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For "every day" or dress woar, In
prices you can afford to pay
The "Quick' Salon and
112 West Center St.,
All this week
Commencing Monday Matinee
In Original Comedy SHetcK
Ohlncso Musical Attlat,
JOHN II . MACK
Black Faco Banjoist
E. P, ROWE
Tenor, Illustiatcd Song.
Powers' Gamoragraph "How
Susan Tasted the Wino"
and "The Spy."
Tho Orchestra with their
Two Shows Nlnlitly, 7:30-9:00
TICKETS 10c AND 20o.
Seats Reserved hy Calling
Cltizeim' Phone 380.
A necessity in every house
hold during tho summer Is
milk, butter and meat are to
he kept pure and sweet, be
sides being a mean of ob
taining pure, cold drinking
wator if so desired. Almost
Invariably tho first requisite
ordered by tho doccor in
cases of sickness.
Place your order now and
get the full benefit of tho
season. Phone 112.
Tiie Marion Ice &
Cold Storage Co.
Our prepared chick feed
contains tho propor amount
of grits for tho littlo follows
to keep thorn healthy and
growing rapidly. Thoy thrivo
bettor when fed with this
Mozier & Rhoads
North State, Goal & Peed.
at this time of the year
are preferred by many.
Ours are all home cured
and warranted delicious.
1 11 tlr
237 N. Main and 128 E. Cen
ter. Both Phones at each
We move and store
your goods and do
all kinds of transfer
work. Phone 155.
PEOPLES TRANSFER CO
A Choice Collection
The Lightning Conductor.
The Watchmen of tho Trail.
A Speckled Bird.
A.. nf H, .l.nun nf. tlfo lOW
KTE31TSCHANEN BKUb., UKUgglStS?
MEET US FACE TO FACE
WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT
all leathern nnd styles and
from Amorican Express Oo.
DECISION OF THE
Awaited with Interest hy
Republicans of the Opinion That
Mr. Phillips is Untitled to
The Republican city executlvo cotn-
mllteevls not yet satisfied that Coun
cilman .tamia K.aPhllllps is not en
titled to hold over after this year.
They nnfntaln that nt the last city
election, It was agreed that tho coun
cilman receiving tho 'largest number
of votes would get a three year term.
Mr, Phillips carried off tho biggest
vole- and tho Republicans? say that
according to Ihe arrangement his time
will not ho up until January, 190!),
Instcnd of January, 1908, ns tho Dem
As there will be on municipal elec
tion In 1908, It would bo necessary In
that caso for Mr. Phillips to hold
over two years, no that ho would be
In the council until January, 1910.
"I havo written tho attorney gen
eral nnd am expecting his decision at
any time," stated T. J. Emery, of
the Republican committee, this morn
ing. The Big Show.
, Why Is tho Mlnnolll Bros. Show so
successful Why do they prosper
when other shows of their kind fall?
Why are they always welcome to any
iclty? Why Is tho press and the pub-
He bo friendly?
These question nre often naked and
he answer Is easy. They never mis
represent give a big aluo for tho
money, treat everyone with courtesy
And glvo a clean bright show'.
ITihcy have engagci tho greatest
company In tho history of their man
agerial career to support the dainty
favorite. Mlna Cennoll, In a repo
tolro of plays better than w08 0VGr
presented by this popular organiza
tion. "A Womnn's Way" tho great play
to be presented Monday night, May
27. Prices 10 & 20c.
MInnelll Dros. play all next week
for Uiq Iwneflt of tho Marlon Kagles
and tho tent will be located on the
Aronhalt lot on North Prospect street
Matinee, Thursday and Saturday af
itcrnoon. DATE CHOSEN FOR
Special Costumes and Scon
ery has Been Secured.
Marlon Lodge 402 K. of P. Will
Appear at Grand Opera
House June 5.
It lias been definitely
that tho Minstrels of
Ijodgo No. 402. Knights
thins, will lako plaeo at'lho Grand
Qjiora llouso .iimo, 0. hlmer .1.
Srhopulnub nnd Frank 13. Coon
wero in Columbus, Thursday, and
ordered hjiecial costumes nnd scen
ery for 'tho perfonnisineo. Elaborate
arrangements are being mndo niul
it iti expected lo make tho show one
of tho best homo talent 'perform
ances over given in the city.
Messrs. ffchocnlaub and Coon or
.lcred 70 costumes and a. i'ino palnco
stage witting. Tho costuming for
the first part w'dj bo colonial, with
Hnyniark(t Miits for tho end imcn.
l(ehearsals aro being hold reg
ularly under tho direction of Will
iam Dowlor and Carrol Davidson.
