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ferred today obVpUb to'ebanKe the.
rkaaryj lay,' whefefayotre;caUDK
-aHetetor ceaveatieai ifeleajiee may
expKM'fhrit; aeconid and third cbotee
It tfl'aot unlikely that'etrclea wllfbe
OMltted' from election hallou, thus
jtreventia's etralghrparty Toting. 'U
la poaelble, alio, that party eablema
will be dono, away with . ballott.
Chalrraan Cowan af the boute
Mace committee anmmaced that the
meeting la the rotunda of the state
house or the aeaate chamber to ac
tommodate the people who can.'t get
tlckota to admit them, to the half of
the bouse for the first hearing before
Hie senate temperance committee and
the boose 'tiqaar trafflo committee on
the license hill tonight. Announce
ment was made that the overflow,
meeting will be held If people are
pretrni, who can't .get Into, the house,
chamber. Uothwets- and drys Were
ooiaplalnlng .because of the: rentric
keto ticket holdeis. , .
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DAUGHTERS OF FRANK J. OOULO
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RIKER DECLARES
IT'S PRACTICABLE
COST, LESSTHAN $20,000,000
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'V' ? ,'Vi''ff1llslve-Uuancecom'mltteea would
y;' , ,virf';it aat'the recommendations of
V V,MiM VA lfea beard of adralhlstration re
aiksaMlbJa!vaDrroprlatIon8 for the '18-in-
appropriations tor theia-Jn
,:tntler the direction, of the
The committees will resume
the oldJttnUetlng trips' and send dele
gations to the Institutions on lnapec
UontrlpB. Would Amend Anti-Lobby Law.
Oa the suggestion, of. Opha Moore,
secretary of f.ie Ohio Manufacturers'
aasociatlon, ;the antl-lobbyblll, pend
ing1 in tbe nBEemblyj may be changed
so ahat it , will be poaalblefor. do(ec
jtlVes. as in the past., to perform, their
sleuth work, T&ejbUl, H. passed
the senate laet week, would have re
suited in itlctectlv.es who, performed.
services similar, to tnose ot.ineturns
sent to tne
leglsla-
association
Columbus
? CfetrV. ., .when, the Inst expose, was made- Mr.
?'m X " Moore .is'howsji, a telegram, ,from the
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t.Mfft- ' roted detective urging that the worK
aiW" ;1 ' ot detcc.tl,Yes po,'Bar6gua'rled7 "
iliii?'1' ,i V' ' hi p,anB '1V J!00 Practically com-
..rf'i 4 ipletfld'lfor rh.n re9rghnl2atIqn6l,Btato
.ft' sikV dopaHtnontn liaylng to 'do with ng'rl-
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culturo.v 'These iucludo the Btnt'1
dairy and .i'q6d cdmmfsslbner, 'the
stnt,o depattcitwi of agrlculturd,' the
agricultural c olicse at Ohio 'Statq unl',
verelty nnd tbo esperiinent statioii
at yooster, it ib ueairea uy uovcr;
nor Cox. to do uwaV with much dupli
cation of oft'nrt and ezpondliure tit
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Cincinnati, O., Jan. 20. Tho follow
ing notlco In a local newspaper Is. solf-
explanntory: "Judson Harmon has
resumed hU placo In the' law, Arm of
Hancon Colston, Ooldsmlth A Hoad
ly, St. Paul building, Cincinnati, O.,
and Oscar Btochr and A. W. Oold
smlth, Jr., hnve become partners, The
Arm, mime, will remain unchanged,"
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NelsonvJile. b 'JJan.- ,20. Jacob
JCatzenbach,- 82( a 'wealthy farmer,, re
tiding about . two ,, miles east of this
iity (committed suicide by drowning
pimself in ,the Hocking rivor.Katsen
bach had been Jnr poor health for
winy yiiuv.
fof theweddini of JMm Helen, MWer,
Gould and flriley J. Shtpar'd at kynd
hurst, Miss Gould's country home nasr
Tarrytown,; ' naxt Wednesday have
been about' Mmaietedi Mtas Oewtd
win have only two bridal attendants.
