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ISB MARION DAILY MIRROR, UIUrSDAY, FEDllUAK.Y' 6, 1908.
i. HUSTON TURNS
. STATE'S EVIDENCE
1NTHE TRIAL OF PENN3VLVANIP
GAVE TESTIMONY BY PROXY
Stanford B. Lewis, tile Anslstant U
Huiton, the Architect, Tells a
8tory that Is Damanlng tc
Harrlsburg, Pn., Feb. G. Architect
Joseph H. Huston on Wednesday vlr
tually turned statei's evldcnco bj
proxy against his co-defendants, Con
tractor Sanderson, cx-Audltor Genera
Snyder, ex-State Trcnsuror Matliuoi
and ex-Public Dullllni;s Superintend
ent Shumakor In the ti inl for consplr
acy In the Dauphin county court.
Through his assistant, Stanford B
Lewis, Huston, who remained In so
elusion at a hotel nonr the coiir1
houso and was accessible only to hii'
lawyers and confidential friends, gnv
damaging testimony ngnlnst Sander
son and tho former state officers.
Low is was on tho witness stand a)
day and at tho closo or his direct tea
tlmony he was subjected by Mr. Gil
bert, of counsel for Matlnies and Sny
dor, to a most searching cross-exnml
Lewis has been called several tlmei
by the state, buUlt was not until yes
terday that tho defenso regarded lilt
testimony of sufficient Importance tc
cross-examine him. .
Gilbert Insisted that Lewis was t
partner of Huston In the cnpltol woil
and was refusing to reveal hU true ro
lation to tho contract for fear of in
Lewis reluctantly admitted that hi
received n percentage of Huston'i
commissions. lie stated that ho wai
to get 2G per cent.
Lewis was explaining why tho do
ductlons wero made by Huston to the
bills for metallic furnlturo when the
court adjourned for the day. Judge
Kunkcl dispensed with to-day 8 sos ,
slon to allow one of the Jurors to at I
tend a relative's funeral. Lewis I
under two Indictments on charges o!
conspiracy Involving $02,70t.
Harmon Says He Is a Candidate.
Cincinnati, Feb. 0. Judson Harmon
on Wednesday declared that ho wai
as much in tlw race for tho demo
cratic nomination for prcsldenUus he
ever was. Ho arrived home from o
trip through the Bouth with W. J
Will Offer Purses This Year.
Pittsburg, Feb. C. Tho annua'
meeting of tho Pennsylvania, OhU
and West Virginia circuit was held
hero Wednesday. Tho outlook for tht
sport over tho half-mile tracks o;
this circuit In 1008 seems very bright
An innovation this year on some ol
the tracks will bo the offcilng ol
stakes for tho first tlmo. Secretarial
of the following tracks expicsscl the I
purpose or giving stakes this year:,
Greensburg, Now Castle, Knst Liver
pool, Canton, Wheeling, Parkersburi
and Cambridge, O. The purses wlr
all bo $400.
Will Nolle the Indictments.
Columbus, O., Feb. C. It was an
nounccd Wednesday by Prosceutlni
Attorney Webbor that he would uollt
tho three Indictments against Laweon
Emerson for embezzlement. Emersor.
was clerk of tho supremo court. Hf
recently spent ten days In tho county
jail for contempt.
Bucyrus, O., Feb. C. Edwnrd E
Cramer, a T. & O. C. railroad engl
ncer, committed suicldo last night bj
Found 2,000 Irregularities in Books.
Washington, Pn., Feb. C J. C. Mo
Claln, receiver of tho People's bank.
of California, Pa., which closed re
cently, stated Wednesday that 2,00(1
irregularities had been found In the
books of that Institution. Tho short
ago will reach $70,000. Indictments
will bo presented to the, grand Jury
Laid Off 10,000 Men.
Philadelphia, Feb. C Ten thousand
men havo been laid off since Decem
ber by tho Baldwin locomotive works.
or t.his city, because of a lack of or
ders for engines.
