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KVIVAL SERVICES ,
AT CHURCH OF CHRIST
Last Week of the Big Alteration Sate
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OWEN; m., Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Owon M. Walker, gos
pel singers, of Munce, lnd arrived
ta town todny. Thoyiwlll tiavo charge
t the music in tbo evangelistic scr
vteea now In progress at tho churcli
M Christ. Mr. Walker is u first class
torus leader and barltono soloist.
Mr. Walker Is a skilled accompanist
-ad ban a pleasing contralto volco.
'Tfcey expect to form a largo chorus
Jr. You will bo strengthened by
Uriel Of Columbia Is Now
WaMhington, Feb. 3 The movement
fcecuh soveral years ago to reincorpor
ate within tho District of Columbia
""Uat portion of tho original district on
te south bank of tho I'otomao river,
tint receded to Virginia In 1848, haH
kiss renewed by a petition that Presi
dent Tnft direct Attornoy-Ooncrnl
Wickers ham to have tested In tho
-oourtu tho legality of tho act of Con
ureas recodlng tho land to Virginia.
The imtltlon represents tbo owners
T 75 per cent of tho roal estato within
like area. Tho President has rosorvocl
ta decision, but many peoplo bellevo
4t Is blH purpose to act upon It favor
Jdy. Theso proceedings cannot be In
fttttMtcd by Individuals,- but must be
fcroaght In tho nnme of the govern-
"Th torltory roferrod to comprised
almost one luilf or the original Dis
trict of Columbia, which was origin
Mr 10 iiiIIoh tuiuure, All that Is now
9ft of the dlHtrlut In the Irregular trl
,f)ir portion on tho. Maryland side
-of the liver. If the supremo court
vkould 'declare tho act or recession to
fcavo boon without warrant of law, one
f wore additional highways brldgoH
would ho built across the river, con
'ecting tho center of the city with
Virginia hills. The bridges now
-aaannlng the river are either to the
Ttfa or south of tho huslneHs renter.
Th little city of Alexandria, six iiiIIoh
Mow Washington, would form a pntt
tit tho federal dlsttlnt, should the act
fce held to lie Invalid. Ho would sov
1 Hinull VIikIuIu Hinges hack of
'Arlington and Ft. Myer, The success
t tho niovumeiil would probably
Mko the Viiglnla hills oppoHlto do
st4rmblo suburban settlements and
'wtye out some of tho undesirable
The petition was presented by llnr-
to Taylor, fotmer American minister
to Spain. It contains 1 100 signatures.
air. Taylor says be has concluded
Mm act of recession to bo a nullity, as
feeing a violation of that purl of the
' ewsUtuUon giving Congress power
tm oxorclso exclusive legislation In
M cases whatever over such district
(a4 exceeding 10 miles square) as by
Suaaaion in particular states and tho
Mcifitanc of Congress becomes tho
of government of tbo United
lea;'' uud also a violation of nn
er pari of the constitution provid
es that "no state shnll pass uny bill
r utuiudnr, ex pos.t facto law, or law
tianlrmir tbo obligation of contract."
WtfcU Virginia territory could ngaln
jewo a part or the fodoral district,
Jm way would Indeed bo opened for
aaaUac Washington one of tho most
aiiurul cities In tho world.
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WANT ADS PAY
RSTAIL MERCHANTS AROUSED
CWomio, III., Fab. 3-UUIlMttlon of
reels peat and the taking or
which will'onablo the retailors
the comuotltlon of the blc
Sl order houses uro the Iniportuut
'4R(Dot slated for discussion at u
vontlon of tho Retailers' Coiunior-
union, which met nt the Hotel
an lit tills city today for a three
session. Tho organization In
in Its membership several hun-
retail dry goods and general tucr-
i tv-awiia in mo terriiory uetween unio
their beautiful songs.
Rov. J. A. Long will preach.
The subjects this week are:
Monday "Tho Fifth Gospel."
