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' (' ,t f? in '"' K.'dl PAGI TWO l11iTilTl Ullll If WfNT Jfc .. 1'WWW AND . GIRL MISSING for Gossips Insist on Connecting Too Events. WERE YERY GOOD FRIENDS Pattor of MethodUt Episcopal church at Ithaca, N. Y., Disappears While Exchanging Pulpits With Brother Divine In Neighboring Town Granddaughter of Millionaire Pack Vallte and Fades From View on Same Day. Ithaca, N. Y., Sept. 14.- The He v. E. C. Dradburu, :t'J, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at S)in ccr, has not been heard from since a week ago last Sunday, when h- vnt to Nichols to preach. Miss Mai Ion West, 23, granddaughter of Luther H. "West, Bald to he a nUllIoiinlr?, also Is iulsslug and gossip heie his con nected tha names of the pastor nml the young woman. The pastor a wlfo Uvea heie and she says she docs not know where Kev. Bradhuin Is. Mr. Bradburn went to NIc.wIh to exchange pulpits with the pastor there. He has not lie en seei since. The same day .Miss West packed two valises and hired a man in drive her to Tioga Center, vhei she boarded a train. Her deslluat'on Is unknown. Mr. Bradburn's friends utlck to the belief that he will yet return and clear up matters. He was held In high esteem here. He has b;n two jears pastor of the churches at Spencer and Halscy Valley, and has become popular with members of both congregations. He and Miss West knew each other well. When Mr. and Mrs. Hradhiirn were away for a vacation, Miss West wont along and she was apparently on the best of terms with the pastor and his wife. Mrs. Bradburn Hays her husband hM been subject to (Its and melan cholia and sliw fears his mind may be unbalanced. She is not ready to be lieve the stories that have been cir culated. Before ha went awiy Mr. Bradburn told the members of his family that he was going to Elm Ira to have his yus treated. ENGINEER MARKER'S REPORT Recommends Wholesale Discharge of Job Holder. Columbus, 0., Sept. 14. Chief En gineer James R. Marker of th state board of public works recommended to the board the wholesale dKclurge of employes who have been (! awing thousands of dollar out of the state treasury for years, which, he sajs In lit report, Is needless expense. If the recommendations iiiih he makes to the hoard arc can nil out he figures that the saving to t'lf state will be j:iO,ri7r annually. I'h.ingcs recommended In the superlntciidency of canals alone will amount to $10, 000 If carried out. In hi report Mr. Murker shows by flgures compiled that some of 'lie col lector of the department get as high as 1100 more In a year than tlicj collect. He recommends that tl.ey all be discharged and that the co'lectlng lu tba department be dune through the office at Columbus. The report was made by direction of Uoternor Harmon, who has been Kolng over the department of public wtrrka to find out what all the money is being expended for and It ti.ere Is need of the large expense of that de partment. i NEGROES MAKE CONFESSION Clear Mytery Surrounding Murder o( Two Hungarians. Circlevlllo, 0 Sept. 3. - With the arrest of four nncrocs horo, who, attar hours of sweating by tho police have confessed, the mystery of tho murder and holdup of two Hungari ans along tho Norfolk and Western track U oleared up. The n?groe under arrest aro Wal ter Soott. Tom Davis, Mont Chancel lor and Kimball Taylor, all employed at tba construction camp of John Sloan, near here. In their confession Davis y ha shot Paul Heygl In the baok, Heygl dying In a locil hos pital. Chancellor confesses to killing Charles Orosx, Heygi's companion. The bodies of