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THE DEMOCRATIC BANtfER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1010
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M.I IN HWM HIP L.-,t-. JW ' -
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Carry State For First Time in
PL"0TC.n ELECTED GOVERNOR
Has Plurality of Something Like
5,000 Votes Lea'slature Is Also
Strongly Democratic, Which In
sures Retirement of Senator Hale
to Private Life Prohibition and
Tariff Important Issues in Cam
paign. Portland, Mo., Sept. 13. Maine,
which hau been solidly Ropubllcan for
SO years, lias clcotcd a Democratic gov
ernor, Frederick W. I'lalsted, by about
5,000 plurality, bosidcH two Democratic
congressmen, aud possibly a third,
leaving but one llcpubllcnu and also
elected a Democratic legisla
ture to fill fjio vucany cauRcd by
the expiration of tlio term of Senator
Eugene file. It waR a laudBlldo,
sweeping everything before It. Gover
nor Bert M. Fernald, tlio Itopiibllcan
candidate, who won It I h election two
years ago by 7,000 plurality and
who lias t-'ono down In defeat, the
first Kopubllcan candidate for gover
nor to bo defeated since 188a.
The norubllcaim have only saved
ono rongic ssitiaii out of tlio four
whom they nro Hiiro of. Ashcr C.
.Hinds, cleik at the speaker' table
in Wnshliirtoii and a purllainoiilurlun
of tlio national house, has been elect
ed In Tom Heed's old district, the
First, by a plurality not oxeoodlng
400. Ill opponent, William W. I'on
noil, who Is likely to bo named as
tho .Democratic senator from Maine
slnco ho has filled of election to con
gross, mndo a vlgoious campi'gn In
this district, attacking the t.ulff poli
cies of t) c It'-public'iin parly and ad
vocating reciprocity with Canada.
Tho Donwcr.its will liavo u ma
jority In tlio state senate aud tho
house sulllclcnt at any rate to give
them control of tlio legislature mid
to ennblo them to elect a United
States senator to succeed Hale.
In addition to tlio offect or the
tariff Issue on tlio alato elect1 in tho
people wero largely Influenced by tlio
question of prohibition. Tho Demo
crats havo advocated tho rcmibinls-
slon of the amendment relating to
tho prohibition of the llipior traffic
to tho reoplo. It requires two thirds
of the IcpNaturo lo resubmit this
nmendrncnt mid It appears that, they
will hnvo sufficient strength to do It.
Tho rctrocratH claim that the selec
tion rorudlatei tlio prohlbtory law
nnd r'eiuiH that It will bo romoved
from1 tie ptatutpn or thu state and a
high llcenso lav siilistitutod for It.
Augusta, Me., Sept. 14. With 21
uraall towns missing, tlio latest re
turn!! from tlio election give Plalstod
(Democrat), 7,215; I'ormiHl (llopub
llcan), G,VM; thus givlni; Phlstoil
a plurality of 8,50'J. Tho missing
towns will not very lunlcrlally chiiugo
tho (.-eneral ro.ull. , -
Tliero Is no iiuestlou of tho ulpctlou
of AHhcr C. HludH (Uopuhllcnn) in
tho Mrut dlstiict over Willi im W.
rennell Poiuori.it), ami that of Con
KrcEsrmn Prnnti 10. (lueiiisey ( Itopiib
llcan), over (leoigo M, Hanson
(Democrat), In tlio Potiitu u'atilct,
nlthough tliu muJoiltlcH nio very
The Inti-st returns glvo Daniel .1.
Mcfillllcihldy (neiuocriit), a lead of
U,!J0O ovoi rm;icMiinuu John I.
Swayed (llcpithllc.ini, In tho Second
district i ml Siniuel W. (lou'd of
Bkowhornn (Di'mocrat), a hvd of
2,!!00 oe.- t'oiiuiehsmau Ijilwin C.
DurlclKii (lloputillcitii), in thu Third
KetiiniH gto (lie Hoiiinonits 21 out
31 Hiato HcnatoiH ai)d K(! out of ini
roprosrntatlMM Tho Dciuoertils lack
but I'ftemi of Having twothlids vote
111 Joint ronveut Km.
No formal bid was made for tlio
,(, In Urn ll.,H.l fl.,l.,u ,..,''' "'" " iin tuiiiiiuimiiuiiii iinii
which will lit- v.iiKiled by Lugenu
Halo on March I next, ulthotitOi tho
iiamosfof Charlos l Johnson of
Wntervllle. Stale Senator Lludloy M.
