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THE MABIOX DAILY. MIRROR, MONDAY, APRIL
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tlHni OMra HoM.sa
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b!0m WEEK. COMMBNOINd
WU MrtMTlAV ATmTT.vThf
VTwo shows each evening at
.,' 7'.30 and 015, Matinee
i JVednosday and Saturday.
PRICE 10 Cents to all parts
of thb House
No Extra Charge, for Itcserv-
V 0-BIO AOTS-G
j -tBincjyana uog ana xaon-
my. uircus, witn mgn uivo
Dog ' Exhibition Every Day
en -the jrtrcet. , .
"' A i Qomodians. ,.
Tko Bounding Wko Artist.
W. A. HOWARD,
,&& .lrish Comedian.
In Musical Comedy Act.
Have Your Curtains, .
Woolen Blankets, Rugs,
Cleaned or Dyed by
Dyer and Cleaaer.
Johnston's Dye Works
Ittk Phenes. 110 S. Proipect.
xrco can xor ana neuvcry oervitu.
Don't neglect the hens. They
deserve tho best of treatment.
We have' nice feed for chick
ens of all sizes. Also a good
supply of tho best lawn
grass seed in the city.
Mozier & Rhoads,
- noun utate Btreec.
' Co Where the Crowd Goes
Ope Week, Commencing
Monday Matinee, April 1st.
HOME OP VAUDEVILLE
LOOK WHO.'S COMING!
Most talked of and expensive
, sonsaMonal novelty in
THE PAMOUS PORDS
King ana iucen oi nana- y
cuffs and only Lady Jail
Breaker. Locks, bolts, bars
arid even insane straight
Jackets are laughed at, baf
fling .tho world's greatest
1 police authorities.
' SWAIN & POWERS
German Comedy Sketch
' jfox rox
i-"Irish -Comedy Equilibristic
? SEYMOUR SISTER
Singing and Dancing
Balancing and Spinning Bicy
cles. Oamcragraiih Moving Pic
tures: "Ohooaing a Servant"
1 '.'.Tho Rajah's. Casket "
s MISS OOLEMANlllu8tratcd
Song, ''Will you love mo in
Doccmbcr as you do in May?'
7-BIG APT-7 '
School Ohidrcn's Prizo Mkt
inee Saturday Cc.
Don't miss tho now show at
Monday Matinee, 3 P. .M.
N 10 cents j!
Ladies' Ohinawaro Souvenir
.Matinee, Tuesday, and. Thurs.
'two Show Wmv 47:30-qiOO
" TICKETS IOe MHO SOo.j
PJlir: SALVE ACTS LIKb A POULTICt
MUtVItl tULFOtMBOIf HKIN OI8.
rivt-i R- Pnnlprl By the Btatottlon.t ta. somebody
LUII V rC ,r,w,cu has a larger, atock or. a better ue-
Wctioh of wall paper that you can find at this storo. , .A,'ri8it hero,
.wtUconvinco you. Wall abbt from 2o pbr rplljBp" ;"f'Vt ? ;
'.Kh- TSCHANEN BROS.. DrijfifitU
, v W jf 1itf . 'l-lm-l-'I
Xli2Srr- 'VvmxScIjLX m W I
Mr. S. Knoch, drayman, hauling wall paper
.to Ellery's Bargain Store.
Forepaugh and Sells Broth
ers Coming April 22.
CAR ARRIVED TODAY
Posters now Grace Windows
The Hearts of Young and Old Alike
Gladdened With the News of the
Big Three Ringed Show.
Fully 200,00U uqiiaro feet ot space
hns licou covorcd by the. llthographM
of Adam KorepauRh aivl Sells Drath.
crs' clrcuH in this city alone, ami
perliaps tlio same iiunntlty of dates
ami posti-i-s liiu been put up in tlio
uurrotindlnK country, and vlllaBo.
When tho fust of all this paper la
considered as well as tho cost of
putting It up, It may he scon that
In the Item of ndvertlBlni; alone
fortunes aro spent every year by this
Mr enterprise. The wor' of adver
tising is Join) by about 150 advanco
Advertising car No. 1, which has
Just 'finished a day hero, lias a crow
of twcnty.flvo bill posters, a boss
and a car niauagcr. It will bo fol
lowed at week Intervals by two oth
er cars, each with the .siinc' number
of men, while' still a fourth car
visits smaller towns adjacent lo tho
point Of exhibition. Besides thoso
men, there are brigades that work
Independently, traveling on tho regu
lar trains. Tholr work Is to dls.
trlbuto programs and stnall advertis
Frank J. O'Donuell, oiio of the
press representatives of tho circus,
was u caller at this offleo while Car
No. 1 was In town-,. Ho says that
fivo barrels of flour aro used every
drjy tin. making iuito. This Vh4
Is kept in what Is called tho "well"
beneath the car aiul Is reached
through a trap door. Kach car
carries a supply of twenty day'a pap.
qr, whjch amount weighs muny tons.
