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it i y PAGffi SIX e ii . i ii l'tlnrolnii fio J Princeton. N. J, Apjlj 3. For the ttrst lime since 1884' tlio Princeton varsity crpw -vlll this year rnco nwny ftom:hom6 It became known hero today tljnt a triangular regntta on tho Charles- river With Princeton. Corned rind Harvard competing, has been scheduled for May 23, live dnys after tlio Tiger crow meets Pennsylvania Columbia oh Lnke Carnegie. Tho (Jhtirilfe river meet will be over n curseof one and three-quarter miles. In order to pet Into condition for tho races, the first nnd second varsity Jenms will remnJn here during Knster vacation nd train. Hold Hack by Simih Storm. v Chattanooga, Tentu Alprll 3. Hear ing of a snow storm In Cincinnati, ftlnnnger O'Day derided to remain In life saUlh a little lonigor. Tho Ileds' fcanio today with the Columbus Amer ican association team was cancelled nnd Hank planned to ,bo homo tolny bbt dhuhged bis mind. Tho Hods' .game with tho Unston Americans Fri day .hflH beon called off "because of tho condition of the Cincinnati chlb grou'nds Tigers Arrltttl. Chattanooga, Tenn., April 3. The Tigers arrived horo today for n series ortwd games. It wns announced to day that waivers had been nuked on Pitchers Ralph Works and Kdgnr In- flUe, Inflelder llnumnn nnJ Catcher ensey. xno cwo piicuors may go 10 the Providence club. Tm Wet for Culw. .iLoubwlllo, Ky.. April 3. Tho Cubs routlii'ied to rest In Idleuoss here to day, wet grounds preventing their np-bf-arancc In Terro Haute, Ind., this morning. Hod' Sox Held Up. Hot Springs, Ark., April 3. Jake Stnhl may keep his Ited Sox hero un til Saturday morning, lt'w6s nnnouncod tqidny, uiless thuro Is some break In tho weathar. Up to noon todny thoro V.'fls a record of no rnln for 12 hours. Xniw I.lnti-Up. SWw Orleans, La., April 3 Tho pro bnfblo line-up of the Cleveland Naps for the opening game April 11 Is given Us follows by tho club managers: Gregg, p: Easterly, c; Hohntaorst, lb; Indole, 2b; Turner, 3b; Olson, ss; HfitcKor, rf; Jackson, cf, and Itynn, If. The Tlgors open tho season with the Naps in Cleveland. One wee' will Wind up the Napa' exhibition games In the south. No American CoinmKlonoi New York, April 3. .Much discus sion, Tias aroused horo todny by the announcement from Washington that President Tatt will rl;ipolnt 11a Amer ican cimmtsjloner to tho Olympic gSmoS. There has been n strong move ment among eastern athletes to se cure tho appointment of James E. Sullivan, president of the A. A. V , Mho has headed tho American dele gation to Olvmplc games for years. Colonel Hobert 31. Thompson, presi dent of tho Olympic committee, Is on pectcd to n&sumo tho duties of com ml.'sloncr. . Trap Shouting. ' Now York, April 3. The sovonth annual trap siootlng !lian'tpIonshlpg ilndor the auspices of tho New York Ajhletlc club opened at Travers Island today. ""Mojo than n hundred amnteur ' gunner)' from vnrlous parts of tho JpTi'ntry wero present. The events will c1obi tomorrow. Afl-. thoso present wero Georgo ., JlcCarthy, Charles New-comb, the winner of tho preliminary l8st yoar, nnd Hurry Kaler, tho prosont cham- plph. Profeaslonal gunners will be represented by Oeoro "Durham" a-ypn, Center Oonnan, Nenf Apgar, Harry Stevens arel "Patsy" Skolly, Heady to Talk liuslnchs. . Ohlcaaro, April 3. Even Jack John Son Is becoming kl?tlenl over tho chances of a world's championship fight Ijotween himself and Jim I.Hynn being staged July -I. Tho Champion ieciarei today that ho Is ready to talk ibusluesM with Tom O'Hourke fir nnyorio else who has money to offer. O'Hourko will be taoro Saturday to perfect arrnngoments under his offer of JIC.OOQ to Johnson to fight Pnlzer. Jack Curley failed to show up for con ference with Johnson yesterday uil niter he had waited all day the ne gro's suspicions wero aroused. "I'm not going to wait much longer BLOCKADED Hery HoiihcIioIiI In Marloa Should Know How to Hcblst It. Tho back aches becauso tho kldnoys are blockaded, Holp tho kidneys with their work. The back will ache no more. Lot 8 tit iproof that Doan'a Kldnoy Pills do this. It's the best prooft for It comes from .Marlon. P. Conley, 210 Oeorgo St., East, Morion, Ohio, eaya: "Three years ago I .hod my (lrst experience with Donn's Kldnoy Pills. I was having a great amount of trouble from my back. Sharp twinges darted across