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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, riMDAY, JUNE 7, 1007.
nof Jhe,r? Sale of Children's Wash
Either Russian or Sailor blouse knickcr
bockcr trousers large sailor collars, etc.
The material is a blue striped woven cheviot
with white duck shield.
SIZES 2 1-2 TO 9 YEARS
UHLER & PHILLIPS. I
Hosiery and Under-1
wear Dept. I
Ladies' split foot Back
ings, 15c quality, Saturday
Ohildrcn'3 ribbed hosiery,
double kneo and doublo heel
and too; a 19c Quality, at
2 pairs for 25c.: . ,4.i
Men's black socks in 15c
quality at 10c.
Ladies' low neck and sleeve
less lisle Vflsts, 2 for 25c.
A ot of jersey ribbed cor
set covers in a 50c quality,
tp close at 23c.
Men's oalbriggan under
wear, shirts and drawers,
from 31 to 46 on Saturday
Long silk tflovcs worth $1 .75,
Long silk gloves worth $2.00,
Long sfik gloves worth $225
Long silk gloves worth $250
at $2.00 and
All muslin underwear to be
sold tomorrow at
their regular price.
An unusual valuo. Would
be good at 25c. Our special
And don't forget thotso 25c
childruu's hose at
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MARION'S SPECIALTY STORE.
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Opened on South Main Street by
Ann tor amusement houso was add.
ed to Marlon's already Ions list to
day wlcn John Utrcvls, tho popular
young gontlonmn -who was formerly
conmvtcd'iwlUi the Royal roller rink
opend a penny arcade In tho room
Just e nth of tho Lcfflcr grocery on
Souhv Main Btrcet.
The ptmny arcade, the mamo by
wblca lc wlll ba known Is a neat lit
tlr a'j.iiscmeiit lyceuni furnishing only
rtricMy moral nnd refined entertnin-
mont Eloctrlval picture maclilnes,
muscle testing apparatuses, mimical
maohires, to., which can be mado
to reFrwid by Jio customer dropping
a. cot in tlio slot nro found there.
The motto of tho arcade is "Noth.
ing ocr a ponny". Miss Floronco
LqwU (has been employed as ehango
cashlot and (Mr. Utrcvls Is propriotor
and cereral manager.
Hungarian While Making
Meets With Accident.
I'm Czlak, a Hungarian, was tor
rlbl 'burned In a boarding houso on
Ve6t Center Btrcet, ivcar the Mnlle.
able shops, Thursday nlghti at six
o'clcc! . Tho Hungarian was stirring
an lihmenso ipot of toup when Uio
vessel waa knor-ked from tho stove
and tnc irod hot contents foil upon
Lis had, bhouldors and chest.
Ho wis taken In tho Hess umbu
lance to tho Central Emergency hos-
ipltnl whoro his burna 'ftcro given at
tention. Suffering intense agonlo3
tho men waa delirious for tho greater
part l tho night. His condition Is
isoniow)at better today and it is be.
jllcvc: that ha will recover.
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and $2.75, tJO OK
Somo moro of tho3o $5.00
to $6 50 skirts to sell spe
They'ro selling fast, theso
$1.50 waists at - '
One Half Off
On all novelty jackets and
Mako Attempt- to Cut up
,Y, . .iV"
To bo Given Hearing Tonight
in Police Court
Joe Murphy DrawB a Fine for As
saulting His Brothcr-in Law
Happenings In Police Circles.
Ann thcr Lfttcmnt twos (mado last
night to cut up one ot 'tho tents at
tho Heck Carnival company's tftow
ground on North Prospect street and
as iv result two sixteen-year-old lads,
Who gavo their names as Dakcr and
Smlt; nro under arrest.
lSn tho company opened Its en.
gagement hero a largo number of tho
visitors to tho grounds have bcon In
clined to make .trouble for tho com
pany employes. On Wednesday night
n mimlcr of drunks attempted to
put omi of the attractions out ot tho
business by cutting tho ropes and
the canvas. Tho employes prevented
this only after a. desperate fight.
Last -night several ropes wcro cut
and?oWces mado In tho cam-as cover
ing 80cral of the shows. It Is claim,
od Mint Dakor and Smith weno tho
Instigators of tho tronblo nlthough
they wcro helped1 by a number of
Officer MoDonough nnd Boll arrent-
odthf boys and tho mayor Bet tholr
hearing for this ovenlng. Tho police
nro determined, 'tihat tho company
which paya v. big llccnso, shall bo
iprotecied land several offldctre (have
lecn assigned to the show grounds to
prevent Tccunranco of tho trouble.
