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T1IK MARION DAILY MfnHOR, MONDAY, DBCBMUKR 9- 1007.
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Ytur Lift l at Staki
lirn you havo n coujdi or
cold In vour chest listiRingon
week alter week. Hundreds
ol fatal cans might bo pre
vented by taking llio riiint
remedy In time. FIo'ir Curo
will prevent tlio deadly coir
sumption and drive out tho
persistent cough or cold. It
Is Iho ono raf remedy ulvlnir
prompt relief et pleasant to
take and liiUmlus.
All DrugRlttl 29 Cent
A "BLUE" SONDAY IN GOTHAM,
ALL PLACES OF AMUSEMENT
WERE CLOSED TIGHT.
The Lid was Clamped Down on All
Theatres, Rinks, Penny Arcades
and Dancing Academics.
New York, Dec. 9. New York on
Sunday treated. Its millions of resi
dents to the novelty of a thoroughly
"blue" Sunday, the llrst nnd probably
tho last in tho history of the metropo
lis. f Tho aldermen will meet Tuesday to
Modify tho ordinances so far as their
There were few attempts to evado
the law following Pollen Commission
er Bingham's announcement that all
Sunday entertainments must cease In
accordance with Justice O'Gorman'a
Interpretation of the Sunday closing1
act. In Brooklyn tlneo propilctors ofi
moving picture shows who had gone'
to tho trouble of getting out Injunc-,
tlons restraining tho pollco from In
terfering with their business kept
open, but with these exceptions the
amusement promoters held to their
avowed Intention of resting their
cases' with tho people, confident thnt
public opinion would demand n modi
fication of a law which prohibited all,
sorts of amusements. Tho police were
alert throughout tho day and In a few
instances, in tho strongholds of tho
foreigners, found showmen who had
failed to grasp the significance of tho
closing order. Thcso shut up shop
upon uelng warned.
Tho effect of tho Sunday closing
was everywhere apparent. Hicndwayf
was deserted except for those who
found nothing better to do than to
walk the streots. The hush thioiigh-i
out the Great White Way was painful J
to ears accustomed to woejc day
noises and Sunday harmonics. Upon I
tho closed doors of the opera houses,
theatres, music halls, dancing acado
mles, sknting rinks and penny ar
cades placards had been posted.
Theso announced that tho places had
beon closed for the day,
At tho voilous branches of tho
Young Men's Christian association
tho usual Sunday programs wore
radically changed. Tho stereoptlcon
exhibitions Illustrating scriptural
texts, moving pictures which havo
been a featuro of the Sunday after
noon meetings, weio suspended. Tho
services followed strictly religious
lines. Nothing that In nny way sug
gested a decision was permitted.
Copper Mines to be Shut Down.
Butte, Mont., Dec. !. Acting on In
structions from New York, all the
mines of tfio Anaconda Co.. tho Butte
und Boston Co. and the Washoo, Par
rot and Trenton companies, will bo
closed. Operations of the Amalgamat
ed Copper Co. will be confined to tho
properties of tho Boston nnd Montana
Co., which embraces tho largest mines
In tho Butto region.
Church Is Robbed of an Art Treasure.
Courtral, Belgium, Dec. 9. Ono of
Van Dyke's great mastei pieces, "Tho
Erection of tho Cross," has been
stolen from the church of Notro Dame.
The thieves cut out tho canvas from
the framo and carried It away. Thoy
are believed to havo been oxpertn, as
watchmen employed In guarding tho
treasures of the church observed noth
ing. Shot His Wife and Killed Himself.
Lisbon, O., Dec. 9. After shooting
his wlfo In tho head Sunday, Harry
Webo, 21 years old, a harnessmaker,
sent a bullet Into his own brain and
died Instantly. Tho woman may re
covery Tho couple had been marrlod
about a month. Jealousy Is supposed
to have been tho cause of tiro shoot
ing. Hughes Will Not Go to Convention.
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 9, "Gov.
