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THE MARON DAILY MIRROR, SATUBDAV, AUGUST 10, 1907.
PAGE THIRTEEN i
The last of owr MID-SUMMER CLEAN-UP SALE
Contains Somo Interesting
1 , OFF ON STRAW HATS
lA OFF ON SUMMER CLOTHING
COMPARISON IS FORMED
i twi-it niwv y
T "Manhattan"-The Quality Storo.
ft MART & WADDELL
I JALE I OXFORDS 0 I
OPEN UNTIL 11 P. M.
,130 80UTH STATE STREET.
Our Saturday markot will
bo supplied with tho best of
All 'kind of vogetablea.
F. J. LUSCH
N.B. CoF. Stat fc Cntr t.
Wo aro now goltlnea good
supply of nno home grown
berries, Tho prlco Is no high
er for thsra than it la, for
shipped berries of Inferior
quality, Try us on Bluck
borries both for your dally
u'so and 'for canning.
PER QUART 15 CENTS.
PER BUSHEL $150.
Phones 39. 209 L'.'Conlcr St.
Agency lor Woods Boston Coffees
Harvest Cooking Appleu
Red Rasbcrrlos, Poaches, Can
telopo Melons Watormolons,
,Wax Beans Egg Plant, Swoot
Potatoes, Sweet Oorn Good
Oivq us your order. Wo
can fill Hhem satisfactory.
Choice of any trimmed
Choice of any figured
or colored shirt waist
Bring your tickets and
,come to the drawing to
night at 8.30,
The holder of the lucky
number to get a choice of
either a ladies' waist or
man's hat. '
Marion Clothing &
Bill Quantrell is Said to be Living on the Northwest Coast
, of Vancouver Island, Despite the Fact that His Sbin
Bones are on Exhibition in Kansas.
Victoria, 15. C, Aug. 10. -Bill
Qunntrell. leader of Quantrell 's
Hiierillus in tho civil war, who. ac
cording to history, died of wounds
at a Kentucky hospital, after his
raiders wore cut up, is alivo and
lives at Qnatsiuo. on tho north
west coast of Vancouver island.
'under tho narao of John Sharp, ac
cording to a number of persons
who have conversed with mm. J.
E. Duffy, a prominent (timber man,
recognized Joliu Sharp, who is over
70. wiry and gray, as Quantrell
Duffy having been a member of
tho Mi.ehignu troop ot cavalry,
which iit u Ouantroll's force.
Ho stated to Duffy that ho was
correct in his recognition.
Sharp ssnlil no nan nccn ieit as
1rji.1 niul iii.stcml of. dviner of his
pounds at tho Louisvillo hospital as
history l-ccomed Hind taucn a norsc.
i-Milnn tannv miles and disappeared.
Ho mado his wfty to South America
living a number ol years m uuo
whence ho went lo Tcaas whoro ho
engaged in tho catttlo business,
making consitwablo money, which
Then ho went to Oregon, whoro
hfj.pupehcd cows and ilrove cattlo
over tho 'moiintai'na. From Oregon
ho como to British Columbia nearjy
two decade? ago and engaged in
Holds Program Meeting
Several Interesting Addresses Given
und Papers Read Retresh
Tim .rivTiilar monthlv 'meetintr ot
Jtho Muictiary society of tho First
ijiptist church was holil inuay
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in tho
.church- parlors. The attendance was
very largo and tho session proved
0110 of unusual interest.
Tho program opened with a hymn
"I Live .For Theo." Devotional ex
orcises were conducted by tho presi
dent Mrsi. H. O. Hiohardson. In
response to roll call tho members
gave a quotation from tho book of
Provnrhs. An iiitcrcstiiur paper
"Receiving European Immigrants"
was load by Miss Ringer. "Ellis'
Island", was tho subject of a read
ing given 'by Mrs. Ullum, Tho
featuie of tho program was an ad
ilrpH m-on hv Mrs. B. O. Rich
ardson on the subject "Our Mis
sionaries Kecolving btrnngors."
At tho conclusion of the pro
gram light refreshments wmo served
and a social Jiour enjoyed.
TO CHANGING NAME
Some of Members Take Do
i ! ,
Probable That no Franchlsea will be
1 Given gMarlon and
The mombers ot tho city council, at
leant tho majority, object to granting
a otreot railway fmuchUe to tho Ma
rlon and Suburban Railway company,
as p9tltloncd tor at tho laat meeting
by General Managflor George H,
Whysall, They nay they want all of
the franchises uitdcr tho namo ot tho
Marlon Railway Light and Power
compauy, bo ns to avoid confusion.
