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HE MARtON DAILY MIRROR, , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1007. '
PAOE TTf V
Mr. mid Jin. K. '-J. Taylor of
North Main street vo.-y pleasantly
entertained (he members of tiio C.
i. V. Tupstlny cveninir, in honor
of lhe!r, second wedding miniver
wiry. The evening was spent with
trumps, rccilntions mid 'music 'mid
mi elegant luncheon' v.us beiTcd. ,
Those prcson t Were Mr. mid
Mrs. .1. Weidomaii mid win Earn
est, Mr. mid Mi. J' C. Corey
niul daughter Uludys, Mr. mid
Mrs. Nelson Hutch mid mui A'er
iion, Mr. iind Mrs-. .Fred iSehurlic,
Mr. mid Mr.s. Clny White mid son
Jtnlph, Mr. and JIw. Elmer I'm'
rish, Mr. mid Mrs. Miirimi Smith
niul dimghler Mnble, Mis. J. "W.
Vlsh, Mrs. Sarah PJoch, Mrs. J'.
A. Hutler, Mrs. Oporgc McClcllniid
ntid Mrs. (trims.
Mrs. Willis .Bowers oC Ginnd
Avenue wns hostess to tho members
of tho II. B. elub at its regular
semi-monthly meeting yesterday afi
ternoon. Tho hours were upent at
embroidery woik and Mrs. ,Uow
ors rendcied several highly pleas
ing musical .selections. Light ie-
fiti lire of t
if The cl
lreslimcniH was a coiicluiiitii; i'cal-
ulub will .meet luraiu in
two weeks, .at the homo of Mrs.
J)avid Martin oC Kusl Center
Tho W. S. ,T. Cldb mel at tho
home" of r Mrs. Charles ). Clompf,
on Dotawnio Avenuo yesterday af
temoou between tho horn's of two
mid five. Pracl.Vahy all of tho
members were present and n highly
interesting session resulted. Needlo
work, liutsio and general social
inlereoifivo woro tho entertainipj;
features. Tho hostess served light,
Mrs. .John Mlundor or AVcst Ccn
tcr street will entertain tho elub
at its next "meeting in two weeks.
Mrs. Charles Click, of High street,
vas hostess to the, momher.s or the
Christian Kndeavor Society of Sal.
em's ehureli, last, night. After tho
devotional exorcises short talks on
the work of the society "woro filvon
by tho members. A social tlinn was
had during the roninluilor of ths
evening ami refreshments wore
! ficrvod .
iV-,,-r-fl,Jio society will next meet with
nJ Mrs. ircd JllUoirrniteh', of Mt.
Beautiful new White Ma
terials for Graduate
Dressed, Shirt Waists and
Baby Presses. Prices from
6c te $1 yard
DICKINSON'S BIO STORE
f ' ,'!. -a
It Isn't Enough ,
That a suit should look stylish in the first few days of
its service. Its styleful lines must be tailored right
into tho garment. For c?nly in this way can a suit
hold its good looks as long asjou wear it.
Men's Suits $10.00 to $30.00
B. DICKINSON & CO.
123 E. Center St.
Miss Lucy Landon of Chicago
Avenuo proved a. ehnrming hostess
to the members of tho iJnchelor
(Jill's elub at the regular meet
ing last night. Nearly all oC the
elub members lespondcd to roll
The priilcipul social diversions
were niu,ie, games and light needlo
work. An elegant two-course lunch
eon was served at I) o'clock.
An invitation from1 AINs Bessio
Mason, loqnesting that tho elub
meet at her homo on Knst
Center stiecl in two weeks, was
The Cromer homo on South Pros
pect stieet proved a pleasant ic
sorl for the members of tho Stitch
er's Club last night. Miss Kale
Cromer was the hastes,. All of
the members' together with ono
guuit Miss Bessie Simpson of
Prospect, -were present. The even
ing was passed very pleasantly at
"stitching" and various social di
veis.if)iis. A light luncheon was not
a .n.inor feature.
