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on t h PAGE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1,,1910. i ; " l BOOST m BATES 88 Fete! Judge ! sues iipctjoii. ADMINISTRATION ACTS Suspicious of Proposed In crease In FrelgM Charges. TO BE EFFECTIVE TODAY Attorney General Holds Thai Twenty-Five Railroads Acted In Concert and In Violation of Sherman Anti-Trust Law. Hannibal, vo June 1. Judge Da via Dor of the United States court for the eit-m district of Missouri, Bitting In chambers, Issued a tompo rnry injunction restraining 25 west ern ralliuads from enfoiclng, effect ing or linking the advances In inter state commerce commission tariff A 11D on the ground flint the said ad vances ha-.o been arrived at by the defendant therein by agreement with each other and without competi tion and In violation of the act of July 2 1800, called the "Sherman nntl trust act." It Is further stated In the restrain ing order that "unless sdeh n re straining order he iisttcd said ad vances will become oft'octhe Juno 1. 1910. to the grave harm and Injury of tho people of the United States." The petition upon which tho In junction was issued was presented to Judge Dyer by Edwin P. Grosvonor of "Washington, special assistant to tho attorney general of tho United States, and Frederick N. Judson of St. Louis, acting In like capacity. The petition was signed by George W. Wlekcrshnm, attorney general; William S. Konyon, assistant to tho attorney general; Frederick N. Jud son. I'd win I. Grosvonor, special as sistant to the attorney' goQtfar; unit Charles A. Hout, United States at tornoy TAfT APPROVES ACTION Suit Acialnst Railroads Discussed at Cabinet Meeting. Washington, June 1 . Attomoy General Wickorsham Instructed Ed ward 11 Urofcvunor, one of his assist ants, who vus In St. Louis, to apply to Judge David J Dyer of tho fed eral district for an Injunction ro- Gtrnlnlng 25 railroads in the middle west from putting Into effect In creases In fi eight rates ranging from 10 to GO per cent. The activity of the nttornoy gon' eral'ii ollb o Is practically the result of the appeal which was mode to him by a dcligtllon of shippers from tho middle n.,t, supported by 20 or more Jnfl.ieniiul members of (otigiesu from that set Hon of the eomitrv . The denurltaeut of lustic in their A M "& jr$s dTto Is printed on the outer wrapper of every bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and it is the onlv medicine for woman's peculiar ailments, sold by druggists, the linkers of which feel fully warranted in thus taking the aiilicted into their lull contiuence The more known about the composition of "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the more confidently will invalid women rely upon it to cure their peculiar weaknesses and e rangements. There's no secrecy about its TnakC'Upno deceptive inducements held out to the afflicted. It's simply a $ood, honest, square deal medicine with no alcohol, or Injurious, hnbit'formlmi drugs in its compo sition. Made wholly from roots. It can do no harm in any condltibn of woman's organism. Devised and put up by a physician of vast experience in the treatment of woman's maladies. Its ingredients have the .indorsement of leading physicians in all schools of practice. "The Favorite Prescription" is known everywhere as the standard remedy for'diseases of vomen and has been so regarded for the past 40 years and more. A,ccept'no secret nostrum in place of "Favorite Prescription" a medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION, with a record of 40 years of cures behind' it. It's foolish and