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WEDNESDAY, JULY i, 1908.
July 1 In History.
.1725 The Cointe de Rochambeau (Ro-
shambo), French general In Amer
ica, born; died 1807.
1862-Battle ot Malvern Hill, Va.
1808 Attack on Santiago by General
$1005 John Hay, secretary of state ot
the United States, died; born 1833.
f Bun seta 7:31, rises 4:29; 1:50 p. m.,
'moon In conjunction with Jupiter, pass
ing eastward of the planet; 10 p. m.,
i; planet Saturn at quadrature with the
un, 00 degrees distant therefrom; sun
In constellation Gemini till 10th, then
'in Cancer; Delta Aquarld meteors pos
sibly visible 27th to 20th and Per
r'seld meteors, 23d to 31st. Constella
tions visible 8.30 p. 111.; during July,
f overhead, Hercules, Corona Borealls,
.Bootes; north, Ursa Minor, Draco;
nuortheast, Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Cyg
y,nns, Lyra; east, Delphlnus, Aqulla;
t southeast, Sagittarius; south, Ophlu
, chus, Serpens, Scorpio, Libra; south-west,
Centaurus, Hydra; west, Virgo,
Leo; northwest, Canea Venatlcl, Leo
L Minor, Ursa Major, Lynx; bright stars
.visible, same hour, overhead, Arcturus;
j-1 northeast, Deneb, Vega; east, Altair;
south, Antares; west, Sptca Regulus,
Denebola; planets In July Mercury
visible last half of the month before
unrlse near eastern horizon; Venus in
visible till close of month as morning
tar; Mara setting soon after tho sun;
Jupiter setting from 0.30 to 7:50; Sat
urn rising from midnight to 10 p. m.
For United States Senator
JAMES B. CAMPBELL
For Governor ;j'
For Lleutonant Govornoe
DAVID L. ROCKWELL
For Secretary of Stat
J. II. NEWMAN
', of Miami.
For Supreme Judge
GEO. B. OKBX 2f(t.
HUGH T. MATHER!
For Auditor of State
5V. W. DURBIN
For Treasurer ot State
D. 8. CREAMER
For Attorney General
i T. D. HOGAN
For Supreme Court "Clerlj
O. C. LARASON
Dairy and Food Commlsaloner
: of Ashland.
For Board of Public Wotrxa
JOHN A. STATES
1 (Tor Btato School CommIwlQr
john a. Mcdowell
r ot Holmes.
t For Delegates-at-Large
( TOM L. JOHNSON
f of Cuyahoga.
! j - W. S. THOMAS
, e .w. hanly;
-, of Montgomery.
: j"l ' . R. DENVER
'. J, ot CUaton.
,l For Alternataa-at-Iarse
J I H. T. SUTTON
' '. of Muskingum,
'J ;J I. R. SHERWOOD
v of Lucaa.
BOOKSELLER and STATIONER
CVHE HOUSE OF POST CARDS
G. M. SALTZGABW
of Van Wert.
JOHN B. MONNOT 1
of Stork. I
For Presidential Elector
JOHN J. LENTO
0. A. HOSIONS,
For Congreea 13th District
CARL C. ANDERSON
W. T. BMITH.
For Clerk of Court,
B. F. T1TTBLBAUQH.
O. L. JU8TICH.
T. O. BOWEN.
JOHN G. STARK.
A. II. TROUT.
For Infirmary Dlieotor,
DR. W. II. HINKLIN.
THE SEED IS SOWN
(Reports from high Ropubllcan
sources have It that from this time
on, the Toledo Blade, the first big Re
publican paper in Ohio to kick over
tho traces becausp of the work of tho
etate convention and assert Its de
termination to fight the ticket, on a
portion of it, will support the wholo
ticket. That is not the result of any
repentance upon tho part of the editor
or the managoment of the Blade, but
conies as the result ot control of tho
paper having been secured by former
Governor 'Myron T. Herrlck.
