Newspaper Page Text
V 'V w $ WHAT This, however, is not the experience of only one man that i ought goods of us. It's your opportunity to get to buy Marion's highest class. Clothing and Furnishings at ls Off Regular Price BETTER COME SATURDAY THIS IS i NmRX SR0S. AND HESS new York rnomjcm New York, Kob. 16. -Flour- Dull nnd cosy, 0.05. 'Steady; mess 17.2517 CO. Dull; nilddlo west spot 8.95( SugorRftvV, firm; centrifugals, 9S test, j4.73; muscovado, S9 test, 4.2:1; re flncdjilrm; cut loaf c.50; crushed fi.4n; powdered G.80; granulated f,.70(0T,.7r. Coffcc-rlllo Nd. 7 on tho pot 14 1-1. Tallow Kasy; city C; country C 3-1 C 1-4.' t Ha-Dull; prlmo 1.3S; No. 3 1.02 1-2 01.10' clover 1.0001.20. Dressed poultry Klrm; turlseyn I7fl ?l; clilckcns 17 l'-2ff24; fowls 13G17; duekfj 1222;''' ' ' Ltvo poultry 'Easy; j; gorso I2i3; ducttlj 17(fflS;"fhwl's ltsfafi; turkeys 15 (PIG; (roosters 9 1-2; spring chickens 12 QVi if 2. Cheese Firm; stnto milk, common to npcclals, 14 1-217 3-4; skims, common to specials 7 1-201-1. Butter Easier; recemts 10,131; crea mery extra 31; state dairy tubs 25 31; Imitation creamery firsts 27. Eggs Weak; receipts C.SC3; nearby whlto fancy 40?4l; nearby mixed fancy 37; fresh firsts 37(ff39. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. Chicago, Fob. 16. Hogs Itccolpts 30.- 000; market weak: .mixed and butch ers rfiOffC.20; good Jitayy fi.00fffG.30; rougl, heavy G.90J?fc.0r1, light G.S00.20; pigs R25f?5.85. CntiSo Receipts 2,000; mnrkpt .steady bceveft 4.70fl J.50; icpvW ,nnd .holfars 2.10 fi6.G0j' stoelr ai d fbfcdeW 3,80ffG 15; Ttxajti l.COtfcrfWrs 15.7503.25. Shojj) necclptn C000; market stronnj nntlvo 3.35Rb.8fi; rWcstorn SCO 5M.90JJ lambs, natfca jf rfrfp.90; west ern 4500.90. J I J (, j jr IC$5T ntJFFAIO IjIVJZ RTOOK. EajjIlurfar.o, N. v., Fob. 10. Cattle Itccollta 100 head; market slow and stcadF; iwImQificern . W$; butcher grudiU 3.2CiC.iC. Caljfcs IccolitK cop lvpad; market nctlvegand firm; eull to cholco G11. Shcj . and , lamb ItfcopltH 7,000 hcadigmarkot nctlvd, ciolco lamljs C.93 T7.1GScull to fair G.:3iff0.75; yearlinga C05.7JJ sheep 'UKtO. Hogs Ttccepltfl 3,400; market nctlvo yorkors fl.n0(5G.7G; pigs (J.23UG.35; mix ed C.03jrc.7C; heavy 6.G0OG.70; roughs CBOffG', stags Ci5.G0, CTiEVEhNl IiIVE STOOIC. Cleveland, O., Feb. 1G. Hogs 2.00?; 15c higher; heavies nnd mediums 0.50; mlxod, yoikcrs nnd lights O.G0; pigs C.10 (06.25. Cattfc 10 cars; weak to 10c Jowor. Sheep and lambs 10 cars; G.75 top. CalvesT-150; 9.5.0 top, rprsnuno htvic stocic. Pittsburg, lfi Fob. 1G. Cattlo ltr cdptiTjllKht; mnikot steady; uhoteo 7.G', ?7.85ggood C.25JG.80; fair GO5.G0; veal colvcti 9(frp.C0. Sheg nhrt lambs rtccolpls light; market steady to higher; prhno wot hers -f.sOfiH.GO; good mixed 3.85511.25; folr n'jljfcd 3.25(f?3.75; nprlng lambs li? , ' 0.90. g Hogs Receipts 15 doublodccks; mar Let lfeloc higher; prlmo heavy hogs 6.G5; mediums 6G5; heavy yorkors G.G5; light "jyorknrH G.25JJG. 10; pBs CJ(G.15j rougha C,75(C;, stags G1J5.00. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, O., Fob, 1C Wheat m Cash 98 3-4; iJlay 1.01 1-2; July 97 1-8; 6eptombor 95 3-8. Corn Cash 7; '.May 69 09 1-4; September G9 3-4. Oats Cas.li 54; May 54 GO; September 43 3-4. UyoCasli 94. Clovorsood Josh' and 1 July 7-8; July Fobrurtry 13.80; March 13, 8R; No. 