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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, IltlDAY, AUGUST 2, 1007.
For the Annual Lodge E n
PROTECTED D01E CIRCLE
Will Meet Tonight in Red
Mr. George Neely Is IUected LCuIef
Forester by the Modern Woodmen
Jlonorlng Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ack
eiman, Mrs. X. Hennnii, Mis. (Jcorgo
iDlum and Mr. .Morris Lcdcrmnn, tlio
Dontcher Uund nnd Druids entertained
lil the hall of the former Thursday
nlKht. The HlTnlr was a farewell for
tho guests of honor who will leavo
Hhorlly for n trip abroad.
Ed. Martin, of Upper Sandusky,
rendered a number of violin boIos
nnd several musical numbers wcro
contributed by members of both so
rlctles. Hlnborato refreshments wero
served, after which Fred Isslleb act-
made by a number of tho prominent
members ana each or tno guests 01
honor were called upon for remarks.
T.ho affair was cine of the most pleas
ant given In lodge circles this season.
The Uniform Rank, Knights oE
Pythias, met last night mid made
preliminary arrangements for tho
annual encampment of the lodge,
which it h planned to hold soino
lime the latter "part of this month.
The member pi .in to go into camp
cither nt Johnson's Island or Buck
eye Lake, nnd will spend about ten
days at whichever placo is decided
At the next meeting of tho lodge
the plnco of holding the enenmp
nient will ho chosen and complete
arrangements- made for the outing.
It Is expected that the entire mem
bership will attend the encampment.
Thero was 11 well attended meeting
of 'tho Modern Woodmen, Thursday
evening. After tho regular business
of Iho lodge wns transacted, arrange
ments were niildo for nn Ico cream so
cial to bo held August 15 In the lodge
hall. The officers desire n largo
attendance nt tho next meeting nn Im
portant business will be transacted.
At tho meeting, Thursday evening,
fleorgo Neely was elected chief For
ester. Tho members of tho lodge aro
planning to orgnnlzo n now degree
stair In tho near future nnd will dis
cuss tho matter at tho meeting In
Marion Idge, B. P. 0. H., met
JasJ niuhl with n. large nllendnnco.
Aside from Iransoeting routine bus?
ness the lodgo decided to initiate a
class of six nnmlidnlfl nt two re.
Kpectivo meetings, nfler -which- Hie
Sanson's work will be closed with
n slag banquet.
Marlon Lodgo No. 421 of Pathfind
ers held n well attended meeting Inst
qvonlng, at which tlmo considerable
Important business wns transacted.
4Two candidates wcro balloted on and
arrangements wore mndo for holding
an Ice cream, social next Thursday
evening nt tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry 'JCokela, 011 York' street.
The Protected Homo Circle will
hold nn open meeting in tho Red
Men's hall. Friday ovonlng. Tleketn
will be hold nf tho meeting nnd the
holder of tho lucky 0110 will win it
splendid piano. Rvery one who dc
BlrcH Is Invited to attend. '
are arriving. They're
ripe and sweet.
A full vegetable display.
Cherries and berries for
F. J. LUSCH
I.B. Cor. Btati Be CcnUr 8ta.
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VnysIdc I id bo N. 'l 'f tho Odd
ri'Jlows met .Thursday evening; with
a ritlr attendance Routine business
Initiatory work will bo put on nt
the meetlnR of the Fraternnl Censer
this evening. A large nttendnnce Is
The Knight of St. John met
last night nnd nl tended to routine
Troubles in iKorea Keeps up
and American Consulate
iSeoul, Korea, Aug. 2. Rioting,
nnd street lighting were resumed nt
daybreak today. A demand by the
Japanese cavalry at Little West
Onto Barracks for itic surrender of
Korean soldiers' supplies started
the trouble. Tho Koreans were fi
nally driven into their quarters by
heavy tiro from the lower hates.
Machine guns were then brought
into play by the Japanese, and Oon,
Okn.iki, with 1 enforcements, in
vested nil the buildings. Todny a
guard of Japanese was thrown
nhouf tho American consulate. In
the fighting ycslordnv (10 Koreans
nnd -10 Japs wore killed.
Magills are Indicted
the Murder of Pet
Clinton. 111.. Am. 2. -Fred Mji-
gill and his bride. Fnyc (Irnhnin
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jury which reported today on the
charges of murdering Mngill's first
wife. Two true bills were returned
ngainst each. In the bill against
Magill nie the following counts:
Administering strychnine, ndmin
isteiing arsenic, smothering with 9
blanket, entering suicide pact nnd
withdrawing, and causing death
by some means unknown to jury.
