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r PAOB TWO
THE MARION DAILY MIRROR'. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1007.
IS A BIG SUCCESS
AIRSHIP CARRIES TEN MEN.
A GERMAN AERONAUT SCORES A
Its Speed Is About 38 Miles an Hour
and It Executes the Most Diverse
Evolutions with the
' " Greatest Ease.
Countnncp, (Irnnd Duchy of Union,
Sept. 2"", Count Ferdinand .cpiipllit.
the German npronaut. ou Tuesday
inndo the most successful nerlal tow
ngo hitherto achleeil In niiy dlilglblo
lialloon. Me spent four hours ami 1 7
minutes in the air. completed tliiuni
navlgntttiR J.ake Constance nnd 'pass
ing over live illffeiont states Thu
speed of the airship is estimated to
have been at least HS miles an hour.
When both motors wcte In operation
It easily outdistanced the uutneiotm
steamers laden with obserters that
followed on the lake.
Count Zeppelin, who Is Gil years of
nee, was in ronuunnd of the airship,
which hears his name He had tilth
hi in two assistants and a crow of
seven men to run the niotois. Tim
airship executed the most dlvers6 evo
lutions with the greatest ease. It
moved back and forth befo're tho win
dows of the royal castle at Frledrlch
shofen, making tho turns on a very
small radius, and, coming down the
homeward stretch, It ascended or de
scended at the will of tho pilot, at
times almost dipping into the water
and then rising to a height of fiOO feet.
Tho balloon used Is on a rigid
frame, 420 feet long over all. It holds
31,000 cubic meties of gas. Count
Zeppelin, who was most enthusiastic
over the day's work, Intends to mako
another ascent today.
Nebraska Republican Convention de
clared for the Ohioan for
Lincoln, Xeb., Sept. 23. ruder tho
now state primary law Tuesday was
tho day for all political paitles repre
sented on tho primary ballot to hold
their state platform conventions. Of
the five parties the republicans, demo
crats and populists gathered In con
siderable numbers. The prohibition
I?t8 held no convention and the social
ists had one delegate, who eertllled to
platform and organization with the
secretary of state.
it The republican contention, which
Was most largely attended. Mas ptl
jniirlly a business meeting, but It
found time to endorse Secietary Taft
for tho presidential nomination.
UThe feature or the demur mile con
vention was the hpeech of W. .1 liryan.
ffa congratulated the party ou having
unerged from the t alley of the
shadow of death, which ho bald the re
iMibllcans, hopelessly dlt hied, were
ilist entering. He Insisted that tho
title of "great postponer" belonged to
f-k'eretary Taft because, while ho
favored tariff reform, lie was obliged,
fjjv party pressure, to udtocute putting
off the day of action. '
TSffhc democratic platform opens with
commendation of William .1. Brnn It
opposes the centralization Idea ami de
clares for tho election of I'nltod
States senators by direct vote. Imme
diate revision of the tariff 1b urged
and an income tax favored.
Jury to Try Borah Is Secured,
(Boise, Idaho, Sopt. M. The Jury
"Which is. to hear the evidence against
"V?- E. Borah, United States senator
eect, charged with taking part In it
conspiracy to defraud .he government
by false entries on timber lauds In
this Btato, was completed Tuesday.
Tyio address to tho Jury on behalf of
tuo united States wah delivered by
Attorney Burch, of Detroit Some
elation to Borah's friends v. as caused
wjhen It as announced by Hurch.
counsel, : -it tho government would
contend that his otfeusc tvns a misde
meanor fiily. It Is expected that
J So rah v 1 offer in defense the con
tention il ho acted merely as conn
spl for ti' lumber company olllclals
accused t r uelng originators of tho aN
lejjed co!. Iracy.