oiy lolnd -.Vhen I stopped to pick up anything nnd caused me to suspect that my kldnoys wero ltj bad shnpo. My (brother-in-law who was hero nt thut time, recommended Dean's Kid n uy Pills nnd I started using them. After the Jlrst box, I could seo that they were giving bio relief and I con tinued using them until I lial taken three bpxes. Tho pain entirely disap peared. If thero is anything good for this trouble, It is Doana Kidney PIUS." For sale by all dealers. PjIco GO ttits, FOfltor-Mflburn Co., Buffalo, fiaVf York, solo agents for the Uni ted StftttMT. jiomemtier me name woans ami take no othor. - and let a lot of easy mnnoy slip through my lingers while I'm fiddling around with Curley," ho paid. ltoiimio Argument. , St Louis, Mo., April 3.-rTJie Car dinals and Ilrowns will resume their argument In tho spring series taJny, tho co int now standing one to ope. Uresnnhnn probably will use Steele on tho mound. Wallace will plok one of his left banders. Yule'M leister Trip. New Haven, Conn., April 3. Tho Yalo baseball club left lato today on Its nnmnl Eastor trip. The first gamo Is with Georgetown at "Washington to morrow. On nor Demi. Milwaukee, .Wis, April 3. C. 3. Havenor, owner of the Mllwnukco bosciball club, died here today. CONTEST BETWEEN RIFLE CLUBS Scores s'liow Close Conflict lli'twecp Tonm. Another rllle tournament wns hold It tho basomunt of the Oam Pharmacy drug storo on West Center streot Tuesday evening nnd many spectators witnessed the contest. Tho O. I IJogcr Plumber's team of rlllomen lirulta Into ithe, limelight and were op posed by the Ohio Tractors who dealt tho newcomers ft defeat. The next con tost wns 1 otween the Tractors nnd tho Gbm Pharmncv teams nnd the closest cdnillct In tho unnn'i) of both teams b waged resulting; Jn ft victory for tbo druggists by tlio narrow margin or 2 points. The Individual scoro fol lows: Ohio Tractors John Ynney 5SS, John Hnlnllne C01, Carl Stoughton 581, Ed ward Demerost fiSS. Total 23G1. Tho Gem Pharmacists I.,. D. Urady, 58S, Morris Carroll Ml, J. E. Messenger COS, Fred Morrison 681. Totnl 2301. FEWER ARRESTS MADE IN THE NEW YEAR i:iiinlpntlnn of Police Court liocoixls Hcicnls tlio I'net. The number of arrests 'during tho three months. January, February and. March, of 19 1, was greater than tho nunbor of alrests during tho same months In tho new year, according to reports gone over nt police headquar ters, WednesJay afternoon. In Jan uury, 1011, thero wore 40 arrects, In February 3t and In MhfcK "49, While In 19 IS the month of January wit nessed 36 arrests, P"ebrunry 28 and March 40, which reveals a falling oft of 4, 0 and 3for January, Fobrunry and March, roihoctlvcly. Another In teresting observation Is tho fnot that a targe majority of arrests In either case were "floaters," while the more serious offences can likewise be ac credited to tho out-of-town element The Short ISnllot. Columbus, O., April 3. A plan was on foot today by tbo advocates of tho short ballot In tho constitutional con vention to Join thnt proposition with the recnll In ono proposal nnd attempt to pass the two at the same tlmo. Jt has also boon suggested that a statowldo civil service plan nd a four years' term for e.ectlvo ofllcors bo added. The short ballot proposal was sont back to the committee iate yesterday """""' ,"'", ""i"- l" v"lu " "".declared that tho outlook todny was proposition directly. This was due to I ,. , ., - ' ..... tho attltudo of tho members of the labor group who agreed to opose the short Imllot unless the recall is at tnCileU, An effort wns made to kl 1 the pro- posnl when n motion was made tolpxt;,- thousand men to crush the re lay it en tho tuiiie. This fulled by a vote of 43 yea and G7 nays. Friends of the short ballot and the recall nre planning to meet tonight to discuss the situation. At tho ond of 1910 thero .wero CC9 reglHtertU Urado un!on3 In tho United Kingdom, with n membership of abovo 2,000,000. Thoso totuU compare with n Tiemiburshlpjf 211,091 In ICO unions Jn 1880. .Dtrccthi; ciiildreii. South .Ucthlohom, Pn April 3, Tho sterilization of defective children and their Begrogutlon In tho communj Ity, was recommondud by Dr. Honry II. Ooddard, 1MI D, here todny beforo a congress on the consorvanco ot school- children, under tho uusplcea of the American Academy of Medi cine. Dr. Goddurd, who Is a director of research