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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29.1909.
f TO BE THOROUGH
Form of Ballinger Probe Is
JOINT COMMITTEE TO ACT
By This Procedure the Inquiry Re
solves Itself Into One of Federal
Government Versus Secrctaryof the
Interior will Be Backed by Fed
eral Legal Machinery to Compel
Witnesses to Talk Dajzcll Confers
With President Taft.
Washington. Dec. 29. Thcro wcro
Important developments In connec
tion with tho Impending congression
al inquiry into the conduct of the
land office under Secretary of tho In
torior Ballinger, for which Jlr. Bol
linger asked. It became ccrtnln ns a
result of tho acuto stago reached in
tho Bolllngcr-PInchot controversy
that the inquiry will bo much more
comprehensive nnd sweeping than
has been understood. At a Ions con
ference between President Taft nnd
Representative John Dalzell of Penn
sylvania, a mombor of tho committee
on rules, and ono of tho most influ
ential Republican members of tho
houao, it was decided that tho com
mltteo of the senate and tho house,
to consist of six members from each
body, which will lnquiro into the pro
priety of Secretary Balllngor's con
duct while commissioner of the gen
eral land office as well ns head of tho
interior department, will bo created
under a Joint resolution. The com
mittee will tako cognlzanco nlso of
other branches of tho government.
Whllo under a slmplo resolution of
tho senate or house tho investigation
of Mr. Ballinger would bo conducted
only by the body In which such a res
olution originated, and while under a
concurrent resolution the Inquiry
would be broadened to cover both
branches of tho national legislature,
thus making the inquiry purely con
gressional, under a Joint resolution,
tho caso resolves itself into uno of
"the federal government against Sec
retary of the Interior Ballinger."
It was President Taft who not long
ago camo out with a sweeping In
dorsement of Secretary Ballinger,
who now insists that he bo permit
ted to have a share of the responsi
bility of passing on Mr. Bollinger's
conduct. A Joint resolution will ac
complish this, as it must bo signed
by tho president to become effective,
and when ho so signs It will havo nil
tho force and effect of statuto law.
This is Just what is desired by the
administration and congressional
leaders. It Is pointed out thnt if a
witness called before a coramltteo of
one or both houses of congress, under
a slmplo or concurrent resolution of
Inquiry, refused to testify, tho pro
cess of forcing him to tell whnt ho
knew would bo tedious and cumber
some in tho extreme. But a Joint
congress commlttco operating under
a Joint resolution would havo back of
It all tho weight and power of tho
legal machinery of tho United States.
Actor's Wife Secures Divorce.
New York, Dec. 20. Supremo Court
Justice Davis confirmed tho report of
the re'fereo recommending a decree
of divorce for Mrs. Alice McAloon
from William A. McAloon, better
known as Andrew Mack, tho actor.
Mrs. McAloon, .who married tho actor
in 1887 at the Llttlo Church Around
tho Corner, charged him with miscon
duct with May Stevenson, who had
been his leading woman for several
The Modesty of Women
Naturally makes them shrink from the indelicate questions, the ob
. noxious examinations, and unpleasant local treatments, which some
physicians consider essential in the treatment of diseases of women.
jYet, if help can be had, it is better to submit to this ordeal than let
the disease grow and spread. The trouhle is that cn v u
an undergoes all the annoyance and shame for nothing. Thousands
of women who have been cured by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrio-
tion write in appreciation of the cure which rlinnepc ,:u u ..il
.nations and local treatments. There is no other medicine so sure
and safe for delicate women as " FnvnrltY. PrM:n(: t. ..
SSiS. irreSularity and fek weakness. It always helps. , It
"Favorite Prescription" is strictly nonalcoholic, non-secret.
u us inurements
tains nn rttfntrfSnige
. ,.,..,,,,; uruQs, ana every native
medicinal root entering into Its composition has the full en
dorsement of those most eminent in the several schools of
medical practice. .
r? w?ll ll TmT-US and stro,ncst of Professional endorsements of its ingredi
ents will be found in a pamphlet wrapped around the bottle, also in a booklet
mailed to, on request, by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. These profes
sional endorsements should have fnr mo JinUt .k ' 1 t ,se,prouvT
nary lay, of non-professional testimonials.
