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THE MARIOK DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910.
Dead grasB color of fine soft
yarn, two pockets, six button
front of double tliicknoss with
well made button holes. Coat
measure full 110 inches long.
All sizes to 14.
Maroon, Navy and Grey in
all "wool (jualities.
H4 to -14
114 to 44
Solid colors and plains with
contrasting trimming on pock
ets, fronC nd etftT. Values
equal manyV more price etic
where. Full hhc ofiBixes.
in Nnvy Blue and Silver Grey.
Qualities equaled only at $1 ,50
Warranted all wool. White
bodies with red or blue collar
with whitn border at back.
Upper pocket and front trim
med to match collars, Sizes
in plain red with auto collar
and turn-back cutTs edged
in grey. .
Fancy woven front, $f r
largo pearl buttons JLiJ&
Archie Cloud Took 111 Ohl Joj 1111-
Ing In Steam Holler.
Vhlcngo, Oct. 7-Tho police of cast
Chicago wore aked toilay to locate
'duo 200-horscpowor steam roller,
Tlie Wornor k Kdwnrds Co.
We hold this October
Sale every year.
The values are better
than ever this year.
The Warner &
one young man with a thirst, and one
young woman with a desire to ro
Joy rlUlnf. The steam roller Ih
wanted the worst as It was to be
used In the work of rolling new
streets In Onry, Indiana.
Late yesterday Archie McOloud, of
Hast ChlciiBO. was delegated to take
the roller from V.att Chicago to Gary
At an early hour today he had not
yet arrived and a searching party
took up the search, discovering that
a well rolled path to the sldo door
of every "wettery" on the road to
Gary had been made.
iWlicii tln roller passed the out
skirts of I'ast Chicago, a woman's
veil was llutterlng from the whistle.
The roller has a speed of only seven
miles an hour so the police believe
they may overtake McCIoud.
The latest Improved EDISON and
VICTOU phonographs; also a full lino
of tlio latest records now on salo at
P. D. Ilentz, 226 cast Center street.
Phono R-461. 9-14-tf
Fred D. Warren the Speak
er of the Evening.
BOTH OLD PARTIES FLAYED
The Terrible Teddy Handl
ed Without Gloves.
TO THIS GITY
The Speaker rialmratetl Upon the
incrimination In tlio Courln, I'nr
(Uiilarly tli lYdorul Courts AgnlnM
I ho Poor .Man.
Philip McCabe Died in Jer
The Pweasod was Svwnty Years of
Ago ruuenil Services were Con
ducted 1'roiii the St. JLirj's Church.
The remains or Philip McCabe woro
hrought here yesterday from Jersey
City, where he passed from this llfo
on October fourth. Tho deceased
was seventy years of age and has
resided In Marlon and this vicinity
the greater purt of this llfo and tho
friends that mourn his loss are num
erous. Ho was Uiken to tho homo
of his daughter Mrs. J. C. Maloney
on Silver street.
Immoral service were conducted
from St. Mary's church Friday
morning and interment was ma do
Iif St Man's cemetery.
HOLDS A MEETING
Lists oT Judges and Clerks of Elec
tion are ItcccUed.
The board of deputy stato supervi
sors of election held a meeting Thurs
day evening and attended to a number
of matters of business and tho list
of judges and clerks for the coming
dWtlnn wfr submitted nnd accented.
Tho list will not bo completed before
the first or the wecK wnen n wjii uu
Our line of Gas Ranges
are in a class by them
selves. We have sc
many more good
things about o u i
Ranges that other
stoves do not have.
Our prices are from
$12.50 to $42.50.
We have anything you want.
Grniter on Trial.