The eljib accepted an inula! ion
!o meet next week a! tho homo
of Mrs. Jfao BonnoU, of Cherry
A very pleasant surprise was
perpolraled upon Mrs. V. K.
Emriiio a! her home at tho corner
of iMouiid and Herman .si reels last
night, when n company of friends
and neighbors numbering about
fiveiily-fivo uncorejwmiously as
sembled and rcm.'inded her of n
Ijutlirtiiy anniversary. Tho ovening
proved a most enjoyabln one t
guests making merry by participat
ing in nil kinds of modern social
Mormi was tho scone of a de
lightful spe'ul gatheiiug Tuesday
night when Mr. and Mis. Samuel
Stonffer enlorlainort a company of
guesl.s numbering about foily nt
.heir homo in thai jdnco. Tho
ovening was pleasantly passed at
nnisie. games and social inlerconrs"
Mr. and MrsV C. K. Bnrr'w do
hghl fully enteilained tho members
and guesls of tho Acme Club at
their homo on iToilh (Snlo slreot
lost evening. Progres'.ivo pertm
..m.-. iiiu jiniicipni social (livorsion
and nflor a ploasanl season, il was
disclosed (hat Mrs. Finny Scrihnor
had scored tho greafost number of
.points among tho ladies and wns
consequently aurdnd firs! prize.
Dr. T. V. Tillni, eapfured the
iton 's piiye. Mrs. C. II. Wallers
capl inert tho guest's prize. Tho
coiisolalion piiw fell to Mi-s. H
h. Shaw and Mm Miller. An cle
ganl two eourso luncheon of daimty
appoinlmcnls was a conclurtiii"- fi '
The club's guesls upon Ibis oc
cassion weio Mis M'oXoil of Car-
alddel, Mr. Snmiiol Apploman,
Mr. Fred Tav or. Ar;Su u:n'
mid Mr.s, C. p. Wallers. '
CO. D'S CKACK SHOTS
Go to Delaware to Meet Team
From Co. E.
Th? members of company n bold
their legular drill, Tuesday ovening,
but transacted no other business of
At 0110 o'clock this aftornoon. the
,rIfJo team loft for Dolawaro over
l"3 M. D, & jj. to meet tho team
tl moot tho team from Company E.
this aftornoon. Tho mombors of tJir-
local team nto Borgennt SJfrltt,
wC?",fc cAnnIPh. nnd private ftrnr.
Joy EdselJ. Phillip qrlm, aH r011cU
and borgoant Mann ns 'scorer nccom
paniod tho local team,
Compare Black 3ll)is. The Monoy
bak Silks aro so far ahead thoro
can bo no question which you will
hlM . Tlcnl Mniwivlmi. !diii:' 1 t. .
Workhouse Sentence Given
A RUNAWAY OUTFIT
Captured by a Farmer and
liOwner not Known.
Man Arrested for Vagrancy is Sent
to the County Jail Police Look,
in'g for a Check Thjef
llil) William, .1 junk dcnlor, rc
skliijjg oil Kenton Avenue, was ar
rested for drunkenness Inst night
bv Ol'Jii'er -S'IiikIo. Bill despito tho
TaclWhiVC his eniiiings nro meager
and'he brtf n wife and thrco child1
it'ii depenilt'i.t upon him, persists
in getting full and spending his
After 11 iicarl to heart talk with
the major, Jlill, signed tho plcdgo
and promised to stay away from
the booo for evermore. Williams
was fined )K ly tho mayor, lie
made a payment of, eighty cents
and lert Ji"' watch as secuiity for
Dahny Finch, who wns nrrcnfcd
yesterday afternoon 011 a peace
warrant sworn out by William
Burns, was given a hearing last
night in the mayor's court. Finch
wns placed under a bond of $o0
I to keep tliu peace. His brother,
I Qus Finch, promised to go on tho
bond, but when Danny reluscd to
letuni to hiii work lhis morning,
ho stated that he would not .sign
the bond. Unless bond i furnished
today Danny will be brought up
again in the coiut.