StnplpH r.f Knot, William K. I'ennell
of Ilniiutvlck, who was ilofoafei! ny
Asher C. Hindu In the KinU district,
ox-Stato Senator O.ilcloy O. Cuitln
und William It Helttnalll of Water
vlllo, h'ivo lioii fieipieully ineu
tloned. tilectel by Hodmen.
Toledo, 0 S.ipt. Il.'-Tlui fcituro
of tlio dav's , mhIiiii of tho sixty
third CJi o-'t Sun council of the Ini
Jirovol C ter of lied Men wan elec
tion of nfflrero, which resulted as lol
Iowb: Joiepli l-'uimr of I'oniihjlvatila,
groat prophet; (leorgo It. flilggs,
Toxaa, great Incohoiulo; C.nl I'ostur,
ConncotlPiit. gi.it senior hagaiuoro;
Wilson HrooUi. IIIIiioIh, grout chief
of records, and William Travlu of
MaREKiiu?cttK, gieat lecupur of wain
.pum, wero bo,U rueloctcd.
Strip Worn a,; of Jewels,
Long JJraiich, N. j 8eit. 11.
iBurglarB Ktrliiped Mm. David Colion
t)f Now York, al her mimiubr homo
here, of her dl'iuiuud earrings and
ring while lu bed, threatening to kill
bcr If hIio mad'i mi outcry, Mrs.
Cohen was aw.ukencd at 3 o clock.
Whllo ono man held hor hotd, tho
-other iiocurtd fie ilug and oirlncs.
Of Common Pious Court On
Sovoral Cases Disposed Of
By Judge Wickliam
Injunction Is Granted In The
And Alimony Is Allowed In
The Edward Roberts Will
Filed In Probate
Judge 13. M, Wicklmin of Dclawnro
was In tlio city Monday afternoon and
conducted a session of common pleas
court, commencing at 1:30 o'clock
when tho following matters woro dis
Olll-Uoriiinn Co. vs. Leo Leave to
defendant Leo to file answer by Octo
.John Coilo vs. David Jackson
Cause dismissed nt costs of plain
tiff for noti-compllntico with former
order of tho court to socuro costs.
Mary A. Phillips vs. Hncliol Dunlup
et al lloport of commissioners con
firmed nud sale ordered.
King & Unrncs vs. Quaker Oil &
Oas Co. Salo confirmed and deed and
John Iflnnnrd vs. Sally Ann Hawk
Ins ct ul., Salo continued nnd ills
li lliutlon ordered.
Alva Hodders vs. City of Mt. Vernon
Hoard of county commissioners
made party defendant.
John Iluxter vs. tho Columbus Gas
&. Puol Co. Demurrer stricken from
tho flics nnd leavo lo dofendant to
file uuswor by October 1.
A. O. Cnssoll vs. Lllllo Tasher ot
al. Salo conllrmod and deed and ills
W. A. Ilosack, exr. vs. M. L. Schlnp
pacusseo National Cash Register cCo.
mndo dofendant with lenvo to fllo an
swer and cross-petition In 20 days.
Leave to tho defendant to plead.
Knox Hulldlng & Lpan Co. vb, Ileal
Settled nud costs paid.
Wr It. Ilarton, trustees, vs Durham
ot al Order terminating trust nnd
trustees directed to pay fund to cos
tleipie trust after paying tho costs.
Curran vs. Curran Tompornry In
junction, restraining Iho dofondnnt
In tho occupancy of too homo.
llniBKcur vs Ilriisscur Temporary
alimony in tho sum of $10 pur weok
allowed the plaintiff", beginning Oct. 1.
The Roberts Will
Tho last will and testament of ICd
ward Huberts, Into of Hllllar town
ship, Knox county, has been illcd In
piohate. Hy tho terms of tho will
tho testator gives to his housekeeper,
Abigail S. Iliockway, tho sum ot ?1,
000. Ills entire estate, both real and
pct'Minnl, ho gives to bin In other, Wzr.i
Huberts. The will was nlgnod August
1, I'.IOO, In tho prosono of T. D. Up
dlko aud John K, Hnlileu,
To Alter Road
Tho Knox County commissioners at
their meeting on .Monday decided up
oij ami ii1Iovpi tho altercations In tho
Hun roml thiough tho Joseph Sapp
farm In Hjnwn township, A change of
, ,.i)(,i imr hxIh will bo mado lu tho
i , T cl)1m,BB,onol.H ft)Iowcu
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damagoM for tho olmngo In tho road.
A dlBtrlliiitlvu account litis been fil
ed lu the prohuto court of Knox coun
ty by I'Yunk V. Owon, executor of
.lonilthau llrudrlek, showing the sum
of $lt,r.l7.l!8 to havo been received
and tho mu
nio sum paid out.
