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FOUND IN PRISON SAYS HE SAW A REAL GHOST "Mdterlallied Spirit" Vlolta a Clergy. man In London ;-oj o iuojuod ojmb stm on ;oan jv London. A wonderful ghost story ls agitating high society, according to Tho London Express. Tho principals aro -people of tho highest social posI tlon. Tho vicar of a Kensington church was leaving tho church after tho choir practice when a lady stepped out of SOME ARE OLD OFFENDERS itones to come with her at onco to an address near by. Men Seeking Parole Tell of Benefit Their Creations Will Bring to Mankind Ofen They Were Wanly Respected as Worklngmen Before Their Conviction Lansing, Kan. Rccont hearings bo fdro the Board of Parole of the Stato Prison her indicates that prison soll tudo Is a stimulant for on inventive but erratic mind. In tho cases of a dozen or more men who recently havo sought "another chance," it has been pleaded by them or for them that thoy bavo developed worthy and profitable patents that thoy could mako of great benefit to the human race if they should bo freed. It is also urged that thcao patents will give to theso men an occupa tion that will aid them In "making good." No. 4555, recently released, whilo In jgfflBEBgBSBaB3EaBg5gBaBaiB5l Love Sets The Tune "ohl!,.UEhfl1L?"f Nesta Appetizing Ways of Utiliz- ing Remains of Roast TEMPTING OISHES 'LEFT- ROM OVERS" "A gentleman Is dying there," sho said. "Ho Is extremely concerned about tho stato of his soul and anxious to seo you boforo he dies." Tho clergyman followed her to a waiting taxicab, and a short drivo 'round tho corner brought them to a mansion. Tho lady, who seemed to bo oxtromoly agitated, urged tho vicar to hurry. Ho sprang out of tho cab, rang ,tho boll, and a buttlcr appeared. "Does Mr. llvo hero?" "Yes, sir." "I hear ho is seriously 111 and has sent for me." Tho butlor seemed astonished al most beyond words. Ho expostulated that his master won not ill, that as a matter of fact ho was In tho best of health. "But this lady " exclaimed tho prison Invented a plpo wrench that la vicar, as ho turned around and then an said to have advantages over any on tho market- Ho had a long career aa superintendent of largo machine shops and is an excellent mechanic and of good executive ability. Ho was ad dicted to sprees, and during ono of these he was arrested on tho chargo that sent hi mto prison. That was after ho had reared a family of boys and girls to self-sustaining age. Ho declared tho day he left prison that his conviction was a frame-up. No. iTZS has patented a non-refill-aWo bottle that has undoubted merit. He i3 serving flvo to 21 years. No. 473S owns a long list of rall- cxpresslon of blank astonishment camo over him. Tho taxicab and the lady had com pletely dlsBapearcd. Tho butler looked on tho clergyman aa either a madman or a practical joker, and was about to slam the door when his master camo along tho pas sago and inquired what it was ail about. "Aro you M,r. T" asked tho cler gyman. "I heard that you were seri ously 111, that you wcro concerned about your soul and that you had sent for me." Ho described tho lady who had road patents, which havo Interested brought him, and the "dying" man said prison officers, who are planning a stock com pan yto promote their use One Is a rail binding joint that la said to be better and 75 cents cheaper than any on the market. Another patent la on an air device that permits tho engi neer to dump tho load off any properly equipped fiat car In his train. A third is a detachable too cork foa r horse shoe. There aro others In his list. No. 3S39. serving his third term, has a device that ho declares will enable an engineer to open or close a switch without leaving his engine. No. 313&, in prison for the firth time, had perfected, ho says, a pneumatic machine into which bundles of lath may be fed and which will place them in position on the wall and nail them, with pneumatic hammers. He is an expert lather. No. 4461, serving his fourth term, was known as an expert electrician ho could not identify her; that he had no such