Tuesday How Shall Wo Escape If
Wo Neglect?" ' i
Wednesday "Portable Itollglon."
Thursday "The Wages of Sin."
Friday "Tho Tragedy of the In.
You are Invited to the services each
evening at 7 o'clock.
RggB 24c; butter 30c.
Mr. Fornian Forblng waa a visitor
In Columbus Sunday and Monday.
Mr. Cyril F. Allerdlng spont Sunday
with relativos in Columbus.
Ask anybody about It II an ford's
Miss Ktbel Otter of Ashland spont
Sunday with Miss Mao Smalloy of
Dr. U. F. Humbert loft Monday
morning on a business trip to Canton
Mr. John It. Doolfs loft Saturday
night for tho Kast to purchase spring
Ono trial convlnceH-Hanford's Hal
sain, Mr. Thomas Hlllior Is confined to
his bed with tho grip.
Mr. Fred Burins' wont to Columbus
Monday morning to make a short vis
it with friends.
Mr. Ross Sattler of Columbus visit
ed over Sunday with relatives In Mt.
Mr. Peter Anderson of Nowark, 0
visited with Mr. I. A, Stream of this
rlty over Monday.
Mr. Dwlght I,afovwr went to Colum
bus Monday morning to make a short
Mrs, Walter Happ roturoed Sunday
tiom ii two weeks' visit with relativos
Mrs. II. C. Dovln left Monday morn
ing for Cincinnati, Ohio, where she
will visit for a fow days.
Ml'. John Duff, Jr., returned to Ur
banii, Ohio, Sunday evening ufter u
short visit in Mt, Vernon.
Ilunford's llnlsam cures bunions,
Apply for several ml nut oh nightly.
Judge I. A. Horry will open law of-
tlcos at No, 0 Hnst High street next
Mr. uud Mrs. John Cross uud son,
Norton, of Deluwuro county are tlif
guests of Miss Fldollu Plku of Fast
Ruv, and Mrs. I-Mwln MuMllleu of
Mt. Ollead spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Willeiulu of Kast l,amur
When hurt send for Ilunford's Bal
sam, or better still, have It always
on hand for accidents,
Mr. John Hull, who hus boon con
ducting a restaurant In this city, will
leave Tuosduy for Delaware, having
disposed of his business In Mt. Vor
noii, Mr, Robert Salisbury returned to
Hwoetwator, Toun., Monday morning
aftor a several days' visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Salisbury,
of this city.
Mr. and Mrs, Krlo Wagner of Cleve
land spent Saturday and Sunday wltli
relatives In tho city. Mr. Wagner Is
uow employed on the reportorial utaff
of the Cleveland Loader,
Mr. and Mrs. H. I Heldou and
daughtur, Majorte of Mt. Vornou are
In the city spending the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Woolsor,
of North Tenth stroot. Newark Ad
vocnlo. When a horse Is calked In deep
snow, use Ilunford's Balsam. It la tfle
best all-round liniment for man and
RECEIVER FOR BEQQS CO.
Columbus, ()., Feb. 3 David O.
Iloggs on Monday morning tlted suit
for a recolver for tho Huggs Co,, which
operutes a department store nt Chest
nut uud High streets.
RANNER WANT ADS PAY
Mrs. William L. Robinson dcflght
fully entertained with three tables ot
auction at her homo on East Chest
nut street Saturday afternoon. Tho
souvenir wus awarded Mrs, Walter
dperrj. A delicious supper was serv
Mnrtinsburg, Ohio, Feb. 3 The So
phomore class of the loral high school
entertained n large crowd of onthus
lastle people at tho town hall hero
Saturday evening with a play, "Coast
Folks." Tho pay was very well pre
sented, the cast being made up wholly
of Sophomore students.
