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May be Spent in Obtain
ing a Jury
TO TRY HAYWOOD.
Beth lh Prosecution and Defense
are Ready for the Long Ordeal
' that Will Begin To-day.
Boise, d1ioMuy 9. Hy overruling
tilt! motion or the defense (or it lilll il
particulars setting forth what avert
ots, If any, there were to connect the
secured with the minder of ex-Hoy.
Steunenberg, Judge Wood, of the ills
irlct court of Ada county, on Wedncs
day cleared the way for the trial of
4 William D.; Haywood, secretary of the
Western Federation of Miners, which
-will begin to-day. .fudge Wood held
that .(be leouust of I fuy wood's counsel
for K"niore explicit statement of the
charges against the prlsonem cuiuu
too' lute, reuuldlesH of whether It
"iillght have been entertained at nil
ea'rller-Mtage of the pioceedlngg.
' 'Haywood frf the flrat of four men ac
cused of complicity In the Stetinen
lrg murder to bo tried. The otheig,
Moyer, I'ettlbone ilnd Orcltaid, the
last of whom lb sulci to have iimde :i
confession, will be tried us clicuui
stances dictate folfowlng the conclu
sion 6t the proceedings against Hay
v'oid. The' prisoner, his counsel and the
attorneys specially tetalned to pio
i!ent the rase of the accusing state,
avri'teady for the lougordcnl In court.
The first, and one of the gteut tasks
of the court Is to procure a Jury, and
that will be commenced to-day as
soon nB Sheriff Hodglu has Intoned
the formal cry opening the court. Kh
tlmates of the time necessary to se-lect-the
Jury vary, but few place the
time tinder three weeks.
'The victim of the Caldwell assassi
nation, foug a conspicuous llgure In
the political life of the stnte, was
known to huudieds of cltl.cns of
Ada county and personal alignment
and partisanship-on the labor ques
tion In which the prisoner and his co
defendants weie for a long time lend
ers, Is general, so tlint It Is a dilllcult
task to rind men fiee fiom the dis
qualifications that unlit them for the
duty of a juror.
Many men who know the commun
ity well and who add to their calcula
tion the further handicap of apprehen
sion of future violence for tevenge,
take the vle'w that It will be Impossi
ble to get a Jury, but the weight of
opinion Is against this exttemu con
clusion. There Is yet no Indication of tho
scope of the case which tho state will
undertake to piove against Haywood.
It is assumed, however, that Attor
neys Hawley and Uoruh will seek to
make the showing as to the alleged
conspiracy as hroafl as possible with
endangering It upon appeal, assuming
that there Is a conviction. Discussing
tlfls -phase of tho case, one of the
counsel for the prisoners said
"The bjoadei- tho scope of the case
offered by the state, tho better wo
shall be sutislied."
j The defease sprang a decided aur-
' prise last night by announcing the re
tention of Edgar 1.. Wilson, of Uolse,
'Vb associate counsel. Mr. Wilson Is a
armer law partner of Judge Wood,
Who will preside at the trials. Wilson
served two terms In congress, and Is
well known throughout the west as an
January to be Released in July.
"Washington, Muy 9,-Attomey Gen
eral Bonaparte has recommended that
Bhe sentence of John January, alias
Charles W. Anderson, be commuted.
He recommends that the sentence he
fixed at three months from the date
of his re-arrest and that he be par
doned af theend of that time, namely,
July 19, 1907. The president has ap
proved the recommendation.
A Probably Fatal Accident.
New Philadelphia, O., May 9. Alex
and Mrs. A'gnes, New Cumberland,
had 'controlled their runaway horse
Wednesday when dogs lan up and
mapped at the animal's heels. It
dashed away again, overturning the
buggy and hurled the aged people out,
Agnes sustained a fractmed skull and
may die. Mrs. Agnes was seriously
School Superintendent In Troitole.