In the training school lor defectho children at Vlnoland, N. J., guld; "To muny It seems that wo might vnseetomlze peoplo rather freely and they might be allowed to live out their lives In tho community with out four of producing moro defec tives for society to care for, "The fact of sterllllzation would In deed sao th0 problem of offspring, but society could not afford to on duro tho dangers which would result during the lifetime of ono Individual. "(Sterlizatlon does come In for some advantages, Thero ure muny peoplo whoso parents will not consent to tholr going to an Institution for the fcoblO'tnlnded. Society nover feels safo so long us these .peoplo arc froo to marry or to become paiunts oven' out of wedlock In sudh' cases Jt might bo-prapi-r to say to tbo par onts; 'If you will consent to havo tho operation of sterilization performed on your child, then you may keep that child with jou as long as you like. It Is not a question of colon ization or sterilization, but of coloni zation nnd sterilization as a solution of this problem.' " Uosworth MeCready. of Plttshurir contended that the, publje school Ii inn i"o piiiuu in ruiB iMiuniiiiiii ui children who are not normal, THE MARION DAILY .-,. .fscsshshsp MARION SUN CLUB ' HOLDS A MEETING Prepares Yor '" Registered Shoot July 11. Ximv Trap Is H'tirclinseri nnd Members Mnko Hendy l'or the Season. I'lftll Shoo( to bo HCld Soon. Tho Mtirlon Gun club held an en thusiastic, meowing last, night and hiatlo''Iirrrtngaments fdr the coming season, particularly the registered shoot under tho Squirts Money-back plnn, which will be held hero July 11. On this occnslon Luther Squires, orlglnntor of the system will direct The shoot and clay target shots will bo here from nil over tho state. Com mittees to have charge of the enter (hlhmctu of the visitors nnd prepara tions Tor the shoot wore appointed. It was decided to purchase a now trap from tho Western Cartrldgo company, of Alton, III, This will In Installed Immediately on tho range north of tho city where n new club houso has Just beon completed. Tho club now has over BO mem bers ntid nt leapt 25 more have mndo application for membership. Uy tho time of tho registered shoot It Is be lieved the membership list will 'totnl 100. A most successful season I cor tan. " Tho openng shoot of tho season will b0 held In tho vory near future npd n. number of Interesting events will bo given throughout the year. It Is probablo that the club will shoot dur ing practically all of the yar since the cluto house has been added. Tolnc to Draft, un Amendment. Columbus, O.. April 3. A commit tee of seven appointed nt n conference of wet" delegates In tho constitution al convention, lb today trying to draft an amendment to the liquor license rroposnl Which will ipermlt a gradual reduction in the number of saloons to tho limit of ono to cvory S00 Inhab itants flxci iby the liquor proposal. Elgh'.en dolcvsntes wero In tho con ference, nnd It was generally agreed by theso delegates that thero was Ut ile ohnn 'o of securing nny amendment to the liquor .proposal. It was agreed, however, that omo plan should bo of fered u th convention when the pro position Is up fir Its third rending. Oklnhoma City, April 3. After putting his band to bed at sundown Ian night, Managor Callahan expects the White Sex to show some "l,ie.p" In their second game liere today. The Comlskeylies tloundored through the n;u;l nnd Ijeat tho Oklahomnns, 4 to 0 in n listless gamo. Cal's iMpii mlsso-J a dozon chances to register. "From ihero the players move to Wichita. Socialist Candidacies. Chicago, April 3. Ilosults of the bitter lights waged by Socialist can dUatcs ngaliist npn-par'tlsan combi nations In minor middle .western mu nicipal elections yesterday wore stu died with close attention by politicians today. At Kau Claire, Wis., n Social ist was elected chairman, of the mu- nlcipal commission. !P((tcr Stewart wa.i olocted the llrst Soclullst munici pal executive In Arkansas when he gained the mayoralty at Hartford over Democratic nnd independent oppon ents. At GIrard, Kansas, a Socialist stronghold, AV. II Itoss, a Democrat, running on un Indepondont fusion tlckot, was elected mayor. A non partisan candldnte wns electod mayor over tho Socialist Incumbent at AVash burn, Wis. Henry A. 