Mr. Wade Watson, Bon of Mr. and
Mrs. ('forgo Watson of near Jelloway,
now of Cleveland, Ohio, and Miss
Elizabeth Daughorty, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Daughorty of
Danville, wero married at tho home
of the bride's parents Saturday uvon
ing. The ceremony was lerrora,ea
by Rev. Columbus Workman. Mr
Wutson is a graduate of Ohio Univer
sity nt Athens and now holds a re
sponsible position in Cleveland. Miss
Daugherty is one of Danville's most
popular young ladles.
The Fred Bechtol Funeral
Tho remains of tho late Fred Hech
tol of Columbus were brought to Mt.
Vernon Sunday and wero tnkon to the
home of his sister, Mrs. Wclker, on
North Sauduslty street for tho funeral
at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, In
terment In Mound Vlow cemetery.
John B. McColloch
Mr. John U. McColloch of Nowark,
Ohio, died at the homo of his daugh
ter, Mrs. William Pembrook, at 004
North Sandusky street Sunday triorn-
ing nt 2 o'clock, His death resulted
from n nine weeks' Illness caused by
gangrene. Ho was about 08 years of
ago and is survived by one son, John
McColloch, and six daughters, Mrs.
William Pembrook. Mrs. Sarnh Kearn.
Mrs. Dorothy Stufl, Mrs. May Oreoley,
Mrs. Jennie Irwin and Mrs. JcsbIo
The remains were taken to Shaw,
nee, Qhlo, on the 11:30 H. &. O. trnln
Monday for tho funeral and Interment.
Mra. John Wright
The lunernl of Mrs. John Wright,
who died Friday night at her homo In
Amity of upoploxy, occurred Sunday
afternoon nt 1 o'clock at the M, B.
church In Amity, Rev. J. M. Holm of
delating. Tho deceased was (II years
of ago mid Is survived by two sons,
Charles Wright of Cleveland, Harry
Wright of Amity and by ono brothor,
Albert O'llrleu of Mt. Vernon and two
sIsteiH, Mrs, Flora Dowds of Mt. Vor
non and Ada O'llrlen who lived with
Mrs. W. 8. Winn
Woid has boon received in Onmblor
of the death of Mrs. V. S, Wing
which occurred Saturday morning nt
her home 1u Pasndlmi, California.
Mrs. Wing was u former icsldunt of
0 am bier.
h BIRTHS 4.
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A son was born Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Wonderly of near Oambler,
t HOWARD 4,
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Mr, John 8. White and wlfo of How-
ard spont Sunday nt the home of Com
missioner and Mrs. Legrand Brltton.
Dr. Coleman and wlfo wont to Dela
ware, Ohio, on Friday whero tho doc
tor v.11) take treatment at Magnotlc
Ma William T, Horn, who has been
at Mt. Corinel hospital, Columbus, the
past four weeks, will return this ev
ening much Improved In health,.
A suites ot meetings will begin at
tho M, K, church next Sunday oven
ing, conducted by Rev, Kerr assisted
by his daughter. The people or How
ard ur to be congratulated on secur
ing such nn .able man,
Mr. Clarence White and wife, Mr.
Charles l.epley nnd wife, Mr. C, H.
Brit ton and wife of Howard, Mr. Fred
Wright and wife ot Gambler were
plnoBuutly entortnlnod nt a six o'clock
dinner on Frlduy qvenlug by Mr, and
Mrs Austin Cochran ot Oambler, .
Kurl( Crandall, brother of Otis Cran
c1h.11, of tlio' Olauts, and Held captain
ot the Memphis team In 1912, has been
signed by the Indianapolis club.
Only Five More Days
' Successful beyond our most sanguine expectations lias been 'this our greatest of all sales. It has Br
paifeed head and shoulders any previous sale we ever hold.
. , 1 th08e wuo Mavo taken advantage of it, this sale has been a genuine boon.
vfiecurq merchandise of the highest orderperfect in quality, faultless in fit and
iat,werc not dreamed of it month ago by the most optimistic. v
Make the most of this Golden Opportunity to double the purchasing ability of your
dollars by attending this Great Sale during thi s final week. The next Five Days will see Stir
ring Times in this store. Each section of the Big Store will have a final clearance.
