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llMmOR, MONDAY, JANTJi
Cover Moisanl's Casket With
CROWD FOLLOWS CORTEGE
Body Placed In Receiving Vault at
New Orleans, Awaiting Removal to
Chicago Fatal Ac ident Now
Charged to Ingrowing Toenail,
Which Caused Blrdman to Lurch
to One Side With Pain, Overbalanc
New Orleans, Jan. 2. A throng fol
lowed the body of John 13. Molsant to
a receiving vault In Metalrle ceme
tery, despite the attempt of the dead
nvlator'a klnfolk to mate the cere
monies private.- Molsant's brother,
Alfred J., and the two sisters, with
the aviators and olllclals hero for the
national meet, attended the service
at an undertaker's. Whon the hearco
bearing tho body left for Metalrle, a
crowd followed in automobiles and
other vehicles. At the gravo the
crowd was augmented by late corn
ers. Thti lloral offerings wero many
and beautiful. There was scarcely
an aeronautical society In the world
that did not send a wreath. Villages
and cities throughout the country
whero aero clubs hae been organ
ized were represented by their lloral
offerings. France, England, Germanv
and Belgium cabled ordvrs for
wreaths. The flowers were banked
about the colllti In which Molsant
rested, a smllo lingering on IiIr face
In death. When Molsant's body will
bo shipped to Chicago has not yet
A curious story has grown out or
tho aftermath of the discussion rola
tlvo to possible causes for Molsant's
death. This story has It that an In
growing toe nail on Molsant's right
foot was directly responsible for tho
fatal accident. The ofloiidlng nail
had been causing the aviator Intense
pain, and he had an engagement with
a chiropodist for Saturday afternoon,
when an operation was to have boon
attempted. The story Is sot forth
that sudden pain might havo caused
Molsant to erratically shift about In
the machine, to whose balance ho
was not accustomed, thereby upset
ting his equilibrium and tossing the
monoplane down a cascade of air be
fore Molsant could recover.
Tho brother and sisters of the dead
aviator are stricken with grlof that
finds little expression. Alfred J Mol
sant learned of the death of his
brother In a tragical way. He had
seen John off from City park In a
beautiful start for the Haralmn Hold.
Alfred followed In an automobile. Ho
took tho road leisurely and was borne
dlstanco behind when ho neared tho
field. An eighth of a mllo out Alfred
was stopped by a negro railroad la
borer. "Are you an aviator?" A!fred re
"Well," said the negro, "thero's
ono of you gentlemen ovor In tho
field there, dead. Ho Just tumblod
from the machine."
Alfred then drovo his automobile
through a plowed field to rouch his
dead brother's side.
Bad Year For Aviators.
Now York, Jan. 2. Counting Ho.x
ecy and Molsant, 30 aviators and
their passengers wcro killed Inst year
In falls from hoavlor-than-alr ma
chines, against five In tho two yonrs
previous. And thoso threo years com
prise tho working history of the
nport, for It was In 190S that Lieuten
ant Thomas B. Selfrldge, U. S. A.,
fell with Orvllto Wright In the II rat
public trlalif an acroplano, at Fort
Myer. He was the first passenger
and the first man killed In tho self
eustalned machine. The other Amor
lean dead, all killed last year, are
Johnstone, Hoxsey and Molsunt.
WILL NOT SEE DEAD SON
Mother Wan't'sito Remember Hoxsey
as He Appeared In Life.
Los Angeles, Jan. 2 With llstloss
ness and dampened enthusiasm, tho
aviators at Domlnguez field want
through with their manouvers In tlu
air. On every aorlallst's face could
be aeon the signs of grlof for thefr
favorite associate, Hoxsoy, . ho wac
hurled from his biplane to Instant
death, Saturday. Molsant's death add
ed to tho gloom, for ho was looked
on as a Callfornlan, having come to
Alameda county when but a boy and
living In tho city of Alamudu until 21
Hoxsey's body, by order of Mrs. M.
C. Hoxsoy, his mother, was .ukon to
Pasadena, where the funeral will
lake place tomorrow. Up to tho tlmo
the body was removed from the. Los
Angeles undertaking rooms, thou
sands of friends nud associates of
Hoxsey visited tho parlors.
