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THE MAMOK DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1907.
,Your Spring Waif Pa
can be easily supplied here. If you
want the best in home decorations
Mfck want k something different,
QfrSlmbderate cost see Msl We
will be delightedo show you.
, SpeciaI--2QinNtorie Greens,
in beautiful Parlor
terns, worth uo to
special price 25c.
Center street window.
THIRD ANNUAL GYMNASIUM
BANQUET HELD LAST NIGHT
One of the Most Successful Social Events Ever Held at the
Local Y. M. C. A.Hon. Grant E. Mouser Presides as
Toast Master Addresses Delivered by W. G. Harding,
Rev. E. A. King of Sandusky and Dr. George J. Fisher
of New York City John H. Clark Presents Medals to
The third annual gymnasium ban.
quel, which wa? hold between the
hours of G130 and id o'clock last cv.
cnlng In the asociatlon banquet rooms
proved a success In every detail . One
hundred and tblrty.uvo guests, com
prising Marlon's most distinguished
and representative business men wero
present, and a program of after-dinner
speeches, was enjoyed.
'The buvccrs of the. affair can bo
greatly credited to the energotlc of.
forts of Physical Director O. 11.
Douthltt, who put his whole soul Into
ll and spared no effort or self-sac.
rlflco to make thVoccasfon the great
est 4 Iii Its line, over held In the Absoc-tloii-.
Mr. Douthltt came to the city
kas than a year ago, and his con.
sltent hard' work lias mado a prom
inent telling on local athletic nffalrs.
The decorations upon the occasion
wore very elaborate. The banquet
room wbb draped In red, whlto and
bliio bunting and American flag3.
The tables wero modestly adorned
with ported plants and cut flowers,
th'6' color scheme, green and whlto,
(Tho guests assembled at the np.
pointed hour and after a short recep.
tlon In the lobby of tho building, wero
Bcated at the banquot tables. Tho
banquet, of four courses wa3 served by
Miss Qraco Dcnman, Miss Ada Mon.
nette, Miss Cora Zachman, Miss Grace
Dlohl, Miss Edna DeWolfo, Mlas Do
Kmnrn Hawley Miss Lulu Rubons,
Miss Stella Leech, MIH3 Carrlo Morrls;
Miss Lola Itamor, Miss Ada,1 Bowcn,
ftllss Carrlo Morris, Mrs,," C. M.
Douthltt and Mis Alsbaugh.
An especially pleasing feature of the
banquet hour was a lino program of
orchestral selections rendered by tho
They came in this morning.
Frosh and, crisp.
16c PEJl POUND
A full vegetablo display to
morrow . At
F. J. LUSCH
M,B. Cor. State & CenUr Sta.
Prunes nover wore nicer than
V. ,l ,.,. ann nrlnnn liawai.
uttro TSW6r"tbTmriSSi"rii00iBT "J
tTt.. fl nvnnaa 1 IV. tniT OK
VUiy UUO yiuuva ....u u 1.
. Tiro-nr onnfl X ID XOr ZOO
tapr.w 2 te 25cTeaohe8 a -Er :e "--,.
Extra large ones 15c per lb
EYporated Apricots .. 18c per lb
Tiyiporatea -rachea , .' 15 & 18o lb
Eaisins k.. 2 lb for 25o
Currants X, . 2 lb for 25c
Phone 30 20!) E. Center Street.
,v'!Agenoy for Wood's Boston Coffee
Y. M. C. A. quintette, under the
direction of Harvey Martin.
'After tho Inner man had been satis-
fled, chairs woro pushed back, and
Hon. Grant B. Mouser, toastmastcr
of tho occasion, made some Interesting
remarks. Mr. Mouser paid several
pretty compliments to tho city of Ma
rlon, declaring It tho best town in
Ohio, and ono of tho best in tho
United States. His assertion was
greeted with applause. In tho course
of his oponlug remarks, ho declared
that tho Y. M. C. A. Is tho greatest
club in America, and that ho bo.
