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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1U07.
pAcm viva )
Lppearin the Hartje
Pittsburg, .Inly :il. Thero was n
Bensutlonnl turn today In the. Hartje
dlvoico case, which Ih yot hanging
Jlro In the l'ennsyhanla superior
court, Augustus Hartje having naked
for u new trial In IiIb famous divorce
against his wife, .Mrs. Mury Scott
Tom Atadlne, the coachman, who
was named us tho co-respondent In
the suit of year ngo, was today ar
rested charged with larceny by Aug
ustus Iliutje, and umong letteru
found on lilm nro said to be iiomii
from Mrs. Hartje.
Ajadlne clalmH that a woman detec
tive with whom ho was at the time of
IiIb arrest planted somo letters on
him then signaled for IiIb arrest
Afndlho was arreted late last night
on a cbnrgt) of street fighting. Ho
had been with two men who Madlno.
says are detectives In tho employ or
Hartje and with Itoso Hnggerty, who
is Bald to be a New York woman de
tective, also lntei estcd In tho case.
The men with IMudlno started a
fight and when ho tried to part them
the entire paity was nrrested. All
save- .Mndlne got out on ball. This
morning he was fined $10 and costs,
but for reason was not allowed to
pay his fine for boiuo time. The let
ters had been found on him and by
tho tlmo the pollco were, ready to let
him pay IiIb fine Hartje had sworn
out a warrant charging Mndno with
Maillno says, and openly, that a cer
tain Pittsburg attorney Interested in
Hartje c.ibo has repeatedly offered
mm 110,000 to make a statement In-,
eliminating Mrs. JInrtJo nnd then
leavo tho country. Madame threat
ened tn huq JIartJu and his attorneys
today ror conspliacy and with this oh-i
Ject In vlow was closeted this oven
Ing with John M Freeman, Mrs.
Harm's attorney, for three hours.
Mrs. Mary Scott Hnrtjo, who lias
been at Llgonler Springs Hotel for a
month with her two children, was,
reached ,by telephone yrstcrdny after-i
noon and told of whnt had occurred,
"There cannot bo one word of truth
yt what they allege. 1 never wrote
Tom lAfadlno a letter l) my life and
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112 Court St.
If nny such letter u alleged was
found on him it la forgery. 1 have
had exnerlence with thlB sort of work
$efo as tlio American public knows,
and I do not fear the outcome of tlili
latest mnilclouB attack. 1 'hope those
wlio lovo their homo will stnnd by
me In this hour as they did In the
naBt. Truth anfl right will prevnll.
Several of those wlio tried to blacken
by name before nro In tho penitentiary
: FOR DIVORCE
Filed by Wife of Liberty
HUSBAND NOW INMATE
Of the Ohio Peniteutiary at
Mrs. Koc Asks the Court to 'Direct
Husband to Produce Her
Clothes. Wants Alimony.
Elizabeth IUece, through her at
torney John II. Clark, filed a petition
In the common pieim com t, Wednes
day, praying Tor a divorce fiom her
husband, Libert I Heece, who waa
sent to the penitentiary December 3,
l'JOti, for nutting with Intent to wound.
He was sentenced to three years be
hind the bur.
The pialutlff states that she waa
married to tho defendant In this city,
May II, 1800. Four children were
born to the union, three of whom
nio living. Shu states that the de
fendant Is possessed of real estate to
tho value of $800 and elder presses,
wagons and hnrnens to the value of
?1D0. Tho petitioner alr.o states that
George Ilcllmuu has a mortgage on
the leal property and the court Is
naked to lcquiro Hellinau to net up
his claim or bo forever barred.
iMrs. Iteeco wants tho rents of the
real property as temporary alimony,
and tho custody of the three children.
The attorney who Is aiding her in
securing the dlvorco was tho prose
cutor at the trial of her husband.,
Attorneys Copclinid j& Bartrnm
and Jncoby & Donithen, for the
phiinl'ifT, in tho eiuso of Powell vs.
McCormick, Wednesday Hied a icply
to Mie answer and cms petition of
the defendant. Tlio reply denies
each and every allegation contnined
ill tlio answer and cross petition
that is not adniiled in the plnin-tiir',-
Motion asking the court fo direct
the' defendant to deliver to the
plaintiff her clothes and other per
sonal properly of herself nnd lier
eliildion and temporary alimony in
the sum of 100 was tiled in' tho
common pleas court Wednesday by
tho plaintiff in tho ease of Orric
Koch against William Koch, a suit
The iplaintiff wants her clothing.
