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THEMAltlOK' DAILY MIRROR', THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1907
Imtlar to that ot Mayor Schcrff.
his decision of Judgo Young's to nil
poa ranee settles all of thoso cases.
"REGATTA? WASH SUITS
ARE SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY THIS STORE.
No other make of wash suit can compare in cither style, workmanshij
or cxclusivcness, and yet the prices arc not high.
$KOO tO $3.50
THE WARNER & EDWARDS STORE.
20c A PAIR-SSS?0,1!
Saturday m&rning at 8 o'clock our special annual, sale of Chamber Curtains will commence
Well made Swiss Muslin Curta'ns with 4-inch ruffle in both plain and striped effect, will be
sold to customers in the store at 20' cents a pair. See east window. First come, first sorved.
Splendid values in Ruffled Curtains at ,
I ! J I
Deutschar Bund Concert a
W0KK0F THE ORCHESTRA
A Decided Feature of the Ex
Bunds of Munsfield and Lima Assist
Local Organization in Musical
Treat of the Season.
Uetween'700 and S0O people enjoyed
the concert given at tho Grand Opera
House, yednesdny evening, by tho
combined singing societies of the Ma
rlon, Lima and Mansfield Deutsche!
Bunds. Although all of tho singing
wib in German, it was of such n high
order that every number delighted
tho auditors, probably three-fourths
ot whom were unable to understand
the Teutonic tonguo.
(Although the numbers given by the
singing societies -were of a most
pleasing nature and all were enthus-
Good values in
They're good enough to
wear when going oic and
choap enough for every day
knock-about wear, easily
washed, colors guaranteed ab
solutely fast. Made of ging
hams, Percale? and Cambric"
at 48c, 75c, 98c and SI 48
CHILD'S ROMPER SUITS
fact colors at 48c
WESr ORNTER STREET,
lastlcally received, tho playing of the
orchestra was probably tho most
artistic part of tho program.
Tho orchestra was composed of
twenty-five musicians, the majority of
whom were from this city and a
few from Upper Sandusky, Under
the directorship of Dr. Robert Ram
roth, a program was rendered In a
way that would have suited tho ear
of evm tho most critical and nc-
rompllshed votary of music.
The concert began at 8:15 o'clock
and lasted until 10 o'clock. The
program was continuous and was dl
crsllled In such a way us to furnish
tho audience with a plcaslng'varlety.
The opening number was "The
Princeton Cannon March," brilliantly
played by the orchestra. Following
that the chorus ot singing societies,,
numbering 80 voices, rendered
"Fruehllng am Rheln," and "Grubs
dor Heimath. Following "Banner
lied," .by the chotus nnd orchestra,
and Arlon chorus, of Lima, sang
"Der Wald," and "Es Steht cine
Llnd," with II . G. Sel3 ns director.
The playing of "William Tell," by
tho orchestra, was one ot the best
numbers ot tho evening. It was
followed by "Das EInsame Roeslein"
and "Heute Scheir Ich," by the chor
us. Tho Arlon chorus of Mansfield, di
rected by T. P. Vnllmcrton, sang
"Weidninnnslwben, following which
the orchestra played "Dcutscher-LIed-erschatz"
and "Der Jaeger Absented."
The chorus sang "Kehr "Wleder,"
and the program was closed with
'SchlacUtgebet," by the chorus and
Following tho concert, the local
Doutbcher Bund entertained the vis
iting singers at the hall In the Y.
M. C. A. building. A speech was
given by Alois Gesslcr, of Mansfield,
president ot tho Central Ohio Saen
gerfest. In two weeks, a similar concert
will bo given at Lima, with the
eamc societies participating. Later,
a third concert will take place at
Mansfield. About 30 from Mansfield
and 25 from Lima, took part In tho
program at the Grand, Wednesday
Much of the buccess of tho concert
Isr duo to tho untiring efforts of tho
executive committee, composed of tho
following gentlemen: Alfred Horn,
ch.ilrman; Alois Klerx, L. U. Mc
Neal, Charles F. Hess and Dr. R.