Ihc most intelligent
medicine instead of opening their mouths like a lot of young bird anc 1 Vulnimr
roS?ioSflteT?r ffCrCi them' "FaVOrite Pcript1on K .o KNOW? com
IOSITIon It makes weak women strong and sick women well.
nciVViC-rC S M,edlc$ Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay ex
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tions ar?h.fd0rcredye cnficJe'ntiaT ' M '
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate and regulate stomach liver and
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Frlends'and Neighbors In
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Get nt tho root of tho trouble
Rubbing an aching back may ro
But It won't euro it.
You must reach tho root of It tho
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They euro too, so Marion people
J. M. Reed, 103 Holmes Street,
Marlon, Ohio, says: "Dean's Kldnoy
Pills which I procured at tho Gem
Pharmacy, proved to be all that is
claimed for them. About six weeks
ago I was seized by an acuto attack
of backache which greatly annoyed
mo when stooping, and in tho morn-
ilng when I first got up, I felt lamo
and sore. Reading about Doan'B
Kidney Pills, I began their uso and
to my delight, ono box gayo mo com
plcto relief. During tho tinio which
nas sinco passed, thcro has been no
recurrence of tho trouble.'
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conts.. Fostcr-MIlburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, solo agents for the United
Remember tho name Doan'a
and take no other.
SHELF IN COURT
Or. Eliot Seeks to Enjoin Circle
New York Dec. 29. Supremo Court
Justlco Nowburgor reserved decision
on tho application of Dr. Charles V.
Eliot and Hubert J. Collier for nn In
junction restraining tho Clrclo Pub
lishing company nnd IS. Milton Jones
from using Dr. Eliot's name In pub
lishing and selling 'a five-foot Bhclf of
books. The Clrclo compnny nn
nounced at the outset of the hearing
that It would not opposo tho Injunc
tion because It had already abrogated
a contract with Jones for tho sale of
Jones' counsel rend his correspond
ence with college presidents concern
ing tho Eliot list. President Welch
of Ohio Wcslcynn wrote that tho Job
of adding to Dr. Eliot's list was too
much for him to undertake. Presi
dent Stone of Purdue said that whllo
ho did not want to criticise Dr. El
lot's selections, ho wouldn't havo
made up ono Just like It, although ho
didn't enro to mako any suggestions.
Dr. Rcmscn of Johns Hopkins said
that the problem was too deep for
In opposing tho Injunction counsel
for Jones said that Dr. Eliot had ded
icated his selections for the live-foot
shelf to tho public, nnd that no ono
publisher was entitled to profit by it.
Ho said also that Jones got tho titles
for the books from tho newspapers.
Fire Wipes Out Town,
nalclgh, N. a, Dec. 29. Tho town
of Roso Hill, N. C., was entirely de
stroyed by flro, which wiped out 31
business houses and practically all
tho dwelling houses. Although neigh
bors nnd relatlvos from a- distanco
are arranging to caro for tho home
less, there has been much suffering
Fort Signs Requisition.
Trenton, N. J., Doc. 29. Governor
Fort signed n requisition upon Gover
nor HughcB for tho oxtradltion of
Mrs. Carollno B. Martin and Mnry
W. Sncad, who wero indicted with
Virginia O. Wardlaw for the murder
of Ocey W. M. Sncad.
Dcin& printed on its bottle-wrapper ,
in hh.v.r i .. ,
- .,.... i uiuii any uijiuuiu or tne ordi-
women now-a-davs imiit on know, w fk.r, .
WANTS COIN TO
Governor Will Ask Legisla
(ure For Appropriation.
IS AT WORK ON MESSAGE
Will Also Recommend Adoption of
Administration Board of Control
For State Institutions and Abolition
of All State Tax Boards and Cre
ation of a New Board Woods to
Revive His Tax and Public Utilities
Columbus, O., Dec. 29. Governor
Harmon Is hard at work on his mes
sage to tho legislature, and has com
pleted tho rough draft of tho docu
ment. The most Important recom
mendations nro for tho passago of
the administration board of control
for state institutions, tho nbollshlng
of all state tax boards and tho crea
tion of a now board, and for nn am
plo appropriation for probing stato
offices nnd departments.
