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THE MARION DAILY MIJIROIl, FRIDAY, APRIL 12. 1907. '
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THE WARNER & EDWARD S STORE
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Perfectly Tailored Suits
, The Special. .Sale commenced this morning.
; Dph'tTclelay'a mmute if you yant-dhe7
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and if we
GOVERNMENT GAINS A
VICTORY AT CHIC A 0
Chicago, April 12 A. sweeping
Ictory was gained by the federal
government today In tho prosecution
directed against the Standard Oil
Company, when Judge Lnndls refiibed
to quash the Indictment drawn agilnst
the truat or take the cabo from the
The salve that acts like a poul
tice is Pino Salve Carbollzed. No
other salvo so good for cuts, burns,
bolls and chapped skin. Ask about
It. Price 25 cts.
Sold by Flocken Drug Store.
Invented Eau de Cologne.
Tho Inventor of eau de cologno was
an Italian, Giovanni Farina. Farina
offered vainly to sell his reclpo for
$'J,7C0 In 1903, but a few years ago Jt
was Hold by his heirs for $200,000.
SPECIAL SALE 1
TOMORROW ON R
Tan Covert Cloth and
Fancy Box Coats in stripes
"aad checks, the very best
$5 vatefew Saturday only
I- THE - I
Denman-Jenner Co. I
I WEST CENTER STRBBJT. I
of Mme. Cochran's demonstration of
. Gossard and
rk ? torsets
in our 2nd floor corset section.
An important event to every well
gowned woman. You are cordially
invited to come and see these wonder
IJEER & PHILLIPS
BETTER THAN MOST MADM0
Thats' the Kt EINMAIER line of high grade suits.
Examination, comparison, and actual test will convince
you that the splendid line of suits we are showing from $15
to $25 are not only as good as made-to-measure ones at fully
fifty percent more price, but actually BETTER. Better in
fit, better in workmanship and better in staying qualities.
This is probably a strong assertion but one we can easily
in tomorrow, npn a few
cannot fit and p!easvou,
workmanship we guarai
cion a :
For Marion. Lodge No. 32 of
SECOND DEGREE GIVEN
Class of Candidates of Way
side I. O. O. F. Lodge
Marlon Lodge of Pathfinders Hold
Box bocial Companions of
Foresters Met Last Night.
National Union, Clay Council No.
100 met in the lodge Lulls at S
o'clock jesteulay evening with an
exceedingly large attendance. Af
ter transacting routine business
initiator' weak was taken up ami
tlio i'irht degieo conferred oil u
class of two candidates. At Hie
conclusion of the business the
members adjourned t tho Dairy
iC'tnurnnt wlieio an elaborate sup
per was served. A concluding fca
turo was uu informal program of
loaslh and among those who ic
sponded were Dr. E. O. Knffens
pergor and Mr. S. Jgleson.
At a weekly meeting of Marlon
Lodge of Klks, held in Its hall on
East Center streot, Thursday evening,
V. S. Spencer recently Installed as
exalted ruler, made the following
V. U. Jessop, esquire; Harry S.
filllott. Inner Ktiard: .lames IV. Wark.
chaplain; 13. It. Barnthouso pianist;
J. M. Brlgel, Kdward Muggins and
(C. F. Hcs, nnance Lommlttco; O.
IB. Christian, .Tohn A. Key and F.
of these stylish suits
do not buy the qua!'
11. Jf)on, memorial committee; Mar
tin J. Bitrko U. S. Ault and J. I.
.Mark, committee for visiting the
The Champions of tho Forester
hold u well Attended (meeting.
Thursday evening, and completed
arrangements lor the monthly
birthdiiv tocinl to he held next
Thursday evening. All of tho mem
bers who-jo birthdays come in April
will be tho guests. Plans avcic
nlo discussed for a publio initia
tion to lio held during the latter
part of tlii' montli or early ihx May.
Two niplications were balloted
Tlicro wa" n large attendance and
a number of out-of-town victors
mx'sent at Uic social of Pathfinder
Lodiro No. 421 held iu tlie lodge
apartmenh yesterday ecning. Tlio
occassiou -was a box social and
proved n jileasant social feature,
Aiftcr tho l)o- supjier, games and
music and various social diversion
weio enjoyed until a late hour.
The second degreo was conferred on
onn candidate at a regular meeting of
Vnyside Lodge, I. O. O. F. last
night. Arrangements were made for
tho big annlveisary celebration, which
will be held by the Odd Fellow
lodges of tho county, April 20. All
of the committees appointed for tho
nllair will meet April 22 and make
final arrangements for the affair.
Tlio Drn'tls liehl an important
meeting in the halls yesterday ev
ening. Tlio attendance was very
laigc. .After transact insr routine
hu&iucss one application for' mem
bership was. balloted upon and tlio
fint nomination of officers wn
made. Ai rangements weio made
for initiatory woik at the next
meeting followed by n stag social.