MEN WIN OUT
Judge Young Renders Im
GANKEEP PLACE OPEN
On Sundays and Alter Elev
If Saloon Part of Restaurant is
Closed up and no Drinks are Sold
Gentleness and Manliness.
Lot this truth bo present to thco In
tho excitement of angor, that to bo
moved by passion Is not manly, but
thnt mildness and gentleness, us they
are more ugreeablo to human nature,
so iil'so uro they more manly. Marcu3
Judgo Young of tho court of com
mon pleas Thursday afternoon ren
dered a decision which will be of
Interest throughout the state, since It
deals with a question which has been
at Issue in many of tho principal
cities. The judge ruled that res
taurants and lunch counters located in
tho same rooms with saloons cannot
bo governed bv ordinance and laws
restricting tho sale of liquor.
The decision was given in the case
of Jacob Weber against the city of
Marion, which was taken up from
Mayor Scherff's court on a petition
in error. Several months ago, the
mayor issued an cdlrt ordering nil
restaurants of tho city, run In con
nection with saloons, closed on Sun
days and at 11 o'clock every night.
The rostaurunt men Ignored tho ordor,
claiming that the mayor's action was
not according to the jaw.
To make a test of the question,
Jacob Weber was arrested and fined
$25 for allowing his restaurant on
South Main street to remain open
contrary to the mayor's order.
Tho judge, In giving his decision,
stnted that where tho restaurant Is
pioperly partitioned from tho saloon,
and wheie no attempt Is made to
tell drinks over the bar or over tho
lunch counter Sundays or after
hours, tho lunch counter may bo kopt
open for business. Even whore
drinks aro sold over tho lunch
counter or at restaurant tables dur
ing tho week, tho lunch part may
not bo classed as a section of tho
In many Ohio cities, notably Co
lumbus, the mayors Issued orders
Mrs. Oswald Wollenweber delight
fully entertained yesterday afternoon
at her homo on Greenwood atreet
with n bridco nartr. Progressive
brldco was Dlavod and in n vcrv In
teresting series of games. Mrs. Rov
Kan ford won first honors. A luncheon
was served during an Intermission in
tho card playing.
Tho players were Mesdames A. H.
Cheney. H. H. Stone. G. B. Christian.
Jr Fred Dombaugh. James Unstable.
15 K. Uhlcr. T G. Martin. N. L. Ceb
hanJt. C. C Fisher. J. V. Matthews.
Roy Sanford, J. H. Pr'endcrgast, F. S.
Keller, If. B. Hano, O. S. Rapp,
May Culbertson,, ueorgo Scofleld,
Charles La Marchc, H. L. Uhlor, D.
O. WcckB, .laues R. Smith, Fred
n. Gutherv. A. H. Honefancer. M.
Strelltz, Fred J. Gottschall, R. M.
Shute, C. 13. Sargent and George
The Ladies' Guild of St. Paul's
church met with Mrs. Little at the
Met i'il Tnniey homo on Delawaro
avenue MVo.fncsdny afternoon. It
was the annun) business meeting of
the Guild, and jitter the rcpoits
were submitted the annual election
of officers wa held and jnactically
nil of the old officers re-elected.
Mrs. J. ,S. Dudley was elected
president; Mrs. Edward Clark first
vJcc-presidciit; Mrs. William Gross
second vice-prefidunt; Mrs. George
Finnic treasurer; Mis. J. Leo Shaw
At the conclusion of the business
an elegant three-course luncheon
was served by the hostess and a
pleasant social hour enjoyed.
