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NjM A!r. .T. P. I.udwlgi was tliu finest
or Columbus friends toduy.
Jolm B. Hivyl and son David
McMiirtrii Hayl of Onlion we'ro
giiests of Mnrion -relatives today.
iMm. OcorsO'Dron, of Olnoy Ave
nue, is III with muscular rheuma.
Mrs. lit B, Daugherty, of Roso
lAvcnuo, la spending tho week with
friends In Plndlay.
rAllfui Iouls MoK?lvy roturned tn
ftcr homo lu Scot Town today, after
FREE COOKING SCHOOL
FREE LECTURES ON COOKING
AND PR ACTIO AL DEMONSTRATION OP THE VARIOUS
USES FOR CULINARY PURPOSES OP THE
WALTER BAKER & CO., Ud.
WILL BE GIVEN BY
Miss Elizabeth K. Burr
(DOMESTIC SCIENCE DEPT. BOSTON, Y. W.- 0. A.)
AT THE i
Young Men 's Ch rist ian
Every Day T hisWeek
2:30 O'clock in
7:30 O'clock infthe Evening.
' " Samples of (MJB3 Burr's pra'qa'rations. such as Oako3, Puddings
.rkerinuea, Pudgo Scuffles, Ico Oroara, Bavarian Cream, etc.
iwill W!prvfA at? each lecture- and she will bo ploanod to answer
jm liiaft1ricay retarding 'tho mmo, A different monu will be
Tffftpard' arid served at each lecturo.
'A, special frco lecturo for children will bo given Saturday
mprriinsv A'pril Oth at 10 0 'click. Every child attending this
lectwe will be presented with a Walter Baker Souvenir,
Sample cakes of tho Walter, Baker Premium No, 1 Ohocolato,
the Vanilla Sweet Ohocolato and little Wamnlo cans' of the
Breakfast Cocoa, also a book of "Choice Ohocolato Recipes"
will, bo presented to all persons attending these lectures, and
'all, who arc interested in scientific cooking should not fail to
attend, as they aro j , :-
FREE TO ALL.
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For Infants arid ChiidfQ
The Kind You Have
fat CtMTAUB SOMMNr, HCW TOHK CtTT.
a pleasant Islt with relatives.
Mib. L. V. Thomas has leturned
home from Ashland wheio shn madn
an extenslvo visit with relatives.
(Mrs. (i. T, Ijuifcilnn, ot Xllncliu
uatl, Ohio, Is vIsKIiik .Mr. anil Mrs.
.1. I LuiiwIk at tho PllKi'lm Inn.
Miss Hazel Leffler, of South Green,
wood street, leturned yesterday from
a short visit with relatives In Co
.Mks JlaHlia Oieser of South
l'msju'et htitvt Jias lelurned i'lom
a shoit visit' wilU friends at Cin
einniVi. Covinutoii and Newpoit.
HQS QYSPEPSIA TABLETS
?lnvi. Indlnenlton mid Ktom-icli Trnultl
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think I am filled with any low-down
prldo, but If you will let mo havo the
price of a stock exchange neat 6n rny
note, nnd will glvo me tho chanco,
when I get tho hang of tho ropes, to
handle some of the firm's orders, I
shall bo Just aa much beholden to you
and Jim, slf, atid shall feel a lot bet
1 I'.new what Hob meant; so did
father, and we were glad enough to do
what ho asked, father Insisting on
making tho seat price In tho form of
a present, after explaining to us that
n foundation stock exchango rule pro
hibited an applicant from borrowing
tho seat price. Four years after Hob
Hiownley entered tho stock exchango
he had paid back the forty thousand,
with Interest, and not only had u snug
fifty thousand to his credit on Itnn
dolph & Randolph's books, but was
sending homo six thousand 11 sear
whllo living up to, as ho Jokingly put
It, "an honest man's notch." I may
say In passing, that a Wall htrcet
man's notch would make twlco six
thousand yearly earnings cast an un
certain shadow at Christmas time.
Hob was tho favorite of the exchange,
,as hothad 'been tho pet at school and
utr college, and had his hands lull of
business 300 days In the ear. He
.aides Randolph & Randolph's choicest
commissions, ho hnd the confidential
ordersl'bf two of the heavy plunging
I had Just passed my thirty-second
birthday when my kind old dial slid
denlytjlled. For tho previous six years
1 had "boeti getting leady for such an
event; thatls, Iliad grown accustomed
to Jiqaring.,my, father say: "Jim, don't
let any grass grow In getting tho hang
of every branch of our biibtness, so
that when anything happens to mo
there will be no disturbance In 'the
Street' In regard to Randolph & Ran
dolph's affairs. I want to let the woild
know as soon as possible thnt after I
am gone our business will run as It al
ways has. So I will woik you Into my
directorships In thoso companies whore
"Jim If Those Microbes Ever Qet Un
wo hnvo lntorests nnd gradually put
)ou Into my dlffeient trusteeships."
