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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1907.
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DBMOORATIO COUNTY TICKET.
,u Tor Representative
I WILLIAM T. SMITH.
y. DEMOORATIO CITY TICKET.
fc For Solicitor"
L .5WILLIAM P. MOLONEY.
U For Auditor
U,.' HARRY S. ELLIOTT.
Z For Treasurer
& CLAUDE D. WALTERS.
, For President of Council
MSAMUEL B. LIPPINOOTT.
For Council at Largo
ARTHUR W. BRYANT
. r BENJAMIN F. WAPLES
HENRY A. SOHULER.
or Board of Public Service
J. O. ANTHONY.
THOMAS J. MEAD.
For Board of Education
FRED E. QUTHERY
J. WILBUR JACOBY.
For Ward Councilman
First Ward-G. W. NEELY.
Second Ward-tf. J. RUDOLPH,
fhird Ward-B. B. CARTER.
Fourth Ward-J. W. HURR.
DR. C. P. GAILEY.
For Justice of Peace
CHARLES H. CONLEY.
CHARLES E. GOMPF.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET INTO ACTION
The delegates to Saturday's con
vention, the democrats and all of
the- people of Marion county aro to
be ! congratulated upon tho
dono by convention which placed
in nomination, William T. Smith,
of jthis city, for the oillce of rep
resentative in the next General As
eenjbly. TJie contest in the convention was
lively but not heated, it was not a
bitjor fight such us too frequently
occurs in meetings of its kind.
There was a rivalry between the
aspirants for the place, but it was
friendlv and the hearty good willi'
with which the delegates joined in
making the nomination of Mr.
Smith unanimous showed that tho
rivalry was: forgotten when tho se
lection was made.
Mr. .Smith, tho nominee, is one
of iho best known young democrats
in 'the county. lie has by persistent
efforts succeeded in establishing a
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DiuineM in luanon wu.cu is m ,
mean importance. 'Wherever ho w
known ho is respected for his up
rightness in business affairs. He is
a thinker, tx man who has ideas
nnd is not afraid to back them
with his best efforts, is a forcible
debater, being capable of present
ing his views in a clealj cut man
ner, and above all 1S a man so thor
oughly honest thathe cannot be in
fluenced to do twit wj(ich he does
not believe to bo right and just.
With a man like William Smith in
JLET US SHOW YOU
er Hae of 50 cent fiction
A choice lino of the popular
Cefiyrights that Kited original
ly at $1.5o. Now
C. G. Wiant
BOOKSELLER AND flTATIONE.
Tlw goHJ of Post Pr,
the legislature, Mnrion county will
bo well lepicsonted. Would that n
n,:,M '" "3 stripo couiu uo bom
1,rniH a dtetrlct !n 01lio .
The delegates to the convention
. performed their duties well. It now
leiitiiins for tbo democrats of the
county to bo ns faithful to their
j party a the delegates wcro to the
voters who elected them. No voter
who believes in tbo principles ot
democracy can afford to stay nt
homo on election day. I,t may bo a
littlo early in tho campaign to be
gin talking, but it is never too
early lo begin thinkiug, and now,
beforo tho boat of tho campaign
is tho 4imo to dotormiuo to givo
tho party your best efforts. Vic
tory this fall in the election of n
stato legislator, epclU victory next
fall when tho samo office must bo
filled and when tho man electe'd
will Lavo a voice in tho election of
tho noxt United States senator. If
sleepers remain in camp this fall
they need not expect to awaken
in u year from now and accomplish
what tiiould have been accomplished
a year previous. Democrats, Re
publicans, Prohibitionists, Social
ists, and members of all other
parties mo hiuitily tired of eoqior-
iition bona tors. Tbo demnnd that
they bo retired to privato lifo is
almost universal. If you have an
interest in National affairs, if you
desiro to see Ohio represented in
tho country 'is 'highest legislative
body, if you desire to seo Marion
County represented in the General
Assembly by a man who will rep
resent the iKtoplc, then get awake,
shako tho dust fiom your, clothes
and get into line and never drop
out until the polls have closed on
election day and William T. Smith
sent tov faithfully, honestly, fear
lessly and capably represent tho
people of Marion county in tho
The battle ships uro to sail for
I he Pacific Coast on December 15th.