often dangerous to experiment with new or but slightly tested medicines sometimes urged upon the afflicted as "just as good" or better than "FnvoritR Prescription." The dishonest dealer sometimes insists that he knows whit the proffered substitute is made of, but you don't and it is decidedly for your interest that you should know what you are taking into your stomach and system ex pecting it to act as a curative. To him its only a difference of profit. Therefore, insist on kaving Pr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. v Send 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only on a free copy of Dr, Pierce's Cojsmori Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages cloth-bound. , iWtlPdVs Dispensary Medical Association. Proprietors, C VI Pidrce,M D'.j Fr dent,. Jiutfalo, jN, Y. TIZ-FOR SORE FEET t Tlml, Aching, . Swollen, Smelly, Sucnly rod? Corns, Oillonvos or ItmiloiisV Uo '117.. fl'i Sure, Quick mid Certain. f ' ton will I'njoy VsIiijj TV.. The Mnit 1'lctiMiiil lleiiiril.t You lor 'I'rleil iiinl Moi-cowr It Works. At Inst there Is Instant icllef nnd n lasting pcrnainent retnedy for sore r, i-t. Nil inoic tired feet. No more aching fe't. No more swollen, bad smelling, sweaty rent. No nore corns No more bunions, No more callous es, no matter what alls your feet or what under the mm you've tiled without roller. Just use TIX. TIZ Is totnlly unlike anything else for the purpose ou over heard of. U'h tho only foot remedy over made which aft on tho principle of draw- lug out nil the poisonous oxudntlonaq which cause sore feet, 1'owdern and other remedies tnoiely clog up tho pores., TIZ cleans them out and hoops them clean. It works light off. You will feel better tho very tlrst tlmo Its used. ITso It a week and you can forget you ever hntl sore foot, There Is nothing on earth that can compare with It. TIZ Is for sale at all dtug glsts 2Ec por box or direct If you wlsli from Waller Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. m.i i ' i ' inn . proceedings against tho western trunk-Una committee assorts thnt the railroads have entered Into a combi nation In lolatlon or the Shorman antitrust law. The president went over the case with the attorney gen eral nnd concurred with blm In the opinion that an Injunction suit ought to bo bogun at onco. The subject was also discussed nt the cabinet meeting. It Is oxpectod Hint the light be tween tho government and tho rail roads on this proposition will bo bit ter. Tho railroads of the country pretty generally havo increases In frolght rates under contemplation, If they havo not alrendy filed them, nnd In other cases the Increases appar ently havo been the result or con certed action through committees or associations. Denies Moody Will Roslgn. , Boston. June I. A report Hint Justice Moody of the supreme court Is' to retire next'Oetober unless his vendition improves was received In liOJIlUH. IIWIUUBU 11U 1 BUll ouuw- lne from stomach trouble, his condi tion Is somewhat Improved. Dr. J. H. Goldthwalt who Is attending blm, states that thro is nothing In the report that bin patient Is uoing to resign. Big Prize For Flight. New York, Juno 1 At a banquet given by tho Now York World at.thu Hotel Astor, In honor of Gloim II. Curtlss, it was uunour.ced that the World nnd St. Louis Post-Dispatch would offer a prize of $30,000 for tho first successful aeroplane flight from New York to St. Louis. Tho time allowance and numbor of stops 'per mitted havo not been decided upon. Norton Selected aa Secretary. Washington, June 1. It Is regard ed hero ns practknll ceiUiln that Charles