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HE CAN" Hft II
FOR THE ASKING
JUDGE (MAY IS FAVORITE FOR
8ECOND PLACE ON DEMO.
THE ANTI-INJUNCTION PLANK
Of tho'Pmtform I Likely to- be at
Great a Source of Contention
at Denver as It Was In
Denver, Juno 1. Althqugh candi
dates 'for the nomination for vice
preBldent on (he Democratic ticket
ar'o "humorous, and despite the fact
that their number la likely to bo
.largely1 increased before a choice la
rnado, it is tho general opinion among
cadon of tho party now hero that It
Oeorgq dray, of Dclnwaroi will declare
his willingness to accept second place
on tho ticket ho c,nn have It. Joslah
Jlar,vcl qt Wilmington, Del., tho man
ager of tho Gray presidential cam
'palgn, who arrived In Denver last
night, -will not, However, give hla con
sent He Insists that the Delaware man Is
a eandldntd for first place and when
tt has1 been settled that he cannot
have first plncc, It will be ample time
to plaeo him In running for the sec
ondary position, provided ho cares to
tako it. Mr. Marvel denies, however,
tht Judge dray will bq satisfied with
anything, lean, than tho head of the
t,lckc;t. It Is. well known that Mr.
B'yan would bo pleased to have
Judge Gray for second place and tho
only thing that provents tho latter
from becoming a leading candidate)
for that position Is the fact that he
will not declare himself to bo n can
didate. Tho Gray presidential boom wna
formally launched Tuesday nnd head
quarters wcro opened In tho Savoy
hotel. During tho early afternoon a
corps of bill stickers were going
about the hotels putting up litho
graphs of tho Delaware candidate. No
other pictures have been placed as
yet, and tho Gray men secured tho
most prominent places In the lobbies
of all the leading hotels.
Tho Johnson headquarters will not
be opened for several days and tho
date on which the Bryan banners will
be thrown out has not yet been deter
mined,, but it will bo on Saturday or
Sunday, after tho arrival of the Ne
braska delegation. It Is certain there
will bo a strong fight In the commit
tee on resolutions and possibly on the
floor of the convention over the antl
injunction plank. Word has come
from Lincoln that Mr. Bryan Is in fa
vor of n plank of somowhat radical
nature, and it is certain that such
men as Sullivan, national committee
man from Illinois, nnd Chairman Tag
gart of the national commlttco are
strongly opposed to It.
Tho forces opposed to a radical la
bor plank were strengthened Tuesday
hy the arrival of Charles G. Helfner
of Washington state, who has the
proxy of John Y. Terry, tho national
committeeman- from that state. Mr.
Helfner announced that the Pacific
coast and particularly tho state of
AVashliytton wns opposed to the adop
tion of such a plank as was presented
at Chicago by Samuel Gompcrs and
other oftlclals of the American Feder
ation of Labor. "The adoption by
our party of such n plank would be a
' transparent sop to union labor which
would be repugnant to voters In all
sections of tho country. It would be
a promise that no law-making body
would be willing to fulfill. It would
Injure the Democratic ticket at the
polls," said Helfner,
Agreed on a Lower Wage Scale.
Pittsburg, July 1. A wage agree
ment has, been reached between the
Amalgamated Association of Iron,
Strel and Tin Workers and the Amer
ican Sheet and Tin Plate Co. Tho
new agreement amounts -to a G per
cent reduction in the pay of the tin
workers and a cut of 2 per cent Jn
tierRcalo for the sheet department.
About 10,000 men are affected.
8pffragettea Attack Premier's House.
London, Juy 1. The women suf
frngfsts assembled In great numbeis
)n tho vicinity of tho houao of com
mons Inst evening. They made sev
eral ugly rushes on tho pollco cordon,
nnd refused to disperse when ordorcd.
Thirty arrests wero made. Two
women drove In a cab to Downing
filrcot and throw stones and smashed
the windows of the premier's real
dfble Collapsed Two Men Kflled,
fAlfnnqajioUfl, Minn., July L Two
inen' vvr-rp' kjlled in three lyero, in
iiYef Tuexl'ay in tho cqjlapae of a
llvjfy stable which, was peine torn
flcypn tp make- room for a tjcatro,
'''Train Wreqkers turned a Bridge.
