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DIES FOLLOWING OPERATION Bay State Executive Covers From Illness m m DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMJTTKJJ- MAN FROM PENNSYLVANIA, FRIEND OF BRYAN, SUCCUMBS TO IN. TESTINAL $£-, » m ir: I: W fc PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 31.--James Kerr, Democratic national commltteeraan from Pennsylvania, died at 12:40 o'clock thlS morning at his summer home in New Rochelle, following an operation,for an intestinal disorder, which had made him an Invalid for a year. His wife and sons were with him at the end. W. J. Bryan' visited Mr. Kerr last Monday and the latter was much elated over the visit of the Democratic nominee, but almost immediately afterward suffered a nervous collapse which greatly aggravated his already weakened condition. There have been several consultations of physicians within the last few days and it was determined yesterday that the only chance of saving Mr. Kerr's life lay In performing an operation. The operation ' w a s performed late yesterday afternoon, out the patient failed to rally after It. Mr. Kerr was born in Mlfflin County, Pennsylvania, in 1851. He received his education in the Pennsylvania schools and removed to Clearfleld, Pa., when a young man. He took an active part in the politics of the Democratic party, with w^ich he always has been identified, and was elected to the Fifty-first Congress in 1883. Mr, Kerr was Democratic state chairman during the Pattlson-Delameter gubernatorial campaign in Pennsylvania, one of, the rare occasions when the state went Democratic. It waa at this time that he was made a member of the Democratic national committee. In 1902 he" received the votes of the Philadelphia delegation and, other scattering votes for the Jiemocratlc .gubernatorial nomination although npt a candi- GOVERNOR GUILD, TIE IIP LI TAKE FIVE FROM NATIONALS I REPUBLICANS AND COLUMBIAS AUK NOW AT PAR FOR FIRST HONORS IN INDIANAFOLI8 BOWLING LEAGUE. INDIANAPOLIS STANDING. Columbia,! Marlona North Sides Nationals . . Turners Imperials Washington* 'Crescents ' Won. . . . 80 .. , 30 . . . 2 8 26 . . . 28 . . . 21 . . . in . . . 15 Lost. 18 18 30 23 26 27 38 33 Pot. . 6 2 f .625 .583 521 4 7 9 4 3 8 417 ,313 Warm Bryan Supporter. Mr. Kerr for many years was a personal friend of W. J. Bryan, and at the Democratic national convention of 1890 he was one of the foremost to urge Col. James M. Guffey, who was antagonistic to the silver plank in the Chicago platform, to turn for Mr. Bryan. When the Bryan boom was launched In this state this year Mf. Kerr was one of those who helped organize the Bryan League of Pennsylvania and at the Democratic convention in Denver be was chosen national committeeman frjpm Pennsylvania to succeed Col. Guffey in a caucus of forty-one members of the Pennsylvania delegates, thus assuring Bryan an organization In the state. ALLE0ED FORGER BROUGHT ' FROM EAST.TO-FACE TRIAL Harry yVHIlams, Alias A. C. Manning; Prisoner at Police Station, Unable to Give Bond. .Detective Frank Duncan returned last njght from Boston, Mass., with Harry alias A. C. Manning in custody. The latter was placed in the cell- fipuse at Police Station-under a charge of SBrgery and is held under a heavy bond, Which he was unable to furnish. " Williams, who claims Denver as his home, is the young man who was traced " · · - · · · · i t h a d cha a new at the New Co. It is Vllliams learned the names customers at the two stores and their names on checks which IK ff'om bpen ojf merchants game with The Marions by winning five games from the .Nationals last ntght in the Indianapolis Bowling League jumped into a tie for first place with the Columbias. I The Columbias, who previously led the 1 Marions by one game, found the Imperials j n. hard proposition and the best they could do was to win four games. The ; North Sides, who were tied with the Marions for second place lust week, divided honors with the Washlngtona, and the Turners and Crescents games BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 30.--The condl- resulted In an even break, tlon of Governor Guild, who was stricken j The high team score of the evening yesterday with gastritis, showed 1m- j was registered by the Marions In their first game, 989. The second best team score to be posted was hung up by the Columbias, second division, in their second game, 966, Twelve 900 totals featured the team work of the evening. The work of the Individuals was the best of the season up to date. Thirty- seven double centuries wore recorded by the Individuals. Brady of the Imperials led the field, with a grand count of 25S that e posted in 1 his third game. L. W. Cooper of the Marions wall second, w i t h a score of 246 that he registered in his first attempt. Pfafflln of the Columbias and Juday of the North Sides posted good Dr. Casaway Co., T. o CAS A WAY; M, D. The Reliable Established Specialist The Man Who Cures provement today. The Governor Is expected at the State House Monday.' MARCH FOR "UNCLE JOE" PARADE TWO MILES IX LENGTH AND MONSTBB MEETING AT DANVILLE, ILL., DISSIPATES IMPRESSION OF ILLINOIS "APATHY." DANVILLE, 111., Oct. 80.