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THE MARION DAILY .MIRHOR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1907.
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Telephone or leave your order for
your, winter supply of COAL before the
.price advances. We have all kinds and
only thebest grades.
THE OHIO MILLING
& ELEVATOR CO.
BricK Cement, Lime, Sand,
Wall Plaster, Sewer Pipe.
Price & Hurley
N. Prospect St. Phone 284
i We have some nice
peaches and tomatoes for
canning. Now is the time
to can them.
F. J. LUSCH
N.B. Cor. Stat ft Cntr ti.
on Household Goods, Pianos,
etc. Amounts from $10 to
131 1-2 E. Oontor St.
Place your order for the!
winter supply of H
HARD OR SOFT
with mo. All tirades at the
R. P. BUSARD
Bennet St. Both Phones,
These are the largest
we can buy. They are
very very meaty and of
fine flavor when you want
some extra' fine ones. Try
ours. t ,
Phones 39- 209 E. Center St.
Agoncy lor Woods Boston Coffooo
' ' OliLS
is the most opportune
tunc to buy cosil. I he lawn
is solid, the weather fine
and the price is right.
- OR - SOFT - COAL
Implement Mfg. Co
AT FAMILY THEATER
Large Crowds are Present
Porter J. White & Co. Pressnt a
Very Clever Sketch, "The
Standing room was at la ircriliiim
wliilu senU could not bo secured
fur lovo or money at the- Marion
Family theater last evening at tho
tv( performances. The bill being
offered this week is one o tho
best over, secured by Manger Vail
for his jKipular piny house. The
bill is one Very much' out o the
ordinary and the numerous euooic
showed plainly that tho public at
times liked a change of diet. The
attendance during tho present week
.hould bo tho largest tho houso has
over enjoyed for tho bill is ono of
the strongest over seen in tho city.
The opening mumbcr is a scruam.
fu it you get acquainted with Mr.
Eugeno Sweot about tho most refin
ed and clover comedian that has
hit Marion in a month of Sundays.
IIo, tells somo good sloiies, get lid
of a song or two in excellent stylo
and Ma imitations aro well worth
tho whilo. Hill Nye, Oirrio Nation,
John D. " Teddy' ' and Peck Comer
are vividly brought boforo you in
a jnannei that compels ono to ac
knowledge Mr. Sweet to bo nn ar
tist of no mean ability. His best
act a hit of. tragedy taken from
tho third act of "Hamlet" with
which lio closes tlio turn.
Addison nnd Livingston in a coin-
coy sketch wined to please- and the
team way compelled to respond to
several encores. Tho singing nnd
dancing of both member of the
team wa unusually good, .tho com
ody of a flip brand.
Or. Sfcr.ibr CwiIh tho Xvlonhona.
soloist 'took tho houso by stonn.
no piayed all Kimlsi of music both
popular and ehussiio. His "William
Tell' was- especially enjoyed.
Changing to Iho ennro drum the per-'
formed somo very clover stunts on
Mr. E. P. Howo in hisi usual
clover inhujiior sang, "Bye, ,ByC, My
O-rolino,'. Tho moving picturo ira
ehino ,toro off sixteen yards of film
in W4iic.li "Tlio Holy Land' and
"J no j,cy uity" played an import
Tho feature net on tho bill was
Porlar ,T. While and Company in
a dramatic sketch entitled "Tho
Visitor," Mr. White Inst ovonin"
prcsonlwl soinotliing so very much
out of ho ordinary that it o..'
likd wild firo. During, the sceno
in the District (Attorney's home
whorp "Tho Visitor'1 told his storv
ot 'Iho lnimlor ono could havo
heard n pin drop fa .tho houso.
Wio wene. when tho visitor nftor
gnining fib oslroil iiifornfttfion
tela tho attorney thftl h0 is Coun
wl lop tho man charged with' mur
der, must bo seen to bo appreobf-
0(1. tjuna ini
Follow the Peoples' Band to tho
nichwood Fnlr Thursday and tho
Marlon Steam shovel Band Friday.
