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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THUltBDAY, JAN. 17, 1007.
;; i-4 off
This is not a clearance of out of style odds and ends,
;kot the selling of our beautiful fashioned well made suits
'md overcoats that easily brought more money less than
two weeks ago.
123 EAST (JENTER
t JIuoband nnd wife may travel Tor u
fare,' and a half in Norway.
In the construction of the latent
submarines, the tcnileiiey l In thu
direction of greater dimensions.
Machlnury milkers are abandoning
tho dark colors heretofore U8cd la
painting, and are adopting 1 Hit. hues.
THE :: LEWIS :: GROCERY
Imported Roquefort Cheese
Imported Swiss Cheese
35c. Per box
N. Main St. Opp. Court House
Bettor- than apples themselves
Try a package.
F. J. LUSCH
N.E. Cor. State & Center Sis.
We have sold out several lines that
wo offered but wo liavo added more
Reg Pr. Our Pr.
1 gross Hump hooks & eyes 30c 5c
Largo bunch hair pins.... 5c lc
Shoo Polish Liquid 10c Gc
Glycerine Soap Gc 2'2c
Oastilo oap Gc 2:2c
Oocoa 35c. 15c
Canned Pumpkin 10c Gc
Canned Apricots fancy ....20c 16c
Lots of other bargains. Come in
and see them.
Phono :in '200 R. Center Streel.
Ageucv for AVuud's Boston Coffee
SEE THE NEW 1907
One case just received.
Price per yard Aln
One 'case of new prints
all the best staple patterns
and standard tirades 7
, per yard 8U
All men's 50c un
All ladies' 50c un
Handsome premiums with
every $5 purchase.
BIG JANUARY SALE
B. DICKINSON & GO.
Ready to Defend Rev.
SLOCUM OF CLEVELAND
Comes Back Hard at
Western Seaman's Friend Societj
Property Has Been Placed oi
lu an extended article in the
Cleveland Leader 11. (J. Slociuu,
who is writing against the Western
Seaman's i-Yiond Society and He v.
iiiram scars, uncutious a lettei
which was leecived from llov. Dr.
keuible of 13ucyrus detond'.'Jig llov.
-Mi. .beard. Tlie io!lowing is taken
ubr.'iim fiiyu the Leader:
" A a ieull ot disclosures muilv.
m kiu Leader rcg.nding the charity
:iafluitt vl this city, the boaid oi
lewew placed on the tax duplicate
llio pioperty of thu Western Sea
men's l''nend Society.
"A letter has lieen received from
Kev. llustin K6mble, pastor of tin
Lucyrus Methodist cluircli and i'oi
Mieiij preiunig elder, in which he
upholds iiiram Soars and 'tho cause
lie represents, lie says llov. Mr.
.Seal's lias collected money in his
congregations for many years ana
.iu believes that it is to tho credit
of the society .that they own the
"I Miave, like other Methodist
ministers, gone to tlio Hotel Beth
el,' ho says, 'land thought I receiv
ed more for my money than could
reasonably he expected at any otlici
hotel in Cleveland.' It has .been .sug
gested, that tho hotel ought itj give
gcevl accommodations in view ol
thu fact Ilia I it has been paying
no duxes and is thus ublu lo out
strip oilier places of I lie kind. The
fact .that tlio llov. Dustin Keuible
is known to I ho management would
cei'la'iuly uv-uiv good treatment,
iaud fir tliis reason lie may have
reccJvcd nioic fc,r his money than
could reasonably bo expected. The
minister adds that ho believes an
effort is being made lo discredit
the society in llio interests of otlici
people and asks wliv Ibo organi.a-
tiou lias been .allowed to collect
fiu yea ix if t'.ie money was not
piorlcily expended. That no inves
.ration has-been made of the inan.v
.so-called clinHiublo enterprises in
Clcvelniid previous lo the iniiiirie.
ucido by the Leader does not dis
prow 'the fuel .that .-mine of 1he.sc
oigani.atioii.s are fraudulent.
"llov. Dr. Keuible, in eritieis
ing Hie writer, admits that lie had
no iiis'ido knowledge of tlio societj
or t he woik it represents, which,
of coin.se, precludes tlio inference
tluil be speaks with authority.
