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Baby Injured During Run
away. DR1VERLESS CAB TEAM
Crashed Into Buggy on Pros
Shock Throws the Little Daughter
of Mrs. G. M. Kammerur Into
TIiq Uiree-monllis-olil baby girl of
Mrs. Id-. M. Kammomr, residing
tlireo milea north of tho city, was
badly injured, possibly fatally, in
a runaway accident on South Pros
!ect street, lato Tuesday after
noon. Tho infant was thrown from
its mother's arms and fell on tlio
tdreol ipnvonient, sustaining injuries
which may provo serious. Tlireo
physicians wcro called to Ilia scene
oi tlio accidonh to attend tlio in
Mrs. Kiunmerur was in ft car
riage with Jut buby and her cloven
year cJd boy, driving noith on
Prospect street, when u drivorless
cnb owned by Cap Drake came down
tlio hill drawn by a team of frigh
tened horses. The cab lioij.es col
lided with tho rear of Mrs. Kam
momr's can-iago nnd tlio jar caused
her to loosen her hold on tho
When tlio collision occurred Mrs.
Kammcrnr's horso becamo frighten
ed nnd ran way, with Abo cab
team dashing along closo ab tho
rear. Shortly before reaching Co
lumbia street Mrs. Kiunmerur and
her son wcro thrown out but escap
ed uninjured. Tlio frightened horse
were caught nt Columbia; street..
Tho carriage! wa3 complctoTy
WE SELL SHOES
FOR LESS MONEY
THAN ANY OTHER
FIRM IN THE CITY
Why we do this 3'ou
may ask? Our expense of
selling is less than anv
I other firm, and we buy
tor Uash and sell tor Cash
Our Bosrdman Shoe at $2
Is equal to any $2.50 shoe
sold in the city.
Boardmcm Special at $2.50
and $3,00 Is equal to any
shoe aold at 50c a pair more,
RadclMfe Shoes, $2.50 ,$3
Buris' Shoes at $1.50. Try
them. They come in light,
medium and heavy soles,
Dluclier cut,' Plain cut, fat
ankle; also low heel for school
shoes; also In old ladles bah.
The Big Cash Store
D, B. GOODSELL
North Main St.
Then think of KLEINMAIERS.
It '5 the Store of greatest valued,
largest selections and correct
Our complete full stock of these
handy" garments Is now ready
and as the equinoxtial season
marks the beginning of the
RAIN COAT season, we look for
busy times from now on In the
RAIN COAT section of our Store.
The price range on good Rain
Ccuts is from
$10.00 to $25.00
Others ns low as $7,50
wrecked ond llic cnb was only
slightly damaged. None of th
horses was injured. .
Florence Richards W. C. T. U. Will
Meet Thursday Afteruoon.
Tlio Florence Richard's W. C. V.
I'. will meet Thurmliiv ut 2:30 n. in
nt tlio WcHley 51. E. church.
Tho following program will bo car
"Bible rending, 100 Psalm by lhe
Heading, "President's Faith" by
5Irs. L. A. Dll worth.
Heading, "Temnerance Sunday
School Lesson" Mrs. Uorger.
Heading, 'Fair, and Open Air Meet-Ing8"-Mrs.
Reading from tho American Issue.
Mrs. Luella Baker.
. Business, collection of dues.
-pit JT?r ,
f t "1 ' 1.
Veterans Meet in Annual
Session at LaRue.
lion. Grant E. Mouser Delivers Ad.
dress of the Day Big
Dinner is Served.
The eleventh annual picnic or tho
old soldiers ot Marlon county Is be
ing held at LaRue today. It Is the
occasion upon which practically every
veteran In the county will be present
nnd the affair always proves a func
tion of much consequence.
About thirty of the members of the
local a. A. R. left this morning
for tho sceno of tho event. At noon
tho enrollment numbered nearly two
hundred, every order In tho county
Tho soldiers assembled In tho O.
A. R. hulls and -at noon 11 dinner
consisting mainly of poik uud beans
Tho nfternon was given over to
Bpecchninklng nnd a general social
conclave. Hon, Grunt 5Iousor ad
dressed the assembly and other Im
promptu speeches were made.
A prominent member of tho local
O. A. R. stnted this morning that
an effort will bo made to have tho
reunion held in this, city next year.