Body of Child Supposed t(
Be Kidnapped is
Chicago. Ills.. Auir. 2. The liodv
of Grctcher Rhode, aged six, who dis
appeared from her homo Monday und
wns thought to linvo been kldnnnnod
was found nt tho bottom of Lake
Michigan at tho foot of Indiana street
tins morning. There Is n posslbllty
that tho child may have been mur
dered and thrown Into the lake to
avert suspicion being Investigated.
STARTLING EXPOSURES TO
BE MADE BY COMMISSION
Ileach 'Haven. N. .1.. Amr 9
Cheeks for largo sums of money
that wero sent to certain political
bosses of Pennsylvania bv favored
contractors who defrauded tho com
monwealth In the state hottso robbery
have been located by tho canltol' In
vestigation commission nnd will bo
referred to a final report to Governor
Stuart, which Is being prepared hero.
Names of Republican lenders con
cerned nro known to tho probers and
will bo mndo public, 1
6hows Growth of New York,
Publlo receipts und expenditures of
Now York city have Increased In tho
last four years in an cuiuunt equal to
$102,000 each day.
Fence the Garden
With Lamb Poultry
LASTS FOR YEARS.
48 in. 9c yd. 60 in. 10c yd
Will be Used by Searching
C,-1 Mil !1 .
SEvEKAl! Ml CONFIDENT
They Saw Miss Black South
Posse Yesterday Found not a
Single Clew That Will Aid in
Finding Missing Woman.
Practically nothing new has been
disclosed by the searching p.irties
which have from day to day been
following the trail of Miss N. A.
HliK'k, the mentally dornnged pa
tient who wandered nwny from the
Sawyer" Sanatorium Monday night.
As tho days go by Iho S.initorium
ifilcinls 1 online more and more what
1 horrible condition of affairs ex
'st. Despite the fael that a posse
'leaded by Dr. Adair of tho Sani
crium, Mayor .Scherff nnd fivo po
icemen searched tho country in n
liorougli manner south of the city
rimraday. no direct trace Of the
nst woman could be found.
Upon leaving the city earlv
fhiirsdav morning the searching
larty determined to leave no stone
inturned and no supposition nnin
ostigated that might help to locate
ho patient. Ry inquiry tliey learned
hat the woman unmistakably had
'ollowed tho Delaware pike until
he reached the road running east
last the Noidliardl and Kersey
'nnn.f. Mrs. Kersey and her son
'nformed the party' Hint they had
ecu n woman answering that de
cription hurrying along (he road
arly Tuesday morning. This wns
he last (race, however, in this .1!
ection, that the searcher. could
On the Adam Neidhnrdt farm,
icar the place where Mrs. Kersey
ast taw the woman, there stands
111 old barn and near it a log cabin,
n the end of Hie barn, opposite the
ond, is a hole leading from the
jtouiid directly into the linvinnw.
ionic people are of the opinion that
ho woman hid in Hie haymow of
his bnni and the next day wns
overcd with hay which the Neid
inrdts wero harvesting. Mr. Shroiit
vho U almost totnllv deaf, work'ed
11 Hie mow TuoMlay, and had the
voman given vent to anv smother-
ng sounds, he would not have hoard
J hem. It is probable that if it
omos In the point whore Iho senroli
rs will hunt for a bodv instead of
living person, tho hay in the mow
vill be icmoved nnd n thorough
enroll made there.
Another clue which tho 'searching
inrty investigated was the nno fur-
lhlied by tho Khas Wolllngcr fnm
ly, residing about n quarter of n
uilo off the Delaware pike. Difl'er-
nt members ol the family claim to
mvo seen a woman run wildly
icioss the load and enter a dense
hickel located on the south side of
lie road near their home. The
liickot was searched as thorouir'i'
is possible, but it is mj dense that
t is nlnicfit impossible for a man
0 enter it otherwise than on his
muds and knees.
The Sanitoriuin physicians: nro
nelincd to think that the woman is
ying in some secluded place in an
xhausled condition, as tliey believe
'hat her physical condition wns not
iiuleienlly strong to stand any
neat exertion. If this is the case,
diould a senrehing party pass witli
n several feet of hor hiding plnco,
ho would not ho 'nblo to cry for
The sister of tho patient Just or
Miing sent to Dayion for blood
''oiiiids. Thoy will nrrivo here, todny
Mid will bo immediately -plneed o'n
'he trail. All hough it Fins boon
hree day iu four nights since tho
inlient Avandered nwny, and tho
mil will prr.bnblv bo too ol.l fr
ho dogs to follow, it is lho.iiglit.liY
,'couling th l)ie 1flgs i j))0 n.iRj;,
lJ"nl wlWSllfu.nlrikrain fresh inj,.
iho nopplfti of.i.Uio entire city Of
Marion mro watching with great
niniely tho developments of the
ncidont. A lnrge pnrtv of scarch--m
loft ngain (his inorning nnd
will spend tho day scouring the
southern part of' tho township.
