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HAS NEW CURE
I FOB TRUST EVIL
Walker Advises Revision of
Representative of Federal Bureau of
Corporations, In Address Beforo
New York Chambr of Commerce,
Outlines Alternative Course by
Limiting Corporation Dividends by
Imposition of Tax Upon Profits Ex
ceedlng Fixed Per Cent on Capital.
New York, Dec. 31. Francis M.
.Walker of tho bureau of corporations
'In Washington, addressing the cham
ber of commerce, said that In his
opinion the only permanent and suc
cessful solution of the trust problem
I lay In a revision of the constitution
a revision which would place in the
i hands of tho federal government more
power of supervision nnd of punish
I meat over great combinations of cap
ital. Ho outlined further, In tho
'course of his address, which was on
"Tho Causo and Remedy of Trusts,"
'an alternative courqo of trust regula
tion, which was tho limitation of
trust profits by the Imposition of a
tax upon profits exceeding a hxed per
tccnt of tho net investment.
In discussing tho causes for tho re
jcpnt economic phenomena designated
under the sweoping term of trusts,
JMr. Walker cited as tho most prolific
and tho most demoralizing, favor
itism, which exhibited itself particu
larly in tho railroad 'rebate or special
"This is ono of tho causes which
should bo attacked in tho first In-
(Btanco," said ho, "by prohibitory leg
islatlonanddrastic penalties. In order
to make such lcglslat' effective, tho
most thorough supcnislon is ncccs
lsary, including tho power to oxamlne
books and papers, both of tho trans
portation companies and shippers.
"Unfair competition may bo the
Icause for the formation of a raonoply
as well as tho means of maintaining
tit. This term Is clastic and includes
la variety of practices, which may oc
cur under a competitive ns woll as a
monopolistic system. Hero again
.criminal legislation would do much to
Jcnd tho abuse. A prohibition of lo
cal prlco-cutting, or of exclusive con
tracts, in certain cases, or of bogus
'independent, companies, all seem fca
.elblo from tho legal standpoint."
Tho speaker went on to outllno the
typo of monopolies which owed their
'.existence to superior cfflclency a
cause which, ho said, could not bo
Jcountered fairly by criminal legisla
tion. Such a monopoly duo to such a
jcauso should "be put under scientific
observation ns pn economic curios-
Uty." The corporation laws of the
(various states are in themselves
strong factors in tho trust problem,
Tho speaker digressed to interpo
late his suggestion of rovislon of the
constitution as tho only permanent
remedy for trust excesses. Then ho
took up in detail an analysis of rem-
cdlcs suggested along purely eco
TRIAL DIVUKU UKANItU
Indiana Judge Establishes Precedent
In Matrimonial Troubles,
i Chicago, Doc. 31. Can a court
grant a "trial" divorce effective for
only a limited number of years? This
'is tho question countless Chicago
Jurists and lawyers aro asking each
other, following tho granting of such
a decree to Mrs. William Woholn of
LIIammond, Ind., by Judgo Virgil S.
meter of tho Lako county superior
Tho Woholes wero divorced for a
'period of five years, after which tlmo
thoy can live together if they so do
ielre. If during that tlmo they should
make up nnd wish to bo romarrled,
they would" have to wait until tho nvo
'years have expired.
Dr. Pierce's Common
No man is stronger than his stomach. Make your stomach strong and you thereby
fortify your system against the attacks of a long list of diseases which originate in the
stomach and must be reached, if at all through the stomach. Thus torpid, or lazy
liver, biliousness, dyspepsia, impure blood and various skin affections originate in
weak stomach and consequent poor nutrition. The same is true of certain bronchial,
throat and lung affections.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
Strengthens the stomach, invigorates the liver, purifies
the blood making it rich, red and vitalizing and thereby
curing the above and kindred affections.
It's foolish and often dangerous to experiment with
upon the afflicted as "just as good" or better than
Behind Or, Pierca'a Medicines
i Btnds the Invalids' Hotel and Sar-
glcal Institute, at Butfalo, thor-
tughly equipped and with a Stat
fof Skilled Specialists to treat the
mora dlttieult cases ot Chronla
diseases whether requiring Med-
( icaj or Sareical skill lor their
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JNVAUDS- GUIDE BOOK.
