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THE MARION DAttY MlflKOR, THURSDAY. MAY- tf, 1907!.
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Under a now ruling tolcphono girls
In Franco must respond: "I listen."
In this country that Is just what wo
are kicking about.
at this time of the year
are preferred by many.
Oars are all home cared
and warranted delicious.
237 N. Main and 128 E. Cen
ter. Both Phones at each
Extraordinary Shoe Sale
Tho most extraordinary
sale that ever took placo - in
Marion. You will find values
offered positively astonish
ing. $3.50 'and $4 shoes at $1.08.
SALE 10 DAYS ONLY.
I. IB. BAYFER CO.,
212 W, Oeutor Truo Slock
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4Iluu axiio rvxicin.
Commencing Monday Matinoo
"THE COUNTY JUDGE""
Tho Originators of Juggling
& Spinning of Tambourinca.
Trick Pianist, Singer and
MITCHELL & BROWNING
"HIS LAST CASE"
Powers' Camoragraph Mov-
The Orchestra Will Be Here
Ladies Special Matinees
Tuesday and Thursday 3 p.
Two Shows Nlflhtly. 7:30-9:00
TICKETS lOo AND 2Co.
Scats Rosorvcd, by Calling
Citizens' Phono 380..
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ialNg'yot, U that line. N,ot too
AN UNSEEN DAMfiE!
TO'OUARD SHIPS against the umeen'dancaVIiillMt,,
IBflUnited States.Oovernment maintains lighthouses..
IV guard h your ' home' against the"uiv
seen dangers of food products, the Gqvernr'
ment' has enacted a pure food, law.' The
law compels the manufacturers. baking
powder" to print; the;, ingredients, on , the?
label of each can.'
The .Government h'midtlMberyduprgtecHoji
ao'tbat you can avoid alumr-rcei it cattM$V$i4ri&$
aay pure cream of tartar.. Hand it back.and'f
ROYAL 'Ua pure, cream of tartar baking powder a pure
product of grapes aids. the digetttob 4ds to the health
ftilneas of food. a
Y. M. C. A.
Thoro willbo an Important meeting
of the bay's department of tho Y.
M. C. A. nt 7:30 o'clock tonight for
the purpose of formulating plans to
further tho Interest In tho boy's mem
bership contest. The boys from the
first ward will meet in room No. 1.
From tho second ward in tho parlors
and from tho third1 ward In room
No. 2 an fourth ward boys In the
The Volley Ball games In the Y.
M. C. A. gymnasium last night were
not very Interesting owing to tho
fact that the tcaniB were seemingly
not very evenly matched. The
lllucs won three eighteen point games
from tho Ornys, tho lattor scoring 11,
10 and 2.
In a contest lictwcon tho Reds and
Oranges, the Reds won two out of
three v(h Ithe (following scores:
18, 10, 18. Orangos-r-G, 18, 7.
The first ward boys aro ahead with
seven points to their credit in tho
boys' membership contest, which Is
now under way among' Association
Tho Marion Buckeye and bowling
team went to Delawaro' last night,
whoro they rolled threo games with
a picked team of trat city. Tho loc
al bowling artists wero defeated in
total pins, Delaware making 2340 to
2313 but they won two out of threo
games, nevertheless and divided tho
The membors of tho local team re
port that tho Delaware bowlors
showed, thorn a fjno tlmo. Tho Del
aware alleys wpro In flno condition
nnd a largo crowd assembled to wit
ness tho contest.
Following aro the scores of tho
Ulsh , ,139 JG3 108
Sutter ..no 101 145
Helslor. ', . . . 177 148 174
J. Hoffman 117 136 129
E. Plorson. 161 172 193
ri'otals 734 770 869
Wolf ,....., 200 122 135
Dysart 126 159 149
Gynn 141 167 155
Bonder 104 175 155
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Rheumatism Cured in 3 Days.
Mystic Curo for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon Uio system is
reinark'ablo and mysterious. It ro
moves at once the cause and tho
disoaso immediately disanneara.