--In one of the most demonstrative rallies of the campaign voters from all over Vermilion County, paraded the streets of the city tonight in the interests of "Uncle Joe" Cartoon and the entire Republican ticket, both state and national. The demonstration was two miles in length 'and lasted more than an hour amid a display of flre- works. Trains on every railroad entering the city brought hundreds of visitors to Danville, who joined the thousands on the sidewalks and literally blocked the traffic. The Armory and Coliseum, the two largest halls In the city, were packed to the doors an hour before the speeches began. The speakers were Col. F. 0. Lowden of Chicago, Gen. O. 0. Howard of Vermont, Dr. C. Dinwiddie of Washington, D. C., former chairman of the executive committee of the Anti-Saloon League, and Speaker Cannon. Dr. Dinwiddie, who came to this city at the request of the local league chairman, in his address denied the charges made against him by Superintendent Baker of the National Association. Dr. Dinwiddie declared that his assertions, made when he was an ln the exonerating Cannon from the charges of having fought the Littlefleld temperance bill were absolutely true. He stated that he was r . * » . , . p esented to pay their bills. In return he i not a discharged employe of the league, was given change amounting to more as was asserted by Superintendent Baker, iban $100 for which he had drawn tho but that ha resigned his position so that ch £SJ?. s . a »ove the amount of the bills. ] he might take up the Prohibition move- Williams is a well-dressed young man. He asserts t h a t the woman who left Indianapolis with him is hia wife. He denies absolutely the truth of the charges and says he knows nothing of the checks. illiams and Ms wife are variety actors, ,e latter having been connected with lie show company at the Empire Theater two weeks ago. AVERAGE TEMPERATURE ' ° F MONTH 31 Weather Bureau Gives Interesting Facts About November for Last Thirty- Seven Years. 'With an average temperature of 31 degrees November of 1880 waa the coldest November in thirty-seven years, accord- Irig to a statement Issued yesterday by W. T. Blythe, section director, at the local Weather Bureau. In studying the one month during the period of thirty-seven years interesting facts were learned and set forth in the report. The normal or mean temperature was found to be 42 degrees. While November of 1880 was the coldest month, the one of 1902 was the warmest, when the average was 50, The highest temperature was 76 on Nov. 1, 1888, while the lowest was --6 oh Nov. 22, 1880 The average precipitation for the month wan 3.62 inches. The average number of clear days was 8; partly cloudy, 9, and cloudy, 13. f The prevailing winds were from the northwest, with aft average hourly velocity of ten miles. The highest velocity was fifty-eight miles-- a wind from the southwest on Nov. 21, 1906, RECOVERS STOLEN BICYCLE. Owner Excited When He Learns of Alleged Thief's Arrest. John C. Roffer, chief clerk in the Panhandle offices at Greenfield, couldn't talk fast enough to Capt. Edward S. Bray over v u J' ester day when he insisted that the Charles Edwards, alias Charles Acton, recently arrested, had stolen his iDicycle. The prisoner waa taken into custody several daVs ago by Capt. Bray, who found htm attempting to pawn a bicycle The department communicated with the factory, and agents traced the bicycle to a Greenfield owner. The Panhandle clerk Roffer ,said the roan robbed him of an overcoat as well as the bicycle. AUTOMOBILES DIRECTORY iflMiorbs Finch « Freeman, South Bniok- New York st. Cadillac Cftffl rill M 0«b«n Auto Co., »venne. I. ft J. Tires Inner Tire Shoe m e n t . l n Oklahoma. He did not touch on any politics, whatever, Col. Frank Lowden and Gen. HowartJ both delivered short speeches on Cannon and the Reasons why he should be returned to Congress. DESCRIBES HOLDUP IN COURT. Boy Robber Tells Judge Stubbs How Crime Was Committed. Earl Huddleson, a 16-year-old boy who was arrested ten days ago after a report of a holdup, told Judge Stubbs in the Juvenile Court yesterday how he held up F. M. Curtis In an alley after night and went through his pockets while his companion held the victim to keep him from escaping. Curtis was robbed of $46, and after the story was told In court yesterday young Huddleson was sentenced to " the reformatory at Plalnfield. Mailer Hay, 20 years old, Huddleson's companion, who was with him on the night of the robbery, is held pending an Investigation by the grand Jury. Young Huddleson told his story to Judge Stubbs with little show of concern. He said anu Hay saw Curtis In a saloon, later Curtis asked them to direct him to a number in the east part of the city, Under a pretense of guiding him to the place he wanted to go to, Huddleson declared they enticed him Into an alley and the robbery was committed. MOTTO: Under no · Iroumstnnoes will I accept a case I think Inour- able.-DR. CASAWAY. Are s t i l l t r e n t l n s r with tho continued skill t h a t has inude t h e i r names famous In nearly every home In the mlddlo West. N O T I C E -- D o not t h i n k t h a t because some so-called specialists chutw names every few months to ilil.