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THE MAltfON DAILY MIRROR:, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1907.
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l.ttJUHUUSb ...Hmluwr. Maucr
A.3C. HOLLAND Editor
rJ?W. AJ1MSTKONO. City Editor
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WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight
and- Stmilay Warmer Sunday la
Alter a big splurgo over tho op
erations of Magnate Ilarrimiui, tlio
(president lias awakened to the fact
that tho great manipulator cannot
bo criminally prosecuted.
Harry Orchard is believed to
liavo lived a double lifo. Tho gen
eral impression is that the law
should take one. if not both of
Young diplomats aic said to be
in league with automobile scorchers
iift an effort to open up a. certain
piece or Maryland road to any
tpecd desired. Another good oppor
tunity for war talk.
Talk of war wiih Japan evident
ly, improved Franco Millleicntly to
induce her to offer bur aid in bring
ing about a settlement of differ
ences. Frenchmen should learn to
tako things less seriously.
There is now $ 185.000 000 of
government money on deposit in na
tional banlf3 without interest. The
interest on this sum, nt 5 per cent,
wpuld bo .9250.000, and ti.i sum
measures the bona?, or subsidy,
which tho i"le.ii gjvi'innieiit n
nfially bestows iipi'i tlio bai'Lers.
as a class. Ir.w it is i small sum
itf comparison with what it allows
the tariff sheltered trusts to steal
f?rni tho people; but it is neverthe
less an outrage and a tvwindle, per
petrated to gain support for tho
party in power.
,Our repulican friends aro very
prone to "point out the differences
of opinions among democrats -as to
mon and measuies wiJi a viow of,
jtteventing unification of the dem
ocratic paity. They cannot therefore
rjjmplaiii if their own factional
fttjlits, aro exploited, especially as
tjey aro asserting tlicmselves most
iifrgressivcly and obtrusively. These
ropublican feuds aro most prevalent
if? New York, Dclawaro rassaclin
t((Stts, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kansas,
Minnesota, North and South Dako
t;. Iova and California.
'In New York thero is tho Hughes
a$d antf-Hughcs factions; in Dela
ware Addicks is stJIl a bono of con
tention; in Massacluusetts the tariff
revisionists and standpatters aro
expressing themselves in ay thing
but a kindly mood about each other;
in Pennsylvania tho Penrose ring
is battering tho reformers and graft
isjeo iprovalcrt that tlio honest re
publican, voters nre becoming more
and moro disgusted; in Ohio the
Taft and Foraker ftictHons aro try
ing to destroy each other; in Kan
sas thero is a complication of cor
ruption and personal jwlitics; in
Minnesota it :M the peoplo against
tho machine tinctured with too
mtioh railroad boodle; in North Da
kota the Northern, Pacific railroad
riog has been knocked out and is
leady to turn tie btnto over to tho
democrats rather tljan seo tho re
forjners sucfossful; in South Dako
ta tho .Gamblp and Kittridgo fac
tidnj? nro (preparing for another
death struggle; in Iowa tho Cum
mins and anti-Cummins rings aro
opposing each other on whether tho
tariff bhaH continue to .shelter tho
or JULY PERIODICALS,
I ALL STORY,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
The House of Pofet Cards.
tiusts and who shall succeed Alli
son us senator; in California tho
liarriman iailroad ring has the
party by the throat and thcro is
an era of corruption and grafting;
with n-vral prominent republicans
in danger of indictment and con
viction. In fact tho states whero
the republican iparty is united arc
the exception, and it is almost Im
possible to namo ono whero charges
of grafting and rottenness nro not
openly mado by somo faction
against another fact.Vm.
These republican feuds aro dis
gusting tho honest voters of the
party and it is evident that it will
be more and more difficult to get
all tho elements necessary to suc
cess combmed on whoever is nom
inated. Tho bitterness engendered
will also affect tho nomination and
election of tho local tickets, and
there is whore the democrats will
have a great opportunity i'n some
of tho doubtful states and congres
Hut to tako advantage of these
differences amongst republicans tho
democrats must unite, and Avhile
cleaving to the essential principles
of democracy can afford to com
promise or lay by their disagree
ments on policies until tlicv havo
defeated the common enemy.
