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MEDALS OFMLD AND SILVER
(M'tyon :)- American 'In Iridlvia
ual Match The InUrna-
m t(ona;C9.nisst WJII Be ,
ttDiiUy, July 11. ,Tbe Amcricnr
Tfin'fkttieri made a capital showing
Friday in tbe Olympic games shoot
ihfi caritfcstH1. lieildcfl capturing golc
,Jfid ijWfr ftiedatt theyalo htiro t
lffd in the International tean
! iVViUti' Winona, American, In tin
(hoot-drr ior tbe double shot cornpotl
fibft at a running deer, won the golc
fafualjthuco6on'4 against 41 (oi
'Wpt; hati'V-in, Unilirih, who Is n On
tn'ttfeflOO hietres Individual mater.
LfeuL$erljo'n, WJ'th a score of 856
woritbe silver modal, losing the goU
one or Ihe event by only a few
points (o tho Norwegian, Helgcrud
According to tbe unofficial figure!
Helgehid's score la 904, Walllngford
fen Englishman, won the bronze hied
hi. Dobldeg Setrion the only othei
Americans who competed In thli
i.vent Were Capt. B. A. Green, Unitoi
fctutei marine corps, who stored 791
joints',' dud J. Shesslon of Dela
w'arj.wllo made 745.
& The Chief Interest of the day cen
tered, in the International teaic
match, In which tho Americans hav
ine top Bcore tit tbe three ranges
the 200 yard, BOO yard and COO yard
whlMKcompriso the first half of thli
contest. The other three ranges art
to be shot over to-day and the win
hers, besides, being awarded the cov
eted' gold medals, will be acclaimed
aa the champion tnarltsnieu of th
World. When the teams left tbe buttt
bh, Friday tbe American team led with
a store of 1291, with England second
wlthj 1281 and Sweden third with
fcib'or Leaders Are Sued for Damagei
7 Denver, July 11, While Samuel
Oobiprs, John "Mitchell, John II. l.ou.
flOS; 'Prank MorMsbuJosepll Yalefl
foe, James Duncan and Max "Morrh
rweW folding a conference on Idboi
tbaUefs Friday, Deputy Sheriff Ijjw-
s6'n served them with nanem in nn
Jcar as defendants In a suit brought
fcy,,t.hb W. R. Thompson -Marble Co.
Ugnlnfct thoni bh leadltlg officers of th
American Federation of Labor, foi
IJ5O.OO0 tor alleged damages to lit
'iuilneia by a strike ahd" boycott.'
'Man and Wife killed by ;a Train.
, eVMrbrk, July II. An automobile
ifiarrylrigW H. MutchliiBs of Uroolc-
Jyh. his wife and daughter and s
tilh(iurfdUr was run down by u train
;TrJtiayt Center Moriches, L. I. Tho
twit hiirled" from tho machine oyer
,.100, feeti Mrs. Hutchlpgs was dead
wHetf.' found anil her husband died ol
. pi Injuries. The daughter was seri-
tnisfy injured. The chauffeur was un-
fy Mystery Is as Deep, as Ever.
Vf P,biiaaelpb!a, July Jl. The luquesl
u (b case of, Dr. William II. Wilson,
JVdo .iltfl Juhe 2C, after drinking a
fabotlie'' pi ' ale containing cyanide ol
JibftirtlUm, was' hold Friday anil th
hrj rendered a Verdict that W'llsou
(finle to' his death from drinking 'the
ttl't'oaci leverage sent him by "per
, A Democrat Conareasman Flops.
C,?fw York, July U. Eugene W.
take. Democrat, member of con
jgress or the Sixth district of Ken
"JeY&ey, wrote Friday to William II
Tiff 'announcing that he will vote for
fiift unit" offering his services to the
Itepublicnn nominee during the cum
jialgii. Twenty-two Bookmakers Are Indictee
New York, July 1!. Indictment!
' whlcif susjalned on trial, may send
''22 men churged with bookmuking to
"'Jail 'for one year each, were reported
''b'J" th Klngscouuty graud Jury Frl -
uBy'unuer me recently euacieu anil-
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Will Retire as Committeeman.
