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-?,w -fv a 3 srp, I ,, :A p, t r PAGE TWO SEAMEN RETURN ; AS FROM DEAD Were Not on Ill-Fatecl Launch From New Hampshire. TWO OHIOANS INCLUDED Total Number of Dead Reduced to 26 Eight Men on Mlsslno List Not Known to Have Been on Swamped Doat Also Return Police In Patrol Boats Drag the North River In Vain For Bodies of Drowned Sailors. New York, Oct. 4. Two more sea men oft the hIiI pr nf the North Atlan tic fleet lying in the North river were discovered, the hotly of one who met death In tho river somo time before the fatality which OTortook the New Hampshire's sailing launch was re covered, and tho list of 41 reported missing from tho New Hampshlro v-aa shortened by tho rcappearauco of 14. Under the revision permitted by tho reappearance of theso 1 1 sea men, tho New Hampshire's list of those probably lost stands at 20. Tho number of those still missing but not known to have been on tho sailing launch Is reduced to eight. Though dragging of the river was continued by the pollco boat patrol all day at tho strongest How of tho tide, nono of the bodies of the New Hampshire's men who were drowned was recov ered. The men reported missing from tho swamped boat who appeared are: Blight, N., Roxbury, Mass., coal-passer; Bonner, J. A. Green Creek, V. .1.. coxswain, Bonsall. T., Philadelphia, ordinary seaman: fSrcene. J. Cleve land, oiler; Sleber. K. W.. Chlrngo. ordinary seaman; Turner, E. .T.. East Liverpool, O., seaman. The men on the missing list not known to have been on the swamped lioat who returned arc: Chamners, A. n., Worcester, Mass., private marine; B-winnolI, A., 1'cnbody, Mass., bugler; Herbert, L. A., Wilmington, Del., cop persmith; Lege!. .T., Philadelphia, coal-passer; Mahoney, D., Wilming ton, Del., ordinary seaman; Thomp son, G. C, Hloomlngdalc, N. V.. lire man; Van Peer, L. A., Paterson, N. J fireman. DISTRESS SIGNAL IS INTERRUPTED Rival Wireless Companies ai War on Great Lakes, Buffalo, N. V., Oct. 4. Tho legal (lucstlons Involved in tho uso of tho air by rival wireless tolegrapa com panies wero brought up In the city court hore and speedily taken to tho special term of tho stato supremo court. Tho lawyers concerned say they will fight right through to tho United States supremo court. There aro two wlrclesB companies on the Great Lakes, ono having 'tho passenger boat service. Tho othor has stations at various points on tho lakes, tho Buffalo ofllco being on the beach hero. A fortnight or so ago a Detroit boat bound down blew out a cylinder head off Long Point, but was unablo to Blgnal Buffalo because, her operator nnd tho Buffalo operator allege, tho rival operator would strlko In with a meaningless stream of dashes when ever the boat sought to send a mes sage. A warrant was sworn out for the operator charging violation of tho law forbidding Interference with tel egraph business. Tho pilsoncr's counsel aworo out a writ of habeas corpus and took tho caso to the su premo court, desiring a test decision. Ono operator sworn that his Instruc tions wero to lnterfero with all mes sages of the rival company, which would Include distress signals. Death Ends Domestic 'Tragedy. Baltle Creek, Mich., Oct. 4. All Tlattlc Creek Is discussing tho shoot ing and killing of Thomas D. Skid more by Attorney J. Howard Green In Green's home, which ended a do mestic tragedy of 30 years' duration. A note from Mrs. Green In Skid more's pocket said: 'You must pass from my life." Ks'tfSl lelf regardless of digestion and nutritioifJsJIe might almost as well cat slitiv ings for all the good lie gets out of hW foodthTlie result is that the stomach grows "weak" the action of tho organs of digesffon and nutrition am impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. To stren&thcn Ifie stomach, restore the activity at the or liana of dlQestlon and nutrition and brace up the nerves, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, it la an ui falllni remedy, and has the confidence oT physicians as well as the praise of thousands healed by Its use. In the strictest sense "Golden Medical Discovery" is a temperance medi cine. It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics, and is as free from alcohol as from opium, cocaine and other dangerous drugs. All ingredients printed oa its outsUo wrapper. Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for stomach, liver and blood "just as good" as "Golden Medical Discovery." PILES QUICKLY CURED AT HOME IiiMiint ltclli'C l'criiiiincnt Cure. Trial I'liL'kiiKo Mulled Free to till In I'lnln Wrapper. Many cases of plica have been cured by a trial package of Pyramid Pllo Cino without further treatment. When It proves Ha valuo to you, got moro from your druggist nt 60o a box tind 1)0 suro you get tho kind you nsk for. Simply 1111 out free coupon below nnd mail today. Suvo yourself frotiv tho surgeon's knife and Its torture, tho doctor nnd hlsbllls. v FREE PACKAGE COUPON PYRAMID DltuX COMPANY, 2158 Pyramid Pldff. Mnrshall, Mich. Kindly send mo a sample of l'yrn- mid Pllo Cure, nt onco by mall, FREE, in plnlnwrapper. Name Street City State. fflfss Italia Garibaldi Granddaughter of Famous General , Lecturing In United States. v. m.: 9 1910, by American Press Association. . ENTIRE BLOCK WIPED OUT New York Has $1,500,000 Fire In Crowded Factory District. New York. Oct. 4.- Chief Crokcr stood at Kleeuth aenuo and Four teenth street and thanked his lucky stars for the high pressure saltwntcr main. With 10 lines feeding from then), cascading 23,000 gallons n min ute, tho chief bent down In two hours a fire which wiped out nearly a whole block, bit Jagged holes into two other blocks nnd thrcntened to sweep towards tho ferries and piers of the waterfront. The loss was put at $1,300,000 by Cioker. BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS Mayor Gaynor Is back nt his desk in New York's city hall, having fully recoered from the effects of Galla gher's bullet. Booker T. Washington, the Ameri can negro educator, was dlried at tho royal palace In Copenhagen by King Frederick of Denmark. Advices from Alaska lndlcnte that this year's gold output will bo J15.000, 000, a decrease of more than $5,000, 000 from last year's output. Drops Dead In Court. Buffalo. N. Y.. Oct. 4. Mrs. Mary lames dropped dead while on the htnnd In tho supreme court hero tes tifying In her suit for $10,000 dam ages against the street railway com pany. Tho death put an end to tho trial. Man and Woman Asphyxiated. Cleeland. O., Oct. .- Fred Grove, a Lake Shoro engineer, was found dead and his wife dying from gas fumes by their daughter Marjorio, 15, returning homo from school. In vestigation showed a gas plug from tho heater in the basement had blown off, flooding tho houso with gas. 1 WEATHER FORECAST 1: Ohlnrnsoltlf (1 weather toilny mil tomorrow, with showcra, brisk southerly nlml TODAY 8 C'AI.UNDAIl. ... Sun Rt" R 5 a m. Hun sets ,... 6:S!) in. Moon aj'.t 6.20 u. in. t $..', .AA-fyQAA-s'i..-, i,i ..? Vt Lf&, 4-. . urn The Tenderfoot Farmer It was one of theso experimental farmers, who put (Jreen spectacles on his cow and fed her bhavings. His theory was that it didn't matter what the cow ate so long as sho was fcd.tlhe questions of digestion and nourishment had not enteredijnto his calculations. It's only a"tcndcrfoot"tt farmer that would try such an experiment CVith a cow, lltut many a farmer feeds him- THE MARION DAILY llll'Tltl Ml PHILADELPHIA GETS OPENER PresidentSliibeWins ByToss of Coin. "V WORLD'S SERIES ARRANGED First Two Games to Be Played In Quaker City, With Open Date Be fore Clubs Are Transferred to Chi cago Ample Provision Is Made For Unfavorable Weather Condi tlons Umpires and Business Rep resentatives Cclected. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 4. At the meeting of tho national basoball com mission to arrange tho plans for the world's championship scries, Presi dent Ben Shlho of tho Philadelphia Americans won tho toss for tho open ing game, although President Mur phy of the Chicago Cubs and Chair man Herrmon Informally protested because tho coin struck tho table and then fell to the floor. Tho schedule is ns follows: Monday, Oct. 17 Philadelphia. Tuesday. Oct. 18 Philadelphia. Wednesday, Oct. 19 Open day (It being understood that tho teams shall remain In Philadelphia until two games have been played nnd that an open dny shall Intervene before tho schedule starts In Chicago). Thursday. Oct.' 20 Chicago. Friday, Oct. 21 Chicago. (It being understood Hint If cither ono of theso games Is postponed owing to weath er conditions that tho clubs shall then remain In Chlcngo until threo games have been played there. If, however, tho games scheduled In Chi cago for Thursday, Oct. 20, and Fri day, Oct. 21, aro plnyed, then tho fifth game shall be scheduled In Phil adelphia on Saturday, Oct. 22, and the sixth game In Chicago on Sun day, Oct. 23). If It becomes necessary to piny the seventh game, tho city In which It is to bo played shall bo determined ns Is provided for by the rules. A list of plnyers eligible for tho contests, 2.1 each club, was announced. Tho prices of admission rango from CO cents general admission to $3. T'mplrcs for American league: John F. Sheridan and T. P. Connelly. For National league: Henry O'Dny nnd Charles Itlglcr. BusIucbs repre sentatives: John A. Heydlcr and Robert B. McTloy. Their certified chocks for $10,000 from each club must be deposited to tho credit of tho national commission on the morning of tho first day's contest. MORGAN COMES IN STYLE Financier to Dazzle Clnclnnatlans at Episcopal Convention. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 4. J. Plerpont Morgan came to this city morning. While here he will sleep In tho spe cial guest chamber at Dalvay tho homo which tho late Alexander Mc Donald built at a cost of $1,000,000, and which hns been thrown open to tho greatest of American financiers by his adopted daughters, tho Misses Stallo. Theso young women recently sailed for Europo to bo gone for a year or two, and before they went nway they made all arrangements for his recep tion nnd entertainment. Tho bed room In which ho will sleep cost 'Mr. McDonald moro than $100,000. Mr. Morgan will remain In Cincin nati for three weeks attending the sessions of the Episcopal convention, which will begin tomorrow. Ho has detailed six chauffeurs to come and bo ready with their enrs and has sent about two dozen servants under tho guidance A John Frasler, head wait er at Sherry's restaurant In New York city. WEATHER BLUFfS WELLMAN Refuses to Try Out Balloon In Seven Mile Breeze. Atlantic City, Oct. 4. Walter Woll man ngaln called off his trial trip of tho dlrlglblo America. Ho Issued tho following statement: "Tho breeze Is too strong ' for a trip. I positively will .not attempt r Hlght while thoro Is any risk from weather conditions. Wo aro Improv ing tho tlmo to mako trials moro shipshape The Ainorlca may sail tomorrow." Inquiry at tho United Stnlcs weath er bureau hero showed that the wind was blowing bin seven miles an hour, from tho southeast. Tho day ap peared to bu perfect for a Dial flight. AUTO HITS HIGH CROSSING Retired Farmer Killed and Chauffeur Fatally Hurt. Chicago, Oct. 4. Adolph Monsen, ono of tho hcBt-known automobllo di Ivors In tho country, 1b In the hos pital at Oalesburg, 111., as tho result of an automobllo accident near here, In which Joseph Cox, a retired farm er, for whom a demonstration was being mndo by Monsen, wns instantly killed. Moiihcii la not expected to live. lloports from Gnlesburg Indlcato that Monsen was driving the ma chine at a r.O-mlle gait when 'ho car struck a high crossing nnd over turned. M arshVl "Fatally Shot. Ilonton City, III., Oct, 4. Marshal Theodoro Hush was shot and piob ably fatally wounded by one at three negroes he believed Intended to rob tho Standard Oil company1 ofuces at Wood lllver. MIRROR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER M910. ICH AT FAULT Indications of Disturbed Digestion Are Often Mistaken for Other 'Disorders and Cause , necessary Alarm. Fnlpitation of the heart doei not imply that the vital organ U ilinwod. Pain In the back does not necessarily mean kidney diccaw. Headache dm not often Indlcato that there is anything wrong vWth jour J"-'11'1' All of tliew syniptniiH tiro catied by Ftomaeli trouble and when this ifl righted the alarming symptoms 'diappcnr. 