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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1912.
PAGI-E SEVEN h rVv mj". L r VUnt WILL m akk his 192nd Visit to Marion MONDAY, FEB. 19 HOTEL KUMFORT formerly Majestto Hotel, CC HIM! SCr. 1119 PATIENTS! THEN IF YOU AUC NOT SATIS riED DO NOT TAKE TREATMENT L. F. VOKE, PH. G., M. D. Graduate, Ohio Stale University, hurling Merf. IcalCelleee, American College MUptometry. Eight years of College and University training. Nearly twenty yean enperlenie In the treatment of CHRUNIC DISKASKSofMtN AND WUMEN. PRACTICE LIMITED To Chronic affections of the Lungs, Head, Note, Throat, Usrs. Uronclilol Tubes Catarrh, Con lumption (early stages,, Bronchitis, Asthma, Etc, Stomach, Liver, Dowel, ul Indigestion, Dys pepsia; Ulltlousneis, ConMipaton, Diarrhoea, Uloott, rlmrt, Skin at Uhtumatlim, Kciema, Prmplev, lilood Poliuu, Scrofula, Had tllood. Etc. Narva, Spine, Uralo as Kpilepiy, Flu, Neural fla, INid.cne, Sleeplessness, Dirtiness, Nervous ihautilort. Despondency, Loss ot Memory, Klc, KldrHys,Uladdtr, Prostate as I)(abetes,llrlght's Disease. Inflamniatlon of Kidneys . ml Uladder, Klc lllct Heetnl llsentes and Varicocele treated wlthoutiuee 6f kci'.le of detention from business. No mutter what tltt disease, II It Is chronic, obcut4 or difficult, you are Invited to call ur wrltemrardlnglt. FFlEEaEYE EXAMINATION VOur tight li Ida precious to be trilled with De fective, liler li often cafsstd by diteaie. Classes fitted and furnished. HOME TREATMENT FOR WOMEN The remarkable success of Dr. Volte's Home Treatment for Women ll attested to by hundreds ol latltfied patients, It saves many suffering women from dangerous operations. Astonishing Results. Many cases pronounced hopeless have yielded read ily. Women tulTerlng from any disease or weak Dcss peculiar to their sex are Invited tocall or write. W) C" K Dr. Voke wants a private, heart-to-III Civ heart talk or correspondence with every nan who Is weak, nervous, broken down, discour aged, or suffering from any dlseasa caused ty Ignor ance, etcesses.contailon, Incompetent treatment or neglect. Success or failure In life depends on your physical and menfilT condition. Do not put off a matter of such vital Importance Do something1 now. Write todty II you cannot call. Everything confidential. CJaotultstjoa and advice free, WHY CONSULT DR. VOKE? II hti mado regular visits to this community for nearly fifteen years and has established a perma nent practice and reputation. tils practice) Is tlmiteJ to Chronic Diseases, and he has spent practically all hit life in the study and sreatmeoxof them. Mil Specialty t To rWlse and furnish at a tow cott successful course of home treatment for those whohav.tfijnta;or money to spend at expensive; hospitals and sanitariums. He 1st In the prim of life (forty-three) and at his verytbest for gdddVvork ' s ' Ills practice) Consists mainly of rare and dlffl cult cases t)avnc failed to secure satisfaction else where. . At letctt three-fourths of hit patients are tent to him by former patrons. II lie thinks he cannot benefit you be will say so. Dr. Yoke's best references are hit many friends and patients, the setult of fifteen years practice la thlt community. REMEMBER That Dr. Voke Invites (earthing Investigation of his work and methods of treatment. And that he charges absolutely nothing for consultation and examination Your case will receive his best at tention. Everything confidential. Ills charges are so fair and reasonable that the poorest working man or woman need not hesitate to applv for treatment. Writ (or Free llonVlet, 'Practical Suggestions On Mow to Keep Well," ADDBr Alt COMMUNICATIONS TO L. F. VOKE, M. D. Q7B SrVCBT SIXTH AVE. COLUMBUO. OHIO Pupllo Honey Appropriated, Washington, Fdb. 15. That Ex Ilopresentatlvo Taylor, or Ohio, ut tered an "nbsoluto anil tlollberato ffllseliobd," when ho said that Presi dent Taft had ordorod an appropria tion of $10,000. for a road to thn Chcvoy