tho
lallway companies ask that Sariain bo
required to make the netltlon more
dennlto and certain.
DR, C. G. SMITH,
Oillco and rosldonco 454 Silver
btrcot. Ofllcu hourrf- 7:30 to 10:30
a. m., 200 to 5:00 p. m. Citizens
phono 1 'on 12G5.
Specialist on dliaascs of children.
To freight agents of Now York Cen
tral linos n circular notice has been
Isued wltlch enys:
"Under tho master car builders'
rules effective September 1, 1007, wo
aro prohibited from niacin adver
tisements on cars. It Is desired that
agonts notify shippers accordingly.
in doing this great caro must ho iisfi
not to offend tho shippers, hut to
C. Q. Wiant
SELLER AD STATIC
Tk Soma f Poht 0ri . It Is general with all roads'.
nnK-RT!T.T. Am MitA. "". "'em ine reason wny wo
nil '"iv.njfc laro oDiigou tp tako the step, nnd
HELD 61 P!
By high prices arc tho peoplo
who do no's invc3tlgato boforo
building. It fa a ploasuro to
show you our plans and glvo
you figures. If you havo an
Idoa of your own) lot ua gQt
out your plan's 'and opacifi
cations. If wo build your
house, tlw plans cost you
nothing. On the other hand,
If someone olso builds It, wo,
only chargo you 1 por cent,
of tho coat of tho building.
Don't forget tho placo or
DISTRICT 1 !
Mrs. Marccllus Kcrstetter, 257
Lincoln Ave 88,583
Mrs. Hnrry KauiKiier, Ha N.
Oreonuood ,. 3.010
Miss Mario burfto, 289 Bulla-
yuo Ave l,4G7
Mrs. Thomas Dwyer, 612 N.
Miss Olive Smith, 210 N. Lin
coln Ave 021
Miss Cocelln Mlnounhan, 634
Dallentlno'Avo. ...,...,, 913
Mrs. Dennis Drnke, 309 N.' State
Miss Lizzie Schoechlo, 283 Belle-
Mrs. Loltoy Zachmon, 507 N.
Miss Nellio P. GUI, 138 N.
Miss Mabel Vaughan, 419 N.
Stato ' 150
Miss Margaret Wlxstead. 214
Mlsa Sadlo Humo, 320 6. Pearl . 420
MIbs Lena Warner 4U0
Miss Flossie Shurz, 204 W.
Church ;., 290
Mrs. Ida dlanly, 909 Wood . . .. 105
Mlsa Gortrudo Converse,' W.
Mrs. H, A. Bigford, 220 Leader. . 23.874
Miss Urmol Blow, 440 Silver ... 3,410
Mlsa Mario Stuber. 243 N.
miss irono uoldenbaugh, 300
Miss Itosetto Knapp. 263 Mt.
Vernon Avo ,, 15,473
Mrs. J. Rowe, 888 B Church .. 3,459
sirs, una Williams, 618 Dela
ware Avo 1.761
Mrs. Howard Shaw, 304 B,
Uhurch 1 1.060
MIbb Anna Schoenlaub, 234 S.
Mrs. F, M. Tavenpr. 730 B.
Mrs. H. E. Peters. S. Grand St.
Miss Louise .Kyle, TroBpect .... 21.939
612 Mrs. Kd, Hess, prospect ....,.; 15,360
iiiino diuiu jveiiyon, 'vaiao ....13,410
MIbs Lucy Wnssorbeck; mall
iGreen Camp 4,600
Miss Theo Gast, Prospect 860
Mlso Wlxstead, Green Camp
li'lke " 010
Miss HortenBo Van Oaten, Pros-
tpoct ...t1 ,. . v
I DISTRICT 6
Mjs. Walter Blbler, Morral .,.. 34,619
Mrs. Floyd Terry, LnRuo ...... 17,971
Bliss Ethel Johnron, LaRuo 5,45a
tr,. -.! c .- . -.---
.viji.o uiu ouittiiiuii, tauue 2.4M
N Prospect 2.679 Mhw Gladys Rualor. Agosta ... 2 2m
Miss May Sweenoy. rU4 Hiivor., v.zu'Mta, Bell Thomasson. Lnftiin . 1 ion
Miss Anna Hanloy, 307 Leader.. 1,504 lRtrB- Thomas Cromly, LaRue ... 670
Mrs. Thomas A. Brooks, 335 .atlsa Dale Horton, Agosta fii
Miss earthy Bell, LaRue 230
Scranton Avo. 1.505
airs. L. B.Noborgall, 769 North
Miss Hnttlo Werts, Oardon City
Piko , BOO
ailsa Agnes Hannlgnn, 229 N.
MIbs Robo Harlowo, 330 Sllvor.. 480'
Miss Forn 0, Noll, 280 N, Pros
airs. Frank Paddock, 123 W.
Miss Winifred English, 324 SII-
If DISTRICT 7
Sfjs. Mao ailtcholl, Marton R. F.
p. jno, a H 35012
aflBS Jfaud Dookor. Calednnln .c'o
MIbs Anna-Pittmun. Calodonla . 14io93
MIBS Edith Albrlcht Pnl0.lnnin ...
Mlns Florence Ault, Caleaonia.. 350
SOUTH SIDE BUILDING SUPPLY CO.
II 112 Court St. Open Evening. PJione 1521, j
Mrs C. W Myers. 377 Pcnrl ....07.044
Mrs. J. Roldonbaugh, 377 W'ind
Miss Gortrudo Gibson, 25 Pleas- .
at.lB8 Edna atlller, Bennett 1,270
ailss Berdlno atlllisor, ' 451 8,
Miss aiaymp Ryan, 042 W. Co- ,
lunibia ,., ij008
ailss Jeanette Lnmrnprs, 314 "
uicnara ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 920
NBW YORK FEDERAL
JORY GETS LUSY
Jamesitown. N. Y.. Ann. in
i """to ."
v-uvicuona on an counts of in.
dmtments returned lato yesterday by
tho federal juiy for western Now
Yotk would rondor four corpora-
feKo1: to fln" aati,,ff
iff he juryV Investigation of ha
government charges against, tha
Standard Oil company, the Vacuum
0L company, tho Now Vort f,..i
aijd tho Pennsylvania railroads of
Kyiijr aim .receiving illegal .
cessions r on' Milp-monts 61. M front
Olean, N Y., to ioints in vwrnou