IThp first dvo greatly benefits. 75
penis ana $1. bow oy xna uummo
Pharmacy, Opp. Tilgrim Inn
The ."tater" committee can toll
you all about It. Biggest dinner In
the, history of FJnworth, 25c, 5 to 7
p. m,, Friday, It
Wo want youHtoao our Eaton
Hurlbut Stationery. It's the finest
expensive now to wrie letters on
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Meet in Monthly Session on
Interesting Programs are Rendered
by Both the Home and
Tho regular monthly mooting of
tho Home and Foreign Missionary so
cieties of tho First Presbyterian
church, wis held In tho lecture room
of tho church from 3 to 5 o'clock,
Wednesday afternoon. Tho attend
ance was exceedingly largo nnd two
highly Interesting programs wcro
. Tho Homo Socloty went Into ses-
slon at 3 o'clock nnd dovotlonal exor
clscs wer conducted by tho pmslilcnt,
Mrs. C. R. Phelps. Tho topiii for
discussion was "Cuba and' Porto
,Rlco." Mrs. S. K. Barlow was
leader, and gavo a timely discussion
of tho missionary work on the Isl
Mrs. Frank Shroats discussed tho
record of tho Presbyterian missions
on those islands, Mrs. Georgo read
an Interesting paper on tho theme,
"Tho Responso of tho People." Mrs.
M. B. Dlokerson talked Interestingly
on the Intemperance of the Islands.
Tho program of the society closod
with a delightful vocal solo by Mrs.
W. N. Harder. Sho was accompanied
by Mrs. Warner.
Mrs. G. M. Rour.ko presided at
tho ojionlng service After a num
ber of scutenco prayers and a song
by tho society, tho secretary submit
ted an Interesting roport. A com
mltteeo composed1 of Mrs. U. S.
Seffner, Mrs. D.. L. Cellars and Mrs.
S. E. Barlow was appointed to pre
pare a memorial for Mrs. S. A.
Powers and Mrs. C. M. Lowls, lately
deceased members of the society.
Tho topic of tho program was
"Slam and Laos." Mrs. W. L.
Warner was leader and opened! tho
program with a highly interesting
talk, describing tho country, tho poT
plo and tho nature of their homes.
Mrs. Margaret Leonard told a num
ber of late and Interesting Items from
the missionaries now working
Slam and Laos. Mrs. Martha Hod-
der described the school systom of
that country and Mrs. Eymon talked
on tho religion of tho natives. Tho
program close with tho MIzpah bene
Immediately at tho conclusion of
tho" program, tho ladles adjourned
to tho basomont of the church whero
class B served an elegant supper to
more man ono hundred people,
Te Care a Cold ia One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablet. Druggets refund money If
it falls to cure, E. W. GROVE'
signature I on each box. 2Co.
Epworth Men npt Amateurs
j That tho men of Epworth Church
aro no amatodra In tile art of cook"-
Jng, will be fully VJomonst.rated Frl-
.day 'evenlhr.'PerhabS they have had
I1"01"6 P6? In this sort of work
ithan oao1 wovjM.fuis,- it
Husky Sailor Persists in
Bathing at the Water
Cooler on a Passen
lhiltllnore, Aid,, May !). An en
tire train crew, augmented by sev
eral pseaciiKori, failed to prevent
P,iivato Joseph U. Harrington, of
tho Marine Corps, tnking a bath in
the water cooler of a. I'liilndclphia
train. Lietttcuaiif Kchoc of tho B.
ami O. police, h.td .to bo sent for
to meet the train it,i tho road and
Harrington boarded tho
Rockwocd, J'cmi., where
It mm tMUitiliir tit,, Pnmi I r tltit 4
fr" 'card rs h?. y to
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mimd. fie hod drunk with nil his
friends, who were ioo numerous.
The consequence was n wa'lrd mid
When tho tnili. -lnfi Vn.l.- Tr,,,-. ,
lington Aveut to tho water cooler
and started to disrobe, preparatory
to taking a nice, cold bath. The
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ladies in tho cur first blushed, then
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said things and finally, when the
"i1! ;bct,mc..acutc' 0llfc
of tho car. IA :U was tho fast ear
on the tram, they had to pass tho
water cooler on their way, and it .
.is a lime (iiscoiiccwing. War-
rinujon bv this lime was m the
nltoiroihor and Avns explaining
to a brakeman tho fact that clean-
lincss was next to godlJncss and
niao pruscriumg n com nam ion an
This morning nt tho Wcslorn. Po
lice Station Harrington was very
penitent. Justice liOden'lot him off,
with .$25 and costs and a wnrnihg.
