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THE MARON DAILY MIRROR, 'FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 1907.
D. BURGESS ...Business Manager
!A. C. HOLLAND Editor
I M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor
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WEATHEK- Partly cloudy, pos
sibly showers tonight or Saturday
(To the Democrats of Marlon Couuty:
If you think my efforts on behalf
of .Democracy and W. J. Bryan in the
campaign of V9G and 1900 entitle me
to the nomination for Representative
to tho Seveaty-Beventh general as-
semhly of tho State of Ohio, X will
certainly appreciate any effort on
your part for i.ny support given.
M. B. CHASE.
FOR JSTIOE OF THE PEAOE.
The friends of David Vestal wish to
announce his ramo ror tho nomina
tion of Justice of the Peace, subject
to the decision of the Democratic vol-
era of Marivi township,
Democratic Mass Convention.
The .Democratic voters of Marlon
township, Marion county, Ohio, are
hereby notlflod that the Democrats of
said township will hold a mass con
vention on Saturday, August the 10th,
1907, between the hours of 2 and 4
o'clock P. M. at the office of the
Infirmary Directors In the Court
(House in said county for the purpose
ofjj placing in romlnntlon candidates
for the following offices to be vot
ed upon at the election to be held on
tlfe first Tuesday after the first
Monday In November, 1907.
jTwo Township Trustees.
jne uownsmp uieriu
)ne Township Treasurer.
jjwo Justlcos of the Peace,
and to pass upon any anduch other
bjslness as mav come before said
.Dated August 3, 1907.
Dayton republicans in iho recent
primary voted for a dead man. No
Winder Foraker won a victory.
"Tnma .Trino tnwi nrtitf 41rliKn il.
5rhme .Taps lare now fighting the
iMjjiixcans. When they get th.uh
with that job they may decido to
chaser operations on tho Western
fcAt last the Jamestown exposition
& been completed. A little of tho
"Sio work, no eat" policy might
have gottci things into shape soon
er". Tike novel (advertising scheme
adopted by a local business firm has
given 'somo citizens the Impression
that scarlet fever is prevalent in
Commander Piary has been forced
to postpono his trip into tho Arctic
region an1 we will be compelled
to get along -without the north pole
for, a while yet.
Former Governor Myronl T. Her
rlck places tho whole responsibility
for his defeat for a second term on
the, Akron speech of Secretary Taft,
inja letter to the New York Sun else
wljfere reproduced. In u postscript,
Co Herrlck sayB: "I would not
haye you infer fro mthls letter that
I a'ra opposed to sending a delega
tion to the next national convention
from Ohio for Taft, On the contrary,,
J Jm using and shall continue to use
nlljjtmy influence for the selection of
n JTaft delegation.'1
5ys ji .QJyjstjoji whether Col. Her
ring has not tlieady' made his con
trlfiKIopni4ifj reiJ.'find on the
anfjTaft hlae. Ills' infliteuco with
hlsr, party in Ohio was greatly lessened
splendid lino of Post Oard AI-
fettkts. Pricss ranelnir from. 10 cantn
te jTour Dollars.
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JKpCKELLER AND BTATIONEX.
tJTjMi Kotut of Pos 0rcbiri
by his drfeat Tills la tho rulo of
polItlcH, just r unjUBt though it may
be ib" op.i .iitiun to Secretary Tnft
C3pwlally in mo east, whore party1
lieeularity is more successfully in-
,8'stiHl upon by the politicians, has
tried to make great use of Secretary
Taft's Akron Fpcech against him. Col.
derrick's letter has contributed to this
effort, unwltlngly, one must suppose,,
slnco tho formar gdvornor Is for Taft.
Thero will bo soma disagreement in
Ohio with Col. llerrlck's analysis of
tho situation piecedlng the famous
Akron speech, and the influence it
had on tho result. At that time, he
says, "tho opposition was clearly los
ing ground and its organization was
becoming demoralized." This discov
ery is original with Col. Merrick. "Tho
opposition wa3 not then aware of ldst
ground or demoralization. On the
contrary the view of the campaign
from the opposition's side presonted a
picture oi continued and steady de
velopment. Thtre Is no doubt that
Secretary Tatt contributed to the
final result, but It can hardly be tald
that his speooh revived a lost cause.
It is a debatable question whether
tho result would not have been the
same had ho M'er made his speech.
The campaign malingers of Gov. Her
rlck let him make it with a full
knowledge of Its text nnd tenor.