Mrs. Hoxsey, tho mother, boars up
with much fortitude, although tho al
most superhuman efforts made by tho
widowed parent of tho Intrepid avla
tlonlst to restrain her grief Is pit
eous. All day she has moved about
with bowed form and evory little
whllo could bo heard tho suppressed
eoundn of sobbing.
"I wish I had gone up with Arch.'
eald the mother; "then I would h.ivu
The Point of View,
"Honesty Is tho bet policy."
"Not on your life!" blurted out tho
insurance agent. - St. Puul Pioneer
Hvmnrr aimcf flitnua '
nlr Iron vfcn imrt r
n wnnf, f -" onir
flfn klial a! Ihktn .
HnlorT kiimin. I.nt-Kr linttlft Jl.UOt
MinpldlOr. Scml for l.onklrl rrrr. i
Madame Josephine Lc Fevre,
laos tiic.iuui am, ruilodo.. r.
Sold by Duniblo Pharmacy ami the
Schmidt & Co. Pharmacy.
Aviator Who Lost Hla Life at New
died with him. Ml alotiR I have been
In dread he would some day meet
With ucrldent, but I rather he woi'ld
havw been killed outright than crli
pled for life. For, knowing my son
as I did, I feel certain ho would
have lived a life of torment had he
been compelled to have gone through
life maimed and helpless. Saturday
was tne first day I hne been absent
from the meet, for which I am glad.
I would not have been able to havo
stood the sight of seeing my dear boy
dashed to death
"I shall not Icok on Ills dead form,
for I wish to remember him as ho
was cheerful. loWng and Bralllng."
Poland Quits Owing to Friction
With Other Members.
Columbus, 0 Jan. 2. Governor
Harmon has accepted the resignation
of William B. Poland of Cincinnati,
chairman of the Ohio state tux com
mlsilon, whlpli was placed In his
hands Dec. IS. The resignation be
came effective fodsy.
The resignation came as the result
of friction which marked tho work of
the board. Shortly following the
opening of the board's oillco July 1
Inst, Poland and tho other two mem
bers, Judge It. M. Ditty of Hlllsboro
and F. K. Munn of Howling Croon,
disagreed as to methods which
should be employed In tho conduct of
the hoard's buslncti.
Poland, n convm to the Wisconsin
system of equalising real estate val
ues, advocated the Immediate inaug
uration of the )stcra, while Ditty
nnd Munn, who, perhaps, fnvored It
as a general proposition, wero op
posed to early action on the grounds
that the board, a new body, should go
slow In the expenditure of money un
til It had had time to consider con
DIX TAKES OATH OF OFfiCE
Democrat Becomes New York's Gov
ernor at Noon Today,
Albany, N V Jan. 2. In tho pres
ence of the senators and assembly
men, tho Judges of the court of ap
peals, tho Democratic state olllclals,
the retiring rmte officials, tho new
and old military staffs and the fami
lies of the itato officers and about
.",U00 lsitors, John A. Dl.x at noun to
day took the oath of oillco that made
him governor of the state. The oath
was administered by Secretary or
State lSdwerd Lazansky.
There Is to be an old-fashlonod re
(option at the executive mansion
later In tho day. This reception will
be after the fashion Inaugurated by
Itoawell P. Flower when he first en
toiod tho executive mansion. Demo
crats from every cross-roads town
and hanilot In tho stato nro to aJtond.
Mexicans Freeze to Death,
Saltlllo, Mexico. Jan. 2. An unpro
codonted spell of cold weathor Is
causing Intcnso suffering among the
pooror classes of this city. Throo
deaths from exposure nro ronorteii.
A light fall of snow, tho first In 20
years, adds to tho discomfort of tho
ktvrmutwmrvtiiri whkkkm w' Btyp'
I B v
no in session
Treadway Calls Senate to
RETAINS JOB ONE WEEK
House Proceeds to Elect Vlnlng, Dem
ocrat, Spc-Ver, Over Langdon, Re
publican, Who Becomes Minority
Floor Leadnr Govrrnor's Message
Read In Bith Branches Probe Into
Election Frauds In Adams County
Slatsd For Early Action.
