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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, 'TUESDAY, APRIL
F. i '
This sdason of tho year it is
hard to get nico fruits, but did you
ever try our Olney fruita7 We
have tho Strawberries, Cherries,
Blackberries, Black and Red Rasp
berries. We guarantee them to bo
the best you over had or your
money back. Everyone says they
are just as nice as tho fresh fruit.
t ROBINSON'S GROCERY
Phone 39 209 E. Center Street..
Agency for 'Wood's Boston Coffee
P.'lf JL-. " ! "
NEW OIL FIELDS
Newark, 0., April 23. Edward
Everett, of tins city, and August
Busch, oE Kt. Louis, have .sold
itheii interest m the New lllinris
oil field to tk.J Stead l. I, lor A"5Dr
An Island Magnet.
Tho Island ot llornholm, situated In
the naltlc, acts an a hugo magnet. It
exerts Hiich an Influence on tho com
paRR that It can cause a vessel to turn
perceptibly aside from Us course.' The
effect of this magnet Is perceptible at
dlstanco of 9b miles.
Queer Municipal Industry.
The corpc-atlon of Durgess Hill,
Sussex, England, grows peppermint
municipally, and so profitably as to
have made a marked reduction In tho
W have the best in the
city, Guaranteed to be
15c Per Poured
F. J. I-USCH
N.E. Cor. StaU & Cntr BU.
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rrw. . i i m w . ,,
Hand-tailored throughout, guaranteed absolutely
shape retaining. A most sensible garment for every
Mrs. Susan A. Powers Dies
ACTIVE CHURCH WORKER
During-Long Residence Here
had Made Many Friends
Mrs. Powers for 6 ? Years was a
Membfir of the Presbyterian
Church Funeral Wednesday.
Mrs. Susnu Ainnnda Powers, one
of tlio oldest and most beloved resi
dcnfa,djJ2io -Sty, died at 11:30
o'clock Monday night at tho homo
of her bo'n,' Edward E. Powers, on
Tho deceased .was taken, ill nbout
six months' ago and her health had
been poor feinco that time. About
llireo weeks ngo a general decline
commonccdfliid it, was evident bnt
the end was near at hand.
Tho maiden name o Mrs. Pow
ers was Susan "Amanda Pnnconst.
She was born in Catawissa, Pa.,
March 17, l&-". Six years later her
parents moved to "Wayne county,
Ohio, where- they made their homo
for a number ot years. On
February 2."i, 184a, she was mar
ried to Dr. vTamW 'Dawson Oailcy,
of Dalton and in IS.Vi camo with
her ihusbnud to this city. Dr.
(Jailey died in lPoli lea.ving two
children C'alvJn P. Oailcy and
Evelyn, the latter dying shortly af
terward. M.rsJ. Ga'fley was married to
Edward E. Powers, ot San Fran
cisco, September 8, 1802 and lived
in that place until 18(S, her hiw--Irand
.having died four yeurs pre
vious and she returned to this city
with her stni Edward E. Powers
.vlio survives her find has sJnco liv
Tlie deceased joined tho Presby
terian church at Dalton in 1S13
the ''local church in 1832 nnde a.
church of .tlij.it denomination in
Oakland, California, ten years later.
While .'in California she with a
number of, others interested in
church work organized the Pres
byterian churclt at Alameda, Cali
fornia, Upon her a-etum to this city she
again identified hcr&elf with the
First Presbyterian church and
Las been most active in its every
department. Mrs. Powers was tho
oldwt member qf the church at
tho time of her death.
Always interested in tho welfare
of other and In niaiCng tho way
pleasant for these about her Mrs.
Powers endenrcd herself to many
friends over whom her death has
cast, a heavy pall of sorrow.
She met death bravely, planning
her own funeral service and unak
ing 'all arrangements for her bur
in!, went to meet, her Maker.
Tlio funeral service will bo he'd
WedlisVday afternoon at throo
o'clock u t tho res'idonco on ' east
Church street, Rev. Oeorgo M.
Rourko officiating. The burial at
Marion cemetery will , follow (lie
services at 'tho house and will lie
The social committee of the Tally
Wag Club Is maklnc arrancements
for an informal orchestra dance to be
given at the cIud the latter part of
In bono- ot his .birthday anniver
sary, George W. Baker, of East Cen
ter street was pleasantly surprised by
a largo unuiber ot relatives last
night, he affair was arranged by
Mrs, Baker nnd was as completo a
bijrpWiseeas could bedoslred. When
Mr. Baker arrived at his homo at
night he was greeted by his guests
land a fine six o'clock- dinner was then
The guests woro Mrs, C E. Baker
of Lima; Rev. and Mrs. "W. II. Baker
Of Liberty Center; Mr. and Mrs.