'i, 13.50; No, 3, 13.20; rojectod 13.00. Alslko--Cash 13.30; March 13.35. Timothy Cash 7.00; Maroh 702 1-3. ' Dutjor, pgss,and hay Uncluuiiroil. ' OIIIOAGO GRAIN. Chicago, I'ob. 10. Closo Vhont May jiji 1-8; July up 1-4. Corn May and July down 1-8. Oal Way and July unchangod. IProvlslons lower. Wheat -May, open 1.01 1-4, closo ldl 38; July, open 95, oloso 05 1-4. Corn1 May,.ouon 08 1-4, closo CS l-8;Sjuiy, opoiT07 3-4, closo 07 5-8. Oats 'May, opon 52 1-2, closo 62 1.2; Jujy, open 47 7-8, oloso 47 7-8. iPorlc MUy, opon 1G.10, closo 16.90;' July, open 1G.25, closo 10.15. Lard iMay, 9011 9.15, closo 0.07; July, open 0,30 closo 9.25. Rlbs May, opon .8.72, closo 8.06; July, open 8.80, oloso 8.70. i B.ig Line of Valentines At Popular Prices, Suit Everybody. TSCHANEN'S Drug Store MR: SMITH SAID "I never bought any suit in my life as nice than at your sale." THE STORE THAT MAKES GOOD. LEGAL .PROCEEDINGS Continued from Voce One. I Will dlo right 1 Will die because 1 killed a man," saM young Hcbiiltss as the ni'icxt told him to steel himself In tho face of death, l'rayors wero re newed, and without hesitating those two1 foVlowrd tho others In tho death march. Thuy exhibited tho same; sidle Iridlfforenco to tho howls ind din of tho prisoners In tho Jail and paid no attention to tho crowd of 200 who wit nessed tho hanging, as ho mounted tho scaffold, SchultK, tho olghteen-yeor glil boy to save whoso Hfo such donper nto oiroris nnu neon maue, kiici: "Cod forglvo mo. 1 did not know torrlblo It wns." Quickly, tho oxecu tlonors adjusted tlto straps and tho traps wero sprung for tho second time. JENNINGS ALSO. An hour lator tho negro, Jennings, followed tho samo pat:i from tho death cVlla. Ho wogweak, but showed no tflgn of a breakdown. TI16 priests ac companied him and cnrrlq'd a cruclfls wjilclu ho lUsscd boforo.tho cap wus puVc(J down. Tliep for tho third tipi'o tho trap dropped, and the Hvo Hvos had boon snuffed out; tho law hud bcpn vindi cated. vTho bodies! worq turned p.vor to tho stato embalmor and will' 1m turned ovor-to th relatives. , In their llttlo homo near-.Hou'iuan-vllle, a suburb, tho parents of tho two SblblawsUI boys waited "ibo news of tho cxcautlon with teailcRS sorrow burdened faces. Tho aged father said for his wlfp and himself: PvMDFOR THEIR CRIME. "Our poor boys havo paid for thoir crime. God help them. Wo would glvo our iIIvch to clonnso them. I liopo God has forgiven them. Wo did tho best wo could for them when thoy cio children. Thoy nlwnyo went to church and to nchoo-. Pnrhnps had wo dono nioro for them they would nover havo been tempted to commit such a ci'Imo." "Ah, God, It Is too much. I pan not bellovo It. Thoy did not hang him. My Walter, ho was always so good and tiuo to mo." Sobbing thfcso worls, Julia Klein, clghtoun-yonr-o7d swce:!ionrt of Jlwuld (WalloT) ShlblawsKI, rcrused to ladlcvo that tho man slu loved was dead. When told that thero was no doubt, that thoro would bo no wedding for her In April, nw had been planned, tho girl fell Into her mother's arms, and ci led hysturlcnUy. fcast night, when who took lift' llnal leave lu tho county Jail, tho girl cried: WAI.THIVH HWKKTHKART. "Oh, Waltor, Walter, I lovo you so. It can not bo that you aro to dlo. Thoy do not know you, who condemn you. I iiluni) know tint yau aro good and truo and I can live no longer If thoy tukq your llfo." Tho girl had bojllovcd Impliclty In the man sho was to marry and during tho long weary months of tho trial and the preparations Tor death, sho uoikod constantly to oaru inouoy to carry oh tho light for life. Who hnd saved a llttlo monoy which was to go toward furnishing a home. All of thin went for tho deronrio of Kwohl. Tho girl labored night and day for tho defenso of hor lovor. Sho Inter ested philanthropists, eottlumont woi It ers and lawyurs. Sho wns told that sl'o was working hoisolf to death. "It makoH no difference,' sho ro 'piled. "I must savoilm for myself ad woll as for hlmsolf. I can not llvo without him and If I fall, I, too, Ahull dlo." MURDER OF GURIOW. Tho murder of Frod W. Guolzow wan declared by tho police to be the most brutal iln tho history of Chi cago, Tho young true:; gordonor wis hold up, robbed and murdered ub ho was coiiilng to niarkot October 20 last. Ewiild. Shlbilawskl wns arrested a foW days after Guolzow's disappearance. Ho was wearing his vtctltns shoos. Kwald Immediately confessed nnd Im plicated his broMier and other mom hers of tho gaiu't All inter adbilttcd thoir part of tho crime. Ewald's confession as read to tho Jury at tho trial wns tn part: THE MARION DAILY I v V V ? ? ? T f f f ? T t good and as J. "GucIkow was terribly spared w'irn ve stoppod blm. Hi, told lis to take his money and stillT, but to let him go. 0110 of tho gang told 1110 to quiet him and I did good nnd, iVcnty. I kicked hi nidown but ho cried out about his Wfo and lmby. Then I Jnmed a stick Ir.toMils month whlto the others were beating him over tho bond. Some body pulled n knlfo nnd began stab bing him. Yen, we fixed him good and plinty. After wo stripped him he wns not iprlto dond and wo boat him some more. Then wo drugged the ldy Into the woods nnd bid It." SIX MEN FOUND GUILTY. Tho jury convicted after u few min utes' deliberation. Six men wero found guilty but two, becnuso of their youth, slNtccn years, wero sentenced to life Imprisonment. Jennings broko Into tho homo of Clareneo Hlllcr, a n."Way dork, and altomptcd to assault his daughter. HII 'er grappled with the negro and was phot dead. Tho negro escaped but was lator arrested an a nusiwet and the crl'nio llxed on him by liner marks. A crowd of 2,000 uconlo surroundod tho Jnll whllo tho executions took Olnce. Tho pollco rescn-es with dlffl- culty managed tho crowds and kept the entrances to tho Jail open. Tho executions today constituted the biggest hnnglng In tho nlstory of tho stato. Only Tour anarcltlsts wero hang ed Tollowod 'the Haymarket riots. Sheriff ZImmor declared after tho ex ecutions had boon completed that ho Pill start campaign ngalnst capital punishment In this state Ho sold tho oxecutlon of these men will no havo the offect of checking trime. Ho de clared tho stnto shouM havo a law punishing llrst-degreo murder wl(h Im prisonment for Hfo without hope of olomcilcy nnd Hint tho earnings of tho prisoner should go toward tho suport of tho Burlvvors of his victim. .MilhlnusklH