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THE PERRYSBURG. O., JOURNAL, FRIDAY MARCH 15, 1912. -" SUFFRAGE CI AO PUT TO A V8 CON. CON. SUBMITS QUESTION TO REFERENDUM BY A WIDE MARGIN. WILL BE SUBMITTED TO PEOPLE Propbsltlon Had Sixteen More In IU Favor In the Convention Than Was Necessary for Its Passage. Columbus. Tho knotty question of whether or not women in Ohio shall bo given tho right to vote was referred to tho electors of tho stato by tho action of tho constitutional convention. Tho voto was 76 to sub mit tho woman suffrago question to tho pooplo and 34 ngalnBt. Tho voto camo at tho ond of a morning of in tense lntorest, in which both sides scored in tho arguments. Tho gal leries woro filled with Interested and excited women and girlB, who freely gavo vent to their feelings during tho debato and when tho suffrago victory was announced. Tho suffragettes in tho galleries plainly outnumbered their opponents. Tho action of tho convention means that when tho proposed now constitu tion Is submitted to tho people, tho question of whether or not tho women of tho stato shall be given tho right to voto shall be submitted along with It, but as a separate amendment Tho suffrago amendment, If ratified by tho people, not only will give women tho right to voto, but will take out of tho franchise section of the constitution tho word "white," placed there in 1852. This word would bar the negro voto woro it not for tho constitution of the United States. Thus for senti mental reasons tho colored vote of the stato 1b being depended on to aid in carrying tho amendment when it readies tho people. The fact that tho amendment got in the convention 1G votes more than was necessary to submit it, indicates tho general sentiment of the dele gates. On the question tho Franklin coun ty delegation split, Professor Knight voting against submission of the suffrage amendment and Delegates Peters and Harbarger voting for it The morning session preceding tho flonal vote, was featured by another ineffectual effort to have the woman suffrago question first submitted to the women of tho stato for their de termination. The effort fallled G2 to 38. ATTACK ON DICTAGRAPH Andrews' Counsel Insist Machine Is a Fake Test Falls In Some Measure. Columbus. Counsel for Senator L. R. Andrews, on trial for bribery, are claiming that tho dictagraph test made in court proves their conten tion that tho dictagraph "is a fake." Wlillo tho prosecution admits that tho stenographer on the receiving end of tho dictagraph failed to get all that was said in an ante-room off the court room, where tho transmitting instru ment was placed under a couch, un der circumstances similar to those at the Chittenden hotel where tho detec tives are alleged to have entrapped the legislators, they are not admitting that tho test was a failure. Detective Frank Harrison Smiley, Burns operative, was on the witness stand practically all afternoon. Upon direct cxnmlnantion, he told of com ing to Columbus, April 25, and said he Installed tho dictagraph in rooms 316 and 317, Chittenden hotel, April 28. Smiley related tho story previously Smiley then related tho story pre viously told by him in the DIeglo case. NOT TO APPOSE LICENSE Superintendent Wheeler of Anti-Saloon League Says Anderson Pro posal Is Not Half Bad. Columbus. One of tho develop ments in connection with the con stitutional convontlon was tho decla ration of Supt. Wayne B. Wheeler of the Anti-Saloon league that that or ganization will not oppose the adop tion of tho Anderson liquor license proposal. Many dry men beliovo Its adoption would bo the biggest dry victory in the stato since tho cam paign of tho league was started. Certain of tho liberal license lead ers have urged continuation of tho fight in tho hopo of removing certain rcatrictions, but others are content to Bee tho proposal pass final reading in tho present form. MAY MOVE THE HOME. OolumbUB. Tho value of many pieces of real estate near Wor thington has been boosted 100 per cent sinco tho Methodist committee a few days ago decided