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The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio) 1892-1912, January 11, 1908, Section One, Image 5

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THB MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JANUARY H, 1903.
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BEATTY 4 LONG
F. E. CUTHERY
IS SELECTED
Chosen President
Board.
of School
HARD FIGHT SETTLED
After Twenty-five Ballots
and a Star Session.
William Waddell is Chosen to Fall
the Vacancy on the Board of
School Examiners.
lAlter castiiic tw&nty-nvo ballots at
fAm. . nMm n-4 iul,i-. --Jit'10 meeting ot the school board Fri
VOIIie tO Our iefl, W A lie 311(1 (day evening' tho members went into
star chamber session, alter wnicn tne
retiring president George D. Christian
Jr., made a motion that Fred E.
Quthery ho elected president and up
on belng seconded by Mr, Spauldlng
it was piacea ueioro tuo ooaru re
sulting iu a vote ot 5 to 1 In favor
Blue Cat Price Shoe
Sale.
112 West Center Street.
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WILL SEND APPOINTMENTS
TO THE SENATE, MONDAY
Columbus, O Jan. n. Gover
nor .Harris, will Monday send to
thU; sonato tho nppointment of W.
i;vChmb4ilnJn; of Hudson, Summit
pompanyhncl; .t' w. Courtrlght of
AshvllIo.ViPlckawa'y county, as mom.
bcrs-of th'1; board of control of tho
state agricultural experiments sta
tion, at Woostcr.
ed unanimously, and his bond was
fixed at $300.
Owing io tho resignation of J. W.
Jacoby as a" member of tho board of
school examiners it was necessary to
appoint a now morribor to fill the
unexpired term, which ends AugU3t
31, 190S. Mr. William Waddell ww
chosen to flu the vacancy.
Superintendent Prunk aai:ed the
opinion of the board In regard to en-,
caging Professor W. M. D. Pathy to
deliver a lecture upon 'Radium,
Liquid Air and Wireless Telegraphy"
In tho High School Auditorium. Tho
ngents of tho lecturer havo been
aroiiBlng interest among tho teachers
nnd pupils In tho schools on tho
educational value of such a lecturo
and It was thought that the addross
would bo of great Interest and bene
fit. Member Dickerson, however,
still clung to tho idea that no ad
mission" should bo charged In the pub-
lie schools, thus bringing before some
pupils what others would bo unable
to seoure. Mr. Dlcknrson thought
that If It was necessary to tho
schools It should bo paid for by tho
board. A vote on the measuro was
taken which resulted in a tie. If
ibettcr advantages and lower prices
are offered by tho agents, action may
bo taken' on tho matter at tho meet
ing next Monday night.
, Upon 'motion of Member Christian
It was decided that "Iho board should
meet tho second and fourth Mondays
of each month as formerly. Next
NEW FEATURE
INTRODUCED
Lectures to be Given
" Week.
Each
REVEREND D. H. BAILEY
Speaks Friday at the School
of Commerce.
Students are Urged by Pastor of
Kpworth Church to Specialize
in Certain Branches.
of Mr. Guthery.. Tho vote In tho .Monday evening will bo tho nextreg-
frry Admiral coffeb
first session had turned from Mem
bers JJpaulding and Christian and
threatened to bo a tio between the
(Democratic miembers of tho l)Oard
for tho presidency. Messrs. Jacoby
and Guthery were tho favorites.
Upon his election tho now presi
dent Immediately took tho chair and
the business coming beroro tho board
was taken up. A motion was mado
by Member Dickerson that n. B,
Hill bo re-elected clerk or the Board
at a salary of $80 per year, pay
ablo monthly. Mr. Hill was re-elect-
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BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
0ALORE
Everywhere in pur Big Store and on most every
thing. All goods marked in plain figures.
,zt discount on our entire line of shoes. Look at
tftTprice then deduct 20. Our regular ',$1.50
Berries? shoes now at i$i.2o
(,.Oiir, regular $2.00 Boardman Shoes now $1.60.