'Wagner, Domocrnt, was qlccted mayor of Wntertciwn, S. D., and tho town sottled tho local option ques tion (y fnvorlng tho "wets." Outlook Mou Pcnccnblo. Washington April 2. AlJhoug'i "Ithln 24 hours .Mexico and tho Uni ted States have shown each ofher tho mailed (1st, state, department ofllclnls , much moro favora'blo for pyace, duo to tlio entuusiasm with wimcii .iu doro's mefjr.i'io to the Mexican cou- frrnau U'n rwrlvj.T nnil flu, rinnntltif.n. mnnl l1nt ihrt "ATAvlpnn nrnalilnnt Ihnu ,.r.0d hones of ralslne a new nrmv nf telllon Should recruits Hock to iMadcro's army It would put nn end to nil talk of 'intervention', nccordlng to depart ment ofllcIal3. Americans In Mexico nro safo as long as iMudoro holds mi promuoy. If Mexicans support the ad ministration, Orozco nnd the TnrraB-Creol-iDo l.a Darra-DIaz caval, be i:cv(.J' to bo flunnulng him, face dis aster. On tho other hand, tho depart ment's attitude Indicated a tacit nil 'tnlfslon tlint Intervention Is Inevitable Should Madero's onemles trluinh. fituff officers nt army headquarters h'ero havo comploted tholr stindy of tho canvpalgu plana worked out by tho war college and submittal to the war dopnrtmont a month ngo. Tho plans eontomplnte four armies to sot afoot upon Mex'lco s4mailtaneously two to bo landod from transports a. Vera Cruz and Tamplco, one to om lmrk on traniiiorts from somo Cali fornia 'port to outer Moxleo from thu Pacific side and tho othor to cross tho Texas bordor. Tho threo southern nrmles wore to march across (ho re public, attotrr?tlng to Join forces at tho City of Mexico and from there ns a base, subduo tho country to the south. Tho Texus army wus to subduo northern Mexico. Cnptiiln Scott nt Ii)ttlctou. Jyttleton, N. '.., Abrll 3. Tho Terra Novo, In -which Captain Scott wont Into the Antarctic, arrived hero today and was berthed undamaged. fkorw im Onty On "Bronm Quinine" That is Laxative Baomo Quitting Always rcnipmbcj- thp iiU pmo, for Ua skmatuw op even Uix. -,,,.. MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, - ----ihw IS - mm when Property is Cheap ill Mexi co Coffee j and Rubber G!-rove3 -Secured. (United Press" Lenne.1 Wlrfi 1 Cblcneo. April 3-Prliia neoureil In CHI GO Mexico In thosiniulVscrnnililo for lmrito ns.ona.of tho nroducts of the high pains which lms tnkon place during pressuro life of todny and the sub file depression fcnused by the scattered scrlptlon book business willed Is of rpI.plllciiiH have inolilil.-.l onme for hllKe lironortlons Iti'Ctilenirn hrts taken Chicago men nnd'sVifufcntes who have. emulated tho llrltlsli, Dutch and Oer mans In buying whqrfmbst jieoplo wero (book salesmen nnd saleswomen menji'0Ilce 0galn" ho has tniked too much, afraid to buy. Jn "of the largest are too engrossed in business nnd vo-lat1(i so they 'blnmo not only Goothnls rubber nnd cqffce properties l.n tho, men would bo too much occupied In 'itut Amcrtcnns In general, woild It l' saldj lujjj "been ncqttlrod by social nnd club and church 'life to buy I court officials Insist 'that Goelhnls' the San Jose Si'ndfcato f Chlcagrt. books nowndnyH nnd consequently tho cctlon in ipifbllcly using the Kaiser's and that 2,000,d00 ' ue'res of hlrdwood salesmen hnvo become a modern need. lews to support his nppcnl for ade tlmbor hrtd been" ntjrclwsed by 6ther The mothods hnVo changed also nnd quato fortlllcationi on tho IPannma Interests, n!l at tjg'esv'which will bo tho old time pest, "canvnsslng" forjcnnnl routo was unpardonable. They multiplied many Uirie' by expected somo book, from whom ono taught j Insist thnt tho Kn'lser Is telling exact signs of tho strong ltaiid of protection books becnuso It was tho easiest way ly lat transpire! vhen ho 'nays ho to American Interests to.wnlcli the ad-.to ministration Is said to. be pledged, jienring, supplanted by educnted, well The magnitude nnd completcire-W of dressed, tnctful people who dress Well, tho big coffee ntid rujnysrestate among talk well and resomblo In their uso the hills of Cl)lnpuulri reminder of fulness a Walking bookstore. Tho ro n feudal estate In Spain. "When one' suit of their work Is so pronounced Imnglnes mi orchnr'iU under one mnn-jthat It has brought nbout tho proposal ngement of two ' mlllldn trees, each, thnt politics bo reformed by Inking to be sprayed and pruned ono gets, tho ballot tax to tho voter nnd rc the magnitude nfthe thing." says a, minding him of his duty ns most of report. "NowheVo