that vlllago was to bo tho slto of tho proposod chil dren's homo for the denomination in Central Ohio. It Is claimed that if the values continue to lncrcaso the eommlltoo may select a different site from that proposed and locate the homo soraowhoro between Worthing ton and Delaware. FUMES NEARLY FATAL Men Who Had Stayed All Night in Qnrage Nearly Killed by Gas. Columbus. Gas fumns from a coko, stovo In tho SltEreavos-Packard taxi cab garago on Capital street over camo two employes Wednesday morn ing, and both Darroll Horsoy, 21, and Joo Arras, 20, aro now undor treatment at St Francis hospital. Arras' condition Is nioro serlouso than that of Hersey, but it was bo Hevod ho will recover. Tho mon had spont tho latter part of tho night in tho garage, which 1b heated by a big open coko stove. When other employes camo to work Wednesday, they pounded on tho door and attracted tho at tention of Horsoy, who opened it, but as ho did so ho fell backward on tho floor. Ho got up, but fell again and was seized with spasms and gasped for breath. Arras was found asleep in an( automobile. He was aroused, but when ho attempt ed to walk, fell helpless and gasping on the floor. Dr. J. W. Birmingham, 83 South Front street, wns called and he Im mediately ordered tho garage opened and ventilated and called tho police, who rushed tho man to St. Francis hospital in police autos. Horsey wa3 ablo to walk, but Arras had to bo carried into the hospital. OHIO SHOE MEN ELECT A. E. Pitts Re-elected President Dis cuss Proposed Suit Enter tain Salesmen. Columbus. A. E. Pitts of Colum bus was re-elected prcsidont of the Ohio Retail Shoo Dealers' asso ciation, at tho annual convention of that body at tho Chittenden hotel Ed Ii. Parker of Mt Vernon was elect ed secrotary. Other officers elected aro: George Schraffenberger of Cin cinnati, first vice president; T. J, Da vis' of NclBonvllle, second vico presi dent; L. W. Wright of Springfield, treasurer. Wednesday, tho last day of tho con vention, delegates discussed the suit which is to bo brought against the El liott Button Machine company of Grand Rapids, Mich., which is said to have a monopoly in restraint of trade. The delegates entertained the traveling shoo salesmen and shoo man2Cturcrs at luncheon at the Vir ginia hotel, Wednesday noon, and last night were to tho theater in a body. TO VOTE ON LIQUOR LICENSE. Columbus. Delegates to the con stitutional convention decided to put up to Ohio voters the question of es tablishing a restricted liquor license In the state. In tho event of Its de feat at tho polls, tho present no llcense clauso will be retained. Radical license men expressed themselves as dissatisfied with the proposal agreed upon and many open ly predicted Its defeat at the polls. Leaving to the committee on ar rangement and phraseology tho task of ironing out apparent inconsisten cies in tho proposals, tho convention passed on second reading, by a vote of 91 to 18, tho amended Anderson substitute for Mr. Anderson's propo sal No. 151. The proposal as finally adopted by tho conventnlon is a com promise and contains drastic 'restric tions. SLAIN IN HIS ROOM. Akron. Joe Palovich, aged 32, lies dead in a local boarding house and tho police aro scouring tho city in search of Mike Babrlch, aged 35, tho alleged murderer. The men wero together In tho house and fol lowing tho firing of a shot neighbors rushed in to find Palovich lying on the floor with a bullet in his heart. Babrlch had fled. Tho cause of the shooting is not known. WELL-KNOWN PIANIST DEAD. Delaware. News was received here of tho death in Fairmont, Cal., of Mrs. S. H. Blakeslee, an accomplished pianist, connected for 14 years with tho Ohio Wesleyan Conservatory of Music, of which her husband was head from 1884 to 1898. She had taught In Fairmont collego the last nine years. The body will bo brought here for interment UNCONSCIOUS SIX HOURS. Zanesvllle, For fully six hours William A. Romine, aged twenty-four, a telegraph operator at So nora, sat unconscious at his key until an evening train, failing to get its