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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. 'TMtJKaD AT, OCTOBER 10, 1807.
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STORE OPEN THIS
EVENING UNTIL NINE
Stop in to-night for si look, a
tryjpnjQjj. Uj.bujr. ( Splendid time
to plfefct $our winter suit have it
thoroughly pressed; altered if nec
essary and ready for next Sun
"VWvcWorc stylish suits than
you'll carcHook at, but the
kind you wanNuis here and
there's a surprise in
BIOHT IN THE HEART
'of the journalistic field tG renter
Now York wliore .the 'public has
its choieo of majiy ncvsiapers, The
Vorld, Morning and Sunday, has
', 3,000,000 larger cumulation per
."month than ANY OTHER. New
York morning and Sunday paper.
High-class raiments minus the
high 'price. Lofrff Coats for
ladies, Short Jackets for
ladies, Stylish CoatsVor the
girls, Bear Skin Coats for
the children at prices to suit
Special Sale on DRESS
GOODS this week.
54 in Wool Ziba- 7P.
aliaes, $1.00 values.. OU
54 in Broadcloths, Reds,
Bles. Browns (hi r
and Black Ql.ZO
35 in Panamas, fancy
mixtures, Serges, Cashmere
all wool Venetians afrt
and Flannels. -. -4UC
Jnst arrived new fancy
Ikraide and trimminsj.
Neat alL, colers from 5c
Another shipment of hats
Jnst came this morning.
,fc THE BIG
CAS Pi STORE
t North Main St.
To koo why, ORDER) NEXT SUN
DAY'S WOULD AND HEAD IT,.
Watch for the G. K. Hopkins Co.'s
opening with a full lino of Ladles
and Gents' Clothing. Credit If de
sired. L. Coburn, Mgr., ,213 West
Center street. 10-8-3tpd
If yon wish results try the Mirror
as an advertising medium.
- JENNER CO.
BROUGHT TO LIGHT
Mother of the Young Bride
Finds the License.
Miss Genevieve Evans and Cleve.
land Dorfe Mairied in Canada
A wedding which occurred during
Soptembcr at Windsor, Canada, has
Just ben niado known by the mother of
the young brldo accldently finding the
mdrrlago certificates. The young
couple aro Miss Genevieve Evans, of
Leador street and Clevoland Dorfe, a
young plumber employed here. The
bride Is the daughter of a widow,
Mrs. Sadie Evans.
Tho young folks went to Detroit on
an excursion, and, while therp de
cided to go across to Windsor toj bq
married. Thoy decided to keep the
affair a secret until they should bo
better able to go to houseskeeplng.
Since then the girl has continued to
work at the silk mills and the ypung
man has kept on plumbing and posing
as single, .
The secret would never have been
out had not Mrs. Evans in cleaning
house chanced to run across the certificate.
See Barton tonight, Y. M. C, A.
Badly Cut About Head and
OFFICER BAIRY FITZEIL
Is Roughly Used While, At
tempting .an Arrest. '
Formsr Marion Policeman Fires
Five Shots at Fleeing Negroes
The many local friends of Harry
1). Fitzcll, a former member of tho
Marion jolleo forco and firo depart
ment will rcal with interest tho
following account of his thrilling'
experience Wednesday night wliilo
.attempting to arnat. two negroes InlJ i'resci 'n" . ....
Columbus. .Ktzelt is at iho prcacut"0 uth, Bd;doJot8I.t; buildings
time a member of tho Columbus po
lice force. Thursday's Ohio Stato
Wiliile trying to hwest two- negroes
suspcoted of a holdup earlier in the
evening, and who may bo implicated
in tho numerous crimes of Uio last
few clays, Phitrolninn 11. D. Fitzcll
was beaten wit.li n blackjack Wed
nesday .night ajt Sandusky street and
When tho officer was felled tho
negroes van tiway. Wlien they Qiad
gone about 40 feet Patrolman Fit
zoll managed to rise to his knees.
He ilred five shots at. the fleeing
mow. Citizens who watched their
flight declared, that tho shorter of
Iho two sank lo hi kneoj and
his companion supported lrim. How-
ever, tJiey escaped.