By Secretary Taft, so Col. Herrlck
aaySi ..Cox wag lnailo an )gsme )n tnQ
'campaign. " This, too, Is news. There
Ia pienty 0f ovldence that the people
Lf tj,0 8tate regarded Cox as nn Issue
;m tne campa-, froln the day It was
demonstrated that a word was suf-
jficlPiit to determine the choice of
caniuuntes oy tne Republican state
convention. The people of Ohio have
never been patient with such a stnte
of affairs as Uiis exposed.
But, after nil. the split milk of that
election Is lot so Important as the
i question of now much Col. Herrlck
has unwittingly assisted the opposi
tion to Secretray Taft. He has
shown a fair, sportsmanlike spirit,
ibut his defeat hardly seems to have
Improved his political Judgment.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
What Others Say.
America's iilgnesa has been done
to death, in the opinion of more
Americans than foreigners, even. It
Is often said and moie often felt that
this country runr too much to size,
thinks too much of mere vastness.
There's a wl.lo and deep suspicion
that It would ho better if Americans
rated quality more important and
Yet big as e are In the United
States and much aa that Immensity
is deeded at borne .and abroad, as a
national pitfall, It seems that we
are not big enough. That Is true In
many ways. It Is evident that the
country needs lcrger equipment, more
men, greater wealth., Tho things
".ii. .-i.i, mum jiiijjiuamvuiy imu
b,B "Bure3 do ll0t S far enough.
me is u general complaint tnat
men are lacklnir, men to dig nnd reap
and do the nlaln work of thn mnntrv
Fast as they como up from boyhood
mill OVAt Tllrm. thai, .1.. . ...!.. ...
...... ,w. wuim.j Uivjf uu IIUL UII1VU ill
sufficent numbers. There is need Of
more skilled hands and good, strong
arms. Also of more leaders with tho
right quality or brain power and tho
personal forco which opens the way
to Industrial and commercial victory.
Tho railways, it Is admitted, are
TjTl, l ""V"18 of . baffle.
,- j u in., u u.icks and cnrn.
They, haven't r. on enough trained .tn
the tasks which Increased business
creates. They lack equipment suffi
cient to movo the freight offering and
In prospect. Now It Is feared that
the Noithwest will suffer from a
sovere, porha;.a terrible, fuel famlno
next winter bwuwse tho railroads and
the lako vessels will not bo ablo
to take coal enough to tho head of
'""l" aupenor and thonce to Interior
It Is much 'lie same In respect to
financial conditions. The 8tock of
money is vast beyond all precedents.
There is nothing like It In any other
strong and in some cities decidedly
tight Great ns the resources or the
nnnn nrn '" V Vnllcii States.' they
could easily use still larger capital.
All through tho buslnes interests
of facilities for doing the work to be
done and doing it well, without the
undue-haste or overtaxing En and
SoSatlon1 lB U' "t l3.i5J5l
uemonstration ever witnessed nf
TIIKRB ISN'T ANY SPORT IN
DEEP SEA FISHING .
Yi let down a heavy lump of
lead imd two big hooks baitad with
dams into thirty, forty or sixty feet
of watvr. Then vyih n ..:
metliiug nudges (i0 line, or un-
... j.... ,, w,at tlio hooks aro
bare. Then you rivn f.K ii
quick jerk, and pull in, hand over
hand, with more or los ,.!.,
linn seo wjiat you Jmvo d
the grab-bag. It mav bo n eillv. i...f
. JT I
nutritious cod, gaping ill Biirpriso
at this; cunoiis rerntinnfinn np i.irf
invohmtnry riso in tho world; or e.
silvery haddock, staring nt you
with round, reproachful eyes; or n
ooJIock1, handmo lint wmithlcsB;
" n Bhiny. writhing dog.fish, whose
villainy is written in nvm-v H
his degenerate, chinless face, - it
may bo that sping gargoylo of tho
eea, la Bculpin; or a soft and stu
pid hake, from the inud-llata. it
may bo any ono of itho grotesque
products of Neptune's vegetable
garden, n sea-cucumber, i sea-carrot,
or a sea-oabbago. Or it may
bo nothing at jail. When you have
"mndo your grab, and deposited the
result, if, it bo edible, in the barrel
whioh BtaiidH'iiuiUio middle- of tho
boat you try another grab, anil
that's the whole, "stnryr"
It is nstonialijfig how inueji ftrousp
meiit apparently, 6ano hie'if can',gVr
out of such n simple gnnio as this.