The trip will cost hundreds of
thousands of dollars for extra; coal
and colliers to carry it. What good
it will do to send all tho battlo
ships on this long cruise is a
conundrum that, only the Adminis
tration can solve. Tho demonstra
tion was first arranged as an ans
wer to the warlike talk of the
.Japanese, hut as peace and good
will prevail with that country
thcio now must bo some other rea
son that President Roosevelt docs
ot wish to divulge.
The federal ollke holders and
their friends of Fort tScott gave
Secretary Tnffc a royal reception
presented him with '"a mas-
hive tin dinner pail which held
six gallons and was made to typify
the full dinner pail campaign only''
work1 w'?s notieablo that tho striking
telegraphers and other workingmen
lid not join in tho demonstration
Of course, the ollico holders din
ner pails are til ways full as long
.is they do service to the party
Those Pennsylvania state house
grafters aio certainly strenuous fel
lows. Having stolen everything
they could lay their hands on they
ire now trying to steal tho evid
ence ot their btculings, which has
been collected and filed at Har
t'isbiirg. Thoso people of Pennsyl
vania allOng themselves Republi
cans, however, consider all this ex
cusable, or they would not continuo
to vote to keep tho rascals in pow
er. flovnrnor Hii"lip-i wli hns mlnritptl
ho or(linary lwUical d0(1e of vis
ltIff tho c0untry fairs gay3 th(
public conscience is awake". Ho
will also find that the Oyster Hay
boss is very much awake to tho
Hughes scheme to control tho Newjir Federal courts by numerous rul-
York delegation to tho Republican
Tim Taft swim' around tlm .!i-Mn
had all tho assistance tho Federal 'flJMU9jr Sl'"!" ,J0 Pt to thlnH
ollico holders and the Associated SST'SSS.ZZ Kng
Press could givo and made tho poor irrled.'paMoilger(j nf'rf rate of l 07
littlo Fairbanks boom, that ho was V"t8 ,',''," h "offr" position to claim
trying to cultivate on (he same i1' a tw-"nt rate is confiscation.
k " 'x t;" ,":","?. -Lwi; z,:r, assas
liko a tield of buckwheat hit by n rvor theso points hecause It has nov
hail storm. ," regarded tho Hat and universal
. ' jlvo-cent enactment as Ideal or even
If them is any one event that htelllgent legislation. It waH corn
shows tho incapacity of tho Renuli. I'0'lcd tD recognize It as tlfo ddflulte
li..nn ,i.v it U n.nt M,n ,n,n.,f
ie Panama Canal is taken out of
1110 nanus or. politicians and given
to the onginors of tho army to
nulinl tt Ali l.! i ii 1
tho talk of omft ,nnsna.
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What Others Say.
Tho first Informatory noto that
lomes to hand in relation to the ro-
:cnt observation ot tho planet Mara
s from Professor Pcrclval Lowell,
lid it 'Is "ifo tho effect that Mars is
ho nbode'bf; Inlblllgcht, constiuctlvo
lfc, and that the so-called "canals"
Jscqvcrcd by Schlaparclll, and whiwh
lave ben a subject for dispute of
ong years, are undoubtedly the worlt
f this lntelllKeuco Tho observation
of Mars, tho planet having been In
pposltlon for some time, lias been
if special Interest becauso of tho
act that tho little world Is almost nt
ho minimum dlstanco from the earth,
nil so far south in Its apparent rein
ion to tho earth ns to make It pos
I ble for astronomers who established
tatlons lii South America to sco tho
alanct almost In the zenith; and
mis, with the stalons high In tho
viro atmosphere of tho mountains,
U1U1U U(UUR'U lUi uiijumtu UUSVl VU"
It need not bo doubted that Mars Is
nhabltcd, and that by some mll
lona of intelligent beings; but tho
ttrnctlon of gravitation Upon tho llt
lo globe, about ono-hnlf tho bulk of
ho earth, is so slight compared with
hat which obtains with us that all
Ivlng nnd moving creatures would
ccossarlly be so different to earth
lfc as to tio Inconceivable to us. It