Chnso Golf oluib, which ho could use, was asserted today, by Senator, liurton, liopufrllcan, Ohio, In a lo'tter lo Elinor S. LAndls, of Woos t!or; Ohio. Tho letter was written In rinftwer to ono from Lnndls. Burton said that Taft had nothing to do with tho construction of tho road, which was constructed as a test by district authorities. What T. ( fujs. Washington, Fob. 10, Tito Inler ntato Commerro commission, today, hold that rcnllrnnilH may bo reiiulred to carry certain classes of fi eight at, n loss, If economic Conditions would l)o Injured by allowing a proilt. Tho decision In connection with an ordor refusing to pormlt railroads tfl Increase rates on small packages, through tho railroads provod that tho nroscnt rates gavo them no profit. Moved to old "Kirbv R find 10 cent Btoro" room Beotty & Long's cut price shoe store Drop In. Tho Bubbly Creek Boomerang, print ed In Chicago on n postal card, Is saM to bo tho smallest nowspapor In tho world. ICDAS. TURNER & CO. 1 iz -t","ih' '; r -r - i ' Specials For X (Saturday at Turners X (French jsikiivd. oiuiiiiocr, J, iltcad ryctturx-. ltliubnrli, Spin. 4 aoli, Jllpo Trti'tatoeH, Green x I'cpncrH, crtsp uvivry, titiiiiiii itert ItntllulH, Ortjeu Onions. T Tflcphono 81, ur bortlco mitl X j;oo(l8 will jilcnso otl. I CHAS. TURNER & CO. 'lX)W PJtTOiSb OhOOEltS 201-203 E. Ccn(er St. ii,t.,t,it . . . t. "Iti I 4 II NEWS NOTES SWEPT UP From all Quarters and Run Through the Mill Items of Interest and Importance. Washington, (Feb. IB. With but slight opposition from Progressives, tho senate, In oxecutlvo session this nfternoom comflrmcd tho nomination of Myron T. Jlerrlck, former gover nor of Ohio, to bo United States am bassador to France. Herrlek was opposOJtl by Progres sives bocnuao of remarks attributed to him derogatory to Senator La Toi lette, but when ho denied that they were aimed tit tho Wisconsin states tnan, It WuM decided nut to fight Jils coriflrmatlon. A few Progressives sought to hold up tho conflrmutlcn this afternoon, but tho voto In fa vor of tho Ohloan was so overwhelm ing that they abandoned any oppo sition. Jlcponeil Meeting. Washington, Fob. 15. Hitching an oniclul roport In tho matter, naval ofllclnls here, today, wcro Inclined to doubt tho rumor of a wjl'esprcad mutiny on -"board tho battleship Ver mont now at aunntnttatno, Cuba, be cause of opposition of tho inun to nntl-typhtiM vaccination. , Keynote .Speech. London, Feb. 15. In a speech Rounding tho koynoto of tho labor house of commons, today, moved an nrrfendrnenl to tho address from tho tlirono and expressed Tegret Hint tho Mntf had -not rocommfcned tiny of tlto measures prominently urgeel by thn 'Laborltes. iMaoDonnM said that he greatly de plored, tho king's failure to (support tho legislation for a minimum wago regulation; tho nationalization of railroads and other measures. Industrial Coilo TrojIMoii, Ooumbns, O., Fob. 15. 'A separate artlelo of tho cbhsUtliflon providing nn Industrial codo for labor is now under consideration -by (ho labor commlttco of tho cotmltutlonal con vention. Two suh-coanmlttees, today, re ported favorably dn a workman's compensation provision and regula tion of hours of service and minimum wago rote. Tho compensation provision agreed upon by tho committee says that tho goneral Assembly may .pass laws establishing a funUl to be created and maintained by tho tato and may pro vide for contributions thereto toy employers for tho" purposo of main talritng employes or tholr donondenU by reason -of death, Injuries br oc cupational diseases occasioned Irt thd courso of employment. If tho em Ployors fall to contrlbtlto to the fund It would hav to be maintained by tho state, according1 to tho commit tee report. Thlt proposal Is to Mfe Kuurd thii- present 4ompeniat1ort laws anil mako U lmp6wtble ror'ii leglsln tur3 ito repeal It . Itcgulatlon of Wally houra of sor vied nnd a wage AVar Is also put up to tho gen oral assembly. Campaigning for Taft, . Washington, Fob. 