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THE DAILY MIRROR
f. BURGESS ...Business Manager
It. b. HOLLAND Editor
r. If. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor
ADVlRTiaiNa XATEI FU
Thin paper receives the United Preii Tele
rupUlc ea Bervlco and Market Keportf.
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&ATES Or 8UB10UFTXOV.
Single Copy ........ ..cu.iaiMv.2e
For Week by Carries i.:..rr.lOe
By Mail, per Year -.-,. .$4.00
Semi-Weekly Mirror, pex yen 1.00
AVcather for Ohio Fair tonight and
Friday, except showers Jn tlio north
ern bortlon tonight.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
IWILLIAM T. SMITH.
DEMOCRATIC CITY, TICKET.
' LOUIS SOHERFF
WILLIAM P. MOLONEY.
HARRY S. ELLIOTT.
CLAUDE D. WALTERS.
For President of Council
SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT.
For Council at Large
ARTHUR W. .BRYANT
BENJAMIN F. WAPLES
HENRY A. SOHULER.
For Board of Public Service
J. 0. ANTHONY.
THOMAS J. MEAD.
For Board of Education
FRED E. GUTHERY
J. WILBUR JACOBY.
For Ward Councilman
First Ward-G. W. NEELY.
Second Ward J. J. RUDOLPH.
Third Ward B. B. CARTER.
Fourth Ward J. W. HURR.
MARION TOWNSHIP TICKET.
i DR. 0. P. GAILEY. T
' , For Clerk
' For Trustee
For Justice of Peace
CHARLES H. CONLEY.
CHARLES E. GOMPF.
jjTlie recent decision of Judge
iLihren, oC tlio United States Cir
cuit Court, enjoining tlio olllcers f
to.ttate of Minnesota from en
forcing tlio law of that 6ato in. re
gard to freight l.ites, adds a new
epaplcr to itho usurpation o,f Fed
eral Courts. It will Ho doubt have
an effect contrary to what was Jn
tnded by it. In fact, it will re
sult in the introduction of, bills
at tho next session of congress for
circumscribing I ho jiowers of Fed
eral courts by depriving them of
ojl authority to issue writs of in
junction, diaboas corpus, and prohi
bition in cases wherein the law of
tijstato is called in question. And
itjis not unlikely that such a meas
ure may bo enacted into law. In
1802 tlio Democrats, at .Tefforson '-t
suggestion nboiished tlio Circuit
C6urt of tho United States created
by dlio (ith Congress in February,
and itluit (precedent? is receiv-
io laittcnuoii ot nil wncrresfi-
men who faVor tho pieservatiou of
the reserve rights of ,tho states and
trial bv inn-. Tim next irreat stniL'.Iblm to Jail.
" " - - - " "
;,,c .-i -, , . . ..
thh firstTa sitrugglo agtunst tho
usurpaition of Federal judges-, whom
Jefferson so aptly described as tho
sappers and miners of despotism.
It looks ns if Teddy were losing
ground in Jus ovn statu. At tho
receitprimai-left in Brooklyn, Mr.
A m Story from the pen of
rtcCiricbeoit; (The Daughter of
Fully as entertaining and full of life as
- NetNe, Jane Cabal, Brewster Mil-
Kle in this coutitrv will ho liUo''" an(' 'fen wckeil up in a
hy .'Ken and Myers. s
fiiW LUt Our Price $1.15
5; I C. ii. Wiant
:;BOOKMLLER AND STATIONER.
ix 'ii 1 Mobm ol Post Caris. j.w
RobetK President Roosevelt's post
tnnitpr of Brookyn, was defenedt,
and Hobeit A'. Sliarkey, whom Pres
ident Koosovclt refused to reappoint
as Naval Oflloen of, 'tho port of "New
York, won in Ids district Thero
was n good deal of clatter on tho
part ctfj Woodruff and Roberta land
Shadkey as to how tho result was
brought about. Chairman Woodruff
issued a statement declaring that
ho had not interfered in tho Shar
key distriot. Tho Sliarkey people
declared that lio had. This is n
pointer showing what may bo ex
pected in tho .Toluison-Burton fight
in Cleveland, Ohio. Tlio people al
most always rebel against dicta
tion rom Federal officers, great or
Srr. Hearst ist about to organise
his Independence League, into- n
national party and has decided that
hereafter the league will have noth
ing o do with itho I wo older pai
lies, 'iiim determination is said to
have been taken because Mr. Bryan
icfused to support Jlr. Hearst .for
the nominal iiwi for president at th
last national democinlic conveutioi ,
when .he vottd for Senator Cick
lill of .Missouri, l. i also rcporlc I
that in tho event of Mr. Bryan'
i.mniimtion for President, tho
League w,ill make n nomination o.i
iiurposo to dtfeat Mr. Bryan. How
Democrats will view this will do.
elop later, but thai many will drop
Mr. Hearst's newspapers as organ
of Democracy iVoertniu.