;''.. --.,. v.'.i.. .
tip? 'Runta. Fo railroad claim that the,
ivrfecfc of the California limited ncarf
WJ&sfpw. Ariz., Sunday night was do-1'
'IWerntoly brought about hy the burn
t life of tho bridge, which caused three
'deaths ,ml i eaultod In Injury to dver
i 28 persons.
7 Nominated fop Governor,
' Bangor, le July 1, -Bert.Fornald
of I'ohmd was nominated for gov
ernor by ncclninutlou at the Republl-
titti couvontiou (tore Tuesday,
LOST A BAG OF SPARKLERS.
Diamond Dealer Claims He Wao
Robbed of Gems Worth
Chicago, July 1. 8. C. Powell, a
buyer employed by Stern Brothers &
Co., wholesalo Jewelers In tho Co
lumbus Memorial building, 103 Stato
street, reported to tho police Tuesdny
that ho cither lost or was robbed of
a sack containing $35,000 worth of
unset diamonds. Powell claimed that
ho had purchased tho diamonds n
short time provloucly and had en
tered the Columbus Momorlal build
ing with tho intention of turning
thorn over to his employers. Ho said
he entered the rlovator, but Instead of
getting off at tho floor on which his
firm is located, ho rodo to the fourth
floor and entered a barber shop.
When ho went to tho offices of his
employers about 15 minutes later
ho discovered tho diamonds had dis
appeared. Powell declared that ho wns almost
positive he had tho diamonds In his
possession when ho entered the
building. He said that ho had two
bags of diamonds, ono containing
$35,000 worth of the gems nnd thn
other $15,000 worth, and that ho car
ried one sack In cither Inside pocket
of his vest. Tho police nrc Inclined
to bollevo that Powell may havo been
tho victim of pickpockets beforo en
tering the building.
CULLED IN THE OHIO FIELD
NEWS GATHERED IN CITIES
THE BUCKEYE STATE.
6torlet of a Day's Doings as Recorded
by Telegraph for This Paper.
Collision Is Fatal to Three.
Lima, O., July 1. A construction
trnln, the property of tho Galland
Construction Company of Toledo, wns
wrecked last evening between Desh
lor and Bclmore. Tho now Lima-Toledo
lino building for the Ohio Elec
tric Co, Is In courso of construction
and tho train was backing In on a sid
ing for the night, when tho dummy
englno, "running wild," crashed Into
the trnln. Charles S. Hcldley of
Lelpslc, a timekeeper, was Instantly I
killed. James Fenney of Weston had!
both legs cut off and will die. Harry
McDonald of Lima was fatally In
jured. Hugo Conner, conductor, and
Carl Oredy, brakeman, both Of To
ledo, wero ,badly Injured. All tho In
jured wero taken to hospitals In To
ledo. The N. E. A. Convention.
Clovelnnd, July 1. On tho second
day of tho great convention of tho
National Education association tho
ilelcgateB applied themsolvos to a
Btudy of tho cultural branches In
which they wero individually most in
terested. Sectional meetings wcro
addressed by educators of national
roputatlon In tho various churchcn
which had thrown their doors open to
A Destructive Explosion.
Stcubonvllle, 0 July 1. A largo
Iron depository containing fireworks,
dynamite caps nnd other explosives
blew up Tuesday In an alloy In tho
business dlptrlct. One- wall of a stor
age house was wrecked. Windows In
ono sldo of tho Buttca laundry wero
blown out and the girls cut by flying
400 Ohio Bankers Will Attend.
Columbus, O., July 1. Tho reserva
tions for tho trip of tho Ohio Bankers'
association to tho Thousand Islands,
where the convention of the organiza
tion will be held this year, wcro
closed Tuesday. Almost 400 bankers
will attend tho conventlop, leaving
Cleveland noit Monday evening,
8afebloyvers Secured $300.
Mansfield, O., July l.--Tho general
itore of H. P. Maxwell at Loxlngton
was broken into Monday night and a
wife containing $300 was blown with
nitroglycerin. The safablowers Mojo
a ho.tee and buggy belonging to Wal
rer Walker. It Wai found Tuesday
mornliic In Gallon. '
" ! 7 T-. -wmmmw- - - - ,. -
vorys Will Not Be Chairman.