Lcmfciv Smith, aged 17, of 2S2i
West Broad street and John Gaflln,
of 121 Harris avenue, were held up
at 7:45 last, night in West .Broad
street, between Hague nvenuo and
the Big Four tracks, by two ne
groes, who pointed revolvers in
their faces. Smith, whw is a son of
Iho contractor, for tho Schumacher
building at TJiird and Gay streets1
was robbed, of $10. SO.
Smith and Gaflln told their story
to Jesso Seymour an inspector and
James Mendcnhall, a foreman for
tho Columbus Railway Und Light
caniipany. Tiies two boarded, a car
and wero aiding in the front vesti
bulo with' Motorman Frank Cris
singcr, when at Ryan avenue ihey
saw two negroes: in the street who
fitted the description given by tho
victims o t'ho robbery.
Tho inspector and foreman loft
the car and followed tho negroes to
Princeton avenue. Hero they mot
Patrolman Long and told him .how
thoy .had followed the negroes' and
When tho information was given
the negroes bad disappeared. Po
lice' headquarters wtj notified and
a general alarm given to West Side
At 0:23 Patrolman Fitzcll saw n
tall negro Bitting on a water plug
at Sandusky street and Sullivan
avenuo and a shorter ono standing
by him. Tho Patrolman -approached
uio iwo men, studying their flaccs
as bo did so.
t Ha noticed that tho tell ono bad
his hand in bis pocket and feared
ho would firo a revolver from its
recesses. So lio grappled with the
man. While tho officer struggled
with the tall negro tho shorter ono
struck him with a blackjack. Ho
was hurt about tho back of tho head
and ihis faca was uy.
Tho officer was forced to his
knees. It was .then, that the no
il roe started aw;iy to bo fired at
by tho ofllccr.i t
Becomes Lost During Shop
ping Trip in Marion
Police Called Upon and Officer Bell
Mnds Lad Near Union
Tile police woro'engoed in "boy
rtmut'' iioriaboutwo)juouiij Wednes
day afternoon. Miv.Kilu'jml Ollin
of, Harpslef camo to Marlon I about
yW Wfflsv?P,Pe1vl,3r lier siWcar
aWmfgmihtoTd,. ,TJioy Avent to
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yua uuuor iim iiiiui, hiore, WIO
mother goinjr inside to make some
fpiirouasctr and Jeanrig tho boy on
the ouUide to wait for Jier. She
tx'inainetl shopping fr about an
'hour and when kIio returned to tho
fctreet the whild iliad disappeared.
Nearly; finantio iho woman' sought
Iho aid of Hie ipoliee and i,t wkw
nearly two Iioui Inter whon OlTleer
Ilell fmmd llio lad in illio vWnitv
Wedding Perftmt by Justice M.
Miss Eiunia J. Watkiiw and Mr.
William E. Mills -were married a
4 o'clock Wednesday uftcrnooa in.
tlio irobalo :conri; room. The core
inony was 'performed by Juetioo
II. C. Thompson and was witness
(m! by . number of. courtJiouso at-
laches. The vyounjr' pcailo will' re
Nicd in I'lnuiay,- wcrc the groom
is employed ns' a potter.
Z' ty!0 MmWB!'M tne Fall Reason's
( xlf -V- A'5':Sociatve'ri'ts.
WHlfilfiet Ritm4nr h R SUM . ti'
Will Select Site for the New State
Columbus, O, October 10. Dr.
Bunts and McDowell were still ab
sent when the tato commission met
yesterday to select a slto for the pro
posed State hospital for crippled and.
deformed children,, but thoy arrived
in tho afternoon. Dr. Rose and oth
ers, of Marietta,' presented a, slto
Stato Auditor said that he had not
hoard of tho proposition to abandon
tho present State' Institution for lm-
to the new State hospital. A more
probable proposition Is that- to use
some of the , buildings at the Stato
Soldiers and Sailors' Orphans' Homo
In Xenla. '
Thursday beforo tho commission
departed for Wcstorvlllo to Inspect a
slto near Minerva, fark, Auditor of
State Gullbert "stated that no selec
tion of a slte.O-would bo announced
for two weeks .,ylV.