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS TOR
CATARRH. THAT OONAINS
as nlemiry will fcurt'ly ilestroyi tlio
.sense 11L smell and completely dc
rainre the whole system whun 'enter
ing it thmngli Hie litucolis surfaces
Sneh articles should never bo used
except on iirescriilious from repu
table physicians as tho damage
they will do is ten i'ohl lo llio
good y6u scan possibly- derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, maiiii
fui'turi'd by F. .7. Cheiioy & Co."
Toledo, ).,,. contains-; no ' mercury,
and is taken inienially, acting di
rectly upon tlio blood and mucoiiH
jurfuccs. of the sy.stem. In buying
I Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you
gel mo gonuino. 11 is taken injur
iinlly and iruldo in Toledo. Ohio, by
F. .. Clienuy & Co. Tcstiiiionials
Sold by Dnijrgisls. I'aico.
Take Hull's Family Pilla
PROTESTS AGAINST A
MEDAL FOR THAW
Columbus, O., Aurll l.-I'otor Gor
Jon. op Mlchiffnii, has. -wrllton to
Governor Harris nrotcstlmr himlimt
the movehiont at Mt.. Vernon to buy
n mcdi.1, ftr .killing White. lip Baya
ii wouiii no a royalty for one worth
less man killing another.
Try a sack of C:iOWN UOY-AL- or
OLD GLORY Flour, Auk your groc.
or forlt.,.r'lreton- Urothers and Co.(
EYE.BALL PENETRATED '
Little Harry Smith of Caledonia is
Harry Smith,.- the thrcu-year.old
sou of .Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery
Smith, of Calcdo'ula, was the victim
o a painful accident ocurrlng about
U o'clock Monday morning. While
eating Its breakfast, the child In
some manner jammed a fork Into Its
Icfl eye; the prongs penetrating tho
eyeball fully ail, Inch and one half.
Dr. V. F. Wiser, of Adelaide,
was called and rendered all possible
surgical attention, but tho child, It
U thought, will loss tliu sight of tho
Don't fall to attend the Peoples
band grand' ball at Hubor hall April
2Ld. ' a.2S-30.11
The House of Cbas. Miller is
Searched by Police.
NOTHING WAS FOUND
But What was Easily Ac
counted for by the Owner.
Several Drunks Fall by the Way.
side Police Asslgnmcnt.Made
Mayor Collected $96.80 in March
llollovlng that Charles Miller, of
Kenton avenue, was doing a count
erfeiting- stunt, a search warrant was
sworn out for his residence by the
police Sunday and tho dwelling was
"Miller had his household goods
storu In the residence, and the peo
plo who moved Into tho Jrouso dls.
covered a counterfeit dollar In ono
of tho rooms, some metal and some
Miller told the police that lie Is
a inolder by trade ami had brought
tho slnir homu from tho shops soino
ll'mu ago. Ho said that some oho
passed the coin on lilm In Columbus
and when ho discovered that It was
worthless, ho gavo It lo his children
iv play with. It had been loU in
one of thu tooiiih vacated when tho
goods wcro packed up.
No charge was (lied against Mlllor.
Tho following police assignments
for the mouth of April, were made
today by Chief of Police Cornwoll
and Captain Worthington:
District, Nil. 1, Hostetter; No. 2.
Single; No. 3, Frame; No 4 Iloll;
No, j, Wllholm; No. 0, McDonotigh;
No. 7. Travis; days uptown, Bond;
west end Cuslo and Habcock;' noon
(o midnight, Chapman ahd patrol
The additional patrolman placed
ion duty recent ly has made ItiosHl-
)u for tho department to crcato n
now boat and keep tin officer on
general duty from noon to midnight.
Shorm Smith, of Ostrandcr, Dela
ware county, rnnio' Into town u few
un'tll ho was taken In tow by Of.
lflcCr ,,on(l' BtriIoy. After sobering-
Ul' Sl",th was taken before the may.
0l'. U11'1 . Vw "K,vc" a' ,cctui' (' t,ltJ
7",or TTyf; , T1 l'WX
llonl' ,uml 8 K,l0tI U' ,lo,,' S'" th
was In such a nervous condition
that hit: slpmatilro' looked nwo like
chicken tracks than his name.
Harry Hammon, of Cincinnati, was
arrested Saturday night' for drunken.
nfss by Ofilcor Bond, Ho was fined
f," by the mayor and uftor paying his
fine he stated that It was "back to
dear old ratty Cincinnati" for hla,
During "the month or March, tho
maypr colleotedy 88380'.. in city ' fihea
and $10 In dtate cases. The month,
lisually a quiet one,' was no oxcep.