sig nals, discovered his plight. Still un conscious, ho Is said to bo dying of concussion of the brain last night. His family says ho was kicked on the forehead by a colt at noon, but the Injury was considered trifling at tho time. TRAIN HURTS TWO IN AUTO. Akron. While returning from Bar. berton recently, in an automobile, Clyde Berry, attornoy and former city solicitor, and Dr. A .F. McCormick woro struck by an Erie freight at a grade crossing in Barborton and cai rlcd down the track 400 feot. Tho mon wero rushed to tho city hospital, whore tho wounds that they re ceived wore carefully dressed. It is thought by tho physician that thoy will recover. Tho automobile was n tptal wreck . GREAT SURGICAL FEAT DOCTOR PERFORM8 WONDERFUL OPERATION ON MAN. Physician Supplies New Interior Wall of Gold Wire for Principal Trunk of the Arteries. New York City. An assomblago of physicians and surgeons, many of them from othor cities, wns hold spoil bound by an operation performed by Dr. William C. Lusk. A now Interior wall of gold wire was supplied for a dlstonded aorta, tho prlncipnl trunk of tho arteries, as tho natural wall had boen worn to such a thlnnesB that It threatened to burst at oach boat of tho heart To perform tho operation it was necessary to pierce tho wall of this artery. Had tho worn walls ripped or cracked under tho pulsations of tho heart while tho operation was in prog ress tho patient's death would havo been a matter of momonts. Under tho conditions it was neces sary to uso only local anaesthesia and tho patient was conscious through out. Henry Griffin, tho patient is 53 years old, works as a fireman and lives in Collego Point L. I. Ho was admitted to Bollovuo on January 8 last, suffering with aneurism of tho aorta or tho dilation of this largest and most important of tho arteries. Tho dilation was just below tho arch, behind tho sterum, or breast bono, and had caused tho walls of tho artery to wear to a thinness whore thoy wero transparent It is predicted that Griffin will bo ablo to leave tho hospital in eight or ten days and, under ordinary circum stances, will suffer no ill conse quences and live tho natural span of his Hfo Just as though ho had never suffered tho aneurism. TWO BURM AS FIRE EATS HOME Aged Woman Is Incinerated In Bed While Husband Is Fatally Hurt Trying to Save Wife. Erie, Pa. Mrs. John McCumber, 87, was burned to death and her husband, 92, was fatally burned in attempting to rescue his aged wife at their farmhouse two miles from Cranesvllle, this county. Mrs. McCumber was 111 In bed and McCumber was preparing breakfast when the firo was discovered. Before neighbors could help McCumber had been overcome with smoko and the roof had fallen in on the old couple. The man was later dragged from the ruins, but his wife was incinerated in her bed. BOMB PROPPED INTO CHIMNEY Explosion Which Follows Tares Out Wall of Bakeshop and In jures Proprietor. Newark, N. J. Thomas MIstretta, who has a bakery in tho rear of 35 Adams street, was taken to St James' hospital Buffering from Injuries received In a bomb explosion. Ho and his son, Vito, and Salvatore Macaluso, a helper, wero working In tho shop when a bomb was dropped into the chimney of the bakery about midnight. It tore out part of the wall, wrecked the chimney and partly de molished the oven. MIstretta was struck by flying bricks, but the other two escaped Injury. FITZSIMMONS WHIPS FLIRT Former Champion Heavyweight Pugi list Knocks Out University of Chicago Student. ' Chicago, 111. Sinco tho day many years ago that Bob Fltzsimmons put away Jim Corbett with a blow to tho solar plexus at Carson City, the freckled faced gladiator never put up a better fight than ho did here. The victim this time Is Jack Taylor, Uni versity of Chicago student an all around athlete. Taylor is In the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house at tho University of Chicago nursing numer ous wounds. Fltzsimmons' explana tion of tho affair Is that Taylor tried to flirt with tho fighter's wife. INCREASE WAGES OF WOBKEBS Textile Operators