Adolph Wilcox who was fined $."
yesterday in tho mayor's court for
vagrancy, was sent to tho county
jail this morning to rcmaJn there
for 11 period of twelve days, or
until tho fino is settled. Tho
mayor is showing no leniancy to
vagrants and states that he will
send them either to ju'l or tho
I workhouse as fast as they are
biniight bet ore them.
The polico are eiideavonn.g to lo
cale Miko Welcher, who . yesterday
afternoon reported tho theft of n
check for :!!). l"i. Welcher says he
put tho check in a dock at bis
liomo .nud that Charles Snyder,
a boarder, took I ho check and
cashed il at tho City National
Bank. Tho police beliovo that they
can easily ge( Snyder and want
Welcher to file an affidavit against
him.. Welcher, despite promises,
has as yet failed to appear at
Several pedicemen standing on
tho square hi tlm weo sma' bouts
if tho night saw a horse and bug
gy coming down tho sheet at
breakneck pace. As (ho animal
eiiufu up iSonth M'niii street and
crosed Ccnler sheet they made
an atlPnipt to cnpliiro it but wero
unsuccessful. No one was :'u -tho
This inorning U. l Mitchell, a
fanner re,iling nino miles noilh-
cast of tho city, telephoned to
polico headquarters Ilia t hu had
capt in ed n hoise, hitched to n
Hsht buggy. Tho hivy was bndly
demolished. Tiio hoiso is n bay,
of average size and if a 'valuab'lo
nuimal. Tho description furnished
by Mlchell coincides with the des-,
criiition given by the polico who'
triqd to effect tho capt nro on (ho
.square last night.
An effort is being marto to Incalo
Ihp owner of tho rig. 7
Miko Holland n (lallowa'y man,
wilh a bioguo ns rich n.s thnt of
tho n-ost recent tunportatiou from
tho Kmcrald Jsle, aviis arrested
yeslcrday aftppioon by Officer Me
Bonong) tmHp warrant eharging
huii wtfh jumping a board bill.
The couipjaint was filed a week
ago 1)" Mrs. .Alico MeDmiald, who
a boarding bouse on Un-
I'uniii r ayenito,,,
Mjitp dul pot Ijes'ilato to toll
(ho iin.vor-.nn.yi old thing (hat canio
into lis iiiiud..Mo-,t of his slnto
menlj. wcit found to bo falsohnpds.
Ho jillinijted.houover, that ho owed
the (loai-ib bill.
MfitVor .Schorff afler talking to
Milsfii mt iilho unvr of his ways
seiiluiced hfcmMto thirty days in fho
Morkf. and lo remain' there until
ho hits wnikert out (ho cosl.s-in tho
Holland was taken to Columbus
loday by Chief of-Polico Cornwell.
- . e. -
ueia h rroiuaoie Meeting at the
Y. M. C. A, Last Evening.
Tho Marion County Mbdical so-
oiety hold its regular mceliup; last
I oiety held its regular mceliup; last
night liutho. M. C. A. par
lors. Dr.' tA'J fihu trend a very in
teresting paper on Blight's dis
ease. The paper mid subject woro
discussed aft length by tho mem
1'ieparations nro Tielng madq by
tho society for 11 scries of very in
teresting and instructive meet
ings.! . .' ' ik .
Tho Inst sad riles over tho re
mains of, Mrs. Charles Jlomosor,
who died near Magnetic (Spring
MomliiyKwcro performed nt tho
Lulhernrwehurch of Prospect nt 11
o'clock 'Wednesday morning. Tho
sorvieo Wns eondncleil by Jlnv.
it. H.PcjIiirrclbrink. "rnlermenlr
was inale in T'tosjlcct eemeleiy.
i' .."", "
ii'iinevni services over tho re-'
mains )f .Airs. Cloicc Henry, whoso'
death oceiirml at Prospect " Sunday
evening )vcro conducted from tho
Methodist church of Prospect at
I.'.'IO o'clock Wednesday afternoon.'
Nov. .7. .?." Jlajliday officintcd.
