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TH43 MARION BA1LY,
MIRIKWIWIODNEWDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1907
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Practical Xmas Gifts.
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Slab Wood and Cuttings
We have plenty of each on hand just now. If
you need either, it would be well to order now.
HARD AND SOFT COAL. WOOD
IMPLEMENT MANUFACTURING CU,
BEST QUALITY GOODS ONLY
Lime, cement, sewer pipe, etc. MARUandSOFT COAL
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VHINA.CUT GLASS, Etc
do. to the biggest cltios and you will find no larger, no (Indr
Oliristmaa ptooks aud you won't find suoh reiiBonable prloej
Every china market of the old world hns contributed Its sharo
of fancy decorated jvnd art Roods and wo urge early selection
before the throngs appear. Christmas shopping will begin Mon
day morning and grow nioio lively until Xmas.
Markerts China Store
WE EXCEL in Laundry Work be--
cause we spare neith
er time nor money in order to turn out perfect
work. - Anthony's Laundry.
-The main reason why YOU should buy
dHlItrom us is that you get just
what you pay for. Won't that j
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IT'S A GOOD TIME TO BUY
North Greenwood St.
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We sell tie "Waterman's
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Large Audience Greets the
FATHER I. J. VAUGHAN
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Appears as Third Number of
"Sermons From Shakespeare," Sub
ject of a Masterly Discourse
Given at Epworth M. E. Church
Father L. ,T. Vauglinn appeared at
Epworth M. K. church Tuesday
evening as( the third number on the
Y. M. C. A. lecture course. (A largo
and Intelligent audience was enter
tained for an hour, while the remark
able orator painted magnificent pic
tures of Shakespearian characters and
disclosed some ot tho prettiest les
sons and Impressive thoughts that
have been expressed In a lecturo In
this city In many years.
"Sermons from Shakespeare," was
the subject of tho lecture which the
dramatist Interpreted. Twelvo years
of Btago nto In which lie carried tho
heavy roles In various Shakcspcar-
Inn plays, fitted tho lecturer to handle
the subject In a masterly way. Fath
er Vaughan is n painter of word pic
tures and with hia powerful and mo-
locflous voice he Is able to drlvo his
thoughts home to the hearts of his
Mr. William P. Moloney Introduced
the speaker. Father Vaughan Im
mediately plunged Into his subject
and there was not a dull moment
from the beginning to tho end ot
the lecture. Ho declared that If
tho work of Shakespeare Is llteraturo
then literature Is an art and should
bo studied as nn art. "It you have a
magnificent mnsternleco of art, do
you lay It on the lower sholt of
your parlor center-piece or do you
place It high upon the wall whore
every vlhltor may admire tho beau
tiful scene. W'.hy Is your volume
of Shakespeare hidden beneath the
library table. Is It not one of the
greatest masterpieces of art In lang
uage that the world has over had?"
said tho lecturer.
Father Vaughan pronounced Shakes
peare a marvelous picture artist. Said
ho, "tho first feature which tho
artist alms to develop before paint
ing his, scene is to have a, magnificent
and appropriate' background. The
background ot Julius Caesar rolls out
before tho reader In marvelous
iThb lecturer pictured Caesar's rls?
and downfall as Shakespcaro had
portrayed It. Ho acted tho sceno of
Ma'r,k Antony, llrutus, Casslus over
tho dead body of .Caesar. Ho ex
claimed that the scenes of Julius
Caesar woro simply drawn pictures
of n "world without a God. "
iFathor Vaughan reviewed tho play
of Henry tho Eighth, giving an Im
pressive description of the downfall
of Cardinal Woolsey, Perhaps what
would be considered ono of the rich
est and most dramatic parts of tho
lecturo was the portrayal of SlVylock
In tho Merchant of Venice. He acted
tho part of tho rich Jow when
Antonio asked for tho loan of throe-
thousand ducats, Tho act was per
haps the finest over seen In the city.
"Tho play of tho Merchant of Ven
ice Is neither a tragedy or comedy,"
said tho speaker, "hut It Is a satlro.
It ridicules professed
without brotherly love.
It Is a satire
of Christian teachings
"No man In tho history of tho
world has pictured more deep down
devils than did Shakespeare, lago
In Ofhello Is as mean and desnlsable
n character as could oe painted. Yet
whero Is there a more beautiful
character than Desdamona." he said
In closing the sneaker' rofored to
various scenes In tho play of
MR. SIDNEY FIELD
DIES IN MICHIGAN
Deceased Very Well Known
in This City.