Tho Peoples Band will glyo public
concerts both morning and afternoon
on Sunday (visitor's day) at Beau
tiful Garfield Park on East Centor
(No business dono on Sunday,) It
of lato books wo want to show you.
Tho Roso.of Old St Louis. ,
The Clansman. 1 1, .'.
BrlCO Of 500
. PLANS FORMULATED
Committees Report the Work
Program of Music and Addresses to
be Rendered at the Cemetery -
The program for ' lJocorntii Pay
was partially planned nt n meet
ing of I ho general committee held
in I ho O. A. II. mom in tho base
ment of. tho court house, Thursday
evening. All other committees re
ported thai tho work b progressing
The (program lo bo given nt tho
cemetery will begin with an over
tnro by tho band, fallowed by
vocnl music "nd nn invocation by
Rev. fleorgo E. Barnard of the
Free Baptist chinv'
Ijognn'w order for Memorial day
will be read by O. A. Bnsnrd and
J. J. Crawley will givo Iilcoln 's
Gettysburg address. Tho jrrineipnl
address- 'of I ho day will be given
by Congressman Grant E. Mouaor
and the "program will bo closed with
a benediction by Rev. W. u. Pot
llnge, pastor of tho First Reformed
Following the program nt tho
cemetery, tho procession will re
turn lo the city and bo reviewed
on Stnto street.
A BOY PHENOMENON
The Voung Magaetiit Whj DJspels
Disease by Vital Magnetism,
'at the Opera House Next
There will bo an exhibition at tho"
Opera house Monday and Tuesday
nights, demonstrating the marvels of
magnetism in the healing of various
ailments, which medicine has failed
to reach. The Fort Wayne News says
"The hope that springs eternal in
the human breast must certainly have
filled tlra hearts of the afflcted Thurs
day, for long before the doors of tho
opera house wero opened In tho even
ing to admit the people to the second
series of demonstrations by tho
"Boy Phenomenon," a great
had gathered to await his coming.
Tho poor and tho rich, men of all
persuasions and social standing,
whoso bodily sufferings of years had
warped their faith In tho healing
power of man, were thore with a de
termination to undergo any sacrifice
of prldo or belief to secure that boon
that no man knows he has until onco
It is lost health, nnd tho perfect use
of tho physical being. Tho afflicted
were not alone, Tlraro wero hundreds
of others who camo to see whether
tho "Boy Phenomenon" could repeat
his previous feats of healing and do
What was claimed for him. It proved
but a repetition of Wednesday night's
performance, If anything It was more
marvelous and convincing. 'Tho
bllni, the halt and tho lame,' as on
tho evonlng previous, crawled pain
fully upon the platform, leaning heav
ily upon crutches or upon tho arms
of friends, who- cheerfully assisted
them to approach tho wonderful heal
er,. In a few minutes, It seemed that
miracles had been wrought. Tho
spectators wero moro than over ready
to ascribe tho wonderful changes in
tho condition of the afflicted to some
supernatural power which even the
'Boy' does not claim himself to
Tho afflicted poor of Marlon, who
oro on canes, and crutches, tho deaf
sick nnd paralyzed will Ijo treated
absolutely free Monday and Tuesday
nights nt tho Opora House.
With an Enjoyable Dress-up
Party Last Night.
Marlon Lodge of Pathfinders Hold
a Social and Open House
Other Lodge News.
A very enjoyable dress-up party was
given last night by tho members of
tho American Insurance Union In tho
lodge room. Miss Inio Scoflold sang
fa pretty solo and Mr, Amman gave
soveral readings. Six applicants for
momborshlp nnd two candidates wero
The meeting was close with a social
session and refreshments wero served.
Miss Irene Ncally and Mr. Andrew
kull won tho prizes for tho best cos
tumes and Mrs. Allco Staley and Mr.
William Burko won tho prizes for
the best humorous make-ups.
Marion Lodge No. 421 o tho
Pathfinders met with ft. lnrgo at
lemlanco in tho halls Jlas night.
Tho occasion was asocial and'opon
DAILY MIRBOR', TIUDAY, ,MAY
want yourjiouse cleaned
up. We--do all kinds of
Decorating, Painting and
Varnishing. Our prices
arc very liberal. Our
workmen are the best.