D. Norton of riil nu will I iteceed Pied W "npeiter as bttie lury to the jm-sideiit. I.MIHHilMH,ll,mWIH1 m Hone WINS IN harbor d Host of Objectionable Items Are Dropped. HIS HOME CITY SUFFERS Appropriations For Improvc'Ticntn at Clovelntul Amonfj Items Eliminated by Conference Committee Dalloy Threatens to Raise Rumpus When Reoort Comes Un In Senate Be cause Beaumont-Ncchso Canal Was Slighted. Washington, June I. The confer ence committee of the senate and holtso on the river nud harbor hill havo agreed on that measure Mot or the rfroposltions which were ob jected to by Senator Burton of Ohio on tne ground that they had ihmt been recommended by engineers were dumped from the bill. These are tho Items thnt aroused President Toft's suspicions or tho bill and that led to rcpoits th-it the president might eto tho incisure. Thero are, however, some good-ri.ed pleceB of pork still in the bill. One or two other propositions that originated in' tho house which had ue or been rec ommended by onginews nTso remains In the bill, and there is considerable speculation ns to the president's atti tude towurd the menuie. It Is certain that tho confeience ro port will meet with a gootl deal of opposition lu the senate, nnd possibly In the house. Senator Bailey of Tex as is said to bo especially displeased because an amendment put into the bill In the sennto authorizing the llPiiumotit-N'eches canal In Texas wns dropped by tho conferees. Senator Bui ton also Is fur from satisfied with the report, and threatens trouble. It appears now that a proposition for tho lmproioment of the harbor of Cleveland, Senator Burton's homo city. Is dropped by tho conrerenco le port. The following projects put Into tho bill In the senate wei'e eliminated entirely by Uie conferees: Beaumont Neches canal, Texas, $200,000; Grcoii rier tlnin.. Kentucky. $2.r,0,00a; Arca dia harbor. Michigan. $20,000; im proilng Missouri river at Lnko Con trary. $7.,0p0. The total carried by tho bill as re ported Is 3C1.017.718. Reporter Wise to Gertrude. ' New York, Juno L Gertrude Iloff. man, Snlomo dancer, and then some, soiled for Europe on,, the Prlnz Frol dorich Wllliclm with a contract for $1.10.000 ror next year. "Whoro is this contrnct?" asked a reporter. "In tho sarest placo that n woman knows." Tho reporter glanced to ward her oboes. "Yon'vo guossod," laughed Salome, "It's In ray stock ing." PRISONERSJSCAPE PRISON Ohio Penitentiary l.cse3 Two Star Boarders by Front Wall Route. Columbus, O., Juno 1.- Two pris oners escaped from tho Ohio ponlton tlary by sealing tho front building with the aid of a two-Inch pleco of belting. They aro Albert frnzor, 21, sent up from Lucas county to servo 15 yenrs on n charge of burglary and larceny, and Bert Smith, 20, sorvlng n life scntonre for a miiider commit ted In Cuyahoga county. Tho formor had been In prison a llttlo ovor a year and Smith a little moro than two years. Bloodhounds at Lancas ter havo been sent for. ISPISTE sty WW w. l3IsTiIjW.cS"Ii. "mtWtmmwk 5 Jlnjnr J' ln V Pitzgerald. .( Bos ton, who Im- ri ne on reeuid f fa voring Huiiduv ln-elmll IB' di i lures tlmt he will Kutiiiilt.ft pill to Ut" le Ishiiure providing for the m.iUiug or Sunday bnsebull mill' illnilur uport legal, lie argues that sm li hnrnj Ichh recreation Is iiiuoh bett. i than enforced Idleness for boys nnd men who liavo no way Of timiislug them Helves.' Boston rnns aro niil Hiding Ills declination. FEND EVIDENCE OF . GiflME IN CHURCH flow Believed Alms Kellner Killed Near Altar, Louisville, Ky., Juncf 1. It Is be lieved that Aiwa KaHirinto Kellner, thollltlo