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Are Awarded to Artists
by Carnegie Institute.
Exercises of the Institute are Begun
Many Distinguished Visitors
from Europe are Present.
Pittsburg, April 12. Tho formal re
dedication exercises ThtirBday of tbd
enlarged Carnegie Institute of Pitts
burg, valued at 10,000,000 and one ol
the most beautiful and complete in
stitutes of Its kind In the world, were
brought to a close for the duy with
the announcement of the prize win
ners. In the International nrt exhibi
tion. Following are the successful paint
era, amount of awards and titles of
First prize Gold medal nild $1,500
-Gaston La. Touche, Paris, France,
Second prize Silver medal and
$1,000 ThOmas Eaklns, Philadelphia,
"Professor Leslie V. Miller."
Third prize Bronze medal and
$500 Olga De Bozenauskn, Paris,
France, portrait of a woman. I
Last night the foreign and American-
guest:) attended a concert given
In their honor by the Pittsburg or-l
chestrn, directed by Mr. Emll Paur.
The concert was the most brilliant In
thO history of the orchestra.
The ceremonies yesterday while
elaborate, were marked with simplic
ity. Addressed wore delivered by
Theodore Von Moeller, minister of
Btate, Germany; Paul Doumer, ex
Bpeaker of the chamber of deputies,
Paris; Androw Carnegie, Baron D'Es
totirnelles De Constant, member of .
the senate, Paris, and Dr. John Rhys, I
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,,..uwj.. i uCu uU.,tt,r, um.u.Bii,
Rev. E. S. Roberts, vice chancellor
of tho University of Cambridge, En
gland, delivered the invocation.
A letter of regret was read from
President Roosevelt. In his letter the
president praised Mr. Caruegle for his
great gift to science and education.
During the exercises the president
was referred to as the "great peace
maker" and vociferous applause greet
ed every mention of his name.
Minister of State Von Moeller paid
a glowing tribute to Mr. Carnegie In
his address, "the popular significance
of the Carnegie Institute." He said
his presence hero wus ns a. message of
good will from tho German emperor,
the German subjects and himself. Ho
.said Mr. Carnegie's benevolence wan
sublime and the Pittsburg Cnrncglo
Institute one of the most wonderful
buildings ho had ever seen.
Discrimination Must Cease.
Washington, April 12. Gen. Robert
B. Drown, coinmandcr-lh-chlef of the
G. A. R., "Corporal" Tanner and vari
ous local officials of the organization
called on President Roosevelt Thurs
day in reference to tho dismissal from
the government departments of many
veterans of the civil war. or
widows, for no other cause than old
age. Some time ago the president
gave instructions that discrimination
against the veterans or their widows
Bhould cease. The president Informed
tho G, A. R. men or the Instructions
le had given and assured them that
the old soldiers should be cared for.
A, Crusade Against Liquor Sellers.
Topektf, kan., April 12. Applica
tion was made to the supreme court
Here Thursday by Attorney General
Jackson for writs of quo warranto
and Injunctions against eight brewery
companies, mostly Missouri and Wis
consin concerns, and against 11 num
ber of whisky Jobbers. It IS sought to
compel, the defendants to cease doing
business? in Kansas through tholr
agents and cold storage warehouses,
and It Is also the purpose to havo re
ceivers appointed for tho properties
Ideated in this state.
Bey Put a Log oh the Track.
YoUngstown, 0., April 12. Eugene
Fandoztl, the 9-year-old Struthers boy
who was arrested for trying' to wreck
Pennsylvania trains, said he put a log
oh the, track because he wanted to
sed what tho train would do when it
hit the log. "Nobody helped me," said
. the lad. "I didn't tell father because I
knew hli would whip me with a strap."
The boy"' has been turndd over to the
probation officer for safekeeping.
Prices of, Gasoline are Raised,
Cleveland, April 12. The Standnrd
Oil Co. again boosted the price of
common grades of gasoline Thursday,
Increasing deodorized "red crown''
one Cent, to 17& cents a gallon, and
jf.ykrnish makers' and painters' naphtha
ttroiri' 16, tb 10J4 dents " gallon."
