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The Hon. Theodore ::
Hoosevelt Said: ::
Irffo Insumnco Increases the ;
s(a1)illty of tho business world, '.'.
raises Its moral tone and puts
a premium on thoso habits of !!
Ihlirlff ntwl flavlhtr 4L.I.1.1. tvt A.
bo essortlnl to tli0 welfare of
tho people us a body. You
(can do no bettor thnn to Insure
In Tho Midland Mutual of
Columbus, 01l. Dr. .W. .O.
llinmiPMiu, President, Hon. 1J.
OHAS'. E. SOHAAD,
aigr. Western Ohio.
Offices, room 1G and 1G the
Oood, live agents wonted.
Hlthor ladles or gentlemen.
Joint Arthur Tailed to Sign.
Chicago, April 4. Admitting that he
failed to sign articles with Uncle 8am
and that ho has suffered a real solar
lilcxus knockout, John Arthur John
son today promised tho federal offi
cials that ho will pay nil bets and to
morrow morning will contrlbuto $9,
000 to tho colters of Undo Sam. Jack
acknowledged that ho surreptitiously
introduced Into this country ono dia
mond nocklaco worth, $0,000 without
declaring his Intentions. Pcnnltlos,
lines and duties bring tho total bill of
tho government to $9,600.
Kissing his hard earned lucre good
bye, Jack said:
"I knew you had to sign articles
With Unolo Sam, but I didn't knouv the
rules woro bo much harder on you
when you rone; than thoy are in tho
Stato of Ohio. City of Toledo. Lucas
Frank J. Choney mnkos oath that
ho Is senior ti.irtmr nt tJii ilrm nr v
J. Chcnuy & Co.. doing business in tho
i.-nvoi mouuo. I'ouniv nnu Ktuto nrore
tt.lltl. and tlha said firm iv i 1 1 imv (hn
Bum of ONE HUNDHUD DOLLAHS
for each and cvorv cose of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho usu of
Jnll'a r"n.nm.L fit.-
FHANIC J. CHENEY.
. Sworn to boforo ino and mibscrlbod
in my presence, mis 0th uav ox Do
comber. A. D., 1886.
(8cul) A. W. GIVEASOX.
... , Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is takon inter
nally, and acts dlroctlv on tho Mood
and mucous surfaces jvf the sjsteni.
Kcntl lor testimonials free.
' P. J. CHENEY fi CO.. Tolodo. O.
' SoW bv till Druggists. 75c.
Tako Hall's IFulmly Pills for con
Ohls Decorating Co
Simply so many good
things that we can
hardly enumerate them.
Chi ly Lcltui'o
I'liit) New Cabbage
etc., 'li'., etc.
Ni'h Maple Hng.ir mid Sjrup
:o minis or cni'o-e.
Egg Dji'n Kill designs
tinil cnloiv r
no UiiKci- nnd egg
CnkcH 10c iiiiiI l.'c t'iicli,
Potlcil Illoomliig I'luuia
2nc to 151.75.
Ei Specialists in "JVwif
"ThingtlJorxltoLut & J JO
Do You Want To Pay
Fot a pair of
Tan Button or
See Our Lines.
Jf L u IF JL. '1 1 & IL a k. . 1
f If If 111 If fcJTlii I il V
JUiiii kllU Ili'C Vl X
SOUTH HlUti STREET V
If Ho Had a War on Hand
The Philippines Should
be Cast Adrift.
(Untied l'rcss Lcnsod "Wiro.)
Washington, April 6. In case thcro
were a war centering on tho Pacific
const. Undo Bam ought to let tho
Philippines go without a strugglo nnd
center all Its strength on defending
Hawa'l, San Francisco and Alaska,
said Brigadier General Edwards, chief
ot tho Insular bureau, before tho sen
ate llnnnco committee. Edwards plead-
ec that ho wanted to discuss Philip
pine commcrco but tho commlttco got
linn to branch off on military science.
"It nny of tho groat powers should
decide to solao tho Philippines, I would
allow them to do so," tho witness de
clared. "Hut tho ownership of tho
Islands would bo one of tho things to
be considered nfter tho cluso of tho
"You moan wo would not dofend
them?" asked Senator McCumber.
