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THE MARION DAILY MIRU0H(' FRIDAY," MARCH li, 1010,
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Fix the Boy for Easter
Now's the time to choose not a bit
too early. Come see the wear resisting
"SAMPECK" latest style suits and
Children's Department Overflowing
Willi Gh I'M li lid IJoj's
Xcw Sprln; Hats
Specials at 18c
Covert Coats, how
Dress Skirts, now Shirt
Waists, New Corset
Models. Kid Gloves in
all the new spring
shades at $1.50 and $1.
An entirely new line to
seleet from at 10c, 15c,
25c and 50c.
New Belts, Belting by
the yard and Belt Pins.
Out of the High Kent
Special Sale of Long Cloth and India Linon!
Purchased months ago, and at prices we could not begin to duplicate today by fully
one-half. We know this is an old, old story and one much abused, but never-the-less
vte can plainly see how true it is in this case. Only yesterday we wanted to buy some
more of a few numbers which we are getting low on, and when we compare the pre
sent prices with those of some five months ago," we can again truthfully say you can
never buy Linons and LONG CLOTH to such good advantage as now. NOTE
25o yard wido Jong cloth J5c
Yd. wide long 0 loth a splendid v 11 1 ue, 12
yard pieces j $1.89
Yd. wide long cloth a splendid quality for under
. carmonta 12 yardpleces $1.25
Yd. wido longclo th worth almost
.pncu u yam
The authoritative styles boar Adlor-Rochester labels,
You can rely upon our Spring showing' as secure
authority on the fashion subject. Experience has
taught men of this city to turn to this store for
guidance in matters of dress.
ADLER-ROCHESTER SPRING GRAYS $16.50 UP
The tailoring superb, coats cut full, trousers
roomy. If you like fine fitting clothing, don't fail to
C..:., Ifnrrf Wearing Smooth limit j ,--, -
s Spring Gniv Clmll( Vl,rv Illlc,t d- o j
Special Cut Hxtioi dlimry nT jlfcliUV
Men's "Pw-l" Oxfords
Spring IVegai & Shoes
High raised toes, wing and perforated
tips. If you want something differ
ent than is commonly shown, step in
our "Shoe shop." Other makes at
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 to $3.00.
The New Hawes
MARY M. BRYANT
Pneumonia Piocs I'nliil After
Illness of a 1'ow D.ijs.
Tho ilcatli of Mrs. Mary M. Bryant,
aged sixty-three years, occurred nt
her homo on East Church street,
Thursday evening nt U:30 o'clock.
Pneumonia, -with n complication of
discuses. Is assigned as tho cause of
Tho deceased was born In Logan
county, and has made her home In
tlilu iI!v fnr Mm miHt four wnrn. will.
Inlng a host of friends by her Chris
tlnn fortitude nnd cheery nnturc. Her
uimruy was oi inu pmcuciu itiiiu.
which Interests Itself In tho welfare f
thoso about her and she was mater
ially Interested In the work of.u son,
Victor, who Is treasurer of tho local
Sahatlon Army and one of Is most
Four children, Avis, Vcrner
and Victor, who Ho at homo, and
Tod. of Weston, Missouri, and ono
sister, Mrs L W. Winder, of Pearl
street, and three brothers, V. M.
Mlushall, of Mt. Victory, O.. Kills
Mlushull, of Greeiilcaf, Kuusas, and
John Mlnsliall, of Toledo, Ohio, sur
vive. runer.il services will occur from
tho limiho Sunday morning nt 8
o'clock, Brother AVrlght. of tho Ulhlo
Class Asociatlon officiating. Tho re
mains will bo taken to Kirby for In
terment. A patent on a horseshoe designed to
urovent tho stumbling of horses wa.
El anted In Panama four years ago.
WE ARE HAMMERING AWAY
at our business or shoeing horses In
lip lop fashion, mill wo are known to
nul.o tlio ltcst ami most durable
horseshoes In tho neighborhood. Kasy
litters too, that mo as aoccptablo to
tho beast as to Its owner. Consider
ing tho quality of our woik our pric
es nro exceedingly lcnsoiiublo.
Rear Opera House.
GET THE CASH HABIT-
jMnrrnwin m ii'' " miwi jrawp
$3.50, $4, $5
TO THE STREET
Chailes Otunhl Attacked by Heart
Trouble, una Collapses.
