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TUB SEAJtION DAILY MIRROR, . MONDAY, DECEMBER 0- 1007
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wrih .oru . i i.
mi'" r ' i
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V snould the Board Suspend
. ?5( Paddock.
- ONE IS STILL UNPAID
Ji - I
j Paddock.Says He Will Never
.t '" Pay the Money.
future Outcome of Trouble Rett
ifitk the Action Taken by Board
Tho twonty-flvo 'cent flna which
wns lmjioscd upon Thorn lnddoek
iby Miss Elizabeth Ruhrmund at tho
high school last Thursday, ronialtiH
unpaid and It looks very inucli 111(0
It will bo up to tho members of tho
pchool .board at the- fneetlng to-
night to sottlo the apparently sig
nificant matter which him caused mi
much trouble In the bchool.
Young Paddock, who botongn to
tho senior class was caught mnrktng
up one of the desks In the main room
L lost Thursday. Tho teacher, Mlfs
iRuhrmund followell tho UHiinl custom
,, and Imposed a lino or twonty-flw
, " cents upon, tho law breaking student.
f )rnPaddock llatly refused to pay the lino
. I m.1 .Iai.Uhk.1 Hint lin ...n.llil r.lttt
v j. i lli ucuitlliil uuu in, miihiu ,i..
UUIUUI IIII, 111! UIIUKOt mill Jlti nun
' only marking In nn old defacement
and that tho damage amounted Ui
The matter was tnlfcn up with Stip
prlnttoudent (I'Vank and principal
Wlnmis nnd tho upper -nuthorltlci
dctonnlned to stand by tho teacher
and enforce tho long ago estnbllshq
iMr. Prank! stated this morning
that he has reasoned with the student
nnd tiled to persuade, him to pay
the small flno and have tho matter
dropped. Ilowover, It seems as
tKbugh Paddock Is determined nnd
Bovoral of tho school board mmnbors
ihovp- stated' that unless tho fine Is
paid tho student will bo suspended.
' A. nuntbor or Pnddook's rellow stud-
fnts -stated today that In case that
ho school bonrd suspended their
classmate tonight, thoy would quit
'school tomorrow morning Paddock
seemff to ha,ye tho sympathy of al
his follow ctasimen and ull luno
D Xjv- Worn aljeglatoco io him to ihd last.
fPuli ! t 'Wis jiofaV uncommon thing to
yt' i flno artudent," said Mr Frank this
It Iti HOt tlfe mollfty tlmt
n (T , r '. ' r ii .:.
on thb dofacomont or furn luro r
wo wouldq Unyo Vimo rule of this
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pr uvsn in wiu House wouiu I
Ibadly marred that thoy wouldn
.fit to look at," concluded the superln-
Tho nrstatep towaids rebellion on
tho part ofPaddock-H classmen wan
mado lasft Friday. Instead of assem
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itv f irn. n,.lw,.... ..r .i. i..
class remained Ju the study l-otmn. i
ITrlnclpal Wlnnns ailpejired on tho
S' i JZ "Jr "7.C, '"i Ti 0lls. ,M5tlc'- t"" 'or their labor
g'JS Z, . ? ', stM,ntB',1 and better protection for their homes
7 Si,iiiy h .,'0O.,"' ,,U1'1 .them." mid tho pastor.
It was less than throe- minutes when
tho class was called to order In tho J 'wover, thorn nu aimo very
usual manner. Tho reason for tho ,or,OM "''Jtlons which laboring
'"BtrlTto" was tharpaddoelc was Hi- ",cn wnorally nfflnn to tho destrne
.formed not to return to class until ho ,0" ,?r Pnrty ;ts a mathod of to
had obsorved tlio rules by paying tho all,lo- f01, wrongs suffered at tho
flno and tho fellow stmlents de- P"""' ' tfiplflillNtB. The uso pt
clarel tliat unless Paddock was nl- I'V'";!""110. I1'"1 ,n ,)0yco,,t a1"1 iiym''1'
lowod to attend class, they would not t11'"11" s,rlUps are n"1'0'18 J "'"'It
ossemblo l""11 nnvo ,lfivor appualed to thg sense
rrhorffiitlro student body "or the ',mJ,!!8l'' ,! , srit iiinaseB or
high school Is stirred up 'over tho ,AioJii tltlzono. s.j I. nor. nalloy.
mntlep nn.l imiIacu Tn.1,lnl, ,.nvo i.l
Small flno beforn the hnnnl irnMlm.
at 7:110 o'clock tonlcht. It Is very
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probable thaU ho will bo susponded I.