11 you linui them look to the condition ol jour stomach for tho owe before you start to treat the symptoms rather than tho diseac. 1 f tho muTcrer from nny form of stomach trouble in pale anil tho blood thin, the first slop toward restoring the activity of the etoinnch ii to iuiproo tho condition of the blood. A Mipply of rich, well oxygenated blood Is iioecary to the pro ceeds of digestion and with it, if ctrors in diet nrn avoided, nature will work n cure. This is known as the tonic tient meiit for indigestion nnd is illustrated by tho experience of Mrs. C. L. ltitchey, of No. 1401 20th. street, Koel: Wand, III., who owes her rccou'ry from stomach trouble tonthorftugh trialof Dr. Williams' Piifk PilN. Kliehijs "I was pick fofvevcral months with Rintnnnli tmnlilp miilincrvouHJios.s. I bad no appetite and what I nt pained mo and lonned gas. 1-nteti ami palpitation of tho heart. It was Winnst impossible for mo to get nny Ieii beenmo run down, weak, decpondenthpd discouraged and could not bear to ltyvo nny noise mound inc. "At first I thought tho doctor was helping mo hut 1 really became no better. When I heard of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I mndo up my mind to give them n trial. It was only n short time before I liegan to feel lietter, bad n good nppetito, could rest well and I was cured nftcr taking only a few boxes. I always do tend upon Dr illiams' Pink Pills and recommend them heartily." Thu tonic treatment with Dr. Willinms' Pink Pills by building up tho blood to that it can nourish and strengthen tho weakened dige.-mo system lias inane hundreds of cures in the most, sovcro stomach disorders A new edition of tho booklet, "What i.i Pat and I low to Eat," is free on request Nwl a postal for it. Dr. Williams Pmk Pills aro sold by all druggists, or sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, M) cents per box; six boxes for 52 U by tho Dr. Williams Medicine Company, ?choneotady, N. Y. General Barry . Superintendent of West Point Mili tary Academy. GETS BACK AT BROTHER John Armstrong Challoner Names Pig After Russian Prince. HIcluiK.ml. Vn., Oct. 4. John Arm strong ( li tllonur, brother of "Sheriff Hob-' f i 'oj; of New Vorl' nnd the orlgln.ito. of that querv whlfh has set the i ntintry laughing, "Who's loune iii. "" iignln i-.une Into tho spotlight m -public interest when ho rmiwilhui iliousnmls nt the Virginia state f.i r by -entering his prlzo pig. which in ridicule ho has named Prince HulRorousld, after the Kuusinn noblo who has played n prominent part as the friend of Cavnllerl during tho rerent publicity of the sheriff and his song-bird wifo. Tho porker's pen Is elaborately bedecked with banners bearing the name of the HtiKsinu piiiice, and great eiowds of nighthreiii gathered about the pen throughout thu day. It proved tho amusing feature of the big fair. Stepped Lively; Recovers Damages. CohitnhiiR, O., Oct. 4. Alleging that she wrenched her leg by fnlllng over a basket In tho aisle of an open ear In Cincinnati when the conductor told her to "stop lively," Amelia Huinhurccr hi ought suit In tho su perior I'ourt there, against tho Cin cinnati Traction comp.iny nnd got a verdict or $1,350, although she asked for $10 mm The circuit court re versed tins as coceesslvo and tho case came to ihc Ohio supremo court. CLEANSES THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS COLDS, AND HEADACHES DUE TOvCONSTIPATION. BEST FOREMEN, WOMEM AND CHILDREN-YOUNG ANDXLD TO GET