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TH MARION DAILY MIRROR SATURDAY', AfrRIL 13, 1912.
Margaret SI. Burrns,
Twigs Hold Meeting.
Tho Tiwlgs held ft meeting ycsir
d&y nfterntori nn J played bridge in the
T-arlora of Mm. George B. Soofleld's
eiuillful new homo on licllpfontn.no
lF,or lables wero filled nnd Mrs. W.
M. "Culio of Portland, Oregon, Mrs.
iVrod Guthcry and IMn. Fdnton Flsh
wero tho visiting players. The final
xiodnt awarded Mrs. M. A. Tttrney the
favor, a mirror 'handsomely frame 1
in BVld. A course- lunch and a season
of chatting concluded, tho nftcrnnon
Tho next mating will ho held Jn two
Wceltfl with Mrs. Sidney Younfj on
South PraSpcot street.
'Mrs. George Queen's Fountain fllroot
homo was the meeting plneo for tho
members of the Faithful club yester
day and, tho afternoon proved a ipleas
nnt ono for the members. Music and
chat formed plenum t diversions usldo
from tlio sewing. A beautifully ap
pointed lunch won served.
German Knitting Club.
The melting of ih. Ot! Man Knitting
club nils held at the home of Mr.
Frank Eor en Pearl fltroot ester
day afterrioon. Crocheting, knitting
and vuMouh form of neodie-ijyork
busied the hands, of tho lailli. during
the "work aenioh. A dainty lunch wan
In UVb weeks Mr. Jow-ph Cnvey
will be the h'twas at her Eat Furni
Ink fitreat honi.
Mr. MoKlroy Surprised.
A nurprlso ws given Jin), Chnrlo
McElroy last evpnlti'g at hor homo on
Thompson Mrcot; Ycsterdny waa hur
birthday and tho affair Jn tho way of
nil tnoxpoVtod cull, made hy'u nutnbur
(Of her friends, wua planned Jn lionor
of the occasion.
'Following tho arrival of tho, ruoms
tubleo iwore llllol nt carus nnu music
mombora were present and they srJcht
tho hours with their needles. Music
v.as furnished by various guests rind
a lunch w.t aerved.
The next meeting will be hold In
two weeks tho place to bo decided la
Mlxu llimlcv Eiitci-tnlim n Club.
M'ts Cathitrlno llanloy entortnlne'd, tho
girls of her embroidery club lust even
Irg nt ner h'me. Kmbroldery work,
muste and refreshments provided the
amusements of tho evening.
The club will meet In one iweek With
iMIrs Margaorlte Klrchnor nt hor homo
on 'North IProspect street.
OUR. CluZHTS. DEMAND
Will Spdid Wcclt In Mnilon.
Mm. IT. X. Qulgley came up from
OirelnnMl today and until Tuesday
when sho will bo one of tho hostesses
nt the ro-'optlon at the MaMurray
homo will oivupy her homo on Knst
Chuih street. On Thursday Mrs.
QulKley will again ontortulii with her
nUlrs, Mrs. T. J. IMclMurrny and Mrs.
AVnrd Uanatf, at luncheon.
Compiled .Willi A Marlon
Itesldcnt Funilnlicd it.
Thero no few Items which ap
pear 1n this paper moro Important
to 'Marlon ipcoplo than tho statement
published ibelow. In tho first place,
It Is from a citizen of Marlon, and
can Ibo thoroughly rolled upon. In
tho second 'place. It Indisputably
proves that Donn's KIdrfey Pills do
their work thoroughly and not tern
pdrarlly. nead this carefully.
J. N. Reed, 103 Homo St., Marlon,
Ohio, sayst Doan'a Kidney Pills still
havo my heartiest endorsement. I
used tltem on several occasions since
giving my former statement and they
lmVn never fn led to rel eve mo, I
Want an Early Adjourn
ment of Congress Old
Guard Republicans and
m ai & -i
from Marion's largest and mdst complete home making establishment. Our
storo is abound with real live specials, things needed right now to make
homes truly inviting. We have over1
(Special 'to The Mirror.)
By WiNFIKMJ JONKS.
