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MIRROR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1007.,
MEN'S OUTING SUITS
MEN'S OUFING TROUSERS
CHILIMIH'S WJVSH SUITS
SJRAWfvfer30 '. -
Selection Yet Good'
All ?15.00 Outing Suits
All 13.50 Outing Suits
All 10.00 Outing Suits,
now 0 98
All 8.50 Outing Suits,
All 7.50 Ouling Suits,
All 5.00 Outing Suits
All 5,00 Outing Trousers,
now 3 . 05
All 4.00 Outing Trousers,
All 3.50 Outing Trousers,
AH 3.00 Outing Trousers
All 2.50 Outing Trousers
All 2.00 Outing Trousers
All 3.50 Wash Suits,
All 3.00 Wash Suits,
All 2.50 Wash Suits,
All 2.00 Wash Suits,
now e. 1.38
All 1.50 Wash Suits
All 1.00 Wash Suits,
now - 88c
All 50c Wash Suits, now 38c
ONE-THIRD OFF ON ALL
For Opening of State Camp-Meetings.
COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
onverted Into a Vertible
duty It will- bo to keep a dotalled
record of tho nature and conditions
of all roads tiaveled upon, of the
conditions of the Btreets In tho tow,ns
passed through and of the time con
sumed in covering tho route.
On the basis of this record the
schedules for tho big tour will he
mado out. T'ij car will stap In ev
ery village and town passed through,
but in spite of tho fact that a largo
amount of tlmi will, necessarily oe
consumed. lnrailng . tlferellnliriary
arrangements tor' the' tour, tho path1'
finders expect to experience little difficulty-,
lutooving, tho route In, sched
The car Is expected to arrive In
Marlon bctwean six and seven o'clock
Seventh Day Adventlsts From Over
thi Entire State will be in
Although unfavorable weather con
ditions have sirlously delayed the
work of erecting tents at the state
camp of tho Seventh Day Adventlsts
at the fairgrounds, tho big camp meet
ing Is expectai to open Friday even
ing, as was oi.glnally planned. The
big tent In which tho meetings are
to be held Is not up, but will he
erected In tlnu for the opening services.
The meeting vlll bo oue of the larg
est and most important religious gath
erings ever hoi.t In the city. When
all of the tents are up, the fairgrounds
will present ths appearance of n ver
itable white city. Besides the big
tent In which the services are to bo
held, there will be fully 100 smaller
ones In which the vlsltng Adventlsts
will be housed during their stay here.
Jt had been expected that 1,000 peo
ple from all parts of the state would
be here, but owing to the late har
vest, which 'ill prevent many fam
ilies from attending, and to the gener
ally unfavora'j'o condition of the
weather, Jt Is likely that the attend
ance will fall considerably below that
Prominent A''ventlst preachers
from all parti of the state will bo
present and spink during the pro
gress of the meeting. Itev. Mr. Ken
nedy, president of tho Ohio confer
ence, will ho in charge.
COONROD IS FINED
Draws $50 During Races at Buffalo
For had deportment whllo scoring
with Oliver .Moore at Buffalo, yester
day, Charles Coonrod, of this city,
was removed and fined $50 by the
judges nnd Hcnyoti was placed in the
sulky. The Mirlon horse took fourth
monoy In tho 2 20 trot. Oliver Moore,
was third in the first heat, Blxth in
the second, second in the third and
third in the fouith. The heats were
reeled off In 2.12 1-4, 2:12 1-4, 2:12
1-2, and 2:13 1-2.
FOR ENSUING YEAR
By Central Christian Church
Con Game Successfully Pull
GRAFTER WORKS UARD
To Seperate Granstaff From
Confident Man Frames ,up Unusual
Game, MokeB the Touch and
Leaves fur Parts Unknoxn,
?' MISSIONARY SOCIETY
3 i ; I AH. -V E1F
Of the First Baptist Church MeetB
The Missionary Society of the
Fust Baptist church will meet in
regular session in the church par
lors Friday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at which timo tho follow
ing program will he tendered .
Sons-" Live for Thee."
Scripture rending by the president
Boll call, verses from the book
..Paper, "Receiving European Im
rkigrants" Miss Ringer.
Heading, "ElhV Island", Mrs.