olght-voar-oldglll who dis appeared 'from her TiolRit' on Doe. 8, was murdered wlthllL the snored walls of St. John's vOfiiollc church,. Tracos of the crlmtj "have ieon dls .coi'orfcd underneath lh? flour ,of ,n smgllNiodm adjoining the altar of the eburebf Bloodstains on tho bilck In the wall, a sbmll "leather gauntler worn by tho child on tli day she left homo, two bloodstained lmndker-c-hlofs belonging to u 'man, and a piece of black featt" r tlkt adorned the gill's hat were ximo Of the dis coveries mudb by the wjurojiers. That the body wns thrust through n bole In the floor of the tmorlsty which led to the basement of tho church by the murderer hi tie theory of thoso worklrfg ott the mystery, and then an attempt majflo to cremate It In the furnace of the cjiiirclir Palling In this, it is thauftht. that thu fiend curried iho hody to the utilised cellar of tho school and th re burlud It. Only one carriage followed tho hearse' to the cemc-leiy. and tho fu neral was held unexpectedly to avoid a crowd of morbidly tui-loiw people. Mis. Lena 'Wendlln. wife 'of thox missing Janitor of the school, who Is boing held ns an ,fur'im'y to ,tlu uiuider. of the clillu, w is planted In police court, but her case was con tinued, She donles all knowledge of tho crime. Joke Proves Reality, nueyrns. 0., June I "If ajiylhlng happens we have the uudei Inker with us," said Bolx 1 1 McDonald -Jo vlally as a party of UtUa inengot Into an automobile line to' drivo to All It a An hour lut i the ui)r wiw wreekid and the uudei taker's owji ambul'UKc was summoned to' carry him home, Mr. Mdinnnld, whoso Joko about the undi rtakor wns per fect. Is doiid from bin injuiles, hav ing died in the hospital. Assert Kohlor Wan Drunk. Cleveland, O., June I.--TI10 Olvll tervhe (ommisslon In g-in hearing ulineiuos in supieit or -J'.', charges of Srunlii iinesH and ! nnornllty on fhluh I'vederlck Kolil 1 waa uuHpond fd n chief of pol' week wo. Kohler Hied a gene 'I denial. 'Several witnesses testified t 1 in their opln Ion Kohler vm lm mud last ele- tlou night, Nov. '! in tjie rooms of tho board of elcaiu, 1 and on the street. TAKES SHOT AT' AIRSHIP Aviator WJlard l -nds When Mli sourlan's Hullet Hits Propeller. Jopjin, Mo., Jui.e 1. Dodging 1III0 bullous in eloudliml n tho bin row ing experience or ( liarles Wlllltird, tho tvlatar, who 1 ii, a westAvnrd In a Ci'rUf, biplane tmnr the Joplln avlatjou Hold and v bu wna forced to sottlo to earth two miles from his ,turtlng point, after oiio ef-the mis riles hud splintered ids propeller, cut a hole through the pinno nnd broken ono of tho neroplfnio i lbs. No traco of his assailant wn fotiiul. Tipped to Succeed Palllnfjer. Washington, June l Ho persistent havo tho, reports be. olue that Secre tary liallliiHor is to 'ntlro from tho Taft cabinet that tin jrosslps tiro al ready busy with the selection of his mtccessor. Fori, cr i nator Chustcv JT. Long of KunMi- m lipped as tho tirobablo cbolco of tho president. OHIO tDUCATOfMS HONORED Dr. Guy Potter Bonlon Made Presi dent of Boston University. Boston, Juno 1. By nu ttnnnlmmiB voto tho trustees of Boston unlvor nlty elected as president Guy Potter Benton, president of Miami Utilver nlty since 1902, as successor to Pres ident Wl'llam E. Huntington, whoso resignation wtfs offered nomo months ago. Tliq trustees express tho belief that Boston university will bo fortu. nnto In securing the sol vices of Dr. Benton ns president. Dr. Ilenlon has Jusf returned from his sabbatical yoais nbioad and It hnB been suggested thnt tho trustees of Miami unieidty might feel 'that U1I3 is hardly tho proper lime