65c Table Damask for 49c
Mammoth stock of this 2-yards
wide pure white table damask in
patterns that cothpare with the fin
est.Irish linen. Regular price G5c;
Sale Price, per yard ,49c
$1.00 Table Linens for 77c
At this sale wo are going to of
fer you any piece of standard $1.00
Table Damask and assure you an
excellent variety of beautiful pat
terns, all in, 2-yards wide and every
thread' pure linen. Regular pricl
$1.00; Sale Price 77c yard
$1.25 and $1.35 Irish Table Damask
Your unlimited choice ot1 any
piece in the store from our very fine
Irish Satin Table Damask; all
All-sale prices throughout the
store sorfar published will still be
in force durintr this week.
Md To The Limit Ter
Chicago,, 111., Fob. 3 Kloven Intojcl
cutfd ChlcnKp pollremen, four In full
uniform, equipped with stars, clubs
and loaded revolvers tho other plnln
clothes men, aided by 11 Southsldo
snloou-keepcr, today drovu In uutos to
Oukliiwn, it suburb, fifteen miles south
west of Chlcngo.
They terrorl.od''tho eutlro vHIsKe.
broke up iv community dunce, Insulted,
women, shot nt town olllclnla, nnd
finally, after u llorco battle wero driv
en out of the village.
One patrolman's hat badge was torn
off, his club uud revolver woro taken
from him and ho recolvod nn all
around, thorough! thrashing, Another
lost his revolver In tho battle. Soveral
of the polleenien were carried out un
conscious and duiqped Into the wait
ing automohllos, Three of tho "cops"
are now In Southside hospitals.
Among'tho village forces only min
or hurts "wore reported, mostly Injured
knuckles, tho result of hitting tho bel
ligerent pollcemcnlth bare fists.
VIPI.,... lf uit..t.M,1 Fllln..v 1-...u.A..a
and daughters or residents of Oak-
lawn were prostrated today as a result
of the indignities offered' them by Chi
cago oftlcors. Two young women
who slapped tho facea of insultera, af
terward badly beaten by the fathers,
aw 111 In bod.
President jamea! Montgomery, of the
Village Hoard ofv Trustees, declared
that a special meeting of -tho Town
Hoard would be held and steps taken
to see that tho gulHy(men are ousted
from tho, Chicagoiellce force, Charges
will be filed wltlT tie Civil Service
w. ......... ,,
At a Disadvantage.
"A tuwly uiarrleir man always Ima
.great confidence la .the superior wis
dom of his vlfc."8pvi
"Naturally." rented Miss Cayenne.
"A mini who Half, been accustomed to
fating with pin laJ knl vch, forks and
spoons Is lll.ely tpfe pretty humble
and subdued wliiuhe Is being Instruct
ed In the iim uf lif 'the silverware that
Tomorrow Linens &
Hoe their DaySupply your need
our Great Stocks at wholesale prices
are $1.25 and $1.35 yard. Sale .
Price 97c yard
7c Auck Towels for 5c
There are very nice handy size
towels measure 14x30 inches; good
quality with fancy borders, all
splendid 7c towels. Sale Price,
10c Huck Towels for 7c
Heavy quality Huck Towels are
16x32 inches in size, have fancy
border,' would be splendid 10c val
ues. Sale Price 7c each
21c Turkish Towels 15c
500 dozen large double thread
Turkish Towels with hemmed ends
size 20x42 inches. Every towel
worth 21c; smaller stores often ask
25c for these. Sale Price, ,15c each
6c Dice Crash, 4c Yard
1000 yards fine Sussex Dice
Crash, 14 inches wide of good
strong quality; every yard worth
6c. Sale Price 4Vc yard
Of Much Value Are Discover
ed In Rome
Rome, February ;i -An Italian farm
er has miido a, valuable urchueologlcal
find In a field nour lezl. He discover
ed an ourthenwaro vase containing 5,
.100 silver coins of the Homun republi
can period. Tho vaso weighs about
fifty pounds. Most of the coins lire
rare specimens uud are In an ndiulr
uble stnte of preservation,
;Tlio field Is owned by Count' Hon.