I Address; "O111 Missionaries Re
viving Strangers" Mrs. E. O.
tho eloso of the business scs-
Beaver's Big Horse Sale Friday
Aug. 0, 1907. 40 sound horses.
Much Important Business Is Trans.
acted at the Annual Meeting
FROM F. C. ELMES
1 t East with
Interment will not Take Place Here
But at Flndlay or
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davidson
of tho Boulevard, parents of Mrs.
Frank C. Elmes who died under
very peculiar circumstances in Los
Angeles, California, Monday even
ing, received 11 telegram Thursday
from Mr. Elmes .to the effect that
Tpfreshmens will ho served he would leave Los Angeles, Friday
an hour bpent socially. 'evening with the remains which will
the brought ito Findlay or Celmn tor
No dotaite of tho death further
more than have, been nriuted in tho
city papers have been disclosed to
tho much grieved parents. From
these reports it seems very evident
however, that the shooting was
purely accidental and that tho hus
band was in no way to hlarao for
tho unfortunate affair. The parents
at flrst intended that tho nouy
should lw buried in tills city hut tho
plans' have been changed nnd in
terment will ho mado nt either Ce
lina or Findlay.
The annual ecrgregatlonal meeting
of the Central Christian church was
held In the Sunday School room of
tho church la.U evening. The attend
ance was good and a great deal of
Important business was transacted.
Aside from considering business of
annual routlni nature and discussing
plan.8 for future work, the annual elec
tion of officers wns lieiu. 11 resuuuu
DpaconB elected for a term 01 one
year were; Mcisrs D. H. Cullen,
Harry Johnson, William H. McDowr
ell, Alba Rice, Charles Anthony, Will
iam Young, R. C. McCullom, Dr. R.
C. Dugan, Clu-rles Kennedy. Bert
Woodruff, Thoiras Johnson, Ollle
Elders: F. D. Rogers and Frank
Haln. Mr. Harry Johnson wns
elected church clerk and Mr. Ollle
Snyder, treasurer. Mr. Willis Hlp
Bhpr was elected trustee for a term
of flvo years. Miss Meta Raymor
was chosen choir director. Tho fol
lowing corps (' organists was elect
ed: Mrs. Wlli'.um Young, Miss Qolda
Cole, Miss Mary Dickinson, Mrs,
Clyde Houpt and Mis Clco Savage.
At thn conclusion of tho business
session, light refreshments were
served and .1 very pleasant social
time was enjoyed.
t' Big feeders farm chunks
family driving horses at Beaver's
Sple. Friday, Aug. 9.
tl.lptons Tea3. R. T. Lewis & Co.
A conildnnce man went to a
whole lot of trouble Wednesday
afternoon to separate .lolni Gntn
staff from .fl.75 hut lie effected tho
separation and made las disappear
ance without being apprehended.
Clranstaff wn nt work leveling
a lot between Main and State
streets cu Church. A man dressed
in overalls, and jumper crime- along
and engaged him in conversation.
Ho asked the laborer if lie did not
want a job that would pay him
better money nnd received nn nf
flnnativo reply Ho told Clran
staff that several men were want
ed Sit tho car hams on north State
street nnd "'at tho company paid
$1.85 per day for labor.
Granstaff wns willing to tnko such
a job and the stranger prevailed
upon him to leave his grading work
and accompany him. They first
went to tho Rc.xnll drug store whero
the confidence man excused himself
for a minute, going inside to mako
a purchase. They then went around
to the S tolls; garage, the stranger
saying that his automobile was be
ing repaired nnd 'he waintcd to seo
nbont it. Ho left Granstaff, on tho
outside while lie wrtit in. Ho re
turned in n few . .minute asking
tlranslalr it ho nnd change for a
ten dollar note. Granstaff did not
hut lie had $1.7) which the strang
er took to pay the pay promising
him the money as soon n they got
to .the car barns. Tho pair then
went ncross to , Main street nnd
started north to .tlic barns. Whon
they had reached an . alley north of I
the rnilroadft lie told Granstaff that
no nan to son a man hack in it Ito
allpy and reurstpj the-, latter to
wait for him. -,
Granstaff waited nlifliit an hour
and hk friend did not appear so he
notified the police. A scarcli was
mnde for itlie confidence man but
lie could not be located and Gran
staff went back to his grading job.
Mr. Georgo E. Lawrence was look
ing after business In Caledonia today.