In the far cast tho trouble Is duo to fnlluro of voters whero rubber has boon planted ex-! to vote. A moro remarkable result, lenslvely Is tHoro anything like It. j however, Is tho discovery that tho a forest of n million coffee trees nnd numU'or of people w-lio nro dishonest Is another million Cnstlllon lubber trees I In a region whero thnt number will discovered In ndoptlng tho plnn of do produce two million pounds of rubber plverlng forthwith sin entlro sot of every year" It 1 snld the admin- Jbooks nnd collecting for thent nftcr iRtratlon village Is oleclrlc lighted niid.wuhl. Tho 'losses In bad accounts hnvo connected by telephone nnd telegraph with the ruliber and coffee markets of the world. The imrttWAod lands at tbo empire of 2,0(10,000 ncrcs me snld to have a potential VnlUo whin Inbor J Is applied or tho trndltloml "King's ransom," with the rjilns of Aztec cl- ties thrown In for gocld niensuro. Mining companies hnvo solved upon! tho nnxloty of the timid owners of Mexican propel ly to oxtehd their hold - Ings and when tho 1nst exnggenited itport of ."revolution" Is printed It t snUl tlrat ronio of the big ranches will bo found to Include some thousand more ncros than beforo the nntl Mndcro dlsturbnnco commenced. Sinn: the last mosquito on the Pnn- una Connl rono has boon killed by n man from Chicago wlitjro was launch- - tu iusi ijccemoer ino Mauanai urain- npe Congress whlBh nurnoHes to ex-l. Irrmlnnto the pests In th United i Slntes by draining iiinir iirpfiiinir it. .. - .( , ," vtti " places, the millions of acres of swnmn land. Dr. J. IJ. MoFatrlch, president of he Hoard of I.ducpt.lon of Chicago, Wlnnlpeg, which form the connecting claims to have given the List mos- nka 1)ctwocn Ft. trances and Duluth, qulto on the cnnnUzono his deatn Woro ttn0(l (() iCreaf,e their local i0V.; ,;ilIratrl?VsBiB Jn the party ,mBs of f 'c ln Minnegot, nna of the Illinois Manufncturers' , Asso-' consequence they 'want a propor c ntlon which recently made n trip to (lonnto Increnso In settlers' fares, pro tho cnnnl nd upon, his return hoosmK $je,oo rat'o where il50 wag praised yerv hlghly.the great work j,, Jnst ,Wi Tho CunUan & done by Colonel Gorpns, ns chlof san itary ofneer, In oxtermlnntlng the mosquitoes that formerly mndo that section feared for mnlnrla and yellow foyer. "Tho Panama Cnnnl zone." ho snld. Is an Ideal health resort now. I saw only ono mosquito during my stay there nnd" with "i expressive gosturo "I kllleil that one." The ex termination of myriad cousins of' thnt nnopheles of tho malarial 111 refute. by destroying the sw-nmps and wot lands In which It breeds, Is onoV the principal objects of the National Dialnnge Congress which Is to hold Its Initial session In New Orleans April 10 to 13. It wns because of tho great ..iii oi uionei uorgns in mis iu-;from Mnich 19th to April 30th InclU rcctlon In the cannl zone thnt, at tho 8tvc, Tllcso ratC8 ,lo not covcr tll0 c. suggestion of Frank II. Knight of Chi- t.ro Woste.n Canadian territory, but cago. he was asked to accept the po- tllP majority of It. with gradual In slt.on of third vlce-nresldent. Ho Is !.,. , n, ,. .u-,.,.,, i- trvlng to nrringo his nffnlrs so' thnt be can be present nt the Now Or Continued from Pago Ono. tho union Tho Mliu'ih Itullfjis. . I-rfindon, April 3. .At C o'clock to night It was stated nt strlkn )iun'Jpinr tors that the vote on tho question of resuming work on tho basis of the return already compiled stood: Against going back lo work, 189.- MB 023. Fwr golnB back to work, lG7,107.cd, tho city to pny for the meters nnd Despite this tho belief Is gaining ground that tho strike will be dealarod oft .by the executive committee. Strongtli Is lent to this bollof 1)y tho'cr ......,. .w.i. h.,,1 i,.u mug win sponu r.asor at Sandrlngham. Ton thou- JS.I.L? iT, AhP, Cannoc'f Chnso rn,l' Ia8t,Frllly ""' against """"."f, " Worl' w"ta 'o the fiumes 1'iiMponed. Hot Storings, Ark , April 3. Owing to unfavorable wenthor conditions tho 'Pirates' throo giimos with IMcmphls havo been postponed and St. Paiil will nnclnl panics, declared David n. For- ' bo played at AVhltllnKton nark bero"irf.n ,i,tf n i..,i,. , 0..1' .. . ! U9nlfY..J actmeni of at Fayettevlllo on Friday. Klfiht Hounds. Dotroit. Mlub.. Aurll 9 nn, vnM, now, of Clovoland, and Young Brltt.i worry al,out n,ost- "This Is not moro of naltlmore, will