Ilarrlsburg, Pa., Oct. 7 Th0 trial or
Charles O. Wetter of Philadelphia,
charged with falso pretense In the
rendering or bills for tho completion
of tho attic or tho stato capltol, has
begun hero This W tho fourth capltol
trial and it la being presided over
by Judg,. Kunkol, who sat dutlng tho
Wetter was a member or tho firm
or Oorgo r. Payne & Company,
awarded tho contract to complete tho
building. The case on trial Involved
bills ror approximately $75,000 which
tho commonwealth alleges wero pad
About 400 socialists and their friends
braved tho inclement weather of
Thursday evening" to listen to an ad
dress In tho Grand Ojwru house,
given by Kreil D. Warren, tho editor
or tho "Appeal to Keason" tho publi
cation or the Jarty published at
Olrard Kansas. Mr. Warren proved a
very entertaining speaker and ho was
heard with great Interest during the
Tho subject or the address was "Tho
Courts", most attention being given
to tho Federal courts Mr. Warren
elaborated upon the subject or tho
discrimination which Is alleged to be
manifested In tho I'Vdernl courts In
favor of tho man with means against
tho man who Is poor. Ho also paid
his respects to tho two old political
parties, denouncing both for tho lcgls
latlon which ho claimed Is against tlio
laboring mail and In favor or -.o
rich. Ho dwells mostly with the He
publlcan party for the reason that
It Is this one which has been In power
tho greater part of tho tlmo In re
cent years. Tho Democrats however
did not escape entirely and tho In
ference was that ir tho Democrats had
been moro rortunato In recent cam-
galgns they would havo beon handled
Just as roughly as wero tho Repub
Mr. Wnrron did not overlook Theo
dore Kooscvelt and seemed to take
a great delight In beating him about
the stage llko a punching bag.
Tho speech was tho best Socialist
addiess which has been delivered In
tho city In many years. Tho audience
was greatly taken with tho ability of
Mr. Warren as a speaker. Ho was
thoroughly conversant with his sub
ject and nt no tlmo lacked tho word
with which to give expression to his
FOR NEW FACTORY
Marion "ShoVel and Dredge
Co. Starts Work.
SOON TO LET THE CONTRACTS
Four Big Buildings Will be
Plant Will bo Put in Operation In
rcbriinry With n Capacity of 10
Shovels - Per Month Company
I'laas to Push Construction Work
A Soon n's Contracts arc Let.
V V p V I" V V ! I V if
Wayside Odd Fellows held a regu
lar meeting, Thursday evening, and
Initiated one candidate. Following
the work a social session was held
and rerrcshments were, served. The
first degree wllj bo conferred at the
next regular meeting,
105 North Main St.
SCHMIDT I CO.
Is Your Liver Lazy?
N-U S E
The rain which continued until Into
In the evening kept many away rrom
tho ladles' social given by tho Klk
Thursday evening. Only a ralr sized
crowd was present and tho ovonlng
was passed very pleasantly at cards, u
series or games being played, Piano
music was rendered throughout the
evening nnd at tho conclusion or the
game series, a threo course lunch was
served by the social commltteo which
is composed or Frank Knapp, J, A.
Heed and P. II. Mcars. Arter lunch
tho guests lingered for an hour at
cards, dancing and In tho billiard
Tho nilcs held n regular business
meeting before tho hour for thu
ladies' social, Thursday evening.
THE BIG SALE IS ON
Read the chscular for low
prices and extra bargarns
Uniformed Hank Knights of Pythias
held a regular session Thursday even
ing, Nothing nutilu from regular
business was considered,
Tho Druids motliisTnlght, Initiated
two candidates and received two ap
plications for membership.
The ITm-uiio at Hlng Sing.
Oislnlng, N. V Oct. 7 Following a
terrific hattlo with two of tho night
keepers who wero badly benten ana
then tied hand and foot ,flvo men
serving terms. In Ring Ring prison for
burglary, escaped early today. They
got out by sawing through fhc- bars
of ono or tho windows of tho chapel
Thoy then took to tho river landing
below tho prison walls. Ueforo get
ting out they severed tho telephone
wires and It was not until an hour
after they got away that tholr escape
was reported. A posso or nrmeu
guards i pursuing them nnd it Is
possible thnt.tliero will bo ji lively
battlo If thoy- hro ovortaken as, thoy
arft--iinVrUolto-Jiovo carried wun
them tho "revolvers token rom th0
Ground was broken today for tho
now plant of the new Marlon Shovel
and Dredgo company and contracts
ror Tour burp-shop bulld'ngs with a
capacity or 10 shovels per month will
be let very shortly. Men with teams
aro engaged In grading the part of
tho 125-acro tract, south of Ilelle
rountalno avcnu0 and lying botween
tho Hocking and Pennsylvania rail
road tracks, which ls to bo used for
Tho contracts to bo let at this .Unto
are for rourshop buildings, olio bu
Ing to bo 210 feel long and 120
feet wide. This will bo used as a
machine shop and erecting room. The
second building will be 210 feet long
and CO feet wldo and will be used n-J
a blacksmith and structural ahop. Tho
third building will be 112 feet long
and CO feet wldo and will be used as
a cntnentcr shop and the fourth
structuro Is to bo 100 feet long nnd
60 feet wldo and will be used as a
power house. To run at capacity will
require between four and five "hun
Tho contractors who have mado
bids for this work have agreed that
a largo force ,1a to bo put to work
and the construction 'pusluMUns vigor
ously oh possible. The plant will bo
completed and full equipped with
tlm most up-to-date machinery "nil
tho manufacturing of steam shovels,
dregdes, ballast unloadors, and kind
red machlenry will begin not later
than somo tlmo In I ebruary.