, $ffln,ere is no change in 80 degree gaso
tlhw, which' now sells at 2i cents a
jjyj 1 J n 'i
M'u9f'-.Lawyers Claim He's Crazy.
D frOlMtabuaJ Q April 12. Tho case
,;, P'r ;Haugh, tho Daytori mur'dorer,
(J ,!.' knpied Thursday before the1 state
t ,ei ip ,of .pardons. The attorneys for
'' lYnUffh ,CbUrri thr he is insane and
. ?f, MIMed by the court should not bo
'J immiUi& TM board reserved its do-
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"JS&mwoth O,, Alirli l2.--Tlioiimn DUx
n,''ged, '45; died horo Thursday af
"'itaP aOweek's'lllnoaft. "with cerebrn-
MMl.iRerilnsjtls. ' Pliyaclaiis.who'at
jaJliae(lhhiiisaj: ,tt)tt) ;ltwas. of a npor-
ilic imtur diiu u not contagious. - I
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DEPOSED FROM THE MINISTRY.!
Curate of an Episcopal dhurch In
New York City Is'PUnlined'fdr Be-j
Ing Pound In Bad Company, j
rsew Yorki April uy Rev,1 Howard
Vbfki April 12-Rev,UIoward
curate of St. Matthew's Eplsco-
irch, what was arrested by the
police at a ,house In the Tenderloin
district Mnrch 12, where ho had gone
In tho company of a negro womnn,
wns on Thursday deposed from the
ministry by Bishop Greer, following a
rehurt by a conihilttce Of Inquiry ap
pointed to Investigate the conduct of
tile prufcher dnthu occasion In qui's
tlotu The committee reported that
the curate had violated Ills sixth or
dination vow, which requires that a
clurgyiilnh "an far ns In him lies shall
make himself a wholesome example
and pattern to tho flock of Christ."
llev. Mears, while asserting that ho
was not actuated by any wrong mo
tlve In visiting tho house In tho Ten
derloin and that his presence there
was with a view of making sociologi
cal Investigations, accepted the com
mittee's findings, declared in writing
his retlunclutlon of the ministry and
fnrwnrdsd his ro.Mgnntlon to Bishop
Greer, who then deposed him.
The magistrate before whom Mears
Was arraigned following his urrest ac
cepted his explanation of his presence
In the Tenderloin and he Whs dis
charged. JUST BY THE WAY.
The no! toil cotnprcss at Clilckaslut,
1. T together with a large amount of
cotton was destroyed by the, causing
u loss Of $0.-0,00(1.
The Pennsylvania house of repre
sentatives has passed, by a vote of
1HS to 25, a hill taxing anthracite coal
three cents a ton. A provision to tax
bituminous coal was stricken out.
Emlle Henolst, banker of Paris,
was shot and killed In the olllcc of a
financial newspaper of which he was
the editor. The assassin was a dis
contented customer named Carrolt.
A dispatch from Nassau, DaliamuR,
reports the rescue of the crow of ten
men of the British barkentlno Tryldad
after the crew had clung to the rig-
glng of tholr slowly sinking ship for
nearly six days.
At Syracuse, N. Y the Jury In the
Wiiuc ui uie huvuiuiuuui iiftuuisk iii;
N(JW Y()rk Centrn
with giving rebates to tho General
Electric Co., reported that It could
not agree and was discharged.
Passed an Antl-Saloon Bill.
Springfield, 111., April 12. The
Hlghwood untl-saloon bill, a meastirn
that prohibits tho sale of liquor with
in a mile nud one-eighth of any mili
tary post or nuval station In the state,
passed the Illinois house Thursdny
by a vote of 100 to 0. The bill now
goo to the senate. Residents or
towns adjacent to Fort Sheridan have
complained regarding the action or
.soldiers several times and the effort
to enact n law prohibiting the sale of
liquor within the zono provided in the
Hlghwood nntl-saloou bill Is the re
sult. Missouri Lawmakers Endorse Bryan.