These will be her yeuna nieces, Hale
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f nfllineer Weuld ttreteh Aereas the
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Matter That Is In Mevemetrt-
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'.few York, Jan. 20. Carroll Urlag-
Mob Riker, mechkalcal engineer, who
prepared, the bill for the artlndal oh
kractloa of the Labrador current
where It meets the gulf stream, which
waalatredueed Into congress by Rep
reseatatire Calder of New York, has
written 'a pamphlet which goes Into
partievlara as to the ways and means
l" 4ich an apparently gigantic under
taWtg. His plan, he says, of, forming
ahttgeAt Jetty over the Grand .Banks
wileh woald choke oR the Icy waters
at the. Labrador current. Is at .once
foctleable and would cost less than
fv9,ve6,060.
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Is. comparatively shallow, Mr.. Hiker
saya He describes the banks as a
"great, .plateau or aand .bank, practi
cally .level, on .top, rising from the
.great 'depths of the ocean until there
Is only from 200 to 250 feet of water
over it; It Is .in this shoal water that
there comes the gigantic conflict of
the gulf stream and Labrador cat
rent.' Mr. Riker says that we mast blarot.
the flow of the Labrador current for
producing our late springs and con
stant foga. ..
"Now to choke oR this destructive
.Labrador current, Mr; Riker says:
"It onlv remalna'for man to nlace an
obstruction that shall malntahV a po
sition a few Inchea above tbV con-
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Scries Of Speeches ta The smh, All Of Which
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LouleVJ.;thepard. , There will be nc
ushefe. The ceremony will be per
farmed' by the Rev.'jDr. Russell ef Irv
InftenVCtnly a few Intimate frlandi
have, beea invited beeldse relatives o
the eentractlng parties.
INSANE PATIENT KILLED
ATTENDANT . ARRESTED
tioiumous, t,. Jan. 20. Oral IJest..
22, an, nttendnnC it the Columbus
Itate hospital. Is held at the city
rlson as a result of the death of
ohn .Barnhart. 53 a Madison county
patient, who .has been. In the hospital
for 19 years. According tp a state
ment made bv another aitondant.
Best attacked tlarnhart with a base
hall bat, when tho rpatl?nt hesitated to
leave, for an' airing with other pa-UentB.-
Best denies the .charge. Hq
malntnihB Barnhart iwas'lnjnred by a
fellow patient. Best fprmerly whs a
teacher In .Adoms'eqnnty. '
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money.
..Drys
lire planning an
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1 111 17 lill 117 I 111!
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W JfrM&$ "CoHrabl, S. 'p.',,Jan.f2e,-TBecaMsa
W :Vf MJ: Oxvernb, Bleaa" bar reeelre4no;for-
HLV ")Vi yvtiotiVcaiTOTr' Wllson;'ahr because,
A ;4PWIBfWd;the
js'ohvnlK, U., Jan. 29. Kdwiura
,gle,. nn plfnploye of' a rlano factorj' rat
Vonroeyillo, wns rendered uncon
fcipus by u flash of lightning;, Jfagle
' tfas near an open window when
struch. It whs nearly -khMiour beforp
"ne rofovorod frnin, tha-shock.
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1 PhUadeiphia Jan.. '20. The steam..'
ship Carthasenlan of the; Allen Jino.
Trora LlVerpooJ, nTrived-inuortwltli ,1
tiirllUnij Btory- of 'fighting flro nt, sea
wullo thq wind blow at; the ratq of CO
inliea a,n hour. For n'lnb, liours thtf
two women and 21, men', comprising'
tho passengers, assisted tho crow In
.fighting-' tbe flames.: 'S., p, S." calls,
toro tlasliqd In every sdIrcotloii to bo
taken lip by three ocean ilnorn, wlilch
hurrSod to, t,ho B?Brslnnee of iho bup
'Jng EterfniBliip, only to-be lold nuer
runnlrts forced draft .for ;m!cH, that
flro liad rcn t'otlt'ii ii;)1or itov.tm'
HAS IAPSE
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tms$&&
matter- that la In movemeBt" -
To. let the ocean Itself build ap this
great, sandbar from Its depths7 be
would stretch across the banks 'some
obstructor; such as a great sable that
has' been, saturated.' with asphaltum
aiid weighted, with wire, or otherwise.