Tho members of tho Enworth
Ladles' Aid Society will meet at tho
church at 4'o'cIoc'k tomorrow evening,
in order to attend in a body a big
supper to be given In the basement
of the church under the auspices of
the male numbers of the congrega
tion. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McClalri. of
Morral, entertained a company of
neigiinors and n lends numbering
about thirty at their home In thnt
village Wednesday night. The even
ing, was passed nleasintlv at music
and games, and a, particularly pleas
ing luuiuru was an elegant three
STREET CAR AND PASSENGER
TRAIN COLLIDE; TWO DEAD
Lexington, Ky-., May 9. I n a col
lision between a -street par and a
Chesapeake and Ohio train on South
Broadway Hill here, today, two peo
ple were killed and several badly
The dead- Georce Wells, tha ran-
tormnn, and Mrs. Bertha Klrkpat-
rick. of Cincinnati.
Sweet Illusion of Youth.
The Illusions of youth aro like snow,
houses whkh, sooner or later, are do
mollshed by the sunlight of experience
Only tho sweet memory of our di earns
survives tho flood of life's unpleasant
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY AT THE BIO WAV SUIT SALE
A flost Important Underpricing of
Handsome Spring Suits
SPRING- hardly begun sees Buch prices put upon our hundreds of Spring Tailored Suits as aro usually reserved until the ooason
has grown old. Tho last 'few weeks have shown th elight woolen suit to bo a daily "friend in need." So wo may oxpect to dor it
practically every evening and many of tho days during our changeable summer months. Tho summery, striped and checked or (lie
sheer voile, or 'iho chiffon weight Panama suit is sure to bo tho ni03t frequently used garment in the entire wardrobe. '
Aa the May suit sale ends Saturday.thero is every reason to hurry conlo tomorrow and have a suit held until pay day if more
$15, $18.50 and $20 Suits Tumble to $9.98
No mention can bo mado of dozens of deserving suits that
have so unceremoniously lost 1-3 to 1-2 their regular prices.
Only a suit of certain styles hero and there which is suro to
$9.08 PANAMA' ETONS, formerly $18. 50. -The cleverly
tailored jackets with their chort sleeves, are lined with an ex
cellent satin and finished with wido braids blue and brown
$9.98 BUYS S20 BLACK AND WHITE CHECKED SUITS
The pr,etty pony coat has wide Gibsonesque shoulders, and bias
bands fclped w'lth black taf eta.
S9.98 AND $18.50 CHECKED ETON" The material, a cool
looking llgh't, ground worstcdof excellent quality the eton
is lined with finest taffeta silk.
S9.98 INSTEAD OF $20-A neat tan checkod cutaway buU.
$9,98 a $20 STRIPED ETON with 'tafeta lining.' , '
THE BIG MAY SUIT SALE
$25 to $32.50 Values Are Now $18.51
Think of picking from the most exquisite suits, we have over
shown, at an averago saving of $11.50. How else, may wo ask,
could you hope to make $11.50. bv investinu only $18.50?
.$18.50 a JAPANESE STYLE, FORMERLY $30. -A beauti
ful 3-niiece suit, showing tho Oriental trend in every' line. The
material is a beautiful black and white novelty suiting, beauti
fully finished with narrow velvet bands-white satin, lining.
f1?;?0 A8J30rAn eton swit W tan Panna (chiffon
weight) Tho trimmings being brown taffeta rillk. gold applique
and fancy brMd.
S18.50 TOR $30 BLACK VOILE MODEL -The smart little
eton jacket has inset bands o black silk-and its 3-4 Bleeve3 aro
cuffed with taffeta niching.
$18.50 INSTEAD OP
.--A russot brown eton. of finest
LASTS ONLY' UNTIL MONDAY.
Saturday will be Ruffled Curtain Day at this store.
WARNER & EDWARPS
Of Railway Property
Throughout the State.
At Wednesday's Meeting Valley
Property in Marion Co.
was Increased $24,000
Tlio county nuditois of the stato
ute repenting: Inst year's perform
nnco of boosting tho tax valuation
of the railroad piopcrty of Ohio.