of Philadelphia Also Decide to Reduce Employes' Hours of Labor a Week. Philadelphia, Pa. Tho largest tex tile operators in this city, at a se cret meeting, decided to Increase the wages of tho textile workers on an average of 5 per cent of their present wages and reduce their hours of work ing from 58 to 54 hours a week. Tho wage increaso and shortening of the working week, it is estimated, will affect 100,000 textllo workers In Phil adelphia. Most of theso workers aro employed by members of tho Union league 1,000 Decapitated In China. London, England. That 1,000 decap itations havo taken place at Peking and Tientsin in the past week is offi cially admitted, says a Peking dis patch to tho Dally Telegraph. "Only tho brush of Gustavo Doro could do justlco to tho hideoun pic ture tho streets present. Bodies Ho in groups in agonized attitudes, tho heads literally hacked off, lying whore they rollod. Tho mules and ponies snort aud refuse to approach the ter rible objects, over which tho rabbla stands and gloats." HIS MODESTY OF HIGH ORDER Tinker, of Course, Loved His Neighbor m Himself, but That Wasn't Too Much. Lord Tankorvlllo, who Is Bonding his son to an American school, said tho othor day In Now York: "Thoro aro too many Englishmen and English "boys as woll who de velop, In tho presonco of a lord, a painful and unnatural modosty. Their modesty reminds mo of a vlllago tin ker. "This tinker had a rather crusty disposition, and his pastor said to him ono day: '"My man, you should lovo your neighbor as yoursolf.' " 'Ycb, sir,' aald tho tinker. "But tho.pastor had In mind a nasty black eye that the tinker bad given tho bricklayer noxt door, and so ho went on: "'Do you, though, do you, honestly, lovo your neighbor as yourself?' "Ycs, sir; oh, yes, sir,' said tho tinker; and ho added, 'but I'm a mod est man, ye seo, and, to toll tho truth, I ain't a bit stuck on myself, sir.'" "WHY SHOULD I USE CUTICURA SOAP?" "Thero la nothing tho matter with my skin, and I thought Cutlcura Soap was only for skin troubles." True, it Is for skin troubles, but its great mis sion is to prevent skin troubles. For more than a generation its delicato emollient and prophylactic properties have rendered it tho standard for this purpose, while its extremo purity and refreshing fragrance give to it all tho advantages of tho best of toilet soaps. It is also invaluablo In keeping tho hands soft and white, the hair llvo and glossy, and tho scalp frco from dandruff and Irritation. While its first cost 1b a few cents more than that of ordinary toilet soaps, It 1b prepared with such care and of such materials, that It wears to a wafer, often outlasting several cakes of other soap, and making Its use, in practice, most economical. Cutlcura Soap is Bold by druggists and dealers everywhere, but tho truth of these claims may bo demonstrated without cost by sending to "Cutlcura," Dept L, Boston, for a liberal sam ple cake, together with a thirty-two pago book on the skin and hair. His Preference. Winkleby gazed at tho now triplets with fatherly prldo, but not a little apprehension In his eye, nevertheless. "What are you thinking, dear?" ask ed Mrs. Winkleby, softly. "Nothing, dear, nothing," he said, folterlngly, "only don't you think that It would bo wiser for us hereafter to build up our little family on the In stallment plan?" Harper's Weekly. A Mild Suggestion. "Why," asked the benevolent trust magnate, as he wiped away a furtive tear of regret, "oh, why is tho world so down on us?" "Perhaps," suggested his friend, "It Is because you persist In holding It up." Baby Cried Day and Night with Colic till she was S months old, then we got Kopp's Baby's Friend and that cured her. Used It also when she was teething and cannot speak too highly of It, so writes Mrs. L. P. Plum mer, Rockland, Mo. Sold by druggists, 10c, 25c. and 60c, or sent direct by Kopp's Baby's Friend Co., York, Pa. Sample by mall on request. Indications. "Don't tell mo that girl is used to the best society." "What makes you think she Isn't?" "Why, if you notice, she Is polite to everybody she meets.". Ererythlnjryou need offered free. Br conduct ing a Walker Co-operative Club you can Ret clothing and furniture and almost anything else without cost. 8,000 articles. 