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THE ROCK TSLAXTDARGUS. TUESDAY, JULY b, 1912.
g HAS HARRY K. THAW RECOVERED SANITY? SOME ALIENTISTS SAY YES, OTHERS NO F V JSM.iaiBM.il THiIbm IT IT i :T M en m- mag w$nsitta p t v", r iwpr rv- ' a. ,1111 w: i i - Y& V IJrs lit; J noeC .Ffoih tlie LiqiiOF Harry K. Thaw t sanity hearing. TIaa IX. rry K. Thaw, the slayer of Stanford White, recovered his san ity? If lha own word were to ba taken aa final, he luus. A Judlciai Inquiry la now In progress In New York to determine whether Thaw li mentally fit to aata be turned looae upon the world. Three note4 allen lts employed by thr; prosecution have declared that he la aa crazy as ever. 'Thuw "fit on th stand many hours at the hearing. He appeared to he i.rar'y. If cut quite, normal. ANIMALS THAT COUNT. Magpies, Rooks and Apes Can't Get Past the Number Four. There are human beings, such aa In habitants cf the Murray Islands, In the Mrait i t Torre, that cannot count fur ther than two But, most surprising Htnl. luukt uulmnla rm.H'KK r-a Icnluriiitr khilltlM. and sever! have a distinct tb"r called him up. ntu.'jer or years recently rot it into his bead that be might die one of these days and that It would be well if he wrote his autobiography ere that sad event occurred, an one uiiLt say. So he sat down and wrote many pages and toot those pages to a W ill pub lisher. After the manuscript had been in the letter's hands for some time the Appreciation of number. In certain mine of Haiuault the borse are so used to traverKluf? the same road thirty times that after their last round they go to the Ktahle of their own accord and refuse to take another step. Mon taigne says that the oxen employed in the royal garoVna of buna for tuning the wheels to which the water pails were attached absolutely refused to make more than a hundred rounds, whii h constituted their dally task. A don observer has definitely estab lished the fa't that magpies and rooks cannot couut further than four. A rook never returns to Its neat until It , 1 ipiite satisfied th.it there la no dan ger near. When four hunters or less departed lu succession from u nearby , !; cabin the rok would return to its In st uffer the hist hud Kone out of (iiht. liut whenever there were more the bird lout count and returned to Its , ue.it even while some were still in the i but. I Similarly uis do not couut furtljerl than f mr. and the l;or of the Trans-1 vual w hen thy want to hunt tbe anl- ! inals hide lu numbers exceeding four. j 1'mir depart in hu' es.iluii lu such a maimer lis to Ih noticed by the apes,1 wh then ('..'.lie forth and are easily 'This Is Jsjones," he explained gen ially. "Who's Rjones?" came the reply. "lijones. you know Bjoiies of East T'lnpth Htreet, whose autobiography you are publishing. Ah I'm a little short this week. Could yon let lr.e have something in advance 'r" "Not on your life!" And you may think the printer was slangy, but he wasn't. Cleveland I'lalu Iculer. CRIMINALS IN FRANCE. The Keeley Institute, D wight, Illinois latiful Location. Delightful Surroundings. Finest Accommodations. Fireproof. Equipped With JLvcry Modern Convenience for Comfort and Safety. In the last 30 years 400,000 men have been saved from the drink habit by the Keeley Treatment. They were hopeless, despairing down and out! NOW they have happy homes and families they, have taken a new fresh start. The sun is shining again! captured. t'hii'tiKO News. FIRST PRINTER'S DEVIL H, Wji a Your.g Negro Slave Em ployed by Aldus Manutiua. Aldus Mjii i.l lila. who in HS-S set up Lis olil'-e lu Vena e. has long beeu fa ni'ius us the Cent of the publishers of the famous Aldlne claries, which to day are so highly priced by book col leciors. He wus the autbor of a Latin eraiiiinar. a t;r.