BOILER EXPLOSION KILLS
MAN AT COSHOCTON TODAY
Coshocton, n AncJ o m t
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rnimor. entrlnpnf wne rnir.ii.. i,...
nnd Georgo Rest was seriously hurt
" niu uxiiiouing or n iiouor of n
...iwpiniiti 11KH.11MIU near nero loiiay.
I Mon'a heavy double aojed allocs for
11,60 nt Reatty & Long's,
One of the most briliinnt socinl
events in which the younger social
set has. participated, was the gar
den party given Inst night by Mistf
Marguerite Kranso at her liomd on
South State street.
The nffiiir was given in honor of
Miss Marie Kertenstoin of Colum
bus and Miss Martha Curli4 of
Delawore, who nre house guests of
Tlie sjiocions grounds surround
ing tho Krause home were nttract
ively arranged with Japanese lan
terns arranged in festoons. Tho
guests, nlmost one hundred irt num
ber, were received by Miss Krnuso
and the' Misses Iferlcnstein and
Curtis. The evenihg wns spent wit'
music and social intermingling.
Elaborate refreshments were serv
The guesta from n distance wero:
Miss Elizabeth Hopkins and Miss
Wells, of D.envnie; Miss Hopkins,
of Chicago Miss May Tliomnni of
Columbus; 'Mis, Schilder, of Chilli
col ho; Miss Marv llonnvin, of Co
lumbus, nnd Mr.' Robert Colin, of
At her homo on nhilnn Avonno.
Mrs. James Fles delightfully enter
tained tho members of the Stitchers'
club und several guests with a miscel
laneous showor honoring (Miss Mnv
Gump, who will, this month, weilifr.
The hostess, assisted bv Mra. w .1.
Redman who presided nt tln mmr-ii
bowl during tho evening.
As a result of nu lnterestlne ciipsh.
Illg contest, MISS Alma Render nml
Miss Annbello Myers won the honors.
Iho evening was pleasantly whlled
nway socially. At ten nVinoi- nn.i
elegant courso luncheon was served,
covers Doing laid for twenty-tlvo.
Tho guest of honor received a good
ly number of pretty and useful pres
ents. The gift of the club members
wns n beautiful pedestal.
Tho OUt Of town ctinstn-u'nro Arloa
Anna Myers, of Hamster, nnd miko
Annnbello Myers of I.nRue.
The missionary society of Calvary
Evangelical eliuu-h held its regu
lar monthly busings meeting at the
church parlon,vjoterday atternoon.
The attendance vns vevy large.
Aside from coii'dering the monthly
business, a shirt, pitilse .scrvico was
conducted. It w,i. decided to post
pone the nillj iervice, which wns
to have been held' yesterday, until
the last Thurday-'in August, when
it will he held ul'tljo home of Mrs.
John Klinefelter.rif East Churc.'t
The Ladies' Aid' society of Sa
lem's EvniigelicaKhurch ' held 11.
well attended meeting at the home
of Mrs. Ferdinand" ' Hausinger of
South Main trodi'f yesterday nftor
noon. Aside frorirr transacting the
regular routine business, plans were
laid for holding the twenty-fifth nn
nlversary exercises' of the society
on Nenvember 17;' "
Judge and Mrs. B. G. Young of
Delaware nvenuo fiiilertoined a small
company of gentlemen Inst night in
honor of Mrs. Young's brother,
Mr. IrnS. Jrey 'of San Diego. Ce'-
ifornia. A sevcn'o'clock dinner was
served, after uhhjIfUlw evening was
spent at card. .
The guests wero; Messrs. George
R. Scoflehl, rhnrle Dee, D. O.
Woolcs, T. I!. Allen, Victor Dom
bnngb. Goorev Christian, Jr.. Geo.
Van Fleet, Fnd" Rfchgel and D. R.
Tho G. R. (' S. met last evening
with Miss Kay Vpod, or Pleasant
street, as hostess. Thero was n
good attendance of "tho, membership.
Miss Jeanette Woodhhd Miss Rose
Moyor were the only ,iruests of tho
club In attendance1'
Tho early part of tho evening was
spent In cooking after which n busi
ness session was hold.
