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K. " ) HRM
fiumany Has Own Way at
j Gotham Convention.
(jjDES OYER PAT M'CARREN
Succe$tful Candidate Became Promi
nent Nationally Through Success
ful War Waged Against Rings In
Democratic Party and In Securing
Convlctlon.of John Y. McKane for
Election Frauds Nominated For
'Supreme Judge by Republicans.
11 New York, Oct. 1. Justice William
flay Qaynor of the New York state
Biipreme court was nominated for
movor of Greater New York by tho
Democratic city convention.
Thi nomination was made with a
great demonstration of enthusiasm
ana by a unanimous vote. Tummany
bod Its own way at the conentIon,
which Initiates the Democratic cam
paign for control of the city ro em
inent for tho next four years. Of the
1,679 delegates represented, Tam
many had contiol to all Intents and
purposes of almost tho entire repre
sentations of the boroughs of Man
hattan and tho Dronx, mustering 918
Tho Tammany cohorts were so
(Kiting that they overrode with ease
the, opposition faction, headed by
Stale Senator Patrick H. McCarren
oHDrooklyn, who hbped to secure the
rumination of Comptroller Metz of
that borough. TJio convention nomi
'noUd for this office Robert M. Moore,
president of the Commercial Trust
tanpani-, tho Tammany selection.
tin the mayoralty fight Justice Gay
ri6s chief opponc will be Otto T
Dannard, president of tho New York
ThiBt company, who was nominated
bytho Republicans a few -lays ago,
and who has Borao assurances of sup
'l6rt from the fuslonlsts. There yet
remains the possibility that the Inde
pendence league will make tho con
(test a triangular one by naming a
The platform adopted by tho Dem
ocratic convention deals broadly with
aiatlonnl, state and municipal ques
tions, denouncing tho recent tariff
legislation and objecting to any Inter
ference In local affairs by tho state
I Justice Gaynor, tho mayoralty can
didate. Is a native of Oneida county,
,Jfew York, and Is C8 years old. IIo
became nationally known nearly n
score of years ago for his work In
breaking up rings within the Demo
I 'qritlcr puMy and Mr hi action in se
curing tho conviction of John Y. Me
Kibe, known as tho "Czar of Coney
llsland," for election frauds. In na
tional politics a consistent, lifelong
Democrat, Justice Gaynor was nomi
'rioted for tho supreme court by tho
'Republicans and Independents of this
ictfy, and since that time has twice
declined nominations for governor of
fered to him by his own party. Ho
was prominently mentioned for tho
'second placo on the national Demo
cratic ticket at tho Denver conven
tion last year.
g TRY TO VOTE FOREIGNERS
Indiana County Goes Wet In Spite of
Vigilance of Drys.
, VIncennes, Ind., Oct. 1. Knox
Icounty voted wet In a local option
election by a majority of 820. Tho
city of VIncennes yoted wet by a ma
jority of 1,709.
Knox is the thirteenth of the 92
counties in Indiana to vote wet. Sixty-two
counties hae voted dry and
elglit are dry through operation of
the remonstrance law. Nine counties
remain in which no action has been
A disturbance occurred in the'Sixth
ward, where the wets attempted to
6(e several foreigners. The temper
ance workers produced certified court
jecords giving the names of all for
eigners naturalized here within tho
last flvo years. No further attempt
was made to oto the men. Several
men from surrounding towns wero
met at tho borders of VIncennes by
tho drys and threatened with arrest
If' "they attempted to take part In tho
election. They did not vote.
BANDIT HUNT ABANDONED
Bloodhounds Fall to Pick Up Scent
of Bank Robbers.
1 Glcnwood Springs, Colo Oct. 1.
(After a futile all-day search through
'tha-dillls for the two pandits who rob
tfwJtthe Citizens' -National hank and
Escaped with approximately $10,000
)u.f cash, the hunt was practically
iabandoncd. Bloodhounds were taken
(to'the point where tho robbers aban
doned their horses after a battle with
lilio posse, but failed to pick up the
m Prelnh Bumni Antn.