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MIKADO WANTS NEW DEAL
Seeks Abrogation of Present Treaty
Year Ahead of Time.
Washington, Dec. 31. In official cir
cles hero it Is stated that Daron Uchl
da, the new Japanese ambassador, has
come to tho United States with ono
special purpose in view that of nego
tiating a now treaty in conformance
with tne desires of tho mikado. With
in a short time California and her
light to segregate Japancso public
school pupils with Chinese, Koreans
and other orientals In special schools,
will probably bo again in tho lime
light. Japan wishes the present treaty,
which expires on July 17, 1012, abro
gated a year beforo that time, and a
new agreement made. This haste has
for Its purposo tho balking of the
Callfornlan opponents of tho Japa
nese. Before 1912 drastic exclusion
and segregation action might bo tak
en on the coast.
JUDGE COMMENTS ON
Had Admitted Prejudice Against
Now York. Dec. 31. Tho appellntc
division of tho supremo court nlllrm
cd the conviction nnd $5,000 lino of
tho Star company, publishers of tho
Now York American "for publishing
a libel accusing John D. Ilockefeller,
Jr., of peonage." Tho defendant com
plained that its challcngo to cno of
tho Jurors was Improperly ocrruled.
Justice Scott says that the Juror's
chief defect appeared to be "that ho
wns too intelligent nnd conscien
tious." The Juror said ho was preju
diced against the Hearst newspapers.
The other contention on which tho
defendnnt bnsed its nppoal was that
"being a corporation, haUng neither
soul, conscience, mind nor feeling, It
is Incapable of entertaining a mis
chlovous nnd malicious intent, which
Is nn essential clement In ciimlnal
Jusllco Toall nays It was generally
considered nt one time that a corpo
ration wns Incapable of committing a
crime, but thnt by "slow degrees and
following upon tho extension of tho
practlco of organizing corporations
for the purposo of avoiding tho pen
alties of Illegal acts, the courts have
reached a different conclusion. Wo
find no dlfllculty, therefore. In hold
ing that n corporation may bo Indict
ed for and convicted of tho crimo of
criml'.l libel, tho evil Intent of its
ocent being nttrlbutablo to it."
TAWNEY PACES WARM EIGHT
Cannon's Friend Denounced at Min
nesota Love Feast.
Owntonna, Minn., Doc. 31. Thai
there is going to be a big light
against Congressman James H. Taw
ney in his next campaign for con
gress Is tho belief following a "lovo
fast" banquet here, during which tho
ally of Cannon was unsparingly de
nounced to his face. Tho denuncia
tion was uttered by Thomas Kelly of
Owatonna, who is expected to opposo
Tawney for tho Republican nomina
tion. "As far as I am concerned," said
Kelly, "this meeting is no lovo feast
betweon Jim Tawney nnd me."
Kelly then drew from his pocket a
typewritten record of Tawnoy's con
gressional career nnd proceeded with
apparent delight to rip tho Intended
"harmony" to slivers. Tawney, ho
said, had openly misrepresented tho
pcoplo of tho First district. Tawney,
although present, mndo no rcnlv.
Ray Lamphere Is Dead.
Michigan City, Ind., Dec. 31. Ray
T.amphoro, convicted of arson In tho
famous Gunness enso, died in prison
liorc, death being due to consumption.
sometimes must tnat lie Knows wnat tne prottered substitute is made of, but you
don't and it is decidedly lor your interest that you should know what you arc taking
into your stomach and system expecting it to act as a curative. To him its only a
difference of profit. Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery.. If not promptly supplied trade elsewhere.
Send 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only on a free copy of Dr.
Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, cloth-bound. Address:
World's Uispensary Medical
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THE MARION DAllY
BRIEF JS FILED
Wickersham Announces His
Line of Attack.
WILL APPEAR IN COURT
Government Contends That American
Tobacco Company Controls Leading
Brands of Manufactured Tobacco
and Through the Practice of Duress
and Wicked Methods Has Retired
Many Prosperous Concerns From
Field of Competition.
