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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1907
.July known no dull day's hore peoplo Uelievo in getting tholr
60c men's balbrlggan un
derwear ........ 39o each
3Jjc men's balgriggan and
blno underwear . . 20c each
JMeri's lino ribbed union
M'en'o fine dress slilrta.. .48c
Wen'fl soft shirt with
collar's .- 48c
Men's work shirts .... 4Gc
A lot of men and boys sampll) shoos at low prices.
THE RACKET STORE
James "Piker Sullivan, who has
beon held v.i tho county Jnir sluco
February 9, barged with assaulting
and robbing i pedestrian on East
Center streat, was released on ball
The proseci.Ing witness In the caso
disappeared lefore '.ho last grand
July Shoe I
D T zi r-
Wo are making very low
prices on Men's Oxfords this
Men's Oahvaa Shoes or
Men's Gun Metal or Pat-
, ent leather oxfords ..$1.98
Men's Gun Metal or Pat.
leather Oxfords .... $2. 25
Men's Gun Metal or Pat.
Leather Oxfords.... $2.98
Men's Solid Comfort Vicl
See our show window.
I. M. HJYFKR
w2i2W. -Center St; -
they cut fine.
Order one of us
F. J. LUSCH
N.E. Cor. Stat & CnUr 8U.
50 OFF 50 OFF
CLOSING OUT SALE OF PIANOS
Organs and cntlro stock of Muilcal Instruments and sheet
On account of my other business interests requiring my at
tention. I shall sell my entire f etock. of Musical Instruments
and Music at CO pjr cent off.
One Ohickcriug Grand Piano, suitable for lodgo purposes
Two second hand Squaro Pianos in good condition at a
Ono small Squaro Piano $30. Hero is a chance.
Guitars Mandolins and other small instruments ,
A)l tho latost sheet music Go per copy.
Oall and examine Open Evening's.
G. E. PERRY
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
Men's overalls 48c
Men's pants 98c
Boys' black satcon waists 2Gc
Boys' dark shirts , 25c
Boys' pants . . . , 2fic
Boys' summer pants.... 10c
Boys' flusponders 10c
Boys' overalls 25c
Boys felt hats 48c
Boys' largo straw hats 10c
Boy's' dress hats, straw 25c
Jury and Bulllvnn was being held
until lie ctvi'ti 1)0 located. 'Jlio
grand Jury Indicted Sulllvun and his
trial will oc ur during tlio fall term
of court If tlh) witness can be located.
The- llubliaid-Zemurray steamship
company, through Its attorneys, 5eo
fleld, Durfoo and Seolleld, filed a pe
tition today In the common pleas
court, asking lor u Judgment of $204.05
with interest from Juno 28, 1907,
ngalnst Robert Storncl and 'that ho
has refused unyment The Hubbard
Zemurray company Is ' Incorporated
under the laws of the statu of Ala
BONDS AWARDED TO
A CINCINNATI FIRM
$10,000 Issue Made by City
For Street Improvements.'
Money will be Used to Pay City's
Portion of the Cost of Paving
Mve Streets. l
Tho firm of Dreed and Harrison,
of Cincinnati, was awarded tlio ?10,
000 four and ono half per cent.
city's portion of tho street Improve
ment bonds oy City Auditor Qulgloy,
Wednesday afternoon. Of the 12
bids submittal, Urued & llarulson'tj bid
of $210 was Uio highest. Tho bonds
are 10 In number, each for $1,000 and
fall due betwpn 11)11 and 1920.
Tbo premiums offered by other bid
ders follow: Otis & Hough, $127;
Hayden .Miller & Co., $127; W. J.
Hayes & Sons, $138; Hoehler & Clini
mlngs, $131 fiO; Brighton Cermun
Bunk, $170; Piovhlent Savings Hank
Trust Company, $138; Well Ruth &
Company, $100; Western Herman
Dank, $1C0; V. It. Todd & Co., $70;
Feasongood M.yer, $200; and Rudolph
Khiybolt, $107 f 0.
The procej'ls of tho bond salo will
bp used to j.iy tho city's portion of
tho paving Improvements on Chard,
Oriind, Cherry and Prospect streets
uml tho Uoultvard.
Bankheatf Nomlnatedtfor Governor.
Montgomery, Ala., July 11. Ex
Congressman John Baukhead wan
nominated for United States senatoi
to llll the unexpired term of Senatoi
Morgarf by the democratic caucus ol
tho Alabama leglslatuio lust ulgbt.