for him to lonvo. The Boston university trui-tccn express the hope that If any ouch objection exists It will be over come In order that Dr. Denton may bo permitted to coino to Boston. Dr. Benton wns educated at the Ohio Normal university, Ohio Wesleynn, Baker university and University of Wooster. ' Benton lo Noncommittal. Oxrord. O , June I. - Dr. Guy Pottor Benlou, piesldout or Miami univer sity, dorlincd toi discuss his election ns head or Boston university. Wheth er ho will uccept Hie, new pout will not bo. announced until nrtcr ho has consulted with tho liustees of tho local Institution, he said. CRAWfORD NOW IN CHARGE Adams County Editor Succeeds Sul livan as Public Printer. Columbus, 0 Juno 1. 13. A. Craw foul of Adams county, editor or thu People's Defender, today succeeded J. J. Sullivan or St. Marys as super visor of stato pilnting. Almost coin cident with tho assumption or olllce by Mr. Cinwford, a report wns filed with tho state accounting bureau on Adamsveounly uhowini' that his pa per made an overcharge or ?73G.02 ngnlnst the county, and this, the re port states, should bo returned. The roport was mndo by I'xnmlncra G. W. Barroro nnd It. II. Cope, and covors tho period rrom April 1, 1007 to Jan. 1, 1910. The total findings against officials and others umounts to $2,072.58. BIG BARBECUE PLANNED Columbus Democrats to Hold Jubilee Juno 27. Columbus, 0 Juno 1. Governor Marshall of Indiana. Champ Clark of Missouri and Olllo Jnnie3 or Ken tucky will be the principal speakers at tho annual outing and barbecue of the Columbus Jefferson club, to bo held nt Olontangy park Juno 27. Del egates from tho JcfTerhon club will attend tho Democratic convention at Dayton June 22 nnd extend a general Invitation to all tho delegatus thoro lo uttond tho Columbuti outing. A hundred,lhlou$nnd Invitations will bo sent over the state, which will admit the bearer to tho grounds and to tho tables at the "barbecue. The members or tho dub say they aro going to try to mnlto this tho greatest Demo ratio assembly ecr held In the state of Ohio. EITZllEnBIRT IS KING OP TRACK Hlldrcth'o Mono 'Maker. .. Pace In fJreoklyn Handicap. Nev York, Juno' 1. Kitzheibort, tho best rnioboiso In Anunlca, won tho historic Brooklyn handicap, 0110 mllo and a quarter, at Giavescnd. Itunnlng in the colors of Mr. Mil droth and canylng 30- poundii, the four-j oaV-old son of Kthelbert-Mor-ganiitle made all tho pace, beating tho barrier" by a length, and gallop ing tho ether . startera Into submis sion with such ease that moro than. J2.000 npectnlois wore convinced of his greatness. The time wus 2:05 2-5. Former Treasurer Treat Dies. Now York. Juno 1. Stricken with apoplexy, .Chnrles Henry Tieat, 08, until last September tieasuier of the United Stntes. died In the Victoria hotel without regaining Conscious ness. Ills wire and two dnushteis were with him. G. W. Wickersham Attorney General In President Taft'a Cabinet. Stnto of Olilo, City of, Toledo, I'riiid. J. C'lmnoy nialtos oath that lie Lutos County. I ha. Is senior pni-tnur of tlio tlrm of K J. t lieimy ,t Co., duliiu buslnvsa In U10 city Of 'J nltillo. eViiintv nml Htntn tfii-..ii .1.1 'A'l'.1 .tllut Sllia '"in will pay the sum of ON1S IJIINDJU-D DOLLAllS for each nud every cuuo of Uatatrh that cannot b cured by tlio iihu of Ilull'H Catarih 1.11IU. VUAlilt. J. Ulll'JNIiV. Hworn bofuio mo and subt-rlbcd In my iirssenne, thin Cth day of December, A. (Soal'.') A. W. QI.KABON. Notary Public. . Ilnll's Cutnrrli Cure tniten Internal ly, find net (Hi colli' oil tlio blood nml mucoiiH Hiirfncca of tho system, Send for -P J 0II1:NI2V & CO.. Toledo,, 0 ""old by all DiuBRlats 70c. " v Tuko Hull's Fumlly llU for couatt patio a, MICHELIN Tire s Michelin was the first automobile tires and now of all PUT SUGAR FRAUDS UP TO DEAD MEN Bendernagel and Gerbracht Pro test Innocence, New York, Juno 1. It was a case of putting It up to somebody else when the defense began in the sugar fraud trial before Judgo Martin In tho United States circuit court. Tho defense of both Bendernagel, tho cashier of the Williamsburg reiluery, and Gcrbracht, Its superintendent, Is that ' Spltzor, the dock superinten dent, hud u department all to himself and that they had nothing to do with weighing, Bendernagel hardly know ing one weight from another. In his opening for Gerbracht, GeorgeMHcKellur, his counsel, inj ad dition to Inylng whatever blame there was on Spltzer, mentioned the names of J O. Bonner nnd F. E. Matthles sen, former directors of the trust, and both dead. He said that Instead of Garbracht's having charge of the re finery while these men were alive, ho wits In reality only a sugar bollor, seeing thnt the fires were kept under tho pots nnd that the man really In chnrgo of What was going on In a full managerial sense wns first Mr. Bon ner and Mien Mr. Matthlossen, whose offices were at the refinery. Mr. Mat thlessen died In 1906. After that Gerbracht had his powers slightly extended, but ho never did cover Spltzer, so Mr. MacICellar said. BUCKEYE BRIEfS Items of Interest to People In All Parts of Ohio. Columbus, 0 Juno 1. Dnnnto DI tullo, serving a lite sentence for mur der, died nt the penitentiary hospital. He had been confined for several months with recurrent attacks of epi lepsy and his death had been expect ed for several weeks. Case Stays In Federal Court. Columbus, 0 Juno 1. The motion to remand tho Hocking Valley receiv ership case back to the common pleas court was overruled In federal court by Judge Suter, and the ,case will now bo heard on Its merits lu the United States court. Can Reduce Rates. Washington, June 1. The power of the interstate commerce commis sion to enfoice railway rates of their own making was affirmed In a strong opinion 1 endured by Justice McKen na for the supremo court of tho United States. The rate-making power of the commission wus at tacked by several scores of railroads on the ground that tho law author izing It was a delegation of legisla tive authority. Coal Dealers Organize. Columbus, O., Juno 1. Howard Manulngton, Columbus, Is to be sec retary of the Mlchlgan-Ohlo-Indlana Coal Operators' association, which was foimud In Tolodo by a merger of tho three state coal dealers's associa tions, llobert F. Lake, Jackson, Mich., Is to be president, and H. II. Dean, illulllngton, Ind., vice presi dent, and W. A. Gibson, Upper San dUBky, treasurer. Headquarters of tho iiBsodiitlon will be Installed at Toledo. Transplant Large Bass. Columbus, 0 Juno 1. "Wo are planting a large number of mature fish In the Inland lakes nnd stroams," said Stato Fish and Gamo Warden John C. Speaks. "That la all addi tional to tho usual planting of young fish hatched lu the stato hatching pluntB. Those wo will dUtrlbuto tluough tho state In August. Tho ilsh we are planting now are mature bass which we got in Lako Erie. Thero la no doubt that they will do well In the Inland waters. And they will spawn thlB season yet." Fawcett Held to Grand Jury. Munsllold, 0., June 1. Fred Faw cott, the negro" Nlosporado who, It Is chnrgod, shot down Spoclul Officer Hunt here last Thursday, was cap tured In Cojmnbus and brought back to Mansllold. Fawcett wob- given a speedy hearing before