Columbus, 0 Jan. 2. Promptly at
30 o i Ic-ck this morning Secretary of
St. t Corml A. Thompson, in tiie
hous , and Lieutenant Governor
Franc U v. Treadway, In tho senate,
dropped the gavels which called the
Scent -ninth General assembly of
Ohio t order.
In the house, after Invocation of
the divine blessing, the member
proceeded to elect Samuel J. Vlnlng
of Mercer county, speaker, Mr. Vln
lng having been selected for the posi
tion bj the caucus of the Democratic
members of tho house. The Republi
cans -oted for Lawrence K. Langdon
for speaker, and ho will become l'.oor
leader of the minority In th house.
In the senate Lieutenant Governor
Treadway will preside oer the delib
erations until next .Monday, when
Lieutenant Governor-elect Atlee Pom
cieni" will become lieutenant gover
nor and by vlitue of his oillco pre
siding ofllcer cf the upper house.
In the senate. Senator William
Green of Coshocton was chosen
chairman pro tern. The Imusc elected
C. W. Kvmpel of Akron as clerk. Tho
senate elected W. V. Goshorn of
Gallon. Senate sergeant-at-orms Is
Rodney J. Dleglo of Sandusky. House
scrgeant-at-nrms Is William L. Mech
ling of Cellna.
The reading of tho governor's mes
eago In both branches was the prin
cipal Luslness of tho session.
It Is the general belief that tho
general assembly will at an early
dato take up tho subject of ballot
corruption In Adams county, with a
view to enacting legislation to stop
tho prnctlcc. Members of the general
assembly keenly feel tho stigma
brought on the state for permitting
tho dcplorablo condition to exist so
many years In Adams county and
they will mako amends by vigorously
probing other Ohio counties placed In
the boodle class. The investigation
will not be conllned to Adams county,
but may extend soon to several coun
ties north of Columbus, whero tho
strength of tho two old parties Is
nbout equal. In some of these, It Is
rumored, vote-bit) Ing has been prac
ticed extensively. A tier of southern
Ohio counties near Adams, put under
suspicion by somo of tho Adams
county electors who confessed selling
their votes, will bo tho first to bo In
vestigated. In his message Governor Harmon1
paid particular attention to tho sub
jects of taxation, tho rejuvenation of
tho stato canal system, and the sin
gle board of conhol for nil stato In
stitutions. , He urged tho amendment
of last year's taxation law so that the
limit of taxation will bo 0 Instead
of 15 mills and that the tax levy for
any one year for all purposes docs
not exceed that collected lit 1009.
Ho also domandeAJa moro equltablo
method of as6essinent, so that all
classes of property ho listed at 100
per cent of their truo wiluo and that
means ,bo provided to prevent tho
concealment of stocks, bonds and se
curities of all kinds.
As to tho canals, ho urged tho com
pletion of tho Improvements on tho
Miami and Krlo and Ohio canals on
the lino of tho original progrnm. His
Idea Is to placo the woik of Improv
ing the canals under tho dlroct su
pervision of tho chief engineer of tho
board of public works.
Ho urged the pruning of expenses
In all stato Institutions, with tho pos
slblo excoptlon of tho Girls' Indus
trial home at Delaware.
Ho also repeated his recommenda
tion for an Income tax amendment to
tho fedoral constitution.
Tho necessity of a corrupt prac
tices net to provont election scandals
llko tho ono unearthed In Adams
county was pointed out.
Tho slng'lo board of contiol for
state Inbtltutlons was recommended
for a second tlmo. Longor terms of
office for membeis -of tho stato tax
commUIson woro also urged,
WHAT UNION LABOR WANTS
State Federation Names Committee
to Watch General Assembly.