Tho noxt meeting, will ho hold tho
first Thursday ovonlng 'In September
nt the home of Mrs. Thatcher, of
North Greenwood street with MB9
Hilda Panghorn aBjiostoss.
FIGHT TO '
That's What. Foraker Will
Do With Taft, Say
S.mdusky, Ohio:, 'Aug-, 2. -After
visiting tho SnldiorsMIoraa horo to
day, Senator ForakoV went to Co
dor Point to attend tho legislative
reunion. To friends, who talked
about tho presidential fight, Vornkor
said his fight ng'niiiijt' Taft would
go on to tuo uittei" ena,
Erie Road Takes Commend
PLEASED Willi RULING
Of the Interstate Commerce
Decision Seems to Give Great Satis
faction Among Independent Coal
Operators -Railroad News.
Independent coal operators of the
Hocking Valley yesterday expressed
great satisfaction at the decision of
the Interstate commerce commission
In the car distribution case brought
ngainst the Hocking Valley railroad.
Under this decision all cars enter
ing a district must be counted In
tho quota of that district and the cars
distributed to the shippers on this
basis. One of tho principal effects of
the decision will bo to make railroad
companies pay higher prices for their
coal. In the past when a railroad's
cars wero not counted In the distri
bution many of the companies In
slack times, or when cars were scarcu
would take railroad business at a low
rato ns the cars sent for this coal
were not counted ngainst the coal
company. It wns for this reason that
railroads have .been able to secure
much more favorable contracts with
coal companies than the private pur
chaser, but now that the railroad cars
must bo cOuntcd, there will be no
Incentive to go after railroad business
nnd It will be on the same level as
One featuro of the case not touched
upon In the synopsis of tho decision
given out by the commission was the
alleged diverting of cars from tho
Hocking Valley district to Kanawha
nnd Michigan points when tho oper
ators In tho former district were un
able to operate mines because of a
lack of cars. It Is thought that this
will be covered In the mmnlntn .lnni.
jslon, which will soon ho made public.
The Ohio Oil company's special
train passed through the city, this
morning. The train was composed of
threo coaches and ns many baggage
cars. Tho oil workers were enrouto
from Lima to Mansfield. Knglnes
were changed nt tho local yards, but
no stop was made at tho station.
illnward. Relchcr, or Raker street,
left today for Redding, Pennsylvania,
where he will accept a position as
ticket agent for tho Pennsylvania
Illg Four train No. 5 brought the
advance ear- of tho John Robinson
circus to this city last evening.
Tho elicits will show here August
Henry J.obcr. fireman at ho Frio
gas house, Is off duty today on ac
count of sickness.
W. H. Henderson, assistant train
master, of the Pennsylvania road,
With hondnuorters at Columbus, w.mh
a visitor In the local yards today.
European Powers Plan to get
Vengence ai?d Subdue
Pat is, Aug;. 2. Combined action
of the powers ngainst Morocco wit
probably be the oiitcojno of an at
tempt to start a holy war to drive
out all rVmMgnors and I he outbreak
at Casablanca, in which nt least 12
Kuropeuns nro known to havo been
killed. .It is stnted that (hero has
boon nn cxchango of note-, between
Franco, Italy and Spain, whoe ub
,ipts wove vijatJnujjjC the Cnsablon
co. oulrnge.reulrjnffrinfa complele
uuderstniwinfr.S' f lie vhrcttjovern
menls "nsrcoin'g- upon llincflawHy
of not onlv avenging- llio liylfilors,
but to definitely restore order
JANITOR IS SUSPECTED
OF TAKING A BIG ROLL
iPlttshurg, Pa., Aug. 2. Up until
late today, no further light "had been
thrown on tho disappearance of a
sum of money from tho Turtle Creole
National bank, which wnB stolon last
night, and which resulted in tho de
tention of Thomas Jordan, a negro
Janitor. Tho exact sum taken was
Cashier Carroll admitted tho rcspon-
sljillty and said that he would mnko
good tho loss,
Meet us face to face.
Women's $2 Patent Kid Bluchor Oxfords $1 29
Men's $2 50 Patent Now Toe Blucher Oxfords $1.85
Men's $1.65 Kid Bluchor Oxfords $1.19
Oxfords for boys and girls at sacrifice s'alp prices,
BEATTY & LONG,
AND FIVE DIE
Almost Two Families Si-k
to Death in Des Moines
Ottumwn, Iowa, Aug. 2. William
H. Powell and his wife and son
Halllc. Mrs. .1. S. Stevens and her
baby, were drowned last night by tho
capsizing of n lauti"h In the Dos
Moines river. The engine broke down
and tho boat upset.