;i of scientific demonstration that
i lite unquestionably of all tho satel
Itcn of the millions or suns which
re nightly seen In tho heavens are
o nv, or have been, or may be, inlinb
ted by Intelligent creations. Kvcn
Ii tho caso of planets which, like
Uranus and Neptune, receive little
Ight and heat from tbo sun, on ae
on nt of their vast distance from tUM
cntral luminary, thero may bo a
lino In their exlstcnco when for myr
nds of years they arc fitted for such
nbltatlon by reason of Intrinsic con
itlous. It Is one thing to assert this by a
1 roccss of deduction, science having
cmonstratcd thntccrtalu conditions
nust Inevitably produco certain kinds
f life, and to assert that Mars is
nhabltcd becauso tho telescope rc
cals artificial operations In tho form
'f "canals" .which could liavo been
onstructed only by beings of wondcr
il intelligence, Invention nnd Indust
y, possessing marvelous mechanical
Sowers for dltch-dlgglng which
Vould bo an Invaluable acquisition
n tho construction of tho Panama
(inal. It Is qulto likely that some-
hing will bo added by recent ex
ertional, observation to tho sum ot
lartlaivi knowledge In regard to tho
ihyslcat constitution of the littlo
lanot; but tho clearest, most lndls-
utablo 'demonstration will bo do-
uanded before scientists generally
v- ill accept Professor IxiwcU's dcclar-
tlon of CTmuIatlvo evidence that tho
reaturcs of Mars hold tho record
t canal builders. Is It ically not
tghly Important whether Mars Is or
not Inhabited. What wo shall do
vitli our own teeming billions is a
inch more vital consideration. Pltts
.CJAINST T.HK TWO-CENT LAW..
Tho decision of a Piilladclphla court
oldlng tho two-cent-a-mllo act un-
i institutional Is not fully coniiuslc,
luco decisions holding lcglslatvc
nactments Invalid can hardly bo re-
arded as final until they uro nf
b mod by tho Stato Supremo Court.
.idecd, after United States courts
I ivo Intervened In Stato legislation
in this very Issue, thero Is n a sug-
I 'stiou that In natural justlco thero
nould bo an appeal to those courts
n dofenso of tho law. Nor is tho
ullng entirely unexpected, sinco tho
esort to a Philadelphia court of a
airporation that has accepted a slm-
lar enactment without contest in
i 'her States Indicates a Judicious
b rceptlon of tho quarter where tho-
t 'les of law favdrablo to it wcro
lost likely to prevail. Though tho
t nil decision must conio from hlgh-
' courts tho Philadelphia decision
-eates a presumption as to what
f. o ultimato ruling will bo in Penn-
I'lvanla; and it may bo added that
ci legal praotlco an appeal on tho
mrt of tho stato from, Its own
H urts to tho United States tribunal
Could bo difficult.
Pending tho question whether this
1 iclsion will bo reviewed on appeal it
s hardly necessary to discuss exhaust
ve y tho reasoning on which the act
s held Invalid. It is enough to pay
mat the principal point of law nf
llrmed, viz, that tho charter of tho
I onnsylvanla Railroad gives jt im-
Jg as ueen
uiimy irom- legislative reuulatlnn.
coiurauicteu In tho lilch
ugs yet unreversed. On Mm m,..
J'on of fact, whether tho two-cont
ato Is confiscatory, there is a inn?
''mount to bo said on lmth ni.in..
''"easuro permitted by political and'
fnrnnmfn Inflnhnnna Tint Atiflrnltr
part rrom tho legal questlon.Jt was!
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(to be recdgnlzed that the nrbltrafy
two-cent rate' might easily ljamper
nnrl n1istinrf Mia flAVnlnnmnnf nt nnfifl
'Wr ?"'" " I'nch or now lines
Whore the cost of service -was great-
Our Hen's suits are
shops of the very best,
for your choosing.
THE TAILORING IS PERFECT.
THE FABRIC3 UNUSUALLY HANDSOME
We sell you the best suits produced in
America at thtse prices
$7.50 to $20
Our whole store is now aglow with the spirit
of autumn. A cordial welcome awaits you.