'MlnAvIn 111 ft.l 1 - n..v VMMM .in.i
ab Duda, 111., and two dangerously
))(jrt, now in tho Proctor hospital, is
tjq result of an accident In which n
aHtomcbllo and an extra freight train
Jp(? the1 Chicago & Northwestern col-
Wets Win at Roanoke.
oanoke, Va., Oct. 1. The local op
n election nero resulted in a vie-
y for tho wets, tho majority bo-
Oklahoma Bank to Rejume.V
klahoma City, Okla., Oct. h Tho
utnula ba'rik, which suspended on
day "with $3,000,000 In deposits,
ui( turned over t6 Its odlcers by
ptM9 PADlun uuuru luuuutt.
5 ' i
& JEFf WANTS MORE MONEY
$55,000 Is Not Enough
Paris, Oct. 1. - Jamet J. Jeffries
tho American heavyweight, who has
been training here for his proposed
fight with Jptk Johnson, said that he
had almost completely recovered
from the cold which ho contracted
seernl days ago while attending tho
Jeffries, who still calls himself the
world's champion, expresses himself
as disappointed at tho meager offer
of $5S,000 for a light, saying: "I am
the champion of the world. I have
everything to lose and nothing to
gain. Therefore I don't want 10 light
for a puise of less than . $150,000.
That Is the si'in first proposed, but
since 1 hne bosun training my nd
eisarles appear less keen. I believe,
howeer, I will make a match when
1 reach New York. I should prefer
to fight In America, rather than In
Australia, and have reason to believe
that the governors of sovernl states
would be willing to allow n fight to
STOCKHOLDERS ON WARPATH
Want Banker Morgan to Account For
Hocking Valley Shares.
Columbus, O., Oct. 1. Minority
stockholders in tho Hocking Valley
railroad made formal demand upon
officials and Individual directors that
suits he brought against directors
and ofllclals who have voted for or
participated with profit in various
deals which the company has had
with the various railway and coal
companies which tho Hocking com
pany has controlled, demanding an
accounting; also that suit bo brought
against J. P. Morgan & Company of
New York for an accounting of all
J. PIERPONT MORGAN.
Hocking Valley shares which, It Is
charged, havo been "unlawfully di
verted and applied to tho purchase of
jStockfl, bonds or other securities pt
The ofllclals and directors also arc
callPd upon to secure Indemnifying
bonds, guaranteeing the payment of
freight charges In arrears against the
Sunday Creek company, the largest
coal company In Ohio, which has
been controlled by the Hocking. Ac
cording to a report by the Interstate
commerco commission, these charges
aggregate over $1,000,000.
Balloon Wrecks Trolley Wires.
Columbus, Ind., Oct. 1. A balloon,
believed to bo the Indiana, which as
cended at Indianapolis, caused a sus
pension of service on the Indianapo
lis, Columbus & Southern traction
lino when an nnchor rope became en
tangled in three high tension wires
near Edlnburg, Ind., and broke them.
Damage was done to tho powerhouse
at Edlnburg by tho breaking of the
Refining Company Bankrupt.
Fort Scott, Kan., Oct. 1. Tho Sun
flower Refining company, operating a
big plant nt NIotasee, Kan., was
forced into bankruptcy by creditors.
ON THE DIAMOND
CLUBS W. I PC. CLUBS W. L.
IJet't.. 07 ta .647 N. Y ,. 7t 70
l'hllu.. 33 57 .CM Cleve., 70 30
Host .. SC Hi .G81 H( L... 00 84
Chlci . 77 73 .013 Wash.. 108
AT PHILADELPHIA It. XI. V.
Philadelphia ...000. 0 00X2 03 7 C
Chicago 0 0 0 110-1118 9 S
Battciles Dyijeit and Iipp; Spott and
Second Oame: it. II, J3.
