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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1912.
PAGE SIX WANTS UNM IE 0WNEDAT HOME President G'abelman of Portsmouth Looking Over Situation. Thinks Lima Fine Location For a Paying Team. I-omn, O., Feb. C ?or the pur poro of looking over the 1.1m hase hall situation and visiting his broth er, Edwin Gabelnnn. of the Lima Times-Democrat st.ifr. William ?. dnblcman, prciidi in of the Port tnouth baseball lu'i In the Ohio Ptnte leairue. nrr'vel In Unta. Sun day. Mr. Gnblem.in would like to see local ow iom 'n charm of the Lima club ana leiiep that thin cltv would bo one r the best In Bobble Head's circuit If thin uere done. Mr. Gabelman l one of the beet poe.ed baseball men In minor lcAgu circles. Until he took charge of af gairs at Portsmouth the team there wan operated i. n Ids but since that time the club has only been self-sustaining but linn paid the stcckholdoro a big dividend. Mr Gablemnn Is confident that the same thing can be nccotrfpllshel In LUmO as Lima It n larger eltv than Ports mouth nnd can draw from a murli larger territory. - Mr. Gnbolman Is well posted with tho workings In the Inner circle of Ohio State league affairs and ki that I.lm will positively be without baseball this year, union a local com pany Is organised tci take over tin Columbus holdings The Portsmouth man Is city aud'' or In the Itlver cltv, being re-elected f"r a second term In thi face of a He liubllcan landslide hist fall. Magnate1 Arrhi fw Meeting. OhlcngovKeK Ov WeMtern league magnates began arriving here, today, for the schedule meeting ' tomorrow. President Tp -O'Nell, f the league, asserted todrtv tlint there will bo no disorder In the meeting -and thalt wouuffijffigypMHiQ h.flrfriojny." AVnllmv May ln Hack. fit I.ouls. Mo., Velb. fi. Martngor TloUby Wallace, of the llrowns, rimy be seen back at his ohl position on third base this season. Poth "Wal lace! and JPrashlnnt I led sea nre'eount ing on rjjile Wares, the ('nllfarnln recruit; 'ihnlcthjr''L'o,o'n 'n't shnrtstcp. If Wares comes tip to ovpectntlonw. ho vIH 1ir ajlvon a regular berth and Wallnco will, be shifted tn third. 'Sporting' Notes "No more ball playing for me." an serte Hilly Thomas former Lancaster and Hamilton pitcher. Thomas has a flno position with the Carnegie com pany at Youngstnwn. Ho admits, however, that ho would accept a boKh as an umpire. Catcher McKoo, Outfielder Wirrell nnd First Uaseman Mark ley, well known to Ohio .State league fan, havo returned their signed contract to tho SprlngfleM club In the Cew ral league. Negotiations are now on foot which may result in the ObWera platng exhibition games at Springfield April 14 and IS. Ilarvoy IPastorius baa signed h contract to act as a- numplre for ar cher year In the Ohio State league. Lengthy Qlickenger, formerly a pitcher with the LunkH, his signed for a trial as a first biP'inau w it i the Austin club rr the Te is Uvaii-1 BETTER TOR MEN, WOMEIf AND SALTS.Ort P1LI!,AS IT SWECTEN3 AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MOrtE Cf flCIENTLV AND tS FAR MOR PLEASANT TO TAKE. IIJPfl6SBMffifNNA IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES. lflftKr.M CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. intfieClrdb. on everu- Pacftao of tho Gonuine. v ALL REUABLE DRUCC1STS SELL THE OIUCINAL AND CENUINE WHEN CAMEO FOR. ALTHOUGH THEY COULD MAKE A LARCEIl PROFIT BY 5ELUNC INFERIOR PREPARA. TIONS. YET THEY PREFER TO SELL TI IE CENU1HE. BECAUSE IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE COOD OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OP MEDICINES. SUCH DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH, AS YOUR UFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOMC TIME DEPEND UPON THCIR SKILL AND REUAOIUTY WHEN BUYING NotolfoFuffNamoofthG Gompanu PRINTEO STRAICIIT ACROSS.NEAR THE BOTTOM, AND IN THE CIRCLE.NEAK THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACE.OFTHB CENUINE, ONE S1Z ONLY, FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING URUCCISTS. RECUUR PRICE COc PER BOnLC, SYRUP OP FIGS AND TUXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT TAMILY LAXATIVE. BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WI1CH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENGTHENING WAY AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTEREFFECTS AND WmiOUT IRRITATINC. DEBILITATING OR GRIPING. AND THEREFORE DOCS NOT INTERFERE IN ANY WAY WITH BUS1NES3 OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OF WELL. INFORMED FAMILIES. WHO KNOW OF FTS VALUE I ROM PERSONAL USE. TO CET ITS jCNEFICIAL rJTFCTS ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINE; MANUFACTURED UY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. I soon ei c STARTED lns Annolf, il., ivii. (1. Knr Iv In 1'ibruiry ls Angeles' new municipal ipnper, the only one oC Its klud ' In the country, will tnnke its appearance, ifjcorup II. TJuntap, a real estate 'broker, Henry O. wlioerler, Jr., tin attorney, nnd Dr. T. Perelvnl Oevion, n physician, are tlie mem bers or the editorial board. It Is well known that almost any lnyirmn could run a newrjiapor 4iettqr than n .-..fnMitnal AytwriKA nml Mlaa I lirnA ' gentlemen are now to have an oipjpor-Jihe house of commons shows that. If tunity to glww what they can do nt n vote were taken today on the gen the expense of the people. I eral manhood suffrage bill with in All three partlrs are represented amendment Including women, the on the editorial "board. Mayor Alex- m ensure very likely would pass. Tlie ander ihavlng gono 1nti hhe camv of his late enemy, the Socialists or one of the arfpolnteos, Dr. (person. The (proposition of establishing a muukiipal paper was contained In an ordinance whlc was voted on fa vorably at the last city election. In accordance with the trrms'of the or dinance, the paper will be dtstrl'but-1 ed froe, so far as the hinds will per mit. Thirty-alx thousand dollars an nually 'vas Allowed In the ordinance for the expenses of publication, and It la expected that this sum will ie Increased by the money received from the commercial advertising. . The vrlnolpal function of the pa per, according to Its editors, will be to iprlnt all the news about munici pal affair. Space will 4e allowed to the various political parties and matter offered fr publication In this ii")ace will he .printed without censorshV), so that all partisan or ganisations Mill to" given an oppor tunity to express their views on mun icipal affairs. Mini Clini'gcil ullli Mui'thV Pits or Ilciiri nillurc Galllpolta, O., Feb. 6. Ca.naln Albert I.ockhart. fon:y-n!ne, who, with hbi brother, 1 1 Irani, was extra dited to Huntington, West Virginia, and trieJ on a charge of triurderlnjr Carlton Slmms, a wealthy furmor, two months ago, dropped dead of hcrtrt failure today at lilt 'home In Crotfn City, Ohio. lie was acquitted of the. charge, but his lieflUh was brokeh by 'worry and financial lose incident to tho defense. Slmms body was. found floating In tho Ohio river lust fall. When 1nii. seen )io had boon a papaeiiger of- a low water ferry operated between Huntington atrd Crown City by the Irfickhart brotherv. Pi-cslileiit of I.'nliwity C. I'lnwl. Ashtnliii'la, O., (Feb. 0. I.. A. ltobl iwin, iiresldent ' of tho Pennsylvania and Ohio Hallway