Uevcd that any man who is a mem
ber of tho Marion Asociatlon Is bet
tered mentally, physically, spiritually
and every way.
In introducing Itov. K. A. King, of
Sandusky City, tho first speaker of the
program, Mr. Mouser declared, him
the pastor 'of ono of tho most sue.
ccssful churches In tho country, and
an nuthorlty1 along the lines of phys-
Rev. King spoke on tho theme,
"Physical Training from a Minister's
Viewpoint." Ho said, ".Man Is not a
happy, cheerful Christian, unless his
physical condition Is such as to sustain
tho qualities. Metal and moral llfo
Is handicapped by physical weakness.
I believe that physical tralnlnc nnd
religion p'lould go along hand In hand
becauso It Is hardly lroslblo for a man
to bo accomplished In ono without tho
Tho speaker declared that In the
church at Sandusky they hnvo a
small gymnasium nnd glvo consider,
able attention to physical tralnlnc.
However, ho said that when tho
church combines athlotlcs with Its ro.
liglon it la liable to becomo tho sub
ject of sovoro criticism. "It Is nee.
ossar to have a physical strength In
-mm iu nayn lasim? lntn llPCtltfll
power," remarked Rev. Mr. King.
In concluding ho said, "Not only
h tho training of tho body which re
sults from continues gymnasium work
a great feature, but thn faiinwuTitn
association, environment of the gym
nasium is splendid. Tho Influonco of
a Christian physical director and tho
good fellowship of tho clean fair
minded men which frequent tho gym
is effective and impresses in a way
that Is never forgotten. Tho call,
ing of a physical director Is ono of
tho most glorious In the world, his
opportunities are many, his work is
to accomplish tho Erw.-itoKt nnaoii.iV.
good for his fellow man nnd many
noblo blessings grow out of tho
'Mr. "w, h. Harding was tho next
speakor. "Physical Culturo," was
his thomo. As an example of hjs
texM",0. speaker mentioned Theodoro
waif liberal applause. Mr. Harding
referred In physical culturo in ancient
history, pointing' to fammm n..fcn
: , "' 0l country 10 introduce physical
lra,nlng, and thO first to ndvnilfn o
'ittnsf .. . .7. . ww "
csree of modern civilization.
--o.v vi uiuuurn civilization. Tho
spoakor demonstrated by historical
uuuri wunout physical training.
iProbably what could be named as
! Pw P' aMreB8 of th0 ovon,"B
was that of Dr. Georgo J. Fisher,
Si V f phyalcal department 0
n a ..- .. --""
....viunuunai committee, y. nr
lo nn'nX A 7, X0TK cuy- Dr- Fisher
Is undoubtedly among tho croatost
authorities the country on Phys S
heat '"hM h'8 nddres was'a rare
tieat both 'from an oratorical a'mi
pnctlral standpoint. wlHPIC, nml
- i '
Training In Relation' to Modern Liv
ing." He spoke of the great tend
ency of tho people to congregate n
tho cities and declarod that as the
tendency Increases, so should tho
tendency for physical training In.
crease, In order that tho pent up mil
lions might recolvo duo exorcise, and
thus promote a higher form of civil,
In. tho course of his remarks, Dr.
Fisher said, "Do yon know that a
city man is four Inches smaller than
d, man.of, the, country? ,Woll, ho is
nnd it is simply; because iho city man
Ih not provided"" wilh"mcans of prop,
nrly living in his now environment,
we Just recently made an examina
tion of all of tho school children in
New York City, and tho test of phys.
leal efficiency disclosed that 70 per
cent, aro physically defective."
Tho speaker showed that tho appll.
cation of machinery, increases, tho
demand for physical culturo and
training schools. Ho doclnrcd that
tho man who is shut up In the shop
watching a machine work for ton
hours a any, is Just ns much In need
of physical training and exorcise ns
tho office man.