GOES TO ILLINOIS
Hoi. Wnllnco, pastor of tho Bran
don and lloiiiur churches, preached his
taiowoll hoi inim at Brandon on Sun
dii) evening, On Wednesday morn
tug, Rev. Wnllnco will leave with his
family for lOvnnston, Illinois, whero
ho will spoud a week at tho North-
woHtiun University, aftor which tlmo,
he will go to Croto,' Illinois, to tako
charge of tho church to which ho has
Not a nilnuto should bo lost when a
child sbowHsymptouiB ot croup. Chnm
berlnln'H Cough Rotnedy given ns soon
ns tho child bocomes honrso, or ovon
after tho croupy cough appears, will
prevent tho nttaok. Sold by all dealers,
Tells Marshall Why He Will Wet
WOULD NOT EAT OUT OF HAND
Mayor of Columbus, Acting on Roose
velt Suggestion, Writes to Gover
nor Asking for Special Session to
Pass Laws That Will Settle Street
car Strike Is Told He Did Not En
force Existing Laws and Has No
Columbus, O., Sopt. 13. Governor
Harmon mado a somewhat spicy ro
ply to Mayor Marshall's letter, re
questing that ho call the legislature
In special session to enact legislation
that will compel arbitration of tho
street car strike. Tho govomor says:
"Certainly, In view oftho e'lponsea
to which the state has already been
put to to maintain order In Colum
bus, you nro the last who should sug
gest putting It to tho ftfrthor great
cxpenso of a special session.
"You assume that I havo only to
call tho legislature and toll them
what to do. At both sessions die He
publican majority which controls
both branches took special pains to
trcnt my recommendations with littlo
or no respect. Now, with tho presid
ing olllcor of each house and many
of tho members candidates ij. tho
ponding election, you seom to think
this majority would come to mo and
cat out of my hand, as it were
"Under the circumstances, I cer
tainly would not bo justified In call
ing a special session, oven It I wero
propaied to recommend tho arlous
GOVERNOR JUDSON HARMON
Hands a Hot Answer to Mayor Mar-
shall's Impudent Demand
measures you mention, 1 am hound In
frankness to say that your sending
such a letter at this time and
promptly gling it to tho piess sug
gest a deslio to make up by fortuity
lu recommending now laws for tho
lack of eilliilcncy lu enforcing exist
ing laws with which you nro charged
by tho public In general."
Mayor Marnhall's letter was
prompted by Colonel Hoosevelt's
advise that laws ho passed to en
force tlio HndlngB of state aibltra
lion boards. His letter, In part, fol
lows: "I rospeclfully request that the
general aspombly ot Ohio bo called
into special session to enact laws re
lating to public sorvleo coiporatlons:
"1 l'lovliltng 'for compulsory arbi
tration and piotcction of tho publlo
In the ovent of strikes nnd lookouts.
"li Dollnlng distinctly the relation
between such corporations aud thoir
employes and tho obligations of ono
Ltn tho other.
"3 l'rovontlng ovcr-capltallzatlon.
"If tho Columbus Hallway and
Light company had had no obliga
tion except that i elating to tho truo
valuo in money of tho property It op
erated, hud It not been obllgod to pay
(Hvhlcnd3 on watered slock, no doubt
a reasonable Incroaso ot wages would
havo been mado on demand of oni
ployca." WILL DELUGE GOVERNOR
Columbus Women Start Postcard
Shower to End Strike,
Columbus, O., Sopt. 13. A post
card shower will bo given Governor
Harmon uiglng that ho stop tlio Co
lumbus car Btilko by domnndlug ar
bitration, If a movement started by
two women lawyois of Columbus is
followed up. Ella J. I'urcell nnd II.
Anna Qulnby of tho law firm of
Qulnby & Purcoll, concolvod tho
poBt-cnrd shower ldoa following Co
lonel Roosevolt's speech In which ho
ftnorcd arbitration ns a means of;
ending tho strike. They nt onco had
printed 3000 postcards addressed to
tho governor as a starter. If it
takes, ninny moro of tho cards will
"Stop tho Strlko," Is the bending
of tho card. "Forco tho compnny to
arbltrato ,or oust It," Is tho demand
tnado on tho governor.
The attorneys clto section 4304-6 R.
S., which makes It unlawful for p cor
poration to prevent employes from
forming or Joining any lawful labor
Says Columbus Police Employ Rus
sian Methods In Prison.