company, wa' fined (its and con., yesterdHyr n aflldnvlts filed two weeks ago, charg ing that 'motormeti's vestibules In tho city street ear wero not being heated as required by law. Hoblaoii pleaded guilty to tho charge. Honor llt'(uliiloii. Columbus, O.,, Feb, fl. Governor Harmon honored! the rctiuisltlnu of Governor Stubbau of Kansas, for thu return of II. lloJuir.l Hall, under ar rtst at Canton nu charge of obtaln mg money under false pretences. Hall is tfbflrged with falsely rep resenting himself as the manager of a Chicago mimical firm and extort ing money from "Kage struck" stlrls and n.m a tour .musician on the prom ise that- they would toe liooked on a tour of a musical company at prince ly salaries. Mogul HciVt Itcjildciico 1!iiiii-i. PlalnfleW, N. J., iFeb. . The mag nificent residence of William J. liut terfleld, the JCew York Importer airJ broker, noted as a blue ribbon horse fanvfer, waa dcM.rr ed by ftre, to day. Dutterileld rescued his nife .111 1 three children. The lose will ex cetd 1100,000. CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OIL, "j MiniAVUKf riCIUKE itt rAiftAuu w v b.'y jjMVf jigs! Hi r'Ei'ixiKI i I 1 ,WoNUTOrsntTkiiu I n 4CfHT of ai couoi i t; V W. I -. ,-MMI I.-.M M-4 fi lit II ISI lj Ml V,'l., ,0M III I' 11 J'unutcownrAtio(, N 11! jH aJ'iiiliiJXES't'ii S I'J 'iJB CAuroBJmnGSYRUP cv mim in p But Militant Methods Have Hurt the Cause Very Much. MANY MEN ARE DISGUSTED Tide Turns Against Mili tants in Howling Down Asquith. -Houso of Commons Would oVto Suffrage if Vote Taken Today. London, Feb. (!. The women of Great Itrltaln wero never nearer the ..!. t.M mamt A nnafii1 aurvrv nT bill, however, will not Me Introduce 1 until the next fee-ion of parliament, which convenes February 1 1, and much may happen between now nnd then. If women suffrage should be d -tented, tho "Pankhurst crowd" lil be blamed. If It goes through. It will be In spite of the hooligan i.acllei which they have reivert this winter and which, although previously ap proved by many as necessary In or der to. call public attention to the "cause" are now condemned Uy men nnd woman alike. Many Itellevo that the "tntiltftr.it methods" may even prove .fatal to suffrage Lloyd George, the ihancellor of the exchequer, Mas at ikum! khe f.'ank hursts and their mllltant'followers of playing either intentionally or un intentionally lrrto the hands of tho Tories. He and hl colleagues have promised women an opportunity to get complete suffrage, ehfrnnchllng 0,000,000 women of all rfasscs. The I'ankhurats, hoecr, persist In doubting tho cabinet's good faith and ani nre presalng for the passajfe of the so-called conciliation bill which would give limited franchise only, Placing the vote In the hands of about 1,000,000 women who are 'prop arty owners. It Is obvloua that the voting strength of women admitted under the concilia'. Inn bill would In non-Llbeval. , AmiiiIUi niflkcs Priiinl.tH. The tide or public nplnlorr -turned against the militants when recently they howled ion the' prime minister In the City Temple. Aiillh cannot bo regarded as an onotny oMtlie wo men's suffrage movement, though he admits that a change o great as thot of giving women the right to oie might be attcivJed by disorders, abuse nml couriuriiM. lie 1ms proml'ed, how over. in explicit i.erms, that women Hhall hue thu opportunity of so 'unending tho -Manhood Hiiffrage bill next year so as to provide for Bf frage. Though they humiliated the prime minister, tho militants wero willing' l- listen to Ilojiiaoy Muidonuld, tho la bor leader, for nrganlaed bibur In Great llrltaln goes "the whole hogj' so for as the vote Is conecrnrl. To Uielr unutterable mir, rlso he de nounced their 4lcnvoistrutlnn an "abusive, degraiJng and dlKgiiBtlng." 