friend of acquaintance. They discussed this matter on tho doorstep for a few moments, and then the cler gyman was Invited to como inside. "It is very strange," said Mr. "that you should have been sent on such an errand in such a mysterious way. As a matter of fact, though, I am ' perfectly well, I havo been troubled lately about tho stato of my soul, and I havo been seriously contemplating calling upon you to discuss the matter with you. Now that you are here lot us brush aside this strange incident, ' and if you will give mo the time we will discuss Tvhat has been on my con science." Tho clergyman stayed for an hour or so, and it was then arranged that his I now acquaintance should come to the church tho next morning and they would continue their discussion after when convicted. Ho has built a ma- service. Ho did not appear at the chine which he describes as being a church, and tho vicar, very much in combined dynamo, motor, alternator; terested, called to seo what was the step-up, step-down, high and low-ten- matter. Ho was met at tho door by tho sion transformer. butlor, who told him that his master No. 3647 has patented a clothes rack bad died ten minutes after he left tho which is in use in the Warden's real- house on tho previous evening, dence. Ho is serving his first term, Thoy went upstairs to the bedroom but has violated two paroles. j where the dead man lay, and on a table No. 4299 has invented a vacuum in tho middle of the room stood a por- Wynne, music teacher. It was a November day, with a yollow fog. You know thorn. Tho fog Btung tho Welsh girl's eyelids, got down her throat, reddened hor poor little noso, and mado her long, oh, so hopelessly, for hor pure nativo moun tain air. Oh, how Nesta hated It allt And upstairs In 'her own sitting-room sho heard somcono hammering on hor piano. "Oh, Mrs. Waco! Who la making that fearful nolBO in my room?" "And who should It be, miss, but the piano tuner?" retorted hor un pleasant landlady, with an unpleasant sniff. "I asked you if Monday would bo all right, If you remember, miss, and you said 'Yes.' And tho piano being bo shockin' out of tune " "Oh, very well! Send me up somo tea, please, I must havo that, piano tuner or no piano tuner. "D. T'. D!" resounded through tho room, thumped by a man's finger There was a trill on the piano; a chord, then, sweet and clear, a few bars of the old Welsh song, "Charm of Love " "How dare he play a Welsh tune, The tune Dick Owen used to sing long ago!" cried Nesta angrily. She threw open tho door and flung Into the sitting-room. "G. G. G!" went tho piano tuner. "Oh, do stop it!" Nesta almost shrieked. "Do leave off now!" Quickly the piano tuner wheeled round. His eyes met the brown eyes of tho young music teacher. "Nesta!" he cried, amazed. And sho cried hack, "Dick! Dick Owen!" How they laughed and clasped hands. How glad they were to see each other again. And, although Nesta had given up being romantic, how she blushed. "And what are you doing here?" he asked. "Teaching music at about nothing an hour. And you?" "Tuning pianos at five shillings." "Good graciouB!" cried Nesta, "For a living?" She made him have tea with her. "Thanks, awfully," he replied, with a twinkle. "I couldn't have afforded tea." "Dick! So hard up as that?" "Stony-broke! Goodness knows what I'm going to do for new boots. If I don't make an extra five bob this week " "Let me lend you the five shill ings," pleaded the girl. I've got that, really. Let me lend it to you." "Thanks, but I never borrow. It's my rule," said Dick firmly. "I've got to make that five bob." Nesta had an Idea. "Dick, I've been offered seven-and-slx for copying out a lot of mauscript music. It's hopelessly mixed up. I can hardly make it out. But do you care to take it on? Tasty Concoctions. BOXING MATCH Boxing fans in Toledo and vicinity have shown a great deal of interest in the boxing program of the Toledo Athletic Association that has just been announced by Secretary Lehnertz. The show will bo held in tne Terminal Au ditorium on Friday evening, June 26, under the direction of tho boxing com mission. Tho main event of ten rounds will bring together two of the best 135 pound boys in this part of the country, Patsy Drouillard, the light weight r. .i, mn.t intrinnto nninta in ' champion of Canada, meeting rrankic household economy 1b that of utilizing i Daily, of Pittsburg, who won the light shoo". 