go eight rounds ln1,' a hankers' question," snld Mr. For- tho final bout beforo tho Windsor Ath- iciic ciuu tonight. " Look ic ? y)j df J7L J SjL Jb I f' pW'K'lfl1 VCo n ft CASTOR I A ltd IafafcU And Children. Thi Khid Ym Uf Alwif s Baneht Boars tho w&i Slgnaturo of I lennq meeting atiif discuss tho mos quito nnd what Is needed to starve him out. . I Tho Welcome Imolt nsrent Is uolntcd rank ns ono of the greatest educntlon- ii. Mjni'f ui iiiu uuy. wiuiuui. iiiu get rid of them, nro rnpldly dlsap- very small ni the book houses hnvo .been very Email. Slashed iraoocngcr rnten for settlers through tho Fort Fnlncert gateway on llm t.nrt tt tn Cnntiillfln TJnrllinrn gives lntlmntioh of hn Impending rnto w-ar. Certain Amorlcnn ronds hhvlng traffic Interests to Jook nttor In tho western stntes could not see eye to eye with the Canadian Northern on n reduction of rntdn frtr settlers going mto Cunnda, nnd on nccount of this nstlgmatlsm tho Canadian Northern decided to prake n drnstc cut and ap ply It on nil business routed by tho wny of Duluth & Ft. Fronces. During lwst sonsons low ono way settlors' fares hnvo been In oftect from St. Paul, Minneapolis nnd Duluth to Can- .. destinations. Tho alo baa nl- beon eonnnetl t0 Tuesdays of Mnrc)l antl A,)rll nn(, lnst ypnr tho , . i i. .v. .. i rate from the above points Co tho mnj- orlty of "Western Canadian tprrltory ivruR ls.bu. iiio iAiinnesoin lines, noi Inp;uilIng 10 nuluth, MIsalKl & x-..-. .i iv.l.h, rnin t.i, r. h Tho Mlnnesotn lines, not Northern, Duluth, Hulny Lalto & Winnipeg, nnd tho Duluth, Mlsaba & Northern, saw po necessity for nn Innrrmiin In tlii riltnu InnfJ-lllieh nn Uiclr ,mBll, ,, 'ncvrr ,,een ehnngcd. The othcr noI, opl,OSed the action of the Cnnadlnn Northern to such nn iciii Him. nicy iiraviiiMuy iiuimuu i . recognize the l-'t Frances routo on , tho H-'.0(i unsis, with tno result mat n0 Cnr)n,iinn Northern In connection ,uth tll0 d,,,,,, nnny Ijlke & wln. n)0K lim, Dllith, Mlsabn & Northern ,, i, rrp.i tn , ni, n r.iriimr m. mlctlon m the rato to 9 ii- i,nrniu ..n.i im i 0 to piotect extended the j Uotos of mU, t0 covcr tll0 entire period This $9.30 rnte to Western Canadian points via Duluth and Ft. Frnnces la the Cnnndlan Northern rato as against $10.00 on other line. Pressure lo raise city water on tho nverago only to tho second story of buildings outside of tho "loop" was dtclnred to bo tho fnqt In Chicago as Result ot Un (Investigation ot what becomes of tho 1&0 billion gallons pumped nununlly and why somo dis tricts chronically hava ft wnter famine (llifitrn Oin fliuf (InAii 1nfl rni.n .lit APRIL 3, 1912. covcry was made that leaky pi ml ngit!,0.K,ri,t TnU u n Q" f"'0" lhresponslWoforftlossof32.2C0.000.00..fU!at , ! lml B "" '?? WaS, i' gallons last year nnd underground leaks for 48,390,000,000 gallons. Conse quently water meters nro recominond- the householder for tho water that Is metered. Tho city Is going to spend '$',608,500 for Improvements to tho wnt- supply plants which will help bomo, qitliougnt even thnt sum will not pro- vldo the supply necessary ln tho stock yards district for lire protec- tlon and In many residence districts ft ircUro that will provide "running tlnwlilrt i'Mlntn. I vninHi in h. n,i..i n.i ...... ". ' .. (lats that tho real ostato agents nd - vcrtlso. Tn tlln l.nntfAr tl.Arn la ..pnlii ln n. the Mil for the creation of n. oentral reserve association and so It la a matter for merchants nn.l manufncturers nnd their employes to o-nn. "Hankers can worry tliromrh panics; and, Indeed, tho banks often Inuko more profits nt such tlmo than they do nt other tlme, for tho slmplo reason that they got tho highest rates tho law will allow them for pny money thev loan. It I9 the business man whoso credit Is curtailed or cut oft nt such n time, nnd tho long lines of wnrklngmon thrown out of employ ment that are really the chief suffer ers from 11 panic. 