"Washington, July 11. Ropresenta -
t(t James S. Sherman, caudldato for
vice preslaent on tho Republican tick
et," In a 'short time will retire from
the. Republican congressional com
mittee,' of- Which he is tbe cbatrmaa
, Sweet Marie's Victory.
i neudvllle, Mass., July 11. Sweet
ilarla wou ,tho free for all race bert
I Friday for the .trotting championship
bfthe World, 'capturing, the first and
third .hetB. ""
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J fRiisljia' O'o on-the Warpath.
, BAbftt, "Ariz,. July 11, An uprising
.f. NayaJdaT lNew Mexico is report.
1 y an'ii 0 ioldfers wlthinac)ilhe guni
,4"livBVtl'e'en, Hint from Vort unciinca
Jit'o' Foft Wlugate, ""N.' M., to ald'th
1'ifctWraMf. " ' '
WM.ma Hat. AlberU, July ll.-ln
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f,lkniciHc(rmM uitar Jaere J'rlda)
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WITH NOIE AND FIREWORKS
Cincinnati Will Celebrate onjhe day
that Taft Is Officially NotlflVd "
of ,HI rjom(natlon.
Cincinnati, July 11. At a meeting
Friday of tho dommlttuis In charge ot
tbe reception that will be extended
to William H. Tuft on July 28 when
he Is formally advised' of bin nomina
tion for the presidency, the following
program wiw agreed upon:
At 7 o'clock In the morning ot July
28 there will be salutes of 20 guns or
more, fired from the hilltops. At 8
O'clock bands In the parks, squarcR
and at prominent corners will begin
to inako melody, aud they will keep ut
It all day. At 10 d'clock a Hag will
be presented by tho city of Cincinnati
to Charles 1. Taft, brother of the
nomlney, to be unfurled over the Tail j
residence on Pike street when the
nominee Is In Cincinnati. This pre '
Dentation will be made at the Taft
At 11 o'clock the notification com
mittee will be escorted to the Taft
residence and on a temporary plat
fortn Mr. Taft will hear the formal
word that he la the Republican par
ty's chotce for president.
be but two speeches, that of Senator New York luw lu relation to the pub
Warner of Missouri, giving uotlflca- llclty of campaign funds of the na
tion to Mr. Taft. and that of accept- tlonal committee was ttin chief topic,
ance by tbe nominee. ' lteferrlhg to BUggestions that .the
At 1:30 p. m. marching clubs will
pasB lu review and then a public re
ception Will be held. This will be
followed' by a luncheon to the notifi
cation committee given by-Charles ip
Taft. After luncheon the visiting
committee will be token In automo
biles over the city.
, At 5 o'clock several thousand bul
Idonu will be sent up and ut 8 d'clock
there will be an Immense display ol
fireworks from tho river bridges and
craft in tho harbor. The public land
lug will be roped off for the populace,
while Mr. and Mre. Taft and the noti
fication committed will, view the tiro
works from the steamer Island Queen,
which utter- tbe pyrotnehntcu will take
Its distinguished- guests up and down
This will conclude Uiii
SMALL GAINS ARE NOTED.
Each Week Brings Increased Manu
r factd'rlng Activity.
New York. July
11. It. G. Dun &
Co.'o Weekly HeVIoW of Trade says:
Further small net gains' aro record
ed In' commercial progress, favorable
reports predominating, although- th
tendency i by no means dellulte. In
muny lines of trade the dullness ol
midsummer Is unusually intense, but
each week brings Jucreatted manufac
turing activity and Instances are not
ed bf orders for fall goods placed too
late for delivery ut specified dutes.
More business is coming to, the Iron
furnuces aud steel mills, although or
ders' aro usually for Binall quantities,
but a good slgu U the Increase ol
specifications on old"' contracts. Thli
extends oven to bllletg, which have
boon notably quiet for several
months. Sules of steel burn during
. Juno uttulned surprising dimensions.
onuuiurui eimjinn wuu iuuju ncc-
ly, several large: unuertalclugs and
numerous small bridges or buildings
calling for a substantial tonnage. Tin
' Plato mills have made satisfactory
agreements wltli employes and can
ners are specifying freely against
standing contracts,, while pipe workt
Increase, their active capacity.
Textile mills are still curtailing out
put, especially in New Kngland, but
graduul Improvement Is noted la
Conductor Shot "a tla'ndlt.