Columbus O., Sept. 13. Tliero Is
little doing nt pn '-out In connection
with tho streetcar strike, only a few
minor disturbance being reported to
W. L. Barber has been released
from the city prison on bond ns a
witness. Ho wns confined In a cell
for thj.co days and nlloges that he
was not permitted to uso a tolo
phono or otherwise Inform hia
Iriends that ho was under arrest. Ho
leclarcs that Husslan police methods
were outdone In his case.
Of A Freak Child Acquitted
On Friday Mr. and Mrs, Loss Eigh
Inger ot Mlfllln, Ashland county, wore
placed under arrest nt Tiffln, charged
with violating section G085 of tho re
vised statutes of Ohio. Mr. and Mrs.
Klghlnger nro the parents of tho child
freak, which was horn nt their home
In Mifflin Jive years ago next month.
Tho child Is truly a marvelous froak
of humanity, bnving three legs, threo
feel, two stomachs and Ih both sex
es. It is said to ho in a healthy con
dition und Quito Intelligent for ono of
The parents, who are in poor cir
cumstances, It Is said, havo been plac
ing their child on exhibition in a tent
ever slnco shortly after birth, and
tho money taken in ns admission to
sco this curiosity, thoy claim, is for
the maintenance of Jho child and to
givo it a chnnco to mnko n llvollhood
for Itself In Iator years.
t It appears that nt Tiffin the man
ifgomcnt of tho exhibition discharged
nn employe, a man hailing from Mans
field, who had been In tho employ for
tho past two or threo years, on tho
chnrgo of drunkenness and for other
reasons. Out of spite, It Is under
stood, ho filed an affidavit for the ar
rest of tho above parents, under tho
section stated above. Anyono guilty
of violating this section Is liable to a
penalty ot $200 fine and six months
Mr. nnd Mrs. Elghlngor sent for Up
ton Andrcss of Haycsvllle to defend
their caso. Tho hearing wns hold In
Justice court nt THTin boforo Squire
Dlnncliford at B o'clock Friday evon
Ing. Tho principal witness for tho do
fenso wn3 tho chief of police there,
who testified In court that tho condi
tion of tlio tent was kept porfoctly
sanitary and that tho exhibiting of tho
child in tho manner it wns being dono
and tho euro given tho unfortunnto
child was not in any way Injurious to
Its health. In fact, tho testimony ot
tlio pnrcnts and others was to tlio of
fect that exhibiting tho frcakfsh ono
In opon-nlr wns osscntlnl to Its health,
besides necessary to derivo mouoy
for Its support nnd enro, Tho court
honorably discharged tho dofendnnts
and thoy wero permitted to continue
exhibiting tho child ut tho Seneca
county fair. Ashland Tluies-Gnzetto.
Don't waste your nionoy buying
plasters when you can got a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for twonty
flvo cents. A picco ot llnnnol dampen
ed with this liniment Is suporlor to
any plaster for lama back, pains In
tho sldo and cheat, and much cheap
er. Sold by all doalrs,
Brussols, Sopt,' 13 Tho principal
countries of tho world nro represented
at tho International Congross on Rad
iology nud Electricity, which opened
In Brussels today for a throe-days'
session. Tho qttostlon of radium
standards and nomenclature is tho
most Important matter to bo consider
ed by tho congress.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholora and
Dlavrhoea Romody is today tho best
known medlclno In uso for tho relief
and euro ot bowol complaints. It cures
griping, diarrhoea, dysontry, and
should bo taken at tho first unnatural
looseness of tho bowels. It Ib equally
valuable for chlldron and adults. It
always cures. Sold by all doalors.
Mrs. J, C. Armstrong nnd Mrs. Fred
erick Sturgos nttonded tho funornl of
tho loto Edward Thomas at Newark
Miss Otto Knlor nnd Miss Ona Wan
dor of Danvlllo wont to Woostor Tues
day morning to outer Woostor Uni
versity. Mrs. W. A. Wnndor returned today
from Clovolnnd nftor a two weeks'
visit with hor doughtor, Mrs. F. L.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. O, Householder of
Voungstown, Ohio, Bpont Monday in
M. Vernon with frlonds.
f J ! i' ! ! r J $ J
j j j j j j J J. ,J J, .J, J ! j
Mrs, Elizabeth Penrose
Mrs. Elizabeth Ponroso, a formor
resident of I'lko township, Knox coun
ty, died Sunday evening nt tho homo
other dnughter, Mrs. Oda McClelland
In Shelby, O. Thu deceased wns tho
widow of tho 'late William Penrose
and was ftl years of ago. Hor death
was duo to diseases Incident to old
ago. She Is survived by four daugh
ters and two sons, nnmcly: Mrs.
Mary Sliira of Pike township, Mrs.
Irene Fletcher of Columbus, Mrs. Rob
ert Layman' of Morris township, Mrs.