-* or t h a t doctor or s a n i t a r i u m that all nre alike. Such places are usually owned arid operated by rnen who nre not physicians. They hire some cheap doctor who has a license so they c a n ' c o n d u c t t h e business under lib name as t h e y may see fit, and t h e n advertise t h i s p h y s i c l u n as such a great m n n . If he in such a "great m a n , " why d o n ' t he remain more t h a n n. few months In one place? We own and conduct our own office; sfe nil p a t i e n t s personally, and sire f u l l y responsible for any s t a t e m e n t wo may make Our business and office has been e s t a b - lished In tli« State since 1897. much longer t h n n any other advfTtislng physician in Indianapolis. OUR BEST R E F E R E N C E S -- A n y putle.nt we h n v o ever treated. W h y ? Because wo do a strictly s t r a i g h t forward business under our own name, We do not change n a m e of office every few months. No hir»d doctors to conduct our business. We treat all patients personally. I N V E S T I G A T E carefully before placing your case for t r e a t m e n t and learn who Is tho most responsible and reliable. Don't be deceived. FACTS: M e n , If you arc Jn nood of expert treatment nnd \ y a n t n cure, to stay cured, treat with Dr. Gasaway Co. only, and you will receive Xho best. We have no lire wles or h a l f - r a t e propositions ( l i m i t e d to a few days and then extended from tlmo to t i m e ) to offer you You always get b u r n t when you take treatment from one-half doctors. A G A I N , don't he deceived, Dr. Gnsaway A Co. h«. a great m a n y imitators, but you w a n t the best andi cure t h e r e f o r e y o u w i l l ( " i n s u l t y o u r best Interests t r e a t i n g only w i t h t h e most r e l i a b l e , oid-establlih SpedalistB, l)r, ( J n s H w a y fc Co. Our charges are t« s n n n r t l t in every CUSP u r h u n d r e d s of patients W g l a d l y t e s t i f y to our b u s i n e s s methods and sucoew our t r e n t n i H i t H . All \ve ask Is a t r i a l . If you have b« deceived hy o t h e r s , d o n ' t g i v e up, consult Dr. A Co. liofore It IN too l a t e , t o d a y , not next week, R E M . E M B E H -- P r , ( J a s a w a v A Co. t r e a t all P«l- Diseases of m e n . They HIV Specialists, true Speolallf not p r e t e n d e r s to c u r e all diseases, as m a n y claim do, IniI p o s i t i v e l y treat s u c c e s s f u l l y Varlcocele, Hydr ee.|p, R n p t u n ' , N e r v o u s D e b i l i t y , niood Poison, Stricture P r o s t n t l e Troubles, K i d n e y and Bladder Dlfleatei Losses, Emissions, Drains and all Special Troubles 01 in e n. H u n d r e d s of men b e f o r e c o m i n g to Dr. Oasaway ' w»re u n a b l o to a t t e n d to t h e i r d a l l y business or wor on t h i » verijo of n e r v o u s p r o s t r a t i o n , irritable,, det«pon e n t , memory poor, t i m i d , n n d . In fact, almost fU subjec f o r :in Insane a s y l u m . Y t H ' N O MF5N, M I D D L E - A G E ! M10N or OLD M l u N , are you in t h i s c o n d i t i o n ? If yo are, come to our office at once Wo w a n t to talk wl you. Yon d o n ' t h a v e to t a k e t r r a t m e n t . Come nnd 1 us give you ft word of a d v i c e , It w i l l co.it you n o t h l n Wo w a n t to sofi every man In t h i s S t a t e and surroundlni t e r r i t o r y who is t r o u b l e d w i t h any of the above com p l a i n t s . Como; wo m e a n y o u . We, will a d v i s e you « a brother. We w i l l do e v e r y t h i n g in our power to he you r i d yourself of the t r o u b l e , Call or w r i t e , at bnoi Do not delay. " P r o c r a s t i n a t i o n Is tho t h i e f 1 of time." All hiifilnoss B t r l c t l M ' o n f l d e n t l n I la one of our iron' clad rulBB. No e u r o ; no pay. Head motto. DR. CASAWAY fc CO, The 8. E. Corner Illinois and Market Streets. Across From Terminal Station Entrance on Market Street. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. OFFICE HOURS-Oa, m. to 5 p. m. Evenlngst Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. totals with scores of 283 and 232. Scores: TURNER ALLEYS. -First Division.-Columbia*. Garstang. 200 184 186 Mueller. . 142 178 178 Talbert.. 194 190 204 Kahlo 137 199 201 Goodwin. 170 1S9 148 Totals.. 84J 870 898 Imperials. » D e c k e r . . . 217 189 196 Murr 149 171 189 Rathbone. 183 131 165 Brady 171 155 258 0. Seid. . , 202 184 170 Totals, . 922 830 948 One Day's Statistics. --Second Division,-Columbia*. Imperials. C, Griffith 173 195 188 Pfafflln. .. 162 233 150 Budenbm. 132 158 202 H a v e l l c k , 196 178 202 Dollman,. 187 201 203 Clark 147 185 19fl Taylor 168 109 !6fi M e t c a l f . . . 143 154 160 Moore i f i j 188 128 Cost 204 211 180 Totals.. 827 907 830 BIRTHS. A l l e n and Ethel .Flshcr, M 0 8 N o r t h D«la- wAre, girl, Frederick F. and Flora B u r t o n , 1961 Hovey, boy. Totals.. 850 985 94S COLUMBIA ALLEYS. --First Division.-Marions. Nationals. Meyer. . .. 201 148 177 Brinkmyr 179 184 160 C a r t e r . . . 203 21X 181 Knox 224 189 164 Graft 182 179 186 Totals.. 989 913 857 Armstrng. 166 143 168 Slelken. , . 195 208 107 N e w l i n . .. Keeter. . . 180 173 125 15« 156 161 Baker. ... 202 176 166 Totals. . 899 844 772 --Second Division.-Marions. Nationals. W.Cooper 187 211 152 L.Cooper. 2 4 B 158 170 Louden.. 144 204 135 Matlock.. 180 172 143 Bryaon... 188 182 221 Coval 183 185 181 Ingersoll.. 161 162 177 Mayer 183 172 180 Chrohman 20B 172 197 Meier 146 184 164 Totals,. 82S 875 849 Totals.. 944 907 821 WASHINGTON ALLEYS. --Firtt Division.-- Turnert. Crescents. Bumb. ... 215 165 198 Field ..... 195 171 146 Brooko... 171 814 138 Vesper... 176 151 150 Schmidt.. Total*. Turners, 181 142 201 937 883 825 Pritchett. 170 185 215 FPUhrlng.. 154 128 162 Rlckonbch 148 169 I C O Wheeler.. 177 157 179 F o x . . . 180 201 149 Totals. . 829 820 865 Lauter... 200 204 187 Kunkel... 178 166 16B Orlnstlnr. 129 152 188 Norton... 152 179 149 C. Klnn«. 188 167 166 Totals.. 825 848 825 --Second Division.