VI L iUDS and
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One o the most enjoyable eoalal af
fairs of tho week was given yester
day afternoon by Miss Mary Leon
ard, of south Prospect r.trcct, who en
tertained the Twigs and a -numbor of
In an Interesting series nt Bridge
.Mrs. N. hi Gfebhart -non the guests
prize, a Bllvcr fork and Mloa Florence
Hano won the clubjirize.a iprctty .hand
painted plate. At tlio conclusion of the
card playing an elaborate dinner was
.ecrml by tho hofctcss.
Tho guests of tlie clulb on this oc
casion were Mrs. George Christian, Jr.
Mrs. O. Wolleniweber, Mrs. Fred Hab
erman, Mrs. S. F. Godden, Mrs. II. II.
Stone, iMrs N. L Gerlinrt, Mra. F. K.
Gtitherji Mrs. J. T. Matthews, Mrs.
C. C Stoltz. Mra. R. M. Shute, Mrs. H.
I. Uhlor, Miss Sewanl, of Mansfield,
Mrs. Edward Malum of Konton, and
Mm. Schumakcr and Mrs. II. Edwin
Urown, of ColumbuB.
Tho next meeting of tho club was
not decided mon.
Tho C. L. P. club met Fnnlay
evening at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton White on South Pios
pect fetrcct, at which time the mem
bers entertained their ihiiidiatuls.
During tho evening a memory con
test afforded much fun and amuse
ment. Miss Gladys Corey was
awarded the first inze, whilo the
consolation prize was jn-e.scnted to
Mr." Henry Weston. Other parlor
games wero played and a fine mu
sical program rendered. A pleasant
fcatuio of the occasion wat, an elo
g.int luncheon herved by the hos
. The guests of the club were Mr.
and Mis. Henry "Weston and Mrs.
Harvey Backus of Youugutown.
Mrs. Charles Hummel of North
Seffner Ayonuo wns liostcss to tho
menibors and guests of thci R. t.
club yesterday afternoon, Tho hours
from two to flvo .wero pleasantly
wlillod away nt embroidery work and
feocial Intercourse. Light refreshments
Tho suosts of tho club upon this
occasion were Mrs. E. C. Holllday
and Mra. Frod Bacon.
Tho next meeting will be hold In
two fweoka nt tho .borne of Mrs.
Frank BeTry on North Seffner Ave
nue. Mra. F. 13. Coo nlomtinlly ontor-
tanckl the memberB of tifco Ideal Em
broldory club a't her homo on Olney
avonue. Friday afternoon, with near- I
ly all tho members in attendance. Al
ton ttio ombroldory work was laid
nld'e, Mrs. II. Ohorn favored tho
clubrfwlth uevoral musical wileotlons.
iMiro. Gall Carter vsis tho Buoot
of tho hositofiS.Nleo TOfreshmeaite wero
served. Tli'e club will meet In two
weeks nt tho homo of Mra. J. B.
Fteh of Bollovue uvenue.
Forty friends and relatives of Mls3
Bennlco Cortiin1 gathered) Friday ov-
oiilng at itho pleasant country homo
or tMra. j . u. cummins1, four mlJes nerice 01 entontea niecentiy arrivcu at nfin nlx-clved In tho eamo cordial
south of Agosta, In honor of t(no bctwUien tho powers, Riiarantoolng the 'uplrlt iln iwftloh tihey woro oxtonded
eighteenth birthday anniversary of jsta'Ats quo im -tho far East, and tbo vMcUi romitltutoa tho wliolo tranuac
tho young buly. ,hct niesin of nvoidlng noswlblo fu- tlon.
rrho bvenlng was pleasantly opont
6ooially. Oletroshments -woro sorvod.
Miss Conblrt TvaH tho Teolplent of
many beautiful presents.
Mm. C. C. Fisher entertained
this morning "with n broukfost at
her homo 011 Mt, Vernon 'nvonuo.
Tho morning was spent with cards,
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We want you to
our June Bride Sale.
ing values that no other store can possibly
It costs nothing to investigate we
These Special Furniture Bargains Will Interest Economical Buyers
Every one is marked specially low for next week's selling, lower than you can buy . them elsewhere,
lower than you can
selection. Your purchase will be carefully stored and delivered any timejou desire.