Jefferson City, Mo., April 12. In
the Missouri house Thursday a reso
lution endorsing President Roosevelt
for his stand against unprincipled ma
nipulation of 'wealth was Introduced
bud tallied arter.lt had been amended
so as to read that It was tho sense
ot the republican members that
Roosevolt should run for president
' "Bain, A resolution lauding W. J.
uryuu anu uuciunng unit rresiuent
Roosevelt should retire to make way
tor Bryan was adopted.
Favrot Goes Free,
llaton Rouge, La., April 12. Con
gressman George K. FuVrot was set
free last night after having been in
Jail for live months on n charge of
murder and awaiting action of a
grand Jury. On Thursday tho second
grand Jurv refused to Indict Favrot,
who last November shot and killed
Dr. R. II. Aldrlch.
A Big Bonfire of Lottery Tickets.
San Antonio, Tex., April 12. Ten
million lottery tickets, representing if
they had been sold at faco value $5,
000,000 and which cost ovor $10,000
to lithograph, wore fed to tho furnace
at the federal building Thursday,
Thcso are the tickets captured in this
city April 21, 1905.
Sued for $90,000 Damages.
Loxlngton, Ky April 12. Suit was
filed Thursday at Jnckson by tho
heirs of Dr. 13. D. Co, demanding
$90,000 damages from Judge James
Hargls, Ed Callahan, Ashury Splcer,
John Smith and John Abnor, for al
leged responsibility for the assassina
tion of Dr. Cox.
Drew a 99-Year Sentence.
Joplln, Mo., April 12. Fred W.
Tr6y, a traveling photographer who
shot, dnd killed his- wife and mortally
wounded Ralph Guln In this city New
Year's day, pleaded guilty to second
degree murder Thursday and was sen
tenced to 99 years in tho penitentiary.
Sues for $20,000 Damages.
Marysvlllo, 0(April 12. Rurton C,
DeWltt Is suing Edward Moore In
conlmon pleas court for $20,000 dam-
hges for the alienation of the affec-
nun, ui vutTius who, Aioore js a
wealthy farmer. Ho is a' deacon In
tho church and a justice of the peace.
Mooro'a wife died about a year ago,
but DeWltt claims that Improper re
lations betweon Moore and Mrs. be
Witt havo been sustained about fou
Postal Clerk Injured by Explosion,
St.- Louis, April 12. A mail pack
vie apparently- containing dynamite
"tplodod while 1 wan being starad
ii tho st, Lotus ptujtofflco Thursday.
'ho explosion Jilew away a finger and
Uumb, ,of John G. Bayar, .the clorjt
vho Was, 'BtamplnB-theTpnckaKO., 1
'i-add of the, contont.i yd all. tho ad
iress excepting tun waras vindopend
ALL WAS FISH
. . . , .
That Came IntO BlflPPf
H"1' gallic '" UlllgCI
HELD UPTHE CLERK
Of a Congressional Committee and
Compelled the Man to Divide
His Salary with Hcrmarin.
Washington April 12. The exami
nation or lllngor Hermann, which" has
occupied the past seven dnya of hla
trial for destroying public records,
was concluded Thursdny and tho trial
adjourned until Monday, when the de
fense will continue Its case.
Mr. Hermann admitted that ha re
quired Mr. Robertson to divide his
salary as clerk to tho committed on
arid lands of tho houso of represent
atives, of which Mr. Hermann Nvns
chairman beforo he becamo cOmmls-slonto-
of the land office. lie was al
lowed to explain Hint ho look this
money to pay another clerk who came
to his house two or threo times a
The dereudnnt nlso admitted his sig
nature to vouchers which set forth
that he had received payment from
the government at the rate of $1! u duy
for subsistence during each of his an
nual vacation trips to Oregon, mndo
while he was commissioner. He ex
plained that Im combined business
with vacation on these dips.
During his redirect ex'anilnntlon,
Mr. Hermann said he had acquired
3,000 acres or land, Instead or 110,000
as was previously staled, while he
was receiver of tlitt Reselling land of
fice in 1872. For this land he nald
S1.2& an acre, held It. as a sheen and
cattle ranch for many yearn and then
sold It for $2 an acre.