Baker ot Forest: Mr. and .Mrs. W.
D. Baker and son LcRoy; Misses Ruth
ana Lavona Baker, . Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Baker and sons Harry and
Ralph, of this city.
v At hi eh noon Tuesday, the wed
ding of Miss FronthMOraFely and Mr.
HarW O. FVlnv wn enlnmnlvvl nl
lho home ot the brtrte'st parents. Mr.
ami .Mrs. wiinam Grnceiy, at No.
210 J-2 South Alain street, i'ho cer
emony was performed by Rey. C.
K. Bucrklc, pastor of the German M.
II. church, and was witnessed by a
company composed only of Immodfato
The pretty ring service was used.
As the bridal party .entered the
parlor, Mrs. Henry Mack, of Lima,
sister of the groom, played Mcn
dclsiohn's wedding march. . The
brldo and groom wer attended by
Henry Mack, ot Lima, Carl Alhrccht,
of Cincinnati, Miss Bertha Gracely,
Mr. Albert and Harvey Gracely, lit.
tie Miss Helen Albrecht 'and Master
Tho bride was'lcharmlngly dressed
Mu pure white and carried a bouquet
of bride's .OSes.
Following the ceremony, an excel
lent wedding dinner was served. ,Mr.
and Mrs. Kglcy left nt !1:15 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon for a trip through
Lima, Cincinnati, and several points
!n West Virginia, before ga'ng to
New York City, where they will
make their home at No. 121 "West
101 street. They will bo at home
after May l.
Both the bride and groom, have a
wide acquaintance in Marlon, where
both formerly resided. Tho bride un
til four years ago, was a teacher In
tho local schools. Since then she
has been living In Columbus and Cin
cinnati. She Is a member ot the O.
;C. club, a social organization com
posed exclusively of school teachers.
The groom Is now emplojcd as sup
erintendent of the mechanical depart,
ment of the Haynes-Apperson Auto
mobllo company, of New York City.
Until eight years ago he lived In .Ma
rlon, where' he was connected with
the hardware firm of Kllng & Wil
son. He wis prominent In Marlon
social circles, having been a member
of the Tally AVag club.
Guests' ironi out of the city were
Mrs. Louisa Egley, Spencervllle; Mr.
ami Mrs. August Hell, New Knox
Vlllo; Mr. am'. Mrs. Henry Mack,
Lima; and Mr. and Mrs. Carl AI.
brecht 'rtnd family, Cincinnati.
A daughter was bom. Monday,
to Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Alien of
Pennsylvania avenue .
Tlio 1-egnhvr semi-monthly mcet
'iiig of the city school board was
postponed last night cu account of
it heir circus 'night and nto)
there being no urgent business to
Funeral services ovo.- tho remains
of Mrs. P. T.Lighlner will be hold
tomorrow afternoon nt 1:30 o'clock
at the residence on South Main st.
Rev. C. W. Hensel officiating. Tho
remains will bo laid at rest In Mar
Sam Bo'idovinc, an Italian cm
ployed at tho Erie transfer-house,
lind his right leg badly . crushed
while at work, Monday after
noon, lfe was taken to 'tho Dr.
O. J'j. Sawyer Sanatorium i'oi
treatment this morning.
ixical Christian Rndcavor socjety
workers aro preparing to send dele,
gates to tho annual state convention,
which win jo held in Columbus, Juno
25, 20, 27 and 28. Sovernl of the Ma
rlon churches will bo represented.
The local Presbyterian congregation
will also he represented by delegates
to tho annual assembly to take place
1" Columbus. May 10.
Tlio regular monthly business
meeting of, tho official board of
tho German 'M. E. church was hold
t tlio church yesterday evening.
Urnot rally nil of ,tho membors
weio present. Aside from transact
ing tho regular a-outino business,
tho monthly reports ifram tlio var
ious dcnartiirioiits woro submitted
shUwiug every nun-; in excellent
I t ..
$10 to $30.
Will Enter- Harvard Univer
sity This Fall
SCHOOLS HAVE ADVANCED
Wonderfully Since MrTubbs
Came to Marion
With His Family He will Move to
Cumbtidge to Resume His Study
Prof. Frank D. Tubhs. principal
ot the local high school, has notified
the teachers' committee of tho school
board that at, th close ot tho school
year he wi'l sever his connection
with tho Marion high school and en.
tor Harvard University to take up tho
study of history.
When Interviewed this morning, Mr.
