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i THE DAILY MIRROR
I. BURGESS ... Business Maruujjer
1. 0. HOLLAND Editor
K F. M. ARMSTRONG. .City Editor
ADVERTISING KATEI TO-
WISHED ON APPLICATION.
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4i min paper rouviruiiuc umwu nw wr-
V graphic News Service and Market KnporU.
$ RATES OF SUBBOBIFTIOir.
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P For Week bv Carrier ....-... .10c
By Moil, per Year 14.00
Boini-Weekly Mirror, pn year $1.00
1 nis is tne season to give.
M We have caught that spirit by giving you1 a special offering of, reduced prices.
It is a ..wonderful offering of clothing at wonderful prices.
Both Phone :. No.
WBATJIEIi Fair tonight nm
Saturday. Warinnr tonight In ox
treme southern portion.
FRIDAY, XOVKMHHR 15. 1007.
Superb suits aad avercaata. Fins talloriag la these suits anal aver
coats. Gray aad brawa, all wool Scotch mixtures. Best of liaiags
Overcoats and suits guaranteed $15.00 values. Fine all wool, black,
S ff uvercoais ana suns guarameea six
lal.llll rfrav and blue Kersey in overcoats.
Suits in fine worsteds, plaids and checks.
f '.Ludwlg NIsRon, Chairman of tho
' Diamond Importers' Association1
"CustomH Committee, says smuRRlIng
bj rich people who visit Europe, J
has assumed colossal proportions. (
1 Ho declares that as much Jowelry'
and precious stones are smuggled
every year as Is brought In legiti
mately. Tho value ol tho latter
class Is between $2,000,000 anil .fl.-j
000.000. Maiden Lane Importers j
are starting a movement to have I
ysmugglers punished moro sovorely, ,
Too much leniency ts now extend.
ed to smugglers caught. It Is n snd
commentary on tho Republican cus.
toms offlcors, the Federal, courts
and the wealthy tourist class of
Americans who are generally sup
ported of tho present Arfmluistrn.
w m L h. These overcoats and .suits cannot be eaualed under S18.00.
Y JLt JVJ Extra fine all wool, black, Kersey, fancy worsteds Latest prevail-,,
The very finest. The top notches in ready to wear suits and over
f F fC coats. Black and brawn, super fine all weel kersey. Silk line and
1 a J Vr sheer lining to match. Hand made throughout, an exceptionally
- well tailored garment.
Reduced prices on winter
clothing. ..' ' v t'lps.
all styles and sizes. Ridiculously low prices. "'Money refunded on any purchase during
winter pants at special
Low prices oh boys and children's
Socialism always ends In the de
struction of that freedom which
'it Bets out to achieve. Its hls
jtory is tho old story of tho
man who Btarts out for wool and
(returns shorn. It Is a metapphyslcAl
theory j and Its ndvocates always
unite in a church or a party
to which they surrender all their
natural rights, and which ends In
feudalism or, a hierarchy. Mormon
ism Js the best example of social-
ism in this country.
I. MLJFZ2C 8c SONS.
113 SOUTH flAIN ST.
If a few Japanese could have
been turned loose In Clarion coun
ty todny shortly after tho hunters
had gotten Into tho Held It would a Teddy Hear,
have had moro effect than Taft's
recent visit to Japan,
Hetty (Ircen says there Is no
pleasuro like making nionoy, but
somo peoplo would dlsputo with
her If they could hnvo tho pleas
ure of spending whnt she has
In his Indianapolis
speech on Iuno 4, last;
bo; they shall bo brought
1 anil no rrlmlnnl lilcli np
low; whom wo can
reach, will re.
Immunity." Yet while ho
was saying this, he Know thnt tho
Alton people would recelvo Im
munity. Ho had pledged himsolf to
secure immunity for them. How
do you explain your Inconsistency
Powder manufacturers should bo
compelled to close during political
campaigns and be prohibited from
employing women at any tlmo. There
is too great a likelihood of heated
Tho next movo upon the part of. No man wants to marry. At least
tho president will probably bo toloo of them sax they do. It is sol
L , ,, , , ... .... dom, Indeed, that' any man has "ssr-
displace tho American Eagle with ilolm,IlUelUo'nH.. w)l01f 1)CgIns Kl.
