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THE MAKION DAILY MIRKOH. SATURDAY. JUNE 8. 1907.
A New Cravat For Tomorrow's Wear.
MidSuinmer Neckwear Now Ready.
Light weight silks and wash labrics in the newest shapes and shades
-The wideend strings the new club house--Four.in-hands in just
the right width-tecks, bows, & etr-., IT'S THE NECKWEAR LINE
(. A. Sm."i phonograph North
Main street o n-Ctp
Prices On AH
Take a Tumble
On account of tho unfa
vorable weather, prices re
duced on aU WASH DRESS
GOODS, MUSLIN UNDER
WEAR, WHITE SHIRT
WAISTS WHITE WASH
We haven't the space hero
to quote price, but como in
and take a look.
WEST CENTER STREET.
Toledo Man Secures Marlon Lady
for His Bride.
It was disclosed here Saturday Ithat
Mlsa Mytrtlo Iluth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. dhlarles Jlutu. of the Boulo.
vard, was secretly married at Toledo
AJonday etenlng to Mr. Clarence Por
ter, forinorly of the rity but now
tvniploed In Toledo.
The secret leaked out when tho
buMdo wrl'ta to a fr!end hero telling
of ber happy marriage. Tho brJde Jk
well known here mid her unexpected
marriage comes sis a great Hurprlso to
her many friends. Tho groom Is n
machinist by trade aid hold a fno
position lln a Toleda factory. TVy
will K-Hldn ilii Toledo.
Held by the Morrnl High
ADDRESS OF EVENING
Delivered by Prof. E. D.
Crim of Marion.
First Annual Commencement of
the iMorral Schools a Success
in Every Detail.
Filed with Commissioners by the
CotMy Auditor Charles Ij. Allon
has iflled bis montlhly financial ritate
ment With tho county commissioners
Mowing llite condition of tho county
treasury, June 1.
The roport shown n balanco of
$107,801 7i, for May 1, overdraft,
May 1. $3,838.35: rerelDta ilnrint? Mav
$0,479. fiG; disbursements during May,
S10.010 03; balance, Juno 1, $111,.
20r,.82; overdrafts, Juno 1, $103,489.-
89; outstanding warrant account.
Jima 1,$C58.89; amount In countv
treasury. $4,089. 70 amount In county
lurnus on Jiucresti"Jl00,0GG.3l.
Comes to Marion with Carn
Napoleon Born to Be Waited On.
Napoleon had himself dressed by
IiIh attendants from head to foot. Ho
put h.s hnnd to nothing, but let him
self bo dressed like an infant, bis
mind filled with business during tho
entire performance The emperor
was born, so to sp.uik. to be u tilted
on When only a general ho had as
many as three valets. Constant.
1 uiim4 T
Glove Fitting Corsets
Although we sell many different styles of
corsets none of them have ever proven more
popular or given more satisfaction than the
Thompson Glove Fitting Corsets." The
material is of high quality which insures their
remaining in shape even after long wear.
Style No. 208 (illustrated to the left) is
a special model designed for medium full fig
ures, has deep extension hip. Supporters
front and side. Price $2.00
Style "Grand Duchess" (illustrated lo
the right) is adapted to either the stout or
slender figure, producing a flat straight fornt. Price $3.
J. P. LUDWIG
MARION'S SPECIALTY STORE.
i mmmummammmm m
GET THE CASH HABIT.
SHOES THAT ARE BEING TALKED ABOUT
Our Ladies' Oxfords at $1 98. In all leathers, Button Laco
Tipped or Plain Too. We can savo you money and stand
ready to show you.
See us before you buy,
NEW YRK STORE.
Tim first annual eoirineucomsnt
of the Morrnl high echini was, on-
dueled in tho lJaptut chinch ol!
Hint villiiM Fiidav flijEUt. J'lio au
ditorium was o.'iinied to Us l'nil
'seating; capacity in J Hie imtul
(commencement of the iio5iorm
littlo village prjed a btH'i'f in
evci'j ile W
Tlio program ipj i ! a', o'pht
o'clock with u piMio duet by Mi-.
Mnudo Drake Jiikei of .Mnriou
and Miss Audrey Bounder nf Pr.n
pect. The two grmlunti'j, Miss 11a
7c D. Solniltz nnd Mit,s (- .Mario
Welsh weiu seated on the rostrum,
which was beautifully lecoialn,!
with palm nnd roses. The cu
motto, ''Throi'gli Toils lo Gl-iry,"
inscribed in Latin. "Per Astern ml
Astern," nnd in tho class colors.
old fold nnd black, was suspended
from the ceiling.
A male quartet composed of T.
Pi, Dolnndor, C. W. Jucoby, W.
W. Morrnl and S. II. Stauffor,
tendered tt pleasing selection,
"Wouldn't yon like to know," af
ter which tho invocation was pro
nounced by Hew O. E. Smith,
pastor of tlio Morrnl M. E. church.