A Repentant Murderer Surrenders.
Los Angeles, April 12. A man
about 45 years old, tiavelstulned nnd
weary, claiming to bo George W.
Hundrlck, appeared Thursday In Dow
ney, Oil., near heio, and surrendered
to the authorities, asserting that he
had killed John Shroedor In Raines,
(An., In 1902. Ho said he had been ar
rested In Georgia, tried, convicted and
sentenced to hang, but had escaped
from Jail ut Amerlciis by overpower
ing his guards. He said he was weary
.if being pursued and wanted to be
taken back and hanged for his crime.
More Pay for Telegraphers.
Cincinnati, April 12. Through an
agreement announced Thursday 300
telegraphers, Including evory operator
on the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
railway, will receive an Increnso In
salary ranging from 5 to 20 per cent.
Tho ugreemont, which will cost tho
railroad about $20,000 annually, waB
the result of conferences between the
railroad ofllnlals and a committee
from the Order of Railway Telegraph
ers, Explosion was Fatal to Three.
Ucntlyvlllo, Ky April 12. E. B.
Montgomery, his 10-year-old son nnd
Roily Hail, all mlno workers, were
fatally Injured Thursday by an explo
sion of powder nt Rlclmrdson's coal
mlno. A spark from Montgomery's
mining lamp fell upon a keg ot blast
ing powder which he was carrying.
Captured Eight Smuggled Japs.
El Paso, Tex,, April 12. Inspector
Schumiicker, In charge or tho immi
gration oiuce nere, una receivoa a
telegram telling of tho capture ot
eight smuggled Japanese Five were
eaughl at Fort Worth, one at Pdcos
and two at Albuquerque, N. M.
Trial of Rebate Case Begins.
Minneapolis, Minn., April 12. The
Wisconsin Central Railroad Co., in
dicted on 17 counts for giving rebates
to the Spancer Grain Co., was placed
on trial Thursday in Judge Morris'
Railroads Will Accept New Rules.
Columbus, O., April 12. Indications
are that Iho railroads of the state will
accept tho car servlco rules as lold
down liy the stale railroad commla
sloii. Ono of tho loading traffic men
of tho stato said Thursday that there
seemed' to bo nothing that tho roads
could do, and thut they would accept
I he rules" and.place them In force May
15, tho dato sot liy tho cqmmlssiop for
them to take effect. Tho Ohio Ship
pers' association has arranged for
printing 5,000 coplds of the new rules
uhd they will be seitt to all memberfl
of the association within a few days.
Burglars Were Well Rewarded.
'Cleveland, April 12. Burglars eh
tared the homo of "Czar" Harry Bern
stein nt 380 AVoodland avenue, Wed
nesday night and took not only sev
eral hundred dollars' worth of his
Jewelry find monoy, but carted off
valuable silk, and Jacoi gowna in tho
trunks 6ftvb guests. Tho total loss
la"reiorted -to-bo $62ni ''Raffles" ll
who tiianlpiUates the; duplicate key,, is
accused of the Job; for Ihu dodrs were
found wldo open Thursday morning.
uun iuunn worn not. injureu, now
ovor, nqr could any marks bo found
about the windows. t
Many Strikers Return to Work.
Lorain, O., April 12. Many men
who had been on strike returned to
wprk In tlib shipyards Thursday morn
ing. Superintendent La Marcho, of
tho shipyards, claimed at noon that
330 had returned during' tho morning.
This makes a total loss to strikers of
500 men; all uqw at work, La Marcho
claims,, At the beginning of the.
ntrike 1.8p0 men wont, out. Relief
ntonav was received for strikers from
luauouai ueaaquarters Thursday,
jr L 4 A ""
Of examination,, of , applicants for
Police and Fire DepartmcntSt
; iNotlco is hereby glven that tho
Board M Public -Safety of the City
of Marlon, Ohio, will hold an. ex
amination ot applicants for Pollco
nnd Fire Departments of said City
at Council Chamber In the Hnbor
Building, beginning at '10 o'clock .