Miss Delia Pnrrctt has returned
home from nn extended visit with
frliends and irelativcs at Mansfield.
Kllory Garwood of Lincoln Ave
nue is seriously ill with a compli
cation of diseases.
Frank DoIInrt of Coshocton was
calling on friends in tho city yes
terday. Miss Grace Pcnmjmjwlin ioa been
spending several weeks tttMfi&Mnkes
haa returned tfTTier homo' Tin South
State street. , l '
nnorcn H. D.ittou. Georgo S. Bain
nnd J. W. Rain nave returned irom
Michigan, where they camped during
tho past few w.'eks.
Sirs. William Maxwell returned to
day to her homo In Springfield, after
an extended visit with friends and
relatives In tho city.
Mrs. G. H. Uhler nnd Miss Hilda
Garberson will leave tomorrow ovon
Ing for Chicago, whero they will be
the guests of Mr. W. R. Garberson
at the Glen Vlow Golf club.
It. H. Anvir.n, superintendent of
the local stra?t railway, has returned
from Clnclnnuti, where he was sum
moned last Week by tho death of a
Miss DeEmmn Hnwley, Miss Kath
ryn Dennlg, Miss Alice Dombaugh,
.Miss Bessie Waddell, Miss Maudo
Miller, of Kentyi, nnd Miss Lulu Rub
ens loft this morning for Mackinac
Island, Michigan, where they will
spend their summer vacation.
Messrs C. 3. I.lpplncott, T. J. Lu
cas and Lee Wf.lters left this morn
ing for Oscotta, Michigan, whero they
will submit plans nnd commence con
struction work on a new eleven room
club house for tho Tender Leg club,
of this city.
Mr. and Mra. Joe Thew, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Addison Bain nnd family, Mr.
Edward Ratlnl, Messrs. George and
James Ilaln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo B.
Orr, Joe McKlnBtry, Mr. H. Woaver,
Mr. Clarence Flach, Mr. II. A. Lef
fler.'Mr. W. Leffler, Messrs. H. Fish
er and Lloyd Fisher returned yostor
day from Arcada, Michigan, whero
they had been spending n two weeks'
vacation In what was known as
Secrets Regarding Beckett
The Warner & Edwards Stars
To Tell Why the Papers are
Still Held Up.
Letter is Today Sent Stale School
Commissioner Jones Containing a
At meeting of tho city lward of
school examlneic, held Wednesday
evening, tho use of C. M. Beckett,
who recently failed to pass the city
examination, after having been ap
pointed High School principal, was
taken up by J, W. Jacoby, clerk of
tho board, was Instructed to wrltu a
lotter to State School Commissioner
JonoB. stating v. by the bonrd has not
setn In Mr. Beckett's eamlnatlon pa
pers. Mr. Jacoby Bent tho letter to
day. Mr. Beckett, after having been not
ified of his failure to paas tho exam
ination, tiled an artldnvit wun uio
state commlJJloner, stating that he
thinks the board treated him unfairly
After receiving this affidavit, tho
state commissioner asked that Mr.
Beckett's papora be submitted to him.
Within the wxt fow days tlio uoaru
of examiners wih make public ull of
the proceedings regarding tho Beckett
case. Jt Is likely that the affidavit
which Mr. Dcckett filled with tho
statq commissioner, together with tho
letter of Mr. Jucoby, clerk of the
board, will bo published.
FALLS FROM WINDOW
Fortunate Escape of Three
Year Old Baby.
Clifford Fling Sustains
Will Seek Nomination
Life Long Democrat and Resident
. of Marlon County Asks
Was Scuffling for the Posesston of
a Lead Pencil When Ac
cldent Took Place.
We are cleaning up on
Summer goads all over the
All Oxfords and Slippers
at specially reduced prices.
$1.00 white canvas
! P&N.50 whiteQOp
capjy slippers nowOOU
$1.25 black petti-ceats
100 pair 50c ruffled cur
pair for uUC
Pitches From Second Story Window
Falllug a Distance of
The three year old daughter of
Frank Sebok, of West Center street,
fell fifteen feet from a window in
tlio second story of a house to a
plank walk by. aw and In some man
ner escaped serious Injury, about ten
o'clock Thursday morning.