Oda McClelland of Shelby, Philip Pen
rose of Columbus and William Pen
rose of California. Tho body will bo
shipped to Dutlcr Wednesday morn
ing and conveyed to tho North Lib
erty church whero tho funeral ser
vices will be conducted at noon. In
terment In tho North Liberty ceme
Riley Jenkins, colored, died at his
homo In Columbus Monday afternoon
after a several weeks' Illness. Tho
remains were brought to Mt. Vernon
at 1:20 Tuesday afternoon and taken
to the A. M. Et church on West Front
street whore tlip funeral took place at
two o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev.
J. M. Tate officiating. Interment in
Mound View cemetery.
W. P. Robinson
W. P. Robinson died at tho Mt. Ver
non hosp'ltal on Tuesday morning at
about ono o'clock after an extended
illness caused by peritonitis. Tho de
ceased resided In Bovcrly, Ohio, and
had been a patient at tho hospital for
about two weeks. He was fifty-five
years of ago at the time of his death
and is survived by ono brother nnd
' Tlio ararngements for tho funeral
have not yet been mndo.
Mrs. Charles Wilson
Mrs. Charles Wilson died at her
homo In Red Bay, Alnbama, on Sun
day afternoon after a short Illness.
Tho deceased was thirty years of ago
at tlio tlmo of her death and Is surviv
ed by hor husband nnd soveral chil
dren. Sho formerly resided at Fred
ericktown, Ohio, but hns resided In
GeorgiiCfor n number of years. Tho
remains nrrlvcd in Frederlcktown
Tuesdny ovening. Tho funeral at tho
Dorlln church on Wednesday after
noon, Rev. Hnmbly officiating. Inter
ment In tho Berlin church cemetery.
"Can bo depended upon" Is nn ex
pression wo all like to hoar, and" when
it Is used in connection with Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy it moans that it nover falls
to cure diarrhoea, dysontery or bowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and
equally valuablo for children and
adults. Sold-by all dealers.
Miss Helon Shlroman, North Main
street, delightfully entertained with
a six o'clock dinner Monday evonlng
In honor of Miss Helen McNabb, who
left Tuesday for Oxford, O., to ontor
Mrs. Brook Ransom pleasantly en
tot'tnined her Sunday school class on
Monday with n picnic at Rlvorsido
paik. At six- o'clock a bountiful sup
por was seived consisting of beef
loaf, -biilad, broad and butter, eggs,
olives, plo and enko, coffee, nnd can
dy, Aftor supper a mnrshnmllow roast
wns enjoyed. Thoso present woro:
Misses Ada'Warmau, Clara Shcppard,
Hazol Taylor, Helen McPook, Lola
Hall, Lola Cocran, Ruth Jones, Cather
ine Bartlott, MrB. Alta Carter, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Brown, May and Kenneth
A very protty homo wedding oc
curred Wednesday evening, Septem
ber 7, at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
M. S. Dickson of North Liberty when
their daughter, Miss Autliu Alice, was
united In marrldgo to Mr. Herman
Shlrer ot West Toledo, Tho nttend
nnts wero Miss Gladys Dickson nnd
Miss Velma Phillips and Messrs O.
Hnggorman nnd Roy Hachot of Mnns
llcld. Tho coromony wns performed
by tho Rov. E. D. Goodwin of Democracy-
Aftor tho ceromony a delic
ious wedding supper wns, served. Tho
young couple will mnko their homo in
Mr. Anron Morcor of East Chest
nut street and Mr, Earl Murphy, of
Oborlln, who has been spending sov
ornl days with friends in Mt. Vor
non, went to Newark Tuesday noon
to make a sovornl months' visit with
Mr. Victor Jncquot has returned
from Codar Point whoro ho has boon
plnylng in tho orchestra nt tho Colt
soum during tho sumraor.
Miss Grace Smith, Queen
Of Admission ay Carnival
California is celebrating its admission to tfie Union with more earuestuess
than usual this year. Eacli ypnr the Native Sons of the Golden West cbooso
somo city as the official place for the celebration by holding their minimi con
vention and grand lodge sessions there. The smaller cities usually observo
one day only, but because San Francisco was selected this season arrange
ments wero made for n three day celebration with street fairs, parades and
athletic contests. One of tho features of tho festival this year wns a parade
of veterans of the Mexican war, by which California wns acquired. This will
probably bo tho'last time that there will be such a parade, as tliero are but
nine of the old fighters In California nnd their average nge Is eighty-four years.
A queen of the cnrnlvnl is elected and during the festlvnl Is known ns "Queen
Callfornin." Miss Grace Smith was chosen this vear after a spirited contest
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