It has been well known that Her
rlck has bad his eye on a senator
ship from Ohio. Ho has wanted the
place ever alnco he appointed Charles
Dick to the unexpired term of the
kite Senator Hanna and now he is
determined to give Burton and nil
other aspirants for tho toso a deter
mined tight. He Is lust now enirairPrt
In perfecting a chain of influential
newspapers with which to prosecute
big campaign. Reports have It that he
has been successful In securing con
trol of papers In Cincinnati. Colum
bus, Cleveland, Dajiton and, with
the acquisition of the Blade, he has
a hold in Toledo. The attitude of the
Blado has been very dlatiRtefni m
tho Republicans of Ohio, those ot
them who are In line with Cox Brown
and Gullbort and who are iu favor of
Taft for the presidency. Tho red hot
truths which have been handed
out have cut to the quick. Tho state
ments have come from a source which
cannot be disputed. Thev h.av m.
Inated from one of the leading Re
publican papers of tho state which
baa always, until now, stood un for
tho ticket through thick and thin, but
the manner of doing business In the
last state convention was a little too
much for It. Its stomach was turned
and It spewed out that portion ot tho
ticket which was nauseating.
Ever .lnce ,the appointment of Sen
ator Dlck to the unexpired term ot
the lato Senator Hanna, Herrlck has
been galling under the fetter which
prevented hlra from appointing him
self. His defeat for a second term as
governor added wormwood to his gall
and he has been aching for tho op.
portunity to get back Into the lime
light. Ever since dissatisfaction with
the two Ohio senators became general
Honrlck has been looking for an op
portunity to get Into the fight, but he
has found his fellow townsman
Theodore Burton, In bis way all 'of
the time. In fact until HorrlcJc let It
Jbe known that he was an aspirant tor
the plaoco and until he made his flop
to Taft, the man who has much lo do
,wlth his defeat for the governorship,
ho was never mentioned in connec
tion with the place of either Senator
Foraker or Senator Dick, He belleveo
that now he hm discovered way to
push this man Burton out of his way
and of placing Taft and all of tbe
candidates on the state ticket under
obligations to him. Ho proposes to
perfect a chain ot nowspapors In Olilo
and throw tholr support all to the
ticket. Chief among those objectlonal
Republican papers is tho Toledo
Blade. There are some otherfl which
havo not as yet been added to the
chain, some of which are silent and
others arc very vigorously opposing
thoso thing3 which the bosses arc ad
vocating. at mattors little what tho Blado
and those other Republican nanera
which havo spoken tho trut hmay
say from this tlmo on, tho seed had
been sown and the readers will know
that whatever change of front Is
made comes not from the haart, but
from the knowledge that the Inter
ests of tho party and not those of tho
peoplo are to be served.
It is stated now that In order to
sooth the wounded pride and fepllngs
of Arthur Vorys for bis defeat as
chairman ot the National Republican
committee, Taft ha3 promised him a
cabinet position. Taft Is making n
great many promises which he may
not be able to fulfill.
.Youngstown Is Jubilant over tho
fact tbat Taft will leg for tho cam
paign opening for that city. Tho
Youngstown boosters had best learn
what Teddy has to say about It be
four they set'Sthelr stack too firmly.
iWllllam Randolph Hearst has been
knocked clear out of the box In this
fight against Mayor McCleltan. Ho
has been Just as offectually disposed
of so far as the presidency is concern
The announcement that Bryan In
tends to Invadu Ohio In the coming
campaign In an effort to carry the
state Is music In Iho ears of all De
mocrats and a goodly number of Re
publicans as well.
Jndgo Alton B. Parker Is In Denver
to lead the fight against tho platform
which Bryan proposes. Alton B's
recent oxperlenco Bhould make him
just a little gun shy..
News dispatches say that the Shah
of Persia is in complete control und
that a dozen men have been hanged
Tho need of making the first oatt.o
mont Is not apparent.
Marlon merchants have a right Idea
Instead of waltlrg for tho rotunr or
prosperity they propose to seo It they
cannot do something to make It re
turn. Now that Hoarst baa tho mayorall
flght off of his handB ho will havo
more tlmo to dovote to his Independ.
ent candidacy for tho presidency.
ilt begins to look very much llko
the ticket would be Bryan and Gray.
