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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. WED1TESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4.1907
Only a nickel admis
sion to the best treat
of your life.
snap that is maldng home
vjei on 10 its curves.
They nreo fai
to tee them. They are
exclusive ho fnr ns Har
lon is concerned, and
no mistake. Ir ii'a a
suit or overcoat come
Maker of good clothes.
A Ws shipment of fancy
Now Yoik Stato Pluma. Lom
bards. Bluo Gage and Brad
ohAwTvAlBO small bluo ones.
Any sizo pickles rort can
ning. Leavo drdcru a day or
two ahead of tho day you
Citatum tut twiuitiflej tin hulr. 1
rrouuKei imunaii, kiuwiu.
Waver 'alU to )ltore amy
lr to ii Youtljful Color. I
OmU Klp OlrnKf U lilr falling. I
JtiL. ...!. I l.litr llrtiOTl.t.
BricR Comenh LimSand,
Wall Plaster, $cvor Pipe.
Price &, Hurley
N. Prospect St. Phono 284
- - OHLS -
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Jv Jsgr" '' "'-' H
Puts Stop to Half Holiday
CLERKS NOT SATISFIED
Claimed They Tried to Dic
tate to Employers.
Merchants Who were Making Plana
for the ftext Yoar 1'u't Lid on for
BceaiiM! I hey tried to diolnto to
tlioir employers tho retail clerks
or the ty will no! gel nuother ImlC
day off as wh announced somo time
ago nor will any elTort lie made by
Hie employers to hnVotbu Store clo3
ed one iifteriinon n week nct sum
mer us was originally intended.
About August 1 the Merchant's
association decided to enter into an
agreement l olosu nil of tho retail
stores an I he city at noon tho last
iwo Wrdmdn.v9 in I1k month
Tiic Idea was favorably received by
all of the uierelmuls who were
anxious In givo their clerks a cou
ple of half holidays in addition to !
their regular vacations.
Many of the clerks, it is said,
didn't take favorably to tho idea
oc closing' two half days and they
demanded thai tho employers select
a date on which to closp dining I hu
entire day. De.spito tlu controversies
the stores wero closed a week ago
last Wednesday hut last Wednesday
they were ojwu as usuul and it is
stated thnt tho other half holiday
will not .bo given.
"T think that the dorks acted in
a. very peculiar manner," Enid a
prominent business man this morn
ing "Tho eployers tried to givo
them two hull? holidays during tho
mouth hut they wauled to have
things their way and deinnnded a
whole day. The result was that
thoy got, one half holiday hut they
will not get t,hn second one.
It was fir the purpose of tho
jmsociat?pn in arranging for tho
hair holidays this year to ifollow it
hy securing an agreement' to close
all of tho si ores in the city every
Wednesday afternoon during June,
July and August of next year. Tho
employers are- oblo to got away for
a day or a half day whenever Ihey
ehooso hut tho clerks aro not. Tho
employers arranged the hall holiday
for flic benefit of the clerksj in
addition to I heir regulnr vat'otions
hut Hie clerks did not want them
so the idea will ho d roped for nil
A lazy man -Goes fur, and he who
'ihuns labor liitm". -tmihlv
CASTOR 1 A
For Infanta nnd OhilUron.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought
j Tho "Eaton Tlurlbut" first
Jr t 1.t In IffimlnM lilt lid frtrt AT
ponslvo for ordinary lot'tor writ
rerontly. Oth'ar brandu
Tells of Barbarous
YEARS OFTEN REQUIRED
To Decorate the Face of one
Interesting Account ot u Remarkable
People 1b Given at the Marlon
Bom In tho wilds or Northern Now
Zealand, among cannibals pi tno
worst sort, adopted whon ho was
twelve years of age by an English
lady ot wealth, who was struck with
his nnnonrnnce nnil manner, given
tho host education thnt money could
procure, grndmited from Christ
Church University with high honor,
and tho dogreo ot Mnstor ot Arts
when quite young, and for over
quarter of a contury an educator
whose aim has been to uplift and civ
ilize his countrymen. Such Is a
short biography of ftnwel (a Maori
Now Zealand native) who with his
picturesque family Is appearing at
(he Marlori Family theatio this week
In a novelty act portraying South
Sea Island native lite.