A Jnzy man goes far, and ha who
'nuns labor I.., a, ,iv
Dancing class for hoRlnnors in
Rchwlngor hall tomorrow t7 p"
m. After danco. Orchestra muslo,
Ten Thousand People Under
TWO WORLD'S RECORD
Will be Held by the Building!
Over Twenty-Two Acre of Floor
Space Will bo Found Above the
Now York's latest skyscraper will
hold two world's records, combining
tho largest offlco building with tho
grcatost railroad passenger terminal.
This City under ono Hoof will havo
thlrty-nlno (39) avenues In tho shapo
of elevators, Intersecting twenty-two
(22) streets In the shape of floors.
Tho number of business persons
who aro to occupy offices and Bhops
In tho Hudson Company's Tormina!
will equal tho total population of
either .Portsmouth, N. II., Helena,
Mont., or Mlddlctown, Conn., and
will ho greater than the population
of tho largest town In four states,
namely: Arizona, Idaho, Now Mex
ico and Nevada.
It Is estimated that 182,000,000 per
sons per year will pass through tho
station In entering nnd leaving tralna
Tho new Grand Central Station Is
designed for n capacity ot 100,000,
000 passengers per year, the now
Pennsylvania station for HG.OOO.OOO
whllo tho great South Station In
Boston Only handles 30,000,000, and
tho Ilroad Street Station In Phil
adelphia 20,000,000 peoplo per year.
Irom this terminal a man can go
to any corner ot tho country through
direct connection by subways with the
Pennsylvania, Now York Central,
Lackawanna nnd Erlo Railroads, or
ho can reach almost any part of
Greater Now York by tho Intcrbor
ough Biibwnys, the Sixth and Ninth
Avenuo Elovntcd roads and numer
ous surface lines.
Tho vast army of persons going to
and from tho trains and, even the
trains themselves, do not Interfere
with perfect quiet and order In tho
portions of tho buildings occuped by
offices Thirty feet below tho street
olcctrlc trains cntor nnd lcavo the
building ovcry Instant, nnd five
londlng tracks with six platforms
furnish ample facilities to avoid
ciowdlng in loading tho trains.
Safety has been a prime considera
tion In designing tho terminal and
ovcry effort has been nuido to ellm
Innto tho possibility or a tlo-up for
Its effect on such a largo number
would bo Incalculable.
Tho possibility of nro has been
very carefully considered, for with
so much electrical power available
Immenso damngo could bo done In
n very short tlmo with almost no
chanco of preventing a Bprcad of the
trouble. Cars which cntor tho sta
tion will bo built entirely of steel,
and tho building Itself has been so
designed that oven If a flro should
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start In ono room It could not be
Tho building's gigantic steel frame,
which In Itself weighs more than 24,
0j)0 tobs and rests on foundations
extending to bed rock, 80 feet below
tho street, is nowhoro left exposed,
livery 'Inch of It Is covered with ono
or moro courses ot hollow terra cotta
blocks, which form enclosed air spaces
about tho various members of tho
structuro, a.in iTauclsco;s flro taught
tho folly ot exposing steel to flames,
for although thoy could not burn,
tho heaviest columns buckled und
wrecked buildings which othorwlse
might hnvo been but littlo Injured.
To bo sure of tho flro resisting
properties of tho hollow blocks used
In protecting tho stool work, thoy nro
heated to a temperature of 2000 de
grees boforo beliiR used. This high
tompornturo leaves tho 'terra cotta In
a porous stato, capable of resisting
nny heat without danger or disinteg
ration, InBldo partitions aro mado of tho
samo material, and cvon tho outside
walls havo ono courso of porous term
cotta blocks, laid up Insldo, If all
pf theso hollow torra cotta" blocks
vyoro built Into a wall ton feot high,
It would bo 28 mll'os long.
Abovo tho curb lino thoro will bo
used lG,30O,00f bricks and C20.000
square ynrds of plastering, enough to
cover tho.oiitaldo of forty blocks of
Ovor 10 miles of plumbing plpo, 29
miles of steam plpo and 05 miles of
electrical conduit will ontor Into the
conhtructon of tho building.
.1T,ktf!0Pir ffprsran available area
or aBdut ono ncro for offices and tho
ontlro building will total at over 22
"ToS 0f useful SnaCfl abovn thn nnrli
Tho, nichwood Fair this week prom
ts to bo tho best In Its blstorv.