Speaker Mooney has returned to
Columbus from Ashtabula. Ho thinks
the session will last four months nnd
said that tho appropriations would bo
for but ono year, thcro bolng omo
question as to tho right of tho gen
eral assembly to appropriate for a
period beyond Its ofllclal life. Ho said
that there would bo somo revenuo
bills introduced, ono proposing a tax
on Inheritances. He thought more
money would bo raised by increasing
tho stato automobile tax, making it
graduated and based on horsepower,
tho maximum not to exceed $25.
Representative Woods of Mcdlnn
will again Introduce his tax and pub
lic utilities bill. This Is not n rovo
nue, but rather a reform taxation
measure. It seeks to do away with
taxing boards and instead havo one
board, and provides for n system of
examination of records of public util
ities companies to seo they mnko
proper returns of their business on
which their taxes aro based.
Speaker Mooney knows of no ar
rangements of nny caucus meetings
on part of tho Republicans, and does
not see need for any.
Mind Gives Way In Court.
Whlto Plains, N. Y Dec. 29. An
exciting sceno was created in tho su
premo court nt Whlto Plains in the
trial before Juctlco Morschauscr of
tho separation Hult brought by Mrs.
Mary R. Mitchell of Wapplngcrs
Falls against her husband, Robert J.
Mitchell, when Mrs. Mitchell sudden
ly collapsed nnd fell to tho floor In a
faint, and upon being revived scream
ed out that "everybody was against
her and that thcro was a conbplracy
to steal her child." Dr. Myer told the
Judgo that her mind had glvin way
under tho strain and that slio would
tin unable to en nn with thn suit.
Woodchopper Proves Real Hero.
Pittallcld, Mnss., Dec. 29. By car
rying his brother John four miles
down Washington mountain, in al
most zero weather, wndlng through
two feet of snow and flve-fcot drifts,
Frank Thomas, a woodchopor, saved
the llfo of his brother, who was seri
ously cut by an ax.
Take Parting Kick at Cook.
London, Dec. 29. Tho Copenhagen
correspondent of tho Dnlly Mall says
that Dr. Cook's records, maps and
other polar matorlal aro still In pos
session of tho university, but It is re
ported that they will soon bo re
moved to tho criminal museum at po
- BUCKEYE BRIEfS
Items of Interest to People In All
Parts of Ohio. , ,
Ice Threatens Navigation.
Cincinnati, 0., Dec. 29. Tho river
is gorged with ico at two points bo
low Cincinnati, and unless warmer
weather seta in and causes a break,
millions of dollars' worth of floating
property along tho river In this vicin
ity will be in gravo danger. Tho ef
fect of tho two gorgcB is already bo
lng felt in tho harbor by a rise of
sovcral inches in tho river.
Paid to Murder Italian.
Sandusky, O., Dec. 29. Mystery
Burroundlng tho killing of Agosta
Dcma, a leader in tho largo Italian
colony here, has been cleared up by
Frank Donah, who Bald ho had com
mitted tho murder for $400. This
sum, ho said, was paid him by Jim
Primer, another Italian, who Bonah
explained wnnted to marry tho vic
Greets Wife With Bullet.
Alliance O., Dec. 29. William
Graves, a colored porter, shot and
killed his wife, Susan. Sho had Just
returned from a visit to Lorain and
Graves accused her of being unfaith
ful to him. After tho shooting ho
went to tho barber shop where ho
wa3 employed and calmly awaited
the coming of tho police. He f.dmlts
tho killing, but says ho believes it
Denman Demands Namos.
Columbus, O., Dec. 29. Attorney
General Denman has written to tho
independent telcphono companies of
Ohio, which rccontly sold their
plants, giving them until Jan. 1 to
glvo him tho names of tho real pur
chasers of their properties. Ho gives
no intimation in tho letter ns to what
action ho wilt tako if satisfactory an
swers aro not rocolved, simply saying
that ho is "investigating."
Anderson Boosts Sunday Ball.
