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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1907.
THE DAILY MIRROR
P. BURGESS ...Business Manager
IA. C. HOLLAND Editor
P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor
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"WEATHER -Fair, wanner to
night; Sntuiduy lair, wanner in
eastern portion. K ., iwui4'l
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET..
!g For Solicitor
It. JVILLIAM P. MOLONEY.
U" 7 HARRY S. ELLIOTT.
, For Treasurer
U. CLAUDE D.' WALTERS.
r For President of Council
, SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT.
For Council at Largo
v ARTHUR W. BRYANT
BENJAMIN F. WAPLES
HENRY A. SOHULER.
For Board of Public Servico
J. C. ANTHONY.
THOMAS J. MEAD.
For Board of Education
FRED E. QUTHERY
J. WILBUR JACOBY.
J For Ward Councilman
i.Plrst Ward-O. W. NEELY.
"Second Ward-tf. J. RUDOLPH.
Third Ward-B. B. CARTER.
Fourth Ward-J. W. HURR.
To the Democi'ats of Marlon County:
If you think my efforts on behalf
ot Democracy nnd W. J. Bryan In the
-campaign of 196 and 1000 cntltlo me
'to tho nomlntitlon for Representative
to tho Scvoaty-seventh general as
sembly of tho Stato of Ohio, I will
certainly appreciate any effort on
your part for urty support given.
M. Tf. CHASE.
I hereby announce my nnmo as n
candidate lor the nomination for
Representative i'or the unexpired
term, subject to the decWon of the
IJeinocrntie Convention to bo held
nt Marion, Ohio, on September 14,
CHARLES W. CRLSWELL.
Editor Mirror: -
- 1'leuso announce tho namo ot
3ohn E. Dutton as a candidate for tho
nomination for Representative.
Tho friends of William T. Smith
throughout Marlon county are Invited
to co-operate In electing delegates to
tho coming Democratic convention,
favorable to his nomination for state
.Democratic County Convention.
Pursuant to the order of tho Dem
ocratic County Central Committee,
notice Is hereby given that the con
vention of the Democratq of Marlon
county, Ohio, to nominate a candi
date for representative to bo voted
for at the November election, 1907,
will bo held In tho Common Pleas
court room, at dlurlnn, Ohio, at one
o'clock p.r in. Btandnrd tlmp.
SJlTURUAl, SEPTEMBER II, 1907.
.Each precinct will bo entitled to one
delegate nnd ono alternate for each
25 votes or fraction thereof of 12
or over, caot for Samuel A. Hosklns
for Secretary oit Stata at tho Novem
ber election, 10pG, The delegates and
alternates i shall bo elected through
caucuses held at tho usual voting
place of each precinct between tho
urs of 7:00 o'clock and 8:00 o'clock
V m.f central standard tlmo, Friday
evpnlng, September 13th, 1907.
The apportionment of delegates nnd
alternates to the convention will bo
.Precincts r Dolegates.
Big Island ,
Howling Green 5
Caledonia Vlllago 3
Chtrldon North 3
Clgrldon South .. 2
GiUnd ....... 2
THEFTS ONLY ONE
1 J FOUNTAIN PEN
We havexjarge nssortment
of pointshjo and up
wards?J LET US SHOW YOU
C. O. Wiant
HOOKSELLEK AND STATIONER,
, ' w . Tht Sotu ot Post CardU '
Grand I'rulrlo ..'..... 2
(Ireeu Camp Vlllago 1
Green Camp Township 4
Million Township North 4
Mm Ion Township South 4
rirst Ward A C
Hint Ward B 4
First Ward O 7
First Ward D 2
Second Ward A , 6
Second Ward B G
Second Ward O 5
Third Ward A 5
Third Ward B :.... G
Third Ward C c
Third Ward D C
Fourth Ward A C
Fourth Ward B c
Fourth Ward O 3
LaRuo Vlllago 4
Now Bloomlngton 2
Montgomery East 2
Montgomery West 2
Plcnsant Township , 7
Prospect Vlllago 6
Prospect Township 5
Richland Township !....." 8'
Morral Vdllago , 1
Salt Rock Township ..,, 1
Scott Township, 3 3
ully Township ' 4
Vnldo Vlllago 2
At such caucuses tho voters of each
township will select tho nominees for
township offices to be voted on nt
tho November election, 1907 Each
Committeeman will previously ascer
tain nnd nnnounco at such caucuses
tho list of township offices for which
nominations shall bo mado.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL
J. W. JACOBY. Chairman.
W. S. SPENCER. Secretnry.
Democrats of tlic city nnd coun
ty will this evening be given an
other opportunity to provo their
loyalty iQ tho party nnd every mem
ber of th0 party should show that
ho is interested and has the wcl
fnic of tho pnity close at hand.