the two victims were burled at a double funeral today at St. Joseph's cemetery. Pelndexter In the Lead. Seattle, Sept. 14. Th first re turn In the Washington statu pri maries put Mile Polndcxter of Spo kitne; Insurgent candidate for Unit ed State saoator, slightly In the lead over amen U. Ashton of Taconu. The Spokane, voto 1 heavy fo? Poln 4xter. Barilnger'Com'mlTtee Adjourn. vChlcago, Sept. 14. Secretary Bal linger will not learn his fate at the bauds of the congressional investi gating committee very soon. A state ment was Issued to the effect that there being no 'quorum, the commit tee liatl adjourned until Da 3 In 'Washington. Tho minority jenort adopted at Minneapolis was declared "Irrational." 0 .MAIM DO f? MavaflaavSBBi ka.lr ! stars a HM. rnmrnj 4ttaU7 . LrW kwUU !. as sues eg. ininrMiinum. , Madame 'Jotephlne levrc a it kaasais SM i VfcUa.. fm. SoM tar 9mmM FturiMor the PREACHER GOOD NEWUwh, .Many Mnilon Rentiers llnvcllcnrd It Ami Profiled Therclm "Oood news trmels fast.Wnnd tho thousands of bad back sulTres In Marlon are glad to learn thaUprompt relief Is Within their rcach"?VSfany a lame, weak and aching back is bad no more, thanks to Doan's, 'Kidney Pills. Thousands upon thousands of people aro telling tho eood news of their e::perloni o with the Ol Quaker llemedy. Hero Is an example, worth reading: 1y Miss Mary Klack, 127 N. Fifth St., Upper Sandusky. 0. saystv."! liavo had consldeiablo experience with Doaii's Kidney IMlls ami they linvo nlns lived up to the claims mado for them. I llrst used this remedy some ten Wars ago, whonjflfylng In Toledo. I never suffered niVJHi from Imckacho ask most peopld who liavo kidney complklnt do but was annoy ed greatly hyv a difficulty with tho Kidney secretions, particularly when I caught cold. AVhjjnevcrJ' have been bothered by theso difficulties slnco I llrst learned of Doan's Kidney Pills, I have tnken this remedy and hnvo never failed to got promptt relief. I feel that I am Justified) In giving Doan's Kidney Pills jny cndoisc inent." For sale by all dealers, Prlco 50 cents. Koster-Mllburn Co-.,. -Buffalo, Is'ow York, solo agents for- tho United States. i Honiomhcr tho name Doan's and take no other. BUCKEYE BRIEPS Items of Interest to People In All Parts of Ohlb?' Fostoila. O.. Sept. 14. Dr. H. N. Bow en of litoomdale uA fceen tnlss lug sluie lHte Snturdny ifehl and It Is feared that he has liven.' ?Wa laid. 1U had about J4U0 when he left. ' m' 8uclded by Drowning. Korwalk, O., Sept. 14i Mrs. Cor nelia Gibson, 70, wife of&& S. Gib son, till city, committed -sulc'de bj drowning In the waterworkH reser voir. She left a note indirections for her funeial. . ,,. Held for Dynamiting Church, f.eetonln, O.. Sept. i). William Brock and Frank Bradley are under arrest, charged with halng 1 liamit ed the Prcsbyterlau church here a year ago last June as the outcome of the anti-liquor acthltle of Kev. A. L. Grinrui. , Oldest Letter Carrier Dies. Toledo, O., Sept. 14. - Rmory P. Wllley, C6, who has been a lettr-r car rier for 44 ears lu the local office, died at the home of his .daugnter in Clci eland. Mr. Wllley 1 said to have been the oldest letter carrier Jn the United States. To Resume Canal Traffic. ZanesvlMe, O.. Sept. 14. Canal navigation between Zanesllla and Dresden will be opened about Jan. 1, accoiding to Information fiom thu government engineers In charge of building the dam and lock ,o. 11 ut Sills, In the Muskingum rhvr. "Bullet Shower" at Wedding. Toledo, O., Sept. 14.