'trliir my own part," he said, "If I felt than the oatise had ei.me to this. I would go Into the loUiy against It cvory time." Shortly aftorwards Sir ICdward Gray, the foreign secretary, wrote to the Karl or rtton: "The pnset.i sit uation Is thot an Indifferent prospect of obtaining Ute enfranchisement of J.000,000 women under the concilia tion bill, may be exchanger f r a good nrosuect of the ejifrsnchlsement of 0,000, 000 women by an amendment of tho government, moved. If necos eary, by a cabinet minister. Violence- lliirtri Cuioi', 'Those of us wlio are united with regard to such an .amen Intent havo intended, as far as may be In our MANAGER M'CRAW IS ANCiY HEN "RUBE" MARQUARD HOLDS OUT FOR MORE MONl Y SUBE- MAE?2?UAF2p "ftubo" Marqvard, tho big southpaw who helped hiightlly to pitch tho OlnntH to the tiuiml fiuguo pennant lust . ir, le holding out, and Manager McOraw la tho inaddcat man in A,mcr'' a- . , , . "I kept him on the payroll two years," M urftw declares, "wlun I wusn't worth .1. board and over) bony vu tJlimg lilm-o. prlzo kinon ' I tau satKi.d xvlih a small iiflafy wbn I wasn't delivering tlu Ljdy," '"IJ.I ra na. Now You can keep the water" closet bowls white new $am-Flush Cleans Water-Closet Bowls Docs the work without any fats or unplcatantncis. You don't need to touch the bow! or dtp out the water no scour ing. San!-Flush will not injure the plumbing as acids do. It's a perfect disinfectant and deodorant. 20 cents a can at your grocer's power, to advocate tlv caiifc of wo men's iifTrngo on the-, lines actively and publicly before tlu introduction of the Manhood suniago olll next cnr. Some of us haw already made ongageiucuta for the furpnse. Hut acts of violence etich ns accompanied tlie dcmoimtratlou in parliament square culminating for a charitable purpose addressed 1 tho prime min ister, have done immense mischief to the cause. "As a matter or fai t, we cunnut ivJ Nocate It suoootsful-v when conduct of this sort nllenntes numbers of peo ple who would 'btlurw Ire be disposed to give It a fair and favorable hear ing; nor can It be ipccted thmt peo ple like myself, who are colleagues and friends of Uio prime minister, can give active Mfjjfciri ti any niovoniont while some of .Its "uiipurtara mnko him the object of km li n deiuottftTM Hon us oocurrwl nt ' ho City Tom-1 plP.'1 t; ' ),',? , Mrs. WlllItun',Faw ett, pt-oKlflfiht of' the Xatlunal Unlon or WtimOn SUf inge socletlw, In i letter tovWbyd George, dlsjncittUid the nnthmnl body fn m tho mlljUUi'- J.'ioup, known na the "WomonlHPoiitkiil .unisl Social Union," umlrohry.-n alen tb th Pnnk liurKtK. rfliq q1jtri,its lilcryd Gonrgc, Sir lWftttwdiry and bther miffnige itdvocules In thi (nblnct not to ifurn ngnliist thd inoM'ment'ou nccoimt of tho violent- act" ir tlie inilluuits, which ncUt She Tt grots, duploren and condemn" , Spirit Not llroken. C'lirlstaball'.i.(hiirst was, nnd H, Impfcultunt. Ansierns;. Airs. Fowcett, she daclnrod: The.rospouslhlilty of SMfTnihist,liiilnl-'ars w npt ulllle,l bj advocaUtu,' a io ro, iiiiiuuJiiiont to ,1 mniilionil aufTru'n bill, and wo regard their present .n tempt to shirk tho re spnnalbltlly in ilils faafilou us being in Itself aji uniilendly act. Questions and Intcrrupiiims nt .meetings nro n well reogiilz. il symptom of political discontent. Mieli " nittthoda re v surted ito even by anon, who posses 'he constitutional weapon of tho vote. To unreprew mod women those meth ods aroyiHcntlnl fur tho pursuit of their iir3klc.il campaign." The splr' of the mllltunts Is lllus trateil by th'ie