15. Tho first of a series of campaign tours to bo mado by cabinet membors In tho In terest of a Taft second term, wan be gun hero tills afternoon when Attor ney General W'lckersham left on a Jaunt through tho Mlddlo West. Tomorrow night at St. (Louis "ho will reply to tho charges that tho ad ministration's trust policy lias Inter forod with business. Saturday ho Will dlsctiBs "National Stability" be foro tho St. Louis City club. Monday night ho wilt speak at iMUwaukoo and U 1b understood will reply to Progressive critics of tho administra tion. ItallaiiH Deny Chartre. Columbus, O,, Feb. 15. iPletro Tomosollo and Venconzo Pelato, Italian convicts serving thrco and llvo years, rospcctlvely, In itho ipenl tontlary for robbery, today denied to Warden Jones that they had been Implicated In tho mysterious murder of W, L. Itlco, millionaire, Cloveland lawyer, August 5, 1910. Both said that they had mado no statements about tho .crime. Following tho vlflt of F. N. Dlamla, head or tho Cloveland Plnkerton detootlvo agency to tho penitentiary, It wat reported that DImulo Iliad statod that ho had secured a confes sion which 'would clear up tho mys tery, Troopt'rs Killed. Mexico City, iFeb. 15. Thirty seven fedornl troopers wcro killed and a scoro injured, today, when a troop train running from Tiloxlco City to tho relief of iiolnts south of tho capital, besieged 'by tho rebels, crashed through tho Ixtla bridge, in tho etato of Qucrrcfo, whloh was dynomlted by Zapatistas. Tho rebels had placed charges of dynanvlto un der tho Ixtla and Naranjo bridged. Both woro wrecked und tho troop train plunged Into itho Amaousa river when it ran Into tho Ixtla 'bridge, ilteports irecolvd here, today, stato that tho Vasfiulstas Jiavo completely surrounded tho town of Torreon. Tho situation there Is most critical. Four hundred Amorlcan trefugeos left 'tho city on a special train yesterday, but no Teport 1ih been received from the train thin morning and so far as tho authorities nra able to tell, It la lost. Tho rebola havo itaken chargo of tho railroad and tho city 06, Toroon la belloved doomed unless 3onoral Trp vlno, who 1 now at tho head of 1,500 federals and lieaded for tho city, is ablo to bring rollof. Aimed at Corrupt Judges. Columbus, O,,' Fob. 15 The Ju diciary of tho constitutional conven tion today agreed by general consent to draft a proposal for thfe rcmova"l of Incompetent, dishonest and In ebriate Judges. "If wo do not do something to re form our JuMlclary wo will have tho recall within a fow years," ald Dolo ljato Fapklor, of Cuyahoga county. "That's right," coincided Judgo. Corns Go mm Va cattllfinaAmk.rttU lousen or wtri. No moro fctn.lora. U'l more razors, no inure blood poieon GETS-IT Ytia tfnk,.nU.l m-a I- lis harmless at water, but ns sura as fate it cures wont Corns rlrrht uff.wlth- 04t noln. ciltt in or tncon- SVenlcni'o. AUdruitKtstt JJo. ) I. LAWRENOC S CIOMPANY UIIIQAUPtlkl.. Dpnnla Dwyer, elghtv-two, ot Mont gomery county, tho oldest delegate Ih the' constitutional cohentlon, nnd wlio was a Judgo for twenty-four years. "I cttn clto the cases of a number of Judges who served on the bench when they wcro in nn intoxi cated condition," added Dwyer. TliO commltteo favors having con tempt cases tried by a Jury when the nllepcd contempt 'it not committed In tho pretence of tho court. Marched On In Perfect Order. Boehestcr, N. Y., 'Feb. 15. AVhllo the bulldlnjr wnt blazing 900' pupils In pirbllc Kchool No. 3, retponded to tho Jlro drill signal today an! marched out In nerfect order. Tho structurp, waa completely de-jtroyod. Pollllcal Blttcrnct. ntrnnhlnirlmi in,ili 1 Z .iTll 1 1 nr nnaa irurMii.n.v"! -" - ...v. . between La Polletto and Hoosevclt i enmps Jioro became apparent, today, with tho disclosures that the la Fol letto bureau had Issued at a prcfaco to ono of tho senator's statements that 'ho would not retire, tho an nouncement that this would set al rest, '.'