. .Boardman special or Radclift'e $2.50 shoe now $2.00
ular mooting night
ne matter ot fixing a depository for
tho school funds was discussed and
action will bo taken on the matter
next Monday night. The board now
has $2981.41 in its funds and bills to
tho amount of $1000 are as yet unpaid
being left over from the Inst meet
ing. Clerk Hill was" authorized to pro
cure two hundred calendars with tho
list of tho officials, school board
mombcrs nnd tho teachers properly
placed thereon. In tho future tho
entire board will constitute the com
mute on'lcachers and Janitors.
iTInon .motion Iho board adjourned
until Monday night .-
ftGoodJinc men's shoes at 2095 discount. .
Children's soft sole shoes, 25c kind 19c,
50c kind
itiit.?
D. B. GOODSELL
BASTABLE
TO RESIGN
New Trustee to be Chosen
Monday.
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MEETING OF CREDITORS
; Will be Held Next Monday
Morning.
GEORGE R. STUART
SOUTHERN HUMORIST"
The "SAM JONES" of Today
Y. M. C. A.
Lecture Course.
Dr. STEWART will lecture at
Epworth M. E. Church
Tuesday Jan. 14th.
ON
"Lop-Sided Folks"
BBaaWal
Trustee in Bankruptcy for Marlon
Miaufjctarlag Cjtnpiny Tsader
Resignation to Referee.
Mr, Jumes ltastablo who has
acted In tho capacity of trustee in
bankruptcy for tho Marlon "Manu
facturing company, of Ohio, has
tendered his resignation to Hoforco
ltobert Cnrcy( of Upper Sandusky,
p.nd a meeting of tho creditors of
tho company will bo hold In tho
probate court room, Monday morn.
Ing, January. 20th, to elect his sue
cessor.
Othor Important matters portaln
ing to th old company will bo
J up. for coibldoratlon. Among thom
win uu uij iippncniion or tno trus
tee for authority to uso tho funds
in his hands to protect tho bills
recolvablof heretofore pledged as
collatonil to its bills payable and
for authority to soil nil tho bills re
ceivable. Mr. Dnstablo's first account;
shows receipts of $107,50.3.21. and
a halanco on hand of $13,291.(13.
Try ADMIRAL rjOFFKTO
Tho first of a series of Friday morn
ing lectures to bo gtvon by tho busi
ness and professional men ot the city
before tho students of Tho School ot
Commerce was given Friday morning
.by Rev. D. H. Dalley, pastor of
Epworth M. E. church. These lec
tures aro free to all who may desire
to attend. Thoy begin at 9 o'clock.
iMr. Ba'llcy spoke of tho two factors
student and teacher as constitut
ing a college, but said that a real
student may constitute a college by
himself, In his room, with one stool
and a few boqks to guide him. hence
tho student la tho moro Important of
tho two. "Wo become students for
h Information that wo may re
ceive and equip ourselves for life,"
said Mr. Dalloy. 'iTho well-informed
man, other things being
equal, will be the successful man.
It Is Important that we should spe
cialize In certain branches. Tho man
who has mastered certain branches
is a strong man. No man will bo a
strong man until he has specialized.
The men and women who aro suc
ceeding aro tho people who havo
mastered some things; they aro In
great demand. It Is far better to havo
a mastery of ono book, than to
have a Bmattering of a dozen. It Is
of rear vital concern to tho student
that ho master ono thine,
"Tho reason wo become studonts Is
for tho discipline mental training,
which enables us to say to our men
tal Intellects. 'Here, you do this
work.' Did you over hav o to say
that to your Intellect? That Is tho
value of &n education;. U gives us
strcngtn.of will to sav. 'Yon ,in w
and thon see, that It Is dono. avoiding
" uwiruciing tnings.
IMr. Bailey closed his yaudress
with an urgent appeal to live a
morai mo. Ho said that he believed
98 to 90 per cent, of tho failures, no
matter fn what particular vocation,
aro failures because of a break-down
moral cnarctcr. "When we conm
In
to analyze these causes, wo find them
in tno moral realm. Thcro Is not a
younp man In this room who will
not succeed, If you Hvo up to the laws
of morality," said tho speaker In
conclusion.
Clufcs cmo Societies.
GEORGE R. STUART
THCOftEATCVANOCUST
MASQUERADE SOCIAL
of
Single admission 50c, five more numbers
viii me uuui&B.