Ikm this yoar, ,
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Mr. S. Knoch, drayman, hauling wall paper
to Ellery's Bargain Store.
Restored to Maiden Name of
GRANTED $1000 ALIMONY
Mrs. Uncapher will Carry
Case to Circuit Court.
Improvements will be Made in
County Treasurer's Office Num
ber ot Rulings Made bj Court.
A forco of "mpn begai work, mak
ing a number of improvements at
the county treasurer's office Monday
morning. . The improvements aro
being mado not ho much to enhance
tho appearance of the office as to
furnish bettor1 accommodations and
raoro room fo'rvthc office force. Tho
present partition which separates tho
office from the.lobby will bo moved
out several 'feet',' and Un additional
partition Ja t(T(, be run south par:
way across the, room, so as to fur.
nlsh more roority on tho outside.
One of the most Important Im
provements h bo'-ti cago which Is
to bo constrtictcdp'for the cashier.
During tax-paying' time, when the
lobby Is frequently packed with pco.
pie, it is oftbn that outsiders get in.
to the part ot tho 'room where the
offleo forco Is at 'work. With tho
present arrangement,.' tho cashier
stands out in tho open'; nnd Is com-
ipcjlod to count large. Bums of money
with men frequently, crowding about
him. The cagq wjll; furnish a place
In which the cashlervyyHl be enabled
to work unmolested?, ,
Treasurer wournig states inai 11
will probably takotwo or Uirco
weeks to complete jtliO" work.
Judge Youiik this .morning granted
Ktta Durfcy a dlvoreofrom Wllbcrt
Durfoy. She was restored to her
maiden name of .Utfa fWhltoman,
and wa granted $1,000 alimony.
Mrs. Durfey was' given thu divorce
on her cross petition. Durfcy having
started tho rjlt. Thocaso was heard
on hor cro.-.s petltloiuBcveral wwiks
ugo, and owing to thofact that Dur
fey was not presentijltho judge con
tinued the case until ''ho could bo
brought Into court.. "Ho avpeared
Satrday and his testimony was tak
Sir, and Mrs. Diirfcy wcru mar
ried in 1aUuo, September" 25, isan.
The husband was charged with cru
elty, failure to provldo and- with
associating with other womon.
Mrs. Ida Uncapher, found guilty of
threatening In a m'enaelhg maimer,
was lined $10 and'costs by Judgo'
Young of the cuurt? oP-eommou pleas
Monday nioruhiK. 'lle'r'fientonco was
Htisiiondcd upon Jior giving a b'ind
o, $100 and statutory 'time was given
for hor to lllo a bill' of exceptions.
Shu will carry llio caso lo tho circuit
court, ' ' '
Mrs. UiiOaphni- raa Indicted for
shootiug "with Intent' to 'Itlll Andrew
Malonny) her nolghbor. After tho
Jury brought in ll.P'vonlrct, sho filed
a motion for a now trial, and this
motion was overrulod'Iast week.
dn tho suit )t lienry W.- Sagor
against Morrltt Hauvei"'-tfnd others,
to tnarshall Ileus, Judgo Young has
granted a decree of-', foreclosure and
nn oixlcr ot sale on'? Wo" answer oilU
cross petition of thb-. Homo Uulldlng
SaVlnpt and Loan' ebihpany, A do
crco has also bceii given Dr. A.
Hhu on his claim' fof medical boiv-
John D. Owens &v8on,- dofonduntB
In a Biilt, appcalod to "tho common
pleas court from tlfe-jjustlco's codrt
by Charles Whlto.''nied an auswor
Monday through tholri attorneys,
Copoland & Uartram. ', Tho answer
sots up that White- has failed to
file his petition and;fdr that reason
his claim should gd''bi"1defadlt.
In the damago .Tsiiltsof Orlena Lll.
loy against- the f Marlon' Railway
Light & Power company, the motion I
to reform tho petition was overruled '
Monday morning by Judge Young.
The defendant took exceptions uud
Icavo was given the company to
answer by Aurll 20.
Tlio motion to reform the petition
i't the appeal case of John Schwolck
ondlek against tho Marlon Hallway
Light & 1'owoj- company was over,
ruled Monday morning by Judge
Young. Tho defendant took excep
tions, and was given leave to answer
by April 20.
In the $10,000 slander suit of Hllz.
abelh Hemphill against Margaret
Bruce, tho plaintiff lias tiled an
amended petition through her attor
neys, IWJcollcy & DcOollcy.