Your Money Back
On account of the strict secrecy ad
hered to by the men of Epwortk. In
regard to their Menu for Friday even
ing dinner, some of the ladles may
bo slightly concerned as to whether
or not they will get tho worth of
their money. Thcreforo wo an
nounce that. all dissatisfied patrons
will have their money cheerfully re
funded'. See?' It
Whoso Clever Musical, Singing and
Program This Week at
SHOT HIS WIFE AND
Shoiby, O., May 0. Carl Foglcson,
thirty-five, ono of' the proprietors of
a moving picture show, yesterday
shot and killed his wlfo nnd thon
committed sulcldo with tho same re
Monday evening, Foglcson chased
his wife out of her' mllllnory store
with his revolver. She screamed and
tho police q'llctcd blm.' Last evculng
ho went home1 and shortly afterward
began quarreling with her. Sho ran
out into tho back yard and ho after
her. As he ran ho fired three bul
lets Into hor body. As sho fell, he
placed tho gun against his head and
shot himself, dying In a fow mo
ments. Fogelson had boon drinking heavily
for tlio past fow days, Ho had prob
ably contemplated the. deed all day, or
perhaps for sovorai days. ho pur
chased tho revolver sevoral days ago,
and since that time1' has been prac
ticing shooting at a mark.
Origin of Famous Phrases.
1 "The majesty of the people" camo
first from the lips of Charles .Tames
Fox, who, at a dinner at tho Crown
and Anchor In 1798, concluded his
speech with these words: "Give me
leave before I sit down to call on
Vo'u to drink our "sovereign's health
the Majesty of the People." Broug
ham was the author of tho Baying,
"The schoolmaster is abroad:" It was
he,' too, who In 1821 gave to tho re
form nartv the watchword. "The bill.
.the- whole bill, kail, nothing hut the
bill;' and Sir .Robert. Pee, Invenlui
IW popular ery or "Register! Ubgls-
teri KesUter!" Ia a speech in 1837
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STOhV OF FAMOUS HYMN.
"All Glory, Laud and Honour" Writ
ten In a Prison.
A popular hymn Is Theodulph's "All
glory, laud and honour." belonging to
tho ninth century, ,nnd said to have'
been written by the poet while In An
gers prison. Tho author of "Hymns
and Their Makers" quotes a legend In
relation to Its nso on Palm, Sunday,
821, to tho effect that when Louis tho
Pious, king of, France, was at Augers,
ho took part. In tho usual procession
of lally and clergy, and as the proces
Rlon passed the place where St. Thco
dulph, tho bishop of Orleans, had long
been Incarcerated he was seen stand
lng at tho open window of his cell,
and there, amid' tho silence of the peo
ple, ho sang his hymn, to the dollght
of the king, who at once ordered him
to be set at liberty and restored to his
see. In some minor details this legend
Is referred to by other writers as well.
The original Is too long to be sung In
modern services, as It has no fewer
than 78 lines. The vorses usually
found In our hymnals nro but a frag-
ment ot tho original hymn, which, with '
uiuru or icss auurevmuou, nan uecu
SsSvt' al for mauy ccn
There Is a good deal of heroism
In tho world of tho sort that gels
'"? the public eye and receives mod
als as a reward, as the giving out of
6ft such tokens of gold, silver or
bronze by the Carneglo hero fund
(commission attests, comments a writ-
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Hhan even tho firmest believers In
human nature's good qualities would
flUltc think possible without all tho
gratifying figures at hand to prove Its
existence. And when one reflects that
the heroism which may bo known of
all men Is only about ono-thousandth
part as great as the sort that never
will and never may bo known It
makes one feel that tho world and
the times aro good.
Stettin suffers from Australia's
plague of rabbits, but only In tho
principal cemetery. Here they aro
a veritable pest and so far all efforts
to got rid of them have been unavail
ing. Into holes, whore holes could bo
found, carbolic acid was poured, but.
bunny of tho graveyards la qulto cozy
In a thick bush under a fine tree as
In any .hole, and ho makes the tree
bark fly as far up as he can reach
It. Thoro has been ono battue, but
the rabbits aro again as numerous
as ever. The other day whllo a fu
neral was In progress a rabbit on
sconced Itself confidingly at tho foot
of the ofliclntlng clergyman.
Dancinir Act is a Fcaturo on tho
tho Family Theater.
