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THE MARtON DAILY MIRROR. .THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 190V.
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.Clothcraft Clothes arc in
tended for the man who is par-"
ticular about what, he wears
the man who wants his clothes
'to be correct in style-reliable
in quality perfect in fit, and
The more difficult you are
to please, the more Qothcraft
Clothes will please you.
Suits $10 to $25
Overcoats $ JO to $25
Of the First Presbyterian
By the Home .and Foreign
I ' Organizations.
At the Close of the Interesting
Sessions Supper is Served by the
Class a Ladies.
)A1 mtatninod Jv UadlBpraincd back
nnd viiawf bniisos ovei-the body
'fho injuriot, lincer, ma not ccm-
Harmonic- Society Meets
With Mrs. A. Preuninger.
Victor Qas Queen.
HeaU Its way into favor. Because it Heats.
That's the evidence you'll get from more than 500 satis
fitii;Harion's families who swear by the Gas Queen.
.''A M MA N N S
Interesting nnd profitable RCsMons
of tJiu Home nnd I'oieigii Mission-
iiry Micietics o 'Hie J'iivt PjPMiny
teriim church were conducted in
the Sundnyr S('hool room of! the
church WedncMlny ni'ternoon. Tlio
ntleiidniic ia oxcccdiiiRly lni'go
and mflnv entlmsiwHlic Usciusions
The Foreign society wns first to
hold session. The j)i,oginin opened
with dovotionnl cxerciiet led by the
pie.sident, Mrs. It. C. UowdUh.
The special feature of (the program
wiw n oenl solo iflidiMoil bv MiS
Rheu Mnnnell. The selection v;M .Court on South Prospect street
cominspd by Mrs. Eugene Fairfield.
Miss MunneU avor accompanied by
Mm. W. h. Wniner.
The topic of the program was
"I'ewia" and Mis. 0. M. llomko
acted as loader. Mrs1. Fted Sehnet
Marion Friends Receive Inyitations
to the Rosenthall-Owen "
Wedding Reception, '
yesterday afternoon with Mra. J.'V.
Hungate of South Prospect street, as
hostess. Ch0itm6etliiK was the first
ot tho fall Beason and was well at
tended. The rooms were prettily de
corated with bittersweet and autumn
leaves. During tho afternoon a seas
on of embroidery work waB enjoyed.
An elegant ' luncheon was served by
tho hostess who was assisted In the
dining room by Misses Copeland and
Tho club guests were Mrs. Walter
Oherlln Mrs. Charles Hoberniamn,
Mrs. C. K. Gump, .Mrs. William Kle,
Sr. Mrs. .1. P. Ludwlg, Mis. Dva Cope
land and Mrs. Charles Kraner. The
next meeting will be held In
Escape From Straight
FAMILY THEATER PACKED
I . Close of the Task
Local Locksmith Challenges Grose
and Fifty Dollars are Wagered
on the Outcome.
weeks at the'home ot Mis. A. C,
A score of people in ihe city wcio
today i;ccipionte of the, following
It took Ilussol J. Grose, tho hand
cuff king, Just ten minutes or hard
work to fice himself from a straight
Jacket at tho Family theater, Wednes
day evening. The crowd which wit
nessed tho exhibition was probably
the largest that has attended any
performance at the Family theater
since the opening ot that placo of
nmusement, every seat being taken
and practically all standing room in
the aisles being occupied.
Tho straight jacket us.ed by Mr.
nrnsn una different from tbe ordln-
two nry run of such appliances. In
stead of tho usual corset-like affair,
It consisted ot a strong leather belt
to which were attached the clasps of
a pair of handcuffs. The clasps werp
securely riveted to the belt probably
a foot and a half apart, bo that
"Mr. and 'Mrs. Louis Cohen 'Groses hands could not touch
These Frosty Mornings
,a snift of air makes one realize that win
ter is almost here. Is your coal bin
filled? Iosiit it oft longer. HARD
or SOFT CO'Ai- to your liking.
& ELEVATOR CO.
We have plenty of eacli on hand just now. If
you rieed either, it would be well to order now.
HARD AND SOFT COAL. WOOD
IMPLEMENT MANUFACTURING CO.
North Greenwood St.
for lead a letter from ltev. Robert
Lnhnieo, a, Persian missionary who
was a ioIa-3 mate of Hcv. Mr.
Houiko in a theological school at
Ilogloslown, Pennsylvania. Rev.
Lalmrco itook the place once held by
his innilyied brother wJio was mur
dered by the Persinns. a few years
n;jo. The loiter from the noted mis
fiionary proved one of tho most in
teresting foniuic-; of the program.
