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There's a n e w a n d strange cult in N e w York, says t h e E v e n i n g Mail. It numbers a m o n g its disciples wellk n o w n society folk, a n d i t s chief apostle is Mrs. A s o Neith Cochran, f o u n d e r of t h e A s o N e i t h c r y p t o g r a m , w h i c h b y t h e m e r e c h a n g i n g of a p e r s o n ' s first n a m e t o a c c o r d w i t h the d a t e of h i s o r h e r b i r t h , e n a b l e s a n y one to b e or do anything a n d everything. T h e A s o Neith c r y p t o g r a m clinches a disciple fast t o success like a n u m b e r four double spring steel trap. Moreover once applied, it never lets go. It also cures disease, m a k e s bad.figures good a n d assures happy a n d productive marriages. The n e w system w a s expounded by i t s f o u n d e r a t t h e h o m e of M r s . J a m e ? Dunlop .Smith, 34 G r a m e r c y park. Wednesday afternoon, and among those present were: L e e D e F o r r e s t , i n v e n t o r of t h e D e Forrest wireless; Paulding Farnum, of-Tiffany & C o . ; L a d y G r i d l e y r of t h e English court; Mrs. Harold Ritchie, Mrs. Elizabeth Lindsay, Mrs. Hugh P e n t e c o s t , w i f e of t h e l a t e H u g h P e n tecost; Miss E t h e l Newcombe, the pianist; D. W . P y e , vice-president of the Safety C a r H e a t i n g a n d Lighting company; Miss Florence K e a , Lieut, and Mrs. John Howard, son-in-law a n d d a u g h t e r of G e n . Chaffee, and M r s . J a m e s D u n l o p S m i t h , w i f e of t h e p r e s i d e n t of t h e R a d i o W i r e l e s s c o m pany. A r t h u r H a r t m a n , t h e violinist, also a devotee; Louis Kretzman, vice-presi d e n t of t h e S c h e p p C o c o a c o m p a n y , and Augustus Thomas were unable to be present. T o b e i n strict accord w i t h t h e theo r i e s of t h e c u l t , t h e a b o v e l i s t w o u l d Jhave t o b e m a t e r i a l l y a l t e r e d , f o r w i t h hardly a n exception t h e given names of t h o s e m e n t i o n e d w e r e f o u n d n o t i n accord b y Mrs. Cochran, a n d were a l tered t o suit. F o r instance, Mrs. Elizabeth Lindsay is n o longer Elizabeth, b u t Ovada, a n d Miss Florence Kea's name is n o w Velma. Trouble w a s experienced in discovering just t h e r i g h t nomenclature for Miss N e w c o m b e , b u t E t h e l is said .to h e s a d l y o u t of t u n e i n h e r c a s e , s o s h e w i l l b e fixed u p . i n t h e n e a r f u ture. T h e others were somewhat unwilling to make public their n e w names. F r o m t h e present time forward it will b e d o u b t f u l if s u c h a p h e n o m e n ally successful collection of individuals c a n b e fpund a n y w h e r e i n t h e world, for, according t o M r s . Cochran, with t h e proper names attached there is n o limit t o their attainments As the guests arrived they seated themselves in a n orderly circle about the room. Clad in a white dress a n d a long black shawl, M r s . Cochran began h e r address. T h e audience w a s silent a n d attentive a s s h e explained that each number u p to nine w a s represented b y a vibration, a n d each number corresponded to a letter in the alphabet. "And vibration is life," declared Mrs. Cochran emphatically. "Then, of c o u r s e , w h e n t h e v i b r a t i o n s emanating from t h e letters i n a person's name are not in harmony with the n u m b e r s i g n i f y i n g t h e d a t e of t h e i r birth, they a r e n o t in h a r m o n y with themselves. T h a t is mathematics. "We can't change our last names, b u t w e c a n c h a n g e o u r g i v e n o n e s . If o u r n a m e s a r e o u t of h a r m o n y t h i n g s must be adjusted. That is more mathematics. Mathematics is t h e only exact science. Life a n d health and happiness are mathematics. T h e r e f o r e w e c a n b e s u c c e s s f u l if w e adjust our names."