"No," answered tho general. "Tho
Important iolnt to bo given nttcntlon
In a Pacific war would bo Pearl bar
boi In the Hawaiian Islands, San Fran
cisco, and Alaskn."
"You mean that It would not bo
wise to concontrnto groat war
strength so far nwny ns tho Philippines
but to let them go to recover them In
tho troaty of ponco?" suggested Sena
tor John Slmrp Williams.
''Yes, that Is what would happen,"
Edwards urged greater liberality In
granting sugar making privilege In
A DIPLOMATIC WARNING.
Washington, April G That Sonator
Lodge's resolution demanding light on
rooortcd attempt by Japan to establish
a foothold on tho Pacific coast of
Slexlco, was on "administration meas
ure" Introduced specifically to give
President Tnft hn opportunity to volco
o diplomatic warning that Japan must
keep hands oft In Central and South
America, became known hero this nft
orroon. It was said that Taft's reply will
not bo'red to the sennte oxcept In
oxecutlvo session, which ttldlcntes the
Importnnco with which that body ro-
gards tho nnvul base scare. Senators
this nfternoon believed, however, that
the president's plan was to have havo
tho reply mado public later.
In tho message It was said the ad
ministration plan to say ns plainly
ns diplomatic usago and international
courtesy will permit, that the United
States will not permit nny foreign na
tion to secure strategic bases, in this
hemisphere. Tho Monroe doctrine will
be reaffirmed and the document will
st rve almost hb well cs a note to the
foreign ofllco "as to Undo Sam's at
titude. 50 ibutter and ogg1 cokes tomorrow,
10e and Hie. It. T. iLdwIs & Co.
Wheat Crop ItuliKll.
Columbus, O.. April 5 Tho state
board of ngrlculturo today announced
that tho condition of tho wheat crop
this spring was only 1 per cont ns
good as It should bo. It predicted Hint
m.iny farmers would become discou
raged over the poor prospects for tho
wheat now In the ground nnd that
the wheat would bo torn up nnd tho
nerengo replaced with corn or outs.
"Tho nlurinlug condition of the
wheat crop Ih partly due to tho recent
weather. Alternate froezlng nnd
thawing ciuiKcs nn upheaval of tho
roots," said Jim Fleming, assistant
secretary of tho bo.ird.
Tho hoard estimated that 16 pur cent
of tho 1911 wheat crop was being held
Ly tho farmers for a rulso In prlco.
The condition of cum In the cilb
wus pronounced oxcollont.
Tho first prospect was announced ns
poor. Tho peach crop was said to bo
only two-thirds as promising ti umlor
The Colonel ut CumlH'iliinil.
Cumberland, Mil., April C Colonel
Ittosovelfs special train arrived boie
today two hours late, duo to a delay
behind the wreck of a freight engine,
llnilrond ofllclals held tho special
pending repairs. Notwithstanding the
delay Coo people waited for a glimpse
of tho colonol nt Koysor, AV. Vu Ho
wns ho ploasod that nfter a brief
speech ho shook hands with tho ontlio
crowd At Cumberland ho stopped to
tell liln Ideas of Progrcsslvolsm to n
crowd of nearly too.
THI MARION DAILY XHUIOR. FRIDAY,
imanni i i in
Easy to Get Rid '
01 lOFHS 111 13 WaV
"ai3TS.IT," tho New- Coin Cure
"Coins Gone! GKTS-1T Got 'Em."
"GE'1'S-IT" Is tho new-plan corn
euro that will surely surprise you tho
very first llmo you uso It, It Is so sim
ple, (palnlcs?, quick and sure In Its no
tion. It shrlvols up tho corn, wart, callous
or bunion, soparates them from tho
truo llosh, tho corn comes off, and
there you nro, with feat that feel pos
itively glorious; corn-frco onco moro
ns they used to 1o In your "barefoot
Tho most romnrkaible fonturo Is that
"GETS-IT" does not harm or turn raw
tho healthy llosh as other preparations
do. It Is ns safe as water. 'No moro
plasters, bandages, or salves.
