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I w B. t feAOX tWO liPTISTS GET l ,'1 Kill IIP MIA I PK i4: fo, Cltcigft Professor Is Fired ' From Conference. r-r STORMY SCENE ENACTED ft Hisses, Yells and General Confusion Mark Meeting, Which I Described ''Ijy-'jOne 'Preacher as Resembling Political Meeting In Rowdy Ward. Rev. Myers Triumphs In Socond Attempt to Oust Mnn Who Denied t Divinity of Christ. Chicago, Juno 22. Professor George Burnham Foster of tho Uni versity of Chicago, -whose denial of the divinity of Christ In a recent book has stirred Chicago Baptists to a hlgb pitch of resentment, was drop ped 'from the Baptist ministers' con ference "of Chicago. Misses, yells and general confusion tuade the mooting one of the storm iest ever held by churchmen In Chi cago, and It was referred to by one preacher as resembling a political meeting in a rowdy ward. Speakers who had been bowled or hissed down sat with flushed, indig nant faces, while, the rhalrmnn pounded for order. Tho young sou of Professor Poster was present. "It's a shame and unfair," he shouted, as he left the hall. The insistence of Rev. Dr. ,A. C. Dixon of the Moody church that Pro fessor Poster be dropped brought the fight around to himself, the real ob ject of the meeting being disregarded for a time. Rev. Dr D, D. McLiwrln started trouble by asking for a committee to Investigate Dr. Dixon's right to mem bership in the conference. This mo tion was hissed down, and Dr. Dixon explained that he joined the Baptist church In New York. Dr. M. P. Boynton came in for a hissing when he Bald: "Wo are not going at this matter right. Foster is as good as Myers or any one here and " , His voice was drowned. The Myers he referred to is the Rev. Dr. John ston Myers, one of the chief assail ants of Professor Foster. Then some cf the ministers tried to check the V hissing. Dr. Myers shouted above 'the din: "It is no worse to hiss than to have those present denounced, as Dr. Boynton is doing, .The hlcae,s should not be Stopped unless Dr. Boynton stopped." 'VDr. Myers attempted to introduce s resolution to drop Professor Foster, whereat Dr. Myers' veracity was an called by Rev. Dr. A. II. Haruley. "This matter was decided for good and all last week," Dr. Haruley shouted. "Dr. Myers promised on his honor that if he didn't get his resolu tion through (hen ho would not again tiring it up. Now he Is doing exactly contrary to his promise." ' "I deny tho statement," responded Dr. Myers, coolly. "I promised not to reintroduce that particular motion, because my motives had been ques tioned. Specific charges were want ed, and that Is what I have here." -'During the excitement motions, counter-motions and a general parlia mentary mlxup prevailed. After four hours, however, worn out by exer tions and emotions, the preachers a'doptcd the resolution dropping Pro fessor Foster from the conference. WRIGHTS ARE CAUTIOUS Take No Chance on Second Disaster to Aeroplane. Washington, June 22. That tho Wright brothers will take every pre caution to prevent any recurrence of the accident to Orvllle Wright at Fort Myer last September Is evident froin the methods they are pursuing In connection with the resumption of the aeroplane trials this week. Orvllle and Wilbur Wright worked on the intricate arrangement of the wires bracing tho plane. The Wrights do not expect that their aeroplano Will be ieadyto fly before Friday or Saturday. Mob Seeks Woman's Slaer. Itock Island, 111., June 22. Men are scouring the country about Rapids Cty, III., for Thomas Adams, fiO. Ad ams' wifo was found dead in the yard of her, home by her daughter. A trail of blood led from the house to the place where tile body was found. The crime evidently was committed dur ing tho night, when neighbors heara quarreling In the Adams house. Fifty Gents a Month A small bottle of Scott's Emulsion costing fifty cents will mt a baby a month a few drops to , its bottle each time it is fed. That's a small outlay for so large artum'of health and comfort. BabiMitat are given Scott's Emulsion , respond to its helpful It seems to contain just ments of nourishment: n iMM&most. ,KhJkmy fwdtrequently lacks 4W aourisMwit; Scott's '0mtht(3w gjippitos it. . Sirti MaMfcsWtlniiinif. tofltttar with nam of SW 9mM HmmH.