Hughes has no Intention of going to
Chicago next Juno, nor has ho any In
tention of opening headquarters thero
or anywhere else." This stutoment
was made last night by Robert 11.
Fuller, secretary to Gov. Hughes.
Bankers Charged with Embezzlement
San Francisco, Doc. 9. Dateoll
Brown, manager of tho California
Safo Deposit and Trust Co., which
closed Its doora In November, was ar
rested, last night on tho ch.irgo of cm
bezzllng $300,000 belonging to an es
tate. A warrant has also boon Issued
for tho arrest of W. J. Bartnett, a
loading lawyor and a director of tho
bank. Brown is in custody pending
tho procuring of cash bail of $100,000
or a bond of twice that amount.
Ex-Consul Goodnow Dies.
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 9. A cablo
dispatch was received Sunday by rela
tlvos 'announcing tho death nt Malaga,
Spain,' of John Cloodnow, formerly
cortsul general at Shanghai.
fyTwo People Asphyxiated.
,. .Atlantic City, N. .T.f Doc 0. Georgo
Bwen, aged, CO yoarB, and Mrs. Sarah
Aiuwnu!, UK'-n ob, were uspuyxiaiea
irepuniay. mo gas went out wliilo
fS W K inu woman, ai'ouso-
Butnv'i io uis usDisinnco una
Despondent Man Suicided,
nglle(d, O., Dec. U, Mark Bar-
w, a young man gving Haiti-
.sit pome, is uying in a bos
H' as .the rosult of ' taking
m with suicidal intent last
was despondent over flnau-
i .U K
r mam tJUttara.
THE COMMERCIAL SHELL GAMS.
n 1 1 ii iQ ' &&rr-
Th Pneresslve Jap Is Turning the
ARE REM FOR
A FISH F
GOLDFIELD MINERS AND OPER
ATORS PREPARE FOR A SIEGE.
MINES WILL BE REOPENED
Some Time This Week Federal
Troop3 are In Camp All Mines
are Picketed by Members
of the Union.
Goldlleld, Nov., Doc. 9. Capt. Will
lain Co, tho representative of Gov.
Spntks In Goldfleld, stnted Sunday
that he had Information from llio
Mine Owners' association that an at
lompt will bo niado during tho week
to reopen the mines hero with non
union men. This Information has
been "communicated to the governor
nnd Is in the hands of Col. Alfred
Reynolds, commanding tho federal
troops encamped In this city. Officials
of the, Mlno Owners' association re
fuse to say positively that such Is tho
ease, but eery indication points to
tho fact that Wednesday baa been de
cided on an tho date when the at
tempt will bo made to put men In thp
mines to pump out tlrt water that hi
lllllng tho lower lovols.
Thero aro nlno companies of troops
hero, tho dotnclunent from Monterey
having gono Into camp on Combina
tion bill, within 300 yards of tho mill
of tho Goldlleld Consolidated Co. Tho
detachment which camo from San
Francisco rcmulns In tho camp estab
lished In tho northwestern part of
town, a mile and a half from the near
est mine. Col. Reynolds, command
ing nil tho troops here, Is quartered
In a tent in tho llrst camp and will re
main there. Ho refuses to say
whether ho will detail soldiers to
pp-ol tho mines when tho attempt is
n. ..o to reopen, but merely stntea
that tho troops are hero to preserve
Sheriff lngalls, of Esmeralda coun
ty, in which Goldlleld Is located, has
gone to porno distant mines ami tho
sheriff's ofllco is In tho hands of Un -
dor Shorlff Bert Knight, who asserts
that ho Is ablo to handlo nny crisis
U1UI lliuy MIJSU IIUIIl II1U UUUIUIH IU
reopen tho mines.
Ho hns sworn In a dozen deputies,
llo characterizes tho statement!) of
tho mlno owners that tho union men
aro arming thomsolves and preparing
to mako trouble as false, and Bays
that In his holler thoro will bo no ef
fort mado to provent tho mlno owners
from working tho mines with what
ever .men they may employ.