Burial was. made in l'mspeet com-pp-y.
Cooper Post Held a Very
Soldier Boys will Attend Services
at Central Christian Church,
Sunday, May 26
Cooper Post O. A. It. held a largo
ly attendee? nml very enthusiastic
meeting in tho post halls last night.
After transacting routlno business,
membership work was taken up nml
two applications were received.
The Post decided to ehango Its
1 . .. "
regular meeting, nig-nt from the
IV-st Tuesday to'tba first Monday
night of each month. By iinanl.
mous voto tho Post decided to ac
cept the invitation from Uev. Byron
C. Piatt to attend In a body, the
sorvlccs at tho Central christian
church on tho4' Sunday preceding
Afemorlol day. .-Plans woro partial,
ly formulated for.. holding a social
meeting on tho third .Monday night
of tho month, at which tlmo an In.
formal program- will bo rendered and
refreshments nmVa general social
conelnv! will bo' enjoyed.
Major Titus, commander, appointed
tho standing committees at this
meeting for tho memorial day exer
cises. Tljpy aro as follows;
McmorlalHMIlloii Marsh, O. A.
Bussard and ,T. J. Crawley.
EnetPftalnniont J. li,v-Klng. B.iv,
id Seaso and O. Morenas,
Klnmire-S. N. Titus: W. C. Uann.
and Jacob Apt.
Cause of Stomache .Trouble
When a man has trouble with hLs
stomach, you may knowvthnt ho Is
entlng moro than lm should or of
sonio urtlelo of food or drjnk not
suited to bis ngo or oceupatlon, or
that IiIh bowels aro habitually con
stipated. Take Clinmborlaln's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets to regulate
the bowels mid Impiovo tho dlgcs.
Hon, mid sco If tho trouble does not
dlsnppear. Asl: for a freo sample.
Sold by all druggists,
Workers of Several Churches
will Join Hands,
Officers wero Elected
At a meeting of tho missionary
workers of thp various churches of
tho city, held at the Central Chris.
tlnn church Inst night, a mlsslonniy
society, Independent of" any denom
ination, was organized..'
The meeting was attended by a
largo number of those .lnterefted
In tho movement and mucf"oiiliii6l.
asm was manifested. It .Is believed
that much good will result from tho
meetings o this oiganlzntlou ns Hie
entire time will bo I'd'ovotod to a
study' of world nilbstortttoplca while.
tho varlousyihurch societies only deal
with tho missions In which, they mo
dliectly Interested, ,rv
To following officers voj-o olccfcili
Miss Anna Flto, president;- Mrs. D,
A . Sprayer, vlco president; Mrs
Jonas Concklln, scciotary -and Mrs.
Prank Coo, treasurer. Mrs. B. O.
Piatt was appointed leador of study
mm win direct mo mceiings,
Tho nc.t meeting of "thd socloly
wU bo hold a week fiopi Frlrtoy at
lw w.nvift ullliOklUII Liliuivlla
run -n ii r n iiiifiiinn n iiinnn
I 'Mrs- ' w. ixiinDortonrt. . MIbs
ICambors returned lo tholr'homo In
Anderson, aflor a short'nyfslt 'with
Mra. Teotor, of Grard.avenuo.
'Mrs. Tootor, ot Grard. avenuo. t
They are Backed by the
Mayor in Every Step.
A PECULIAR REQUEST
Received From a Man Who
is to Old to Work.
Good Men Only Allowed to Wear
the Blue Uniform and .Carry
The polico .force- backed by
Mayor ,Scherff iu every move, has
succeeded in bringing about much
better conditions in tho city in
many ways and (ho blue coats arc
qu'-lo proud of fhat they have
done. The police have' insisted on
tlm observance of the- city ordin
ances in every respect, and the
flagrant disregard of the same,
which wns so noticeable in past
year"! is now a rarity. Tho change
has been nreoinplJshcd by tho ap
pointment of good men on the
force r.nd by tho severe tactics of
tho city's chief executive.