Bad Often Visited at the Home of
His Daughter,- Mrs, ,
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jMrHj.'noorga lE.Ji BarnardWof iSoutlf
State street,. received. viu; telegram
death of herid father, 'I'Mr, Sidney
Field, at Coldwator, Michigan, Tues
day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mr. Field was seventy-threo yeara
of ago' and his demlso was due to a
general breakdown. Ho had often
visited In this city and was quftp
jj )tnown aer0( Besides Mra. Barn-
ard, another daughter, Mrs. Edwin
uiarKneas, or cowwater, survives,
I iDfttr mill fia T1nfnn.fl drill tanvn
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ifhursday morning to attend the fun-
eial which will be held Friday,
EWiOF THE DEMB
tamed When Funeral Ear-,
ty Reached Marion.h -
B. C.Gedmu was Taken 111 Short
ly After: Arrival in South Body
Arrives Mere This Noon.
The liwtt!-KwordB that Henry C.
Godnmn'j'aT known to have spokon
wero lnjtl; form- of a llttlo jest
with hW wlfo who was on her way
to call a - physician., Just a .little
while"' befow his death at Daytona,
ria Saturday. As sho started out
of tho house he told her that sho
"'had abetter, take tho baby" with
her, roferrlng to a llttlo dog
wJulch they had. When sho re
turned with tho physician, Mr.
Godman was found to bo dying,
Tho details of tho death wero
made known today after tho nrrlv.
al 6f tho funeral party from Day.
tona. Saturday aftornoon, n short
tlmo after the family reached "Day
tona for Iho winter, Mr. Godman
made conipliJlnt of severe pains In
his arms and back. He ato lunch,
however, 1 Jind seemed not to be
iln distress. A physician was called
and gayo him, some medicine. Tow
ard night his pains increased and
Mrs. Godman insisted, upon calling
tho doctor again. Her husband pro
tested, 'but sho went for tho physi
cian, nevertheless, and upon her
return with the doctor It was at
once seen that nothing could bo
done to-save Mr. Godman 's life,
and he passed away without ha v.
Ing again Spoken and within a
few minutes after they had entor-
ed tho room,
Funeral services wero held at
0:30 tills ; morning at his now
home 1415(riBaBt Uroad street, Co
lumbus, and tho body was brought
to Marlon ,..for burial.
The funeral party, bringing tho
remains, (arrived hero on tho
Pennsylvania,' at 12:47 o'clock this
afternoon, and'' proceeded at once to
Marlon cemetery T whoro a short
sorvlco was followed by into'r
ment. Tho remains wero met at
tho station and escorted to tho
cometery by a large number of
tho local friends of tho deceased.
&Ir. Ed. Stalger loft la3t night for
a business" trip to Chicago.
Mr. Wllllani .Benodlct of. Los
Angeles, California, is tho guest
of Mr. and Mrs. John ', Krols
of Walnut street.
Mr. Kmorson Schoe'nlaub has re.
turned from tho State univorslty
and will spend tho Christmas holl.
days visiting his parents.
I Dr. and Mrs. D.W. rcNeal and
(Mrs Li. It. -McNcal of Prospect left
this morning for Columbus, North
Carolina, where ihoy will make their
GRAHAM SHORTHAND IS BRST.
We put up as line a
box of pure chocolates af?
50c a pound, as you can
buy for 80c a'pound, in
We put them up fresh,
every day, so, you know
what you are buyiug
, yhp quality (.ia. absplutely
"pure, and theassortment
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We are jilling a large
number of Candy; orders
these days May we not
add your name to our
list of satisfied customers ?
Give something that has a. use.
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Now is the time to buy. We will deliver them to
you at anytime before Christmas.
HUGHS & CLEARY,
Main and Center.
Special Meeting on Sunday
RARETREAT IS PROMISED
Well Known Orator Recently
Appeared in City.
Lecture will be Absolutely Free
Subject' "Ihe Drama of Life in
By special arrangement with Jiho
Chicago Lyceum bureau, ,T. H". Oatey,
general secretary of, the Y. M. C. A.
has secured Dr. Thomas Green.Mho
noted lecturer who opened tho citi
zen's lecturo course hero several
weeks ago, to deliver another of his
famous loctures in the Y. M. C. A.
auditorium at 3 o'clocic nexi sumw
afternoon. The lecture will be abso
lutely freo, tho association to sianu
all expenses connected with tho en
tertainment. Tho largo audlenco that listened to
this lecturer's effort at Epworth
church soveral weeks ago, pronounced
him ono of tho finest speakers and
most pleasing orators that has over
been heard In tho city. It Is a
wonderful opportunity for Marion
people to have presented and no ono
can fall to miss this special meet
ing next. Sunday aftornoon. Dr.