Thus at father's death thoro waB not
a ripple In our nffalis and none of tho
stocks known as "Tho Randolph's"
fluttered a point becnusa of that, to the
financial world, momentous event. I
inherited all of fathor's foituno other
than four millions, which ho divided
up among lolatlves and clmrltlos, and
took command of a business that gavo
mo an Income of two millions and a
half a year.
Onco moro I begged Hob to como
Into tho firm.
"Not yet, Jim," ho replied, "I'vo got
my seat and about a bundled thousand
capital, and I want to feol that I'm
freo to kick my hools until I havo
raked together en oven million all of
my own making; then I'll settle down
with you, old man, and hold my handle
of tho plow, and If Bomo goocl girl hap
pons along about that time well, then
It will be.f 'An ivy-colored cot' for
Ho laughed, and I laughed, too. nob
was looked upon by ull his frtondsas
a bad caso of .woman-shy. No woman,
young or old, who had In any way
crossed Hob's '01 bit but had felt that
fascination,' delicious to all womeu, In
the presence of:
A soul by honor schooled,
A beail by pusaloh ruled"
but ho npvor sepmed to seo It. As my
wlfo for I had been three years mar
ried, and had 'two little Randolphs to
show that Upth Kathoiino Ulalr and I
(mow whaf. marriage was for never
tired of Baying, "Poor Hob! He's1
1 , rr, vyyi if, cv tsx sirfssssrrsyss.
womari-bltnd, atid 'It looks as though
ho would never get his sight In that
direction." , t
"Then again, Jim," ho continued lxl
a tono of great seriousness, "there's a
little secret I havo never let even yo;i
Into, The truth Is I am not safe yet
not safe to speak for the old house of
Randolph Rahdolbh, Yes, you may
laugh you who are! and alwas have
been, as staunch nu'd steady as the old
bronzo John Harvard In the yard, you
who know'Monday mornings Just what
you aro going to 'tlo Saturday night
and all tho days' and nights hi be
tween, and who always do It. Jim, 1
have found since I have been over or
tho floor that the Boulliern gambling
blood that made by giandfather, oc
one of his trips back from Now York,
though ho had more land uud slaves
than ho eOuld Use, stake his laud and
slavct yes, nnd grandmother's too
on a card game, and lose, and chango
the whole faco of tho llrownley des
tiny thoso same"gambllng microbes
aro In my blood, and ft hen they begin
to claw and gnaw, t wa nt to do some
thing; and, Jim" , and tho big brown
eyes suddenly shoHspaiks "It thoso
microbes ever got Unleashed, there'll
bo mischief to paym the floor suro
I hero will!"
Hob's handsomo head was thrown
back; his thin nqstills dilated as
though thcro wns in them tho bicath
of conflict. Tho lips weio drawn
across the whlto teeth with Just part
enough to bIiuw their edges, and In
the depths of trie eyes was a dark-red
hlazo that somehow, gao tho Impres
sion one gets in' looking down some
long uvcniio of black 11 1 tho Instant a
locomotive headlight rounds) a curve at
Twlco before, wayback In our col
lego days, I had had a prep at this
gambling tempter of Hob's. Onco In a
poker gamo In our, rooms, when a
crowd of Now York' classmates tried
to run him out of a hand by tho sheer
weight of coin. And again at tho
Pciiuot houso at New London on tho
leashed, There'll be Mischief to Pay
ove' of a varsity boat race, when a
Yalo crowd shook a big wad of money
nnd tauntB at Hob until with a yell he
loft his usually well-leaded feet and
frightened mo, whoso allowanco was
dollars to Hob's cents, at tho sum total
of tho bot caids ho Blgucd before he
cleared tho 100m of Yalo money and
camo to with a white face streaming
with cold perspiration. Theso ovonts
had passed out of my memory as the
ordinary student breaks that any hot
blooded youth Is liable to make In Uko
circumstances. As I looked at Hob
that day, whllo ho tried to toll mo that
tho business of Randolph & Randolph
would not bo safe In his keoplng, 1 had
to admit to myself that I was puzzled.
