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THB MARION DAILY MinKOR.TtlESDAY, NOVMtBEtl i(. 1007-
HARD WO TO GET A JURY,
ii POWERS MURDER TRIAL PRO
CEEDS AT A SNAIL'S PACE.
The Prosecution Offers Affidavits to
" Prove Prejudice on the Part of
Georgetown, Ky Nov. 20. In tho
,, Powers trial Mondny Stntc's Attorney
Franklin tiled nflldavlts attacking tho
eligibility of four of tho jurors who
J are republicans. An affidavit by J. W.
i Conyers asserted that Juior Woyland,
I on tho tlntc Wllllnm Goebcl was killed,
cursed Goobol nnd offered to bet, n
. )rlrik of whisky that Ooebcl would bo
' shot before night.
Ah affidavit from Arthur Ciocjicl,
t brother of the murdered senator, was
offered by the state In Its nttoek on
, the eligibility of tho Grant county
Jurors whom the commonwealth
nought to have removed from the Jum
A' ....... -, ,..,i . ... ,...
y'KW .". '"?VK ??.B...1.? lu BU"
thai W. F. Wilson, of Wllllnmstown. a
republican attorney, went with the
sheriff Into Giant county to summon
the veniro nnd rode In a buggy with
II. W. Green, tho brothor-in-law of
Powers, advising luid aiding him In
the selection of a venire, and that the
two qualified jurors
by placing themselves In the way of
the sheriff on their advice. Other nfll-
l davits quoted AVaylaud ami John II.
Forgubou, another juror, as having
said that If selected on a jury they
" youjd clear Powers, regardless of law
and evidence. A spirited contest was
waged In tho effort to remove tho
FOUGHT LIKE DEVILS.
Twelve Hundred Arabs Were Killed In
an Attack Upon French Troop
Lalla Mnghnla, Algeria, Nov. 20.
Ten thousand of the fiercest Bents
L, Nasscn tribesmen sw.ooped down on
the French camp Sunday and weie
beaten off with a loss of 1,200 killed.
Tho lighting continued for a long time
nnd wns conducted on the part of tho
tribesmen apparently with total dtsre-
, gard for their lives. At ono tlmo tho
French Infantry were in danger of be
ing surrounded, but they finally disen
gaged themselves from their perilous
1 position by a most brilliant charge,
The rout of the Arabs was completed
by vigorous shelling by the artillery. I
The French loss was eight killed.
Tho Arabs wero not discouraged by i
this severe repulse, but reformed
their forces and in nddltlon directed
I their efforts to rousing other tribes.
The lighting was resumed Monday and
the booming of cannon could be heard
throughout tho afternoon. The results
or me name aro unnnown at present.
Filibusters' Attack was a Failure.
Rio Janeiro, Nov. 26. A Brazilian,
Sebastlne De Mngall, who recently
published In some Amcilcnn news pa
pers a proclamation inviting subscrip
tions for an expedition to overthrow
tho states of Brazil, landed Sunday at
Pallia and later embarked on a tugboat
with four Canadians and four English
men for tho town of. fllheps, a port
about ).'o miles distant from Babia.
Arriving there tlio little band, which
was well armed, attacked the town. A
number of inhabitants offered resist
ance. One of the attacking party was
killed and another was made prisoner.
The rest of the party fled.
Oleo JVIakers are Convicted.
Cleveland,, Nov. 20. Henry and
Frank II. Hnrtman. brothors, were
yesterday found guilty by a jury In
the federal couit of violating laws gov
erning manufactuio of oleomargarine.
Sentence was deferred. The trial wus
uotablo and followed a laid by rcrenue
A Very Disastrous" Fire.
Cincinnati, Nf'. 26. One person
was killed, two Injured, five rescued
with slight injuries nnd $lt'0,000 loss
was caused by n flro Mondny In tho
sU-story bilck block at Twelfth and
Main streets dleupled by thu William
Windhorst Co,, a ictail dry goods firm.