-ymt a and four hwwt win nam or .ymt tMw and four fWMiw,KwYi fitiU.i'i'. 5f f Mifrin. x JtMkJlei .v mmef BUCKEYE BRIEFS Hems of Interest, to People In All Part of Ohio. 'Flndlay, O., June 22.-rJ.eo Stevens, with his balloon All-America, which ascended at Dayton, landed safely flvo miles southeast of hero. Girl Nearly Bleeds to Death. Ashtabula, 0 June 22. Helen Mc Grntli, 15, had a tooth pulled, and several hours later her mother found her bleeding at the mouth and so weak that she could not speak. Bho bad been suffering hemorrhage jn her sleep, not knowing It, and when found she was so near dead (hat alio did not realize her condition. Dry Petition In Court. Canton, 0 June 22. Stark county commissioners refused to rescind the resolution sanctioning the local op tion election July 10. Tho protest was received by President Hay of the board, who said that the best solu tion of tho question could be obtain ed by a holding of tho common pleas court. The question will be brought before Judge Ambler. Toughs Attack Auto Party. Hamilton, O June 22. No less than six persons were Injured when a gang of roughs bombarded a party of autolsts at West Alexandria. The autolsts balled from Richmond, Ind., and were targets for a shower of rocks and brickbats. In the party were J. A. Bpekenhler, postmaster of Richmond, and his wife; Walter Eg gemeyer, Dr. F, A. Anderson, Walter McWhlnney, Omar Murray nnd idlss Marie Campbell. WILL GRADUATE IN TENT " Ohio State University Has Largest Class In Its History. Columbus, O., June 22. Three hun dred and fifty-four young men and women, constituting the largest class In the history of the university, will receive diplomas tomorrow from Ohio State university. The commencement exercises will be held at 10 a. m. in a large tent on the campus. The abandonment of the university chapel for commence ment exercises was made necessary by the size of the class and the large number of relatives, friends, alumni and other visitors who sought admis sion. Dr. Andrew Fleming West of Princeton is to be commencement orator. Woman Beats Roosevelt's Record. Rochester, N. Y., Juno 22. In an effort to beat the 120-mile ride In 24 hours performed by Former Presi dent Roosevelt, Mrs. Herbert Wads worth, a leader In Washington so ciety, rode 139 miles in lC hours, using eight relays of horses. YOUNG WOMAN ASSAULTED Is Decoyed ,to Office Building With Promise of Job. Little Rock, Ark., June 22. Miss Ray Hurkhalter, student In a local business college, was summoned to an olllce building in tho business sec tion of the city with tho promise that she would be given clerical em ployment. She wob met by a young man, who overpowered her, bent and choked hor Into unconsciousness and assaulted her after she was bound and gagged to pieent outcry. Severn! posses of citizens are searching for her assailant, and If captured a lynching will be at tempted. Harrlman Goes to Alps. Vienna, June 22. There Is no truth whatever In tho reports, which seem to have been current In many parts of tho world, that E. II. Harrlman is seriously 111. The Harrlman party left today for Semmerlng, In tho eastern Alps of Austro-Hungary. Minister Killed In Battle. Sumrall, Miss., June 22. In a bat tle here C. McNelton, a justice of the peace and local Methodist preacher, was killed. He was shot by Jake