R. E . W a l k e r ' s m o s t ' r e c e n t recordbreaking performance—120 yards in 12 2 - 5 s e c o n d s — f o l l o w i n g s o closely o n t h e h e e l s of h i s r e m a r k a b l e e x h i b i t i o n s a t 100 y a r d s , 1 0 0 m e t e r s a n d 120 y a r d s — h a s s e t a t h l e t i c bugs to w o n d e r i n g if t h e l i t t l e S o u t h A f r i c a n is a n o t h e r H a r r y H u t c h e n s . H i s 100 i n 9 2-5 a n d h i s 120 i n 1 1 2-5 were t a k e n w i t h a g r a i n of s a l t , b u t n o w that h e h a s added t w o more records to h i s list, t h e y a r e c o m m e n c i n g t o take h i m seriously. W h e t h e r h e ever lives u p t o h i s reputation after h e gets to this country or n o t , h e will come h e r e t h e m o s t advertised athlete t h a t ever h a d trouble with t h e customs inspectors, n o t ' even excepting Dorando. For the Italian never h a s h a d a n y dealings with President Roosevelt, while the chief executive h a s w r i t t e n t o J i m m y Rector asking t h e Arkansas sprinter to reconsider h i s determination -to quit athletics a n d meet W a l k e r w h e n the latter tours this country next summer. Rector h a s n o t y e t said that h e will go into training again, b u t t h e chances a r e t h a t h e will, n o w t h a t Mr. Roosevelt h a s g o n e after h i m . Harry Hutchens, the English professional, w i t h w h o m W a l k e r is n o w being compared, is universally acknowledged to have been the greatest sprinter that ever w o r e spikes. H e flourished d u r i n g t h e eighties, a n d w a s c o c k of t h e w a l k w h i l e lie. l a s t e d . There wasn't a m a n in England who could hold a candle to him in a s c r a t c h r a c e , a n d f e w h a d m u c h of a show i n a handicap event. He was beaten a t times, b u t only when the handicaps against h i m were such that they would b e laughed a t today as out of t h e q u e s t i o n . Owing to t h e peculiar character of the English professional races as they S were t h e n conducted. Hutchens was n e v e r c l o c k e d a t t h e e v e n 100 y a r d s so far a s is known. Other records h e did m a k e , however, w e r e 1 3 % seconds f o r 1 4 0 y a r d s ; 1 4 % f o r 1 5 0 ; 2-5% f o r "250, a n d 30 s e c o n d s flat f o r 300 y a r d s . T h e s e records still stand. But though h e w a s never given a record in t h e hundred, h e w a s rated a t a r o u n d 9 2-5. A f t e r L o n Meyers returned from his trip to Europe he declared t h a t H u t c h e n s could give h i m six yards i n t h e 100-yard sprint a n d beat h i m a yard. Meyers w a s always g o o d f o r 10 1-5 a n d m a y h a v e done even time when a t h i s best. This would m a k e Hutchens six or seven y a r d s i n s i d e o f 10 s e c o n d s . IRIS O F B L U E FLAG. B l u e flag i s a c o m m o n i n h a b i t a n t \ of m o i s t p l a c e s a n d b o r d e r s of p o n d s , I a n d i s o n e of t h e m o s t attractive a m o n g o u r w i l d flowers. T h e flowers are large a n d showery, with purple veins; they appear i n M a y a n d June. Its medical properties w h e n combined with other mild l a x a t u e s and arom a t i c s i s o n e of t h e b e s t c o m p o u n d s for a l l h e p a t i c o r l i v e r d e r a n g e m e n t s , c a t a r r h of t h e i n t e s t i n e s , c o n s t i p a t i o n , appendicitis, billious fever, intermittent malarial fever; i n dropsy it is useful a s a diuretic, acting freely u p on t h e kidneys. A s k for Dr. H . C. Keator's Blue F l a g Laxative Tablet, j All druggists a r e authorized t o refund y o u r m o n e y if n o t s a t i s f a c t o r y . F o r sale b y Frederick Ives, druggist.