At a meeting held at Columbus
Wednesday 'nnd attended by Charles
h. Allen, auditor of Marion county,
the valuation of the Hocking Val
ley railroad was increased at the
rate of $1,030 a mile. On this
schedule, the total incicouo for Ma
rion county, which has 2 miles of
Hocking Valley track, will be mcro
Last year tho nuditonj raised the
valuation of tho Hocking Valley at
the rate of $1000 a uule, making a
total increase of about 20 (per cpnt
for the two years.
The Big J'Wur was npprniscd at n
meeting hold in Cincinnati imore
thnn a week ago. Tlio property of
this company was inci eased nt tlio
(ate of .f.'iOO a ni'.lo. Tliero are 32
miles of this company's track in
Marian county, so thnt tho lotnl
rnibo in valuation will amount to
$10,000. Last year the increase per
mile was $1000.
Other meetings of tho nilditora
and railway aepipcntntives and bo
held dining tho next few weeks for
the purpose of appraising tlio jc
miumdor of thu ronds. ,The other
TOcetiiiirs cm which Marion county
is interested will ho as follows:
Chicago & Krio nt Limn May 22;
Nypano branch of the Erie at Cleve
land May 2,"; T. & O. C. at To
ledo May 20; Pennsylvania nt To
ledo Mny 31; C. I). & M. nt Co
lumbus June 11.
Since the big increase in vnlua- Canton, O. May 0. Contractors
tioiw of HlOli the railways' pay 10 worklns on tho landscai garden-
per cent of the tnes of Marion w on the McKinley monument,
"ui'ty- imported Clevelond men who work
10 hours a lny instead of niho.Tlio
Well, I guess evcryliody Is going to Central labor union will protest, in
the dinner at Epworth Church, Friday tlio name of the union conrtibutora
evening. Good tlmo? .lust watch us. j0 ,tho monumcnl. '
ONE FOURTH OFF
on .all laces, embroideries, white goods, linens,
etc. means a great saving. But we are
Closing Out All Yard Goods
and are offering hosts of good bargains. In fact
there never was a better time than now to buy.
M- off I J. P. LUD WIG I ' off J
GET THE CASH HABIT
Shirt Waists 98c
We had a big notion to
mark them $1.50 when they
came in, and we would have
been jnstified in it. But in
stead have made one price of
them and that a low one 98c
NEW YORK STORE
$1.25 Table Linens Friday Only 75c Yard
Another of those wonder fid one-day business bringors that will causo many new faies to be
Oar best $1.25 table liaen, a beautiful snow white DatnasK of the highest qal
ity comes in a dozen handsome patterns, the identical same goods that we've sold for
years at $1.25. Positively Friday only75c.
This is by all means the biggest and best tablo linen valuo we've advertised in years, surely
worth an investigation.
100 Dozens Ladies Ik Black Hose, Tomorrow 3 Pair 25c
This hose was bought as a special 15c leader and wo consider it to bo tho boat 15c hosewe
ever sold. We have all sizes, you'll surely like the quality. The black is fadoless, tomorrow
3 nairB 25c.
Biggest Skirt Sale This Store Has Ever Known
Tho sale of The Latlin Bloomfield skirt has brought the biggest Bkirt businosa wo have ever
known. Nothing strange about it either when you rftop to think.
Skirts at Half Price
Only tho most desired offects. Voiles, Panamas and Fancies black, brown, i blue and mix
turesmade up in the latest 3pring styles. Any wonder that women aro being dntorestod
Come tomorrow, i
$7.50 skirts reduced to $3.75 $10.00 skirts go for,
$12.50 skirts reduced -, to$6.75 $15.00 skirts go for.
$20.00 skirts reduced to $10.00 $25.00 skirts go for.
100 Pieces 15c and 20c India Linen, Tomorrow 1 0c Yd
This is a fine sheer quality white India Linon. If bought today could not be sold for lout.
than 15o and 20c, on -Friday 10c yard.
50 pieces 39c and 60c corset cover embroideries, Friday , , ...;..,,'... . 26c yaril I
300 yards 20c, 25c and "35c whtye gooda, choice for ; , , . , f. ,,-, . tt) 16c yawl 'I
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