Hauled. .Chicago, Fob. 10. Ewold and Fcxnk Shlblawskl, brothers), wbro bunged at 10:1 In tho county Jail hero. They mounted tho gallows to gether and will bo followed .immedi ately by Philip fe'onierllng nnd Thomas pohulU, Itho other members of tho Shlblawskl gang, in expiation of tho murUor of Frod W. tluolzow. T.lio olTlclal tlmo of tho dropping of tho gallows trap was glvon as 10:17. Ewnld wan pronounced dond by tho physicians at 10:20 and Frank half a nijnuta later. Thoir necks wero brokon. Tho men showed no emotion as they marched from thoir cells to tho scaffold. They wero accompanied by Father O'llrlen, who has licon with them eoiuJointly lnco early morning. Roth assisted tho execu tioners In adjusting tho straps ami both .prayed constantly as tho flnnl preparation wero made. Throo JurioH of fourteen physicians each, witnutHcl tho hanging. Soniciiliig And Scliull:. Chicago, l.'cib. 1G. Philip Somer. ling and Thomas Soluillzo woro hang ed at 10:G0. Thoso tnon, with Shl jlHws!l,l Ibrothers, constituted tho nilurtot condomnod for tho murder of Frod W. Cuol.ow. Somcrllng was pronounced dead at J0:r.S and KchuUo at 10:69. Doth men uoro themsolvos composedly in tho faco of donth. With Fathor O'llrlon, thoy marched from their murmurlntJ colls to tho bonffold, )raycrs aftor tlio prlost. Thoy con tinued praying as tho straps and the black caps wero adjusted. All tho executions wont off without a hitch. It was announced that no further stops towards tho oxocutlon of Thomas Jounlngs, tho negro m 11 ni oro r, would bo taken until tho pro ceedings boforo United Blatoa Judgo Iiudls hnd 'boon flnall. dispose 1 of. Jennings Iliuifr. Chicago, Frib. 10. rrhoms Juiiulg.! negro, tho llfth victim of tl,6 exo cutlonor In tho county jail lure .0 day, was hanged at 12:1C f.or the murder of Claionco Illllur. Ho had oypoctud, to the last moment I lint Judgo Lnudis would order u roxplto for lilm. Jennings was pronounced dead at 12:27 p, m. Tho nogro refunod to iw'ilfo any Mtutomont rogurdlnK .his orlmo. It was bollovod he would cut. foss. If ho did, It wns to Father O'Brlon, In tho sanctity of a formal confosslon of tho ohuroh. and this will novor bo ravonlod. Jonnlngs was convicted largoly upon tho ovl donco of his llngor prints. Pay tlio I'c'imlty, Chicago, Fob. 16. Dying us thoy had lled, unconcerned, almost without emotion and with their natures baroly teiiohod by tho offorta of tho religious lien who labored with them, four of tlio murderors of Fred W. Guolzow, Jr., paid tho death penalty In tho canity courthouso here, today. Tho men oxecuted woro: ' Ewnld Shlblawskl, twcnti'-fuur. Frank Shlblawskl, twenty-ono. riilllp Komoi'lliiB, thirty-four. Thomas Schultz, olghteon Tho men mode no ante-mortem stato montfl. All had confessed tho crime I'lul when all hopo of resplto had Ixien abandoned, nil announced themselves ,as ready to mount tho scaffold. Not MIBROK, EBIDAY, rgBRPARY 10, 1912. lblniklf who, hanenrl flrrfl bA Inir nmlHtrri In mounting ti, .nYnfil bv a orison offlcml Early today, lawyers for tl&so men and Thomns Jonnln&s, tho negro also stntoncod to litthtr today, inn do final cfforta to KlVo thorn Tho supremo cctirt at Springfield was vainly ap pealed to, nnd procecdngs to havo tho men declared Insnno wre started bo foro Judgo MoKlnley sere All pleas woro disallowed liy the courts. After hearing arguments on the cbargo that Thomas .