McClain's Give Liberal Credit To All
We are steadily compelling respect for our old fashion charge account-plan;-" -We. offer this accomo
dation because nearly nine-tenth of the people prefer to buy this way you buy what you want name your
own terms and pay for it without missing the money. We consider it a pleasure to extend you this privi
lege and it costs you no more. You will find our stock exactly as represented and in every instance lower
in price than other stores
FRANCE'S OFFER IS
Tuc United States Can Treat Directly -with the Japanese
There is no Need for Help in Reaching an Under-
standing San Francisco Incident is
Paris, Juno 8. Ono of tbo Imme
diate reeults of tlio Fuinco-Japaiuso
entente, which Is on tho polut of be
ing signoil, fltoa boon tho itendor by
Franco of hor good offices to tho
Um.'Jed Stia'tcw In bso tho win bo of
Horvlc tn pronrotlng a completo un.
dorsta.ndlng between tlio Unltled SUtcs tayooni tbo Unttod States and. Japan,
nnJ Japan, oovorlng their respoct'lvo tno acitldal oiso to which bucIi n ten
Initonwto 1n tho far Kaat. )rier can fch ut Is mot. regarded n tim-
Francio Ibeltovee that tlio United
KtUtca rihould berime a iparty to tho '
turo complications awl mlsundor-
utamlings, niul ban formally communt-
oated to tho United States govern-
ment hor awullneeB, now or In tlife fu-
tuire, to further iigotla'tlana In that
fl'Iiio Waslilntrlon governnionit, whllo
not oyalrinK ltBof Df Franco's servloea
oxupileBsedM'n'lttf roply Ita'dooii' eonfll-
come to our store. We want you to come and see the big values we are offering at
We are now concentrating our efforts in behalf of the June .bride and groom. Giv
buy them here later on.
A good value in'
a substanti.il Din
ing Chair, heavy
posts and spindles,
broad curved back,
full- shape scat.
This chair is very
smooth and nicely
finished and is
Our special June
Bride Sale for next
7 ft. by 9 ft.
blllty and lapprecKatlon of the friend
AVatJlulngton, Juno 8. While tho
An'orloan Bovernmonft: admits Kvcolv
Ing tho Frenioh tender of good offlwcu
in :11m mo to a Ktiililn undorulan'dlnir litt-
'parent at the prosont tlmo. Tho
Frondi' represontatlona, Jiowover.bavo
rrho Franco-.Tapaneso treiaty, a com-
patt in tlio naturfe of an alliance lo
resairtlert hero as entirely outside tho
rcopo of American illnlomacy, predud-
od by tho firmly fixed aollcy of tho
llUnlUal suites against alllancca.
Tho only negotiations be'tween tho
Unltwl Blates Knl '.TmiMm - which can
bo oaW to bo "lauding or.llkoly, (to
duplicate. That's why we want you to come here and come
are glad to show you.
Don't delay, come
Morris Chair Bargain
ffilwtWemlBKXlm An attractive Morris
KSgMffHSjjjj Chair in a mission de
HKaflwlEffs' s'n kuL finished in gold-
j EtBHsSSsSffSSllf ' cn oak nmsn- Tho
ort 9iPt lrai" 3 extra hqavy
rSmlSkttSh and well braced. Tho
H vv $K&&I&u3kSuW cushions aro well filled
fi CsaSJ-HjSflySejikf anc upholstered in cor
I' fEuuTr-Ti-TrSI lEVkSu duroy. This chair is
I SJ3333 a3233alt;, (rjS4 fiood value at S12.00J
ijjpi pfif-TlBMW! Our special June Brido
JK"tJTr !Kf 4&P Sale prico
lFsaHf ' $7.75
WE ESPECIALLY INVITE OUT-OF-TOWN
C. W. McClain
ivo tho subject of 'lntcrcourd? in the
near future, rolnto 'to tho tornm of a
iPostUbld cinisrat Ion treaty. Nothing
whatever IIiuh arhxsn IMwocn tho two
na-Moiis to .procliido tho most str.Ught-
for.ward and dlrci'tl dealing on tluls
iiuestlon, arid consequently tho jKilnt
nt which tho offer of Franco could
he owilltod of 4n this obrnifcctlon Is
From n diplomatic vlowiiolnt, tho
San Francisco In cldont Is closed, 'llio
wny has boon pointed out whereby
Mhreso Jairanwo who woil Iniured ns
this TCsult of a mob attack can re
cover damages from tho city of San
FranJolsco under tho state codo of
California. It Is pointed out that one
nngrcttuWo reminder of W.R incident
Is tho use which a portion of tho
press In iboHh countries 1s making
Of It to emtio ho8tIlo pontlmont.-
WSth diplomatic relatons betiwoen
j'lhb-UwMcd Sitatrs and Japan nol only
uninterrupted imt with nothing on
tho horizon tho Frcndi off,or in ac
cepted ins It was extended, as making
a most happy cuWitton to tho cor
dtalJty batwelcai tho two natlonu.