A telegram which tho sheriff sent
to Gov. Sparks protostlng against tho
prchonco of tho tioops In Goldlleld
From what can bo gathered It
scorns probable that tho Minn Own
ers' nsbociatlon was prlmnrlly respon
sible for tho prcsonco of tho federal
troops here, but that It was not In
tended In tho first place that troops
should bo sent at this tlnio. It was
Intended to havo them In roadlnesti
to respond to nn urgent call, but when
tho fact becamo public that tho send-
nig m iroops was conn mpmieu no
best to havo tho troops on ' u,' olllcors for tho ensuing year,
ground, as tho minors woro Ineonsod aiailago Heens.cs havoieon Issued
over tho fact of tho troop being held to charic3 ,L Dulton Wld Goldlo F
In readiness to como and might com- ,MooIO vnrlnn- ljilln n-iwmn Mlnv
mtt violence at any mlnuto. Tho mlno , x',.. . ' , a , r!
owners then saw tho chnnco to tako laud NoI,1 May woy. Morral; flow
advantago of tlip presencu of tho ail Chrystlor and Stella McEntlrc,
troops Hero to begin preparations to
All tho mlnos nro picketed by union
men nnd according to tho btntonicut
of the owners It Is Impossible for tho
owner nnd mannger of n property to
visit his property to know what con
dition it In In, much less to put men
In tho mlno to work the pumps. ,
Both sides stnte that tho fight is on
and that this Is to bo u fight to a fin
ish nnd that thoy aro propared for It.
Neither sldo protends thnt tho ques
tion of accepting tho scrip'lssuod by
tho John S. Cook Co. bank was ovcr
bring tho whole long list of grlov-,"uo
ances on either sldo to an issue.
UIO limil llll ftlCUBU IU
Trolley Cars Collided.
Columbus, O., Deo. 9, -Nino persons
were Injuiod last night In a collision
botwoeu two trolley carsiut the lntef
Boctlon of Fulton and Filth atreetg.
Trick On His Competitors Which Ha
Stephen Ruhrcr, mayor of Clove
land from 1SG7 to 1871, Is dead.
(leorgo Olley, aged 110 years, lack
lug IS days, bollevcd to bo thcoldest
person In Now York state. Is dead at
his homo In Urn ml Bend, N. Y.
Thrco boys ranging In ago from 8
to 12 years woro drowned while cross
ing tho Flint river tv.o nnd a half
miles south of Flint, Mich., on the
In a report mado to Gov. Harris (ho
Ohio railroad commission declares
that It has been hntnpered In Its work
by tho courts, which havo, for tho
mero asking, granted Injunctions nulli
fying Its orders.
After a .'!0 days' run that reduced.
deposits from SISS.OOO to $C,,000, tho
Bank or Miami, Okla., closed. Its
funds wero tied up In the National
Bank of Commerce, of Kanbas City,
which failed lecently.
STABBED AT LARUE
Charles Bare Arrested ard
Placed in Jail.
Cutting Affray Takes Place on the
Street Victims Wounds Wot
Hnrvey Swnllem a butcher, aged
Ho years, was stabbed twlco In
tho nbdomon, Saturday afternoon
on Uio streets or Lallua by Charles
Hare, aged 'J. Haro Is a teamster.
had been drinking,
walked down tho Btruct and meet
ing Swallom declared that ho
could whip any man In tho vll.
lago. Swnlleni started to Joko
with Haro and tho latter, with
out warning, drew n pocket knlfo
and stabbed Swallom twice.
Hnro was later arrested by Mar
shal Lamb and taken beforo Justlco
'Amerlno on n charge of cutting
with Intent to wound. He was
1)0Und ovcr lo tll0 Braml jury on
n bond of $300. Ho was brought to
tho county Jail and 'Monday mom.