Youngstown, O., Dec. 29. Ropro
scntatlvo Randall Anderson of Ma
honing county is prepared to mako
his second fight for a Sunday baso
bnl) referendum law in the stato leg
islature, which convenes noxt Mon
day. Tho mcasuro provides that cities
shall dccldo whether they want Sun
day baseball and whether brought bo
fore tho body by a petition of tho
olcctors. Mr. Anderson has tho nctlvo
support of officials in Columbus, Cin
cinnati and Toledo, nnd Is confident
that the bill will pass.
DEATH BEATS PROPHECY
Woman Dies Five Days Before Time
Predicted In Dream.
Wllkosbarrc, Pa., Dec. 29. Mrs.
Belllnda 'Ellston of Ashley two weeks
ago had a dream In which her hus
band, dend many years ago, appeared,
before her and, after gazing at hor
for somo time with a, Had look on his
faco, mado tho straugo announce
ment "You will llvp .until you aro C2
years, 5 months and 17 days old."
So vivid was the dream and so pro
found an Impression did It mnko that
she said sho was convinced it was
going to coino true 8ho remained
In good health, however, and was In
her usual good spirits when sho re
tired. Soon after midnight sho was
stricken with npoploxy, cnlled for
help, and died In, a fow mlnut-.'s. Hor
death camo llvo days short of the
Cook Not In Michigan.
Detroit, Dec. 29. A diligent search
by newspaper men has failed to lo
cato Dr. Cook In this city. When n
report reached hero that tho exploror
had taken a tram from London, Ont
to Detroit, It was thought he might
bo on his way to Mt. Clemens to take
tho baths, or to Jackson, Mich.
STUDENT SUCCUMBS TO WORK
Cincinnati Woman Finds Son In Mas
Boston, Dec. 29. To savo hor son,
a Harvard student, who broke down
whllo working his way through col
lego, from spondlng tho rest of his
dnya In tho Worcester Insane asylum,
tho mother of Roland P. Burncs, Har
vard '10, will nppoal to the state
hoard of Insanity that sho bo allowed
to take hlra home with her to Cin
cinnati. Tho mother's search for hor son
bogan on Christmas day. Sho had
heard that hU health was falling nnd
czxes to Caubihlgo to chcor him up
on that day. When she arrived nt
Sumnor hall sho learned that tho boy
disappeared tho day before, after
spending tho night reading In his
room. Mrs. W. II. Taunton, who
manages tho apartments, told tho
mother somo facts that the boy had
suppressed out of pride. Sho told hor
how he had gono up till now without
an overcoat, how ho starved himself
and worked day nnd night so '.hnt he
uugni no auie to llnlsii Ms courso
with his clnss this year. Then Mrs.
Burns started on a hunt for tho boy.
At Pemberton square sho was told
that a young man answering tho do
Berlptlon of hor son hnd been sent to
tho Worcester lnsano hospital two
WOMAN IS TRUE TO CAUSE
Mrs. Bryce Will Not Help Her Hus
band Retain Seat In Commons.
Now York, Dee. 29. Mrs. Anna
Bryce, In whoso honor Mrs. Martin
Ltttloton will give a auffrngo lunch
eon today, has 'dccldod that sho will
not return to Scotland In tlmo to help
her husband win tho Inverness seat
at the January election,
''My position In a somowhnt embar
rassing ono," sho sajd. ''I havo been
a strong Liboral sinco I was 18 yoars
old, and I havo always takon a prom
inent part in M'r. Dryco's campaigns.
Of courao I want him to get in this
year, but I can not work for him as
bos been my custom. I feel that to
do so would not Ira consistent with
tho loyalty which I feel toward tho
causo of woman sutfraco."
Conference Is Called' For
Next Saturday. . v
BOTH SIDES CONCILIATORY
Estrada Agrees to Talk It Over With
' Representatives of Madrlz Govern
ment, but Continues His Opposition
to Present Regime Knox Is With
Him on This Proposition and Will
1 Move For Election Throughout the
Washington, Dec. 29. Poaco in
Nicaragua may bo restored at a con
forenco to bo held on noxt Saturday
between tho insurgents and represen
tatives of tho Madrlz faction, now in
control of tho government nt Mana
gua. Both sides appear to bo in a
conciliatory spirit. Tho United Spates
would bo glad to bring about poaco
If such a result can be accomplished
without yielding any of tho prlnclploa
Insisted on by Secretary Knox. Whllo
both sides to tho dlsputo in Nicara
gua aro in fvor of peace, General
Juan J. Estrada, tho president of tho
provisional government nnd tho load
er of tho insurgent nrmy, Is not
willing to rccognlzo tho Madrlz gov
ernment. In this position ho Is sup
ported by tho United States.