"WoUld Car Them Out of Texas.
jAiUttlu, Tex., Sept. 2.1. Attorney
Qeneritl Davidson, of Texas, on Tues
iny instituted suit against the I'till
lhnn coi.'iiair and tho Western Union
Telegraph Co to prevent them from
olng. business In Texas and asking
fpr permit fo.m of $100,000 jrom each
rompuii on tho amount duo tho statu
(in tho cipltiil stock, $100,000,000 In
ijach Instance Tho petitions reelto
that th" companies have never filed
tjoples of their articles of lncoipoin
tlon or taken out a permit to apenita
m Texas, an required by law, and that
because of those omissions they
dhouh.1 be enjoined from doing busi
Pol'ce snot Crap Shooters.
' Plttrburz. Sept, 25. During a raid
Tuesday by tho police ou a crap game.
jWUcipiUed lit by a number of ne
groes the ofllceis opened fire on tho
Hien when they ran and Daniel Mm
hy, lit jeaiM old, white, was fatally
Shot arid Hnys Kesslor, colored, was
shot thrcttsh the back. Thu others
hargnd with Murder by His Brother.
Jackhjn, ICy . Sept. 25 Ex-Sheriff
JtKii" Callahan surrendered to Sheriff
Tjrawford Tuccday on a warrant charg
ing; him with complicity In tho murder
'61' Dr. B. D. Cox three years ago, Tho
warrant was sworn out uy Roger Cal
lahan, H hi other of tho former sheriff.
.pallSlmn was released on bond.
Strikers Wrecked a Street Car,
Latrobe, J'n- Sept, 25. After cut
ting the trolley wires, causing tin
stoppage of, (runic, striking employe
of tho Westmoreland Street Rtillwaj
. attanked a car near hero uud pin
' (NT crew to (light. The tilkor
HtnasUcd tho car windows and destro)
cil-UXH iSWi ' -
William Randolph Hearst denies
that he Is a caudldato for tho presi
dency Milk will sell In New York City at a
higher price this winter than It has
commanded in a generation, anil prob
ably at the highest prico It ever
The I'ennstlvanla and Heading rail
way companies nnnotince that during
October the round trip faro rate
within Pennsylvania will remain as at
present, pending a decision on tho
constitutionality of the two cent fare
law which goes Into effect October 1.
In Instnnces where the fare exceeds
two cents a mile the rate will be re
duced to two cents.
Bank Cashier Stole $60,000.
Baton Rouge. I.a., Sept. 23. Oscar
Kondert. rormcrlv cashier or the First
liutlonal hank here. Is missing while
United States officers are searching
for hi with a warrant charging Mm ,
with a defalcation or $1,0.000. It is
alleged that the shortage was dlscot
ered over a month ago. but that Kon
dert and his friends made good tho
greater part of the lose.. The bank
olllclals. It Is said, declared themselves
satisfied, but the ruderul olllcors tie.
elded to prosecute the case.
Beavers Is Released from Prison.
Plttsbutg, Sept. 2.". George W.
Reavers, formerly of the postal depart
ment, who .was sentenced to Imprison
ment In connection with tho postal
frauds, two years ago. was releas
ed front the penitentiary at Mounds
illle, W. Va.. last night.
Child was Killed by an Auto.
Scranton. I'a.. Sept. 2.1. Fa mum
Mears. son of tho late John Menrs, a
millionaire, while riding In his auto
mobile Tuesday struck ami killed Itoso
Carroll, C years old.
Will Try to Impeach Browne.
Washington. Sept. 23. Theodore
Roohetelt garrUon No. 71, Army nnd
Navy Union, has practically decided
to bring charges of Impeachment
ngalnst National Commander ICdwIn
Hrowne, of Baltimore, who summarily
ordered the tearing down and carrying
off of tho garrison charter.
A Famous Quakeress Dies.
Philadelphia, Sept. 25. Anna T.
.Tonnes, the Quakeress who gave Si,.
000,000 last April for tho education of
negroes In tl south, died hero Tues-
rday, aged 85 years. She leaves an ea-
titto worm $.,uui,uvu.
Murdered His Lifelong Friend.
Scranton, I'a . Sept. 25. Simon
Schoen, an aged resident of this city,
while Intoxicated Tuesday bhot and
killed his lifelong friend. Joseph Lam
bert, a special policeman.
Bidders Were Many.