Philadelphia ...00200200 04 C 2
Chicago 00400011 06 12 3
Batteries Krauxe, Coombs and Lapp;
Bui nt and Owens.
AT NBV YOUK It TI E
St. LoulH 00O0002 0 24 11 2
New York .. .00001201 04 9 1
Culled account daiknens,
Batteries Bailey npd Kllllfcr and Ste
phens. Mun-ilns and Illalr.
AT BOSTON rt, li, p.
Detroit ..022300000710 2
(loston ..... 33000003 3 12 3
Ilatterles-Mullln, Wlllttt nnd Schmidt;
Wood, Hall nnd Donahue,
CLUBS V. I PC. CLUBS W.
Pitts., 107 '40 .728 I'hlla... 70
Chlia. 99 47 .078 St. L.,. CI
N. Y.. 9 C7 .010 Diook., 51
71n'tl. 75 7J .010
Boat... 41 101
AT PITTSBUnO It. ILK
Clttxbtir ..,,., 20000000 02 G 0
New Ymk .. .10001300 10 12 0
Bat l crlcn Willis. Leaver and Ulti?on
mil Simon; Kl.ivWttur anil A. Vllnon.
Hecond Oame: It II. HT
Pittsburg 110 10 3 12 9 IS 0
NftW York ....00000 1 00 01 7 3
Batteries Fioek and Cllbson; Daly anil
AT ST. LOUIS n. II. E.
Boston ........ 110 0 0 0 11 04 10 1
Ht. Louli 00110000 02 a c
ItatterlM llatt'Tn and Ilalrden; Ital
elgh ami IIHju.
Murderer fa Sentenced.
Aberdeen, S. D., Oct. l.Kmll Vic
tor, conIcted of tho murder of Mil
dred Christie, 18, July 3 last, was sen
tenced to hang on Nov. 10, In Aberdeen.
I I tf ? ' -$iriA
THE MARION DAILY
SHIP SUBSIDY IS
GIVEN BIG BOOST
Taft Will Urge Congress to
COUNTRY READY FOR IT
Delivers Speech at Alaska-Yukon-Pa-clfie
Exposition to Largest Crowd
of Present Trip Does Not Favor
Territorial Form of Government
For Alaska, but Speaks of Help to
Be Given In Developing Resources
of Northwestern Possession.
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 1. Speaking
before the largest audienco ho has
faced since his trip began, a crowd
Hint overflowed tho natural nmphl
theater of tho Alaskan-Yukon-Paclflc
exposition, with Its seating capacity
of nearly 20,000, President Taft an
nounced that he would urgo in his
coming message to congress tho en
actment of a ship subsidy law.
Mr. Taft declared that tho country
was ready to make such expetlment,
nnd that something must be done to
build up an American merchant ma
rine. His utterances on this subject
wero recehed with great acclaim.
When tho president turned to Alas
ka,however, and declared that ho was
opposed to granting a tonltorlul form
of government to that far-off posses
sion, tho statement was received In
silence. As the president proceeded,
however, nnd outlined his policy for
tho upbuilding of Alaska, of recom
mending government aid In the con
struction of railroads, of n local gov
ernment by a commission or five pr
more members appointed by tho pres
ident and coopeiatlng with tho gov
ernment, and when he told of tho
.great possibilities that lie In Alaska
he plainly caught tho favor of hl3
hearers and was loudly cheered.