K. Ii. Mouscr, plaintiff In :i suit
for liioney only brought against
Maine C. Titus, has been given
leave to Hie an amended petition by
Thu damage suit of John J. O'Bri
en against Charles W. Lcfflcr and
others was dismissed by Judge Young
The damago suit of Iterschcll D.
Heavers against tho Hocking Valley
Halfway company has been settled.
Judge Young has ordered the suit
for money only, brought by Gcorgo
A. Kramer against Claude D. Walt
ers left off the docket.
In tho suit for money only brought
against James O. Toblns by Goorgo
13. rrnriior, lcavo has been glvnn
thu defendants to plead by April C.
dh the suit vtr Henry Setter against
the MarJoit Manufr.cturliig company
and others, to assess stockholders,
an answer has been died by .Kllza.
both Huth, through her attorneys,
Crisslngor and Quthory setting up
claims for judgment on two prom
issory notes, ono for $,r0 and anoth.
o- for $100.
Judge Youiik Monday assigned the
John Aldrh'h against Ularn All.
mciidluger, damages; tho Good
Itoads Machlnu company against Al
fred J. llrady and others, civil ac
tion, April 10; Maria H. - Plank
against the Marlon Itaiiway Light
& Power company, April 17, dam.
ages; Frank G. Norton against tho
Fulrbankn Steam Shovel Company,
appeal; Henry W. Sager against
Karl Miller, appeal, April 17; John
Alburgor and others nguinst Kugouo
V. Falrllold and others, civil action,
Curtain Stretchers ul MSllory'iL
Washington, April 1 . - Wit'
three months of the fiscal i'ear
to conit'i the surplus in the treas
ury, is ij& 1,1)00,(101.
IB mM I I'lVn I III n 'Kv I'lll'B
Alleoagh GTrups conUlnls; opUt tourt.
pt tbt bowel, bet' lxuMra Hoitr ni
lu moral tbt bowiU jiA coaUls moopuU.
BOLD BT FlXTqKBIjI'.B DRTiq ?T"HH
The Wollcnwcbcr Lumber Co.
. SUCCESSORS TO x .. ' ".''
The Prendergast Lumber & Coal Company and the
Delias cucup as iiicA-iicauesi.
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Mr. S. Knoch, drayman, hauling wall paper
to Ellerys. Bargain Store, . . v.
to Kiscr's Meridian Fountain Fen 09 cents.
to Warranted 14k. Solid Gold. Diamond Point.
Jlj Kiscr'o Meridian, Self Filling, Fountain Fen.
ft Warranted Solid Gold, Diamond Point. 08 cents.
11 Whv nay S3. 00 or SI. 00 for a fountain ncn. when von can
to buy one that is guaranteed to
Eastman's Antiseptic Talcum Powder
Cut From 25c to 10c.
Thrco odora. Vorona Violet, Crushed Roso and Oriental San
dal. Put un in handsomo elnst containers with natcnt nerfor-
w atcd top. Sco tho window.
I THE REXALL STORE
i - isaaaa
Piles Cured in 6 tol4 Days.
PAZO OINTMENNT Is guaranteed
to cure any caBe of Itching, Dl'nd,
Blooding or Protruding Piles In G to
14 day or monoy rctundod. SOc. '
Lady with small child, who took
the 10:15 train nt LaRue, on .Murcli
30, will kindly return satchel talc,
en by mistake to S. 13. Corner Sil
ver and Oak streets and receive
her own. It
Tho safe, certain, rcliablo. llttlo
pills that do not grlpo or slckon aro
Pado's Llttlo Liver Pills. Host for
sick headaches, biliousness and lazy
Sold by Flocken Drug Storo.
Sprpriso at 402 Monday night.
Our two stores arc now stoched with an abund
ance of choice home Killed meats and no difference
A POUND OF SAUSAGE
OR A QUARTER OF BEEF
that you want, it's here and at prices that are right.
We also have nice line smoked meats. Goods deliver
ed from either market.
THE MARION PROVISION COMPANY
C. W. MYERS, Proprietor.
128 E. Center St. Both Phones. ' 237. Main St.-
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be just as good at theso prices? $
- asaciSJf - ece -
I Gentle and Effective.
! A wcll.konwn Manitoba odltor
writes; "As an Inside worker, I find
Chamberlain's Stomach and LJvor
Tablets Invaluable for the touches of
biliousness natural to sedoutary life,
their net Ion being gentlo and offo'ct
lv(. clearing tho dlgostlve tract and
the head." Price, 25 centa. Samplca
free. All drtigglots.
; w0 i,avo a nico assortment to
BlQV, vou -t nricea that will aur-
nrJ,0 vol. fnr thnlr lownosn.
. Tiroi'i in ind ton q
I. n. Hayfer&Co.
W. Center St.
r-nune o;m ek TOi
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