It is true tho convention tomor
row will select only ono candidate,
but that does not minimize its
importance. Tlio only nomination
to be made will bo for represen
tative to fill the unexpired term
of the late Dr. J. II. , Criswcll.
Tho man delected and elected will
have no voico in selecting a suc
cessor for Senator Fornkor, but
there are a number of most im
poitant matters of legislation to
be considered- nt the coming session
of the legislature and it is mofii
important that Marion county bb
well lepresonted. Then too, the
party which is successful this fall
will most certainly bo successful in
next year's election, when a rcp
icsentntive, w'ho will havj n voto
lor tho next United States Senator,
will ho selected. Victory this fall
spells victory in 1008. Tho first
step to victory is the selection of
the proper men for delegates and
the second step in tho selection of
11 candidate who will faithfully lep
reent Marion county and who can
I Thus it will be seen that to
nights caucuses are most import
ant. No faithful democrat can uf
foid lo remnin at "mine.
It is admitted that 'Burton's race
against Johnson is to put him in
line for Fornker's seat in Hie sen
ate. Now comes the information
that Nick Longworth is to run for
mayor of Cincinnati. Docs this
mean that Nick is slated as Dick's
m Ti TTi .
Train robber held up a Gicat
Noitliein train yesterday. The
Oreat Noithern should not object
i. n... 1. . oly t(,iJ ,
the courts prevented the Great
Noithern from holding up the peo-i"lB
Tho open town cundidato Dor may.
or, C. A. Bond, won out in tho
lopublicnn primaries in Columbus,
last night. Yet, tho anti-saloon "'",, ro"owine tho profound bow.
1 1 1 1 ii-, .1 r, iwou'd bo tho erect form, head woll
league lias always dubbed the Dem-,!,, d clarion notes of delivery
ocratic puity, tho whbkey party. ,fi. for Instance: "Ladles nnd gentle-
lmon' l l'avo tho distinguished honor
The Yunkecs have not forgotten t0 nnnounco to you, on ueimlf of tho
the virtue of deoayed vegetables and ?"torPr,8,ff 'nanogomont. tho Immod-
, , p ,i iIat0 "PPcarance In your midst of that
over ripe eggs. Tar and feathers 'Apollo Belvedere of tho arena.' MlS
and 11 three cornered rail and tho Robert StlckneyJ" And then Mr.
ducking stool vigoiously npplied, f,t,cknp.? &ou!d Proceed to Justify to
aio sometimes good remedies. I ! l,Sl,aud"1r'y ,lnm,lry and
b V'0 enthuslasyc applnuso of tho au-
o ; 77 -, enco' H' tall, fiplondldly molded
borne one suggests that utter Vd poifectly graceful form soomed
Rockefeller dies he will forget all Instinct with electric llfo. His poa-
of his misdeeds und become a per- lnRS 'W0T0 mnstorpldces of the Oreelc
feet angel. Ita.Uc heresy. We aro, Thore n)cM Ja ony onQ
told in Holy Writ, that "Wo shall bareback rider In this one-rlnc elr-
kiiow eacn oilier tuere."
Keidiupnd. Earle decided that
New York ig iho safest place foruslc would cease for a moment or
linn since ho has shipped Ins wifo.'wo inn a doep hush would fall upon
ami child back to Franco. Wo sug
gest Pittsburg. -U ' . .
"Tho American pcoplo owo n
great deal to tho trusts," says a
iFrcncli writer. Well wo lo not sco
what is to bo dono bbout it, unless
tho trusts will lend us the monoy
lo pay up.