Columbus, 0 July 1. Advices
from Washington give high authority
lhat Mr. Vorys will not bo tho na
tional tohipn'lKn manager for Secre
tary Tnft. President Roosevelt, It Is
tnld, insists that Hitchcock have that
Du(fy Succeeds Rltezel. -Columbus,
0 July 1. MnJ. V. 11.
Duffy of Toledo has been appointed
chief commissary on tho staff of Gen.
Dick, with rank of lleutcnnnt colonel.
Ho succeeds P. M. Hltczel of Wnrrcn,
who has been mndo chief signal offi
cer. Crane Nominated for Circuit Judge.
ZnncsvUle. O., July 1. Judga John
Crane of Canton wns nomlnnted for
circuit Judge of tho Fifth Judicial cir
cuit for both the long nnd short terms
by tho Republican convention hero
Sick Woman Suicided.
Akron, O., July 1. Mrs. II. A. Will
lams, wife of n promoter of power
nnd automobile companies, commit
ted sulcldo Tuesdny with carbolic
acid. Sho had been 111 for komo time.
Bishop Potter's lllnecs.
Coopcrstown, N. Y. July I. Ro.
ports from tho bedsldo of Bishop
Henry Potter of tho Protestant Epis
copal dioccso of Now York, who Is
rritlcally HI here, wcio somewhat
moro favorable last night, Indicating
that tho patient would probably our
vivo tho nlghL
Roaenbecker Is Taken to Reformatory
Columbus, O., July 1. After six
years' imprisonment In tho Ohio pen
itentiary, "Danny" Roscnbeckor, tho
youngest prisoner over behind tho
wnlls of tho penitentiary, was trans
ferred to tho Manslleld reformatory
on Tuesday. Roscnbeckor wns re
ceived at tho penitential y nt the age
.. til a.. ...- . t a ha
iw ii jtuuib io uurvo ii icrni or u
j yPftr8 for manslaughter. He wns sont
up from Toledo. Ills crime, commit
ted In 1902, shocked the wholo coun
try. Tho boy murdered a younger
companion, nnd mutllatod him with
a knlfo, oven cutting out his tongue
After living for nearly three
months with four ounces of his brain
removed, Joseph Rltz, a tailor, ol
Brookljn, N. Y., Is dead.
,St. Bonaventuro college nt Alle
gany, N. Y., has been destroyed by
fire. The Jesuit fathers had charge
of tho Institution. Loss $110,000.
, In a fight between striking Iron
Mountain railway shopmen and Ital
ian strike breakers nt Van Buren,
Ark., two of tho strike breakers wero
shot and seriously wounded, Over
200 shots wero fired.
Albert Gallahcr, for yearn In the
secret scrvlco of the United States
and ono of those detailed as the
bodyguard of tho late President Me
Klnloy nt tho tlmo of McKlnley's as
sassination, Is dead at Chicago.
Pleaded Gultty of Rebating.
Chicago, July 1. A. Booth & Co,
ono of tho Inrgcat concerns dealing In
fish and oyHters In tha west, pleaded
guilty In tho federal district court
Tuesday to having nceeptcd rebates
from railroad companies. An Indict
ment ngalnst tho company was re
turned u year ago. It contained sev
eral counts, all of which, with ono
exception, wero dismissed. The
chnrgo to which the company pleaded
guilty was accepting $169 from tho
Lohlgh -Willoy nnd Nickel Plato rail
roads. Senlcnco was deferred.
Well Known Newspaper Man Dies,
Washington, July 1. Sylvanua E.
Johnson, formerly connected with the
Ohio Stnto Journal, tho Now York
world and for many years Washing
ton corresppndent and managing edi
tor of the Cincinnati Enquirer, died
last nght at his home In this x:Ity,
UftlU VI JI(U?,
t Go to Jail.
ftf i. Brlttlan,
Gcorgo II. LaHi
and Charles G,
mt-k irfirau anriwi
r'tj'SM"" x. iMkSi
WUTO5 uataMH auins aninKn
a a oiuni.