-- A wnddlng dance of Hungarians was broken up here when two of the dancers, Peter Brokey, 2U. and Kills Medlca, 25. wero shot by bulleta through a window. Jealousy Is said to hao cans id the shooting. Hnth are ljing In a critkal condition at St. Vincent's hospital Red Men Elect. Toledo, O., Sept. 14. The feature of the day's session of the sixty third Great Sun council of the Im proved Order of Red Men was elec tion of ofTicer. which resulted as fol lows: Joseph Farrar of Pennsylvania, gieat prophet: George ill. Gilggs, Texas, great Inmhomln-.itiitrJ Foster, Connecticut great senior wacamoie: Wilson Brooks, Illinois, gieat chief of record, and William Travln of MasHRchutettx, great keeper of wam pum, were both re-elected. Will Prach to Ball Players. Cleveland, Supt. 14. - Iter. V. W. Bustard, 1). ., pastor of the Kuclld Avenue Baptist church, known as John D. Hockafeller's church, ,k to preach to the member of the Cleve land American LrHgue laHW; team next Sunday, depleting life on i base ball field. Invitations Issued by him to tho team's members to hoar his address under the title .'JOUie Base hall Field a Picture of Life, have been accepted. Itev Bustard, i.n ath lete, and now Mr. Rockefeller' keen est rival at golf, at one time pitched for the Boston Nationals, That was" 12 years ago. John Armstrong Chalonor Changed Name Because He Could Not Agree With Relative 4, THE MARION DAILY i" i ' SEEKS TO PLAGE RESPONSIBILITY Mayor Marshall Replies to Governor. CONDITIONS ARE ANALYZED Blame Alleged Stock Watering on Part of Columbus Railway & Light Company for Present Industrial 1 Struggle Thinks It Better and Cheaper to Legislate at Root of Evil Than to Pay Soldier to Sup press Rlots Which Follow. Columbus, O., Sept. 14. Mayor Mai shall added another chapter to the somewhat acrimonious corres pondence that Iiab been passing be tween himself and Gocrnor llarinou relative to the streetcar strike In this city, by making public his reply to the governors refusal to call the leg islature In special session to enact laws to compel arbitration and pre cnt stock watering of public service corporations. In his letter lo Mnjor MnrshnU Governor Harmon said It would be a wnsle of ttic people's money to call the legislature together at thl time, as both branches trc controlled by the Republicans and at the two ses sions the) had refused to, acuupt any of the executhe's lecommendatlons. To this Major Maishull replies that If in the opinion of Gnernor Harmon the leaders of the Republican paity will oppose Mich legislation it Is his duty to the pcopl eto huvo tho rc sponslhllltleK fixed. The mayor says that tho situation lu Columbus Is but a local i xpres slou of bud conditions generally. He then annljzes tho situation as fol low b: "To Columbus Hallway and Light company, besides guarantcc'ng 0 and 6 per cent on the bonds and stock of its constituent companies, already largely overcap italized, Is straining every neve to pay dlvldtnds on Its own 'bswo of stock, amounting to $fi,000,000. The company owning no property what ever, except a lease, what excuse was theie for Issuing any Ftock? What equivalent has it glen to the people for this stock? No Greater piece of "f i ensiled finance" was eer engaged lu anywhere. If a man steals $::." ivoith of food to feed a huugry family, he is promptly sent to the penitentiary, but If ho takes millions of dollars of the people's money under authority of law which he has Horuied through a 'rlendly legislature, he Is then often heralded as a great captain of Industry. By the process above desrlbel the money of the country is rapidly find ing Its way Into the hands of the privileged classes. Watered stock stands In the wny of a proper distri