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f2;mrsTc BEET SUGAR
' MarsniTt M.
Inforranl Arcentlil nl Otillicry 1 Ionic.
JVt tho Clutliery residence on Cen
ter strret, arm. damea H. authcry nnil
her sister, Mrrf. Clinrlr-s Juvenile, en
tertained a few friends In nn Informal
way .Saturday afternoon on a connte-v
to Mrs, W.Af Onlu. of 1'orllaml, Ore .
nnd-JiIra. John K UumM of MU Ver
non. The, former It the Kiie-U of Mis.
Benton Fish, nnd the latter 1 vIbUIiik
Mrs. Cleortro I. Coneland.
Mrs. Juvenllo riHH'iitV,' returned
from tho fcMiith vvliero she spent the
lnttor months of tho winter nnd enrlv
spring and Incidents of her southern
visit an noil as thoto of tho various
KiieatS'Were related In an entertaining
Wav. Ten. was served at tlvo at small
til)len and the nipolntiiiGnt,tore vory
(tieu at KIIiik Homo.
Miss Hand Kllnk on Kust Church
Btreet, has aas hor guest, Mrs. Mnmlo
de Iloillao of Dlllln. Toxns. Mrs. do
Iloulnc has previously visited hqie. and
tbccatno milto a favorite with 'the
young peoplo of thnt set. A number
of social nffnlrs will feature her vis
It. Mlsi Hdna liowerxnittli presldel at
nn assembly of the Kiiendshlp glr s.
Saturday nftenn'on at liar Hoed uvo
ntto home. Tho noma vvro spent In
n pleasanf. way with cmbroldory work.
lrs. Walters Utivo r nunilwr of Intor
csttpg readings. A uutYut lunijh of
piettv 'appointments was served at
four o'clock. '
Sllss drace. Cox will ba the liov.ess
In two. Veeks ut lurilumio on Bast
GeorgelJstrcct. ' Ji'
VMt Wulilo J1VI0111N. ,U
Misses PnuUnfl Ut?., 'Kdlth .WHson.
MdM riirdeii.;Mhliil'nich. Messrs.
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It is always a pleasure to havo the pattern for a pretty spray to Miihroldcr on sachets or underwear. In
tho two given todaj, the (lowers and and leaves are solidly iworkod, iwlth tho stems dono In the outline stitch
nnd tho lino dots Jn French Knots. Mercerized cotton No. 30 should bo used.
Carl Utz apd Fred Seeger nude up a
party und 8ent Sunday at tho homo
of Waldo frlonds.
M. O. nirls !tH't.
Miss Vera Mldlnm was a charming
hostess to a club Hnturday nftunioon
at her homo on South Prospect Btro"i.
Her guests wcra tho members of the
M. O. club.
MtfbJc and ombroldery characterized
tho Ufternoon. Miss Fern Hoist wns
awarded a prlo In a contest which
was held. Itefreslunent-i wore served
during tlio afternoon
The next mealing will be held In two
weeks with Misses Helen and I,ela
Parratt of Uhlor avenue.
Miss ndth CJrtieo vvus hostewi to
the girls of tho Vlelet club Haturday
afternoon at her homo on Kant t'nuioii
street Thoro vm u bmrincts sewdon
of some luiportunco during wlii h tho
glrUs planned to make of their club
a literary organisation. A t-ommlltou
composad of Mlwus iMIIdred Jones.
Hdlth Qruce, ouldelFrankand Marina
llurgei's woM'apnolnttd ji arrang for
tho literary program A play hour
followed liming which lefrethn uuts
The next mtetlnir w4ll bo hold In
one week with Mlw Marian Uurs;o
Clover Ix'ar Cliitt.
'Mr. and iMrs. Uert nrashnrcw enter,
tallied tho moirJbers of lhoClovr Leaf
olnbCuturday evening (t thelrhomeon
Mojiroj&tBtreet. All of the mombers
were prpaont. billing six tables for tho
progressive, euohre- scr'es. .Mrs Wtt
Ham Clark made tho highest score
nipqn'g the ladles and Mr William
Kratton excelled among the gentle
men. JJoth wore presented avvanla.