"Thus far .not a .single protest
has been received which disproves
the plain .statement of tho fact
made in my fhst story. No one lias
denied that the money was collect
ed 'for charitable purposes, yet no
one points out a single, case whore
tho fcoe-ioly 'h'.i disitiloi'utedly fed
a .starving J'amily or clothed a
naked child. If the money is being
e.sed in relieving distress in other
dr-ccs, the wirier believes llio men
ind women who support Alio organ
Vnlion with cash should knew of
V fVr , , ,,
"Another institution v which is
jllr-r.Kng a bushel of nionuy laud
handing out n pint of charily will
reooivo at lent ion in dun time."
The Annual meeting of tho Stock
holders of tho Mirror Publishing
Coirpnny will be held at the offlco of
tho company Wednesday January 30,
1907 at 7:30 p. m., for tho purpose
of olootlng a board of director, nnd
for tho transacting of such other
business as may come beforo said
J. BUrtGESS, Prc3,
N.E; ARNOLD, Seo.
By the Members of the City
WATER CO. FRANCHISE
Carefully Gone Over and
Under Present Franchise Water is
Costing too Much Money Less
Hydrants for Resident Distticts
(Juite an iiiteicsting uaucus of
tlie niem'iers of the City Council
was 'held in the ottice ol .Jones
& Wilson Wednesday evening. The
purpose of this caucus was tlio
consideintluu of the Water com
pany's application for a new fran
chise., Tlie life of the present franchise
is about six or seven years and
miiiic timu ago the company in-
Heated that it would ask a now
gtriiit, for a pciiod ijf -' years.
I'he matter was dropped temporar
ily during the recent -agitation look
ing to the puivba.se of .the plant by
till1 city; but now that the matter
has been dropped 'the new fran
chise grant lias again coime to the
i'oio aud requires 'attention.
At Wednesday evening's meeting
the present 'franchise was carefully
.rone over with a view to picking
jut conditions which it is desired
.o better, in the event itihutii nuw
ranrJiiso is granted. Among Ihoso
onditions ate tlie present rate of
liter rental and the method fo.r
i casuiing the amount used. It was
suggested that the now l'r.uiohiho
, rvido far water being measured
iy motor in the business and rosi-
lence (list.net, where it 'is used for
(irivnte 'purposes. At this time, pat
ioiis pay w much a season, tho
mill's of using dining tho summer
nontlis being limited by llio com-
The council 'thinks .Hint a rate o.f
ierlups12 1-2 or 15 cents per 1000
rallons, would bo about rigid and
hat tills should bo measured by
iietcr. Under 'the present franchise
ater :h costing about 25 cents per
Anather condithvi wliicli will
.robably bo made is tho establish
ment of hydiuuls at u Klisliuico of
00 instead id' -100 feel apait ii
.ho residence districls of the cily.
Under llio present franch'.so tho
rives thu c'lty, free
i curia in auioiini oi waier
in hoisjo triuighs and for
ouwors. but above this
itipuliitcd quantity the cil, must
ay. 'I'he new I'raiichlso will ask
hat Hie company furnish frcu
.valor lor all troughs which cciui
il may sec fit to establish in the
ity limits ; 'for fountains, for
park ptupos.es and for if lushing
Another condition will be thai
ill street paving torn up for ex
'elisions cr taps, must be leplnced
u good condition within five days
ifter the work is cotmplctcd.
There are also various other cluing
s of U iininor eluiraeter which
ouiicil will make a condition of
i new grant. II is not though!
lull the new fraiiehi-e will be
isked lor some lit tic time yet; but
ouiicil thought it wise to be pie
iiircd when 'the mutter was brought
ip, and l'o,r that reason the can
us was held Wednesday evening.
Another feature n the fact that
vhile the company will ask for a
l year franchise, the Board of
Public Service has authority to
nake only a ten year contract with
vuy ci iporatiiu.
Eyes tested and fitted with glasses!