Columbus, 0 Jan. 2.- -Contrary to
previously set plans, tho tho exocu
tlo board of tho Ohio Federation or
Labor, following u Ihng conference,
decided not to elect n special legisla
tive ngent and, Instead, appointed a
committee to watoh tho legislative
situation nnd, If necessary, to pro
vllo means 30 days from now for an
agent to tako tho placo of James
Robinson of Cleveland, who recently
Among the hllln which ate on tho
legislative program prepnrrtl by tho
executive board nre proroed mu.is
nr pio'.ldlng for a mechanics' Hen
law; ttato Inspection of all boiler;
licensing of barbpis; Initiative and
referendum; amendrocriu to t!jo fac
tory InsnoUlsii lo-'A', issuing possible
raora Ulwlcnt, mctfe, fr;iucut and
moro thorough lutp&ctla- of work-
Republican Floor Leadol4
Lawrence K. Lanfldm of Warren
County Is Minority Choice.
ltf ''.'I-JI iJ'H Mill. I IH I I I
' .mil. i ii u.MiiMi
t I t t I I I I I I
THE NEW LEGISLATURE.
Senate Democrats, 19; Itopub-
llcans, 10. Total, 31.
House Democrats, 70; Hopub-
llenns, 49. Total, 119.
Joint Ilallot Democrats, S9;
Republicans, 01. Total, IB!'.
shops nnd factoilcs mat nn Incrvasc
In tho working forco of tho depart
ment Interested In the work; a wom
an's olght-hour day law, nnd a bill
providing for a uonpaitlsau Judiciary.
Advance Caucun Date.
Columbus, O., Jan. 2. Democratic
senators In their caucus expressed a
preference for 2 o'clock Thursday
afternoon as the date for the Joint
caucus to unite on n candidate for
senator, InBfead of Friday, a3 had
been pgrecd on by Kdward W. Ilnn-
ley nnd Atlee Pomorene. Action of
tho senntors will be communicated to
tho house members, and they aro ex
pected to agrco on a date today.
BODY HACKED TO PIECES
Electrician Killed by Montenegrin
Striker at Glencoe.
Glcncoc, O., Jnn. 2. A tragedy, re
volting In Its dctnll3, wns the murder
of William Owens, electrician at tho
Dclmonl coal mines, whoso body wns
literally hacked to pieces .by knlfo
thrusts Inflicted by n Montenegrin, a
stilkcr. Americans who witnessed
tho attack rushed to his aid, 'whllo
other Montenegrins Joined their mur
dering companion and a riot followed.
Tho foreigners wcro put to flight and
a posso was formed that took up tho
pursuit, nnd tho wjcods were scoured
until tho man was caught and taken
to St. ClalravUlc and placed In tho
Will Not Dcpoit Girl.
Wnshlngttm, Jan. 2. Ileda George,
an Armenian girl living in Dayton,
O., will not bo deported, ns tho dc
paitment of commorco nnd labor
originally ordorod. The girl worked
tn n store In Dayton, Complaint wns
mado that she wns badly treated, nnd
after a first Investigation her depor
tation wns ordered. A furthor Inves
tigation, howevor, caused tho reversal
of tho order.
Bar Association Picks Boston.
Chicago, Jan. 2. Tho American
Rar association will hold Its next an
nual mooting In Iloston Aug. 29, 30
nnd SI, 1911. This was decided at n
meeting of tho exccutlvo committee
of tho association.
SHOT DEAD WHILE
Contractor Falls Back Into lloo so
Willi Bullet In Hear).
Hickcnsaclc N. J Jan. 2. Carlo
Panobyanco, a contracting teamster
of Falrvlow, was shot nnd instantly
killed at tho moment the New Year
was being welcomed In, as ho stood
on his back porch after having fired
threo shois from a revolver as his
little part in the goneral demonstra
tion. Panobyanco had Jiiht fired off his
rovolvor when ho lurched back into
tho houso, whirled around nnd fell
doad. When Coroner Traccy and
Justice Phillips roached tho house
they proceeded to seurch the dead
man's cluhos for alttables. Lifting
up tho shirt they found n spot of
blood, and then n bullet hole was
found directly over the heart.
"This man may havo btnii mur
dered," said tho coroner, and he at
once notified Prosecutor Wilght and
tho county detccthes. "Either ho
has been ussaesluoted or ho lma boon
tho victim of gone eareloss' person
who discharged a tevolvor In cele
brating tho arrival of tho new year,"
enld Coronor Tnuey,
L'ngllMi Girl-Vmi Amerhiin kIi-Ir Iiua .
not such liunlthj rmuploxloiiH as we
have, I cannot nmlornlund why our
noblemen take u funcy to your white
American (!rl-lt IsVt our white
faces that attr.iet them, niy dear. li'
WHAT IT COSTS
TO RUN STAT
Institutions and Depart
menis Ask $12,381,616,09.
