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TBI MARIOK DAILT MOUtOK,. TUESDAY. APRIL . 1907...,
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SOCIETY, iW OMflN'5
this competitive age and when of ample character it places its
possessor in the front ranks of ,
The Well Informed of the World.
A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of the
highest excellence in any field of human effort.
A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl
edge of Products arc all of the utmost value and in.questions of life and health
when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an
ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of
Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Component 13
Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Informed of the
world, who know ot their own personal knowledge ana rrom actual use mat it
ana dcsi or lamiiy laxauves, ror
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known
under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world
wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As itspure
laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians
and the Well Informed ot the world to be the best we have
adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy.
but doubtless it will
name of Syrup of
Poem Born of Imagination.
As to the poem, "How They Brought
o Nows From Ghent to Alx," Brown
ing oald that thoro was not the slight
veit historical foundation for it II
was written while ho was making s
Mediterranean voyage, and thq long-
, lag to escape from shipboard and take
i gallop on horseback inspired him
with tho Idea.
Tho distance from
Ghent to Aix is too great to bo made
1b the time described by any horM
kut an iron one.
FREE COOKING SCHOOL
FREE LECTURES ON COOKING
AND PRACTICAL- DEMON STRATION OF THE VARIOUS
USES FOR CULINARY PURPOSES OF THE
CHOCOLATE AND COCOA
WALTER BAKER & CO., Ltd.
WILL BE GIVEN BY
Miss Elizabeth K. Burr
) AT THE
Young Men's Christian
DAILY FOR ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3d, '07
2:30 O'clock in the Afternoon
7:30 O'clock in the Evening.,
flMuhples of Miss Burr's preparations, such as Cakes, Puddings '
Ktriafues, Fudge Scuffles, Ice Cream, Bavarian Cream, etc.
iriil be served at each lecture and she will be pleased to answer
all, iia.uiriea regarding the eaae, A different) menu will be
pnipand and served at each lecture.
A special free lecture, for children will be given Saturday
Morning, April 6tb at 10 o'clock. Every child attending thu
lecture will be presented with a Walter Baker Souvenir.
Sample cakes of the Walter Baker Premium No. 1 Chocolate,
the Vanilla Sweet Chocolate and little sample cans of the
Breakfast Cocoa, also a book of "Choice Chocolate Recipes"
will be presented to all persons attending theso lectures, and
Ul who are interested' in scientific cooking should not fa& U
- r ai.a- a mm i i
is the winning factor in the culminating
wmcnnocxaavnHamui uwcawiiumc uumis
always be called for by the shorter
Figs and to get its beneficial
effects, always note, when purchasing the tull
name of the Company California Fig Syrup
Co. printed on the front of every package,
whether you call for syrup of rigs
or by the full name syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
Lady Violet Grovillo has a story of
woman who bad a little Japanese
charm given hor. Every timo she
wore it somo mlschanco happened.
And sho genorally fell 111. Her son nt
last took tho Jewel to tho keopc
the Japaneso curios in tho Paris
scum and requested to be infoi
what tho charm ropresontod. "This"
said tho export at once, "Is tho cm
Worn of sickness." Tho woman nevei
wore it again.
BOSTON Y. W. 0.
jo i , .1
is the nrst
be Discussed at
PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD
Will Transact Considerable
Cross Walks on Unpaved Streets
Badly NeededMiles of Side,
walks to be Laid This Summer
At a regular meeting of tho board
of public soivk-o to bo ljcld this ov
enlng, a large nniouut of Important
buslncHH will be tiansnctcd.
During tho winter mouths, the
members hnvo met only twlco
monthly, but beginning tonight,
meetings will bo bold weekly on ac
count of tho large amount of work
that ho board has on Its hands.
Bids will be received for sandstone
crohswnlks for tho unpaved stieots
of tho city. Tho work should havo
been do no last summer ,buo because
thc city did not have tho money, it
had to bo postponed until this spring.