Mrs. Lewis Kont nnd fr. Harry Zach
man werp consoled. An elaboruto cord
Jlirwh, v( pretty appointments follow
ed thp card BO3S0D
Tlc next meeting will ho hold In
two weeks, Uio place of meting to be
WHtaid A. OflMriio farewell recliI
Msy 'M. Don't foige it. It
m t m m m m
Miss Ma Henderson Rpont Sunday
m Upper Hontltisky
Miss Kdlth nrlfflth went to South
Chut It-stun, vcaturdny, for 11 short vis
Wnlter Uiown uan a Columbus vis
JIIb l.'uiru Campbell spont Sunday
J. n. Phillips, Kronk I'lillllps and
f V. Plillllna Hiirmt Hnndav at Mar-
sallies, whoro thojr brother John Is
MIbh Clara Btlebcr wos tho gueRt of
Co'ninlnm friends yestuulny.
Sidney Mnix spent Sunday with Co
Hifodore N'eft of this city spent
Sunday In Delaware.
Curtis Williams wns In Mansfield
,. .,?' . 1 11 , ...there been ouch, marked acceleration
Pat. H Johnston Is spending a few " thnn,iroi,.lc',,0ll of domestic sugar.
in in Now CiirilKlP. liwlnnlnir with tho ear 1808. and tho
Mr. Mrry Hlshup Hlshop returned
to Ann Arlmr this morning after
spending a week with Marlon friends.
Mrs. Joseph Wls nnd Mrs. Charles
TCoupner of Hucyrus wore Mnrlon vis
Harmon Crock of Mt. Ollend Is vis
iting Marlon ft lends.
Miss Anna Selter of Pleasant town
ship has returned to hor home after
a visit of svernl days with Mr. and
Mis. John Selter on South Prospect
MUm IHhol Fate, ofCMt. Ollead, spent
Sunday with Marlon friends.
iMra. H It Fate and on, Ronald,
loft today to spend a few days with
Mt Ollend relatives.
MiiYs i-nit srnm'a oit uxnr.invliAU.
IMr. dlorman "Fotter was visiting
frlenda in Upper Sandusky Sunday
-Miss Mlnnio Gohwellor, of Upper
Sanduuky, Is visiting friends In Mu
ilon for a few days. . ,
Harry Adams, colored, was nrrisU
oil Sunday on the charge of carry
ing concealed weapons, lie will lie
given n hearing boforo Mayor "Walters
fit 7 o'clock Monday evonlng.
Columbus Vhlelcl Chick! Chirk!"
said a young man with a fuzzy hat
nnd a purple suit to passing women
as ho sunttcred shelled corn ovor their
hood At .tho city prison "ho said his
name was Perugono Smith,
i n A n S f
Tho temporary Injunction against
John Hhuck, who is tho defendant In
ihoOlvorco proceedings begun In coip
nion pleaH court last week bv Oath.
erlne huck, was today modified to the
extent that Shuck Is permitted to draw
nis wages from tho Krlo railroad, pro.
viueu mat no pays 3t to his wife.
The dlvorco proceodlncs bocnin In
tho common ploas'eourt February 17,
ny ueorge w Ualnc against Alice,
Hnlneft ended, .today with a deorce pf
uivorcoi ror tho defendnnt from tl'o
plaintiff Thoy wero marled June 2C.
liipt. In Marlon, and havo no children!
f.n iiiuiiiuii viiufuvH Kniu muconuuot
and wilful absence for moro than
throo years. I H. Myers wus attor;
noy for tho plaintiff.
In tho case of Frank J WoJdy
against Hdrntind H Mlliigan, the de
fupdant today filed a motion in tho
common pleas court, that tho plaintiff
rnaktj. a .mere deflulto petition, by sot
ting out tho terms of the wrltton con
(race mentioned In tho petition. John
It, Clark Is the defendant's attorney.
A marriage) IleenSe has boon issued
to fValter 13 Koberta amj Cora 4
J0htie6p, hoth Of Prospect.