' ,Cle'vefand, .May 9. P W. Laub,
aged 'SO, charged with sending Im
proper letters tliiough the malls to
sxtioo! girls In Strasburg, O., was on
tral Wednesday before Federal Judgo
Tayler. I.anh Is superintendent of
the Strasburg schools. Ilattlo War
dell, a 16-year-old school glil, testified
that she had received many such let
ters. .j ' Refused to Quash. Indictments.
r! Elyrla, 0 Muy 9. Judge Wash
turn on Wednesday overruled th'o mo-
'flbn.to quash the trust 'Indictments
against 23 Insurance men. The latter
will file a, demurrer. Tho court de
clined tho nlen would be guilty under
, the Valentino anti-trust law If t could
be shown they met to arrange prlcen,
whwtljer they carried thorn nut or not.
LJEch County Will Have a Tent.
Columbus,, 'n MuJ' t. Heperato
Wen'dquarters for evuiy comity In tto
'TM i ,8'tate -yvlll be provided In thu ilan fpr
'i'K 'foe Kroat Huck"yo hunidconilnK l'J be
'. n i 'ittld-hertAlhW-flrni week In Heutiim-
, ' k!U A! MBbUpV of--tho, yfltate fair
- ft fiwuwflr,'fWrbe.J!et.;up,l foi'U'H pur-
u i . uht H vmtsn wi inv jk iMuni(.a vt.i
flNANCIAL PROBLEMS OF THE 3iAtOH
POLICE GUARDED CARS.r, -
Strike Breakers In Charge of Street
Cars In Frisco are Protected.- ,
Sair Francisco, May H. The "police
for the Mrst time since the commence
ment of the street car stilke furnish
ed protection Wednesday afternoon
for two cars of the United Hallioads
manned hy 21 strlko breakets, and as
n result these cars weie run over six
miles of dark without the firing of a '
shot." Four men v. en." Injured, how-
ever, by missiles thiowu by stilke
Usympathlets. One of the injured men
was a strike breaker and the other
thiol- members of the lCIeclrlcul
Then) was intermittent hurling of
missiles by crowds at various points
along the route, and for two or thtee
miles a mob of 1,000 men and hoys
j an with the cars, yelling, calling npl
thets, dating the non-union men to get
off the cars and fight.
About 1!0 police officers and patrol
men led by Chief Dlniili, some of
them In automobiles, ' a number
mounted on horses and others afoot,
accompanied tho ears. Thoinwell
.Mullaly, assistant to the piesldent,
Superintendent Chapman and other
officers of the United Hallioads kept
pace n automobiles with the cms.
The HPCond death as tho tesult of
Tuesday's riot occuned ytsterday
when dolm Buchanan, a car shop em
ploye, died at a hospital. Two others
are not expected to live.
Asked tin to the report that he had
threatened to arm the police vfljth
rifles and older them to shoot the
strike hreakeis If the latter opened
fire from tin; cai'ri,, Chief of Police
Dlnan said: "I did nut exactly say
that. I told tho attorneys of the com
pauy that If the strike hieakers weie
going to shoot down my men we had
la few ilttes at headunarteis ourselves
and we would use them."
Fltn supposed to he of Incendiary
oilgln, destioyed the business sectlcn
of Harnesboio, Pa., about 40 miles
east of Plttsbuig. The Iohs Is esti
mated at 190,1100.
The democrats swept tho city In the
municipal election at Italtlmure,
The plurality of Hairy Mahool, dem
ociat, for mayor, over Tlmantis, re
publican. Is 4, till),
Judge Jltipuy, of tho supeilnr court
ai Chicago, has upheld the custom of
brokers on the board of tiade and the'l
stock exchange In closing out trades
when additional margins ate demand
ed nnd tefused,
On the charge of criminal neglect
which lesulted In'tho death of IiIh1-year-old
child .(Jeorgo Osborn, of Phil
adelphia, a faith euro adheient, was
sent to prison by tho coionnr to await
the action of the grand Jury,
Shot Two Persons and Suicided.
Wilmington, N. C, May O-A spo
clal from Southport says that Wednes
day at the United states army post at
Fort Caswel Pilvate Henry Hamilton,
of the Nineteenth conlpany, coast ar
tillery, shot his wife thret times, seri
ously wounded Corporal Watson and
was himself killed by Commlf.ary
Strgoiint Uberwnld, brother-in-law of
Hamilton's wife, ,,
Ex-Senator Ross Dice.