Ing, when It was announced that
Swallom 's wouird might provo fatal,
tho bond waB Increasotl to $500
Dr. N. .SlfTrltt, who attended Swal
lom, stated Monday afternoon that
moioly flesh wounds woro Inflicted
and that Swallom will recover.
Marion Chuptor, ill. A. itf. will
i meet Tuesday ovonlng, and elect
a no i,. vj, ji, a. wm noia a
mooting Wednesday ovonlng in tho
school house .on north J?ro3pect
Istreot at which timo tho annual
election of ouicers will tako pIacot
un uiursuay ovoning tuero will bo
hold an opon mooting at tho same
placo. (AH Catholic ladles nro in
vlted to attend.
Tho contrao t for constructing
tho iHorr ditch in 'fully township
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"'" wraoy, oy county
surveyor iU 8. Ault. II. IB, Caroy
and Charles Muson wore awarded
tho trench work nnd John rrirsch
will furnish tho ,tlle. fTho dlteh
will bo tlireo miles In length and
will cost $3,700;
OSCAR, KMQrllF -SWEDEN,
was most Learned and most
democratic of all kings.
WAS BRAVE, WISE AND KIND.
No European Sovereign was So Well
Beloved by His People as the Ope
Who, Has Just Passed Away,
Full of Years bnd Honors.
Stockholm, Dec. 9. Oscar II., king
of 8wedon, died nt 0;10 o'clock Sun
day morning. Tho death of tho vener
ablo monarch occurred In the royal
apartments of the pnlaco, where, sur
rounded by tho members of his family,
i? tho nged Qucpn Sophia and
.n prince, uscar intsiave, aim
his high ministers of state, the Incvlta-
bio end had been awaited, while out-
side tho pnlnco groat crouds Btood
with bowed heads nnd tenrful eyes
long after Iho announcement camo of
thef death of their well loved sovetclgn.
Tho wholo country Is bowed in grief,
for King Oscar was something ninro
than a ruler of his peoplo and had on
denied himself to them ns nn Intimate
King Oscar has long been ono of
tho most Interesting figures of TJnro
pcan loyalty, his descent from Na
poleon's great Held maisbal, Benin
dotte, his glgnntlc Btaturo and his fam
ily connections with many othvsr great
1)ouros of Furnpo combining to give
him nn Interesting personality. ills
democratic habits havo mado him Idol
ized by his subjects, who regarded
him nioro ns a father thnn n monarch.
It was King Oscar'u devotion to tho
cause of pence that attracted tho at
tention of both tho United States nnd
Great Britain when the two countries
wero framing tho Olnoy-l'aunccfotc
,;cnornl treaty of arbitration, tho docu
ment naming King Oscnr as llnnl arbi
trator fchould thobo representing th6
two countries fall to amce.
Under King Oscnr, Sweden's stabil
ity anil""progrcHT havo been uniform
until tho cventii culminating In tho re
cent separation of Norway- Tho llnnl
suceohs of tho separation movement
was a grievous blow to the aged king.
Both bis prldo nnd hls hcait wero
wounded, and his constant brooding
over this unhappy cent doubtless con
tributed to his death. Indeed, the doe
lnr' final diagnosis that his heart was
affocted appears lo give, color to tho
earlier reports that ho was slowly
tliiiR of a broken heart.
The now King Gustavo much re
sembles bis father In gigantic ctnturo
and In light Savon-blondo features.
Tho vquiiK monarch has frequently
acted ab regent during tho Illness nnd
vbsenco of his fntber nnd hns display
ed good sense and ability. Ho Is much
liked liero and nt othci' capltalsv
Oscar II.. king of Sweden and' previ
ous to 1005 king of Swollen 'nnd Nor
way, wan born January 21, 1829. Ho
was Iho third son of King Oscar I. und
"t Queen Josephine, daughter of
?rlnco Eugcnp or Louchtenbcrg, nnd a
;rnndson or Marshal Uemadotte.