Bond, who was seeking to keep his compnnlon, Jerry Hall, from arrest. Grain Elevator Burns. Chicago, Juno 22. A hay and grain elevator, partly filled and owned by A. F. Walther, was destroyed by fire. The loss Is estimated at $110,000. ADMITS KILLING HUSBAND Mrs. Tracy Says William Brown Procured the Poison. York, Pa., Juno 22. Mrs. Joshua Tracey, who was arrested on Satur day on suspicion of having poisoned her husband, made a complete con fession, according to tho police. Sho says William Brown, also In Jail here as a suspect, planned tho murder, se curing the strychnine which she ad ministered In her husband's coffee. The police declare that Tracey re sented Brown's alleged attentions to Mrs. Tracey. Brown's wife died sud denly about 18 months ago. thTmeat Of IT The Cunnrd liner Mauretanla has succeeded In landing passengers from New York in London in 6 days and 8 hours. Major James M. Hadley, father of Missouri's governor, Is dead at hlu home In De Soto, Kan. Rotund Rlchrcharged with the mur der of tils grandmother ut Bay City, Mich., has been held to the grand ury. Karl Hau, tho young American, sen tenced for Ufa imprisonment at Karlsruhe, Qermny, for the murder of his motber-ln-raw, has been denied a new trial. In a runaway accident at Dubois, Pa., Charles Burr, 18, was killed and both bis parenfs fatally injured. Mistaken train orders caused a col Union on the Southern railway near Mt, Caroiel, III., Iu which Malt Clerk Jackson was killed and botu easi,- seen, Injured, W TH1 MARION DKIL'Y " GOSSIP LOVERS m DISAPPOINTED . Howard Gould DecidesJoi to Take Witness Stand. . DEFENSE RESTS ITS CASE Attorney Shearn, Mrs. Gould's Coun sel, Somewhat Jolted at Unexpect ed Turn of Affairs, but Quickly Re covers and Bealns Introduction of Testimony In Rebuttal to Show That Client Is Perfect Lady and Not Victim of Drink Habit. New York, June 22. Sensation loving spectators who have attended dally the sessions of Katherlne Clem mons Gould's suit for separation from her husband, Howard Oould, were sadly disappointed at the re sumption of tho hearing when It was announced that tho defenso had rest ed and that Howard Gould would not tako the stand. It had been expected that his direct testimony and his cross-examination would take two days. Gould himself seemed relieved and Mrs. Oould nmiojetl. Delancy Nlcliol, counsel for Mr. Gould, said: "We havo decided that tho testimony we havo offered Is so complete that there is no necessity for going further." When Clarence J. Shearn, counsel for Mrs. Oould, recovered from his astonishment, lie led off tho rebuttal with testimony designed to show, ho explulned, "the falsity of the charge that Mrs. Gould was continually nnd habitually Intoxicated from 1902 to tho present date." "Do you regard such evidence as necessary?" nBked the court. Necessary or not, counsel for the plaintiff thereupon produced a stream of below stairs witnesses, whose testimony was followed by the reading of depositions of guests and friends, who swore that Mrs. Gould never, to their knowledge, drank to excess, and that she was always affa ble, reserved nnd modest In her lan guage testimony directly opposed to that defendant's witnesses bad given previously. Passengers "Witness Murder. St. Louis, June 22. While 42 pas sengers, mostly women and children, stood on the upperdeck of the steam er Omaha, and watched a fight be tween J. T. Williams and Henry Townsend. loustabouts, on the lower deck, Williams was killed and Town send was badly injured, MERCHANT KILLS WIPE Fills Body With Lead After Attempt at Reconciliation. Cassopolls, Mich., June 22. Ste phen S. Paugbum, 60, a produce mer chant, was arrested, charged with tho murder of his wife, from whom ho had been separated. It Is alleged that after ho hud made fruitless ef forts to