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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, ' FRIDAY. MAJtOH 16, 1907.
Be. a credit to
tlie town when you
5 We'll shoWvou
f.i , :v
trie clothes thaH
will do it. Hart
fSchaffner & Marx
fit, tailoring, price,
Tlno lino of Suitings at Voll'K.
Our handsome, 1G pago Cat
alogue of Freo Premiums.
.Now in. Tho greatest profit
sharing plan, of the age. No
stamp scheme, no guess work.
You select the premium you'
want aud let your purchase
accumulate if need bo unti1
you havo tho required
Clothe tho onliro i imily on
hero and t icomo
partner T)kihe profit:
Corao in aud nftkit oVer
after you havo ven thai the
styles aro right and tho
prices as low as you can find
ons equal qualities.
Marion Clothing &
Cloak Co. .
WEST CENTER ST.
, ' Although hundreds have visited us during this opening,
Saturday promises to be a banner day and with the store never
looking- better and fitted with attractive inducements every
woman should avail herself of this opportunity.
CI IITC nk of selling
yUllv cut-iiwu' and tight-fitting
Suits worth $35.00, to $40.00 at $28.50.
but it is the, opening and the QQ Cfl
mice is , 0OlJU
And our othca $20.00 Eton
suits to go at
fembroidcries. 200 to 220 embroideries
and insertions, 4 to 10 incites,
t'ogo aiy 1
15c to 1 8c embroideries and inser
tions, 3 to 8 inches, to go at
v ''V.l 4' ilM3pk
Copyright 1907 by
Hart S.:hatFncr & Marx
Chi ' i
In Company Owning
Pumping Oil Wells.
Company Incorporated at Columbus
with $25,000 Capitul
Tho Itofk Oil company, with n
capital stock of 23,000. and Imvlng
ofilecs Ii) ITppcr f,tiirtu!tly, wna In
corporated by Ij .A. Spllgnimi ami
others Thursday mornlncr, In Colum
bus. The Hock Oil company, form,
orly bad headquarters In Lancaster,
but was novet- incorporated. It owns
twnnty-ono punipliiB well In this
county nnd nlso au Interest "in tho
big gus well on tb Joseph risher
The leases owned by tho eomVi'liy.
aro on the Yoho, Albert Wright and
Beiitty farm, In tho vicinity of
I-ovoll nnd Crawford. Tho company
has now ben purchased by sonio
Mt. Ollead parlies, together with .1.
K. Ulrleh, S. .1. lnck, A. 11. WJilt
noy, j. A. KlrK, Xi. A. ellgmnn.
nlj of this Hty. and Moll Shnw, of
Marlon. TIiu gentlemen havo a flno
prpoporty nnd will doubtless make
a nlr-e thing out. of their wells. Up
per Sandusky Chief.
The salvo that nets !lko a poul.
llco Is IMno Salve Carbollzed. No
other salve so good for cuts, burns,
bolls and ehnpped skin. Ask about
It. Price 23 ots.
Sold by Ji'Iockon Urns Storo.
more day of our
ranama in .au
in fvn !it '
tonH o ly I nTO
i ! .
1 GOLD MEDAL
I,n Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium
LARGE CROWD PRESENT
T6 Witness the Excellent
Program of Event9.
Medals Won by Contestants will be
Presented to Winners on Friday
Night April 12.
The third ntiil lal Y. 5L C. A.
srymiiiisiuin contest held iu tho Ax
soeiatinn gym last night and was
giected by a enpaeily niidieuco and
one of tho best atldetic piograius
over given by local amateur per
i'oimeiy was wilue-ed.
Tho content last niglit decided
the winner of the gyou. .honors fur
tho hcapou. Mollis .V. Pace took
firftt plnee with thirty-four point
to his credit, winning tho. gold
medal. Pace piovod u wonder both
m physical efficiency and action.
He did not enter the i'irst contest
hut won the medal on tho . merits
shown in tho last two. Howard
Maag won second plaeo with twen-ty-eight
points nnd tnus capttuing
tlic silver medal. Uuthery took
third place with 27 J-Il 'points to
his credit, winning tho hronzo
Tho medals wild ho preentcd to
the winners on Friday evening,
April PJ, at which time tho gym
nasium Boosters dub -will nohl n
bampiet m the Association gym.