"GETS-IT Is sold nt drug stores at
2Ce n bottlo, or sent on receipt of prlco
by E. Lnwronce & Co., Chicago.
WnntH n Long Term.
.Pckln, China, April . Ilf Ypan Shi
Knl,' China's first president, hn his
way, ho and his successor will hobl
offlco for ten-year terms. Tho longth
of term ot tho prosldoncy wns original
ly iproposod nt seven years, liut Yuan
believes that tho first prcsldont should
ooiievcs inni tno nrsi prcsiuoni snoum
be given at least ten years to get China
well started on tho republican road to
progress. In the electoral assembly
Yuan would glvo tho larger provinces I
eight, the .medium six nnd the 'smaller,
four votos. Indications aro that tho
prcsldont will bo tho biggest Individ
ual factor In tho national convention
thnt iwlll settle thoso points.
A Hlg Tight nt Detroit.
Detroit, (Mich., April 5. Ono of tho
hottest, fights over wnged In AVnyno
county political conventions Is In pro
gress horo today In tho Itopubllcan
county convention, moth tho Taft
and Itoosevolt forcos claim n major
ity of tho delegates, but It is ibollovcd
that unless tho Itoosovolt men can
force n voto on tho chairmanship, they
.will withdraw nnd carry tho light to
the floor of tho state convention.
John S. iHaggcrty, chairman of tho
convention, Is one of the Tnft leaders.
SENT TO WORKHOUSE
Also Filled $100 For IJchUtlng mi Of
ficer. Charley Kllng, who left the city last
January undor commuted sentenco
which provided that upon his return
ho would ibe committed to tho work
house nt Dayton until n flno of $100
nnd eoita had been sorvod, was arrest
ed at 10 o'clock Thursduy night by
Offlcor Habeock. IClIng resisted ar
rest and It wns with extromo difficulty
that Patrolman Habeock succeeded In
(bringing him to tho olty prison. As
a result of this second offense Kllng
wns brought Into mayor's court Fri
day nfternoon nnd pleaded guilty to
tho charge of resisting nn officer nnd
as sentenced to tho workhoinse where
he will remain until thollno nnd cnxts,
amounting to $112.30, bo discharged.
Ho will be allowed sixty cents per day
for eneh day of conllnement until ro-
loascil .by duo prooosn of law. While It
has been severnl days slnco Kllng re
turned to Marlon, nfter being ordered.
from tho city, 1io hnd onused no trou
ble until Thursdny night when he be-
cumo Intoxlrated nnd Teslsted Offlcor
Uabcock who endeavored to arrest
Continued from I'ngo One.
Jefo d'nrmus of Juarez, to repair the
lines and ascertain the rauso of tho
explosions. Although those crows havo
not reported, many ibollovo tho do-
tuiiHtlons resulted from the dynamit
ing of brldgos by federals.
Despatches from Jlmlnois rocolved
hero boforo tho wires wero out In
dicated thnt the Jlrlng nt Pnrral yos-
tcrdoy, whon ihc combined forces of
Gener.iln famia, Ralaznr and IFVrnnn-
des and Mijor Qucvoda attneked tho
city was tho fieriest of the entire caw
Continued from Pngo One,
The i Ivor Is rapidly rising at Natchez.
Miss., nnd a 56-foot stugo Is expected
there. Itlver steamers are swumped
with demands of furmors to move live
stocks. Farms nro being depopulated
and nil stock driven to high ground
are sent by stoamor to points believed
to oo uui, in uiu ioii uiniiivi.
Hickman, y.. April 6-lho city off - 1
tiuls of Hickman have more than 3,000
persons to feed nnd house, but no I
fupds and very little food. The si ua-
tlon today was tho most .critical since
the tint water entered the town four
davi ago. nefugocs nro flocking hero
irom i m "i-uvunx t.mn.
Iocul merchants nro cleaned out of
?," "1 ?" Z7'" ?., '" , rl"1- W7-MS -tnpi 5.5000,
IIIO VIMtVfT tMIU J-v..... IMIMUIMDP tM-tTU
been thrown opn to the refugees, there
are still hundreds unsheltered In tho
l.lllu linnlr of Ihft tnivn Thn last lilnclr
of tM0 slnes8 district wus Inundated
I Into yesterday wid part of tho town
Ms under ten feet of water.