--· Crescents. Mlchaelis. 190 149 166 Meyer ---- 178 209 161 Kebler ---Weber. ... 163 183 183 148 170 146 Coval ..... 161 167 163 Totals.. 840 888 $19 MARION ALLEYS. --Flrit Division.-- lid h , an Real Estate Transfers. Co., 118 In West Market. jitlon a g?z Rambler pp «P»'« r Motor Car Co., tory, Wll-t_ Shelby it ftaA G1J ' son Auto Co - 238 Mamachuftett* Mw V __ avenue. Indianapolis Motor £ar Co., 410 23 E»»t Market ni. Jesse M. Williams to Charles F. Munsch, lot 821', Holliday's Oarfleld Park addition, 37V4xl27 feet, vacant, south Bide Comer avenue, east of Shelhy street'. $875,00 John C. Perry to A. W. Taylor, lot 10, Lemoine's Pleasant View addition, 39*--· feet, Improved, north Bide Terrace avenue, east of State avenue. .1.200.00 Elizabeth W. Landes to Theodore H. Pfafflln, trustee, lot 54 and east half BU, Keystone Park a d d i t i o n , 60x1,42,15 f f e t . improved, north sirta Thirty-first street, east of Rader street 1.00 Theodore H. Pfafflln, trustee, to Elizabeth W. Landes st al., same t r a c t . . . , 1.00 A n t h o n y J. Lauck, guardian, to George W. Bailey et al., two-sevenths i n t e r est lot 19, Howland «t al.'s sub., 34x 134 feet, Improved, east side Madison avenue, north of Raymond s t r e e t , . .191.46 Same, as trustee, to same, five sevenths Interest, same 478,55 Wabash Realty Company to Owen L. Miller, lot 158, Heywood's second Park addition, 45x130 feet, vacant, west side Pennsylvania street, north of Twenty-seventh street 1,350.00 William R. Seltz to Christian J. Emhardt, trustee, part lot 17, -Robaon et al.'s addition, 40x83 f««t, improved, south Side New York street, west of La Balle street 1.00 Christian J. Emhardt, trustee, to Will i a m R. Selta flt ux., same 1.00 Carl C. Pritr.hard to Hamilton Lumber Company, lot 90, Clark et al.'s first a d d i t i o n , West Indianapolis, 36x136 feet, improved, eact side Chase street, north of Oliver avenue : . . . 2 . 5 Q O . O O Melvln R. H u n t e r to Sarah A. Crall, lot SIS. North Tuxedo a d d i t i o n , 40x 13f*V6 fe.et, v a c a n t , wogt side Ltnwood a v e n u e , n o r t h of M i c h i g a n s t r e e t . . , ,150.00 W i l l i a m W. Scott to John M. Scott, lot 7, Losey'fl Collepn avenue adrlltlon, fiBullC feet, I m p r o v e d , southwest corner CoUoge a v e n u e and Twenty sev- e n t h street 7,000.00 Joseph L. B a k o r to W i l l i a m M. Baker. lot 2 0 1 , J u l i a n pt o.l 's sub., I r v l n f f ton, 6 0 x 1 3 0 f e e t , v a c a n t , s o u t h f i d e f r r p p n f l e l d ftvenuo, east of R l t t e r nve , 1.00 .Inmefl L. n i i z z H r d to John H. R o t h o r t , lot 202 S t o n e et al.'s nub. o u t l o t 9*5. p t r . t n x l 2 r t f e e t , Improved, south sldf L e x I n R t o n avenue, wpst of B r a d s h a w strcf. 3 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 Frank R. P h l l d p r s to Earl p. R u s h , lot 1 6 2 , T l l f o r d rt a l ' s Kast End aW|, t l o n , Irvlnisrton, v a c a n t , enst «Mo Sheridan street, s o u t h of .lull/in avo SOO.OO L a w r p n r e H l t t l e t o Nova Warle, o r e h n l f I n t e r e s t l o t 2 R , F a c t o r y Ptirk a d d i t i o n . B 5 x I 3 f i feet, v n r a n t . tvaet s i d e K f t r h am street, n o r t h of f n l v ^ l f t p e s t r e f t SOO.OO Lydlfi B a n n a n to A u i r u a t O S t u c k , i n f y p r . lot 11. s q n « r p . 1 7 . ftruty's ad d l M o n , S ' ^ i x H r t f i i t , I m p r o v e d , onst n l d p F/ost M f f P t . s o u t h o f low.i f t . 1 . 4 B O O O T h o m n s J. H a m i l t o n to f * p r n - p r R Quick ot al , p o r t l o t n 13 and 50, M r C a r t y ' s f i r s t West R l d r a d f l l t l o n , 4 8 x SO f e e t . Improved, s o u t h s i d e H o w a r d s t r e e t , east o f R o l n n e r s t r e e t , . . . 4 , 5 0 0 0 0 North Sides, B u r t o n , . . 169 111 1(6 Rica 176 1»7 156 Rumpler. 148 147 146 Zim 149 Evans 165 171 162 Juday 232 187 Totals,. 797 S7S 7971 Totals.. 827 868 875 --Second Division,-North Sides. Washlngtons. Washlngtons. Morgan... 182 172 149 Boyle 146 188 181 Klrkwood, 100 1«4 169 Bush 172 181 172 Ray 168 193 204 Ross 171 199 223 Hopkins.. 200 210 167 R a n d a l l . . 192 195 171 Brown. .. 202 200 164 S m i t r f . . . . 178 IBS 1«4 Totals.. 943 962 889 Hardle. .. Koelllng. Blume, , . Meyors. . R o m e r . . . 208 154 180 199 168 117 186 158 170 163 163 187 ISO 208 193 Totals. . 948 849 846 TWO MAKE CLEAN SWEEPS. Crushers and Holiteri Ara Winners In Coal Dealers' League. The Crushers and Holders each made a clean sweep of their series last night In the Coal Dealers' League, and the Trimmers won two sames from the Loaders. The high team score of the evening was posted by the Crushers in their first grarne, 752. The best Individual score to be recorded was rolled by Meyer of tho Loaders In hie first game, 189. Scores: PASTIME ALLEYS. Miners. Crushen. Myers. ... 1B7 124 117 Marshall. 157 127 ,93 M a x w e l l . . Ill 181 115 Hunnicut 136 138 141 Goepper.. 146 131 138 Totals,, 705 651 604 Breakers. " M a l o t t . . . 107 92 97 Goepper.. 10S 158 100 R u n e c k e . 122 132 124 Totals.. 334 382 321 Loaders. Vftldenlre 106 107 132 Huey 168 125 148 Baler 135 177 1GS Vldlnir Jr. 169 124 Hit P l « m a n . . . 141 99 117 Shepard.. 189 130 130 Total*. . 762 655 682 Holsters. S k i n n e r . . . 181 138 132 Aldag. . . . 123 1'69 130 M o r g a n . . . 