Washington, Dec. 31. In a brief of
2G8 printed pages, Attorney General
Wickersham and his special assist
ant, J. C. Mcllcynolds, disclosed tho
lino of attack which will bo mado on
tho American Tobacco company when
tho case ngalnst it under tho anti
trust law comes up for argument on
appeal in tho United States supremo
court on Monday.
Attorney General Wickersham will
appear for tho first tlmo In the argu
ments next week, In tho rolo of at
tacking the trusts. It will bo his
first great anti-trust argument. Tho
proceeding Is against tho American
Tobacco company, its ofllccrs, dlrcc-
GEORGE W. WICKERSHAM.
Who Will Mako Ills First AppVaranco
Against Trust In Tobacco Suit,
tors and nfllllatcd corporations, and
seeks "to prevent and restrain" mo
nopolies and, restraints of commerco
in tobacco and related commodities
In violation of tho Sherman act nnd
certain provisions of tho Wilson tariff
Tho government contends that tho
trust has acquired much of tho load
ing brands of manufactured tobacco
and absolutely controls their distribu
tion. Tho products of its business
aro sold through an army of repre
sentatives operating throughout tho
country who roport to a central pfllco,
which is kept advised of conditions
In every locality.
Ton million dollars was exponded
In advertising nnd distributing free
goods by tho trust In 190C. "Through
covenants many owners and man
agers of successful concerns havo
been retired from tho trado, and pos
sible competition from them," says
tho brief. "Tho defendants 'havo
persistently exorcised duress, have
practiced wicked nnd unfair methods
nnd utcd their great power in oppres-
bUo wayB; and they havo been actu
nted by tho purposo to dostroy com
petition and obtain monopoly. Com
petitors havo gradually disappeared
and tho combination, now strongly
entrenched, unduly restricted tho
business of those tn tho trado and
prevents others from entering."
Women Change Prisons.
Now York, Dec. 31. Mrs. Caroline
Martin and Mrs. Mary Snead, sho
nro undor indictment in East Orango,
N, J., n connection with tho death of
Mrs. Ocey Snead, woio transferred
from the Tombs prison to tho Jail nt
Newark, whero they vvlll remain until
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sense Health Talks
new or but slightly tested medicines sometimes urged
"Golden Medical Discovery." The dishonest dealer
Association, R. V. Pierce, M.
icia rcguiaic mm strcuguicn oiuuiauu, i.iver ana cowcis
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afrRROftF-foiPAV, DECEMBER, 31, 1909.
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rllntnry known. I ft me bottle 81.01
ample 10. Nnd lor booitlet nre. a
Madame Josephine Le Fevre,
laoit Cbctnt Nt.. rhlladiwra. A.
Sold by Dumble Pharmacy and tn
Hebmidt Co. Pharmacy.
CHALLENGES SENATOR DICK
O. C. Darber Wants to Debate Lat
tor's Vote on Tariff Bill.
Akron, O., Dec. 31. -Ohio C. Har
bor, millionaire match king, Issued n
challenge to Senator Charles Dick of
fering to pay all expenses of n public
debate in this city or In Wnshlngton
on Senator Dick's fitness to bo re
turned to tho senate. Senator Dick
has not responded as yet. llarbor as
serts in his challcngo thnt tho sena
tor's votes on tho tariff bill and his
nttltudo on railroad legislation make
questionable his right to ask rc-olec-tion.
The senator announced his Inten
tion to circulate petition asking a
stntewldo primary to chooso tho Re
publican senatorial candidate, at tho
samo time praising Senator Aldrlch
and declaring ho would not nltor his
voto on tho tariff schedules it ho
could. Dick collected thousands of
dollars in back taxes from Barber
when Dick was auditor of Summit
county, 15 years ago.
KIMBALL'S CALL ON
State Department Did Not Au
thorize Admiral to Act.
Washington, Doc. 3t.It was said
at tho state department that Roar Ad
mlrnl W. W. Kimball, commanding
ofllcor of tho naval forco at Corlnto,
who sovcral days ago called on Scnor
Jose Mudrlz, president of Nicaragua,
did so on his own Initiative and not
ns n result of instructions from tho
department. His call was purely for
mal nnd had no political significance,
lt wns explained. It was denied both
nt tho state nnd navy departments
that ho will bo asked to explain tho
reasons for his visit.