bution of the products of labor and Is one of the fundamental reasons for the conflict between capital and la bor. Innocent stockholders should bo protected, hut such business must be stnppod If we expect peace In tllo future." In conclusion he Bnys: "I regard It as much more Important to expend public money o correct the causes that produce boclal unrot tliuu to ex pend It in maintaining troops on riot duty. If we correct tho economic conditions there will ho little uso for the assembling of troops.' Governor Harmon refused to reply or comment upon the mayor'i. latest epistle." BRADY UNDER ARREST Columbus Strikebreaker Captured by Police In Cleveland. Coluinhus, O., Sept. 14 Chief or Police Carter and Detecllvo Shallen baiger went to Cleveland .to svt ikik sphslon of John F. Brady, leader of the Imported ear men brought hero for the streetcar strike and who Is tinder arrest at Cleveland. He will be brought hero today. Brady fled from the city after two women and a child wero shot durJnR a r(ot on tho west side. A warrant was sworn out, charging blin with shooting to kill, after police lu an uutomobHo hud pur sued a machine, thought to wmtain Brady, throughout the west sUK Be wardb aggregating $1,200 wero offer ed for Biady's arrest. PEACE DOVE NOT SIGHTED Tennessee Democrats Draft Harmony Proposition for Convention. Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 14. Al though the regular Democrats, who wero left without a candidate as a result of the withdrawal of Governor Patterson, met in convention and drafted a proposition for "harmony," to bo presented to tho Insurgents who meet here today, thoro is little llkllhood of rcotorlng peace between tho leaders of tho party, which has held full sway in stato politic b for years. Police Chief "in "Bad. Portsmouth, O., Sept, 14. With a fine of $200 assessed against him for having brought liquor into local op tion territory and treated several friends, Chief of Pollco Davidson of this city will ahio face charges before Mayor Searcy. MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, r- ' ' "iTtsmi Miinirimiat nw Mrs. Mnry llobertH llinchnrt, tho tinted nuthoicss and drnmntlst who is reported to ho rapidly going blind. She nnil her husbnnd Dr. Stnnloy S. Hlnchiirt will shortly go abroad to see what tho best specialists of Kuropo can do for her afflictions, airs ninelmrt Is the author of the BATTLESHIP FLEET REPULSES ATTACK Engages In Target Practice In High-Running Sea. Via Wireless, via Portsmouth Vn., U. S. S. Vermont, at Sea, Sept. 14. In a hlghriinnlng sea and a defect ing wind, the Atlantic fleet engaged In a most spectacular and presumab ly the most effective concentrated battle Hi lng on record. For several houis lu the darkness, 'tho llect steamed full speed up and dpwn tho toast DO inlh'8 off Capo Henry light, repulsing torpedo boat attacks, All thu supposed boats were riddled and sunk. The nttai k was defended with threp and suvcn-lni h guns. Tho rango varied from .'.300 to 2,800 yards. Tho ships curried Illuminated tracers. Tho practlo was delayed by heavy seas. It iiPK.m with spotting fight ing by tin Connecticut, Virginia, Kansas and Minnesota. TAKE STRIKE INTO POLITICS Columbus Labor Unions to Make Fight on Harmon. Columbia O., Sept. 14. Tint tho Columbus siieetrar strike Is to bo in jected Into the stato campaign thlB fall was niiiilo known at a mooting of representatives of local lubor lend ers to .trMiigo for tho stato labor meeting to he held in this city noxt Wedncsdaj It was dodded thnt organized la bor in Ohio will bo asked to mako a holltl stand against Governor