Not only tho two parties in Nicara
gua, hut also tho United "States aro
in favor of new elections to choose a
president, and it io bclloved somo
common agreement bctweon tho Es
trada and Madrlz factions can bo ar
ranged on this basis. Whllo tho de
tails havo not been arranged, it is
probable tho United States will tako
some action to guarantco tho impar
tiality of tho elections in caso an
agreement Is reachod to hold them.
This will bo done probably by sta
tioning "watchers" at tho various
polling places In tho country, as was
dpno In tho republic of Pannma last
year. Thcro will bo probably a ces
sation of hostilities until tho pcaco
Asks Legislature to Define Policy
Columbus, O., Dec. 29. How to
really reach tho trusts and break up
monopolies, how to recover tho ?7G,
000 pnld for codifying tho Ohio laws,
how to prevent banks being wrecked
by speculative officers, how to stop
Jugglery of lnsuranco compnny books
theso and other things aro tojd tho
legislature by Attorney Genernl Don
man in his annual roport filed with
Governor Harmon, in addition to tho
recommendations for placing insol
vent banks and insurnnco companies
in chargo of stato departments that
wore announced in advonco of tho
completion of tho report.
As tho state's legal officer, who in
prosecutions of monopolists must uso
tho tools furnished him by tho legis
lature in tho shapo of laws, Denman
urges tho legislature to overhaul the
antitrust statutes. Ho asks that tho
lawmakers start at tho bottom by de
claring a stato policy as regards com
binations and trusts. Ho says thoro
may be somo fow things which may
bo hotter dono under a slnglo man
agement, but as. to tho vast hulk of
business activities, monopolies aro
against public interest. Let tho legis
lature say what shall bo tho stato's
attitudo toward combinations, ho
urges, and then proceed to enact laws
which will really punish nnd there-
ioro wm Biop illegal -DUBinesa prac
He has found tho much-vaunted
Valontlno anti-trust act of 1890 a
looso and inofflclont affair, as com
pared with tho Sherman anti-trust
law. Its provision for ousting a cor
poration from its charter is no pun
ishment, ns tho stockholders may at
onco reorganlzo under a now charter.
Tho provision for a limited ouster
from tho right to ropoat acta proven
In court to bo illegal, such ropotltldn
then becoming contempt of court
punlshablo by' unlimited imprison
ment or flno at tho pleasure of tho
court, ho consldors a proforablo
method of procedure
Purthor, ho wants speedier notion
in trust coses. Tho stato'fl caso
against ho StandardOllcompany was
begun in 190C nnd tho caso against
tho Hocking Valley company in 1Q03,
and both aro still in tho circuit court.
. New Senator Has History.
Jackson, Miss., Doc. 29. Sought at
ono time by Jho fodoral authorities
under a $10,000 reward for hlB cap
ture, dead or allvo, for his alloged
conspiracy in tho murder of n presi
dent of tho United States, and now
appointed as a member of tho loglsla
tlvo body of that country, is tho, ex
perience of Colonel James qordqn,
who has boon named by Governor
Nool ns successor to tho lato Senator
A. J. Mcl.aurjn,....... .,
Seek Woman's 8layer.
Denver, Colo,, Doc. 29. Tho body
of Mrs. Bollo Rup, wife of a railroad
employe, wao found in tho Platte
river aud the police aro searching for
n negro whoin they Buspect is her
elaycr, Tho woman's head had been
smashed by a heavy piece of slag,
WHISKY SALES BREAK RECORD
i i H
Eyanovllle Does Rushing Business
With Nearby1 Dry Spots.