War Cloud Hovers Over tho Balkans
SL Petersburg, Fob. G. Tho possl
blllty of hostilities between Hunsla
and Turkoy as a result of tho bound
ary dlsputo between Turkoy and
Persia, a situation that has caused
the dispatch of G,000 llusslan troops
In tho direction of tho Turkish frou
tier, is discussed by tho Novoa Wo
mya, which bays that war mlghj
easily como about troni tho oxlatlng
Alleged Embezzler Escaped from Jail
New Cumberland, W, Va Feb. C
Roy Winters, of Choster, escaped
from tho Hancock county jail Tues
day night by tho aid of a spoon filed
in tho shnpo of a key, furnished birr
from tho outside, Winters was t
clerk for tho Chester shot mill, nnt
was sent to a bank for ?2,PQ0 for the
pay roll, which ho Is accused of em"
Fixed Date for Pan-Ameilcnn Meeting
Washington, Feb. C. At a mcotltij
pt tho govprnlug board of tho Dureat
of American Republics Wednesday 1
was decided thaf the fourth Pati
'American conferonco should bo lielc
in the city of Buenos Ayros, Argentine
Republic, May 25, 1010.
Earthquakes in Connecticut,
tianbury, Conn., Feb. C. Resident!
f,ef .Lanosvillo and points in tho Housa
ionic river vanity ueiwucq uvuokiiuh
SHU Maw Mitrrrci were utarue(( wg( i
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- HRi!ey by two distinct cartnquan
,hocKb ami sfiveral Iarea Hacks apl
. fWHin tu iuu vtuu.
JUST BY THE WAY.
A summary of returns from 4
American inilronds reporting for Do
comber, 1907, shows an average
shrinkage In net earnings of -1.6C
Tvo large buildings of tho John A.
Itoobllng'8 Sons Co., wlro lopo mnnu
facturers, nt Trenton, N. J., were do
stroyed by lira, involving: a loss ol
One thousand men formerly em
ployed by tho Pennsylvania Steel Co
nt Kter1lnn. Pn. hnvn linnn pnlleil
back to work nfter an enforced idle-1
noss of moio than a month. I
Dlrectors of the American Tobacco
Co havo declared a regular quarterly i
dividend of 2V& per cent, and an ev
ra dividend of 2M por cent, on Its
common stock. These dividends are
t&o same as those declared three
Thn TtTilttifl Prlllf Cn 'a uhmtnnr
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Baker, which piles between Philadol
!'' UIUl uccas aci x oro, wis oecn
wrecked on n coral reef near tho Cu-
uan coast, mo crew or uio steamer
va3 rescued and taitcn to Havana.
THEY DIED TOGETHER.
Two Women, Frle
nds for Years, Froze
e Sitting Near an m
to Death While Sitting
New York, Feb 0. Two women
were found dead Wedneeday In the
kitchen of a house at No. 3G1 West
hi - This
Sovcnty-llrst street, of which they lnBS with violations of tho eight-hour
wero caretakers, They wero Mrs I 'aw In tho government printing ofllco
Margaret Uertle. 70 years old, and'Bni1 nddlng: "It Is dllllcult nt this
Mrs Mnrcaret Kollv. 40 vpnrs nl.l ' tltno to got witnesses Ilgalnst Mr.
For many years they had ' been '
TlicrH wan n littin poni in n liin in .
Jho'cellar nnd 17 cils wore found In
a cunboanl. Tho nollco Ihlnk thn wrf
men set by a stove, in front of which
their bodies wero found, to keen
warm and fell asleep before tho fire,"0 ,in1 tnKen " '
went out and wero frozen to death. Kesolutions by
Coroner Harburger said tho women
had been dead moro than 24 hours
Each of tho women hnd a heavy wrap
about her shoulders.
Pawn tickets which showed that
during tho last two months Mrs. Ber
tie had pawned IS ni tides of drese
and jewelry wero found.
While tlio policemen wero In the
houso preparing to remove tho bodies
to tho niorguo a collector for a stone
cuttln-j conccin called. This concern
built for Mrs. Hertlo a small monu
meat over the grave of her son, dipt
John W. Uertle, who served in the
TRAINS ARE SNOWBOUND.