Tho condition of Charles Oswald,
who Buffered nn attack of heart
trouble and foil prostrato to tho sldc
walkWyhllo walking along West Cen
ter street Thursday afternoon shortly
ufter 3 o'clock, Is reported to bo
much Improved. Tho physicians who
are attending Jilm nt tho Marlon
City hospital, bclloNo that ho will
Considerable excitement was creat
ed whon tho man fell. A crowd gath
ered and it was with dltlleulty that ho
was" given attention. Dr. P. U. Saw
yer, who happened to bo riding ulong
tho street In his auto stopped and
gavo him medical aid. Drs. II. J.
Lower and C. G. Smith wore summon
ed an dtho prostrate man was tuken
to tho store of Lister nnd Gra
ham. Tho JIcss and Mnrkcrt umtiu
lanco was summoned nnd tho mnn
was removed to tho Marlon City hos
pital. Oswald is about sixty years of ngo
and Is employed as a stone cutter
by LelTIor and Wand.
Saving money by buying tho need
ed thlngS through want ads Is an
easy way of making monoy.
Y. M. C. A. NEWS
At bowling on -tho Y. M. C. A.
alleys Thursday afternoon with the
Twilight league, some Interesting
games resulted. Bnlu, Schoenltiub
ana Owen's teams combatted with
honors nearly even. Tho scores wero
ay follows: t
iJain . 138 107
Crock 105 i3
Oer.ui H7 ics
Totals 390 438
Kchoculaiih 137 134
Hlco .' ICC 101
King 12s 118
Totals 418 35G
Owen , '. .. 174 ir.c
Mpplncotl .- 121 lie
Urady . 114 121
Totals ..- 409 393
Spend your money nt Beatty &
Long's for "snappy" pumps and ox
fords. Your family will need a spring ton
to. Why not glvo them Ilolllsctcr's
Rocky Mountain Tea. Nothing equals
It as a bracing, Ufo-glvlng remedy
33 cents, Tea or Tablets.
diaries Schmidt & Co.
Flaxon in both plain cloths, checks & stripes, ma
terial that is par excellent where white is
wanted 5C, 18c, 20c, 25c
27-inch good quality India linon yard iQc,
27-inch linon, extra fine quality yard 15c
!M-lnch linon of the finest quality and finish, yd. 20c
THE WHOLE TOWN
They Took it Too, Along
With the Mayor.
PATROL WAGON WAS BUSY
Wasn't Safe to bo on the
l'lr4 Anminl Convention or tlio
Knights of tlio Itonri Pnncs ono of
tlio Most Successful ns well as Ono
of tlio Most Nocl AITnlra of tlie
Tlio liobo social which tlio Elks Rave
hint nlglit, was 11 stunner. It was
something new to Marlon ppojilo hut
It mailo a hit. Hundred!) of hideous
looking ' tramps walked tho streets.
Tho patrol wagon was husy hauling
In tho stray Klks who had dnrcd to
la no attention to the tcrrlblo ad
monitions. Tho town was tnken by
storm. It was Klk'n night for suri'
nnd tho members of tho deer family
Improved tho opportunity of enjoying
a "big night."
Thero wero so many features to the
):ik'H affair that It would tako pages
to enumerato them Hall. Among tli
most Important was tho fnob that
about $75 was collected In city fines
which sum will bo turned Into tho
Klk's building fund. Another fcaturo
wns tho fact that nearly every member
of tho lodgo In Marlon, nnd scores
from out of ito,wn, were present, mak
ing ono of tho largest crowds that has
ever assembled In tho locnl lodgo hall.
Tho big "noise" began nt 7:30 o'clock.
Ono hundred Elks, costumed In typl-
cnl hobo style, assembled In slnglo
fllo nnd hended by "Yo Itubo Hand'
marched thrtugh the principal streets
of tho city. Thousands of peoplo turn
ed out to witness tho event. Barnum
'and Uullcy's big circus never had a
larger crowd of spectators. At 8
o'clock tho "bunch" marched to the
lodgo room whero n. hobo convention
Lodge convened nt 3:30 o'clock. After
passing through tho regular order of
business, a communication wns read
from tho district deputy requesting
that Marlon lodgo put on tho first do-
greo In tho work accompanying tho In
stitution of nn Elk's lodgo nt Gallon.
Tho lodgo decided to 'accept tho Invita
tion. Thero wero positively no chairs
In jtho lodgo room, tho ofilccrs being
seated on storo boxes. Tho hoboes
wero compelled to sit on tho floor.