Will Stop in Marion This
The penclinnt which Clifford Fling
of Seilner Avenue has for playing
jokes on his friends cost him a
broken leg, Wednesday afternoon .
The friend on whom tho "joke"
Was played is Frank Sutton.
The incident occurred in the olllco
of II. S. Carpenter, on South Main
street, whero Ming and Sutton, to
gether with several other men; had
gone in business. While standing
near Sutton, Fling playfully took n
pencil from Sutton's pocket. Sut
ton tried to get tlio pencil hack
nnd n tustde cnmicil.
I Rntlnn la fi li. fnllmt. flml itinrl
Tho child ellmbed on a chair and ,;m ,i;nii... ; .Mn.. .,
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down. Ho also fell on top of Fling,
twisting the lattor's leg and break-
David Vestal, one of the older
democrats of the city, is the new
est entry into the political arena.
In tho proper col urn of this issue
w'ill bo found bus formal announce
ment for tho nomination for Jus
tice of the Peace in Marion town
ship. Mr. Vestal is a life long resident
of Marion county. Ho has resided
in I lie city for tho past scvon yenrs
and previous ito that time was en
gaged in farming in Green Camp
township. During the time ho re
dded in Green Camp township he
Served as justice of tlio paace for
two consecutive terms and his rec
ord as an official can bo pointed to
with pride. At the time of the Civil
War lie enlisted in 'the sendee and
spent two years in tlio field with
the 4th O, V. I. and tho 38th O.
Politically ho is and always has
been a democrat and many are tlio
services which lie has rendered to
tlio party and its candidates,
DEATH OF INFANT
Mis Hazel Kllng, of Kast Church
street, entertained last nlgnt in hon
or of her hoiwc guest, Miss liess
Richardson, of Houston, Texas. Jn u
season at "GOO" Miss Pearl Cheney
won the hoiorti among the ladles'
und Mr. C. L .lustlce won tho gen
tlemen's prize. The remainder of
the evening wis spont with music and
refresrhmonta were served.
The guests v. ere Misses Alice Dom-
baugh, Maud 'Ihompson, Lucretla Pat
ten, J'earl Cheney, Ethel Krause,
Esther Neeley, Mary Frye, Jessie
Flshor, Clan Klsher, Hope Fisher,
Mrs. Cleorge Kr.app, and Miss Stearns
of Ann Arbor, and Messrs. D. W.
Evans, C. L. Justlco, Clifford Hous
or, Charles Dee, Marshal DoWolfo,
Harry Mnutz, C. N. Phillips, E. .1.
Leo, Georgo Suhwelnfurtb, Homer
Waddell, Halnu Stoll, Frank Long
shore and George Knapp,
Weather'Dress FaliricVJ H
We have made prices to
close out every yard.
Cn A price of five cents is
DC made on about twe
thousand yards Organdies,
Batistes. It's half the value
I lln This price is made
B UC on the entire stock
of fine Organdies, Printed
Dimities, Dotted Swisses
and Satin Striped Batiste
that sold at 15c and 18c
-n the imported Voiles
I Ob that have been such
a success at 25c will br
closed at 15c
1 n Embroidered B a -I
UC tistes und the fine
Mercerized ChecKs all go
ftf Until Sept 1st., the
ZUC price on a lot of SilU
Organdies anil printed Silk
Muslins will be 29c
Members of the O. A. It. aro re
quested to maat at tho Post room
Friday, 1:30 l M. to attend In a
body tho funeral of tho late M. V
leaned out of the window, She leaned
out too far and fell. Dr. Uhler, who
was summoned, examined the little
girl und found that no bones were
I broken. Her only Injuries were sev
eral bad bruises.
DIBS AT WOODLAND
Left Columbus Early Today
1 Make a Trip Over the
The Pathfinder car of the Columbuo
club's tour for the Ohio Sun trophy,
to be run Ausust 10 and 17, left Co-
.lumbuH this morning, at five o'clock.
An effort will be made to cbver the
lentlro routo of the tour, 280 miles, Ip
115 hours. This will necessitate an
uverage upeed of 18 miles au hour.
I 'Xho car Is in charge of Mr. Thomas
E. Curtln of tlw touring comnllttee of
the club, who wJH make all arrange
'ments for garago and hotel accommo
jdatlons and will select the places
.where the two roon stops and thesUiy
over night will be made. Mr. Curtln
will also pick out the spots where
controls will be established.