Tho t,wo Marlon bands havo beon so-
cured to furnish music on both Thurs
day and Friday hundreds of Marlon
people will attend. 2t
nichwood Fair this week.
3EE'S LAXATIVE HONEY and TAF
RCMEV6B COUQIla amu COLDS
Oillcinls of tho Hocking Valley
railroad say Unit they will bo
doing work in tho mew icpair
shops at Logan, Nov, 1'. Work on
tho shops wn not started until lato
in tho summer and thd announce
ment means that somo rapid work
in tho way oC construction hay been
All tho grading is completed, tho
tracks aro almost entirely laM. all
ilhe foundations for tho building nio
in and tho Mirco principal uuim-
ings nro almlfet imishou. a no
now shop will bo among, the best
of thoir knuit in mo country mm
Goncrm Supoiunicniicnt- uonuoiw j
very proud of tho fast work which
Una liwn doiio and of tho now
shops as an addition to tho road.
Notices have been issued of the
annual meeting of tho stockholders
of tho Hocking Valley Railroad
company which will bo held Tues
day, Oct. 1, at tho ofllccs p tho
kftmtMiiv in the Snivhr building.
Thoro will bo littlo except routine
lmsinrew to conic up. as tlio reor
ganisation, plan is Rtill hold up by
litigation iww oniding m tho
courts of Ohio and tho conditions
of tho money market.
To rctiro tlio $15,000,000 of pre
ferred stock, bonds will have to bo
sold nnd at present theso securi
ties could only bo placed on tne
market at a. ruinous bacrifico. Tho
executive committee of the board
of directors will meet in. Now York
this week togo over tho annual
report nnd after action has boon
taken on it, it will be mado pub
lic. Tho .transfer books of the
jompauy closed for tho annual
meeting Sept. U, and will reopen
It was necessary to stop Hocking
Valley north-bound passenger train
No. 33 ibid morning nftor it lrad
pulled out of tho station several
hundred yards in order to put off
a drunken, traveling man who had
insisted upon .occumng a beat in
tho Pullman car. Tho conductor
threw the intoxicated passenger offjOnnoo might also bo locate!
Mrs. Saitoh,'' 'Johnson of Toledo
tripped over ivjvnliso and fell heav
ily to tho union depot platform
this morning after who had alighted
from HockingfVulloy train No. U2
and was making her wayto a cab.
inu&uic oi n sngimy spraincu uiucio
and scvoral HJvoro. Wiiises- sho was
AV. E. Hazlowood,
pasbcnger agent VL Uo
and Wcwtcni. milronid with heiul-
nuartcry at Indianapolis, was look
ing atter enteral , business pi local
railroad circlet, for,. a short time
Superintendent -Fi J. Moscr of
the Erie with headquarters sit Hun
tington lairrived in i 'tlio city this
morning on, train No. 12. After
sponding tho day, inspecting tho
local yawls- iho returned on an af
ternoon train fonIIuiitipgton.
Meeting is Held and Officers
Plans for the Coming Campaign
Discussed Great-.Victory is
Tho new Democratic city central
committee held its filrst (inecting
at tho ollico of Charles II, Con
loy on South Main"1, street, Mon
day evening, and effootcd un organ
ization by ole ting . tho following
P. E. Buike, ohairinan; C, B.
Jenkins, vice chairman'; E. C.
Van Motor, secretary; John Stark,
Plans for tho campaign woro dis
cussed nnd it win' decided to mako
tho ollico of Justice Conloy pomvan
ont hendquarteiH ljrqng ,tho weeks
lUiWlIll up io cieciion.
Every member of, tho committee
expressed tho greatest enthusiasm
ovor prospects for, a successful
campaign and it lis tli0 general
boliof that tho election will result
in n sweeping domocrdtio victory.
R ING FIGHT
Harry Crltes StrucVOver the Head
Harry Crltos and Elmor Twcedlo.
employed nt tho Erlo roundhouso, on
gaged In an altercation, Monday ov-
onlng, and Crltes was badly worsted.
