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And Warmer Weather Is
Coming According to The
MAHER JO BE LORD DERBY'S
HORSE PILOT IN 1911
77iartV Vow For The Crowds Saturday The First Day
Of The Big Sate We're Open Tonight.
IF YOU BUY NOW
You will get better than 25 Discount.
We are always tower than the other fellows.
Help up Today Porter Kil
led and Passangers
THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TUESDAY JANUARY 3, X9XI
Maying Initial Carrier Li
jable For all Connecting
Lines Held Constitu
tional. By United I'ress Wire.
-' , (UUL.LKT1N).
Washington, Jnn. 3 The constitu
tionality of tlio 80-called Cnrinnclc
amendment to tlio Intcrstato Com
merce law, requiring common car
riers to Issue through bills oC lad
ing and mnlclng tlio Initial carrier
liable- for damages for tlio shipment
of all connecting lines, was this af
ternoon" unheld by a- sweeping de
cision of tho supremo court of the
'"d'ho decision was handed down In
tivo cases that of tho Atlantic Coast
line railway against tho Hlversldo
mills of Georgia und that of the
Lotilsvlllo & Nashvtllu ranvvny against
N. I'. Scott of Kentucky. In both
cuses the rallrouds wero sued for
iiiiiuiiiniuiury Jtiiuuuuulsui Cured in
' Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.
says: "My wife had Inflammatory
Jihoumatlsm In every muscle and
Joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and faco were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been
In bed for six weeks and had eight
physicians, but received no bonlllt
until sho tried Dr. Dotchon's Itctlof
for Ithqumatlsm. It gavo immediate)
relief and sho was ablo to walk
about In threo days. I am sure It
saved her life."
Sold by tho Dumblo Pharmacy
DrilKglstfl. Onposlt Kerr House
Try our Pocnahontas Nut for your
cook stove. Enterprise Coal & FeoJ
Co Thnni OB Q-14-pnrtff
YOUR STATIONERY SHOULD BE NEAT
A good deal depends on the- pontiles of jour stationery. Its the
first rcllcctlon that oitcn reflects upon ur business qualifications.
' Your stationery goes us un advance agent. Our lines arc complete uiul
of tho right character.
TSCHANEN BROS, Druggists
S Main Street.
1 st prize 1
In addition to tho nbovo prizes' every prize winner will receive, nccordln-j to the merit of (he solution, u
bona (hie credit bill for mi amount from 925.0M to 1:17. ."id. These checUs will bo accepted by u ut their full facet
value to apply on tho purchase of any ouo of tlio new pianos' (hat we arc lull educing to (he piano loving public
through this nuiiuiuoiitli advertising plan. The above mentioned cliccKs will bo given In denominations us fol
lows; threo at $tlS.(lo; threo ut $1:17.50; three ut $1:15.00 three ut $i::o.o; (hive ut Si:; ,1.00; three ut $120.00;
threo at $110; (en ut $7r.00; (en ut $,"0.on and nil coirivl solutions will receive n credit bill ror $J5.00.
Tlilnlc of Itl If ou solvo this puzlo correctly, ou will rccclvo hi nddlllou to imo of (he nbovo elegant
prizes which you u,ct absolutely free, u bona lido credit bill us explained in the last above paragraph.
These pianos have un enviable reputation lu New VorK, lioton und easte'iuCltle.s and the nuiuufaclureivi
believe they can Introduce (hem lu tld.s market liioro o.ulollv and satisfactorily bj giving the people the saving of
tho enormous expenso oruiiluli'odiictlunlhrniigli ordinary methods. Any thinking person will rein Illy upprcchKo
that any manufacturer of u reliable piano e-an well ulVortl to iiinko the nbovo liberal offer, If by so doing ho
makes his Instruments as well known In this vicinity during iho uo( three or four weeks us would lnki$ thre-o
or four jeura by mdlnary methods or advertising.
This Is tliu ugo ef co-openitlon, and (ho nmnufncdircr of Ihi'io plimo.s correctly belleve-s thai the way t
Introduce) them to this market Is to upend tho advertising money In making special oilers (o the people rather
than by employing world-famous demonstrators at a fabulous expense, und making tho people pay for such
methods by ashing a heavily lullated priev for the plnuo. '
In tho event of a tlo for any of tho prizes, n duplle-ate prlzo will bo given llioso (vliis. All contcslanls will
rccolvo a Miluablo prjzo for their effort.
FKKR; A beauflful Se'arf l'ln to over one enterlue; the content.
damage on a shipment which whs
sustained while It was In 'tho hands
of a connecting carrier and both
cases the lower court decided against
tho rallronds, upholding tho constitu
tionality of the Carmack amendment.