The company has arranged forapurs
connecting with tho Hocking Valley
and tho Pennsylvania Tho Hocking
Valley will construct a switch onto
tho company's property from which
point tho track will run to the shop
buildings. Tho main building will no
entered by threo tracks and tho
others by ono each.
Tho Pennsylvania vlll construct a
spur onto the company's property
from which point It will bo contin
ued to tho shop buildings, v. Other
trackage, such as Is necessary In
handling Its output has been plnnned
by the company. Connection with
these two railroads In this manner
will afford excellcntshlpplng facili
ties. The shop buildings aro to b0 locat
ed In n row across tho property, each
facing tho north r
Tho company has made Its plans so
that it will be easy to enlargo Its
plant and the construction of other
buildings will follow soon after tho
plant Is In running order. '
The salo of stock Iiob not been push
ed of late, attention .fliaving been de
voted to getting tho plant lined up
and under contract. .The. books jvlll
Ihj opened for stock subscriptions for
n short tlma until tho balance Is
An ofllCrt In the Foyo building on
Kast Center street ha been opened
up nnd will bo maintained indefinite
Mr. A. K. Cheney, general mnna-
ger and secretary of tho now company
stated today that no tlmo will bo lost
onco tho contracts aro awarded. The
completion of tho buildings will be
quickly followed by Installation or
tho machinery. Tho location ifor tho
plant 1b excellent and tho buildings
aro being constructed with a view
to providing a good, clean and healthy
placo for tho operatives.
A building boom Wniready under
way In thlB section of tho city and
tho breaking or ground for tho new
plant Ih expected to give tho boom add
cd Impetus. , , ,
Notice to till! PllJlliO.
Section 4427 of -tho General Code
reads as follows:'
Kach physician or other person
called to attend a person suffering
from smallpox, cholera,- plague, yel
low fovcr, typhus fovor, diphtheria,
membranous croup, scarlet fever, or
typhoid fever, or any other drsenj
dangerous to tho public health, or re
quired by tho stato board of Ijealth
to bo reported, shall' report to the
health officer within, whoso jurisdic
tion such person Is .round, tho nam",
age, se and color ir the patient, and
tho house and plafce in which such
person may bo roftnd. I,a "ls0 ninn
ner, tho owner orngent of the owirer
or a I'Uliaingilnuhlon a pelson re
sides who hnnjany of thodlawiseB
herein named m provided itkiilnnt, or
In which are the remains JA p- Vt
son having died of any such rflsense,
nnd tho head or tho ramjb', fmmeill
atoly after becoming 'nwij "f the
fact, Hhall give notUilloreftr to tho
health officer. (Il,lrrlefl, J?12r.)
In nddltlon to thoXlhrt of diseases
abovo given tho stato board of health
requires reports of 'cerobro-splnal
meningitis, chicken-pox, measles and
It Ih tho duty of all local health an
thorltlcB to enforce thls'laW,' a penally
for its vollatlon being provided.
Uy order the Uoa'riT of Public
Health. Addison Bain,
It Heal tli Officer.
Wo aro now completoly stocked up
with tho very latest designs of wool
ens for Bults, overcoats n.nd. vxtra
and got our low prices. Work and lit
nlways first-class n ottrestabllshment
Frel, Loading Tailor, opposlto ariln!
opera-house, south Htato Htrcet.