What ill tlio net Congress d
for and with sura r 7 nci.-, ii.o
Washington post. Those who knoW,Louisana Bears Have so Ear
i one woe .and Vice President Fnh
Ijunkf) assume that Congress- will
pay for i, nd mbc it with mint,
lemon, ice and a little Old Pmn-.
ns UMtal. , S
Fay Ornham Magill bossed the
job of selecting the jury to try liei
nnd her husband for conspiracy to
get Pet Magill out of ,ho rnad.i
That i nerfectlv rorcr. Tho indi-.j
caljons are ithat slm bossed tlm'' killed. The dogs jfcpick ft trail.
flivt iob too ,,mt tne hunters dtil not get close
' enough to use their guns und Mr.
TV -.. . Hear escaped, fornhe tlmo being, at
An Indiana, woman is a. 'candidate ijeast.
for an elective oflicc. Should she All tho memborsot tho party are
determine upon a speaking -I!1
lie should secure Pnncess Alico to 0f a bear. Altliough attended by 111
stump tho state for her, as Nick luck thus foy,"'tho president Is still
did for some Jloosiers in the Inst determined afol wlll resume rtheiunt
President HooseUt should pur
chase that Now York bear killing
bull and ,toko him w.ith him on his
Father of the Girl Pleads fox
the Life of Her '
Memphis 'J'enn., October 10. Hen
ry Johnson, a negro, narrowly es
caped lynching yesterday afternoon
In the suburbs of this city' for as
saulting a three-year-old ctilld, the
daughter ot h. B. Broadway, who
lives on Poplar Boulevard; A mob
pursued the negro for soveral miles
and made an attempt to bang him,
but Broadway' p'lended1 that tho law
might he allowed to take Its coursu
and assisted his frlinds in tying
Johnson and throwing him into n
wagon. Meanwhile d) telephone mes
sage had been sentto the Sheriff
and polfCe station ,1or officers and
two posses of each; were sent out.
several newspaper fncn. ono of them
a Deputy Sheriff rushed to the sceno
in an automobile, ind while tho mob
was wrangling wl'th Broadway as to
what should bo done In tho case.
uiey secured tn negro nnd broucht
I'e had already been
i.i .i,... .
ce" coniesseu s3 tho crlran.
Johnson and the child wi
In the Droadway horpe. About the
iiiuujh o! uio wuernoon no seized her ,l securo a position for Mlf Mattox
and after ,choklng her almost to aB member of tho corps ort Btenog
death, cn-.olln abused her. Her raphenr employed In the "Executive
screams (irovo him off and as soon .office. AVhen seen todaV Win triri
ns she could, walk sho tottered to
her grandfathfor's houso, where she
mm wnat naui occurred. Immnnlntf.lv
mo neighbors were aroused ami thuv
chased tho rtegro until they effected
his capture. ' '
il ' Vi
"So you want the position of ad
vance airont flnr our clrcua?"' Inter
rogated tho manager. "Well, we need
a man who can atjr up some life
eyorywhore be goes." "ThafB me.
uobs,- naeiened the applicant. "Had
any experience In stirring up ltfe?"