Later In the day, when bo was ad
mitted to membership In tho Arctic
Brotherhood, an International organ
ization made up of Canadians and
Americans Interested In the develop
ment or Alaska, tho president an
nounced that ho Intended to visit
Alaska next summer and to go as far
Into tho territory na tlmo would per
mit, In order that ho might come in
contact with the people nnd seo for
himself what might be done for their
welfare. The president frankly told
tho members of the brotherhood that
ho did noc believe Alaska at this tlmo
Is. ready for entire self-government
"I am as much In favor of popular
government as anybody," declared
tb- president, "but I am Jn fnvor of
popular government only when tho
conditions exist under which popular
government may be n success nnd
work for tho benefit of the people
nnd tho government at large. When
there are Ilmltatlbns growing out of
various clrcumstancs, wo must take
other means until popular govern
ment becomes possible, and then, of
course. It Is tho best government In
In discussing ship subsidy Presi
dent Taft declared thai if a war
should come at this time the United
States would not have enough vessels
to carry coal to Its fleets. And It
would be doubtful under tho neutral
ity laws, he added, If the United
States would bo able to buy foreign
vessels In tho emergency.
The president pointed out that tho
United States mantalns a protectlvo
tarlfT to encourage its manufacturing,
mining nnd farming industries, but
leaves' Us merchant marine to com.
pete with tho foreign-owned vessels,'
which, In addition to being subsidized
by their governments, pay lower
wages and nro subject to less strin
gent laws for tho protection of their
sailors. Examination of statistics, he
Bald, revealed tho fact that American
shipping mnrlno on tho Paclflo coast
Is inadequate to tho demands of tho
growing traffic of tho Pacific, and
also demonstrate that Japan is one
of tho most active and generous
cnnntrlfs In tlin mntlnr nf siilmlrilna
to Its merchant marine
IIo assailed tho objection that a
ship subsidy law woudl take monoy
out of the treasury of tho federal
government and put it Into tho pock
ets of tho ship owners, by saying
that tho government is already con
tributing in various ways on similar
principles in effect both by tho pro
tective tariff law, by tho river and
harbor bills and the reclamation ser
vice. He said that tho money is
given to the Bhlp owners that thoy
can compete for a reahonablo profit
only with tho merchant marine of the
Tho address in tho amphitheater
was mado at 3 p. m., and immediately
after the ceremonies there tho presi
dent went to tho Arctic Brotherhood
building for tho Initiation. Ho re
turned to tho city for a p6rlod of
rest and to dress for dinner. Upturn
ing to tho fair grounds, Mr. Taft
viewed for the first tlmo the wonder
At the Arctic Brotherhood tho pres
ident was elected honorary past
grand Arctic chief and was presented
with a costly robe of ofllco mado of
purplo velvet and trimmed with furs
Tho brotherhood did not presumo to
ask the president to don thd robo,
but he Insisted, with tho laughing re
mark: "I am not nriald to put on tho
robes of ofllco I never havo been,"
Tho only opening In the robo was at
tho neck, and after it had been put
over the president's bend, things
seemed to got Into a tanglo nnd tho
proBldOnt wns lost to' view for two or
MI RROR, FRIDAY, O'CTOBER, 1, 1900
CAPTURES THIRD PENNANT 1
Detroit Will Have Honor of Playing
In Post-Season Series.,
Philadelphia, Oct, 1. Detroit, al
though defeated by Boston, won tho
American league baseball pennant for
th9 third time by virtue of Philadel
phia's doublo defeat at tho hands of
Chicago. Philadelphia had a faint
.hopo of winning tho flag by Detroit
losing all its remaining gamed, and
the homo team laklng nil It had to
play, but tho two defeats mado It Im
possible for Philadelphia cither to
win or tie tho champions.
Medicine Man Commits Suicide,
Spokane, Wash., Oct. 1. Old Bap
tlste, tho lust tncdlclno man of tho
Colvlllo Indians, committed suicide at
Orovllle, lying down on tho railway
track In front of ah engine. He was
intoxicated. Baptisto was known ns
"Bat" and was over 80 yeats ef age.
He took part in many lights with tho
whites- half a century ngo.
ON TARIFF DEBATE
Bryan Does Not Want to Embar
rass Democratic Party.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. l.In explana
tion of his position on tho propbsed
debate with Senator Bailey of Tcxus,
at Atlanta, Ga., W. .T. Bryan nddrcss
ed a letter to Clark Howell, editor of
tho Atlanta Constitution. Tho letter
reads ns follows:
"I wired j ou that I would commit'
nlcato with yoit by letter my reasons
for believing a. debate Inadvisable.