(milnKs' consti tutional privileged had been violated li forcing him to nuke linger prints, on which ovldonco lid whs convicted of tho murder of Claronco Illller, federal Judge limits rofiuoi- to order a stay oi tho execution. , Tho cimrt held that such ovldonco wan a nrtrt of tho Idontl llcatlon of tho prisoner. Tho stolid unconcern. .( nature of tho whlto murderers, their icemlng titter dfsrognrd of thoir own fate, nnd thoir Indlfforonco to tho suffering of others wan nccontuatod hint nlRht when forty relatives gathered In tho corridor of the Jail for tho flnnl leave taking. The uy ckispcu nor son in :u-r arms. Jullu Klein, tho young girl whom Ewnld wns to marry, throw Her arms about his neck and had to be pnrlM from him by force. Tho wives of Frnlik Shl I lawskl nnd Philip ;;oinprllnK wore present nnd the parents of young HliultS!. When Jailor avlis announced that tho tlmo for tbi departure of tho Wlativo-i had arrived. Ewnld Shlblaw f Kt said: "Yea, fcako thom ttwn. Wo lovo them, but It makes iih think too much of tomorrow to soo fcipm crying hero." Thon enmo tho priests. Fathers O Hrlon, Rnplnskl and McDonald spent hours with tho men praying with them and hearing their last conrowlons Whon tho priests In 'urn departed, tho condemned men jat down to play pok er. Thoy gambled their money, their trinkets- nnd their elotiu When thoy slept, their slumber wn? Mrnvv and tm. Ii.tcrruptcd. This mnrnlng thoy nto heartily and after snvng a mnss with 'Father O'Hrlon thov wpre Informed Hint tho courts had ngaln refiisod to Inlerfore. "Woll, thoro's nothing pine for lit. Vro roidy, ain't he, fellowsY" sold Sc merllng. AVIion tho death march of the Shi- l'awskl began, tho other prisoners In tho Jnll set up a torrlflc bowling. Thoy moaned and yollod and beat their tin cups on tho liars of their colls. The noise wan deafening, but slowly nnd ddlborntoly with a priest on onch side of them ono marching lfore, tho two brothers said thoir newlv learned prayers. .Supremo Court Denies .Motion. Sprlngflcfid, Ills.. Fob. 10. Tho stato supremo court denied t'10 motion for n writ of supersedeas In tho caso of the four whlto Chicago murderors, condemned to dlo today chief Justlco Cnrter, In iiiitiollncln'g the dcolilon or thf entlro court, "ijbld that' tho point mbort by th6 plaintiffs In error, tlutt tho nrrnlgnmont wa not propor, wyns v.lthimt mortt. 'Tbp motion for a supersedeas and stay or execution was denied.. J J Rcrused Sln,V'of Kvrriitloii. Chicago, Feb. 1G; aJirltcd iVntes Judgo LandN refusodno grant a stay of execution in 'behalf of Thomns- Jen nlngs, tho negro muitforor or Clarence Hlllor. The court, after a full .hear ing held that thero had been no viola tion of Jennings' constitutional priv ileges In UBlng ns ovltlonep finger prints thair the police forced 'blm to make. The court rilled that such evi dence Is merely a part of the genenl physical Identification of a prisoner, tho mi mo as the footprints and bndv prints, which havo always been ad intttcd ns evidence. Slierirf dimmer linmodlntoly i arted preparations to