Tho walks aro badly needed, as dur
ing tho rainy period It Js practically
impossible for podcstrlans to cross
fiom ono sldo of tho paved streets to
tho other. As soon as tho contract
h lot, tho work will bo hurried to
Airangoments will bo mado to re
ceive bids for tho laying of a largo
amount of sand stono sidewalks, the
majority of which wero ordered by
council last fall. ,
It Is oxpectod that the park ques
tion will bo up for consideration,
and that doflulte pinna for taking
care of the public play giounds will
bo formed. A park superintendent
will be appointed, and plans mude
foi pioceedlng with tho work which
was abandoned last fall on account
o? tho lack of funds. Tho board
how has plenty of money on hand
for Improvements, and will spend
It liberally In beautifying tho parks.
Now driveways will bo laid out,
rustic bridges and beats built, flower
gardens placed at various parks and
shrubbery et out. Au extra ef
fort will bo mado to havo tho lawns
as near perfect as possible, It Is
probable that the board will decide
to build a baseba diamond at the
north end the partk for tho youth
In that section of tho city. There
will be no baseball nt tho south end
At the meeting of the board of
health the proposition of the 'mayor
to have a spring cleaning day as in
other cities will bo couildered. It Is
ir(H I oxpected that tho board will favor
' 4 I "the plap and, will, ote to.i Ape,
expected that tho board l will favor
1'ho fourth anuunl ball and
ccptiou of tho Commercial club, giv
en Monday evening at thu dub house
and Hubcr ball room, was tho first
Important social event of the post
Lenten season, us well as being one
of tho most elaborate affairs which
will bo glvqn at this time of tho
year. More tnan loo guests, in.
eluding a number from out of the
city, enjoyed tho hospitality of tho
club, all of them attending both tho
retption ami ball.
Tho reception was held at tho club
house on South Prospect street, be.
twecu tho hours of eight ami ton,
and tho remainder ot the evening,
until after midnight, was taken up
with a program of dunces at the
Hubcr hall. Card tables wcro also
ai ranged about tho lmll, to that
thoso who did not care for dancing
found means of amusement nt tho
On tho receiving lino at tho club
wcro Mr. and Mrs. William E.
ScoScld, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H.
Salter, Mr. and MrB. lixisby Swcney,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Strclitz, Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Schroeder, Mr. and
Mrs. John O. Anthony, and Mr.
and Mrs. James F. 1'rendcrgast.
During tho reception, tho guests
passed tho tlmo -with Informal
amusoments. Punch was served nu.
til tho tlmo of departure for the ball
The cntlro fourth floor of tho
Hubcr building was employed for tho
ocasiou, tho south half being used
Cor tho serving of a flno buffet
lunch, under thc direction of tho
club chef. Placed about tho tablo
was a row, of pretty miniature silver
candlesticks, which were presented
to the guests as souvenirs.
The first number of the dance pro.
gram was a grand march, led by
Mr. and Mrs. Tracey it. Allen.
Music was furnished by Dowler's
Both tho club house and tho ball
room wero beautifully decorated
with southern smllax and aziilla, tho
anangoment being extremely taste,
During tho reception nt the club
iiuuai;, hush iigni pnoiograpns woio
taken of tho ladles grouped In
grille room and of tho gentlemen in
tho billiard room. The photographs
will bo reproduced In the Marlon
number of tho Ohio Magazine, to bo
issued. In tho near future.
Tho affair wa given under tho ill.
roctlon of thc club social committee,
of which Frank R. Salter is chair,
ffho attendance was very largo at
tho regular meeting of tho Degree ot
Pecfiontas deld In tho lodgri apart
ments yesterday evening. Asldo from
transacting regular routlno business
tho mcmbcishlp degree was conferred
on class of two candidates and ar.
rangements mado for Initiating a
large class at tho next meeting on
donday April 1C. "$ '"
Mrs. William Gross, of East Ccn.
tcr utrcot, will entertain tho Ad
vanco club next Monday' afternoon.
Mrs. .T. D. Vlrden, of St. James
btrcot, was hostess to the members
of tho Kpworth Literary Clrclo jes
terday afternoon. Tho nllemlnnco
was largo and a very interesting
Railroad Building in Canada.