Lodgo adjourned enrly In order to
glvo placo to tho hobo convention. A
strict law had been recently passe!
making It a serious violation for any
hobo belonging to tlio hobo union, not
to bo present nt an occasion of this
naiturc. Tho pcnnlty'rwns torture, tho
Instrument of torturo' to bo decided
by n committee of ono hundred.
Oswald "Wollcnweher Sr. nnd Ed
ward Stalgor wero tho first victims
They wero caught loafing In their of
fices nt tho second Jiour of tho big
convention. Tho offenso was severe.
They wero londul Into tho p.itio!
wagon nnd hurrhdly ushered to con
vention hall. Gooikp 11. Chilstlnn fir
was bench master Ho dealt out Jus
tlco with a largo luilcl. Ho delivered
an Imprcaslvo speech explaining th
serious nnturo nr tlio prisoner's "erlmo
"Aro thoy guilty or nrtt guilty 7" ask
ed Judgo Christian "Guilty" wns
pronounced by two hundred voices
They wero fined $1 nnd costs whjcli
they willingly paid
This wns tho beginning of plenty oi
fun. About Hcvent.-ivo wero brought
before tho couit After they had set
tled tho line, the master fuco Mucker
herrledly transformed , tho latest
visitor Into a negro. Young men
caught going homo nt a lato hour
wero loaded into tho patrol wagon
TJl" !r :u,t! C0,!rV t"c:,':!
wj.. .iin-o milium luiiiiiuuiii mm icii
111 with tho Jolly crowd.
Tho big net of tlio evening occurred
about 10 o'clock when tho Elk's poller
visited local police headquarters and
placed tho mayor, thief of pollco nnd
two potrolmen, under nrrest. Hand
cuffs wero clamped nbout their wrists
and 'they wero uslicied to tho scono of
tho fun. Mayor John Bolter wns fined
$3 and costs, after being found guilty
of n clmrgo of working over tlmo. Up
was caught In his office nfter.10 o'clock.
Crlef of Pollco J. v. Klinefelter was
fined $2 and costs Patrolman D. W.
Boll and P. w. Wllhelm wero each
fined fifty cents Mayor Bolter claim
ed ho was "broke" and deposited his
gold watch ns security for tho flno.
Tho others puld iau.
Tho pollco patiol wagon wan busv
until after midnight, bringing In tho
stray ones All tho hotels woro visited
nnd traveling men wero soon uwuro
of tho fact that It waa Elk's big
night In Marlon
A I'rlo wus awarded to tho most
typlcul costumed hobo, Tho first honor
foil to Itobcrt 0 Clienoy, tho sign
painter. Ho was awarded a tin enn
filled with Bcrup tobacco'. A second
prize wns also fiVon. Mr, Edward
Trott captured stcontl honors. G. B
Christian Br. and Mr, J. Strauss of
Pittsburg, ucted ns Judges.
Following the convention, itho hoboea
marched In slnglo tlio, to a email hoi
In tho wall leading to tho- kitchen
Hero Uioy gave tho puss word and
reoolved a imndwJtcli wrapped In a
nowspaper, coffto served In tin cup
and 11 wooden platter of spnghottl.
It was, after midnight when tho nf
fair was ended. It proved one of the
most successful 0s well ns tho mosi
novel functions over g)ven by Marlon
Beatty & Long dare you to look nt
the prettiest lino of children's strap
pumps and 1ilS, 8trap sandals you
over saw Just in.
a Telophono No 9 and your troubles
will cease. Mirror wants will buy
ahd sell for you, Tlnd tf coojc, bring
back tho lost article.
CARPETS and RUGS
CURTAIN NETS by the yard. For many oC our better jobs of furnishing
We are making up curtains from the pretty Cable Nets Etamines and Swiss. There
is a character to curtains of this kind hard to got in the curtains sold by -tho
pair. Our Spring line of Fine Curtains is ready.
Get your order for.
THE WARNER & EDWARDS CO.
MKs Itlien Snielt.er Becomes tlio
llrldo of I'm nlc Wassci beck.
Tho mnirlugo of Miss Hhea Smcltzcr
daughter OT Mr. mid Mrs. J. II.
Smellscr" and Mr. Prank "Wasset bock
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wasscrbock
Thursday evening, united two of
Green Camp's most popular young
people, Tho ceremony was iku formed
at C:30 o'clock In tho study of tho
Methodist parsonage, .Itev. M. C.
Wisely officiating. Miss Lucy Smcltzcr
a sister of tho btlde, und Mr. Henry
Poos, wero tho attendants.
Tho brldo Is n young woman of
many accomplishment nnd much .pen.