Ozono cures catarrh, electric inas3ago
cures deafness. Seo Dr. Lunger, Hub.
er Block. l-101Gtp
W. B. JESSOP RESI'iNS
Be will Take up the Work of In
stalling Independent Plants
W, ,B. Jesscp was greeting his
liost )f old friends in this city
today. Mr. .Icssop has resigned Ills
petition las superintendent for tho
rVcumnl Klwtrin Light and Powor
company. Although he has not yet
miulo definite announcement of
bis plans for .the future, it Is
quita likely llmt- after n short pe
riod of rest, Mr. Jessop will tuko
up I'm business of installing inde
pendent eloctrie light and power
plants. That is, ho will dovoto Ids
time to installing systems in factor
ies and largo stores. His friends
hero, who have knowledge of his
ability in tli'u particular lino, hope
that bo -will decido to miako Mar
iqu ibis headquarters while at this
MA a-. .
Delights a Fair Sized Audience at
Despite tho sevcro Htorm ot Inst
night, the Majestic Stock Company
drew a fair sized audience to witness
"The Senator's Wife" which wan well
received. The company has made
many friends, and will contluuo to
draw. This cvonlng "Virginia" will
bo tho bill with up entire change of
A special matinee Saturday, at
which time a watch will bo given
away Also on baturday evening,
another watch will bo presented to
tho holder of tho lucky coupon. The
prices remain the Mine, lu, llu and
,'Wc. Alatlnco at 10 and HOe,
Wc offer One ilundietl Dollars
Howard for any case of Calarrh
thai cannot bo cured by Hall's Ua
P. J. CI1RNEY & CO., j'olcdo, O.
We, tho undersigned, have known
F. ). 01ieiicy"6r tho last 15 yeans
aud believe him perfectly honorable
in all biwiiiess transactions and iin
nncially'ablo lo carry out . any ob
ligations amide .by Ii.'h firm.
AVnlding,' Kitinan & Marvin,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally acting indirectly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of tho
system. Testimonials sent free. Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Take Hall's Family Pills for Con
gtipaliou. DIRECTORS HOLD
Corps of Officers Elected for
the Ensuing Year.
Business Meeting Follow by Ban.
quet at Hotel, Marion,0. G.
Tho directors of tho Citizen's
Building and Loan company met
In the offlco of tho company Wednes
day night for the; purposo of ro.
organization. Those present were
M. Lawrence, 1. 4. A. Merchant, J.
W. Jacoby, John Synder, John
Schrater, Jacob ' Schoenlaub, C. E.
Merklc, S. II. beLp'ng, A. Uarou and
O. G. Briggs.
Organization was e'ffected gy electing
tho following officers: M. Lawrence,
president; John Snydor, vice prcI
dent. A Baron, treasurer, O. O.
Iirlggu, secretary and Jacoby and
Tho annual report of tho secretary
disclosed that tho company has
more than doubled its business lu
llio past year, and that everything is
lu excellent standing. Tho directors
declared tho usual blx per cent, div
At the conclusion of the business.
Secretary O. 0. Briggs transformed
himself Into a ieal host, and ushered
those present to tho Hotel Marion
dining rooms wheie a delicious lunch,
con was served. An Informal program
of toasts was a concluding feature.
HORSE RUAS AWAY
Drivers arc Thrown Out and Buggy
While enroute from this city to
cott Town Wednesday noon, a horse
driven by Grover Dowds and Emmet
Kammel became frightened at a load
of fodder and ran away. Dowds and
Kammel wore both thrown Into tho
ditch and had narrow escapes fioiii
Injury. The buggy was cap.b.ed
against a telephone pole and the horse
ran several miles before It was cap.
Thu young men were enroute to at
tend tho funeral of Clay Hhoads.
which was held at one o'clock at
Scott Town. The " mishap occurred
near Big Island and they were com
pelled to walk from there to Scott
Town, arriving too late to attend the
Tho four duy old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lltuer died
this morning at the rcsldenco on Cot-
tugo street. The romalns will bo
burled tomorrow morning.
Telephone, telegraph and electric
wires in the city have suffered
severely on account of tho ice with
which they are coated. Many of tho
wires of tlio local tclephono com
panies nro broken by tho heavy
iwoight and tho cold nnd tho service
interrupted. Telegraph wires arc
down in many places and gangs aro
making repairs. Tlio wires of tho
firo doparnnent were slightly do
rauged this morning but repairs
wero quickly niado
Tho railways pf Malta aro tho slow,
est In the- world. '$ '
"TBE SENATOR'S WlrE"
,', 23rtef mention
Need an overcoat? They are here at greatly- re
duced prices during our anniversary sale. - ;.,....,
Reductions in all departments. .'.""' ..