A n. mbeir of affidavits Jiavo been
filed recently against board Mil
Jumpers who have Bklpped for parts
unknown. Tho police nro making
over effort to locato eomo ot tho
ofXcmHrs. Tho practice which, was
eliminated for a time Is becoming
quite general and the authorities an
nounce that all offenders apprehend.
ed wi'l rdcelvo tho limit.
.To Murpliy. tho contractor, was
flneid $5 In: tho mayor's court yester
day a u-rnoon for an nssault on ills
brother-in-law Harvey "Wilson. Mur-
rhy nnd (Wilton had an arcumont
ever ftmlly mattors and tho athletic
Ho cicsed tho talk by mmclilnc his
relatives bead. Wilson filed the af
fidavit against Murphy.
Saturday, 1 P, M. at Weber Hotel
building, N. State street, consisting
of drfssors, bods, springs, mnttress.
es, caipeta, dining room itablea nnd
many miscellaneous articles.
It GEO. 8ELLS, Auctioneer.
JUMPED BOARD BILL
LANDED IN JAIL
Harry McAjish Treated to a
Told the Justice He Could not Put
Him in Jail but He's in
Just the Same.
Tiioio is a littio biory which tells
of a younj; man who was arrested
and plucod in jail for jumping a
board bill. 'Ono of lite friends pass
ed tho jail and biiw tho (prisoner
tlirotijjli .the bars.
"What aro you in for?" quarried
the man on tho onUido.
"For jumping a board bill," xva3
"Why, they can't put you in jail
"Well, I'm in ja?J, ain't II"
glumly jeplied tho prisoner.
This littio incident is remarkabjK
similar to tho caso of Harry Md;
Alish, an ngont nrc(tsdi4 C)ni;,
bu.'i by Constablo Hen Uiufonll
Thursday. TTiT'afnflnvit for tho nl
it'll m 0ai
claimed thai JfoAHsh owed her $5.
Friday morning Justice Conloy
fined McAl's'i and sentenced
liira to thirty days in tho work
lioiibe, "You cali't put mo in jail for
jumping a board bill," said Mc
Alish. HoV in jail, nevertheless.
It V probalilo that ho will b'o re
leased if ho pay tho finand costs
Saturday, 1 P. M. at Weber Ho'l
bulldhvg, N. State street, consisting
of drfscT8, 'bds, Bprlngs, mattws.
w, cniiKits, dlntlig room Mblca nnd
many mlscollanpius articles.
It GEO. SBLIJS, Auqttoaecr
: ; $myum
LONG AND SHORT
Short black Halo gloves at
Sho;t silk gloves, whito
tan a.id gray, doublo wovon
fingor tips; 75c quality at
' Long lislo gloves, whito
and black, at
Long silk gloves black and
$1.25 to $1.50
Den in an-Jen n er Co.
WESr CENTEIl STREET.
Despitothe Charges Made by
Upon the Lady He Claimed
was His Cousin.
Mrs. Adams Fatls to Appear Against
Her Husband so Her Answer and
Cross Petition arc Dismissed.
Tho fact that Mrs. ISulu Adams
charged that her husband, William
Adan'T brought a strange woman to
vtelt at their home saying, "She's a
cousin of mine," did not provent the
busbui'd from getting a divorce in tfic
court of common pleas. Mrs, Adams
did lot appear when tho tlmo camo
for t" arlng, Friday' onornlng, nnd at
the request of hot1 attorney her an
swer and cross-petition was with
drawn. In this croSa ipetltlon sho had
chargeU that Adams bad brought tho
strango woman homti nnd after Intro
du .115 her as a "cousin" proceeded to
shower undtio attentions upon her.
Adams testified that his wife had
deso.'cd him anil was guilty of ac
cepting attentions from other men.
M- and Mrs, Adams were married
rebrivry 13 1902, at Marysvllle.
Judfu Young of count of common
plena Trlday morning granted an or
dor of partition for tho Fnrnum es
tate, tho kleclalon being glvon In tho
suit of James h. Farnum ngalnst Au
dra Hirr and others. The commission
ers Appointed to effect tho partition
are v.llllam H. Farnum, Leonard D.
llarsrltrgor nnd Emory Russell.
W: SALVE ACTS LIKh A POULTICE
Kl J5VEB lLLFPuonC RUIM nlUKARI.
F. h. Guthory'is in Columbus on
A. I. Copehind, of Jlochester, Ind.
Is vls'llng relatives In Marlon.
County Auditor Charl03 L. Allen is
looking aftor busljioss matters in
Ilrt Folty has rotunnod to Canton
nftcm a vtt wli"h liila parcrita on
MIiH Nelllo Doty has returned from
a vlfeU of sovernl wcok6 In1 Lincoln,
Itov. E. Kcllar D, D. and daugh
ter, iXrs, Hnllbach, of Allcntown,
ra., nro tbo guests of S. II. Kcllar
of tihW olty.