,Tbe dead wjman is Alberta Duefflpr,
aged 21, an employe. An electrician
Jmd been woiklng in ono of tho show
windpws and the llnmes nro believed
Jo have stuited from dossed wires.
, Refused to Enjoin Pressmen.
New York. Nov. 20. Justlco McCnll.
n JhQ pupiemo court Mondny, denied
he, application of Lawrence Fell, m-os-
Jdpnt of tho United Typothetao of
America, for tho contlnuanco of nn In
junction restraining tlio International
Printing Pressmen's union from strik
ing and refusing to carry out nn
agreoniont jpade last January with thu
Typothetae. . '
A Centenarian Des.
5 Pittsburg, Nov, 26. W. IX. Cham
sliors, perhaps tho oldest resident of
tPVunsylyanin, is dead at his homo In
'Washington county. Mr. Chambers
was lQf years ojd. Ho was born at
Derby, Ireland, and came to this conn
'try 41 years ago,
Grand Jury probes Trust Company.
, New 'York, Nov. 20. Tho Kings
county iiwftb jury on Monday took up
.tj)C; affplrp Qf tio Jepklns Trust Co., of
loklyn, which hnH several branches
that borough, nnd tho investigation
fy result In jeyeral indictments be
The Correct Ptcryi fa
snown by solid Jincs, Dotted Jjn.cs $hqw
method of makipg, more Jbreadfhs to
the piece, though of same dimensions.
Even experts cpnnot detect this "skimp
ing" in finished garjneflf?, but skjmped
trowqrs pull out of shape, never set
right after the first wearing. Hangwei!
Trousers are correct In pattern.
jn ij c
jwill never find any other trouer that certain pfl iff the fplcnili feature!
i we ahov a new one in every aclyerlUement.
"aw .. JlW ?'"
lint UmMly Mvf, eonvenUneea, aefded proof
O. KENYQN OQ,
PITS OF, NEWS.
Tho linlted States exchange 'bank
at''ew York City,, a statf Instjiullpn
which stiBponded October, 25, hns i,o
opened. The E. & T. Fairbanks-Scale Co., of
St. '.ToluiHbury, Vt., employing 1,300
inpn, which went on n five-hour sched
ule two weeks ago, has started on an
Mount Vesuvius, nfler two months
of Inactivity, Is emitting clouds of
donso smoke, accompanied by consid
erable roaring from threo fissures
around tho old crater. Alarm Is felt
by tho peoplo'of surrounding towtu.
Ran rnuck and was-))llsd.
' Alamosa, Col., Nov. 2C After sot
ling flro to tho Palma hotel Monday
nnd nttomptlng to commit suicide
l.all)ie Ilodiiguez, a government forest
leserve agent from Espnnoln, N. AI.,
stabbed .C. 13. Anderson, of Coldwnter.
Mich., to death, seriously stabbed and
assaulted four other men and finally
..- 11 1.111 "l. n..1i1 lnltn
Sir, who wS Wtai to" nrr
him. Tlio marshal then shot and
. killed llolrlniez. It Is believed that
he was insane.
Pcnevs Its Offer to Arbitrate.
Cleveland. Nov. 26. Tho Cleveland
Elccttlc Railroad Co. Btnnds by Its pro-
i l'osal that tlio street railway contra-
verity niusi uu bi-iuot uj "mi
and by methods which Major .iDlnibon
characterizes us lmpossime. jit a com
munication to tho city council last
night tho company renewed Rb de
mand for arbitration. It wants to arbi
trate with the Municipal Traction Co.
nnd leavo the city council out pf con
sideration. Mills to Resume Operations.
Youngstown, O., Nov. 26. All the
finishing mills and a portion of the
puddling furnaces of Jho Valley plant
and two finishing riilljs and one puddle
mill of tho Brown-Bonuell plant will
resumo operations Wednesday, nftcr
having been shut down since Satur
dav. It Is likely other departments
will stait again before the end of the
Woman was Burned to Death.
Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 2G. As the
result of an attempt Mondny to start
a fire with oil. In her home, opposite
Grape Island, W. Va., Mrs. J. F. Deadl
ier Is dead, her husband was seiiously
Injured and three of their children
were severely burned before they
could bo rebcued from the house,
which was destioyed.
A Boodler Is Sentenced.
Milwaukee, Nov. 2C, Ex-Alderman
William C. Okershnuser was on Mon
dny found guilty of having solicited a
bilbo In connection with a city oral
itnnrn. mill wiin tinntnnrnil tn n enr In
j the house of correction. A stay of
executiou until January 2 was granted.
Cleveland Gets Teachers' Convention.
Winona, Minn., Nov. 20. Tho execu
tive committee of tho National Educa
tional association last night announced
thnt Cleveland has been decided upon
as the place, for tho 'annual convention
In 1008. Tho dates decided upon are
from Juno 29 to July 3.
Twelve People Killed.
Barcelona, Nov. 2G. An express
train from Valencia with many passen
gers on board fell from a bridge Into
the water below, on the outskirts of
this city, Monday Twelve persons
were killed and 22 Injured.
EJks Will Meet In Dallas.
Pittsburg. Nov. 26. At a meeting of
officers of tho grand lodgo of Elks,
held here Monday, It was agreed to
hold the nxt convention of tho Elks
in Dallas, Texas.
use or iroops Was Illegal.
Washington, Nov. 26. An opinion of
the judgo advocate general of the
army, Gen. George B. Davis, approved
by Actlnrf Sccretnry of War Oliver,
was made public Monday, holding that,
having regard to tho mandatory re
quirements qf jaw, tin? uso pf troops
from Jefferson Barracks nt tho recent
balloon competitions at St. Louis was
not warranted by law. The request for
troops to assist In tho management of
thu balloons was nddresbed by tho
Aero club to the president, who di
rected Lieut, Col. Evans to render
every assistance In his power In con
ducting thu international balloon rnco.
Trouble Brewing for Land Thieves.
Denver, Nov. 26. Judge Lowis, In
the United States district court Mon
day, announced that trials of the Col
orado land fraud cases would begin on
December 16. December 11 has been
sott as tho date for thu convening of
another grand Jury whose work is ex
pected to be more fnircach)pe thpn
that, of the Jury which ndlciet 7a men
last summer for alleged land frauds.
Tho killing of Joseph A. Walker, fed
eral secret service agent, nt the lies
porus mine near Durango tecently,
when ho was conducting an Inquiry in
Hue of his duty, will probably be In
vestigated by the grand jury.
A Diplomat Attempts Suicide.
Washjngton, Nov. 20. It. M. Bom
bollor, acting chancellor of the Cuban
egatlon here was last night found in
hjfa apnitmepts .wjtb tho gas turned on.
He was removed to a hospital, wheiu
his condition was said to bo Horlous
Ho left two notes, one of which was
addressed to ther imblliT nn.i ani.i.
''Good-bye, everybody. I aUi going tti
eavo this world hepuueo I have not
tho courfigo to V'ndliro It." r
of stablldy fino work and beautiful finlih
"' ' ' III I III
BUCKEYE NEWS BREVITIES,
Report as to Sandusky 8oldlers' Home
Columbus. O. Nov. 2G. Tho nnnual
report of tho State Soldiers' and Sail
oih' Home at Sandusky shows that
tho average age of the veterans now
living In that jpKtltut'.on is 68 years,
nnd the statement Is mndo thaf the
time has been reached when It will be
necessary tp hire nil tho necessary la
bor in the Institution fiom outside.
Up to this time many of the veterans
hae been abld to render somo serv
ice, for whloh they have been paid.
The total number of inmates present
during' the year was J. 083 and the
number present on November 15, 1307,
was 1,296.( Tho total expenditures for
tho year amounted to $207t225.
Old Woman was Tortured by Robbers.