It, should .have the requisite specific
gravity to cause It, to Just sink la the
ocean and rest lightly 'upon the bot
tom or bed, and having less specific
gravity than the as or, other deposit
it will thereby be prevented from
sinking Into or being burled by the
deposit by virtue of its greater buoy
ancy, It being heavier than the water
but lighter than the sand.
Representative Calder's bill provides
for a commission to Inquire into the
feasibility of such "a plan. When tho
Investigations .of this commission are
completed, Mr, Riker says that the
carrying out of his scheme would be
come a matter for international action.
Cluvelantir O., Jan: 20. After wan-
'tiering about, Ohio; for. a week' with
his Idontlty l06t,7Jnmes u tinennera
recovered bis mental, facilities an-i
communicated with' his parents in
Middletown nnd twltti his sweetheart.
Miss Elizabeth -Klr.wln, 24, of Ohm
Wle, O. Shepherdsays ho rompm
bers" nothing froml'th'o tlmo ho board--od
a traia.at Mlddlo'town for Olbndalo
last Tuesday, whlcll'waB to haVe boon
his wciWIng day,' until bo found 'him
self ultttng In tho lobby of a hotel
here.
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eiforeinan ffor "the lCpnnoc(ing
ftorgnilli(ein,en'Afhe .jitboiV his'grqyud
' K.l'.o: Vlntriuil1.'friValli, InVllVlllb'
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1lalmw'ay .nW,9M'?y WSWffi'i "' WwWWr?mm WaT"f,,'BB.eSiT Si'so-Z5i.?ull .wlrf itl tne ch-ar ;,n7"f. the1 biggest paptaln Turneriever saaf H
JSiW.'iimm'li mnhjjmn' FW - ' Z -JS.' m V ' Vin" ' ? ' ' t bridgedthe;solid mass thWtf'thi,' . ?4y, V , fcm' ,i
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Columbus, O.i Jan.. 20. Ooveruor
Cox' was tendered ;a rountng demon
Btrati4n when .tie YlHltcdtlhepenitori
i!ary'v,Bi the .Ume'tbtf ,a?'ryic?;i'n the
ejfaiiel wnra'helhg- qondlrotad' ' W
,ran.g.pjsti ,B!I1-; . SundV- ,Tne syr;
vScW.we, 'sfoppeal 'wlicnV.tloverhor
: lo v(ntere4Xtheit.Wrov'c'rS
wv&vsfMtir'i
storm of applauna when he said! "The
state ;doesn,'t waat-to nilnt any dol
lars out. of your tears or those of your.
fiimlllcs. .1 knowjaf'tho family ties'
f.iAtwere broUoa:iaBd' the, tears that'
. irrra she'd' wlieifc'viau'cabiehere. By.
Iclrihgna you aai.help'yourBelves to ts 7 so;
LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN
CinCAOO, JAN. 20.
Cnttle Peevei, IS S59 20; Toxna
steers, $4 7007 80; western, steerx, IS 0
fill 15i atocVem unci fifdors. 4 S07 0i
cows and heifers, 'i 7B7 40; calvue,;
17 00010 KO.
Ilova-Mght. 17 S07 55; moa, 17 25
7 574t heaT, 17 1007 0; roush. 7 10
7 25; pigs. IB 0081t45l
8hintnlirt Imb Native oheep, II 75
6 15: wfftcrn, II 756 1.1: yenrllnip.
U S9(?'8, 25; hntlvo lambs, IS 75ffl9 00;
weHtorni IB- 804J9 ,P0.