Ono of tlio most pleasrng numbers
on the (program was a vocal solo by
Mrs. Berthnl Wctmore Allen of
Minion. In her usunl delightful
manner she rendered "Constance,"
and tho audience greatly appreciated
IMISa Hazel Schultz delivered nn
oration on the subject '"That Which
.Adorns Wfw." Sho proved an orator
of no mean ability and flier Kliotight,
that education is tho greatest ex
ponent of happiness, ns well ak-
jen nnd her delivery was exceptional
A musical recitation followed Miss
Sohultz's effort. Mrs. Inskeop accom
panied on tho piano by Miss Bolan.
der, gavo a reading entitled "How
Wo Koii'J Itho Day' which (rtroved
Aftor another selection by tho malo
quartette, Mls-5 Welsh delivered lier
oratlon on the themu '"Iljo Lamp
That Shines." The tflicsla was almost
purely Historical and It showed Hint
tho epeahor was exceptionally woll
versed In that lino.
iA voctU scOo by Miss Pensy For
rest, of Busyrus, pleased tho a'ldl-
onco, Sho (was- accompaniod by Mis'?
Prof. E. D. Crim. nrlndwal of Hie
Marlon business oollcjro lolIvoreil tlm
class address. He Imparted excellent
auvico to 1he graduates and con-
grawiiatod Ue school officiala on tho
success of tho initial commencement.
His nfldresa throughout waa Interest
ing and instructive
'After auotJior eoleotlon nv Rfm
Allen, iltov O. i:. Smith nnesened
itiho graduates with their diplomas
After a piano duet by Mrs. Inskeep
nnd 'Miss Itolander, the program,
closod with tiho benediction nronounc
ed by Rev. Smith.
Bargains For Monday
$1.50 & $2 WHITE WAISTS 87c-IO
beautiful styles of lace and embroidery
trimmed lawn Waists, such as many
stores sell at $1.50 to $2, now drop
$10.00 BLACK VOILE SKIRTS-2
excellent styles are marked $5.00.
HANDSOME $10 & $12.50 SKIRTS
$5.98 Too great an assortment to de
scribe. They are dark somber colors
that will be so good this fall.
UHLBR & PHILLIPS
JOHN R. DUGGER
United in Marriage to Miss
Ceremony is Performed Thursday
Evening at Detroit-Both
Well Known Here.
A special from Detroit ianuoun8
tho nuptials ot. two former Mar.'on
HKfflplo whidh owurrod In (that cltv
Thursday evening. The special says:
.lolin II. DliKKOr. a hotel nronrlotor
of llcllefoniiilno nnd Miss Nelllo Mor
sel,!, hjj laui'iler, iwero (united in
mnrrlago here at 7 o'olock Thursrfav
evening by Justice Upp. They left
Immediately for Bollefontnlno.
J3otll tho brldo mill Ernom wnm
widely known In this city. Mr.
uugger for several years wna Tnimn.
ger of. tho local depot hotel nnd had
been a resident of tho city for more
Miah fifteen years. About a month ago
ho jcu ior uellefontn no wiiern Jm
oponel the oldi Dig Four hotel at that
place. Tbo no.ws comes as a pleasant
surprise to scoiies of friends in thfe
DISCOVERED BY BROTHER
When He Asks to Have His
Father Forgives m Pretty Miss Mary
Byres When She Promises to
Leave the Company.
(T get his fifteen-year-old daughter
pretity Mnry Dyers, who is doing n
fortune telling stunt i11tli tho Heck
Carnival Coompany, Josoph Byera, of
Urijnnn, ni rived In tho city at noon
The Carnival company Bpent last
week In Urbana and tho young girl,
dtslrouH of getting out ln'to tho world
secured nu ongagment wltfli an alleged
Queen of fortune (tellera. The girl h
wry attractive and dressed in Indian
carii nrcsld'ea nt tho fortnno tollora
ta'u.o '!u a manuur that would mako
It appear tthat she Is an old bund at
the business of reading tho iwst, tho
preso.it and future.
A. ibirthcr of the girl Is employed nt
the Stoltz garage on north Prospect
street. TCio young man went ln'th tho
fortune teller's tent at tho carnival
and passed out bis mlt io tlio pretty
lIDtlo Indian girl. She bad recognized
him ibut he had oiot recognized licr.
Sho fold him of hls past and his pres
ent witli such accuracy that he waa
nstonlsJied. Ho looked at tho girl more
closely nnd to his dismay saw Oiat bho
was Jils littlo eldter whom io bellovod
safe at her borne In Urbana.
Tbo brother did mot muke, ills dis
covery .known but as soon tis possible
Cio nxnmiulititcd wlbli dils father ami
mado arrangomenta or tho latter lo
conifl ihoro nnd tako dhe girl honita
with1 him. Ho was assisted iby tbo of
ficers of tho local ihumamo eociety.
flhb girt -was very much surprised
wlhcn Jier XaWi'er appeared- and Bh did
not wllah to return homo proferlng to
try tho show life for awhile.
ffiho father took tlK girl liomo
Saturday afternoon after warning
her that sho will bo put In tho Indtw.