effect a reconciliation, Pang burn visited his wife nnd shot her four times, killing her instantly. The police found him lying unlpjured be side his wife's body. GO BY THE DIET BOOK Explains the Tonic Treatment for Stomach Trouble That Is Making Such Remark able Cures. Tho processes of digestion aro con trolled by the blood and nerves. Tliat is why the tonio treatment vfith Jr. vyilliams Pink Pills by which the blood is built up,.lias cured so many oases of stubborn stomach trouble. Many people are suffering dally from stomach trouble becauso they cling to old-fashioned methods, cat predigested foods and in other ways aggravate tho disorder thoy sock to euro. But preju dice must givo way before proof such as the enro of Mr, John T. Timmons, n well-known newspaper writer, of Cadiz, Ohio, offers. Ho says: 'For ton or moro yoars I suffered se verely with dyspepsia and a weak stom ach, and in a sense was a burden to my self and others. I was thin and pale, liad no ambition, suffered with cramps in my stomach, headaches, was consti pated and finally niykldnoys becamo affected. My tongue was coated and I had a bad taste In my mouth. I had suvero attacks of vomiting, with dreadful pains in my storaaoli and bowols from which I could got no relief unless I starved my self. Following these attacks I had to eat very light food. My heart was weak nnd, in going up stairs or exercising, it would beat rapidly nnd on several Occa sions caused mo to full. I was under a doctor's care all of the time but Ms mediplno did not help mo. I struggled along iu this manner until I becamo desperate. I tried many remedies, tliat woro guaranteed to cure, but without gaining any benefit. "As a last resort I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I saw a change for the bettor in a very short time, and con tinued to tako the pills, making wonder ful improvement, until I was complete ly cured. I iiov weigh over 200 pounds while- during the many years I suffered I only weighed about 126. I havo no stomach or kidney trouble, do not suffer from constipation and am tho picture of health. I consider X owe my nresent condition to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills." A diet book containing f nil informa tion about thetouio trtatiapnt will bo seut free upon requpbt. Dr. WilllamH' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists, or seut, postpaid, ou re ceipt of nrico, CO ceuisper box; six boxes for 3.B0, by the Dr. Williams MedJeiw Co.. UohwaotadT. N. Y. --,, -T- ... ,-.. -. ,, . MIRROR, TUB SD'fAYVJNE.na -1909- . - ' - -'- i-4UMWijr I'lll I ' II THiRt WILL UK SOMIIIlkG' DOING IM MRtfAKK JULY 4 Oonenhacen. Juno 22 Dr. Henltis. of Chicago, chairman of tho commit tee having in chnrgo the American day celebration to bo held at Aarlius, iDenmnrk, July 4, wns recolved in audience jesterday by King Freder ick, nd hiter htul dinner with 'his Malcatv. The Klnc nromlscd that the Crown Prince would represent liltn nt the celebration. The hotels nt AnriiUB are already fully booked for tho festivities, nnd Meams.lilpg will bo uVd to accommodate tho over flow. MULES' BRAYING CCULD tBE ENDURED NO LONGER (Dattton, Juno 22-Tho 'continual braying of a phfr nfr Kuntitirky mutcB belonlslnK to a wravan of Kcntuck lana who were encamped near a (settlement south of this .l(y led to ouster proceedings, Instituted in n luagdEttmto'H courB yesterday. The comiplnlniuUB saiu they could not elect) nt .night on apcount of, the dls taordanlt notes thht were slibt Infto thcnwturnail atmosphere every few (moments by the mUteo. 