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THE MARION DAILY MIRItOtt, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907.
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You can huvo
you'll aslt for it.
label is on every garment loolt for it.
the handsome Clothcraft Spring Stylo Boolt if
138 N. STATE 3T.
Order your Sunday eatables aV
this market and securo the best at
Fresh strawberries that aro fino.
Juicy Oranges, Lemons, Banana-J
Nice largo pineapple 12 12 & lCc
Crisp Radishes, Onions, Now Cab
bage, Spinach and Rhubarb.
Taney now 3tring beans 2 qts for
New Potatoes, beautic3, per pk
Try our Plum Preserves. Simply
delicious at per lb 12 l-2c
D. A, TERRY.
The Uhler & Phillips Store
Alttnan Voile, in that
crisp, lustrous quality that
goes with the open
meshed Altman. The
regular price everywhere
is $1.50 yd. A splendid
inducement tomorrow at
Fancy Wool Taffeta in
Priestley's 44 in blacks,
one of the most substan
tial material in the mark
et beautifully finished,
at a great bargain. Reg
ular price $ 1. 50 tomor
54 in. Taffeta Batiste,
strictly all wool with a
soft lustrous finish. $1.25
$1.00 Black Voile, all
swool. 46 in. wide, crisp
4nd jet black. For Sntur
jdayonlytat,!( 69c Yard
They Wear Better
and Last Longer
Clothcraft Clothes do these
things becauso they are made
from all wool materials shrunK
by the special Clothcraft process
and fashioned by the most
sltilled of high priced labor.
The Clothcraft tailors men
employed becauso they are ex
perts at their trade cut, shape,
fashion and put together this
cloth into tho good suits you
ought to wear suits that will fit
and please you at the start and
give you good, long, satisfactory
The care exercised in the
mailing as well as in the se
lection of all-wool muterial
makes the goodness possible and
City ' Convention will be
Held Sept. 20
SELECTION OF DELEGATES
To Take Place on the We'd
Action of Selecting so Late a Date
for the Gathering Comes as a
Tho conventions to name the Dem
ocratic ami Republican city tlckotsfor
tho election 'next fall, will not bo held
until unusually Into. The itepubll-
can cxecutho commltto decided,
Thursday, to liold tho Republican con
vention Friday, September 2. Tho
caucus.es for tho solectlon of delegates
will tako nlaee Wednesday evening
preceding tho convention.
Although no action has been taken
by tho Democratic committee, It la
not expected that tho Democratic
(convention will take placo until somo
time in September, either Hhortly be
fore or shorly aftor tho Republican
'gathering. Tho action of tho Repub
lican commltteo in selecting bo late
a dato camo somewhat as n genoral
surprise. It had been expected that
tho conventions of both parties would
tako placo somo tlmo la .Tuly.
no meeting of tho Republican com
mltteo was hold for tho nurnoso of
choosing tho convention dato, but tho
decision was reached after tho com
mltteo officers had niado a canvass of
tho various party leaders of tho city,
togothor with tho prospectlvo candi
dates ror orrico. it Is. stated that tho
majority were In favor of holding tho
Tho contest for thft Ttomilillean may
oralty nomination promises to h,oono
ui mo warmesL ever witnessed In ft
local eonvontlon. Harry C. Krauso,
Harry Scrlbnor Samuel H. ICollor and
Harry K. Carpenter nro reported to
be notlvo candidates for tho honor,
while John II. Bartrnm, Charles R.
Kramer and possibly Dr. J. r. Seller
aro receptlvo candidates.
Fred W. Warner, thn wit inm
Republican attorney, is an avowed
candidate for tho nomination for sol
icitor, nnu win put up a hard fight
against Louis n, Myors. who was at
first SlntOd to get tho nlnm wltlln,.t
opposition. The posslblo Democrats
candidates ror tho solicllorehip aro
Filllam P. Moloney. P. t rnnn.n
and John HImmeger.
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW
Ilio baking demonstration and
tho Now IWss VWWo gas rango
0 . , iingo crown
hnlurdny nftoninon nnd owning at
Will be Delivered Sunday by Rev.
Sunday evening at 7;30 o'clock at
tho Gownan and English. Evangelical
Protestant Sdlera church, U19 pastor
Rov. Joseph Relnlcko will dellvor tho
bacc&laureato sormon before fhe mem
bers of tho senior class ot-thq Marlotl
High school. All aro Invited to at
tend tho services. v ,
By Officers After a Hard
D1SC0VERETD AT MAREL
Wading Back and Forth
Through a Stream.