No fault could be found with tho com
bination. iFor the first time In twenty-two
years, William II. Taft Is out ot a
government Job, yet ho waa never el
ected to any office, great or small.
Miss Gertrude Andrews 1b now Mrs.
George A. Purkey.
Mr. Georgo A. Purkey of Now Cas
tle, Pennsylvania and Miss Gertrude
Andrews of Prospect, 'were quietly
united In marriage nt tho Probate
court room at 3 o'clock Tuesday after
noon. Tbe ceremony was performed
by Rov. n. F. W. Stellborn In the
presence of a fow friends of tho bride.
Immediately after the ceremony tho
young peoplo let for Now Castle,
Pennsylvania where they will mako
their future home.
At a regular meeting of the Red
Men Tuesday ovonlng arrangomeuts
wore made for tho Installation of tho
newly elected officers of tho lodge.
Tbo new officers were elected tho
first of last month.
Her Bo.t Wiihet.
"Well, I muBt go how, auntie. Do
tako good care of yoursolf. I am bo uu
easy about that cold of youral"
"It's nothing, Claribel. I'll bo over It
In a day or two."
"If it should grow nny worso you'll
let mo know, won't you?"
"Nonsense, child! If I wrlto to you
It will only majsa you more uneasy. If
you don't gat itif lettera from mo you
will understate hat I'm woll again,
How will that;ao?l case you don't
bear from mo . ulfulsht."
"Yes; tbat i( bo better. And, oh,
auntie, I shall l)a bq' anxious not to
hear from youchlcngo Tribune.
Bob:' 1' ,w f
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THE NEW STENOGRAPHER.
8ho 8howed a Samplo of Her Work on
Mr. Spotz was gunning his bands
through bis hair shampoo wise bucuube
bis stenograpbress bad suddenly loft.
"Ten dozen lettera to get out today
and no chauffeur lady to run tbo type
writer! What shall I do?" he ex
claimed. ' leu
Just then a youiltJ miss,. with cnlcl
mined hair, in a ftuffy-rutMiouge cos
tume, entered the oUlco,
"Need a key puueber?" was her In
quiry. Mr. Spotz bade her havo n chair.
Upon Investigation be learned that Bbe
has escaped from Taffy's big qcbool,
where she had leoined to talk 8teuo
rnphy (".50 puts you through).
The young lady w;as lined up In front
of the typewriter, und Mr. Spotz begnn
to dictate. She did not take down what
bo said Iu shorthand, for ho doubted If
sho could transcribe her own hiero
glyphics. In dictating he made an effort
to assist her in puiictuatiou. When tbo
letter was finished It rend as follows:
Mr. D. A. Goodthlnc.
Hotel Dubb, city:
Deur Sir Looking over our leadcer
comma I notice that In your account
don't ubbrcvluto their Is nn outstanding
eyetem or JH34 In figures comma witch
I thrust you will romlt by leturn mala
parentlioBls as we wish to clothes out
all old outstanding accounts period nuw
I beg to call 2 your attention tlio know
Una of europcan goods we are displaying
In our windows und show hyphen cases
dash a Unx of goods that will a peal to
your good taste full stop noxt sentence.
Wo huve Just received u larga l'areeslan
Capital I consignment and have sum
bargains at funomlnally low pi Ices ex
clamation mark. As tho Baying goes,
quotation marks a word to the wise close
quotes that's the end of tho sentence an
other paragraph you will not call around
two seo us at your lcezuro Interrogation
Trusting to bo still favored with your
patronage as In the passed, I remain
comma Very reap, yours
M. WORTH COLWELL.
Edward Thompson, n watchman at
Petth Amboy, N.-J., says u rat comes
to him every day und guts n chew of
At a Hungarian weddlug at High
land, III., In n parade through tho
btieejs tho brldo und groom wete at
tended by a band and suvunty brides
maids. For nearly flvo miles nlons tho Bev
erly (Mass.) aboio tbo laud la owned
exclusively by wealthy eumuicr rest
dents representing more than $100,
000,000. Harry K. Elliott of Heuoboth Beach,
Del., suy ho found Iu 11 boiibo bulled
by Hittid on tbo beach, used sixty years
ago for Btorlug oil. ico In a good state
In 1805 only ono country In tbo world
was infected with tho bubonic plague,
while In 1008 fifty-one countries uro
more or less Infected, bo Surgeon Gen
ernl Wyiuan jeports.