Tubus declared that he has long had
a desire to ro-enter collego and spe
cialize on history and although It Is
with deep regret that he gives up bin
school work hero, he feels as though
It lu now or never and consequently a
few days ago definitely decided to
take up what ho' considers a life op
portunity. "My work , here has always been
pleasant, 1 have' thoroughly enjoyed
It, and It Isnot on account of any
grievance that I resign," declared Mr.
Tubbs. The school board has known
for several months ot Mr. Tubb's in
tentions of leaving at the close of tho
year, but was hopeful that ho might
change his mind.
Mr. Tubbs came here five years ago
from Cellna, Kansifs. He entered tho
high school La instructor of physics
and mathematics," and was employed
In that capacity for. two years. From
tho first, ho displayed extraordinary
talent in all. educational affaiis. When
Miss Anna Fife resigned as princi
pal of flio high school three years
ago, ho was unanimously chosen by
the board as h'er-.successor and en
tered his term as principal in tho
fall or 1901.
Tito prlnclparhasheld the high
esteem of pupils and "teachers, and
has always distributed -'his time lm.
partially. With the assistance of
Superintendent Frank';1,. Mr. Tubbs
converted the school into n
strictly first class high ..school, and
uio course was so strengthened that
any graduate can cntep. any college
In the country without being com
pelled to tnkc preparatory work.
The best tribute that can be paid
tho retiring principal Is that ho
labored diligently and consistently
with mind, body and s,o:l in his work.
Tho news of his resignation will
y-imo as a surprise totho teachers
and students. Prof. .Tubbs will carry
tho best flshes of scores of friends
for succcsT In his work In the great
Mr. Tubbs will move his family to
Camhridgo Massachusetts shortly af
ter commencement and, after several
weeks' vacation will enter Harvard.
'It's the llttlo flnlshng touches
that wo put on the "Now Idea"
Iiatstliat mako them favorites with
Morion Indies, who caro. Let u
how yqu. n
8 36,000 POSTCARDS
Has Been Received by Mr. C
G. Wiant '
The Cards RepresentIrig'i2'DIfferent
Views were Made In
Probably tho laigest-'rconsigrimont
C nit post cards received 5u Ma
rion. icnehed. tlio city yestordny,
consigned J 'U C, a. .Want, tljc
Weat Center street bookseller,
I'liirty-sixQ iiiousiid carls mudo
n Uenunnyg e.xpicssly 'for Mr,,
icautitul, being done in inv.
.vh'ish nro truo and w'liicli nro" ex
tremely attractive. .."
Twelvo diffcreiifc views nro rap
resented in tho scries of cards.
They aro Mirror .Bond, in tho Sci
do, tho Carnegie library, plant oC
ho Marion Steam Shovel coninanv.
Vo8t Center street, Vidiy ofi the
Scioto near tlreen. Camp, Commor
"in! club, birds, oye viow from tho
u ucr oiccic looking oast, Wad
dels Home for Orphans, Waddell
If dies Home, tlio 'Vnio'n Station
bmls oyo vitow looking'north iixwn
'ho stand nine: hlltn ui. iirj..
mime vuiuiipuu iius ampio consgn.
iiloiit, Tito j cards aw.Jrnndo fiwm
-Tows taken for MrTWanfc bore in
rurion and Mun'on county anil nro
Have You a Rain Coat?
Ours are called the Watershed
proof and shape retaining.
;,tosM$o.OO to $30.00.
. MAKE HAUL
Flat of Fred Lemp
LARGE SUM OF MONEY
Within Easy Reach Over
looked by Robbers
Two Wayward Girls Committed to
Columbus Workhouse Circus
Crowd was Very Orderly.
Between two and four o'clock yes.
terday afternoon while tho family
was absent, the flat of Fred G.
Lcmp, In the Denman uiock on West
Center street, was entered by bur
glars and everything was thrown In
to a state of chaos lu the hunt for
The burglars secured an entrance
by using skeleton keys. Trunks and
(bureau drawers were turned upside,
down over tho floor of tho rooms.
A Jadlcs' swiss watch, a watch
chain two vnluabl'o rings, a razor
and a stick pin were the articles
taken by fie robbois. A largo sum of
money and . number of valuables
within epsy reach were overlooked
by the robbers. Tho burglary was
reported to the police by Mr. Ijomp.
It is tho opinion of the police that
the burglary Is the work or local tal
ent and that the ones doing tho work
were entirely famllar with the prem
ises. An Investigation Is being made.
May Humes and Nellie Jinks, two
young girls were arrested last night
by Captain Worthlugton and charged
with loitering and disorderly conduct.
Tho girls arowhat ' is termed street
walkers and have been in theo police
court on previous occasions.