Washington, Sopt. 25. There will
ho no difficulty In securing ample coal
for the use of the A Mantle coal ships
' u the trip to the coast. Judging Tram
the bhls lor Biipnljlng fuel opened at
the navy department Tuesday. A large
number of proposals were presented,
most of them for transporting Ameri
can coal to bo purchased by tho navy
department, although there wcro also
a number of llrniB who offered to con
tract for delivery of Welsh coal. To
tho regict but not surprlso of tho de
partment thero were but few offers to
ship American coal in American ships.-
Grand Circuit Races.
Columbus. O., Sept. 25. No horso
won as ho pleased at Tuesday's Grand
Circuit races, when 20 heats were trot
ted and paced, Allen Wilson's mllo In
2:04V4 being the fastest. This inaro
raked In theiKIng stake for 2-.00 pac
ers. Flying Jim took tho fourth heat
of tho 2: 13 paco that was started Mon
day and then paced second to Pace
maker In the fifth heat. Judges do
clared all bets for that last heat off
and reserved further declsloil until
later In tho week. Chime Bells won
the 213 trot. It was necessary to split
"both the 2:18 pacing and 2:19 trotting
fields. Leone won the first division of
tho pace. Point Burglar, first choice
In tho second division, has two heats
to his credit.
Receivers for a Street Railway Co.
New York, Sept. 25, The New
York City Railway Co., one of tho
maze of corporations Wrnc,d In con
nection with tho operation (if the sur
face traction lines on Manhattan Isl
and, was placed In the Hands of re
ceivers Tuesday on petition of credit
ors nnd the admission or the company
that It Is unable to pay Its debts.
Douglas Rqblnsou ami Adrian II.
Jollna wore named as recelveifl. No
statement of liabilities was made, but
the financial statements of the com
pany show a deficit fro'm 1902 up to
Jliue 30, ,1807, oseresfttriig 6,00 l.oOO,
MW- - ' ' v Ml .
THE OIL Ti
AUDITED BOOKS OF THEWATERS
PIERCE OIL CO.
EVILS OF REBATE SYSTEM
Were Felt by One of the Standard's
Rivals as Far Back as When Col.
Scott was President of Penn
New York. Sept. 23. Accountants
for tho Standnrd Oil Co. annually aud
ited the books of the Waters-Pierce
Oil Company of Missouri, after 1900,
when Its name disappeared front the
list of companies controlled by tho
Standard, according to Wade Hamp
ton, general auditor of the Standard
Oil Co., who testified Tuesday In tho
government's suit ngalnst the oil com
bine. In 1!)00 the Waters-Pierce Oil Co.
was prohibited from doing business In
Texas under tho anti-trust laws be
cause of Its relations with the Stand
ard. Tho Waters-Pierce company
wiib reorganized, and the stock hold
by the Standard was sold. Testimony
has been adduced that Charles
Pratt, secretary of the Standard,
bought the stock and held It In tho
Standard's Interests. Mr. Hninpton
testified Tuesday that he hod
each year ssmt nccountnntu to tho
Wnters-Plerro nil fVv in tm.nt i.
books, at the request of tho ofllcero
of the comnativ.
The troubles of the oil firm of Lom
bard & Ayres In the early sotentles
wns an interesting feature of tho
day's hearing. Mr. Lombard fcald that
ho had great dlllleuKy In obtaining
tank cars to ship oil ami that his com
pany felt tho dllllculty of competing
with tho Standard, which, ho said, was
receiving rebates from the trunk linos.
Ho hnd two conferences with A. J.
Cusbatt, or the PcnnHjltaula railroad,
but was told that tho rebates which
wore given the Standard did not
amount to much. Mr. Cassatt, tho
witness said, suggested that his diffi
culties would doubtless ccaso If lift
united tho Ixjinbard company with tho
Air. Lombard testified that ho had a
conference with Col. Thomas Scott,
president of the Pennsylvania, In
which ho was told that tho Lombard
company was getting all t?c tank cars
It could obtain under tho allotment.