(5tat.opicnt9 of hi? ono-llmu sup porters." Politicians 'hero regarded thlt statement as a direct slap nt Boose Volt and former La Folletto hooiteis Who havo Jumped on tho T. It. b.ind wagon. At (Im. Follettn's hoadiiur tcrs no pretense wnt made of the dlsaitlsrnctlon over lott of workers to Booscvelt. lieelnred n lUtlilend. TCew York. Fob. is; Tho Standard Oil company of (Now Jersey (tho par ent company) today ticcinreu a tivi dend of llvo dollarn a shari ipayablii March 15 to stockholders ot record February 19, aiirnltlit'd MMeatlhiK Information. Washington, Feb. 15. Tho chargo that Adjutant Oeneral Alnsworth. had furnished "misleading Informa tion" to tho houso military affairs commltteo upon iwhlch that body framed tho army appropriation bill and that this was tho cause of Secre tary Stlmson'a order suspending Alnsworth, was mado to tho house this afternoon by Bepresontatlva Hobion, Democrat, Alabama. Tho former nttval officer 'bitterly ar raigned his Democratic colleague for "attempting to legislate a reorganiza tion of tho army Upon Almtworth's Information." AlpfeWorth's suspension created a sehsdtton In tho wat1 department. Al- tliniio-h hvArv nnit ponnoctcd With the .Uncil'imniK luiil Vnnir known of tho Alrftworth-Wdoil feud, It was not thought Jthot there'hvouldMbc an.-opMi break rtt this time, lAlrSnwnrth'M Tettera obldcted Btron- uously to hlH department being placuft tndr .Wood, Secretary StlinU son, feollng that ly was- too closejy connccteu wun liiiv vuiu i,u u "" '" Judgo f Its merits Impartially, car ried 'tho matter to Prcrldont Taft, Who, after an Investigation, dlrectc'J Mint Atnatvnrtli lie TnUeVed. Whllo still nt liberty, tho accused officer Is technically unuor arrest. Nolthcr Stlmson nor Wood nor Alns worth would discuss tho matter. Ainutvnrrh. linwnver. Intimated that Itho charges wero not of such a na- tttro as to warrant his "coming pun ishment" and ho said that ho would light to tho limit. In tho correspondonco mado pub lic, this afternoon It appeared tho issue upon which tho suspension la based aro$o whenl tfjtlmson nskcl Alnsworth for lilt opinion on tho proposition to abolish tho present muster .roll of tho army. Alnsworth replied In a number of caustic lettors rellectlng on tho Intelligence of the seciotary and the chief of stnff. In regard to this tho secretary WTOto that Alnsworth's action "must bo deemed dellbernte," and waa but tho culmination of a series of out breaks evidencing such Intoleraneo of subordination and Such readiness tn Ininuen either tho motives or tho Intelligence of those- with whom It Ih your duty to work In association ns, it uncorrected, to destroy your usefulness In your present ofilco," " A Blacklist. Washington, Feb, d5. A "black list" of suveral thousand employe of tho Htocl Industry, (purporting to havo been circulated among subsidiaries of tho steel trust, was presented to the Stanley steel committee, today, by II II. Eagle, city editor ot tho Pitts burgh Leader, Tho list wna a hugo roll of manu scripts with th.o employes' name, dates of leaving anlJi cau30. I3alo said Jio secured It from a man who represented himself as Thomas LMor gan, ft labor loader for tho Carneglo steel trust, eighteen, months ago. Morgan, ho said, told him that tho "blacklist" wan kept in tho ofllccs pt tho various subsidiaries, Motjgan tltt ISoffl-0 tnnt eac, su" perlntendent of a subsidiary company kept copy of tho list. Tho list ex tender) from 1898 to W03, Tho stool corporation was organized in 1902. Attorney Boed, for tho corporation volunteorcii that Thomas .Morgan .had boon employed In tho offices of as slslant to tho president of tho Oar nqgle company prior to 1905. 