When a Joint meeting was suggested
at El Paso, Tex., I replied to tho ef
fect that I am trying to aid In the
election of n Democratic majority In
the next congress; that to that end I
havo suggested a brief but specific
tariff plank which I ask Democratic
candidates to accept, reject or amend,
and that, believing n debate would
tend to tin ii attention from tho Ibsue
to individuals, I would not consider
tho proposition unless it cams as n
"I might add tho further reason
that a debate between two Demo
crats would acentuato tho tariff dif
ferences that havo embarrassed our
party In congress, and give tho He
publlcan newspapers a chanretodwell
upon Democratic dissensions :nstead
of devoting their tlmo to tho contest
now being waged between the pro
gressive Hepubllcaim nnd ths stand
patters. "A debate mlgnt be pleasing to tho
participants nnd entertaining to tho-
audlohcc, but i think that the subject
which I nn endeavoring to present Is
worthy of calm niiilprlous consider
BUILDS LARGE DIRIGIBLE
Bumbflugh Announces Launching at
Indianapolis Oct. 10.
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 1. It was
learned that Carl Fisher and G. L.
Bumbaugh of this city are construct
ing a dirigible balloon which, they de
clare, Is to bo the largest in tho
United States. Tho bag is to bo ICO
feet long and 32 feet in diameter. It
will have a capacity for 1,000 pounds
of ballast and three mon will bo re
quired to operate It. Bumbaugh said
that ho intends to launch tho balloon
from tho Indlnnapolls motor speed
way about Oct. 10 and, after soaring
about tho soldiers' and sailors' monu
ment In this city, to start for Day
Jump of September Wheat.
Chicago, Oct. l. September
wheat, which asldo from occasional
nervousness, has seemed to be dying
a natural quiet death, Jumped sud
denly Into sensational promlnenco,
advancing by leaps and bounds 14c
over Wednesday's closo to ?1.25.
ANNOUNCE POST-SEASON SERIES
Boston Americans and New York
Nationals to Play.
Cincinnati, 0 Oct. 1. Tho ar
rangements for tho post-season series
between tho New York National
leaguo and Boston American league
clubs wero announced by tho nntlonal
commission. Tho wording of tho no
tice regarding terms under which tho
Now York-Boston series will bo play
ed is practically tho Bamo aB that
concerning tho Chicago championship
Tho schedulo is ns follows: Friday,
Oct. 8, New York; Saturday, Oct. 9,
Now York; Monday, Oct. 11, Boston;
Tuesday, Oct. 12, Boston; Wednes
day, Oct. 13, Now York; Thursday,
Oct. 14, Boston,
Tliq umpires selected are Charles
Hlgler and T. H. Connolly, with Hob
ort Emsllo and J. J. Egan ns substi
Girl Is Deserted.
Marlon, 0 Sept. 30. Penniless
and hungry, Pretty Hazel Townsend,
17, daughter of a wealthy fnrmor
nenr Greenville, was takon In charge
b tho police whllo bogging on tho
streets. 3he told tho officers alio
was enticed away from home by a
man named Frank Adams under
promise of marriage. 'Sho thought it
would bo romantic to elopo. Adums,
tho girl says, was a gambler and lost
all his money at Troy and desoi'ted
Mm. Meadow ft Paris botol)-Ooo!
There's a fly In this soup!
Mr. Meadow (who has traveled n III-tle)-NiiBh,
Mlrnudn; don't speak po
IpudJ No use exposn' our Ignorance.
This bill of fare Ik nll.Jn French, nd
iiiebby wo ordered fly sonp.-Londou
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Items of Interest to People In All
Parts of Ohio.