Hie clothing of her children, Mildred
and Rupert, nomo chinawnre. car
pets, a bed-rcom suit and 1-100 tern
poravy alimony during tho pendency
of the suit for divorce.
IT. J. Nichols is nttorney for the
Fifteen applicant! for positions
as cleiks and carriers' in the postal
service arc being examined today at
the Central school building. Tho
examination U being conducted by
A. ff. Uncnpher and M. L. Mar
tin, and tlio papers will bo sent to
Washington to be graded.
and so would you,
to find you are not
getting the material
in that house you
thought you would
tret. .Let us give
Now Lies in the County
--'tiIl .y.l ;.,ti ?;
BODNli dVfett' tO COURT
At Hearing Before Justice
W". LI Wilson is Arretted at Mor
Euntown, W. Va. -Deserted His
Wifeoud tittle Baby.
W. 1. Wilson, a, plasterer by
trade, who was arrested in Morgan
town, West Virginia, Monday, by
Sheriff. Drown on a charge of child
abandonment, was arraigned in Jus
tice diaries Co nicy' court at i :00
o'clock Tucsdny evening.
Wilson lott the city during tlio
month of Apiil, abandoning Ids
wife nnd n four-year-old child, re
siding on Owens street. In his let
tots to Iik wife ho nssuied her that
lie had a good job nnil -would, soon
tin able to send her money. How
ever, tlio money never came nnd tho
wife wns compiled to resort to the
uithoiitiei for help. Wilson was
then arrested and brought here
Tuesday afternoon, wliero ho was
placed in jail.
At his hearing Wilson wnived ex
amination nnd was bound ovor to
tlio grand jury under a bond of
.f'JOO Ho was unnblo to furnish the
bond and was placed in jail. It is
piobablo that the case will go no
further, as affaire nvo being ad
justed and an effort being made to
(.'ojnpiomi.se tho case.
IIIhs Bertha Honne. of St. IjiiiIh.
is visiting relatives In the city.
iMrs. Prank V. Ulnyer. of Cherrv
street, is visiting friends In Uucyrus.
(). fJ. Howsor. of finleilonln. won In
the city today on business.
iltelhnnld Wayland Is confined to his
homo on Lincoln Avenue by Illness.
Jacob Marx has returned from a
business trip throughout the East.
fl Ilurk was in Columbus vesterdav
Miss Anna Davis, of Columbus. Is
itho guest of Mrs. Marcellus Kerstet-
ter, or Lincoln Avenue.
-Miss Zella Parratt, of Lincoln ave
nue, is visiting with friends at Mans
field. CUIsses Matilda and Kmma Hansen.
of Sliver street, are visiting rrlends
In Columbus this week.
T. C. Marsh, of New Cnutln mo
calling on Marlon friends this morn
ing, wniio enrouto to tho West.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. D. Zachman. of
North Greenwood street, were visit
ing In Columbus today.
A. M. Smith has returned homo af
ter several dava snout wiiii itn.,n
iMrs. W. H. Ilouuhton. of this cltv.
Is visiting at the home of Mrs. S. S.
White, of nucyrus.
Augucst Hill, of this cltv. was tlin
guest Sunday of his parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. w. H. linn, nt Kxcelslor, Ohio.
A. K. Hull has returned homo after
:a pleasant visit with friends nt Upper
Miss Mary Stifflcr of Charleston,
West Viiginiai is tho guest of
friends Anil jolatives in tlio city.
Miss Clara Poorman of Illinois
iR the cuest for tho summer- of Mica
Nellie Alspaeh of Wiliow street.
Tlio infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Iljver B'i of Girard avenun is oi
tho sick list.
Mrs. h. W. Winder left this
innrninsr for a seve-rnl dnvs visit
with friends at Mt. "Vistory.
Manager II. S. Vnll,of tho Marlon
Family theater Is in. Pittsburg on
biiBlness, ,, .,.,., ,.
Mr, .tampH1lifllt Allen,, of, Monaco,
Pennsylvania,, s he guest of Mr, and
Mrs. J. II. Oatoy, of East Church St.
Mrs. Thomas Hodder. of Now Vnrir
City, Is tho guest of hoi father, D.
MeWllllams, of Kast Center street.
A. I). !. Newell, of Pnlnmhnq via.
ited Marlon friends Tuesday and
Mrs. Amanda Durwoll. of rrmv n
Y., s tllO guest Of friends In tlin
Jjd ward Snears. of nincinnriti
looking aftor business In tho nitv vn.