hang tho negro. n n a a mm is n a WIRE PLASHES . :: !.': :!::;!: jt j; ;s -j jj. Tho Girl Reformatory manifests a disposition to go to Marywvlllc. Tho woill white Is to bo stricken from tho Suffrage plunk of tho con stitution. War department 'Uptt 1,000,000 by i'oiwrij be 4u cut Dr. San has rolgu"bd as nrfisldent ot China nnd Yuan 81 if Ifal Is to l 1110 uieuu 01 1110 iiisw rgpuniic. Tho Standard Oil company failed to socuro control of tho AVatnrs Plerco company of Kt. Tamils. Picrco holds tho fort. Ex-Govornor Ilorrlak confirmed Ambassador 'to 'Fronuq, . Donth lint at AVarrJor ttldgo now nuinborH four, Aloxnirildr orvaii'' having dlod today. Mrrt. AN'hlto Is vorj low. Ilonkorillarrj K I layoe was paroled from the O. P. today. ' Gen. Sickle's bank III New wont Into 11(Uldatluu today. York KoosoM'lt In a Ro.v, Now A'ork, Fob. 10. Ono of tb most romnrhublo reoptous over given a irlvnto citizen, was tondorod Colonel Roosovolt In tho Metropolitan opera houso yestorday nftoruoon, although tho Tacts concerning it idld not be come 'gonornlly known Until Ituday Tho niidlouoo was 'Hoinowliiit aston ished to find that wbnt Is, known .s tho "royal box" ivhloh Js ,always re served for distinguished vlltor, had boon draped In the national colors. Shortly after tho porormaneo be gan, Rnosovelt ontorcd tho 'box. He 'wbb greeted wiMi suoh a thuntler or npplauso that tho liorforjhahco wai halted whllo ho stoad' up and bowed to tho crowd. Thon all tho slngera bowed In his direction, a groetlng whloh iwas acknowledged by tho col onol. . Uotwoon tho nets, tho colonel stood In tho entrance of Hho box and many filed 'by and shook liandfc with him Among thoso who greoted him was ox-Senator Chauneoy M, Depew. Ton sailing vessels each a century or more old, still nro In fervleo lu Den mark's merchant mnrlne. ASKS LEAVE 10 . FILE jpiiil Dry Period and Bootlegging Cases Called to Mind Today. ABIE AND COONRAD CASE Against H. N. Oberlander is Being Heard in Court. Petition In Kitoi. Filed 'J'lils Mornliif; lu tho Circuit Court by Almon Tin tic, Through His Attorney If. E. Hill. iHootlofrglng caws and tho dry period lu Marlon woro called to mind this morning when Henjamln C Housoworth, throtufh his attorney, I., E. Myers, II It'll a motion In tho ilr- ult count In tho caso of lleitjamln (' llouseworth, plaintiff In error, nffalnrt the stato of Ohio, defendant In er ror, Tho motion f asks that the plaintiff bo, given leuvo to lllo a. petition In er ror to revorso tho Judgment of (the court of common plea wibich af firmed the Judgment of tho convic tion of the plaintiff In orror .by J. (! Selter, former mayor. Tho" usual grounds of error are set Hi). , Tho easo of S. N? Abel and Charles Coournd, dmtliK htUlueM under tho lmino of Abel , Connrad, against II. X. Oberlandor, Is bsinv lien ml In the common pleas court today. Tho case ! the outcomo of u Urn In Uic OborlutrJr building on East Center street, Juno lfl, lfloi), when the Abel & Coonrad rertaurHiit was damaged. Certain repairs wero niado by tho propr46t6rs of tho retrtnurant and Judgment amounting to about $ 500 Is asked by thorn. Attorneys Mouiwr & Moloney repre- sout tho 'plnlntirfs. The dcfeiiN Js In tlio 'hnnds of Attorney C. Galtenger of Rucyrus. A petition "In orror was filed this mornliH? In tho ulroult court by Al mon Tattle, throush his attorney H E. Hill and Crlsslnger and Guthcry against the Stato of Ohio, defendant In orror. During tho Jnuuary lorm of e.ourt to three years lu the ponltttUhiry after being found guilty of attempt to rape. Judgo IWbst granted nn In dollnltu suspension of tho execution of Uio sentence on January 2, 1912. I u. . 