Deafmesi Cannot b Cured.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho ear.
There Is only ono way to euro deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
rem al lea
Denrnoss Is caused by an
innomed condition or tlio mucous ,7 '. ,.",,,," , T
nng or tho Kustnchlan Tube. When ' Sny ..ma,0 ,,,m Breat' 8,ronB """
this tubo Is Inriamed you have a I '.iM.n nai m,..,i i n ..
rumbling sound or Imperfect hear- U'0. fff reronod lo to ro
lngf and when It Is entirely closed. Z 11 r L 1 1 "' m,"'"' "
Deafness Is the result, and unless tff0 won hf re' only'' 1 o" honest
Inflammation can be taken out and ?,' statli l it ,,iv nL i.a ?.
,., "im.ii in ... .1. !...(, mil. Ml
" inflamed condition of tho mucous
We will glvo Ono Hundred Dol-
ars for any oasp of nearness (caused
"by aataVtjh) that cannot lio cured
by HaH'fl Catnrrji Cui'o, Soud for
. F. J, OHHNRY,
x Toledo, O.
, Sold by Druggists, 7flnf
Tako illalf'a Family Pills for consti
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
''..Tako LAXATIVE BR0M0 Quinine
Tablets. Druggist refund money if
- it IfailH to euro. B. W. QROVK'S
' siffnaturo Js on eaoli box. 25q.
DIVINE SERVICES HELD SUNDAY
IN LOCAL HOUSES OF WORSHIP
Rev. D. H. Bailey of Epworth Church Preaches Second of
Series of Sermons on "The Seven Angels of Marion"
JC. M, Douthitt Speaks on " The Religion of Good Health"
Rev. C. E Buerkle of German M. E. Church Says
End of the World is Drawing Nigh.
"It Is as memorials to tho labor-
Ing man that tho great ' monuments
or tho world cxl"it," inm'arkod Uov-
tiMii1 t IT fliilliktr In fi rtiiirii1
l.o,.imi smi(lnv avnlt.if linrnm n
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lar u'l"lcJ Jlt Kiwortli M. R.
chupcll H was tho send of the
Va-sU,. sermons on tho genc.nl
-" jiastors sermons on tno genotai hIiidr:tifo to a hnppy hOmo. Theio
1 nv" (thoinp, "Tho Seven Angels of Marlon, I Ua rwil Joy doilved from tho irn
' Ohio." His subject last night was Ing null saving for the purcjiuso of a
t bo ."Tho Angel of tho Uilior Organ- homo., The earning period of llfo
.iiioniP, "iiio seven Angels of Marion,
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tiuma inn, ui uiii4iiiuii in inu'iiiifi
friendship for advancing llio iirlucl-
mutual charity; to pioteet
themselves nilnst tho common foes
of tholr voratlona and to uecuro for
MintlWULllffirt 41i 11111 rr t.,.11 Imritv iiir.il.
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iv.iivii i ijmi iiiiiii in iiium
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To casn to woilc
to llvo. A llfo of
means lo ceaso
easo Is not n happy ono. Tlio work
ing man nnd ho only becomes tho
strong mnn; tho indolent nro tho
weak. Work and strongth stand In
tho relation of causp and erfectj tho
mnn who would lmvo character must
flieconio i toller. It wau tho nll-wlso
flod who onlalnod tli.it man should
earn his bread by tho 'BTe.it o his
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or brain thnt may ho n seir respecting
man. Tho voung man or 25 years
who yet reels tho dopendenco upon
tho earnings or his rather Is to bo
pitied;, Tho young man or good
health, who stiiuds out In all tho -J
strongth of his manhood, and says,
"I am nblo to earn my own way
In tho world, who Is admired,"
l"l hoard a young fellow Jsomo
tlmo ago," said Row llalloy, "fore
casting how Jong I t would probably
bo boforp tho death ot his wlio'a'par
onts when hn should conic Into pos
session or tho estato. That kind
or rt cplrlt Is destructive of tho best J
finalities of manhood. AVhen this '
young man had finished, T could not
help but think, you pnr, stupid,
lazy, good-for-nothing fellow, what a
A food to work on
A food to smile on
A food to sing on
Energy and good -nature in
The most nutritious wheat
In moisture and
dust proof packages.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
low ..eytlmate you placo upon your-
self,. Personal labor Is tho prJcoof
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tn ii hi wuj in, ridiii iiiu nifninui in
Jtiio third reward, Uov. llnlley named
ju ,ltty homo." "l'overly Is no
hlndrancb to a happy IiOiiio. Vhcio
i is ril Joy doilved
Is the happy puilod. Toll and hap
piness are vitally related. 1joo and
friendship bring Joy, selfishness nev
er, Tho Idler Is the supremely Hel
lish man,' Tho man. who tolls Is
the man who lovns."