Harmon for his refusal to convene, tho legis lature in spuial 'session to enact laws for compulsory arbitration In disputes between public sorvleo cor porations and their employes. When ever the gnwrnor HPealis in a town or city wlnie there nro labor organ izations It ii planned to hold counter dcmniifitiailons, with porodes, trnns paioiules and banners, urging labor ing men to oto for Wurron G. Hard ing. It was also decided that a cam paign will i)o conducted amonfj the Socialists, urging them to voto for Harding to show their displeasure over Governor Harmon's attltudo on tho local strike. HIS TURN TO LAUGH John Armstrong Chaloner Discusses Ex-Brother's Marriage, lllchmond, Va., Sept. 14. "I am sorry for him, but It Is my Mtrn to laugh," declared John Armstrong Chaloner, tholirothor of "Sheriff Bob" Chattier of Now York, mirthfully, speaking In regard to tho recent es trangement between his brother and tho prima donna, Una Carnllorl. Chaloner, who Is ill, received a ro portor In his bedroom. On Iho bed lay marked copies of Now York and other iMpcis while over hU head hung a 44-calIbor rovolvor which ho fondled ns ho talked. Ho styles his relatives as his "ox-famlly." Chaloner continued: "I camo to tho conclusion when I studlod Cava llerl that she was a slron, and could not help lecalllng Kipling's voraoa 'even as you and 1.' Hut mind you, I do not rail my ox-brother ,v fool. The Bible toiblds, I would say rather that Hob U a Jackans(" - -aw ,. .4RR wm II i. aaB',"t" t'HWl rft " "Bak T Stf JaLV BamA!t 'k A SaaV J""V "ta ""Vl w v' aPLv OCBt af .fltaliiLiibLwffAV t J "t s 4 i; M Si MlHJlBiW9BlBBBPBflBBSaW9 SEPTEMBER .14, fa0. ' ' i i i ii V,.- famous book "When A Man's Slnglo" which mado such ft pnonomenul suc cess thnt It wna dramatized by tho nuth under tho tltlo ot "Seven Days" and has been running famous Iv. Her second Im)o1: "Tho Circular Stnlrwuy" and "Tho Man In Lower Ten" hnvo also attracted great at tention.,, SHERIFF PREVENTS BIG JAIL DELIVERY Newark Riot Prisoners on Point o! Departing, Newark, O., Sept. 14. An attempt ed wholesale Jull delivery of nil prisoners held in tho Investigation of tho lynching hero of Call ICtherlng ton, tho dry detective, was nlp;,ed In tho hud by Shcrltf Fionk U. Sla baugh. An auto containing three men stopped at tho cast side of Iho Jail directly undor tho upper corridor, where 15 men held for rioting are confined. The autoists" kopt tho en glno running at full speed, tinkering with tho machinery na though It were out of fix. Tho nolso awakened the sheriff. He found that ono ot the bars directly over tho auto was filed entirely In two, and another was cut half way through. Ho immediately transferred the prisoners, the -into In tho meantime having left. All men charged with first degreo murder are kept In tho corridor be low nml could have successfully es caped had the plot not been discov ered In time, as they have easy' ac cess to tho uppor door. ... , i Black "to Oppose" Dalzell. Pittsburg, Sept. 14. Ilobert J. niack, formerly mayor of McKees port, and the Republican opponent of John Dnlzel at tho prlmurles, formal ly announced his Independent can didacy for congress at tho fall elec tion. Ever slnco tho primaries, at which Black lost out by a narrow margin, Black's friends have been urging him to announce himself as an independent. - Both Siaes Hold their r..n. 1 Now York, Sept. 14. J'tl-nnrles linld throughout Now York city show tho relative positions of Theodora HoosovcU and the old guard, who aro fighting for control of the coming Republican state convention lo -be practically unchanged. John