WILL PROBABLY TAKE LESS
Ohio State University Trustees Say
They Would Like $1,054,575 This
Year and 51,006,181 In 1912 For the
Erection of Twelve Buildings.
Boys' and Girls' Industrial Schools
Seek $13,000 and $125,000 Increases
ColumbuR, O., Jan. 2. Officials of
tho state Institutions and depart
ments havo asked tho general assem
bly to appropriate this winter, for
1011, amounts aggregating $12,331,
C 10.09, an Increase of $280,338.23 ovor
what they sought for 1910, according
to a detailed statement of estimates
prepared by Filing Clerk Garner of
! auditor of state's department. Legis
lators nro likely to lower tho amount
r.ovoril millions of dollars beforo act
ing on tho requests. For 1910 only
$8,007,131.71 was appropriated, or
$1,414,478.38 less than has been ask
ed for this year.
A total of $ll,t31,2G0.G0was sought
for 1912. Tho estimates show a slight
Increase In tho current expenses of
many stato Institutions. This was
explained by citing a now rule which
requires ofllcers of the Institutions to
I pny all receipts Into the state treas
ury Instead of using them, as has
been tho custom.
To obtain funds for the erection of
n group of 12 new buildings, trustees
of Ohio Stato university havo asked
for $1,051,585 for 1911, and $1,000,181
for 1912. Only $354,C00 was appro
priated last year.
To relieve congestion at tho Doya'
Industrial school and the Girls' In
dustrial home, an Increase of $18,000
over tho 1910 appropriation is sought
for tho former Institution and $125,
000 additional for tho girls' homo.
For tho boys' school $328,000 is asked
for 1911 nnd $240,700 for 1912. Tho
girls' homo will receive $370,000 for
this year and $25C,000 for 1912 if tho
request of trustees Is granted.
Officials of tho Ohio agricultural
experiment station at Woostcr want
$311,715, an increase of $150,000, for
1911, nnd $230,000 for next year. Sev
eral now structures arc wanted there.
Several extra appropriations- wcro
allowed for tho expenses of tho gen
eral assembly last year, and $273,200
was asked for that body this year, a
reduction of $22,500 from tho total
appropriation for last year.
Stato Highway Commissioner Won
deru wants tho appropriation for
stnto aid in road building Incroascll
from $440,000 to $1,000,000 tho next
two years, nnd that Is largely respon
sible for the Incrcaso of $600,000
sought by his dopartment.
DUNLAP SUBMITS REPORT
Has Many Schemes to Preserve
Health of Buckeye Citizens.
Columbus, O., Jan. 2. A standard
for cream and Ice cream nnd laws to
prevent false and misleading adver
tisements of foods and drugs, tho
promiscuous distribution of samplo
packages of medicines, nnd others to
rcqulro tho weight and measuro to bo
branded on food packages, tho regis
tration of establishments where food
products nro manufactured and a
baking powdor law nro nmong tho
recommendations mado In tho annual
report of Stato Dairy nnd Food Com
missioner Dtinlap, filed with Gover
Blizzard Rages In the West.
Onirilm, Neb., Jan. 2. Tho ontlro
west Is In tho grip of tho hardest
storm of tho winter, nnd a raging
blizzard is swooping ovor tho prnlrlo
states. Throughout Nebraska, Wyo
ming, South Dakota and Montana tho
thermometer ranges far below zero,
and thero Is a heavy fall of snow. In
tho mountains of Wyoming and Mon
tana tho cold Is Intense, reaching ns
low as 20 degrees below zero at somo
points. Accompanying tho cold is
CREMATED IN BOATHOUSE
Charred Bodies of Contractor and
Young Woman Found.
Atlantic City, Jnn. 2. After a flro
In tho boathouso bungalow of Dr.
Wardon L. Zone, at Ventnor, tho fire
men discovered the charred bodies of
John MeAlooso and a young woman,
hollovcd to bo Kato Williams, or Don
ovan, who Is reported to havo como
horo with McAleoso a month ago and
tukon up rcsldenco in the boatjiouso
with him, which McAleoso rented.