Maiinn Con-pany, Xo. in, Uni
fonu Ifaulc, Knights of Pythias
held a practice drill nt its hall on
east Church stiee,t, Thursday ev
ening and afterward enjoyed an ex
cellent thrcG-eoui'40 liuiier given hv
Vern i'inyord and Albeit Ifeiden
liaugli. Thrco candidates were Initiated last
night at a regular meeting of the
American Insurance Union. After the
initiation refieshmcnts were served.
and a very enjoyablo soclaj hour wa3
spent, Tlie attendance was excon.
?1.00 TO COLUMBUS ?1.00
Tho C. 1). & M, makes a special
rate qf oiiq dollar to Columbus and
rctui'N on Sundays. First car
leaves Marion 0 u. m.; last car
leaves Columbus 8:30 p. m. Car
every hour. 2-15-th-fr-sa4-tf
You Seen Them?
bargain salo of tho
season. LadjcV Ihirh. errado stvlo-i
of nx., 'AtX.1000 and your
& CLOAK CO.
PERSONAL OF PEACE
Washington, April 12.-The ner.
eonnel of tho delegates who will rep.
resent tno United States at the Hague
peaco conference, w-ns announced to
day as follows: Joseph H. Ohoate,
General Horace Porter. U. N. Rose.
of Arkansas; David ,T. Hill, Brigadier
uenora.i (jeorgo B, Duvss; Rear Ad
miral Charle3 S. Hperry and William
Will be Built During Coming
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT
Schedule to be Established
by the C. D. & M.
President Webb Says the Line will
be More 'Than a Feeder Party
Tho branch lino of tho Columbus,
Delaware and Marlon electric rail
way from Prospect to rtlchwood will
be built this summer, according to a
statement given out Friday by John
G. Vebb, president of tho road, ifo
Bays that all prellmnary details havd
been closed, and It has been dcflntely
decided to build the brancn.
lt will be more than a mere feed
line for the, C. p. & M."Mr. Webb
said. "A car .will be run through
from Marlo'i to. Itlchwood every day,
tho plan being to maintain a regu
lar passenger scjiedulo between the
two termini and the various points
along the lino.' Desldes this, a
ftolght ben Ice will bo maintained.
Whether the branch will bo a paying
venture rcinalnaKto bo seen. The
company thinks, however, that the
Investment will prove profitable."
.Mr. Webb gava out this statement
Friday, at the Commercial club.
where he entertained a part of prom.
Inont Kentucky bankers for several
hours. Tlie party arrived on a spe
cial car shortly before noon, and aft-
e'" taKinc Hindi at tho club house.
returned to Columbus, tho car leaving
about 1:30 o'clock. Tho bankers ex.
pressed themselves as being well
pleased with tho business now being
done by the C.-D. & M.and with the
piospccts for thp future of tho line.
Work on tho branch line to Rich,
wood will not bo started until tho
construction of ho extension from
hfro to IJucyrus la well under way,
Mr. Webb says. The plan Is to
havo ears i mining over both the
branch and the extension before win
iAs for the negotiations for tho
sale of the C. D. & M., which havo
repeatedly been reported, Mr. Webb
bald that his road has nbvor been
offered for sale. Ho did not deny,
however, that awe!l.known corpora.
tlon had made an effort to buy the
"I cannot ddnv.that wo linvn re
ceded offers foV tho property," said
The Kentucky capitalists, who are
guests or Mr. Webb aro .7. P. Ouer
baoher, Douglas Webb, J. H. Dickey
and w. A. Thlermnn, Louisville;
E, S. Cunningham, Mt. Sterling; Don
F. Head, J. w. Porter and Walter
Herndon. Lexington; V. K. Sullivan
nnd J. Glascock, Wllllamstown; O,
W. Ilayno, and T. P. Ester, Dag.
dad. Georgo H. Whysall, general
manager of the C. D. & At. also ac
companied the party,
Gently moves the bowels and at
tho Bamo tlmo stop3 tho cough,
Bee'a Laxatlvo Cough Syrup. Con
tains Honey nnd Tar. No opiates.
Best for Coughs, colds, croup nnd
Whooping cough.' Satisfaction guar,
anleod. Children like it. Mothers
Jadorso Jt. ,
Sold by Plockon Drug Store-.
Notice to DrujfiB.
On account offtodeath of John
Snyder tlicirf-vill bo a meoting of
tho Dru'Us tonight, By order of
Iho Nohlo Arch.
FOR, HENT-Loco enrtain etrotch-
vva for jent. Inquire t C07 N.
Prospect slreet w call Citizens
Phono J on lOj?., ' 4-12-lwk
"Vollowstono VKk" raarriyed to
day for, ibe YVM, Ov A. lecture
!'sht. A;j f ',.'