relOrte -made by them In tho Bow htreet police court when they were lined art! tmiirlsonodt "Unfortunately 1 'rtltl not break tho .windows; I um only nn nmdjetir." "I have been cnllud outif my home to ring the danger bell vf. IOttglund." A box of nkc Ilowgra,mnko -t most aceptable v.ilentlrie., v ' Ijlakos have a large nesortnient. ' 2-C-tf Km " . TttlkFyBBc . - " STREET CAR ROUS y 01 GRADE McKcosport, Pa , Feb. C A fright ful accident on the Diiona Vista di vision of tho West It'enn street, rail way lino occurred aboii't 0:45 this morning. Five are dead and nenrlv 25 wero Injured. Tho neeond enr out on tho line' ran away on tho steep grade near tho Voughlogheny Coun try club house, about six miles nboe here. Tho car Jumped tho track and ran over nn embankment, crushed Into a treo and was broken In piece. Four of .tho dead woro taken from under tho car. Tho injured wero itnken to the home of John Komlne, where doctors were called. Six were brought hore nt 9 a. in., and taken to the hoxpttnl. The deftdt I.tiko Donnelly. . William McLean. Charles Smith. Two unldentlflod man nil of Greenoek, Pn. I.envln their home nt 0:30 this morning a enr loaded with minors left tho Greenock station of the Wost penn Traction line for their wonk In the Prow Kno, a mines near Iloston, about lx miles above the city. Tho ralli were frosty nnd sltppery, when going down a steep hill near the Youghlogheny Country Club grounds, the motnrman, Charles Hunklo lost control. Few in tin enr knew It Wiis runnln wild until t Jumped the track on a heart) curve. The car went over an eimmnkmont and went over sovornl times. At this point the hill drops steep r.nd after rolling about 100 foot the onr srivk a reo., .Iny of 'the thirty or more imseengern wero cnughl under Uie car and crushed to death. Home Jumped out of tbe "r ontrnneen after it hnd turned cowplbtely over. (Tho scene of Uio accident Is a mile from a telnphonb and three miles from tho dearest town or doctor'. -Fof nn hour' tho den'd -nnd Injured almost froze to death before aid arrived. Among the dead nro I.uko nnd Charlos Donnelly, nged seventeen and nlnteen years,, youncr miners who nro the only support or n widowed moth er. All tho dead live at the llttlo town of Greenock and are Amorlcnns. At the MioICecrport hnrpltal tbls morn ing William Mohlmati had n leg nm putntod. The other fourtoen Injurod will recover. llliimi'cl it Good Worker, "I blamed my heart for sevoro dis tress In my left sldo for two years," writes W, Kvnns, Danville, Vt "but 1 know ilnW It was Indigestion, ns Dr. King's Xew'l.lfe Pllle uofifpletely'dured' mr." Ilest Tor stomuoh, llvhr'und Klilney troubles, constipation, hend- nehe or debility. UBo at Tsohanort Bros. , i ii TiMlec To ,l$e unieil. Wi'ilnivsilny. 'WnshliiKtnn, 1', ,C. .Presldont Taft said ho would ntfmhi'nte a su premo court JiiHtleo nhd 'fiuveral other federal bunt'h 'iippoluleeM next Wednewlny nftor n ounferoneo today with his cabinet. It In believed 'that William C. Hhokiiwiil bo nominated to succeed Uu; lute Undue illartiui on the supremo ofiurt bunch, OtJier feijoxnl judlelnry vnoantilos nro In Jl Uni'ls, Hiiutlmni Mow York, ontrn WiBeonsIn, wejit. Wijaliington, ilim tana and Arlxonn. 'lie Won't I.lmp w. o more llmphit; for Tom Moore or Ooehrnn, On. "I had n had nore on my Instep 'that nothing soomod to help till I used Ilueklen'a Arnk-a Salvo," ho writes, "but this wnndorful healer soon cured mo." Ilenls old, running sores, ulvors, 1k)1s, burns, cults, bruisos, ocKci.na or pi lea Try It. Only SC cents nt Tschaneu llros. SlianU Announces Oindldac.v. Indliinunrdla. Tnd . .Ifh. (I Mnvnr Sliank, of this olty, famed for hla op position to ho high cost cif llvlnfr, nnnouneud that ho Is a candidate for the Hepubllcou uninluqtlnn 'for gov ernor of Indiana. Ills cftiof jilatrurm declaration Is a nromluo thoroughly to InvcHtlttato UIbIi food prleo1!. SKU Tito Kind You Havo Always u ii.iu ivi: over ou t.ira. iiim &CZ& r, ",v: ... -m, illiow AW iliiBsiresi ry S2 -S&'?