Warhlngtrtn, April 13 Congressional
uMiiimriv vrirv nil I said In their lenders, bothuDemoorntlc and Itepub-
behalf nt that time, for the benefit llonn, nro idannlng to bring about an ,
bt other kidney suite: crs. I was tak- early adjournment of congress. Theso
en with nn ncuto attack of 'backache .lenders want to prevent any further
Which greatly nnnoyed mo whon I tariff legislation. The Democrats want
stooped, and In tho morning when I no more tariff legislation th's session j
first got tip. I felt lame and sorc.(becnupo they, far t'uit they may tnalco '
Heading nliout Doan's Kidney Pills, a mistake wltldh.mlght react unfavor
I ibegan their uso and to my surprise, nhly in their presidential cnmpalgn. '
one Ibox gave me Terfect relief." "nnd tlio Hepubllcnns nro naturally op-
For sale by all denlern, Ilco CO paseu to iarhT reductions of any kind,
cents. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, 1 if tho.se Icftilcrs hnVc their way
ev York, Bolo agents for trio Unit- congiross prOlmbly will adjourn Inside
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12000 Square Feet
of display room, vw inch of which is filled with tho newest and;bost in homo
furnishings. Our lino of ff
Carpets and Rugs
nnd tako no other.
iWeinlily tit round Homo.,
Mis Mnbol Pound presided nt a
charming social affair lust evening at
her homo on David street. Informal
ity marked tho evening and games and
nuidlo offered diversion, in u ronttst
OllM Mabel Gerhelscr and Mr. Vlllam,
IFlarty received favors, A buffot lunch.
In tho party wero iMIssos Hazel Da.
.s, Mario llarraman, Hascol Wntklns,
lthoa Thompson. .Mabol aerhviser,
riomto Pk-kcring. Orra Moriran, .Mur-
irnrot Hum, Mabel 'Pound, . .Masters
Cderile Uishoy, Gall Iashoy, I31vnrth
Duffey. Willl'im Flarty, DoukIum Mini.
church met In tho Jiaalor'a study Fri
Tho meeting was led by Mrs. 'II. CI.
S?huinnk3r, who read the Scripture les
son, nnd Mrs. C. It. Havlghlirst offer
ed pruyor. The regular report of the
treasurer, Mm. T. J. McMurroy, was
submitted nd accirted.
Tho remainder of tho afternoon was
devoted to sewing and various other
tnnlters of business.
of two montlis, am' beforo tlio Chi
cago and Baltimore conventions.
Tho Old Ojiurd Hepubllcnns In tho
senate, led by K'nater Penrose, as
olinlrninn of tho Finance Committee,
are working to nn ecrly adjournment.
They are getting aid from Democra
tic directions. Chairman Underwood,
of tho Hoipp Wnvs and Means Com
mltteo, Is yorklni; for nn onrly nd
Journinent, and somo of tho Demo
i.'inUo senntorri, especially tho of
the. protcctlvo tariff stnmo, nro eager
to get nwjiy from Washington onrly.
On tho other hand, tharo is a Mixing
body of pnjgrgsnlvo Ilorjiibllcniiit and
nrocrcsslvo Domocnits lit tho renato
who, while not niixloiw to prolong tho
ALIi DAY 8KWINO.
There was an nil-day sowing yes-
.k.i nfiiiKtmoii nt tin. riKitnrv. Airs.
k if it.. i ...inn. ii... luiHtima iii tho Besslon, wish to hnve certain mntters
hkugiiter Of Clruco of tlio St. Paul's 'disposed i)f Iwforo congress quits.
i....i i J.rh. Many of thoe nun would prefer to
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The Indies assembled In tho iiiiirn-B,u ""'"' """" " "'' (neiminr .nuriin. wciiiocraiie lenurr, na
was never so largo as at the present time. We have rugs to fit any size room
and to match any color scheme. We also make you a great savingon Car
pets. All our carpets are made, cut and shipped at and direct- from' tho fac.
tory, thus we can fit your room exactly, saving you 2 or 3 dollars whioh you
would otherwise pay for waste carpet. . ,
Wo earnestly request that you "drop in and look over our complete line,
not only pf carpets and rugs, but Furniture, Stoves, Go-Carts, Dishes and
The Marion Department Co.
