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LIGHTNING STOPS SEHVICK I rnnwrn T
City and C. D. & M. Cars Couldn't
Run Wednesday Evening.
The ,city niul interm-ban railw.iv
service was almost completely
Mopped for several liours Wednes
day afternoon and ovoning by iho
lino bding struck hy lightning at
Craddock station nqar Delaware. A
few insulators overo destroyed at
tlte local station and considerable
disadvantage was experienced, i
Final Sale of Millinery
You con luy cholco of Mrs. Beck
ett trimmed Hats for $1.98.
This sale commences Friday morn
ing at 8 o'clock.
MU3. M. BECKETT,
It .Warner &. Edwards Block.
Attractive Prices on
Ladies' Slccveloss Vests 5c
Ladies' Union Suits ....25c
OorBut Girdles with Hoso
Bupportors attached. . 25c
Men's 25c Underwear.. 10c
Man's 50c Undcrwoar .,30c
Mtn'B Ncgllgco Shirts. Largo
line to solocb from at $1.00
Choice line of Men's Neck
wear at 25c
WEST CENTER STREET.
mi i - ' TT aa M
To rjo away on a vacation and
not be comfortably clothed, is far
worso than being comfortably
clothed and nt going away.
It costs but little to select a
complete vacation outfit here,
and you have the assurance of
correct styles and perfoct work
manship. OUTING SUITS $5 AND UP
OUTING TROUSERS.. $2 AND UP
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS.. 50c AND UP
knUITY Ul b Ullt.'U
10c AND UP
riiiui unki ui'UU
GAUZE UNDERWEAR 25c AND UP
Miss Flinchbaugh Thanks
Friends for Meddling.
SAYS STORIES ARE FALSE
Did Not Leave Mafion With
Former Telephono Operator States
Worthington Common Policeman
Tihe Mirror is in receipt of a
letter iVom Miss r'loienco Flinch
baugh, the fonmer telephone opera
tor who loft tlio city bcveral weeks
agu. Sho eamo buck a few days
ago and deifies the report that sho
had been iu the company of Police
In justice to Misa Flinchbaugh.
her letter is given below:
Mr. Editor: fcinco I have created
a sensation through the leport that
1 eloped with Captain A. T. Wor
thington, 1 am very harry to an
nounce to Iho people of Marion
who have been feo busy attending
to my affairs, dhat 1 was in the
Capital dity and camo home with
my uncle, W. A. Albright, on
I regret to say I had been visit
ing with friends instead of elop
ing with a common policeman. I
would rather have eloped with a
higher olllcial or somo more prom
inent citizen. I 'hojMj the people of
Marion will now nottlo down land
in case they want to know any
more of my affairs tbjy may call
mc over the phono at any time
when I am at leisure and I will
enlighten them. In legard to the
infamous lies in mst night's pa
pew, I positively deny them again.
Thanking them very much for at
tending to my affairs in my absence
I am. Yours truly
FLOH ENCE FLINCIIH AUGH .
There la more Catarrh In this sec
tion of tho country than nil otner
d I Beanos put together, ond until tho
last fow years was supposod to bo
Incurable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced It i local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and by
constantly falling to euro with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to bo a
constitutional disease and thoroforo
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarh Curo, manufactured by
P. J. Chonoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
Is tho only constitutional curo on tho
market. It Is taken Internally In
doses from 10 drops to a tcaspoonful.
It acts directly on the tlood and mu
cous suriace or mo rystcm. 'iiioy
offer one hundred dollars for any case
It falls to curo. Send for circulars
Address, P. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 7Gc.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation, i - ri
The really good golfer, Indeed, Is
not so much the product of excep
tional skill as of a finely blended na
ture, which always hugs tho sunny
slue of the wall, married to a relative
ly high proportion of golfing science.
IS NO MORE
Hcalor and Associates
Have Left Town.
PATIENTS OUT MONEY
Jacob Lichtcnborgor Says he
Gave Healer $ioo
The Phenomenon Was to Cure Mrs.
Llchtenbergcr but Failed to do it
Husband Sees the Mayor.
The "Boy phenomenon," tho mag
netic wonder has taken his depar
ture from till city. Ho left 'Tuesday
at midnight or parts unknown. Was
ho a fakir? 1 hat Is a question which
is now botlnrlna. thoso who had deal
ings with tho phenomenon. It Is
stated that he succeeded at tho last
moment in corralling n number of
Juicy 1100 bills which patients had
given hlra In udvanco for treatment.