M., Tuesday, April, 1C, 1907.
W1ULIAM FIE9, Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO's 1C. To proceed
Itli the Improvement of Pearl Street
from Bcllefontnlrto Avenue south to
Prospect Street. '
Be.lt ordained by tho Council of
tho City of Marion, State of Ohio:
Scctlod 1. That it Is hereby de.
elded by the Council of tho City of
Marlon, Ohio, IhYee.fourthB or nil
the members elected v thereto concur
ring, to proceed 'with tho Improve,
ment of Pearl Street from Bellcfon
tnlno Avenuo south to Prospect
Street In accordance with a resolu
tion Mr that purpose passed on tho
21st dny of January, 1907, by said
Council and being known uh Reso
lution No. 3; and' In accordance
with the plans, BrSeclflcatlons, estl.
mates and profiles Jicrctof010 "P
proved nnd now oh file In tho offlco
of the department or public service.
Sec. 2. That all claims for dam.
ages therefrom Hhnll bo Judicially
inquired Into beforo the commence,
ment of tho proposed Improvement,
nnd the City Solicitor be and lie is
hereby authorized nnd directed to in
stitute proceedings in a court of
competent Jurisdiction to Inquire in.
to such claims.
Sec. 3. That tho whole c6st or
said Improvement less onc.flftletli
fhcreor, and tho cost of interscc
Mons shall be assessed by tho x root
rrotitngo upon all lots and lands
bounding ami abutting upon said im.
ptovement between Hellorontalno
Avenue and Prospect Street which
ialil lots and lands are hereby de.
ternilneJ to bo" especially bcnolUcd
by itald Improvement; nnd the cost
ol said Improvement shall Include
the expense of prlhtlng, publishing
and service of notices, resolutions,
ordinances required the cost of Issu
ing (he same, Issued In anticipation
6t Iho collection of the assessment
to be levied fdr Hald improvement,
Interest and all other necessnry ex',
pcndlturrs. ' J'
Sec. 4. That the assessments so
to bolovled shall bo paid In flvo nn
nunl installments with Interest on
deterred paymentsnot to exceed six
(IS) per cent, jicf" annum, paynblo
semi-annually, provided that the
owner ot any property may, at Ui
option, pay such 'aflsessment , or any
number of Installments thereof at
any time after said assessment has
bten levied with Interest to tho
seml-annunl Interest day of said
bonds next following tho last pay
ment. Sec. 5. Bonds or notes of the
City of tfnrlon, Ohio, shall ho Is
sued In anticipation or tho collection
or the 'assessments by Installments,
and In an amount equal thereto.
Sec. C. That the remainder ot tho
entire cost or said Improvement
shall be paid by the Issuanco of
bonds In the manner provided ly
Sec. 7. That said improvement
shall be of flrst.class sower plpo,
with tho necessary catch-basins, man
holes, etc., and the following mater,
lols may be bid upon therefor: First
class sewer plpo.
Sec. 8. -That tho Board of Pub
ic Servlco bo and aro hereby author
led nnd ' directed to mako nnd ex
ecuto n contract for said Improve,
ment to the lowest and best bidder
after the advertisement according
Sec. 9. This ordlnanco shall bo
R force and 'take effect from and
aftor tho earliest period allowed by
Passed April 1, 1907.
J. K. PHILLIPS,
President Pro Tom of City Council.
Appoved by the Mayor, Louis
Attest: William Fics; City Clerk.
Star 4.4-11.07. Mirror 4 fi 12 07
RESOLUTION NO, 20. Declaring
It necessary to Improve Marys street
from first alley north of Silver
street to silk mill property .by con
structing a sanitary sewer and eel.
lar drain with tho necessary catch
basins, and ot a sultabio slzo, deter,
mining tho general niituro of tho
proposed improvement, tho grade
horcof nnd approving ''plans), speci
fications and profllos therbf.
Be 11 resolved by tho Council ot
tho City of Marlon, Stato of Ohio,
'hrfao fourths of all tho members
eledted thereto concurring.