-k du'tinnary and a treatise ou the metrl. ul luethixl of the poet H.ir.K e aud uririnuted the form of type known by us ns Italic aud by ticnuan printers as "cursive" type. lie Is alao said to be re ponsible for; Lauds In his pocket Curious Devices Used to Land Them Safety In Jail. Scarcely a day passes without a pic ture appearing lu tbe French press of a prisoner being led off to the- station by a polieeman and the description, "the Apache being taken away baud cuffed by the agents." As a matter of fact, hcndcuffa are altoxeLher out of date in France and are never used. Instead of tbe bracelets every po licemau carries a "cabriolet." which Is a very rough aud massively made ar ticle rPni'inbUng a hupe watch chain some tea inches long with a stout wooden crossbur at either end. An expert can slip this over the wrist of mi offender la a twinkling and with Loth tbe c.TOKbbars lu bis hand has only to give it a twist to inflict the most excruciating pain and compel In stant and lamblike submissiou. Another commou method of prevent ing escaie is to make the prisoner place both his hands lu his side trouser pockets and then pass a string around his wrists and around bis uaist and bid him march. He can walk at a very smart pace, but any attempt to run out of a shambling tr.t immedi ately brings him down, huse to the pavement. If no atring is handy all the brace buttons of the trousers are cut off and j the culprit Is mude ugain to put bis As in the for- fl'Drunkenness Is a Disease and I Can Cure It" Dr. Leslie E. Keeley startled the worlds thirty-two years ago, with this famous statement. Physicians were incredulous. Millions jeered and scoffed. BUT IT WAS TRUE! Nearly everyone knows now that it is useless to abuse or upbraid a man who drinks to excess. His own con science does that daily, hourly. He is a sick man and can no more cure him self than can a man suffering from smallpox or brain fever. Yet he can be saved! read this, can help him! CURE HIM! You, who WE CAN What, Then, Is the Liquor Disease? It is an altered condition of the nerve cells, caused by the excessive use of alcohol, wherein the nerves have become trained to feed on it, and The World-Famous "Keeley-Cure" 'The Keeley treatment known the world around as the ''Keeley Cure" is simply the application of reconstructive nerve tonics which remove the artificial alcoholic appetite of the nerve cells ' and restore them to a natural healthy condition. r We also cure Opium, Morphine and other drug addictions. The drug is withdrawn gradually and there is no 6hock, collapse, prostration or sickness. Full particulars in plain, sealed envelope on request. The treatment produces no sickness or nausea. It requires no restriction or con finement of patients. It leaves absolutely no ill effects. The Keeley treatment can be had ONLY at the Keeley Institute, Dwight, Illinois, or at its official branches, of which there is one or more in almost every state. Any claims to furnish the Keeley treat ment in any other way are false. Results of the) "Keeley Cure" The effect of the Keeley remedies is to w har will not do their work except under absolutely destroy the craving and appetite its influence. The "craving" or appetite for liquor is not the disease. It is merely the symptom of the disease just as a cough is a symptom of some irritation or inflammation. N When the disease is removed the for drink. The man who takes the Keeley treatment is no longer called on to fight an appetite. The desire and necessity for alcohol are gone. And the cure lasts Hear what men say who have been saved! "This is the twentieth anniversary of my reincarnation and release from the bondage graduation at Dwight. No matter rises, I never think of whiskey." "I took the cure twelve