Railway construction was active It
Canada last year, 3,314 miles ot ncu
road having boon built, whllo no leaa
than $62,000,000 wero spent In tho
construction and equipment of addi
tional lines to thread tho nlno prov
inces of tho dominion.
Money In Garden Patch.
In a Httlo garden patch, three by 2C
feet, Charles S. Grimes, of Washington,
Vt has succooded In raising nearly
four bushels of flno onions. At this
rate ah aero would produce 2,904
bushels, which would bring about $1,
000. Self Criticism.
Tho prosont house of lords Is nn
anomaly In our midst; It Is the laugh
ing stock of the other nations, and
sooner or later wo shall havo to
taoklo the quostlon ot its reformation,
-Nottingham (Kng.) Bxnrea.
As tho Capo Cod canal has been
undor debate 2.10 years, tho tlmo haH
arrived to drop tho subject or shovel
sand, St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Big Price for Old Wtot.
In 18t8, IG70 a bottle was; paid for
omo wine recovered in J8i4 from a
wrock In tho Scheldt. Thewlhe had
been bottled In 1778,
foil? Market Imrt
' ttwiVi mmttnw Amii
meeting resulted. In response to
roll oil the members gao some
.fHVorlto quotation from a Juvenile
author. Mis. V. H. Hlnklln read
a highly Intcicstlng paper on the
thoino "America In tho Twentieth
Century." The meeting was con.
eluded with the transaction of rcg.
ular monthly business.
(Mrs. J. Wilbur .laooby, of South
Vino street, will be tho next houtcss.
'Honoring her guest, JIIss ainry
,oung of Obcrlln, Miss Grace Ecn-
"inn entertained In n delightful fash.
ton, a company of friends at iior
homo on South State street, yester
day evening. The occasion proved
one of tho most enjoyablo of tho
senson's society events.
Tho principal soclnl feature was a
season at progicsslve gamo3, In
which Mr. Kdson Hush and Miss
Lulu Itirbens captured tho ladles'
and gentleman's first nrlzns. Ti,n
8iosta?p served a delicious courao
The guests wero: Misses Mary
Young, Oberlln; Alice Cheney, Eti
dora Slfrltt, Jesse Llpplncott, Bella
Postlc, Ethel Jones, Lulu Rubens,
Edna Schaffner and EllzabcthThomp.
son; Messrs. Fredcrlo Derrymnn,
Walter Copo, Harvey Martin, Edson
Bush, Edward Uncapher, Earl "WHt.
off, Rex Andrews, E. Crlni, Dr. A.
B. Lawson, Harry Fles and Mr.
and Mrs. Rollls E. Baunian.
Honoring .Vls8 Sabine Pane, of
Lima, guest of Miss Johnson, of
Choiry street, Miss Mary Hazen en.
ttrtalncd in an exceptionally nlcas.
Ing manner at hor home on East
Church street yesterday ocnlnc.
tho occasion -was a six o'clock dinner
followed by a dancing party. Miss
Hazen received her jniests at G
o'clock and an elaborate four course
dinner was thoroughly enjojed. Tho
tablo was artistically decorated In
flowers, pink and green being the
color scheme. The plate favors
wero handsome red roses. At thc
conclusion of the dinner tho Kiicsts
wer Invited to the Tally Wag- hall
where tho remainder of the evening
was spent nt dancing.
(Tho guests of the occasion wcro:
IM1S8 Pace. Mlsi Txiiilsn .Tnli ncri ii nt
I1'1"1". Mies Bessie Vcrgayne, of'Li-
ma, miss Mary Johnson and Miss
Anua Houghton, Arr. Charles Iden,
Mr. William Stark, Air. Kdson
Heltz, Mr. Adolbert Hunter and
Mr. Arnold Houghton.
The students of the Caledonia high
school gao a grand mnsquorado ball
in thc Caledonia hull Monday even.
Ing, which procd ono of tho most
delightful ocaslons of tho season In
fcoclety circles of that town. Tho
Caledonia band furnished tho music,
rendering a piogram of twenty
dunces. An early number wns a
gum! march led liy SIbol Under
wood and Carroll Fooso. At a lato
hour an elegant tlirco courso lunch,
con was served.