St. Ianl. Minn., July 11. A reporl
received ot Great Northern rallwaj
headquarters 'here'-says that" a' niasked
highwayman attempted to hold up th
wentbound fust mail train near Na
'plan, Ioa. Conduetdr Matthews of-tlu
train und tho roblx:r; Whoso name ii
Robert -Rdman, axebapgsd'hots, TlK
conductor bhot th r-obber tllrbugh
th'u lungs, breaking duo rib. The
Uandlt'o' wounda- aro probably fatal.
' " wBrnap Vit Fitafiy 'Burned.
"Kap'oleon, '6.. Jetty A'-Mi'fl. Alex
,mi,.r, nBf( go, vui Wlaly hnriifd di
-u.r -ijCnie; '"n IJWily -CAriU'r 'wbJU
) -uni'hlc? van-Si iV?t iJtu :tvn wit".
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BY MR. TAFT IN REQARD To'cON
TRIBUTI0N8 TO CAM
NEW YORK LAW IN THE CASE
vVllI'' Be' Btrlctiy' Complied Wlth-
Treasurer 8hedon 8aya Money
for Campaign Purpoces WIN
Be .Hard to Get..
Hot Springs, Va., July 11. That
the publicity of campaign funds is to
be made a feature of tho coining cam
paign was made very clear here Fri
day. Mr; Taft had extended talks
With Chalrmari Hitchcock and George
It: Sheldon, treasurer of the nuttonal
cammlttee. nnd tho necessity for" the
strictest possible compliance with the
Republican party might receive funds
outside of Now York and' not Include
them In the report of the natldnal
treasurer, Mr,-" Taft ;replled promptly
that it was, possible to commit per
jury in such a case, but he scduted
the idea that the purpose of giving '
i publicity to the funds bf the parly In
tho co ml ily national campaign is not
entirely sincere. Mt Sliclddn also
declared that tho New York law In
respect to all the funds that corne to
, the national committee In whatever
state they may be collected will be, Ohio during the past year( according
published, with tbe jiamen of tho. to-the compilation completed Friday
donors. ' ' W' A- c- Corman and Charles Foe,
Mn Sheldon said he beliaved' that sluto auditor's department, of reports
moiiey for campaign purposes would, by county auditors. In May, 1907,
bo Very "tight" tills year, but he1 did there were in the ctatu 9.512 nalooiiB
eel-'not believe the publicity of campaign
funds would lessen the amount con-,
trlbutcd. lie declared that cotnpll-
mice with tho luw lu thin respect
would dispel the popular Idea that a'
vast amount of money In-spent In ha-,
Klmer Dover, secretary of the na
tional committee, Is expected hero to
day. It la understood that under the
present arrangements for the cam
paign Mr. Dover will at once enter
upon active work.
Mr. Cleveland's Will Is Probated.
Trenton, N, J., July ll. The will of .prohibition convention here noit
ex-President Grover Cleveland was Week. Vied F. Wheeler of Los All
probated Friday. Tho Will Is lu Mr.'geleB, Cal now seemH tho likely nora-
Uievciamrs uauuwriting ami maitcs.
no disclosure us to the extent of his
wealth. After some minor bequests
and the creation of a fund of $10,000
fur each of the four children, the re
mainder of the estate Is left to Mih.
Hapoood Win In Court.
Now' York. July 11. -Herbert
Hupgood, president or Ilapgoods
Sales Co., and his necretary, 'Ruy Kll
by,' M-era discharged Friday for Jack
of evidence lu the case in which they
were arretted on July '.', charged with
obtaining stock gUbucrlptloiiB' to the
Hapgabd Sales Co. through' misrepre
sentation. i Branded Her Son With on Iron.
New York, July It. Asserting that
her C-year-old son, (!harle Goodsull.Ji, $ucU avenue on Wednesday. He
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was th) Metalnh, ' hli llotlier, 'Airs.
Grace Gondsnll, biarulcd lilru for life
on-thb forehead and throat wjlh a red
hot iron. The child was rescued
fpum the religion-crazed volutin and
both we're tulten tu a hospital.
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Plot to Rdb a Tram Failed.