Irlal home ilf sho uttoinptH any moio
Mr. Uyer Is a (well io d resident of
TTirban'anndi the nffalr has caused n
doddetl stnsatlon thero.
WANTED io houses to rent.
No real estate agentn answer.
Addrcfg "0," (Jaro Mirror. It
Y. 1H. C. A.
fThfrco exciting games of volley
ball were ployed In the Y. M. O. A.
gymnasium last night. It was tho
odjaslon mpon v. hlcli a pick-up team
captallned by Michael O'BiUon inado
am attempt to defeat tho champion
ship team captained by John Clark.
Howover, ' tho attempt wns fruitless
as tho champions seomfed Invincible
land with the cxconMon of ono game
they carried everything by storm.
Who first giamo wis won by tho
Championship .team by tho score- of
21 to 10. In tho Bccond gamo the
champions went o pieces and
O'Bnlon's 'bunch easily won by tho
score of 21 itk 10. Tho third game
was one-sided. Tho champions nhow
ed up In real form nnd defeated tbo
plck.ups by tho ?coro of 21 to 2.
Ciiampions Clarlc nnd Sycks, for
wards: Brady, Dawson and Qeran,
iPJck mip-Cunnlngham and irono
foingqr, forwards; Fles, O'ltrlen nnd
Wanted 'A g6od girl or woman for
general 'housework. Mrs. E. O. Mapca
nCO n. Con'ter U. Phone 1177. C-8 .1 t
Tho Warner & Edwards Store
Now Lines Bolts.
Now Collars and Neck
wear. A lino Printed Batistes Be.
Short longths Printed Or
Solid- dolors in Gorman
Linen Suitings, in plain
30 inch Linen Suitings, all
Now colorings in English
Silk Ginghams, 25c.
Special offerings in Ladies'
Lace Hosipry, 2Gc.
A splendid showing Men's
Soft Shirts, 50c".
In the Waist
Ono lot of, Whlto Lawn
India Linon Waists trim
med in Embro'idcry, 00c.
Whito Waista in Dotted
Beautiful Whlto Waists at
$1.25 to $2.00.
Wh'ito Waists in Linen, $3
WANTED -20 houses, West End.
No real estate agents answer
Address "0," Oaro Mirror. It
Real Estate Business Surpasses
Tho real 'estato business dono In
Marion county this year haa exoeed
od all expectations. In the office of
County Auditor Allen tho lwok nsed
for rooordlng tho plats of new ad
ditions was not sufficiently largo and
today (Auditor Allen found it neces
sary to go to Columbus for Uio
purposo of (having the record enlarged.
'jino year promises to exceed all rec
ords for now additions.
A Few Real Bargains in
Ono Upright Price and Tloenle.
ellghtly used $210,00.
One unnlfflilU Schiller. Walnut, used
but a abort time, $225.00; original
'One uprfght J. C. Flsdhor, flekxrod
hand, $135. QO.
One equare Wm. Knhfoe, in good" re
Organs tokea in exchange tor mla.
."nbs. A Jargo lot twill .bo sold very
ehdap. Como In avi get your cholco,
"V must fcavio, itpa roam.
" p. W. Baker, PJmio Dealer, I
214 W. Owtw St..
Big Lot of Trimmed Hats at 25 Less
Than Cost of Production.
We hdve too many trimmed hats in our nilUnery department. That's the whole story In a
nut shell. We had made big preparations In this department, besides this we recently received a
large shipment of hats from Sinclair, Rooney & Co., of New York, picked up on account of the
backward season at 50c on the dollar. The continued cold weather finds us with a big lot still on
hand, and following our inevitable rule not to carry any hats of this season's styles over Into next
season, if anything like a reasonable discount will clean them out.
SUH'MOIjMfUC WED YHUifRh
z 3("hf & e i x
a itf ii iz 12 m is!
16 175. IS 19 2D 21 22,
J 30 24, 25 2ft 27-28 25
Look at the calendar above and
remember this: Every day this
month will be a arga'n day at this
store. Every dopbrtment will feel
the effect of this mouth's selling.
A Backward Spring
Has no doubt dolayed many peoplo in their annual homo decorations, but it is not too lato to
get tho newest and best Wall Papers and havo your work neatly and quickly done by calling
at tho old reliable Wall Paper Emporium.
25 to 33 1-3 per cent, off on all Wall Paper during our big Juno sale. If you havo been
delayed on your decorations, coino in at onco. Export paper hangers.
$1.00 Corsets 69c.
Wo havo perfect modelB in corsets, giving, in every lino and curve, assur'anco of tho production
of a good figure
Exactness is as essential in corseting as in anything in fact, moro so than in most wearing
Tho corset is a pretty -intimate g'armont and should not only bo constructed sclentlfjcaUr hut
must bo mado of materials that aro thoroughly good and in keop'ing with, tho lingerie to which
it is so closely allied. Such, corsets aro theso. Good all tho way through'.
Oompa.ro these, corsets with any $1.00 corset found anywhoro. It is by comparison that thoso
corset3 loom up tho best,
The Big Sash Store
D. B. GG0OSELL N. 2VIHIN STREET.