"Tiou bet! I uied to drive a sllreot
twiwnpr inH ull .... mi - I
, . r., D,,,tcu uil IUIJI1UI1IP OI
germs ev.ry day,"
Monkey House Incident
New York, Oct. 10. -Broken In
health arid leamrfKUcnrlljfllOJibttie)
arm or a friend, JJenrlcu courleri, '"
rector ot tho Metropolitan1- opera
OtOtlTO OU1BO 'UOSttOS 1BBJ JO 0RO3 OIl
nouse, who lias necn in icuropc since
today from the steamer Kronprlnzes
Mr. Conrlod wild his physicians
ub road had advised him that ho had
neuritis., Ho said his breakdown was
due to nervous strain over tho ar
rest nnd fining at Caruso. Caruso, he
wild, would sing nt the Metropolitan
opeia house during the coming sea
"All Ihiropo," he said, "laughs nt
us because ot Caruso. The king ot
England and the emperor ot Austria
have received him and the emperor
ot Germany will soon. Don't talk
to mo any more about Caruso. That
dreadful thing cost me my health,
and every time I hear of It, feel
Mr. Coin-Jed said ho had two new
singers, hut would not announce tholr
NOT A SHOT
Escaped the Presi
dent's Big Gun
Stamboul, La., Oct.
Koosevelt had another
He started f'out shortly
after C o'clock yesterday morning,
and a courier who came Into Stam
Iioul. last night reported tnat up
Mm timn lm lnft nothlnir hnd been
again eariy 'tomorrow.
Dr. Mlll.'of Mississippi,
ranged tobjlng over
3jhrlng over n pack or 1?
t' Wild rnts nrn ntentlfiil.
several having heen eon hy tho
guides while endeavoring to start n
.1011 FOR HIS
Prompted Bigelow to Send
Bomb to Governor of
Bryan, Ohio, October lO.f-Tuat
Kemp V. Bigelow, of this city, who
Is now In Jail at Denver (Colo.,
charged with having sent Infernal
machines to Governor Buchtq nnd
several other prominent men'of tho
Silver State's capital, concoived a
melodramatic plan to mako himself
a "hero" and plant himself firmly In
the god graces of tho Governor and
as a reward obtain 'a position tor his
sweetheart as a stenographer i in tho
Executive's oftice has been brought
to light thero.
s Grace utttox. a "n 'ol " , n'0V " account
UoVemployTof the 0 .,, V fci n x"' Dr "ob
nKompa.ly, Wi "'I?...?.0"'! iDl1 !jac .!'10 "
A week aco Miss
stenoKranhur in the
J Bryan, Manufacturing
whom Bl&elow was Infatuated, told
Grant Musters, ono of tho i members
of the a'rm, that she had received a
letter frqm her sweethoait eiylng ho
would soon have a cood nosltlon for
ihor In Colorado. In his leUer Blge
ilow said! ho had seen Governor Uucli-
(tol, and! through his own personal
friends In Colorado, ha$ been able
would not talk. Sho absolutely re-,
f"sed to nfflrm or deny Master's
Hiaiement about the letter fcw tii
l. - T- -r,w
low. i . ' , a -tifuw
,It is. now heiievM " thai" WitekW
toneoivedttie Idea 6t tiendlfig ililn-
dnd then gavo a warning b Ihc
elpients tlinjugh tho police Wire tho
packngea copld bo delivered. -v this
means ho hoped, It Is satdi'td get n
"btand-In" with tho OoveiW nnd
securo a position for his s
Dtgelow left here for
August 18 last. He Is a so:
p, u, twireiow. Hiipenntci
Tnwncllln Qnlinnli, Til..
'. mviiuuisi Jim in
lunvu 111 a ann inuol fwi marf
,' ' - ""- """
ni of, Prof.
f)AWVTTJ.TR WOUIW Alii! it
New York. Oct. If). Tsr'fooom
Joseph G. Cnmioti for Presidential
candidate nino women ofomnvillo.
III., are in New York. m guests
of the Ihumlle, III'., lrti-V
lilcideutnll.r they-.laro irtaking a
tour of Hie Atlantic coast to see
Washington and ihe Jamestown
Exposition. Several peroii,to whom
(hey ihnve been introduced have
endeavored to find oittftho political
a .i ..P j.i. ntr'iY ml. .
M.'llllllll-lll III lull! IYVBU. JUUJ JV1IHB
unncn do not pwfespYtO' know any
thing if politic; outside of Ban-
Njllc but Danville, .tboy wcadfastly
imUt lift' fon Afo'.V 'Cannon first,
InM and all tlje .jtrgnfy
That is 'What John D. Jr.
Makes,, in Addition to
New York, Oct. lO.-John D. Itock-
efellcp, Jr., prawnprInco of Stand
aid Olltlom, and heir apparent to his
father s millions Is earning 2 a day
from' tho city and county ot New
York as a grand Juror.