The common drunk, a species,
which iu past years was very much
in evidence lias become so raro in
polA-u circles that tho term. " un
common drunk" is sometimes ap
plied, rhe police have inndo whole
sale arrests for drunkenness and
tho action of tho mayor i:i fin
ing them, making them pay the
fines, nnd sending them to the
workhcusp, has bad a very good ef
fect. Petty tiiJevpry. loo, has como
under the rcfoim movement and
so "many of the guilty ones have
been ciiuuhl and riven the limit
iu the power of the mayor, (hat
the thieving lias iieen mioui stop
ped and many of those who Jiavo
been wont to live in that manner
have left the city. In many other
ways the present adiniiubtration has
cleaned up the city and tho work
is. still going on."
Iu speaking iff the police fovee
tho other day, Chief Coinwell said:
".Many of the police have n pe
culiar idea of the pol'Jcc force and
the hind of men who aro appoint
ed. When it was known thai we
had a vacancy, t hart no less than
two rtoeu implications for posi
tions. Most of them wero from old
men who weio no longer able lo
work. Ono of t!io;u' approached uie
saying that ho had lived In Marion
all of his life and Hint now since
he had become too old to woik at
anything he thought it no more
than right that he should bo ap
pointed a poKk'cmuu."
Plies are dangerous, but do not
submit to an operation until you
hnvo first tried Mnn Zan the fireat
PIlo Ilemedy. It Is put up In col.
hipsHulo ti(!ies with a jiozzle that
allows II to bo applied exactly where
i. is nceoeu. u you nnvo iicniim,
bleeding or protruding piles and Man
Zan docs not lellevp, money re
funded. Soothes and cools.
Ilcves at once.
Sold by Ploclien Drug Store.
OF CAR SHORTAGE
Columbus. 0., March fl. Com
pluiuls to the Ohio .Railway Com
mission of the inability of shippers
to sccino cars, hae multiplieil in
the past iiiv davs. Them are now
a doen complaints, showing thnt
tho car shortago is as acnlo as at
any limo this winter.
The uienU'st nunibPr of com
plaipts mo from lion-coinpctitivo
poinls. Liability to secure pais has
rpsultPd in heavy looses to farmer
The railroad's excuso is a' lack
of equipment and insufficient facil
ities. The railroad commission is to
iUostigae .March 3r1, at which time
any interested person may give les-
BOY FLYING HIS KITE
Memphis, Tenn., March 0. Vern.
on Dpprlest, 0 years old, was elec
trocuted fly big his Jdto, Tho accl.'
dent! was witnessed by hl3 playmates
wiio wero linalilo. to illsontnimIa the
Tho boy's kite lodged on the wires.
Syni Jefferson, 1C yeurs old, at.
tempted to got tho kite. Uo throw
p. wlro up over tho wires where tho
klto lodged. Young Dopiicst then
seized this wlro and was unablo to
relinquish his grasp.
iK. n. Livingston, who saw the
nccldont, hastoned to tho sdo of Jho
youngster. Solzing a slick, ho tried
to illsontnnglo tho wlro fam tho
lwy'a Iwdy, but beforo bo was ablo
i do so, life was extinct.
Exclusive New York styles, three and
four button, low cut, without collar. Pat
terns: wide black stripes and inch checks
on cream; also a blue with white stripe.
Made over correct models, they sit tight
around the collar.
A new line of white vests for fall dress
functions just in also.
HUGHS & CLEARY
Main and Center Streets.
NEWS OF THK
LOCAL Y. M. 0. 'A.
The Senior High School basket
ball leaguo played off its regular
weekly contest ill the As.sociation
gym. last night. Tho games wero
fast anil hotly conk'.stert. Jn the
first contest tho descents defeat
ed the Athletes by the score of
2IJ to !). The Monarchs and Abuts
then met and tho hitter team
wns easily defeated by the score
of 'S to A. Tho time of halves
in both, contests was 1," minutes.
Kefercv C. M. Douthitt.