MARION'S FOREMOST HOME FURNISHERS :
East Center Street. South State Street
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i .i. i .. ... ..lim I mi ni'ii i nn M'Hniiii t'l f iyiiii iiiiiii rsiiii 11 1 1 tw -n in ttiiiia i iwii i in. i li.iiiu
,auiA J,hn ,MHrt.. Clifford FI.yOr: " -Vt ' ,b "Xwor which nccomplfshed. . 'crats wlU un.to w. ho , irlVo
vol Owens. Barty Montague. Hmorj ' ,l", .on..,r1l.cl. ' .".. ?... 1 . .s I'nder thoso circumstance. It Is fumuhllean,, i ,.:,,, Di,.,.1 ..ill'
elllilUfJII II. 11W t-UIi. . lV 1 I 41 .Ilf 1 I , . r "O -- -..-.
ltrAt.t. l.s,o,,., iWdllrltia nn.l' niil-MVill 1
man Sovorn. ' 'WW lllir- rt. delicious couise dinner
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ninnoiDKiti;D motif fc) xigiit Diktcss.
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mbrnldcry l mucii, moro uainiy inun h in.un .....:. .... - v
M nro worked rolld with the dots as eyelet nnu tno moms in inufom-
tjso nercori7.oi, coi-
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- A.V...H... .iVilat.. - Tim Hntvnra ntl.l ;llflVl
llnofotnol?; ;.TmTSmrill fto'ls In 1lie coWora of the dulslcs nre -worked In French knots
tun 'jNo. 30.
nnd ehat proved enJnjVtblo Issues.
lupuh was sorved.
, "Tho cullers wero: Mr. "id Mrs
II. K. Butlchur, Mr. nnd Mm 'F.
Yiint, Mr. and 'Mrs. II. Ilrollu. Mr anj
Aim William Hickman. .Mr. and Mrs.
a. Stevens. Mr. and '.Mm. W. F. Fow
ler, Misses Susan MoElroy. F.sther Mc
Blroy, Corn Brlckor, Grace FVhvIit,
Stella Porter, Ola Kino and Jamcj
Clioli Kntcitalned at Dinner.
Tho LoiIlcs Aid society of thu First
Preshyterlnn ohurch vnlortalnod the
jncTnibom of the choir at dinner last
ovenlng In tho social room of tho
church. Long tables wero ugod nnd
dressed attractively with pink carna
tions nnd fern. Covers woro placed!
Following the dinner hour organ
ization was effected by the niemborj of
tho oholr. Officers were chosen and
cqmmltteeH wero appointed for tho
o'om1n(r lx 'months.
yL L. ntt t
KdUUrLU nildlTb g
'Viib' King's Daughter?! 'bT tho Prei
byterlan chunh will moot At tho home
of Miss Dcsslo Gregory on West Ct-n-Center
strett, (Monday ovoulng, nt 7:30
conjectural whether congresn will nd-'such u union. Is coming to bo regarded
Journ boforo tjio national convotitltins ns In soino degreo uncertain, clllie
or whether the statesmen aro In 'for ns to steel or other schedule.
another .summer of sweltering work
It all depends on whether .Senator
Penrose nnd tho Old Cluird Repub
licans plua certnln Democrats who
TO FLOOD VA8T TMUHlTOIlY.
Vlcksbuig, Miss., April 13. Major
Jumes A, Woodruff, United HtuU-s on-
haLltnally letln' toward them, nro nblo glneer, In charge of tills levco dis
til muster votes enough to bring about .'ti let, wired today from Lako Provld
ti ii adjournment onrly In Juno. enco, Im., that the Two crevasses nt
If n n caily iidjoiirnment Is forced .Panther Forest, Ark., nnd Salem, La.,
it will bo for 'tho purposo of blocking would Hood 1,000 tsiiinro miles of land
tariff revision Just ns far as possible; In Texas basin 'six to ton feet, that
for tho purpose of blocking tiny pro-'thousands would lie desltuto nnd suf
grcss toward legislation on tse control jfcrlug, and that ttdlof wan needid ut
of trustn nnd corporations, for tho once.
purpose of. bending off Important labor Htonmbonts and supplies havo boon
,ligli!ntlon, tthd for tho purpose of j rushed from Vlcksburg'to Hnlcnl, 43
confining ns nearly as jvossiuio thcmilos nbovo lier3 where mnny persons
legislation of this session to tho pass
ago of appropriation measures.
Tlio Loriiner ease la pending beforo
spont tho night in trees, on hotico tops:
ttnd on tho lovees. For mllli bcldvV
tho break, which Is now LO00 feet
the senate and is being permitted to ( wide, thousands of persons and droves
drag tilong. Suspicion la harbored i that (bf livestock uic crowded on tho ehi-
I.orlincr's friends will throw tho dec!
slim of (hlsxnsu dver until next win
ter It "they can.. However, it soems
bunkments this afternoon.