ITiS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS-ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE. KAMUFACIUrtED BICThX SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS OHE SIZE ONLY, REGULAR PIHC$QABvTILE STOMi wm HAVE TIPS BUT NO DYNAMITERS Chief of Los Angeles Police Force Not Discouraged. EXPECTS ARRESTS SOON Beller Exists That Three Men Were Involved In Plot to Blow Up Times Building and Homes of Men Op posed to Labor Unions Rewards Now Aggregate Sum of $100,000. Dynamite Traced to Place Where Purchased. Los Angeles, Oct. 4. Under the stimulus of proffered rownrds aggro gating $100,000, hundreds of police men nnd prlvnto citizens hero nnd In all coast cities aro searching for clows that may lead to tho arrest of the conspirators responsible for tho blowing up of the Times .building and the attempted destruction of tho homes of General Harrison Gray Otis and F.'J. Zcchnndclnar, secretary of tho Merchants nnd Manufacturers' association. Chlot of Pollco Galloway said ho ex pected to liavo ono or all of tho con spirators in custody within a few hours, nnd later ho stated ho expect ed the news to come from San Fran cisco, whence hnvo come tho most promising clews so far developed. Pollco and civil ofllials bollovo that nt least threo men wero con cerned In tho outrago which cost tho lives or more than rf score of Times employes, nnd the city has placed a prlco of $10,000 upon tho head of each. Tho county voted an ndditlonnl reward of $5,000 for overy mnn captured nnd convicted, nnd on top of nil members of tho Merchants' nnd Manufacturers' association decid ed to offer a roward of $50,000. DYNAMITMS TRACED Was Purchased at Factory Near Oakland, Cal. San Francisco, Oct. 4. Tho dyna mite used In tho Log Angeles Times explosion has been Identified ns tho product of tho Giant Powder com pany at its plant at Giant, near Oak land. Detectives aro trying to trace the movements of three men who ap peared at tho Giant plant Sept. 19 and bought 500 pounds of the explosive, which was delivered to them on tho 23rd. Frank Holler, superintendent of tho Giant powder plant. Identified tho dynnmlte by tho description tele-' graphed by the Los Angeles police Plan One Big Funeral. Los Angeles, Oct. 4. Rewards of $15,000 for the detection and convic tion of tho dynamiters woro offered. Seven victims In nil havo been iden tified, but other bodies aro oxpected to be exhumed today when tho heavy Btecl girders aro raised. Assistant General Manager Chandler of tho Los Angeles Times said one funeral would bo held for all tho dead, at which Robert Uurdctto would 6ffl clnto. Ho added: "Wo havo offered n comotcry lot to tho family of each victim. Wo proposo to erect a mon ument over tho cluster of graves to tho memory of nil our faithful em ployes who were killed whilo on duty." '" BUCKEYlTBRTEfS Items of Interest to People In All Parts of Ohio. Findiay, O., Oct. 4. After having tnken out life Insurance, Thomas Beagle, proprietor of tho Hotel Gay at Aillngton, committed sulcldo by drinking cnrbollc acid. Ill hoalth nnd financial trouble are given as caimos. Big Onion Crop. Flndlny, O., Oct; 4. From 300 to 500 bushels por aero Is tho onion yield for tho Scioto marshland onion crop. The prico Is 50 cents per bush ed, thus those who planted aro now reaping big harvests. Harmon Names Fernedlng. Columbus, Oot. 4. Govprnor Har mon hns appointed Harry L. Ferned lng, Dayton attorney, ns Judge of the circuit court to succeed tho lato Judgo Theodore Sullivan of Troy. Fernedlng will serve until a Judgo Is chosen at tho November election. Wrights Enter Denial, Cincinnati, O., Oct. 4. Orvlllo and Wilbur Wright, aeroplane Invontors of Dayton, In an answer to the patent Infringement suit of Charles II. Law Bon of l'asadonn, Cal,, filed In the United States court, denied they had ovor appropriated Ideas of Lawson. Auto Fatally Injures Boy. Flndlay, 0 Oct. 4. Claudo Cope ton, C, was fatally Injured nonr Mc Comb when an automobllo, driven by Mel Decker