S. Miller Attorney for the Indicted Chicago Meat Packers. ghoto by American fret AiiocUUoa. BF aaHavfaw Bllaa' .,,.3 MANY WANT TO ' ' SUCCEED HALE No Formal Bids Itie For Sertatorship. HINDS' ELECTION ASSURED Lateit Return From Maine Election Qlve Plalited a Plurality or 8,609. Congressman 8 way zee Laid Out by 2,600 Plurality by D. J. McGlljl cuddy State Senate Composed of 21 Democrat to 10, Republican. Houie Alto Democratic. Augusta, Me., Sept. 14. The latet returns from the election with ai small towns missing, give Plalsted (Democrat), 73,246; Kernald (Hepub lican), 64,736; thus gMug i'ltlsted a plurality ot 8,600, The missing towns will not very materially change tho general result. , There is no' cmettlon of the election of Asher C. Hinds (Hepubltcan) in tho First district 'over Willi im W. Pcnncll Democrat), and that or Con gressman Frank R. Guernsey (Repub lican), over George M. Hanson (Democrat), In tho Fourth district, although the majorities arc? very small. The latest returns give Daniel J. McGUIIeuddy (Democrat), a lead of 2,r00 over Congressman Jolin P. Swnyzcc (Hcpubllcan), In the Second district and Samuel W. Gou'd of Skowhegan (Democrat), a Je.ul ,of 2,200 cne.- Congressman Kdwln C. Burleigh (llepublioan), in the Thlid district. Returns give the Democrats 21 out 31 state senators and 86 out ut 151 representatives. Tho Democrats luck but fifteen of having two-thirds vote in Joint convention. No formal bid was made for the scat in the United States senate which will be vacated by l.ugene Hale on March 4 next, although the names of Charles F. Johnson of Watervlllc, Stnte Senator Dudley M. Staples of Knox, William E. Pcnnoll of Drunswlt'k, who was defeated by Asher C. Hinds In the Flrat district, ex-State Senator Oakley C. Curtis and William It. Pettlnclll.of Watof vlllo, have been frequently men tioned. BUNCHED lRAGRAPHS Cornell university will receive about $700,000 under the will of the late Goldwln Smith. It is rumqred In Washington .that Frank U. Kellogg will be named by President Taft as th successor to the lato Solicitor-General Lloyd '. Howcrs. Because the mayor and several other citizens wcie missed by th census cnumeratois, Dayton U kick ing on the figures handed out by tha department at Washington. BENCli WARRANTS"- ISSUED Judge Landls Fixes Packers' Bond at $10,000 Each. Chicago, Sept. 14. llench war rants were issued for the 10 indicted packers, but they will not ho served unless tho packers fall to appear. In court to sign their bonds. Attorney John S. Miller and Levy Mayer, re resenting the packers, appeared In court and asked Judge Landls to' fix the amounts of the bonds. The court, named 10,000 on each Indictment, or 130,000 for each defendant. TWO DEAD IN WRECK Engineer and Road Foreman Crushed Under Engine at Delorme, W. Va, Richmond, Va., Sept. 14. A bpeclal train on the Noifolk and. Western bearing President L. K. Johnson and other officers ot the .road, was wrecked at Delorme, W. va., 00 miles west of here. Engineer E. D. Bur ton and Fayette Woolwlnc, road foreman, both of Hlucfield, were In stantly crushed to death, while the fireman escaped by Jumping. The of ficials were badly shocked, liut none seriously hurt. '' METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. - i 2 Weather bureau observation Z for United States taken at 8 P. m. yesterday follow: T Temp. Weather. $ New York 71 Cloudy t 7 Albany G8 Cloudy Z Atlantic City .. 70 Cloudy Buffalo ..,,..,. CO Clear . Z Chicago 08 Clo.idy r New Orleans ... 76 Cloudy T St. Louis - 68 Cloudy t Washington ... 70 Cloudy 4 Philadelphia ... 