Topeka, Kan., Muy 9. Edmund O.
Uoss, formerly United States senator
from Kansas, whoso vote saved Piesl
dent Andiew Jphnson iom Impeach
ment, died at Alhuqiteiquo, N. '.M.,
Wednesday, After his letlrement
from the Donate he was governor of
Monlovldeo, Uruguay, .May" 9. The
French steamer I'oltou, fiom Mar
seilles for this port, has been wrecked
orr San Joso Ignoclo, on tho coast of
Uiiiguny. She hud U00 passengeiB on
board and ullworo rescued, Tho vt;.
fiel and cargo probably will prove a
Will Not Fight Over Extradition.
Mexico City, Ma 8. -Mexico will
not go to war with Guatomalu over
tho question of thu oxtraditlou of Oei).
Joso Llmiij churgi'd with complicity
In the assassination of (,iei. Ilailllati,
former president of Guatemala, who
was killed In this city. Thin fact was
officially convoyed to the pi orr by
Minister of Foreign Relations Marin
cnl. Mlrtlsfr Mailncal modlllod hlu
slutpmoiitf .linwpv'r, to aay that nny
overt o'tt or direct liiKiilt. hy tho i'w
liror.a govorniiiOht would rprnplotely
cfiiiiiiroMhe'atllmdo of 'tho Mvelcttti
THE MARION DAILY MIMtOlt, THURSDAY, MAT
Wjll Probably Cn'angeiHIt Diagnosis,
Columbus. 0., .May &j Dr. H. M.
Platter was sent, to Chicago .lunctlon
by the state hoard of health to
utintghlcn out a difficulty Into which
one of the physjclans fell. This physi
cian, who Is one of the number that
were treating smallpox as chicken
pox, InslBted that It was chlckenpox
add refused to change. Dr. Platter
told him that every case of smallpox
which he tteated as chlckenpox and
fulled to report to the health officer
would cost him $.10 and he will prob
ably change his diagnosis.
Soldier Killed by a Sentry.
Columbus, O., May !. Private Earl
11. Tilpp, of St. Johns, .Mich., serving
it Ili-day sentence In the guard house,
was shot and accidentally killed Tues
day night by Sentry Lawrence Ullnes,
while the latter was cleaning his
I We. Tho bullet, entered Ills' cheek
and passed out at tho back of his
head, causing Instant death, (lllnea
has been kicked up, charged with
criminal negligence and will be court
uiartlah'd. Machinery Dealers Convene.
Cincinnati, May 9. The annual con
ventions of three machinery associ
ations worn opened hete Wednesday.
They are: The American Supply and
.Machinery .Manufacturers' associa
tion, tho National Supply and Machin
ery Dealers' association, and tho
Southern Supply, and Machinery Deal
err.' association, and they met In Joint
session with several hundred dele
gates In attendance.
Boocted the Road's Tax Valuation.
Clevoland, .May '9. Auditors of
counties tin ouch which the Nickel
i ,.atl. ralroacl runs in Ohio ate and
drank at the expenbe of the company
at the llollenden Wednesday. Tho In
ltatlou to dine came to tho auditors
after they had assessed the property
of the company at 14,200.000. The to
tal value of tho load In Ohio was ln
creased $600 per mile on account of
new lolling stock. Representatives
of tho company admitted that it had
spent !i00,0(M on Its rolling stock
tilnce Inst year's appialsement.
Wealth was Stolen While He Slept.
Cincinnati, May 9 A letter of
credit on the Dresden Bunk of Berlin,
Germany, for 0,000 minks and $125 In
American money was stolen from
Paul Oppler, of Berlin, on a Big Four
sleeper while eu imite from Chicago
to this city .Monday night, according
to the teport made hy him to Cincin
nati police officials Wednesday. Other
valuable papers are also declared to
have been taken
Onnler says that he
placed the money under the mattress
when he letlred, but that
peared while he Blept.