'lHo ranHi era moved. GIRL WORSTS Plucky Girl Knocks Down Negro and a Mob Nearly Lynches Hinr IPWfBbung, Pd., Juno 22. AlPler a iplueky ThGrty-thltti street girl had knut-ked down u ibilg jic&iio who hud InsulUid her, and had klckh him Juvtoral tinier a crowd that gaiUioml Jni Jtavlno Btrett', Uuwronceville, uibout 9 o'cloc last evening, fame near dv&gglnig the fellow lo a near by telephone- polo and wreaking mim mary vejieamce bororo a squad of ipolico riosoued Mm. The heroine of ,Uio encounter is (Mlnnfo Bony,) Qf 333 Thlrty4hlitl street. She held a small baby slater Jn her amms as silo started dwn iRnivlno street last evening to give itho child an airing Tho neiro pourtced oa iher from a noanby alley- way, RttoU-hed the Inifiinit from her anms and clasped the girl about tho "wa'lst. Sho Screamed, fought vicious ay and finally warded Mm off Top the (nMtant necessary to plaint a smash -1nls lUaw under his chin. Tho fellow tqolc tho counit" on tho sidewalk. The, fdrl was kicking Ihlim vigorously. ' a' tho meShlbtara ruisihed up. Tho nero was being rouisttily handled by the girl's friends iwhe mPolIce Inspector II. S. Gray with two roundsmen, arrived. The fellow's wifo took a hnnd as tho or dlccirs wero dragging their inilffMiw ito a jiWtrdl box, and tho woman had to bo arrested to. At rt.ho Penn avenuo police station, the pair ga'vo ItheJr name! as Joseph and KJtity llflorom. yoN 40, at TJilrty-fouuMi and flavin street. POSSE SEARCHES FOR I Child's Screams Frighten Away Man Who Had Attacked Her. nilwood City, Pa., Juno 22. OEM cers and citizens are seaxohlnB (for a man iwho yesterday aiternoon alt theked JO-year-old Mabel Wilson, of Kellemoplo while sho wns walking Khrough a wood near Hazel Doll. Tho child's ucretunw frlglitcned tho irtan away,, hut her deserlpltlon of him Is so detailed that his arrest is cjcpekited. After being cared for by flier rescuers the child becamo hys terical . Mxceiptlnlg "scratclies sus Itnlned when her dlotlitng wns ripped off sho ns ,not hurt. Joseph Chttllis, postmaster at Ha zel Dell, says ho saw a srangcr follow tho child and will bo alblo to identify him. Tho girl, who Is a daughter of Lafayctito Wilson, fore tmnrt at tho DouiMtt stono quarry 'at Hllwood City, was visiting hor grondrnofher at Hazel Dell and sit 4 o'clock in the altemoon smrled for tho homo of Georgo Wlhwn, nn uncle, who lives a mllo out In tho 'country. Aifter fetopplmg at tho post offlco s!io Htatited out a country road, Olinllls says .ho noticed a Wronger who had -been laltorjnl? In front of the storo follow tho child. After tho attack It is said the girl's aE&allant went toward Ellwood CJty. AEROPLANE STARTS OFF WITHOUT THE PILOT New York, June 22-rTthe big aero plano of Wilbur It. Kimball was wrecked last oyenlng at MoitIb Paik when, while tho engiio was being tuned up, tho machine aroso from the giound beforo its pllpt In tended that It should and crashed Into an cnbank went. The framo was crumpled up and ook flro ttom an overflow of gasoline, 'J ho Homes wero put out wth sand, Tho trial was In preparation for contents of the Now York Aeronautic society w)ilch will begin Saturday, HER ASSAILANT ASSAILAN V PRESIDENT TO - BOSS THE JOB 1 1 1' r Will Put Finishing Touches io Corporation Tax. ROUGH DRAFT IS READY Attorney General Wlckersham and Secretary Root Find Most Trouble, some Featuro Is Provision Provid ing For Government Control of Corporations Necessary to Make Law Effective Leaders Will Con fer With Taft at White House. Washington, June 22. President Taft wilt personally supervise putting tho finishing touches upon the pro posed nmendmunt to tho tariff bill providing for the imposition of a 2 per cent tax upon tho net earnings of corporations. This will bo done tonight at a conferenco at tho White House. " Thero will bo pres6nt Attorney General Wlckersham and Senator Root, who nro drafting tho amend ment; Secretary of State Knox und senators Aldrlch, Uurrows, Penrose, Hale, Cullom, Lodge, McCumbcr, Snioot and Flint, constituting tho Re publican membership