Color Blindness Among Girls,
An Intelligent physician has die
covered that color blindness Is very
rare among girls, though It Is common
among boys. From this fact ho draws
the conclusion that In most cases
color blindness Is duo to a want of
early education In discriminating col
! ors. Girls aro taught to become fa
miliar with every shado of colors,
whllo boys receive no Instruction
whatover on the subject. Hence, boys
frequently exhibit an Ignorance with
truo color blindness, but which girls
Just Described Her.
"Yes," said I.ovett, "1 was engaged
to hor once." "So I undopjtnnd," re
marked Nowltt. "Sho told mo sho was
an old (lame of yours." "Thnt's pretty
near right. Sho certainly did burn up
Algeria' Exports of Fruits.
The fruit exports of Algeria consist
principally of figs, dates, grapes,
oranges and similar fruits, and carobi
or locust beana.
MADE TO ANY MEASURE
The Wollenweber Lumber Go,,
g House Cleaning Bargains
We can savo you Money on
make your house-cleaning a success.
MOTHALINE, 10c a pkg. Perfumed with Cedar Lavondar
or Camphorated; at Do per pkg.
Big 25c Sponges , 10c each
Bjg 25c Chamois Skin 20c each
rormaldohydo , 20c per pint
Ammonia ; lOc per pint
Sal Soda , , , 4c per lb
Buffalo Moth Mixturo 20c per lb
Riilnlitir . ' ' lit. nn IK
4 . w g
W Borax ;,.; , lie per lb
W Bcl-Zo-No Soap 4c cako
to AT ,
THE REXALL STORE I I
k. NATIONAL CIGARS
Via Erie R. R. to poluts ' in the
West and Southwest. On tho first
and third Tuesday of each month,
we will havo on sale, both one way
and lound trip tickets at exceeding
ly low rates. Call on Mr. I. E.
Nobergall, Erlo agent, for particu
lars, or wrlto
0. L. ENOS,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
LOW PACIFIC COAST KATES.
wvom March lBt to April 30th, the
Erlo R. R. will have "tickets on
salo dally at very low rates to the
Pacific Coast and Intermediate
points. For further Information,
apply to L. E. Nobergall. Erie Ag.
ent, or writs
O. L. ENOS,
Trav. Pass. Agt.,
-T2-22tcoa Marlon, Ohio.
Women Murdered with Razors.
New York, .May 9. Mrs. Mnrla Vlto
and her mother, Mrs. Maria Brlgnoll,
wero slashed to pieces with razors In
their East Side home Wednesday.
Glovannl'Vlto, husband of the younger
woman, Is under arrest, charged with
the crime. Vlto denies that ho In
If you havo rheumatism, ask
your druggist about Electropodcs.
They cure. t-tb-s
John K, Corwln, whoso place of
residence Is unknown, will tako
notlco that Dora M. Comvlu did on
tho 3rd day of April, A. D., 1907,
fllo In tho Court of Common Plciis
of Marlon county, Ohio, hor certain
petition for divorco ngalnst him on
tho grounds of gross neglect of duty
and cxtroino cructly.
Tho prayer of said petition Is that
she may bo divorced, that she may
bo awarded rcasonablo alimony ami
restored to her maiden name.
This petition will be for hcnrlng
on aud after six weeks after tho first
publication of this notlco, which
lllrst publication Is mado on April
DORA M. CORWIN, Plaintiff.
Fred W. Peters
No. iioJ,- South Main Street.
THE MARION ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO.
It's screen door and window timo and tho most satisfactory
way is to havo screens made to ordor for all tho windows
and doors. Our framoB aro hcavior, fit perfectly and will, last
twice as long as tho roady-made kind. Wo take tho measure
ments, hang thorn, at a vory little' cost, assuring lasting, satis
faction. ' PHONE 8.
several items that you need to
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When you will, you'll find a
new picco of furnituro, a new
rocker, a couch or a side
board. No matter what it Is
you will find it hero and at
prices that will surpriso you
for their lowncss Drop In
and look over onr store...
WEST END FURNITURE
Bowman & Schoenberger.
Only a fow weeks away.
Do you havo your present
selccfcd7 Our stock of jew
elry is most admirably fitted'
to a selection of gifts and
after all thoro 'a nothing like
Jewelry for a beautiful re
membrance. G.W. Bowers
S. MAIN ST.
a little attention to the insurance ol
your property. x r A
All business handled through 'tfiis
agency receives my persdnalatterifjon
lean assure tho lowest rates, for you
and will sec that no policy ever lapses,
to All Parts of the City.
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