Tho river 'In falling hero ns' tvi result
ol the hrenks above nnd It Irf 'now
unlikely, thin wlJL.bo accomplished for,tliouglU tlio Mlsslpnlppl lavee will i
the rcus'oti tho opponents of Lorlmor mnln Intact. Tho river has fallen .15
nro determined to fdrVe a, vote nnd in Jot n foot nt noon todny.
n showdown It will not be easy to
firevent one. Notlco of tlio determina
tion to have a ,voto was practically
L'lv.'ii in the senato tlio other day by
.Senator Ihlstnw when ho aroso to ln
Concordin, Fast Cnrr,oll and Mndlsnn
Trnver.sa.Olty, aileh., April 13. Tho
Dr. and IMrs. C. It. Havighurst anil
tho momborH of the Woman's Foreign
Mlsolonary society, of tho Kpworth
Methodist 'church will hold a recop
iion In honor of tho now members nt
the homo of tho former on Bast Cen
ter ntreot, noxt Wednesday nf tot noon,
April 17. This will bo the oacnslnn of
tho annua! thank offering and every
ono is re juosted to hrlns her offering.
An informal program of songs by
Mrs. II. L, Wallace and Mia? Carmen
TMoav. an J Instrumental music by 'Mrs.
T' Ti nAml.lll.1. f.ltl Iv.. ..n.l.pU .. m .1
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Itov. Havlghurjt will deliver a abort
L. b. It. (lull.
Mlsa Blanch Colweli invited tho L. hiidres
9. .Ii, girls to her Jllver atreet homo
for last evenliiK'H meeting. Only tho The Ladl'-s All society of tho At. 13
8t. Paul's Ep-lqdlro when tho report or the Lorlmtr i?c.r"?r 11,U'UI,S' iu,bJoM Monday
Miss Smlnmiio GvminlUoe would bo In, and mild be, 'nt0 t'''cnlh,of flIn Wltte. the six-
mat her home for one. did not want to remain In JJr-M daiirhtcr pf WIHIam Wlttc. n
ST. CKCnLIAB MEET.
The St. Cecellns dt the
Iscopal church met with
41HCH yi'3it'iiui imviiivuit uv iici iiuiiiu jot iinr, iiivi nut .vuhi. m iL-iii.iiu .11 ..Irt,,iA -..,
on East Center street. The girls spent Washington nnothcr summer. Tho In- ,,hnn (h ,,,,' " , , , ,.
the afternoon with their needles, sew- fcrenco from this waa that Urlstow '.vH0." tn.f r?? "c,a...
Ing on some pretty bags which will be and other progressives were going to to a orJ on Ulo(1)ack nnd ohwit wnIIo
Bold nt one of tho spring bazaars, have a vote n Lorlmer if they had to I . fo. lnn,.nil . ,hn.. ,,,'. ,,
The dclcgsitca to said convention shall
he Bplected under the primary election
.uwh of Ohio, either by direct vnto at
tho primary, or nt u county conven
tion coirtposod of delegate elected nt
tho primary, nn'd cnoh central cm
mlttco of tho counties composing said
circuit shall meet and dotorrnlno by
.resolution adopted by a majority vote,
not le.s.4 than thirty days boforo tho
primary, the manner of selecting said
Delegates to tho county convention
shall meet in convention not later
than twenty days after tho primary
election ut such tlmo nnd placo ns
tho county central vommlttco ut tlio
tlmo of fixing the apportionment of
delegates thereto shall designate.
Tho following Pomona huvo been
selected for tednpornry officers of tho
convention f i
Hon. Phil. ' M. . Crow, temporary
J. W. Kllgore, temporary secretary
F. M. "Wndl. Rpreonnt nt nrmn.
IBy oriler of tllb Demolrittic JudU
clal CJommlttoo Lot -tho Third Judicial
Circuit of Ohio., 1 '
' W. Wi Dunhln. Chalnman.
,Lovl X, Jacobs, Hecrotur.y , '
,4-n-tr , " : '
Light refreshments were served.
.have an nil-summer session to bring it
the feet looked ns though they hnd
Deen pounded with a hummer. Tho
Vhlld's stepmother clnlmK that tho
child rccolved tho Injuries In falling
against a hot stove while running
around the room undressed.