Bvansvllle, Ind Doc. 29. Whisky
Bold by tho 37 wholesale houses in
Evansvlllo for tho 10 days preceding
Christmas nmounted to over $600,000,
according to tho estimates of tho
wholesale men. Wholesalers said
that tho sales broko all records and
that In many stores tho clerks woro
worked night and day to got out pack
ages. Express wagons wcro loaded
down and the drivers wero forced to
A great many of tho Jugs and bot
tles sent out woro consigned to tho
dry spoU In Tcnncssco and Ken
tucky. Over COO men and boys wero
employed by tho wholesale hoilBcs in
getting out their wet goods One of
tho firms had GO girls at work for
two weeks before Christmas and they
wore kept busy bottling tho whisky
and netting It ready for. shipment.
THE MEAT Of -IT
Heavy rains havo caused consider
able delay in work on tho Panama
Georgo A, Capron, cnshlor of tho
United States Express company nt
Englowood, 111., and $20,000 of tho
company's money disappeared at tho
William J. Emerson, a Columbus
(O.) invalid, drank carbolic ncld by
mistake for gin nnd died in great
Pour minors wcro killed in nn ex
plosion in a mlno at Ccntralla, 111.
Doctors at Lisbon, O., havo extract
cd a ncedlo from tho body of Joseph
Hnldeman which ho swallowed GO
Former United States Senator Rob
erts of Wyoming died nt Los Angeles,
Twenty persons wcro Injured in the
derailment of a passenger train near
Camden, N. J. .
FATE Of CREW IN DOUBT
Waterlogged Derelict Sighted Near
Cape Henry by English Ship.
Norfolk, Va., Dcc.N 29. Wrecked,
waterlogged nnd abandoned by mas
tor and crow, tho thrco-masted
schoonor Nettle Champion, which
sailed from Norfolk for Now York on
Dec. 21 with a cargo' of lumber, was
sighted 3fT miles southeast of Capo
Henry by Captain Dunn of the Brit
ish steamship Radiance.
The fnto of tho crow of tho Cham
pion, which was composed of Captain
Lloyd and perhaps flvo men, Is as yet
unknown. They evidently took to the
yawlbont to savo thomselvus, as the
stern davits of the schooner wcro
turned out and tho blocks and tacklo
woro Bwlnglng near tho water, mak
ing It evident that the boat had been
CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS WIN
Secure Entrance of One-Legged Cook
Imported For Mrs. Eddy.
Boston, Dec. 29. Absent treatment,
or something of tho sort, applied by
prominent Christian Scientists of
Boston upon tho authorities nt Wash
ington, has secured tho rolcnso of
Mrs. Mary B. Ettlngor, tho one-legged
cook, who arrived in Boston a fow
woeks ago and was detained by the
Immigration authorities. Then ft was
rumored that she had como to Boston
to become a cook in tho household of
Mrs. Mnry Baker Eddy at Chestnut
Hill. This was denied, but it is snld
that Christian. Scientists got busy
and, after appealing in vain to the
Doston Immigration authorities to se
cure Mrs. Ettlngor's rcloaso, applied
to headquarters In Washington, nnd
tho cook's rcleaso camo.'
Americans Sentenced In Paris.
Paris, Dec. 29. Tho correctional
tribunal sentenced Horbort Clarke
and Jennnette Valller, Americans, to
four years' Imprisonment each and to
oxpuUlon from tho country for llvo
yoars, for robbing n member of tho
Marries His Supposed Daughter.
Boston, Dec. 29. William II. Chad
wick of Boston, a retired carriage
manufacturer, was married at hlR
'summer residence In Boachmont to
Miss Llna V. Chadwlck, who wus sup
posed by tho acquaintances of tho
family to be his daughter. Tho bride
was taken Into tho homo of Mr. Cllnd.
wick when aha was an infant, nnd
was reared by tho first Mrs. Chad
wlck as a daughtor. It was known to
but a fow relntlves that tho young
woman wnn not tlmlr own child.
General Strike Threatened.
St. Paul, Dec. 29. Contrary to gen
ornl oxpoctatlons, developments in
tho controversy botweon tho railroads
of tho northwest and tho striking
switchmen, instead of resulting in an
amlcablo settlement of tho strllto, re
sulted In a wider breach than over.