4 J. W. Snyder, Ashville, sampling gage C. E. Speck, St Marys, tiro tool. W. C. Stevens, Akron, tire-bead-making machine. II. E. Stratton, Empire, pipe-ring cutter. wt.nvnra tn an attractive and anpe tlzlng manner. It is said by the French cooks that tho American housewife is extravagant and that ho throws away in ono day what would keep a French family for two days. This, of course, Is an exagger ation, but still thoro Is a grain of truth In tho statement, and it Is worthy of attention in view of tho present high price of living in this country. The sooner the lenkages are stopped tho greater peaco of mind will dwell with the provider. In buying the marketer must look at tho piece of meat with an eyo to Judge just how many tlmeB it may appear in disguise after tho first serv ing without arousing tho family a suspicion. Fof if a roast appears on tho table three or four times in tho game form, its edges dried and tho S latter covered with the fragments of io last carving, one may bow to it as a time-honored acquaintance, but tho odors that floated from a nearby restaurant on the way home has aroused an appetite that this joint seems inadequate to appease, even ac companied by its "canned" assistants or the first "aids" to the hurry up meal weight championship of Franco in Parts last year. This bout should prove a hummer as both boys have a reputation of being willing mixers, nnd having a kick in either mit which means lights out if it lands. Johnny Mack, feather weight cham pion of the U. S. Navy and a Toledo boy, meets Alvie Miller, of Lorain, in the semi-final of eight rounds. Weigh ing in nt 122 pounds at 3 o'clock. Miller defeated Kid Gilbert at the club's last show and mado a host of friends in Toledo by his classy work. Eddie Kelly of Atlanta, Ga., and Frank Erne, of Detroit, a pair of 130 pounders, will mix it in the curtain- raiser of six rounds. Ollie Pecord, of Toledo, has been selected as the club's referee Tickets can be secured in Toledo at the Ohio Chigar, Store, Tho College Inn, Covert Bros., and the Boody House and Secor Hotel cigar stands. RECENT PATENTS Owen, Owen & Crampton, patent attorneys. 922-926 Nicholas building. Assuming that the household part-j Toledo, O., leportthe following pat- street cleaner and an acetyleno gas machine that appear to have merit Another misguided genius Is No. 3943, who is an architect of consider able merit Recently a set of plans ho drew were accepted for a Meth odist church in this State, and No. 3943 wants to bo paroled so that ho may superintend the work. Ho has a great armload of bungalows and sim ilar work that ho is ready to dispose of. No. ,02 3is a peculiar case. Ho was released a few weeks ago on tho pleas trait of the lady who had brought the clergyman in the cab from the church. "Who Ib that?" asked tho astonished clergyman. "That sir," repUed tho buUer, "Is my master's wife, who died fifteen years ago." "Rather!" agreed Dick joyfully, and ' with needed meat. ner knows the secret of good living, and purchases for dinner a leg or lamb weighing, say, seven and a half pounds and costing about ?1.30 to J1.50, according to prices in the neigh borhood in which it is purchased. The leg bone which, though always weigh ed up, is usually left with the butcher, should be cracked and 10 cents worth of other white bones sent home with It for soup. A five-cent bunch of soup greens and a 10-cent can of to matoes make a soup for two days; the first day with the vegetables in it, tho second strained and with noodles or tiny dumplings added. The first day the lamb is served with potatoes roasted with the meat a good gravy and a can of peas, followed by a crispy salad, then an inexpensive prune puff pudding and a good cup of coffee, making a four course dinner