.McAleese wns a gray-haired man of
about CO, and onco a well known con
tractor of Ocean City, and had been
living with tho Williams girl for
somo time beforo he brought her
. . ' Relief Work In Messina.
Mosslno, Italy, Jan. 2. Soldiers
upon tho Italian crulsor which was
dispatched horo on account of tho flro
worn eet to work clearing away the
debris nnd doing relief work. Pro
visions, blankets and clothing was
distributed .among thoso wboao
homes wore burned.
To Dlscues River pollution.
Columlmt, o., Jan. 2. Secretary
Probst of tho stnto board cf hoaltU
job i .sucjl n call fpr a meetins of the
united Ohio river commissions ot
Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, West
Virginia and Kentucky In Columbus
Jan. 5. Legislation to iirovent pol
lution of the Ohio river will bo con
sidered. After White Slaves.
Doyton, O., Jan. 2. County Proso
etitor Carl Lenz secured the co-opcra-tlon
of United States Commissioner
Frank W. Howell in preparing for a
"white slavo" crusade In Dayton nnd
Montgomery county. It Is tho prose
cutor's aim to brlngsthe offenders di
rectly before a United States court,
and with this object In vlow a con
ference was held with the govern
ment olllclals at Cincinnati.
Three Burned In Explosion.
Columbus, O., Jan. 2. Whllo driv
ing a pile for tho erection of an ovor
head crossing nt tho Toledo & Ohio
Central railroad on West Ilroad
street, Irvln Ludwlg of Kenton was
seriously burned whon the r'lo broke
a main of the Federal (las and Fuel
company. Tho gas escaped through
tho earth nnd was Ignited by tho flro
under tho boilers, causing an explo
sion. William McNellan of Kenton
nnd John March of Cleveland wero
badly burned about tho hoad.
Fireman Proves Hero.
Rcllefontalnc, O., Jan. 2. Laugh
ing and Joking at fellow railway men
who worked frantlcnlly In order to
savo his life, August DItsburgcr lay
pinned under tho englno of Ulg Four
frolght train No. 02 for flvo hours.
His loft foot was crushed under the
wreckage and a flro was built near
by to keop tho Injured man from dy
ing from exposure and pain. The
train parted in tho middlo und the
rear hectlou crashed Into tho first
section, overturning sovoral cars, the
englno and tender.
Third Charred Cody Found. .
Portsmouth, O.,' Jan. 2. Charred
hits of a third body woro found In
tho ruins of tho homo of Oliver and
Minor Piatt, wealthy bachelor broth j
ers, at Uocky Fork, whoso murdorers
aro being sought throughout this sec
tion. Discovery of the additional
body has led the authorities, to he
Hevo Hint the murderer was probablj
mortally wounded whllo attacking tht
Piatt brothers and Hint tho flro which
followed was occasioned by iho up
sotting of a lamp or other accident
during a battle In tho house.
PICTURES PROMPT CRIME
Three Youths Hold Up Man but Soon
Come to Grief.
Elizabeth, N J., Jan. 2 Aftor at
tending a moving plcturo theater In
this city, whero they said they wit
nessed p. wild western holdup, threi
young man, William Kilpatrlck, Paul
Sweu and Adolph Sweu, laid In wait
at a lonely spot on the outskirts for
William Kobble. Jumping on Kobblo
they took his wallet, containing two
?20 bills, and his watch. They beat
him up some nnd loft him battered
and bleeding on tho road. They woro
handkerchiefs as masks, hut Kobblo
recognized one and described him to
tho police, and all threo woro arrest
ed in n suloon where they wore
spending their loot. When arraigned
they blaniod tholr evil-doing on the
moving picture show, but thoy wero
dent to Jail.
llC.TIirn cn, ?
WUIIIILU (UltLUvOI ?
V. Ohio- Tomorrow: ftnnur flnr,
$ ries; continued cold.
if Sun rlne 7:10 n. in.
'V Sun Sdt& 4'i.Z n in A
fy Mcoa iIeos ,.,.... 8:21 a. m.
fs Moon sets ...v..-..,. G:87 p. in.