Steuben vllle, O., Nov. 20. Mrs. Eliz
abeth Leonard, widow of nn old sol
dier living near here, left her door
open Sunday night for a son who wns
awny, and two men got In at mid
night. After torturing tho woman,
who Is over SO years of age, to make
her tell tho hiding places of pension
money, supposed to bo nearly $1,000,
they left her unconscious on tho floor.
She was found at daylight. Sho can
not live. Tho robbers burned tho
soles of her feet with lighted candles
till tho flesh wns entirely burned off,
nnd bent her till black and bluo
marks covered her entire body.
Murderer Earle to be Reprieved.
Columbus, O., Nov. 20. It was
stated at Uip governor's office Monday
thnt a reprieve would bo granted to
Frank Earle, the Shelby county mur
derer, whose elcctilcutlon Is sot for
nest Thursday night, to allow his caso
to bo brought before tho board of par
dons. The board will meet December
5 nnd the date of elcctilcutlon will
prdbably ho changed to December 20,
as tho clectrlcutlon of John Soloy, the
Cleveland murderer, is et for Decem
ber lo. Enrlo was convicted of killing
William Legg, a Sidney butcher, while
attempting to rob tho latter's shop.
Refused to Grant an Injunction.
Cleveland, Nov. 2G. A petition for
a temporary Injunction restraining
the Amalgamated Association of
Glnssbloweft from "disposing of the
funds of their treasury, until the suit
of tho cutters nnd flnlteners is heard,
was rofiiBcd by Judgo Strimplp Mon
day. The cutters nnd flattenern as
sert thnt they uro bilng driven out of
employment by the glnssblowers and
guthorcrs, who mo In n majority In
the association. They ask to be al
lowed to withdraw and to bo given
their share of the association funds,
amounting to $1X0,000.
Murdered Her Husband's Paramour.
Baltimore, Nov. 20. Mnddened by
tho belief that her htisbund's nffectloim
had been Btolen from her by Mrs. Snl
lie Brown, Mrs. Aimlo Mnlth on Mon
day shot nnd killed .Airs. Diqwii, Two
bullets from a reolvcr entered tho
victim's forehead. Tho shooting co
currCd In Mrs. Brown's homo and was
done In the presence of tho liusbnnd
of Mrs. Mnlth, who, leaving a portion
of his clothing, escnped by a rear exit
and disappeared. Immediately after
the shooting Mrs. Mnlth went to a
police station and gave herself up.
Have Agreed on 14 Insurance Bills.
Sprlngflold, O., Nov. 2C Representative-
Earle Stewart, of this city, chair
man of tho Ohio special Joint insur
ance commlttco, In conjunction with
State Insurance Commissioner Vnrys
nnd Pf partpjent Actuary tllwel! huvo
just comploted a drnft of 4 Jnsuianco
hills and will have ready foy distribu
tion In a few days minted 'copies of
the bills, yhlch will be Introduced nt
tbe.comlng Besslon of tho legislature.
Staie pharmacy Board Reports.
ColUmbus, 0 No. 26. There nro
8,461 registered .pharmacists In Ohio
and 5U7 assistant pharmacists. This
Is stated In fho annual ropor pf-lne
alatn tilta rmnn linfl ml .tr!vlil tin'Aln.1
Moidny with Gov, Harris. Th;e board
is noi a revenue prouueer ror tlio
state, its receipts for tho year woro
only ?3,3i0, while Its expenditures
were J 4, 120.
Was Afraid of the .13 Hoodoo.
Akron, O,, Nov. 20. Philip Winger-
er was arraigned In court Monday1 for
tho murder of Charles Sauiidors. Tho
Judge set tho date of the tilal for Jan
uary 13. Tho date f lightened Win
garter and ho asked to have It chang
ed. He was afraid tho hoodoo would
follow liliu tiirougu tlio trial
.- i t. .
A Terrific Explosion.
Lorain, O., Nov. 2C. A11 explosion
occurred Mondny nt No. 1 Vlast fur
nnce of tho steel pjnnt. Tho explo
sion shook tho earth to such nn'oxtent
that the ppople of Elyrla and other
places In tjils vlclnlty'thought It was
nn earthquake. The bottom of the fur
nace fell out, letting tho molten metal
drop Into thu water under the furnace.