of Defiance ran ovor him as ho was playing" Jn tho road. HIb entire scalp was torn looso and his skull fractured from tho forehoad to tho base. Relatives Suspect Foul Play, Cleveland, 0 Oct. 4. Relatives of Mary C. Daley, 24, whoso body vas found In tho private reservoir at tho Nowburg hospital, fcol positive that tho young woman, who until a few weeks ago was bookkeeper for Caleb McICee, was tho victim of foul play, while Dr. Qorlett Insists that it Is a case of suicide, Hunter Accidentally Shot. Columbus, 0 Oct. i( IiIrd A. Lisle, filotorman, returned fiom a hunting trU with his fathur-Jn-Jaw, W. M. Wllklns of I,ockb6urno, nnd while seated In the kitchen Iho lat tor's feim -was accidentally discharg ed, tho shot entering Llslo's leg nbove tho knee, severing tho femoral artery. Ho died In a hospital from loss of blood. Pickaway County Celebrates. Clrejcvlllo, 0 Oct. 4. Pickaway county is 100 years old this week, nnd tho event la being celebrated by evory resident of the county In a wny that the residents will not forgot for mnny years to come. Thla evening n general reception will bo hold at Mcmorlnl hnll for all former resi dents who aro in tho city to eujpy the festivities. Candidates Express Preference. Clovoland, O., Oct. 4. Tho Demo cratic candidates In Cuyahoga county for the stato senate nnd houso form ally tod to support Mayor Dranil Whltlock, independent mayor of To ledo, or Atlco Pomereno of Canton, Democratic nominee for lioutennnt governor, for the senato cent occu pied by Senator Charles Dick, Re publican, should the Domocrntlc leg islative ticket win In Cuyahoga coun ty this fall. Bryan to Oppose Cannon. Danville, 111., Oct. 4. It was an nounced hero that William J. Bryan would deoto two days to stumping, this congressional district against Speaker Cannon. Ho will come Into tho district nt Kankakee, Oct. 30, speaking there and nt Momenta, Wat Bcka nnd Danville tho first day. The second day will be devoted to tho lowor part of tho district. COUNTY OFFICIALS REPORTED Lucas Has $21,026.38 Coming to Treasury If Order Is Obeyed. Columbus, O., "Oct. 4. County ofTt clals in Lucas county must pay back Into the county treasury nnd the state treasury $21,020.38. Beside that amount thcro Is $18,800 which has been illegally' paid out, according to tho stato examiners the largest amount of which Is tho payment of snlarles of a number of clerks, as sistants, inspectors nnd stenogra phers to tho county Infirmary direc tors, amounting to $7,499, which Is dcclnrcd to be illegal. t The examination takes In the time between July, 1905, nnd Octobor, 1909, catching ninny former and present ofllclnlB for sums ranging from $10 up to $150, somo of which has been paid back. Tho .report, which was made by Stato .Examiners F. II. Doyle nnd Thomas G. Bowles, recommends that $21,002.38 bo collected from tho offi cials, and tho accounts have been turned over to the attorney general for action by tho accounting board. Many errors In the systems used aro pointed out, nnd tho olllclals are In structed to stick close to tho statutes covering tho fee system. CADETS MADE HAPPY BY BARRY'S ORDERS Privileges Restored Pending De cision o! Inquiry Board, West Point, N. V., Oct. 4. Tho endets of the military ncademy aro happier than they have been for over a week, and onco more tho campus rings with thu shouts of tho caduts, who wero restoicd to all privileges after thoy had been denied evory prlvllego for over a week sinco their troublo with Captain Longan In tho mess hall. Tho entlro corps wns mnrched to tho gymnasium, where they wero met by Gcnernl Thomas Barry, superin tendent of tho ncademy, nnd behind closed doors the head of tho academy and his Bovernl hundred charges had a heart-to-heart talk. Tho superinten dent snld as yet ho know nothing of tho caso other than that which ho had road In the newspapcis. That thoro would bo punishments for those whom tho board of Inquiry roport Im plicated thoy could rest assured, but