I had regarded my old collego chum
not only as tho best mentally har
nessed man I had over mot, but I know
him as tho soul of honor, that honor of
tho old story-books, and I coiild not
credit his being tempted to Jeopardlzo
unfairly tho rights of property of an
other, nut It was habit wfth mo to
let Rob havo his way, nnd I did not
press him to come Into our Arm as a
Flvo years later, during which timo
affairs, business and social, had been
slipping 'along ns well au either Hob
or I could havo asked, I was preparing
for another sit-down to show my chum
thnt the timo had now como for him
to help me In earnest, 'when a queer
thing happoned 0110 of thoso unac
cointab!o incidents that God some
times sees', fit to dron dcrosti thn Ufa.
paths of Ills children, paths heretofore
mm u j!fz
as straight and far-ahead visible us
highways along Which one lias lie
to Wolf twice to' seo where I16 is tra"C-.
cling; onb of those everits that, looked
at retrospectively, are beyond all hu
It was a beautiful July Saturday
noon and 13ob mid 1 had Just "packed
up" for the day preparatory to Joining
Mrs. Randolph on my yacht for a run
down to our place at Newport. .As we
stepped otlt of his office one of the
clerks announced that a lady had come
In and had particularly asked to sro
"Who the deuce can she-be, coming
In at this lime on Saturdayst wjion
all alivo men are In a rush to shake
the heat and dirt of business for food
nnd the good air ot all mitdoors?"
growled Hob. Then he said, "Show
Another mlnuto and he'h,ad Ids an
swer. , ,
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A lady entered. , , ((
"Mr. Hiownley?" Sho waited nn( In
stant to make sute he was the Vir
ginian. Hob bowed.
"I am Ueulah Sands, of Sands Land
ing, Vhglnla. Your people know out
people, Mr. Urownley, probably well
enough for you to place me."
"Of tho Judge Leo Sands'?" asked
Hob, as he held out his hand.
"1 Urn .liidgo Leo Sands' oldest
daughter," said the Bweetcst voice I
had over heard, one of those mellow,
ilppllug voices that start the Imagina
tion on a chase for a mocking bird,
only to bring It up at the pool be
neath tho brook-fall In quest of the
harp of moss and watercresses that
sends a bubbling cadonco into Its
eddies nnd swlils. Perhaps It was the
southern accent that nibbled off the
corners' and edges of certain words
and languidly let others mist them
selves together, that gavo It Its
luscious penetration however that
may be, It was tho most no-yesterduy-no-to-morrow
voice I had over heard.
Heforo I grew fully conscious of the
exquislto beauty of tho girl, this voice
of hers spelled Its way Into my brain
like the bicath of some bewitching
oriental essence. Nature, envlion
ment, the secuilty of u perfect mar
rlugu havo ever combined to constl
tute 1110 loyal to my chosen oi.p, yet
as 1 ritoOd slleut, like one dumb, ub
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
MKS. MARIAN BROWN
At the Home of Her
Deceased was a Former Kesldent of
This City Death Follows
Mrs. Marian Brown, nged sixty
nine yea is, eijjltt months and four
days, tormetly 11 mHiilcut ol! tins
city died at tho homo of her hor
Mr. William Brown two miles west
of l'losju-et at 112:15 o'clock Tliurs
daj afternoon. Her demise was duo
to consumption of the bowels le-
eloping after .serimis. paralytic
stroke which sho sufferd moro
than a year ago while lesiiling 111
The deceased has two sons sur
iving, 1 ho husband having "pieced
"d her in death by twelvo jean?.
The family is William Brown, at
who-o homo death occurred and
hey J. Brown employed as sta
tionary engineer at the Mason
buck yatds at Marion. Two broth
ers also survive. Thoy aro Joseph
Smith of Kichwood 'and Klisali
Smith of Dayton.
Funeral services will bo con
ducted 'f 1 0111 the lcsidcnco at 1:30
o'clock Sunday afternoon. Inter
ment will bo made in Marion com
A marringo license has boon is--.iod
to Curcy D. Fox, of Marlon,
and rda K. Frnjer, of -Prospect.
Only business of n routine nature
was considered at a woll attended
meeting of tho teachers cluli of tlm
Salem's Evangelical church hold In
lw. ..1 1. ..! . . '
i" U11HH.-H iiiiriurs yeHicniuyovon.
Daily Market Rejwri
UNION STOCK YARDS.