"What n problem It Is to raise a
boy In a largo city," oxclalmed tho
speaker. "Thcro aro beautiful yards
to look at, but tho child Is not a!,
lowed to play In them. Ho Is do.
prlved of exorcise, which Is tho most
Important factor, and which Is practlc.
ally an essentiality in tho rnislng of
a child. The child docs not play
merely because It wants to, but be
causo It has to."
In concluding the speaker remarked
that mon and boys often go to ex.
tromes In their play. Speaking, of
football in college ho said, "I would
not give tho remlnlsenccs of my ex.
perlenccs on tho football gridiron for
tho richest gift on earth. It taught
mo courage, developed nerve and de
termination to go ahead regardless of
tho cost." Tho speaker emphasized
tho Importance of fair play In all
sports and declared the change In tho
football rules a wise act, becauso of
Its blotting out tho departments of
the gamo where tempting opportunl.
ties for foul play wero frequently pro.
John II . Clark, In a short clevor
speech presented tho medals won in
the season's gymnasium contest. Mr.
Hollls Pace received tho gld medal,
Howard Maag the silver and Frazler
Guthcry the bronze.
Mr. H. E. Owen, former secretary
of the local Asociatlon, now of Co.
lumbus, was present nnd responded to
tho call of the toastmastcr with a
few interesting remarks.
Yes I Have Found it at Last.
iFound what? Why that Chambor
lntn'8 Salvo cures eczema nnd all
manner of itching of the skin. I
hnvo boon afflicted for many years
with Bkln disease. I had to get up
three or four times evory night, and
wash with cold water, to allay the
terrible Itching, but since using this
salvo In December, 1905, tho itching
has stopped and has not troubled
me. Elder John T. Ongley, Root,
vlllo, Pa. For salo by all druggists.
One of the Oldest Residents
of the City.
Born in Germany He Came to
America in 1847 Had Lived
Here for Fifty-one Years.
lingering illness ofi near-
years, John Schneider,
ono of tho olddebt resideuts of the
vly, died at tiino o'clock Friday
morning: at his homo on North
Jriiin btieet wheio he Juid resided
I'd more than i'orty-i'ivo years.
Tnkcu ill about eight years ago
with tomnch trouble Mr, Schneid
er was forced to retire . At times
his health improvod somewhat but
the improvement was only tempor
ary. During tho past two weeks
lie had been very low, the infirmi
ties of old ago contributing to tho
causes of 'his demise.
The deceased was born in Alninn
diiigon, Baden, Gerjnnny, 82 years
ago. Ho came o America in 1847
and nino yeiaiR later look up his
resilience in tlis city, lie engaged
in the boot nnd shco bnvuess in
wliicli iio wa succeeded by his bon
John M, Schnoidor.
AiinongtUio older residents of the
city and county Mr. Schneider
waa very well kuowii and his do
mis ylrile' -not unexpected has been
a sovord' shock to tl(6ht, Threo sons
Charles CI., Joint M.h of this city
and Chr'Ui)VM oe Cincinnati and
three daughters Mis. L. W. Wat
zoll,, Mis. ,Bertlia Seckel, of this
city nnd Mrs. h. h. Haverly of
Tlio funenrl services will bo hold
nt 2 o'clock Monday afternoon nt
Salom's Kvangelical ohurcU Rev.
Mr. iRoinicko officiatincr. Intor-
Linent will bo made nt Marion cemo-
At Y. M
C. A, tonight, "Yellow.
Alone Park" with insylng pictures,
only a, dime,. t
No New Freight House for
NEEDED FUNDS LACKING
Local Railroaders are Greatly
Private Car "Yellowstone Park"
Arrives in City This Morning
Lecture on for Tonight.
According to the statement o n
New York: , Erie ofticial tho Erio
will not conMnict u now freight
house m tho local ynrds this year
ns wan planned. It booms wi though
tho necessary funds are lacking to
carry out the many cbnprovcmcnts
which have been lccommcndcd by
tho division officials within tho
past year, nnd tho high officials
have scon fit to cut out those, im
provements which aro not absolute
ly necessary. And tho local freight
hoitbo propositions seems to come
under the cut-out list.