A class of tho Agosta Methodist
Sunday School gave a very pleasant
April 1 social in tho Marshall
building In that town Monday oven.
Ing. Tho company of guests num.
bercd -nlrout twonty-llvo. Tho eon.
lug was spent at music, games and
various botlal diversions. Light ro.
fiesliments was a concluding feature.
for Weilnchday 17,000; niaikct
steady; prime beeves 5.80 and
ti.7o;' poor to medium 4.15 ami
.-.7.') htookciw niul feeders 2.8.")
(ill 4,00; cows and lieiljors 3 (jj)
.2-"; cniincn, 1.7.ri 2.70; Tex
mis -1.10 -1.80..
Hogs iKccoipts 11,000; estimat
ed for WedncMlny 23,000; muikct
steady; light 0.10 -and (1.S0;
rough u'.K) 0.(50; anixed 0.G5
(i.bU; heavy (I.Ci 0.07 1-2;
pi-;,- 5.00 (i) 0.50.
Sheep Heccij)tj 12.000; estimat
ed for Wednesday 17,0b0; mnnkot
ftteady; unlive sheep 4.25 O.50;
western bJicep 4.75 O.CO; native
Inmlis 5.25 8.10; western lambs
Clevolnud, AH"il 2. Jlos-i
Higher; rec-oipts 2 cars., shipments
1,000; yoikerh 0.00 (n) 0.03; ancdi
uius and honvic li 7(0 0,05;
Ik'sI pif-'s 0.00 (a (5.03; iitags and
jwijjha 4 0.10.
Calvos-Sti-onp;,, receipts 200.gvod
to extra 7,75 (a) 8; lvst uuelinngcd.
.Slicep ami lambs Strong, re
ceipts 4 eaiti unenangea.
receipts 4 cars,
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New Yorki April 2. Eggs Ito
coipls -!it,9'14 package, easier.
Nearby white fancy 10 1-2 20;
oxtra mixed 18 (a) 111: western ox.
1ra firsts 17; firsts 10 1-2; south-
ori) 10 1-2.
''" J"' " I
I DR. KINO'S I
FOR COUGHS and COLDS.
FOR WEAK, SORE LUNGS, ASTHMA,
BRONCHITIS, J HEMORRHAGES
THROAT and LUNG
I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as the grandest medicine of
modern times. One bottle completely cured mo of a very bad
cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments.
EARL SHAMBURG, Codell. Kas.
PRICE SOo AND Sl.00
3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C
Tho amount of money yon
havo lost by keeping your
spare rooms vacant so long.
A largo Bum is it not? Mako
up your mind that you will
lose money no' longer in this
way. Have your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost you 50 cents.
Your room will then bo
ronted. Cheap commission to
pay, is it not?
Phone ads to No. 9 either
WANT43D A girl'ror ge.icial house
work. No cliililion, no washing.
Good wages. Apply 221! S. Green
wood street. Citizens phono 1117.
woman to do dishwashing for ono
week. Afternoon nnd evenings nt
tho Free Lectin cs on Cooking to
ho given at ho V. AI. C. A. Rulld.
Ing, commencing Wednesday, April
3rd. (Seo largo ads In this paper.)
Light work and good pay. Apply
at the Y. M. C. A. on Wednes
day morning between ten and olev.
WALTER HAjKLU & CO., Ltd.
Bright TonnK burinosxrolli en Kraxualivi arc In Krrnt
ritmamf. boaieor tho 3VU)euiplo)t r wo unr nn
railing tin us dally forfciuh ininnt Kilarlm of (huh
$1 JuO w 1th nplPUdld m4pcrtft lor advancement. AImi
u-nlni fur hUjh Bradi Ofili n Mamu'ura. Audltont
nud Aoi-ountanuat l(XO-$tV) nnd for inni lint tux
mniH-jr to Im cut llh tliclrf on Icon. ODIicalnlJ tltlca
II rile " luilitii MaUnR JwUloli ilttlrtHl,
HAPqOOpsanc.) Ujaln t nrokcrs.