I Progrosrtlvo senators, both on tho
P.epubllcnn nnd, tho Democratic side,
' would llko to havGvo'tes on tho steel
hill l... nVfiloy"l.lll tin Ulll-nr. l.lll
Mr. H. D. Heavers, of Prosspect, hns and the wool bill b?foro adjournment,
gene ea3t to look after tho shipment In addition fo votes, .on theso tariff
and salo of iwo carloads of draft ivattcrs, they wont' to dlsposo of tlie
linrpi finn iir hMni. antit In TTni-ifnril T.nrlmpr pni. fri aoIiIa thn Panama
Conn, and tho other to Xcw York ettv. cunnl lecklutlon Involving tho nues. Alono bandit held Up MeSMmgor of
! tlon of ptrmlttlngirallroads to own Nnthor Flour, Bag Co. to.lay.In Chi
Congress congratulates tho new rc
public of China.
. comnctinir lines tff sTeomshlns to multo caS "nil secured , $1,188.
4.JRVmo reasonable lir'ogres.s, at loaat In Amerlcnn colon . In Mcxco
jcpminltteo. toward lutlon of the.tftluy , M ,
micst on of wbatTto do wltlt tho trusts . ' .t...
.1 j ..,.,.- - i1 -j . .. ll:an jovornment.
T. Jones and sister. JIIss nnu corporation. W !!'" mo uikiu
lodes, spent yesterday In hour bill, and 'tija'vyorkmon's compen-
l(uhs H&me BtaMng Ijiogy
No olhci aid to tho housewife
w co jreat, no olher agent co
vitcful arid certain in making
deliciouu, vholesomc foods
' r- '
The q$ly Baling Ppwder
., made from r'
lpyaj Grape Cifeam pf Tartar
Mm Mum, Mm LSmm Phmephatmm
x 'Mrs. W.'T
Uiancho llhoiles. spent yesterday in nour Mm, nnu tna.wontmon s compen- Provost arrived nt London from
Columbus. satlon bill, and dispose of "some other Tarls today without mlshnp In aerial
Willtom O'Donnel, of Mnnsdold. Is mutters on tlie whole, putting through 'routo carrvlnc ono Stintmil. n mmonir.
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yi'iiiHK irieniis neve. .1 comprenonsivo .program oi legiHin-jcr.
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.r. mm i.irs. w. .ii. loom oi nugar sum. f
treet left this morning for f'ojtim-' '. ). ir-rv ti howevov Is listless. Many
am K. ii i' 1 that y Ith a cnmpnlgn
ei "i in un "oiigress ought to end nn
ii'. v -iid do asullttlo as possible
Pro r- Iv Ttepublcnns nnd Demo-c-
u ! "howlng jnuch enthusiasm
ai out nn aiilauce on tariff, and whlio
Want Ada Too Late to
Classify. f .
rori SALE 7-room houBo In west
Marlon, closo to Center nnd David
Sts. Oaa for light and heat; good
well and cistern. Seo John 'Probst,
at Probst I3roa., Plurmbers.
TQlt SALE Grocery and meat mar
ket fixtures, sold as a wiiqio or In)
part; tlno driving mare, 'buggy, '
wagon and harness. T. J. Osborne, I
539 W. Center. 4-13-Gt
- - i ' ' - i I
FOJl SALE mvo .jood poq tuples;
will sfll ohoai) If sold goon. Call
at Nti-v Erio nefetaurant, iMchln
Jones, Prop. Kenton Ave.
WAITED Man ti travel in Ohio for
191'2. Soapa, grocery ppeclnltles.
candles, etc. CSood pay nnd tailor
made suit In 90 days. Experience
unnecessary. J. E. 'Mcdirady & Co.,
ipqn'sA'LE, TRADE, or will rent cash
or on shares, 90 acres 2 miles north
of Mnrnlllra In Wyandot county, 20
tnlles from Marlonj well Improved
op two pikes; also 17 acre t-ardci)
furm, 1 1-2 miles south of Marlon;
goad buildings; will rent cosh or on
chores; n money maker. J. B, Un
lapder, Ifubei block. 4-13-3t
ii T'l 1. . . - II - I I! , -.
Von Bolton lhlnkn that dlntfionda
were formed In nnturo by action of
metal vapors, such as Iron or magnes
ium on carbon dloxldo. Ho has suc
ceeded In making macroscopic dia
monds by the icon of mercury vapor
ton carbon. Scientific Anierk'un-
YOUNG JOAN OF ARC
Minors In fiimln granted n ton icr
Apprehension felt In Mexico City us
to tho safety of Americans Incronsos.