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Notice.-. - '
Hunting strictly .forbidden on the
premises of Adam, Kllngol on the
Richland pike. -w - '$.30-2wka
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Autumn's Chill has burst upon Us
The Time for Warmer Clothing has come: and
Uhler-Phillips is the store to turn to for satis
factory new Goods at tow Prices.
A Noteworthy Saturday Sale
of fine new full-length Coats
COATS "ou'H wonder how coats cut along
A f ti o CArmch beautiful lines as splendidly tailor-
t piz;.OUcd ns these can he sold at this price.
All are 52-inches long There 's a big selection of blue
serges, blue kerseys, diagonals, basket weaves, worsteds
and coverts. And each coat has sonic distinctive indi
vidual touch that raises it above the commonplace. The
best values you've ever laid your eyes G4 Cl
COATS - "s popular price we've an even
A C1 figreaier variety to select irom man a.t
At pAO.UU)a2.50. Stylitfh, . (practical handsome
Coats made up in the best new cloths and patterns. All
colors tomorow at a special tf jC if
See these Unmatchable Values
in Stylish Tailored Suits
Our Splendid Suits at $25 reflect the season's very
A newest fashion hints. A number of new styles just open
v cd are copied 'after magnificicnt imported models. And
? ;S then there's the bewitchinsr "Wooltex" $25 Suits the
V ,ii like of which )rou 'll see nowhere COC ))
$12.50 and $15 buy6 smart new Suits
flftlTto' irwlt'l vvY
' aiHffi . iWifiw :i
AU 'l1 fit1' Bh U
ib ii. ;im:! .. ;
H it .SKl' ! 'I
incr and which will srive
r by every store at $12.50
Suits that are stylish and bec(
two lun season's wear are not sho
and $15.. We have them though.
Take those pretty satin-lined storm serge suits which we
are selling special at$12.50. No other'local store has the like.
Then at $15 there's fine choice of special serge,- worsted and
cheviot suits in navy blues, wines, browns, grays, etc. Many of
them were just opened this week. $12.50 and $15.
The Dress Goods Store with the biggest
and best Stocks offer These Specials
We've a special double-warp Storm
Serge at 50c that's worth 65c. All
wool long double thred warp
spot-proof in navy blue, brown,
red, etc. Our special Kfir
price , lC
Sponged and Shrunken Storm Serges
at 75c instead of $1 a yard deep
somber autumn colors absolute
ly .spot-proof 42 inches wide. A
Dress Fabrics at $1.00 yard all
these handsome new materials
which women are wanting for
stylish tailored dresses, princess
gowns and 3-piece costumes. Som
ber street colors, delicate eveniug
tints and jet bladBwe've a rare
line of all of them; See our special
$1 sponged Broadcloth our $J.
French Serges, Satin Cloths, Pop
lins, Epingclines and T-f A A
i mannish suitings .... PW
Now .Standiuil. quality fntd-
I'olop Apron Cliigluuus a
good 7o finality. Wo, will hpU
fa 1000-yard case tomorrow
i to the first comers at 5o Iho 1
10o (leered I'iii nne let tcs. Wo
Movo nearly 2000 yards in well
assorted staple pattema nult
nblo for hnuBo dresses and
klinonuH. This salo ends to
morrow night. jil.
Women's Pure Wool
Sweaters at $2.50
Smart new style, single-breasted Sweaters
in an attractive now fancy weave. Of
soft, warm pure wool. Choice of cardinal,
oxfords and white all sizes $2.50.
At $5 we show the finest now Sweato'r
novelties tho "Middy Blouse" and tho
warm high-necked "Co'cd" sweaters, button
ing smartly down tho side. White and Cardinal.
Perfect Mill-lengths of 10c
Colored Outing Flannels 8c yard.
A Saturday Sale of new Fall 9x12
Axminster Rugs worth $25 at $17.95
Just opened the best Rug values we'vo ever had in the storo. Room
size heavy-weight Axminster Rugs in rich all-over Oriental and Floral pat
terns. Those regularly worth $25 tomorrow at$ 17.95; those worth $22.50 at
UhlerrPMllips: The Store that sells Wooltex.