See Barton, tonight,, Y. M. C. A.
j'M; . io-io-2t
Will Have ."'Ckarge of Plumbing
The plumblngbuslncss of Hammer
& Cusic on North Main street, went
into the handset a trustee, Wednesr
day. The "trustee is S. H. DoLong,
who was appointed by Robert K.
Carey, referee ' ri. .liankruptcy, at a
neanng neia. in, upper sanausky.
Mr'. DoLoiik .will 'have charse'of the
business untilro creditors, can de
cide upon fi receiver or until some
disposition Is -made of It.
See Barton tonight, Y. M.
COUNTY CLERK HAS
Common Pleas Court Con.
venes on October 21.
Out ot 267 Cases for Hearing There
are Only 42,, Divorce
County Clerk' William W. Kline
felter 1ms .finished tlio 'court docket
for Iho October 'term of tho com
mon pleas court which will open
Monday, October 21.'" There aro 207
cases tin. tho docket "and of this
number, only 42 aro divorce suits.
In tho past tho aiatio of divorce
suits have been .much greater than
this. During tho May term thero
wero 220 cases on tlio docket and
of this number, more than 60 were
It is believed that' -ono of tho.
chief reasons for tho decrease in
tho ratio of divorce suits is tho
increased deposit feo demanded by
Clerk Klinefelter. Until shortly
after ho went into office, an attor
ney had to deposit only $10 in or
der to filo a divorce petition.
In many cases this was tho only
money ever paid, and as1 a conso
quenco the clerk land sheriff wero
in tho hole for fees'. Mr. Klinefelto
decided to boost- the deposit to
$20. Ever since then thero has
been a let up in divorce business
and it is thought tho condition, will
Seo Barton tonight, Y. M. C. A,
The coijnty connnlaaloaers were in
Tully town'shlD viewing the Herr
ditch, Th.ursday. "
LV eon was bom this morniner to
tr, aiul Mrs. Jiatk 'Houghton, of
uuney Avenue, v
Marriage lfconses have been Issued
to Harry Mealey and Nellie Margaret
Doty, Marlon; '. William. ' E, Mlls,
Findlay, and Emma J, Watson, .Ma
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Seo Barton tonight 'Y. M, 0. A.
Ceremony Performed atfjigh
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Rev. Edmund G. Mapes Unites In
Marriage Miss Nellie Doty and
Mr. Harry Healey.
At high noon Thursday, Miss
Nellie Jit. Doty, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Doty, was united
in marriage to Mr. Harry Mcaloy,
at tho .residence of the bride's par
ents, on west Center street.
Tho interior of the homo wo3
nicely decorated with festoons of
bitter sweet, smilax and palms.
Tlio ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Edmund G. Mapes, retor
of St. Paul's church, the beautiful
ring ceremony o tho Episcopal
church being used. The brido and
groom entered tho parlor unattended
and the ceremony was .performed in
front of at massive bank of palms
and ferns. The bride was charming
in a beautiful gown of wluto Pans
muslin trimmed' with lace. Tho
wedding was attended by a company
of aibout thirty of the immediate
relatives and friends of the bndo
and jrroom. .
'At twelve o'clock" "a three course
huwbcon was served in the dining
room which was very attractively
Irimmod with bitter sweet, ferns
and bride's roses)..
Mrs. Mealey is 'an excellent
young woman of many accomplish
ments. She vis a member of Sf.
Paul's church and a member of
the Tattleis' club. Mr. Mealev is
employed in a responsible posit:on
at tho Mnon National bank. He
m a member of the Tally Wag club
and with his brido has tho best
wishes- of a host, of friends'.
Alitor a short weddinsr irin Mr.
and Mrs. Mealey will bo at .lioma'
.to their friends nt their house, 240
ti mi- uuiircu sircct.
The out of town suests at the
wedding were Miss Anna Mealoy,
of Richwood; Mr. nmrMrs. Gaston
and Miss Robertson of LoRuc; Mrs.
E. B. Wharton, of Mechanicsburg;
Mis9 Emmhi Doty ainl Mrs. C. C.
Human of Shelby and Mr. Thomas
Lake of Columbus.
Sco Barton tonight, Y. M. C. A.