Jofforson's l.-lrthduy colobratcd to
dny In tho Notional House.
Ttoo.sfivelt warmly greeted
Col. Bryan opens hln battorlos on
Ciov. Harmon In Ohio Monday.
CIUCUIT dUDICTAIi CONVENTION
The Democrats of tho Third Judi
cial Circuit wf Ohio wJH meet In 'deJe-
j,uio oonvention nt iLiiim, oivio, on
Tuesday, Juno 11th, 1912, nt 10 o'clock
P. hi., for tho purposo of nominating
a cnndldato for Circuit Judgo for the
rniru juuicial Circuit of Ohio.
Tho basis of representation hns been
fixed at one 'delegate nnd ono nler
nato for onoh ono hundred and fifty
votes and fraction tt sqyenty-uvo or
over, cast for Judson Harm'on for
governor 'In 1910.
under tho mbovo apportionment,
ne countuv are entitled to thq fol
lowing nunlber of delegntes;
Allen ,.; ,,.,,. 39
Crawford , , , an
Poflanco -, ,' 22
'Hardin ,..,.,.. 28
ILognn , , . .,., ,,,, 19
Paulding . . .' .,.,,,,.,'. iq
Throuchout thft Paialuo. V. J..
strike, a young girl haa been hailed ;pilrn'nm "" ;
by tho ptrlkera. aa t elr Joan of Arc. ' i JT," l'W""' I
for aha hnd stood liv tliAm Ihrnimh. nciiecu . , , ... .(Ti 3
ou their fight- Her Influence has Union ,. , 19
been an Important factor In lncltlnu, Van Wert 2B
the tnen to Hot, und she Is morn Wyandot ,'. ai
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b; "??" fyiuum.
I Total number of dpltVatfta. , , , ,21
Tlilrtccntli Thirty-Fli'M Dcinocratli;
1 Stnto Sciiiitorinl Coincntlon Cull.
' Tho Deniocnvta of tho Thlrtepnth-Tlilrty-llrst
Stato Senatorial rtykrlet
of Ohio, will meet In delegate conven
tion, nt Upper Sundusky, Ohio, 011
Tuesday, Juno 18th, 1912, at 11.30
o'clock a. m tot thb purpdso or nom
inating a aindldato for Statp Honntor
for tho ThlrtoBnth-Thlrty:nrst soh
ntorinl District of Ohio. The tiasls of
r.-prvsntatlon has been flx.ed ut ono
delegate nnd ono nltcrnnto for each
two hundred vo'.es, and fraction of
eno hundred or ovor, eust for Jud.wn
Harmon, for governor, In 1U10.
Undor tho abovo apportionment,
t'no oouti'Us.s nro cnitltled to tho fol
lowing number of delegates:
Crawford county 27
Logan county II
dlardln county 21
Marlon county . . .' 22
Soneca county 2f
Union county 14
Wyandot county , HI
Total number of delegates ,..112
Tho detonates of said convention
shall bo selected undor tho primary
Clootion laws of Ohio, oilhor by direct
vctlng at tho iPrlmary, or nt a County
Convention, comprised of delegatus.
elected at tho Primary, nnd each
Central Committee of tho County coin-
r rising sal.l Dlstrlet roapotitlvoly, Bhall
meet and dctermliio by revolution
adopted n majority voce, not less thali
thirty day Iwforo tho I'rimury, tho
manner of selecting eald dolegates.
Tho dslirites to tho County Co won-
lion snail m?ei in uonvoiiiion noi
Jator than 20 days nfter tho Primary
election, at such tlmo and place an the
County Central Commlt'teo on. tho
tlmo of fixing tho apportionment of
delegates -thereto shall deslgnato.
Tho following portions have been
nelected a.s teinponiry offlcera of tho
Hon, Ttvos. C. M'abon, Temporary
Hon. Hnrry, Sohulor, Secretary.