"Hvoii tho hardships of life 'add to
llfo's happiness," said the pastor. In
connection with ibis statement tho
speaker related an lulerestlnir person
JIo Mild, "While on one of the local
street car last week, a very cold
night, waiting at tho switch, the
niolorninn stepped back 'in tho car to
wanm. I opened conversation with
him and asked him If tho exposuro
wasn't dlsagreejlilo In' tho open ves
tibule. Ho said It was very Irying
at itmes. I said, la there not a law
romililng closed astlbules? Ho de
clared that there Is hut said that.he
Hid xiiot pmpuhi to protest and p(r-
hinH ioso his poslt'on. Ilo ?ald. 'If
i were u siugio man tno company
could go lo , thunder, hut as l inn
"1!lnp !l1"1 'mvo two small children
i" w,n UxUi' '"l' "f '"V family regard-
ics i uis.igrceai)ii
such a man ns that would meet h'a
family at thu dinner tablo. It would
constitute ono of tho happiest gioupq
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" "v. laiiiuiiiifii mo spe.iKer
Hn conclusion, itev. liailev Himicn
of tbi world of fiishion. The fash
ion fad Is one of tho laboring man's
greatest obstacle. It It Is n fashion
to drink, the, laborer will enter tlio
saloon for tho first tlmo with one
of h's follows. The women In P.mls
will wear u timbln hat tho hUq if a
colTeo cup and within a weok ueaily
every fashionable woman In this
country will be wearing tiirbln hats
as smnir its a pin head, Tho next
year, perhaps, tho Paris woman will
put on hata big enough for storm
doors nnd In two months In ,thln
country you will go In church anil
sit behind a liny-stark. Tb'n Is nu
ago or ox'remes, extremes of dress.
Malaga Grapes at half
Fancy White Malagas, us
ual price 20c here now
at 10c lb.
Pink Malagas, usual price ,
tuc nere now ii i?c in., .
Jamaica Oranges 15 20
and 30c a dozen.
pleasuro, travol. Wo aie living at n
high tension," h'a concluded.
bt tho Central Christian church
Sunday evenlifg, C. M. Iloulhllt,
physical dlroctor of the Y. M. C, A.
deli vexed an .excellent nddrettfc to u
largo audience on the Mibjec't, "The
Uellglon of Ooo'd Health."
TJie speaker told of the value of
physical trainings In preventing and
overcoming diseases. He wild that
there exists nn Ignorance among tho
people at largp In regnul to thu
valuti of oxeiejso .iiid physical cul
turo that is almost criminal. The
principal sliiB',ot the majority of
people In tills respect nro o'or eating
and under exorcise, Tho spealter
said that It Is .iftl right to cat as
inucli nq pilo1 d,c-sl?W , as long as one
tfikes enough exercisa to pmpeily
take cam of that food, but suffering
will losult when ond does not take
tho proper amount of exercise. Theru
are by' far too many' deaths from
diseases which would bo prevented by
a proper physical tjalnlng.
CMr. Douthltt's rcmiirK-H wero lls-
leneil to with the greatest interest
by the congregation.
iltov. ('. K. Ituerklo, pastor of
tho Herman M. church, thinks
that thu end of tho voihl Is draw
ing nigh. 'In a senium delivered
beroro u largo congregation, film,
day evening, dli-v. Mr. lluerklo sajs
that tho signs predicted In the
scriptures are Conljug to pass and
that everything Indicates that the
end of It all will soon, bo horo,
lust how soon It will happen tho
(lormnii M. 10. minister did not
stato, but ho felt that It "Would
not bo long. Ho urged all of his
hearers1 to mako a lull and coin
(President lloosnvelt's pet phrafe,
"A Sonnrn Dcil." as exemplified by
IC!otl aml 1,,H W"'K8 ya-s'tn" subject
of an oxcelleut sermon given Sunday
evening by Itev (leorgo M. Uourko.
llstor of the l''lrs,t Presbyterian
Ood's plan glve-t everyone a suiuaio
dcal.i Thorp Is nothing unjust uWiul
It, and under tlm plan of rowniMl nnd
iunIfc.hnnMit every man has a fair
"Cod arjts man to act as ho should
and man demands tfiat ho bo al
lowed to coiitlmio In tho manner
that ho lias been." said Itev. Itourko.