Good Shoes Cheap
See our Bargain Counter at
Just in Women's Golden Brown
Oxfords correct shade $3.50-
SMART & WADDELL
Missionary Societies of First
Presbyterian Church Meet
ATTENDANCE IS LARGE
Leaders Mrs. Tj. F. Seffner
and Mrs. W. C. Butcher
Home Society Opens Meeting and
Foreign Society Discusses Matters
Concerning the Plillllplnes.
The regular monthly session 0
tlio Homo and Foreign Mission
ary societies of tho Fhst Presby
terian diaroh were buhl in tho
lecture room of tho church. Wed
nesday afternoon. Tho attendance
was exceptionally large, "bo room be
ing occupied to its seating capac
ity. TJio meeting of tlio homo socioty
was colled to order by tho presi
dent, Mrs. C. If. Phelps at 2
o 'clonk. After a song " Revive Us
Again", Sim. Margaret Leonard
conducted shout devotional cveroises
Tlio secretary and treasurer gave
their rcporip and Mrs. S. K. De
SVblfe, secietury of, litarutuie, an
nounced that she would distribute
mite boxes among the members
at an early dato.
. Mrs. U. F. Seffner had charge
of tho program proper. Sho gave
a review of tho work accomplished
by tho society mud dUclosed its ex
cellent standing. Mrs. It. C.
HowdLs,h read a number of inter
esting1 ltenifl gleaned from the re
port of the secretary of the gen-
I'eral assembly wliich was held in
Columbus several weeks ago.
"At Vniii.'ji Wrti-lr in PfirniirtV
Missionary Field1" was tho subject
of a .highly appreciated paper read
by Mrs. Paulino Hummer. Mrs.
V. F. Scffnor gave a nummary of
tho work of the woman's boardi
accomplished in tho last year. T.bo
soerctury a-oatl letters Irom Jlra.
Savogo land Mirs. Wilson ot Al
Vion academy. The ladies who
visited hero during tho missionary
jonferonco sent letters which ex
pressed words of greeting. 'After a
short business session the program
closed witJi a prayer by Mrs. S.
Immediately upon the adjourn
ment ol! Uio Homo society, tho
Fore'um society went into session.
program opened with a wing
rn-'s n Wideuess in God's
Meroy" lafler which the secret ary
mid rcasurer's reorts were .read.
Mi's. W. C. Butcher was loader
and gave mi interesting talk on
tbo topic of tho meeting, "Phll
lipino and Ilinnu Islands". Mrs.
W. N. Harder talked on "Home
life in Hinan." "Schools in the
Philippines was tho subject of a
well prepared paper, read by Mrs.
Carrol May. Mr.s. II. C. liowdish
led in prayer and afterwards told
an inleresit,ing story of a marriage
ceremony in tho Philippines.
Mrs. W. N. Harder rendered
u number of vary pleasing vocal
At Uio conclusion, of the program
Hie assemblage adjourned to tho
basement of tlio church, where
Clasn A served a fine three-course
dinner. Covers, wero laid for 125.
Dance at Schwlnger's pavilion,
Local Operators and Section
Columbus Colored People's Itxcur
slon Carries 1,500 to Ceder
Point Railroad News.
The annual colored peoples 'excur
sion from ColumbuB to Johnson's Isl
nud was run on' 'tho Pennsylvania
today. AbO'lt 1.C0O colored people
from Columbus and quite a few from
this city toolc advantage of tho ex
cursion. Ton coaches composed the
train, and all woro well filled.
Tho Big Four has scheduled and
excursion to Niagara Falls for Aug
Word was recolved Wednesday af
ternoon by tue local telegraph operat
ors and section foremen of tho Hock
ing Valley Hint each would receive un
Increaso In mlary. For some tlmo
they havo boon dissatisfied with the
salary paid t'teni, and in response to a
request,, they have received an In
crease neacly equal to 10 per cent, ,
Wednesday, Mrs. Edward Huber
chaperoned her grandchildren and
ten other MMe people at a picnic
held In tbo beautiful Huber grovo,
four miles oort of town. The after
noon was spoilt In p.aylng baseball
and other spoita. Lato In tho after
noon, an excellent picnic spread was
Mrs. Hubir and her little guests
were taken to and from tho picnic
grounds In 'ho big auto of James P.
Prenderga3t. The affair was In honor
of the tenth blithday anniversary of
Robert II, S'.brocter.