-tsL -uz7y. &&. All Counterfeits, Imltatlous ami " Tust-us-rood " nro but ISxpurlitiuuta tliat triflo with and cmlanyer tho health o Iulauts nnd Children Exnorlcnco nguluot Hxpcrliuent, What is CASTORIA Caslorla is n harmless suhetltuto for Castor Oil. Pnro gorjc, Drops and Sootldng SympH. It is pleasant Ifc contalna neither Opium, -Morphine nor otlier Narcotlo BuhHtnnco. Tin afro is its guarantee. It destroys Wohiih nnd allays Fcvorlshnoss. For mote than thirty years lb lias hcen in constant use for tho relief of CoiiHtinntrmi Flatulency, Wnd Colic, all Teething Twffianii Dlarrhasa. It l-CRttlatcs tho Stomach nnd Bowels asHlmilates tho Pood, glvinf healthy id nSturol alwS' Tho Children's lmwcoa-Tlio Mother's irleud l ' GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY vrtj Bears the The Kind You Have Always Bought In Us For Over 30 Years i JZLinirr"?.' t ROLLER RINK Thcro will bo n race between Marion, Gnllon and Mansfield on Titcsday nlglit at I) o'clock, A hand.Monio prlr.o (o tho win ner. A rcHiilar sknto before incpa nml after. Open Tlmrsdny nflcrnoon nnd uvcnliig nml Sat unlay af ternoon nml evening. LUCAS & SON !-4":A":'.:..4-. R LETiG John H. Clark of Marion is One'of the Dry Speakers. Vote on Prohibition De manded by tho Dry Forces. Columbus, Fob. C. Ileal considera tion of tho various license proposals beforo the constitutional convention will begin this morning. The last public hearing to tho Joy of mem bers of tho lhitior traffic committee wns held yesterday afternoon to crowded gajlerlos In the senate chnm ter. ' The coinmlttoo then decided to get down to work. Only one speaker appeared for tho liconse advocates. Judge George lleia of Sandusky, nnd ha confeesod him feir unable to "smoke out" Wayne II. Wheeler or tho Anti-Saloon league, "lie reruscd to bo smoked dutr," said Judgo Pels after tho .hearing, "I tried my best to gat him to say what ho would ndvoeato In the license clause Which Is to bo submitted, 'but it wns in vain," Miss Prances Ensign of Madluon cnunity nnd Mrri, (FJoronco Ittchards ef Putnam county, presldont and vice president, respectively, of the Ohio Woman's Christian rPemperanco union spoke for submission of a stato-wlde prohibition clause, frno other lry speakers contented themselves with general denunciation of uho saloon business. Mrs. ItlehnrJs assorted that tho snloon must bo banished If thu country Is to bo saved. Wnnt to Sell More. Editor Stout of tho Urlohsvillo Chronicle declared there had been uiiiro lnwlesHnom In ithe short time slnco Tuscarawas county went wet than there hnd ljpon In three, ytrtrp or if Pi' regime. ' Ilo said rrfrmer speak- nsj pro(irlttorH woro not running sn loons Attorney Joiin t-'iari or .Marion Id" the only reason tho wets want idon'sc Is to HiJll jnoro lliitinr. He itoprecatcd ftho notion of -making h.i loo'ns respectnblo ttml deeiared tho HtAti) 'nltv-wys ?111 llilvb hlBjh-c-lasB sn Idons' and dives. Tho former, ha snld nro yiowVirst, slneo thuy nrt tho pinres wuoro uruiiKurus nro xruuu- j 11 tod. Thu illvoe, ho nddexl, uro for ' those, taking a post-graduate course, ' mtlmn 41,.. 