Tho franchise sought by Mr, Why-
LEADER IS ALIVE
logging until 10 years ago when
ho became a trapper on tho north
ern coast. Six or seven ycara ago
ho went to Quatsino, where ho was
made car-carer at West Voncouvcr
tt. V.. MoiitL"micrvi wlio la ensrao
ed in business lat Quatsino and who
knew Sharp, or ijuantrcu, at i't.
Worth, Tex. and II. O. Berg,
nostmnstor at OuilLsillo. aro two
othora ito whom ,Sharp ihos stated lib
identity as ijuentioii.
"I might as well iadimt it",
Sharp told both. "It seems tluit 1
cannot hide the fact."
Topeka. Kan., Auj. 7. Mention
of the discovery of W. C. Quan
trell 's being alivo in Britisli Co-
I luinhia. calls to mind the faot that
in tho stiale historical rooms hero
aro two shin bones and a lock of
hair, supiwsed to ho thoso of tho
famous raider. They havo been
there since May. 1888, when the
mother of Quantrell and w. W.
Scott of Canal Dover. O., opened
tho grave at Louisville, Ky.
M. B. Morion, managing editor
of Tho .Banner at Nashville, Toiiu.,
and Rw. Thomasi Cobb, a Metho
dist "minister in Oklahoma, in in
terviewri both declare tluit thcio.cnn
ho no question but that Qtiantroll
died in Louisville and was hutied
in tho Catholic cemetery thoro.
nail for tho , Marlon and Suburban
Railway company was granted sovoral
months ago to tho Marlon Railway
Light and Powor company. It gavo
tho company permission to extend tho
street railway over Prospect, George
Lcp and Silver BtreotB.
Monday ovonlng. Mr, Whysall went
beforo tho council and said that be
causo tho franchlBO has been granted
to tho wrong company, trustees ot tho
bond company kicked. Ho said that
In onlci to flnanco tho proposed ex
tensions, It will ho necessary to glvo
tho franchlso to tho Marlon nnd Su
burban. According to a statement mado by a
prominent .city official Friday, thoro
aro soveral members of council who
will stand firmly against giving tho
franchises to any other corporation
but tho Mprlon Railway Light and
A caucus of tho council will take
placo noxt week for tho purposo of
considering tho proposition.
Crusade Against Qeggars and Mashers
Columbus, O., Aug. 10. -Police offi
cers were Instructed Friday to arrest
for vagrancy, It no other charge can
bo made, all beggars, "bums," street
loafers and "mashers" who ro un
able to give strict account of them
selves. With these orders strictly en.
forced It will be up to the gangs who
Infest tho various corners to take to
"tho tall and uncut" wftlle tho saloons
will know their hangers-on no moro,
Tho future address of these will be
tho "Columbus workhouse." Tho or
der has caused much satisfaction to
tho women of tho city.
Is Afraid to Return to Old Home.
Columbus, O., Aug. 10. Fearing to
return to his homo a.t Xonla, William
Carter, a prisoner who completed a
IB-year .sentence In tho penitentiary,
on Friday took a train for Springfield,
whoro he will mako his home. Carter
was rocelvod at the 'prison February
15, 1808, for assault. Ho assaulted a
little girl and narrowly escaped lynch-Ins-
Tho excitement around Xenla
ran so high that the militia were pre
pared to go out. Carter served a
previous term for a similar crime.
A Magnificent Celebration,
Rome, Aug. 10. Tho anniversary
of tho coronation of Pope Plus X, was
celebrated Friday In the Slstlna
chapel with deep religious scleranlty,
great pomp and magnificence.
A New Iniuranee Company.
Columbus, O., .Aug. 10. The Ohio
Canners' Mutual" Fire Insurance Co.,
wljoso principal office Is to be located
hi, Columbus, was Incorporated Friday,
Between kCountie3 and Cities
of the State.
Flro Department of Columbus, Day
ton and Toledo are PraiBcd by
the Mate Official.
Lucas and Franklin counties
eaqh havo a population of 0110 bun
dled and ninety odd thousand.
In Lucas1 County 315 Arcs occur
red in building woith, contents
included. $ii,&HM)01; tho iusiuanco
companies had at risk in these
buildings $l'tll3.7.S3 and, the loss
sustained was- $221,511.
In Franklin County 313 flies in
buildings worth, contents included,
$3.259,809 ; .insurance compunics
stood to los"o $1,101,113 and tho
actual loss was $252,718.