Hlfj father Is nt least a near bil
lionaire. .Just how much money the
so'nt lias Is not known positively. It
(ti said, however, that ho has prob
ably $10,000,000 In his own name.
Ivith an Investment at the rate of 6
tier cent this would yield nnd ln-
frnnio of $500,000 n year, or a lltth
moro than $15:i2 per day.
In order to earn ,tho $2 from the
taxpayers of Now' York county, Mr.
Rockefeller had o listen for half a
day to witness who told how other
persons against whom they gave tes
timony hnd committed crimes fron
minder to larceny.
Tho $2 was earned by Mr. Rocke
feller as a member of tho afternoon
Brand Jury, which' had Us first offi
cial scslon yesterday.
John D., Jr., was promptly on
tlmo. His father long ago taught him
that punctuality. Is a b.-ii rule o
Soo BirUin tonight, Y. M,
Not Prohibited by the Epis
copalian Church From
( Hiehmond, Vn.i Oqt;l().-At u
sixth day's tessioil of tho Episcopal
eonvention, impoitant matters wen
diseusd hi lnith house and an in
tcrestinjj missionary meeting was
held by tho women 'a auxiliary.
The most innwHarnfc laction 'tak'ei
by tho house of bishops was ii
voting down 'the motion made b
tho bishop of Albany, to piohibn
the maraago of divorced poisons.
Most of 4 he day (was spen-, in r
diM-ussion of (ho .preamble otToret
by Dr. Huntington of Now Yorl
nnd approved by tho committee oi
caucus. Amendments' without num
her were offeicd Jo this preamble
tho niwt lmiiorliani, of which m-iu
th" substitution of f,ho wools "tlu
word of Cod" foiV'tJio sword of
Cod ravclntion of Himself fn Hh
A Kni riled U1il 41iun...i i.
fore the amendment prevailed.
( Later anolhor amendment waf
ciirncu, which resulted in boll,' ex
prwwinn being used. At the end
ot itho session tho preamble uu
beon amended nnd ,.
tnntter wan mnitriono.i )!! n.-.i...
The men's offoriiu- was announceii
".?ht. Tt amounted ty $775,000.
J. Pierpmit Morgan of, Now York
KvoU'ss: of rhilnlt,p,,Ia
MAE WOOD WILL GX ,-"T
TO COLUMBINE STATE
nMrf. ?(1 r'"'U' t,,a RPvemment
1M. who m cmm w rf
!OWv for Sena tor , Thomas pfatt,
ns iln!iln.i t i . . . . "'
ij,,;' l" k twiowiiw" hot-
YWq 'bome. fif0rt , ,rNt
1 k-j'll lllla l.n..l.i.l. . .!! .1
ivai 1. , 1 n" - C"t , t?8i
ro-.fi,,o il,: ....... I W ? "WW
. I. . . ' ,.V ."VTl.
jn of ' t . "V" ? , ,nt0 t'" rftl(f-
nt'diffrenT .allln .i l
Io wiyn fnend wl.om f.li0 J,nU
UM ,Vr!hn", " D,?uv,,r s,, eaV
Mhilo Kl,o Jiok giVOIl nrrcjtv
S L '0I' f ,8l,t flS:ainst fork's
See Uarton tontghtY. ,M. O. 'A',,
Effort is Being Made to Break up the RooseVelt-Taft
Tables and Secure a New Deal Fairbanks, Cannon,
Knox and Cortelyou Believed to Have Been
iWlfinTimtf, d)?)cf!MI5-'i1ilJillistee, whkrli -is being vacated by
an tonvontiou ot next year win
I chosen today in the Eighth Dis-
iriyijjioi.uiL'iiigiiii ii convention
at Sannaw Git v.' Thore nro
'our counties in itho district Clin
ton, Saginaw, ,Shiwasseo and TuS
ola. At the last, Federal census
t had n opulatioii of 170,114. Vor
ho past eight years it ban been rep
' cs-ented by Joseph V. Fordnoy, of
4ngin!nw', who is now finishing -hisi
ouitli iterm. At tho convention lo
'nv lie will bo renominated by ae-
laniatirni. T,u nddifion ho will bo
hosen as ono of the delegates to
ho National Convention. His col-
"lajntc will be ,T. W. Dewey of
Fmm tli6 intelligence roccied hero
io instructions will bo given by the
ruivcntion, thus practically leaving
he delegate to .work and vote for
vhom they qilensp. It ii understood,
imvcver, that Congressman I'Vrdnoy
vill vote for Speaker .Toscp'h Cannon
, 'E Illinois, with whom ho U on the
1 'riendliuest of terms because of
heir long association al Washing
nn. Thero are no substantial rea
ons for believing that Michigan
s a.stato will be found in linn
I 'or Cannon. On tho contrary, the
'nft managers are counting upon a
nlx-tantial percentage of the elo
ntes. I.ati roar the state was thought
o b e for Vice President Fail banks
nd Senators Burrows nnd Smith
'ere counted among bis supporters.