I. MARX X SONS
cr. Por this reason, and with recog
nition of tho possibility of an ad
vcrso Judicial result, "Tho Dispatch
constantly urged that1 the full duty
ot regulation would ;rio be discharged
unless the Pennsylvania Legislature
did what was dono In -Now York, I
c, create a commission with power
to investlcato tbo . " conditions sur
rounding each ratO(tconiplnlncd of,
and to direct changes In such as wcro
found to bo unreasonable or to
involve Improper "discrimination.
In default ot this having been dono
it Is not flattering to our Stato leg
islation to contemplate tho state in
which matters aro "left on tho as
sumption that tho "Philadelphia de
cision is sustained.' The one meas
ure which the politicians ot both
parties specifically -promised in tho
Stato campaign Is' left In the Invalid
i lass and becomes a mero delusion,
lint tho general promise of effective,
regulation has not even that pre
teiiBo of performance. Tho nets to
enforce tho constitutional provisions
wcro emasculated by trivial penal
ties, and n commission was created
without power to enforce tho correc
tion of a single unjust rate.
It Is plain that. if. the Republican
party of Pennsylvania acquiesces In
this result of Its roform legislation It
will simply go on. record as adding
another oxnmplqtpthc list of enscs
In which tbo pcoplofhavo been fooled.
To make good tho true meaning of
tho pledges, tho -necessity must bo
rpcognlzcd of legislation that will
itroMldo Idffcdtlvo rcjsiilatlon. Tho
illspatch has no ideHlresor. liking for
nrbltrary legislative prescription pt
any rales. But there,' should be ef
fective nnd exemplary' penalties for
violation of the constitutional pro
visions. Thero should; bo an impar
tial commission with power to cor
rect unjust rates Hack of nil as a
remedy for pcrslHtontOj.and flagrant
vlolntlon of public rlghtsT thero should
be n general provision. -for tho excr
ciso of that powrr doc1nrcd by tho
Stnto Supremo Courti'iearly sixty
years ago to bo Inherent,' namely, tho
forfeiture of rharteravor mlsuso or
abuso of their powers. Pittsburg Dis
THU PLKVELAND CONSCRIPT.
It Is with tho blcssfug of President
Roosevelt that Representative Theo
dore B. Burton renounces his sen
atorial ambitions, sacrifices, a brilliant
Congressional career and undertakes
to displace Tom L Johnson as May
or of Cleveland. '.c'. ,
After n period of reluctance, with
mingled modesty and i, prldo , Mr.
Burton nnuounccs his candidacy
with tho statement: '."I liavo re
ceived letters from President Roose
velt nnd Secretary Taft,' 'and liavo
talked with Secretary Garfield, whoso
opinions liavo aided mo In reaching a
decision. At an early1 date tho vlows
of each of them may bo , made pub
On his personal credentials, oven
without President Roosevelt's O. K.
Mr. Burton holds good tltlo to tho
esteem of tho people' of 'Cleveland.
First of all, ho applies business Ideas
to public affairs. HQhas been eight
times elected to Congress, twice with
out Democratic opposition. Ho lins
Fcrved with great ' distinction ns
aiialrmnn of the Rivers "and Harbors
Coniinltteo nnd innlntiiTncd a com
manding position lit tlio'Houso by his'
nhlllty nnd independence Ho has
nlso combatted tho Administration's
policy of oxtrnvnganKnaval expendi
tures nnd set a dangprdus example
to the majority by Insisting on strict
economy. i,V"' -
Cloveland 13 a Democratic rltv.
Tom Johnson Is se'rvlng his third
term and will b0 renominated. HJs
fight for threp-cont Tares 'ti'nd munl
rlpal operation of tho", faff eot railways
has been popular. ''-
But President Roosovolt has hln
own precedent for raising nn admin
istration candldato Inatlocal contest
outside, his own Stftjkjr Ho backed
x ' 1. "uhmj jngainsi Mayor
Duuno and inunlninikVJc.nwiinpai,in in
Chicago so what Is thorb Inconsistent
inn uraiung Representative Burton
to run ngalriBt MityVr, Johnson nnd
municipal ownership hi Clayolahd?