simple, yet quite tasty. The next day the dinner starts with thp clear ssoun with noodles or dump lings, then a platter of thinly sliced lamb' garnished with devilled eggs and watercress, or a platter of thinly sliced hot lamb In the gravy left from the day before. Mashed potatoes and fried parsnips are the vegetables. This Is followed by a simple celery and apple salad, and a cream rice custard, hot or iceu and coffee, which finishes the second four course dinner. Now, for the third dinner all the meat that Is left is chopped fine, mixed with boiled rice and a suspicion of onion made into croquettes, to bo fried a delicate brown. This is pre ceded by a cream of celery soup. The croquettes have a tomato sauce, baked potatoes and stewed corn are the veg etables and are followed by a cream cheese salad. The dessert is apricot pie and coffee. Thus endeth the leg of lamb, having supplied three dinners CERTAIN RESULTS Many a Grateful Render KnowB now Sure They Arc. Npthing uncertain about the work of Doan's Kidney Pills. There is plenty of positive proof of this in the testi mony of citizens of this vicinity. Such evidence should convince the most skeptical doubter. Read the following statement: Mrs. J. King, High St., Fenton Mich., says; "For years my back ached and I didn't know what was the matter. I got so bad that I could hardly work. I got dizzy so that I had to catch hold of something to keep from falling. Tho kidney secretions contained sedi ment and I knew that all these troubles were caused by disordered kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me at once. Of course, as I am well along in years and the case was ono of long standing, I don't expect them to cure me, but tho reliet 1 got. is a great blessing. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that Mrs. King had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. OCCUPATION GONE Oldest of Brooklyn Drivers Re grets Failure to Prepare for Automobile Age. New York Nicholas McConncIl, of former convicts, who ho had be- oldest coachman in Brooklyn, in un friended. Ho was sentenced for life ' folding his story of the predicament because of a murder. Ho wa3 a whis- 'Into which coachmen have been key drinker and small town "bad thrown by tho advent of tho automo- man." He had no friends to plead for him. At the prison ho was assigned to tho hospital, and aa a nurso ho has won tho friendship of all who camo to his ward. Of recent years ho had performed many minor operations. Finally tho pleas of tho former con victs he had befriended availed with the Parole Board and Governor, and his llfo term was mado 15 years, with good time off, which recently expired. No. 1923 went at onco to a largo hospital, where ho promises that ho will "make good." USED COAT ON BROOM AS RUSE Woman Makes Robbers Think Hus band Is Home Portland, Ore. Mrs. Mary McAles- or nntwlttnil tlirnn Intnwlnrn whn threatened to burn her houso when of the timo until tho taxlcabs started refused admission. Sho hung a man's to compete with us, and those inani- blle, told how the prophecy of St Columbkillo In the Sixth Century, who predicted tho "headless coach," had 'been fulfilled. McConnell said his love for horses had kept him from becom ing a chauffeur. "Had I paid heed to tho warning of St Columbkillo," ho said, "I would not havo found myself forced to sleep In a stable, separated from tho wife and two children and seeking odd jobs to got food. "I love tho horso too much. I couldn't take a liking to those foul smelling, dynamite machines. They havo no instinct no affection. "When my employer bought an auto mobllo I could not bear to give up tho horses, so I got work at a livery sta ble. Prlvato calls, funerals and taking women shopping, kept us busy most when he went he was loaded with a roll of crabbed manuscript. He brought it back In a week's time. 