Mrs. O. W. Weeks led in prayer
and Mrs. if. Byron. Hume tobl of
me condition of tuc women m
Ppisia. Mrs. Paulino Hummer in
tcrestingly rehearsed some facts
concerning tho general manner of
llio session concluded with
equest.. tho honor of jour presence
at the wedding reception of their
niece, Mf&s Edith Ilcaenlhnll and
Mr. Charles jtAbraliam Owen, on
Wednesday evening, October 2.1,
from eigh't nniil ten o'clock at
Four hundred and eighteen Somcr
sct Street, "Johnstown, Pennsyl
vania." Mr. Owoi is. tho son of Mr
and irw, W. 'T. Owph of pnsfc of
tJie city nnd. was for senal years
a lcsidont of tb citv.
Tho Harmonic. Society of Salem's
Evangelical church, was entertained
last night by, sirs. Alhert Preunliiger
of Prnlro street. Arrangements were,
made for tho annual sunner. which
wui do held Homo time next month
n ',-.., ... "S.. ' '"T "f """ w.?"S,an,l a m.i.1 hor
of resolutions on. Ihe death of Mrs.
.ns. s. xi. Jinrtram. The renoit'
.The belt was locked closely about
Grose's body by Mayor Lewis Schprft
and his hands fastened In the clasps.
Then a sheet was placed over his
head and ho started at work. The
task of getting out of the jacket was
one of tho hardest Grose has ever
encountered, and It was only nfter
continuous struggling that he man
aged to ft eo himself.
Mr. Grose as usual fieed himself
from a number of handcuffs and leg
shackles. H. S. Vail, manager of
tho theater, announced that Schiller
Fogelson, the well known local black
smith, has placed a bet of $0 that
ho has pair of handcuffs from which
Grose cannot free himself.
Tho challenge was read and accept
cC before tho audience and the bet
v. Ill bo decided at the flist peiform
of llm treasurer and socrotary won
submitted and other; points of rou
tine biiMiiesii transacted.
PROF. D. M. BARTON
"Canada's Greatest Exponent
!of PhysicalTraining" who will
give Lectures and Demonstra
tions at the
HMfU: A. THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY Oqtf. 10TH. AND11TH.
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
, Admisson 15 cents Reserved Seats
stands for Quickness and also for
Quality. Both words Quite Quotable
when applied to'our Laundry Work,
Immediately upon tile adjournment
of the Foreign society, tho Homo
society wenli into session. Mrs. 0.
It. Phelps, president of tho or
i;nni.itiou load Uio script uro lesson
and led in prayer. Tho society
sang "Lovo Divine" and tho reports
of tho secretary and treasurer weio
read. The conimittco in chargo of
thu jKpeorn sale at Tin nor ' grocery
leported .that r5.n.") resulted from
"Mormonism" was tho subject of
tho program nnd tho president acted
as temjiorary leader in tho absence
of the regular leader Mrs. O. W.
iurs. h. i-;. Jjowollo read n'
leatlet on "Tho Revolt of Hall
C'IokcL". "Tho Iron Rulo of Mor
ninnisjn,'1 was tho subject of a pawn-
by Mrs. Joseph Mason. Mrs.
S. Ldppincott rend a treatise on
tho Mibieet "Mormonism Forgin
Alidad". A' leaflet "Cnpitola"
tho Lifo of a Mormon Girl" wni
aivon by Mrs. U. ,S. Soffnor. Mra.
Rubens offered prayer. Tho pro
gram closed by tepoating in chorus
the Lord's piayor.
Upon tho adjournment of rfho
Homo society, tho nscmbly gathered
in -the basement of tho church whero
Class A fcencd an excellent sup.
per. Covers iworo laid for about
IS BADLY INJURED
Thomas Jones Thrown From
Hay Wagorn Thursday
Partially Rendered Unconscious,
Back Sprained and Badly Cut
Thomas Jones, 'aged fcn'tyflyq,
Frank Rltshount. of Pleasant
street, will next'j'JiHleitain the society.
The Dt A' BjWternity cave a lion
In tho Tally Wasr Tiall last nlcht.
About twenty couples attended. Dowl
cr'a orchestra furnished tho music,
See tlaiton tonight, Y. M. C. A.
Conference tobe Held at
That a Great Victory Has
V-t " . l
Erie Equipment is in Bad
a Result'. of Present
A special to tho Mirror from Gallon
lato Thursday afternoon, dlbclobod
tho contents of a budget of official
orders, which were issued by General
Manager .1. O. Stuart -of the L'rie
railroad at New York City today.
. Mnager Stuart announces , that tho
Erie lallroad compay fcls ready to
compromlso with tho machinists
union and that on next- Satuiday.
October 1, tho officials of the road
and representatives of "the respectlvo
locals, will meet for aconferenco at
tho Krlos headnuarteis.ln'NQW York-
City. . ..