Maugus Hansen a Giant Swt.de I
Finally Arrested and Is Brough
to This City.
After fighting off four men for
15 iminutes or more, lugnus Im
scn, a giant .swede, was overpower
ed near AT-irtcl lato Thursday af
ternoon nnd was brought to this
city early hi tho evening.
Jaiihen is insano and was keen
riiui-Mlay afternoon, wading back
and i'oith in a rtmnU tftrcum near
Martcl. People living Ju tlio vicin
ity became nlnvmcd and notified
Constablo Laipply of Tully town
ship, who seemed three duplies
and after a hard buttlo placed
LniiBcn under arrest.
When the constablo and seven
deputies arrived hero with itheir
piiwuner, Lan&cu was covered with
mud from head to Toot. The con
stablo and his deputies told of tho
desperate strugglo tlioy ihnil Jiadi
with tho bweuo and oi, now it had
been necessary to roll him around
in ibo mud to overpower him.
Laipply and IiU men said tliat
Lnnson displayed considorablo clev
erness Jn preventing dlictii from
placing handcuffs on him, and for
that reason they boliovcd that in
the (part hu lias ilmd cxpoiionco
wilh wrist irons.
Whether this experience bo had
in an nsylirm or in somo penal
Inst'ltulion, tho authorities do not
know. In consideration of tliu 'ful
ly township men's mispicions, Pro
bate Judge (Foster has written to
the Chicago chief or police asking
for infoiimalion regarding Lnnsen.
As soon nj Lnnscu was lodged in
a cell nt tho city piison, Probate
Tudgo Foster was nolificd. Tho
udgo visited tho prison and talk
ed w'ifli Iho Swede.
I.ansoit talked iiicnlioicnlly but
was able to tell hi nanio and lo
mnko n few seemingly lucid state
ments. It is' sunnoed Hint Anril
20, Lnnsen and two companions
went to Canada. Tho Swcdo talks
continually about a hold up, which
leads iho authorities to beliovo that
ho has in somo way been concern,
ed in an incident of that kind.
From the coin ersnt ion with the
jndgo if. was learned that Lanscn
bus at somo litno been a janitor
at the Rookery .building in Chi
cago. Ho has. no liiowlcdgo of
where ho is at this1 timo.
"Do you know whero you nro at
this timo", .Tudgu Foster asked
"Yes, I'm t 337 Ohio street",
answered tho Swede. TIo told tho
judge that ho dikes hi? meals at
No. 2J0 Grant avenue.
Lnnsou is about U0 years of ago
and is a poweiful fellow. Letters
found in his pockot show that ho
is mairied, and that Jio lias ;been
sending mono; orders to his wltfo
in Norway. It is supposed that
ho was iiillior put off a freight
train or IV I ofC wliilo goFug
through Muriel. Information is ox
peeled frouii tho Chicago chief of
HAVE YOU SEEN THE GAS
How docs tho Vfciblo savo gnsV
If you wiJI tako ?iftoen minute
timo and attend our gns rano
opening Saturday afternoon and
evening wo will prove it to your
own satisfaction. AVo guaranteo
tho ,,Visiblo" to savo ifa own
cost in a short timo. if
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Take Part In Festivals at Newaik
. Eight Marlon iniiRlelrmn u-nnf u
"NQwarlc and Granville, ThursJay and
Joined Columbia and Cincinnati art
ists In playing at May festivals rIvcii
nt those places. The greater num
iber of tho niuiilclnns worn mimiinru r
inis. Eioyon vera from Cincinnati,
tho ontlro on.nestra numhrini? r.n
ITio festival at Granville took placo
In tho afternoon, and tho ono nt Nnw.
ark In tho ovonlng. 'Tho Marlon mu
sicians who took nart nro Dr. rninrf
IKamroth, L. n, MoNeal, GarJlold Irvr
in, a. Arons, Frank Phllorlolc, Ed
ward' Zoh, Joan Ilalnea and William
TJio Peoples Band will glvo publla
concerts both morning nnd afternoon
on Sunday' (visitor's day) at Beau
tiful Garflold Park on East Center
(No business done on Sunday,); ' Jt
You cant fail to see the Wonderful Values
Every Price Represents.
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HUGHS & CLEARYl
1 MAIN AND CENTER STREETS. I
IS WELL RENDERED
Concert Proves a Literary
and Musical Treat.
