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The Ma.riottL Leader.
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Columbus', Q., Sept. 14, 1901
To tlio Republicans Ohlo:-
Tbe Republican Stato Executive
Committee lias received with profound
grief tlio r.ad news of tho death of
President MeKinley, foully assassinat
ed at Buffalo one week ago. Its
members share with their countrymen,
and with tlio family of this noble man
whoso spirit has departed, the weight
of crushing woe.
Tills Is a time when thoughts and
expressions of partisanship should be
stilled. The Committee, therefore,
deems It fitting that in season of unl
veisal sorrow, all political activity be
suspended. Not contention, but
tears, should mark this hour.
For this reason 11 has been decid
ed to cancel the date of the Republi
can campaign openihg meeting, which
was to havo been held at Delaware,
on tho 21st of Sept. For tho present
all other formal demonstrations inci
dent to the conduct of a political can
vass will he pbandoncd.
CHARLES DICK, Chairman.
JOHN R. MALLOY, Secretary.
AN ENDURING NAME.
A deep hush enshrouds the United
States of American.
We aro silent. Tho gloom of uni
versal grief prevails. The hand of
death has closed over the life of the
nation, and Its cold, clammy clutch is
tugging at tho heart of every patriot-
le citizen of this brosd land. No mat
ter what may have bebn said in that
Heat of political strife, no matter what
our political affiliations may have
been, no matter bow the hot blood of
partisanship coursed through our
veins, wo, the American people, aro
towed down in sorrow.
It Is not as though tho closo of n
lingering Ulncs3 had como upon us.
It is not tho passing away of one bat
ed by a largo majority of tho people.
It Is no: the collapse of a great man
through the decay of natural forced,
which brings us closer to one another
today. It is norc of these, It is the
breaking down of tho hope, tho ruth
less destruction at ond full swoop at
tlio hand of tho assassin of our cher
ished Ideals. It Is tho Ho direct giv
en to our vaunted' Ahierlcan freedom.
U is tho pulling down of our hearth
stones by tho Anarchists. And mora
than this. It Is the cutting off In tho
prime of life of a man who was tho
exemplification of truth, tho soul of
Integrity, tho sun of honor, the Ideal
flfntlcnco, and tho fountain of faith
ful IoVp, of our people.
Tho toller, from among tho masses,
who by hls'b'Wn Intrinsic virtues, had
beon placed In the labornaclo of, na
tional love, has bcentorn forth by
tho hand of violence. Tli man wh6
has walked tho pathways otf-Hfe with
tho full bluzo of national ' honor,' ujpofl
him, has been sunk Into Umbo. The
climber from tho valloy haB been
swept back from tho crest of the
mountain by the avalancho of mono
mania, which calls tho license of lib
erty. Words fall one when expressions fn
tho nattonnl grief Is called for. - Lan
guage 13 loo poor to set forth our sor
row, "Ono touch of nature makes
the whole wprld kin." And it la the
glfinco of tho eye, the beat of the
heart, Uio clasp of tho hand, that tele
graphs the emotion of tho surcharged
Stricken down in tho plentltudo of
power, In-tho vigor of life, WILLIAM
McKINLEY, tho man and patrolt,
America's sponsor In the Twentieth
century, will live In the hearts of a
"Like tho vaso In which roses have
once been distilled:
You may break, you may ruin the
vase If you will,
But tho scent of the roses will hang
Governor Nash has requested all
Ohloans to observe Thursday, Sep
tember 19th, In an appropriate mem
Will Observe Day
The local lodge of Elks last Wednes
day Issued Invitations ' to all Ohio
Lodges to attend a Complimentary Ball
to be given Thursday, September 19tb,
and a large attendance of visitors was
assured. The following notice has
since been Issued:
Marietta, O., Sept. 1C, 1901.
Tho death of tho President and our
brother, William MeKinley, requires
that we show proper respect to his
memory. It is thei efore, with doubl,
regret, that we ask to recall the Invi
tations Issued to you one week ago. In
stead of gay decorations and a Dresa
Ball we feel it our duty to substitute
emblems of mourning and sorrow la
recognition of tho brother who has
been called Jto meet' with tho "Grand
Lodge.above." H. -....,..
It hai therefore been ordered by
Marietta Lodge No. 477, B. P. 0. E.,
that we follow the wishes of the Presi
dent of the United States and set asld'j
from our week of festivities, Thursday,
September 19th, as a day of mourning,
and" that on the afternoon of that day
wo hold a Special Lodge of Sorrow, at
our lodge rooms, to which all Elks and
their friends are Invited.
Deeply regretting the necessity that
requires this action, and hoping thai
many of your Lodge will be with us
during the Reunion, the program of
which will remain unchanged except as
above, we remain In sorrow.
JAS. W. NYE,
Chairman Ball Committee.
Above circular has been mailed to all
Lodges of Elks in Ohio.
Mrs. H. S. Saroni.
Relatives of Mrs. H. S. Baropl re
ceived word of her death at Athens
Mrs. Saroni has been failing both
physically and mentally for the past
few months and has beon In the hos
pital at Athens for somo time and her
death was not vvholly unexpected.