Col. Scott, according to tho witness,
said tho Pennsylvania railroad would
not haul 'tank cars built by the Lom
Anthony L. Brady, of Albany, told
how the Mnnhnttan Oil Co., of Ohio,
wus sold to a London company. Mr,
Brady said he hail no Idea when the
sale was mado that the company was
going Into the hands of tho Staudard.
Lochren's Injunction Is Defied.
St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. 23. Attorney
General Young appeared before Judge.
Bunn In (ho Ramsey county district
court Tuesday and asked for a writ
of mandamus ngalnst the Northorn
Vaclllc Railroad Co. to compel that
road to put Into effect tho commodity
raio law neciareu uiegai Dy juiigo
Ix)chren, of tho United States district
court. Jttdgo Bunn Issued tho writ,
which Is mado returnable October 5,
and tho papors were served on tho
The Japan Is Safe.
Sault Sto, Marie, Mich., Sept. 25.
The Anchor lino steamer Japan was
reported by her captnln Tuesday
morning ns being In sholler at Grand
Marias, .Mich, Rumors had been cur
rent that the Japan with her crow and
passengers tvns lost In Luke Superior
west of Whlteflsh Point, whero tho
stenmer Alexander Nlmlck was
wrecked Saturday sight with n loss of
Negro Assaulted a Girl.
Pittsburg. Sept. 25. Florence
Boono, 12 years old, u passenger on
the steamer Wopdnlff, from Greens
boro, Pa to this city, her home, was
brutally assaulted by a negio employe
of tho boat Tuesifay nnd Is In a serl'
ous condition. Tho child Had been
visiting relatives nt Greensboro and
started for 1'lttsburg. .Monday night
the negro broko Into her s(a(e rooiri
and struck her on tho head with n po
tato masher, Her streams nttracled
Iho attention of 4he boat's ofllcers. Be
fore they could realize tho situa
tion, however, (he negro struck Iho
child ngttln. He escaped.
!jU. uJ . v AT
All the Gold
Could not Buy-
Rodlnr, Oa. August 27, 1008.
Mkssrs. B. C. DbWitt & to..
In 1897 I had a. dlseats of th ilomach
and boweli. Soma physician! told me It was
Dyspspsta. soma Consumption of the Lungs,
other said consumption 01 the Bowels. Ons
physician said I would not live until Spring,
and tor (our Ions years 1 existed on a little
boiled milk, soda biscuits, doctors' prescrip
tions and Dyspepsia remedies that flooded
the market. I could not ' digest anything
1 ate. and In tha Spring 1902 I picked up
one ot your Almanacs as a poor cmauoieu
Dyspepsia wreck will srasp at anything, and
that Almanac happened to bo my lite saver,
I bought a fifty cent bottla ol KODOL, DYS
PEPSIA CURB and the benefit 1 received
from that bottla ALL THE GOLD IN
npnrcniA COULD MOT BUY. I kept on
taking It and in two months I went back ta
my work, as a machinist, and In three months
1 was well and hearty. I still use a little oc
casionally as I And It a One blood purifier
And a good tonic
May you liva long and prosper.
Yours very truly.
O. N. CORNELL.
CONFORMS TO NATIONAL
PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW
This is only a sample of
the great good that is
daily done everywhere by
R o d o 1
STORIES OF DOINGS IN OHIO.
Supreme Court Hears Important Case,
Columbus, O., Sept. 23. Tho San
dusky county cusonagalnst the Belle
fontnlne Bridge taml Iron Co. was
heard Tuesday byljtlio supremo court
and Is very Important. The principal
(UicBtlon presented Is whether Section
1277. Revised Statutes ns It now
stands autliorlzein.thu covering back
Into tho cotinlyvFrca&ury of monoy
paid by county conTmlssIoners for con
struction under affontract invalid for
the reason that thdjprovijlons ot Sec
tion 2S31 was ubfrobscried. Tho sec
tion referred to .tjrevldes that before
such a contract con bo let tho com
missioners shall get from tho county
auditor. a certlllcitte that the money
for theMvork Is Inthe treasury or in
process ot collection.
