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Many Germans In Paris.
Halt a century ago tho number of
Germans residing in Paris was 80,000.
GET THE CASH HABIT.
3'! it' W. . II.TW
WE NEVER SOLD
So many Long Silk Gloves. In a month from now you
begging for them.
20 inches long black and white $1.00
20 inches long black and whito $1.50
New- .York Store.
Our Suit Sale
Is pleasing everbody, and no wonder, as such prices on suits
were never before quoted. And wo will continue theso prices
until they are all sold, but of course you realizo tho early
comer gets the choice
$19.75 will get you any
$40 and $45 suit in tho
house. They're tfk I Q "JFC
special at ... .p 7i O
$16.75 will get you any
$35 suit. Blacks, checks and
plain colors; (ft n "r
all at qID.fO
In tho way of skirts wo
are surely giving a bargain.
Ono lot of $5, $5.75 to $0.50
values to go, QO QE
very special, at ..$UBOQ
All Kabo Corsets to soil at
To appreciate our new
styles in Riiincoata you must
seo thorn. All the now mod
els aro shown at $G.50 to
J. P. LUDWIG.
But. Four More Days of the
Big White Carnival
Certainly you will not wait, when in
four, days will slip away t;he opportunity
25 ori new crisp undermuslins.
.ft fourth on spring
iymmt : . .
ninaion)eiy on children s white ciothes.
11 15 to 30 on sheer white stuffs.
A fourth or more on laces and embroid
eries, etc., etc.
UHLER & PHILLIPS
Who owns a good Raincoat jitBt
what ho thinks of it and ho will
toll you he wouldn't bo without
if thoy cost double.
wo coriauuy navo jiaa a re
markable salo of Bain Coats this
season. Tho Stylish patterns, tHo
clevor shaping and tho splendid
values, all appeal to prospective
Wo can sell you a good Rain
Coat as low as ten dollars. Twen-ty-fivo
dollars buys the top notch
crs. Leave it to us and we will seo
that you get tho best possible value
for tho money you wish to spend.
Catholics Under American Flag.
Nearly 21,000,000 Roman Catholics
live under tho American flag.'
$9.85 for. any $25 Suit.
Theso aro light shades only,
$6.98 for any $15 and $20
Suit. All new models. To
Ono lot of $5 and $6.50
values in Waists, all-over,
hand embroidered and silk
effects, to go, Qt( qq
very special, at . $AawO
Our Umbrella department
is stocked complete with new
and desirablo styles. Theso
at 50c aro easily worth 75c,
whilo our $1, $1.50 and $2
values cannot bo excelled.
curtains and drap-
While Hanging Over Side of
MESSAGE FROM LONDON
Gives Statement From Pas
sengers on the Ship
It is Thought Former Marionlte Be:
cams Despondent Over a Number
of Recent Stage Failures.
According to n- Scripps-McRao
cablegram from London to tho Mir
ror today, i-rrcy jams; iunuiv
Percy Becrbower, ot this city, com
mitted su'fcida on tho Atlantic
Trausiporl Liner, Minneapolis.
As was stated in tho Mirror sev
eral days ngo 'young Janis who
adootcd that nnirto when his sister
became famous, was Jost ovorboard
during tho 'trip. It was generally
thought that ho had fallen over
According to tlio passengers on
tho ship Janis shot himself whilo
hanging, over tho side of tho ship
and his body fell into tho sea.
Friends- of the deceased young
man in thi city stato that ho was'
very despondent over n number o
recent etago failures and they bo
liovo that liis mind becamo derang
ed while on shipboard.
' The cablegram 3n "part follows:
London, April 'J3. Small doubt
remains Mint Percy Janis, tho ac
tor and brother of Elsio Jnnis, tho
Columbus actress, who disappeared
from tho Atlantic transport liner,
Minneapolis, committed Btflcido.
Stories told by passengers on tlio
steamer indicate .thnt Janis shot
himself whilo hanging over the
ship's sMo and fell into tho sea.
OF TUE FIREMEN
Saves Salmon Residence
From Total Destruction
Neighbors Lend a Hand in Taking
Furniture From Building
Fire, of a mysterious origin, waB
discovered yesterday afternoon about
5 o'clock, in tho upper part of tho
property owned by George Salmon,
at tho corner of Mt. Vernon and
Baker atrcots, and before tho flames
Were extinguished, tho entire front
and upper part of tho residence were
destroyed. The damage will amount
to about $1,500.
Tho Bmoke and Arc In tho cupalo
were discovered by neighbors, and an
alarm was sent In to tho Central, de
partment. When tho department
reached the 8conc, tho flames had
gained considerable headway, and
only vory efficient work saved tho
residence from compieto destruction.
Believing that tho building was
Idoomed, men, women and children of
me noignborhood braved flro and
water to save tho furnishings of the
house from destruction. Tho resi
dence is occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
George Salmon and Dr. and .Mrs.
.The flro was a hard ono to fight, as
the houso Ja an old structure, and
burned like so much paper. It re
quired an hour of tho hardest kind of
work before tho flames woro finally
extinguished. Tho damage to. the
lower part of tho houso was nrl'ncl-
pally caused by water and smoke.