Local Police Looking For Girl From
G. H. I.
Mayor Scherff received a telephone
message this afternoon from the au
thorities at the Girls Indust
rial Home at Delaware, Ohio, inform
ing him to Instruct the local police to
be on the lookout for an escaped in
mate. Tho girl left the home early
this morning and was seen to board
an Interurhan car at Powell, supposed
ly Ixiund for this city. I.ate this af
ternon the police had gained no trace
of the convict."
Will now be Rnshed Along
Four Carloads of Steel Ralls Arrive
in Bucyrus for the Interur
Four car loads of steel rails for
the Columbus, Marion & Bucyru
electric railway company have ar
rived at Bucyrus and are now in
the Toledo & Ohio Centr.il yard-.,
leady for unloading. This i the
llrst lot of rail to lie received here
by this company and they will un
doubtedly be unloaded heie a ml
stoied until the grading is complet
ed to such an extent that they can
bo used. The rails are very heavy
and give an idea of the general line
quality of material which U ( be
used on tho Marion-Bucyrus line.
The foice of workmen, camped
on the Marion mad a short distance
from this- city, is progressing as
rapidly as possible with the grading
but the work has been delayed
through lack of men and teams.
Contractors in all lines have suffer
ed through inability to piT'iire
enough labor, and with everybody
busy, it is a very hard matter to
secure men. Harvest time coming
on complicates the situation, ns the
farmer, nre offoring good wages to
bauds and there is a general scar
city all around. Teams are just as
hard to get and are needed even
wrirse than more men. The woik is
progressing fniily well at the pres
ent time and as soon as more teams
nre available it will go willi n rush.
Wealth and Generosity.
Orent wealth Is a nilafoitune, be
cause It makes generosity Impossible.
There can be no generosity whoie
there Is uo sacrifice; and u man who
Is worth a million of dollars, though
he gives half of It uwuy. uo more
makes a nacrlflco than (If 1 may make
such u supposition) a dropsical man,
whose Bklu holds a hogshead of wa
tei, makes a sacilflce when he lu tap
ped for a barrel. Ho U in a health
lor condition after the operation than
before. Horace Munu.
Roasting Ears Are Here
Also blackberries, cherries, Indiana muskmeions,
fine peaches, celery, nice tomatoes, yellow wax
beans, new beets, any thing you can wish for to
make a good Sunday dinner. Send In your
Wc will treat you RIGHT.
Quick! SnWiiud Sinai!
I'rollt .Hlinemeu ......
BATTLINC NELSON IS NOW
IN HANDS OF HIS DOCTOR
San Kranclsco, August 2. Suffering
from tho sovcre punishment received
nt the hands of Jimmy Rrltt In their
twenty-round fight. Rattling Nelson ih
today attended by n physician. Nel
son's condition Is not serious, but he
is still nt the baths and Is reported
to bo suffering Intensely from the
blows rained upon him by Urilt.
Jimmy Hrlft made the following
statement utter his fight with Battling
Nelson last night: "I have been go
ing around. two years claiming that 1
wns Nelson's muster and not making
nny cry, as Is tho custom of tho de
feated fighters. I bided my time nnd
the results you nee. I never drew n
long breath. 1 am willing to meet any
j-i pound man In the world."
Nelson said: "I have no excuses.
IJrltt fought a god fight, but at that
I think be won In the Inst round, f
think 1 nto too much supper. They
can't sny I went the pace nnd lost.
I did my best."
The .club received .10 per cent, of'
the receipts. Of tho fighters' money.
00 per cent, went to tho winner and
10 to tho loser. The totnl receipts
were in the neighborhood of $2.r.,000.'
Approximately 10,000 persons wit
nessed the fight.
IF IT'S GOOD THINGS TO
EAT, TURNER'S MARKET
CAN SUPPLY THEM.
Fancy Elberta Peaches.
Fancy Ripe Bananas.
Fancy Sweet Oranges.
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes.
Fancy Black Raspberries.
Fancy Red Raspberries.
Fancy Groceries, Tresli
Maats Fancy Wafers and
You c an buy stylish ready
to wear summer goods now
for less than t)h material
alone is worth.
Special values in a choice
line of Misses Skirts cut
from short lengths of tlu
season's best selling clohs,
at about half tho original
Get tickets on tho beauti
ful Waiat or Man's Hat to
be given away freo Aug. 10.
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