Ing upon a girl. , If be has, ho Ib
not very successful In his suit. He
Peace In tho Cleveland street .doesn't know, himself, often, why ho
railroad troubles seems even moro , began calling upon. a certain girl. He
coma sit. uowu wit 11 n pencil ami
dlstnnt than In Central America.
As y'ot President Jtoosovolt has
made no movo to have "E Plurlbus
unum" loft oft of tho coins.
paper and figure out that ho knows
a hundred wome"n;ivho aro better
.looking. iHe Is; acquainted with some
Another bunch of "young hopefuls"
will probably bo Injured In tomor
row's football games.
that tho bont-rocklng sea
nbout over we aro begin-
man who looked
barrel to boo' if
What Others Say.
down tho gun.
It was loaded.
g benor Alcorta, ono of tho lead.
ers of the "revolution of 1000"
has issued a pronounciamento In
"which ho declares that U18 only
pway to establish stablo govern
. ment Is for all Cubans to unito
first. Then they must stay unit.
. uu aim Biuji piaying soldier.
In railroading there seems to
bo a dlfferenco botweon the old
plan to charge "all tho traffic will
bOar" ntlrl thn nntu nlnn -, !...
-..w .v if.MI, Ul U11UIH
Ing only "what tho public will
' bear" and this Improvement Is
I only duo to stato laws and not
1 national legislation.
j John Temple Graves, tho South.
orn editor now In charge of
J Hearst's papers, hints that he may
make New Vork City "dry" in
A female contributor to tho Chl-
rntui .Tnurnnl. wrltilll! UDOn the Slb-
tno 'ject of marriage makes tho statement
that "there are eases whero a woman
Is strongly attracted to a man, and
ho may caro nothing for her; In this
case sbo deliberately sets tilwut win
ning ills love, and beguiling him lutoY
marriage." Later along In tho nrtlclo
(she says, "me naro easily beguiled 1
food and flattery aro an Irresistible
Slnco tho first dispute botweon Ad
nm and Eve as to which one proposed,
A cable dispatch announces that,tlie 8Ul)J0t:t ot marriage and or court-m-
t ,..i .1.. . ,., . I'ng have been favorite subjects. A
At&b IUI1U IJ II II llin I'll I III1MI Mil ' aai
whom ho knqwK . Is brighter. His
list of acquaintances include somo
that aro richer. In fact, he. ran 'not
convince himself,- while. Hitting alone
nnd arguing , upon, . It, Just why ho
should bo ealUng'tvpgularly upon that
particular girl in; .nrefernec to all of tto begin with, that ho Is Just about
the other girls" ho knows. t ho is right. It 18,. theroforo, natural that
and, as a truth,, 'ho' sis not being bo
As for flattery well, it Is not only
In Jove affairs that It counts. It has
n gqod deal to do with the business
of the world. That Is, If you want
to call it flattery. Whatever It Is.
It Is natural thnt It should havo grout
For Instance, nn employer wants
men In his employe who think ns ho
docs. Ho wants men In sympathy
with his plans. It Is natural, there
fore, that the employo who pretonds
to havo a high regard for tho opln
lonsof tho employer, whether they nio
slncorc or not will attract tho at
tention of the employer.
And It Is tho sanio In lovo affairs
as In business. Every man believes
subtlo that he hnS'nof 'suspected jt, sons, who mako him bellevq tbitj. t,hcy !
vww uu.iv.v .v in JUU .tIJIJIli, JiUUL.
gulled at all, not designedly. And
yet ho goes.regularlyto see tho young
woman and Anally marries her. It Is
one of tho mysteries ,'of Nature why
any certain man marries any certain
Tho Columbus tux conference ap
pears to bo confronting u task
which Is almost ns stupendous ns
that which was encountered by
ihe Hague peaco conference.
It Is the only way he hns of finding
persons with whom he can be in
harmony. So that If that Is what tho
correspondent means by flattery.' 'it
that Is whafsho means by statlnir
eliminating' of course thoRo (that owry man Is easily beguiled.
why, sho is correct. Springeld (Q )
mountains on a mule. air.
will forget tho oxporlonco
betoro tho mulo will.