Mr, Itawel speaks In glowing terms
TATTOOED NATIVE NEW ZEALANDER.
Tho cut Is an Excellent Likeness of a Prominent Chief. tho Grand
father of Mr. Rnwci. Who This W:ck i3 Appearing at tho
Marion Tamily Theater.
of bis raco and declares that tho
conlus of the New .calnnder Is little
short of marvelous. They seem to
haven natural girt tor carving, win -
out mathematical Instrulmentu. the
trnoness of tho lines on tho figures
they produco Is astonishing. Their
., i,nn,ia nrn tine, sneclnioiis of
iiM, nnrvlnc- also their whero-punls
(native houses), the entrnnco to
which, with tho rafters and panels
show tho Inventiveness o tholr
minds, tho correctness ot their eye,
and the deftness or their Angora. Add
to theso carved feed howls, musical
instruments and gods, and It will ho
realized that genius In art Is a pre
dominant trait of this nntlvo peo
ple. All this lino work, .Mr. iinwoi uo-
claros Is done with Hint and siieii
chisels of their own manufacture;
the former for tho coarso worH, tho
latter for the llnest linos. Tho his
tory or tho Maoris' Is Itopt on carved
tables nnd posts. Certain figure
stnnd for noted chlofs, nnd tho oth
er engraved signs for tho deeds and
events for which their live? wore
rninous, Tho nosts very nenrly vo-
semhlo tho totem poles of tho Alas-
A HUWAHFUL CUSTOM.
Tattooing Is an objectionable cus
tom of tho pooplo, for tho tattooing
In Mnorlland Is no pricking in n
I pattern with Indian Ink, as prac
ticed among sailors nnd others. It
Is a moro fearful process. The man
who Is to bo tattooed Is held and
tho designs, every ono different from
tho other, Is chlsoled In bv tho nrtlpt.
Tho poor bleeding faco Is powdered
'with specially prepared charcoal, nnd
tho object Is a sad sight , Tho op
ator's pattom Is In hia mind and
ho works away as though carving a
pleco of stono or wood. What can ho
dnuo In this lino must bo scon to
be believed, and one can woll Jniag
Ino tho oxcruelatliyr pain In the, pro
cess of such facial ornamoittatlons,
and In tho succeeding weeks whoa
tho subject has to llo bv for recovery.
After death tho hcada of tattooed
persons urof removed and carefully
prescrvew by a secret drying and
smoking process, aftor which thoy
aro numbered and arranged on large
tables In u burial cave, where thoy
remain In n jierfort condition for
hundreds of years,
The sttldyof the various patterns
trncod upon' those heads Is one of
cotisldornhlQdlfflculty and ot corre
sponding Interest. Where the Maoris
took the. Idea ot his spirals and
curves fronT' Is a question open to
discussion; btft there Is no doubt
that ho Is n jmliifltnklng and conscien
tious crdftinlah In Imprinting them
on his subject,' No black and white
draughtsman no woodcutter, etcher
or line engravers nniong Europeans
works with Blower deliberation. Inch
by Inch the 'Hncfl are cut or pricked
out on the quivering, but infllncblng
human copper plate
The bloodis wined nwav with a
llttlo scraped "flax, and tho bluo die
or stain nibUjclrin. In the courso of
weeks, tnonllior years, ns leisure or
endurance pqrmlts. the work Is com
Air, rtnwel, and his family aro cul
tured and gifted people and their
coming to Marlon has awakened In
terest In onogf the most Interesting
of nil sotnl-savago rares
Of Wesley MJfli. Church to Meet
The Womanjs. Homo Missionary
society of Wesley M. 13. Church will
meet at tho homo or Mrs. John Man
ley, on West cjnter street, Thursday
afternoon at 2?o'cIoclt . The follow
ing program linti been prepared for
Tho topic for discussion Is "Indians
'and Spanish Spealtlngjd'oople."