These decisions wero afTlrmcd by
tho circuit court of tho United States
for tho southern district of Georgia
and tho court of appeals of Kentucky.
Tho yullroads Insisted that the
amendment violated tho constitutional
rights of tho railroads and interfered
with their liberty of contract.
Justice Iiiirton delivered tho opin
ion. Ho declared that tho law In
question fell upon tho old establish
ed practice that n firm or Imltvldua'
or corporation wns responsible for
tlio nets of its agents.
"Tho conducting lines" he said
"wero the agents of tho Initial car
rier and tlio Initial carrier Is there
With tho exception of that part
of the degree of tho lower court
which awarded tho complainant at
torneys fees, tho court afTlrmcd the
decision of tho lower courts.
Continued front I'ngo One.
drawal of the mounted troops and the
For fear, however, that anarchistic
sympathizers might tuko udvantage
of tho confusion for an attack on the
police, an overwhelming number of
bluecoats remained on the battlefield.
Might hundred police are still form
ing a cordon around tho ruins nnd
aro excluding every body, including
newspaper men. Tho police fear thut
owing to tho Intense Indignation
caused by today's outrage untl-allen
riots may bo precipitated tonight. To
prevent such, every available police
man In tho city will bo on duty.
Secretnry Churchill said ho bellov
ed tho anarchists themselves set fire
to tho house and that they commit
ted sulcldo before tho flames leach
mmJSmUmmJmuiMmWkrl iw j
1 Gent's Gold Watch
Chair Very Fine.
1 Set of Gold
beautiful chest of Rodgers Bros pilverware and $175 credit bill.
1 Morris chair, very fine and $150 credit bill.
1 gent's Gold watch, 20 year guaranteed case and $150 credit bill.
1 Ladies' Gold watch, 20 year guaranteed case & $150 credit bill.
1 set Rodgers Fruit Knives, guaranteed and . . . $150 credit bill.
RUSH YOUR ANSWER TODAY Send by mail or
bring to our store. Contest closes Thursday, Jan. 5th,
1911 at 6 p. m. Address Special Representative Goodman
Piano Co, care of
By United tress Wire.
Chicago, Jan. 3. Hope of saving
thousands of sheep and cattle on tin
western plains, Imperiled by the bliz
zard and lutenso cold which has pre
vailed during tho past two days, Is
contained in tho announcement of the
United States weather' bureau today
that warmer weather Is coming. Uo
glnnlng tonight tho temperature
throughout the Mississippi vulley will
begin slowly to rise and by Thursdaj
It Is expected that the mercury will
stand near tho -freezing point
Reports reaching hero today Indl-
I'-'ate that great suffering, not only of
jattle nnd sheep but of people, have
osulted In many sections of tho west
'rom tho Intense cold. Tho gas sup
)ly on which many people are depend
ent for heat Is seriously affected. Tin
tvatcr supply Is running short In man
icctlons and animals are suffering.
The present cold wave has moved
ts center from Michigan and is now
located east of Lake Huron In Can
ada. It will move oaHt during the day
und probably will reach tho New Hng
uiid stutcs tonight.
The weather Is rapidly moderating
throughout the southern states.
Tho mercury stood nt 1 nbovo zero
A c u' $ t & & !
BASKET BALL .
s $ :
The "Y" UI'YpH suffered defeat at
the hands of the Jollff Hrothers uiih
.sct ball team of Woosler at the Y.
M. Ct. A. last night. The team was
composed of four of the In others
and one outsider, Alcock, the other
brother, had broken his arm In a
recent game. The Jollffs played e x
cellcnt ball completely outclassing
their opponents who were badly Clip
idoil two of them being on Hie sick
list. William Jollff played the specta
cular game for the brothers, llunn
letting hlin get away for seven bas
kets. Two men on tho Hep team
played together too closely not giving
the others a chnnco.
The gamo was remaikably clean
only threo fouls wero dhlled.
Line-up and summaiy:
Marion. I'os. Jolllfft.
Foster L. V Jay JolilT
Itleo ... X 11. F. . .Walter Jollrr
flumes C Wm. Jollff
Mlekiey L. G Alcock
Undsey It. G . .Hllford Jollff
Field goals Itlce, 2; Foster, .!:
llumo, .IJ.MIckley, 3; Walter, 2; Jay.