Only n few years ago tho flnan-
mllllon people havo handled tho sub
jects, and a million opinions have
resulted from handling. So that ono
Is always safe In writing anything
about love and nirfrrlago. Tho con
tributor to tho Journal ran no r'sk
wnen sno sam man was easily bo
mercenary people w,ho sell themselves
for a price, or niorry. for nionoy ns
polite society calls it.j
And it, is as fortunate as It Is
mysterious, that no nian knows why
ho should be attracted to a partic
ular woman. If beauty could bo'
weighed in scales, nmTmlnd could bo
measured by n yard stick, marriage
would bo a mutter of commerce, every
man securing ns beautiful woman ns
ho could afford, every' woman barter
ing ror tho best advantages. nut
beauty enn" not be weighed In tho
scales, nor mini! measured by a yard
tlck, so that every' fellow carries
around with him without knowing It
a standard by which, he weighs and
measures the qualit cs he excnefH to
mm in a 1110 rnmn.nnlnn
.11 u I'lfiiiimnion ah.i v.,.
- Illlivn. Mil., ..i .. . - -
ciors woro Juggling small factories "Bulled. Ho Is or Is not, as you think to ascor 1,1. , w Aw T ." ?,"
and formlnir fr,.u V-.,,, tu HOOUllt. !,.,, ,. ' '"" ""'
.. "'M. 1UM IHUJ iiltl , "0 IIJf
planning to Jugglo tho trusts and
form ono big one.
"Attltudo of Fairbanks" Is a
current caption. It means relation
to tho nomination, nnd not to tlio
Insidious cocktail and so is of
Impossible! How could
and a colonel dwoll In
m The Charleston Nowb and Cour.
iUlier suggests that even nndes mny
Vbo incorporated under tho laws of
New Jersey. Impossible. "Wator is
allowed in New Jorsoy corporations.
ipWe Carry In Stock
TTW f B. -
r cerresaeadeace tchanl
eats aad the colors of Hig.
i'a aad Post's Waterproof
Successful dishonesty is an.
otltor tolling presidential phrase.
It Is tho unsuccessful thief who
has heretofore boon getting It In
Umbrella repairing Js a poor
buslnoss, on account of tho op
portunities ono hns for exchanging
nn old ono for a now one.
Tho recont stringency In tho
monoy market did not seom to
materially affect tho numbor of
FRANCE HAS ANOTHER
DREYFUS CASE ON HAND
Ensign Who Offered to Sell Information, to a Foreign
Power Confesses His Guilt, After BeingfTrapped
A German Ensign Who Has Just Been
Recalled Suspected by the m
10 Ensign Ullmo. -Tho
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C; lQ. Wiant
Carrie Nation 'says the women of
Cloyelond are cowards.Slnco tho ro.
cent school board elections, Bho
could not mako that charge against
That Indian uprising in tho
West is as nothing compared to
tho ono wo aro having hero in
tho East in tho football world.
The I'hlllppluea aro starting in
who wbb arrested last month nt
Toulon, charged with Doing n spy,
confessed his guilt, when .confronted
In mii'.i .llll - ii.'i ' !'.? L.f ' -. '"I
:.. '..;. s.,vjkTO?w or .
le.egram wnteh' b'd "KM- filed At -(i'm Arreslpd. last
imion umro8sc,ai.io an.agonfc''bf to
torolgn powaiwt no &IU. Shoi,
Tho dlspatcli Jmd been'v,wfHfen-
n a rtisgulso hand nnd was not
signed, but before handing Nit in
to tho clork Ullmo absentmlndodly
mado a correction In his own
handwriting and gayo Jiis own
name to tho clerk in compliance
with tho regulations requiring
tho nnmo of the sondor of a
telogram, Uilmo told tho magis
trate that tho forelKn nowor in.
Libre Parole. today
that tho connection
Admiral Slegol. theXtiermnn nnv..i
attacho 8hRro wU0Vmj Just boon
JeaU9dimV'M lEnsigm Hllmoof who
;S'jFft rfrres(odt last' ririnhtiii(n.f,irtviL
tlP"nhnrgoil with boiniO'ih tnv, n.L
:aon -wtabllsiiod hv l inrt.UB,
ivt.ltll nHK . 1L '. I
......v,, nm now in tun hnn.lo ' i.f
. Luyaoc, the .examining magis
trate, who Is inquiring. Into tho
charges ngaliiBl .bllmo. Tho pnpor'
ndda hat their qorro?pondoUco was
carried on tur.oug!;Hebrow inter-
nl .UrI8; . 'Ut '' a persona!
mooting botweon UJlmo. and Slogei
ZTT ft Parl8,-nPt,Auu'
thnt fibgel'B Tecafijwas duqto tho
., IIIUI Jin U'OI pmnnrnmlnJ
TRY ADMIRAL COFFEE.