Weather Interfers with Attendance
at Free Baptist Church
dn-tho Y. M. C. A. 'auditorium at S
o'clock last evening, tho Fieo Baptist
church gave a hencut entertainment
which piovcd a real musical aim lit
erary treat. Mrs W." K. Lewis, ,ot
Cincinnati, a reader of urent nbilltv.
land Miss Sadamao Allen, tho aweet-
volced soprano or this cUy wero tho
principal participants of tho excellent
Who program opened. with a reading
by Mrs. Lewis, "Mllo Cornelia do
Follonvlllo IiCcturo from Paul do
Qonnay." Tho selection was of dra
matic order aim delivered In a most
Songs (a) Pourquol fiom Chaml
nado (b)."Away on tho Hills There
nuns a Stream" and "A Little Wind
ing Road," from "Four 'Songs of tho
Hill" wero charmingly rendored by
MIss Allon. Sho wrs acoompanled by
MIsa Graco Durfco.
"Mrs. Trimbles Christmas Shop
ping" a humorous selection from tho
pen of Ruth McEnory. Stuart was
rocked by Mrs. Lewis In an excep
tionally pleasing manner.
Tho volco of Miss Allen was dis
played to great advantage ' In th
rantr. "Bercouso" from "Jocolvn." In
company was n vloKn.obTlgato played
by Miss Pearl Cheney.
A readln (a) "Tho Courtship of
Cuvlii 'BIr6o,"; (b) "Tho Incubator" by
Mrs.wis proved oji Interesting
Songs-(n) "trolly Malono" (Old
Trlsji Molody). (1 "Memory," (c).
"A Birthday" by Sllss Allon, wero
given !n tho slngor'a usual pleasing
Tho program closed 'with atread-
Inb by Mrs, Lowis, entitled, "Tho
Lovo Story of a ColonlajMald."
Tho proceeds o' Iho concert will go
towards purchasing a now ppo organ
for tho church, and It was very unfor-
tuiyito that tho weather was Inclem
ent, causing tho attoudaifco to bo
Hgbt. wl -
Tho Peoples Band wliglvo publlo-
concerts both morning and afternoon
on Sunday (visitor's dayi - at Beau
tiful1 Garfield Park on East Center
(No business dauo on Sunday. ) It
WMfl fPjLm nrntfl
In the muI of John U. Mai tin
against Iho .1. 1'. Hamilton1
(rant and Seed company, Samuel
II. HeLong, loccner for tho do
i'endant company, Frulny filed a
motion in the couit of common
pleas seeking lo luivo thrco disiu
leiested jiaitie named an a'piirais-ei-8.
Judge Young siHtained (ho
motion suid oppuintcd L. J.
Smith, H, J Waples and C. H.
In tho suit of tho South Sido
Lumber company 'against Fraucto
M. UaldWiu, lcrvo hna been given
the defendant to plead by Juno S.
Piles aro dangerous, hut do not
ubmlt to an operation until you
have Ilrst tried Man Zan tho Great
""Ilo Itemcdy. It is put up in col.
lapsllIo tubes (wlth a nozlo that
allows It to bo applied exactly wheio
It is needed. It you have itching,
bleeding or nrotrudlnc idles nnd Man
Zau does not relieve, monoy re
funded. Soothes and cools. Re
lieves at onco.
Sold by Flockn Drug Store.
iNOvcr oeioro in the history ot $hoo
liave such quality, style and beauty, in
leather, in lace, blucher or button oxfords, been sold at
such extremely low prices.
John Stoll Shoe Co.
THINK IT OVER
No matter what you pay you are always certain
to get your money's worth and more, judging by
established standards hereabouts.
Suits at $15.00
This is the line that tests a store's value
strength, it's the'line that engages particular at
tention here. It's safe to, say that no other store
shows the same values.
The young fellows depend upon this store to sup
ply their wants correctly. All the dash and
style and the latest kinks and curves of fashion
are found in our young men's suits.
$10.00- SI5.00, $18.00, $20.00
Do you want to see a great line of shirts at $1 ?
We show the best and largest $1.00 line of shirts
in the city. We show shirts from 50c to $3.00.
The largest and best Boys' Clothing Store in
flarion. One whole room devoted to Boys' Clotht
ing. Boys' Suits
$2.00 to $8.00
wm mmx, mn.i baskets.
Our line of vegetables will tie nice and
fresh for Saturday. Will have
New Potatoes '
Sweet Potatses New Cabbage
New Beets Cucumbers
Spinach . New Cocoanuts
Fresh country butter 2'lc pound
Order early for choice
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selling m Marion
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