Is Held for Murder,
Cleveland, May 9. Another alleged
muiderer was bound over to thfe
grand Jilry from pollco court Wednes
day. Vaclav Semunskl waived fx.
amluatlou before Judge Whelan and
is held under 15,000 bond to the grand
Jury. Ho Is charged with killing Paul
Fadmii, n fellow guest at a christen
ing.1 Fadma's skull was crushed by a
blow from a club. The men 'fought
over the name of the baby,
Will Ask Government to Probe,
Cincinnati, May 9. Tho case of
Itlchard Merger, who was arrested
hert Tuesday on a charge, of selling
lottery tickets, will J)e called, to tho
attention of the federal authorities by
Chief ohPollce Mllllkem When ar
rested the dttectlves round In Merg
er's trunks thousands df lottery tick
ets, bonk books and certificates of
drawlliKs appaiently made by lot
teries In Berlin and Vienna. A 'argo
number of tho certificates bear the
name of Franz Joachim Von Kgidl,
and show that ho was a member ot a
number of toielgu lottery concerns
Two Men Killed by.a Train.
Fostorla, O., May !). John Schreln
er, section foieman of the Baltimore
& Ohio, und Norman Uelndccker, of
llloomdale, Wore killed Tuesday nlfi,ht
when a handcar on whjch they were
going home wan backed Into by a
freight train. The uccldPnt occurred
nt Godsend, the scene of jhe awful
wreck of last year,
Headquarters to ,ber Moved.'
Dayton, O,. May !) Tho hcadquar-
tern of the Ohio Liquor league will be
reinovfd to Duyton 'President I3t't,
of Coluiilbus, nnd th'o executive, com-
liiltteo have succeeded in Inducing
Nick Dutlo, of this city, to accept' the
general secretaryship of tbewgftBl-
r 4 4 1 nit f -j j. t.
A Five-Story Building in
Kansas City Burned.
15 PEOPLE INJURED
One Man was killed and Six Persons
are Missing firemen Rescued "
a Number ef People.
Kansas City, Mo., May 9. George
Do Mare was killed and If. persons
Were Injured Wednesday In a fife that
destroyed the live-story brTck Univers
ity building at the northwest corner
of .Locust arid Ninth streets, causing
A pioperty damage of $250,000, Six
persons are missing and may bo
burled In die, ruins. The building wan
occupied by Montgomery Ward & Cd.
as offices, employing 200 girls, and by
numerous artists and musicians who
lot. everything. "
Among the missing Is Miss Maud
Wltteborn, a piano teacher, Inst seen
at thf window of her studio on thu
The severely. Injured:
Countess Alexandria Dtumberg, a
Russian artist, skull fractuied; may
die. , f
Maud Speye'r,' fell from ladder; seri
ous. Mrs. Eva S. Uoyle, Sheridan, Mo.,
fell from ladder; scveie.
J. M. Kranlchfield, fireman, leg
William Van Duseu, fireman; seri
ous. Peter iCuragaard, violin teacher,
fell fiom tire escape; serious. r
The flie started In a basement store
room, close to the only elevator In Ilia
building, Ten minutes after the flr
broke out thu flames began shooting
up the elevator shaft and all escape
save by the fire escapes was shut off.
The halls quickly filled with a dense,
suffocating smoke- and ten minutes
later, when thoflrat fire apparatus ar
rived on the scene, people crowded
almost ijvery window appealing for
help, while scores of others, mostly
women and girls, filled the lire es
capes. George De Mare, !12 years old, art
Instructor In the Central high school
and a portrait painter who came four
years ago from Pails, Jumped from
his studio window on the fifth floor
and was round dead. De Mare, recent
ly was married to a prominent society
woman. She was watting in a nearny
drug store; wJsersJter husband's tlead
body was takn and she fainted. '
Thore weio many thrilling escapes.
ll88 Helen llarnes, who had a studio
on the fifth Hoor, stoou at a winuow
calling for help while" the flames
played within a few feet of her. A
ladder failed to reach the window. A
fireman' stietchqd out an Iron rod
and thewoman slid down the rod to
The University bnlldlug was bulll;
.forjho Y. M. C. A. The comer-stony
was" laid by President Cleveland dur
ing his first administration.
, Indicted for Grand Larceny.
