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Was The Face Of Giiild When
Gun Was Discharged
I i n
JHoIliCr-ClQims iiiot Siioolino
Woman Was CarryingPc
Gun AboutSTIie House
But Cannot Explain Bow It
The Wound May Prove To
Be Of Serious Nature
Whllo handling a s!ioL gun tit about
7:!!0 o'clock Thursday evening, Mrs.
Kdmund Paquo ot Johnson uvenue,
South Vernon, accidentally discharg
ed the- weapon, a largo number .of
tho shot from tho chaige striking her
Btnall noti about tho face. Tho child's
faco was badly torn, several ot the
shot enteritis tho mouth. Tho result
may bo serious.
Tho boy was standing In tho room
'whoro his mother was working nud
was Interested In what she was do-
Ing. She took a shot gun from a
shelf on the wall, and according toher
story, started to curry It to another
. part of tho house. In soiuu manner,
which she cannot explain, tho piece
' was discharged directly at tho child.
Fortunately the full charge did not
Btrlko him or death would nave occur
red almost Instantly. Ah It was his
lips wcro badly torn and several of
'the pieces of lead pierced the Insldo
of his mouth.
When Mrs. Purine discovered tho
Teault of tho accldout she ran to the
boy who had fallen to tho floor. A
physician wns summoned with haste
and surgical attention was rendered.
An examination showed that tho
wounds Indicted wcio not necessar
ily fatal but wore of a very serious
No ono oxcept Mrs. Purine and tho
hoy were present at the tlmo of the
AMU) THE STRAINS
at A Lovely Two Step An Egy Splat
ters On Floor Of Dull Room
In tho mlilst of a two step, during
the Masonic daucn Thursday evening,
an unwclcomo visitor appeared on
the iloor In the shape of a perfectly
'good hen's egg which alighted amidst
tho dancers with a gioat splatter.
.Momentary consternation reigned on
'that particular sertlou of the Iloor,
but tho amusing imped of the thing
noon became apparent and the occur
renco was tho nourco ot a great ileal
It was about 9:30 o'clock' and the
orchestra was rendering tho closing
strains of a two step when tho "lion
frulvl' appeared very suddenly and
Bpread out over the Hour ut tho feet
of the dancers, An Investigation was
lulckly mutlo and, us. none of (begun
itlemcn would confers having had the
-egg In Ills possession previous to tlio
occurrence, it was generally conced
ed that It must li:uo been thrown
through nn open window from (lay
street by some boy with a very poor
"Idea of a Joke,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
TIib' Kind You Have Always Bought
'Ignatnrn of (ity&&t&i
Not To Bind in Nomination
Parties Can Put Whom They
Please On Their Tickets
Can u Democrat file a Republican
petition or vice versa?
This was the question put up to
Secretary of Stale Graves yesterday
from Medina County nnd his reply
was: "There is absolutely no law to
prevent tho Doniocrntlc electors from
offering as their candidate any per
son, Irrespective of party afllllatlon."
If Republicans dcslro to place Dem
ocrats on their ticket, or It Demo
crats would like to name Prohibition
ists, there Is nothing to prevent their
doing so, Mr. Graves says.
James Kong has filed a protest, as
sorting that tho name of L. 13. Can
yard should not be placed on tho bal
lot as a Democratic candidate for
county surveyor on tiio ground that
ho is not a Democrat, but n Republi
can. (lanyard wrote to Secretary
" I was elected county surveyor In
1802 us a Republican, but at tho Re
publican county convention In June
1901, I was deprived of a renomlna
tlon tlnough fraud. Of this I havo
ubHolulo proof. I stood by the Re
publican party until February, 1008,
when I told my friends that my next
vote would bo for Bryan, as he
preaches something cleaner than wo
havo in Medina County. I havo vot
ed tho straight Democratic ticket
since then, except that I havo sup
ported throe personal friends, who
happened to be Republicans."
Secretary Ornvcs says: "This
man's name should go on the ticket."
Against Carl Bartlett With
drawn in Mayor's Court
Prosecuting Witness Said
He Swore To A Lie
At 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon
Carl Ilartlett, charged In an alllduvlt
tiled by Robert Severns with tho Il
legal sale of Intoxicating lliiuor, was
arraigned beloro Mayor Porrlne for
hearing. Tho charge was withdrawn
by Severns and Ilartlett was lcleasod.