'IDId Morgan toll you tha't Jio hurt stolen tho book?" asked Stanley. "i understood ' so," said! Ragle, The witness ald that Alexander P. Moore, owner of tho Leader, was a, party to tho original negotiations with Morgan. Tho lattor, ho 8aI'l fdrnlsh a, list Of mon then in Pitts- .....u-i. ...l.n .iriiti 1,1 nntifli.m llin ltftt "11ISI, IVHU I"""" VW..M.. w - story. i ... Clotclantl IHiUtltu Cleveland, Feb. IC iMayor Baker's failurq to stato his iposltlon on tho 'camllcWy of dovernor "llarmon for ipxcsldent, In ft formal statement Is- iled Into yeslerMay, In wh'lcJi iho Wftjiped the- gbvernor n tho wrist for his ontl-lultlatlvo and referendum speech, was the signal for a vltlt to day from Congressman Qoecke, of Wapakoneta, Harmon lieutenant to urgo tho local organization bo lined up for Harmon. Qoorke told( Baker, Burr Q&ngwer and W J. Murphy that the organiza tion would "bo committlnir sulcido by turning ftgainft Hnrmon." "T'hey opght 'to bo for him," doeeko declared afterward "They can't affotll' to turn against him " iBaker declined to dlscii the con ference. Opccko made It no secret that ho had urged tin lot al organi sation to climb on tho Harmon 'band ivogon while thp. climbing is good.' Cloeckols T.foposltlon, together with that of Kii II. Moore, Harmon emissary, Wilt Agitput up to organiza tion Ward leader at n meeting to night. Conpplfat'y Indli imcni. In tho fedortftj conspiracy lnd- mont, tho contehlj of which wero mollo publc by" tho federal officials thin afternoon, Ortlo B MfMnnlgal and James B, 'McNamara ore charged with carrying explosives from one stnto to another in lolntlon of the law on forty-eoven different occa sions. Tho government chorees that t!' fifty-four men named In tho Indict ment had guilty .knowledge ot this illegal transportation. Uneh trip al leged to havo been taken bv fMo.Mau Igitl ntvd MoNamara Is set fonth In tile Indictment. Whllo tho federal officials decline to comment on tho matter, It Is re ported that overtures have iioen mas by some of the Indicted men In which thoy ogreo to con few if thoy nro promised nlomoncy or light sen tences. Komo of those proposals are sold to HaVo been miidn bufofo tho Indictments wero voted by Individ uals vho thought It 'prnbablo that they would bo Implicated by tho gov ernment. 'In caso any new evidence It un earthed as n result of tlio arrests that tenilt to show more men to hu Implicate!.), it wjis announced thlt aft ernoon that a second Investigation would bo conducted. Defense) elf Steel Trust, Washington, Feb. lli - A further defense of tho steel trust's treatment of employes was- made to tho iStan ley steel committee, today, by Per clval Boberts, Jr., director of tho "trust." BobortH produced photo graphs of steel workers to disprove Loult D, Brandels' charge that work in tho steel mills makes "old men ut forty." Ono 'photograph showed a group of employes of tho Pennsyl vania Coal & Iron works of nn nv erago ago of llfty-elght years with tho average length of service of thlr-ty-ono years. The steel trust representative enu merated freo 'hospitals, gymnasiums anU swimming pools, among tho bone- fits conferred by the corporation. He donled that the 'welfare plan was n siMiomo to enable tho corporation to hold its mepln a "variety of slavery." iChlldrenN playground, visiting nurses and the teaching of nursing In workmen's homes, 'Wero also men tioned by BoT)erts 'its a few of tin corporation's plans- to benollt cm pIoyej. 'He declarod that a million dollars hail been j paid to Injured men anil their families In 1910. The aeeoptancc of tho company's auto HuaTlc compensation Plan Is optional, ho said, and It doojnntpreeiuro tho emplbyes to contribute 3no cent. i Tho Queen ot Bu'gulla hns a medical degree. A Harry Corliss Rendered Un conscious by the Use of tho Drug as the Flam es Crept Upon Him. PotUland. Me.. Feb. 1C 'Pinned under tons eif wreckage and with hlJ legs and ono of his arms slowly cooking whllo tho lire wns creoplng closer and closer to Ills body, Horry Corliss, a trainman on tho Grand Trunk railway, was chloroformed Into 'blissful uucotirA.'lousncs.t by a country doctor at Yarmouth Thursday Fifteen minutes later his 'body was a charred mass, Corliss and two othor trainmen nict their deuths In a licuil-on freight wreck on tho main lino of tho Or.m'J