THE MARION DAILY
How it is Increasing ?"0
What its Advocates Do
sire ome Important
f Facts and Figures.
iChlca'go, April lfe. Within another
J.tvn decades, If tho gains In beet eugar
production In tho United State aro
jnalntnlned, U00I9 Sum .will filP)
.tho entire amount of sugar required In
(his country. Already tho beet sugar
Olitviit uqnstltutes about one-half tho
entire sugar production of tho country
and moreover this branch of .the sugar
Industry ipromlses to 1iave the rpatogt
de-velojinient irovlded the govornmont
continue to encourage It as It )tan In
Thcso startling statements wcte tho
conclusions of an Investigation of the
Importance of beet sugar growing In
the centrnl states and throughout tho
United States which disclosed .tho fact
not previously known that Chicago not
Jinly Is the. country' great corn nnd
Ivestodj market but tno center or
ieet sugar distribution.
I'ornaps in no gijitr iiiuumi una
(arge Blake or tho central states In tho
,prcient movement to ellmlnato boot
sugnr by removal or mo iiinit on mi
iiorted sugar Is shoAvn by tho fact
that augur m.ido from beets In this
country has far outstripped all com-
Iictltorn In per cent of Increase. This
s truo in splto of tho fact that tho ter
Itorlal expansion of tho United States
ms annexed important sub-troplcal
hugar areas within tho period named
Since tho annexation of Hnwnll In
1898 when tho Islijnd produced 204,833
tons of sugar the importation In 1911
of 482,!!3l tons shows nn Inoreaso of
Bllghtlv lots than, i'25 per cent. Porto
Jltlc'O, acquired as a result qf the.wai
with Spain, Ins Increased Its iiroduc-
v.. - -tiwmm
tlon from SOOO tbnsf In 1902, to 2&0,
C22 In 11)11, or slightly over 320 per
cent. The Philippines desplto a con
cession of 25 per cent from tho duty
on foreign sugur, the right to send to
tho United Htutcs 300,000 tons duty
freo, and tho return to tho Philippine
treasury of all duly collected by out
fustoniB house, sept us only lp8,4QS
.tons In 19U. On the other hnndfrinr
mesiio beet sugar ince lips tlms a I
vapced from a pioduetlon of , I.8ij
tons to 508,i2." tons for 1011. or oei
1,200 per cent.
Tho growth of this Industry mj.
be shown even moro s;rlklng'' by '
Ing back a lew jearsLfnrrher, to 18'j,
when C factories utilising heete from
7.150 aires produced &,3&8 "lops ol
sugar as against the production for
1911 of 006,825 tons turned. out In CI
factories from uetts grown, on 429,011
acres, In H! states, representing a ter
ritory boundod by a lino drawn from
,the Straits of Mackinaw .through Mill
neapolls ami pilllngs, iMopt., to the
JPsclllo. Th euKtern border ot Mich'
Jgan nnd control Ohio forma the eawt
jprn boundury, and to tho south the
phlo river, Kunsas, Arizona und honth,
ern California. TJils Is merely the
iterrltory In which the sugar beet in
Vlustry Is already Dstubllshed. K'per
jlmental work Indicates ithuf somo pf
the most advantngeouji territory s to
bo found In the Whaimndoah valley of
Virginia and in New England, though
ltliaa. not yet been tried put. Thp cap
ital Investment has grown from a few
hundred thousand dollars in 1891 to
pvqr a. hundred million t present and
(scientists of the department of agri
culture express the opinion .that thq
.development of the Industry Is scarce
ly moro than begun",
i A recently published report of the
great Herman statistician, F. O. i,cht,
shown that tho uvarago acreage plant,
ed Jn qermuny to migor beets during
'tl)o past thrfio years is 1,107,QQP acres,
or 1-2 SO qf the amaupt of sugnr boot
Jandi poeiKod by tho United states
This is an actual planted area" equal
tto enly a few ordinary Amerleap. coun
ties, yet from this acreage Gdrmany
produces annually iwu-tlilrils as much'lnaled In Paris. Tlie suit i m.nin of
prpiiuces annually iwo-thlrds as mticli