Hon. W. P. Viiith, Snrgont-at-Ahns.
i iBy order of tho Domocmtie
Joint District Senatorial
Commttteo of tho Thir
teenth Thirty-first Sena
torial District of Ohio,
E. E. Puthory, Chairman.
W. B. I'rlce, Secretary,
Tist-s tt) ileten.'iie 'the! mwjUfl of tho
new motor flrv rnglno wei discon
lliiuel Friday uftoniuon un'r will not
bo resumed until lato nextveck. It.
f.'. Tucker, of tho stat6 IiiBnection bit
niiu. undur whoso miH?rvi!lon the
tests nro being mode, wits 'obliged to
Icavo tlio city Friday night' and will
bo unablo to return to Marion for sev
eral days. Tho Ilnnl test will be rt
four-hour trinl which will decide tlta
momentous iiuestlon whether Mdrlon
shall purchase the now $8,f.O0 ftro en
4 Paris to London hy Plhnc.
Paris, April 13. In nn aeropla.no
supplied overnight, Lawrencu Santon,
London manager for tho Do Pcrdussjn
tjlohonlnu.w, left Paris for London to
biy tlrlvbn by Aviator Provoj. l
;L)Vithout fcqrpmony tho pa'ft- nacQnd
ed In a violent wind storm tit Issy, "nt
V.o'ijloek.' They made a landing ut
CIUIs nj,,10jri28?;in,d ufter oferhaiillnB
thg nawi.jnnchlnttj:ijarted hi.rpss tho
dnnol l.WIMhJL'hto qf7Peed at
HMD.' M ' sf''
fianloil rcachdtl Parjs lato'jKst night
and ordered a twp-suated nlonopluilo
on conlltion that It Do Toady this
niornlr.'g. AVlien Santiuil culled f9r
tho ueryplano early todny It was rolled
out ready to lly. He and IPrevot
mounted nnd In a few moments weia
I'lsht to bo 011 hi JCacitest.
Washington. A-pin 13, Declaring
that Ohio will support ItsVgreutest
son," President .Tlftt.'- ArthurI. Vorjyi
today "gayfe out an Interview an
nouncing flint tho fight for Relegates
In the Buekoyo state wll b? nggres
Slvo from ndw on. Tho Intcrvlow fol
lowed a conferoneo at tho Whlto Jlquso
bohveen tho ipresidont, C'hurlcs P.
Turt, Harry Dougherty, Secretury
Lilies, Vorj-H and Senator Burton, at
which plans word-mndo for a light "n
overy district. "Tho result will, ijio
decisive," said .Vory.s. "and there wl
no none of tho doubt that hus chur
aclorlKed the contests In Michigan nnd
Kentucky. Wo aro not llsconfcorted
by tho result In Illinois. Taft lld not,
havo tho delegations from 'Illinois,
Wisconsin, 'Pennsylvania or'Now York
when ho went to tho Chjcuga conven
tion hut he, carried ul' thoso' states at
tho election. . ' , 'J ' ?
Columbus, O.; April 'l3.-Now Ini
corporations: , -
' Tho Western Itesorv'rt; IConliol ClOb
comiinny, Clovolund, 10,000,' W. Q,
Aborn nnd others. - ."
Tho Daylight Burner oomipuny, J5,
$L Clnclnnu.l; Emll II. Kdhr and
The Ohio L. Martin compapy, Cltl
clnnatl, JS.000; E. H. burdock and
In Now York City's new social regis
ter 11,519 families nre listed. It shows
that (ho social center of tlio mctropo'ls
Is steadily moving north.
Capo Colony now Sends moro than
twenty thousand hoxea of,' fruit week
ly to tho Covent Garden .inarkqt tho
outgrowth of a conslffiYmQnt of n few
'boxps of 'pears In 1880.
London has 0,734 muslo teaohors.
moro than 0110 thousand professional
nolo violinists and 1,700 professional
vocalists, of whom 038 uro sopranos,
Tho ascent qf tho Hnu.tu Clnio of
tho-lDent du uMldl (10,000 fcql) by
an Engllih office and a frlond was (1
recent feat of hvlnter Alptno climbing,
Thb performance it the Court The
atqr of drnmii hasod on Buddhn'a life
hnd teaching waa, a repent novelty
or 'the London theatrical scaeon.
HOUSISCLKvVNINA TJMI3 IS liVVt
nnd la am to be nttendo-j wJth un
pleasant clrcuinsutnces, eijpednlly '
when tho removal of. furnlura and?,
ploturea'hrlngs out tho defectB to your,
wall iiapors, it 1a tlio heat tlmo to l
have now papering done. ",
J. W. PRBELAND Y
Mngriuler lock,'- (Jiiow JtfoflH , M.
O, A., llurilimt hy tho ndl panw prleo
ax sltlo trail. ViHK't iMlHtcrg ftirntb..
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