20 30 50 " fi:." ,
HUGHS & CLEARY Main and Center Sts.
Freight Train is Wrecked at
LOCAL ERIE EMPLOYES
Perfect an Invention That
May Prove a Winner.
Officials Inspect Marion Transfe
House with a View of Making
Hxtra Erie fi eight train No. 1700
east bound, In churge of conductor
Larnlus, was peculiarly wrecked at
Caledonia at 12:30 o'clock this morn
ing. Tho train consisted of forty.flvo
heavily loaded cars, and when pull
ing out of a biding at Caledonia, a
bioken break beam caught on a
switch frog and derailed a box car,
which was heavily loaded with flour.
Tho derailed car was not noticed by
the conductor, and tho train pulled
out of Caledonia, dragging tho car
on the ties. The car bumped along,
damaging tho rails and ties until tho
train reached Martel, when It was
finally discovered. It was necessary
to call the Gallon wrecking crow and
the damaged car was removed. Tho
Hour was ba'dly damaged. That a
serious wreck did not dijcur was lit.
tie less than miraculous, as bolls
were cut off and spikes torn out all
along tho line between Caledonia
W. II. Hartsough, traveling pass
enger agent of tho Hocking Valley,
with hcadquartcra at Columbus, was
looking after business at tho local
Btatlon for a short time this morning.
.Several important changes have
been effected in tho piogr.un at
tlie transfer house. Tlio night foice
lias been laid off on account of
the great slack in freight traffic.
Tho liour.s of the office force have
been changed and instead of going
on duly at S o'clock .'mi t lie morn
ing, Hie office will open at 1
o'clock in the afternoon and con
tinue open until last mail is out
ot night which is about i) o'clock.
The electric light plant will shut
down at S o'clock also. Since the
night, force lias been .discharged
there are exactly 111) men employed
at the plant
Theie aie two local railtmad men
wiuve gieat iuwntivc genius is
training for them a wide leputn
t ion. not only among the officials
of the Krii' company but numero.iis
oilier companies as well. The-e
two "Kdisoiis" i,ire none t.tber than
M. A. (ice, ami Lloyd Tlumius,
foreman and assistant foreman of
the local ICrio iuterhyking plant.
Perhaps there is no other qnes.
Hon which has been more perplex
ing in the piinds ul" interlocking
experts, than the one of how to
keep the .appaiatiises in working
order during a heavy snow storm,
or freezing raip. Tlie snow and
ice packs hard hotweeu tlio eioss
bars and soon knocks the Machin
ery out of commission. Tho only
way Unit ti mil road iivupany can
keep its linterlocklug' plant in
working order dui.'lng a heavy snow
Is to employe from Iwenly lo thir
ty men to scoop snow away fruiu
the sliding bars o,f 'llio switches'.
This morning, for instance llio Krio
had twenty men working aboul itf
jurds doing nothing bill keep'ing tho
snow out ot tho into! lackers.
Thomas and Gee have laid
awake nights thinking of borne
plan by mmns o,f which this extra
(rouble could bo done away with.
They finally received on inspira
tion and the problem is bolved.
They have invented an apparatus
which will either burn gasoline or
natural gas and -will lio beneath
tho interlocking vaXn and furnish
sufficient heat to molt all tho enow
and ico that could collect in thrco
days. During u fiiiow stqrm these
apparatuses will bo fired and the
Mvitohes will bo kept as -warm as1
on a summier day.
When the two men had complotcd
their plans they forwarded them fo
It. . Parsons chief engineer of
ma iiilenaiice nf way of the Kne,
with headquarters at Cleveland.
Mr. 1'aisons quickly aw that the
invention iwus a needed one nnd
today came to the city especially
to visit the inventors . He declined
it, what he consiileied one of the
best inventions in railioad equip
ment of any recent dale 4111(1 im
mediately gave official orders for
a special lcquUition of uiatetinl to
construct the apparatus.