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Sep Davles, tho tailor. 110 Court
street .before buying your rail suit
or overcoat, 9-lt-Ct
TURNED THE TRI0K
ON BRACE OF ROBBERS
Nfi York, Sept. 18. Akron
Kent, 1 marketninn, was; driving
home early itbi.v 'miming. At a
link place (in. tho road ho was
stopped by two men, who demanded
hit money. They sprang into tho
wagon mid attacked him. Ho yell
ed to his horses, which broko into
n run and f ought back nt tho
marauders, although ho is 08 yours
old. In tho btrugglo ho tore Noff
'part f one's vest and finally
both jumped out of the wagon.
When ho examined his. torn gar
ment, ho found .$.15 in ono pocket
and a watch in dho other.
LIMA IS SWEPT BY
Lima. Sent. 18. A terrific alec.
trlcal storm passed over this county
last evening, resulting In tho firing
of three barns, which burned with
contents, and great damago In the
Oil field. The Western Oliln Trnrtlnn
city lino and the telephone exchanges
wcro crippieu ror several hours.
Awarded by Public Service
WORK WILL BE RUSHED
Must all be Completed by
Contractors Notified to Push the
Work of Laying Sidewalks and
Contracts weto awarded for tho
paving of Mary, Kim and (Jeorgo
streets and for the construction of
teveral sanitary sewcrw nt a regu
lar meeting of tlio Board of Public
Service held last night. A multitude
of minor matters was also given
attention by the board.
A petition vns received from a
majority or the residents of Mary
ftreet, asking that their thorough
fare be paved with Metropolitan brick
and was placed on file. The contract
was awarrtea to 1. Drake and Sons
who will pnve the street with Metro
politan brick, using Murphy grout
filler. Tlio firm's bid was $0,452.70.
The bond was fixed at 43300 and the
work will be completed by December
Hofstetter and Dawson were award
ed tho contract for the paving of
Klin streot with Twentieth Century
brick and Murphy grout filler on a
bid of $5,419.22. The contractors
will give bond In the sum ot $2800
nnd wlllcpmplete thi work by De
cember 20. '
On their bid of $2,414.33, Uncapher
and Scott were awarded the contract
for tho paving of Oeorgo street.
Athens block with grout filler l
be used In tho work. The bond of
the contractor was made $1300 and
the work Is to be finished by Decem
Joseph Murphy secured tho con
tracts for the construction of sani
tary sowers on Hc-r street for
$777. 7C; on Dellovut avenue for
$051.48; on Avondulo street for
$1380.25 and on an alley between
Prospect and Oak Btreets for $012.
1., DrakOvand Sons,, secured ; tho
Halno street Viewer " 6n ' a bid ""of,
$1305.80 and Hofstettor nnd Dawson,
tho Superior street sewer for $570.90.
A. J. Drady, the contractor, was
lower than the estimates of tho ones
nccopted In several cases but his
proposals woro not mndo In tho
regular form and he did not accom
pany his estimates with n certified
check for which rersonB his bids
were not considered.
The clerk was Instructod to adver
tise ror lilds for tho widening or
Court street nnd tho widening of tho
mat alley east of the court house.
Goth thoroughfares are to bo ma lo
four feet wider Tho stone flagging
about tho court houso will be re
moved, tho curbings moved back and
tne pavement extended a distance of
four feet which will relievo the con
gested traffic condl Ions to n great
extent. Tho bids will bo opened
Tho bond and contract of W. S.
Stuley, for the consrtuctlon of a
pavilion In Lincoln park and n band
stand In Garfield park wero received
and accepted by tho board.
Tho board received nnd accented
the bond and contract of John Klns
ler who will construct sandstone
sidewalks on Avondale. Farmlnr.
Nlles, Seffner, Garfield, Medium, Sum
inltt, Tally and Prospect streets. Tho
bond nnd contract of .Too Murnliv
for tho construction of a water drain
on Grand avenuo from Georgo street
to tho south lino of tho Dig Four
railroad, was received and accepted.
A request that tho board take up
tho question of pavnB South Pros
pect street fronrtho corporation .lino
to the south limit ot McKInley park
was received from tho council Tho
members stated that they woro no
euro that a city board has power to
order pavements const) ucted In the
country even though nronertv own.
ers along the routo agree to pay their
part of tho cost of construction. It
was decided to refer tho question to
tho city solicitor for an opinion.
A petition for a sanitary sewer nnd
cellar drain on Bennett street was
read by tho clerk. It was decided to
return tho petition to tho property
owners who will draw anothor ono in
tho proper form. In the njcanthno
tlio city englneor will look over tho
ground nnd ndvlso tho property own
ers as to (ho best point of outlet for
A number of estimates for tho con
struction of a sanitary sewer Into tho
North school bluldlng wero received
by tho board and were -eferred to tho
members of tho sohoo'. board.