Washington, July 1.-
partaken for some months of special
lv prepared food containing salt
poter with a view of determining
what effect this clremlcal product has
upon tho human system, Dr. Harvey
Wiley s famous "poison squad com
pleted their dietary courso at tho
bureau of chemistry last night. This
cla was ono of several formed to de
termine what effect certain deleteri
ous substances" hnvo when taken in
food Into tho human body.
Plumley Defeated Hasklns.
St. Johnsbury, Vt., July. I. Con
gressman Hasklns of Drnttlcboro, who
for nearly eight years haB represented
the Second congressional district nt
Washington, wns defeated for rcnoml
nation nt tho Republican convention
In this city Tuesday by Frank H.
Plumley of NorthfloM. Mr. Plumley
several years ago acted as umpire of
tho claims brought by Great Britain
nnd other countries ngalnst Vene
zuela. Ho Is 04 years old.
Dissolved ''the Injunction.
Cincinnati, July 1. United States
Judgo Satcr last night dissolved tho
temporary rostrnllnng order which
had been obtained by the Clifton
Springs Distilling Co. against Internal
Revenue Colcctor Bettman preventing
tho enforcement of tho now rules for
tho branding of distilled spirits.
The Verdict Is Set Aside.
Now York, July I. Tho verdict by
which Edward W. Vandcrbllt, a ro
tired business man of Brooklyn, wns
declared lncompotont to manngo his
own affairs, was set nsldo by tho
appellate division Tuesdny and a now
trial was ordered on tho ground that
tho Jury had nccopted Illegal fecH.
Tho action to havo Mr. Vandcrbllt
declared Incompetent wns hi ought by
his dnughtcr several months ago af
ter he had married Mary S. Pepper,
a spiritualistic medium, and, nccord
Ing to his daughter, had given a largo
amount of property to his wife.
Utlca Will Welcome Sherman.
ITtlcn, N. Y., July 1. A rousing
welcomo will be given James S. Sher
man, tho Republican cnndldatc for
vlco president, when ho arrives In
this city Thursday evening. Mr.
Sherman will bo met at (he train by a
inception committee consisting of
prominent men from both tho Demo
cratic nnd Republican parties nnd his
escort to tho Shcrnan homo will in
cludo practlcnlly every uniformed or
ganization In Oneida county. The
lino of march will be ublnzc with red
llro and electrical Illuminations.
Indians Have $1,000,000 in Banks.
Ashland, Wis., July 1. For tho
fltsl time In tho history of tho Chip
pewa Indians of northern Wisconsin,
they now hnvo an oven $1,000,000 on
deposits In tho banks of Ashland,1
Iludbnn and Duluth. In addition tha
Indian have claims ngalnst the gov
ernment aggregating $300,000.
Bucket Shops Go Out or Business.
New Haven, Conn., July 1. Under
an enactment of the Inst general as
sembly buclyt Bhops In Connecticut
ended their business last night. Tho
penalty for violation of tho la' In n
fine of from $500 to $1,000 :fd ini
prlsounient of ono venr.
Indicted for Looting a Bank.
Salt Lake. Utah, July 1. The- fed
eral grand Jury on Tuesday roturncd
an Indictment ngalnst A. W. Nelson
In connection with the alleged loot
ing of the reserve vaults of the Utah
National bank. Nelson is cashier of
the Jordan ttate bank and was for
merly employed In tho Utah Nntloivil,
where hlu umic, Joseph S. Nclaon,
wns formcily c.ibhlcr. The elder Nel
bon tendered his resignation When
President MrCni mlcl; Issued n state
ment acknowledging tho loss of $100,
250 f lorn tho Utah National.
Ordera Brakemen to Resume Work.
Now Castlo, Pa., July 1. Over 100
Pennsylvania railroad brakemen fald
off labt fall wero on Tuesday notified
to report nt onco for work to tho as
sistant train master hero. Fifty lire
men who had bon laid off wcro ro
contly put to work.
Two Men Killed by a Train.
Pittsburg. July 1, Mtko Leva nnd
another foreigner nt the MeKcesport
ntatlon Tuesday bidding good-byo to
departing countrymen stepped from
one moving train In front of nnothor
and wero crushed to death.
, Mutiny In a
Atlanta, Ua July 1. Ono negro
was shot nnd seriously wounded Tues
day an a result of a mutiny nmong
negro convicts at a convict camp 20
miles from Atlanta. Tho negroc io
fused to work.