In the V. M.C. A. bowling
league, the Tigers will, bowl 'ho
Knighls of Pythias toi'r'ght. Tho
politest promises to be a highly
The Association membership com
mittee will meet nt CrMO o'clock
tomorrow evening iu tho reception
rooms for supper alter which im
portant business will be considered.
Fiiday night the classes in me
chanical drawing and mat hematics
of the Assoc'ation night school
will meet for supper at tl:.10.
DR. C. R. M'KINMS
Receives a Nice Berth in Pennsyl.
vanla State flospitul
Dr. C. H. McKlnnlB. a former
prnctltloner of this city, who left
hero a year .-iro to accept a jiosltlon
l.i tho Columbus state hospital, lias
been appointed assistant superintend,
ent and houso physician of the Penn
sylvania state hospital at "Morris
town. A letter to Y. M. C. A.
sccietary, .1. II. Oatey, today dls.
closed the fact. Dr. JIc.Klnnl.s 10.
cchert tho position through the of
forts of a warm political friend, of
ipunnsv van a. nml nK v.ilnnhln v..o
oniinendatlons' I mm
friends of this city.
a number of
Thirty days treatment for kidney
bladder troubles and rheumatism for
$1.00. Your money refunded If not
satisfied. Pineules contain no alci
hol. no not derange tho htomac.h.
Kasy tn tako.
Sold by I'Mucken Drug Store.
Was Graphically Described Last
Evening by Dr. J. W. Mahood.
Dr. Mahood, tho ovangelist now
reminding ovimgclistio services at
the Kpworth churuh this city was
in his room in the sixth .sjory of
the St. Nicholas' Uotpl, Sim i'ran
cisco, nt tho lima of, tho earth
quake, nearly n year ngo. His
description of the catastiophp last
evening in his sermon at Kpwoith
carried with it a lesson thnt inndo
Styles That Are Right
Are Now Ready
Tho assortment is quite complete, and allows moro latitude foiJ
individual taste in materials than usual. 'i
MEN'S HIGH GRADE SUITS AND OVERCOATS, .. 'l , '
LADIES' HIGH GRADE SUITS AND CLOAKS. ' ' I,VW
MEN'S HATS AND SHOES. -VW I
liVUliiS' UV1, WAISTS
FINE TRIMMED MILLINERY
You can select what you want from this euonnous .stock' and pa
a littlo down and a little each payday and can woar the garment "
while you aro paying for it. Oomo in and talk it over.
MARION CLOTHING & CLOAK CO.
a profound iniprpss-wn on the nnoT.
ence. While men and women wero
dying all about him others wero
calling uion (lo( in prayer, many
of whom were not accustomed to
pray. .Many of tho most wieke
men were declaring Hint "litis U
u judgment sent on the city for
its wH-edness." Tho doctor had
preached the evening beforo the
earthquake in the Central Molhul
ist (jliiuvh. in the heart of Mm
territory where was wrought the
gieatest destruction. Tho church;
was crowded with people. On tho
invitation some had accepted Jcsut
as they .savim- while many had
turned away and refused 'o own
Him as Lord. " have been ask
ing myself" said tho doctor, "ltj
I did my best that night to warn
these sinful people, many of whom
likely lost their Jives within twelvo
hours and went :uto eternity with
These sermons of Mr. Mahood
are attracting very large audiences
r.nd (uery one attending seems to
assent to the teachings of this
master pulpit orator.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy
This remedy has leen In uso for
oer thirty years and baa proved It
self to bo the most successful rem.
edy yet discovered for loweI com
plaints. It nover falls. Sold br
Double sweet. Just received
a shipment of fancy prunes.
10c 3 for 25c
lfic PER POUND
F. J. LUSCH
N.E. Cor. Stato & Center Sti.
We aro all rduly to supply
your wants hi his line. Wo
havo a fino lino of scrub
brushes, stove brushes, daub
ers, scouring soaps, soap pow
ders, mops, brooms tubs
buckets, etc., in fact wo have
a complete lino of goods for
spring household needs.
Phones 39. 209 E". Center St.
Agency (or Woods Boston Coffees
i f .
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t "a i