New York, May !). An Indictment
of grand luiceny on three separate
counts "was reported by the grand
Jury Wednesday against William O.
Douglass, the assistant loan clerk of
the 'Trust -C f"pany of America, who
was recer" iarrested.
Longshoremep's Strike Continues,
"New York, .May 9j Tht contest be
tween the companies and the striking
lnneshoienien which' followed the re-
I fueal of the former to grant u vaeo
' Increase of !13 1-3 per cent, continued
Wednesday to the dtsadvantaee of
both parties. While the men remain
ed Idle several ships were obliged to
sail wltK partial' cargoes. The only
persons receiving benefit from the
situation are the crews of the vessels
who, haying been pressed Into doublo
service, are lecelvlhg the wages of
stevedores In addition to their regu
lar pay as ship employes.
Many Injured In a Riot.
New York, May 9. In a riot last
night In Brooklyn In connection with
the longshoremen's strike 300 Poles
and Italians, strike breviers, were as
saulted by strike sympathizers and 35
ot the strike breakers were so badly
Injuied as to necessitate their re
moval to hospitals, 12 were arrested
and thiee patrolmen were badly In
jured. Burns Got the Decision.
1 Los Angeles, May 8. Jack O'Brien
and Tommy Burns met last night for
a purse of $30,000 and the heavy
weight championship. Burns got the
decision at the cud of the 20th rpuud.
Cooper Is Out of the Race.
MadUon, Wis., May 9, Congress
man H. A. Cooper last night withdrew
as a candidate for United States sen
ator, n.iik Atuaii COT Ann AAA Baaha riAtk
'New YTr'k, May 9ames e
Hmiiii n.a mini... uim riiori tn
Japan u few weeks ug'ojeavlng an es
tate of $25,000,000,' gaveuway $27,000,
000 to his relatives and to charitable
societies before his death, according
to a Btatcmoiit made by one of thu
executors of the estate.
St. Paul Gets Conclave In 1906.
Los Angeles, May 8. 3t. Paul waa
on Wednesday choaen us the place for
1 holding the Myrtle .Shrlufrn)', conclave'
m ltfos, the ifttM'tatw aeOftrrJuly
VJ . IB - , k ... " . .
GOT EVEN WITH NHIOHBORS.
Wealthy Man's Revenge Wat Costly,
But It Was Thorough.
A f jinny Btory Is told of a certain
wealthy tradesman whj, on retiring
from business, erected a mansion In
on aristocratic neighborhood, and who
with Ills family commenced to culti
vate social relationship with their
Unfortunately for their ambitions,
theahlgh-toned people of the locality
proved to have the usual prejudice
against trade, nnd showed themselves
so very exclusive that nfter n series
of snubs' the newcomers could endure
It no longer, nnd determined to dis
pose of their residence and ((tilt the
Hut the bafTled 'tradesman did Hot
propose to go without leuvlng some
mark of his resentment, and a huge
notice board erected nt his gate sent
a thrill or horror through the veins of
nil the blue-blooded residents In the
neighborhood. It bore the words:
"Th)8 desirable residence to be let
or Bold. Suitable for ,n fever hospital
I or high-class laundry."
Ultimately, so the story runs, the
place was sold at a sacrifice, tho own
er cheerfully foregoing a large por
tion of Its value on condition that tho
house should hi; exclusively used as a
lunatic asylum! It has been a hit
ter pill to the tradesman's former
WOMAN AND THE CHECK.
She Thought It Was a Bill That Had
to Be Paid.
A woman stepped up to tho win
dow of the paying teller In a Denver
bank and pushed a check through tho
grating. It was for four dollars.
"Put your name on the back,
please," said tho teller.
Shu did so. '
"ls this your name?" he asked.
Tho woman sighed. "Yes," sho re
plied, "that'll my name. It calls for
four dollars, doesn't It?"
",It does," said the teller.
While the man In the cage was
looking the check over the woman
fumbled In her hand .hag nnd then
placed a five-dollar bill before him.
"Take It out of this, pleane," she
Bald. "It seems to me I'll never get
through paying bills." ,
For a moment the teller was ptiz
died. Then he realized that the Worn-
'an didn't understand tho check. "You
don't have to pay me," ho said; "I
have to pay you four dollars.'