Determinei' to rid the city of birds
of like feather, tho mayor sentenced
them to thirty days In tho Columbus
workhou.se. They wero taken to Col
umbus this afternoon by an officer.
On every circus and every fair day
Kdward Smith gets full and when
ho gets full ho gots bomewhat hilar
ious. Yesterday was no exception to
tho usual habits of the man and ho
i was arrested by Officers Hostetter
and Chapman. Ho paid n fine ot $5 lu
court this morning and promised tho
mayor that when fair tlmo comes ho
will hieak away from his usual stunt
William Dollavon, of Caledonia,
was arrested for drunkenness on east
Center btrect, last evening by Offl.
cers Hostetter, and Chapman Ho ar
ranged to pay a fine of $r. at his
hearing this morning.
Hnrry Dillon, of Ilellcfontalno was
arrcsiou ny uuiccr uaucocic ana was ;
locked up In tho city prison. Ho
promised to pay a fine of $".
No roports of tho operation lit my
pickpockets nt the cirrus or dn.'lDg Hid
tho parade yesterday have bean n.ndo
to the police A number of special ol
flcers In plain clothes aided tho reg
ulars In handling the crowds and pre
serving order. Tho bunch following
tho circus was unusually, well behaved
and It was unecessary to maho any
arrests. Circus day wan quite remark
able In that respect,
Smart & Waldell's
THE QUALITY STORE.
Good Shoes for men, women and children
at prices to suit YOU.
MAIN & CENTER STREETS.
Von can sec all tlio new shapes
and sf.vlos in spring millinery nt
Tho Sew Idea Millinery Store,
hoi'flcr Block, Hast Church Street.
INABILITY TO SAY AWAKE
MAY COST HiM HIS LIFE
New York, April 23. His Inabil
ity to keep awake more than three
days and nights iray cost Illego Nar
donip, tho Ice cream manufacturer,
his life. Nardomo received threaten.
that will not be interested
store in Marion for jetting
Men'3 heavy blue ovoralls
Men's fancy striped overalls
Mon's black duck overalls
Men's Jackets to match 49c
Boy's brownie overalls, dou
ble front 25c
Boys' overalls ..35 and 45c
Boys' black sateen waists..
25 and 48c
Boys black sateen shirt3 25c
THE RACKET STORE
m Tear up your Carpet IjfiS ''M . '"
WM and use rugs and painted, varnished, Mj '
q'JI stained or waxed floors. You'll have a f k
M more stylish home, and your floors will JR
B be better, cleaner, and more healthful. $$h J:
y in every way. i iS '"' v
1 Sherwin-Williams -jJE -'
I Modern Method Floor Finishes W '$X
I S've tne dressiest floor effects at a cost iS ;
I I that is always lowest. I 'vim ''
H For Painted Finish Inile VooxtTnc SAV. Imwi noon Paiht. I V$m
A l'orch Floors Tut S-w. Pencil fioon tutr. -VjSb. j
H frr7 rr Varnlsheil Finish Natural-4)i.or, , "')3R
I K VVl3L'v a Uurablo lloor arnith. IfoH
I H vTfyr SialneJ fioonuc, sum aaJ aruUh com. S
I H Jts,.y. For VVnxcJ rinlsh7rS.iy.fiootvjr. "nR '.
ijf, X3S v V 'or Unsightly Cracks i.i Old Floora . B&
a yJ 11 II 'HE S-W. CttCK HO BUH fllttll, Kk uH
y )Sf V If you are undecided , S 1
i ACfr 1 w as to bow you shall , ,iS !
V rcCT-" V J ;p S-W finish your floors, Jff j5
St.i-fM ?"l talk t0 usabout il HK
5, VrJdi t-lZZJ we can help you. s&t.
"- 2TT1 . If
Ing letters recently from "The Black
Hand." demanding money. Tho last
letter camo Saturday. He barricaded
himself In his rooms with a revolver
and kept an incessant watch. Early
todny Ills strength gave out, and he,
fell asleep. Nardomo awoko to faco
two men. One knocked hlhi down
with ills own revolver and shot lilm.
Tho nssasilns escaped.
GOES TO THE JURY
Columbus, O., April 23. Tho caso
of T.uwson H. Emerson went to the
in this sale? It's the greatest
what you need, cheaply.
Eoys' blue polka dot shirts
Men's black sateen shirts
Men's blue polka dofe shirts
Men's black and white stripo
Mon's 25c suspenders.. 20c
Boys' suspenders 5, 10, 15c
Men's $1.50 and $2.00 dress
hats, all shapes .... 98c
Men's pants 98, $1.48, $1. 48
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