Michigan Is In the Grasp of a Blizzard
that Paralyzes Transportation.
Detroit, Feb. C With upwards ol
ti dozen passenger trains snowbound
In various parts of tlio state nnd halt
cations of zero weather, Michigan Is
in tho grasp of a blizzard that has
paralyzed transportation In manj
sections and threatens to causo sort
ous distress. On tho Flint division ol
the Pero Mnrquetto railroad a passen
ger train lias been stalled since Sat
urday and with tho railroad closed a
number of smnll towns nro shut oil
from their chief source of food sup
piles. So far as known the passen
gers on all snowbound trains hnvc
been carried on 'bobsleds to nenrbv
towns or farm houses.
Navigation across tho Straits ol
Mackinac is blocked. Tho car ferry
Salnto Marin crossed to St. Ignncr
Wednesday, but found It Impossible
to return to -Mackinaw and it Is
thought that It will tako her all of to
lay to broak n return passage across
Last night thn wind i cached a
velocity of GO miles an hour at De
Henry Lnros, of Menominee, was
frozen to death Tuesday night while
trying to wnlk to a lumber camp near
Cedar River, In tho upper peninsula.
Bride was Killed by Her Father.
Eldorado, Ark., Feb. (1. Mrs. Felli
Jolico, an 1R year-old bride, was shol
and killed Wednesday by her father
Androw Brndsliaw, as she attempted
to shield her husband. Bradshaw
who lives on a farm near Smackovor
wiis angored by his daughter's mar
riage to JoLos and went to" tho Iat
tor's homo with a shotgun. After the
two mon had iwcbonged sharp words
Bradshaw raised his gun. Mrs. Johns
sprang In front of her husband uud
was shot dead. Bradshaw was ar
High SzJarea are Reduced.
Loulsvlllo, Ky., Feb. C. The Louis
ylllo & Nashville rft'lroad hua reduced
,uu .Tagufiiiu ih-,wuil nun iumuuuq
the salaries of nil employes mnklnn
moro tliun 5-50 par month. Thoy ro
ww iiihm wvv ,
celvltis S100 and over aro cut 10 uei
cent., while thdse making moiv that
J2G0 and less than $400 suffer a to
ductlop of8 per cent.
FROM OFFICE A3 PUBLIC PRINT
ER, PENDING INQUIRY.
MUST FACE MANY CHARGES.
Ho Is Charged with Violating the
Eight-Hour Law, Discrimination
AgalnBt ex-Soldlero and with
Washington, Fob. C. President
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iioosevoit on Wednesday temporarily '
iihik-iiii.-u u imuuc iiriiuer unnries
A. Stllllngs and appointed William S.
nusBiier temporarily to nil mo unties
oi uiai oiuce. Tlio action, as ex
plained officially, is to facilitate tho
Investigation now being mndo of tho
government printing office by con
giess. Mr. rtossltcr now Is chief
clork of tho census office.
',llst fts tl10 l'16811!0"1'" action In
miaiviiuilift .ill. OUIIIIIBH WIIH UClllg
announced, a committee of labor lead
ers of this elty called at tho White
House and presented to tho president
resolutions adopted by tho Central
Labor union hero-charging Mr. Still
Stllllngs, for the reason that many of
( iiiujii uiu unijiuytMi jii mo government
printing oillco and directly under his
charge. Wo hope, howovor, to follow
up our oral statement by way of alii-
davits if necessary." Tho piesldent
Informed tho commltteo of tho notion
he had taken In the case.
numerous labor or-
Banlzatlona In various cities charging
violation In the government pi luting
ofllco of tho eight-hour law, discrimi
nation against veteran soldiers and
tho widows of Eoldlers and violation
of the civil service law hnvo been
submitted to congre.ia and tho presi
dent. Mr. Stllllngs Is from Boston and
was appointed public printer In 1905.
Ho had been general manager of his
father's printing firm In Now York
nnd at various times manager of the
printers' board of trado of this city
nnd of Now York. Mr, Rooslter nlso
camo from Massachusetts nnd had
business connections n Now York
and Washington bcfoio assuming of
fice in tho census bureau In 1800.