of the ftnanco coinmltteo. Tho draft prepared by Messrs. Wlckersham and Hoot will be discussed at the conference. Such changes nu nro agreed upon will bo lnude by tho attorney general tomorrow, and It lo expected tho per- GEORGE W. WICKRRSIIAM. Busy Drafting Corporation Tax Tariff Dill Amendment. fected amendments will bo reody for Introduction In the sennto on Thurs day. Tho nttorney general and Mr. Root had a long session at tho Capitol nnd reached nn agreement on practically every featuro of tho corporation tax plnn. Tho portion which is giving them tho greatest trouble relates to tho government control of corpora tions necessary to carry tho law Into successful operation. Thero has been no little opposition to subjecting the corporations to the amount of pub licity that will be required for tho en forcement of tho lnw and to prevent manipulations of storks and bonds for tho purposes of evnBlnu. Membcis of the finance committee, as well as Mr. Root nnd Mr. Wicker ohum, ngtee with President Tnft that such publicity must bo given, and that without It tho corporation tnx law would bo a failure. This fea ture; ft was said, ceitalnly will bo Incorporated in the amendment. Among the' details of tho bill al ready determined aro that tho tux to be levied will ho nt tho rate of 2 per cent, nnd that It will bo collected torn all corporations.. 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Or.di open rour mouth like a voun gulp down whatever food of medl- uuuriu ou 1 f ft ft ilt Intelligent thlnklnr nomui. from weakncs, nervousness. pain and jou that nir. then It meini much to imr trtpd wnil mn honest "TK'n" nr Nir( coy ifmiTift-t, oic by urummi niriiipruronr wrnnan'K Ilia. 1J1 The makers of Dr. Plerco1 TftTorlte Pre scription, tor the cure ot weak, nervous, run down, over-worked, debilitated, patn-rackou women, knowing this medicine to bo mnJo up of tntredlenK every ono of which has the strongest possible Indorsement of the leadlnir and btandard authorities of tho soveral schools of practice, aro perfectly wllllnc, and in fact, are only too clad to print, as they do, the formula, or list ot Inirredltnts, of which It Is composed, in i(a(n i.'ny!W(, 00 ever bottle-wrapper. tf The formula of Dr. Plcrco" rayorlte Pre scription will bear thu most critical examina tion of medical expojta. for It contains no alcohol, norcotlcs, harmful, orhablt-formlua drum, and no ut-ent enters lulo It that U not lilcbly recomuinded by tho ruost advanced and loading nudlcal teachers and author ities of their several scbools of practice. These authorities recommend the ingrt die nts of llr. rft"' l'murllo riosnlpilon fortha cure of exactly Uii' hsiiib allinrnlt for ffi workl-fannd mfdldne Isadvlsyd. ' t 'h Noothor mcdlclno for woman's Ills has an suchprofesslonali'iidottemcnlaH jjr, Pierce's Favorite Proscription has received, In the un qualified lecouimendattou of each of Its Mveral liicrudluils by bcoi es of leading medi cal men of all lliu Kchouls of practice. Is such an endorsement not worthy of your consideration r , r i( iff A booklet of Ingredients, with numerous tuthoratlve prufeMoiml endofMsiuents by the leading tuedlca) authorities of this country, will bo mailed fite to any one tending uauiu and address with request for same. Address jOr. U. V. Mew VuVkle. W. Y. i roa I'lrd and siue max uu 1 1 v vr wvrwiertMn In need ofVlVf susn tbereJN Glass! Glass! GlssJ f tako-a stroll around thoheu4nd flfriow ,lny g& panes of iiUhb nr6 brokonf - Measure tlieln.'ufnrus ub by phono and we will deliver the right size. 