Tho mombers want tho contractors
to rush vork on tho sidewalks which
have beeit ordered, as school children
are- compelled in many cases to wado
through mud almost knee deep In
order to got to school. This Is nor-
tlcularly true n tho neighborhood of
uiney nyenuo building, The
street commissioner was Imtructeu to
gp several squares out of their way
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MARION DAILY MIRROR- WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1007..
in crossing from' Main and I'rospoct
Btreets to tho Noitli School building.
Bills nmodntngto $5800 were al
lowed and ordered paid.
At tho meeting 5f tho Health board
following, tho ''sanitary officer re
ported sevctT hewlcasea of typhoid
fever. i w
Strelltz IJros,, owners of a property
located at 139 South Malt street,
wero ordered to. Install sanitary
plumbing In thelr-bulldlng nt onco.
Mrs. Philip 'Mejster, of Calcdonln,
Is tho guest of Tier daughter, Mrs.
.lumetf- McKceVer, Sf Kensington place.
Mr. and MrsFrnnk Fetter nnd
son Richard ,snent Sunday with
friends In Cleveland.
Mi KdilJi "Weyner of St. Marys
Ohio, is in thoty studying t'hiun
painting at theMtrcis art studio.
Mr. fleorge Krcis of Cardington
wns tho gitosfcgf his brother, J.
F. Krai? of tyaimtl street today
A daughter wos born Tuesday
night to Mr. faud Mr. John Tip
ton of Pearl street.
Mr. nnd Mm&V. P. Kelly left
this morning 'foBellefotitalne, Ohio,
v. hero they wtflpenil tho day visit
ing friends. I'Vjj
Mrs. Modcfitiff- Trapp returned
last evening 'from a four months'
vWt willi "frieifiis and relatives in
Mr. and ''Mrs u Meister and
daughter Loulsejf of Farmer City,
Illinois, are guests at tho homo of
Mis. John Fetter, on Bnllcntlne
Mihsi Evn Allen, clerk In the
county audilor'folllce, is in LaTluo,
today, attending' tho annual Marion
Lisle Daily-i.i'jjm'iied to his home
in SpriugfluhlOldo, this morning
after a few-, days' M'sit with hi
brother Morri4l)uily of north Main
Miss Rosella'O'Connell, of the Ma
rlon County Telopoline exchnnge, left
yesterday for, ToJeOo, where she will
spend her vacation visiting her sister
Miss Agnes O'Co'nnell.
Mrs. Frank ' Krnck has returned to
her home on Clio Boulevard arter a
several weeks' "vlslt with friends nt
Newark, MtJ Vernon and Buckeye
Harry N. Glaik, state religion!
,arldiretVjflof flio .' Ohio Young
Men's Chiwimt AVsoci'ntirtn with
headquarters at Columbus, called
upon Sooretnry J. II . Oatoy to
Mr. and Mrs. W.' B. Denman and
daughter Qraco left'thls morning for
Clovolnnd, where .they will spend
severnl dnys visiting relatives and
friends., ' Before returning home,
Mr. and Mrs. Denman will visit a
number of Interesting points on the
o rii nn
p"V WvJIvaAvP "j
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Tho Royal circle met last evening
at ho homo of Miss Lulu Parscball,
on Mark street, with a good attend
ance. Tho most Interesting feature
of tho evening's .entertainment was
a candy contest In which Mlsss Mary
Zuek won first prize and .Miss Ruth
Weaver, the consolation prize.
During the evening dainty refresh
ments wero served by tho hostess.
The next meeting fwlll bo held at the
iiumu oi .miss Kayo sjiamnaugii on
Jiellefontalno avenuo tho third Tues
day, evening in October. -
Mkscs Glon Mouser, Ethel Scott
Clen, Sweney aiul igFlorcnco Foster
pleasantly entertained a party of
fricjids at a 0 o'xjlotek dinner nt the
home of tho firaflgftentioncd on Mt.
Vernon1 Avenue. Jnst evening. The
offer dinner hourewoio spent nt
cards, music andjgdqncing.
The Woman's Guild will meet with
Mrs. George Frank, of Kast Church
street, Thursday afternoon, Septem
ber 19th, nt 2 30o'clock.
Mrs. Geoio'iiljFjes of Blaine
Avenuo will onjeiitniil the mem
bers of tho Y. -Ml 13. club, Thurs
day' afternoon, Sgptembcr 19.