At the time set for tho henrtug tho
prosecuting witness appeared in the
mayor's court and stated that ho
wished to withdraw the charge be
caiiho It was false. Mayor Perrlnc
rerpilred him to tako an oatli that
the charges In tho alllduvlt were
falHO. Severns stated that ho was
drunk when ho preferred the charges.
The man was severely scored by
tho mayor for Ills act and was niado
to uudoi'Htnud the consequences of a
repetition of such an act should It
como under Ills Jurisdiction.
Of John Jacoh Astor And
New York, April 26 The bodies of
John Jacob Astor and Isldor Straus
have been Identified and embalmed
aboard tho cable steamship Mackay
Dennett, according to an official wire
less dispatch received at the White
Star line offices here today.
To (iet New Glass Plant In
I'tlca, O.. April 2G The contract
has boon slned up by tho Utlcu
board of tndo and Manager Collins
of tho tHblowaro glass faeloiy which
will locate hero, nnd work on the
buildings will boKln at once. The new
fuutor) whlc.i will manufacturo table
waro, takes the place of tho Cathe
dral U!nk.H company.
Wreck is ilicheson Accord
ing To Report
Boston, Mobs., April 2G Clnrenco
V, T. Rlchoson, tho former minister,
under scntenco to dlo during tho
wcok of May 10, for poisoning Avis
Llnncll, Is "abnormal hysterical and
Irresponsible," according to Dr. K. D,
Lane, nn nllonlst, who observed the
condemned mnn In behalf of Riciie
Dr. Lano makes this statement In
a report to tho lawyers.
Rlchesou's lawyers are to appear
before Governor Foss tomorrow nnd
present n potltion for commutation
The Circus Man Goes Into
Cincinnati, April 2G John F. Rob
inson, owner of Robinson's circus
made n voluntary assignment In
bankruptcy hero today. Liabilities
and nsects arc scheduled as "un'
known." Litigation and pressure, of
creditors aro given as the cause. Sev
eral suits for largo sums have been
brought against him lately. Tho cir
cus Interests aro known to bo very
vnluablc, and in addition RobinBon
is Interested in many buildings In
Cincinnati, Including Robinson's thea
ter. To Adopt One Girl But Add
Cleveland, April 2G Harry W.
Griggs, one of tho leading merchants
of Cleveland, nnd his wife, decided
they would adopt a child. Aftor in
quiry they learned of a little girl
they might havo. They called to see
tho child and fell In love with her
at flist sight. She was three years
old and devoted to her two elder sis
ters, ono six nnd the other seven.
Observing the dovotlon of tho sis
ters, Mr. Griggs suggested that they
adopt two, so that the little ono might
hnvo company. Mrs. Griggs remarked
that tho plan scorned good for the
llttlo ono but not good for tho ono
loft. "Well," said Mr, Griggs, "wo
will tako them nil." Today the Imp)1
girls aie playing In the Griggs home
To Puhiish Law Books In
The Ohorlln Tribune makes tho
following stntoment relatives to tho
movements of J. I Lanlng, which
will bo of Interest to Mt. Voruon
"J. F. Liming, of Norwnlk, furmor
congressman of this district, who
has boon at the head of tho Cleveland
Law Hooks company, with headquar
ters at Detroit avouuo and West Gist
streot. Cleveland, is moving his bus!,
ness to Oberlin, Ho has secured the
lower room In tho Rowland block on
Kust College street and will soon bo
established in his business here.
"Mr. Lulling publishes a codifica
tion of tho Ohio laws Tor tho use of
city and village olllclals. These
books are for the guidance of such
olllclals and .ire widely used. Ho Is
also planning to publish a loose leaf
docket for justice of the peace and
also for tho higher courts.
"There aro a number ofviihslsUiuts
and olllco help employed by Mr. Lan
lng. A numbor of families expect to
movo hero with Mr. Lanlng. Soveral
assistants who havo boon with him
In the publishing business for years
are now coming hero.
Club at Lock
Tho Golden Gossip club met at the
homo of Mrs. Martha Smoots at Look
LThuisday aftornoon. Ovor thirty
were, prosout to enjoy tho excollont
program which was rendered during
the afternoon. Refreshments were
Given By Strong And He Is
Released From Jail
Other Items Of Interest From
Temple Of Justice
Francis M. Strong, who has been
confined in tho Knox county Jail for
sovoral duys, having been Indicted by
the grand jury on a charge of arson
and non-support, gave bond at 5
o'clock Thursday evening before
Clerk of Courts Charles W. Hayes.