'Th6 Lost and clearoit glMi At the lowest prions'. A. nrx lTi .ei. x"l r ' "Dependable Hanlwarc.' co'tnewthln'the rarlge of Una tax Will, and deductions will be nllowed ni tlonal batiKR to the rtmount of taxes paid under their circulation. ''DISCUSS HIDE SCHEDULE Senate Proposes to Restore the Dlng Icy Tariff Rates. Wnsmngton, Juno 22. The amend ment of tho senate committee on flnnnco taking hides from tho frde list nnd restoring the Dlngley law rato of 1G per cent ad valorem was before the sennte, and It ptobably will not be disposed ot before late today, If then. Senator Wnrren of Wyoming nnd Senator Carter of Montana supported tho provision and In vlgorouu lan guage attacked the attitude of the free hide advocates, While Senator Page of Vermont defended tho action of the house In placing hides on tho free Hat. Mr. Wnrren declared that tho senate had been Insulted by .the chnrgo that the Dlngley provhloh had been Inserted ns the rosiilt of a mid night conference, nnd he declared that frco raw lnnterlal woutd be thjs death knell of tho protective ?ollcy It It should be adopted, while Mr, Carter asserted that If the farmers were to be compelled to sell their products In the open market they would demand the right to buy man ufactured articles In the same kind of a market. In support of free hides, Mr. Page contended that the adoption of such a policy would not Injure tho farm ers, while nt the satne time It would bo of vast benefit to the leather man uracturers. He said tho beef trust garnered all the profits on hides, from whatever source. DFFEREDTLITTLE GIRL FOR SALE Humane Society Steps in and Kit Takes Charge of the Mistreated Child. Cloveland O,. June 22 To bo picked up ns tv, waif on the streets, adopted by a worklngman, then sent to an In- stltuUon by tho wITo after the fpr ter fathor's death, brought back to llvo with a "second papa," who did not want her around, and finally to bo offered for sale by the foBter mother this is the story ot little Mnrjorlo, aged eight. The girl wns taken away from her adopted mother yesterday by Assist ant Agent Kavanagh of the Humane society. Tho humane agent found the child, a bright, pretty youngster, almost In rags, with her faco and nrms bruised by falling on tho pavements where, according to the reiwrt. of the Hu mane socloty, sho hud been nllowed to run wild. Tho llttlo girl was placed at once Jn an Institution by tho hu mnno authorities and proceedings for npiiolntment as guardian will bo be gun. Mnrjonlo was adopted In 1907 by a family which had no children of its own. The foster father loved hor and treated hor kindly. After his death Marjorlo's troubles began. Sho was sent to an Institution by tho foster mother, and then, after tho mother's second marriage, brought back into 1U10 family again. Numerous complaints reached tho Humane society that the girl was not receiving propel treatment nnd an In vestlgafcion was mudo which failed to roveal any marked ill usage ot the child. Tho matter rested till it be camo known that tho foster mother was offering tho llttlo ono for sale. Letters of the foster mother aro in possession of tho socltoy, In which tho woman agrees to glvo up tho child for ?200 as she needs tho money, sho assorts and tills amount will cover what has bcon expended on the child up to date. Immediate action "was taken and tho child was removed from the fos ter homo yesterday, Tho little girl, Jiumano authorities say, was wretch edly clothed and bore ovory mark of mistreatment. Tho society will begin proceedings In probate court to as- sumo guardianship of tho child. Galllpolls, O., Juno 22 The Toledo & Ohio Central and the Kanawha & Michigan railroads, part of tho Mor gan syndicate, havo completed their new bridge across tho Ohio river, f6ur miles east of hore, and havo awltchod to tho neiw track at Wagner, which In abovo the flood lino, 1 1 1 1 n Washington, Juno 21 It is esti mated by treasurey experts that It will hardly cost tho govennmoat ?100, 000 to collect tho two per cent tax on tho net earn in era of cornoratlons. as proposed. Tho colWtlcm would bo lees difficult than the collection of an individual Income tax, because the various, states requlro corporations to, ilhj rtporfyi ot their busiuwui, 211) W. Center treetj ' ' iiftE&itti & HOCKINQ VALLHY, - NOItTlI 7 a. ra.i 10:15 a. m.i i'.H p. m.; 12:20 & m.; ;6:'l0 p., m. Loai to Marlon only. r . SOUTH 5:46 a. tn.; . 