Tho stnto department has received
no confirmation of tho reported recog
nition of tho Mndrlz government by
Moxlco, Honduras, Salvador and Cos
ta Rica. Ofllccrs of tho department
doubt tho authenticity of theso ro
ports. No Important dispatches bear
ing on tho situation wero received
at tho department.
LAWYER DESCRIBES OWN DEATH
Leaves Chart Telling of Sensations
as End Approaches.
Kalamazoo, Mich., Dec. 31. When
ho failed to make an nppcaranco in
court to try a caso thnt ho was sched
uled to nppcnr In, an attorney went
to tho ofllco of William Lubby, a well
known lnwyor, nnd found him dead,
and on his desk was a chart in which
ho described tho npproach of tho end.
Tho chart, which was started Wed
nesday afternoon, said: "I am not
fooling woll. At noon I took modi
clno for my heart," is tho first nota
tion. "I nm taking medlclno ovory
two hours." "At 4:20 my condition
docs not improve. Am still taking my
medicine." "I must have been asleep
the last two hours, I do not remem
ber," wroto Lubby shortly after 7
o'clock. "I am altornnting pellets.'
At 0 o'clock ho wroto: "I am not
feeling ns easy."
During the next sovcral hours tlicro
is no mention of his condition, tfi
o'clock In the morning ho wroto tho
following: "Cold; I know my condi
tion Is serious. It Is hard to brcatho.
I am" and thoro tho noto ended.
Believe Girl a Suicide.
Now York, Dec. 31. From letters
received by Robert Dulst lt Is bcllov
cd that bin granddaughter and sole
heir, Miss Roberta DoJnnon, 1C, who
disappeared last Wednesday, has
committed sulcldo. Mr. Dulst, who
is a mllllonnlro seed merchant, caused
warrants to bo Iss'ied for tho urrcst
of Frederick Cohn, a waiter, who
dlaTca.cd ht tjio ynmo tlmo, charg
ing 1.1m vl'Si adduction.
D., Pres., Buffalo, N.Y.
HUGGINS MUM .
Columbus Attorney Denies
Being Called By Taft.
ADMITS VISIT TO CAPITAL
Declares Interview Was Neither Prl
vate Nor Public, but 8ays He
Ought Not Divulge Its Nature.
Has Not Changed His Opinion of
Cannon and Aldrlch and Is as Full
of Fight as Ever, Is the Assertion
Columbus. O.. Doc. 31. "It la not
truo thnt Prcsldont Taft has called
mo off from my attack on Cnnnonism
and Aldrlchlsm," said E. N. Hlgglns,
Columbus attornoy, who recently
sprang into national prominence by
his bitter denunciation of Cdnnon and
Aldrlch nnd his fervid nppcal to Re
publicans of Ohio to rclcgnto to tho
scrap pllo nil Uuckoyo congressmen
who stand for tho Cannon and Al
"I had nn hour and a half conver
sation with tho president. Wo talked
about thing sthat a preceptor nnd his
former pupil naturally would talk
about. Hut I can not say Just exact
ly what wo talked about. I ought not
to do It," said Mr. Hugglns.
"Was Cannon under consideration
between you nnd thd president?" "I
ought not to say," Mr. Hugglns ro
pllcd. "Well, if you did not discuss Can
non, did you talk about 'tho Isms,'
tho Cannonlsm nnd tho Aldrlchlsm of
tho houso nnd tho scnato In Wash
ington?" "Well," snld Mr. Hugglns, "It I re
member rightly Cannon's namo was
mentioned and so wnp Aldrlch's
name. Dut Just what wo said I ought
not to relate. Tho conversation, how
over, was not strictly private, nor
was lt entlroly public. The president
nnd I chnttcd for an hour and n half
nud wo talked of many and various
"Do you still stnnd by your original
broadside against Cannonlsm nnd Al
"Of course I do," Mr. Hugglns re
plied. "Everything I said still stands
nnd I nm ns much In earnest now as
I ever was." t
"Going to flro any more broadsides?"