Will Have Their Own School.
Seattle. July I, Seattle Jnpancso
havo decided to withdraw their rhll
drun from piibllo"ai'hoo!B becatiKo the
education given Is not satisfactory to
them. Japanese, schools und Instruct
ors will bo' MibsJIlutcd.
Death of Glasa Snake.
A glass snako owned by E, V.
Windsor, of Darne't, England, re
cently died after, a continuous fast
of 237 days Tho last time the snako
was fed was on, Juno 1, 1904, when
it ate; a small frog, From that tlmo
until Us death, on February 2, ,1906.
although repeatedly offered food, It
ate nothing. Until a week bpforo
death it appeared in good health
and was at tmes Uroly. The body
ehowed no signs of omacjatlon.
It is wonderful what a comforta
ble doptrlne- the ourvlval ot the At
test ll to tbojio sJjq jmrjlya,
.-OTn aauair' rninriea a Stunt,
How did I happen to g6"lnto the de
tective lino? I was put In It by n
Insular coincidence. I had no more
idea of being n dctccllvo than being
president of tho United States. I never
developed any fancy for such work,
never rend dctcctlvo stories or took
any interest In tho methods of how
rcnl cases wcro managed. What I did
hear of such mnttora they filled mo with
a bojlcf. that this business of noticing
how far n match was burned or which
cud of n cigarette was lighted first to
gain n clew hod nothing to do with
Ono day I was lu n street car going
homo from n bank where I was em
ployed on a fairly good salary when I
saw a man fumble lu hla pocket for
change to pay his fare. A few min
utes Inter n woman picked up n folded
bill off tho floor and handed It to him,
asking him If ho hndn't dropped IL
Ho unfolded It. enst n glance at it,
paled slightly nnd handed It back to
her In a hurry, denying the ownership.
Tho woman asked one or two pcoplo
Bitting near If they had dropped It, but
they nil said they thought they hntl
not. I asked tho woman to lot mo sco
It. It didn't tako mo long, backed by
my bnhklug experience, to dccldo that
It wns counterfeit.
This wan tho first time I over Bhowcd
n faculty for dctcctlvo work. I noticed
that no one showed nuy unusual emo
tion lu looking nt tho bill except tho
man who was supposed to have drop
ped It; therefore there was n proba
bility that ho was n counterfeiter. But
I bald nothing; simply handing it back
to tho woman.
But my curiosity had been aroused.
Curious to follow up the matter, when
the man who had paled got out I got
out, too, nnd followed him at n dis
tance. IIo entered n haidwnro store,
where ho purchased sovcral articles.
I didn't know what they were, but ono
of them was n hammer with n big end
fcultablo for beating nnythlng flat.
Another was a crucible for melting
metals. When ho went out I snatched
the bill he had pnld the salesman, ex
pecting to sco n counterfeit, but In thl3
I wns disappointed. It was good
Well, I tracked the fellow to n room
nt the top of a business building,
whore ho had n shop. 1 kuocked nt
the door. Ho opened It, but did not bid
mo cuter. I told him I bad somcthlug
to say to him nnd wished to go Inside.
Ho said ho was making a certain con
trivance that was not yet patented nnd
no ono wns allowed to enter the prem
ises where tho work wns done.
Mind you, 1 wns no detective. 1 was
merely Indulging my curiosity. A
detective would have gono nwny nud
como ngnn prcpnrod to net ns nn otfl
cor of tho law. I simply nccuscd tho
man of counterfeiting, stntlng what 1
had seen In tho car.
IIo stood looking nt mo a few mo
ments nppalled. then said. "What's
Moll Brown going to give you for help
"I don't know Moll Brown," 1 re
plied, "and I'm In no one's employ In
this mutter. I'm only doing it for
"Come In hero nud satisfy yourself,"
I went in nnd found nn nrtlclo for
sweeping floors manufactured aud in
process of making. Then ho explained:
"Moll Brown wns tho woman who
tried to II x the counterfeit bill on mc.
I was intlmnte with her once nnd was
to havo married her, but 1 found out
Bho wns bad und shook her. She's
sworn to have her revenge."