1, lt.1,rliiad anlnniiti .vlll I,,,, tnTcrate their presence, lie njaerted that iirohlbition. will regulate If It doe's' not prrihlhli. ' 'M'r. Wheeler refused' to accept iTutlge Pels' ohNlIunge to omtllue Just wltfet he wnnlM, but ho doelarcJ II eeuso Isn't the beat policy. Ho said the KlnK proposal menni unrestrict ed license. "Why not put tho re striction In tho clause?" he asked. "(una you see this Is a scheme of tho liquor Interests to get In and re pent their long opposition in tho gen eral assembly to real regulation?" Ho asked If It wouldn't be ndvlsablu to i,aie out thu present nn-llcense clniiso and Jonvo tho gonorni nssom bly froo to license or not as It saw lit. Chnllcugu Wheeler. Mr. Whoelor's repented assertions that the King proposal would guard speakeasies In dry territory led Judge Pels :o challciiKo his fiuilt-llndlng In the absence of a substltu.o proposal for FSefcBuer's Bought, nntl wlilch lins liccn jkih iiornn tiio nirim ni ,.e nas uocn nititto under jus pcr- -i " " ",' r , "w:vu "."lt. III OHO IO UOCtilVfl VOll III llila. r z Signature of ru""T OTRttT. new vobk city. v ' M t I I ! LIQUO XCAU 4 WMgca IIS M THEATER 10c Matinees lOo Mon., Tues., Wed. LaVine & Inman in Snlly'H Visit Earl & Leo PrcM'titliiR Sherry's at Six T)lr,w,1 Sir nlnvrl-nvi j , xjiuiiu xt viu,y iuii Singers I .T T? TUfavinn Comedian , Tho Suniscope Take tin- Chlldicn to tho Dally MtttlllL'CH. I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I I I 1 1 I I J 1 II I . I ; The ROYAL Latest Photo Plays, i Cozy and Warm r Come and Bring the J Family. Matinee Every Day 5c The Columbia IJoth Stricken nt Snmo Time. Zam-svllle, O., I-Vb. C. Standing In tho samo room not moro than flvo feet ajmrt, Mr. and Mrs. pipgoy, soventv-two nnd slxty-u,vo voars old respectively oro stricken. vili narn lysls nt thcr sarto time. ' Both aVo In 'U tpreenrlotis iejiiUlnii. '' Railroad Time Tables llbcklng iVn'lIdy.rt Xfco'l North 7:38. a.b rrt.'!'f lOJOS'dVm.; 4:0C. p. m.j xGtl0i.p..'nu llflfixp m. South G:CG a. m.; 7t20 a'."trisJ"l:lB .p. m.; 7:20 j. m.; 10:30 a.,m;u.f Diilly oxcopt Sunday. xltuns to Murion only,' .,, ' unci '"'"' 'nT Southwest 10:'27(a.' m.Y1 B Jft'Wra.: ?Snal-2B:38 ft." m.V lsVfS 'r,; ll:CG p. w.; G:G7 r? m.,ft " i'j . -i m ' i-n r Chicago .ttiKrlo. lim West 10:25 a. mtt:12:0Gntii&an.; 7MG' a. m.,xG:10-p-m.jr,n Mb It Kast G:38 a. m.; x0:GG is,niJn.; G:10 p. m.; 5:57 p. m. Dally exeopt Sunday. xRun to Marlon only. xltuns to Ohio City only. 1'ciinsylvnnin. Northbound 7:30 a. m.; 12:25 0, m.; 0:52 p. m. x7M2 a. m.; x8:10 a. m.: x8:33 p. m. Southbound 710:13 a. m.; 'SiSG'p. m.; 7:52 p. m.; x8:03 p. m.; x8:t0 p. m. Dally except Sunday. t v xSunday .only. TDally. ' IHg Four. " Eastbound 8:00 a. m.; 9:20 n.m.; 12:32 p. m,; 7:33 p. m.; 10:t5 p. m.; 5:37 p. m. Westbound 5M2 a. m.j 9:55.a.m.; 10:25 a. m.; 1:55 p. m.; 7:13 "p.m.; 3:10 p. m. .-.rtiJ Dally except Sunday, , ,',-;.,, 0 I). & JI. Klect'rlc." ' Depart Bouthbound 0, 7,' 8, 9'. 6hd 11 a. m., 12 m., 1, t, 4,"5,i 0, 7, 9 and 11 p. m. i ,- -. . Arrlvo northbound x5:55 n, m.; 1:50, 2:65, 4:55, 5:50, 0:55, 8:55 and 10:55 p. m. ' does to Delaware only. xFrom Stratford only. Hourly sorvlco Sundays and holi days. ' 0 51. & 11.. Electric. Northbound Cars leavo Marlon for Cucyrus at C, 8, 10 a, m.j 12:15, 2, 4, 0, 8 and 10 p. m. Southbound Cars leave Bucyrus tor Marlon at 7:05, 9:25 and 11:25 a. m and 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:10; 9:05 and 11:05 p. m. tnns Hocking Valley ii xzib Convenient Way BEfTWEKN l Toledo Columbu Pemberville Lancaster Fostoiia Atheni Carey Wellston. Up. Sanduaky Jackson Marion Gallipoli Prospect Middleport Delaware omroy OonsulK Hocking Valley ckM Marlon U ID. NobergaH, A'4 If. T. R'sr AgenU Tof lHfoswtlo, i A y 9 'i. sm 1 T - -A w .- .t. M .JIW. JfyfrtifiJ ! n.M iwniirtininmtM mm.tmiwim moni i ni ii i- nSM ""WW" ""IT H