'Mr. and Afrs. Willlnni T?(nlf nt
Drooklyn, Now York, nro visiting at
tllO homo Of Mr. and Mm. Avnrv
Crabb, of Wallace street.
'Mrs, Louis OatOV. of Vniinmtnwn
Ohio, returned todav aftor n niono.nii
Visit at tho homo of her s6n. Mr. J.
II. Oatey, of East Church atreet,
-i- , -- .tiyiv
MIrs Mury Fogelson, of South Main
street, and her guest, Miss Grimm' of
Canton, Illinois, have gone to Wooster
to visit relatives,
iMrs. H. F. Nice, of Akron, nnd Mis,
Thomas Neeley, of sioux Falls. South
Dakota, are tho guests of the MlRsen
Alspaeh, of Willow street.
iMIss Zetta Wolfe, of Morral. Is 111
with malarial fever at the homo of
Mr. nud Mrs. U, J4, nrobeck, of
Mrs. Edward Uurton, of KansaA
City, has returned to her home ,afcr
npendlng several weeks wjth rela
tives in tins cuy. u.ui
Joseph Stephan, who Is employed nt
tho Steam Shovel hfm returned to
his home In Upper Sandusky suffering
with an nttack of lumbago,
Mm. Daniel Hnrtsoush. of Unper
Sandusky, Is the guest of her son-in-
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.
n. Lay ton.
Mrs. Anna M. Hrynnt. oftUucyrus,
has returned'' home after a pleasant
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Martin
of this city.
Mr. Cnssins M. C. Smnllwood
left' last evening for Athens, where
he has accepted n position nnd will
make- his future homo.
Mrs. Cnssins Smalhvood and fam
ily of East Center street, left Tues
day for Atheim, wliero they will
make their future home.
Ilev. Homer1 E. Llliott, of Olney
Avenue, Is holding a series of camp
meetings being given by the congrega
tion of Grace M. E church, at Dela
ware Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Dougherty
and family will leavo this evening
for Maiijn, Indiana uhero lliey will
spend several weeks visiting at the
homo of Mrs. Dnugherty's parents.
Miss Bessie iJlrd nnd Mr. JIarry
Lewis, of Covington, Ky., nnd Miss
Ethel Nash, of Cincinnati, nro guests
at tho homo of Mr and Mrs. Wilbur
Miss May Tynmi, of Jiuisville,
Kentucky, wljo lias been visiting
friends 'in the"eiy for tho post sev
eral days, Tofufncd home this morn
ing. J i I
Miss Ueaslo Jamison, of Fort Worth,
Texas, who haBj-lieen tho gilest of
friends In the-dlty for sovornl days,
left this morning to spend the, re
mainder of tho "summer In the Adl,
Mrn. .1. WT. frills atid son Ben
jamin, o f Columbus' street, will
lenvo Thursday Jfnr Niagara' Palls.
They will olso vTslt relatives in "De
troit and Concord, 'Michigan, before
Mrs. J. II. CrlsweH.' who bus been
vlsltng her parents, Mr and Mrs.
Wm. Epley, loft Tuesday morning for
Marlon. She wns accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Eploy, who will spend
a short time In. Marlon. Wyandot
Chief. ' .
Dr. nnd Mr3. George Kalk, of Ma
rlon, nro the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Cary I,. Merrlman. Kenton Demo
crat. Mr. and Mrs. ' ' Herman Kalk-
brenner, Mrs. Margaret Crlsslnger,
and Mis Clara Maler, of this city,
were among tho outot, town guests at
tho wedding of MIssLaura Ganshorn,
of Gallon, nnd Mn .Joseph Gaa, of
Ducyms, which took place Tuesday at
St. Joseph's church In Gallon.
'Mr. and Mrs. Amos II. KHng, Mr.
and Mrs. Warren G. Harding loft last
ovenlng for New Yqk City, where
they will sail Friday f$r EUropo. Tho
party will bo absent ,fdr about two
months, nnd during that tlmo will
visit nil tho points of Interest In the
old country. W '
Prof. iFredenck, Berryranu left
today for Detroit to take a six
weeks' tcnchci courfeo of musical
study at the Conservatory of Mich
igan. While in Detroit Mr. Herry
mnn will have thoposition of pre
centor and soloist at the Fort street
Presbyterian church"" ilurinir tho ab-
fieneo of the clioir'bu their vaca
tion. Ho will return 'homo the sec
ond week in September,
Tho will of Miln K. Fleming was
admitted to piobnta Wednesday.