, v'li?nt No. 2 r1 " ,2'1 w- Corn
No. 2 yellow, tOftQCftc. Oata-iNa, J
' EAST 71UFFAT.O. JAN, 29.
Cnttl IUmvj- steerp, 5S 50O9 ((O; alilp
Plnji uteer. IS 0QOS 60: butcher cwutln.
17 KOffSOO; bulls'. H JrtQG H; mlllcoraand
spr ngcrp, 50 OugoO 0o: calves. Ill OO
12 00.
tloa's Ileovlfa, 7 S507 OOj mediums;
Washington, Jan. 20. In the discs
sion that has been going oa quietly
here In regard to the reorganization
ef the Republican party, Senator Wfl
Ham . Borah of Idaho has been men
tioned more frequently as the man
about whom the scattered Republican
forces caa be rallied. This talk- has
become' so strong, and definite recent
ly that many Republicans have been
predicting that Senator Borah will be
one of the most prominent candidate's
for ithe' Republican nomination In
1916.
If any doubt, existed on this point,
k was dissipated when It became
Ljmown thatiBehator Eorih' is soon to
pietrmrar'aeriesrdfrdcaen'-Tipwcbea
In the south. All ot these? will be ef
a political character. The Idaho sen
ator also Is scheduled to deliver a
speech, on Lincoln's birthday, Fb. 13,
h:fore the Union league club of Balti
more, Senator Borah's friends say
that1 on that occasion he will express
some views pa the reorganization of
the Republican party that undoubted
ly wHl attract the attention of the en
tire country, Mr. Borah will fellow
ap this, address with his speakiBr
tour In tho south. Senator Borah is
a Republican of pronounced progres
sive tendencies, but refused to follow
Colonel Roosevelt In the last cam
,palgn.
Although little has been sold, re
cently of the, movement to reform the
Republican party along progressive
lines, It has been making a rapid ad-
, vanco under1 tbe surface, and in the
opinion of party leaders here soon
will assume formidable proportions.
The new movement contemplates
.the temporary elimination of the old
regular leaders In 'the Republican
party and the,, putting forward of men
of well-known progressive, views,
.it has been learned that since the
'i,
election mnch active work has beeaf
sating ea quietly looking to the re
organisation of the Republican party.,
This la particularly true ot the statesv
West of the Mississippi. The'laterm--Mob
that has been received from Penns
ylvania is particularly enceuragiuK
to the Republicans. Senator Wackst:
has been hearing good reports froao,
usuiOTnia, wmie oenaiora 'iwmaunss .
and Kenyon of Iowa report that tha' ,''
third party movement Is practicalbF " -r-'
eliminated la their states Senator La. ,
VoMette of Wlacoasla is in 'the sew
movement.
Tke reports -which the Republic
leaders are receiving' from the state
all Indicate Jhat there la a dtspoal'.lo; ;, .
a4BWSr-paMBaBMB&RepntHlSSBW'BHamCt-4-'-.
sack into toe-party organisation.
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Princeton. N. J., Jan. 20. Prcal-dent-elect
Wilson, who as governor of
New Jersey Is tbe ex-ofUclo chairman
of the board of trustees of Princeton
university, was refused admittance la.
n lt a-,!! l'lfktfftlS'a Ba - &!, ,,a
mlt to vifiit the building. Afterwards;, ?,:'
(he tried the door, but it was looked, ,,'.
M...I 1. . ,,mrf nm.. In tfa.(.n, .ltk A .
nvil liu ,u4ttcii nimi m iumusi "i,uxj ,is
the remark, "There's an Ignoramu
ver thcro and a locked door here."
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NEW CURE
Hew. te Iron Fringes.