Tho interest lies, first, in tho mill
ed effort to fill tho barrel, and sec
ond, in tho rivalry among Iho fish
ermen as lo which of them shall
take in the largest eod or iho great
est number of haddock, these being
regarded as prizn packages. The
bo compared to comic valentines,
which exiHise the recipient to ridi
sculpin and the sen vegetables may
citl'e. Tlio dog-fish aro like tax no
tices and nssossmentsj tho man
who gels one of them gets less lhaii
nothing, for they count against the
catcher. It is quite ns much a game
of chance ws politics or ipokor. You
do not' know on whioh sldo of the
l'oat. the gfo'd Hsll aro hidden. You
cannot tell the difference between
uiu luiiurciicu neiweun
tlio nibblil of ' cod and the bite
a (lo-nsn. you
Yoii Jinvo no idea
what is (Hunilig lo you, until you
have htiulPiP'in "hlmost all of your
lino tand caught fcight of your al
lotment" wriggling and whirling in
the blue wilier.' Sometimes you get
'twins. iFVum" "Some Remarks on
Gulls. ' Witli a Footnote on a
Fish." hy lemy Van Dyke in the
Fiction iiumn'er Aligust Scribner.
Central American States
Want Peace hut are too
Proud to Make
Washington, Aug. 9. Most of the
representatives of tho Central Ameri
can republics called upon Acting Sec
retary of State Bacon yesterlay to
talk Individually with him about the
project for a general convention of
delegates from their countries in
Washington to endeavor to reach an
agreement likely to result In perma
nent pei'io in that quarter of tho
world. With all parties willing to
enter upon such a conforonce, the
difficulty appears to lie In the unwill
ingness of uny ono to take the Initia
tive on account of nersonal nrlde.
Each of the llttlo republics thinks
that It has a grievance against Its
neighbor and In tho absence of nn
apology, would have, the other party
make tho first advance.
The state department hero, support
ed by the Mexican government Is ex
tremely desirous of furthering this
conference, but it Is estopped from it
self formallly proposing a meeting by
n fear that its motives might bo mis
understood and it be suspected or un
All of tliiniliilsterH aro in constant
communication with their homo gov
ernment upon this subject, and there
Is reasonable ground for hope that
within n very: short time un agree
ment can -ib. reached for tho conven
tion of the delegates in Washing
ton, as tho outcome of the projected
""f1""- Jt shall clothe America
and Mexico with the positive duty or
Intervening fc t,hh Interests of peace.
Professor Says Rockefeller's
Methods Brought About
Chicago, Ills.. Auk. n.inim n
Rockereller, rounder and supporter o'r
the University of Chicago, was bit
terly attacked yosterday in an ad
drerss by Prof. Charles Zuoblln. ot
tho department of sociology, flnd by
Profesbor Bushnell Of Washington
who declared' that tHwhofffrW9?-'
turning td obi!ltllJfU r i'WV;JKKsruJf
escape the burdens "tbar'have been'
Professor Zuoblln not i ,
tho Standard Oil coaZnluZr
- uuiilllUll V IIHUII Lin
declared the rinf,, ",' .""' "."
cornorntlnn i.. i. ... . fc"u Ul
w.v,tu JJ11XIIM IflP llft lilfw
which it was flned 129.24000, tlmt It
bad only committed an oirnCn Z 11
t'wtMwuu jii in inariT , i
SS5J.,B bU8lnes8' wnB weak anrt
rbfessor Zueblln assallrti nrti,niin.
not only In religion, but in nommmin.!
politics and social life, declaring it
to be the eauao of many of tho pres-
lent day evl'8- He said!
FIND SKELETON WHERE
:. ADAMS INDICATED
Remains Supposed to be Those of W. J. BarneyjWho was
Murdered;Six Years Ago are UnearthedNear Tel
, lurldge Colorado Steve, Adanis, Pointed ......
Tellurlde. Col., Aig, 9. -What Is
said to be tho skektoii of W. .1. 'Bar
ney, tho tlniborman,cmployed In the
Smuggler-Union mliief .who myster
iously disappeared (n'june 1901, was
exhumed near the'AUa mill, near
Gild King baaln, iri'iiTlies from town,
by General Bulkely -Wells, tho man
ager of the mining' company, and
others. Tho remains' wcro found In
nn Improvised grave and Its location
was pointed out by 'Steve Adams,
now In jail In Idaho awaiting a sec
ont trial on tho charge of murder,
when ho was hero In June 190(5, in the
custody of Wolls. .