136 ifis 174 MARRIAGE LICENSES. George I/. Barrr-tt ami .H'sslo (?. ,JCBH«, Max G e l l m a n and M i r i a m B a r r e t t . David B. Hoyt and N a n c y A. K l n n e y . DEATHS. William A. A r t h u r , 62, 1 2 4 7 South Meridian, disseminated sclerosis. Louvina H i l l , 9, 2 2 5 u Bellcfontalne, inter- m i t t e n t fever. Elizabeth Jackson, 85, Cumberland, accidental car Injuries. Fern Wright, 7, 1705 Lookwood, epilepsy. John H. Dittman, 78, 1804 N o r t h Senate, acute b r o n c h i t i s . Margaret S. Johnson, 71, 21 M o u n t , carcinoma of stomach. NEW SUITS FILED IN COUNTY COURTS, C I R C U I T COURT, Higher Court News. constable. P e t i t i o n to be re-leased from bond. William M. Ogbovn. 172S4. Enos R. Snytler vs. W i l l i a m J. Bar ger et al. To quiet t i t l e . J o h n s o n , M e h r l n g . *. SUPERIOR r'OURT. --Room 1,-7 7 2 1 4 . J. Fred Masters, receiver of I n d i a n a , Ohio I l l i n o i s R a i l w a y , vs. GcorgH Abb l t t et al. On stock, C a l l l o E. K l n n o y . --Hoom 3.-77211. Max Blumberg: vs. Cortez Dlckcrson fit H!. To foreclose c h a t t e l mortgage, N. E. Carter. --Room 4.-77212. A n n a L. G r i f f i t h VB, M i l t o n R. Saxton et al. A p p e a l f r o m J. P. court. --Room u.-- 77218. A n d r p w J, Reed vs. W i l l i a m M. Cochran. P e t i t i o n to clear p r i v a t e r i g h t of way. Frank M. Hay. BUILDING PERMITS. Peter Derlett, dwelling, Le Grande and East, ?1;200. M l n n l * M. Herring, dwelling, F r a n k l i n , near Newton, $900. S. L. Bernlnger, shed, 2 8 5 6 Hopo, $30. Home B u i l d i n g and R e a l l y C o m p a n y , dwelling, Oakland, near E l e v e n t h , $ 2 , 0 0 . Paul Riodel, cottage, 1407 South State, 11.200. Ida B, Schooley, double, 122 South Elder, 82,000. F. W. Spracke M a c h i n e Company, addition, 589 Madison, $ 2 , 0 « 0 . Anderson Forging Company, office, Roosevelt and W h e e l e r , $800. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ROUTINE. F I N A L ASSESSMENT ROLLS A P P R O V E D . Senate, from S i x t e e n t h to T w e n t y - f i r s t , re- s u r f a c i n g roadway w i t h b l t u l i t h l c , Emerson, f r o m W a s h i n g t o n to M i c h i g a n , brick roadway, curb, drain and graded walks. Local sewer In first a l l e y north of T h i r t i e t h , from Barnes to E l m i r a . TWO ALL-PROFESSIONAL GAMES ON FOR TOMORROW Louie Durham Will Lead One Band Against A. B. C.'i, and Reserves W i l l Also Play E x - L e a g u e Stars. Two all-professional baseball games ara scheduled for I n d i a n a p o l i s tomorrow afternoon. Louie Durham will lead a band of minor and major league stars against tho A. B. (Vft at N o r t h w e s t e r n Park and M a n - aj?er QutMisaer of the Rcnerves a n n o u n c e s that a n a l l - p r o teum w i l l a l H o play a g a l n o t tho Reserves at B r i g h t o n Beach. SUPREME COURT. ABSTRACTS AND ACTIONS. Interstate Coiumarco -- Delivering ExpreM Packages. 21173. State ex rcl. Railroad Commission vs. Adanii Expresa Company. Marlon 8. C. 2 1 1 7 4 . Same vs, A m e r i c a n Express Company. M a r l o n 8. 0. 2117!. Samo vs. U n i t e d K t a t f i a Kxpresa Company. M a r i o n H. 0 Rehearing denied. Olllett, C. J. (1) Under tho common law, the p r l m a facie d u t y of tin express company to d e l i v e r packages IB «ubject to Its r i g h t , In good f a i t h , to tint reasonable limits w i t h i n w h i c h It w i l l deliver, and to make I t s contracts and fix lt« ohnrgos w i t h reference t h o r e t o , and such delivery l i m i t s need not always, neoesBarlly, be the city limits. (2) Tho s t a t u t e w h i c h requires tho froe delivery of all express paoKafjos in cities of 2 , B O O I n h a b i t a n t s or more, enacted by the I n d i a n a Legislature, therefore, adds to tha common law duties of express companies, and IB i n v a l i d as an a t t s m p t to regulate interstate s h i p m e n t s BO far as it applies to interstate shipments. , Privileged Wltne»«--WiUver--Second Trial. 20975. P,, C,, C, fit, L. Railway Company vs. O'Connor. Johnson C. C. Reversed. Monks, J. (1) W h e r e tho p l a i n t i f f nt tho first t r i a l of a suit for personal I n j u r i e s , n e g l i g e n t l y i n d i c t e d , called as a witness the Burgeon who treated h i m I m m e d i a t e l y a f t e r his I n j u r y , and cnused him to t e s t i f y as to w h a t ho learned al t h u t i m e ho was called to see p l a i n t i f f at the hospital, and (on cross-examination) concerning th« I n t o x i c a t i o n of p l i i l n t l f f at t h a t time, p l a i n t i f f ' s waiver of the privilege of ex- c l u d i n g the t e p t l m o n y of such surgeon, u n d e r Hec, 605, B u r n s 1, 1901, can not bo w i t h d r a w n , b u t c o n t i n u e s u n t i l t h o case is f i n a l l y disposed of, and the defondunt may call and examine him as a witness to p r o v o such drunkenness at a eub»«- q u e n t t r i a l of the same oaso. (2) E v i - dence t h a t p l a i n t i f f was I n t o x i c a t e d at and I m m e d i a t e l y a f t o r t h o tlmo when defendant's t r a i n struck him was competent on the question of c o n t r i b u t o r y negligence, 6278. Mltchoiltree School T o w n s h i p vi. Carnaha-n et al. Lawrence 0, C. Appellant's p e t i t i o n to transfer to Supremo Court denied. 0 2 4 8 . City of Indianapolis et al. vs. City Bond Company. Marion 8. C. Apellant c i t y ' s p e t i t i o n to transfer to puprem« Court denied, f 6971. Tousey vs. f t t y of I n d i a n a p o l i s ot al, M a r l o n S. C. Appellant's p e t i t i o n to advance d e n i e d . SUPREME COURT MINUTR8. 