Taft says Forakcr is not concern
ed in Burton's fight in Cleveland.
This shot should prevent, any moro
oJTci's of assistance from the senior
senator. . ,. ,
A Bcllefontnino youth and maiden.
played lovers in an amateur thcatri ,nn,j doubles and hhj'pcfcrect recoveries
V. ..... , ...'and poses. To thocvos of the won-
cai pcnormnnco nnuiuicr wc.c
wedded. It is duo both to sny that
the bride was not a elmrus girl.
Ono man hn dared to advance
the theory Hint' to mnrry a man
and woman for life is 11 crime.
Right in some instances, though.
Copper stock took a drop oil tho
New Yoik stock exchange yester
day. Wall street is even getting
after the few pennies wo linvo.,
The jury says Hint "Bright
Eyes" must confino her operations
to tho spirit world. In oilier words,
she must stay put.
Secretary Taft has sailed for the
Orient. Now is the time for I'or
aker to get busy.
What Others Say.
A SHOW IN ONE RING.
Tho season or- tho circus Is clos
ing tho up-to-date circus, with Its
three rings and numerous platforms,
Its triplicates In every sort of per
formance, Its dozen or even scoro or
moro ot elephants. And men, wom
en and children by tho tens of
thousands crowd each other within
tho great willowy canvas and nr'i
overwhelmed by tho bewilderment
ot tho thing nnd tho completo Impos
sibility of seeing a third even of
what Is performed. Little wonder,
then, that many minds nmong the
elders revert to tho circus or their
on th as to a pleasant dream that
has vanished, nnd think an appeal to
tho powers of theso "aggregations" to
glvo us a few "single-ring" shows.
To them tho canvas of the moro
primitive show of those far-away
days was whiter than Is now seen;
tho banners nnd pennnnts moro
Humorous and much gayer In their
wonderful .colorings. And there was
tho cozlness and nelghborllness of
sitting around tho ring when the
distances wero about nllko to nil nnd
all eyes wero given equnl and Im
rartlal chanco to observe every par
t'cular phaso of tho entertalnmem.
from grand entree to finish. The
0110 ring seemed larger and moro
perfect In Its circumference than
a'iy of today. Tho ono elephnnt
KPcmed taller and broader nnd moro
btatoly than thoso of tho herds wo
bso now. Nearly always it was a
Una "tusker, well bestowed with
p-iy nnd clean trappings and sur
mounted by a tcmple-llko howdah. In
which reclined, fanning herself lux
uriously, the "beautiful lady" In
plumes nnd silks and satins. And,
sitting upon tho nnlmnls head, mas
terful and awo-Insplrlng, was tho
Milf-posscsscd and daring mahout,
nulto tho East Indian In his crescent-tipped
turban, dark dyeings and
gay robes. A vision of loveliness
was tho "young lady" In abbreviated
skirts, who with shapely legs and
fascinating nllurements or nrms und
hisses, gracefully pirouetted iinnn th,,
smooth, white pad on tho great glos
sy horso, and, according to tho
clown, was always rnnrtv tr. -
other banner." Sncaklntr nf ni,..
In thoso dnys wo woro always In'
complete touch and symnatbv with
cvery Bosturo and word of tho morrv
'fellow In motley-such down- ., n!
Il'co and Johnny Lowlow, who wero
alw!)vs nklng gamo of tho ring-
,"nd resplendent patent leathers with
long-lashed, loudly cracking and
"ver "reatenlnB whip. Ah. what gay
: " "'" "wn imu witii mm! And
Imw wo laughed over his frequent
discomfitures under tho merciless
quips of tho merry jester! Tho nn-
"ounccment of tho great stars of tho
ens. but If It happened to bo "Jlmmv
Itoblnson" thon there was au act
ffir Vnlll mnniiu 1T, t. ..
nri , n ,r"7, U 'Z fc."S!
nil within die rnnvns: the cllmar
was about to b reJiched, the thrill
of a great' oxpectancy. warned tho
pcoplo. Then, wjpfl, dramatic Inten
sity, came tho slmpJULvvords, "lndles
nnd g)Bntleinen,sTo) .lames Rob
Insonl" That was chough; tho great
piece do resistance ,,wnti "on" nnd tho
people wero, scelngtho Sight of n
llfetlmo In the arena of equestrian
ism. Tho horse vasulrcady gallop
ing slowly around Hue ring. The
great rider's first rict,'.would bo to
run across tno circle-and leap erect
to the horse's high' "back Without
touching n hand. to "the, animal. Ho
certainly carried thoT banner, that
little mnn with woncjerful agllltj
nerve, daring nnd precision, with his
forward and backwani. somersaults
dpr ,,,, - ...-. ...