Mrs. WUHom Venters, who arrived
'" nickm?n Jn n motor boat yesterday
it-inn " " " ' mni.iuii.
nd four children, left in tho attic of
her homo on Island No. 8. Tho waters
had risen to'fthb .second floor of het
homo vh6n siig left to summon aid, but
l0 "M 'their w-ay to the pluce.
thrown Into a fovcr of cxcltoment nnd
oipprehonslon today by a rapid rise of
water within tho city at Tenth strdct.
It was .bollovcd that tho loveo had
broken nnd hurried preparations nvoro
nindo to combat a serious Hood. Men
rushed to .the eeonn fullv cxncctlnc to
lnd n, bVcrtk, but"tfncoverod tho water
was coming' h-o man overflow of tho
discharge raco of a dralnago pump
working noar tho levee. This raco,
becoming cloggod, caused a great
volume ofiwntgrtb flow back Into tho
town Instead of being emptied into tho
open river beyond tho levee.
At noon tho weather burcnti offi
cials Issued a stntomenl saying that
tho sltuntlon " In Cairo proper anight
bo considered' Safe.
"Tho situation Js now well In hand,
and no-'tlntigfcr 'la apprehended," tho
lTnna,ltQltV(l In Culio.
Cairo, llts,jj,Afp'rll C. Hope tint I tho
worst of -tliojlldpd has now passed was
revived In Cairo today when It wna
found that j tho- stubwny lindcr f lie
Hlinols Contrnl bridge approach, ns
well on tho cross levees, wcro holding
safe and strong against tho rush of
waterw from the Hooded ilruinngo ills
trlct, north of , tho city. Tho drainage
district presented a desolato sight to
day. Lumber, parts of linuscs, barns
nnd other debrla floated aoout tho dis
trict in wntqr ten rcet ucop.
Tho wntof -wont Into tho onstern
part of tho ' district Into yesterday.
Orent 'illes of lumber wcro ovorturncd
mil tossed abut like toothpicks. Wa
ter roachcd thosubwny under tho Illi
nois Contralrapproach shortly boforo
dark and nt . midnight hnd almost
reached thojfwj of tho bulkhead, When
It subsided ?A11 of the levee workers
In tho drainage district havo boon
brought Into'Calro nnd plnccd on tho
l(ees aboufctlio city today. They will
bo kopt at .Work until tho river ins
below tho dnifgor line.
,UL IIIIOULHIO IIVU i.iw....o ...v..-
, ralro can operate a train Into
cty,tVday. The Illinois. Contrnl
t; ,M-i'to Blvo ,, whon over
tvct.'ot, track was washed out
. ,.. &,.,,. Thn u,tlo tug-
..c.0ri'Baion." of the Hlg Four.
running betwen Cairo and Mound City,
is the only moans of travel.
nations from the army headquar
ters nt St.,Louls will be welcome hore.
ns the flood has so crippled tho various
stores that supplies nro running short
Continued From rnge Ono.
tratlon for ihc""ndjustimcnt of dlt
llcultles in the Industrial world.
Establishment of n national com
mission for, tho regulation of tho en
,tlro bunklng.system of .tho country.
.Opposition to tho uso of tho pub
lic funds for sectarian purposes.
Opposition to tho waste of mineral
nnd forest resources.
For tho creation of a permanent
Judicial roform. Demand that can
dldates for supremo court plodgo
themselves, to clianco tho rules of
tho court to bring noout moro speedj
Justice nn dat loss cxponso to liti
gants. Shortening of tho vacation
porlod of tho court 1 nordcr that lt
dockot may bo cleaned np.
Chicago, Airll 5. Close Wheat
May up 1-4; July up 1-8.
Corn -May up l-!j; July lown 1-8.
Oats Muy nnd July up 1-8.
Whont'-JMny, opon 1.03 3-8, close
1.03 G-S; July, doon 90 3-1, closo 8C
Corn Mny. open 7C 3-8. closo "fi
1-2; July, open 75 1-2, closo 75 3-8.