Yesterday evening Jacob Lichtcn
borgor, of seen miles south
of the city, appeared at the
mayor's office und Informed tho may
or that ho had given tho "Phenom
enon" a cheek for $100 but n fow days
ago. Tho 'itignctlc healer Vas to
cure Mrs. i.tehtcnbcrgor In return for
tho hundred. Llchtenbergcr declared
that his wlfo received one treatment,
not doing iic nny good, and that ho
Is out 100 plunks. Upon Investigation
tho police Jlscovered that there aro a
number of pntirnts vVj wero robbed
In tho samo manner.
Tho "Boy Phenomenon" with his
two assistants mado their headquart
ers nt the Mtjrstlc hoto' and wero In
the city about two months. Hun
dreds of patients took treatment and
many claimed to have been cured.
However, It Is said that 75 per cent,
of the patlon's wero not benefited by
tho touch of tho "Phenomenon."
Tho compmy consisted of J. T.
Keith, tho boy himself, I. L. Sher
man, managur, and E S. (McCoskcy,
physician nnl treasurer. When thoy
left tho hotel Tuesday night, ,thoy
were asked where they would next
mnko their headquarters, but they
rofuscd to glvo a dotlnlte reply.
The pollco will make an effort to
locate tho doctors nnd compel them
to effect a sattlomcnt with tho much
Imposed ;po;i patients.
CHRISTAIN SHOULD BE
NAME OF ALL CHURCHES
Evangelist Brooks Says God
Has Ordered it.
Gives Sermon at Central Uhri Btian
Revival, Wednesday Night
The sermon nt tho Central Christian
Church rcvt.tl last' night wna "What's
In a Name?" Evangelist Brooks bald
"Evoryihln,; In nature must bo
named. Tho botanist who discovery
a new plant t'.ust glvo It a name;
tho voyagor ho discovers a now Isl
and must give It a name; tho parents
must namo :no now-born child. It
would seem important that the fol
lowers of Jti 3 Christ should have
Tho Lord nt'ttches great lmportanco
to names. We II nd In tho records
of tho old tr.stamcnt, this fact em
phasized. Ar'aham, Esau, Jacob,
Moses and lurrol all are names with
a moaning, we recognize a certain
Importance tn r.mes. Wo hand them
down to our children. I have a pe
culiar name. Brother Arthur calls mo
Bill, my mother calls mo Willie, my
father alwiys called me Will, and my
grandfather colled me Billy; my
friends aomet'mes call mo William
and my wlfo frequently cals me Mil
llous. All this becauso somebody
away down the family tree had that
"Men catiT't ramo the church. Thoy
have tried thj't and have divided tho
church into nearly 200 divisions.
Thoro Is ono nsm.0 that Is given in
tho word of God for us to wear. It
is a common namo for all bollovers
in Jesus to wear. I beltovo that a
plain review of tho scripture. will set
tle the point for 'us foreveri' Surely
wo aro willing to follow tho direc
tion of tho word of God.
"The namo was first given at An
tloch. Acts 11;26 reads "Then do
partod Barnabas to Tarsurs for to
seek Paul and when ho had found
him ho brought him to Antloch. And
It came to rBBS that for a whole
year they nsjemblpd themBelvccs with
the church nnd taught much people,
and the dlactoleB wero called Chris
tians first tit Antloch " John 17:11
easy, "Holy Father keep them in thy
name whlph thou hast given mo,
AlKiut in rty"Mn,.Uip-wool fans went
ovpr to Mn'isfleld today to witness
the double 1 indent bet wen tho Lime
Burners and tho Tigers,
DAILY MIRKOR, THURSDAY, JULY
1 ft "'fmmtjmmimmmamMmmmmmmmmmmmammtn
that thoy nny bo ono as wo arc.
Acts 26:28 jhoVB what Paul was try
ing to mako in tho passage "Then
Agrlppa said unto Paul, with but lit
tle persuasion, thou wouldst fain
mako mo a Christian."
Wo find wc must oven suffer for
this nmo, -rather than glvo it up.
We must wiar tlda name and nono
other; wo m.ist not tako from It
nor add to L, As a pcoplo wo wear
this name, not claiming to bo the
only Christian but Christians only.