The spacjous lawn surrounding tho
resldonco whb covored with furnlturo
that had been carried out.
Great crowds returning from the
circus woro attracted to the fire, and
remained until It was put out. It
roqitlred a small band1 of workers
eovoral hours to carry tho housohold
goodu back Into that part of tho resi
dence that remained Intact.
It Is supposed that the flro was
started by somo tinners who werq
at work qq the houso earlier In tbta
day or that Jt was duo to spontaig
opus, combustion In-.tho cupalo, IR
Odd Fellows Notice.
Friday evening, April ?6, tho 88th
anniversary of Odd Fellowship will
be celebratod lp Kosciusko Hall, on
North Main street. A committee
from Kosciusko and Waysldo Lodges
have arranged a very Interesting pro
gram, Tho first degree will be put
on by Salt Rock lodgo of Morral, fol.
lowed by prominent speakers, after
which abanquet will be served, As
this is to' be'il county, meeting, all
Odd Fallows of the county are ex
pected to !e. prescmt,
wined by Committee.
Jy. -'",, ",iv
Pve ye'H' seen
juatabie yoke ,
They fit neatly and are eas
ily adjusted, and cost no
more than tho old style make.
They come in the r
'. .ANb silk ' J ' p
For sale only at . , J.
WEST CENTER BTROTU
STORES WILL CLOSE
ON SABBATH DAY
Proprietors Arrive at
Four Men Refuse to Jo'n the Move.
ment Agreement Becomes
Effective at Once.
By tho terms of an agreement cn-
'tcrod into today, all of tne retail meat
market and grocery Btores,, with but
four exceptions, will remain closed
during the cptlro day on Sunday
throughout-the remainder of the year.
Tho present movement Is rather a
new departure for tho meat dealers
especially as 'for many years in tho
past It had been tho custom to re
main open on Sunday morning and
to makb deliveries at that time. A
great number of persons In tho city
do not havo ice during the summer,
and it has always been advisable to
remain vncn nn SnnflnvH tn Riirmlv
that portion tit" tho population.
The butchers have decided, how-
over, that they, In justice to them
selves and their employes who aro
compelled to work long hours during
tho week, should be privileged to have
Sundays to themselves, The reason
that the grocers 'aro included In tho
agreement is, thatf-a number of the
meat shops aro operated In connection
Jwlth grocery store's.
The agreement will become effective
George Christian Jr. was In Colum
bus today attending business.
Mu Helen Alt and Mis..? Mario
Welto of Kenlon aro visiting Mis.
Samuel Hiulcr.'Of Windsor istrcct.
fMIss Edna Schwelnfurth of tho
Boulevard loft this' morhlng for Ann
Arbor, Michigan,, where Bhq will ro
sumo her studies .in Mlchlgsin college.
Mr. j. p. Haugh returned to his
homo in Pittsburg yesterday evening,
after spending several days with his
mother '.Mrs. J. v. Gray ot .Windcor
street. ' -
Mr. Earnest! .Smith and sister Miss
Bdlth Smith, of Oberlln who have been
visiting friends :n the city for sev
eral duys left . this morning for Up
per Sandusky where they will visit
a few days beroro returning home.
The Men Responsible.
Panhard & Lavassor In 1891, it
seems, first brought out tho modern
To Cure a. Cold la Ome Day
Take LAXATIVE lBROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money It
It fails to cure. E. W. aitOVE'B
signature la on each box. 25o.
K. C. Clifford, 'Buporintendemjlof, I
iiib.i'jiiu tuiiiHo cur Dcivtu r7f
lieauquavloi's at Jersey Clty( was! in
tlio eity for V short tioso this imVn
jdg'' looking, after business. W
' Tho storm giabje's nt tho north
and west enlrances ot tho lihion
doot wero reraovetl yesterduy af
ternoon. A Euro sign that summer
iB hero. r
"It '.si ono of tub wot,days I'vo
seen for tlio 'maniin' tho cab," de
clared a, J3ig J'dua onjrinoer this
moriiinjr whon his train pulled into
tlio depot nearly an'hoiur Jato. The
tino rain which formed dense
fog obscured -the track for any dis
tauco ahead and.'although running
behind time .tbo.wifeiijeer dared not
lot out jus engijw xor rear ot, a
catastioplio. A number of trains j
were late today on aeeount of the
dense fog n4 tUtodfefraia.; w ( j-1
the sew ad- I
mm mi q
Company May be Able
Unq'er Direction of Trustee
- "' James Bastable
It Wow Looks as lithe Marlon Man
ufacturlng Co. Would Pay
Creditors Dollar for Dollar.