fcugar s total yearly ponsunVptloa pf
J Upltod States whlph fpr Wl avaa
WOERROItilOyD AY, , APRIL
3.351, 3$l lonit. ions. It rather a
curious factithalhvlth the ntpld ffrpiYth
of tho lomcsUcj iprwductlon or pugar
tho liking oj Vinerfcans for It i n
creased' by lpffps'ani bounds. In 18 I
wo consumed 44 iiohnds of sugar p r
capita, In 1003r4(j pounds, nnd nt prt s-
ent about 80 pounds. M a matt r it
fact the nverngo citizen eats but 30
pounds of sugar each ear In Its di
rect form. Tho balance is consumed
In canned go6Us, preserves, soda
water, cahfly nnd other nrtlilos Into
tho manufacture of which sugar en
ters. It hns bean estimated that each acre
or sugar Is worth $17 to tho railroads
of tho country In freight This In
cludes tho shipment of machinery to
tho bpet tf.icto'r.y, which may run In
vnluo as high" ns $1 30,000, tho carry
ing of bags', Wine, Unie, rock, lumber
and other htilldlng materials and the
sugar Itself. Perhaps tho most Im
portant factor Incident to tho produc
tion of domestic sugar from bqets Is
tho fact tjyiCaecor.Hng to tho uni
versal testimony of government nnd
1rlvnto agriculturists It Is the basis of
the prosperity, of the entire Irrigated
west (tavei. thorolailvelv small portion
hf such lands adapted for orcharding.
This Is so, because the sugar beet Is
ine oniy crm? jijumu o mr wm
Melds a htfndmmie piufH to the farmer
of alkali binds;, It Is also a well es
tablished fuM. verified by official tig
tires obtalncrd here and abroad that
the use of,ho beet as a rotation crop
about doujjle the Weld of other crops.
It has also, jjcun shown that th lo
cation of a sugor fatory In tho Irri
gated sections, of tho west doubles
lurd yaluoji before It begins operations
nnd rpectno Ipstances aro on record
where land haH lmreasoii from ?ju nn
acre to $2Q0 nftoi a number of years
operation. of thp factory.
In Oermnny, where the production
pf beet sugar Is held to bo of tho ut
most Importance, tho government hna
for yeors, qncouragpd the industry by
maintaining a duty on Imported trop
Jcal sugar and is even willing to export
sugar nt a loss rather than curtail
tho annjial production. In fact the
FUgnr Industry for tho 'past bundled
yeurs has played a highly Importnnt
part In the diplomacy of Europe, each
nation striving In all sorts of ways to
produco Its own .supply and ns much
more as possible. It was this rlvahy,
supported by bounties, surtaxes arid a
great varoty of subsidies that threat
ened to bankrupt moro than ono con
tinental treasury, that led to tho es
tablishment of the liriiMols conference
through which the balance of power
In this Industry Is maintained. Through
this International bureau each nation
Is told practically how much sugar It
shall )e allowed to oxport and tho
price Is Ilxed by agreement among
the various nations, iwhloh constitutes
in thl-j respect a hugo International
trust that completely .dominates the
The only great world power that Is
absolutely Independent of this Inter
national sugar combination is tho Uni
ted States by reason of Its rapidly ex
panding beet and cano Industry. The
juulousy tauseil thp European nations
bv tfiuV fncVcnso In1 strotig'tW of the
Amerjcau navy Is scarcely greater than
that' caused by 'tho rapid growth of
the United Slates toward complete In
dependence In .tho all Important sugar
Industry and tho chancellories or the
old vvoild rerus'",to believe that their
western rival avIU voluntarily aban
don, through any ahange of legislative
policy, the advantage thus gained. It
js well known to cxpprts that the com
petition of domestic can.- and beet
sugor, which iwnuld bo destroyed by
tho ellnilnatlon of government pro
tection, nlonp prevents Hurope
through the Urussels conference from
-(Ixlng the price of American sugar.
nKTTINCl qqT OF ''StlKWAWA."