Dr. J'Vhcr, prcxident of the physi
cal department of the international
Y. 51. I'. A. wminitteo will' he
present nnd imiko an address.
Tho program of last evening
was arranged and under tho solo
diiection of physical director 0.
.M. Douthill,"and its great degree
of .success was due to his eneigetic
One of tho features of tho pro
gram last ovening, wrirthy of spe
cial mention was tho music. Tho
athlelip numbers were intewpcrsod
with grand selection fromi the
i.ssOcintiou teii-piceo orchestrn iii
tler the direction of Harvey 5lr
f in. Tlio Y. 51. C. A. glee club,
directed by Prof. l'rederio lterry
mnu aKo rendered seveinl ,bolec
Kxliibilion woik on tho side
horso by tho Leader.-, class and a
Leap 1'i'oc raco by tho .Tumor
proved intoii'sting preliminaries. A
minning Jiigli jump a won by
Hugh Smith. A shoo nice, was won
by Lloyd sMcfluiro. A highly inter
esting number 'was mi exhibition
blind folded boxing mulch 'lutween
pugilists "Cluck" Cloddon nnd
"Miko" IJoss. After ten rounds,
the match was declared a draw.
A hopping race by tho Juniors
and a basket-ball race by tho
bays clas-.es proved entertaining
hi (lie contest numbers proper
Mm results Mero as follows:
In skirts we have two
opening specials. One a
1a in all colors at Ai QC
rice ' iJlH'iOJ
in ';i pjfelty $19.00 pleated
me nq.w colors
For the opening we are
giving a 20 discount on
all waists from'$5joo to $15.00 and 25
discount on all from $1.00 to $5.00.
Standing ,.,'dph ,jurop-lst Pace
J(J ft., 2 4 5 2iid-Mnrtsf, 25 f,t, 2
in! ilrd )iclcrsoii 'J4 ft.
Modicino .Ball I'ul-Jsl-Maa?,
41 ft. 10 in; 2nd l'npc-41 ft. 7
in; Dickorson 41 ft. 0 in.
Kopo Oliinb Pace, 7 seconds;
Guthery;.8 seconds; raag and
IIiut, 10 second.
Hunnirir lllish Dive Pnco and
Man?, B tt.f 4 in. (hUhory, B ft.
Olmlnolo i iRnce (lullwry, iliirlj
two jtocolitU J Pace and lluiv, thirty
Judge "oli the conlet William
Qjo, A. B. Smith, Dr. A. II.
Laws'on. ,Announpcr Di. (J. IJ.
Emery, Chief Vslier, C. h. Loftier.
In the ,y. 51. ('. A. parlors and
ryinnnsium .Saturday evening, I ho
Ilo.v's club o tho Aociniion will
give n bisr' oyster J'eed at a cost
of Iwo-liils. .An invilation w ex
tended to all.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is Both Agreeable and
Chamberlain's CotiRh Itomcdy has
no superior for coiibIih, colds nnd
croup, and tlic fact that It Is pleas.
ant to tako nnd contains nothing
In any way Injurious has made It
11 favorite with mothers. Mr. W.
S. Pelhnm, a merchant of Klrks
Ille, Iowa, says: "For more than
twenty years Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy has been my lending rem.
edy for nil throat troubles. H Is
especially successful in cases of
croup. Children like it and my cus
tomers who have used It will not
tako any other." Tor sale by all
MRS. R. GASTER
At Her Residence Northwest
Deceased was Mother of Dougless
Gaster and Mrs. Jessie
Barkley of Marlon
Mrs. ay, (laster wife of Itob
oil Oastcri died at her home two
miles norlii't-we!-. of Kirby, Wed
nesday afternoon, at r, oclock
from tuberculosa, after a lingering
illness. 1 '
Mis. (LVder tnipdcu naino was.
Mary Snyder. Sho was tho daugh
ler of Mrs. Eliabpth (Snyder, liv
ing near Lnltiio and was born in
nit. township luiv-sevcii voari
ago. AVlien oyiming woman shu
wns married to tlrobert C! aster, who
still survives ber. They woro the
r parents of fivo children.