Four. MefiYDrovJned. '
GalllpoIIs, 0 Sept. 25. Whllo out
on tho Ohio river Monday night with
a party of 22 men the, gasollno tank
on tho yacht Blunclie.t. exploded. All
thoso on board wcrrd1 thrown Into the
waler and foiir Were drowned. Tho
lost are: John E. pdwards, clerk' In
the GalllpoIIs postofllce. J. R. Sim
mons, druggist, llnrrlsvllle, W. Va,
K. II. Brake, assistant cashier, Harris
vlllo First national bank. Willis Tid
dler, postmaster at Harrlsyillc and
secretory or the West Virginia repub
lican congressional committee.
A Row In a Church.
Youngstown, O. Sopt.25, Tho en
tire corps of Sunday-school officers nt
Rev. S, P, Wood's church hos resign
ed lu n body. Rev. Wood preferred
heresy charges against Rov. Tinsloy.
Tho nccused ministers was freed of
tho heresy charges ut the conferenco
In Cleveland nnd was 'returned to tho
church hero. Since his return Rev.
Wood has Insisted that TInsley was
not exonerated, but tho Sunday-school
officials of his e rch evidently do
not agrco with Rov. Wood.
Old Soldier Suicided.
Porest, O., Sept. 25. Lying on tho
floor of-an upstairs room, Joseph Do
voro was found dead Tuesd.iy. Ho
had shot hluibclf through thu head.
Tho niuzzlo of tho wenpon hnd been
placed lu his mouth, the bullet com
ing out near tho top ofJhls head. He
was a "veteran of tho Ono Hundred
and Eighteenth Ohio. A wife and
grownup family survive.
A Fatal Dash fo Freedom.
Dayton, O., Sept. 2. In a dosper
ate dash for freedom, William 13.
Burch, of Glendale, 0, n fedoral pris
oner en routo to Cincinnati In custody
or Deputy United States Marshal
Sanderson, plunged ," (headforemost
from n fast flying Cincinnati, Hamil
ton & Dayton train 'near hero Tt(es
day. Ills neck wns broken and death
Oil Refiiery Damaged by Fire.
Marietta, O.. Sopt. 25, Tho Sterling
oil rollnory suffered 'lifavy dnnlago
Tuesday by a flro caused lirobitbly by
spontaneous combustion Tho Sterling
company is ono of tho indmendo.nt le
(lnerles mentioned na shaking an
agrooinent with tho Standard Oil Co.
The plant Is 'located out of tho city
limits, whoro there Is.no fire protec
tion. Two Men Asphyxiated.
Hamilton, 0., S6u.i25. John Lea
veil and John McLaughlin, of Lancas
ter, Ky wore asphyxiated in a room
at tho St. Charles hotel hero .Monday
night. It was at first nought to bo a
case of double Bulclde, but Investiga
tion provbd that It Vas undoubtedly
Ttx Valuations are Increased.
Columbus, O.. Sept. 25. The state
hoard of orjuallzatlbn of Interurban
railways has llxed tho tax value of
such property for the ensuing year at
$12,(585,796, Last year it was $11,
004,041, so that tho tax, value Is in
Nominated for Mayor.
YoungstoWn, O., Bfpt, 25". Thf doitv
ooratlo city convention hiHt nlghl
nomiuated A, W, Cravor tor uiaytyr.
Sold by B G Ooo and Tschancn
Anglaize County Institution
Burns All Inmates
Wnpakonctn, O., Sept. 25. Tho
Auglaize county Infirmary building,
costing $30,000 twclvo yenrs ago,
was destroyed by fire this morning.
All of tho forty-eight Inmates escaped
without Injury by the -prompt res
ell o work of Strother Jones and Wil
liam Metzger, who discovered tho
Tho loss Is total, with $15,000 In
surance. Tho county comlulssloucrs
will tako stcp3 nt once to rebuild.
In the meantime tho lnmutcs hnve
been .placed In farmer's homes In
tho neighborhood. Several who did
not hear tho alarm had to bo carried
out through the flames. It will cost
tho county $100,000 to replaco tho
building and contents.