years ago Drink is no longer any temptation to me." "Words cannot express what I feel in ivy soul for the God-given saving institute at Dwight, 111. I haven'' t the least desire for drink any more than if I had never tasted it." We have many, many thousands of letters like the above. Full Information on Request We have a number of booklets and other" printed matter explaining full details of the Keeley treatment. These we will be glad to send, on request, to inquirers. Information is mailed in plain, sealed envelope. All correspondence is sacredly confi- dential. YOU can SAVE that brother, relative;1 friend, employee from ruin, ditgrace and death! Will you do it? Home remedies are prepared and sold by us for the cure of the Tobacco Habit and many forms of nervous troubles. Send for printed matter today. the tiauie of ' printer'!" devil," aluiut-t ' mer case, he ran only walk, since so worldwide lu its application, to the ' soon as he frees his hands his nether jouufccst uoy in the oilier. A young garments fall about his legs and be Is higro slave employed in his otflce who j "entrave." was ao very black and dirty thut bis! Few of these devices are apparent to iiaiurul unc'luess bad become an almost . the casual paaserby. who often woa-fiemiw-li exiH-exsion became feared aud ; ders at tbe rasslve docility wi'h which known all over Venice as "the little some villainous looking iudivldual un 1 luck devil." and Manutiua at last real- ! der arrest follows Lis captor to tbe l.ed that the boy aud himself bad dau- ! station craving for drink disappears just as the of he Demon Rum. Completely cured cough disappears when the cause of thc accursed appetite never to return." the trouble is removed. "This is the eighteenth anniversary of my We have a Chicago office, Suite DOG Rector Liuilding, 79 West Monroe Street, where arrangements may be made. THE LESLIE E. KEELEY CO. DWIGHT. ILLINOIS ;jr.ir w -a' r;ii'fiTii7'7mr er sun, iii no otner zone, iu an ..' world, can be found the same extent Sometime oo a country road ' of fertile, availuble aericultural land .cr'Usiy awakened the supersf Itloua 1 one may meet a couple of jr.dannea I as in tbese United States. And In no four and dialUe of the more Ifrnwrant i on foot or on horseback, leading a other equally lare tract as that Venetians. He according- formally J prisoner between them. j ptretchinp from the Atlantic to the exhibited hiiu durlutf a whole day on ' ThU Ls In oliodience to a quaint reg-. pacific and between tl e great lakes the public at reels aud bud the criers , clatin whereby prisoners ar never j ,nd the srulf can be duplicated the uuiue mis prociamaiioa tnrousnout tn pent by tram from plac to ptace, as game amount of noru allj good wenth- . ' ! ." rep.b'd t he "IUoj;: jt it was rather 'long.' " A PrfUSICAL RIOT. city : "I, Aldus Manutiua, printer to the holy hun h aud tbe doge, have this i'wJ hi;tdo public eipoj-ure of the print ers devil. All who think he is not i'.i!i aud blood may come and prick Liui." -Charles WlUblow iUU in Na- a es Don't Call It Slang. ... ii.l i. .in who bus iived for a ECZEMA IS EASILY CURED BY POSLAM there are no funds set apart for rail way fares. Consequently four or five timea aa much Is spent in food, drink and lodging for the escort as would le for tbe ticket, tut the regulations are observed. Ib aucb cases the po lice often uso the "poucettes," though strictly speaking this Instrument la not legal. It U a sort f looe thumbscrew, which U fixed so aa to keep the two er as natnre has bestowed ou this fa vored land. Our rain and sunshine are so proportioned the one to the other as to produce the best yearly conditions on earth. Detroit tree PreM. I"c,u"- morion, it nes inrieii ro me at the bottom, its he:ul alone protrud ing, ready