Uhey are l'rcstojuuaster who is
in tho employ of Jacob Stern. 111
llii.s- city; Douglas Ons ler and Jes
hie, wil'o of Clnrcricfi .Barkley, of
.Marion: nnd Ada and Miss Lizzie
at homo. Mrs. faster also leaves
her mother, who is eighty-five
years oM; no sister, ili-s. Lena
iiiiiiui, oi mar jjnunc, nun inreo
brotliiMS, Township ITnislco jnms
Snyder, Jacob Snyder and John
Snyder of Upper) Sandusky.
The funeral twiHoccur 'Saturday
morning at lO.oclhck from tho
lionio and will he conducted bv
lev. .7. U. Ikck, Jhirinl will be
inrtdo in tlic JaeRson Cehlci comc-
Just rec?Ued a complete lino of
new post cands.
Wall Paj)crleaner; 3 cans for 23c.
Itendy iulxedP.Unt, 10o i can.
Complete abrtment or "Tile
Garden Seeds, aVacVages for 5c.
Paint Ilrush, lcttw.00.
- White Wash l)ru4lf&ji Cc to $1.00.
4 styles gas globesT"! each.
Hl8selPs C.irpctSu;eopor, $1.30.
KLLUnY'S I1ARGAI.N STORK,
No.' 123 N. Main.
Kicked by a Horse and Is Badly
While, working at the-YLotfler barn
on South J'rosnoQtfcfttrootwThurstlny
niglit, Qhrlstlau KlutaH 'driver, was
Kicked in tlio
rlghU groin by a
The auiimiWphmted IkiIIi
feet In tho man's sldo,;jino6king hl"l
half way across th'pjbarh" Ho was
unable to can nor assistance for
Romo tlmo. ' '
Dr. L. 1). Hamilton wns called and
rendered medical attention. Tho pa.
tlonts condition was oulto sorloiis
for a tlmo Inst njht.'but ho Is
scmewhat better lodavW
The degree bWf of tho snbordlnntc'
court of Foresteflt'.'win .meot Ma
ovoulng for practlcW, Evqry l tnem
ber Is renuoKtCd to batfmrcspnt. w.
q. Phillips will betfprosftti't 'to ns.
slst in tho Worlc.VH. '
iiv rvnni.'n rik'.mutfa, mnnim
Thursday Night With an
PROGRAM IS RENDERED
Local Lodge Receives Second
Prize in Contest.
Large Number of Secret .Societies
Meet Last Evening and Trans
act Important Business.
Marion Jdge Xo..'W1 M I'nlh-
finders entertained last evening
with an "open hoif-c." Over ono
hundred members and i'ri6iids of
tho order wero in attendance.
Tho iprogram oiene .wh M.r.
L. Heardon acting ,tts chairman.
1'iof. Charles Jlloom rendered feov-
ernl musical numbers that were
greatly enjoyed. Recitations wore
ghen' bv Manfred .Brooks, Muster
l'errv Miller and Karl Clrecnland.
Mi.s. Milhu-d .lanes favored thoe
present with a (musical .election.
Deputy .Supervisor urgnuizer j.
Iv. LTmbar!rei' of Manlield was
present nnd in a clover address prc-
MMitcd tho lodge with tho ntlicors
ree-aliu. u nrizo lmvoii for Marion
securing the second laigest number
of new members ol any lodge in
tho district since January 1, 1007.
District Deputy 11. IL Jlrooljs o
Bellefontaino gave an interesting
address along tho line-, of tlio or
der. Klegant rofrcMiments were
.orved. X number of tho members
of Crocont lodge X. !() attended.
Two candidates wero given the
degree of thu order at the mccl
iug of aysido ltdge I. O. 0- V.
held last ' evening. ArrangemenlK
weie niado lo hold a .peciul meet
ing next Wednesday night lit
which lime dm degree team will
drill. The first degree"' will be
confeileil' on n class t isdididates
net Tliiusdny evening. s -
Fifty members of tho 'American
Insurance. Union woro (jrHCnt at
the regular meeting liehl Thur-day
evening. Considerable " rouliuo
busiuossi "was. Ir,inacled. "Two iij
plicntious for membership weie
During the' evening Mis Clara
Mosher favored tlio-,0 jirt'iont wilh
several recitations. At tho next
meeting in two weeks tho gentle
men will banquet the ladies.