LIQUOE DEALERS WILL
TIGHT LOOAL OPTION
l'ilUbuiy. Pa., Sept. 125. The
Pennsylvania State JAhlci niton of
Li'P'or Dealcts it ill meet in ll.uils
burj; Tlnu s tiny mid l-'ridtiy nml pans
lo riiiso a fuiill of .'r2,'.r0i)(!'r)0 lo
llfflit local option in the slate-.
.Alarmed by Hie local oplioii clee-
lions in Ohio when Last Liverpool
nml Wellsville voted dry, the Penn
sylvania, dealers are oinjs to get
Of tlie 47 rloimtiu of Pennsyl
vania .'IS will be represented. Ef
forts will "bo made to organize
thoroughly in every county.
Tempera uco people ate iprcpar
ing for an ngpessit'o local option'
fight in the ne.it legislature.
TWO TRAINMEN ARE
,RUN DOWN BY -ENGINE
New Yoik, Sept. 2.1. -Peter
Ilrockbhv and William Weiws the.
foimcr if Uenssolser, New York,
and the latter if this city, respec
tively, an engineeV and fireman for
the New York Central railroad, .were
cul to pieces early today by an
engine in the New York Central
yards. After finishing their run
they started lo walk up Iho yard
and stepping from Die track to
make way for (lie Poughkeesio
cxpro-H", were run down by a
FED THEM TOADSTOOLS
Ijurlieihni, 0.', Sept. 23. TJiir
ty people tvera -poisoned "flt the
Gaudy boarding house. Toadstools
were eaten for supper, btyng mis
taken for mushrooms.
A physician found the family
and boarders in convulsions. lie
iidmiuistcied mi antidote mid work
ed with Hie sick -people nil night.'
All the viclinw wore confined to
their bods- Wednesday.
Acquitted of Robbery Charge.
Cleveland, Sept. 25. Mrs. Lena
Harvey was acquitted of tho chargo ot
being Implicated In tho robbery of
William C. Langcnnu, a wealthy mnn
tifacturer. In it Ilumllton venue
house, by n Jury in Judge listep's
A Remarkable Fatality.
Bellefontalne, 0 Sopt. 23. While
Mrs. Jnmes Lawrence tvns ringing tho
bell to cnll her husband and son from
tho fields lo dinner Tuesday, the big
bell fell on her head and broke her
neck, killing her.
Masslllon. 0 Sept. 25. Charles
Todd, n well known aitlst, wns found
dead lu n vacant lot Tuchdny. lie
leaves a family 1,1 Pittsburg. Death
Is said to huvo been caused by' alco
holism. Brakeman Fatally Injured.
Wooster, 0 Sopt. 25. Frank Bow
man, of Mlllersburg, a brakeman on
the B. & 0 whllo standing on n cur
Tuesday was struck by a watering
trough nt Overton, sustaining fatal In
juries. Explosion Caused a Panic.
Cleveland. Sept. 25. Twenty per
sons were Injured, ono porhnps fatally,
in a panic following an explosion on a
Lorain nvenuo car Tuesday night.
Nearly 100 pooplo were on the enr.
Too Cold to Play Ball,
Chicago, Sopt. 25. Cold weather
for tho first tlmo this fall caused a
break In tho major leaguo schedule
Tuesday, whon tho socoml gamo ol
tho Chlcngo-Phllndolphla scrlou was
postponed. Chill lako broozos seni
(ho temperature down (o 50 degrees
and tho local players decided such
weather wan not fit for basdball. Thi
teams will play two games to-day.
Dock Laborers' Strike Failed.
Antwerp, Sept. 23. The strike o
the dock laborers of this city,, which
has been going on since last' Juno,
enmo to an yid Tuesday with u sweep
ing victory tpr tho Federation of Ship
Otvnets. At a meeting of the stilke
leaders It wus decided that tho men
should return to work uncondltlou
ally nt tho terms of the employers.
Tho men huvo boen astonished and
ovoravod at tho solidarity of tho fed
eration. nnd there will not bo nnothui
dock laborers' strike Jn Antwerp foi
many years (o come. Tho power ol
tho strtko organizers bus bou com
THE. MORAL OF PORT FiPYAL.