Little Girl Knocked Down by BI
'Tluy little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. G, Sjmiift was painfully
injured Tuesday ftcrnoon about
three o'clock 'n; front of Uio
Kranso resideiicTon Nortli State
streot. Tho ehfhV.nvas strn'c.k nid
knocked down byfcn hicyclo rider,
SUo was carried'ainto. tho Kranso
hy, Dr. P. Mj'BaWin, Tlio child
Imiised a;t!.o head and
anus but no -bones w.era broken,
Cases to be
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CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES
Of Opinion That the Lower
Should Not Have Refused to Con.
sider The Care And Weight of the
TJio'citvuit court, in session Wed
nesday, reversed tho decision given
by Judge Young in tho "lid" ens
es. Tho euses wcro those of Nelson
Abel, J'rnuk Kennedy ami Jack
O'Keefe, leal saloonists charged
with violating tho saloon closing
TJia circuit court tnilcd Ufiit
Judge. Young erred in a-cf using to
consider tlid cam and -weight "
the evidence in these cases and lor
that Jason all three wcro remanded
back to the court of common picas
The hnloonists) wore arrested nnd
fined iu the mnyor's court and
all three took their cases to tho
court of common pleas, on error.
Judge Young sustained, tho mayor
and said thnt ho had no1 poworto
consider tho veight of tho evid
ence. Tho cirenit court did not pass
on oilier alleged errors. Judgment
for costs wnm placed against tho
defendants; in error.
The circuit court thai been busily
at work sinco going into session,
Monday afternoon and will be prac
tically through .at tlio closo of thi3
Tho cne of Oliver Monnctt and
others against V. M. Eploy and
others, county commissioners, has
been carried over until Friday af
ternoon and will .be the last mat
er taken up. This case is tlio one
relating lo the dredging of the Lit
tlo Scioto river. It will bo heard
in its merits nnd it is likely that
tho decision of tho circuit) couit
tvill be final. Judgo Norris, hoing
regarded ns an interested party,
will not sit in th'w ca.so flnd n
visiting judgo w,"l bo called in to
lake his. place.
The case of tho Central Union
Tolephono company ngnlpst tho
Mnrral Toldphono (company and
itheis hnvo been continutx, pond
ing settlement. It hns been announc
ed that tho inorgor of tho Hell nnd
Warion Count v Telephone companies
mtcrehls will result in a final set
tlement. The1 suit of Frank A. ITiiber and
ilhors, executors of tho last will
md testament of Edward Ilubor,
igaiirM tho Marion Malleable Iron
ompany, w'as argued on tho demur
"or of D. W. Murphy nnd F. A.
Hubcr and nthers to the answor and
ross petition of William P. Mim
Tlio alimony suit of Orpha J.
Koch against Charles F. Koch has
been continued by agreement of
"ounscl. Tlio order of alimony giv
ui in tho court of common pldas
"s continued iu fr.rco.
Tho damage suit of the Pennsyl
vania Railway company against
Tlionms Riloy hns been ' heard and
Tlio enso of Tda Uncapher against
'ho state of Ohio was arguod nnn
mbniiUed. Tuesday. Mrs. Uncaph--r
wa? found guilty jn u,0 couvt
u common pleas of threatening in
a menacing manner and slio took
tho rii.so up on onvir.
Tho suit oC tho Rig Four rail
way company against L., M. Ilip
sher ha, been continued by agree
ment of counsel. b
Tho suit of Emma O. Onmblo
igainst w. M. Jackson nnd others
and tho suit of tho Adams ESpress
"om-pany ff0inst II. J), pitu' atu
others W bt3n continued by
agreement of counsel. '
Thodnmago suit of; Orlando Fehl,
iidniinistralor, against tho Rig Tom
SSmiSr ,m boc" "
Milk, Ho per quart of tho Puro Milk
DEATH OF INFANT
Little Daughter1 of W, D. Lofltu
Marion, the daughter ot' Mr. nnd
Mrs. w. D. Ijflln, 128 Waterloo
street, dici nt ton o'clock ithia
nwirnin, nRed two weeks. Death
was caused by a complication of
o .mmo,,'a,1 "w will lie held nt
a:jo o'clock tomorrow morninp af-o,-
which tho remains will bo taken
to lUdgewoy for intermont.
Mirror want ads', bring resulta,
Ceremony Takes Place Wed
nesday at High Noon.
Miss Lillian S. Huneke and Verne
Pinyard Popular Young
People to Wed.
At high nooil Wednesday, Mr. Verne
Plnyerd una Miss Ulllun S. Huneke,
daughter of Mrs. Augusta Huneke,
wero united In marriage at the Hun
eke residence, C02 South Prospect
The ceremony wns performed by
Hov. Jlernmn Ueyer, of Clovoland,
who Is n brother-in-law of tho bride.