otatl, who has renounced his rlghtt to
a claim of ono-hnlf ot tho value of tho
discovery and hus allowed Hi;ofesBor
Oalloso to remove tho coins to the-
museum at Anconu lor Identification,
Only one-half of tho coIub have been
examined as yet but their value Is es
timated nt more than $1,000,000. Tho
government gave the farmer I2r.,000.
All: Arrests In The City Of
Newark, O., February -Directpr Beavler th. ,;,," -'- ""
of lubltc Safety Collier threatens tp The games at the cealao are perfoct
lasuo orders to tho police not tq make ly fulr, says the "writer Whsn there
anymore arresta'ao matter bow sef;U trouble, and, trouble' very vrare. U
ioub ine onense. e saya proaeeutor m uu lu "' ,pver vi no.to the
J Howard Jonea ytt treat caaea light- ftm'' " ' mTrf.' J
Jy'if they como to the grand Jury. wh!.n ?' '"' yW"K "WnK it la geu-
-,,., .. . , , v . r"y Me 'r'r,hea la femme."'
TbIb action Is occasioned by a let- .
ter received by Chief of Police Bill- AtinRCIaf inuutnii
tard oterday from ProUte Judge wwuntlf JUWHaUW.
cuicd costs In four cases in which de- v Uutly Neat In Dree. '
fendants were Indicted by 'the grand Andrew Johnson waa mm of tho nest
Jurv he would dismiss the casea. eat men In b's dress and htuoi! I have
Actional strife among Democratic 'TOr kHwn During hi", three years
d. .. ' . . ... . ' In NUilhvllln In tt.ip.lMtl... Kl. .l.u...l
omcenoiaers, one being liberal ua
the other Hni.rviiHv r .,.,! th
lice offlclals: have beon required ,to
secure costs In uuner court, raaaa'.
, j - w-w -. - pTJTT '
- Lindorf Co.
Mt. Vernon's Big Store
They Are Noted at Mont Carle ler
Coolness and Luck,
Tba V.OUIWU giiinhlei-H hi Monte Carlo
are by no mentis th excitable, hyaterl
calMiud unscrupulous players that have
oeou denci'ilHKl to us. Many uru un
scrupulous uud dlMliouestbut they are
usually calmer tbun the' men. There
are women who .nil) pick up your wu
ulngs( uudur your very iiuhv. asserts
the I-omlou Chronicle, and If you pro-,
test tho c-i-ouplur will probably pay the
mouey again rut her tbuu have u dis
turbance. There are other women whn
will sit beside u man uud openly cluliu
u part of his winnings, and if tho man
la wise he will surrender to the extor
tlou rather lliuu disturb the domestic
bliss. Hut. us a rule, the 'women gum-:
bio with 0(iianluilty, uud how extruor
dluarlly lucky they uie. to tie sure!
Women have wonderful luck While
moil work out eluUirute "systems" urul
kit frowuliiK over tlgures. the mysteries
of which would take u very Nupolcou
of finance to elucidate, and then puy
aiid lose, women simply plunk mouej
ou the number they aru "surtOs going
to win," and they do win;
It la not ut all nn uncommon thing tu
see u woman sitting agulust the wullt
uor nusunuii uy uer siue, waiting to
put pieces ou ut her command. White
he trots to and from the tables, telling
her what numbera turned up last, fuss
Ing and fuming and worrying what to
do next, she calmly surveys the eguree
she hus Jotted down, gives him another
'piece'" ut the psychological moment to
put on, und her big velvet embroidered
bag grows wider In circumference ev
ery hour. The five franc "Aect" Is
even heavier and clumsier tu carry than
our "crown" piece. But she Is so tbor
otiguly used to It In quautittes that she
AnMM ttAl- inlnil aaa as II ikia ..aa.'a ulML.
l, , v . r. '' W'."."T
.'" .",nvR "nwuciow iroca, coin, Ba
in black broadcloth
but otttiv for thirty years, -ind rdVksoKt
of iimi nm, u'iu.tii.a ...".i..... n
It has enabled thousands
correct in style, at prim
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5c Cotton Twilled Toweling to,
lOp 'Crashes for, per yard. .-. ,7f.