Something We Can Learn from the
Teachings of History.
It Is possible to crush nnd destroy
that which was meant In tho inlnd of
(Tod to bo a power for good In the
church. And It Is possible on tho
other hand, for holy nndMioblo souls
to muko mistakes and to bo overmuch
occupied In attention to one aspect of
truth, to forget that the whole Is
greater than the part, and that tho
wholo body musf bo "fitly framed and
knit logedicr through that which
every Joint suppllctli," If the body Is
to be built up In love. There is noth
ing which wo more neglect than the
teachings of history; there Is nothing
which will at onco so cheer and so
warm us as thoso (cachings, In a
book, tho valuo of which Is out of all
proportion to Its size, an eminent pro
fossor of ecclesiastical history has
told us how to uso thoso teachings.
Tho diverging tendencies of spiritual
thought alike "spring from tho teach
Ing ot our Lord himself. Thoy nro not
antagonistic, but complimentary, (hey
nro both necessary to tho church."
Whon shnlLwc learn this lesson, when
will thoso who keep tho Christian
creed wholo and undcillcd recognize
that there always must bo divergen
cies? The Puritan, tho Catholic, or,
as It Is so well put lif Dr. Bigg's book,
the mystic nnd tho disciplinarian, will
always bo fotlnd sldo by sldo In (he
Cadibllc chtirdh. Tho slory of Port
Royal Is (ho story of these divergen
cies In thought Jesuit nnd lort Roy
alist represented two tendencies. Tho
seventeenth century Was not tlpo for
toleration. Port Royal was crushed,
and crushed because It stood for
what was unworldly as ngalii3t the
sjvorldly world. From "Tho Story of
Port Royal," by Kthol Romanes,
BIG FORKS FOR ESKIMOS.
Table Implements That Had to Be
Made to Order.
Six hundred nnd forty forks, silver
plated and ench a foot long, Jormcd a
part ot tho baggago of K, Tunnel!
Doey, who left Philadelphia re
cently for Point Barrow, Alaska, says
tho Philadelphia Record. Each of the
forks weighed a pound nnd a half,
and tho wholo accordingly weighed
nearly hair a ton. Tho forks wcro In
packages of 10 each, 64 packages In
all, and tho wholo divided Into two
bales of 32 packages each. Mr. Doe.v
takes them to Point Barrow, tho most
northerly point In American Alaska
as presents to the chief Eskimo tribes
there and their members, In pursu
ance ot a promlso mado two years
ago. Then the forks of a vlslJIng
Amorlcan party enormously Impressed
tho natives, who watched their use
with decj) Interest. Some criticism
having been offered to tho smnll size
of the fork, which, perhaps, Ktiftorcd
by comparfson with a walrus harpoon.
Mr. Dooy had Uicso mado to order He
loft for Seattle on his way northward
and expects to return with a large
supply of walrti3 Ivory, timing his re
turn trip with the "open water" of
Big potatoes which weigh as much
as a man are not often seen. A small
consignment of thorn, however, has
Just been sent oft from the West In
dies. Thoro were just six potntoes.
and each was largo enough to feed a
big family. Yam Is tho popular name
applied to this varloty of giant sweet
potato. Tho tubers usually nttaln a
length of thrco feot nnd.nn nvorago
weight of 30 pounds. Yams weighing
from 100 to 1D0 pounds, however, arc
by no means uncommon In the Wosl
Indies nnd other parts of tho tropics
where they thrive, In appearance the
yams look much liko the ordinary po
tatoes oii n greatly enlarged scale.
Thoy arc black or brown external!)
and pale within, uud mo rich In slarcli;
When boiled they have u very pleas
Seven Years After.
A married man sat in n roof garden,
looking up at the starry sky droanftiy.
"Why are you so sad?" "I'll toll you,"
ho replied. "This morning I went Into
my wlfo's room In her absence, anil
on a desk lay a packet of my Iovo let
tersold K Hers that I had written to
her before wo wore married seven
years ago." Ho smiled, sighed, shook
his head. "Foolishly," hp said, "I
road thoso lottors. s I road all of them.