Kl Paso, Tex., i April 15 All Amur
icons and practically ull other foi-oigm-rs
me getting out of the city or
Chihuahua today, following news of
Ul stiopg representations mudt by
the United States to Orozco yesturda
Last night's train brought forty
Amci leans from Chlhuahuaa and to
day's, train fro intho south had ilfty
Twenty-llvo rebel fioldlors got
aboard each train and all Americans
wpie thoioughly searched before being
bcrmltteil to come to Kl Paso. Tho
foreign exodus from Chihuahua today
1s the most prjclpltnto that has taken
' Among tho refugees who arrived
from chihuahua, wero Junn Olllvioy,
rcmmlar agent fpr Franco at Chlhuo
)ma and qalos Cullly, llolglan consul
SKA CI! MS
' At last wo have been able to change
the solo pf the bathing suit The
imtiler effect craze has can led tho
bathing suit along In Mh path, ami
JIiIh qummor wo wjll see the panlor
iwthlng suit on tho foshlonahlo,
As Jts Bister, tho panlor
dress, the Hauler butliimr miii nrbr.
pea.ii de eygne, and la made up
either In plain qr fancy foshlon,
; .iki: ,r;ir ron
i -. . , j SUM M Kit 1
in i -
UNCLiS SUSPECTED 'TREASON.
Or Ww Chimp Clark '"JI'Tolklnto
, , dp Jury?" ,
WtinN Spenhcr Qliorop cinrk of
Missouri wns prosecuting nt'
, r torncy of I'llto county an old
In iky camo Into his ofilco nt Louisiana
5tio mornlug ttml nftor bentlng nrottml
tho Jirnmtjlcs for n few minutes
brought forth the object of his visit.
"Wuzn' you hnwu In Knlntuchy,
AIn's Clmmp?" ho Imiuhcd oautlottsl.
"Sure, Uncle Henry."
uVn liml bpIhIijiiih ,ou wkr. Ptih,
mo'n once, but tho otljcr innvnlit'
lien you m'nlti tint sjiecch nKhi Sam
Collins niul Bity tint whisky wua lu
pruatost ebll Iti lu worl' I heglim to
linb inlsdoubttneiitM. still."
'"What'H where 1 vvnu Jjoru cot to do
Willi It. Undo Hihr? Jt'ii n fact.
i'n bnwn In Knlntucky tn.VEe'f.
uh," snld Uncle lleiir.v. with pililo.
"nn' I haln glvin ifo 'pinion on dnt
mbjeck. jiut jouM p'iuhu me tii'iin.
down to tic groun'. sth. cf ypu'tl tell
uie i't tie perseciillir attorney has got
to swear t his iipoctli er li hi J Is'
tulkln' to do Jury."-Now York Herald.
Wonderful Pulpit Effort.
Keproseiilnt(vo Motor Mpnlock, u
scVinlng pnst master of I he negro dia
lect, despite the fact that ho in not u
KMillieri) lolotml, hut a Middle wcHtein
politician, told u negro .Mini tit the an
nual dinner of tliu Union r.eJKUu club
the other ulglit that lup)!?lit forth
Montis of Inugliter
"Tliwo wai onn np old nepiro preach
er," lie Bitld. "who piyjinred his her-
mnns most cnrurjiliy. unu or tiiein uu
prepiued with More tlimi citdlnnry cure.
wrote It. committed It to memory, for-
got It and then relealied It. I'lunlly
enino the tlmo when lit must deliver It.
He solemnly tn-io In tle pulpit and.
sjretchlng ils nrms ilininntkally out-
ward, ns If he would persona ny uin
brace evcty member of his audience,
fat mnintnlcs and nl. ad:
" 'Hri'tlirou an' Isteni. 1 am nhout to
ilellvnh to yo" the ri fittest Rcrmoii of
the urcs. I nm about to define tho tin
doflnnble. explain the unesplalnahlo
nnd unscrew tho tmscrutable.' "
That Dog Sena Aooln.
lie never rohhed t lietifoijst ntnl ho
never stole n dime. He never loafed
in hour pit another fellow's time.