WOMAN'S STOCKING NO
PLACE TO CARRV MONEY
wiiiimn, ieo iov. i-,. a sno.
clul to tho World Herald from .D03
Moines says that "tho Judges of the
Supremo Court of Iowa havo do.
elded thnt a womnnjs stocking
la not tho propor plnco to carry
her monoy. nnd that when hurry,
ing to removo It sho opens tho
wrong door of n depot nnd falls
down stair tho railroad company
Is not llnblo for her Injuries.
Tho decision was rendered in tho
naso brought by Mrs. Snrnli E. Mc
NiuiBlUqn. of Waterloo, against tho
Illinois. Control Railway Company.
Mrs. MoNauRhton foil down . n
night of stairs In tho railroad com.
Dany's passenger dopo.t lit Wntor
mo Wlien Irvlnir in .
money out or ono of, hor stock
ings. Sho Biistalnod seyore'l'lnj'ufles
from tho fall, and "brought a a
suit against tho road nnklifg .4-oo6
damages. V i
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SALE, FOR SAI
URD AY MORNING
4 1 I
L. I " V '
v Big bargains in China anclJapaneseii
Mattings, Carpet and Linoleum remnarts.
China Mattings at -- 4c per yard.
Japanese Mattingsat - - 9c per ard
All wool, and wool filled Carpet rem-.!
nants in;' strips from 1 yd. to 10 yds. at
33c per'yard. . ' , I
Linoleum, remnants; worih, 8 5c per yd.;'
at 37c. : ; l
Come early and get first choice, this
lot will go quick.
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OPTION BILL WILL! PASS
Author of the' Bill Declares Twenty Senators and 4 Ma
jority of the Representatives are Pledged to Vote. '
foi its Passage A Number of Amendments to
the, Original Bill have been agreed upon. v-
Columbus, 'O ,f Nov. G Sena,
.tor. Isaiah It.. Rpso of Marlettn,
author of tl)o county local option
bill ponding in the stato senate,
was hero, fresh' "from a coilferenco
about tho bill - at Toledo.. .wlth
Senator Sylvester Lamb, thV'indc.
pendent, who holds tlfo balance of
power In tho uppor house.
Sonntor Lnmb ylll lend tho fight
for tho passngo of tho bill. Both
ho and Senator Jloso count upon 20
senators bolng for tho bill, or ono
moro than n majority. Thoro are
enough members "lo'r thor houso
pledged to Insiiro" Its onnctment if
It gots through'thoi sonnto.
. ltoso and J.amb havo agreed upon
a number of amendments to "tho
bill. Tho measure will provide
thnt upon' petitions of 2.1 por cent
of tho electors of nny county tho
Judgos of tho common pleas court
or tho county commissioners shall
ordor u couijty option election,
which shnll not bo hold In connec
tion with any other election-
Should a county no voted drv. I torj''
tlion no lntoxlcnrita phnll bo sold
for bovorngea for tnreo years, or
of county local T?,wi3jf
larnind" at Nthn - :JK'CT?
Anti-saloon, league . .said;
j no .inenus
pptlon ,aro not alanriod nt ;J.tho
unauthorlzdd ,und unfriendly press
rcportMlglyfri yn . certajn. pafcbfai In
Ohio coiicornlng tho Rose, loyal 5)p
tlon bllj, Wo bolleyo 'tho niombora
of tho gencrnl "assenmiy will give
tho bill a fair and favornblo con- c
slderatlon wjion thoy meet Jn
special session In January. The
sentiment In favor of tho ,)aw
all over tho. "'stato hanbqen grow
ing very rapidly in the last two
years. When wo consider that over
!."t lor rent of tfio territory of
Ohio in dry nnd almost fif) "per -cent
of tho population lives in
dry territory wo, realize the p'ub-l
He sontlmont In favor ''of such log--iBlntlon.
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"All of tho P.qoplev.llvlnB lh .this"'
dry territory nre being' taxed', to
help boor tho oxjinnao 'of ' crime and
poverty produced In wot' terri.
and theso districts are grow.'
lug restless' under tnla" unjust
burden and thpy demand the pas.
WOMAN DRINKS POISON
Crawfonlsvlllo, Ind.. November 1K
Giiovlng over tho death of hor bus
band, W. K. Wallace, whloh,occirred
a fo wmonths ago, Mrs. Isabello'lC.