Resolved to follow tho matter up, I
took Moll Brown's nddrcss. 1 felt sure
Bho bad got tho counterfeit bill from
sonio one Interested In making or pass
ing It, or both, nnd couldn't refralu
from getting at tho bottom of the mat
ter. 1 cooked up a reason for making
her ncqunintauco nnd went to sco her.
At this point 1 began some real dc
tcctlvo work. I got her confldonco nud
told her that I was looking for sonio
easy way of making money. After a
good deal of boating about tho bUsh
sho agreed to tell mo where I could
get sonio "queer" to put out nnd gavo
me tho address of the man I had shad
owed. I didn't want any better proof
of his story. She was bent on his ruin
nnd would havo Included me If It suit
ed her convonlcnco. 1 delayed about
going to the man sho named nnd con
tinued to watch her.
Accident helped mo. Ono evening
whon I visited her a man called on her
whom I ppotted nt once. I went nway,
leaving hliu with her, and when he
en mo out shadowed him. Ho wont to
a place that I funded, putting this and
that together, might be n den of coun
terfeiters. I put tho police on to tho
matter. They surrounded tho bulklfng
where tho supposed den was. then
Wospd In nnd, sure enough, trapped a
party at work making spurious bills.
If tho womnn In their secret had not
been bent on getting revenge, they
might nil havo been making fatso mon
ey to this day, Tho woman wns con
victed with tho rest, nnd tho man she
tried to Injure wns tho most grateful
fellow to mo you oversaw. As for ino
well, having got a tnsto for detective
work, I accepted a position, In nn
The caso has influenced nil my subse
quent work. I never consider n clow,
especially ono that scciiib very ptalii.
of much vnluo until I have proved It
to bo such. What I rely tn most Is
tho want of stamina among those who
are guilty of crlmo In standing by each
other, Another vnluablo lesson I learn
ed from tho caso Js that revengo often
plays an Important part In fixing crlmo
both where it is and where It Is not.
DOLLAR ANDYHE PESO.
What a Dollar Means In Mexico Has
Tho question in Mexico of what a
"dollar" means has recently been
authoritatively settled. Tho Depart
ment of FInnnco has decided that the
word "dollar"' Bhall mean tho Ameri
can gold dollar and that when tho
Mexlcail sliver dollar Is meant tho
word "peso" shall bo employed.
Somom tlmem ago an American res.
Ident at Tamplco wroto "aollar" on a
check, and tho Tnmplco bank cnshler
to whom tho check was presented paid
tho amount in gold values. Tho
drawer of tho chock claimed that It
was his Intention to havo silver paid.
Litigation was threatened, but upon
Investigation tho authorities decided
ngalnst tho drawer of tho check. Tho
Moxlcan. ruling applies to all docu
ments, notes, drafts, &c.
Trains Siberian Railway.
Tho trnln on tho Trans.Slbcrian
railway aro In general comfortablo
and sufficiently well kept. The rood
Is qullo sufficient. Tho speed is very
slow, howovor, nnd tho stops at sta
tions long nnd tedious. In general,
t Is better for a foreigner not fumlllar
with tho Russian languago to travel
by the International trains, because
the employes thereon In nil cases
speak either French, German or En
glish In uddltton to Russian and the
toilet nrrnngements on International
trains are much superior to thoso on
(ho Stato railways.
The Expectation of Life.
Notwithstanding Improved medical
knowledge and the benefits of modern
sanitation, wo nro dying earlier than
our grandparents did. Tno United
States census Bhowa n considerably
Increased death rato for nil ages over
sixty years. At tho same time, It
still holds good that tho average ex
pectation of Ufa has been lengthened
during tho past decades hut It Is only
tho younger Individuals who pioflt by
this practical result of tho advances
in medical knowledge.
, Bill Moves Slow.
There Is pending In tho French
Parliament a bill providing for old.
ngp pensions to railroad work people.
This bill was Introduced 10 jcaro
ago, and five jeurs ago was submit
ted to tho President of the Senate.
In order to hurry him up a little on
Juno 8 last 400,000 postcards wcro ad.
dressed to him by as many railroad
men In all parts of Franco asking
his early attention to tho matter.
To Improve Japan's Railways.