Mrs. Gcorgo Myers Suffers Stroke
'Friday afternoon while driving near
Wife PJousant church, south of tlio
olt)!, waiting for Irtr1 husband, who
'was. attending tho funeral of Mrs.
flainaiol llaln, Mrs, floor-go Myers,
wgcil.tHj ir.is overcome by a Btrokoof
in tonight or next week
This liandsomo Hocking
Chair Ib mado from gol
den quarter nawed oak',
and very handnomoly
finished. It has long
post construction and
in firmly bolted. Tho
scat has full roll Bhapo
and Is vory comfortab'o.
Other stores would ask
you $0.C0 for a rockor
ilko this. The Rockor
is worth every cent of
this price but noxt
week our prlco will bo
Let us prove to you that we
have the best Wall Paper val
ues in towm We are closing
out a lot of patterns at less
than wholesale cost.
jfciralytflu. A ionium Wlfo Ihlapponoil
to bo standliiB outaldo of tho church
saNvi Mrs. Myers sink toward tho lx';-
tom or tho carrlago and summoned
asslstaiDco, Mrs. Myers was taken
In Howard's nmbulnnco to tho homo
of a aiolghbor, whoro Dr. 0. 'D.
W'iant was summoned.
.Tho physician found that Mrs.
Myers was paralyzed on her right
sldo. At a Into hour this of tornoon
p'.to iwas still unconscious and ds In
a serious condition.
CHARGED WITH THEFT
Has no Troublo in Proving
Smith and Baker Lads aro Released
and Cases Against Them
Frank Smith and Walter Baker,
tWp .two lads arrested in conneotlbn
with tiho disturbances nt the darailyal
on' North Proaiwct street, Thursday
night), wero given 11 hoarlng last night
In itho mayor's urlti and woro lla.
missed for iwant of ovldonco aealntst
TliM boyfl we're Iln a crowd that
caused1 tlio hbwmcti no biiuvII amount
or annoyanHi and during tho trouble
mo ono out tho toiita tund tho
ixles tit one of itllio shows on tHi'o
graumui, iA froo-for-all fighUre-aultoduL
and make a quick-
I' ill lii Blij
nnd botlu showmen and .thoso of tho
Uttsiaklng iparty 'W'oro 'badly brulaod
There was no .troublo of nny kind
nt tho grounds last night and the
ipoHco will iglvo tho .Hhowmon full
prelection during tho romallnder of
thb btay im tho city.
'Homer Mhyhow was brought up In ,
hp pollco court tails 'morning on a
chargo mado by Mrs. Fred Lemp, who
resides In tho Donman flats on West
Center street. Mrs. Lomp olalnVdd
that Mayhcw was wearing ono of the
rings stolon from hor flat several
tMayhow had no difficulty In pixiv
lr. that ho had purchased tho ring
Tho ,U city mark j ol
Pancy Groceries, Fresh
Friuiii an J Meats.
I'iucy Ohio grown Straw
borrlca, Taney Kipo Plnoap
pics 10c, 15c and 20c.
Fancy New Potatoes, f0c
Homo-grown LettUco; Tlcmo
grown Spina hj Homc-giown
Uadishos; Home-grown Ithu
barb; Wax Beans; Toma
toes; Oticumbcrs; Par&loy;
Call Phone 81. Wo can
pleaso you in every way..
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