A. That it ffheroby declared nec
essary to improvo Marys Btreet first
alloy north of Silver strcot to silk
mill property, constructing a sani
tary newer and collar-drain, of suit
able slzo and dlmonoionq, therein-,
with the necessary catch-basins, Iri
acWdauce with plans, BpeoIflcatlonB,
estimates and profiles ot , tho. pro.
posed improvement nronared hv the
tilty Engineer and now on file In IHo
offlco of the Board of Public Servlco
winch aro hcroby approved,
B. That tho grade of said street
& Improved shall bo tts shown ori
the plans and specifications.
O. That the whole cost of said.
Improvement less on6-flftIeth , there--
of, and thq eost oj Intersection ohall
uv juweeaeil oy tllO foot frOttU;
upoh tho folldwinir described " loti
and lands, to.wlt; all lots awl lands
lpUndiiiy and putting 'umfctiwWP,
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pesed Improvement which said lots
and lands ire hereby determined to -
be especially benefited by oald ihi
provement; and that' the cost of
said Improvement' shall Incltldo thei
expenso o't preliminary and othef
surveys, and of the printing and
publishing Of! notices, resolutions
nud ordinances required,, nnd the
serving at Bald n6tlces, cost of con
struction together with tho interest
On bonds issued in anticipation of
tho collection Of tho' deferred )n
sthllments of assessments,' find o'thor
necessary expenses. ' , j
D. That tho assessment so to h'o
levied shall be paid In five annual
Installments with interest on lie.
fcrrcd payments find not 'to cxdoed
six (0) per cent, per annum, pro
viding that tho owner of any prop.
.orty assessed may nt his option ))ay
ifuuii uaauoHiiiuiiiM in Clisii, or any
number of Inlnllnicntrt of the silmo
at any time after sitch assessment
hds'becn levied, with interest on tho
Bcml-annual Interest day of said
bonds next following tho dato of
M. That. bonds ot tho City of Mo
rion, Ohio, shrill bo Issued in an
ticipation of tho collection
ttssessmenta by Installments
any amount equal thereto.
F. That tlio remainder
entire cost shall ho paid by tho is.
sttnlico or bonds ns required by law.
Passed April 1, 1907.
- J. E. PIHLLIPS,
'President Pro Tom or City Council.
lAppoved by the Mayor, Louis
Attest: "William Fies, City Clerk.
Star 4.4-11.07. Mirror 4 5 12 07
RESOLUTION NO. 21. Declaring
P necessary to improvo Toledo aVc
nue from Silver street to Blake ave
nue, by constructing a collar' drain
Iwlth the nectSssnry catch-basins, nnd
,of a miltablo slzo, determining tho
Igonoral unturo of the proposed lm.
'provement, tho grado tbereot ulid ap
'proving plans, specifications and pro.
Bo it rcsolvod by tho Council or tho
City or Marlon, Stnto or Ohio, three,
fourths dr all tho members elecfed
A, That it is hereby declared
nccessarv to Improve Toledo avenuo
from Silver street to Blake avenUe,
constructing n collar drain, of suit
able size ami dimensions, therein,
with necessary catcll-baB!ns, In ac.
cordanco with plans, specifications,
Ustlmntes and profiles of tho pro
posed Improvement prepared by the
City Engineer and now on fllo In the
office of tho Board or Public Service
which nro hereby approved,
J3. That tho grade of said street
ai Improved sbnll be shown on the
plans and specifications.
C. That the wholo cost of sain
Improvement less one-flftletli thoro.
of, and the cost of Intersection shall
bo assessed by the foot frontage upon
tho following described lots and
lands, to-wlt: all lotB and lands
bounding and abutting upon tho pro.
posed Improvement, which said lots
and lands nro hereby determined to
be especially bnnoJUcd by said im.
provoinentj and that tho cost ot said
Improvement shall Includo tho ex
pense of preliminary nnd other mir.
veys, nnd or tho printing and pub.
llshlng or notices, resolutions nnd
ordinances required, nnd the serving
or said notices, cost or construction
together with the interest on bonds
Issued in anticipation or tho collec
tion or tho deferred Installments ot
assessments nnd other necessary ex.