Den'Vdr, July 11. Detectives anil
city jmllcemen nffi lodklngi for tour
luen'wlio'wole' overheard liy'a section-
man oh', thct Durllngton rAllr6Hi
dlscuaslng-U'plot to fob a Uurllnctbii
passenger train peai1 Alllanoe, Net..i
last Tuesday night of gold Lrillltyn
worth J100;000 wlifcU .wun eliipped
froln the Homestake mine tit Umd, S.
D. Tho' section bian ropditd hc
matter to tho autb'orltlea and guarde
Were stationed In the 'vicinity of the
plropose'd holdup, thus frustrating tbe
iimchbn &A,TttibAY, JtlLY u,
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.STORIES OF BliCKEfE LIFE,
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Hattptrlnga in Varlqua Cltlw ni
Tcwn. In the- tyait Art
Out'6mr Wf Holdup Man.
Cieyejatid. ittly 'ilJohn "OigU
held" up end
ubi aware iiiuiiuuui, nus uvk
robbWrin, His 'stot-e. 'A edit
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entered Oefcleoh'a Btoro, "Ho asked
o ne6' a' reviver" which Was in tu?
show cse," said Oeglcon. "I'handW
him the gun and he loaded It." The
customer suddenly fumed into a ro'b-
bef unit Oeglebri Was asked to reveal
thft' hiding place ol money It was rfCip
pdsed he had Jh his store. Wlth''flic
revolver pressed against his head,
Qegieon opened. 'the cash drawer,
moved boxes and emptied sacks fa
convince tho robber there was no
ulonfey in the place. ,'
Quarryman 8ho a Robber.' j
Rlvrln. O.. JiHv 11. Four Cleveland
men wero caufcht stealing ,brass froni
onri of" thb Cleyeiahd Sjtone Cd. quar-)
rice in vioiumiija lownBiny imirsuui
night, It Is alleged. Mike Sojhar, 18
years old1, was riddled with Bhot. Johh
I.cst became! frightened at the shoot
ing and surrendered. Two others es
caped. The brass was missed from
the quarry and" wHS located hidden
beneath a culvert, Superintendent
McCarthy organized a posse mid lay
in wait. They wero rewarded' by tho
appearance of the quartet late at
night. They opened fire and the four
attempted to escape.
pardon Was Delayed for 18 Years.
iuumuus, u., juiy ii. uigmeen
. years after George Swanston complet-
led his one-year' s'entence In the tiehl-
J", 'f vo1",qk the pension
laws, having been sent up from
Youngstovn, a full pardou arrive! at
the Institution Friday, olgned by Hen-
Jamln Hurmon, then president of tho
United States. The original letter
containing tho pardon was received
here from St. Lohls. It Is dated at
Washington, September 3, 1830. It
was stamped at Columbus September
4, .). in. It 13 probable that the let
ter lids been laying In some postoffleo
A Statement From Vorye.
Columbus, p., July 11. A. I. Vorys,
who has been spending ueveral days
at his home In Lancaster, returned to
ColumbUB Friday. When asked about
the recent action of the Republican
national siib-commlttee, he said': "1
enlisted for the nomination of Secre
tary Taft. Whan ho .was nominated
my only desire was' that he and the
national committee would do what
ever they thought best for the promo
tion of his election. Therefore I am
content wjlh their uction. I will do
everything in. niy power for the ele'c-
tion of both
the national and state
Fewer 'Saloons In Ohio.
' Cofihribus, O., July 11. There has
been a decrease of 4C2 saloons In
and tills year tho total applications
number but' 9,050. Olild hau now six
prohibition cburitieu, ua against three
last year. Hamilton coiihty lost two
edloflns, Cuyahoga 12, Franklin 29,
Wright Shies at the Honor.
Coliinibus, O., July ll. Seaborn
Wright of Georgia, whom Prohibition
national leaders have picked as -the
probable winner of the presidential
nomination, prefers to remain with
th DumofM-atln nnrtv mi.l will nn
permit the uso of his name-at the
" Murderer Qlvee $10,000 Ball.
Cleveland. Juiy 11. Mathius Jurl
clock, special Pennsylvania railroad
j detective, charged with first degree
muitici, vruu ununited iu ju.vuu umi
Mlltl vtttillli liv lll,lfrA Pltlinmmii l.f.
day juricicok i cimrireii wi., kin.