Marion has been promised a new
freight house innumerable times
periodic promises having been mado
for the past seven years. This timo
however, the local employes of tho
"vnf ilin,4rtV' ' frniirllf linncn itnt'il
well assured that tho company
meant business nnd ccshiey and
joy thrilled their beings when tho
officiuls announced ilint work
would actually begin on tho con
struction of tho new frc'ifu'; depot
early in ,tho spring. JJtaippoiut
ment is again to bo their lot ic
seems and if ten jeais from now,
tho Eric is fctill handling its freight
in tho old tottering building locat
ed tliis side of Kenton Avon no it
will bo tho circumstance of a pre
diction mado by a wise railroader
who .patiently worked in Marion
circles in tho year of, 1007,
Private car "YMIowainnn PmL-"
arrjved 5n tho IocaI yaids. tliis
morning at 7:30 o'clock on the
I'eniu.ylvanioj. coming from Colum
bus whero last ijiht nn exhibition
was given nt' hicb, it was ncccs
h!iry to turn q,vay feovcral hundred
ncoplo, oil nccoimt of not suffi
cicnt beating capaclitj1.
Tho car was .placed in tlio south
yard and all day scores of people
interested in western teencry and
products visited it. Tho car is in
charge of several "'noted men. Tliey
aro Mr. E. C. Culver, a noted
lecturer on tho Yellowstone l'aik
subject Mr. E. B. Thompson, for
merly of tho yiteror depaitincnt,
Waslrigton, D. C.,, and Mr. Geo.
Greek, electrician. Also Georgo
Foycs travelling .passenger ngont
of tlio Northern Pacific.
in no l. M. c. A. audilorium
tonight Mr. Culver will .-;,. ...
f iiifv famous' lectiimc -l..i. .:n
bo fully ilhustrateil by slides and
niovmtr picturo scones. All lovers
of, good scenerj-nnd dolail stories
should, not miss rtlio entertainment
Tlic Erie shops at iruiitingfni
enmo near being 'destroyed by l'iro
about noon yesterday according to
tlio reports of train crew.? running
into Marion this- morning. Firo
broko out in the. boiler room
shortly befora noon and was first
discovered by W. H. Cone, firo.
man who gavo tho nlnnn Tim '-n.
started from a spark from tho
smoke stack catching in tlio roof.
Thn steam pipes and roof in to
boiler room wiffored considerable
damage but outside of this the
damage was slight' Tho damage
will not exceed .fSOO.
Tho local union cj'cpot ticket of.
f;fco has iceoivcd itfirst supply of
tickets to bo used",' for tlio James
town exposition. There are a lai-o
number of different, forms of tick
ots ns tho traveller will hnvo'
scores of routes, cither by rail or
wntor. rlmt will '4probably bo ono
of thn mcfit popular .routes will bo
tho ono offered by tho New Yoik
Contral lincsi via- New York city
nnd water to Norfolk. This routo
wal cost about $29.
t Erie pn'vato car ko. f)03 arrived
m tho city last night' on train No.
7. Tt was omwii&j. bv Ocncrnl
Snpopnicndont II.Jlp. "Dunklo and
traffio manager C..S. Stuart nnd
a partv of rrii9cofficiab. Tho
car In ll in tho yards over night
and this- morning tho officials mndo
and in&pcction, of .the local yards.
Tho "Roggnr Princo" theatre
comonny was 'handled by Hocking
Valley tram No. ,33 from Colum
bv t its morning. It tvs trans
ferred at tho local depot to Erio
tram No. 3 for Chicao..