I ainglns, "Rpwiip .tjffljPerlsliliiB."
lllhlo reading MarJ.twelfth clian-
Ilendlng. "An Indhw Funeral
jMrs, Oeorge Ki-nvonJf
Ueadlng. n.'pnuwft Industrial
Ilusluess gessiiui diirliic which dues
can bo paid.
The W. C. T 113311 meet at the
same time ns piacojgraud will begin
the program at ( Qlclock T
rJTAr&l. fPrtr. ...Ill
ru 1 1 1
bo served by t li . hostess froi
III 1 lid
to ii p. m in'- puni
... . . -"Mi
Is Invited to
aitenu mo meeting
i.Mr. I.co .MiiI-iuqS
Mr. Hoy Jlc
Kiirty. Air. .lames
Viewr lRoscnhi'igoir. Yallio
Rohiiisoiii Sidney 'Avlft Slack.
John V. lioomis
V, O. Johnson
t, t, llnllsej.
Khorhart. ('. 1''
fo C, Keller.
s it. .lurmatii
Tii Mr. Didd.
1 Frank Onrno
i.Liiiiiiiiuu, v iiiiuru
Holland. l A.
nnlis. Delia llcywngil, .Mrs. Vina
T.ust. Misrf Mnry Ipfachart, Mrs.
Alhoit Huiies. HjiS'" Titsworth.
Miss hiilii fiardnojfiQlrs. Claude
flraiuioi'. Mis. Ij&y'a Edwards.
Mrs, Jr. Ii. DearpjiMiss Martha
J. Cellars. Mis.Wrtmas Bryant.
Mr. IT. A. Lainms;Locnl Offlco
Tho Delaware Merenmill; Co.i Dnni
Dimore Bungary. SlKi
M. D. DTOTnON. P. M.
Sco tho Art Unurjtnngo hnko In
lneo minutes this affifijjlnji,
"Experience." sahnTelo Eben, "l
s good teacher, butjpUooesn't hesi
tate 'bout nmliln ajKliplur wear a
dunce cap," Wasblnston'atar.
nelmcr Coro Lindsay, son of Henry
C. and Clara Bolt Lindsay, was born
July 23rd, 100C, and departed thin
llfo September 1st, 1007, aged one
year and nlno days,
In this world of care and pain,
Lord, thou wcnildst no longev leavo
To tho sunny heavenly pluln .
O'hdu dost nowwlth Joy receive him;
Clothed In robofi of spotless white
Now ho dwells with Then In light
Whoreforo should I make my moan,
Now tho darling child Is dead'
He to early rest has gone.
He to paradlso has fled;
I shall go to him, but he
Never shall return to me.
Owing to heavy traftlo and several
freight difficulties, Krle train No. :i
was this morning, live hours lute.
A special train, composed ot ono
baggage and two passeugor coaches
was made up nt the local station.
.A voHtlliulo car fllled will1 Chlnem
onronto to Hong Kong, from the
oast, passed through .Marlon late this
afternoon on Krle train No. 3,
W. H. Henderson, Pennsylvania
train mnsler, was a visitor In tho
local yards today.
John Mason, ot Oallon, has been
promoted to tho position of yard
master at Mansfield . Mr. Mason Ik
an efficient lalliovtl man and Is
well known In this city
W O, Cooper, Krle road foreman
of engines, called on friends In this
city last night while onroute to Chi
cago to attend the convention of the
load foremen held them this week.
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
Relieves Colds by working tho in
out of tho system through a copious
and healthy action of tho bovols.
Relieves Coufhs by cleansing and
strengthening tho mucous mem
branes of tho throat, chest, lungs and
Conforms to National
Pure Food and Drug Law
For Croup, Whooping Cough, La
Grippe, Influenza, Bronchitis, nnd
ill Coughi, Colds, Lung and Bron
chial uffections no remedy is equal
to Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup.
Children liko it.