On the charge of non-support, Judge
Soward fixed tho bond ut $200, nnd
on the charge of arson bond was fixed
In tho sum of $2,000. Strong gavo
bond in the sura of $2,500, tho bond
being signed by Horner B. Levering
and Bert D. Strong.
Harry C. Dovin, to Charles C. Wad
dell lot In Fnlrvlew, $25.
Mary M. Andrews to Allco M.
Atherton, parcel In Clinton, .
Klla D. Fouch to A. Mlcheaux, par
cel In Clinton, $200. .
Jf BIRTH8 $
j j j j ! ? j j j ij jt
A daughter was born Thursday af
ternoon to Mr. ' and Mrs. A. H,
Schmidt of West High street.
A daughter was born Friday morn
ing to Superintendent and Mrs. A. L.
Murray of lolloway.
Filed By A Utica Woman
(Newark American Tribune)
Mrs. Anna Dick of I'tlca has Hied a
suit to recover $5,000 from Albert
Vance, a business man of that place.
By her attorney,"c. U. Moore, she al
leges that he committed an assault
and battery on her; that ho struck
her In tho faco with such violence
that but for her timoly grasping of
a support she would have been felled
to the ground. As It was sho relates
she suffered ix hlackoned eye nnd wnrt
so Injured that she was confined to
her room for a time.
Tho dnlo of the alleged assault Is
fixed on April 4 last. Tho parties aro
piomlnent people of tho town and tho
suit has attracted some attention.
United States Does Anna
Held And Goes To Europe
New York, April 2G-Auim Held
the actress, who has severed nor mat
rimonial relations with Floronz Zleg
fold, lelt today tor Paris on tho
French liner Savole.
Sho was gowned In blue, wore a
picture hat of tho same color and a
heavy diaui'iml pendant. She was
asked If she would marry again.
"Who knows'" sho replied. "Per
haps It will bo poor Florcnz again.
Ho looks so forlorn zat I may geev
hemn nnussor chance. Hut my sor
row for Floretu eez divided with zat
for my poor dogglo, zeo General Mar
cenu. Ho eez dead, you know.
"Zee poor leotle General Mnrceau
ho swallow one beeg toy balloon and
then he eet ono British lion an he
sweel oop and zo glass oyes of zee
British Hon and see pins what are
Htuek in heem and zee sawdust oet
all make heem vor seek,"
Miss Held said that sho would ro
turn next seiibon mid perhaps act un
der tho management of Zlegfcld,
Dr. Danlol Colomnn is severely ill
at his homo lu Howard.
Mr. II. C. Smith ' or Contorburg
spout Thursday evening in Mt. Vor
non on business.
Mr. Stowart Uakor, residing on tho
Columbus road, South Vernon, wns
taken to the Mt Vernon hospltnl
Thursday evening for treatment.
Mr. Kdwuid H. Wing of Clovolnnd
arrived in the city last evening to
visit with relatives tor a week or
more. This summor Mr. Wing will
play with Johnston's orchestra ot
Cleveland nt Cedar Point.
BANNER WANT ADS PAY.
To DeHver AdjlresslTo
"Graduates Of Mt. VernoiC
High School Mi
The graduating class of tho Mt.
Vernon High Bchool this year num
bers 44 members.
The baccaluareato sermon to tho
members of the graduating cluss will
be delivered on Sunday evening, Juno
0, by Rev. 13. D. Hurnett at the Gay
street M, 12. church.
The address to tho graduating
clnss will bo given by Dr. Washington
Gluddon of Columbus nt the High
school auditorium on Thursday morn
ing, Juno 1!!.
Come Very Near Sailing On
Man Visiting In Mt. Yemen
Tells Of His Experience
Mr. Melcholr Godfrey, of Brussels,
Bolglum, reached Jit. Vernon Thurs
day afternoon fiom Now York whcie
ho arrived a few days ago on a White
Star Lino steamer from Brussels. He
Is visiting with his sister, Mrs. Victor
Mr. Godfiey was In Liverpool, Eng
land, ono day before tho Titanic sailed
on her fatal voyage and made a great
effort to arrange for n.passage on that
boat. Fortunately he could not com
plete his arrangements and was forced
to wait for tho noxt liner to sail.