(At Y. M, O.
fitono Park'' with
omy a dlme
THE STORY HOUR
Will Take Place Tomorrow at the
Y. M. C. A.
Tho "Story Hour," which occurs ev.
ery four weeks at tho Public LI.
brary, will bo hold Saturday "morning
at tho Y. M. C. A. auditorium at
Tho splendid stories and lectures
which have been given by tomo pf, tho
best talent of pur city nrp deservedly
popular, and tho present library
quarters hao becomo too, small for
tho crowds of young folks who at
tendv Thcro will bo plenty of room at
tho Y. M C. A. and no one need
leave for want of a scat.
Tomorrow morning, Itev. E. O.
Mapes will entertain the boys and
girls with an account of his "Ad.
ventures In a How Boat." Ho will
also speak of tho Indian .Camp
grounds which ho visited. Mr. Mapcs
ability to Interest young people is
well known In Marlon.
Tho "Story" will begin promptly at
10 o'clock. All tho boys nnd glrla
are Invited and the entertainment la
Sco Bontz & Court for that new
Blcyclo, 220 East Center street.
A PKO.MOTER IN TOWN-Ho Is
selling stock In the greatest enter.
prise In tho world. Many Marlon
stockholders who wero so fortunate
ns to obtain shares several years
ago, gay that they are receiving divi
dends amounting to from 100 per cent
to 500 per cent annually, and aro nd.
vising their friends to buy quickly.
Llko all other enterprises tho suc
cess In obtaining big dividends de.
ponds upon thoso who handle the
business. Tho stockholders of this
concern do not depend upon others
for tho best results, but have tho
entire control of their own share,
and can make a. success In propor.
t'on to tho personal Interest they
take. Tho shares kiay vary somo in
price, tho avcragobelng about $7G
and can bo paid f6V In cash or in
easy monthly paymcnV. Thcro Is no
person In any walk oflfo that can.
not make tho best investment of
his llfo In buying oi oi theso
shares, as ho will alwaK rccclvo
big dividends as long ns ho lives, it
ho has tho ambition to tako advantage
of this opportunity and cot busy.
For further Information call on W.
I j. Fronting, local representfitlvej
room No. 3, Huber Dldg. Phones:
City 1061, Boll 333Y.
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS
' Sox 799, BCnANTON, PA.
Fleate eipLln. without further obligation nn inypurt. 4
how I can quality lor a larger salary and advance.
roent to the poiltlon before which 1 have marked X. 4
CItII Service Kiami.
1'uwer btatlon Supt.
Contractor rv Hull.lcr
k. K. Construction Enff.
If tho rotltlon )ou wlih to gain It not In the Hit, ttato
' what It la "
. St. A; No..
. City i, State.
At Y. M
Only a dimo
M:tcs Minnie and Alico Klinglo
enlei tallied a number of their
friends at tho homo of their par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Klinglo.
two nnd one, lialf miles noitli of
Waldo TuoMlay evening.
An old fasfiicnied country dance
was the feature of tho occasion.
The Ulks" Dancing club gavo tho
fifth of tho scason'H series of dances
at tho Jlnber hall Thursdiiy oveniug
A company of thlrly.flva couples
passed a .delightful ovenlng dancing
to music furnished by Schwinger's
orchestra. Tho next danco will be
given early In May.
Tho Young Ladles Missionary So
ciety of tho German M. 13. Church
was ontortalned hibt night at an ap.
ron social at tho home of Mrs. William
Wqher, on Windsor street. A vory
pleasant ovenlng was onjoyed by tho
largo numbor in attendance. Tho
next meeting will ho hold nt tho homo
of Mrs. Frank Mayor, of Cherry
'J'ho Women's Korolgn Missionary
society of EpwortliuM. U. Churfh,
met yestorday afjleriioonUn the churfch
parlors. A vrvy'interosHng i .'report
of tho conference hold this week- at
Upper Sandii3ky wag glvon by Mrs.
K. M. Mealoy and Sirs, J. V. Prey.
The lesson for tho meeting was taught
by Mrs, D. W. Btrayor and Mrs.