A Startling Statement.
'Leadvlllo, Col., Feb. C That fully
7 per cent, of the homestead entries
In tho Las Animas forest resorvo are
fraudulent was the romarkablo state
ment made hero Wednesday by Dan
iel E. Fltton, In charge of that re
serve, nt a meeting of tho foresters ol
Colorado nnd surrounding stntes
Fltton said, that when tho forost sorv
lco llrst took charge of thn Las Anl
mas reserve fully JG0O worth of tlm
her was cut every day Illegally. This
has been stopped.
Unemployed Men Stormed City Hall
Pittsburg, Fob. C With lmine.l'lale
work for only about 3,000 mer In
sight, tho city hall was stormed Wed
nesdny by tho "unemployed" and
fi.OOO application blanks wore Issued bj
tho civil servlco commission. Tho re
lief measures provided by tliQ ordl
nance appropriating $220,000 for pub
lie Improvement In order to employ
tho Idlo mon nupenr Inadequate, but
much good will result, notwlthstand
Revolutionaries Were Defeated.
Madrid, Fob. 0. A dispatch from
Lisbon states that revolutionaries In
Oporto mado a sudden attack upon
tho city hall. They took tho munici
pal guard by surprise and succeeded
In forcing nn entry. Then they hoist
e tho red Hag of revolution on tho
big towor. Their triumph was short
lived, ns reinforcements of pollen
soon arrived and drove out tho rovi
lutloriarles and torn down their ban
nor Many were wounded on botl
Elopers Were Arrested.
Columbus, O., Fob. C. Wjiltor Mo
Enteo and Mrs. Hugh Cbok, both ol
Cleveland, who ojopod from that cltj
sovoral weeks ngo, woro nrrostoc
Wednesday on complaint of tlio wo
man's husband. McRntec, who ll
Codk's brother-in-law, they having
married sisters, is a' former stroot cm
conductor. At tho pollco station Cool
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Pressed a willingness to foi'glvo hit
wlfo on hor appeal to return to hit
homo on condition tlMt MeRntee pn;
the expenses of tho pursuit and nls
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OF INTEREST TO OIIIOIUIS,
Sues Match Trut for $25,000.
Toledo, Feb, C.A motion was
argued In common pleas court Wed;
nesdny to compel tho Saginaw Match
Co. to exhibit all Its books for In
spection, to show If It has sold out to
tho Diamond Match Co., known as
the match trust. James Klatz, n
match salesman In whoso behalf the
motion was presented, claims $25,000
damages from tho Saginaw company
for breach of contract. This ho al
leges is (ho amount of , his commission
duo him for negotiating tho sale of
tho company's holdings to tho trust.
Klatz alleges that while- the Saginaw
company Is being operated as nn In
dependent concern In reality It was
eold to the trust In 1006.
Missing Man's Estate Is Solvent.
Cleveland. Feb. C. Charged with
I embezzlement, a fugitive from justice
aim wanted uy mo poncu m una uiy,
glad tidings nwalt Frank Vina. The
missing man Is solvent. Nearly two
months ago Vina, fearing to faco his
creditors, fled. Tho courts appointed
Charles RIchtor receiver for Vina.
J Claims havo been presented to Illch
tor aggregating about $20,000. When
asked Wednesday about Vlna's at-
iitna I) (nil ttt anA T -tirloli T Irtl Qltl
where Vina could be located. Instead i
of being n bapkr'upt, he la worth
?&,000, when nil ills uouts are paw. no
never owed over $20,000 in Cleveland
and I now havo In my possession
$22,100 In assets."
Foraker Men Ask for Injunction. )
Cloveland, Feb. C. Tho recognition
of tho Taft commltteo by tho board of
elections Wednesday brought swift
action by tho Foraker pcoplo Wednes
day afternoon. An injunction suit
wus brought against -tho elections .flammtalon, makes congestion, Irrl
board by Ed H.- Hechlor, momber of.tatlon, Itching, sores and ulcers dln-
the Foraker coniniltteo, seeking to re
strain tho board from holding a .pri
mary election undor tho call of the
Taft commltteo, headed by K. M.
llnlrnr linil A V ttniltvnv. Thrt noil.