Tho First Hantlst Sunday School
will fclcnlo Thursday n't Lincoln park.
Horn, a hon, lo tJr. and Mis.
llollio Bralton, of.Jsonth of Cnlev
donia, Wednesday morning,
A son was born Wednesday morn
incr to Mr. and Mrs. W. IT. Mil.
lor, residing south of Caledonia.
'Albert MeDrlar. nlcht nlerlr nt Tn.
tel Marlon, has icsljcned bin nnaiMnn
and will leave Sunday for Charles
ton, W, Va., wliero: 'he' will officiate
behind the desk at (ho-Sfap Hotel.
iwmrics iiuniiiiiiii nus received a
lottor informing him tlia.t- Mr. nnd
Mrs, C. O. Harriman,' formerly of
Marion and now o ,New York City,
nro the parent of alinby boy.
Miss Shirley Roherts, and MU
Mabel Wot 1 ring oC Prospect will
give ia musical recital at the opera
houso ojf that town 'T?mrsday even
ing , iJLUiualxl
Mrs. Mason Elopes With
HUSBAND IS FORGOTTEN
i i pi i m
Lies in Jail, Fine Just Half
Emmet B. Mason Deserted by Wife
Who Worked so Hard to Secuie
After shedding many tears because
her "hubby" was sentenced to tho
work house and even paying halt of
his line In order to shoiten his sen
tence, Mrs. May Mason, wife of Em
met B. Mason, who on April t wns
sentenced In mayor's court to DO days
In the Columbus work house, bns
eloped with another mnn.
Mason was sentenced nnd lined ?20
upon ibelng found guilty of assault
and battery which were brought by
his wife. It seemed as though Mrs.
Mason later became very sorry that
Bhe had been Instrumental In sending
her better halt to the work house and
began to Invent a way to shorten his
term. She had paid Mayor Scherff
one-half of her husband's lino and had
expressed her intentions of paying
the remainder. However, she must
have changed her mind very suddenly
as the police wero Informed Wednes
day that sbo eloped two weeks ago
last night for St. Louis with a mnn
from this city by the name of Clark.
Mason, who Is still languishing In
tho work house, wrote his wife many
lovo letters, ono of which Mrs. Ma
son displayed in the mayor's couit a
day or two beforo her elopement The
Mason homo wns on Edwnids stieet
Jury Renders Verdict in Favor of
George Ward, a well contractor
brought an attachment suit against
John C. Carlln In Justice Thompson's
court Wednesday- morning. Wnri
brought suit to nttach n bill of ?!M,
In the hands (' Thomas Woodcock,
which was due Carlln, the plnlntlfT,
alleging that Carlln wns Indebted to
him for double the nmount of the at
The trial was by Jury which ren
dered n verdict for the defendant.
Miss N. A. Black of Salem
L6avea the Grounds for a Walk
Monday Eveniug nnd Never
'A very strango case Is nuzzllnir tho
physicians and nurses of the Sawyer
Sanatorium at tho present tune.
Miss N . A. Black, a middle aged
lady, who had been taklnir treatment.
at the Sanatorium slnco last .May,
mysteriously disappeared Mondav
evening, about G:H0 o'clock mui mi
knowledge as to her present where
abouts has been gained slnco mat
.MISS Waclf. Whose llOlllH is 111 Knlnm
Ohio, was of n very melancholy dis
position ami nnd come here to bo
treated for nervous nrostinHnn. sii
had been under tho cnio of a private
nurse until u week ngo, when she
was allowed to go about uh Um
Monday evonlnir she went nut fnr.
walk alono and failed to return.
A reward Will bO jrlven for Imnul.
edge concerning her present wheiea-
nouts. An Ouvertlsenient In the
Mirror Tuesday evening contained a
full description Of tlin Imlv aiw. i
thought to be In tlio country not far
irpm '.Mnrjoii'."Thn matter has been
placed Ih. the IffliidJ of tlm ini nn.
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Bold Annual Outing at Lincoln
The Sunday school of Wesley M.