There is now a strong probability
that the Marlon Manufacturing coin-
nan v will im ahln to nav its M-ndltorR
dollar for dollar. Thly fact becamo
known at a meeting of tlie creditors
held in tho common ploas court room,
Monday afternoon, with Roborl E,
Carey, of Upper Sandusky, refcreo in
As a result, nothing but the best
ot feeling and goncral satisfaction
prevails among thoso who hold
claims against the company. AH
roposo tho utmost confidence In tho
trustee, James Bastablo, who Is now
conducting the business, and will
continue it until next fall, when it is
likely that final disposition will bo
made of tho bankruptcy proceed
Although at tho time tho company
went into bankruptcy tho announce
ment was mado that tho assots far
exceeded tho liabilities, it was not
thought that tho assets could bo con
verted Into sufficient cash to meet
all of tho claims. Now that the
business is progressing In such an en
couraging manner, however, It seems
likely that enough money will bo so
cured to pay every cent ot tho lia
bilities. At the meoting, Monday, Trusteo
Bastablo was granted permission to
dispose of 121,000 worth of machinery
which the company now has on hand
in Iowa. He was also given author.
Ity to discount notes amounting to
about $200,000 and to obtain loans to
tho amount of $25,000. These loans
LAST and GREATEST SUIT
Now comes the finish the wind-up to the largest suit
season this store ever had. 1 50 suits to be sold, every one
new and choice. The prices have been made to thin 'em
out this week.
$6.98 Now Buys These $15, $19.75 and
. $22.50 Suits
Who'll get the choice? It's rich picking. It's an unheard
of snap. New suits in all their beauty. Tastefully made,
cleverly designed, of the best all wool materials. Yes,', ladies,
the identical same suits that we sold as high as $22.50, now
go at $6.98.
At $12.50, Greatest 'Suit Bargains Ever
A rush of stylish wool and silk suits, Etons'or the much
talked-of cutaway styles. These .suits, are beauties. The
cheapest in the lot old at $25, while many sold as high as
$35. Choice $12.50. ' ......
Marvels For the Money. These Suits 4
asked. No, lajiies,
portunity to buy a
material alone can
A i. 1.1 j: 1
rxt tnese iwo prices you ii una nne DJack
Voiles, Sijks and Fancies.
'XCJ "Jfj-A i
' 'Y.i2- V
are to be secured for' tho purpose of
protecting the cbpis'-i'atoiral.
The bankruplcr caw c' "3ofge Q.
Mather, an East Center street grocer,
and Mrs. Caroline Jennings, a mil
liner living on Pearl street, wjro1 al
so taken up. Harry Scrlbner was ap
pointed trustee of tho Mather bus
iness, Nothing was dono In the Jen
ilt is probablo that Referee Oaroy
will bo hero In about two weeks, to
further consider tho Mather and Jen
LOW PACIFIC COAST RATES.
rom March 1st to April 30th, the
Erlo R. R. will havo tickets on
salo dally at very low rates io tho
Paclflo Coast and Intermediate
points. (For further Information,
apply to It. E. Nebergall, Erlo Ag.
ent, or write
O. Ii. ENOS,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,
.12-22tcoa Marlon, Ohio.
Via Erie R. R. to points In the
.West and Southwest. On tho first
and tnira Tuesuay or eacn mumu,
..... ... - - -
wo will have on sale, both one way
and lound trip tickets at exceeding
ly low rates. Call on Mr. L. E.
Nebergall, Erie agent, for partlcu
lars, or write
0. L. ENOS,
Travollng Passenger Agent.
OTmratlay will be divotico. day in
tho court of, common pleas. Jmlgo
Young, mt tlio request of DeGolley
& DeGolley, attorneys 'for parties
in four oroceetUncs. lias sot down
all of these wuits i'pr hearing Thurs
day. Tho case of Catherine Ingle
against Matliins lnglo wHl bo re
sumed and tlio remainder of tlio
testimony heard. T'lio hearing of
this c-nso started several ' weeks ago,
but owing to the fact that an im
portant witness for tho defendant
could not ho present, the matter
Other cases to bo hoard Are thai
og Blanche Tato against Gcargo
Tate, Martha ' O. Graff against
1101117 Graff, and Maggio Scranton
against Gcorgo Scranton.
The lnglo case is the only ono of
tho four that is" contested.
$19.75 and $15.00 . . : 5
i ,.. i..i. i.ii -i
ioi dui wnai s worm
this is a very rare and exceptiohalop
suit, in many instances
be purchased at a dress goods counter
Ml c. i r it i i t ' v ' -
Muslins, Mercerised Obecka,
Embroidered Linens and '
Silk Organdies. Goods that
sold 26c to 50c will be clos
ed at ,......., J5C''
Mercerized Suitings ''
All sizes in the new checks
in Light Blue, Navy, Black
and the genteel effects in the
broken checks. They look
like silk and will wear bet
ter. 27 in. wide at ,....25c
French Organdies and
Exclusive Individual Dresa
Lengths for. Evening Wear,
Olass (Day Gowns etc, at
, 25c, 45c, 65c
Just tho right weight in
London Twine Voile, 45, la.
wide. Very good shade at 1 '
Tho board of county comralsslori
or4 arantcd tho metilion for thn
Iliipshcr ditch in iiichland townr';
ship, after viewing tho lino ofi the
projrasod improvement Monday, The
final hearing wilt take place MayV
. , .. .;. ;ti
- for1' less than Vthe
and blue ranamas,
fm Warn & Eawaraa Sttrt f I
I Dress Goods!? '
? i)f fc '
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