Tho Japaneso Government has do.
cidod to carry out, in connection
with tho nationalized railroads, n
thorough Improvement on a large
scale of all Stato lines. Tho work,
of which the estimated cost is about
1,300,000, is to bo completed lu Ilvo
years, in tlmo for tho opening of tho
exhibition lu 1912. Engineer.
Women who hnvo recently Joined
the AVnndBworth (England) Rlllo Chili
havo proved so expert In tho uso of
the rlllo that scores of 35 out ot u
"highest posslblo" of 40 havo fre
quently been recorded. Tho club
committee Is desirous of securing oth.
er women sharpshooters In order to
arrango a match between tho women
Morgan Belongs to SO Clubs.
J. Plerpont Morgan belongs to four
times as many clubs as does the King
His Hoynl Highness Is a member of
12 while Mr. Morgan has his name on
tho lUts of at least CO. Occasionally
ho visits so mo ot thorn, while In the
tnso of most of them ho never hnH
been Insldo their doors. Onco n
member of a club ho never lcslgns.
Rocks of the Lizard.
Tho dangerous rocks of tho Llznrd,
on tho coast of Cornwall, ono of tlw
oldest landmarks of tho marine world
aro tho sccno of many terrible dis
asters. It wus hero that tho Span.
lull Armeda was wrecked whon tho
Spaniards tried to Invade England.
Polyglot Battery Park.
Battery Park In Now York City
Is a school of languages. A French
visitor In tho city who can apeak
In nlno tot'R'ies heard oycry ono of
them thoro one dny last vvcok,
Boston Leads In Telephones,
Boston Is the greatest telcphono
user In the world, according to tho
annual report of the Now England
Tolephono nnd Telegraph Company.
Every day In Now England there la
an nvoMgo of 035,858 telcphono con
versions, in Boston thcro Is a phono
for every 11 porsons,
Kin to tho Frog,
The salamander looks like a lizard,
hut lta character, Is that of 'tho frog.
Tho old Btdry that the salamander
can cuduro lire is uufotrhded.
t ii a '
EFFECTIVE JUNE 22, 1908.
No. 33 t lo:15 am
No. 35 4:20 phi
No. 37 10:5(Lpm
No. 39 C:10 pin
SOUTH BOUND.. '
No. 30 5:50 am
No. 38 .-. 7:20 am
No. 32 10;18"am
No. 31 1:35 pm
No. 30 7:15 pm
No. 38 starts from Marlon.
No. 39 stops at Marlon.
No. 39 will loavo Columbus at C
p. m. on Sundays.
l 0:07 pm
" 4:50 am
S 8:3!t ntn
8lfi '.. 12:40 pm
822 r,:20 urn
3 10:25 am
'7 it:oo pm
9 .' 12:15 am
s21 ,.y7:10 am
sl5 .,.7:30 pm
EAST BOUND. ,', ,W
1 ...'" C!l5i.in
"10 'i 12:25 am
12 .-..' 12:25 am
"8 9:00 urn
1G 12:52 pm
3 10:27 am
9 1:15 am
15 -1:35 pm
iDally a Dally except Sunday.
lew York Central Linis
am FOUR ROUTE j
9:25 a. m.
i 12:25 noon
7:22 p. xa.
10:57 p. m.
.11:19 p. m.
No 10 dally except Sunda
11 ". 2:38 . m.
11 5:33 n. m.
19 9:55 a. m.
27 1:55 p. m.
43 7:25 P. m.
4:27 p. m.
No. 6 dally oxcopt Sunday.
AMI trains dally txeept localr tad
oe. 6 and 10.
Phono 246. I
Effective, Oct. Jpi, 1W7. i
L. B. NEBERGALh,
For further Information regarding
rains, call lnformtlo operator,
4th of July
Hocking Valley Ry.,
to all points in Cen
tral Passenger Associ
ation Territory, where
round trip fare is over
$1.00. Tickets on sale
jxily 3rd and 4th., lim
ited for return Passage
la Household Uc
For. Cleaning and Pollsklaa
or 14 Ibiu lu ibtuiiMl fnr a full hAr.
I Thb Kmotro Siiicon Co., 80 Cliff St., Now York,'
v wcra u vranuu BCU IU .