E. church held uts annual pietiiu nt
1nu'olii paik today. The member
of the school, together with their
friends, assembled nt tho church on
West Center street at 10 o'clock
this morninjr. Three special sheet
cars cniried the meny picnickors to
(ho pnik. At noon nn elaborate
dinner was enjoyed and tho after
noon hours wyro pleasantly whiled
away at garnet and various diver
sions. , I , ,,
St. Louis Woman will Talk
to Husband an Uotu
St. Iiuls, Mo., July .11. A hus
bands hour will accomplish as tiiuch
ns woman suffinge, Is the opinion ex
pressed by MlhH Anna U. Clarke, of
Uoouville, .Mo., one of the prominent
club women or the country. A St.
Ixnils Women's Club pioinlses to
mnko the hush.uulB of club women
the best fed and most iit-tted nu'n In
"I have always liked Dingfellow's
Idea of the children's hour," said
Miss Claike, "but the husband's horn
Is an absolute necessity. Have our
husband's slippers ready for hlni
when he gets homo, give him a good
dinner nud the utake your John to
ono side for a cozy chat, tell hint Just
what you want politically and you can
got anything you desire. A husband's
hour is ns good ns ecpial suffrage, anil
you don't have lo wait n lifetime to
Miss Clarke Is Chalininn of the
Civil Seivlco Committee for the Gen
eral Federation of Women's Clubs.
She Hist advocated this lecently nt the
(iencrnl Federation meeting in James
town and reltprntcd It today She Is
also the loader In the work for civil
service reform In .Missouri, The ma
jority of the club women of St.
I.011IB favor the husband's hour In
stead of tho ballot for women, but the
husbands of tho club women are not
bo unanimous In Its favor.
Mrs ..I William Williamson, Ttegent
of tho'St. Louis chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, In
dorses Miss Claiko's Idea. "I ceitnln
ly think tho husband's hour the right
plan. I believe n woman can accom
plish moro Indirectly by her influence
over her husband than by securing
the ballot for herself," she said.
Many other piomlnent men and
women nrgo tho Idea, which will like
ly be fmmiilly adopted by the clubs
Missionary Society to Meet Thurs
The Woman's Allsslnnnrv Snnlplv nf
Calvary Evangelical Cliuich will hold
a song nnd praise service In tho
chinch Thursday afternoon at 2
The lally meotlnir bns been nnst-
poued until the last Thursday In
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Jacob Lrundaljd Victim .of
Team During its Mad Flight'
Crashes Into Gate 1'ost on
A bad accident occurred Tuesday
ou tho farm of Fred Halt, one mile
south of Clarldon. us a result of which
Jacob I.rundaljd Is seriously Injured
Mr. I.rundaljd, who Is employed as
n farm hand by .Mr. Halt, wan hauling
ii load of hay down u steep Incline
near the Halt home, when his horses
suddenly became frightened and ran
.iwnv Mi- i i uncial Id endeavored to
'guide the team through tho Gates of
tho barnyard, when tin sldo or tne
wnnnii struck the gatepost and conse
quently the driver waa thrown to Um
ground with great violence
Miss P.tta Halt was also standing
nenrby and was struck in the face by
flying timbers, and both her head nnd
bands vveio pcrlously bruised.
Mr. I.rundaljd was brought to tins
rltv Wednesday. The attending phy
sician thinkrt It very piobablo that
she micrnVd serious internal injuries.
The farm wagon was almost complete
ly demolished while the horses escaped
with only a few sciatches j(
After u great deal of effort and cor
respondence, KlOCKen, tun pupmur,,
druggist, has succeeded In getting th
Dr. Hownid Co. to make a special
half nrlce Introductory offer on the
regular fifty cent size of their cele
brated specific for the cure of consti
pation and dyspepsia '
Dr. Howard's sneclflc has been so
remarkably successful In curing con-
stlpatlon, dyspepsia and all liver
troubles, that Flocken Is willing to
leturn tho prlco paid In every case
where It does not give relief.
Headaches, coated tongue, dizziness,
tins on stomach, snecks bpforo tho
eyes, constipation, nnd all forms of
liver nnd stomach trouble nre soon'
cured by this HClentidc medicine. ' '
So great is the demand for this
specific that Flocken has been able to
secure only a limited supply, nnd ev
ery one who Ib troubled with dyspep
sia, constipation or liver troublo
should call upon Flocken nt once, or
send 25 cents, and get sixty doses of
tho best medicine ever made on thla
special half-prlco offer, with his per- '
sonnl guarantee to refund tho money,
u it oops not euro i
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now for August coal delivery.
Too warm to talk about coal,
you say? Well, tho early
buyer gets several advanta
ges Lst's talk about it.
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