J.Jmg Joseph McNulty. Ho eald McNul
ty trespassed on tho property of the
railroad Inside the ore dock stock
ade. ' t Died Front His Injuries.
Cleveland, July 11. Deputy State
Fire Marshal William M. Bayne died
ut Huron'Street hospital Friday. He
had boin unconscious for several
hours befuro ho dloif, Mr. Bayne was
struck by an automobile whllo cross-
Was atteudiug to hla duties' as dep
uty tire marshal at tlm Uii,
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Woman Was Assaulted arid Robbed.
Akron, 0 July 11. .Mrs, Levi
Ltutjiernian pf WadnwoYth Is In u
serious condition from having been
gagged and robbed lu her houso by
two nWn -who first assaulted, )ier..
'J'Jiey were ai'restod, Two men wero
wresteir at Hai'bfirton tin pusplclon ot
jiuvng' done thb deed, but proved
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New Law Produces $25,000 Revenue.
Columbus, O., July 11, Tho first
month'o operation of tho state auto
mobllo law ended Friday, and on
looking over his books, Chief Clerk
Fred H, Caley" of the auto bureuu
found (hut the gross rocelnta for the
',1iaontti1r ltf xce"CB'of 25,)O0.
Some Divorce Statistics.' -Cleveland,
July 11. Dlvorcwi., gwtf
ed In this count in tho year ertdel
June 30, 1907, htrmberon 7T0J in U
year ended Jurte SO, this rar, 80f
T6 wives were grahted in' 'the Ik'
year 6lS divorces; t6 htisbamlB, lSi
In ten cac only were wlVee fefuaei
dlvorcea from htlsbanda; In IS case
husbands Were refuted divorces fron
wives. Wtvrf relented in 200 easel'
after they had filed stittA agalnot hiif
bands, and dismissed the proiteedlhr
Itt court, tldnbunds did likewise in &
cases. Last year there wer 354 sucl
Johnson Will Support Bryan, ,
St. Paul, Minn., July 1 1 Gov. John
on will auDDhrt Bryan for th hrer.l
dency. Clov. iohnsou' said he wouie
do nil In his power to bring uboin
tho election of Bryan. A telcgran
congratulating Mi. Bryan and tender
ing him. Johnaon'n supitt was seni
Alleged Counterfeiter la Arrested.
Danville, 111., July 11. Charles K
BroWn, 35 years old, ji prominent at
torney, waB nrrested Friday by ieerel
service agents on the charge of coun
crfeltlng. In" tho cellar of Ilrown'i
home, whero'he Was arrested', the gav
ernmenf 6gents fonnd what they sa)
la' 6. c6mpletb counterfeiting outfit.
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curious Uses for fans
Uaed by Umpires at Fencing and
Various aro the uses for fans In Ja
pan, tProperly manipulated, they many
times take tho place oi speech. Thu
umpire- at wrestling and fencing
matches uses ft heavy fan shaped llko
a huge butterfly, the handle being tho
body and rendered Imposing by heavy
cords of silk. Thu various 'motion
of the fuu constitute u language
which the WreBtlcrs fully Understand
und appreciate. Formerly In tlintS
ot war the Japanese cominaiider used
a large fan, having a frame or iron
covered with thick paper. In case of
danger It would he shut, and a blow
from its Iron bones wan no light af
fair. One notable variety of fan Is
mndo of waterproof paper, which can
bo dipped In water and createn great
coolness by evaporation without wet
ting the clothes. Tbo Hat fan inade
of rough paper Is often used as a
grain winnow, to blow tho charcoal
Urea ahd as a dustpan. Tho Japanese
gentleman of tho old school who nev
er wears a hat usea his fan to shield
his eyos from the uin. Hln head,
bare from childhood, hardly needs
shude, and when It does ho spreads
an umbrella, und with Ms fan he di
rects his servants and Haves' talking.
Weeping at a Wedding.
A fchlnese marrlago Is all ceremony
no talk, iio levity und much crying.
The solemnity of a funeral prevails.