A wblto robin, an ulbluo, bus made
bis homo ou Winter isluud, Salem,
Mnss., for this season. Tho curious
bird has attracted much attention. Ho
has got so used to bird students fol
lowing blm that bo now allows persons
to get close to him.
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of (, 1
FF MffilS FROM I
A Thousand Enraged Adocatss of Suffrage Rush the Van
in Which Their Friend i were Being Carried to Jail but
tbe Police Block the Plan Prhioners Refuse to
Give Bond and Go to Jail
London, July 1, Ono thousand
sulf 1 agists today nttompted to res
cue twenty-eight of the number who
weru arrested during last night's
doironH'.tra.tlon In Parliament Btjuaie.
flic prisoner were being taken to
prlio.i when a mob of enroled wo,
nen -usbed to tho police van. HUri.
drod of police were hidden inuldo
tho court jard and at the first
mo.piihcmt by tho suffragists they
rutlmd to the van and succeeded In
TAFT IS TOOAY JUST
It la the First Time in Twenty-Two Yeara That He Has
Been Out of a Job With the Government Burton Calls
on Taft and Assures Him That Ohio Will Give
Him a Big Vote Next Fall.
Washington, July 1 For the first
tlin" In twenty-two years William H.
Tatl is a prlvato citizen, tills resig
nation as secretary of war took ef
fect with the close of buslnft Tuea-
cay. Gen. Luke K! Wright wm
swo-n In at 10 o'clock this morning.
Mr, Taft devoted aJmost all dav
of luesday to department business.
not leavlr; M desk even for lunch,
eon until 6 p. m when he wont
horseback riding. Ho bad however,
cue Important 'political conference
Uonjjietaman Theodore Burton. of
Uevrland, who nominated Mr. Taft
ia ling on him yesterday.
"It was the first time I had seen
bin. since' the convention and wo
talked' of "thai," said Mr. Taft. ' Wo
alco talked politics sort of tho
stalf-of-thc-natlon iol!tlcs. Mr. Hur.
tc ti may visit Hot Springs. Ho.ia
ii itii elded whether to go there or
"' Khali turn over tbe department
to (.on. Wright tomorrow, In trod tic.
!"g to him every ono horo
whi.111 I know. In the afternoon I
WOMAN KILLS MAN
WHO INSULTED HliR
Nf-w York, . July 1 Cathorlna
Mai.ctira Is In Jail here charged with
the killing of Donato Itea Tho
tragrdy took place iu the boarding
house where Mus. Alancuso, her bus
bar I and three children liad a
Ston after Mancuso bad gono to
lils work Rosa entered tho room
am' according lo the woman', in.
Miltrd iher. In a rage slie procured a
levolver and fired lx tiliots n
quick succeeilon, four of tliomi tak
ing crtect three In Itosa'e head and
tho other In tbo abdomen.
V. a fell aorosn the bed wJicro
the police round him unconscious,
tho cluUdren ihuddled on tho bod
EobblrlT. Rosa was taken to tho New
Yoik bcspltal, where bo died soon
Mib. ManeiiRO fled aver the roof,
but wa) found later and Icokod up.
You have tried the rest. Now try
Se best ADMIRAL COFFEE.
Continued From Pace Ono.
a ubolutlon. If tho Ney York
delegation and tho Pacific coast
delegations should tak9 a deteinmln
td atand ngalnst it the fbdit would
tiM-uine fonmUlablo proportions.