Oie man was hurt. Considerable dam
ago was done, and a Inrge number of
men will he thrown out of work.
Jones Demands Meck's Resignation.
Columbus, O., Nov. 20. Statu
School Commissioner Jones has ad
dressed n letter to Stnto Senator W.
II. Meek nuking for his Immediate) res
ignation ns n member of the Btato
board of bchool cx'nminers us the re
sult of his failure to appear at the.
hearing of his dinrges against tlio
board for nlleged trafficking in state
school certificates last Friday evening
and the failure to substantiate them.
SulcldecKby the Gas Route.
Spiuififleld, O., Nov. 2G. Turning
on tho gas In his room Sunday night.
i Thomas Sharp, 45, a cement contract-
I or of this city, committed suicide.
Last Thursday Sharp was nrrestod
and tnkon to London, O., to answer
the charge of attempted criminal as
sault upon a woman. Ho gave bond
nnd wns released, On Friday his wife
Hied suit for divorce.
Verdict .Censures Powder Mill Owners.
TerreMiaulo.'Ind., Nov; 26. Coroner
Leavitt on Ionday filed his verdict in
the caso of tlic Fontanel powder mills
explosion, In which 27 lives were lost
and more than 100 persons injured.
Tho coroner says: "This factory waB
operated with utter lack of regard for
human Hfo or Injury to others. Tho
mngazi-io was located at such u short
distance from nil the othor units of
the factory that It made each and
every man employed at tho mercy of
any other employe, nnd wiiere an act
of ignorance or ncg)lgonco of ono
could kill or Injnro nil."
Steve Adams Will Give Ball.
Rathdrum, Idaho, Npv. 20. Stovo
Adams, tho Jury In whoso'trlal for tho
murder of Fred Tyler, reported a dis
agreement, will bo admitted to ball.
Ball has been fixed at $20,000. Attor
ney Darrow, for tho defense announc
ed Mondny (hat tho bond would bo
provided In n few days. It is expected
that ns soon ns Adams Is released on
this bond ho will bo rearrested on a
warrant charging him with tho murder
of Arthur Collins, at Tollurldc, Col.,
Ill 11)02. .
Are Not Modest In Th'elr Demands.
Columbus, O., Nov. 26l Tho report
of tho trustees of thp Masslllon state
hospltnl asks for a total of $307,230 In
tho way of appropriations from the
egisInturo this winter, $173,250 of
which Is for current expenses, $125,
000 for a now hospital for men and
$21,500 for the purchase of ,a new
farm for dairy purposes. ,
The Monarchy's Foes are Divided.
Lisbon, Nov. 2G. The situation hero
is unchanged. The political conteis
aro Inactive, nwulting the result of
tho deliberations pf ex-Premier Castro
nnd Senhor Vllhena on tho nttltudo
ndopted by tho government, Mudi In
triguing is going on, hewovpr, and
there is considerable division among
those who oppose tho monarchy.
Banker Maxwell Obtains Ball,
Now York, Nov. 26. Ex-Prosldent
MnyoJ, of tho Borough bank;, p(
Brpoklyn, under Indjctmept or grand
larceny and forgery, nnd who hns been
locked up several days In default of
ball, was released last'rilght. bonds of
$30,000 having been furnished.
Thirteen Lives Lost In a Fire.
Np Work, Nov. 2prTil'rt.9pn per
sons lost their lives and sovoral oth
ers wero injured early .Monday In u
tenement hou6p flro at One Hundred
and Ninth street nnd Second nyepuo.
All tho dead were Italians. Seven of
the 13 wero children. '
Schooner Capsized-Two Men Drowned
Mllford, Doi Nov. 26. fho schoon
er (Jraco Collins was capsized In Dela
ware Bny in thp storm Sunday night
nnd'Capt. Ueorge1 S, Holland, of Mil
ton, and Robert Roland, tho mate ol
the vessel, wpro swept overboard and
Bakeries Go Into Receiver's Hands.'