If you wish to deposit your money,
place it with Tho Contorburg Build
Ing and Loan Association Company.
Six per cent Intorest paid on tlmo de
posits. Assets over $800,000.00.
Call upon or address,
C. H. BISHOP. Sec'y.
tary health societies and a general
inspection of factories nnd work
shops, Mr. V. I). Chnso of Washington, D.
C, is tho guest of relntlves in the
Copyright 11, rt Scbtffocf It Mux
Young America Clothing House
This store is the home of Hart Shaffner & Marx clothes.
The Big Store on the Corner I. EOSENTHALL, Prop.
Corner Main and Vine Sts. Mt. Vernon, O.
Opening evenings until 7:30; Saturdays 'til 11 p. m.
Tho Kind You Have Alwnys Bought, and which 1ms heen
in uso lor over 30 years,
fi7y- ' sonnl
ZV-&&UM A How
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experiments that trifle with and cnuangcr tno neaiui oi
Infants and Cliildrcn Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute- for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It:
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
tmhstnncc. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
nnd allays Fcvcrlshncss. For more than thirty years it
lias been in constant uso ior tho relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach, and Bowels,
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Bod You Have Always BoisgM
In Use Fop Over 30 Years
THC CENTAUR COMPANY. FT MURRAY BTRttT. NEW YORK CITY.
FIFTY HERO MEDALS
ARE PASSED AROUND
Seven Oliioans Benefit by Car
Pittsburg, April 27. Fifty awards
were made by tho Carnegie hero
fund commission, seven Ohloans be
ing among the recipients. Money,
medals and pensions were apportion
ed. The recipients had demonstrated
their heroism In1 a variety of ways.
In several instances the heroes had
lost their lives and their relatives
were granted the commission's
awards. Three of the Ohio heroes
wero killed. Prizes awarded In Ohio
William C. Dlyllle, bronze medal.
Dlvllle, BO, blacksmith, attempted to
save Earl H. Torrance, 28, chauffeur,
from burning, Lisbon, Nov. 25, 1911.
Henry S. Blank, bronze medal and
$1,000 as needed. Blank, 23, plumber,
attempted to rescue Phillip A. Her
bert. 15, plumber's approntfee, from
Yon young fellows who know and like the
smart distinction of style in the clothes we sell,
can host-understand why we say so much about
You want style; but what's the good of st h
that doesn't stay stylish? Do you know wln.f it
is that keeps these
Ik! Schdffner 8 Mi
clothes looking well, even after a whole season's
wear? It's the most important thing to know
All-wool fabrics first; there are plenty of
clothes that are not all-wool. Scientific shrink
ing by cold water; a process that cotton mixtures
can't stand. The best tailoring; skilled hands
shaping the garment, not just sewing seams to
gether. These are the things you get when you buy
Uart Sclia I'f nor & Marx clothes here. They're
the things you want to get.
lius oornotuo signature oi
been mauo unucr ins pcr-
supervision sinco its infancy.
no ono to deceive you in this.
and " Just-as-good " are but
burning, Dayton, Nov. 23, 1910.
John L. Grldley, deceased. Bronzs
medal to widow and pension of $50
n month. Grldley, 25, machinist, died
attempting to help rescuo Philip A.
Herbert from burning, Dayton, Nov.
Claudo M. Hlser, bronze medal and
$1,000 aa needed. Hlser, 20,' horticul
turist, saved Tony Glurdano and Tom
Luprlca, laborers, 35 and 25 respec
tively, from drowning, Bradner, Aug.
James V. Manges, bronze medal
and $1,000 toward purchase of farm.
Manges, 39, driver, rescued Fred
erick G. Williams, 40, telephone In
spector, from electric shock, Cleve
land, May 13, 1911.
James M. Rose, deceased, sliver
medal to widow and ponslon of $45
a month, with $5 a month additional
for her son until he reaches the age
of 16. Itose, 54, switchman, died at
tempting to save Louise Potts, 54,
from being run over by a train, Cin
cinnati, Jan. 22, 1912.
Nowton W. Joyce, deceased, silver
medal to widow and pension of $35
a month. Joyce, 53, crossing watch
man, died attempting to save James
M. Itose and Louise Potts from being
run over by a train, Cincinnati, Jan
ilf rtr Ti ..itTFii.