If ovrythliig turns out well wltv
Tar', E.i"r ,,,l'B "l! Secretary
Taft should piofit iioxfFybar. But Tom
Johnson was nholoctmf 'by 7,000 ma.
2!?"n! In c"88pr;Mr; Burton's
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.COST OP PASSIUKflBIl M-flAUOin
T P PASSBNpiin, TRAPFIC,
foro tho master ppplnted by
re ready I
fresh from the
makers and are
Judge Pritchard to tako testimony
In tho Southern Itnlway rnto caso,
Mr. Evans of the Loulsvlllo & Nash
ville road was called as ail export. Ho
testified that tho railroad company
Is losing money hauling passengers
at tho rato llxcd by tho North Caro-
llna law. Ho averred that it costa
25 per cent more per mllo to oiiernto
ocal trains than through trains. On
cross-cxnniinatlon ho admitted ho
was merely giving his opinion, based
pon his personal experience nnd ob-
ervntlon, and that roads with which
ho had boon connected never kopt
any system of books that would show
ho rclatlvo difference In cost be
tween local and through business.
It is a bit difficult to understand
why Mr. Kvnns wns called as nn
expert witness, and It Is ustouudlng
to bo Informed by nn "expert" wit
ness that railroads do not keep
train operation. As n matter of
fact, wo know that sonio railroads
do keep such accounts and nearly
analytical records of tho costs of
nil manufacturing concerns have
laborato systems for. keeping "shop
costs." Wb may add tho public will
never concede tho contention of rail
roads concerning the cost of any par
ticular traffic until they demonstrate
it by honest, itemized statements.
AVo do not recall over having seen
any reports concerning tho cost of
operating local or through trains on
tho Southern Railway. But wo do
recall soveral ablo articles comparing
such traffic on, greater railroad sys
tems. Theso papers aro Written by
competent engineers, after painstak
ing research, and tho consensus of
opinion represented therein' Is that
cost of traffic bears direct relation
to tho speed at which trains aro op
erated, and tho value of equipment
used in operation. Thus, a train
traveling CO miles 'an hour costs
much moro per mllo than ono trav
eling :;o miles nn hour. In these
comparisons careful account has
been taken of tho cost of stopping
nnd starting, which, ot course, Is
greater in tho caso of local trains.
Moreover, mnlntonanco of wny en
hances In cost of proportion to tho
speed of tho fastest trains. Highest
speed and costliest equipment are
employed In long-dlBtnnco traffic,
that Is, Inter-Stato business. Laying
aside tho question or apportionment
of nmlntennnco of wny cost, it will
110 difficult for nny expert to pro-
sent actual figures to show the local
pnsbongcr trains cost moro per mllo
for operation thnn through trains.
MOROCCO M1A1Y CHANGE PAST.
In sonio respects Morocco has
waited until the right timo for
wakening. Natural conditions in tho
land of the Moors fit in well with
the ulectiic ago. It would have been
impossible for Hint country to de
velop as fast at any former peilod
as it may when good government
makes business enterprise? securo
nnd protects foreigners in their iust
Morocco is poor in fuel. Com
paratively little of its area is cov
ered with timiher o.vcept in purls
of the Altlns Mountains, nnd thero
aro no coal mines, whatever mnv
bo discovered in tho way of minora!
wealth when the rnuntrv can he
thoroughly examined, But while
there nrc few rivers nnd ,iho
streams are mostly small and un
certain, the torrents which dash,
down from the mountains imvo urcnt'
Txwer possibilities. They plungo
from such heights that n vorv mod
onite volumo of wntor. ehn furnish
1 Fir that reason it will,, ho pog.
fdhlo to mako trollev Hues fny in
Morocco whore toain railroads
would bring, henvv' Josses upon their
builders and' owners. The motive
power can be pbfyined jYm" tho
mounlnin slmVn)?"'nio,grmlig will
cos(, little in n land s0 drv and
noop, nnd Ihqn are possihifllies of
jndiiRlrinl dovelopment enough to
'"Nure fail' pnhvminfe riovlnP only
t'mt llieio shall ho gdnd ..govern
irr"'. Mnrnofo lins -OH" of. the- flUPS,t
-li-nnln in f'-o ivorldi opiop:ni n
inlnr. oc xvhat tvxiRaS Tor ivipln.