Akron, 0 Nbv. 20. Tho Lodwlok
Co., which ran two fine bakprlris, wonl
Into, the hands of a receiver Monday,
The assets are about $14,500 and th
liabilities about g'j.noo. Th faiimn ni
ittp Dollar Savings bank recently waf
Store op,cn tdpiorrdw niht.
Nilliaery lett-offers some
of tlie best values yon ever
paw. if marrow eniy
will invc 25 per cent discount !!
from our entire line of iniliin- HI
cry. All goods ipnrkcd in
jltst plnhk down $3.00 for
S4.do worth 61 good cleaii
milljnery nnd it's yonrs..
Store opjyi toniorrowjiglit.
Mnjn floor rear. Don't you
want a new coat, skirt, wtiist
or furs for Thanksgiving
Day? Bid you know that this
is the best and cheapest place
to buy them ?
A Hig, A)c of, .misses nnd
children's for StU.
Prices from ?Bg to $7.50.
They come in Angora,
Coney, Thibet, River nnd
blcntled mink, also separate
Opposite Court House.
North Main St.
day noon for
Kdmund Hill left to.
nn lecnl business.
A'. AI. BIubIi', of , Sharp
left today rdr a visit with
friends In Un:on county.
A. Calderwood, an attorney of
Versailles, hlo,' was in tho city, on
Iouis Uhl of
street Is visiting
In Clevleaud to-
IMrs. P. P. Ruhl" left today for
Qallon', where vsho will spend Thanks
giving visiting her parents.
Charles Abel, of Youngstown, was
tho guest of relatives and friends
her this morning.
'Miss Anna Blalch left this morn-,
ing fpr an extended visit with friends
iMra. Thomas Slacneff, of LaRue,
left for homo this morning, after u
visit with her daughter Mrs. A. O.
Soger, of Waterloo street.
Philip Shnmbnugh and children
loft today for Upper Sandusky
where for sovernl duys they will
visit friends nnd rexntives.
Prson Lapham has returned from
an extended visit throughout Toxas
nud is tho guest of his Bister,
Jlrs. Browor or North Stnto street.
(Miss .fcsslo Masdon has returned
to her homo In Plqua, after spending
bcveral days with MIsi Nettlo Qulg
ley, ot East Center steot.
.Air. and -Mrs. W. M. Noff who
reside near Cartel visited at tho
iiumu 01 Aiireu campiiell on
South Prospect street yesterday.
"Nerve scent" Is tho newest form of
drugging for the smart woman. Her
A-nnlty bag is furnished with u dnln'ty
Innocent looking,, gold stoppoied scent
bottle. It cdiitahib essence of Parma
Ylolets from Paris, which Is hpuvjly
clmiged with ether, "When slip Is
tiled n few whiffs of tlili sr,ont stiniu
late her flagging energies and kocp
her bright and aleil at a dinner or sup.
Another favorito "norrc scent" con
Bihts of eau do cologne mixed with
chlorofoim nnd a dash of ammonia.
Inlmlpd, this Is a very powerful aud
daugetous pick me up, ,
Three Sherwooda. ' '
Mrs. Catherine Sherwood, nt tho
ago of 02, gavo birth to triplets, wjio'
wore named respectively Franklin,
Francis and Frederick, They all be-
camo sen captnlim and all Jived to be-
moio tlian 70 years old. It Is' 1 elated
nf tho 'brothers that while In Charles
ton, S. 0 they all want Into the samoi
haibor shop dno dny to get shnyod,
ono 111 in eariy morning, ono nt noon
and thp othor In tho evoiilng, nnd thoi
barber said that Wo paver saw a man
whoso beard grew so inpidly as that
man's did. Lotter In thox Medical Uecv
nrrt' ': , '.
All the News
in the noma town; tha births, mar
riages, deaths, the social affairs,,
the comings and goings of tha poo-plfi--your
neigbbor8j the notes of
trie schools ana churche8;(allthe80
and many other nov and Interesting,
iUt 4.V.I.. ...
ppfr m All the Time
JOKE CN'UtJCJ. JOE" qAplNoN.