'Half a crown for you," said Dick. "Your share." "Thank -you," said Nesta. Then Dick bent forward, touched her little, hard-working hand, and whispered : "How about going shares for the rest of our lives? You know what that means, Nesta?" "Poverty always, and jolly hard work, but together. Should you think it worth it?" "Yes," whispered Nesta again. "I should." "Bravo little glri! My sweetheart!" "And this old piano brought us to gether. Not that It's much of a piano. I'll buy you another to-morrow," promised Dick, "a really de cent grand piano, Nesta." A roast of beef may be s'miiariy treated and the results be te as astonishing. A calf's head costs In the neighborhood of cents, dressed and split, Is a mine of good eating If properly managed The brains may be removed, bo.led In slightly salted water for 20 minutes, blanched, chopped and made Into de licious fritters The rest of the head j snoulU oe DOliea witu a suvurj auuii bunch, a slice of lemon, clove and a bay leaf Vhen the cheeks are done remove them carefully to a covered dish where they will keep warm. A little later, when the tongue is done,, remove that and skin it, and when It is cool, dice it and set it away, leav ing tho root part to chop with the other meat that falls from the bones. Strain the soup, let it cool, and then remove the grease the smaller par ticles with white blotting paper then return to the fire and add the season ing", a wine glass of sherry, thin slices ents granted to Ohio inventors on June 16, 1914: Chas. G. Quackenbush, Toledo, ship ping case. William J. Sedelbauer, Toledo, floor i luue. V. G. Apple and G. B. Sayre. Day ton, indicator. J. W. Barnes, Columbus, lock for levers. J. Cecil, Tippecanoe, tire fastening means for vehicle-wheels. C. W. Ecker, Canton, ventilator. H. J. Faubel and W. Roach, Alli ance, metallic tie and fastener. G. W. Furth, Cleveland, bale-tie buckle. C. S. Goby, Cleveland, internal com bustion engine. L. J. Gunckle, Versailles, pen ex tractor. H. H. Holtkamp, Lakewood, pneu matic action. J. B. Kirby, Cleveland, door operat- J. B. Kirby, Cleveland, vacuum cleaner. T. F. Lord, Mineral City, pipe coup ling. G. W. Lorimer, Piqua, thermostat. J. E. Matson, Sandusky, power driv en vehicle. A. C. Miller, Akron, feed water reg ulator. J. W. Miller, Akron, spudding at tachment. P. Molnar, East Lorain, horseshoe. E. Peets, Cleveland, tree surgery. F. Peiter, Cleveland, rupture pre venting structure. J. L. Rieger, Sandusky, shipping case. W. L. Schellenbach, Hartwell, taper attachment for lathes. K. L. Schuele, Lakewood, stair corn ering fastening means. C. Seybold, aDyton, paper cutting machine. C. E. Sheldon, Akron, padded horse- AGENTS ?5 to ?20 per day selling our famous soft drink extract; orangeade, wild cherry, etc.; enormoui demand; big repeater; 100 per cent profit; sample sufficient for 30 glassei 25c. United Fruit Products Co., Cin cinnati, O. DAISY FLY KILLER jRKftSK'BE: tn. all Illc. Neat, cleio. lent, cheap. Lam all seaion. aiaae 01 metal, can't id) 11 ortio overt will not loilor Injure anyinin. bmranteea enecuvt. J&m Vr'MP?rt'm ffi:s5&3?re ng Sold by dealers, or 6 sent br express pre paid for $1. E AHOLD SOLIEES, ISO DtKalb Ati.. Brooklyn, 2f. T. HOLSTEIN CATTLE In the next 30 days, I will otter for sale 200 head of hlgh-grado Holstela heifers running in age from one to three years old. a number of them springing bac to freshen now. well marked, and In pood condition. They will run 7S and 1516 Holsteln and are bred to registered bulls. Will also oiler 100 head of fully de veloped heavy milking cows, part of them fresh, and balance due to freshen soon. Also have 2G head of registered and high-grade bulls of no relation to the above cows or heifers. I will have a few choice heifer and bull calves to offer In the near future that are 161 and 3132 Holsteln, at $15.00 eack. First draft takes them. AVrlte me for particulars. JAMES DORSCY, Dept. P. P., Gilberts, Knne County, JlllnoU. IT7S3H533! TRADE HARKS DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Etc OWEN, OWEN & CRAMPTON k 7t7A9 .L-ticnuias XJ1UK DUU1 fUUUCS A4AAA0A9AAQ0AACA,&AflftAatA ! GASOLINE USERS I ATTENTION I A LIQUID ADDED TO GASOLENE ! coat and bat on a cane and thrust it out tho window. DOGS AT AUTO- mate, smoking things just snatched tho bread and butter from our lips. The automobile hearses took our last chance. "I have a good wife, a boy 14 years old and a daughter who la 11, but things wont from bad to worse and finally I had to send them back to of lemon and the diced tongue. It may . . i It. - ..