Let us estimate your
Big sale of wall paper
B.B. Good sell
houM! so.ss.on nd iproved ono of
the most pleasant vocal affairs of
Hie hcason. A number of out-of-town
guest i4 wero present and tho
evening was spent at music, games
The 'Uniform Hank. Knights of
Pythias, held a regular meeting nnd
flrlll, nt Its hall on Cast Church
street, Thursday evening, following
It with a social Besslon. Tho social
was In honor of. the birthday anni
versary of James Peacock.
Wayside lodge, I. OO. F. met last
night and conferred the third degree
on one candidate The first nomination
of officers was made Tho meeting
pnded with a social session during
which refreshments were served.
Only business of a general rou
tine nnlurc Avas considered at the
regular meeting ofj tho Druids last
Morion Lodge, No. 328. P. 0.
Elks, received four 'applications at a
meeting held iiuduU-hall on East
Center street, Thursday evening.
.Marlon Lodge, No. 70, F. and A.
M., will hold a regular meeting at
the Masonic temple, tills evening.
SAVE GAS BY THE
Tho gas saving range, tho Now
Process VMble, a wonder for tmick
work a marvel of cleanliness no
smoko no dusl -no dirt ranks
first for safety -stands high in its
cooking nnd baking. You can sco
them in opur.itiou at McClain's
tomorrow afternoon and evening.
lAt noon itwas decided not to try
and play ball this afternoon. Tho
heavy rains of Thursday and last
night mndo play Imjiosslblo. By
Saturday, tho grounds should bo In
shape for tho go with Newark.
iM. H. Lust has purchased tle stock
of grocorlea and meats formerly
owned by .T. H. Guilder at C25 West
Center street. Possession will not
be given by Mr. Guilder' until Mon
day, May 27th.
Sore Nipples, '
Any niDtnor who has had oxper
lenco with this distressing ailment
will bo pleased to know that a cure
may bo affected by anplylng Chamber.
Iain's Jalvo as soon as tho child Is
dono nursing. Wlpo It off with a
soft cloth before allowing tho babo
to nurse. Mnny trained nurses uso
this salvo with best results. For
salo by all druggists.
A nice Santa Olara prune,
fresh,- black new goods, at a
remarkobly low prico.
7 Lbs. for 25c
We havo a largo lot of
them but thoy will go fast
Better como quick.
Phones 39. 209 E Center St.
Agency lor Woods Boston Coffees
il LOCAL ll
jl EVE-NTS I
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The Tally Wngs lhst night en
joyed another, of their pleasant
stag part fas which included a six
o'clock dinner nnd n, Benson nt
card. Tho members gathered at
the club shortly before six o'clock
and a short eoptiorio wnrf held.
The elubtihen went to tho Euro
pean Hotel where nn excellent, three
coitrso dinner was served. Tho
members wens Mnled about n long
Inblo (reaching tho length of, tho
dining room. Tho iplntc Jjnvora wero
After I ho spread Charles N.
Phillips, president of tho club, act
ing nt toastmaster called upon
Ilnrrv .1. Nichols, who replied to
"The Absent Members' . Tho
gathering drank the toast, standing
"The Ijndies" wero toasted by
Marshall K. De.Wolfo.
Adjonrrmnent was then taken
lo the club rooms where ten game
of seven up, progressiva ipartnciM
wero played. Harry Elliott and
Charles Vinson won I ho largest
number of games. A contest for
the iwmMiionl possession of tho
club pins was sirrnnged between
tho winners nt each of- tho seven
up parties given at tho club Huh
yew. Harry Kllintt, Charles Ma
son, Fred ICiraner, iFred Torpany,
Karl Loll, Charles Justice, Glinrlet
Selby, Cleoi-go B. Knnpp and Frank
jongc-diorc. illio winners at tho var
ious affairs, ployod a gumo of
seven no. Messrs. I.ongshoro nnd
Justice winning after a spirited
The affair was ono of tho most
enjoyable ever ,-iwu nt. tho club.
Mlfcs Mary Edsell pleasantly enter
tained tho members of tho Commer
cial division of tho senior class of the
High School last night, at her homo
on North Seffner Avenue. Tho even
ing wns spent with music, games and
other pleasant diversions. A three
courso luncheon was served by the
hostess. The members of tho class
presented Mr. C. M. Beckett, bead of
tho commercial department of tho
'school, with n line rocking chair. Mr.
Beckett replied, thanking tho class
and bidding tho members farewell as
their work for the year is finished.
The W. M. club was reorganized
md rc-nnmed tho It. 1J. club at
11 meeting of tho membem .held at
'ho homo of Mrs. Wnllaco Parrott
on .Iiwoln nvonue, Thursday nftor
.10011. Mrs. M. C. Chipps was
elected president nnd Mrs. Mnry
Donough, secretary and treasurer.