Tlie trial switch beater will be
pi.! cod on the derail opposite the
union depot ami in case that it
fills the bill, Parsons .says that the
I'.iie will install tlicm at all the
iiiteilockiiiir plants on the system,
(fee and Thomas feel certain tint
the beater will woik and are quilo
jubilant over their gieat iuention.
f " . . .
l.lovd Thomas, assistant Kne in
terlocking foreman is working on
an automatic gate for use at railroad-street
crossing.-.. The gate
works by air and is .strictly auto
matic. An engine and .three cars
passing oxer a truck will pump
sufficient air to operate the galea.
All gates now used by railroads
arc operated by air, but it is neces
sary for a mini lo pump it and
consequently when the luMciidnut is
not I here, the gale will not work.
W. It. Lynch, traveling passen
ger audit of tlio Big Four villi
headquarters at Cleveland was
looking after biisincb in local rail
road circles today.
A party of Erie officials con
sisting of general Mipcriiitendeul
II. O, Bunkle of New York cily
C. A. Alien, superintendent from
fiolion and Superintendent I'1. ,r.
Maser of Huntington together with
a niinibor of under officials was
a tlie local yards Wednesday af
ternoon. The main purpose of the
visit was to omiko an inspection of
the transfer house wilji a view to
It seems as (hough its facilities
are iul sufficiently large so as
during the busy time lo properly
handle .the great quantity of freight
which is transferred diuilv . The ad
dition in the way of a fine new
office is completed and is in use
and the officials were much pleas
ed. As far as is known, the offi
cuils runic to no ilelinite conclii
sitm on the matter of enlarging the
Austin M . Brown, probate Judgf
of Wyandot county. Is a guest of
.Marlon friends, today.
A,i Kaiible. of NcmhIii, was in
Million mi business Wednesday. -
I'pper Sandusky Chief. I
Olio Sailer. wMin has been visit- '
iuu his brother, Frank Salter, fir '
sexcral weeks, lel'l last night I'm
fti'l home ni Kl I'm,, Ti.vnw !
J. A. Kuapp and II. W. Cook--tou
sire in Columbus attending a
meeting of the presidents ami sec
retin ics of county fairs which is
being held there thir, week.
'Miss Hazel Kllng has returned to i
tho Nutlonal Park Seminary ot
Washington, to resume her studied ,
after spending several wceka with her .
parents In tho city. '
Mrs. U. G. Young ami daughter, I
Alius Ethel, will leave tonight for
San Antonio, Texas, wheie they will
bpeud tho winter. I
HERE IS ANOTHER LIST THAT
Table Oil Cloth, per yard 1Gc
98c Cotton Blankets 6nc ,
$1.25 Silkolino Comforts n8c
Laigo Gingham Aprons !.'!!.'.' .'.'.' .' 20ot
Full Sizo Wrappers u8c
Knit Underskirts 2g) " itfaiid 98c
Men's Lined Leather Mittens - 25c
Men's Lined Leather Gloves 25c
Men's Canvas Loggias 2Gc
Children's Jorsoy Lcggiim .' .'!!!.'.' .'!.'.',' Hoc
Missos Jorsoy Loggius .'.'.'.'. '.'.'. Jlllc
Ladles'. Jcrsoy Loggins ..,','.'..',' 'ldc
THH RACKET STORE
.. ,.4t.. i ,. u . .
H a new piece of office itiachln1
erj, tlie iiiecku me printed an a
means of preentlng fraudulent mli-I
When you want a tool to know
just where you can find it, and at
the right price, wc aim to main,
tain our reputation in keeping ,
E very th Ing
You will always
goods we sell.
find our pricey
the quality of
107 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Home . . .
Start the new year by making
a resolution to make your
homo moro cheerful and hap
pier than any previous year.
A piece of our new furni
ture placed hero and there,
just where it is needed woidd
WEST END FURNITURE
Bowman & Schoenbergor.
Have you ever tried
If not you should and
we will guarantee that
you will be more than
LEGAL TENDER makes
friends everywhere which
is evidence of its merit.
For sale at all Grocers at
$1.15 Per Sack
Ful'y guaranteed by the
1 Marion Milling &
fi Grain Co.
1 Premium coupons in each
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