Jlvery new ieature,
Voiles, Panamas, Mixtures, on Jacket Suits and' -Tight-Fitting
In Marion as the Buds on
HARKY . CARPENTER
Willing to Relieve .Mayor
Scherff of His Duties.
Has Had Considerable Political Ex
perience as Supportor of the Late
Sam Jones of Toledo.
Even as tlio buds apnea1
flowers' and tiqes and arc ju--getting
le.idy to hurb-l foith in all
of their verdant,' splcndo, the eaily
spring candidates for office buds
out with n frcbliness and enthusi
asm .which gives promise of n plen
teous crop hefuie the reason begins
to wane. Tho latest seeker afler
honor in tlio local political field
ih,' Harry B. Carpenter;, tlio bdtith
Main street real estate broker, who
says- Unit he is willing to try to re
lievo Mayer 1niio Scherff of his
job at the coming election.
"it looks as though there's go
ing to he .sonic fun around Mniion
dining 'the next few months, and I
don't .sco why I shouldn't enjoy n
little of it," said Carpenter this
morning. Ho says that he under
stands K. .1. Pcnncli; Peter C.
Sells and Dr. J. O. Setter ara go
ing after Iho -republican nomina
tion, hut despite tho piospccl of
going up against this foirnidahll
trio, ho says that ihc ia going into
tho fight tooth nnd nail.
"Whoovern gels the republican
nomination will ieali,o Unit ho lia.s
been going some," says Carpenter.
"I havo already begun laying my
fences in u quiet way and will not
lie without ii good following whep
the time for holding tho convention
Carpentur is by no means a no
ophyto in politics. Ho camo hero
several years ago from Toledo, tho
city -where tho independent voter
rules, mid -ho says that while living
there ho learned many of- thp in
and outs of. the .political fray. Ho
went through threo campaigns as
LADIES'lmW $12.50 ETON
rHIDAY ONLY WO will
nicely trimmed with solf stfap3 and braid, Skirts full plal'cd offocts; also new Wool Jumper
and Suspender Suits, tho oamo values which caused such a furor at $12.50. Friday... .$5. 98
NEWEST AND BEST $17.50, $19.75 AND $22.50 SUITS NOW $9.95
Pine Chiffon Panama Sutcs in bluo and black, beautiful worsted checks and plalda In tho
Bcarco black and whito offecta. Now Shepherd check Silk Shirt Waist suits, and all silk Taf
feta Jumper Suits, about 75 suits. Thoy're choice and dosirablo and consist of tho be3t
values we eyer had o sell at S17.50 and up to $22.50. Choice now for .., , $9,95
The? A 5ft Suits that Sold at $250Q to go for ' $2M
There's 4(1 Suits that Sold at $30 and $35 to go for ....... J15.H
There's 75 Suits Worth up to $50.00 to go for .. ISljJ.75 -
Altogether tho boat Suits for tho monoy we evor offered; be3t style3, beat color, best woVk
manshlp and the fabrics consist only of -tho scarcest and most wanted effects. Suits of VeU,
Silk, Panama and Fancies. Tho cleverost Suit 3tylos wo evor havo uhown. There's black, sbju
and all colors. About eyory slzo Is included all 'go for exactly one-tialf the actual retail vau.
D. A. FRANK & CGiiPANY
everjsjiew material is(,i;epresentecl -
Marion, O., April io, 1907
. 1 lutvc worn the origin.'il and three pairs of
half-soles out on this one pair of Moulders Origi
nal Asbestos Shoes, which cost me $1.98 at, NEW
YORK STORE. . '
STEAM SHOVEL SHOPS
and wore the shoes mentioned fof-eight months.
The)' are now in our
It Pays To Get Cash Habit.
an ardent supporter of tho Into la
mented Golden Ilule Jones, formor
mayor of Toledo, anl lie thinks ho
is well qualified to put up a sys
tematic Jiglit in Mai ion.
I Our Suit Sale
Is proving more than wo expected of it. And all that purchased
aro more than satisfied. If you caro to number yoursolf among
those that really obtained a bargain in a suit you should not
fail to viai'c this dopanfcnt tomorrow, as tho salo positively
ends tomorrow night. V
Eemember the prices" V v
$8.75, $11.50 Wl4.50
Their formor prices being as high as $2o(y
J. f. LurrwiQ
133 East Center Street.
sell ladles "ut Snrinir V.tr.n nnfrs ina.
(Signed) , -'
RKS AT THE
window. Stop and
Reflectlono of the Mind.
There is no questlou About It;
you havo moan, narrow Ul-humore
nations Insldo your head, they're dead
ijuro to strike through to the surface
and stnmn your face with ugliness.
nrettv irrev mlrtnra. Jacket
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