Mr. and Mr. 8. M. Stouffer pleas
antly entertained a company of guests
at a porch pi'rty at their homo In
Morral . Wednesday uvenlng. The
hours from P until 12 wero pleasantly
passed with music anl games. Re
freshments More served
Thoso proa-mt were, .Misses .Mnrle
Welsh, Hazal Shultz, Homn Welsh,
Katie iMoore, Deulah and Hazel Cot
trell, Vera flock, Gladys Mapes, Rthol
Coolt, Ethel Osborne, Boa Darnhouso,
Cora Weben Mabel Itlohards, Zetta
Wolfe, Caroline Shelf. Kdlth Wilson,
Katie, Edna and Bertha Wood, Nellie
Bosley nml Messrs. Ralph Mapes,
Qeorgo Itooa-ts, Husael Alllno, Bert
Crlm, Bert Pr.sson, Thomas Cochran,
Harry Cook, Clnudo Coyo, Viva Beav
ers, William -Wilson. Pearl Wilson,
Sidney Cllncr. Edgar Moore, Edgar
and Alexanhir Giles, Dawson Minx,
POLICE AND FIREMAN
WANT RAISE YEARLY
Asks Council for $5 a Year
City Dad Caucus Wednesday Night
but Reach no Decision Will
Act Monday Night.
The city ccuncll held a caucus lust
night In regud to the proposition to
Increase the salaries of the members
of tbo polled and tire departments.
Through tho chiefs of their depart
ments, tho firemen und policemen
submitted a proposition to council,
but no nctlo.i was taken on account
of tho Inability of Mombers Phillips
and Carpentor to attend,
The employe s of .tho departments
have requested that council grant
each man nti increase of $5 a month
every year f r four years, which
Will nt tho ond of that period bring
tho wuges .if the firemen ami police
men to $70 r'l month.
Tho councllnien talkod tho ciuestlon
over at' some Irngttrand then decided
to nllow tha question to rest until
another caucus ran' bo held. It Is
probable that tho coucuh will bo held
boforo tho n.-xt meeting at the coun
13. A. Fl3'ir, of Bellefontatne Ave
nuo, wont to i'lnua this morning.
Master Paul Sutton, ot Lallue, Is a
guest of Alasttr Lloyd Harden, of
Charles streat. , ''
Edward Pope ofPnducah, Ken
tucky, Is a guest or Mrs. Leonard Geer
of Sit. Vernon Aveiiuo.
Miss Clara Weber ,df Portsmoutn
uino, is tno guest, qt aolativesi in
Morral . . ; 4.
J. II. Klliie, tralhv.master of tho
C & B. was a lsltorjut tio union
station today. jXffi
iSIIss Isadoio Orey,Jeft this morn
ing for PlltJbarg, whero she will
spenil two iol(s vlsftftig rolatlves.
J. H. Fields, wholuib been In tills
city for seeral days -On business,
left today tor Rich wood.
iMrs. W. U Denniun, of South
Stato street, with Mrs. , G. Ooobety,
or Dodgo City. Kansas, Is spending
the summer at I.akcsldo,
iSIr. and Mm. Claren'ce Swobbact,
Of North iMnin, streetTar thu nar-
entsi of a. daughtor Korn tliia momi-
Miss Mollio McMjihau loft to
lay for Ironton, OlTib. where sho
will spend ecveral days' visiting her
WALDO P'UOPLB MAIUtlED
J. W. Cook, aged ' 3, and Miss
Nora Faust, aged 29, both of Waldo,
wero marrlol at Newport, Kentucky,
Wednesday. They wU ,llvo a. Wal
do, whore Conk is section', foreman on
tho Pennsylvania raljwajr.
iLast fall Cook sent 'to 'Missouri, ask
ing Miss Faust and l;or 'brotbors, all
his cousins, to II vo atfils homo, Tho
rcsuu was uiii', no ieui in lovo witu
bis cousin uud thelrjfmarrlago fol
WE WANT YOU
to see these suits. Two-piece and three-piece suits, light
and dark colors, sold for $20, $22, $25, now $15"
HUGHS & CLEARY
flain and Center Streets
Home Guards Select Officers
for Next Week.
ATTENDANCE IS LARGE
Ladies of the Maccabees
Tribe of Uen Hur Celebrates Anni
versary with Social Session
Tlio Home Guards oE America
held inn interesting meeting in the
Jfed Men's hall, Wednesday! even
Np.w ofTlccas were eleoled. Mrs.
Henry Mumford was elected coun
sellor; Charles Coonrod. vico coun
sellor; JAhu I'iokerelj treasurer,
and .lamcH Iflice, .secretaiy. Char
les Conrad was elected trustee.
At tho meeting next Wednesday
evenintr the newly elected olllows
will bo installed. Arrangements
were made last evening for n so
cial to he held the seventeenth of
TJio Tribe of ilea Hur met with
a largo attendance Wednesday
night. Asido from transacting rou
tine business, tho anniversary of
Ihe lodge was celebrated. Hcfresh
nients wero served ond games, mu
sic ami various social inversions
were enjoyed until a lato hour.