21352. W l g s i n s vs. State of Indiana. Oibson f\ C, A p p e l l a n t ' s brief. 2 1 2 5 0 . Southern I n d i a n a Railway Company, et al. v«. R a i l r o a d Commission of Indiana. L a w r e n c e C. C, Appellants' p e t i t i o n to a m e n d original brief and notice for Oct. 30. "I AM COMPLETELY This is the Unanimous Declaration of All Afflicted Who Art Dismissed by Dr. Lnckett, the Only Sp cialist in Indianapolis Who Permanently Cures STRICTURE BLOOD POSSO VARICOCELI HYDROCELE Also Piles, Rupture, Nervous De and Diseases of the Kidneys, BU dei* and Prostate Gland. IMPORTANT TO SUFFERE 8. E. LUCKETT, ,M. D'. The Leading Specialist. d o u b t as to who r»r,pef!tlve Smith. Cooney... 89 »4 98 118 Eaglafleld 125 182 166 J o n e s . . . . 110 Meyer Jr 116 188 Totals.. 624 462 805 Totals. . 440 470 43(5 Trimmers, C. Meyer.. 151 112 110 Marnhall.. 113 145 124 A. Meyer.. 08 74 96 George,.. 106 Aldaf 130 Cooney 163 145 Total*. . 597 494 475 City News in Brief. Demagogue or Statesman -- "Demagogue or Statesman" will be the subject of the sermon tomorrow night at the Third Christian Church by tho Rev Harry G. Hill. Card Party and Dance--The Ladles' A u x - iliary to the Butchers' Society will give There deems to h- 1 w i l l U n a u p o n t h e clubs, as D u r h a m and Quel8nr-r are p o s i t i v e t h a t S u m m e r s , R u s h , J i « i K p r a n d o t h e r s w i l l b e r t t t h n d i f f e r e n t places a t t h e -same t l m o , A t a n y r n t o , t w o games a r e n c h n d - u l ^ d and ns t h T e ae^ms to be enough t a l e n t to go a r o u n d t h f p a t r o n s of the tir'irt w i l l havf an o p p o r t u n i t y to see a c o u p l e of good games, DR. GANT DEFEATS HOLMES. R u n s Out String of 175 W h i l e O p p o n e n t ! M a k e s 99. | Holmes was c o m p l e t e l y off funn last n i g h t j a n d D r . Gant w o n t h n b i l l i a r d m a t c h I n t h n Board of Trade t o u r n a m e n t w i t h e^Bp. r u n out a s t r i n g of 175 w h i l e Holmes h a d APPELLATE COURT. ABSTRACTS AM) ACTIONS. Change of Venue--Inference From Inference. 6 4 4 3 , E v a n a v i l l o Metal Hed Company VB. l,oge, PoiKy C, C. Reverted. Rnbb, C. J. ( l ; If wao not «n'or to deny defendant a chang* 1 of venue from Posey C o u n t y upon his a p p l i c a t i o n by affidavit, etc., where tho record shows t h a t plaintiff procured a c h a n g e f r o m V a n d e r n u r f f County to Gibson C o u n t y , and that afterward defendant requested a change from ttiat c o u n t y to Pospy C o u n t y , and It wa« grunted upon ( i K i ? o m e n t of tho partlea w i t h o u t an affi- d a v i t , one rhangro being all that d e f e n d a n t wan s n t l t l o d to, however he procured It. 2 ) W h e n circumstantial evidence IB rellnd nn to provo a /act, the circumstances thern- Bflv»i8 must be proved, and not merely In- fnn-fd or presumed. (8) An Inference can not be baaed on an Inference, and wh«r$ it i n o n l y by I n f e r e n c e from circumstance* t h a t the Iron mold f r o m w h i c h melted Iron was o p l o n h o d into p l a i n t i f f ' * oye* wax I d e n t i f i e d a m o n K eighteen molds j u u t f t l l k o · as tho onS w h i c h wan repaired, luch I n - f p r e i i c o w i t h a d d i t i o n a l c i r c u m s t a n c e s can j n o t - b o m f i d f t.n support a neconcl I n f e r e n c e t h a t «uch m o l d wna a t l l ! hot w h e n It. was t n i c f n t o b e r d p n l r p d , n n d t h l o , w i t h c l r - r u m R t P n c f s to support a t h i r d I n f e r e n c e t h a t t h « i mold wn.ii a r t i f i c i a l l y cooled, nnd t h i s w i t h r M r c u m s t a n r o s t o support a f o u r t h I n i ^ r n n f " t h a t nuch c o o l i n g cauoed t h e Iron t o B p l n s h a n d InJura p l a i n t i f f , 6fi!in, V u n t h l s et al. vs, tru«teoB Second Bap- H u t f ' h u r c h of Tndlanapolls. Marlon C. C, p p t l t l n n of appellee, John Thurman, to w i t h d r a w opinion, etc., overruled. fi?54. Bottorff vs. Bottorff, Scott O. C. App e l l a n t ' s application for oertlorarl granted and w r i t Issued. 6 B 1 0 . -7,wolg vg. Zweifr, Lake C. C. Appoll«e'8 In anrmtmrliiff myself fin a phyi of t n f i r l t , w i t h a reputation as a p d t o n t , rollabln mid modern specla ask no m n n t u trout w i t h me ui has BatlHflpil lilmfiolf t h a t I can t h u l I Halm. My modern met,h( t n m t l n g Pelvic untl Private plseai men are absolutely the , and moBt reliable «vor nortected i cure of Blood Poleon. Piles, R« F Insure, F i s t u l a , Stricture, V«H Hydrocele, Functional WeaknMi, phy, Kidney, Skin, Bladder and tnto Troubles, My. methods sflre tl" growth of 10 years spont In the hospitals, dispensary, special p, teaching and Ideas propounded b T sdnntlfttB, all contributing to tji feci ion of the methods I omplfjy nn mo to nny In by me for treatment, I CA CURE The Many Cured Patients w«' have dismissed aftor coming to us almost physical and financial bankrupt! from treating with others, and the many iufferers who come to us from friends of theirs who have recommended our treatments, are LIVING EVIDENCES of our superior methods for curing Pelvic Diseases of Men. CURE OR NO PAY-ABQOLUTELY NO FEE 18 CHARGED UNLESS I8FACTION 18 GIVEN. Every patient It given a written guarantee to f every dollar paid for services If they do not receive a complete, lifelong and entire satisfaction, and I have made a deposit In K leading