Whencoythat a- writer of
.-- "" ......
the tlmo or his . greatest triumphs
spoke or him ns'-$ihe man who
rides. "-Cincinnati -.Enflulrer.
rr . -ft
At Inst we ai-oTmSncipjl Hint Iho
dirt is flying ntjEf'nhnmn. That
is what tho av'tfr'ngo American hasi
wanted, He hn&awahjed the diit lo
lly. Tho averngofivmerican wants
action. You enna nota that nt Hie
ball jrainc or.tlicTlKirso race or nt
u church fair. Always he wauls ac
Next dny after, HioVUniled Stales
look charge of.Jlfu" uk at Pan
ama uiL'iu ua v jWtliiiiim iinni iiiu
nart of the Amoncnn people for
sometliing to boJIibiie something
Hint would inakotlia dirt fly. The
details had tpMipJwptked out, oC
course. Tlic usunlBgniouiit of poli
tics hud to bCfVpTayed, good and
bad li'id lo berclul and reread
and Mibmittcd to tTio people to bo
lend again. ""$$
Wlicu inillionv'pf dollars- wero
invested in machinery, when lions-
os Mere being. Innli, and railroads
were being coh'sirrtctcd and sowers
were being putsdpwn and health (iicliiuond". 1'eoplo did not seem lo
looked afler, ildid not satisfy I CU10 ()1. lt) uuderetaiul that it was
anybody. PeopUdidn't Seem to 1 nect.Sh,,ry t0 equip mi army und to
care for anything but dirt, tho dirtt, ft into lighting trim beforo
Hint conilectcd tS ocenns. They 1 Undertaking s"ch a move, and moro
wanted it niovcdand they could than one good nnny olllcer suffered
not or would notice that a goixV'jn reputation because he did not
many things hndto be done beforo or,icl. ty forces t start -.it pneo
the dirt was moyod.
Hut now wc-iirc tounumt tliogo0ti deal the sa
dirt is being moved. Tlic roport "CiWOik in Panama
tlio canal commission for July is J
out. It is bv fa? Iho best renort
Jhat has been submitted, because j
it shows Hint something
Thirty-eight thousand .pcoplo 'aro
on Hi,c pay rolls len thounml
moro han lmvcSfoier boforq,becn
on itle'.Tojls of "tlio canal commission.-
pight liundrq?! ' thousand ' cubic
yards .of ' dirtNveifeKfmoved iluritig
tho month 'ot Jiily onough lo.snni t l0 canal. Wo shall ho
build nn ordinary-sized canal, nndltnld Hint , Iho administration mean
IIIUIU fllUII H CVUlUfUUlUIC UlUVL'll
in one month .
Tii' fact, (tho amount of voile
done ' upon Mho canal- during July
was fivo limes gvenfer than tho
ago. Every' steam
illy of n year I
hovel on llio.thnt.
wo I If
a OKI Vij
11)00. In short, things nro moving
right alojjg and HicriH no rcn'-on
lo bojiuve''. that wiflpiall not con
tinue nt the the snmafrn t,e of speed
which would completo-tjlci canal in
half a dozen ycavsTJf'
Ar fpr sickness "jinil . death, Hie
commission states iHyit ' the deulh
rato has 'been icditcctd'''r() er cent
mid that Hiero is lesg'.sickiirss than
at any period durin tho time the
govcrnmnnt has liadGclinrgu of I lie
canal strip. The condition of hcallh
and iho low dcnthjjntojs duo lo
the work of sanitation that was
being done when wo; were clamor
nig for them to begin making Iho
dirt fly, s0 that, w;ith- nil of ils
mistakes, wo mirct'givo tho com-
Colonel dowry, who us president of
ng Hie month (Jjjuiii was ilono'rau build tho canal. It is not going'
tlio coiTespniiding, month tof ' to rcfjuifo uny superior intelli-
pany Js Just now .alfiiKgllug 'll1' " Klt"t "IHke, won his title as n military ji
n-u-Kiuiutr uuriiig tijo c,ivii vai, no
ness, Is on export wgrulor hluiself and
union or uve years:,
Full line of Fall
suits. Tailoring is
u n us uaTfyJ hand
some. It will aflford
us the greatest
pleasure to show
you the new styles.