o euRiilf any prey that may wander into its cavernous Jaws. Thcro Is a ferocious hind of shark re cinblins i u huge eel. All of these monsters are ; black as ink. Some of them are per fectly blind, whiie others have enor mous, tK"lit! eyes. No ray of suu lijjht ever pierces the dark, unfathoiii ed caves in which tiny dwell. Kncii species Is gobbled by the species next bieer. for there is no vegetable life to feed ou. Spare Moments. An All Around Sermon. A sermon bad been reached in a cathedral, and some of the clergy who Lad been present were discussu.jr it at thumbs comfortably together so long i tbe bishop's luncheon table. One said. as the man does not struggle, but a Cne cf tho Attractions at an Old Time Virginia Celebration. Here is a program observed in the rclel riition of St. Andrew's day la au old Vin:i:.l town in 1737: Tli.it a fiddle be played for by twenty fiddlers, every person to bring his own tl.idie After the prize is won they are til to piav together and each one a ciAVreut tune and tbeiir be treated by I the conipauy. ! That twelve boys of twelve years of .ee do run for 112 yards for a bat at ! ti.e . o.-t of 12 bhiliings. ; Ti,.,, Hut l. mini' on K.iid rlav doWS 8ud the curt;lillS fief high. MRS. LINDLCFF CHARGED WITH MURDERING SON Chicago, .luly 2. Mr.-:. l.oui.sj hindlo!!', si;s;)C( led ,f having cuiini-ii the death of ti t triil i .riuwrs i.i !. r iau.ily, w;.s ;,til to ti.i f ia.i 1 jury yesterday by a coi oie i .-. jury .n u. c!iare that, bi.e h.id i.. .i; ic; cii i. r son, Arthur. i. .VII I' .'.mi. i .ill . . !. ( .illicit d l.e.i . . .So:lll,cI . M.-.i! . I'avcnpfirt Hoi k IMaud Hoi k Island . . . . .Molina The bo who was 1 ' .1 1'H fl! twist cf tbe string held by one of tbe police Is enough to destroy any wish to escape. London Standard. Waa unl that aermnn a littlo 'MrtiV thirty lhilt ailCl UIUUCI IUT IMJOI UCOIUI. "High!" exclaimed another. me as being decidedly 'low.' " "Well, now," put in an orthodox cleric of the old school. "I shou'd have described it as rather Inroad.' VYLat tl .vwi sa. his dn honor the governor's, is died suddenly at the I i.iverti'y hos pital, siipho.v my of nr.-eiiie-M jk.i.sm.- lni;, .luin- i -.. I lie Uitji.' ht was con As Others Sea It. jducu-d at the county luortun under Every two or three weeks I approach j tlie Personal supervision of t eroi.e. my bouse from the unusual side and ; J'tter llolfni;;n. make a hole of the effect of por h, win-i Mrs- i-i"ii(.a was rot c.ll.-d tt; or. Then I try to "' testify. Stif; whs 'uiia tan.: a '.out go into the house as a stranger. Tie- ' "e Iniitieat, even !a..gluim a; a ci.ui tures which have become so familiar hV f'roner iloil'man. V.'l.iK . v- ' that thev wm a n.irf of tbe wall I see -tolin MOWlRgfli3. (ieleCir.e lli.ti tl.'- I i DC I " I 0 . 11". ! t r? 'f v a . T I: : h J - . it -i "Mad Anthony" Wayne. The nickname of "Mad Anthony" at tached to tbe Dame of General Wayne 1 cf Revolutionary fame was due to no j trace of insanity, hut Instead to the I man s wna. reckless comu.e ia piung-i : ing Into batt'.e w here the odds against j .:.t u.-e is i nicknames too. "Dandy Wayne" was, i one of them, because of bis absurd ; i love lor wearing ci:e ov u-s iu am s aa ai wamww. ',' ,r,eJ' ! wilderness and tu batt The Indians ( tJj r ai l irrrreve- ! gave him me nickname n uiaca the need of cliiitiKiu-'. aud so I see i i.wnoi'e stre.-t siauon. was t T! ji a pair of silver buckles be I ''KS all through the house. I think , J', ' 'rf:. '"''' , more iuui jinviiiicir eae i nan ine ...... .... ........ ... CaTiors Will Fly. Ti ii i.; in'': of .-.leal dhicover- i'.: . I'iiu.-j i : ies on tic- air. Soon A: in .i y tic- I'l.chj run's Inall car i i : -t s fij ia in ali i.lrei tions, irans-,-(ttinv i.o'til. '' ,'.: Jake u wonder ful in:en.