Ho claims that Tweodlo struck him
over tho head with a lUo,. Crltes was
badly cut about thoT"hpad and was
rendered unconscious. Ho wnB taken
to tho Dr. Ot E. Saw-ycr Sanatorium
whoro two bad cuts lnhla'head wore
ATTORNEYS VERY BUSY
In Efforts to Find the Miss
Report of Mr. William .Berry's
Elopement Brings to Marlon Man
It lias developed
that it was
vcrv lortunuie lor
elder electrician at tho Ohio elec
tric sign, und novelty company of
South Mam btrcct tuat ins lnenu
Willfcun Boiry of tho Nicklcodiiun
moving picture bhovr 'eloped sev
eral mcattlH ago. The fconsutional
affair which was published in tho
city papers' was tho means of land
ing Oaivo a fortuno of at least
10,000 which whs willed to him
by his grandmother, Mrs. ' John
Eichborgor od' Ulairon count y Penn
sylvania, who died about ono year
Onno received a letter Tuesday
from a law firm m Clairpn, Penn
sylvania informing Jiim of the con
itents of tho will. Tho oorrcsnond-
encq stiatexl that tho fortuno'UunOunt-
od to a littlo ovor .flO.OOO and that
as soon as certain paimrs were
drawn up it will bo turned over.
When Oanoo Jcft hi? homo several
years ago ho joined tho army and
since that time his parents have
Jiot known Vf his whereabouts.
William Berry has been his I
long friend and when the attorneys
rcaa tlio account of Uerry's elojw
ment in tho Pittsburg Dispatch,
thoy came to tho conclusion that
to might also bo located in
Marion. A letter faddiossed in care
if gcneiUl delivery reached Haiioo
today and tho surprise was by no
means an unpleasant one.
Gauoe had not learned of his
jiundmothcr's death which occurred
about fifteen months ago. He
knew tlmt sho was quite wealthy
but little thought that her fortune
would no willed .to 'him.
For two yin Oanoo was employ
ed as electrician nt tho Dream
land moving picture show and only
recently resigned i accept a po
lion with tho electric sign com
pany. Online has) scores of, friends
m tho city who &tand ready to con
gratulate him upon his extremely
Regarding Matter of Electing
Law Says "May be Elected'"Givlog
Chance for Republican
Theio nu-o several local attorneys
and officials of the board of stato
supervisors of ejections who do not
agree with Prosecuting Attorney
John II. Clark in regard to tho
election of township ditch super
visors. Tho prosecutor lafit week stated
that a new law pawed by tho last
state general assembly makes it com
pul.Nory to elect ia supervisor in
each township liaving county or
township ditches. Thoso who tnko
o.cei)tions to tho prosecutor's opin
ion wiy that the selection of a su
lwrviiioir i leutirely Ji)lional .
"TJic law says itliat a supervisor
may bo elected", states a well
known attorney. "Tho measure is
oitiry another! instance of how a
republican legislature has given Iho
pnnty in power chance for a littlo
In . a number of the townships
of 'tho county the voters havo gono
nlwadl land selected enndidato. fnr
tho now ofllco thinking it to bo com- J
WANTED Compotont married man
and wifo, with not pioro than ono
child to work by year. Must havo
satisfactory references. Apply, nt
onco. p. E. Coon, Doll J78 n 2.
CHICAGO VOTING ON
A NEW CHARTER
Chicago, l Scri.tl a7.-Ohicago
political parties agreo that tho city
js to ihavo a now chnrtor. All
jwlitioal araies agreo that tho city
Jia outgrown its swaddling clothes
nnd somo brt of chairtor ouglit to
bo adopt od ito givo gi-oatw room
for dovolopinoivls. Tho Hopublicnns
on oim wdo and tho Democrats,
Socialists and organized societies
pn tho other, caoh claim victory.
Miss Nova) Campbell of Mobile,
Alabama, is a guest of Missi Mablo
nnd Hazel Peoples of. Sharp Btrcol.
Ray King left today for Cleve
land, where ho wll enter tlio .Uni
versity School for tho year.
Misses Pearl Cheney nnd Margtibr
dto Krnuso left this morning to
spend tho year nt tho Boston Con
borvatory of Music.