Union Stock Yards, Ills., April it
Cattle Recolpts 7,500; estimated
fir Friday, 3,000; market steady, 10c
lowor; prime beoves, 5.73 Sl C.7fiti
poor to medium 4.15 i? 5.C5: stook-
crs nnd feders 2.80 5; cows nnd
heifers, 3 C.25; canners, 1.G5 y
2.75; Texans, 4 4. 75.
Hogs Recolpts 18,000; estimated
for Friday, 17,000; market strong,
5c higher; light G.fiO Q COO; rough
G.55 & 0.70; mixed G.75 G.00;
heavy G.7G G.87 1.2; pigs, G.20
Sheop-Rccolpts 13,000: estimated
for Friday, 12,000; market steady,
10c higher native sheep 4.Q0 d$
G.fiO; western sheep, 5 ip G.G0; mu,
tlvo Inmbs, 5. GO 8.35; western
iambs, G 8.35. 1 --; 1
The amount of money yon
havo lost by keoping your
spare rooms vacant bo long.
A largo sum is it not? Make
up your mind that you will
lose monoy no longor in this
way. Havo your ad inserted
in The Mirror for a week,
which will cost you 50 cents.
Your room will then bo
rented. Cheap commission to
pay, is it not7
Phono ads to No. 9 eitker
WANTKDA girl rdr goueral housc-
work. ho children, no washing.
Apply 220 S. Green.
Citizens phono 1117.
WANTnn A. girl to do general
housework. Position permanent.
Hoth phonoa, 83 or Hell 35S L.,
502 S. State strict. I.ltf
PERMANENT SALARIED POSITIONS
for wtitrI ivnlljr high ftrado Mioctnlty nlmin tho
Kliiil no jnlnrjr offer would onllimtllr Intcreit-mrn
uliiicnneiru $.Hit-$M!j a )tnr Dllln(t lilKh eradn
tr idi wo ran oirrr cxrplli nt proposition with oomo
nr the Inrvc, well known liuil.cn o aro rrrlnir.
rltn UA trhlnr ftfntlnt. t.rfu.rli.t.i'A nhrf naln.v .1...
lni. onicc In U cltlc't. L'oiifliltntUil tenUifor
tfirii finir emttttntfil.
A.13 Vtllllnmiim lildu., DevcianJ
1128 Park Building, Pittsburg.
"OR SALE-A No. 8 cook stove,
good as now, coal or wood. Just
half price, 5C9 E. Church, or ad.
dress S., care Mirror. tf
OR SALE A good general purposo
mare. Call at 13! 1.2 North .Main
street. C. C. KIEUT..
WANTnn atoro Teachers, Book
keepers, Stenographers and Clerks
to entor THE SCHOOL OF COM
MERCE. Ten enrolled Monday.
Office open every evening. Call
or phone Citizens 1790.
FOR SALE-A. big lot of""sceond
lnind umbrellas at 25c each and
up. Fogelson's Repair shop.
FOR SALE House or 7 rooms, 843
Mound stieet. Water and gas In
house, good well, cistern and waste
wntcr sink In kitchen. Sidewalk
paid for. 1 dozen fruit trees on
lot. Price ?1550.00. Terms to
suit purchaser. Also vacant lot
adjoining, prlco 1300.00 If sold
Qtiickly. w. E. HAKER.
WANTEO-Moro Night Shorthand
students at THE SCHOOL OF
COMMERCE. Flvo onlered Mon.
day evening. No night Shorthand
students admitted nfter this week.
Call or phone Citizens phono 1700.
AUCTIONEERINQ-J. W. Clarh
will cry sales of every description
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your interest la my
Interest. Office rooms, Court street.
Both phones, Marlon, Ohio.
fiOOD FARM FOR RENT About
200 acres, only 4 1.2 miles south
of Marion. This l3 n money mak
er. Scq us at onco.
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
Cleveland, April 1. Hogs-Htgh.
or, receipts 25 cars, shipments 800;
yorkers, mediums and heavies 7.10;
best pigs, G.00 7: stilss and rouchs
4 0 G.25.
Calves Qulot: recolnts 200r irnmi
to extra, 7.50 7.75; fair to good
'J U T, heavy and thin, 3 dp 5.
hiieop nnd lambs-Stronc.
celpts, 2 cars, unchanged.
Cattle-Steady. Recelnts 4
Pittsburg, Pa., April 4. Cattle
Supply light, steady. Choice; 5. 80
G; prlmo 3. GO 5.75; good 5.30
ST fj.liO llllv luilnlinvu r. or. ,.!,.