I lion ueciaies mai me iinKcr-uouway
I comniittee Is not the legal committee,
I and that tlio Fnraker committee,
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headed by M. W. Harvey, Is tho only
' legal republican controlling body in
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Refused to Enjoin Strikers.
Sandusky, O., Feb. tl. Tho applica
tion or the Intor-Stnto Ice Co. for nn
order lestralnlng tho striking lco har
vesters from trespassing was denied
Wednesday by Common Pleas Judge
Iteed. Tho court, cald there worn
less stringent lon'edlcs not yet up
plied which might nllevl.ite tho situ
ation. Ilnlu has stopped tho work of
ico cutting and also threatens the
crop. Italians and other foreigners
were imported Wednesday froniMho
Mnrblehead uunrrlc3 to take strikers
More Prosecutions arc Expected.
Toledo, Feb. 0. As a, result of tho
Jailing of tho lco trust members a
series of prosecutions U promised for
mii-ciu soon in several lines or busi
ness. Among inoso imoiy to come
under tho ban aro fruit and produce
dealers. It lookii ns though all " the
lumber men 'are going to have their
cases returned to common pleas court
nnd tho county jail soon mny bo
densely populated with trust law vio
lators. police Arrested Six Italians.
Canton, 0 Feb. (!. Following
threats upon tho lives of Mlko Altlce
nnd wife, owneis of a sn1oon,'thn po
Ilea havo anested six Italians, three
of whom wero caught together In
their headquartors. Altlcosays ho
and his wlfo wero followed by ono of
tho members of tlio gang, with n
knife. His children, ho says, havo
boon escorted to school each day for
fear of harm.
The Wor3t Storm In Years.
Springfield, O., Feb. 0.- Tho worst
slcot and snow storm that has visited
this section of tho state iw years
raged Wednesday. Railway traffic
was hampered almobt to the .point or
suspension. Nunicious accidents
were reported. Streams nro rising
rapidly ami a freshet Is feared.
His Last Cent Spent, He Suicided.
Cleveland, Feb. 0. Dospondent
through lack of work, Fred WIrell, n
moldor, need .2G, of SI 12 . Crumb n.ve-
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STRENUOUS WALL SCALING BY SOLDIERS.
Wall scaling Is one of the things which ovrrv Atnni-I,nn uni,ifn- ...n. i .
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over the walls. The human Jnilder arrangement, one tnnn gllinblng up over
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and illbil Wirol! il-.tnk tlio aclc.
while hi,! wife w nt a grocery
where fche bad nmo to spend theli
last cent for hronkf-int.
Girl fltirnsd to Death.
New Philadelphia, Ov- Feb. 0.
Edna Strui'linrachcr was lntrnrd a!
intst to a crisp Wcd.iepdny and he
itgcil mother vn-i probably fatall
burned while attempting to cvtlnguU
tho flra in tho ulrl's ( lothlng Tin
girl's drsss Ignited from an ope.i
Burglars Cauecd Disastrous Fire.
Pittsburg, Fab. C. Two firemen
were overcome by bent and smok"
two others wero cut ly broken glass
and three bulldluss were destroyed
In Oakmont, near hore, Wednesday
by a firo 8uppoti"d to havo been i.tart-j
Oil to conceal a, robbery. The los3 Is
f 28,000. unstained 'principally by J. B.
Mead & Co., furniture dealers, whore
the supposed burglary occurred and
which has Iipi-ii intcred by robbers
live times In tho j art -three years.
Woman Sufir-nlit Lores Tect Cane.
New Ycrk. I-c'j. c. Thnt hotel men
have thn light to rcfuco food and en-
Uruilnment to women after ! o'clock
it right when uiinccomiinnlcd bv a
arm va3 the verdict of a jury Wed-
Harriot match, a well known suf
frcslst, against the Hoffman House
Corporation in the district court.