$7,50 TO $20
You needn't think
of buying, just come
in and see what's
GET THE HABIT
,,r,sSi ..,cdlt ror beliiL' wiser Ihnn
ii... mvoihuo Aiueiican.
When the war between tlio sec-
,;.. im,i.u 01,t iln crv was "On to
j-ol. tho Hebel capital. It
sanio way Willi tne
The, cry was
"tako lh0 dirt lly" and pcoplo
.li.i ,,,.1 ,.(, .mwiilni- Hint lm-
fore making tho dirt lly it was ncc-
essnry to maKo some jirovision xor
housing nnd feeding those who
were to mnko it fly. But mucli of
tho comnlniul has now been re
moved, and the dirt is actually fly
ing. Of couivc, there will bo the' usual
amount "of polities played 'in- ro-
! in' Hn Itjiniihlicnii olllpo holders
-o --, - ' .
must not he Hampered; timt .1
change in Iho administration nt
this time , would not-bo n good thing;
that wo. must not swnn horses in tho
middle of Hie stream, and all of
Hull the truth is thai anybody'
genco upon tho jinrt of nny ndniiii
ixtrntiou to build it. Common
honesty is more to bo desired now
icason why thp Itcpiiblicnn party
than anything o!mj. Mislakcs havo
been mado and paid for. Not n
great many more ought "to be made
by anybody, whether, ho is Demo
craj or Republican. Great as is tho
Panama Cnlial, U is only a ques
tion of men and money and a
little lime, and thore is no moro
should bo continued in power be
cause of Iho canal thai thcro is
filial the Quaker.-, should be al
lowed to run the cbuntry because
William Pcini got nlong so woll
witli (lie Indians. Springfield
tho "ycstorn Union TolcL'rnnh mm.
i.nows every pnnso or tno telegraph busl7
Iiim b.'iui phldont of iho WesieiV
Ferdinand P. Earle Who Has Gained More Fame Through
His "Affinity' Than by the Products of Hid Pen
and Brush is Given a Warm Send-off Wh?n
He Starts For
York, Sept. 13. -Ferdinand
of "affinity" famo Is
Now York at the homo of bis
tho Manhassctt nparthients,
ndrcd and Eighth St. nnd
today, where ho has confo
icatlon" after u&vihfe been
.1 ,., ..,,....i..' .-TT'i .c
When liCarlo,' under hlitmother's !
wins, wt to Monroes TuaWay," bo
.,.-., i.l. ...... , 'A. .''.-.,
uuui'u iihi iK'iguuors, r yna, lest'iiitu
his 'comliWnmong them after having
discarded ia faithful wife nnd little
son so tlk his path can bd mado
clear for Marrying Miss Julia Kutt-
nor, tho Viftlnlty." He did not
keep his nMvo long, however, nnd
lust nignt (Kridcd It was so much
morn rpntfnUii, M vfir n,t i,n
would como ro for pence and quiet.
.. . . . ... I
no was ruwicd to the station, nr- 1
riving thoro jlyo minutes beforo tho
train was dul'lo learn that tho train
was 12 nilntUth tlato. Hardlv had ho
allglited whcnlsomo ono cried:
"Hord conicri tlio sockless wonder."
And It wasl In fact, tho baro Iocs
ot the artist thai) gnvo him nway ns
lie allglited atltlio, station. Quick as
wlldflro Bprcadl tho news that tho
'sockless wojdor" was escaping.
From all Bides rushed tho vigilantes,
Bomo Biimmonc from Biippcr, others
from jlttlng wli to caps. A foico was
dlBpatchcd for tho cauldron of tar
and tho fenthe 3. Others rushed to
tho general sto e and procured eggs.