I). That tho assessment so to bo
levied shall bo paid In five annual
Installments, with interest on de.
ferred pnyments and wot to exceed
six (C) per cent, per annum, pro
viding that the ownor of any prop,
erty assessed may at hl option pay
such assessments in cash, or any
number of intallments ot th0 same
at any tlmo after such assessment
has been levied, with interest on tho
seml-annunl interest day of said
bonds next following the dato of
E. That bonds or the City of Ma.
Hon, Ohio, shall be issued In antic
ipation of tho collection of tho ns.
Bcssmonts by Installments and in
any amount dqUal thoroto.
F. That tho remainder of the en.
tiro cost shall bo paid by tho issu
ance of bonds' aa required by law.
Passed April 1, 1907.
J. E. . PHILLIPS,
President Pro Tom of City Council.
Appoved by tho Mayor, Loills
Attest: William Fles, City Clerk.
Star 4.4-11.07. . Mirror 4 5 12 07
RESOLUTION 'NO 19. Declaring
it necessary' to improvo Senate nnd'
Marshall streets by constructing n
cellar drain with the necessary catch,
basins, and of a suitable slzo, do..
tormlhlnjj the genoral nature of tho.'
prpposod improvement, ' Iho grade'
thereof and approving plans, speclfl
ciitlona and prolllcs thereof.
J3e it resolved "iiy the Council ofj.
thq City of .Marion, Stato of.-dhlo,
three-fourths "of ali tho members;
elected thereto concurring 5
A, Thut it Is hereby declared
necessary t to Improve Senate streut
front? .silver street to C. II. V- & T,
H. ft. and Marshallnstreet from Sen.
nto cast to end, constructing a col
lar drain, of sultabio slzo and til.
nienslons, thoreln, with tho neces.
sary catch-baslns; In acccordano
Willi lilnnu uinMn,.r,ti,, i,t&.niUa-
with, plans, Bpeclfleatlbna, estimates
and profile's or tho proposed Improve
ment prepared by the dlty Engineer
and now on file in tho officV'Of the
BoHrd. of; Publlp oryflco "whlch'are
an Improved shall be' as shown on
the plans ana specifications.
n flint he whole fcotit . nt a(,1
improvement, less one-fiftieth there
of, nfld tho 'cost ut Intersection shall
bo assessed by the foot ' fronts' ke,
upon the following described" lots
nnd lands to-wlt: nil lot 'and lands
bounding and nbutlng upon the pro
posed improvement which said lot
mid lands are hereby determined to
bo especially benefited by said im.
provemept! and that the cost of said
Improvement shall includo tho ojt.
ppnse ',of7prcllmlnnry .nild olherj.nufc
voys.'-rfiid or the printing .and. 'pub1,
llshlng or notices, resolutions a'dtj
ordinances required nnd the serving
of said notices, coflit or construe
lion together with the Intcrcgt ort
bonds Issued In anticipation of tho
collection ot the deferred Install,
ments of assessments and other nec
D. That tho assessment "so to bo
levied shall bo paid In five annual
Installments with Interest on deferred
payments and not to exceed six (C)
per cent, per annum, providing that
tho ownqr of any property assessed
may at his option pay such assess
ments In ensb, or any number of In.
stallmenta of tho sairio at any lime
after such assessment, has been lev.
led, with Intorcst on tho semi-annual
interest day of said bonds next fol.
lowing (he date of payirient.
E. That Bonds of tho City or Ma,
rk Ohio, nhall bo Issued In antic
ipation or .tho collection ot the as.
sessmentB by Installments and In
any amount equal thereto.
F. That tho remainder of tho on.
tiro cost shall be paid by tho issu
anco ol bonds as required by law.
FnsBod April 1, 1907.
.T. E. PHILLIPS,
President Pr.o Tom of City Council,
Approved by tho Mayor, Louis
Attest: William Fles, City Clerk.
Star 4.4-11.07. Mirror 4'"5 12 07.