4.f ( , Today Ju udg8 Spender ovorrulod a motion Son a- tjaw.'trlali In, tho jQpii- tested Ileal ia.wf election paievpft J.a. Rue. A bill of exceptions ot tho cusd Whloh warn lipnrdi (1nforo . l)Im sonio tlmo ago j;is Hied this morn ing1. ' $ "" Who Are f T T f T ? V ? T f ? ? V $ T ? X MM,maajE:;mBBSsa!gffi?aMS SAY bia&BaKBkiifa&( BUY YOUR MEATS AT Buehler 122 E. Center I Specials T v Hind Quarter Spring Lamb Fresh Roasting Pork Butts . Fresh Roasting Pork Hams f ? ? X Sirloin Beef J No. 1 Veal A t Extra Mild Cured Hams SS, X ? I A Cut I T f T ? Rate Main Office Chicago 111. vXMl&lMllW & Great Slaughter in Brass Beds 1 M 0FF M OFF This is a chance of your Lifetime to secure a High Brass Bed at your own price. 1-4 off on all Beds, in fact everything in the house is to go at one-fourth off as we have new goods coming in all the time There is no reason why you can't have nice fur niture in your homo as well as your neighbor. Our terms are asy. Come in and let us show you our line. t J -At, The Hoover-Rowlands Co. Makers of Happy Homes Your Credit is Good. Ill N. Main aaiaiaLjLi&iymggmBE3 on't Forget Schwartz's Underselling Store at 118 S. Main is giving c lj ZJFZJ on entire winter stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnishings to make room for Spring stock. A petition for the snlo ot real est saatp as provided for In tho will ot Amanda M. ShafTcr was lllcd In the probnto court today by John l Rllcw .1. W. llogland. executors of the estate of Amanda M. Shaffer, against John C. Riley, Ellas E. Riley and oth ers. through the plaintiff's attorney, John It. Clark. The potltlon Is for tho snlo ot 120 acres o? land In AVynndot county. Tim Cormier's repor: shows 2.-I8.I depths from violence last year tn Xiw ork city. They occurred chlelly In localities where tho population Is con gested. Your Best E T B U Next to H for Sat, Feb. 17, 1912 I Roasts Roats neat PAGE THREE How is your' Butcher Knife Working? Cut out tills worry of wortlilev-i Riitcliet' Knife b twin;; the A'lllagc Rlackxiulth" llrnnd. The) lire tlio best. Arnmann Hardware BKSl .). D. A. TERRY ; Old fashioned Rambo I Apples, Greening and l Spio Apples, California t Oranges and Florida i Grapes. Pure Apple Butter in bulk and iars. $ Maple Syrup and Buck wheat Flour, fresh Oys- tors, Country Butter and Fresh eggs. D. A. TERRY : .::: Cclchrcilo Golden AVcddlng. Mr and Mrs. C AVoUlnger colc'brat cd the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage yt-sterday. Last evening ,thoy entertained a number of rela tives and friends nt dinner. Tho oven-i Jug hours woro spent In a socinl way. t r t T X f t t f Friends ? 91 i II Court House a Y ! . . 9c per lb . 10c per lb . 12k per lb t T T Y f . t f 10c per lb lie per lb 12Jc per lb T T T T r AM LJ i "uf Market Packing Houses Peoria, III. '1 n ft '