224-page Cat alofrue No. IS explains eTerytulnjr. Write today for it. W. & II. Walker, Pittsburgh, Pa. It boosts a young man wonderfully In the estimation of a girl if his front name is tbe same as that of the hero in a romantic novol or play. The simple life is best. Let your only medicine be Garfield Tea, the pure and proven remedy. All druggists. It's the contrariness of her sex that Induces a woman to agree with a man just when he doesn't want her to. Mrs. Wtnslow'a Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gumi, reduces Inflamma tion, allays pain, oures wind colic, Jc a bottlo. Occasionally a bachelor thinks he will marry a certain girl until he dis covers that she thinks likewise, alno. TO CURE A COLTi IN ONE DAT Take I.AXATIVH IIIIOMO . Quinine Tablets. Drnfgisisreiuna money ii it iaus to cure, UUOVU'S signature Is on eaeh box. Sic. K.W. Lapland is a groat country for small children. Why Buffer under the curse of Dyspepsia when Garfield Tea can removo it? Some mon make matters worso 11 they try to explain. NKHsKfl II m 1 .IIH Hi I 1 II B I ftsssMWsjPisJasCJssssssItVIWH "IK"' IssssK sssssB UssssW HO BjB jjHjjHjjHjjHjjH BtVR wjV B HH HjR VjsssssBB sHH BJ yHsssrerr,s"rT . m. ' n hmmBKIKKBIKtKKKKKKlaKBKtK pJpBjfcrfc ysj, "Mum ji i'jUmBBJmIBJBjB h ml Bn V Tf a 1 B n H ilaA A 1 U I A By T jf IB fl I pj StflfHKM (ADs9M T m htfl b flBjT U B J B B jpjVBmBBVbbjj Counterfeiter Gets Stiff Sentence. William Fink, a Brooklyn, N. Yi, dealer In drugs, wis sentenced by the Now York Court of Special Sessions, to Imprison ment In tho penitentiary at hard labor, for four months. The onarso was coun terfeiting the trade-mark for Carter'o Lit tle Liver Fills, In violation of the pcnnl law. The Carter Medicine Company detected the counterfeit before any quantity of the .spurious Roods had been placed upon the, market. In sentencing Fink, Judge Deuel laid special stress upon the Injury done to tho publlo when a remedy so woll known as Carter's Llttlo Liver Pllla Is counter feited and put on the market. Ho Im posed the sentence not only as the prop er punishment of Fink himself, but In or der to deter others from tho commission of lllco frauds In tho future. Mixed tho Orders. A local doctor onco sent his man with a box of pillB to a patient, and a hamper containing six llvo pullets to bo loft at tho house of a friend. Un luckily tho messongor bungled over his errand, and took tho hamper to tho pa tient and tho pills to his master's friend. Imagine the consternation of tho patlont on receiving along with tho fowls tho following proscription: "Two of theso to bo swallowed ev ery half hour." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottlo of CASTORIA, a safo and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Ttpnrn iht Signature of CfL&VJzfcs In Uso For Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorin A Dead One. Hewitt You should say nothing but good of the dead. Jewott But I hate to praise you to your face. Tho woman who cares for a clean, wholesomo mouth, and Bweet breath, will And Poxtino Antisoptio a joy ior over. At druggists, 25c a box. A Cruel Thrust. He Old ago has no terrors for me. She It needn't have if it's true that brainy mon live long. To Dyspeptics: Others have found a steady course of Garfield Tea a pleasant means of regaining health. Why not you 7 No ono but a gossip can attend to everybody's business at tho same time. Hoxsle's Cronp Remedy Is a certain enra and prerentlTO of Colds. Coucbs and Croup. No opium no nausea. Sold by Druggists, M cents. A married woman's description or an ideal man seldom fits her husband. v yjbbbsi Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a positive cure for weakness and disease of the feminine organism. It allayi inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pain. Tones and builds up the nerves. Do not permit a