Tho wholo religious world should
como to this namo and wear It as
their holy Ulo God given nnd God
Last night .marked tho climax in
interest In tho rovlvnl at tho Cen
tral Christian church. During tho
Invitation song a young man nnd
his wlfo nn.l two gray haired moth
ers camo forwnid to tako tholr statul
for ChrM. i great was tho interest
and so deopl were tho pcoplo moved
that after the benediction wns pro
nounced nno hor young woman camo
In tears nnl penitence to confess
Tho subject of the sermon tonight
Is, "God's toAt In small things."
WEDDING TAKFS PIACE
AT THE SHUSTER HOME
Miss Eva M. Shuster Weds
Harry H. Waterman.
Ceremony is Witnessed by Company
of-so Relatives and Friends -
Rev. Barnard Officiating.
in tho priscnco of a company of
over luty 'datives and intlmato
friends, Mr. Harry II. Waterman,
nnd Miss Em Mabel Shuster wero
Joined In marr'ago at 7:30 o'clock
Wednesday i Jght," at tho homo of
tho bride's parents, Mr. nnd .Mrs.
Albert Shus'u. of Ballnntlnc avenue.
Tho ccremo-iy Vns performed by Bov.
Gcorgo B. Bt.ir.urd, of tho Free Dap-
tlst church. The homo was decorated
with sweet tqus, Tho bride entered
tho parlors, uccompanled by Miss
Nellie Shuster, ..bridesmaid, an Miss
Edna Hcdrick played Mendelssohn's
wedding march, 'In"frcnt of a largo,
bank of pnlms, tho groom, accom
panied by hi best irnn, Harry L.
Ramer, mot the brldo nnd tho cere
mony was. po-formed.
Tho brldo wnc gowned In Vvhlto silk
and carried whlte.rqscs, Tho brldo's
maid woro lavender and white orgnn
dlo and carried roses,.
Alter mo congrntu ations had been
showered up.ni thDjiappy couplo, an
elabornto weddlng'supper was served.
rTho brldo's .able was decorated with
roses and mllax.
Mr. nnd Mr.. Wntorraan aro both
popular you-jg people and have the
best wishes of a host of friends.
Thoy left la.o last nlfht for a wed
dln tour thrush tho east.
ANOTHFR BOND ISSUE MONDAY
City Auditor Will Sell $2,500
Worth for Crosswalks
On next Mi.nday, $2,500 worth of
city bonds will be hold at the offlco of
tho city nudltor to pay for tho con-
Buutuuu 01 aiono cross-waiKs 111 var
ious sections of the city. Tho Board
of Public Scrvlco has spent about
13,000 this ear laying croBs walks
and It wljl be necessary to spend nt
least that amount additional beforo
tho city Is pioperly supplied. On
many of the stiects, considerable In
convenlenco lias been experienced dur
ing bad weather because of tho lack
of crossings, nnd tiie-merrbers of tho
board are t.termlned to have tho
work compktod before winter.
All of the rroBB walks ordered by
tho board thli spring have been com
pleted. GIVES CD.fi M. WEEK
TO IMPROVE SERVICE
People Between Columbus
and Worthington Kick.
Not Enough Cars Run During Busy
Hours'-Is Taken Before State
Unlebs officials of," tho Columbus.
Delaware and Mnriou- "traction line
roach on agreement,,, in one week
with di-viutiified patrons between
Columbc tuid Wuitfilhgton, logaixl
ing tho ben-ice to bS furnished for
mal complaint will lio. Hied with tho
atato niilroad commission ugainst
Yesterday laf,tornoon representa
tives of the patious1, headed by
P. L, Dickey, president of the
Northern Savings bank," appeared
befofo tho 4mndsslonj declaring
Unit not enough cars-wera run dur
ing .tho busy liuunb and that tho
schedule- waa nofc maintni.icd' so
that passengers could know wnen
to expect a car.
General I'nenger.Apcnt Neerea
me'r is to rotifer wit lather ofhinls
in nn effcirt to rrnolNan nljiiatmenl
In tho timo allowed ,by tho commis-
Young People Entertained at
Hostcsscss are Misses Lcff
lor ann Morgauthalor.
Lawn of Leffler Home 1b Beautifully
Decorated and all Appointments
are Complete Social Nows.