Evory ,word, evory word." 1 lo gazed
at tho stars that gllttorod above him
and at tho lights of the city glitter
Cause of Napoleon's Fall,
There Is no doubt Napoleon fell
through tho sheer dizziness of tho
height ho had climbed to. "Tho Duo
de Raguse," says Comtcsse do Bolgno,
"once explained to mo the nuturo of
his connection with thq emporor In a
phrase which Is more or less a .plica
bio to tho wholo nallon. 'Whon Napo
leon said, "All for France," I nerved
with onthuslasm. Whon he said:
"France and I," I served with zeal.
Whon he said, "I and France," I
served with obodlenco, When ho said
"I" without Franco, t fejttlio necessity
of parting from lilm.' "
La Belle Sauvage,
We may pilucato anil civilize woman
na we will, hut thu limtltict of suv
agaiy will cllnn to luir sUIll. If lovely
woman can adorn herself with any
thing In the nature of Bcalps, or set
herself a-JIngllug with henda ami
tlukllni? Ketv-BUWH, she never loses her
opportunity. ' She In now decking her
Heir forth with Jetvelet Imrratlonu ot
creeping things Iniiuuieruble. Lornlou
Liise's Big Fairyland Show
This week nt the Fair si
spectacular production feat
uring the Thaw tragedy.
Lrom the timchvclyn Ncs-
bit lirst met Stanford White
until tho present day. Show-",
ing the murderer on
Madison Square Roof Gsir-!
den Harry Thaw on trial i
for his life Dclmas andjc-1
romc in a battle ot words
Many Thaw in Tombs prison. '
First tent North of Lam
briggcr's Animal Zoo.
i iimi n i i i ' i mw
New Colorado Honey
Nice, clean, white hon
ey ffesii rrom the
hives, made by bees
from Alfalfa Clover.
per pound 22c.
Pliones-39. 209 E. Center St.
Agency (or Woods Boston Coffees
JDon't make the mis
take of building a home
without proper plans to
make it a convenient
home. A- few dollars
spent for plans is worth
hundreds of dollars after
it is finished. Wc only
charge a small fee.
South Side build
ing Supply Co.
y U0. 1
Wc received a shipment
of fancy peaches this
morning wc will sell at
$2.75 per bushel
F. J. LUSCH
N.E. Cor. StaU & Cntr IU
Mrs. Annto YenniaiiH, Anierlcn's old'1
oat uoti'csK, will retire from tho hIiiko
with the celehratlcii of her novonty-'
Bocond hlrlfiiluy on November 11),
The rovouuo cutl?r .MoCnlloch ros-l
cued 2 in pcraouu from tlm xhlp .lohu
Currlor, which wan wrecked lu Ncl
koii's Kurooii, Uulmu'i Inland, Urn-lug
Hundreds df delegates from Unltnil-'
nn nnd other liberal churcheg through i
out tho country linvo gathered In Huh- I
ton lo ntiGiid the fourth International j
cnugre8 of religious llberitlb. y
Sevon workmen nnd ono girl wero 1
executed ni i.uuz, itusHinn roiaiht,
without ti In!, for unrtM'mtlnK In tlio
murder of Marcus Slluorstcln, owner
of a inrgo cotton mill, who tviui killed
by hla omnloyos. September 13.
Tho rocking chair brlgado werq dls.
ciisbIiib death and burial, their mlndst
having hcon directed theroto by l)'
passing of ti funeral through the yli
lago street. Hach ono paused sufll.
plently long In her knitting to deacrlbo
tho kind of burial alio would like, nnd
Iho place whero uho would llko to bq
burled. A .recent hut popular como,
who Is suspected of having been
horn In tho Kmorald Jnle. wa.-sed en
thuslaBtio over the cemetery plot
which she had bought for herself?,
alio doserlbed tlio beautiful flowers
sho hud already planted and ihu In
structions alto had given to the cehie-
tory gardener. Sho had gotten every
tliluu In readiness, ami could die at
any time knowing hot- grayo would ho
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