-t In a (bi.,very that bene hi., llieai. 'I hat's why lie. King's .'-. ,v 1 :.-,:() vc-y t,,j- cu'ihs. colds arid in. i. r llii'i.tt iii d 1 it ii ilis'. iHes Is the :. . : I . . u!ar n (U' iue In America. It in red ine of a dreadful court!'," writ' s .'.Ir. .1. I'. I'av'K, Slii ktiey Cor :a i . ".:l r d'.i tor's treatment at: I ad u-U'-i !.:! el,e had fulled." i:i-' il lit f'-r c'ii:.;hs, colils or any ! r : " 1 :.! affeiin.n. 1'rl' o r.O cents :.n-. . T .-::.! bottle free at all ill IIL'; ;:.'S. contents of every hottle foui.d in the I.iiidioiT ho f im-.ii' i:. lUtii C Icatlon. ! gave him the nickname cf . I !..;. I v liny ti c I v n a lr trnm th swift and deadllnMa i.-riTiu, coi.ir a:. a cor.ai .i.i hirlwrs' ar.J a.lfomn . 1 ! to . are q-ih-k- a . . .:ik !' The .1 R: '.- i. u a ." : r, a .i (l.s.,s . ln;irov 's 1 t. V' .te i-id't! es t. l der onu' x:t.s clear. l.ar.,'.s i at 1 an V o for iar.iir:;ff X v St.ln. r. H O ('.T'-.tn'.r' n sell I'OsUin I i:'i i.r.5 the lVsluni ?..iu' 'I ' ' . ecu:-, or tree sallill. s y r t.. t.e K.mera-rrv I.aboratoii-'a. L twU iU:t N Vui w')-. of his attack. At tbe ontcreait of the Revolutionary war Sir Uetry Clinton said of Wayxe: ' Wherever Mad An thony Wayne is there's always a fight. That's wtat te is there for." And Clinton bad sufficient experience to know whereof he spoke. Our Climata an Aatet. At Fountains & Elsewhere Ask for "HOiiL Thi Original and Ger.uim Thi Fod-drlnk for k igtz. At restaurant, hotels, and fountains. Delicious, invigorating and sustaining. Keep it on your sideboard at h-me. Don't travel without it, A quick buck prepared in a minute. Tale m imitation. Just say T0RUC1"." Not in Any ftliik Truz it fur bv a number of brik vou ' men rooms overcrowded and fussy and f'.'... u r.!iir nf liAiiilvn shnM ha fconiething can be banished. Of course dan'Td for. ! 1 lau t y these things at the LrrECd to Wed T1 ut a pair of handsome silk Ftock- i t'n'C. but I make a note of them. This r ',,..,.., i- of f-'ie pisioie vaiue ne given to " - ..v.. .,u u.j ....... , t'T. i , me.-t young maid that ap- I at" trying it for myself. When dress- r"iru" -"" 'r ea lor ine street or House i step 10 ine . . ' . a, il ceo ' ' T . . , , . . . . n.iunl t I (.una J , . ... L U, C ' . - .,11, J ,f U . j Mrs. , and try to look at myself as a stranger, and I eee many things to improve. It is a good thing to "see ourselves as others see us." Harper's Huzar. ,'i i.i : -s i f the IiUHie. whether in I ' y a i.i. '.xvidrff or injury, is ,'y it!.', ve! I,, the free appli'ar or i ha:'il,eiia!:i b l.inim' ht. This .1 tit 1- eijually v I :a!ile for inns r I s '. ' i r . : r i : rn. a:cl alAays affords i. i l:vf :jold h- all druggist!. pel-. 1- ! '' i It ii prbabie, says the Ohio State i Journal, our tastes are too much I chur.-ei to eujoy such a list of attrac : Jio:i.-, but one may im:igiue what fun I thev must have caused. Ocean Cannibals. Sur b fierce carnivorous fishes as exist la the depths if the oceuu are un l;no.". "t ti.e surface. There is a "Lciick ewaiiower w hich devours other n::v cre-atures ten times as big as it- Teething children have more or less diarrhoea, which can he controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-ra and Iiiarrhoea Remedy. Ail that is . necessary is to give the prescribed Self iiterany cumoing oer 119 v.cuui, uuk uier tacii operation o: ine m fr: with one jaw and then with the els more than natural at.U then castor other. Ar.ottier siec;es is nearly all oil to cleanse the system. It is eal'e i Ciou'.li. hs.vu-g.no .power. i k"." ahd sure. Sold Ly stil druggisU. l. . r-i x.t -i . s-.T k '" J i 1 ,'i ti .y Luc a Th3 EA2Y polkh I IVialies OilOtia L.fct Longest. f.F.DUITCO.,til U Easf A.. H. T. Lin lea, Oat, j2222aai frelB ) c lY'iriA