Indfln Trust Company to socure any contract that Is not fulfilled CONSULTATION KJRKW, CONFIDENTIAL- AND INVITFD treatment at horn* a f t e r ono personal e x M m l n n t i o n . Term*i a w t reasonable a» to suit the convenience of any one applying for not treat elsewhere u n t i l you have Investigated my methods *L» 9 to h 5° UrH: D W H n B lh " Weikl 9 t0 12 1 l ° 6l 7 to 8; s "»»dSr»." to i; Fr DR. S. E. LUCKET liy,W. Market St. Indianapolis, In mac AMUSEMENTS. ELECTION RETURNS FROM THE STAGE-GRAND ft MAJES Alw *7 lhe Bent Sbtw at the 6ru4 Six Little Girls and Teddy Bear " .. J-mo. If. Cullin WtUnnl A Oond Fm-f«|.T«/of Trio Mmurlc, 6, Oimk* , WtHur Wa{i(«0M* A Co. KlnoHnmti ay Good Stats 26o MAJESTIC Mntlneea Hon., Wt«., Than, ud FOREPflUQH STOCK petition for cerliorarl granted and writ accumulated 99. Dr. Q a n t ' « high run of 2o was o.bout the only piece of Rood work done, wtth the exception of oecamonal (food shots. Holmen had a hlsrh run of 1Z and an average of leg« t h a n t w o , w h i l e (Want's 2 39-08. The m a t ^ h cloned the f n r t h e week, t h e n e i t t o u r n e y contest bei n g » c h » d t i l e d f o r M o n d a y n i g h t . 4, B, 0, 9, o. 1, a eudhre and dance Sunday evenlner, Nov. 1, at WaJhalla Hall, East Washington street. Friends are I n v i t e d , H e a r i n g Postponed--Dr. Edwin S. Knox, deputy coroner, will n o t take any _ . . , . ,, . , , , dence In the death of Mrs. Joseph J a r k - i n' o' o' 4,' o ' ft' ] ' «'--175 son, who wa* run down by a Terre ' Hirh run'. 20. Haute, Indianapolis Eastern traction ' car, u n t i l Monday. The body W«R shipped yesterday to C i n c i n n a t i , where, relative* reside. The scoron: ( » n n t -- 2, 0, 0, 0, 5. 2, n, 4, 1, 0, 5, o v i - ; ?' |' 2H 'o % B 'n °n ' ' ' ' ' ' 0, 1, 0, n, 4, 9, 1. f), a. 1, B 'o % ' '' I' ' ' ' ' n j i. " o, o, «. o, 6 . o. o, 4, 2 i a 2 n 4 2 n 4 i i 4 3 i 12 2 3, 4, o. o 4, n, o,' i.' i. 3 ft 3.' Cooler. 0, ·». 2, Higrh . i. 1 , -, I- - 9 9 . run. 1 2 . R n f p r A vf- o -- H a r r y Theft of Barrela Charged-- Under a $1,500 bond, James Williams, alias .Tames Wales, alias James 8en.y. a colored i man who gave fiS9 Indiana avenue nn ! his hom,e, Is in the C i t y Prison a w a i t - ing; a Police Court hearing this m o r n Ing on charges of burglary and petit larceny. Me is charged with stealing I Crack I n d e p e n d e n t Football A t h l e t e s Will b a r r e l s - Ft. Wayne Iron and Stoal Company v.i, Pornoll. Dekrvlb C. C, A p p e l l a n t 1 * pell- t l o n for c o r t l o r a r l granted find w r i t issued. 6 7 0 7 . Hord «t nl. vs. McCarthy, OHIIH C. (\ Appollo.nta' p e t i t i o n to amend assignment of errors granted and amended assignment niod. 6 9 0 7 , City of H u n t l n * t o n v«. C l l n e ot al. H u n t l n p r t o n C. C, A p p o i l a n t ' » p e t i t i o n to make certoJn parties appolleeH granted and n.ppellant'8 p e t i t i o n fnr notice by p u b l i c a - t i o n g r a n U d a n d n o t l o e lunuod. M!M;TK8. 6 S f l l I n d i a n a p o l i s R o u l h n r n Railroad Comp a n y vs K h p f l M a r l o n C. C. A p p e l l a n t ' s r»- p l y b r l P f flflfcR ' J n l o d o , St. lyouls W e n t o r n Railroad I ' n m p n n y V B . Landers. administrator. M a r l o n ('. C, A p p e l l a n t ' s h r l o f . 7 0 O B S n y d e r f t n l \ K . t h e O r e n n d a l o Land c o m p a n y . [ " n r h o r n r . ( ' A p p e l l a n t s ' brief. fi'73 H o l U et, nl VB Fonslpr nt al ("(ins C. C. H i l f f of W R Dorin, H e r t h a and A d c l h e r t f i l r d o n m o t i o n t o B t r t k o o u t f o r m e r brlof. MAPLETON TEAM ORGANIZES. M a s o n i c Home Fund--Mra O. I, will sth'e fl Halloween Go After Title. original and Boml profpsiilnnnl FOREIGN DRIVERS ARRIVE FOR GRAND PRIZE RACE "The Sign of the Cro N»{ Vnk-lki Hftrry "ABi m k MA ENGLISH'S This Afternoon and Tonight "THE RIGHT OF WAY" 5^=5 A Mh m A A. ftf ^. ._* Bk^. ^ _* .. ^^ Saata N»w Kaatly . 11.00, m, 00o, PARK THEATIR David HigginsinGapt,GlayofM!$ ,, . . B r e r y b o d y f O M t o t h a P a r k . Mat. Thar., and Sat, Good seat. ana r». B M P E 81* WILLIAMS' IMPERIAL EXTRA M'He Gcnac'* Artttta* Models in LIVING PICTUBE Ne«t Attractlon-THE TIQER LILIEg ··*·**** Indianapolis Musical and Entertainment Cony C A L E B M I L L S FIRST NUMBE FlttST NUMBER SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER for ?·". anil to h« entire courno. Tloknti now on ·* WLJLSCHNER-STEWART MUSIC COMPANY Aslfln.nd a v e n u e for the M n p o n i c Home ' o r R ! i n l 7 ' 0 f l n l f u n d , ghc w i l l he a n s l s t e d by t h r r n ^ m - i ' lnt th rn '" f " r font ? l o s t 'light nnd w i l l t h n p(ntr- c h a ? n n ! o n Nazzaro, Among Number, Brings With Which H« Won Florlo Transfers. 1 8 : r o n * l d » r a t l o n . . . . 1 2 8 , 8 0 0 . 0 0 Rapid ¥u _ White Steamer Hearuey \VlUls Co.. 113117 W. Market. Ilcarmr-WiUls Co., 118.117 W. Market. BOYS ELECT B R Y A N AND KERN. Ry a vote of 40 to 32 W. .1. Bryan and John W. Kern were elected to the highest offioo w i t h i n the grift of the people, last n l f f h t , by the working hoys who study at the Y. M. C. A. Boys' Preparatory School. The hnyp are being; t a u g h t some of the principl mid ojvica, and es of modern g o v e r n m e n t and thfi election WAR held for t h e i r enlightenment upon t h o m a n n e r of choosing the head of the Government. Sample ballot^ wore used and the boy's were Instructed to vote according to their to a n In nummn « u p p r - r . p u m p k i n s , a n d 3 f r v f d In t l i n n n d t r i c k s w i l l h o p l a y e d . M i s s i o n C i r c l e R a l l y Th" Y o u n g W o i n n n ' s M i s s i o n C l r r l p o f tlv T h i r d r h r l s - t l a n Chu.