A compauy of forty relatives and In
timate friends witnessed tho cere
Tho homo was tastefully decorated
with flowers, palms, ferns nnd stnllnx
tlio color scheme being pink, wblto
and green. Tho ceremony was per
formed In front ot a masslvo bank
ot pnlms. The brldo wub attended
by Miss Donnlo Pluyord. n sister of
tho groom and tho groom was attended
by Mr. Paul Huneke, or Columbus,
a brother of the bride. The bride
wns charming in a gown of white
Bilk. She carried bride's roses. Tho
bridesmaid wore n pretty gown or
After tho ceremony and the Inci
dent congratulations, a five courso
wedding dinner wns served In tho
Tho brldo Is a charming young
woman. Sho hns resided in this city
most of her life nnd has a host of
friends who wish her much happi
ness. Until recently sho was em
ployed nt tho Landon storo. The
groom Is tho son of .Mr. nnd Mrs.
M. H . Plnyerd, of John street. Ho
! employed In n responsible position
at the Hubcr shops.
Mr. and Mrs. Plnyerd left, after
tho ceremony for a trip to tho East
ern part of tho state. They will
be at homo on their return nt a cosy
residence on John street which the
groom furnished v
Do sure and nttend the "Hot
Tamala" supner First Presbytorlar,
chinch, Friday evening, G:30.
A mnrriaro license 'hns been is
sued to Voni 6. Pinyerd nnd Lil
lian 1 Hiineko both ot this city.
Tho Homo Missionary society of.
tho U. H. church will Iiold n sew
ing tit tho residence, of Rev. L.
C. Heed Thurxlnv afternoon !
2 o'clock. All members are ic-
micstcd to attend.
It won nrrnnennnlv cinfp.l In Tuna.
day's Mirror that tho Humane' So
ciety pioBecuted tho caso against Or-
vino Mcuonilis. Tho urtlclo should
hayo stated hat Wllllum Foob pros
ecuted the caso.
A number of local sjiorts .rill go
(o Columbus this evening to wit
ness tho box ill!? ttmiiviiJ nl tlio
Grciu HouJIiorni theater, with tho
Orand Cncnit races on in tho Capi
tal City ithe boxers' should pack tlio
Phoebe Shenlf. tho four dav
Old daughter of Mr. nnd Mis. Kd-
lnuno ill. SlienfT. 5 rjoiuwuro av
enue, died nt four o'clock this morn
ing, ueatn caused by inanition. Fun
eral services wero bold nt four o'clock
this afternoon nnd tho renin inn wnm
interred In Marlon cemetery.
"Hot Tamala" aunnor nt. wirnt nrnu.
hyterlan church, Friday evening, 5:30.
O'LEARY SHOWS EFFECT
OF HIS LONG WALK
Cincinnati, Sept. 18. While
still in perfect physical condition,
tlio mental sbniin of tho reat task
lie has undertaken is beginning to
mil m uoii uxcary, who it, at
teanptinir to walk l.nfin miioa in
1,000 hours, nt Norwood Tun.
During his shout sleeprf O'Learv
jum'ps off Iiis ot and would start
' ' ,w"":' 1(mvil,tf 1 "VCiHleop him-,
self. His trainers quiet him nnd
Send him bock in hiw nm... At
noon oday ho started his 238lh
GET THE CASH HABIT.
!j EVENTS! I
Cotton Batting Qq
Free from waste
The Quality and
Price is Right
The Quality and
NEW YR: STORE
Tlio Warnor & Edwards Store
TJic lust tltiy of th&
Special Fur Display
Tahe elevator to second
floor. You pre invited to
We will help you deter
mine what you want.
Rich Sols in Raro Furs
Reliable Near Sea Jackets
Elegant Sablo Squirrel Jackets
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Work of this kind
sho'ultl be brought in at
once. Don't wait if you
want your Furs back by
Pickling S applies
We keep a lull line ol pickling
supplies and can fill your recipe
complete. Whole and ground
spices oi all kinds, seeds of all
kinds. Tumeric, pickling onions,
green tomatoes etc.
Try us, we can please you.
Phones 39. 209 L Center St.
Agency tor Woods Boston Coffees
fhM sSfojiej I
The Skirt styles this
season are very beautiful.
We have si line line in
VOILES and PANAMAS
big wide patterns and
qxceptional values at
$5.00 to $15.00
The)' come in all col
ors, including the popu
lar Browns, cut liberally
and very stylish. It's
worth your while to see
. P. Ludwig
Marion's Specialty Store.
and snowy white
mwlfrl.n rwi i hi