Green will give his lecturo "Tho
Drama of Llfo In Three Acts."
.Dr. E. Li. Brady, coroner of Ma
rlon county and ono of tho city's
most prominent physicians, will lec
ture In tho Y. M. C. A. nudltorlum
Friday evening at 8 o'clock. It will
bo ' tho second of a special lecturo
series by various physicians or tho
Mr, Vernon Main, osslstant secre
tary of tlio Y. M. C. A. has re
turned to his dutleB after an ahsenco
ot soveral days on account of sick
ness. flic Gebhardt and C. D. & M.
bowling teams of the Y. M. C. A.
league will roll a postponed gamo on
the Y. M. 0. A. alleys at 7:30
TRY ADMIRAL. COFFRF).
MRS. A. MORROW
To Receive $466 42 From the
Collect $509 for Her Ser-
vices ' as Nurse.
After being out llttlo moro than
a half hour, tho Jury In tho case
ot Mrs. Armlnta Morrow against
Itov. C. W, , Honsol administrator
of tho estate of Mrs. Julia
Schroto, returned a verdict giving
Mrs. Morrow' Judgmont for ,f4flfl,42.
Sho sued for ,$5!M) ' which sho claim-
Most all stores arc stingy vith their credit.
We are different, we extend credit to everybody,
and plenty of it
is here and )Tou will need all your ready cash to buy
presents.. You will also need clothing! Come to us
buy what you want. Tell the clerk that you want it
charged. Pay a little each pay day the only way to
buy clothing. Give us n.call. N
Marion Clothing & Cloak Co.
SOON BE WITH US.
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Just a few more shopping days left. "BETTER
HURRY", get busy. Early selections means
"FOR HIM" . . . .
Golden Eagle Clothes Shop
Neuro Magnetic Treatments case pain r.nd remove disease from
tho human body is now proven beyond ull dispute or cavil. Somo
of Marion '8 most respected and Influential citizens have shown
their willingness to testify to said fact under oath. Hence tho treat,
inent Is growing dally popularity. NO CHAltGE for diagnosing and
prescribing trcntment. .
.'. C. MARSH,
Phono 1700 " 437 Franklin Gtreet.
ed was duo her for sorvlces ren
dered in nursing Mrs. Schrote.
Tho hearing of tho caso started
Tuesday morning and lasted until
1 o'clock Wednesday aftornoon.
Rev. Mr. Honsol states that the
caso will not likely bo carried into
tho hlghor courts.
A Little Descriptive Stroke by Char '
Thero Is a story that Charlotte
Bronte, when a girl of 1C, uroko out
very angrily nt somo ono who said sho
was always talking about clever poo
plo. such as Johnson and Sheridan,
"Now, you don't know tho moaning of
clever," sho said; "Sheridan might be
clover scamps often are; but Jonn
son hadn't a spark of 'clevorallty' In
him." That remark really gives the
cssenco of Johnson and tho koy to the
great qualities of his work; for, In his
case, oven more than In most, the
proso was tho" man. Whoever want!
''clevorallty," whoever wants what
Mr. Boranard Shaw is supplying to the
presont goneratlon, had best lcavo
Johnson alono. Tho signal merit of
Johnson's writings is that ho always
means what be says arid always says
what he means. He may often have
talked for victory but, except, per
haps, in the political pampbloU, ho
tlwaya wroto for truth.
Word Making. "'
"Is that young woman , an au
thoress!" "No," answered tho man'who dls
likes affected forms of spoech; "the
a newspaper reporteresa."
A Purpose for the Change.
"I thought that mirror In your bed
room had a black frame," Bald her
visitor. "Didn't It?"
"It did," sho replied, "but you see, It
Isn't mine. It belongs to somo people
In tho next flat, who asked mo to
keep It for thorn until Soptember, aud
so 1 have painted tho frame light bluo
to match my bedroom, and, too, an
they won't know it Is theirs when they
Party. Dancing and Full Dress
Slippers, Patent and Suede in Black
Suede'in 'Gray faake1 "roost accepta
ble Xmas presents.
Carriage Boots for the'Qab or Auto-'
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