'i . T j - vn.rjnn (.)ocn onoi'Mi
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' -0 ,jn i,0 nln(v of nnvoltlpq in
Morocco ,to intorest tourists from
countries' inlmbited, by white men.
Tho wintor plensuro-sccUors may
yet bo an important source of
It is tfvido'iit that tbo Moore aro
likely (o witness extremely rapid
chnnges for so old nnd slow-moving
a land as Morocco, They arc
about to be forced out into tho
world's great currents soolicr than
they would have been if they wore
not so ignorant, bigoted and turbu
lent. Cleveland Loader.
Bridge Gives Way When
They Were Returning
from a Ball Game.
Piudlay, Sept. 10. At least four
..nnitln .trrtn nnttfiitu1 v l.illlrnfl nllfl 1(10:
people were submerged in tho Blanch
ard river lato Sunday afternoon while
on their way homo from a ball game,
as a result of tho breaking down
of tho Spindle street suspension foot
brjdge in tins city.
Tho Injured are: Miss Hlltia Out
felt, aged 17, back badly sprained;
George Davis, Internally Injured.
Glenn Hardy, aged 12, badly bruised
and Internally Injured.
MrH. N. llnhro KnrlnunW liiirt
about tho face and Internally Injured,
more wore a number of narrow
escapes from drowning,
Tho giving away of tho bridge was
caused by the breaking or a cable
that supported ono of the sides, sup
posedly by tho excessive weight that
wns on It at the tlmo. At the" point
Where the brldco broke a Tarcn snnf
tary sower runs Into tho river and
tbo people who went down scrambled
around In llvo feet ot tho nithlrsf
sort of water. v
Included in tho list or tiioso who
woro on tbo brldco at tbn Mum mi
foil Into tho water were n number
or women nnd their cries woro frantic
as SOOn ns tllOV calnnd rnnnolniiaiiniiu
owing to their heroic efforts to frco
Tho structure wns said in bo n fmii
affair nnd Is said to have had con
siderable moro people on It than al
lowed by an ordlnnnco that nnrmitimi
SPECIAL ENGLISH CLA8S-Bccln-
nlng October l.'l'ho School of'Com
merco will start a Speclnl Class In
English, teaching Penmanship,
Arithmetic, Spelling. Reading, Let
ter Writing, Composition, etc A
good clinnco for all deprived' or
early schooling. Teachers, Bauer and
Ellckor. Telcphono 1700. Offlco
open every evening this month.
Lord Mayor Waa a Drummer.
When the piosent lord mayor of
London, Sir William Treloar. nresl-
J dont of tho London branch of the
"United Kingdom Cnmmorcial Travel
ers' association, attended tho annual
dinner of that organization ho told a
story of his early traveling life.
"Forty years ago," lie said, "I called
jn an upholsterer In Southampton,
whoso daughter, n very nice looking
girl, rang the boll for her fnther. As
soon, howovor, as she recognized tho
visitor sho gently called up the stairs:
"'You need not como down, pa; It's
only a commercial I'
"When sho returned to tho shop tho
girl remnrked, with a pleasant smile,.
'I took yon ror a gentleman.' ,
"I npologlzed," ndded tho story tell
er, "and oxprossed my regret that my
appearance, should liavo deceived her.
And so wo became excellent friends."
Cost of all Meats, Excepting I
.PorK Kaisea by tne
, Chicago, Sept. 10. Tho Beef
trust bos' fjcrved notico on wholesale
mnnl ilnnlmv- llinf Jill lneilts. CXC'Cnt
tpork, will bo advance Ho to 4o
a pound. ' '
. This' increase comes W top of,, a
succession or auvauces iuuuu uui
)ng tho year.
Tho restaurants nnd lmtcls hnvo
anticipated tho raiso by advancing
ioukI. Iicnf nuil stmil.-K 10s to 20o all
around. The present retail price oe
1 a i.i 11 t.!.i t ...:,!.!.. ..-
ikvi is iiufi iiignuai. ivmiiu ii;-
ol'y. ThiB, too, in it city wlioro
the trust ' pays jio freight on its
product., Porterhouse steak is 2?o
wild 30o 11 pound. Lamb is the
fenmo nnd mutton 22c.