Trunk. Tho trains, running at more than thirty miles nn. hour, crashed head-on Just outride of Yarmouth. Both engines and nearly -ull of tho cars piled iln a tangled moss acro the right of way. Tho othor two men wcro Instantly killed, but Corliss was ultvo and conscious whan yard ihnnds nnrt citizens who had heard tho crash, reached tho scene, By that tlmo tho wrockago was ablaze, Frantic efforts woro mode to ro leaso Corliss but ho wna caught unUer wreckaso which could not bo moved. Thon men worked until their own olothlng was aliro but could do ncUi Ing anil wheat tho llro reaohod Iho doomed man ho begged plteously to bo put out of his misery. In tho crowd .was a country doctor who had brought his medlclpo caso with him. Ho soaked cotton an'J chloroXormod tho man who It Is 'be lieved would hhvo dlod of ilils Injuries even If ho could havo boon extricated. Tho wreck was caused by a mlsuu dorstandlng of ordors. now'a Tills? We offer One Hundred Dollars Be ward for any caso of "Catarrh that cannot be cured by, Hall'sm Catarrh Cure. P. J, Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have knwn Tf. .T rinnnv rnr thn last 15 years, and beJIeve him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially ablo to carrv out any obligations made bv hie Arm. . ,. , Wholesalo Druggists. Toledo", O, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally, actlntr directly upon the hlnnrl nnrl mlinnim mirfacen Of rllA syatem. . Testimonials free. Price 76o per bottlo. Sold bv all druggists. .Take Hall' Ifarnllv Pilla for con-tlpatloa. CHLOROFORMED UNDER 1 I"""" HELP WANTED FOR SALE People's WANT 1 o I K I Column 1 Z ILOIT oi FOUND WANTED Family washings to do Inepilro at 824 Wilson Ave. 2-14-3tpd WANTED Will pay ca.sh for Oon- oral stocks, clothing, shoett. II. Johnson, I'nnn, Illinois. 2-14-Clp WANTED To buy milk of farmer or IJttlryman, delivered dally to gro cery store. Address W. II, care Ilrror 2-13-3tp Glasse Fitted. J S. LUNQEB, M. D., fits glasses, re moves aeienoius, treats tlio Ulscasea of the eye, ear, noso and throat. Offlcu 202 S. Main St., opposite Ma son's templo. Phono 85. C-24-tf For Salo. FOB SALE Incuba tors and brooders, strl'tly high-grade, first-class In ev ery respect, and sell for one-hnlf tho price of other makes. Call and see for yolit selves F. A ffrhroeler, BJMIZED By Vasquistas Commanded by Ponce Brigands Oper ating at Parral and Mak ing Trouble For Them selves. El Paso, Te., Feb. 1,1. Pnlomus, Chihuahua, a port of entry opposite, Columbus, New Mcwlco, has boep seized by Wiseiulstas, according tp C'oJJector of Customs Loojizo Pe,rez, who4 escaped from tho vlatorlous rebels ana .arrived here today. , Tho Vasquistas nro commanded by D. Ponce, who, after seizing tho town, telegraphed Governor CalfiuV-t, ot Texas, as (follows: "In behalf ot tho commanders ot tho ipsurgent army, wo wish to con grutulato you for tho Just attitude you assumed In not permitting Ma dero's troops to cross Texus solt to light us." Ponco has 190 men nt iPalomns, ai.'l he denlos that any of his troopi raided Balloy's ranch on tho Ameri can sldo of tho border, as reported In Washington dispatches, A eerlou.t condition exists near iParral, Chihuahua, where brigands K'fltenlay raided tho homo of James Hamilton, a British subject and ugent for the Torreon smelter. Dispatches asset t 'that (Mrs. Hamilton was as saulted by several brigands and her husband, after being mistreated, was compelled to pay tho bandits 8,000 pesos, Mrs. Hamilton Is a relative of Pruuhlent tMadero, Tho Juarez pooco commlstvloii las rf.turned from Casns Grandes, having been reloasad by Vas(iilHtas who kept tho commis sioners under guard for mote than a week. Major Alvlnn, who headed tho commission, gays rVs mission ut peace 'was a failure. Relieved of His Command For Insulting Letters and Furnishing Misleading Information. Washington, Feb 15, Recall so ot "Insulting letters" written to tho sec retory of war and tho chlof of staff of tho