It Is generally t hough t.Ttluit at tho
meeting Saturday, the officials will
consent to re-employ tho striking
machinists in a body and will draw
up a compromlso on the, wage de
mand., Tho strike has taken on a
very serious aspect during the prist
twenty-four hours. Thousands ot
the Erie's cars have been left on sid
ings becauso of tho lack of tuotlvo
lower to movo them to their1 desfi'-
and mnrriciV pl PropeetVwa thtfm"' r1fl '?und hpui M Various
victim .of a fpainfulr acfoiit, occur-i19'", We fuH ot d,hled engines
ling on the AlalA fnnn. two.0V0 locomotives thought tp be
..tiT." "'-ii iii '.. ."'"', '' tin first class renalr are roriRtniitlv
nrilPH south of rrosnect at.lOl
o'clock s Thurwlay moiiung. Jones
was asfciMjiig Fred (lahriel in haul
ing hay lo tho market in Prospect.
WJi'lo during fixnn a. field tho load
uitser, throwing llm to tho ground,
Ho was rendered partially uncon
scious by tlio forco of the fall and
was picked up and hurriwl to n
In first class repair ore constantly
breaking down on the .road.
Tho machinists' unjonia, confident
that a vlctoiy has been won and tho
nfffnlnl rnnrpcontjlMvfifl 'l-ntn rkf iUn
opinion that tho troublo''WHl all end
witn tno conrorenco in New York noxt
Several union representatives passed
through tho city this' afternoon on-
routo for Now YorTci tojattend tho
Harry Fritz, of Prospect, Is con
valescent after a serious illness.
Charles C. Ilcid of Delawaiu vis
ited fiieiuls in tho ity yesterday.
Mrs. W. N. Harder has gone
to Washington. T C, for a visit
of boveral weeks wu'n lelatlves.
Mrs. M. M. Walker of Jackson,
Michigan,' is the guet of her cousin
Mrs. I). Ij. Sellers of Ellis Placo.
Carl LIcbold, of Mansfield, was the
guest of relatives In tho city yester
Mrs. Charles Cuitls, of Charles
town, Ohio, Is tho guest of relatives
In tho city.
Mis. ,T. C. Walteis Is vory Blck
at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Manual Pailsh, of Pearl stieet.
Mrs. Phillip Salter loft today for
Cincinnati whcie her sou's wife,
Mrs. lien- Sailer is seriously ill o
Mr. and Mis. J. P. Penry returned
to their homo In Prospect Thuibday
after a visit ot six months with rel
atives In Kdgerton, Kansas.
Mr., and Mrs. J. Watklns, ot
lola, Kansas, are guests at the home
of Mr. and Mia. Walter Adams of
Mr. Robert Coe, ot Olnoy avenue,
returned homo today from Charles
town, Ohio, where he had been vis
iting relatives for several days.
Mrs. Ilmraa Llebold, of Columbus,
Is the guest of Mr. and Mis. Charles
W. Loftier, of South Greenwood
Mrs. Kntharlno Manner has re
turned to her homo In Lima, after a
upleasant visit with her brother Mr.
0. Anthony and other lelatlves and
Mr. nnd Mis. Pert Leo, of Darn-
hart stieet, returned homo Monday
after a top days' visit with Moirow
county iclntlves and friends.
I Mr i nnd Mrs. G. Anthony, ot
IJarnhart stieet, nio In Ada this weok'
attpn,IuK thonieunloiiuof 'the 118th
KeginiqHt, )fivhlqJi .-MmiiAMliony
served over thipo ypamudtii'lug the
Civil war. . , , . rfi- i I
Misses Susan nnd IJllzaboth O'Don
noll, of Olnoy aenue, left today for
Mansflold, whoio thoy wero called
by tho death of their uncle, Mr. Am
broso Kunemnn, a well known resi
dent of that city who passed away
early Thursday mornlngy Tho do
ceased was woll knownrfn this city.
Orchestra danco tonight in Schwlng-
Shoe for women.
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l he new things are
better than e
Patent colt, lur
and welts, $4.00.
lace and button.
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- - Store open to-night.
Meet Us Face to Face,
We Will Treat You Right
BEATTY & LONG'S
The Quick Sales and Small Profit
.... Shoe Men ....
You Know Us.
THE DEPARTMENT CO.
Gas, Coal or Wood
Many Seasonable Articles
grouped horo for easy buying. Thoy aro much lowtr in nrlco here
than elsewhere. '
I Metal Pattry Boards. 25c
I Varnish Stain, all colors. .. .10c
JUdnch S,tovo Pipe 9c
6-inch Corrugated Elbows.. 9c
50 feet Wire 01othe3 Lines.. 9c
50 feet Braided Clothes Lines 9c
Zilk Toilet paper, roll,... 5c
Stove Pipo Enainol 15c
White or Black Enamel. ...15c
10 quart Tin Buckets, .rrrrw
Dinner Buckcts.fjtoYl . itfvii2 .Mll
Oc Pearl BiittMs.rdozeiiisvJ'fle
10c Paper Assorted Needles 3c,
Saxony Yarn',' skein,
rc box assorted Hair Fln3,
2 boxes . 5c
Floral OroM Papc:, roll,,., 9c
1 lb. JarAVosellne 10c
THE RACKET STORE
An examination disclosed that hoi
meeting, t , fij5m;' ,
er's hall., Ladles, 10c,
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