Mr. Curtln is accompnaled by a
representative of Tho Ohio Sun, whose
Father of rs. W. P. Hazen Passes
- -xiAway. ' ;v
Btreef, received word Thursday of the
death of her father, Mr. William
Williams whei occurred at his home
In Woortloml, 'Ohio, nt 8:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, Death was due
Besides the daughter mentioned, tho
surviving members of the family are
the wife and Mr. Henry Williams, of
Mound strcot, this city; Frank Will
laws, iljpper Sandusky; George, of
Idaho; 8. Williams of Crawford
county; Charles Williams, of Owens,
ttifs county; Mrs. Pearl Williams, of
Mansfed; Mrs. j.eona ICIrts of Union
county and Miss Esther
residing at home,
mg one, of the ankle bonos,
Fling luid a local surgeon attend
lo his injury. He will he unable to
use his ankle for sovoral weeks.
Honoring her house guests Misses
Mary Heffner nnd Bess1 Henderson
ofi Ciivlevillc, Ohio, Mi'-w Bessie 4
'arks of Orchard street delight
fully entPita'ined nbont fifty of her
friends at a garden parly Wednes
Tl)o decorations consisted of
osaitpdup pun siiiojpiifl 'sunipiii.ni;
lantern, Punch was served through
out the evening.
Aside from the guests of honor,
tlio out of town guests worn Misses
Marlia Curtis nnd Marie Rowland
of Delaware; Mis I.uielln Sehild
er of riiiilienflie, and Mr. Harry
Tjtnvis of Cincinnati.
Tho new Tall Soparate
Skirt Styles far exceed the
efforts of any previous sea
son, both in baauty and qual
ity of workmanship.
Our Skirts -designed and
made by three of the largest
Dros-i Skirt I10USC3 in the
counVry5 have a distinction of
stylo and beauty all thplr own
aro Cn fact in a class by
thomaolves. Now just a word
In tlu Panama you'll find
tho tailored, plaited and tho
new gored. effects as being tho
favorfi.es hut not a few fan
cy skirts will ho worn espe
cially for street woar.
And in tho voilsB the roal
dress tkirt will ho found not
only the tailored plaited and
gorid effocts hut tho elabor-,
aioly trimmed as well.
Why ndc como in and see
J. P. LUDWIG
Marion's Specialty Store.
Dance tonight In Schwlnger's
vlllon. Good music.
Little Margaret Neidhart Dies at
Margaret, the three year old
daughter of Mv. and Mrs. V. J.
Neidhart. of Mansfield, died Wed
nesday night at itlie homo of lior
parents of inllnmatinn of the blad
der. Tho remains were brought here
Thursday attomoon and taken to
the residenco of, Georgo Neidhart,
7.'ll East Forming street, nt which
place funeral services will ho hold
tomorrow afternoon nt two o'clock,
Roy. Bailey officiating. IntornieiU
will occur l Marion cemetery,
J, Lee Shw v.asln Caledonia today
looking after business.
Frank E. Smiley left yesterday for
an extended trip through the east.
Mrs. Bert Curtis of South High
street isi visiting rolotives in Day
ton. Mrs. Clyde King and Mrs. Matilda
Thew left this morning for Seattlo,
' With Paint
Already Listed for the Marlon Pou.
The main business transacted was
to draw up tho premium list for the .
show. Tho piemlum block will he I
finely illustrated and wU bo, drawn 1
up In such a manner as to furnish '
a flno souvenir of the oconslon, The
secretary's books showed that over
two-hundred entiles for the show have
already been mado. put of the two
hundred entries, there are fltty poulea
und fifty-two dogs. The members ot
the Association are greatly encourage
Pleases the properly owner '
Your house will loon painted
and be painted to stay painted.
AMMANN SELLS IT
' '. iCW' a
(JET THE OASH HABIT
but seo us about thosu , '
Men, Women and Ohildrens, Oxfords soiling at closing out pric
cs end they aro going fast. Seo U3,
Miss Hilda Oaberson and Mrs. O
will bo conducted H. Uhler weir, to Caledonia today oyer the prospects and or rushing
Saturday afternoon. iJhL ixilfcljJAJM where they wljj visit friends, tre cause with treat energy.
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