Fltjdtay, O., Oct. l. Chorles Beck
er, 11, Injured whllo playing football,
died nftcr terrible suffering. Tho lad
was thrown and ho suffered Intornal
Younn Girl Elopes.
Clrclovllle, O., Oct. 1. Harry Gray,
40, formerly from Virginia, eloped
with Florence Pntton Toles, 14. They
left p, nolo saying they wero going to
Kan! as City.
Prominent 8urgeon Dies.
Cleveland, O., Oct. , - Dr. Xcno
phon Chrlsttnast Scott, widely known
throughout the country ns a surgeon
and bcullst, died of paralysis In this
city, nt tho ngo of C8.
Registration Is Heavy.
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 1. An Increase
of 1.C39 votes over tho first day of
registration last year iaa recorded
In the first day of registration for the
coming municipal election.
Killed at Grade Crossing.
Norwnlk, O., Oct. 1. Mrs. Jo
sephine Pease, a widow, wns struck
by a Lnko Shore & Michigan South
ern train nt Wnkoman nnd Instantly
killed. Her body, horribly mangled,
was not found until soveral hours
after tho accident.
Found Dead In Car.
Delaware, O. Oct. 1. Alexander
McGregor, 45, was found dead here In
a lumber-laden car in tho Big Four
yards. Ho had been crushed between
two piles of boards that camo togeth
er when an engine was coupled to
tho car. Ho hnd a card Issued by a
Chicago tinners union In his pocket.
Smuggle "Chltiks" Into Toledo.
Toledo, 0 Oct. 1. That Toledo
has been a distributing point for
scores of Chlneso spirited Into tho
country from Canada, Is tho opinion
of Immigrant Inspectors. Jung Chum
Gum, a Chlneso laundryman, wus ar
rested for being unlawfully In tho
country. Opium smuggling Is nlno
State Will Investigate.
Lima, 0., Oct. 1. A commotion
wns created in court circles on the
receipt of advices by Prosecutor Wel
ly from Governor Harmon, Rtatlng ho
would Bend W. II. Miller of tho attor
ney general's ofllco hero to tako per
sonal charge of tho grand Jury probo
Into the alleged scandal connecting
court officials with tho attempted Jail
break in August.
SUICIDE'S ACCOUNTS SHORT
Insurance Company Officials Examine
Dr. Webster's Books.
Grand Itupidn, Mich., Oct. 1. Fol
lowing tho sulcldo of Dr. Airred M.
Webster, secretary of tho New Kra
association, n llfo Insurnnco organiza
tion, who Bhot and killed hlmnelf In
tho offices of tho association,! tho or
ganization's dlroctbrs Issued nn offi
cial statement, which says:
"Investigation has not yet pro
gressed sufficiently to dete'rmlno tho
exilct amount of tho shortage. Mnking
allowances, however, for all unadjust
ed death claims, thoro remains a
bank bnlanco of $15,000 above all pos
slblo liabilities, so far as can bo as
certained." Stato Insurance Examiner Englo
hart made an unofficial statomont es
timating tho shortage at $14,504.
PREFERS EXITE TO JAIL
Georgia Banishes Woman Who Con
fessed Intimacy With Murderer.
Illnesvlllo, Ga., Oct. 1. Mrs. llelon
Faulling, who at tho trial of Charles
A. Gordon, accused of murdering her
husband, William N. Faulling, con
fessed thnt she had maintained xsrlm
inal relations with Gordon, was given
her cholco of six mouths in jail or
oxllo from Georgia. Sho choso exile,
and before tho Gordon Jury returned
Its ordlct was on tho way to Florida.
Gordon was convicted and given n
Fire Visits Amusement Resort.
Baltimore, Oct. 1. -Fire destroyed
about a third of tho buildings nt Riv
er View, un amusement resort of
largo size, Just east of this city. The
damage Is variously estimated at
from $75,000 to $100,000.
THE MEAT OP IT
County clerks throughout Ohio nro
preparing to abjrfult tho legislature
with an appeal for Increased salaries.'