1 know that In somo of your minds thero U the ques tion ns to whothor this ts not After uU ft proposition for 'W'ull streetUo get control or tno country, Uolloye me when 1 10" y ,n thlB orKn" sVcannot be ou that there Is nothing organization for Willi streot Plorpont Morgan him- boirow ft dollar from this organization If ho fthould ttu up 'gov qrnniont bonds ns tcurlu;,, ond,, tho ntnou.nt that tiny xrie uniUr cnii librrow rrom It is so limited that nil Will bo Irentcd on nn equal footing." What Hill Said. Borlln, Aliril 2. "It Isn't thnt wo den't bellovo tho Kaiser snld It, for we know il majesty, lnit f (ho did sny It, why did Colonel fJoethals ro ptnt a private nmli presutnnbly per uonal conversation?" asked a erj" high diplomatic ipersonago todny dis cussing tho controversy thnt lifts arisen over Ooethnls telling tho senate committee that tho Qernmn emperor tK1l'h(m 'tihol'arinhia canal must bo fortllled. And "11131" sums up tho general attl tudo of German bfflclaldom. They I. row that tho Kaiser lhas been put In an unenviable position because did not toll Goethals the canal should bo fortllled. Other officials say thnt Ooethnls may have misunderstood the Kaiser, but did so In tho bollof thnt tho Kaiser was taking ipant In n dis cussion thnt could never become pub. lie. Tho chief difficulty Is the Kaiser Is placed In tho tmslllon of having of fendoJ other nations. 31(111)' JjlC4 lOs!t. Perth, Australia, April .1. Ono hundred nnd thirty lives hnvo beon lost, It Is ienrcd, In the wreck of tho Hcnmor Kqombn during n .typhoon. Tho storm stubsldcd today ond soon nf tomvard grent quantities of .wreckage, Including tho dock houses, boats nnd Ilfo raifts, began wishing njion tho bench henr here. ItcHof tug hnvo boon sent to search for tho survivors. X X ii ii ii ii ii ii ii i ii ii TKIiKORAI'IIIO TAIH-OIDS it ii H i i i n i a a s 5?5 x a n Collego Point, Md. Army naviga tors hero will lost ti now noroplnne gun weighing 2ft pounds, firing ROO shatn per minute, nlso a special four-Inch gun, tho first aeroplano weapon of largo calibre. Columbus, O Huroponn ipliyslclnnq do not consider fresh nlr nnd open windows conduclvo to good health, ac cording to Dr. C. O. Probst, former necrotnry of stato (board of health, who has Just returned from a live months' stay on tho continent. .Delaware, O. 'Time tens" nn.J so cial duties nro keeping Delaware cnun rllmcn from properly 'performing their civic duties, says Mayor iLons. Council resented tho chUfgo nnd ti light' Is )n progress. Columbus, O. Not ono city person In ton cats freiOi eggs any more, no cording to . Htntomcnt of Stato Dairy and Food Commissioner Strode. Strodo Is conducting nn "egg campaign" among the farmers. Albany, N. Y. Fear, of death saved Michael Cosmo, icon'Jcmned murderer, fiom tho electric chnlr. He was do .dared Insane, driven mad, tho allon jlsts sny, by overpowering fear. Now York-tit took two graves to w'elglieii 4&u pdnmllrwhcn he die' (1 of fptty degeneration oftho heart. Tho ex-wmii was t.hreeJ'eot four Inehnsi innn , L.ejnn i Htuntord university, cniir. Unclnir rntB discredited tlio vocrotarlnn lacrodltcd theory Professor James Hollln Sloan- I'ter dcclnics the meat enllng rodent ran clrclos around Its vcgolbrlnn com petitor. Detroit, Mich. Hocause ho talked In his sleep. Green ;Ma.Vdoo .betrayed to his associates In a local boarding iiiiiibo uiui no was wnniou in urcens boro, N. C, for wfro murder. Ho wns urrestcij. Chicago While 'Investigating tho death of Gcoigo Johnson, n tenmstor, supposed to bo Indigent, officers found a tank 'book In his eftccts containing deposits of $75,000. Springfield. Ills'. IlllnoU' 29,800 ttachors received $18,195,017.72 In salaries In 1911, nn Increase of 3,000 tcnohers and $11,000,000 in ton years, according to official reports, fr'Chictigo James Halgh was ejected( from his homo when ho confessed to lfjs wlfo'thnt he earned $3 Avorklng nt tho polls yesterday for "Hath Houso Jhhn" Coughlln. Ho appoalaa to the ifollco for aid, Tfcl.K TABS flwgTr"xIl-f Iy9a Cincinnati Colonel W. C. Meyer, of ,MllinilllV H'l ll.i. tnn.Mfli..iih f, .v- crultlng ofilcoB for the regiment nt Clnclnnntl, IJstnVla, Lebanon, Hills boro, nnd Fnnchesler. Cincinnati "Dvcn ono yenr of dlrt oiifrnnohUement Is n. disgrace," de clared Mrs. Herbert 8. Dlgelow, wlfo ot tho president of tho constitutional convention nt a suffrage, meeting after a malo spoekor had cautioned tho women to "go slow." Cincinnati President nnd Mrs. Taft havo accepted an Invitation to attend tho twentieth Mny festival, which 13 '! !? hc,d ln Muslc ,mM llurc' Mny 7, ,'" " I Now York II y what ho Jellovcd to ,ij BUYING NOTE !E5 PACKAGE mm fj ' lb.., THEBT Cha. Turner & Co. Hole, Agciits Vw TJils rRinoim Coffee. X W Will Pay Ywir,, ) DruuUtM 0nht for a fall Size lox of Make-Man Tal). , letsThe