S. P. Asllnc, dean of tho college
of; taw nj. tho Ohio Nonthorn Unlvor-
suy. 'visiioa Tiiuvsuay ovontng WKJiS
IToseci tlnrf 'Attorney John Hi ClarK
a trustee of tho Unlwrslty. 1 i
f, p. Dunn left this mornIngfor
Dayton to attend tho Btato conven
tion1 ,'. tho United Commercial Trav
elers which convenes there today and
Prof Frank D. Tubbs left today
with his family for northern Now
York whore ho will spend a short vis
It with ills parents. Later ho will go
to Lexington Massachusetts where ho
will ejond tho summer vacation, on.
terl'.g Harvard University in tho ear
Tbo salve that acts tlko a poul.
tlco Is Pino Salvo Carbollzcd. No
other salve so good for cuts, burns,
bolls and chapped skin. Ask about
it. Prloo 25 cts.
Sold by Flocken Drug Stort.
At Special Meeting of
mw& ' .
the Waysido Lodge of
Local Drove of Druids will Hold
Annual Memorial Services Sun.
day Juue 23.
Toledo, Juno 7.-Tho Ohio tent of
MaccdU-es yesterday choso Cincin
nati ns tho meeting placo In 1010 and
I'lectcJ itho following officers:
1'a.t (bnnnnndor, A. 13. Culbort,
Frcmc'it: commander, 13. L. Young,
Worwtlk; lloutcna,,it commander, W.
II. Xoftlor, Cloveland; record keeper,
Ocorpe H- Scott, Nomvallc; flnanco
heopo H. h. Minium, Vermillion;
medical cxnmlncr, Dr. C. W. Ghld-
ctcr, Delaware; chaplain, Itov. I. J.
Mycrn, Now Matamoras; sorgcant, 8.
II. Campbell, Das, Liverpool; mastor
nt-arnn, 'Nathan IJO Mnsslllonr first
mastc of guard;, HenTy Andrew, To
ledo; second master of guards, .T. F.
Hcskctt, Colijmlyus; sentinel, W, G.
Hoffmen, Clavclnnd jpicltct, G. U.
Supitmo ircprpsontatlvcs J. II.
Xununt Cleveland; 13. A. Hulco, To
ledo; A. E. Culbevt, Fromont; F. F. j
sciiiw.Hz, uinoinnwi; u. ii. ftiojnor
Salcnn- O. F. IlaKisey, Columbus; O.
A. Hiitt, Lima, and S. S. Drlcker,
Mansfield. ' '
All of tho .najol officials wcro re.
eloite. unanimously and bad their
salaries" rralsod n little, although tho
pay Is not wh'at It was when tha men
offerci to reduce It threo years ago.
A cfmmltteo will lo appointed to
consider (be preposition for the es
tablishment of a stnto homo in Ohio
The n atter of publishing a paper In
tho 1'Herestg of the or'er In Ohli
waB left to a committee It will prob
ably fci published In this city.
Thcr- was? a large attondanco nt
tho social meeting of Marlon Com,
mani'ery, No. 3C, Knlghta Templar
held at tho Mcvoiilc Tcmplo, Thurs
day alternoon nnd evening. Visitor
were present from Uppor Sandusky,
Pucyriis, Dolawa-o, Mt. Gllead, Cat
dngtor. and other nolghhorlng towns.
To candidates wcro given (4io
red cess, tcmplo nnd malta do.
greets Tho candidates wero from
Hirhwcod, Upper Sandusky, Delaware,
3ml Harpster. Dinner was sorvetl nt
0:30 w clock by the members ol
Lydli Chapter, Order of tho Eastern
The PnildH hold nn Intcreallng meet
ing last night nnd initiated two can
dldatcj Into tho mysteries of tho
th -i degree, ArranKomonts wro
made to bold tho annual memorial
sei vices of tlio' lodgo Juno 23. It Is
iroballe that a speaker will be se
C'lrc I from tbe Dajton lodge for this
oscatirji. Pblllp Ebcrt and Henry
Ackem'nn will attend tho meeting of
the Grand Lodgo which aocnirs next
Monte at Toledo.
Mnr'on Iodgo No. 32, D. P, 0
Elks, accepted four applications for
mcml rshlp at a regular mooting,
held 'ihurbday ovenlng. There will c)
BIG WALL PAPER SALE
Beautiful parlor, dining room and library patterns. We fur
nish expert decorators and guarantee satisfaction. We paint
your house inside or out and varnish. Sale starts at once.
D. B. GOODSELL
lnltl-itlon noxt Thursday oenlng.