The Women's Foreign Mission
ary socioty of tho United Brethren
church imot Thutsday afternoon
with a good attendance. Alo.
from, tho regular routine busiuoss
tho unnutl election of, officors w.13
hold and resultwl ins follows:
President, Mi-r. ll, 0. Dunn;
.Vico Pd-csidou Mra. L, C, Iteedj
" WTtli ,
Houw ol Kuppenhdraer
Secretary, Miss' Snr.ih Shoddy;
Trcnsuier, Mrs. William Colurj
Orgnn'l-itj, Mrs. Myrtlo Mason.
A resolution was adopted ex
tending n voto of, thanks to those
who. assisted nt the faster supper.
Tho next meeting -will bo held at
the homo of Mrs." Mnudu Littlo on
Dulnw.aic avenuo tho first Thursday
The members of tho joung mnr-
ried ladles' Embroidery Club enter.
tnlncd their husbands last night at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. William
Prolrst on Columbia street with a
five courso six o'clock dinner. After
dinner tho hours wero whilcd away at
"500," six tables being In operation.
Tho first prizes woro won by Miss
H. A. Amann nnd Mr. Fred Ter
pany, while consolation honors were
bestowed upon Mrs. .1. J. Smiley and
Mr. Charles Selby.
Tho remainder of tho evening was
spent In social conversation. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hughes were club
guests. Tho next meeting will bo
held Wednesday, April 21, nt tho
residence of Mrs. Pearl Dundorc.
Mi-, Lena. Davids pleasantly
terlaiiiod tho mcmbei'S of
tho "oOO" club at her homo on West
Columbia street yeslerdny evening.
Practically all of tho members
weiv present and n most delightful
evening resulted. Tho hastens scrv-i
cd u light luncheon nt 10 oclock.
At tho Lutheran chuicli parsonage-
on the Marion and Delaware
pike,, Mr. llcmy A. Ebert nnd
Mis.s Oli.o A.' Counterman of
Wiildo vcio quietly' united sin mar
riage nt .1:110 o'clock Tlmrsdny af
ternoon by Hev, Philip Dichlnian.
Tlio groom is a jiroaiinent ynung
fanner living east of Waldo. Tho
linde was lonnerly from Lima,
Ohio, but recently resided nt tho
homo of L. M:llcr ca.st of Waldo.
Mr. and Mrs. Kburt will immo
diutcly tako up their residence on
ji fnn'n near Waldo.
of all kinds for Saturday. Try our fine
Apex Regular hams. They arVdelicious.
Pride of Ohio maple syrup at $1.20
per gal. is the only kind to buy. Our
old cabbage just received is good and
A trial order and you'll be convinced
we sell only good eatables. Come in and
get acquainted if you don't buy.
BOTH PHONES 29
DON'T BE HASTY
Do not mako tho mistako of
bargains you can select from
Suits novor beforo shown.
plain colors, Somo of them worth as high as $22.60.
Wo bought 'thorn right and will soil them .right .
YOucREJDlT IS GOOD.
MARION CLOTHING & CLOAK 00,
215 Wt Center St.
You Own a
Ours are the guaranteed
kind, waterproof and. jjjfgg?
reining. All ccA6;J
$ra to $30.
HUGHS & CLEARY
THREW DYNAMITE CAPS
INTO A LIGHTED STOVB
Marysvlllc, O., April 12. S. T...
Harder, by mistake, threw n box of
dynamite caps Into a lighted stove.
The explosion seriously Injured Hard,
or and Samuel Dunsee, a bystander,
and partially wrecked tho building.
For Men and
Wc have made special
preparations for your
comfort in apparel for
the feet. Wc handle the
shoes for men and
shoes for women
These arc makcHf. that
come in all the different
shapes, and arc made to
lit the feet. Let us try
a pair on you. "
buying a Suit boforo you seetWr
New shadow plaids, checks
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n J .-lk i v . i . "' N i c . i Li