Jni(okes (Cheao Cldar Under the lm-
prsion i iiva rin vn
J t l r .
Washington. Sonntor Hcmcnwayj
of Indiana, than who there Is no ono
closer to Speaker Cnnnpn( told ono ot
hU good stories about (ho speaker on
his roceht visit to Vnshlngton.
"Tho Snonkcr prides himself on his
ability p pick ouo-good cgar' Bald,
tho senator, "lii nct'bls 9vn Bi'eat'
wenknrjfuiis 'fiji a gooa cgar"and lie
will sn'jifd 5 deut? for a cr Vpy '-
hat, Buck In the IU(y-scvcnth con
gress, wlipn itr, Cannon was chairman
of tho house committed ouT approprlu-
. 'it .
JOSEPH G. CANfVON.
tldiis, l'wns, In tho houso restaurant
ou,o day ak)ng lunch vlth sovernl
other members pf t)io committee.
After lunch I offered to buy clgais all
around and stopping up to tho cigar
counter picked out a box of large
cigars tliat lookod good and told tho
hoys to help themselves. 1 fully ex
pected to pay 50 cents for three of'
them, at least, and wns greatly sur
prised when I called for the bll and
found it was only GO cents ror 12 six
for a qunrtcr clgnis.
"I naturally made no outward com-
i.ment nbout tho cheapness of my pur
chase and Inwardly hoped that no oth
er juembor knew what I had done.
In, fact, I was greatly embarrassed
and, kept a weather pye on tho whole
parjy, exacting somebody to-bcepmo
sick any minute. Wje wandered back'
fo'Jm eonnujfttee room and sat thcio
snioklng several mlnutVs, boto'ro
;Unclp .loq'.caiiq in. ' " '
'"yVJien lto did Dually Join us I, of
course, iiistaptly piojffered him" one
or tho cjgars. lo took4 It and was
soon wiapped In silence nnd clgv
smoke. Presently' hp tinned to jno
nnd snld: 'Jim, this Is certainly a line
cigar, one lif the best 1 eVer jimokpd,
Whero did you gat theni7" I told him
downstairs In thp lestnurant. Culllngi
tho comi)lttee messenger to him, ho,
1) and oil him u erlsn new one dollar
bill anI told him to get a doijar's
.worth ot the sjmo brand for hlin. You
enn irndlly Ipuigiijo Jmw ho Jookpd
wjipn ie mpsscier cama back with
a whole box full." '
ITALIAN SOLDERS ARE AGILE.
Members of Famous Bersaallerl Re.
quire Great Endurance.
Itomo. The fame of tho Italian Bor
saglleil Is by no means confined to tho
tnllan peninsula. Tho training tho
L . IV
Training the Bersagllerl.
mep Jn this fampus orce arp subject
ed to is pf the most extraordinary
Kvery oi)o of tho many drills in
physical exercises has been devised
with tho sole Idoa of making tho men
in the corns nimble, quick nnd dnrlntr.
Thebaic knowau "'fhe'BJack poyl.s
pf the riallan Army" and date from
1C"! .,1,U V,V... ..'. 'l...'.l.. k .
55drdlnlan"'army'by Oen. la Marmora.
Theie nro (2 roglmotits otho Borsag.
(leiL anrf jthojr pnftjcnlar'pushipss Js
It re'qtilifls fcomo endurance to be
a member of. tho corps, for even when
tho' are 'used In "raanouvrs'r tho tac-'
cicai movnmeni is neany always made
nthfl mountains, wlioro. "th6fr vexor
clsee jn vaulting, turning' someVBaults
and walking greasy ,polosv stand them
In good stood.
In the' "Ichiro. M16? re shown climb
Ing polos with - their blcycjes Btranpod
p thpjr Jacks. ThcLjvlipes used nro
pvCia y mwsnea wjy pe;r work.