2; William, 7; Alcock, 3. Uofeiei
Hefore tho Jollff game and between
the halves the Cloister club was badly
beaten by tho High school, the score
being 13 to 5. Kim: and Crawley
'J'uUo any number from seven to flftee'ii liu'liid)p. Do not -v any n umber more ihaii twice. lMaco num
ber eleven In center Witt;, onu number In oneli of the Miuares m that when they aro added perpendicularly or
liorloiitally the total will iiinko ::t. Tor the neatcM correct answer we will Ive absolutely fm the prizes In
older or merit. All prize winner will be unfilled by until, uni all prlzo must be cnlled for within ten da.vs troni
closing of cemte'st. It Is not necessary to use this paper. Only ouo person Ju n family can enter.
London Jan. 3 Thero has Just
t tided i keen Imtlli brtwi n threo
tlval rii' o horse owners for the service,
of D.wmy Maher, the American Jock
ey, for the next season, which has re
sulted in Maher obtaining the. highest
"retainer" ever paid to a Jockey In
ICnglaud. The competitors wero Lord
Derby, Hart of Hose-berry and August
llelinont. ' Hosebory has secured a
"prize" wjth C0,000, which, with or
dinary fees, must bring tho frminus
horseman's Income somewhero In the
neighborhood of jlfiO.OOO between
now and the end of I in l . Maher iin
iiouiK ed early this year that Increas
ing weight might compel him to re
tire from flat racing, but a course of
scientific Turkish baths has enabled
him to keop within the limit, and
is he means to keep In strict training
luring tho winter months he bcllevi
ne vvlll bo nblo to enny out all lib,
,duv,-d tho best ball for the high
school. Line-up and summary.
H. S. 1'oh. Cloisters
Hlfrltt L. F Spencer
L. Kin It. F Taylor
Cruwley C Fisher
I'rettvman L. O iilihop
C King It. O Hell
Field goals Crawloy, l; Slfrltt, 2;
Fisher. 1; King, 3; Taylor, 1. Fouls
Crawhv, l; Taylor.
Cincinnati, Jan. 3. T. Carilngton.
export accountant, reported Tuesdav
to officials of the Union Central Life
Insurance company of Cincinnati that
John 1-3. Turner, former Ciiiclnnatlaii
who was Indiana agtnt of the com
pany, was short approximately $8,000
in his accounts, according to an ex
umiyiation of Turners books. Turner
killed himself In a hotel at Indianapo
lis a week ago.
CAN YOU SOLVE IT?
By United r-iess Wire.
Ogden, Utah, Jan. 3. Stopped by
a lighted fuse, tho Southern I'm lib
Overland limited wus held up ut
Kecse, near here, early today by two
masked bandits and 100 passengers
wero robbed, William Davis, a negro
porter was killed, A. W. Taylor, un
other porter, was fatally wounded, and
a passenger slightly hurt, Tho rob
bers escaped and are today being pur
sued by armed poses.
When the train stopped at tlio lit
tle watering station of Hee-se-, tho two
bandits masked to the eyes and with
a big gun In each hand, .stepped out
of the tank's shadow and covered the
engineer and firemen. When Con
ductor Cunnlnghum cam" running up
to ascertain tho cause of tho delay, ho
loo, was menaced with the bandits'
pistols. Then one of the bandits left
the trainmen In chnrge of bis fellow
and started back through the Ionic
string of 'Pullmnns.
On the way through the sleeping
ears tho bandit encountered the two
porters. First Davis opposed his en
trance to his car nnd was ghot dead.
In the next oar Taylor showed fight
nnd he, too, fell with a bullet In hi
body. Ho was brought hero and will
Only one of the passengers In the
lonir line of Pullmans fhowed any re
sistance as tho robber passed thiounh
collecting cash and Jewelry from the
occupants of overy Perth. Ho wan
beaten over the head with tho rob
ber's gun but wns not seriously hurt.
Two sacks full of mone-y nnd Jewelry
wero secured by the bandits who alt
er their looting of the Pullman de
cided the express car was too hard
a proposition to tnokle and made off
to the north.
A special train carrying a posse of
bandit hunters has left hero for the
scene of the hold-up.
About four miles from the scene
of the train robbery, the robbers met
tho duughtors of Illpbop of tho Mor
mon church, James Wnyment, of War
ren, returning from a dniicev. The
men, carrying automatic pistols, and
repeating rilles, held up the girls and
took their money and Jewels, and' con
tinued their flight.
Will Try It Again.
Columbus, Jan. 3. Senator Dean
will reintroduce the optometry bill
which passed tho last legislature, but
Which was vetoed by Governor Har
mon. The veto of I ho governor was
read In the senate this morning and
further consideration of the bill wus
Indefinitely postponed which menus
Hint It Is dead.