army, Major General 'Fred C. Alnsworth, adjutant goneral of tho army, was today rcllovod of his du ties and hold to await ordors and dis ciplinary measures. This action was taken by Secre tary Stlmson after consultation with ond by direction of President Taft. There has long been friction be tween Alnsworth and tho chief of staff, Goneral Leonard Wood, grow ing out ot tho old army feud botween tho lino nnd staff officers. Bitterness was recontly dovoloped 'In hearings beforo congressional committees, when Alnsworth frealy criticized the plans of tho staff officers, and main tained his right to conduct his bf- flce Independent ot Interference. Stlmson's ordor merely directs Alnsworth's suspension, and directs Colonel H. .P. iMcCaln to assume tho office of adjutant general. Alns worth will remain on duty nt the de partment for tho piesQiit, it was un derstood, Tho correspondonco In the tase was said to show that Alnsworth Im pugned the Judgmont of his superior nfilcers ami ansistou n tho right to cenduci his own doparlmont In his own way, ( aMeM PALOMAS S EN AINSWORTH UNDER ARRESI SITUATIO N WANTED FOR RENT H E R E J STRAYED or STOLEN 2S0 E. Clcorge St , Marlon, O. 2-ll-6t)-tll&8At FOB SALE A number ono good drnf: mitre, 4 years old; well broke. John W. Schwntlcror, Marlon, Ohio, It. F. D. 5. 2-3-2vksp IFOH SALE OB TBADE Stock of man's and boy's clothing, lints and gent's furnlnhlti frocnlt. T J. An derson, Caledonia, Ohio. 2-14-Ctpd FOB SALE flood six-room houso on tho east side ot C'arhart street; the property I.t now nnd all fitted out for gas; also has rooiI well nnd cis tern; ran hq bought cheap and on easy tcrmf. Bain Bros. 2-13-3tp 'FOB SALE The concrete blocks that have material In them to mike them ring like steel, J. L. I'rtci Co., tolephpne 28.4. 10-tt FOB SALE Oood bargains In Ash tabula county farms; also Marlon propesrty for nolo or rent. Sco E, J. Cox, Ileal Estato Agent, over Turner's grocery Phono B-470. FOB SALE Best guaranteed roofing In Marlon county. Inquire of J. L. Price Co. Tel. 284. 10-tf FOB SALE Concreto fence posts; guaranteed; the kind you can staple to; no wood. J. L. Price Co., tele phono 284. io-tf FOB SALE Best grades Portland cement; quality and price guaran teed; also White Bock plaster, the kind that sticks to the wall and docs not crack. J. L. Price Co., Telephone 284. 10-tf FOB SALE Sower pipe, drain tile and all kinds of building material; prices right; let us figure your ma terial for you; can toll you the proper amounts you will, need; In cidentally wo havo tho best grades of ccaL J. Id, Price Co. telephone 284. 10-tf FOB SALE BUI lumber for houso and bains cut to ordor. Uostofflco Owens, O. Phono 4303. William Selter, Sr. 1-27-lmop FOB SALE White pine lath; fine ones. Inqulro before purchasing. Yours truly, J. L. Price Co.; use cedar posts. Telophone 284. lOtf 5,000 PEOPLE Wanted In Marlon to use Sure Shot Bomedy for neu ralgia and rheumatlo trouble. Lab oratory, 316 north State. iFor sale by all druggists. Sure Shot Bcmody Co. 2-12-tf For Rent. FOB BENT (Modern 7-room house, 371 Pearl St. Inqulro 377 S Pros pect St, or phono X-1735. 2-13-Ct Miacqllaneou. AGENTS WANTED Men and ladles, to soil now article, needeil by man, woman, anil uhlld. 100 per cent, proilt. Send for particulars Chns. A. Johnston Co., Dopt. K, 108 Ful ton St., Now York. 2-15-Gtp FABMS Wrlto toduy for my bar gain list ot 100 Ohio farms, Elch tlberger, land puclallsts, Spring field, O. 2-14-lnio NOTICE After Fob. 15. 1912. I am leaving Marlon. Tlioso wishing tho Shackolton Inhalation Treatment for catarrh etc., or supplies call nt No. 1 Sharpless Court, or phone 025. a. L. ll'olloy. 2-5-tf LADY AOENTS New article. Ev ery woman neoJ.t It. Soils on sight Wrlto for agency proposition. Mrs, Llby's Bandago Co., 179 Shelby St., Detroit, Mich. 2-1-lmo FOB AUCTIONEEBING At sales of any and all kinds, at any time, see Carey Hensel, Marlon B. B. 1, or call at this office. 