Tlio Companion of Foresters al
I ho regular meeting held last evon
ing initialed one candidate. .Con
siderable important bnines came
up' for consideration and distribu
tion. The remainder of the evening
was spent in drill practice. Tho
degree team will put on tho work
at Bueyrus on (lie evening of
March 27 when a largo class of
candidates will bo intioduced into
the mv'feiics of tho order.
A class of fivo candidates will
take tho rank of Iv-nuiro at tho
regular ur.eeting of Maiiou Lodge
No. -102 K. of P. this evening.
A largo attcudauco of tho mem
bers i. desired.
Marion Lodgo of Flks last night
held a well attended mooting.
Tho second nomination cif officers
was in ordor. Thu Dancing Club
committco reported tho dato for jthc
nexL hop as April 1 1 Thero waq a
good attendance of members. ,
At the 'icgulnr Weling of tho
Uniformed Bank K. of 1 Jnst
night a cities a four candidates W,as
initiated nnd considerable import
ant business was transacted, jl'.ho
business nieofing was followed Jy
a social hour. ,
Tho Druids transacted only rou
tine business at last night's meet
ing. Arrangements woro ma do for
holding initiatory work at tho
Clnj Council mot last evening
and transacted only i online lnisi-nc-fs.
Thci chnrtor membors
Wnlda Graiiga iSocinty
moel for organization Thursday
night as wns intended. Tlio meet''
lug was postponed op necouut of
tho Imd wads, until Tuesday ovon-
iug!n March 20.
uuo Schlluntz, agent at tho Calo.
doula union depot, has resigned the
position to accept tho ngcncy o.n the
Big Four r.t 'North Baton, n suburb-
an, town, just out. of Glovelnnd,
Born lo Mr. nnd Mro. Frank
Myeis, oC Uhler Avonuo a sou, this
pAok' Trr& M
j FOR THE BOYS -JSK ;.f
I Spring Styles are now rA &k. ' I VM
I ready. Handsome Suits &r L lwLM Xi
for ;boys 2 1-2 to '1 6, Nfe t ; 1
i $2 to $ lf
Main and Center Sts. Kul.7TKJirci5Th-, J
Dies at Central Emergency Hospital
John Wassenberger, aged forty,
nine and without nn Immedlato icl.
atie, died at tho Central Emerg
ency hospital Friday morning at
11:15 o'clock. Death was due 1
alcoholic delirium, from which tho
victim suffered horrible agonies
Mr. WnsRcnberger wns brought to
the hospital from Morral, Wdnes.
day morning. Ills condition then
was very critical, but a strong but
fiultlcss effort was put forth to save
tho man's life. The victim had
suffered a number of attacks of tho
tremons, and bis nervous sjstem
was a complete wreck.
Before his final sickness, the do-
ceased was employed with Irln nnd
company, of Morral. As to what dis
position will bo made of the body
has not been definitely decided
CRT Tlin CASH HABIT
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A good $1.50 quality in double tipped fingers black
and white, all sizes at X
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aiaaaaw soniuenior spring suns."
Unequaled Ml IMifrs&fo, S2M St If
Our Corking S10 Suit is shown in pearl gray, tan,
brown, navy and black pannma the Eton jacket-being
finished with those charming Gibson strappings
greatly broadening the shoulders self-color taffeta
pipings and soutache, plaited skirt, very special at$io.
A Special $12.50 Suit
Indian red and black Panama the Jiton jacket heavy
with wide silk braids, ornaments and soutache plaited
$15 Broadcloth Pony Suitthe hand-
.some Indian red broadcloth has been'
faultlessly tailored the trimming being
black tattcta pipings
I an unusual value at
We show a complete lino of
LONG KID GLOVES
See our lin
Waists and New
DICKINSON'S BIG STORE
Mente Suits $10 00 to $30.00
Younk Men's Suits$7.r0 to $22.50
DICKINSON & CO.
123 E. Center St,
This is Good
Jonas called up today 'To
morrow is going to be one of
those bright sunshiny days we all
welcome now-a-days, and war
ner. Just a day made-to-order
for all those women who will re
sp8nd to your offering of unusually
specittL values in your great as-
is here in brown, blue
and black soutache