)hcar II. succeeded to tho throne nt
ho death of his bt other, King Carl
V., September 18, 1872. llo wan mar
led Juno fi, 1S."7, to Queen Sophia,
laughter of the lato Duko William of
N'nscau. Four children survlvo King
Iscar -Cioin Ptinco Gustavo, born
funo 10, 1S58; Prlnco Oscar Bcrnn
lotto, born Novembor in. 1859; Prlnca
Jarl, born February 27, 1SG1, and
Prluco ICugeno, born August I, 1SG5.
?rlnco Gu&tnvo was married Soptoni
ier 20, 1881, to Princess Vlctoiia of
Jadon-Baden. Their eldest co'n, Piinco
'Justave, was ninrrlcd Juno 15, 1905, to
iMncess Margaiot Victoria, of Con
naught'. Piinco Oscar renoupced his
iucccsalon to tho throno and married
March 15, 1888, Ebba Munck, of Ful-
King Oscnr was called tho ablest
ruler of tho nineteenth century nnd
tho most democratic king that ever
lived. Ho novcr mado any attempt to
conceal tho humble origin of his fam
ily and whenever ho travolpd to tbo
loulh of Franco ho made It a point to
visit tho little house at Pau wboro his
jrandfather was born. A tnblot over
ho door ot the llttlo one-storied house
lean) this Inscription: "Tho pensant,
Chailes Bornadotto, who subsequently
roso to bo Hold mnrsbal or Franco and
ultimately King Chailes XIV. or'Swe
den and Norway, was born In this cot
tage In 17fi:i." In nppearatico, however,
King Oscnr wns every Inch a king and
there Is no sovereign In nil Kuiopo
who wns mono stately and more regal
In bearing limn was ho. In holgbt
King Oscar stood alx feet two Inches
taller than most or bin subjocts who,
as a rulo, urn tall men.
Tho Into king was distinguished In
philosophy, having received degrees
from m many universities of ICuropo
I hat ho may fairly be called, so rar as
degrees Indicate, tho most learned
man in Kin-ope. Ho was an author, a
translator, a learned man In political
economy nnd tho vclent-o of govern-
mi'iii, a musician, an Historian and n
plnywilght. All tho great master
pieces of llteraturo, historical, philoso
phical and religious, ho translated Into
Ono of his novels, tho ono which hns
become the most widely known of his
works or tlctlon, deals with tho rlso or
bis own rnmlly or Bonindotto and tbo
accession to tho throne of Sweden of
his grandfather, Marshal Bonindotto.
With all his nrronipllshmoutri its a
scholar, King Oscar was a brnve -man
(md(woro upon his breast upon state
occasions a modal bestowed upon hltti
by tho French government as a reward
for two heroic deeds performed when
lie was yo""B niun.
Sunday afternoon tho npw king took NyM,.. nn," J ; V y7.,,i V..
tho onth of nllcglanco under tho tltlo. . BnIoc"! tl Sol,oto n,ld Stato
of Qustavo V., and adopted thb motto J Btroot3' JU8t uoforo ho was found
'With tho peoplo for tho fatherland." a"'l io pollco think him responsl-
I'hlo for "tho man's candltlon and
8lx-Day Bicycle Race Begins. tho thoft of his watch. Whon nr
Now Y0rk, Hen. 0. Tho start In rested, Doatty declared ho had been
tho annual f x-day bicycle race was hold up by a highwayman Friday
mado at Madison Bquaro Garden at 1 niKht
p'clock this morning and tho repro-, t ' .. . .. ,. ,
seritatlves of 10 teams were off on1 ,?n V10 nlR'lt ,0 tho nttorJc on he
tho long grind. The 10 rldern 'set a '" foluler, Beatty applied for n hed
fast pace when James J, Corbett flred at tho city .prison for the night, but
the starting guu. this Is reRarfled as a ruse to throw
he .otfJoera,'ott his trail., ' '
",".."',;V.,"1"1 Vi" """. u , "A""ito havo beon with tho tnaff In Joe
mm - tm
Mr. and Mrs, Busby P. Bwoncy
havo Issued Invitations for a daiico
to bo held at tbo Ilubcr hall Uiio
ovoiilnt; of DecHnbor 10.