Board so Decides at Meeting
CONTRACT IS AWARDED
For Printing Ballots for the
Board of State Deputy Supervisors
of Elections Meet Wednesday
The board of stato doputy super
visors o( elections hold u, meeting In
tho county commissioners' office
Wednesday evening, and by a unanl
Imous vote decided to divide precnct
C of the first ward. This .will give
the First ward five precincts, tho uew
ono to be known as Precinct E,
The now precinct wll lncludo the
territory extending east from Jeffqr
son street to the corporation line and
north from Center street to tno cor
poration line. The remamlndor will
be known as Precinct O and will ex
tend west from Jecersoij street to
Precinct C, as It orglnally stood,
had 40D votes. The law gives an el
ections board authority to dlvldo a
where the 'voto numbers more
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Tho Marlon Dally Star was 'uwarded
the conlractror printing ballots 'for
thej comjug election. Ther will bo 16,
000 for the rfntli,e"cb'unty.,'"riie only
other bidder was the Monarch Repub
lican company. The Ruggles-Oale com
pany of Cincinnati secured the con
tract for furnishing poll books, the
only bidder being the Johnson &
Watson company of Day ton,
Tho city council will name the
voting place for tho now precinct,
Seo Barton .tonight, Y. M. C, A.
The Warner &
STOCK AND ACCOUNTS
ARE ORDERED SOLD
To F. Earl Long by Common
Receiver for Marlon Dump Wagon
Company Files an
Qn an application filed in the
court of common ploas Thursday
movning O. E. Merkle, receiver for
tho Marion Dump "Wagon company,
Judge Young has ordered iho stock
of goods and accounts sold to F.
Karl Long, brother of II. G. Long,
former president tot' the company,.
The purchase price is $1,100. Tho
sale includes all 'material on hand,
as well as all ,aocounU duo for
dump wagons sold and unsettled
for, estimated to be ten wnyons1.
The accounts are in dispute. Tho
sale includes Ihc prvilcgo'and right
iipr Mr. Long to occupy Hie build
ing and n.se the niachiuerv and tools
until July J, 1008, for tho purpose
of completing wagons.
COUR t Ewe.
In tho suit ot Joseph J. Arthur
against James Hurruff, the plaintiff
has died a motion to tho amended
answer. Through his attorneys, Do-
Qolley & DeGollcy and Crisslnger &
Quthery, he moves that tho amended
answer be stricken from tho flics on
tlio ground that it contains tho same
allegations that tho court during tho
May torm ordered stricken out.
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DRESSY FALL KIRTS
Probably it is not a Suit that you need nor a coat it may
be a skirt. V ,
" VOILES "No othVsklrt is 'luito as dressy and stylish as a
real handoomo vollo. Oto lino of these skirts, from the ordinary
voile to tho highest fWwJo Al'cman, is by; far the host splection
wo over offered. As for sffki tho very latest. Priced $7.50 to
$18.56. . ' f
PANAMAS Hero yoa haYojo skirt of durability. All stylos
aro shown from thi plain gorM to he pretty trimmed styles.
$5.00 to. $16,50. , i
j. p. ludwiq Spg;ir
GET THE CASH
Trams the town ever and y
battissl ae hotter than oars at
Nvv York Store
Exclusive styles in
Tailor Made Suits,
misses wraps; vk
Peter Pan Suits,
Chiffon Panama Skirts
A fine grade of cloth,
plaited and trimmed
itb stitched flte
Fine Wool Taffetas.
A beautiful skirt with
fine tucks. Black Brown
Correct in every detail.
Black Voile Skirts.
Very Dressy Skirts in
France Velle with silk
bands. $IOv SIS, $21.
Black Broadcloth Skirts
French Br eadcloth
Skirts with wide plaits
and braid aanals. Sfl
54- and $25.
:: FLOUR : '
$1.40 per sack
at your grocers. Xty
a sack today. It will
be higher so you had
better lay in a supply.
For saleVat grocers
and made duly by
$1 COLUMBUS AND RETU1N $1
Tho C. D. & M. makes a special
rato of one dollar to Columbus and
roturrt on Sundays. First car leaves
Marlon 6 a. m.; last car leaves
Columbus, 8:30 p. m. Car overy hour.
will pay 12 1-2 or 15c for
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