Ho dechued that Ood'rf Idea Is ilglit
and Just. Clod tolls us thnt If wo
will ho Ills pcoplo, Ho will he our
iDon't pay nioio for ladlo$' high
top, "Aulo" stylo gun motal shoes .
buy Hcatty & Uiug'tt.nt $2 fiO. Just
recoived . v
Example Not Alluring.
Dolly Ko, I won't wash my faco. 1
Just lmto to wash my face! Grandma
Naughty, naughty! Whoa 1 was a lit
tlo girl I always washed' iriy. faco
Dolly Yes. an' p6w look ut, it!
Uostty & liOiiirs hot shoes lor cold
fott soil, becauso tln qunlity and
price Is "right" and shoes fit,
Man for man, If not woman ies
woman, tho humility nnd torror of i
Americana In tlio presence or English
poopio of tljoir own class or abovo It
IsMvIth whatqvor caro dlsgulsod-a
pathetic thing. London Outlook.
TRY AD JURAL COFFEE.
Filed in the Common Plens
When Taken to Task for At
tending Public Dances.
Hu3band Sajs Mrs. Hanstein Kven
Denied to Young Men That She
was a Married Woman.
Claiming that hist wife attended
.public dunces with other men and
that alio permitted thorn to aceilm
imny her homo Jesse l Uunsteli'
a telegraph opernUir filed suit for
dlyorco-ln thu court, of common
pleas ngalnst llorinluu U. llansteln,
Through his nttornoy( f,. K. .My.
era, ilans'telu states that ho and
his wife wero married In Columbus
.November t l)()(i, and have no
children. 'I hreo dan after their
ninrrlngo, Hanstein declines, his
wifo went to a dunce open to nil
persons.. This was while tho hus
band was absent and had no know,
ledge of what bis wifo was do
ing. i.Mrs. Hanstein leturned homo
aboul ii :.'K) o'clock and when her
liuslinud asked why she had gone,
sho Informed him that II was
none of his business. It Is charg-
cd that Airs. llansloln continued
going to public dances without tho
knowledge or eminent of her lius
hauil, ho being absent, during all
that, time. Mrs. Hanstein constantly
sought to fiunrrel with her llus
hand, It Is alleged.
Tho petition charges that .Mrs.
Hanstein was usually accompanied
by male nciiunlutances and slnco
going to her llrst dance lias kept
company with unmarried mon, do.
nylng that she herself was married.
.rnnunry l , H)()7, Mis, Hanstein re
fused to come u Mai ion with her
J Uhrlstcno. Ottmlller hrought suit
against lior husband. August Ott.
mlllor, In tho court oi common
picas, Monday nioinlng, nsklng for
permanent, iilliuuuy.'lliuy wero mar
ried .lune II, 1SD2, and have two
r.hlldien, Iterthu. aged 11. and
Lilly aged sl.
Thiough her attorney If. 13.
Hill, Mi-h. Ottmlller says that over
slnco their umlillinr tho defendant
has heen quarieit-omo and abusive,
fre.iue.itly asaultlng her and threat.
eiilug her Hie.
employed at tlm Marlon ,'browery,
his wifo charges, and almost ev
ery evening comes homo Intoxicat
ed. Mrs. Ottni'lll:r nsks that her
husband bo nujoled fioin In any
way iucu.ul.mrli g bis propel ly.
suit of John Ii.
Clay ngalnst Idn iM.-Olay. was beaut or $1 CO lietter 'phono Y M C A.
in the couit of conion pleas, lSatur.f()'' tickets a onee.
t.uy nun .Momiay morning jiaH
Young "granted tho plaintiff a do-J
cieo. lloth Mr. and .Mis. Miller!
had heou . previously married and .
had chllilreu liy tliesn marriages.