iMIss ITotcai Bain waa' hostess to
tho moniborfl mid gucaUi f tho Satur
day Literary club at her homo on
Kast Ccntor street, Saturdhy after
noon. -Practically all of tho olub
mom bora wcro present and nn unus
ually In foresting session was con
iA short literary and mltslcal pro
gram was rondered. Miss Merlam
aundcr read a nanor entitled "Scnn-
danavlan." Miss Mildred Llpnincott
tilmtultinlv rniiftorml n Tini1 M)ln ntld
M, Cfll,rll0 Mycrfl Bavo a recitation
' n. i...i f ti, mr, rn.
At tho conclusion of tbo program, re
freshments wcro sorved nnd games
and n general good social timo wns
enjoyed until ovonlng. Tho club's
guests upon this occasion wcro: Miss
Helen Frank, MIps Susan Garbcrson
and Miss Kllwibcth Brltton.
IMlss Dorothy Bush, of list Center
street, will bo hostess to tho club nt
Its next mc2tlng.
Mrs. Danlol Vako and Mrs. Eva
Wilson entertained u hnvgo company
of ladles Saturday nfternoon nt tho
homo of tho .former on Jefferson
During the caily part ot tho ar-
tornoon, aseason nt "500" was en
Joyed, thero being seven tables ot
players. Mrs. Georgo W. King won
tlu honors. Mrs, King received n
handsome brass Jardciucr, tho flrst
prize. At six o'clock a number of
additional guosts arrived nnd nn
claliorato dinner wna sorved, forty
ladles being seated at tho tables.
Tho homo was nicely decorated with
A meeting of tho Catholic Ladles ot
Ohio will bo held at tho hall on North
Main Btieot, Tucbday evening. A
large attendance Is duslred on account
of tho election of officers. .
At his homo on Barnhnrt street,
Mr. Philip Smith was pleasantly
surprised Sunday afternoon by about
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forty of his friends, relatives and
neighbors In honor or bis 5Gth birth
day nnnlyor.sary. Thanks to Mrs.
Smith, the BiirprlRO was comploto In
overy icti. tiiq afternoon, wns
Iiont in a social way and at four
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nimnl r alrl I tnit lininlifutii . ' -
"''""V M UVilllilVIIIO IUIIUII1AJ1I WtJ
served. .Mr. Smith wns tho recipient
of a number of beautiful prosenta.
At sovcn- o'clock, tho guests, departed
wishing their host of the atternoon
aud "evening, many happy returns ot
ir. 1'otor Mounts wan pleasantly
surprised at lila homo on North
Main stieet aundny alteriioon In
nonnr or ills thirty-eighth birthday
A delightful uupper
Tho guests inesont woro Mrs,
Haiiunh iMnuiilttf Mr. and Mrs. II.
V, hyttlOj Mr. nnd Airs. Joromo
Miller and daughter, Mr.
Noah Lyttle, Mr. Frank Uncaphcr,
Mr. Ed, Minor, Mr. Jacob Starr of
Bucyrus, 'Mr. dlnrvoy Emory or
Toledo; iMIbS Ida Mounts, Miss
l.cona Ilnmmornl, Miss Nona Keolor
of Marseilles, MIks Anna Winters or
Dolawaro, Allss Ollov Jtowo ot Vun
Wort nnd Mlsu Grace Miller of
HELD AT COLUMBUS
Man Thought to Have As
saulted Mr. . L. LaRue.
William Beatty From Mansfield Re.
foimatory was with LaRue
Last Wednesday Night.
Tho Columbus iiollco havo arrest
ed a man whom thoy suspect as hav
ing assaulted nnd robbed 13, L,
Lat no In that city last Wednesday
night. Larue, who resides on tho
Boulevard, this city, lies In tho St.