"I can not say as to that," Mr. Hug
glns ropllcd. "I may havo something
to say later."
"Will you mako public a detailed
statement of your conforonco with
tho president?" "No," replied Mr.
Hugglns, "I do not Intend to glvo out
any statement on that Hiibject."
"Havo you llnod up Congressman
Taylor or tho Twelfth district?" "Not
yet," replied Mr. Hugglns. "I under
stand, though, that Mr. Tayor Is go
ing to glvo out a statement soon."
"You aro sure tho president ha3
not called you oft?" "Oh, no," nn-
swered Mr. Hugglns, smilingly. "But
I can't talk In detail about our con-
HAS E00T ON COLUMBUS LID
Incoming City Administration Con
templates Dry Sunday.
Columbus, O., Dec. 31. From pres
ent Indications Columbus will bo dry
ns Sahara desort as far ns liquid re
freshments nro concerned noxt Sun
day. It is currently reported that
Mayor-elect Marshall, who will tako
up tho reigns of city government at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning, already
has his foot on tho ltd and thnt at
midnight Saturday- will clamp it on
tight. It Is known that members of
tho Liberal lcaguo havo boon busy
tho past fow days advising saloon
kcopors who aro membors of that or
ganization to obey tho midnight and
Sunday closing laws to jtko letter,
and thereby savo themselves unpleas
ant experiences in tho pollco court.
Several woll-known thirst parlor
proprietors havo announced that if
they rccelvo posltlvo ordora from tho
now dxccutlvo to closo their places of
business on tho stroko of 12 Saturday
night and keep them closed airtight
until Monday morning, thoy will oboy
tho order, hut that in tho absonco ot
definito Instructions thoy will con
tinue to doJ)iislnesBtvsai.prcsont.
FIVE FREEZE TO DEATH
Chicago Experiences Coldest Day of
Chicago, Doc. 31. Tho temperature
dropped to soven degrees below zero,
making tho coldest day of tho pres
ent wlntor. Tho local forecaster
promises a rise in tho temperature
Tho Intonso cold caused much
sufforlng, nnd nt least llvo deaths in
Chicago nro nttrlbutablo to tho cold
wcathor. Reports of blttor cold como
from many cities in different parts of
tho country. At Medlclno Hat, fa
mous headquarters of Jack Frost, tho
ofllclal temperature reading was 31
bolow zoro. Roports from other points
show tho following temperatures:
Davenport, la., 10 bolow; Dubuque,
13; Duluth, 6; St. Paul, 10; Green
Day, 10; Sault Sto. Marie, 8.
Eulogize Dead Duelist,
London, Dec. 31. Tho death ol
Karl Percy, who succumbed to In
juries received in a Fronch duel, is
rognrdiid as a sorlous loss to the
Unionist party, In which ho was one
of tho rising men. Ho had conspicu
ous abilities, which he applied with
such zeal when ho wns In tho Indian
and foreign offlcos. Ho gavo promise
of a brilliant career, Mr, Dalfour and
other Unionist speakers In their
spooches paid warm tributes to him
and deplored his doath.
" BUtta BRJEfS
Item's of Interest to People In All
Parts of Ohio.
Clnclnnntl, O., Dec, 31. It was an
nounced by tho conference committee
of tho Dig Four tologrnphors ahd offl'
clals of tho rnllroad that terms of
agreement had been reached. Thoro
will bo no strike,
Train Kills Farmer's Wife.
Columbus, O., Dec. 31. Mrs. Jacob
Link, 35, wifo of a farmer living west
of Columbus, was fatally injured
whon her buggy wns struck by -a Dig
Four train, near tho city. She wan
badly mangled and died In a hospital.
Warrlner Arrlveo at Pen.
Columbus, O., Dec. 31. Charles L.
Warrlner, tho Dig Four embezzler,
who got away with $043,000 beforo ho
was discovered, arrived at tho peni
tentiary shortly after noon today.
Warrlner comes to tho big prison for
a six-year term.
Motorman Unconscious From Cold.