that would como later, after duo con sideration of tho findings. Ho had Issued an order restoring thorn to all pilv'ileges.vand while It would bo published In tho usual way, ho want ed to loll 'them at this llttlo talk that the ncademy w'lll again resume Its usual routine. Thuro were no cheers ns General Barry finished, but as tlK young men came out several had a suspicious molsturo In their eyes. Gcnoral Barry would mnke no statoment when asked Immediately nftorward, nnd no Information could ho gleaned Just when tho punish ments would bo meted out nnd what their naturo would bo. It la almost certain that thoro will be no dismis sals, nltbough there aro necessarily a number of thoso Implicated who will feel uneasy until tho punish ments are announced. Three Lads Crushed. Chicago, Oct. 4, Three little boyn were crushed to death whilo playing near a bis steel concrcto mixing box In a yard ncrosn tho street from tho MMilcrru school, "Como Across," "Do these KuglJshmeu understand American slang'" "Somo of them do. Why?" "My daughter Is to bo. married In London, nnd the duke hus Just cabled too to come across," "Well?" "Does ho want mo or my wad?" Philadelphia Ilullotltu Defined, Knlcker-Whnt is n swimming holo? Bocker-'A body of water ontlrolj surrounded by boys.-Now'1'orli Suu. The Democratic) Ticket. For Governor. JUDSON HAIIMON, Hamilton. a For Llcntcnnnt Governor. ') ATIiKQ POMEP.ENH, Stark. For Supreme Court Judge M. II. DONAHUE, Porry. J JAMES JOHNSON, Clark. , , j For Attomoy General. TIMOTHY HOOAN, JackioB. -., . ' 'l For Secretary of State. t;' CHAIILES II. GItAVES, Ottawa, ' . For Clerk Supreme Court. i FltANK M'KISSn, Cuyahoga, , For Stnto Treasurer. D. S. CREAMER, Belmont For Dairy nnd Food CommHstone S. E. STRODE, Crawford. For School Commissioner. mMvm 3. A. STATES, Allen. For Member Hoard bt Public Work FltANK W. MILLER, Montgomery. For Stnto Senator. DR. R. II. FDNNEFJIOCK, For Common IUcas Juslgo. , W. E. SCOFIELD. For Congressman, 13th District CARL C. ANDERSON. ' V'l For Representative .WILLIAM. T. SMITH. For Clerk of Court. CURTIS MORROW. For Auditor R. U DoLONQ For Treasurer ROBERT 8. DOMBAUOH For Prosecuting Attorney., CHARLES L. JU8TICH For Recorder, a. T. TITTELBAUOH. For Sheriff 70HN G. STARK For Surveyor EOROE E. DWYHR. For Commissioner. HENRY SElTEIt ANDREW H. TROU 3. IC LEEPER For Infirmary Director. CHARLES B. FREEMAN GEORGE WEIDEMAIBR JOHN HANLET. For Coroner. DR. W. H UXNKZSJt TIME CARD HOOKING VALIVEX. Nortli 7 n. m.; 10:15 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.; 10:18 1:35 p. in.; 7:11! p. m. Dally except Sunday. nia four. Enstbound 9:25 a. m.; 12:25 p. m.; 7:22 p. m.; 10:67 p. m'.; 11:10 p. m.; C:27 p. m. Westbound 2:38 a. m.; 5:53 a. m.; 9:55 a. m,; 1:55 p. m.; 7:25 (p. m.; 4:27 p. m. CHICAGO & ERIK. Wcet 10:25 a. in.; 12:05 a. m.; 7:10 a. m.; 51:15 p. m. Kn.st 5:35 a. in.; 5:49 p. m.; 5:15 p. m.; 9:55 a. m. : .Dally except Sunday. , 1 c ERIE. J Southwest 5:20 p. m.; 1:25 a. m.j 10:27 a. m. f East 5:45 p. m.; 11:45 p. m.; 12:38 p. m. i i PENNSYLVANIA. Northbound x7:42 a. m.; 12:2! a. a.; 6;57 p. m.; ismo p. m. Southbound xl0:13 a. in.; 3:3I p, m.; X7.6U p. m.; ismo p. m. Dally except Sunday. (Sunday on ly. xDally. O. M. & II. ELECTRIC. Northbound Cars leave Marlon for Bucyrus at 6, 8, 10 a. m., 12 noon, .WW.., ojtjA z i, t, a ana iu p, m. Southbound Cars leave Buoym for Marion at 7, 9 and 11 a. m 6, 7, 9 and 11 p. m. O. D, & M. ELECTRIC. . Southbound Curs leavo every hour for Columbus from 6 a, m. to 9 p. in. and 10 and 11 pr in. for Del, waro. , Northbound--Curs loavo Columbuj ovcry hour on the half hour from 0:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Colonist Fares TO Pacific Coast VIA HOCKING VALLEY Callfornla Novatla Arizona ' K Antf. 25 to Oot. 1 to 15 $38.8 Colorado Utah "Wyoming Aug .25 to Bopt,D-Sopt,15 to Oot.16 $38.60 Oregon , Washington Montaua 4id iuano v Br. Columbia Sopt. 15 to Oot, 15 '1 V 0ptr V- Tflfi a 8 l,,', I! l' V , w.