row it appears thnt there .has been
marked change nd that the Fnir
anks sentiment has died away.
Micro ilmvo been a scries of com-
'unicntions between tho Michigan
Republican leaders anil the Tnft
Assistant Secretary of the Nnvv
'rtiman II. Newberry, f Detroit,
as been waking fo;- Sccretaty
'aft for over a 'year, beginning
hen the other leader weie for
"lairbnnks and olJier candidnlos.
'inco then ho has been joined bv
tmc vcrv ipnwcrfid aides, Tndeed,
Hero is said to be a scramble amraig
ho politWans1 is to wbicJi of them
'mil bo recognizeil in the gladsome
'nys tlint are to come. Whatever
he condil'ons if is eerta-n thnt the
ote from .the Eighlli Hislrict will
o for Cannon on (he first ballot,
nless Congressman Fordncv rfmuld
Iinnge his mind. Fordncv now hns
minor chairmanship, that of the
''ornrmtteo on Expenditure in the
avy. Ho is nlso a. member of
ho impoitant Merchant Marine
""ommitteo and q.L""' Committee on
"Rublic Lands. Ho is nmbiUons',
owevor and is seeking (ho place
i!on the Ways and Means Commit-
AND QUICKLY RESPONDS
n Important Deal is Believed to be the Cause for tfis
budden Departure He Was too 111 to go to Court
But Not to III to Respond to a Call from the
New Yoik, Oct. 10.-II. II.
1COQCIV VI en ikrnoilnnt nf llwi Slnn,l I
O '" .--w f.. w.v.... ..fc ...W KJ.....-U
loffavtf, ico picsidcnt of the Jstaiid-
'or thii city yesterday from Jibs
ionic iH Hiir Ilavon, .Ma&s.
An imperative inevnigo from Wil
iam Itockcfeller mused Mr. ltog
s' journey, which was mndo in his
'a-st hlcani yacht, Knnawlin, with
lis ph.v.sicinn, Iir. C. A. Pitatl.
At I) o'clock, according to de
ipntcihes; from Fair Haven, a
'oiifr disfanco telephone call to
fr. Hobori houso put him in cqn
nt Jmi with .tie Standard Oil
odlce-, and W'iMi William Itocke-
''KftlT'l'l To 'It l
I "I w lll(7UI Ul
CNo. 110 N2 Stutk Nai St.
SUWETY iOWDS ISSU
Congitwsman Chailes II. Gro.svonor,
ot CHiio. it will lie reminy seen mm
this eonilitidn 'presents a anio op-
niirtuuitv for flu cNchnngo of cour
tesies. Speaker Cannon can sewtoh
Congressman Fordncy'n back by
making Jiim ft member of this pow
erful committee and Congressman
Fordney enii cmtoh Seaker Can
non 'h hack by voling for him for
President nnd ndding to that snf
fingo the vote of bis colleague.
'flic intelligence reached political
circles here that thfc "opposition to
Tnft in this sta'to Ls concentrating
upon (lovernor Cliarles B. Hughes,
of New Yoik. That this was the
new development was ascertained
through the visit of a prominent
Foiaker man Io New oik last
Wihilo Jheio he infoiTpcd a. Now
York oflcial that, all -of Senator
Fonikcr's fiiends Mere now for
Hughes in the hope of. breaking up
tho Koosovclt-Taft play and bringin
about d condition- thnt would inspie
a new deal in party politics. It is
probably 'this infoiniation tln.it caus
ed Stnto Insurance l-oimiiissioner
Ailhiir I. Vow m few d.ivs ago
to tell a friehd that it was b-s be
lief that the reactionaries would cen
ter upon Ilnghcw in tho last in the
hopo of defeating bis candidate.