Funnels hospital In a critical condi
tion. Tho Sunday Issuo of tho Stato
Joui'Jinl contained Iho following ar
ticle which dlst'hifao tho developments
or tho caso:
iWllllnni Beatty, n paroled convict
from tho Murouiold reformatory, is
held at tho city prison for lnvostlca-
tlon In cdnhocllon with tho Hiipposed
assault onvW.Lv&jLaruo, an'.old eol-
ller, of j Marlon, who was1- found
iThursdayTfidrjilng toy th0hollco with'
his skull fractured. Beatty is known I
A Prominent Resident of the
VETERAN OF CIVIL WAR
For Years a Well Known
Local Business Man.
Deceased Came to- Matloo County
When a Boy Active in Church
nnd Lodge Circles,
After an Illness of sovcral months'
(juration, William C. Happ, olio of
tho city's most prominent business
men, died at his home, M7 East Con
fer street at 8:.'!0 o'clock Monday
morning, death being duo to Brlght's
iMr. Itapp (differed consldenabty
throughouti tho summer, and as tho
wlutor advanced his condition be
came inoniie and nioro critical, until
four weeks ago when ho was obliged
to take to his bed. During tho past
week, all hopes of rocovory wcro
abandoned by his family,
Tho deceased wns born In Wurtoni
burg, Germany, July 21, 1815. Sovcn
yoars later his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Happ, crossed the Atlant'o.
Ocean nnd settled three miles south
of tho city. ' In tho following years,
Wllllnni Ilnpp camo with his uncle.
Mr. Hnpp's parents died ot cholera In
lAflor obtaining u fnlr education In
tho public Hghools, ho enlisted In
Company B, Ono Hundred and Twon-tv-flrst
reglmont Ohio Volunteer In
f m try, at tho opening ot tho Civil
war. Ho did memornblo service In
the baltlcH or Porrysvlllc, Franklin,
Chlckaniaiign, Missionary Itldgo and
during other campaigns. At the
battle of Kcnesaw Mountain, he wns
wounded- In tho left arm during "a
charge. BlnK disabled, ho was lion
.nmlilv ,ifMnmi ,..,.t -... .1 i.k
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Ho wns elected city murohnl later
ami als served as township troas
iner. Ho was doreated for ahorlrr In
188.1 and In 1D03 he vas defeated for
mayor. Ho wns a staunch republican.
Jn 1880 ho opened a harness shon
, ,, h. n nnni m Hi.nm.ct oin
whioi, i,A ,Hn,.o.i i ... ,..-..
.1,1,. ,l,l. TT
hl dcuibx). He was a member of
tho Methodist church and was a
prominent Knight of Pythias, helng
,rolonol ot tho Ninth regiment of tho
unto urigiuio ot tlie uniformed Rank.
iMr. Rapp was oxcoptlonnlly well
ktmwn throughout tho county nnd was
Hkcd wherever ho was known. His
death Is mourned bV n .larn-o elivln nf
'friends. He Is survived by a widow,
jono son, Orlando S. Rapp and ft sls-
ter. Mrs. Margaret Yeager.
Mmernl services over tho ro.
malmc-wlll bo hold nt tho res!,
donco or tho (lenensed Wotlnesdny
uflornoon nt two o'clpck nnd
will bo in chargo of Canity Lodgo
No. r,i. Knights ot Pythias, Marlon
Company, No. r,. Uniformed Rank,
Knights or Pythias, will act as es
cort. Tho remains will bo laid
at rest In Marlon rometory.
IN TELEPHONE CASE
Entire Day Consumed
Hearing of Suit.