Oats May, open !5 1-2, closo fiB
5-8; July, open no 1-4, closo HO 3-8.
Pork 'Mny, opon 17.22, close 17.07;
July, open 17 02, closo 17. IG.
(Lard (Mn v. open' 0.02, cloio 9.85;
July, open 10.10, oloso 10.02,
lllbs Way, opon 0,72, closo 9.C2;
July, opon U.92, closo U.S0.
Toledo, O, April G. JWIhcut Tush
1.02 1-8; Mny 1.02 3-8; July US 3-8;
Corn Cash 76 1-2; (May nnd July
77; Srtptom'bor 7C 1-8.
Oats Cash G7 3-4TMay 58 1-8; July
G3; Soptom'ber 44 '5-8. '
Ilyo Cflsli t)n
CInvorsonil -Cash 12.50; April 12.10;
October 8.97 1-2; No. 2, 12.35; No. 3,
12.20; rojoctcd 11.85.
Alslko Cash 12.50; August 8. 00.
Timothy Cash ml April 0.80.
Uuttor. eggs and hay nohnngod.
CLKVBLANJ l.fVK STOCrc.
Clevoland, O., April C. Hogs 2,500;
5 to IKo lowori huavlos 7.95; mlxad
yorkors nnd lights RifJS.lO; pigs 77.25.
Cattlo 10 enrs; 15o lowor,
Sheep and lambs 10 curs; wool 8
top; clips 7 top.
Calves 300; Stop.
Loulsvlllo. Ky April G.-Cuttlo
Hecolptff CU; ZM t -Hogs
Hccclpts 1,400; 407.93.
KAPT nTTFITX TTVTI STOCK.
East Huffalo, N. Y., April 5-Cattlo
Ttppftlnta IfVt lion.1 itinrlfnt ! on fi V
nd auot. a)rlmo Btqr8 7..jW7,85; inlt.
c10r cradii S.r.n(f!l7.
calves - Receipts 1.100 head; market
- ...!,, ,nnHv 9r hi onii tn imirfl
Bn nm, ,nm,w ncCBlptfl 7i00o
,IoaI. ,nar,ot n u 10o ,lR,lor.
chnIce ,,un,,8 giMWiW pu,i t0 fnr w
Un. yearllnfr8 77M. Bllo0 3smi
n0KH ileco,p,s 3i4oo; market ua-
tive, Ge higher: yorkers 8.308.35; plgd
740. m,xed 830fr835. llftavy 85gs.30;
new yoiik pnonucra.
Now York, April G. Trading
1i nrno.1 fni .In. "
Poi Klrm; mess 19010.50.
I Lnrd-Dullj middle west spot 10 &
I Sugar Trado adjourned Friday and
i wiiiTu--rtIjnurneu iTimiy anil nni-
J Tallow Firmer; city 0 1-8; country 0
AMM& 5, 1118;
t. - , ,
Cash bt Credit.
ONE DOLLAR DOWN
Balance on easy -payments, brings any piece of Lister's Kuliabic Furniture,
Rug or stove to your home. - ;
$7.00 value IrOn Beds, Lister's prico ; -..... . . '. . . ;'. f . $8.50
$4.50 value Coil Springs, Lister's price . .' $3.00
$6.00' value Lister's Special Mattress, now ...'. ; . ; . . . . $5.00
You can always save when buying at Lister's Come in and see us. !
I The H. S. Lester Comoanv
Out of the High Rent
Hay Firmer; prlulo 1 45; No. 3 1.1C
1.20; clover l.QSOl.SS.
Dressed poultry Steady; turkeys 1.03
Dressed poultry Steady; turkeys 13
ft 22; chickens lCQ-dl 1-2; fowls 1110
1-2; ducks lif?22.
Live poultry Firm; gcoso 0 0 10;
ducks 17; fowls 17; turkoys 17; roosters
fl; chickens 15.