-oh. T h i r t e e n t h a n d A s h l a n d a v e n u e , w i l l e n t e r t a i n t h e c i r r l e « o f t | i j r i t y tomorrow at 2:30 There w i l l b£ n s y m p o s i u m on tha " I d e n l s of Mission W o r k , " I n c l u d i n g ' T ' l r r l e I d e n l f l , " "Dreper S p i r i t u a l i t y . " " W h o a r e E l i g i - ble," " V a r i e t y In Programs." "Tiirle Mnsdc" a n d " K I T e r t l v r C e n t e n n i a l ' P l a n s . " r)f t h p In n n ' S l d « Oom \ f n i ' l r , r i r u n l v t ·· i f p o r : R ^ ^ l h n ' P p n \ v r - p V f i n m ( , , n , , p pl f t nns '"III p l n v n t t h f S u i t I rrioitlrf; a l l r i lif pM irir '· r 'r,,- n n F ,-,.' t| ) r . p i n t . . Ti,.. H ,..,-,.- w t ' l ii|ny th~' f l f « t pninp nnci t h f «'lll hook up w i t h flnnth'"' rnrk (f-nni st rii(T(rlP i i ' l d t f n I , a l,o r n i \t · m ' · · ' h M i i" M-i 'i Car r t r i v f T F w h o a r c t o t a k f p i i r t I n t h « I n t o r n n t l ' - ' i i a l (rraiKl prl7,r vtice nf t h n \ ' I ) h f f A m n r l ' / n , In hf h o l f l nt HowAshenback Got Mr. Covaleski's 'Goaf I/ong live Covaleskl! T h a t ' s the rharn- plon Cubs' w a t r h w o r d . It was his proweHB that h e l p e d t h e m w i n t h o pen- n a n t h y d e f e a t i n g t h e ( J l a . n t H t h r e e times In five d a y s , in r e c o g n i t i o n of hlo work, w h i c h p a v e t h e m n a l l r e of t l i e m o n e y in i EITIIKR p: CARRiAft LIYIW BA9IA HORACE F.WOOOfl 4« MONUMEWT PLAOB ' ; t h f w o r l d ' s tiio players nrr^ making V ^ ^ U h ^ n » U F^;;' , . n , r l ! L TM"V H o n ° n '' W l " ^ """ "' f l n f l " d f l l o - n unmet t w e n t y southpaw when he came to th« " Tear? wprang to t h e hlg fellow'sfly, ho nhniptly q u i t the game and to T ' K ' · ! , ( -i f , | , Irl', I'ljf r ..lit In RM11 liifl \jt]pt\ ;. H h ' i i v H i t Ill^al (mil D u r a y N'n/ ·/;'··. " l - n |i « ' f l a ' - i i r - i l In n u tomnhl'lln g r l r - c ;. » as nn«' "t t i , " (·:»«(.-.it n i j t ' - i m n i i i i f , holm*- T - . I ' P tn t h f - w ^ r k l . 'i:i'. h r ^ u p - h t w i t h him t h p (.·e 'r-, v | i | . - ) i !m. \ v c i n i h f Florin C ' v i p In I t a l v n ° n vni I ^ MOTOCYCLE RACE CALLED OFF A l l flvn w i l l ,-- k to f o , K n v n n n a h ih,M,,. ."!·-« n*xt w i t h t h, I DECLINES TO BECOME BISHOP. , Baker and Sink Will Not Meet on Track T h i s F a P . Thr imlr.ryrlr rn f hnl .( f - f p F , r \ \ l n M O N T R E A L , Oct. 30. - T h e R t . Rev. ' " " ' I ,Iol iii".y S i n k h n s Cosmos Gordon Lang, the bishop of Stepny, has o.abled his declination of the invitation to tho Montreal diocese of tho Anglican Church to become bishop. The. diocesan synod will proceed to another ' O i l o f f · f t h r . t h e p ' n i p f i on (if i o n n t I I I n d o i i l i t f u ! K t h o r r w i l l h o u n y I ' f j c l u B t h l c BoiiBoii, 'i he iifnmc IB on boom, h o w e v o r , n n d h o R l n n l n K next a number O f Rood m e f t s w i l l bo held. GIBNEY C H A R G E S SPEEDING. A l f r e d ( J . O n t e s , |s|r, \,,rth Illinois s t r e e t , WHH n r r e f t i e d Inst nlftht by M o t o cycle Offlfcr (;ilnif'' on si rhurge of ix- rewfir.l. ' a l l o w e d Johnstown to 'win C o v a l e s k l Is a Pole and rloes not speak ; The players wondered for a lOfl* a Rrr-at d e a l of K n f t l l . i h . He can tinder- w h n t Ashenbaek had written Oti tR » t n n d most of w h a t is B ald to h i m , birt ', P?r, h u t they couldn't (ret a wot-rf" In the heat nf b a t t l e the "conching" o f ' Covaleskl. 'They finally grew «d men nn MoOraw m n k e s no linpre.H- ! este.d In the matter that two Of th§i l on his m i n d , Most of the "talk" i t h e slip of paper to an educated POi ''Mac" hands out at such t i m e s Is | ankod nim to translate It not of the k i n d t h a t a man Mkes to hear, i a Bmlle nnd told them ' were, "Bark to the mihe^ It seems that OovMeskl, not- ti . . . . . - . ftandlnsf haaeball customs, about the p f R t . ' · · - · T!p t o d a t e t h e o n l y m a n w h o has I n e e t t l i G t t h e big \ s h o n h f i r k . - n a n . - i K e r of die . J o h n s - ' town r l u h . A,« e v e r y b o d y k n o w s , A s h - enbnck Is the m o s t p i c t u r e s q u e man on : the d i a m o n d , He la g n i d to he the , t, , wh , en n1 f '7» Be '' t" *^va le P kl. He doesn't u n d e r w t a n d most of I t , nnd doean'^ , Jie would have to go back and ul ''- -'»» -J ----TM ·· · · t h e ( l a t e s t a u t o f o r Delaware street last . Baker Intends to get a mav.hine Hko Huyok'i facer and go Into the game In tho yftiing man made a speed of thirty-eight miles an hour, according to the dial of hit speedometer. ' , - - , . -, ( . . * . . T. . . , . . , , , , . . . . ,^, . ^ . ,,-, i f f t i t i i i i p , » t v i i ^ r 1 1 4 4 1 Olbnoy followed j n i e f l t man that ever got on the coachlne squares on N o r t h ' ·· - night when, he. line. One day beaten by Been to write something on a piece of while his Covaleskl club waa bolng Ashonback was paper In Polish and heind it to the great a figure ot NOT A riQURfe OF Baltimore American. Asstfltant--Hoxv could yoii dumpy little woman she hftfl form, madame? , Dressmaker--That, my A«8tf,