Brush frlnci'K on towels and tabled-
rtoths with :i whisk broom before Iron-' j.,
Ihv nnil thur -clll Iw llirhtnnil fl ilflf-r ' ! '
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' 'Berlin. Jan'. 20. J. Prescott Simp
son of Clovolnnd, O., and Dr. Carl
fctiitz of TTpper Bandusky, O., arrived
In Dorliu to undergo Fro.erlck, Prled
7 t'O; Vorkin. I" 058 oc: piss. ?7 xstj ; niann's purported euro for tubercu-
K no: rouirn-., ( vv. aas, o uuiu. -.
aiioep. and T.nnhw YtarDniW, fS 00"J
H P5: wetnera, IB oW vr. nunoa nneep,
J5 7DT'fi tit' oivc's, -13 50$5 75i Utmb
6 O0U9 25.
PITTST'tmO. JAN. 20.
Cnttb OiqIcp. IS AOOS 78. prlmo, 1110
Rv40; tidy- butclicrs. 17 25W7 65: lielfM.
14 E0V7 "6: ,fnt cows, ,13 tofl'6 75: IjiiIIh,
14 OOftB 751 mlikcrB and rrlncra. f35 no,
76 1( calves, IS 00O11 50.
Horn Hwyy hoss, 17 70: heavy mixed.
7 7f.7 80: meiMums and Yorkers, 17 85
feT 80: T.ia'n. 17 B0O7 75.
Pheep and Lamb-Prhne wethers, II 10
mixed. 15 006 0:., lambs,, ,5; 6009 ,00.
CINCINNATI, JAN. 20.
Cattle Steers. 15 008 25; cowa, 12 75
6 50; heifers, 14 6007 00; calves, 00
C&ll 00.
jlopn w Packers, 17 BSiffT ,70 common
sow. IS "0J6 75; plc and lights, 13 25
07 SO'iatairs, IB 006 40.
Sheep and tAmbs Sheep, 12 7504,15;
lambs, 15 75 25." t
Wheat No, 2 red, II 1201, 15. Com
Ko. 2 rotxedi BlfT53o, Oat No. 2 routed,
!5f354o. Hye No. 2, C8(368o.' .
CLEVELAND; JAN. 20.
Cattle Choice f.t steers. $7 78 0;
'0l3.
BIG LOSSES ON BOTH SIDES
Sharp Engacornent Fought Between
Turkish and Greek' Fleets.
Constantinople, Jan. 20, The min
istry of the Interior haa Issued a re
port ot nn en'"iTO""'nt between the
Turkish and Greek fleets, ibetweeh.fhef, )W -, J
'stands or Tenodos and1 Lomcos, lasffi?
he several hours, , t'"
.According to this official report, ' '
ncre were ncavy toesea on uom waea.t ; .ja
The' Tu'.h'sh fleet returned safely -.to..1', IK.M
the Dardanelles and the wounded ar-V 'jA
hnlnir hTni.oht ,tn f'n:ir.inrtlnnnlfi. 'il' '-ftTl
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Steubeinlllc, O., Jan., ,20. StJiilreV'A1 .
. Li .1, .j 'i -ij' - -
Vi bis 'will bequeaths nearly SjbO.uuOV J
to the various educational instltutluns fl. (I
f tho .united Presbyterian church, ,fi
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a.
Now York,. Jan. 20, Tho top of a;
colossal sea that smote tho" steamer,
Mnuretanla while alio was) buckipg
'na'a nf Iho worst tempests of thftwln.
roo.1 to Clio io steers. !.QI75helfors, v Wednesday. BtazEcred her for Ti.
rai cows, o mwi, n piiu.. - r: -.,-, , ,. '
milkers and prlngera.-lJi) oo moment' and awoke most ot 'the,: pas;
V) .r'Pi uiu crgpi.toaafli;!!.
HAURETANIA STAGGERED .&&
WHILE JiHTINC TEMPESj;
". - '.tfA
4". IY
hcaVv teak rail of the prumenadeo
deck ripped more than 30; feet of Itfj'!
ship's) water lino, but thaMoaot'
meanthe wave was so high,-as thai1;.
Mauretanla plunged her Boseunaet'.,
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