Mayor Brown, being churged with shooting wlUi In tent to llll, Ho was held for grand Jury under 85,000 bond. Fawcett was hurried to the county Jail, ns there had been threnta of lynching. The negro bad been shot twice by Officer Gruy w(ilo escaping after shooting Officer Hunt, iS-V?' l-.A. to manufacture pneumatic produces more than soo the tires made tn the world. In Stock by; Hofstetter 6 Hoyles McWUHams St. MARION, OHIO: Soldiers and Police In Battle. Cheyenne. Wyo June 1. Soldlere from Fort D. A. Itussell and a squad of police fought a pitched battle In the streets, In which three Boldlera aro eald to have been wounded. The police retreated to the station house, where they were besieged by the sol diers until relieved by negro troopers from the fort. Ohio Postmasters Nams'd. Washington, June 1. The presi dent nominated th'e following Ohio postmasters: Mansfield, O. C. L. Boa edict; Dennlson, D. C. Mahon. : ' ' 1 MAN DO Befnoki inHrflBoai 1 b'mtr from u,r pwrt of ' mmfm mud rAllmbla ! pllMtorj- known. Lftrse boftl tl.Ot Madame Josephine Le Fevrc, ISO ChMtaut Hi., PhllBda.,-Pa. Bold by Durable Pharmacy and the iUhmldt Co. Pharmacy. TIME CARD , nOCKINQ VALLEY. North 7 a. m.; 10: IB a. m. 4:11 p. m.; 12:20 a. m.; :10 p. m. Logaa to Marlon only. South CMC a. m.; 7:20 a. ea. 10:11 a. m.; 1.3E p. m. 7:16 p. m. Dally except Sunday. BIG FOUR. Ensthound 9:2C a. m.; 13:25 nooas 7:2q p. m.; 10:57 p. m.; 11:10 p. m.j 6:27 p. m. Westbound 2:38 a.m.; 6:58 a. n.t 9:C6 a. m,; 1155 p. m.; 7:85 p. m. 4:27 p. m. ' CHICAGO A Esvaa. West 10:2 G a. m.; 12:05 a. WLf 7:10 a. m.; 6:lt' p. m. East 5:35 a. m.; 6:41 9. m 5:15 p. m.; 'DiCS a. m. Dally, except Sunday. E1UE. Southwest 5:20 p. m.; 1:81 ia m.; 10:27 a. m. East 5:45 p. m.; 11:48 ,9. 84 12:3-3 p. m. VESSBXI.VXSIA. Northbound 12: 10 p. m.; 'ItJB a m.; 17:65 p. m. Southbound alO: 11 a. m.; 7:lt y, in. Dally except Bunday. 1 BrondaJi only, a Dally, O. M. anil B. Kfectrtc Northbound Cars leave ICarlM for Bucyrus at 8-8-10 a. m., It sool 2-4-6-8 and 10 p. m. Southbound Cars leave Bucyroi for Marlon at 7-9 and 11 1, n. aivll 1-3-5-7-9 at)d 11 p. m. O. D. and M. Electrtfl. (Southbound Cars leave aver? hour for Columbus from 6 a. m. ti D p.'m. and 10 and 11 p. m. for Del aware. Northbound Cars leave Colutnbu every hour on the half hour tnm :30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. ' HOOKING VALLEY Low Rate Excursions fSfehb wfjf IY ns I urn. I, Sunday Excursions to Cohua bus, $1.00. Sunday Excursions to Toledo una Detroit, May 8 and aa. lloineseckcrs Exoursloua to wo tern and Soutueru point, 1st una 3d Tuesday each mon th. Twin Tickets to Columbus every day, SI, 85, , lloinebeekcrs Excursions to Mlclilguu iwlnts, 1st and 8d Tut-bduy each month Federation Women's Clubs Cln clnimtl, Muy 2-3. linynien's missionary Conven tion, Chicago May 2-3-4. National AssocIaUon of Credit Men, New Orleuus, Ia., May 11 -10. General Assembly Presbyter Ian Church, Atlantic City, N, J May 1U-17-18. World's Sunday School Aatoo laUon, WuslUngtou, D. O,, Uajr 10-17-18-1U. NaUonul IS. Y. P. V, Oosfnm AUanta, On., May 32-24. American Medical Association, St. Louis Mo., June 4-8, NorUi American Skat. League, Detroit, Mich., June 8-10-11. Grand Lodge of Ohio K. P., Lima, O., Juno 12-13. Christian Endeavor Unloo, Cin cinnati, O., June 19-20-21. B. y. 1 U. Internatloaal Ooa veutlou, Sm-atoga Sprlncs, N. V., Juno 1-2-8, B. V. O. Elks Grand "bodce, Detroit Midi., July 4-5-8. Full lufortnatloB will be fora Islied on 'application. I to L. E. NKBERQALIJ, Aft, It, '' . .y., -unon. imm .k X' X r l1 - p r Vi c -, v . W- ', 4..