Not to be; outdone, tho milkmen
have announced a 10 per cent in
crease General proviftion donlors cay that
canned goods, Jjotli vegetables nnd
fruits, will cost thp consumer from
4 to 0 cents moro a can 'tho coming
wiutei' than they est today. .
Business and Professional
LITTLE ADS LIKE THESE
BRIKa PEOPLE TOGETHER WHO
WANT TO DO BUSINESS.
If it isnU a Brunskill Photo it
isn't tho best. It pays to get tho
Best.- They -pro -rondo" fftiUbaiU
JJrunskill Studio. , ;. lg riL
iDon't forgot that wo mako a
specialty of driving rigs Tor plca's
uic or business. . , a$
II. P. PEIMlY'U"nloVStf '
Roth Phones. , J1
tt. MODEL MEAT MARKET. ,yi
Dealer in nil kinds of FreslTand -Smoked
Ments. Sausage etc..
W. O. MERKLE ' I
Both Phones. 140 S. Main St.
.WAHTP. PAPr.TJ. - I
,,, ... , ;
We buy waste paper of all kinds
and descriptions. Also dealer in,
Scrap iron, Mctnls,, Rubber. ,BpU'
ties. Hides. Pells and furs.
P. MAL0. '.'
Both Phones. 282-292 .Farming, St.
STAR BOTTLING WORKS
Manufacturer of carbonated bever"
idges Ginger Alo and Sodas, Selt
zcf and Siphon Mineral Waters.
J. R. SMTH. Prop. ''
Phono 1744. - ' '
Has all kinds of Kodaks and
Caiporas for sale, and every known
supply. Bring your kodako trou
bles to us, wo will sell supplies
iu any quantity at any timo.
PHOTO STUDIO '
Jijco our special Photos for $1.00'
and $1.50 per dozen. Special rates
for the next 30 days.
' 2 O. L FELLISON,
115 East Center St. '
'We linyo tho greatest variety of
city property of any firm in Miir
ion. Wo bnvo business properties
of various kinds to offer for gro
cory stores, restaurants, bakery and
department stores. y' ''
if THE J. W. CLARK,
'; REAL ESTATE CO. i
114 Court StrpotJ
Prof. Frederic Ttterryiriari
Tcachor ol Volco and Piano.
Studio 400 E. Church cor. Vine. .
.Tho pie field is to suffer, too.
Wholesale prices on pics will bo in
creased about '1c per pic
On hearing this nows, tho res
taurant keepers tohl their custom
ers that they will get smaller pieces
of pic for 5e, beginning next week.
Pies now cut for counter trade' in
to four pieces will in tho future"
bo,, cut into six pieces.
Boston and Maine Officials
Give These Figures
as Correct. ''
Concord, N. II., Sept. 10. -With,
fifteen bodies identified, ton unidon"
tifiod in tho locnl morguo and-ono
still remaining at Hanover, officials
of 'tho Boston & Mflino und the au
thorities, at West Canaan; the scene
of yesterday's disastrous collis'ion
between a freight and passenger
train, make tho positive statomont
that tho fatalities numbor twenty
six kind not thirty-two ,11s linl been
feared earlier in the day.
All of tho injured mro (loins' as
well flsi can bo expected and fow'ofj
them are likely to die.
' It vas learned at tho Investigation
herd today that tho men in tho train
despdtchor's offlco UnoW tho wreck
wan .Inevitably Hpy.ernlfi minutes be
forq It occurred and after making in-i
e'ffectual efforts to stop the trains
beforo they passed the last telegraph
station, notified tho wrecking crew!
at White river" junction and! a'ent'W
n; call for physicians and medical
KILLED IN "VYREOK.
Richmond, Intl., Sept. 10. In a
freight wreck Sunday' on the Rich-,
moud division of th0 Pennsylvania
railroad, north of Richmond, Peter
J'7; "Mph of Ilnjienjtown,
wnh killed and . .Conductor 0. V.E.
Thomas of Richmond mei Injured.
I Ho train ran into an open switch
tmd spyoral pars were derailed.