In Lucas- each dollar's worth of
property jeopardized carried 05
cents of insurance and in Franklin
Toledo with" Vi population estimat
ed by tho census bureau in lOOD
at 159,030 had 33S llrcs hist year
in buildings worth, contents included
$2,M1,149 ; insiiranco companies
stood to lose $1,090,218 und tho
aotual loss was $213,981 or $1.2-1
Columbus with ia population es
timated at 110.111 had 239 Arcs
in buildings worth $2,915,215; in
surance companies btood to loso
$1,320,243 nnd the actual loss was
$101,080. or.$l..!2 per capita.
Tlicso figure's aro froui reports
of tho firo chiefs and cover all
tires to which thoir departments aro
called both in, and outside the1 cor
Tho averago annual loss per
capita in America 11 ci'igsis $1.70.
Flit's in wilnch, .the loss is less tiu.i
$5 aro not tabulated.
Iu tho average buililing a flro in
Toledo tho possible .'loss w $7222;
111 Columbus it is 1 ,$'10,191. In tho
averago lire started iu Toledo Hid
actual loss is $033; in Colii"i') is
it is $003. Tho avorago loss imm
U firo -a ell started in a Toledo
building is 8 3-4 per cet.l of its
value; iu n Columbus building 0
1-2 per cent. These building would
havo been total losses' 1ml for the
efforts of tho liro department.
Tho average Toledo building
rircd was iusuiedfpr 09 1 2 per
cent o its val-jof"' tho Coluuib'is'
building for 15 per cent.
Toledo has an vafca. of 28 1-2
sqimrc miles and 101 firemen. Co
lumbus has an arenjof 17 square
miles and 207 firemen. In Toledo
5 fires bprcud to oiibJSidjoining build
ing; iu Columbus 50 fires jpioad
to 0110 adjoining builuMiur and six
lo more than one.1''
Tho populatioiiv"6 Montgomery'
County last vcar was 152,791. In
it tho number of fires was 240.
In theso fires tho value of property
jeopardized was $1,574,730 the
We move and store
your gouds and do
all kinds ot transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO I
t Choice Patterns $35 to $45 Suitings Now $30
We have a few patterns of this season's latest
r style , suitings that we
S aoove mentioned. It s your opportunity to dress
weu tiij iiitie oust ttiiu you jujluw evuryxjimg is
guaranteed when made by
jP'I ERS O N makcelrotohfesooo;
nctual loss $140,513 and the Insur
ance $803-995. So tho loss for each
fiio was $585 and thu projwrtion
of insurance carried to value of
the piopoity was 55 per cent.
Dayton has a population csti
with no ether city in the '"ito be
cause it 'has but little 111010 than
two-thirds tho population of tho
nd.t larger city Columbus, and is
annost twice as largo 1A Youngs
town tho next smaller.
Dayton was a population csti-
nuuetl ot auu.iuu mm u nrcs 111
buildiucs woitli $1,487,380; insur
ance companies stood to loso $741,-
200 and tho actual loss was$irJ,Ui
or $1.11 per capita.
In tlio averago building a lito in
Dayton tho jwssiblc loss is $0,851
and the actual loss $510.
In 4 ho lavcrago building fired the
low was 7 1-2 per cent of tlio
valuo and tho iusuranco was 50 per
cent of tho valuo.
Dayton has an rca 11 1-2 squaro
milw and 109 firemen, Nino fires
spread to 0110 building and eleven
It's Only Natural
That the people would take advantage of a real saving such
as Is oflered by our remodeling sale. Buy your wall paper,
y pictures, etc., now as hundreds of people are already doing.
y Only a short time till our workmen begin, so don't delay.
V We must have room.
. ' " ' " I. .I
the DHLS DECORATING CO.
rrf Now is
2 order for your winter's supply.
1 The Wollenweber Lumber Co.
to moio than two.
The foregoing figures furnish tho
highest praise of the efficiency of
the fire department of these three
. D. S. CREAMER.
Stato Firo Murshal.
Stirring Services are Held Friday
The lent meeting of Wesley M.
E. church it .the earner of Wood
nnd Mound streots was uttended by
a Jargo crowd. Friday evening, tho
tent being packed to its capatity.
The evangelist. Rev. E. T. Bow
die of Lima, preached an excellent
sermon on u text taken from He
brews, 12-1. Following tho sermon
thoro wus an altar call and a num
ber of seekers. Ono particularly
bright conversion is leportcd.
Thero will be services tonight and
nil day Sundny.
and SOFT COAL
the time to
will close out at prices
Keep Good Time?
If not, bring it to us.
Wo mako old
Watches run liko
new. Our Charges
G. W. BOWERS
Don't Forget Your Tickets
Rrmg your tickets and come to the
drawing tomorrow night at 8:30 p. m.
Marlon Clothing & cloak Co.