Clnclnnntl, O., Doc. 31. Aloxnndor.
Clophane, motorman on a crowdod
streetcar, screamed in his vcstlbulo
as his car started down a grade and
then foil unconscious from tho cold.
Tho conductor stopped tho car and a
panic was proventcd.
Infirmary Inmates Fight.
Columbus, O., Dec. 31. As tho ro
suit of a three-cornered fight nt the
county infirmary, William II. Lowls,
75, Is in n dying condition; C. II.
Young, 53, is badly beaten up nnd
may die, and Ficd Jordan, C5, la be
ing sought by tho pollco and deputy
tayior msks fourth Term.
Columbus, O.. Dec. 31. In u formnl
statement announcing hl3 candidacy
for a fourth term In congress, 13. L.
Taylor, Jr., representative of tho
Twelfth district, took occasion to de
clare his nllcglanco to tho progres
sive policies of Former President
Roosevelt nnd President Taft and to
announco that ho has no sympathy
u lth things reactionary. Ho comes
out for reform of tho houso rules nnd
pledges himself, to voto for a cnndl
dato for speaker accoptablo to his
Ohio River Frozen Over..
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 31. For tho
first tlmo In seven years tho Ohio
river at this placo was frozen over,
except for a small spaco In tho local
harbor. Tugs aro plying up and down
tho hnrbor in nn effort to keep lt
open, but lt la hellovcd that If tho
present cold weather continues their
work will go for naught. Ovoi1 a mil
lion dollars' worth of rivor property
is Jeopardized by tho freezing of tho
water. Whl.o thero is no danger to
this property as long as tho weather
Is cold, rlvcrmen fear a sudden thaw
or warm weather will play havoo
Senators Confer With Governor.
Columbus, O., Dee. 31. At a con
ference betweon Democratic senators
and Governor Harmon, It was decided
that no bills would bo Introduced for
at least thrco wcoks after tho session
of tho assembly begins. No agree
ment was reached on a legislative
program, nnd it is considered unlike
ly that any will bo mado until nftor
Governor Harmon's message goes to
the legislature. Tho governor in his
regular messago plans to coer all
the leading questions agitated recent
ly snvo tho canals and good roads,
and theso will bo discussed In a spe
cial messago later.
POLAR EXPLORtR SN3WB0UND
Commander Peary Has Unpleasant
Experience Near Washington.
Washington, Dec. 31. Commnndcr
R. K. Peary, who Is row recognized
us tho only living genuine discoverer
of tho north pohft nnd n real Arctic
experience within six miles of Wash
ington. Tho commander nnd Mrs.
Peary nnd tho lattor's slstor, whllo
on thoir way to keep a dinner en
gagement nt tho homo of Ralph P.
Dnrnard, wero snowbound In a taxi
cab in an uninhabited portion of Bra
dy lane. Tho' vchlclo ran 41ft tho road
Into a big drift nnd buried Itself up
to tho body.
Aftor tho chauffeur had cleared
away tho snow eomowhat so that ono
of the doors could bo opened. Com
mnndor Peary Jumped out, clad In
evening dress and low shoes, and af
ter taking a look nround sot off
ncross country to got help. Aftor
plowing through drifts thrco to flvo
feet deop for moro than a ratio, ho
reached Mr. Barnard's homo, borrow
ed a pair of rubber boots and pressed
tbroo of tho dinner guosts Into ser
vice. Armed with shovels, poles and
ropes, thoy plowod back again to the
toxical), nnd nftor two hours' haril
work Bucccedod In digging it out and
getting lt back on tho road.
Taft's Niece Married.
New York, Dec. 31. Miss Loulso
Taft, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Honry
W, Taft and niece of President Taft.
was married to Oeorgo H. Snowtlen
ot Sonttlo, Tho ceremony was per
formed at tho homo of tho brldp's
parents, 3 West Forty-olgljth street.
President Taft, his daughtor Helen
nnd his two sons, Robert nnd Chnrlos,
camo from Washington to attend the
wedding. On ncpount of tho recopt
donth ot Mrs. Horrtco D. Talt, tho
brldo's aunt, tho wedding wns a, quiet
ono nnd thoro was no roceptlon fol
Aoks President to Intervene.