Hi tliAil int- "1.-' 1 J
wheiCj 'blcy'e jridj'nwbuid U'e' tmpos
siblc. -Tho 'cains is iiartlnnlBi'lv r.
brto aud! bet)Bvcomos"ed'6r excsile'nt
V v-iani 1 tfv - '--
pppvcia y uesisnea wpjpejr work, bo
ng so aragoathat iVm Mn bV'fpld.
cd aVid.thuG more onallv carrlpt'Vn,
x ShMn You
OH ACCOUNT OF' FOUL MI At I
THEN lytAl lELfW
"JJy. My I YfhAt Prhl 3py
pon't You Haye Qaiai Pipe
If you continually jt'hawk and )lt
and tlicrp Is 11 constant dripplhg from
the noso Into .the mouth,' i( you Tiavev
roul, iBsgustlng breath, ypd ha,v.p,C
tarrh mid, I can cure It.
'All you need to do jj simply "thi
Kill out coupon belbw? " K
pon't doubt, don't argue! You "bnVJi
ovaryjhln& to gain, nothing ' fi Toso
by doing ns t tell you. I want no v
Jiioney Just your- name and address, .
This coupon M good for one trial pack
ngo nf MattM Combliicil Cntarrb qurd,
mnjlcA free lii plnlnpnolcnBe. BlmiHy
Jill In your name anrtaddnst on dotted
linen below anil mall to
O. E1GA.TJ8S, liwa MnlnHtrcot,
ages In Great JBrtaln,
Wages In Orpat Britain Av.oriiM
inucii higher than tHy' do p tiS
VmiHnmi o...l Ir. r.'i -. A'X:
v," " " -iin;v iu Ger
many wages aro hlgho th'u'n Hn
Italy, Spain or Austria. Th -dik'-.
:ourt nt Carlsbaif, 'AuBtrla','' fei.
fixed the dally l wdges 'of
l-8 of both sexes' f 0 VhV y'eiri
and 3008, a' toMyfti:
Jslales Foremen, fQ cen& narV(y ;
others, 40 cents, nud app'rehtlc3
and bdks, 20 cents. Fetuslea'-
Adults, 2H qents, and JuYea'iles,' )
cer-ts. yoyants of W iUM," i
epnts, except servants pf pn poflt
and tQj.egraph, who rqeolv0f44 cote.
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No Place for Alligator!' '-'
, An Bngllsh tourist In tho West la
dies had been warned against bathing
In a river because of alligators, so "hti
went In swlriinijng at tho river moutli,
wjieio his .guklo aBSuVed-Jilm ' tbefe
would bo npnc.
"How do you kndw thorp aro jiqiIM.
gators' l;orp?" ho asked when lio'liud
waded out neck deep1. '
"you see, jjah," said the iuldp,
"Dey's tpo manj' sharks hpre. D? ai
llgatois is skeered ouL Di6-a,n't up
placp for dciii, sah." r,S '
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Files Cured in 6 to 14 pafs. '
PAZO OINTJ1ENT k ffda.oittced
to' euro any- case of itching, Blini
Bleeding or Pj-otriHJiujf Piles' jn -.
to,' 14 ilayjj pt moiftBiled, ,g0e.
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f ' in niili
J Are they among the 'people
with whom you associate ?
'ArBviey ,vilhfhc neighbors
and friinc with'yvhom youdo '
If so you want to know what is happenlnf It
this community. You want to know th
eolng? and comings of the ppople with whom
you associate, tha little 'news' I($p' of Voiu
neighbors and friends now doji't yotj?
Thai 1 what thlsnaper gives yo'u
n jn every Imuo. h pi p;pledffof
that purpose. II represents your
' Interests and the Interests of this
. town Is your name.opoursuV
scrlptlon pooks? Jf not,y6uowe,
It 9 ypursejf Jo ueittisMl te m'.
there. To do so ',' f-' 17 51
r t- t ( iFiftc'w "Ui ,.,m
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The" short and' 'direct route blweeh
m..i rt.11. tr ...u -i.r v..'
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