After Adams mado the alleged con
fession, whlchiho afterwards repud
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hu umiiuniuustu uuillg IIIU USl31II
or Arthur Collins, ".formerly general
manager or the'Smuggler-Unlon mine,
nnd to bo fnmlllarwlth tho places
whero the bodies of;V. J Barney and
Wesley Smith, upshift boss of tho
Liberty Bell mine, .were burled, ho
was brought here lryfaenernl Wells to
ought here lryfGenernl Wells to
point out tho graves or the missing
men. . '
When Wells and Adams went up
Into the basin thero was more snow
on the ground than had been antic
ipated, and, several . years havlnc
i a , . "0( J "nu l,eon m""
,nn.iw ZLZ .. m "olcrmino
exactly whore the graves were. Ho
"John D. Rockefeller, J. Plerpont
Morgan, E. H, Ilarrlraan and the oth
er trust magnates nro doing more
to make socialism possible than its
most zealous adherents They are
consolidating the Industries nnd there
by slmpllfyng tho -process for stat
ownership, which constitutes social
NOMINATE DEAD MAN
Dayton. 0. AugT O.-Tho ofil
cjal cont of theballots cast at
the Republican prmjjpry, which was
completed yesteniayi, slltnV that a
dead man twoA nohiiha'lcd for as-"
sessor in tho fourth" ivard.
Tho printed bnllolH bore the name
of Joseph U. Daulierty, .who died
July 27. after the printing of the
btillts was completed;., Danghorty
had herved as assessor in his ward
for sevoral yoars.
Few of his friends, had heard of
his death. vvt-
Old Tender Leg Club Decides Upon
, ' a Nevir Name,
Tho Pino Lake Outing club, tho or
ganization of Murlori sportsmen
formerly known as the Tenderlegs,
held a meeting In the office of K. E.
Bush on East Center street. Thursday
evening, and elected 'the following
officors: Fred Hnberman. tiresldont:
E. E. Bush, vice president; Gharlea
Harrlninn, secretary; W. H. Schnff-
ner, treasurer; J jj, Phillips, S. II.
Llpplncott and J. v Thew, execu
tive board. '
The membership nov numbers a
round dozen, the twelfth, C.. W.
Fisher of Bucyrus, having beeii ad
mitted Thursday evcnlnir. He Ih flm
only member outside of'Mnrlon.
J. W. Thew, T J. Lucas nnd Ar.
thur Llpplncott are now. on the club's
property at Pino Lake, Michigan,
building the flno lodge planned tor
the uso or the members. The lodgo
wil mensuro 30 by 20 foot.
Fred Haborman. w. tt onhnttn
andy A. O. Edmondson havo been
appointed a committee to prepare by-
MRS; WILLIAM SCo'lT DIES
Typhoid Fever. Complicated the
Cause of Her Demhe
Mrs. William Scott, aewi sivtv voir..
died at her homo two miles north
west of -KJrkpatrlck at C;30 o'clock
Kndaysmornlnir. iinr .lomion w..i
due to ty.phold fever amhcompllcatlon
qfj diseases ,wlth a duration of less
urpealdes tho husband, ulx children
survive. They nr Mra. jrao Ker-
'.. fl' Cllnt0n Shaw and .Airs,
H, Uimb, of near Klrkpatrlck, and
lTa. Scott' Vrai and Elmer residing
"", ho,n t 10 o'clock Sunday
'nnnB. me remains will be in.
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terred In Bucyrus cemetery.
Akron, O. A h0rs8 owned by" J, H
Sell, of Loyal Oak, committed suicide
by plunging fiom tho door of a big
bank barn to a pile of rocks 20 feet
beneath. For yoais the horso was
teamed with another whfoh'dled sever
al weeks ago, and bo bad -acted queer
ly ever since. rtfA- -
tljoiv) showed general Wells the; placo
according to tho best of his recol
" A part of tho skeleton. Including the
teeth, woro brought to town by Gen
eral Wells for Identification.
Barney Incurred the 111 will of the
union hero by working at tho Smug-
gler-Unlo'n rnlno after tho strike in
April, 1901. It was this strlko that
caused the riots in July of that year.
Adams Is said to have told Wells
that Barnoy's body was stripped of
Its clothln, which was1 'burled some
dlstanco irom his body. Afterward,
tho body was taken up and burled
In another place. Whllo hero In 190C
Adams Is said to have pointed out to
Wells tho fir tree. In tho darkness of
which ho claimed to bavo stood when
ho fired tho Xatal charge of buckshot
Into tho back of Manager Collins He
Is also said to havo told Wells where
ho throw the cartridges' nrtor remov
ing them from the gun.