Not only havo tho switchmen declar
ed all negotiations with the railroads
terminated, but tho labor leaders say
that thoro is a strong possibility of a
goncral strlko by all of tho allied or
ders belonging to tho railway branch
of tho Amnrlcn,nFeilflr,atln.a of kahnr
Discovers Cause of Aurora Borealls,
Boston, Dec. 20. Neon, a nowly
discovered gaa, is tho causo of the
aurora borealls according to n state
ment mado by Dr. W. I Dudley, head
of tho department of chomlstrj; at
Vandorbllt university of Nnshvllo,
Tonn., boforo tho division of physical
and Inorganlo chomlsts, in session
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iy caso of Catarrh that cannot be
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, me unnorsipnod, nave known
J. .Chcnov for tho last fifteen yearn, i
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J;...ii.v ""r I'Tieciiy nonorauie in all
business transactions and financially
by hls mS? Ut a"y ob"ffat4ons raRa
WALDINO?'k1NNAN & MARVIN
Tr-ii.iVS0iMal? DWlstB, Toledo, O.
.J.1!11 "i,Cft,P.rrb CurSls taken Internally
acting directly upon the blood, and muo
qua nurfaccs of the system, Tostlmon-
wS ?ni !ree; iPr' Wo per bottle. Bold
by all drbgalsts.
Take llali'a ir&mllv nlllo n, .until.
l.ll.... ft " ". "r.- ."" y.""i "'M
honorable In all
Buys abig"LIN:OllN" oft
coal heater (with 19-inch'
Immediately after eating, tho Chl
ncso rinses his mouth out with h,ot
water nnd tho hands and faco aro
wiped with a hot, wot napkin.
MEN & WOMEN1
rt. III. n for nnnataru
A I.JTh . In4nmmallani
I Iwltatlnna Bf HlMr&tlOIll O
rmacoua membrane. Wlnltn.
rin.v.ntM nnt tt trlotar.
I frerenti oanUglos.
or In plata wrrpr, yirrtj
uirvuias mvutt WU .IH-0"1
kTh Brans Gaeaiotl w.1
p. m.; 12:20 a. m.; 6:10 p. m. Logan i
to Marion only.
South 5:45 a. m.; 7:20 a. m.
io:i& a. m.; 'J-.35 p. m. .7.16 p. nvg
Dally oxcopt Sunday.
Eastbouml 9:25 a, m.; 12:25 noon?
7:22 p. m.; 10:'57 p. m.; 11:10 p. m.;
527 p. m.
Westbound 2:38 , m 6:53 a. m.;
v.ub a. m.; i:bt p. m.; ,7:at p. m.
4:27 p. m.
Chicago & jenne
west 10:25 a. m.; 1:64 p. m.j
12:32 a. m.; 14:40 p. ra.; aJUO a.
East 5:18 a. m.; 6:50 a. m.; 12:40
p. m.; 5.20 p. m.; 6:12 p. m.; 11:48
Dally except Sunday. 1 runa to
Lima only. a, runs to Huntington
only. runs Huntington to Marlon
Southwest 10:27 a. m.; 4:10 p. n.;
12:45 a, m.
East 12:53 p. m.; 12:01' a. m,;
6:20 p. zn.
Northbound 12:10 p. m.; 6:25 p.
m.; 17:55 p. m.
Southbound al0:ll a. m.; 7.10
Dally oxcopt Sunday. I Sunday on
O , D & Jf. ELECTRIC.
South Cars loavo evory hour for
Columbus from 6 a. m. to 9 p, m. and
till 11 p. m. for Dolawaro, excepting
tho car which leaves at 10:15 a. m.
'North Cars loavo Columbua on
tho half hour from 6: SO a. m. till
7:30 p. m. Tho last car leaves at
8:40 p. m.
O. Jf. & B. ELECTRIC.
North Cars Icavo Marlon for Bu
cyrus at C, 8, 10 a. m 12 m., 2, 4,
and 8 p. m.
South Cars arrive from . Bucyrus
at 7:55, 9:65 and 11:55 a. m.; 1:55.
3:65. 6.55. 7:65 and !6f p. ra.
and NEW YEARS
One and one-half fare between
December 24, 25, 31
and January 1,
Good returning until January
May be easily an anged;
if you will consul! an
agent of the
Hocking Valley Ry.
who will cheer fully give
you full Information as
to the lowest fares, train,
time se rvice, etc., for
Mr. L. E. NEBERCALL, Agent
fxZTO-NIGHT , 1
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