Crash for, per yard . . . 10c
Bed Spreads at, 96a
Twenty-five dozen large size
bed spreads, heavy crochet designs
worth $1.39. Sale Price 98c
$2.50 Bed Spreads for .... $1.48
Extra quality bed spreads cut
comer fringes, square and scallop
ed edges worth $2.50. Sale
BLANKETS ALL REDUCED
85c Cotton Blankets for 69c
$1.25 Cotton Blankets for. .84c
$1.50 Cotton Blankets for. $1.19
$1.00 Cotton Blankets for. .79c
Fine Wool Blankets
We Give .ttf'
of his owe clothes'. He, was ae acraytK
lous about his linen that he invariably
chapKixl all of It dally and seioetlmea
He was matchlessly perfect in figure,
about ove feet ten, had bandaome
broud vMboulde'rs, floe forehead, aaperU
face. Dark busby hair und small baud
and feet. Tho most marked feature
about him was bis eyea. which were
mull, and, although such eyes are not
usually attractive, bis were black,
sparkling slid stxolutely beautiful.
He was not u gamester ut unytbiuf
nnd could piuy only Indifferently" at " '
checkers, lu I&S2 he explained to me
tbul he hud never visited n theater be
cauwe lu bis youth he lacked the op
porluulty uud always afterward would,
rather study nnd work or go to bed,
tbuu spend his time ut u pluyhouse
He looked ou nil kinds or wimbling u
wrong, never knew one curd or one
domino from another uud was never at,
a horse race. He had bHn to n few
circuses und mlustrel shows and like
them. Itecollectloii of Hbi Secretary.
Malar Truman. In Century.
Toe Many Pianos.
M. de S.. art critic. In Jnivellnu In,
Italy. On the train he consults the uti
uuul showing vaiiuus, location la
Klorence He i-emlsT. ''CaxnuuinertH
via 1 piano." "Oli. me." be saya, "l
do not want 'any piano-la the bouse."
H,e conllniicH m Vek'tlj He Hnda
,Uouea of two, tul-e-, four pTauoa. Q.
does not Hud any that lire' unprovided;
with these. He In deserate. He de
clares the suKiitbuiidnoi-e of these In
siruiiieutM iIImuuhih him with Klorenc.
Then some one explains to Mm that
the word piano, In Italian, slgniflea the
gonr or suny of a house.-Crl de Parte.
. . Had a Complaint
The angry cjtlseu puffed Into ta
ofTlce of the city editor.
"See here, sir," "he yelled, "what da.
you mean by publishing my realgaatloaji
frea my pnllUcal'oflk-e fn'bla wayr
"Yen gave the story out yoarsetf.
iMdn't year-' naked the editor.
"Of 'collide I dM." repled the antrjr
i-Ulaon, -HJit.your fool taper prlata Ur
uiHler Ike besd, of labile Improve
ients "-Cincinnati Rnqulrer,
A Ceflem Heee.
Mundy-Wbitt (oh-yvV-bea goto" to.
e KwtoUHe so roK'larV" Are yo' corre
ajiondlu' wlf Home other female? Ran.
tus-Noi. hut since ,Ah been a-readl'
Ib de puiiem 'bout rfgte, ;'coiwcbn
und Ab kind o' -tfcotiglBt vAb might
poaalbly git a lettnh frorti.dat inluletah.
what married ns.-l.lfe?V
"Why, maBfyob harev-Uo' sense ot;
umor, When I frst heard that iok".
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