It is Jiot believed here that tbe
oypLflltlom of Roger C. Siilllvan and
Cjifii.man Taggart moms tbat tho
entire delegations from theso state
wr.i.!d oppooo Mr, Bryan's wJabes.
.Mo'f of itlio central and western and
Douthern Mates, it Is said, will be
IHi''d up to support whatever pro-b-nm
Mr. Bryan's filends present.
AJthough. candidate for tbe noml
natdon for vice 'president are tiu.
merouq and, deopltJo Clio fact that
their Jiumb'e-r is Hkoly to bo Jargely
liif. rased before a filiolce is actually
node, it 'Is tho general opinion
nuiuiif- sticOi leaders of tha party as
a-? 1iero that If Oeorgo Gray of
Dclavaro will declaro bis wllllng
jea to accept tho second place on
ulocking tho women.
.11 court the prisoners wero given
tho oritlon of being placed under
perto Ibonds winning from ?20 to
?2o0 or going to piUson for from ten
to thirty months, But ono woman
ngi"Cd to give a bond, tho others
ptcorrlng the martyr role. TJ10
sufttagetites havo docd6d to repeat
lost night's performance every night
until parliament family grants them
the ri);ht of franchise.
exj ct to ceo Mr. Voreys. Mr. Hitch
ok' -is going to ew York tonight
to I shall inot see him unlll "Mi
day. There will be no conferences
at my liouse except conferences with
mo manager of jny household on
tno rroblemw of packlng."
Mr Bunion learned in his talk at
rno war department, that Arthur
Vorys of. Ohio will not be named
t'huliman, but iie will have a coik
bplcuous place In the management
ot the campaign.
"Thero .13 no danger that Ohio
Will I'ot give a big majority for
tho ticket," said Mr. Burton. Ho de
clined to talk of tbo Ohio senator
rfiptmaster General Moyor and
l'ronk Hltoncock arrived at .Mr.
liltohcock'H olllce In Mr. Meyer's
nutomobllo yesterday and bold a
long conference. 'Mr. Mejer declinod
to iiiiowcr when asked if tho clinlr
mat Fhlp had been offeied to hlin,
bin volunteered tho statement that
ho baa all the business ho can. at.
tend to at the pottolllco dopartment
nnd will dovcto himself to fliat.
the ticket he canhave It.
Ji.siab 'Marvel of Wilmington, Del.
nianctjor of tbe Oray picrtldentloi
caittlgn, who arcrlved I11 Denver
will ucit, .however, i?lvo his con.
hunt. Ho Inblsts that Uio Delaware
l.ia'i is a oaudldate for first placoj
anl wbon dt 'has boon settled that bn
rair.ot havo first pla e It will bo
nir.ple tlmo to place him in the ruu
nlnu for tho ptcondary pcattlon, pro.
ldrd bo tores to tako It. Mr. Mar
vci denies, however, that Judge Gray
ill be satisfied with anything less
than, the head of the ticket.
Tho Gray presidential boom was
formally launched ami headquarters
wero opened In tho Savoy 1 hotel,
Dtii.ng tho early afternoon a corps
of oxpert bill stickers wentabouttbo
hotel-, putting ti) lithographs of the
Delaware candidate No other pic.
t'r-s havo been placed and the Oriv
tiiet. secured the meat promluont
p'r.oM In tho lobbies of all tho lead
",i.e .lolunson lieadquarterrt will
.ot be opened for soveral dajs and
i.i dato on wbldli tho Bryan ban.
tiei.i vvllll Lo thrown out has not
bfcci. determined, but it will be Sat
ildoy or Sunday, after the arrival
of tho Nebraska delegation.
1hf- question of tlcketu continues
to divide tlw members of tho cam
Pl Igii committee on convention ar.
ninstmente ami the committee of
Denver citizens which is looking af
ter the Denvor end of the conven.
o-. 'An Is UKually tho caso the local
people would like to Hiavo a largor
rurobor of tlcketn tlian tlio coinmlt
ici fells tliat It can spare.