Dynamiters Caused Much Damage.
Greensburg, Pa., Feb. C.--A dynn
mlto bomb was exploded Wednesday
under tho storo of Samuel Lotsovlc,
at Expert, near hero, demolishing the
building .abd causing a flro wHlch
damaged ndjolnlug property to tho. ex
tent of ?1S,000. Roccntly Letsovlc ro
. clvpd threatening letters from a
ulnok Hand coclety.
Four People Bt'rned, to Death,
Preston, Minn., Feb. 0. Four lives
were lost when the houso of Thomas
Yoast, four mlloa southwest of horo,
burned to tho ground, Tuesday night.
The victims -aro Mrs. Yeast, Charles
Engle, wlfq and baby, Mr. Yeast es
.aped. . . ---.- ..,,...,..,.. w.M.w. hiuo. ,vv.h
in uattlo when efUelency lu this feat If
among the tl.rllls of the service.-'
fc-WErnB tf . rf Ifif
I .VaUKarn -
8hflfT Seized a Bank. '
i Philadelphia, Febc.-a-FollowIng thl
disappearance of Giovanni Bersanl, ol
tho Bancn Provinciate Romana, in the
Italian scttlehient, tho contents 1ol
the bank wero on Wednesday seized
by tho sheriff on a note of Dnnlol
Snssl, a patron. The bank has about
1,000 depositors who clnmored for
their money nnd 'hunc about tho of-
flees threatening vengeance upon tho 1
npaiH of the Bersanl brothors, who
-ia tho. institution. , t
-Fjliplnqs Enter Congren.
"Washington, Feb. (i.neprentn
tlon in tjio houso of reproscntatlvct
wdb increased by two on Wednesdaj
when Donlto Legnrda and Pable
Ocampo, resident Philippine coramls
sloncra, took their seats.
Train Wrecker at Work.
Potlsvllle, Pn., Feb. G. At tho in
quest into the death of Grant Sieg
fried, tho Pennsylvania railroad engi
neer who was killed Monday when
his englno plunged over an embank
ment at Franckvlllo, it was developed
Wednesday that tho accident was tho
rcsnlt of a deliberate nttempt to
wreck tho train. A bolt had been tied
to one of the rails and hnd been held
In place by stones placed under it.
Arrest of Sugar Trust Employes.
New York, Feb. C. On indictments
charging conspiracy to defraud tho
government by urrdor-wolghlng sugar
Krnest W. Gorbrncht, chief sugar ex
pert of tho American Sugar Refining
Co., und seven other employes of tho
sugar trust wero arrested Wednesday
and taken before Judge Chatflcld, In
the circuit court. Qorbrncht and those
Indicted with him pleaded not guilty
and were remanded under ball.
TRADE WITH CUBA IMMENSE.
Imports for Year Will Be $100,000,000
,and Exports $50,00,0,000.
Washington. Our ' imports from
Cuba during tho ltrcsont calendar year
will aggrcgnto $100,0000,000 and our
exports to that Island will exceed
$GO,000,000. Thcro has boon nn In
mease during tho nlno months ending
with September in ail our Imports ex
cept leaf tobaccoTnnd in nit our prin
cipal exports gains havo been shown,
tho latgest being In flour.
The chief increase In Imports oc
curs in sugar, of which n.000,000
pounds wero Imported during tho first
nlno months of this calendar year,
against 2,500,000,000 pounds during
tho samo period last year, tho re
spective values being $GG,000,000 and
$G 1,000)00. There has been n. falling
off at GO per cent. In tho Imports of
loaf tobacco, tho receipts this year
amounting t only 12,000,000 pounds.
Cigars, cigarettes and cheroots show
a slight decrease In quantity and
Increases of substantially $500,000
each havo been shown so far this
year In tho exports of lard, coal, corn,
boots and shoes and' vegetables, tho
greatest percentage of gain being
shown in tiro exports of lard com
pound, which havo been so far this
year practically twice as largo as last
year. Our exports to Cuba for nlno
months this yenr amounted to $10,
000,000, and our imports during tho
snino period Jto about $84,000,000. '
IS AN ALDERMAN AT 87.