1128 Park Building, Pittsburg.
'OR SALB-3 -raoaorn houses on
airard Avonue (cast side) botween
Dcllofontulne Avoiiuo and Columbia
street. lmiulro 117 1-2 South
Main street or Cltlzons' Phont
'OR SALC-A NO. 8 cook stovo,
good as new, oal or wood. Just
half price, 5G9 U. Cnurch, or ad.
dress S., caro Mirror. tt
FOR SALL A bedroom suit, springs
and mattiess, In good condition,
and will soil cheap. Call at 121
Garden Street. 3.30-3t
FOR SALE A good general purposo
mare. Call at 139 1.2 North Main
C. C. KIKUT55.
WANTED Moro Tenchers, Hook
kecpers, Stouographcrs and Clerks
to enter THD SCHOOL OF COM.
MERCE. Ten enrolled Monday.
Offlco open every ovenlng. Call
or phono Citizens 1700.
WANTED-Moro NlghU Shorthand
etudonts nt THE SCHOOL OF
COMiMERCE. Flvo entered .Mon
day evening. No night Shorthand
studonls admltteil after this wcok.
Call or phono Citizens phono 1790.
WANTED 1000 head of horses nnd
mules for the consigned sale, April
10, 1907, at Crow barn.
MONNKOVTB & SECKEL.
FREE Business course to a capablo
young man, who would like to
work short time mornings and
evenings, at the Marlon Business
Collogo. Good opportunity, Call
or phone us. Citizens phono, 1050,
Bell phone, 214 y.
3j27-7t E. D. ORIM, President.
WirWANT lYonr horses iiiul mulTis
GOOD FAUM L'OH ItDNT About
203 acres, only 4 1-2 miles south
of Marion. This Is a money mak
er. Seo us at once.
CIIASU RL'AL ISTATE CO.
I-'GK HUNT Seven room house, Dlx
avenue. Gas, drilled well and
cistern. Call Citizens phone 1287.
A NTDU Carpets and rugs to
weave. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Daisy Pairlsh, Njc street, ono
block south of Bennett.
PUBLIC SALE Tho undersigned
will hell nt public sale at what is
lommoiily known as Uic Fred
Kiauer farm, 7 1-2 miles southeast
of Minion on Canaan Pike, Thurs
day, Apiil 1th, commencing at
12:30 p. m., It brood sows, 5
milch cows, young cuttle, work
horses, farming Implements, etc.
3-28-Ct FRENCH CROW.
PUULIC SALE At lato resfdenco of
John M. Ritzier, on LcRoy Owens
farm, four miles south of Marlon
on C. D. & M., Friday, April 5;
Seven head, good work horses,
eight head of cows and calves,
forty-eight head of hogs, seventeen
head of fine breeding owes with
lambs by side, one hundred hens,
complete lino of farm Implements
and household goods, all practic
FIXRA M IUTZLUR,
Hy Charles G. Ritzier.
M. W. PENDLETON House mover,
louitud at S. I. Cubob' residence,
isro. 303 corner Columbia street
anil Olney Avenue. Citizens
Phone 17C7. 3-27-fitpd
Fine residenco, modern, ...,$7500
Good lot on East Oenlcr.... $500
Houso. 6 rooms on Fcad Street
House and lot on Boulevard $1700
9 lots West End, sell separately
or together, houso and barp
and lot central only .... $1600
Fine largo farm, grain
Numerous others for salo and
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
At a Bargain
7 rooms, cellar, well, cistern and
gas, chandeliers, papered, ready to
occupy. Park Boulovard ... $1700
Bapk Boulovard .. $1660
Blaine Avenuo .... $1650
Blalno Avenuo .... $1700
Blaino Avonuo .... $1800
Park Boulovard .... $1000
Gruid Avonuo .,,. $1000
Grand Avonue .... $1000
Grand Avenue .... $1599
Bennett street .... $1209
Nvo street $1400
Fles Avenue $1609
Pies AvWuo $1609
Prospect street .... $2009
Waterloo Street .... $909
H. E. CARPENTER & CO.
REAL ISTATS 1011
110 1-2 South Mida At.
PRE e T O A L L
to soil. April 19(17,
iMONNKTl'fi & SUOICEL.
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