Mrs. H. S. Saroni was the widow of
tho late Prof. H. S. Saroni, the notel
musical composer, and outside of four
grand-daughteis leaves no relatives.
Her grand-daughters aro Mrs. AV. B.
Galtree, Miss Small and Miss Kittle
Small of this city and ono living in
The remains arrived here last night
and tho funeral will be held at nine
o'clock Wednesday morning with
burfcil at Oak Grove Cemetery.
Carnival" Will Open
Tner5wero thousands of men, wo
men and children at tho carnival last
night who wero disappointed owing to
the fact that there were no perform
ances given. The cause of this was on
account of a defect in tho lighting o!
tho grounds, which will bo remedied
today. Tonight the Carnival grounds,
will be as light as day from tho twenty
five arc lights that are distributed to
the best of advantage when lighted
Crowds that were at tho Carnival last
night were entertained by tho concert
given by tho Big Six Band from Spring
field, u and satisfying their curiosity
In going from show to show of tho
many attraction that comprlso the
This Carnival Is said by tho mana
gers of the vnrloiis features to bo tho
best gotton up of uny In the history of
Proclamation to Citizens ot
Wllllam MeKinley, our ' beloved
President, has passed into tho Great
JJoyorid nnd our nation lsln mourn
In g. "v
Every cltlfcen of our city deoply de
plores his death, coming nt n time
when ho was nbout to reap tho fruits
ot his labors In tho causo of liberty,
patriotism and prosperity for Ameri
can Institutions and her people; a
causo to which he had dovotcd his,
By his high and noble character,
his love for tho common people, his
high scnEc of moral duty, manifest in
overy act and woid, his broad states
manship, his untiring and ceaseless
devotion to his invalid wlfo, has en
deared him to tho people of this city.
It Is rcspcttfully requested that the
day of tho funeral, September 19th,
bo observed as a day of mourning;
that tho citizens of this city meet at
the City Auditorium nt the hour ortho
funeral of our beloved President,
ttierb too pay tribute to his life and
character; that during such services
all places of business in tho city bo
W. E. SYKES,
Mayor of the City of Marietta.
d. Auditorium .)
The Wikoff Romerlll Company play
ed to a crowded and more than pleas
ed audience at tho Auditorium last
Tho tltlo of the play was " The He
roes of 98" and was exceedingly well
played. It revived and put new vig
or Into memories ot the Spanlsli
Ameiican War and excited much ap
plause. With the aid of special scen
ery some very realistic war scents
were portrayed and tho spectatois
could scarcely help being carried bacS
to tho scenes of warfare. v ,
Tho Ave big vaudeville ats jilado
'quito a'favorahle impression up'dli'tho
audienco and was pronounced ono of
the most attractlvo features of tho
Little Irma Wikoff delighted every
one with her troop of trained dogs
and under her direction the dogs be
haved line 'and performed somo of the
mo3t dtfilcult tricks.
The little animals aro certainly well
trained and with Little Irma in their
midst present a very pretty sight.
Tho company carries an excellent
band and orchestra and the music
played during the play Is of tho best.
Many people who vlsttedthe play
last night speak In tho highest terms
of It and say It Is first class and very
entertaining from start to finish.
Tho company will bo at the Audi
torium tho remainder of this week nnd
will present a farce comedy tonight en
titled "The Irish Washerwoman" which
will create laughter from tho tlmo the
curtain rises for tho first act unt.l It
The Wikoff-Romerlll Company, Aud
itorium tonight. Prices 10, 20 and 30
An attraction new last season and
which proved of much merit and oiigi
najlty was that of tho clever German
dialect' comedian and golden-voiced
singer, Al. H. Wilson In Sidney R. El
lis' romantic comedy drama, "The
Watch on tho Rhine!" Messrs. Chas.
H. Ytfio and Sidney It. Elllls, promotora
oi me attraction, nave mucn reason for
being proud of tho enthusiastic recep
tion of their new'star wherever Been.
This season Mr. Wilson will still be
seen In "Tho Watch on tho Rhine,"
promised to bo still better than before
with now scenery, very clever support
ing company and novel electrical and
mechanical effects. Al. H. Wilson,
the star of the attraction, Is said to
havo verified and even exceeded all
predictions as to his success in this
field and Is acknowledged as a leader
In romantic German comedy. As u
singer ho Is counted as one of the best,
having a voice of much purity and
sweetness', together with a knowledge
of how to use it to tho best advantage.
His songs Include nmonsc others, "My
Little Frneuleln." "In Tyrol' "Love Is
All In All." "When Parading," "The
Tea Kettle Song" and "Tho Song of
Ono performance only at tho Audi
torium, Wednesday nlpht, Sept. I?.
M. G. SEIPEL, Mgr.
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against Carter & Petrle. The latter
company owes tho plaintiffs $123.97. It
is claimed, for a bill of goods purchased
by them somo tlmo ago and tho plain
tiffs aslc Judgement for this amount.
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