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S u p p o s e of o n e o f h i s t h r e e c h u r c h e s t h e n u m b e r s of y o u r n a m e t o t a l e d s i x , C o l u m b u s , i u t h e s o u t h w e s t e r n p a r t of and you were born o n t h e sev.enth. St. Clair c o u n t y . Imagine t h e calamity. You would b e There w a s a rumor that a strange at sixes -and sevens w i t h yourself, a n d m a n h a d left a t r a i n a t H i e k e y a n d everything you attempted would go had been directed to t h e Columbus wrong. A l l y o u h a v e to do t o m a k e church, a n d there were other rumors everything right is to change your n a m e so t h a t i t s n u m b e r s will b e i n indicating t h a t t w o m e n w e r e impliD a t e d vDe67 1; 1 9 0 8 . accord w i t h seven, f o r i n s t a n c e , m a k - c a t e d i n t h e crime. T h e f a c t t h a t sevCHARLES A. SEARS. ing t h e total three." eral coins w e r e found in t h e clothing S t a t e of N e w Y o r k , C o u n t y o f S t . L a w Mrs. C o c h r a n d e c l a r e d t h a t s h e w a s of t h e d e a d m a n a n d i n t h e a s h e s i n rence, ss.: a b u i l d e r of n a m e s , quite like, n o t h e s t o v e s p r e c l u d e d t h e t h e o r y of robO n t h i s 1 5 t h d a y of D e c e m b e r , 1 9 0 8 , d o u b t , a c e r t a i n firm w h o d e s i g n a t e bery, a n d a t t h e t i m e of h i s d e a t h i t C ^ C O C O X S O C O C O C X J Q C O a O C O Q ^ > before m e t h e subscriber personally t h e m s e l v e s a s b u i l d e r s of h a t s . B e - w a s n o t k n o w n t h a t t h e m u r d e r e d L"1 came, Charles A. Sears, to m e k n o w n sides bringing success i n a n y v e n t u r e minister h a d a n enemy in t h e world. a n d k n o w n t o m e t o be t h e s a m e perby h e r method, she asserted that perMyron Brown, w h o lives near t h e son described i n a n d w h o executed t h e sons could m a k e themselves a s beauwithin instrument a n d duly ' acknows c e n e of t h e t r a g e d y , w a s t h e first t o t i f u l i n figure a s t h e y c h o s e . ledged that h e executed t h e same. While he w a s " I t ' s a l l a m a t t e r of v i b r a t i o n s , l i k e d i s c o v e r t h e c r i m e . C H A R L E S G-. I D L E R , e v e r y t h i n g . else," s h e said. "I a l s o w a i t i n g a t t h e c r o s s r o a d s t o ke'ep a n Notary Public. cure disease. E v e r y organ i n t h e body a p p o i n t m e n t t h e cold w i n d drove h i m - - S t a t e of N e w Y o r k , St. Lawrence h a s a n u m b e r c o r r e s p o n d i n g t o it. If to s e e k s h e l t e r i n t h e c h u r c h . H e w a s c o u n t y c l e r k ' s office. a n o r g a n is affected, I k n o w a t once s u r p r i s e d t o find t h e c h u r c h d o o r s u n I h e r e b y certify t h a t I h a v e comparwhich one i t is b y t h e cryptogramic process, a n d then I remove t h e trou- locked a n d upon opening t h e m w a s ed t h e foregoing copy with t h e original t e r r i f i e d t o s e e t h e c h u r c h floor, t h e ble b y changing the name to b e in acc e r t i f i c a t e filed D e c . 17, 1 9 0 8 , i n t h i s pews a n d even t h e communion table cord. office, a n d t h a t i t i s a t r u e a n d c o r r e c t t r a n s c r i p t t h e r e f r o m a n d of t h e " E q u i l i b r i u m i s life. I s u p p l y e q u i - d a u b e d w i t h b l o o d a n d f r a g m e n t s of whole'of said-original. librium. 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T h e n some, never h a v e chil- locked t h e doors a n d hurried to t h e HA!t£ BALSAM 5 Cleanses a n d beautifies the h&fc dren,- T h e letter H is t h e creative Promotes a luxuriant grovj*5u village of Hic-key, f r o m w h i c h p l a c e h e l e t t e r . A n e w n a m e w i l l fix t h e m . " Itfever 2?ail8 t o B e s t o s c . G-xay n o t i f i e d t h e s h e r i f f ' s office a t P o r t H u H a i r t o i t s XoutMxil Color. I n c o n c l u s i v e " p r o o f of h e r theory Cures scalp diseases & hair falling. 50e,andS1.00at Druggists Mrs. Cochran quoted t h e Bible a n d ron. T h e m i n i s t e r ' s h o r s e w a s f o u n d tied, referred to t h e result which followed t h e i n s e r t i o n of t h e l e t t e r H i n t o t h e t o a t r e e i n t h e v i l l a g e of P i n e R i v e r , 1874. 1908. n a m e s of A b r a h a m a n d S a r a h . the dead m a n ' s overcoat being disM r s . 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