'A part of tho afternoon wni
taken up with needlo work and
ivusic. A vocnl solo was rendered
y Mis. Klin Wnyland. Tho hostess
The club wall meet in two weeks
with Mrs. Charles Hummel of
Vorlh Seffner Avenue.
Tho Womnn's Home Missionary
society, of tho United Urethren church
was entertained yesterday afternoon
nt tho home of Mrs. John Cull, of
Sharp street. The meeting wns opened
with a song by the Members, after
which some time was spot In scrlp-
tnro reading. Itev. L. C. Tteed of
fered a prayer. Mrs. Anna Herry
sing a pretty boIo, tho accompaniment
being played by Miss Maggie Col
Tim Womnn's Home Circle met
Thursday afternoon, with Mrs.
'yen Hare of Noitli State street.
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rue grenier pan 01 1110 aiieiwmn
was pned with necMllewoik. In
won by Mas. Colhurn.
1 The club wiii meet in I wo wceki
with Mrs. Fred Snider, of Wilson
The Lad'ies of Iho CI. A. P..
were pleasantly entertained, Thurs
day evening, hy Mrs. M. C.
Chiipps nt her homo 011 North
Seffner avenue. Tho evening was
taken up with niusio and other eo
inl amusements, mud refreshments
Mra. L. D. Hamilton, of East
Centor street, will entertain next
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons
Both nffalrs will bo five o'clock teaB.
For stomach troubles, biliousness
and constipation, try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mauv
remark ablo cures havo boon effected
by thorn. Price, 25 cents. Samples
free. For salo by all druggists.
MNI: SAl VE ACTS LIKfc A POULTICL
l I5VKH L PfiuwaOP RKIN nioifAfli
1 SCREEN DOORS
S MADE TO ANY MEASURE
IThe Wollenwcbcr Lumber Co. I
1 There's more real food substance
in ordinary soda crackers than in
any other wheat food -which
means more sustenance for the
is the only form in which soda
crackers should ever reach your
1 table. The dust tight, moisture
proof package bringing all their
goodness to you intact.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Eighty Millions of People
In the United Stales Use Soap
And yet how littlo they know about tho soap
They mu3t bo assured tha'c the groceries they, uso
and wholesome bub when It comes to SOAP any
will do just so it cuts tho dirt. This is a
The skin is a very sensitivo and delicate strutcure. It will
absorb poison as well as sccrcto them. The soap you uso
should be pure, made of pure vegetable oils, free from all
foreign matter. Such a soap is REXALL SOAP. Guar
anteed under the Food and Drug act of Juno 30th, 190G.
GUARANTEE NUMBER 238-10 cents a cake, 3 calces
for 25 cents at the
THE REXALL STORE
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
PAZO OINTMENNT Is guaranteed
to euro any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Plies in 0 to
14 days or money refunded. COc.
THREE DESPERADOES SHOOT
UP HORNELL' N- Y.
jrornell, N. Y., May 24. Hornell
was terrorized by a gang of three
desperadoes, early today. Theyshot
ono man, opened one sale, tried to
blow another, entered a grocery anil
private resldenco and shot promis-
oauxly at tho people. They were
captdred by a posso In tho railroad
Tho Peoples Band will glvo public
pniirorta hnMi tnnriilnpr nml nftprnonti
'hn Sunday (visitor's day) at Beau-
..f... aarflei,i Park 0n East Center
i(No uuslncsa dono oil Sunday.) It
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It's screen door and window timo and tho "most satisfactory
way is to havo screens ma do to order for all the wlndowB
and doors. Our frames oro heavier, fft perfectly and will last
twloo as long as the ready-made kind. Wo take the measure
ments, hang them, at ft very littlo coBt, assuring lasting satis
faction., oflii&iCt! PHONE 8.
Messenger Service FREE.
Tho salvo that acts like a poul.
tlce is Pine Salvo Carbollzed. No
other salvs so good for cuts, burns,
bolls and chapped skin. Ask about
It. Prlco 25 cts.
Sold by Flockon Drug Stor.
The Peoples Land will give public
concerts both morning ami afternoon
on Sunday (visitor's day) at Beau
tiful Garfield Park on East Center
(No business done on Sunday.) It-
On Furniture, Pianos, oto.,
at mtes which aro bound to
I Marion CiialtelLoanCo.
g Above Ityon and Burke
K Hardware Store.
6 Citizens Phone 080
cheaper than the ordinary
kind that it will do your
good to look them
$1.15 $1.25 $1.50