After the exchange of presents the
brldo Is dressed with much care lu a
red gown, brocade or silk, If she can
get It; her eyelashes are painted a
deep 'black nnd she wears a heavy
red veil attached to a scarlet head
dress from which imitation pearls are
pendant over tho forehead. A feast
Is -spread upon a table, to which tho
blushing brldo Is led by five of her
bestfemalu friends. They are seated
at the table, but no one oats. The ut
most sllenco prevails, when filially
tbe mother leads off In a cry, the
maids follow and tho bride echoes In
tho chorus. Then all tbo bridesmaids
leave tho table, and tho dlscousuluta
mother takes a seat benlde the chair
of utate wbero thu bride sits. Tbe
bridegroom now enters, with four of
bis best nic-n. The men pick up the
throne on which tho brldo sits, and,
precoded by the bridegroom, form
iu procession aud walk around the
room or into an adjoining parlor, sig
nifying that ho is carrying her uway
to his own home. The guests theu
throw rico at the happy couple a cus
tom wo have borrowed from tbo
Caucasian Skull Growing.
By comparing modern skulls wltb
those of the autne race In an old mon
astery In tho Kedrou Valley, Doctor
Dlgbt, at thu American College o.
Del rut, Syriu, has, shown that tlilr
ten centuries have added two Inches
to tho circumference and three and u
half cubic inches to the uipAaty o.
the Caucuulau skull. Thu bruin U
developed lu the parts presiding ovc
the moral and Intellectual functions
growing higher und longer, wlthu..
Increase of tho lower purilcnK w;...
give breadth to" Uio heud and ,
which tho fielnah propui&il'.cii n,
Low Shoes bull; a
ours are, yield perfect
comfurt, and at 'small
BEAtTY & '
Our Hrlces beat anything in town.
uit Making a Speech Won't Win Hon.
ors at Yart Hereaher.
Hereafter persons who come to Yale
to dcllvei' cbmmnceme"nt a'ddressea
must not expect honorary degrees
to go with the Invitations. The new
rules, whlcn have been two years in
building and Which have been made
public, state that no honorary de
gree can be given to a person in the
samo year in which hJ moltVs one or
the regular graduation addresses.
In former years when a public man
received an invitation to deliver a
commencement address In t..e law or
medical school or In one of the other
departments he was quite likely tb re
ceive with It a notification thkt an
honorary degree had been conferred
There has also been a curtailment
In the selection ot candidates for the
honorary degree of doctor of laws and
In thofuture the title will not be
given promiscuously, but only In rec
ognition of distinguished public ser
vice. It lias been the custom at Yale
to' confer honorary degrees only at
commencement and then only to those
who would attend the exercises at
which the honors were given.
By tho new rules, with the approval
of a majority of the faculty members
of'tho committee oil honorary degrees
frelgnera df marked distinction vis
iting the University can receive a de
gree from tho corporation between
commencements. 'The limitation tu
number of honorary degrees each year
will In general Include not more than
two doctor of divinity, one doctor
of science and four doctors of laws,
of whom ut least oue doctor of di
vinity one doctor of science aud two
doctors of lawn aro required to be
Honorary degreen will be conferred
by udvlco of a committee made up of
the president, six members of the
corporation and five representatives of
the faculties, the latter nominated by
tho university council tinder rules of
UNCLE SAM'S 8CRAP BA8KET.
Haa Proved a Source of Revenue to
Economy Is said to consist in the
care of trifles, aud of this tho Waste
Paper Department of tho United
States Government's Stationery omce
; affords an excellent example.
An omciai or tins department wuue
lu New York recently gave an inter
esting account of tbe system,
"No less than $30,000 Is saved an
nually by tho Government waste paper
basket," ho said. "It was not so very
long ago that the wasto paper of tbo
Government office was tin unrecogniz
ed perquisite of the heads of depart
ments and many of tho minor offi
cials, wltb the result that no small
quantity of good stationery was
thrown away, anil In some cases large
amounts of Government proporty were
Systematically Misappropriated. N6(
only was this the caso, but -papers
of an Importaal ..d rb,.!flrtntlai
character found their way into tne
hands bf outsiders, sometimes 'with
very unpleasant consequences,
"A visit to the wasto paper depart
ment would forcibly Illustrate to you
tho enormous amount of correspond
ence and clerical work with which
the various Government offices imve
"To tho department It Is really a
largo warehouse comes 3,000 tons of
waste paper every year, tbe average
day's receipts varying from ten to
twenty tons. How vaBt is tills amount
Will be better realized fro in tho fact
that if a single week's waste paper
from tho Government offices was
thrown Into Washington Square' It
would came' pretty near burying the
Washington Monument, Vast as the
present quantity Is, It Is eteflClly In
creasing at tho rato of about twenty
tons every year.