4,10 4.75; choice heifers. 4.75 ST
5; common to fair holfors, 3 4. GO;
nuns, 2.50 4.50; fat tows, 2 n
1.25; good to fresh .ows and sprlng-
orf., ?25 ?50; common to fair,
$1 fi $20. ' -
Sheep and lambs Supply light.
market steady. Prlmo wetnors. G.25
(ft 0.50; good mixed 5.85 G.15:
fair mixed, 5 5.50; culls' nnd com.
mon, 3 4; lambs, 0 8.50; clip.
pod sheep. 3.50 5.75; clipped
lambs, 5 '7.25r veal calves, G.50
7.25; heavy and thin, t 5.
JEogs Roclpts 10 doubledlecks;
mnrket slow. Prlmo heavy nieduni
yorkers and pigs 7.15; rough, 5.25
G.7GJ Btngs,"4 4.50.
I Cliieiigo, 'Aprjl 4.-Wlioat 7-8
1 l-4o off Muy, sold 'between
FOR RENT Seven room hodse, jsrt'
avenue Cos, drilled well aM
cistern. Call Citizens pnone 1287.'
Pino residence, modern, ITwW
Good lot on East Center. . ...' $600
House. G rooms on Poal Stceet ,
Heine and lot on Boulevard I
-.... -- - . - - . .
0 lofc West End. sell separately
or loffcther, house and vbartfc
and central only .... .?1POO
Pino largo arm, grain rent.
Numerous otherVfor sale and rent.
CHASE ROAN, ESTATE CO.
At a Bargain
7 rooms, cellar, well, cistern and
gas, chandeliers, papered ready to
occupy. Park Boulevard ... $1700
rooms Park Boulevard
rooms Blaine Avenue .
rooms Blame Avenue
G tooms Bennett stVot .... $1200
7 rooms Nyo street S1400
7 rooms Pics AvenuoV ilGOO
8 rooms Pics Avenue . . . . $1600
7 rooms Prospoct street. ,.$2000
5 rooms Waterloo Strect... $900
H. E. CARPENTER & CO.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
110 1-2 South Main St.
Home Phono 1C02 Bell 48
Offico with Pred W. Peters.
' An UnnalialJ
$1?20 per week
paysny loan und
131 1-2 E. Center St.
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
No Mnttor Where- Looated.
Properties and Business of oil klnii
Bold quickly for cash in all parts
of tho United States. Don't wak.,
Write today describing what you
havo to sell and givo cash prict Oft
IF YOU WAN! TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Z
tate anywhero at any price writ
mo your requirements. I can tava
you timo and money.
DAVID P. TAPF,
THE LAND HAN.
415 Kansas Avonuo
75 1-2 vmd 7(1 3-S; opening1 at 70
U-S; and closing at 73 C-8; July
between 77 1-4 nnd 78 1-2; open
iue; al 7S and closing .it 77 3-4;
No. 2 iicd winter 70 (D 70 1-4.
Com-1-8 (a) 1-4 off; May sold
between 43 3-1 and 43 fl-S; opon
ine; at 45 Il-S nnd clcisinjr at 45
:t-8.; 1 uly holween 45 3-4 nnd 40
1-8; opt'iiitifr at 43 3-i and closing
al 45 7-8; No. 3 yd low 41 3-4 and
. Oats 1-S and 3-Sc lowor. May
s-old hclvtcou 41 1-2 and 42;
openiusr t 41 3-1 mid closing at
42; .Inly between r(l 5-S mul 37
1-8) opening at 37 nnd closing; nt
3(1 7-S; No. 2 white 43.
Toledo,, April 4. -.Wheat-Cash
77; .May 78 3-S; July 70 7-8; Sen
I ember 80 5-S. l
Corn-Cash 45 1-4; May 45 3-4;
July 471-K; Septomber'47 3-l.
vans l,.sil -li .1-4; May 4'J J.O',
July 38 3-4; .September 34.
Chuorsoed Oa.sli i).5; April -8.05;
Oetobec fi.87 l.- ,im r
Prime tinlytliy 2 1-2 1-2, ' '
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NEW YORK PRODUCE. ,
New Ynrk Am-n t.. .
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celpts 3I.CS2 packages, -rnier. Near.
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18 1.2; western extra firsts 17 V-4
, "17 31; firsts 1G 1J ic 3-4.
Rnnllioi-n Hit o iri ip. o i u ;
Southern, 14 1-2 1G 3-4,
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