Mrs. d A. Sohroolor of Park
street left this morning for an ex
tended vhvit with relatives and
friends in Dclawaro.
Hosea Warren, of East Church
street, left last evening for nn ex
tended outing nt tho Jamestown Ex
position, Washington, Atlantic City,
Philadelphia and Now York City.
Funeral services over tho rcmaiiih
of Christian Wasscrbcck, wcio held
at 10 ft. m. today at Mt. Olive
church. Interment occurred at Mt.
Mrs. V. C. Hclsey, ot George
town, Miss Amelia Roberts, of Hllls
boro, and Miss Blancho Sonner of
Mowrystown, aro guests at the homo
ot Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. Lconnrd Price
on Bcllcfontnlno Avenue.
Mr. B C. Sweeney, of Marietta,
Ohio, Is tho guest of Miss Flossie
Shurz, ot West Church street.
Mrs. French' Crow and children
have gone toi Shelby for a week's
Mfb N. J. Lammen? went to
Columbus, today, on business con
cerning itJio Ohio wna3um com
pany. Mr. S..B. Bnrlow was m Co
lumbus today looking after busi
Mis. A. E. Smith of Ada for
merly of thw ei'ty parsed through
this; morning' enrouto for Delaware
where bho will vibit relatives for
Messrs. Dave and Danlol Evans
left fw Columbus this fnorning
wliwe they will spend a. few day?
attending the races.
Mesaw. Iicy Sickle, Nelson Able,
Burns McMnhon, John and Scott
Harvey left dhis. morning for
Columbus where thoy will attend
tho Grand Circuit races there today.
Me.sb.rsi. Charles Hnbormnn, Hen-
ay Martin, Buy Martin and Charles
Monnette were m attendant1" ". the
olumbns races today.
Mr. E. II. BnrnhoiKso was in
Upper Sandusky today a.s the guebt
W. L. Casady wiis attending
tlio .races and visiting friends in
Mr. Jlnhn Grubcr of east of tho
city left today for Columbus whore
ho will enter the senior year in
the O. S. U. school of vetinary
A son was born this morning to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Garfield Irvin, of East
Orchestra dance tonight In
Sch winger's hall. It
Dorii, a son to Mr. nnd Mrs. E.
Wnlnfor, of Prospect, Tuesday morn
ing. Miss Siallio Barkor has resumed
work at tho iwcdoillco after spend
ing a) vacation of two weeks.
A marriage licenso has been is
sued to Hay C. NusHcr and Ger
Two impoirtlant real estate trans-
tors look place, Monday. Both
weroj deals in soma of tho best
Marion county farm land. David
Crock sold Jacob Loyer 100 nores
in Tiullv township for !.7,500 and
J. N. Court bold 100 and a frac
tion acres im Pleashnt and Green
Camp townshiiis to Benton 10. Fish
nichwood Pair this weok.
dr fat -'
J EVENTvS I
fthim mi -- am, Mi Jw
1 07 t
years of experience and watchful care and a determination to excel.
For ..tlBfaetory service ANTHONY LAUNDRY
SMART S. UADDKLL'B
For the Real
New things In
If you have not
judt have a
It's Your Coal,
We are after now. Don't
wait longer to order coal
Hard or Soft Coal
It's the best monoy can
boy. and at prices very
M0Z1ER & WREN
N. State, Between 2 Rys.
I Hm l n-41 T(Hnlll
nay aiu juaw
We can now take care
of our friends on any
thing they need in the
feed line. Good goods,
prompt delivery, and
1 courteous treatment our
Try us and be con
ceived that we live up to
Both Phones, 28.
Marion Milling &
DR, C. G. SMITHS
Oflico and rosidonco 454 Silver '
street. Offlco hours 7:30 to 10:30
a. m., 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Citizens
phono 1 on 12G5.
Specialist on diseases of chlldrin.
Should bo wasted in trying
to got a frlond to go on your
bond, whon you can get a
bond of any description here
nnd nt n very low cost.
Wo nro always pleased to
givo any Information In rof-,
oronoa to bonds, that you
FRED W. PETERS
JNo. 110-2 South Main K
Can only bo Riven by sat.
factory equipment with