Uhircirmod Rank, Knights ot Py
thias mot with, a largo attendance lnist
night and neldo from foramactlng rou
tine buHlness, an extensive drill w.w
Mailon lodge of Pathflndors, met
lost night and mado nrrangdmunta for
an lo crcim eoclal to bo held in tho
--jhall T.xt Thursday night. Tho first
nomimotiron of officers was conducted
inhHhe remainder of tho ovenlng wad
W.rBldo Lodge, I. O. O. V. mot
last n'pht and elected A. W. Mason,
notbli grand nnd Samuel Snyder, vlco
grand. Tho otflcors wi'l bo install,
od In July nt which lime M10 remain
der cf tho officers will bo appoint
ed. There was v largo attondanco at
tho rtgulnr meeting of tho Mod on
Wooriiticm 1-ist night. Aftor consider
ing tbo regular lodge business a so.
clal and Binokor was cnjoycel.
On- nnnllrjatlnn Was voted on nt ti
ncctiPr: of tlio Knights of St. John
last right.. 1 ( yjfj
The Fiiatorual Censer will moot In
rogula.- csalon this evening in tho
lodge 1'nlls on West Center slrcot.
MAY GO SCOT FREE
Attorney Works Clever Coup
on the Prosecutor.
Medical Commission Found Prisoner
.- Sane but Clark Never
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As a result of a clover coup which
John DcGollcy, of the law firm of.
DeGo'ley & DeGolloy, worked at tho
oxpons or Prosecuting Attornoy John
H. Ci.Tk, it is likely that Peter
Fltzgt'ald, tha man who was declar
ed Inftno lir itbo court of common
peaa Tlvursdaj, will go scot free.
Fitzgerald vas indicted on itlie
chargt of placing obstructions on a
strpo. car track nnd tho Jury, after
being out little moro than an hour,
came lack wflth the Yordiot "not
gulll,, for tho solo reason that ho la
I Thte decision of tho jury, It diovel
on'cs, vas contrary to tlio finding of
tho xnedlcol commission Which ex
amined Fitzgerald at tho beginning ot
tho ttl. This ewmmlsslon, composed
of Lr. S. II. Brltton, Dr. F. Young
iineJ Dr. H. Chlsholm, oxamlncd Fitz
gerald and decided that bo Is per
fectly salo and Js responsible for hh
Hamg 1eon employad by DeGolloy
nltornc) for Fitzgerald, Uiey Tonort-
cd to that attorney that his client
Wi8 ear.o. DeGolloy then resolved to
resort to a littio strategy and ho was
Buceemul. He iinmedlpdoly ,began
tu inttoduco tfiatlmony to prove that
his client was insane. Clark OTcr1-
18 Inch Corset Cover Embroidery 25c
Values worth up to COc
See window. Choico for
NEW YRK STORE
35 to 33l3 Discount
Tho Wqrnor & Edwards Store
Tlic black silk's Wc ,hrc
selling nt old prices. We
never sold ns ninny nt
this time of the year.
Customcr.s rcnlizc that
the silks arc under price,
that they 'will be higher,
nnd they nrc right about
27 inch Tnffotas, blacK,
thoroughly roliablo "7Cn
27 inch 'Garibaldi" taf
fetaa chiffon flinish a
guaranteed quality OCn
36 inch BlacK Taifetn.
StocH on hand rt 1 nn
only , qlUU
A special 36 in. TniTota.
It would be hard to say
just what the price would
be today if wo were buy
ing it, but it would be
very much (hi QE
higher CP B OU
"Monoyban" silKs at old
prices, but only tf g nt
for stocK on handQ) ,.
looked a bet In neglecting to call
the ttl wo physicians to itho stand,
his (belief ovldontly being that the
riootoiB Avould say tha t Fitzgerald
Gollcy had little difficulty In proving
was i 1 sane. Tho result wns that Do
his c'ttnt'8 supposed Insanity.
But now the doctors will go into
probato court and testify that Fitz
gewal Is ad sano as any man. Fri
day County Oleic Klinefelter, noting
nuoordlng to Instructions from Judgo
YouiiA, filed a certificate, in probato
count alleging Fitzgerald's insanity.
Tho r earing will bo hold before
Probate Judgo Foster within a few
days and tbo doctor will thorn tes
tify Hat lFUzgcTalfl" H snno. It Is
llkelv that thorn will than be noth
ing for Judgo Foster to do but ro-
luiso the prisoner.
WJLICEJ A NOTB-ot tM tnlnux o9
your own rwhlch yon would Ilka to
"turn Into iioney" and ties atari
a little private a&rerttalng cam-
tho lot. 18 inches wido. All with