$2,50
Worth of enter
tain met for
$1.00 chair spat
$1 50 cushion seat
season
ticket
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Given by Ladies Aid Society
Agosta ftf. E. Church.
flMio adles Aid society of tho Agosta
Methodist church gave a masquerade
social in Tlie town hall Friday ovon
Ing. About eighty people woro pres
ent and tho allalr proved an occasion
m mucii social consequence. An
old fashioned taffy pulling was tho
principal feature ot tho ovoning.
Trv AD.MIUAT. COVvbii.
Ono of tho most delightful soclat
functions of the week was given at
tho Huber' hall yesterday ovnnlnrr
wheii tiro 'Marion order of tho United
Commercial travelers No. 129, enter
tained their la'dy and gentleman
friends at a reception and ball. It
was the annual conclave of the ordor
and neither trouble nor oxpenso was
spared to make It tho great success
which It proved to be.
Tho front offices of tho Pronder
gast company were thrown open for
tho accommodation of tho guests
A gent's smoking room and card
rooms wer propared for thoso not In
dulging in tho dance.
ri'ho halls throughout wero prettily
decorated in ferns and potted plants.
The orchestra was hidden behind a
banic ot' palms alul ferns.
rrno guests numboring about two-
hundred asomblod at 8 o'clock. Danc
ing began at 8:30 o'clock and con
tinued until 12. Miss Felkner's tlve
pleco orch'estra, furnished "the music
for tho occasion.
' CVn olegant buffot luncheon was
served 'during lh'6' Intermissions In
dancing. Orange punch was served
during the ovoning, from a cozy cor
ner Tocatea at tho rear of tho sido
board. Ono of tho courses of tho
luncheon fas fruit sherbert furnished
through Tho kindness of Mrs. Ldppin-
cott of 'the Pilgrim Inn.
Tho success of tho affair was great
ly duo to tho efforts put forth by tho
teoeial committee which was com
pos6d"oi? Messrs. Russol Harmon, It.
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SriART & WADDELL'S claal1up
on footwear is saving some people lots of money.
HOW L ABOUT YOU?
r 'These, prices are far below the regular price: 48c, 69c, 98c, $1.98, $2 25, $3.15, $4,00.
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You havn't much
longer to think
it over.
This Remodeling Sale of ours
is the greatest we've ever had.
We want the room and the
goods must move.
$20 Suits and Overcoats $14.85
$15 Suits and Overcoats $10.85
$10 Suits and Overcoats $ 6.85
Hughs & CearyJ
I THE DEPARTMENT CO. M
! I East Center Street HSffl
II 3 vJrr 3 1KS.
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We sell for less because our expenses are
less. Come to our store and compare the
price with any other stores and you will
wonder how we do it, but never mind, it's
SC Jr &" Ji xvixi-jr vx gVV7Vl Xllliail,.
EASY PAYriENTS ON OUTFITS.
'MANHATTAN" The Quality Store.
TONIGHT
Open Until
II P. M.
25 off on CLOTHING,
20 off on FURNISHINGS.
The MANHATTAN
aH
H. McAlllstor and F. D. MoKImUss.
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.Tho Fortnightly club met at tho
hjmo of Mrs, Frank Tschnnon on
Orchard btvoot yesterday afternoon
iJracttcall; all of tho club members
woro present and the session prov
ed highly Interesting. Tho after
toon hours from 2. until 5 o'clock
wore pleasantly passed atembrold.
t:y work and social Intorcourso.
A light luncheon was a concluding
frnturo,
Mrs. Fmnk Huntor nnd Mrs,
William Trncy will bo hostesses
to tho club at its next meoting,.
Mr. "Wor-stor Siffrltt ploasantly
ontortainod tlio members of tho
Happy ou club at his homo on
GIrard evenuo yestorday evening.
All of tho club mombors woro prea.
out and c- real 'happy' tlmo xe
suited. The principal social featuro
of tho nvenlng was tlio fortune toll-'
ing series which was conducted by
Messrs. Vernon Snroats and ITom-.
or Baker, Klegant light refresh,
ments was a featuro of tho occ,'i
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