-in,. t.lfAndfl If rloafrari hut If IW sne laugnea at ner lover a uuu- , ume , , sense. He talked of "buying." is not customary. At dinner serve the , rl; .. . -a ii,, i'soud. then tho cheeks with tomato ,V -un, w cou.no, rZ dressing and garnished with water cent grand house to put it in, I sup- m tatoea panned Bpin. pose?" , ,t ach, followed 'by a nut and celery "Certainly," Dick answered, qui to , .apple fritters and coffee. gravely, " for I shall get tho money i por the second dinner serve the re mainder of the soup, drain fritters with tartar sauce, garnished with sliced lemon and parsley. Follow this with green peppers stuffed with tho that I'd earned my own liv-, , --;,- --- now." "Money?" "Yes, the money my father left mo on such odd conditions. Why, I was to show Ireland. I would bo willing to becomo CAN'T BARK MOBILES. Fort Worth, Texas The dogs of Fort Worth havo boon warned to quit chasing and barking at automobiles, under threat of arrest or death. Po- lico Commissioner Davles, on com- a chauffeur now, but it b too lato. A plaint of many drivers, has decided man I used to work for lets mo sleep to put a special officer on tho streets ' in his stable, but I have a lot of to keep noisy animals from tho pave- troublo in making enough to get somo ment and shoot them it necessary. I thing to eat. I'm willing to work, but I havo worn the soles from my shoes lng, and supported mysolf for two years entirely on the proceeds of my , own music," laughed tho young man. "You know dad never did think j much of my music. 'Pon my word, I believe ho was right. I found It im possible to get engagements, except just odd jobs at music halls. I hadn't patience to be a teacher, Nesta. I was almost on my uppers malne, with crackers and cheese, a deep dish apple pie and coffee com plete tho menu. ThlB makes a soup and meat course for two good dinners at a cost of about SO cents, and the trouble taken makes tho meals equal to any prepared by a first class chef. Tho little tasty entrees that may be concocted by skillful hands add a touch of elegance to a simple meal and are a vital adjunct to the acquired knowledge of the student of domestic RENTED HEN REFU8E8 TO LAY looking for employment. Owner la Sued Because Fowl Wants to Kills Hune Wildcat Set All the Time. Lake linden, Mich. Made bold by 8unbury, Pa. Because tho hen ho hunger, a big wildcat which for weeks rented insisted on Betting and would had been killing omall farm animal not lay, James H. Suydor aued Philip near hore, ventured into civlUxatioa Bradford, owner at tho fowl, for tho and was killed by Joseph Fountain, & rontal and received a judgment of B0 'fanner, with a pitchfork. The animal cents. welshed forty pounds. when I accoDtedthis nlano-tunlng Job Thanks bo I did; for it's brought me Bclence. to you, darling! (Interlude.) ' "I waB just able to satisfy dad'a Strawborry Jam: Pour a cupful of lawyers, just able to show them I red currant Juice over two pounds of hadn't begged, borrowed, or run into panulatod sugar and let it stand for debt anywhere for the last two years. minutes whi U , k Wj That soven-and-slxpenco for tho ( Btrawbepries Btlrrlug constantly. Add manuscript saved me at the last mln- the BUgar and CUrrant juice and sim uto, I do believe. We're rich now, mer for nait an UOur; skim, and when Nesta." cold seal in tumblers with parafflne. "Oh, Dlckl And I never guessed!" i "Of course net I wanted you to In Paris waistcoats with hugo rev lovo mo thinking I was poor and now , era to turn back over the outside coat that I'm not a pauper, you will still , , , andof hay plalthnf rhi ik .,,; backs of lining matorial, bo that the foyo mo, Nesta?" . I waistcoat may be worn with several "Always," sho .promised again and , c(mt8 ,f iBBirod, again. "Ob, always, always!" 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