Dr. lrd. a dentist, after oxamliilnn
I the teeth of tho skeleton braucht In
'by General Wells, Identified them as
belonging to Barney. He had per
formed certain dental work for Bar
ney. It Is reported that warrants will
uo ibsuuu ior iwo men who were
Promlmnont H tho local union of the
Western Federation of Miners when
Lake Shoie Flyer Crashes
Into a Section of a
Chestertown, Ind.,. Auh. 0. Two
men, engineer rDoWnoy and Conductor
Schultz, both or Elkhart, were ser
iously Injured and a' score or pass
engers received slight bruises and sut
fered from a shock early today; when
the west bound twentieth century
limited on tho Lako Slwre railroad
crashed Into tho icUr hair or a rnst
rrelght which had been cut in two
nnd was standing on tlio main track.
The passenger engine and the rear
end or the freight were demolished.
Threo of tho coaches left the truck,
careonded dangerously and .then right
ed without turning over. The track
was torn up and littered with wreck
age and trarric will bo delayed uov
IS COMPLETED AT LAST
Norfolk. Va., Aug. O.-Tho
.Jamuitown exposition is declared to
be praotically complete in a elate
niont iwiied today by Director
Qonornl James M. Barr who also
asks for the project tho support
ol the country at large.
"The Jamestown tercentennial ox
pobition, barring ljninor 4jetflils
wiiidi will ho finished within ten
days, j.s completed" Jio nays, "it
"bm iwmm)enioniles tlm eti-ejat
historK.nl event which it was le
signed to colebrale, hnd it reflects
credit on tlio state of Virginia.
"ie Miulh nnd tho nalion.
In the character of its build
'"S, the excellence f its exhiblLq
and the beauty of legation on
pares favorably with 'nn'y exposition
I'PJd m this nnimf.H ...i 5. ..
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inntiniVAUh t i
Jj united support tlw people of
the cnnnti-v. " ' ' "' "c
BC S ED AMPUTATION OF
LEG AND MjAY RECOVER
kvu mo amputniton-np-n-To,, w
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tho engmo. wihleF Jfiiflfl. J-i .--
on inm m the yards '.at the Bronx
Tho onoration wnt ,-p .i -t ...
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ambulance- siirgooir without tho
nf stimnlnnK and ai.n.1lw
rove a ggesUon to the physldnn
lnrin hn operation, t ,
When tho onernt.inn i,na .o.-i
wl ho wa extricate!' from bid
on mosition tlm mHmn ww
inkeil to a h0Snitnl..'w1i,m. U r-
-id he mnv rreovor r
!,E'S UXATIVC HONEY and W
i;r ooi '
iNwr York. .A,,-. n, .... L 2 """" ?'?70
nenih n lnr ', ' '"""' in1-ioiibs way Hweenoy, &ui biivor.. z.an pike
,,'uZi ',' "rios KI(ildI6y Miss Anna Hanloy, 307 Leader. . 1,504 Miss
.'HaKeninnon.l h NvU, vj. 'Ujl. itra rrhn,nno n..i,., r. .
nhven &viinrtfn;,i:r;?.T-"r ":,.:, r ,"ul,nR- """ ,& 4,,r,
OF FALL SUITS
All the new designs direct from the
Eastern market. We are showing checks
.and plaids and also
styljsh but not high
m $12 $15
See display in
Wc Have It
No nutter wha'c you want, this big Bloro with itu big
sells it. That's but ono reason why wo sel lfor less.
Ladles' long lislo gloves,
black or whito 33c
Ladies' long mercerized
gloves black or whito 80c
Ladies' long silKglovts,
black or white nc & $1.48
Ladles' $1.50 whitcshlrt
Ladies' COc corsets,
hoso supporters 2l
Hurry seo tho big now stcck of plain whito and decorated
dishes, just opened, yesterday.
THE RACKET STORE
PEARY FORCED TO
POSTPONE HIS TRIP
New York, Aug. 9. Tharo. will
bo no Peary Arctic expedition this
year, Plans for taking (ho Roose
velt north to her winter quarters
at Capo Sheridan, north flrecnland
ready for a, dash lo tho north
pplo next spring have been pvac
liOally abandoned because of tho
imjiosbJbLlity of getting the ' ship
icady in time to escape tlio dan
CANDIDATES AND THEIR
Jira. Harry I'-auiKuur, zil N.