Parts of the Contract Coverln
Alleged Merger Produced
, Tho caso
of tho Uuitod States
company ugalnst tho
Marion County Tolophouo company
was takon up In tho court of com
mon pleas, iMouday morning, und
occupied tho outlro day. It is be
ing argued on a motion filod
tho united States company to dls
solvo a tomporury Injunction
granted 'tho Marlon County com.
pany, Tho motion restrains tho
United States company from cutting
its wires lending into tho Marlon
County oxchango, It is also bolng
hoard on a domurror to tho plnln
tlff's petition filed by tho Central
Iito Monday afternoon, tho con
tract ontorod Into by the 'Marlon
County and Central Union ..compan
ies from which tho nllcgod morgor
resulted was produced In court.
By consont of Judge Ilabst, who is
sitting Jn placo
of Jitilgo Young.
I attornovn for th TTnif,i . '
pany woro allowed to road such
clauses of tho "contract as portatn
to tlwlr oaso. Judge Young retired
from tho bonch bocauso of tho
fact thnt ho Is a stockholder of
tho Marlon County company.
Buy onco and you'll always buy
Beatty '& Lotlg'p dress or work shoes.
Special prkei am aiaa Hatat
ta autka raaai far HalMaf.
Herts which will he 4topkyai
white, hrawa.reiaaWl Wmt'
S3'48 far Caricale lear ShTa
' Caats. Red. White, Blaa ar
Brawa, VaKe Bea-dii IA
nets te match, tp I it
Children's Frs '
The Best and'chftiest place
in the City. Prices fren 98c ta
$7-50 per set. This takes la
Misses sizes also.
Seperate Scarfs ana Muffs,
Special prices all this week.
D. 8. Goodsell
CHAS. TURNER CO.
havo tho vory best In inncy
Groceries, l'resh Fruits and
Meats, A visit to our storo
will convlncQ nnyono that
they' can obtain tho vory best
goods at tho lowest .prices
nnd havo tho largest assort
ment to select from. Prompt
dollvery and good sorvlco In,
ovory wa. viioho gl-
CHAS. TURNER & CO.
Pure Buckwheat fibur
Wo havo a large supply
of Puro Npw-Yorknd Pcnu'
sylvauln Buckwheat. Tlilsis
the sainu wo handled for the
Inst throo -years nnd our
trndo on It has doubled each
year. It plenties' overyono who
6 pounds 25c.
Phones 39. 209 E. Center St.
Aegncy for Upton's Tea
MRS. GEORGE CLARK .
IS CALLED HONE
Aged Resident Dies at Her
Home Near LaRue.
The Deceased Had Resided all Her
Life In ManonCouuty Funer
al Services Wednesday;
Mrs: 1311aboth Clark, wlfo of
Uporgo Clark, died ut her homo two
miles south ot Laltuo at pj
o'clock Sunday night. Her death
resulted from old ago und compli
cations ot diseases,
'llio deceased was aged 89
years and had lived nil of hor llfo
In this county. Four children sur
vlvo. Thoy aro iMartln Clark and
Mrs. Angellno JJnldwIn of Laltuo;
Mrs. Kllzaboth duthrlo of ' Urokon
How, Xobrnska and Mr. William
Clark of Soattlo, A''nshlnBton,
Iho funeral will bo conducted
from, tho Fnlrvlow ajcthodlst church
at l;flf) o'clock Wednesday aftor
noon, llov. J, A, Sutton of West
Mausllold to olllclnto, Inlormont will
bo mado In tho Pulrvlow ceme
tery. ' i
iDon't, forgot 'ftcatfy & Long's, shoo. '
Ships Collided; Seven Men DroWn'tal,
London, Dec, 9. Heavy gales In Ihe
channel resulted in a disastrous colli,
slon Suuday off Folkestone between
tho Dutch steamer Bcholdestroom and
the British bnrlt Forfarshlro, The
Soholdofttroom was badly damaged
audranto Folkestone, wboro. sho wia
beached, Tho captain of tho Dutfth
vessel, togetbor with ten ,of tha qrw
entered a boat which wns driven o
tho rocks and wrecked, Seven ofafig
men, Includltig tho captain, .we
frowned. Thosti who remained nboaM
tho Bttiullier whtu saved. Th svJZ
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