W. H. Warnock, of Marble Falls, Tex.,
Dean of Town's Officials.
Marble Falls, Tex. Capt.' W. H.
Wnrnock, recently elected aldorman
when Marblo Falls was Incorporated,
is dean of the town's official board In
moro bonscs than one. He has at
tained tho ago of 87 years, and is be
lieved to bo the oldest alderman In tho
He Is a past master in the art of
municipal legislation and cxccutlvo
innnngomont, having served as mayor
of Oeorgctown, Tex., for ton years.
Thero Is not a brighter mind nor
scarcoly moro active body in tho
council than ho.
He chops his own Wood for exorcise
and takes long walks along tho lake
side and other favorite haunts. Ho
frequently climbs up and down tho
steep cliffs that wall tho river canyon
and spends hours Ashing at some of
tho favorlto pools at tho foot of the
Capt. Warnqck Is a nativo of Soulh
Carolina. He sporrt his early life in
that state Alabama and Tonnossoo.
Ho has been twlco married and has a
largo family of chlldron nnd numorous
grandchildren. Ho enlisted in tiro
civil war pn tho confederate sldo un
dor Morgan and was promoted to
captaincy during tho conflict. Ho
served threo years In tho army,
PUPILS HAVE BAD TEETH.
Nearly Every Child In Gotham Schools
Shown to Be a Sufferer.
Now York. That practically ovory
child attending public school in New
York Is suffering with dofectlvo teeth
Is tho surprising conclusion from sta
tistics in tho first report of tho denial
clln(c of tho Children's Aid Society.
Investigations by tho New York Juve
nile Asylum, whero physical well-bo-
Ing is made tho basis of child reform,
haMhg ' revealed tho fact that c bad'
t,oeth aro a leading causo of juvenllo
delinquency, a free dental clinic was1
formed In this city to treat this 'causo
qt trouble. Although tho cllnlo has
been in operation 'only a s)iort tlmo,
304 children have been examined,
with the surprising result that not one
rovpaled a sot of tooth not In nood ot
repairs. Just L2C1 cavltlos woro found
(n tho teeth of 394, and 214 toeth had
to bo extracted. On this basis thoro
pught to be about 2,000,000 cavities In
tho teeth of all New York's school
children and 3CO.O00 molars aught to
ho pulled, It is stated that the stand
ard of health in schools In which den
tal supervision is in force has already
Lowest prices on suits
and overcoats ih'lj the
"city. ' p.1
Men's fine rshoiny,
slippers at lowest prices.
Save money by com
ing here. "
I. M. Bayfer & Co.
West Center Street
Colonial Country Club Hotel
West Bade- Spri-gs. Inclia.
Katos $2 CO to $3.G0 por day Amorl
oan Plan, Private Baths. Special
Weokly Rates open tiro yonr around.
COME and drink the water 'and
take tire baths, it will cure Kidney,
Liver and nil Stomach allmenti,
colrstipatlon, nervousness and all
kindred complaints. s
Tlio oxponse la a mere trifle co'm-J
pared with the boneflts dorlved. '
For these wlro oannot apare the
time or money to como to the Springs
wrlto lis. stating symptoms and all-'
inont ifposBiblo enclosing 12.00 and
wo will ship G ga'llons Mineral Water
fresh from tiro Springs with riiysl
ciiuis advleo for homo Treatment.
CHAS. TURNER & CO.
1 bushel of good
6 pounds Navy
A good fancy high
patent Flour $1 50
3 cans Corn
25 lbs granu
lated Sugar $1.25
CH4S. TURNER CO
East Center Street
This is the reason why
we give good service.
A competent man has charge
of the soda business.
A competent man has charge
of the messenger service.
A competent man has charge
of the pure drug business,
Each One Knows His Part.
Craft's fills prescriptions. ,
Craft's Quality Drags
Phone 196 Opp Huber Blk.
That Pare, Clea
is going fast.
25c far a qaart jar.
F. J. Lusch
, PHONE CSMl,
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