Miss Mario fturlie, 23 Belle-
vuo Avo. , , 1,107
Afrs. 'fhoman Dwyor, C12 N.
.Miss Cecelia Mlnounhnn, 034
Ballontluo Avo 913
Mra. Dcnuls Drake, 309 N, State
Miss Lizzie Schoechle, 283 Dclle
vuo , C12
Mrs. LeRoy Zachman, C07 N.
Oreenwpod ., . C30
Jfiss Nelllo P. Oill, 138 N.
.Miss Mabel iVauehan, 419 N.
DISTRICT 2 '
Mrs. II. A. Bluford. 220 Lender 22.528,
Miss Ermel Blow, 449 Silver . . . 3,375
Miss Mario Stuber. 243 N.
Miss Ireno Reldenbaugh. 300
N Prospect , 2,079
Mrfl. L. E.Neborgall, 709 North
Miss Hattlo Werts, Garden City
piko ...,,.,..,...,,..,,,.,,,, GGO
Miss Agnes Ilaunlgan, 229 N,
Prospect ,., ,, C50
Miss IlOBe Harlowe, 330 Silver. . 480'
Allsa Fern O. Noll, 289 N, Pros
Mrs. Frank Paddock, 123 W.
,M,Ba Winifred Rngllah, 324 Sll
Mrs.-J, IteldenbauBb, 377 Wind-
Mfo; O. Wr Myers, 377 Pearl,,?. 78,080
wmii Miir. r"f- . fw, . f ,uvii iicui
blacks and blues
buy 50c shirts for
Ladies' G9c corsets, all
Ladies' $1.C0 American
Beauty corstt 98c
Ladies' black and fancv
hose 10 1C, 20c
Ladies' gingham underskirts
48c, 98c, fl.98
ger of being nipped in the new
' jrlie delay has been serious blow
to' Commander Peary according to
u friend, who also said that the ex
plorer realized the impossibility oi
making iho trip before next year.
1 "Oonnnodorp Peary has been hop
ing ngninist hopo for days.' said
dipt. Rob Rarllett, his sailing mas
t;r of two years ago, "but ho has
been compelled to realize that it
would be impossible for him to get
into winter unrtew this. September
Miss Oertrude Gibson, 245 Pleas
Miss Edna Miller, Benuett 1,270
Miss Uerdino Mllllsor, 451 S.
Miss Maymo Ityan, 042 AV. Co
Miss .Toanotto Lammers, 3f4
Orchard ....,,., g20
Mls3 MarBaret Wlxstead, 214
Miss Sadie llumo. 320 S. Pearl.. ii
Miss Lena Wnrnor 420
Miss Flossie Shurz. 204 W.
Church , aan
Mrs. Ida Hanly, 909 Wood .... 105
Miss Certrudo Converse, w.
Church ,,, , 70'
Miss ItOBetto Knapp, 2I!3 Mt.
Vernon Ave , s,4C4
Mrs. Ella Williams. G10 Dela
ware Ave , ijsi
Mra. Howard Shaw, 304 H.
Miss Anna Schoonlaub, 234 S.
ureenwooa , c91
Mrs. F, m. Tavener, 730 H.
'Church . Kin
Sirs. ,T. Itowe. 888 E. Church '-.,, 459
.wib. u. i; I'oters, a. Grand Ht.
Miss Louise ICvlo, Prospect .... 20,939
Mrs. Ed Hess, Prospect ..; 14 160
Mls3 Lucy Wasserbeck. mall
Green Camn q nnn
Miss Theo Gast. Proanect ' 'turn
Miss Wixstead, Green Camn
Stella Kenyon, Wnhlo 310
Mrs. Floyd Terry, LaRuo 14.O8O ,
Miss Lthel Jolinwn. Laltue,.,., C,400
Mtfls Ola Scrantnn r.nn., . ..' 'i I
Miss Gladys Rusler, Agosta".!! S.M0 ',
JliiSf" 'J,,1DmasB0. LaHue .. 1,120
MrsJlThomas Cromlv. T.nn,. ,,
MIbb DalQ Jlorton, Agosta . , . ." oiO
.... vu.,, pmh uuhuq 23o
DISTRICT 7 !-
Mrs. Mao Mitchell, Marion it, p,
u. nu, 0 ,,,.,.., 1 . , . , , 32 012
Miss Maud Decker, Caledonia,. ,. 20,375 .
p..po rtiiun j-jiuuun, uaieuonia . 14,993
Mla Edith Albrjcht, CaledOhfii L150
Miss Florence Ault, Caledonia',". 350