Bylvunua Bourne, C2, promlnont
Iron manufacturer of Cleveland, O.,
committed suicide. Worry over Ill
ness of son tho cause.
Engineer Connely of an Iron Moun
tain freight was killed whllo passing
through a tunnel noar Crlbett, Ark.,
presumably by being struck on tho
head by a rock whllo leaning out of
Armour & Company pf Chicago
havo purchased the Tennesseo Chem
ical company's fortlllzor plant nt
Nashville, for a consideration
1909 OCTOBER 1909
Tho Black Hand Buslnei,
Mm Unit Vi iuwni(l got m Jotter
Imlny tmvlng Mm'HiliigdHmlfti woitlrt
happen If he dMij't euii thu writer n
mini of money, Mr. iuuitMy hus
band gels dunned for his bills too.-
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AMMANN'S sASS AMMANN'S
Commander Peary Stands on
IS GIVEN A BIG OYATION
I Sailors of German Fleet Make lilt of
Celebration by Playing "My Coun
try, 'TIs of Thee," as They Pass
Reviewing Stand Crowd Cheers
Until Voices Fall .Heavy Wind
Again Frustrates Plans of Rival
Aviators at Governors Island.
Now Yoik, Oct. . Commander
Ilobert E. Peary, Btoiidlng on thu
brldgo of tho Roosevelt ns It steamed
up tho Hudson river with her warrior
sisters nnd other marino craft, was.
easily tho center of nttradlon of' tho
great naval parade today. Now
York's wolcomo to tho returned Arc
tic traveler was of tho most enlhunl
astlc character, and for a time It
seemed that the oiJglin!.ol)Jott of tho
Hudson-Fulton celebration had been
lost sight of in tho desire of tho spec
tators to do honor to ono of tho men
Who claims t6 havo nailed tho stars
and stilpes to tho north pole.
Twenty-flvo thousand men of arms
marched past tho massed representa
tives nnd special envoys of .17 na
tions, whllo 11,000,000 citizens, seated
in grandstands or Htnndlng along
Fifth avenue, shouted themselves
hoarao In cheers, Tho great military
parado was tho climax of tho Hudson
Although there wero tremendous
ovntlons for each bodyof American
tioops ond unstinted applauso in
overwhelming volumo for tho British
sailors, tho most conspicuous recep
tion of the day went to tho sailors of
the German fleet, a picked body of
magnificent men, who, as they reneh
ed tho' reviewing stand, fell Into tho
formal slap-slap of tho parade goose
stop and burst into "My Country, 'Tis
of Thee," with an overwhelming vol
umo of brassca and a fervor which
took away tho breath of tho listen
oi a. Tho benches snt silent for a
moment, nnd then rising bareheaded
to tholr feet, cheered and cheered
and cheered again, until their voices
gave way ond they could only wavo
hats and handkerchiefs in a long
echo of applause.
Heavy wind ngaln Interfered with
tho plans of Wilbur Wright nnd
iiionn II. Curtlss to sail over and
around tho battleship fleet in tho
BURLEY CROP IS POOLED
Kentucky Growers Representing 101r
000 Acres Vote For Action,
Louisville, Ky Oct. 1. Ileports
from tho flfty-odd counties In which
hurley tobacco Is grown In Kentucky
lndlcnto that tho 80 por cent voto
necessary to declare tho 100!) Burley
society pool has beon secured. At
Paris, In Bourbon county, only was
there nn untoward domonstintlon nnd
un attempt to defeat tho pool, but
this was overwhelmingly defeated.
In Franklltr county, of which tho
state capital, Frankfort, Is tho county
seat, but onr voto wub registered
against tho pool.
Hopoits were that In louml num
bers 101,000 acres hnvo boeu pooled
and 94,000 not pooled in Kontucky.
It has been decided thnt tho pooling
books bo held open until Oct. 20, and
by that tlmo much or tho 91,000 acres
outstanding will be gathered In, it Is
Mrs. H6nry-wimt h mount, John,
by "calling n blufT?"