-$So $t&t &Z$Gfri.Q'Cii
THE, NEW LINE,
THE EXHIBIT CAR of thoChlctfo. Mtlwau-
kee & St. Paul Hallway, containing exhibits of
farm products. crown In the Dakota), Jiootena,
IdaliofoaWMlUDgton, WW. beat V
The Pennsylvania Station
Marion, O., on January 4th.
You nre cordially Invited U Intpeot IhM ,
various exhibits, and alto to attend a atoro
oplloon leoturo to ba given In tho evening
tn ono ol tho looal halli, looallon ol whleh
onn bo aooriana(t front small bills dlttrl
butedat oar. 'ADMISSION FREE.
Thousands of acres of fertile Government Home
stead Lands In Montana along the now Chlcejoj
Milwaukee & Paget Sound Hallway now open (O
seiiicmoui. uoscripiiTO muruiuru uco.
F. A. MILLER, General Paueager Agfa
CEO. D. HAYNES, Immigration Ateat
7G0 Mantuetto Dldg., Chicago
Milwaukee & St. Paul
' ..atvnll .
Sallle Horton, residing- at Sheffield,
England, Is hereby notified that Dorn
nrd F. Horton lins filed his petition
against her for divorce, In cause No.
12000, of tho' Court of Common Pleas
of Marlon County, Ohio, and that said
cuuso will be for hearing on or aftor
January 2Cth, A. D., 1911.
Hernard F. Horton,
Hy Chas. L. Justice, his Attorney.
FOH SALK OU TRYDR.
If you want to Sell or Trade any
thing, a want ad in this paper and 99
others in Indiana, Illinois ana Ohio will
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list of papers. Austill Advertising Syn.
dicate, Elwood, Indiana.
North 7:07 a. m.; 10:17 a. m;
4:17 p. m.; 6:10 p. m.j 11:16 f. m. -.
South G:50 n. m.; 7:20 a. m.; 1:33
p. m.; 7:20 p. m.; 10:22 a. m.
Dally excopt Sunday.
West 10f25 n. in.; 12:05
JBtlS p. m.; 7:10 n. m.
' East C:35 n.m.; x9:GC a. n
p. m.; G:49 p. tn.
Dally excopt Sunday.
I Runs to Marlon only,
xRuna to Ohio City only.
Southwest 10:27 n. m.; 6:20 p. m.;
t:2G a. in.
East G:43 a. m.; 12:53 p. m.; 11:45
p, in.; G:45 p. m.
Northbound x8:lG a. m.; 12:21 p,
m.; 6:23 p. m.; x7:G7 p. m.
Southbound 'lOiOG avm.j a7:G7 p.
Dally except Sunday.
Eastbound 9:25 a. in.; 12:26 p. m.
7:30 p. in.; 11:19 p. in.; 5:27 p. nut
3:40 n. m,; 2:45 u. m. j
Westbound G:G3 a. m.; 10:05 a.
m.; l:GG p. in.; 7:30 p. m,; 2:58 p,
in.; 1:30 a, in.
Dally excopt Sunday.
O. I. & L ELECTRIC.
Southbound Cars leave every hour
for Columbus from 0 n. m. to 9 p. m.,
and 10 mid 11 p. m. for Dolawaro.
Northbound Cars leavo Columbus
every hour on tho half hour, from
t5:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. j
a. JL II. ELECTRIC.
Northbound Cars loavo Marlon for
Bucyrus nt 6, 8, 10 u, m ; 12 noon, 2,
4, G, 8 nnd 10 p. m.
Sputhbourtd Carn leavo Buoyrus
for MnriOn at 7, 9 and 11 a, m. and
I, 3, 6, 7, 9 nnd 11 p. m.
A jo urn ty
For business or plensuro to an
point Ui tho
CANADA MEXICO .
may bo easily arranged by con
sulting Ticket Agonta of the
Hocking Valley Ry.
who arc ultvaya prepared to
furnish complete lnforrnatibk
at) to Through Farce, Ilouta,
Tlmo uud Tickets, , H
'P W, U. FISHOR,
Gcncrnl Passenger Agest. ,