Adequate accommodations for the
fc?s&ions of the committee on toso
lutlons, credanitials, pamnianont or.
(iati'fatlou and rules not baying been
proviaeu ior the novv auditorium,
rrri ngoments wore made to have
tl-ece committees meet ,l tlio build.
Life' of tflie Fraternal union. Tha?
organization proffered tbo use of tho
rroioa to tho commutes on arraaige
mw.j and the tender was, accoptty.
i Is expected tbat tho rush of tho
lltJepatkms villl ,iat cammowso hn
loro Sunday, althounh manv in.n
idual delegates will come before
uui time, 1 Already twenty-five opo-
Wal tralaa aro scheduled to or-...
-""-rf 'UVU..T'11VD II Ha I
Sunday and ed many ,wro dtter-rofi
.lom1ay, It Js bolloved by to .rail,
load (Ofllokils .that the number 6f
trains will bo largely Jnoreaa! h
twon now and Sunday.
Continued from Pago One.
wliiob a poeso from Casa Grande
ha.i beeh chasing across (tho moun
tains. Although Juarez authorltle
have been cautious during the past
v I'ol- and have bad guards ttjp,4a
tho customs ihouso and banksl le
Jtuauls wero doubled yesterday aL
ten.oon when a report wat received
thai an attack would bo made- on
that city from tho south and also
nn attack , on Guadalupo below
.luaioz. Itunnoro wore sent out, at "
ono to ascertain If Insurgents wero
mab'llzlng ,and orders were at once
issued ito tho federal troops arid s
nmiles to Bleep on their armc
John H. JJrady of Austin, who A,
has mining interest near Durango, '
Mex. says that tho passenger train
on tljq. Mexican International Jlall. ,
road upon whldh ho was riding was .
Mtaolted by a band of about throo
huuured revolutionists twenty milss
..arth of Torrean. ;
a number of bullota passed
Enough tho'wlndowa of tho Pullman
Mcepers. Ono bullet toro a 'liola
t-.nough Mr. Bradley's coat Tha
tial.. was speeded, away from tho
eceuc of the attack. ,
At nallta a band of about 100
men 'had burned tho bridge and cut
tho telegraph wires. At Vlesca the
"Wexlcan troop-v made ooveral m
1 ortiimt aft-rcsta, amonir thom hoin".
Moiifdano Eatrado, who waa tho
principal Instigator of tho raids;
lienilo Ibara, a merchant of Wcsca
end chief of the band and Albino
l'oloido, n tailor who was second
Business and Professional
IilTTLE ADS. LIKE THESE DRINU
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Are wo ao busy making Plotureo,
whon nil tho others aro Bitting
around? Its becauso wo mak
work that satisfies; reason enough
can you remember Brunsklll, an
kind, any time, any where. Toat'i
Brunsklll. Beat Photos.
We pay, 20c cwt., for booka, maga
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Teacher of Voice and Piano,
Studio 400 E, Church cor. Vine;
Pain ancj Expense
are avoided by having the Teeth thor
oughly examined ol regular periods.
Your Teeth may need attention; Cav
ities may exist and vet you may not Le
awaruoltlielact. Now is the time. '
Modern Dentistry, Moderate Charges.
2101-2 W.Cenler St.
Over Adam's Express Office.
Colonial Couefry Club Hsfel
West Baden Spring., Indian.
Kates $2 CO to .8.G0 per dy Amerl
can Plan, Private Baths. Special
Weekly Rates open thu year aroun.l
COMK and drink tbe water and
tako the baths, It will oure Klduoy,
Liver and all Stomach ailment.
ooLstlpatlon, nerviiiino8 nu Mj
Tlio exponse le a mere trjflo cow
parod with the benefits derived,
For theso who pannot spare the
time or mouoy to come to the Springs
write ns, utatlug symptoms and all.
inont If possible eneloslng 2X)0 anc
We will Bhip 0 R-allons Mineral Watm
. . - ..-t- ,
. ' "om tbo BPtil WlthPhysI
oiaui advice for tome Treatment. .'
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