7:20 it. m. 10:15 a. 111,; 1;3S p. m.; 7ilG p. . Dally except Sunday. r, DIG FOUU. , 13ASTB(JUNli-D:2r a. m.; 12:21 noon; '7:22 p. m.; 10:07 p. ra.; 11:11 p. m.; 5:27 p. m. WESTUOUND-2:38 a. tn.; 6:63 ft. to.; 0:56 a. m.; 1:55 p. m.; 7:26, 1, in.; 4:27 p. m. ' .. ! EUH3 C1HOAGO DIVISION. WK8T iO:2G a. m.; 1:5 p. la's 12:32 a, m.; 14:40 p. m.; a7:10 a. in. EAST 5:18 a. m.i C:C0 a, vm 2:40 p. m.; 0:12 p. m.; 11:48 p. ta. Dally except Sunday. runs r.to Lima only, a runs to .Huntlngtos ouy- i .A '. ERIK CINCINNATI DIVISION. ' BOUT11WI3S4' lo:27 a. m.; 4!10 . m.; 12:45 a. m. -, .,, EAST 12;63 p. m.; 12:01 a. jm.t G:20 p. m. .' PENNSYLVANIA NORTH 12:20 p. m.; 6:65 p. as. Dally except Sunday. B;26rp, ta. Saa days only. , 1, .ij SOUTH 0:53 a. m.; daily and' 1:01 p. m. dally except Sunday. t- 0 V. '& M. ELECTIUO SOUTH Cars leave for Colnmbaa at 0, 7, 8 and JO a. m., at 12 aooa and at 2, 4, 5, t, 8 p. m.. Ten and IV p m. cars co to Delaware only .j NORTH Cars leave Columbuafafc Marlon at 7:30, 0:30 and ll;S a. m and at 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 6:a& 7:30 and at 8:30 p. m, ' 4 Saturdays, Sundays and legal hojl days thero will bo hourly service be tween Marlon nnd Columbus from,! a. ra. to II p, m, 4 f C. M. & U. ELEUTKIU. NORTH Cars leave Marios foe Uucyrus at 0, 8, 10 a. m., 12. 2, 4, 4, and 8 p. m. r SOUTH Cars arrive from BucyroM at 7:65, 0:60 and 11:66 a. m.; 168, 3:66, 6:65, 7:56 and fl;65 p, m.t ,4 ikina Vafelev Bulletin nt1 invff iJAftn tiyfniiiinMa Sunday Excursion to Columbtk' everij Sunday; to Detroit. Pomeroy, Jack son, Toledo and intermediate points Juno C-20. Homeseekers Exccrslons to WesterB and Southern points, 1st and 3d Tuesday each month. Q A. It. Encampment, Nowark, O., Juno 14-18. Twin tickets to Columbus eyeri: day, $1.36. Summer tours to tho Resorts, ot the United States and Canada dally. Dally excursions to New, York la July. Knights of St. John Encampment Cedar Point, June 13-20. Lake Chautauqua Excursions, July J and 23. FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSIONS. National Educational Association, Denver, Col., July S-, Christian Endeavor Union, Kenton, 0., June 22-25. Elk's Reunion, Los Angeles, Cal., July 11-17. National Gymnastic Unjoju Clncla natl June 10-27.' " ' Dally Excursion to Pacltlo Coast and Far We3t. Full information will be furnish.! on application to L. E. Nebergalt, Agt. H. V. Ry., Marlon, Ohio, SEARCHING FOR EXPLORERS BONES Uf At f Expedition Starts tn Arctic Region to Learn Son$- tumg ot jcricnsen. '! Copenhagen, Juno 22 Tho gov ernment expedition under Oapt. Elmar Mlkkolsen, tho Arctic explorer, sail: ed yesterday aboard the Danish atearri 01 Alabama tor Qreenlaiid, o search for the bodies of Uie rldhen party. MylluB Erlclisen, Uio, leader 04 the Denmnrk-Oreeulaud exiiedltlon, and Liuts. Hngen and Uroenlund porls-hed lu November, 1007, In trying to retina from tho north coast of Oreenlandjhy way of tho inland Ice, having itaen obliged to remain on tho north coast during the summer ot that year, owing IU IIIU BUIT.U 111 tlltl YtlUIIH. S ' Lieut. Trolle, master of the sh Denmark, which returned from Onetm hind in August of Jast year, MdT tljat Uroeplund'A btwly wa( found ,iiL,a crevlco near a donot cind was buried there. The bodies ot the others we'rtf not found owing to the heavy snow, 10 -vM A -. . - r Jba ?.. ' "!SitT, r ,; .1 . ' m : a i b 1 : ?r t.y W - , ,. r J. ,, fcs a . ,' r t . 1 1 r V '