Honoring their guest, Miss Irma
Lelbold. of Columbus and (Miss Tod
Kwis of Flndl.iy, Miss Hazel Lefflor j
and Miss Olga Morguiithnlor enter
tained at A garden party at the
homo of tho former on South Green
wood street Wednesday evening, Tho
affair proved p. most delightful func
tion and tho hoBtcssoo received many
compliments from their guests.
Tho BpuckJis lawn nt tho Leffler
homo wns nicely decorated ior tho
occasion wlih Japanese lanterns!
lawn swlng3, end cozy corners. Tho
guests wero 'received at S o'clock
nnd tho ovcilng wns pleasantly pass
ed with music nnd various social
amusements. Punch was served from
a cool noo! in n corner of tho
yard during tho evening. (A conclud
ing featuro was an excellent lunch
The guoit list was Miss Irma
Lelbold, of Columbus; Miss Todd
Kwls, of y'lmPny; Miss Carr, of
Dayton; Mldtfca Amy Tumor, Ruth
Fisher, Ttosalle Strelltz, Flosslo
Shitrz, Bonnie Plnyard, Hclon Knapp,
Dora Nash, 'ulu Bland, Nlnn O'Daf
fcr, Mildred Pombnugh. Hilda Garber
bon, Margut-.to Krnusp, Stella Ev
ans, Mildred Love, Hnzc, Taylor, Hol
011 Rosonbo.v. Lilllnn Burgess, Hnt
tlo May Woirord, Glen Mouacr, Ronja
Hofstottcr, Mnr'orlo BnBtablc, Hazol
Leppcr, Clara and Mnbel Lefflor,
Esther Neel;y, Clco Swcnoy. Mnudo
Thompson, Murjorio Hamilton, Donna
uuui unsancr, Annn Scliopnlnub,
Graco Kelly, Murgucrlto Klrchnor,
Emma O'Brien, Hazel Harvey, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Hnbcimnn, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ernst Cn-1, Mr. and Mrs. Rod
ney Rccso, uml Messrs. Horaco Burns,
John KraiiBo, Kmcrson Schoonlnub,
John Sells. C'lTord nnd Harry GUIott,
Clifford Harvey, Bert Pnschnll, God
frey Lcflcr, Clifton Tldd. Lowell Guth
ery, James Woods, Hnrty Loyo, John
Fairbanks, G.orgo Clark, Fred CInrk,
CaBS Ireland, Raymond King, Stan
ley Strayor, Malcolm Strolltz, Oswold
Wollcnwobor, Emerson Robs, Luray
Mouser, JTIoyl BonBloy, Harry Mason,
Walter Eckfclt, Georgo Foye. John
Snrgent, Fred Haberman. Euceno
Y. M. C. A.
Young's volley bnll team was
outclassed last night by Fies.' ng-
July's Interesting Specials For
should awaken the interest of every woman in search of a
Waists and Shirt Waist Suits
Not a few of these are new and prettily made goods and at these prices
should sell at once.
$1.60 waist or Bult 86c 4,00 waist or suit .. $2.80 ' $7.50 waist or suit ..$4,79
$3.00 waist or suit ..$1.79 $6.00 waist or suit ....$2.08 t10.00 waist or suit ..$6.98
coats. Thcso prices should make
theso gannonta oagerly
$3.60 H. Petticoats $1.98
$3.75 H.-Petticoat,. $2.23
Inveat in a little cool com
fort Friday and Saturday. '
66c Kimona , , 30c
76c Kimona ......... 47c
$1.00 Kimona ....... GQo
$1.60 long Kimona ..87c
J: P3. IXJlDvVIO
grogation tho latter eajJily taking
two out of three games. Tho occa
sion was tho regular weekly meet
of tho Y. M. C. A. summer vol
ley ball league. Scores Young
18-10-14. Itfoa 3-18-18.
A mooting tho baso ball fans
will be ihcld in Hio association par
lors, Friday evening for the pur
pose of completing tho organisa
tion of several matcur leagues.
Tho Y. M. C. A. mechanical
itivtwi'ng class 'will hold an import
ant meeting in tho class rooms to
night. A full nttendatico is desired.
Th o bitsJnosB men's nmatcur
volley liall lcaguo will hold Ha
weekly practice in tho Y. M. C.
A. gym. tonight.
MARION HORSE ON
TRACKS AT COLUMBUS
Oliver Mooro is in Training
.at tho Capital City.
Trotter of Coonrod & Abel Is Being
Shaped up for Grand Circuit
Has Bright Prospects.