dishonest dealer to substitute for this medicine which has a record of 40 years of cures. ' No, thank you, I want what I ask for." Dr. Plerce'M PJesssst Ptlltta Indue mild natural bowel movement onot a dav 1 I Irw SBffitJlar cripple with rheumatism for two years and I could not move at all s had to be carried from place to place. I tried remedies and could not get bet ter, until I tried Sloan's Liniment. One bottle fixed me up in good shape and now I always have tt bottle in the house for my wife and children." SLOAN S LINIMENT kills any kind of pain. Good for Neuralgia, Toothache, Lumbago anfl Chest Pains. Sold by all dealers. Price 25c, SOo. and fl.OO. Sloan's book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Foultry sent free. Address DD. EARL S. SLOAN - Doeton. Maw. No Lame Horses Yon Will Use ftittle's Elixir Don't reelect ths Ura or op becanse other thtnxa lisre failed. W hen yon stop lo thin that there are hnp areas or tliouisnas ot liorsestbat JiaTe been made soona and re kept sonnd, kept at their hsrd work d7 In and 1j out-thants to TuttWs ElUlr-tnen Gu ulir realize that it's time ran tried It, too. let proTBtojouth&tit CU RES Cnrb. Splints, Bpatln lameness. Itlng Bone, Knotted Cordi, Cockle Jolntt, Spralnt,Don7Qrowthe,Bnlllnri,8h BollnindFonnrier.WiUmperanflCollo It nerer falls to locate lameness, and the then, finds who naTO tried It itillteU 70utb.1t It makes tnennest Ira nmi frortr wuah thereTeruted. Bend for the proof a, wo want yon to know alio ot the-remarkablo cnratiro powers of Tattle's Worm Powdera, TnttU's Oondltlen roirders,nd Tnttle's Hoot Ointment. Your dealer telle Tutlle's remedies. If not. lend 11a tile name and 60c. In stamps and ire mil tend alaree site botlto prepaid. Don't exper iment. Oct Tnttle'a and be auie. sVHVTVT "Veterinary Experience," JTXvIIjEj loapsce book of TaluaWo information to eTerr horse owner. Enables you to be yonr own Tetertnarr. Writ for it to-day enclotlaf a cents lor postage. TUTTU'8 EUXin CO., 200 BiYtrly Bt,Botton, Hut, DR. J. D. KELLOGG' ASTHMA Romody for the prompt rollof of Aethmn and Hay Fovor. Ask your druggist for It. Write lor FREE 8AMPLB NORTHROP & LYMAN CO., Ltd BUFFALO, NX MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN Relieve I'everlshness. Constlosv tlon.Coldsand correct disorders of the stomach and bowels. Uiid by Mothers for 22 y tart. AtallDruf cists 55c. Samnle mailed FHI1R. nxotuiKX. Address A. S. Olmsted, La Rey, fs. V. THE NEW FRENCH nEMEDY.Ho..le,2.JoJ THERAPION SSJ&ESS quiit success, cores files, iidket. oUddir disv basis. cnnONio ulcus, run Kaurtloxs-surniR sex gmA s4drtii tsvrlop fee TRIE bottM te Dr. L. Cure, HID. CO , IM.VIBSTOCK ED., mXrSTXAD. LOXDOH, Xflk FOR WALLS AND 0EILINQ9 GOES ON LIKE MUT'lOOK LIKE Hill FArER; TOD CM WASH IT JL beantltnl Ulnstr&ted book of 31 colors and I'hoto nraptas sentf reo. Bend yonr namo and address to the ilS STONE VAUNisU CO.. llrooklyn, N.. Watsan It. Celo tnan.WasJ lnrton.D.tt Bookslne. Ulzs est nferencea. nest itiott W. N. U.f CLEVELAND, NO. 11-1912. psaS-v! It only ono of many symptoms which some women en dure through weakness or displacement of tho womanly organs. Mrs. Lizzie White of Memphis, Term., wrota Dr. R. V. Pierce, ns follows : "At times I was hardly ablo to bo on my foot. E believe I bad every pain and acho a Tromatt could have. Had a very bad case. Internal organs wero Tory much diseased and my book was very weak. I suffered a great deal with nervous headaches, in fact, I suffered all oror This was my condition when I wrote to you for advice. After taking your 'Pororlte Prescript tion for about three months can say that Bay health was nerer better." Relief from BJieumatis Try Sloan's Liniment for your rheu matism don't rub just lay it on lightly. It goes straight to the sore spot, quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints ana stops the pain. Here's Proof Mrs. Julia Thomas of Jackson, Cal., writes: "I have used your lini ment for rheumatism with much suc cess." Martin J. Tunis, 160 16th Ave., Paterion, N. J writes i "I was a t- 1 S' v. -.