Ho pushed back her five-dollar hill
and gave her four dollurs In silver.
The woman Was very muclii surprised.
"You have to pay me?" she said
'Why, I thought It was a bill and I
had to pay it."
Tho morning nfter tho wreck of the
fust tialns tunning between New
York and Chicago, an old farmer was
standing on the bank of the river
into which the train had plunged,
intently watching tho water.
A stranger approached, und natu
rally tho conversation reverted to
the wreck and the foittmato escape of
all tho passengers.
"It wa's the costliest train In tho
world.'' Informed the stranger.
"Yes," grunted tho other, still
watching the stream.
"And also the best equipped," the
"No doubt about It," assented the
qld farmer. "I've fished a dozen hot
ties out of the water ulready." Harp
ci 's Weekly.
Danger In Associations.
Whosoever associates with the
wicked, although he may not Imbibe
their principle, will bo accused of fol
lowing their ways; in like manner, as
If a person should go to a tavern
with Intention to Bay his prayers, It
would only be Imagined that he went
there to drink wine. You have stig
matized yourself with the character
of Ignorance, from hnvlng associated
with the Ignorant. I asked u wlso
man to tell me a maxim. He replied:
"Associate not with the Ignorant, for
If you uto u man of Judgment, you
will thereby become an ass; and If
you are Ignorant, you will Increase
your Btupldlty." By Musle Muddoen
Sheik Sondl, from the Persian.
Lady Moody as Governor.
Lady Deborah Moody of Gravesend
was tho only English person of qual
ity who settled In the old Dutch col
ony. She had fled from England to
Ilnd religious liberty and she left Mas
sachusetts for the same reason. In
the w.llds of Gravesend, surrounded by
her great farm und by tho best library
then on the American continent, she
contentedly lived her lonely life. The
llttlo colony at Gravesend, always fuss
ing with Gov. Stuyvesant, refused to
let him appoint Its authorities. The
governor theroupon turned his appoint
ive power over to Ludy Moody, and so
popular was Blie with both sides that
this' proved satisfactory all around.
Lady Moojy used Coney Island to pas
turo her cows on.
Cost of London Poor Relief.
' i-onuon ih now i,uuo,uoo a y
During tho year ended March 25, 1004,
(he sums exponded by the boards of
guardians in London (exclusive of ex
penditures out of louns) amounted to
more than 4,500,000, of which near
ly 3.Q00,000 was derived from; the
rThe cost of maintenance .of iBdoor
jiaupers'-'ln Lotiflon per Uead'.-.of tlie
pbbulatlo'iitl;waa in 190, scolding to
tW'lRteHtjnMcIa) returns, nwrttlh
iflrm tlmwi Uw Kt,.pr k4t4Vtrmtk
Stolen Coal Lands are Reitarid.
Washington, May t.rThe Attorney
general has rocelvifl advices from
Denver that offlcei. of the depart
menl have secured "the surrender of
patentB for about 1,100 acre's- of valu
able coal lands Illegally entered In
Colorado, mid tho deeds to tho gov
eminent for the same will bo put on
record forthwith. Tho vuluo of the
lands Is estimated at $200,000,
7ll,ff lnJIlloi " Rfnmch Trriuhl
ORDINANCE NO. 21. Accepting
deed of Hamer P. Baker, Zoa Baker,
Wllllnm Day, Udla. Day, Thomas .1.
n 1 1 onlnlneil tiv the Council Of tho
City or Marlon, Stnte of Ohio:
Section 1. That the oceu m, inunor
P. Baker, JCon Baker, wiiiiam uujt
Lldla Day, Thomas J. wood
cock ami Anna U.' wwiuw
for the following deBcrincxi
property, situated In the City of Ma
rlon. County of Mnrlon, and Suite of
Ohio, nnd bounded nnd described an
fnllWa in-wlt! Five fCOt Off of tllU
east Bt-lo of tho following described
properly, beginning "t n pol"1 In tno
west line of Pearl Street In (he City
of .Marlon, Ohio, two hundred and
forty-six (240) feet south of the south
lino of Bellefontalne Avenue and at
the southeast corner of lot owned by
Thomas Woodcock; thence west on
said WooJcock'a south line one hun
dred nnd slxty-flvet(lG5) feet; thence
south parallel with the west lino of
Pearl Street sixty-six (CO) icei;
thence east parallel with the north
line thereof one hpndnyl and sixty-
five (100)" feet to the west lino of
Pearl Street; thence north on west
line of Pearl Street sixty-six (w.)