HEAD) OF STANDARD
His Physiciin Tells the Court That it Has Been Months
Since I ogcrs Has Been
and it Will be Some Time BeforeHe Will be.
Able to Report
j New Yorlf, Seiit. 1. Henry II.
Rogeis, tho Ktaudard Oil million
nii'e, is &o sOfously ill that nt least
threo monthd must olapso before,
under tho nfjsl I'avotalile condi
tions, lie caul expect to ngajn give
attention tolbusiucBt). WnllU street
heard with ulanri of .tiqfc.8e.ri6u8Uu(
llnnncicr.. I IIL
was iiHiionieojlJ'tlnit MrT llogore'
-1...... ... .. 1. 1.11 ..in .In ti rorintll ilfuw
laralion inf court of thoilmost The caso in which the muUl
critical conflition of his patient. millionaire is 0110 of tho defendants
Air. Rogrs has been subpoenaed was decided in favor of tho trm.t
as n witucnt ill tlio suit of Cad- by 11 mnster to whom it was re
wahider AlL Ifnymond against tho ferret! . TJio present action is tlio
Standard l)il company ,for alleged resulj of tlio master's decision,
infringement' of pillcnts . thai rcn- Luwyois Beck of Now York nnd
d'er Lpe'troiomn nOn-oxplosive, ' 4
lif. 1'r.lft .wasv called . toKWisty
hsffjCpr several inbVftlis.
l"e vSi'I1 1,4s 'lOUpiinrjuiiuiHojie, jiii imnp ivviiriiiitinftrpprcseiucu 1110
ArrJSROgerJvhirlT i"ic.lessiaieii$lus' terests fof HWlSiintiff
nbseneoT jfThq jphyMcitti iUcnvtlvoVyM doy-,iMrygers s
of tlinibioaJf down. which hns inre-'Sfollio honrtr sniline-JKLonwihits .
Attentio 1 o
,r1 IK. .' L-3k 1 ' ..' . . rMi3 (Vrrtffft. ,
1IsviKI:)J", "?tfyr.-3dM. t'M'W'l thisrtatcinent
MWhilAlr.Rogofs k lr1ViiJ-.Mjjat JIr. Rogers;' trbafien
proving Ids ..condition is such tjfat ' tfrcl.v physical nnd notffimentiil'.''
IT WAS LOADED
Prospsctiye Bride of Denver
IsfNovv; A Cof pser Bc-
Ic&ubo of Accident.
Tlnnvop C.nn rilHllntllhfir t.1. TflQ
anc'lefiU Btory ot;'!d'nt know1 Itvaa
lnnilnilrl' caiiEedia' licartbreakllii; trtiK-'
cdy 'Denver IfistU'lKUt, ljen'llto,
Just jbegjunlifg to'Jdoom for a; beau
tlf ul" plnofedn-yerlfc l?I,' Was
snuiidd out 1nstantly;,l,i,l .uilapcount-
tiMiv' i,if iMn'rritl'-nilataUh.i, ,
Edna Calloway," 'nfoc or "thp late
Judge J, M. ,lOHI, AaiM; I.rt heri
loreiicuu ib ,!i. email uicic iy'v ""
te)U, whore' th,vb'ilHt .'torn" a 32-call-bta-CoU'automa,
tic, J wpWr entered
apiL car-IcU death IriJ lceursq.
,! wif Anorioii, v,"1"1" v'y
aJ?pd 22, tho man w)io ,jy isoon to
niarry Ilsa CalIowayKVsil presont.
N6w In tho dollrlum biVTila, grief. Ja,
mbans over dnd over UgIift'wordo of
love for hs dead Ideal.
It bannenod abobt tl:2Q 'o'clock last
inlgiit at tho Bills resident.'
f Atrs. VD. iB, Alderson, of Kansas
City, Ja; a, 'sister qfriTJIila, widow
of the former;, iSdwe-". Op Saturday
young AndorBonHdtiMJHH Calloway,
Jto whom .boywaa .eueil, camo to I
vl8it'Mrs',-,mir8;'n,iVdronil Monday Mrs.
New YqrK. s v.'