Bonnl charm. 'Mr. Wasserbeck Is a
prosperous young farmer and will tako
his brldo to llvo In a country homo
wesd of arccn Camp.
Tho biggest lino of high grade
trimmed hats In Mailon now being
shown at tho
Marlon Clothing .t Clonk Co.
Mix. ir. It. Trunk of .South Slate
Street Hostess to tlio Member.
Epworth Missionary society held a
pleasant nnd profitable meeting with
Mrs. II. j. Frank, of south State
street, Thursday nf lei noon.
Tho session opened with 11 song,
".Icstis .Shall Uolgu," by tho society.
Mrs. Viola Wilgltt lead tlio scripture
lesson which was lollowcd by brlof
prayers by Individual members. Af
ter tho transaction of business, South
Ameilea was announced for study
Mrs. II. l.euvens read Chapter V of
and Mrs. Pran'rf
Dowell contributed "Glimpses of South
America." "Tho Land of tho Incas'
Was tho subject of Mis. II. A. .Sehu
maker's paper and Mrs, Viola "Wright
read a (highly Interesting letter from
the absent president, Mrs. J. W. Wren,
whQ Is In Moxlco. Tho first vice-president
conducted tho mission box. Tlio
formal lirogrnm closed with prayer
by Rov. D. II, Bailey.
to cunrc a com) in onk dat
Tako LAXATIVE BBOMO Qulnlno
Tablets. Druggists refund monoy If
It falls to euro. E. W. QltOVE'S
signature on each box, 25c.
PICK DATE FOR
MercliunlK will go to C'ciliir l'olut,
Tuesday, August '.
I'ho Mailon Itotall Merchant's us
boclatlon held h short meeting ut tho.
V. M. C. A. building. Thursday nt-
tcrnoon and decided upon tho duto
of tho annual merchant's excursion.
Tho big ovont will tako placo on
August 2nd, with Cedar Point the
TOe association will put forth a
strenuous effort to have every qtoro
and newspaper In tho city closo on
mat uato and Join m.itho Kroat an."
nual ovont. Tho travelling passenger
ugont of tho Pennsylvania railroad
was presont and assured tho con
mltteo that tho company would supply
Plenty or cars ror that day, Thf
commlttfo decided to arrange for the
excursion dato ustfar ahead as possi
ble In order to glvo plenty of tlmo
to ndvertlso It.
Every houso. needs cleaning- now
So does tho system. Do It right, best
and surest with Holllstor's Hocky
Mountain Tea. Cleans tho bowoty
drives out wlntor's Impurltlos, makes
you sweet and healthy,
Charles Sehmldt & Co.
Best work shoeaBeatty & Long's.
is House-Cleaning Weather.
Brussels Net Curtains
Spring Furnishings in now.
Mrs. Ititssell Sago offered half nl
million dollars to tho American Blblo
Is the candy to please, because it's made fresh evtfy
day by expert candy makers who know their business.
Ice Cream Candies
And many, many
KALER'S CANDY SHOP
Fair Warning Fair Sale
Going to Sell Pricp $4350
A Ktiiutly modern lioino In otcry henso of tlio word. It Is locat
ion 'tlio west ulilo or Cilriml inc., 11 htreet of nuw modem lioiuctr
Iiiih four largo loonjs mill piiiitry lout Htni'lrs, four rooins and batli
up Mnlrs; Largo llnlblied utile. Finely cemented cellar under en
tire 1 10 use. ringhtono walks in good condition. ,
'i'lils lioiibO In heated with largo Amerleiiii bteel hot air
fiiriuirc. PI 1st storyis llnlsliod beautifully with polished hardwood
lloors. Ojkjii htalrway, light ami cheery. Has hot nnd cold soft
water in hath room, kitchen aii(l basenieiit.
Property may be see from 10 a. m. to 4 p, nK
Call at office of Chas. Conley or phone 181,
285, L 88 or see
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Wo nro soiling "Rugs nnd Cnrpqts
ovciiy tiny nro selling tlicin to every
customer nt tlio same price. Rugs
nro marked in plnin figures nnd, n
child can buy at as low a prico ns
The confidence in this Carpet
Department is the result of twenty
five years of selling tho best goods
nt one price. Having nerve enough
to have a price nnd sticking to it.
Tho customer hns confidence in tho
store with a price, a positive price,
tho same to every customer. . .
Odd sizes and extra sizes in Rugs
are carried in our stock. Rugs nnd
Furnishings cn'n be stored hero un
Society If an equal amount could bo
varieties that we could not
clean and bright at