Mr tfiiry ."-Summoning the Janitor,
my aear.-uoston Herald.
Jackets and Top Coats clean
ed good as new, at
Johnston's Dye House.
no S. Piotptct Phone 823
Call Ld Dtliveiy Gtiyitt jee
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NEW GAS HEATER
Y. M. C. A.
Ofice open day and evening.
NOKTH 7 a. m.; 10:15 a. m.; :M
tl. m.; 12:20 n. m.; 6:11 p. m. LogM
to Marlon only.
SOUTH G: 45 a. m.; 7120 a. m.
10:15 a. m.; 1:H6 p. m.;, 7:1S 9. 'm
Dally sxcept Sunday,
BASTBOUND 0:25 a. bo.? 11: M
noon; 7:Z2 p. m.; 10:7 p. m.- 11:11
p. m.; 6:27 p. m.
WIi&TBOUND-2!:S8 a. m.; CM
m.; 9:55 a. m.; 1:66 y. n.;i !T:H
m.: 4:27 v: m.
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EIIIE CHICAGO DIVIBION.
WEST 10:25 a. m.; 1:64 p. w.fl
12:32 a m.; 14M0 p. m.;; a7:l
EAST 5:18 a. m.; 6:69 a. m.
2:40 p. m.; 0:12 p. m.; 11:48 p. m.
Dally except Sunday. rum U
Lima only, a runa to iluntlngtoa
EIUJB CINCINNATI DIVIBION.
BOUTHWlSav 10:27 a. m.; 4:10 9.
m.; 12:46 a. m.
EAST 12:53 V. H.3 U:l ft. MM
:20 p. m.
NORTH 12:30 p. m.; s:6l p, m.
Dally oxcept Sunday. 8:21 p. m. Bum
SOUTH fl:6S a. m.; dally aia i:t)
. m. daily except Sunday.
O., D. & M. ELECTfUO
SOUTH Cara leavo for Columbrt
at 6, 7, 8 and 10 a. m., at 12 nooa
nnd at 2, 4, 6, 6, '8 p. m. Tn ana 11
, m. cars go to Delaware only
NORTH Cara leava Columbia' tot
Marlon at 7:30, 9:30 and 11:3
m and at 1:30, 2:30, 1:30, l:M
7:30 and at 8:30 p. m.
Saturdays, Sundays and legal noli
days there will ba hourly eorvlc b
ween Marlon and Columb'ua front
a. m. to 9 p. m.
O. M. &" B. ELECTRIC
NORTH Cara leavo Marios ro
Bucyrus at 6, 8, 10 a. m., 12, a, 4, t,
and 8 p. m.
SOUTH Cara arrlva from Eucyrtii
Rt 7:66, 9:65 and 11:55 n. va.; lilt,
:65, 5:55, 7;55 and 9:55 p. m.
Hocking Valley Bulletin
OF LOW ILVTJ3 EXCURSIONS
Sunday Kvciu-aIouh to Columbus
HnincM'ekerH Krciirsonls to West
ern nnd Southern points, 1st and
:id TueMlny or eni month.
Trtia TlclcttH toColuinbiiH every ilny
lTnineseokei',4 Excursion to Mlchl-
guu points, 1st mul Hnl Tiic.-i-
day of rncli month.
mw Rnto Cohmlul Tlqkest to Vu
clllu Coust (tally until October
Dally Excursions to New York In
National Apple Show, Spokane, No-
American Slrcut nnd Interiitlmn
Railway Asn'11, Dourer, Octo
Disciples of Christ, lMUsburjr, Va.;
Centennial Celebration, St, LouIh,
Mo Oct. 8.10.
Dully Excursion to Pacific Const
nhd Eur West.
Full Information nm xm famish.
i'rt on Application to
L. E. NEDKROALL
Agent H. V, Ry. Marlon.
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