12-7-tf J. WILBUB JACOBY has moved Into new law offices on east Center St., over Nelson's Jewelry store. He will continue to practice In all courts and will give special attention to the settlement of estates. Office phone 69, residence 839. 9-2-tf MOVING, TBANSFEB AND STOR AGE We move, crate, store and do transfer work at any tlmo. Phone 1605, 8. Knoch, 322 Bol-mont. MONEY To loan on Furniture, Horses, Pianos, etc. We loan on an hour's notice. Absolutely private. Re pay in small payments. Investigate. Marion Chattel Loan Co. 106 1-2 S. Main St. jit. SV.SX Announcement mf. St. m For llccorilrr Editor Mirror. Pleao announea that I am a candldato for county re corder, subject to tho will of tho Dem ocratic voters of Marlon cdunty at the coming primary election, WESLEY MlLLEIt. For llccordcr. Editor Mirror: Please announce to tho Democratic voters of Mai-Ion county that I am a candidate fo'r.thd nomination for county, recorder at tho primaries, May 21. , ) WILLIAM J, BEITEB. f i Tor llccordcr. Editor Mirror: Please announce that I am a candidate for tho nomina tion for county recorder, subject to tho will of the Democra'tlo voters at tho coming primary, JOHN J. STAFFORD. For County Commissioner, Editor Mirror: Pieaso announce that I am n candldato for the nojnl nation for county commissioner 'sub ject to tho will of tho Domocratla voters at thco coming primary, ' JOHN HANLBY For Sheriff. EDITOB MIBBOlt Please an nounco in your 'paper that I am a candldato for tho nomination . for sheriff, subject to tho will of tho Democratic voters at tho comingpri mary. George Orlaiis, For Clerk of Court. Mr. Editor: Please announco that I am n candldato for ntmInatlon rfnr dork of courts, subject to tho dpcfilon. ot tho Democratic voters ot Marlon county, at tho coming prlmnr eltie tion. FJtANIC (L. SPICEBV- I)f HccoreleiV j.uuur tmrrur; i-hcua urureiuiivu , -'i that 1 am n candidate! forithe ijfiprf; 'MS erniii" iHiiuiiimiuii mr cminiy ree)jroer at the primaries, May 21. ' -te. ii '-jiiuAaiNs. , si- i-y ' ' fiAjENTs am ItlZHH for pfttcnM. . Fsttntts aecuted gP ihmue.h us advertised without chartre. New list of Inventions needed and posslbla buyers. "Hint to Inventors." "Why aonta Inventor fail." Hook on patents. Bend us ruuKli sketch or model for March of Patent Ollice reconJs and report on patentability. Special agents In Suu cities and towns. Mr. Ctroeley while Actlnf fjommlsloner of Palvntahad full charge ot w.. i-atrnt oilier. eiiiKr.i.K.Y a noiHTitir,, l'atent AtKirnejs. Wuslilriulou, J. v Hero U yor chBc( to Brt Suit or , Overcoat At smell cost. For 'ten Anja we will sell a lino ol Funcy All Wool Salts and Overcoats to bo mado to Toar tneatraru at very Icrtr price. Be oar line at 9141,60. Brc oar line at 921.00. Dec our lino at 91C.0 See oar line at $18.00. A Kood at sraaranteost, J .1 ii BISHOP'S DYE HOUSE Ul W. Onter. Pictures Fra med Artistically Ohls Decorating Co Right Place to, Buy or to Have Your Properties Sold. Farms thnt wo can give you pos session of April 1, 1912. 135 acres, flue buildings; 155 acres, good hulldlngs; 123 acres, splendid buildings; 110 acres, elegant build ings;; 110 ncros, two sets ot build ings.; 43 acres, buildings up to date? 7C acros; superb buildings; 6C 1-2 ncros, medium buildings; 55 acres, buildings now; 117 acres buildings now; 100 acres, modorn house, bal anco fair; 40 ncros, medium build ings; 80 acros, fair buildings; 114 acros, fair buildings, fair on good 5)Iko; 85 acres good buildings; 19t3 ncros, practical home; 120 acres, med ium buildings; 127 acres, fair build' lugs; 80 acres, vory fair buildings, good; '52 ncros, good buildings, thrir inllos of Marlon; 80 acres, splnndtet Inillrtlngs; 200 acres, (his Is flnp; (SO, ncros, medium! buildings; 102 iicren In Pike county to trade for Marlon, home. 178 ncres, splendid dairy farm, many moer farm homes. Wo also liftjj. many city homes, some great hat gains tho placo 111 Ceiurt St., Marlon, Olild,' The J. W. 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