Whenever lie rode, a street car ha
didn't seem to euro to beat the corpora
tion, so he nlwnyn pall bin fan. The
way he Kept hH temper made him
gentle ns a lamb, and no ouo ever
lientd hs lips pronounco a nnughty
'damn'." Ho served otioe en a Jury,
hut ho wouldn't lnk,o tle U heciuino
lie said 'twas fun, tjot vork. all ilay
hi court to be. Voii'd scarcely llilult
.iichii like ll'i't vvijilij.iaeet it Moil'
doom ami go unwept, dialioniu'ed. to
l lowly prison tonib, j'.ut that Is Jint
wimt happeiird, for when lip had (,'ot
.llong mi ninety vnrhitlonu of the
Osnrk Imiitr dog song he got n piece
of ins pipe and filled It full of lead,
mil the plnety-llrst offender Rot the
n pipe on tie l.ea'ij. T)iey led him to
flip gallows, .mil he K.td. "oh, wip're
I'm hound I only hope I'll never hear
about thnt nmugy hound !"-St. Louis
Decuty and Utility. 'f
t A beautiful gill piny not bo- X
' llevp It. but she looks Just ns v
X beaullfnl vvnr.hlu dUhen an sun
dpes lecllntpg on a pofu rending
II Laura .lean Llbbey. - Detioit
' Fieu Press.
Old Joke La Huo vviis a very crusty
man, full of gouty uthea duo to ngo
and overeating. Ho lost pntlotico with
his physician onu day becnuso tho lat
ter did not mako eiiough fuss over the
pain his patient suffered.
'Doctor." ho thundered, "you don't
understand! You don't seem to grasp
the easel You tnlk ns If there, was
nothing the mntter witi me, whereas 1
nm sulTetlng the torments of tho
"What, already?" queried tho doc
tor In apparent nmnzenient. Llppln
The KliortyOiu Win hl yen give
that bcggui it dwilnrV
Tho Tall one- HocaiiHo he culled mo
Depends on thq Shells.
Do Wof Uop;iur ileilare that this
incident actually happened: ,
An ucpr mid n retlted army mnu
wcio dlscpKriliij; ,tho perils of their to
npectlvu callings. , ..
''How would jou 1 11. 6 to bland hero
with h1ic1h biiist)g all nrpuid you 7"
tho general demutlded
"Well," replied liu actor. "It dopendj
on tho ugo of the eggs."- i:eplug Kui.
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Who Was There That You Knew?
IU tho shadowy ranks of those vrho marched to defeat or death or victory fifty
years ago in the mighty conflict that convulsed this great nation, is there
father or grandfather or uncle of yours c Would you like to ate a photograph
of him in that long ago day of his youth a photograph that he never knew was
taken? Perhaps ve can show you one; and in nay case, we can tell you a
story, stranger than any detective fiction of 3,500 priceless photographs that
were losi aim aro louau again. ,
3,500 Long Buried Photographs
of the Civil War
Tltr.Y were liVen br tho ereattit photographer In th
United Mate o( that diyt tliejr were bought br the
bulled States Oovernment (pr t JO.OOOi thegr wtr burled
In tho War Department tor SO yeara they are burled there
(till. Put a duplicate tet wa kept br the photographer who
died poor and broken down) that dupllcaTS aet wa knocked
from pillar to poll for nearly SO yeara, until It waa diicorertd
b)r a New tnjland collector. J. 1'lerpont Monian itrlea to
accure (lie collection Kx I'rcttdent Carf eld and General
Ileolarnln F, Uutler Mid It waa worth ISO.OOO yet with
tha helD of tha ltKvmr of IlnvtEWfi. the entire collection
hat been cathered Into 10 treat yolucnea and la
your reach at leaa than the value of ono ol (he photograph!.
It It tho one accurate, Impartial history o( tho Civil War
for the camera cannot lie It telle tho atory ot the War you
never hca xl before Tal.en under protection of the becret
Service, these photograph! bring to light thousands of tittle
known phases of the war they penetrate to strxugo places aud
recor-l trance things. ,
nUMHMBBKi-Our rrlvtlece ol selllnl these books Is
Untiled at tQ lime. Our supply pf Free Portfolios le limited
ioquautity, You muit be prompt la secure cater. Heller
mill tHi coupoa today.
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