Sovcn horses now In training nt tho
Columbus track aro considered by
tholr handlern to bo near enough
form to warrant a start at Detroit
week after 119.1t at tho mooting which
opens tho Grand circuit campaign.
Six of tho lot nro pacers. Thoy
aro Major Mallow, Mokotubc, Eudora,
Roclna. Gra'.t and Judge Wilson. Tho
pne trotter Is tho sturdy going Ollvor
Moore, owned ny auoi anu oomuu,
As is concrally known, .Major Mal
low has an ongagement In the Cham
ber of Commuted stake, but It Is rath
er probable ih.V Wirt Mallow will be
cheated out of his ambition to pilot
this son of Hex Elder In tho classic
race. .Mr. Mrllow Is still 111 at IiIb
homo In Washington, C H., and Les
ter Murphy Is working tho horse.
Hopples uero put on Major Mallow
yestorday .inl ho went threo nice
miles In 2:10, 2:09 1-2 and 2:09.
Wealing the stnps Is nothing now
for him as liny wero In uso last year.
Admirers of the horse flguro him to
stand Mime chance In the rnco and
can't sco wiiero ho will bo back of
third at tho worst. The Gcers' entry,
whether It hi William O., or Dan S.,
comes In fox' much consideration, as
doos Jerry O., tho cntty of "Long
Shot" Cox. Ohio Stato Journal.
Oliver Mooro has many followers in
this city, who expect tho trotter to
mako a grc.it showing on tho grand
circuit. Tho horse was wintered hero,
but has bcc.i In training this spring
nt the Columbus track.
GET THE CASH HABIT
IT'S II RARE CHANCE
that wo aro offering you in
leather BhJo in stock at a big
Oxford you may buy a shoo
Como oarly and ofttn
forcing of Bales hero, and it
NEW YORK ,STRE
FRIDHY and SATURDAY
values from our Ready-to-Wear Dept
In this assortment you'll
find tho plain, 'mbroldncd
and self trimmed effects.
All marked at cloir'nco prico
$1.50 Wash Skirt,... 90c
$2.25 Wash Skirt.! $1.65
$3.50 WaBh Skirt.. $1.05
$5.00 Wash Skirt.. $2.00
$0.75 Woeh Skirt.. $3.00
Ono lot of undormuslins
consisting of Gowns, Drawera
Skirts Chomiscs and Oorsot
Covers left over from our
last solo to bo closod out
ONE HALr PRICE
Tho Warnor & Edwards Store
In the Room
During this July Bale we are
selling tho rich Medallion
Patterns In a splendid qual-
itv of Brussels 8-3x10 0
$13.00 at ..
Tho popular 0x12
Brussels in Bmall
patterns and tho
centers worth to
day $10.00 at ..
Ingrains and Velvet
If you aro contemplating
RUGS, Oarpots Linoleum
Shades, Curtains In fact any
furnishings mako your selec
tions now and savo tho dlf
l'oroncc in prico.
ARRANGE FOR PICNIC
Harmonie Society Meets with Mrs.
A. A. Gottschall. Wednesday
The Hurmotijo society of the
Evangelical Salem church met
Wednesday nftornoon with Jlrs.
Aj. A. Gottschall of Rist Cojitcr
Htieot. Thero was a largo attend
nnco and the lime nvos spent most
enjoynbly in social diversions. Ar
liangoments were made for a pic
nic to- bo Jield on tho twenty, foui-th
of; this month. Thoy will next
meet 'at the Jiome of Mrs. Hit
tcnrntich 011 Mt. Vernon Avenue
in two weeks.
NO SHOES RESERVED.
Shoes for the next 10 days. Any
cut in prico. If you don't want an
at tho samo roductlon.
and bring tho wholo family. No
is no troublb to g;t your money
OHAS. M. LAJNDON & GO.
Ono lot 76c Coridt Covers
now marked , 30c
,i Ono lot Ladles' 6O0 Draw
' ors all sizes now marked 29c
Ono lot Children's 20c
Drawora all elzos now mark
ed 12 l-2o
All colors in cloth Panama
and fancy effects. Make
your cholco now whllo at
' $6.50 Dress Skirt.. $3.85
$8.50 Dross Skirt,, $4.90
$10.00 Dress Skirt.. $5.96
$12.50 Dress Skirt.. $7,46
$15.00 Dross Skirt.. $8.45
Irt.. $8.45 m
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