"The ruper received Is of the most
miscellaneous character, consisting ot
old letters, Stato documents, printed
matter, old account books, uiid tho
like. On receipt it is at once handed
over to the sorters, who classify it
under twelve heads, and pack it .sep
arately lu large sacks. The sacks are
then shipped to lbe pulp mill. Con
fidential' documeuts rccclv'o careful
and effectual treatment. They are
thoroughly sliced up by a cutting ma
chine. When papers of an especial
ly secret character are; dealt (wljh tne
mlddlesectlon of each pllo is tak'en out
ahd placed in a separate receptacia
from tho rest.' Tho cut fragment's ure
then placed in a sealed sack, and axe
conveyed in cbarg of an ollicer to
the pulp mill, and there . teduce'd to
pulp under bis oye.
"Another section ot tbe waste paper
department contains tbe used ribbon
trom tbo Moiso telegraphic instru
ments. This pours n at (he ruts of
t'bout fifteen hundredweight per week,
measuring approximately 900 miles,"
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Blight of Tea Plants.
A blight of the tea plants caused
hy the hlte of mosquitoes Is cuuMug
much alarm among' tea1 planter In:
India; ' ' ' '' -
Ice Crwm Frwziri,
. At .
Iz..m nimumijiaa i
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;KFFECT,iVR JUNK 22, iSoS? '
i " NORTH BOUND.
No, 31 7J0O din
No. 33 aO:i.r)-am
No. 35 4:20 pro
No. 37 10:60 pBi'
No. 39 Cilb'mh
SOUTH BOUND. .v'
No. 30 'ciCOfttn
No. 38 ..., ,...,.,.. 7120' 4m
No. 32 IQtlSjirn.
No. 31 '.., 1:3ft pin.
No. 3fl 7!in p"m
No. 38 starts from Marlon. ,
No. 39 stops at Marlon.
No. 39 will leavo Columbus Jit 6
p. m. on Sundays,
t . bast!- b6und': ''?"?
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J- ,.,.,,,. 4:C0 lij
bIG 12'io, .ni
i. C:20 )Bi,
WKST BOUND. . . ..
3 WitiR. nm
7 , 11:00 riih
" .12mE sin
"21 7:1'0 ftn
Bl.t .... 4:30 um
Cincinnati Division. ' "-
i l.1C N
10 .'..,... .. .12:25 aft
'" i ..... ,12:25 aJU
1C 12:52 pm
9 1:15 a'tn
15 .' :'35;,ptn
Dally s Dally except Sunday;. "
low York Central Urii
I8IUF0UH ROUTfi J
. - EAST BOUND.-
t a ....... ty .... a. . Ja2j tta Rl
(C .................. .,,.. ii:25 , uoou
10 , 7:22 p. at;
0 10:57 vD. b.
18 11:10 p. iu.
10 5:27 p.m. '
No 10 daily except 'Sunday" A,
WEST BOUND. .'
11 2:38 r. ai.
n : :uvt a. mi
io ,..,..,. ,o:r,5 ....
27. 4..-.l:CS fyM
iZ .,..........,., ,,.7:25 , iu
k .u ' .: -si"
W .a ......,U'(,-W,
.No. C dally except Sunday. V V
All train dally wwt local , vU
oa, C and 10.
Pbone2ta. . v. .,
Effective, Oct. Mta. Jf. -
L. . KEBEHGALIi,
JTor further Imformatlon rttxardlif
.rains, call lnfonnatloa rorater,
Through Detroit and Canada,
Tuesday, July 28, IM8r
Hocking Valley fy.
Parlor Cars on Special
Sleeping Cars on Regu
For further information
see Agents, H, V. Ry, v
' v ..1.1'
1 , a-gg
il-00 Kpund Trip .Iron Mai ion, train
leaves 9:53 a. in..