Wallace, n pi-omlnonc society won
an hero, committed sulcldo this
morning In a traglo manner
uoing to hor npartmonts slin iinnnmi'
tho best garments her wardrobe of-''
forcd. Then sbo croKsrfii n.o i...
to visit a few minutes nt thn imm
of a friend. Unon leavlm nim m.
''Jf I (lOll't Set lln 111 thn mni.nn.
y.ou wl fnflW i.nnj. sick ,and am in
I'ryfl i.i'W.V.,iVpv.irrivtnB home,
fthe 1putipn,.n,1liathrobe.iBdt down to
a tabjo- and drank llborally of caf
boIiQ nqld and chloroform,
until nnother election shall havo ms of n county local option law.
boon held somo tlmo nftor "that,or no'"lt'on from' that part 6t
period. Tlio election shnll bo, hold 'J10' -'"nty taxation caused by Ihe
within off days after ' notice of,Ur'uor t raffle. , Jf
It has boon given, nnd if tho dry "Moro tlinh a doKoii states havo
proposltlort cnrrles, nil dealers Jn'sughn law nnd It workB success.
jnioxicants to no used for bover. fully. No stato that has tried such
ages must ccaso business within a law hnn ovor 3flo'diwiiJt' Wo
00 days. In dry 'counties liquor aro confident that "UiT gnhoral
can thereafter bo procured only InsFomblv will ronnniwi in , nvn
upon a proscription of n physician
and tho prescription can bo used
whelming sontlmont of tho stato In
favor of this much.ncedcd and
Just legislation." ' ,.
Tell all about the Murder o
James Abbott at
; Wapakoneta, 0.f Nov, IG.What
Is claimed to bo. ttiu cpnlesslon of
Vornard Gibson of St. Marya, in.
dieted with William Williams for
'the murder of (JamcH Abbotf wn3
mado public by' Prosecutor Smith.
Gibson says that on Sunday oyr
onlpg, ;jnn. "0. ho anil .Williams
mot Abbott, who
VIVE SFELHTnWfi iDir
ffniintimDi1B,n'11Mr a. vacant moon in Ot.
..FOUND IN GRAVEL PIT Marys, They hod -a grudge rigalnst
Bellefontalno. Ohio. November-in "."" ftn they wore teasing
Workmen In a grave! pjt near Fair- Abbott drew a pocket knife.
vow plko, tblt county, uncovered a In lho flKnt' "iat followed, Olb-
group or ftvo human" Bkeletons. nil ron "ays. wi llama hit Abbott on
snowstorm, nnd loft it beside 'tlio
railroad traejf, ' whprn It was found
tho next dny.
Mrs. Gibson, tho mother of Ver.
nard, who Is In Jail on another
Chnrgo, it Js Bald, brought pressure,
to bear op nor sou to confess.
Dotoctlvea from a Cioyoland
ngeney secured tho confession.
.'Meet mo at Kalss .Candy Shop."
CHAS, TUKNEM CO.
Grocery buyers will do well to!
viaii our mantel to purchase sup
plies hr the tabreT " r'
Fancy New York estate eaUng
and cooking apples, liancy New
York slate Dears, imlnr.ua nrl
sweet apptesrfersey sweet potal
ss, parsnips, carets. endive,J
lettuce. 8Dina-h. cUrv k..ki;,J
sauash. birarias. nrnd' ,,
Iruit; all kind new nuts, vapcfJ
ated fruits, honey, , pfcklee 'arwl
preserves, the best ol service and
- mff-'-jV-jy vv, on tielr promlBed homo rulo. Cuba l,Hl!B1t,0 rofuspd. his offers to The Libre Pafole' ' a xlnZ'n f,nK ,n "" '"ap. The Bkejetona ,arp M10, hoad wUl, alub and, ho a desire to please, the trade. .M -mji
'; KmWmjmi AMD MTJLTlOm,. woaeBVwat.''tBey"wlll n ltonnniion on the ground anM-Scmltlc iJllff j8 a , ItZil thoa'.tt The skull' of, on? JH deK Thoy .hid the body ,4n tho ' ' "":,,?.-$ ' ifph i
t . JUM rf Feet Oa,.. , joaafsltfcat.. ,tbey will do the price he nskeil. was -too and the InfSion Jvini f w TiJ'"1'' W r"-.W!,c. llo "W V', "re jtremalned fo? rie Tftaiii.n-. J, Ai -'!
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