I-or several weeks it 'ha, heen ap
parent that llughes( M-as ijilm man
wilmm Ihc Tnft organiz-atiou feaied
boeauso of his ability to split the
nrepressiw forces ' and unite ibis
mo;ely to ilhe slh-ongth of the con
servatives". If a deal has heen fr.uned up
us -tlio intelligence from New Yoik
lodav w-CHihl indicate, it would an
pe.ii- tlrit the various so-called con
servative candidates have nil been
thrown overboard Knox, Fairbanks'
Chhnnn and even Corielyou in fa
vor of a moderate progressive
Willi alliances or support from
tlio men ho Jinvo been suppca-ting
these candidates it1 will be an
extremely easy matter for Hughes
In get I ho hacking ( of his own
slate for the icactionaiics thero arc
willing Io take him oven with his
record nf Jiaving "dishubed busi
ness conditnonst'V jTlierejiis-a ques
tion, though, nsvo wfiat the rank
atul file of the Republican voters
in O'vo will d when at come to
rhnociii,g between Tnft and Hushes.
Tt will cosl the onli-Administrnlion
leaders no effnit .to (ako the field
for the Now Tinker but it is an
entirelv diffeient tiling for tho mnp
cfirrvinsr oidv a spear. A.t Tafl
headquarters i( wa, enid that (horn
was no fear n3 to Avlmt Olvo would
do in the situation if l,Pro wn,
ally M-rm-y it w.-n as l0 other slates.
feller in person.
Two mesbenjfers were'' despatched
po,st hasto from tha houso. One
jjot Dr. PjUtt in a hurry. Tlio
other ordered tho engineer -of tho
Kanawha to get up fctcam at onco
and bo lendy to ail in an hour.
Ronii after 10 itho ynelit sjenmed
out of tho Jinihor wilh Mr. Hol
ers and Dr. Piutt nbonnl. Sinco
Mr. Ioi has dechued himself,
recently, Io bo too ill to como to
New, Yoik ilo attend the iiicstiira-
lion of Standaiil' Oil it is believed
Mini homo lluniCIKIous linimllllllt I0-
voiopmcnt must bo under way to
induce him to leave.
50 mew snes ! Ioom
Cushion SilK Pluh and
Sterling Ltather. Solid
Morr Chairs, Now OK
We claim them to he the best'
and most uniform line of mod
crate priced teas on thamar?
kct, They all make a deli
cleua cup of tea and the price
is Cy 30 corns per 1-2 lb
Young Hylan, Uiicolord Ja
Phones 39. 299 '. Center St.
Agency lor Woods Boston Coffees
NWe spend a good deal of oorv
time in our' bedrooms. De
we spend what we ought la'
furnishing of the ioom?
It WNuld be neatly And'
convenieiWljL furnished, end"
may bo donoVuxurioiily hv,
purchasing hererlE . '
We are Bhowingepecial
lino of beautiful things at,.
figures to suit, everybody's
WEST END FURNITURE'
Bowman & Schoenberger.
DailjrVExcurslon to Norfolk
Tour orvJast with Stop-overs
Go one route, roturn another.
Lexington Ky., Oct. 6 to 8. v
jfcona, ill., Oct. 12 and 13.
Toledo, O., Oct. 12 to 14.
OhatVanooga, Tenn., Oct. 14
and 15. .
Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 18 to
Chicago, II!., Oct. 28 to Nov.
Northwest West and Spnth-
west special reduced rates .'C
For Particulars call on
G. M. KNA1TRTI Ticket Airent
PAINT MEN WANT
Cincinnati O,, Oct, 10. Tho Na
tional Paint, Oil and Varnish ussocl-
atlon adopted resolutolns favorlnp
" iovibiuh una u nuiiouai puru
Tho committee on legislation reconi-
mended tho passage of law requlrtiiK
tho proper bra,ildnp( .00,11 substitnteH
for quinine; action dguhist , tho sale,
ih prison niauo goous,' ami mvoreii, a
"reasonable" emnlovnrsr llnlillltv ne.K' '.
rolliw Hbijr of ,lidorado; Jfl,ia.,
n found -ilead in his nlpcping' car
beih hoon aftct- the ;Pallimoro ar)l
Ohio Southwestern Jiain nrrived bore,
from the Kust yesterday, iro wnV
leluniing fiom la visit to hlv father!
nt rjaiksburg, W. Va. Death waV
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