74 Cloudy t ' Weather Forecast, Ohio Generally fair todnjr and tomorrow; cooler In south ern portions today; moderate norjharly wiudi becoming light and variable. a-a444a?a; $100 Reward, $100. We offer Ono Hundred Dollur Howard for any case, of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, i F. J. CHI3NUX & CO., Toledo. O. We. tho undersigned, havo known V. 3, Cheney for tho last lyears, and believe him perfectly honorable. In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made y his firm. Waldlng, Klnnaioi' Marvin, ' ... Wholesale Drutrglst, Toledo, O, nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal ly, acting directly upon tho blopd and mucou surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent free. Price ?Go per bottle. HnM hU nil rtrnirffUla- ' Take Hall' Family FilM for cdnatW, h 1 IrfPSIiiSHiBSHBBe The Democratic Ticket. K For Oovemer. JUDSON HARMON, Hmlto. For Lieutenant Oofernor. ATLEB POMERENK, Btirk. 3 t i J J For Supreme Court JatlMa. M. 11. DONAHUE, Vttrj. JAMES JOHNSON, Clark, i For Attorney General. TIMOTHY HOG AN, Jack0B, ! For Secretary 6t 'siU. CHARLES H. GRAVES, Ottawa. For Clerk Supreme Ooart . FIIANK M'KESn, Cuyahoga. For Stato Trca rarer. D. a CREAMER, Belmont. vor Dairy and Food Commlfwlonn a. w. BTiiODH, Crawford. For School Commissioner. . J. A. STATES, Allen. For Member Board of Publlo Work. FKAN1C w. MILLEIl, Montjomery. For Suite Senator. DP.. It. II. FINNEFItOCK. For Cointnon 1'Jcos Judge. W. E. SCOFIELD. For Congressman, 13th District. CAUL C. ANDBR80N. For Representative WILLIAM T. SMITH. For Clerk of Court. CURTIS MORROW. For Auditor . II DeLON For Treasurer ROBERT S. DOMBAUOn For Proeecutlnf Attorney., CHARLES L. JUflTICK For Recorder. X. T. T1TTELBAUQH. For Sheriff STOHN O. STARK For StuTOyor 49EOROE E. DWYBK. For Commissioner. HENRT SEITEK ' ANDREW H. TROUl, 3. K. LEEPER For fnflrmary Director. CHARLES B. FRBHaCAN GEORGE WEIDEMAISH JOHN HANLEY. For Coroner. DR. W. B HINKLIU TIMI CARD nOCKINQ VALTBT. Nortlt 7 a. m.; 10:iB a. m.: 4:20 p. m.; 12:20 a. m.; 0:10 p. m. Logan to Marlon only. South 5:45 n. m.; 7:20 a. m.; lO.'II 1:35 p. m.; 7:15 p. m. Dally except Sunday. ma four. Knstbounjl 9:25 a. m.; 12:25 p. m.; 7:22 p. m.; 10:57 p. m.; 11:10 p. m.; 5:27 p. m. Wcfitbotintl 2:38 a. m.; 5:59 a. m.j 0:55 a. m.; 1:55 p. m.; 7:25 p, m. 4:27 p. m. t CIHOAGO & ERIK. West 10:25 a. m.; 12105 a. m.; 7:10 a. m.: 5I:16 p. m. East 5:35 a. m.;. C;49 p. m. 5:15 p. m.: 9:55 a. m. Daily except Sunday. jERIB. Southwest 5:20 p. m.; 1:25 a. m.; 10:27 a. m. East 5:'45 p. m.; 11:45 p. m. 12:38 p. m. PENNSYLVANIA. Northbound x7:42 a. m.; 12:28 a. a.; 6:57 p. m.; 18:40 p. an. Southbound xl0:13 a. m.; 3:13 p. m.; x7.6G p. m.; 18:40 p. m. Dally except Sunday. Sunday on ly. xDally. O. M. & B. ELSOTRIO. NortJibound Cars leave Marlon for Buoyrus at 8, 8, 10 a. m., 12 noon, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 p. m, Southbound Car leave' Bucyrus for Marlon at 7, 9 and 11 a. m 1, t, 5, 7, 9 and 11 p. m. O. D. & M. ELEOTniO. Southbound Cars leaye etery hour for Columbus from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. and 10 and 11 p. m. for Dela ware. Northbound Cars leave Columbus every hour on the half hour, from 0:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Colonist Far es TO Pacific Coast VIA HOCKING VALLEY California Nevada) Arizona Aug. 2G to -Oct. 1 to 15 $38.80 32 Wyoailng AUg.2G to Sopt.0-Sopt.16 to Oct.lB $38.60 Ssr0" Idaho ' Br. Columbia i ) Sopt, ID to Oct. 15 t $38.8& RnntNl (; i w,Jt'?fcMr Twftyrt r- 'r-r- .p.. "iL. A ,( t -. ., W vU .1. .. '..'! - " iaaV - t 'fr1 'Jjf1"" " !