RESOLUTION NO. 22. Author
izing and directing tho Marlon City
Water Company, to extend ltu mains
on Slmrpless .Street, Lincoln and
Barnhart Streets and Chlcugo Ave
nue, In the City of Marlon, Ohio.
Be it resolved by the Council ot
the City of Marlon, State of Ohio:
That iho Marlon City Wnter Com.
pany be and is hereby authorized
anil directed to extend Ita water
mains on Shrtrpless Court from
CMntcr ptrcel, to tho C. C. C & St.
tj. Ry. right of way. and on Chi.
cftgo Avehue from Center Street to
Wtlrion avenue, nlso on Lincoln Av-
omio from Farming street to Mark
Street, thence east to Barnhart
Street, thence South on Bdrahnrt
Street to present mains' on Barn
hart Street south ot Erie and C. &
C & St. L. II. U. tracks.
, That the Chief or tho Fire. Depart,
ment bo and ho is hereby authorized
to locate flro hydrants on said.
Slmrpless Court In said City, nnd
that tho City Clerk bo nnd ho Is
hereby directed to hotiry Tho Marlon
City Water Company to extend Its
mains In accordance with this res
Passed April 1, 1907.
J. 73. PHILLIPS,
President Pro Tern or City Council.
Appoved by tha Mayor, ' Louis
Attest: William Fles, city Clerk.
Str 4.411.07. Mirror 4 C 12 07
OIIDINANCB NO.. 15. Accepting
Lincoln's 1st Addition to tho City of
tio It ordained by tho Council of
tho ..City Jt Marlon, Stnto of Ohio,
Section 1. That Lincoln's 1st addl.
tlon to tho City rf Mnrlon, Ohio,
being situated In tno City of Marlon.
County of, Marion and State of Ohio,
and known as belhg part of the east
part of th south-west ono riuarter
Of section 22,- township 5. south
ranso 1C. east, bounded nnd de.
scrlbel as follows. Dcsrlnnlnc In
tho north line Of Center Street 41.25
feet north arid 375.12G feet east of
a stone placed at tho Intersection of
Vino and CpntOr Streets: thence
east along tho north line of Center
Street lot! feet to th0 Bou'thwest cor
ner of H. M. Darnharl'fi lott thence
Irtorlh along tho went lino of II, M."
uarnnaris lot 430,32 reot to the
soiith llnd or C. C, O. and St, L.
Ry. right of way; thence west along
the south llr.o.or c. CO. and St.
L. Ry., right ot ay 109 feet; tfic.ilco
south parallel with the oast lino
4'0.32 feet; thence east parallel with
the north lino of Center Street, 4
feet thdnco south parallel with tho
east lino 3.90 feet to tho plato of bo.
ginning, tho above described Hind
was tlib Turnoy property and tho
cast part of the P. O. Slmrpless lot
the West part being 4 feet iji width
Oft of tho east' side of P. O. Sharp
los3 lot exloiidlng north from' Con.
ter Street 390 feet and 8. fept Jn'
width off ot the cast side of I. p.
Sliar,)less lot extohdliig HoUth from
tho south Hue of C. C. O. and St.
L. Ity. right of way, 40.32 foot,
hcS oast part being the Turnoy lot,
ba and the samo is hereby' accepted,
and tho streota and alloys ns marked
and designated on said plat nro
hereby dedicated and accepted as
-That tho lots shall bn
frpln 7-117 to 742B ineliis-
This ordlnanco shall bo
jn force from and' after Its passage
nm, im publication
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PfiBSod Ap-ll J, lflO?,
, -T. K. PHILLIPS,
J?rflldent Pro Tebi .of city Council.
'Approved by the Mayor,' Ilils
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from the ordinary gat raagci.
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BfcST OF MEAT
Notwithstanding the high
price of stock wo aro Belling
the best quality of meat at
prices that aro most moder
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two markets and aro better
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customers tliW over before.
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Offico and Residence .. 694 ,4Wm
Center. Office hours 7:30, "to 10J8O
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phono 448. -
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