Minneapolis, Doc. 31. Mayor
James C. llayncs has asked President
Taft to lutorvono in tho, switchmen's
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Buys a "JUNIOR OAK"
soft coal heater with 13-in
fire-pot at ,
WITNESSES HEAVILY GUARDED
Secrot Service Men Protect Llvea of
Black Hand Deflers.
Columbus, O., Doc. 31. John and
Charles Amlcon, wealthy produce
merchants, who dofled tho ( Blaok
Hand In Ohio nnd brought about thi
government prosecution, nro undor
tho protection of secret sorvlao men
nnd aro being guarded ovorywhoro
they go. Tho postal Inspectors fear
that tho Sicilians or their relatives
may attompt to do away with them
beforo tho trial, so that they can1 riot
testify. Sirttcon members of tho So
ciety of tho Hnnana will bo tried noxt
"onU In Tntorin
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Row'ard
for nny cobo ot Catarrh that cannot bo
curort by Hall's Catarrh Curo. F. Jt
CHENUY & CO., Toledo. O. ,
Wo, tho undersigned, have known F.
J. Chonoy for tho InBt nfteon years, -and
bollovo lilm perfectly lionorablo In nil
buslnosa transactions and llnnncIoJiy
nblo to carry out any obligations mads
WALDINO?ICINNAN &" MARVIN
Wholesalo DrugBlstsi Tolodo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cura la taken Internally
nctltiK directly upon tho blood, and muo
o.us surfaces of tho nystom. Testimon
ials stmt frco, Prlco VBo per bottle. Sold
byTako HaFs9tFamlly pllla for cans
patioa. flOOIUNG VALIjEx. '
North 7a. m.; 10:16 tL. m. 4:20
p. m.; 12:20 a. m.; 6:10 p. m. Logan
to Marlon only.
South 5:45 a. m.; 7:20 a. m.
10:15 a. m.; 1.35 p. m. 7.15 p. a.
Dally except Sunday.
Kastbotind 9:25 a. m.; 12:25 noon;
7:22 p. tri.; 10:57 p. m.; 11:10 p. m.;
5;27 p. m.
Westbound 2:38 . m.; 5:53 a. m.;
0.55 a. m.; 1:55 p. in.; 7:25 p. bl;
4:27 p. m.
Chicago & jenne
West 10:25 a. m.; 1:54 p. m.;
12:32 a. m.; 14:40 p. m.; a7:10 a.
East 5:18 a. m.; 6.-G0 a, m.; 12:4ft
p. m.; 5.20 p. m.; 6:12 p. m.; 11:48
Dally excopt Sunday. 1 runs to
Lima only. a, runs to Huntington
only. rums, Huntington to Marlon
Bonthwcet 10:27 a. m.; 4:10 p,
12:45 a. m.
East 12:63 p. m.; 12:01 a.
6:20 p. m. r
Northljound 12:10 p. m.; 6:25 p.
m.; 17:55 p. m.
Southbound al0:ll a, m.; 7.10
p. m. ..
Dally except Sunday. IBunday on
ly. aDally. .
C. M. and II. Electric.
Northbound Cars leavo
for Uueyrus at 6-8-10 a, m.,
2-4-G-8 and 10 p. m.
Southbound Cars leave
for Marlon at 7-0 and 11 a
1-3-5-7-0 and 11 p. m.
O. I), nnd M. Electric.
Southbound Curs leavo
i.nt, tnr roiiiinbim from 6 a,
n n. m. nnd 10 and 11 p. m
aware. . .
Northbound Cars leave Columbus
ovory hour on tho halt hour, from
6:30 a. tn. to 8:30 p. m.
and NEW YEARS
One and one-half fare btw een
December 24, 25, 31
and January 1
Good returning until January
IT. ,T. Illicit!
iff 1 bi ei;! art a
agent of the
Hocking Valley Ry
who will ch idliH) 0i e
you full Info ipslkri si
fo thelowe si iim, Hill
time se iih, tu.t li i u
the asking. r J',
. - . - hLh
Mr. L . WCBErTGA , ;iu, W