The bill pnllcM for the appoint
ment of a eommi lo ii'n the exam
ination and n irlstrnliou of optometlsts
prize 1 Mission Clock and
Seventh prize 1 set of Gold Cuff Buttons and $150 credit bill.
Eighth prize 1 Ladies' Levalier and $150 credit bill
Ninth prize 1 China Decorated Dinner Set and $150 credit bill.
Tenth prise 1 Leatheroid Oak Rocker and $150 Credit bill.
Attach this coupon (or one similar to your answer, writing
possible glo below inline, und nddresses of two or mora cf j"ur friends who
iho purchase of u piano or a I'luvcr piano r (Hand l'liiun.
126 East Center Street,
The Hoover-Rowlands Co
Makers of Happy Homes.
Your Credit Is Good. Ill N. Main St.
Xevv York. Jon. 3. Slippery rails
caused by th- rain, are held responsi
ble for it collision between two crowd
ed street cars on the fin line In Uro.k
l.vn early today m which forty persons
were injured. Hlx passengers und
motorman of one car are In liospltula
seriously maimed, but none are ex
pected to die.
The performance at tho Sun the
first half of the week In given by
Hubert Hoblnson and his stock com
pany, presenting "The ftf-o Ornhans."
The company is composed of talented
ladles nnd gentlemen who ably play
ed the parts oust for them. MlM
Fannie ltubile, as tho blind girl, and
Miss Catherine lindle.v, ns llenrb tte,
were exceptionally fine. The play was
preceded by "Mr. Taylor's Telegram."
h farce In one act. The added at
traction, Kolb nnd Miller, two Ger
man comedians, offered the fun for
the performance. They kept the
house In a continuous roar or laugh
ter and had to respond to a number
of one-ores. Xevv motion plcturet
concluded a fine Xew Year's bill.
I'ln.vlng a Cniiio of Tactics.
Washington, Jan. 3. When th
fleet of swift scout couriers weighed
anchor In Hampton lthoads today and
slwimesl out to attempt to Intercept
the attacking fleet of battleships
which Is attacking the American
coast, the greatest war gamo In tho
history of Uncle Sam's navy besan in
Hear Admiral Schroodor directed
the great Atlantic fleet of battleships
out of the English channel last Fri
day. At the same tlmo tho navy de
partment instructed Rear Admiral
Stnnton to tako his scout cruUors and
' Intel cept the enemy."
The navy department expects no
news of either fleet until tho game Is
over. The battleships are due a
nuuntntiamo on January 1C.
Miss Susan IJ. Snell wu." born In
Panduskv countv, Ohio Julv 28, 1 S " 1 ,
departed this life December 30, 1910.
aged !"!) years, 5 mouth.s and 3 (lav
She was in irrlod to Silas Howell
November 12, lst;x. he (King Febru
And $6,500 In Other
F&E -ABSOLUTELY- FB3EE
China Dec. Dinner
ary 10, 1809. She was later united
in itnarrluge to D. It Hone of South
Point. Ohio She was the mother of
10 children, four of whom have gone
before while the rest are "left ti
mourn the loss of a gentle loving
mother. The fifteen living children
are Leslie and Oroyer, of ( hem a,
Illinois: fhnrles and Henjamln of La
Jantn, Colorado; John of Missouri,
Manuel of Chicago, Illinois; V li
mot and Frank of Marion, Ohio
Kate Snucly and Ida Heggerman c '
Cheaspeitk, Ohio; Stella N'nble of
Jamestown, Kansas; Hachel Noble of
Marlon, Ohio; Goldla Opper .f Col
umbus,' Ohio, Delta Ward of Marlon,
Ohio ;Kthel Price of Marlon. Oh
Mrs. Hone was united with the 1 i
tlst church when quite a voting ,. rl
and lived a faithful devoted chrit u
the remainder of her life.
Peaceful be thy silent slumber,
Peaceful In thy grnvo so low,
Thou no more shall join our number,
Thou no more our sorrows kno
Yet again we hope to meet thee
When the day nt life is fled
And In Heaven with Joy to gn t thee
Wihcro no farewell teura are mi d
Hoys' l and t'i cordunv suits,
$1.50. Herman Hros 1-3 "t
No Fault to Find
A. critical eje, a fastidious
taste, and a iio d jude of j
good food never has fault
to find with our treats.
Telephone your ordr.
MERKDE MEAT MAPKEr
K. Center 3t nnd Sharpie O urt'
Oak Rot".- .'
il wm rtrfciT-i t
$150 credit bill. '
jou believe iiiIkIiI
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