Put up Irv i3c, SOo and $1.00 bottles
at tho Laboratory of
Pleasant to take
Children like it.
Sold by E
O Ooo and Tflchanen
Ono of tho beauties of the stago
season In 11 now musical comedy.
her scrvlcou aro coveted by many
lUtcnle Ling, and her husband la a
Even to the most
! none will Iiuddgii
should, wo hope
'i tlini. xvf nnvvv n
?i to the iniured.
. .. "
( large shipmtmt. ol
and of the beat material.
8:30 a. in. to 12:30 a in.
United in Marriage to
Doth Bride and Groom are Fopulaj
Yotinu People of the City
Mf llnel Oleno Haniliart and
Mr. John 1 Zeisler were niar-
ned at 0 o'clock Wednesday morii
uig nt tho homo of the bride 'h
patents Mr. and Mrs. Martin lianr
bait, on Oluey 'nvenno. The cere
mony was witnessed by n small
company of friends and icl.itive.
The announcement of the wedding
of Ilii'M. young people comes as -a
pleasant surprise to their ninny
friends. The bride was a member
ol the class which graduated from
the local High school in l!H)0.
The groi.m is an excellent young
man employed ns a blacksmith )
tho Muvioii Steam Shovel company.
Thoy ifill mako theiv home in this
fltnto of Oblo. City or Toledo, I.ucns
Kranlc .1. Cheney makes un oath
hat lie Is enlor partner of the firm
cf V .1. Cheney & Co.. olng buslnesn
In the City of Toledo, County uml
r'tatc aforesaid, and that said linn
t. ill pav the sum of ONI! HUNDUUD
DOI.LAUS for each and eery case
ef Catarrh that cannot bo cured b
he us,- or Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK .1. CHRNIJY.
Sworn to heroin mo and subscribed
ii my presence, this (ith day of De
cember A. D . 1880.
A. W. OU3ASON.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Mall's Catarrh Cure Is taken in
eriially. and acts directly on the
bluod and mucous surfaces of the
vsiem. Send for testimonials five
F. .1. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by all Druggists. 75o.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
tipatlou. L6TTA FAUST.
Is Miss Lotta Fnusr, who will appear next
She Is hb clover iib she Is attractive, uud
manage! s. In private life she la Mrs
ill HaDDeo 1
1 h W
careful. We hope -j-
to vou, but if one b
you will remember jjj
i'nl! linft ni unirlHM tl
We iust received a ;Ii
" . .
crutches, all sizes (fJ
4. 00 p. m. to 7:00 p. m. a;
Free Duliverv. ll
115 W. Ccater St.
WW;'' !!! HmniMIISlll niUdUHlHM
Is towing daily. A few
pairs low shoes yet to
close. Nice new line for
pav you to take a
rn 'hftnr liminrr
. ..,. .... , ...&
1. M, HBYFER
212 W. Contor St.
I .- w. jxjr -ajJi
not to shrink r fade and
wu guarantee to do hatteu
berg allover laco or drawn
work without ruining the
srannont ot breaking a thread
DON'T BEND YOUll WORK
OUT OP TOWN. Wo can do
it and do l RIGHT. We
are French axy cleaners.
There is n othora
112 Court Street, Marion, O.
Oooda called for and deliv
ered Phono 1051.
P 8. Second hand cloth
ing bought nnd Bold. Suit
sponged and pressed, 7Co.
-vo seii Accident
AUvery low prices. Secure
yourself ajjainsit loss or
accidetit or slcuneu.
I. O. O. F. B1X)0K.
Egg 0 See Corn
Flaked and toasted
crisp delicious und fine
TOR SALK AT
F. J. LUSGH
N.B. Cor. StuU ft Cuutr CU.
Peru Has Loftiest City.
The loftiest city in tho world ia
Pasco. Peru. It in 140715 f .......
ho sea, and It nearly always freeze
mo.u 111 1110 Biiatie, I'asco Is famoua
for Its rich sllvor inluoa.
Always. Remember the Full Name
f axalive romo lubnia