Cooper Post, No. 117, O. A. It.
will meet lit the hall Sunday after
noon ut 2 o'clock und march to the
Central Christian church, where tho
members will nttend special services.
All old soUlers are Invited to bu
The Lilies of (ho Mow-abces mot
Wednesday afternoon at their hall
on North Main street with a very
good al tendance. Arrangement.1
wero mado icr a picnic to bo held
at Garfield park next Thursday.
All Hats go at $1.98
Comenclng Friday morning at 8
o'clock, we place on sale our entlro
lino of trimmed hats at u closing price
of ?1.98. Abo all flowers will bo
sold at a greatly reduced prlco.
SIRS. SI. BECKETT,
It Warner & Edwards Block .
John Irvin and Ollio I.ee, tho two
colored youths who wore arrested,
yesterday ohanged with being impli
cated in tho robbery of Hosier &
RamroMi's aloon on North Main
sreoti Tuesday night, wero given
a hearing in tho mayor's court this
morning. City Solicitor Donithen
Imd diarge of the caw. Irvin
plelidod not guilty while Leo n
H'loivledgwl His ',uilt and Kworo
that Inan was. implicatwl. After
the caso was thoroughly thrashed
Trvi'n ajjrrcd to iy for the amount
of liquor stolen iproiding that
nr j-i- I MKW ill in m - nwriHMJ Mm J
M ' -, , "Manhattan" The Quality Store. ,J j ,
. xi OFF ON STRAW HATS j
I Vs OFF ON OUTING SUITS AND TROUSERS I
I The Manhattan J
- -T-.-,-TTTT-rT.T., . -W1UIIH jrilBUMlMMIlMWlMlBr ' "
I'nmroth Avould withdraw tlio affi
davit. Irvin settled for $." and tho
alllilavit. viw wJthdrawn.
Leo will bo Jield for .a itinut whilo
tlio ltolico nro inesytJgating other
complications rii his case.
Chorles Foster wart arrested
vesleiilnv morning An an uflldavit
sworn out by Gerirgo Dwyer, oharg-
ing him with dumping garbage in a
inhn-holu at tho David street sew
er. At bis henrii!' last evening
Foster deolared that Dwyer had
given him permission to unload in
tho man-hole. Dwyer explained,
however, that ihe had given Foscr
permission to use the sewer for all
purposes excepting to dispose of
Foster was finally fined .flO and
Quito a number ot Improvements
are belnc made today at the Union
Station. The roor Is being repaired
and some painting and spouting done.
A son was born, this morning, to
Mr. and Mn. Martin Nelmeyer, of
Wlndbor str'et .
IN NOVEMBER WILL
OCCUPY NEW CHURCH
Free Baptist Congregation
Meets Wednesday Night.
Decides to Cut Down Expenses by
Doing Away with Interior Dec.
orations for the Present.
The congregation of the Free
Baptist church ilield a liusinehS meet
ing last night kind attended to a
number qC attains ;oncoriiiiig the
now cnuroli Miat is being ereotwi.
On account of tho givat expense ui-
nuried it was denuded to mako tho
interior d'iiiishing of, tho churcli as
plain as possible for thu present.
At a later latu Jiowever, tho origi
nal liLiiia will bu "rrlwl out.
The bunding wn. tttce, after a
confereiH'o with tl'o contract oi-s, ro
ported" that th edifice will bo
ready for ownjmiiev about the last
of November, aiiilehs unfoiiNeeii up-
aa occur. Tho meeting was well
attended und was presided over by
the astorj Rev. O. 10. Barnard.
"aLASKAS" AHE ICE SAVERS
$T.50 $9 $10.75
Meet us face to face.
Oxfords Worth $2.50, Sacrifice Sale Price $11.98
WHOLESALE HOUSES ARE THE LOSERS.
B E A T T V 3c L. O ll G
Quicli Sales and Small Profit Shoenien.
in MMi w iiMii immmmammmmmmmmammmmmatmmtmammmm
We havo tho real old-fashioned
homo sliced beef. It has
that real old-fashioned taste.
Wo slice it while you wait
any thickness you like it. It
is interesting to see it dono.
Comd in and see our slicer
PRICK TEH POUND 30c.
Phones 39. 209 L. Center St.
Agency lor Wuuds Boston Cotfeet
CHAS. TURNER a CO.
have a fine lot of fresh Wat
crimdous. They cut ripa and
Fancy Itipo Bananas
Taney Sweet Oranges
Do not forget our meat
mar with the best of fresh
Keop Good Time?
if not, bring it to us.
We make old
Watches run like
new. Our Charges
G. W. BOWERS
Ufcb'S LAXAIiVt. HUNtT and TAB
Wo will treat you RIGHT.