Tho testlmuny showed tliat tho
children wero tho source of their
trouble. Thoy wero married In
Tlio enso oC Jeremiah i. Powell
against T. . I. McCormlck and others j
to unlet a title, was hoard Snlur-1
day, J ml go Young has reserved ills
Tho divorce suit or Helen U
Jlrady against Samuel T, Brady, was
heard by .luugo Young, Monday nftei
nonii, and n divorce was granted
The hurbamPwns ordered lo pay $ir
a moiitlj, alimony 'intll $1 500 Is piid
Thoy were inairled October 1 1001.
We have a large lot
of Hen's corduroy
pants worth $2.50 and
For next week We
offer your choice w hile
they last at special
price of $l.dS, also a
lot of men's rubber
arctics worth $1 50
and $1.75 choice' now
$1.00. They wont
last long, so hurry.
I. M. HAYFER, CO.
WEST CENTER STREET
H A Treat That
EH Makes You Eat
and liae two chlldicn
K-ct and fnlluro to
iMnrlln Hurni was anested for
drunkenness by Olllcer .McDonntigli
and Wllhelm Saturday afternoon and
was lined J5 by tho mayor at the
hearing of the case, Sunday morn
ing. Hums could not produce the
monoy and was ordered committed
until the line was paid.
Offlctsrs Slagle and Chapman ar
rested William Smith Saturday night
nnd placed a charge of Intoxication
against him on the police blotter
Smith was lined $5 nnd having no
(""'"W ' friends who would pay
tlm' line, no was ordered committed
until tho lino Is paid.
William Moore, a one-legged steoplo
climber, was nrrested Sunday after
noon by Officers WJlhelm and Mc
Donough for drukenness and loiter
ing. Tlie mayor told tho steeple
Jack to beat It, out of Marlon with a
Charlos Nelson was arrested Satur
day nlsht by Officer Habcock for
Inlolcatlon. Ilo was fined tho usual
'Thomns Hatch, a diunk, arrested
Saturday night by Officers McUon-
'j,,,, xnt ruiicliii, was given u
f ilno In tho mayor's court Sunday
Charles Clanr. who was arrested
'soveral weeks apo for failure to pro
v,l' f'"' ,1,H -wo m'nor children, was
l'iV('" a "onrlug in tlio mayors court
tl,lH nonlB. After hearing the to.- (
.tlmony, the mayor sentenced Claar to
tilt imilillin III tliiv ii milrliMinii (I fi ii I
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illliuilllin if lllilll' Lll.lll intijiij iiiiiiiii3. i
llo agreed to suspend tho bentonce i
and l dense Claar on condition that
the prisoner support his children.
"Pennons From Shakespeare" by
Father Vaughiii at IJpwoith Tuesday
night will he great. Admission. Me.
Tho six remaining numbers for $1
UmI Si,t m i' I rn V.YfflmAMi ri
MSI m vJSSS. m
police (Court I
HINA.CUT GLASS, Etc
Qo to llio biggest cities and you will find no larger, no liner
OlirlstmiiH stocks and you won't find snoh ronhonable prlcea
Kvory china maikot of the old
of fancy decorated and ait goods nnd we uige oiirly selection
before tlio throngs appear Christinas hhoppli g will begin Mon
day morning and grow more llvoly until Xiniis.
The best and cheapest furnace coal
you can burn. We have the genuine
lump and know you will be a permanent
customer for it if you will allow us- to
put you in a load.
Ii moro than "goodness"
It' s a food so valuable in
Its properties that author
ities class It high among
food products. Not only
nutritious but delicious"
a golden syrup of ex
quisite flavor that pleases
all palates. For every use
from griddle cakes to
10c, 25c, and 50c.
In air-tight tins.
We will have on dis
play the entire sample
line of Furs, from a
large manufacturer at
1 his will ba an op
portunity to bu Furs
now, as the p as il
you waite-d uutll Jan
uary Do nol. fall to see
More Op-n veninys
Four New Fue Boxes Insta led by
Four now fire alarm boxes were In
stalled Sunday, by Chler MoFarland
and his assistants and ono now box
will bo Installed during tho present
week. The new boxes are "27," In
rront of tho offico or tho Wollcmvob
er Lumber company, on Oak street;
"2S," at tho corner or St. Joseph and
St Mary 3trcet; "29." nt tho Erie
lound house and "47" at tho corner
or Vino struet and Bain avenuo.
world has contributed Its share
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