feet to the place of beginning. Com
mencing at the .southeast corner of
Hamor P. Bnker' lot on the west
line of Penrl Street in Bald City:
thence west, oh said south Hue of
Baker's lot one hundred and Blxty-fivo
(105) feet to the caBt lino of pro
posed alley; thence south on west line
of alley eighty (80) feet to alley;
thence oast parllel to the first lino
herein described one htinklrcd and
elxty-flvo (1CS) feet tg the west line
o f Penrl Street; thence north on west
line of Pearl Street eight y (80) fefet
to the place of beginning of record
In volume 101, page 401, bought of
Sara W. Cusic. Ann and William
Woodcock. Also beginning on tho
west line of Pearl Street two hundred
am.l forty-Blx (2tC) feet south of the
south line of Belleofntalne Avenue
and at the north-east corner of land
owned by Hamer P. Baker; thence
wesfot said Baker's north Hno five
feet ; thence north parallel with tho
wo3t line of Pearl Street sixty-six (GO)
feet; thence east parallel with said
Baker's north lino five feet to thQ
west line of Pearl Btreot; thence south
on west lino of Pearl Street slxty-slx
(CG) feet to tno place or uoginnang,
be and tho samo la hereby accepted
saltf land being granted for tho pur
pose of widening Pearl Street to bo
used by tho City of Marlon, Ohio,
for street purposes.
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall bo
in force from and nfter its passage
and legal publication.
Passed April 29, 1907.
S. R. RAUHAUSran,
President of City Council.
Approve 1 by the Mayor, LouIb
Attest:, William Fles, City Cleric.
Star 5-1-8-07. Mirror G-2-0-07.1
Ordinance NO. 22. Directing the
Doard of Public Service to construct
Intersection at Sharpless Court, nnd
manhole on Sharpless Street.
De It ordained by the Council of
tho City of Marion, State ot Ohio.
Section 1 . That the Board of Pub
lic Service bo and they are hereby
directed to pavo the intersection of
Sharpless Court nnd Center Street,
and construct a man-bole on 8hnrp-
Ios Street, Recording to plans on file
in tno otfice.or tho City Engineer.
Sec. 2. This ordinanco shall bo in
forco from and after Its passage.
Passed April 29, 1907.
S. R. UAUHAUSBn.
President of City Council.
Approved by tho Mayor, Louis
Attest: William Fles, City Clerk.
Star' C-l -8-07. Mirror G-2-0-07.
RESOLUTION NO. 25. To con
struct sldowolks on Wilson Avonuo,
Cleveland Avonue, and Carhart Street.
Be it resolved by tho Council of
tho CJty of Marion, State of Ohio:
That a sidewalk shall beconstruct
od on the Fouth Bide of Wilfeon Av
enuo from Carhart Street to Lincoln
That n Bidownlk shall be construct
ed on tho Wesl side of Cleveland Av
enue from Superior Street north to
the routh line of lot number 444 in
Young'fl Addition. v
fTJiat a sidewalk, slull be' construct
ed qn both Bides o fCarhart .street,
extend from Wilson Avenue to the
0. C. 'C & St. h.. Railway right-of-way,,
Of the character and in tho man
ner following: The same to bo a
four foot' sandstone sldewnlk laid in
the. established grade and constructed
)n accordance with the plans and
specifications on file In the department
of Publlo Service. o
That the Clerk of the Council bo
and he "is horoby directed to cause a
written notice of the passage of this
resolution to ,be .served as required
Massed April 29, 1907.
it S. It, RAUH.AUS13R,
President at Qlty CoiiiiolL
Arovu- by the Mayw, Louis
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