Besults Will Amaze Youi . Do you realise that your health, Btrengtb, happiness and even llfo Itstolt depend upon thd condition of your nervous system? You have simply got to take n flesh, strength ,apd nerVs builder. Mnkd-Mnn Tablets nourish nnd pnrlch tho blood nnd strengthen and auiot every nervo ceil in tho systom. ,' Itusults prove It, results will provo It In your case, and these results Will cost you nothing, pot a cent. Wo will buy for yon n tn-c'it fuibalzo tax, of Mnko-Mnn Tnblot&v Jfou nrolupder, ho obligation wlmtover except to use them ns directed. Isn't that ft fair offer? fiend tho coupon to-day nnd begin us ng Make-Man Tablots without delay nnd just watch how your tiorvousness, exhaustion, sleeplessness, loss of flesh, stomnch derangements, rheumatism, melancholy, poor, thin blood, llvor and kidney trouble, will lcavo you. Make Man Tablets nro sold nt Men box ln nil Drua Stores on n gunranteo or monoy refunded' m CUT OUT FREE BOo COUPON - JLMAKE.MA!TAnLF.TCO., T. , Mip Mte-Mn IIMr, Iltpt. B4, CklMia,IL i nro noTrrnsoa maKnainn'rftDitt Dior na Ub to trjr, tteo, it I all-ill W-cnt box. Dmctit'Wm...,,,... i, ',.,, ,"?t. JlrHlmtl,' n. ii;,.,.... Addreni ..(.....r , , .. Write plilnlr-en box to ich limlli"" bo n. deathbed confession; Jerry1 Mc Carthy cased his conscience of tho murder of a tnbby cat, 20 years ngo. Ho Imincdlntcly rccovored. " 7 Cambridge, Mass. Junius Spenqcr Morgnn, Jr., grandson of J. Plcrp, de fied the forcos of law nnd order, py re fusing to stop his nutomobllo when a pollcemnn bulled him. Ho wns' fined J2G but appealed. I Lokowood, N. J. Hngtlmo ns first nld to disagreeing Jurprs resulted irf 'n linsty verdict here. TholuroM fouHd bnnd InstriimontH In tho Jury rMm nnd nftor scvoral selcptlon3... returned u verdict. . ". . Poonton, N. J. You may swear, orr your own promises In Hobnton. ' A ronvlctlon ngalnst Miss Josephine N. Nixon, on a charge of using profnnn Inngungc, -was reversed becauso sho wns on her own .porch. Nutlet) of Appolntiiient. '' Hstftto of Amellus F. Clmpinan, de ceased. Tho undersigned 'hns been appoint ed nnd qualified as admlnlstratrlxSvlth the will annexed of tho estate of Amollua IF. Chn.pman, lato of 'Marlon county, decenscuf. Dated nt Marlon. Ohio, this 2Cth day of March, A. id., 1912. ' ' " Fannin. M. Arnold, 3-27-3twcd Morion. Ohio. Notice of Appointment. Estate of Chrlstena Suit, -deceased. ,m. . i i , . . i . tf. iiio uiuierHiBTieu nna uecn .appoint ed and qualified na Mlrtitffstetor 6t tho estate ol dhristnn!?dultJn(w6f i:arlon,Ohlp'n.1'. 'D. Nol., 2-27-itwcil i Railroad Time Tabl. , Hocking vnlloy. -"r-f- North 7:3? ft. m. -lOtOS?. mit 4:06, p, m.;.x6:lo p. m. UtitfYaJ South 5:CB a. in.; 7:20, a, m.f Sl:i8 p. m. 7:20 p. m.; 10:30 a. -to .'jM Dally except Sunday, ,j M xRuna to Marlon only. ' 9 Erie. SoutUweat 10137, a. m. 1:30 a. m. , . . .. 5:18 p. m. IW. 'J-IJS.'jf Host 5:38 a. m.s 12:BI-p.-hj.;i 11:55 p. m.; 5:57 p. m. ailcago 'Erie."' - A A!Vf West 10:25 s- m.; 12:05 a. m.; 7:45 .1. m.; x5:l0 p. m. , ' East 5:38 a. m.; x9:55 a, m.; 5:10 p. in.; 6:57 p. m. " ) Dally except Sunday, xRun to Marlon only, xltuns to Ohio City only. f 1Viinv1vnnln. North 0:52 p m.; 12:20 p. mtj South 10:30 a. m,; 8:00 p. m. t Dally except Sunday. Ulr Pour. Eustbound 8:00 a. m.; 9:20 a.m.; 12:32 p. m.; 7:83 p. m.;'10;45 p. mi: 5:37 p. m. ' ''J' Westbound 5:42 a. m.; 9:55 a. ml; 10:25 a. m.; 1:55 p. m.; 7:13 p. a?.; 3:10 p. m. . Dally except Sunday, j O., D. & M. Kloutrlc. Dopart southbound 6, 7, 8, 0 and 11 a. m., 12 m., 1, 8, 4. 5, 8 7, 9 and 11 p. m. , ',r Arrive northbound x5:D5 a- Trfij 1:50, 2:55, 4:55, 5:50, 8:55, 8:55 and 10:55 p. m. ' ' v Goes to Delaware only, . xFrom Stratford only; - ' Hourly service Sundays and holi days. O., M. & n. Klcctrlo. Northbound Cars leave Marlon for Bucyrus at 8, 8, 10 a. in.; 12:16, 2, 4, 0, 8 and 10 p, m. Southbound Cars leav Bucyrus tor Marlon at 7:06, 0:25 and 11:26 a. m., and 1:05, 3:06, 6:05', 7:10, 9:0S nrt 11:06 v. m. ' .tt$ttfttff$1tf9yfftt&$& Colonist Tickets to California Washington Oregop m I I and othor western states '$ At Very low Rates via- HOCKING VALLEY March1 1 to April 15. i Inquire of Agents Hock ing Valley Ry. for' in-formation, Marion chtiijty. .dcccqsetl,t,-"'r-. 9 TDat(oJ at Marlon, 'Ohio, Hnlsy2?rd day of iMuroh.A. D., .1912, -tJr ' . . a A 1 1 ( h I J . u.' ' V W5WWWftWJWW '.