Fresh ones wero in as great demand
as staio ones in mo eiunuHiiuu ui
the moment. Tho Btatlon was nulcK-
ly surioundcd by several Hundred
persons, They yelled to tno artisi:
"Come out, socKicss one. -"Oh,
I'We aro wnltlng for you, nfflnlty."
1 Ho ai'ineared at tho Btntlon jloor for
moment, and a battery ot eggs and
vpgctaifies letMtscu loose ngainsi uio
wnll If ffPRini1 tlin doorwaV. but
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the artist escaped damage,
' Thon camo tuo toot r nn cnS'no.
."'s fnco beamed with delight. It
lwa thejdown train, ho thought, and
ll0 rushed out. It turned out to bo
n wny-rrcgnt, and as uano scramDicu
l,"UK lu U1U D"-'"" ''. lv -"
filled with missiles. k One egg found
' fnlr ni!rk on tho Dnr.k of his neck.
1tr1ntt tannin tiFnti ttin rllllnf rt (lin
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lllt,c room In tho Btatlon again, ho
carefully removed asmiicb of tho
egg as possible, saying, na ho took
,n ,arK miuei ironi uis pockoi;
''This Is what they oughtSto have."
But ho had no" weapon.
iWhcn tho train pulled In tho crowd
closed In on hjiii again, and ohco
more eggs nnd vegetables filled tho
air. Earlo suddenly turned nnd tho
crowd circled out from him. His
demeanor was so ferocious that nono
dared como closer. Pale-faced, bo
stood bis ground for a second, and
then sprang aboard ' tho train, fol
lowed by tho gibes sof tho villagers.
IS CRITICALLY ILL
Able to Attend to Business
as a Witness., j, l lV'
much lime must elapse beforo ho
ca'ip transact any business 'or' ap
penr in court as a wilness.
''Mr. Rogers, who is 70 years
old, seems to bo sulTering -from
general debility. For several months
paflMjfhstat present, bis lioalth was
such ilhntno ono could be-nllowed
lin olH.l ltiif-w,i,l. Ill 1 II 1 "
Ilcinnway ,-and ,Badger of Boston
appeared, , lrjfWr;-' ogers, wnua
alKHtt tho hurboinrl ndihir' slowlv
''about the rpuutry inOiiOTiiinlo. Dr.
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Alderson arrived. Last nlghtthore
vas a dinner party nt the Shirley ht
tol mid U Included Mrs. Kills Mrs.
Alderson, Miss Calloway, Mr. Alder
boh and William W. Ellis, son of the
On their return om tho hcii tho
mother went upstairs, 'to play a Joko
on tho young monThoy went to tho
respective bedrooms and b(d the
Whon Ellis and Alderson maou
ready to rotlro they discovered the
trick and called for Jholr pajamas,
Mra.EIHand Mrs. Aldorson stood
In tho' hallway and Miss Cajlaway,
hcarlijg -'the qommotlon and knowing
thaUbemo prank was glug on', peeped
from'h'ery, door and thon 'camo out.
VhbiV.'c'apio.tliQ thought tkloi tq
tji; tragelyiAJdej-Bon Heburetgrf3l-
lls'B.rovolVfri Ellltf took out'-ltin
nia'fiBliej! H'u "bo forgot to femoWj
Mrrng' tnnt remained in itjje;!
'i.lVvK''f""11 VV rBYoiyew
ip( tAceiIiin bir 'busnii.'ls uialtms.
J-'oZWwgit'o, -bod vnti,3j(Vclofk. c;i .h
iPo&eMlpsftionw, ut Fair
i go'Fttf Now York?' where
'.JaiiW'iuilf''waii,t my clothes! "iSi,
yglinpnirwnlc'iloWn lifeless, 1( ', TS
MADK1HIS, 3ED QN .
iakfrJ?.'- RAILROAD TRAOK
Wp-ing'ton,'Ky., Sppt. 13.TWhen
asieeponjtho Qeorgotown md Lox
ington traction liiio, near George
town, Edward Classen, of Frank
fort, was struck by a car. Ho sus
tained minus injuries,
Eton's sonmlesH heavy. old,-;olld,
shoes for J1.9& at BeattyJiV;
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