Chceso Strong; stnto milk, com
mon to specials, 1S019 1-2; skims, com
mon to specials, 7 1-2Q15; full skims
Uuttor Firm; receipts 5,012; cren-
mery extra 32; stato dairy tubs 2I
!1 1-2; Imitation creamery ilrsts 2G
Eggs Steady; receipts 2S.7G7; noar-
by white fancy 21((f21 1-2; nenrby mix
ed fancy 21fp22; fresh Ilrsts 21 l-2(fi
Cincinnati, April 5. Cattle Receipts
SC3; market 10015c lower; shippers 7.35
Calves Mnrkot strong; extra 8 75
Hogs Hccclpts 2.GSG; markot 5c
lewer; good to cholco packers nnd
Sicep Ttecelpts 25; mnrkot steady
Easter Raiment For Those
Who Are Discriminating
Louis Coburn, Sigr,
goods markod in plain figures.
. h. . I In-
District Originators of Low Prices.
Lambs Mnrkot steady; extra 8.25.
MTTsntma iiivia stock.
Pittsburg, Pn., April 6,-Cattle
Hccclpts light; market steady; choice
7.75fii8; good 7ff7 lq; fulr 6.75GC.25;
vcnl calves 0.50010.
Sheep nnd lambs Hccclpts light;
mnrkot strong; prime wethers 5.S0
5.50; good mixed 5P5.25; fair mixed
160iSU.85; yearling 4(0)7; lambs 47;
spring lambs ldll.
Hogs Hccclpts 10 doublcdccks;
markot slow; prime heavy hogs 8.15
8.20; mediums 8.20?8.30; heavy yorkers
8.20(f8.30; light yorkers 7.75(3)7.90; pigs
707.23; roughs 6.75&7.2S; stags 6.700
Chicago, April 5. Hogs Hccclpts
13,000; mnrkct steady to strong; mix
ed nnd butchers 7.0007.97 1-2; good
heavy 7.65Q8; rough heavy 7.0507.75;
light 7.5007.92 1-2; pigs 5.2507.45..
Cattlo Hecolpts 1,000; markot ste
ndy; hooves 5.3O08.G5; cows nnd heif
ers 2.GO0B.7O; stockers nnd feeders 4.25
(fiCOO; Tcxnns 4.5005.90; calves 5.750
Sheep Hccclpts n.oOO; market ste
ady; nntlvo 4.4000.50; wostcrn 4.500
7 JO; lambs, native, 6.G307.8O; wpstem
JMarion ladies and misses will find this store much
'the best to secure, their Easter Suits, Coats, Dress
es, Skirts, Millinery and other apparel. Newest
spring designs and attractive assortment of "colors.
The prices aro moderate, the goods the bst that
we can buy. You have tho additional advantage of
our dignified credit plan which permits you to' se
cure your clothing wants and pay as convenient for
Men's and young men's Easter togs, gh)its :, Jiiid
top coats, hats, shirts and caps, that aktaLU
vidualify, V&teaflincfttl!; styles oWlWeas
on. Yqu'll find, oui'nsioi stocksjnost Qfimphitind
that if is il ilb'aife t6iMlf3''1 g
Credit Accomodations at no extra cost. 4
"We sell tho kind of merchandise that Is guaranteed,
Cash or Credit
X t U
'J J $ J "J 5 t C f ? 5 v ? $ ,J
: (Easier Eggs nnd Master noeI- !
tics In nbuiiduiiec. X
aMy EOOS Civnm afnrsh :
mellow nnI Jelly Est?''. $
jj EASTEIt WjANTS Not Cut
',(. flowers, hut plants 1 n bloom, .;.
: a.'o to 73c.
I'ltESU EGGS CnrcfHlly sc-
): locteil for Ie, clcmillhcss nnd
Jlcnd nnil Curly IvcttuCV, Ccl-
cry, Onions Hnillslics, Cjicuin- ..
bers, Tomutocs, Hhtibnrh.
IMtESH FUUITS Ovnngcs, S
GrtiiHsfnilt, HnnnnJw, Stnnv- 1$
. bcrrlcK, Hnldwln rtpjileg, Pine-
' " ' ' "
! A. Schrader S Son
Stute .t CtMitw Plionc 050
liOOAfi J11AIX: IMAHICET.
"Wheat ...., . ; .90
Corn .-.,(...,... ,...., , G5
Oats . 52