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THE MARION DAILY MIftROR, TUi6S&k FEBRUARY 19, i0l2.
PA&E TH&0E ,. 4H4llribrfllM4HMtHI-HII-H7l tie T ' WE ARE INVOICING Our Odd Suits and Overcoats. Tlioy lmvo to leave :: 1-4 OFF Enjoy the Freedom of a Home. HOOVER ROWLANDS CO. :: us. We will bid thorn good bye at your own price. " 1-4 OFF I t looting win uu nam UUUll, y w. W A. r i M. IV 1 v 1 84 K " V.K E v w i V- MARX BROS. 6 HESS. The Store That Makes Good "r,lW'r""",'r IS STILL KING Wins 22-Round Bout From Frank Burns Last Night. Pittsburg Wliite Hope Wants a Chance at Johnson. Now Orleans, Fob. 10. Johnny Coit ion, of Chicago, Is still bantamweight king, right fans 'hero today united In dcclnrlng tho bantam champion won cleanly his 20roiind boul with Fratiklo Burns last .night, ono of tho fastest and most grilling 'battilcs over ' Witnessed' In itho Crescent' City. Coulon'n victory Is wild to bo di rectly tmccablo to ono blow, a abort rango uppcrcut dollvorod In tho final round. According lo Rcforeo Stout, Hho blow landed icloon.ly on tho ipolnt of Burns' Jaw, and' It floored tho Jer sey City boy, putting him to his .knees for tho count of nine. tUChamplon Coulon, after tho fight, refused for tho present 'lo consider1 Burtis' 'proposal for a return match. Sjbhnny'clalmed ho faced A. hard pro position In tackling tho easterner and wanted a long rest. Half an hour be foro tho fight Bums wolghed exactly 11C, while- Coulon baroly 'tipped tho beam at 111. Eight thousand fans attended tho fight. Monm to Meet Bedell. Now- York, "Feb. 19. Owen Mornn, tho English lightweight, will reappear tonight when, ho ingots Joo Bcdoll bo forq 'tho Carllslo .Athletic club. This will lm -Mornn's first bout hero slnco .hn vvaa defeated by Champion Ad Wolgast at Sun Francisco July 4, 1011 i k. Cnni r,niiliiln(' rut. ii Sent. Tokyo. Feb. '19. Nltaohlyania, tho Champion wrestler of Jitipan, an nounced today that'll was a cnndl UalVfftarsj!at.h(tho; diet. ' ,taoWJ"nowlii'ff lii Knsllutd. Now York. Fob, 19. Enthusiastic over tho Hhdwlng"ho mndo In England, FranlCtMoran? tho Pittsburg "hope," is In Nowr York today looking for a match with Carl Morris and Al Pal ?.cr. "As soon as I ihavo exploded theso two would-bo champions," said 3Iornn .today, "I expect to bo glvon chanpo with Jack Johnson. I havq Improved greatly within tho last fow months, and Ijvrrt suro that I am tho logical candlduto for tho tltl$." Accented OfTer. Now York, Fob. 19. Joser Smojkal, tho Bohomlan srapplor, has accepted an offer to moot Stanislaus Zbyw.ko In a finish bout at tho Harlom Casino -on Feb., 2G. LAltaB ATTENDANCE AT FUN EUAIj. Tho funeral sorvlcos oVor tho ro mnlnn of. John It. Cu--, who died Sat urday ut his homo on East Center street, were hold Monday uftornoon, nt 2:00 o'clock nt tho rosldonco on E. Center street. Tho services wcro large ly ,nttended, nndworo conducted by liov. Charles Koppel of tho Salom Evangelical church, interment wan mndo Hi Marlon comotory. APPItOVK POPE'S OltDHH. WiiBhlngton, Fob. 10.Capltal society womon, today, expressed approval of Pcpo Plus' order to all church -prelates ,to dedlno Invitations to functions whoro tho dccolletto is tho fashion Mis. J. Know Taylor and Mrs. Andrew B. Graham, prominent Catholic socloty women, havo announced to their social .llrts that low neck gowns nro taboo w'lion chiirchmo.i aro prcsont. Bring Ktnllcr IlonU". Upper Bnndusky, O., Fob. 10. ShcrJff Volth and fowiior County Com missioner II. S. Staltor returned early today from t. Iritis with tho butter's brother, who mysteriously disappear ed from his liomo outh of 'horo two weoks ago. Ills mluM Is still a blank. Ho mot a pollcomnn at St. Iouls and said: "OITlcor, I bollovo I am loa. ing'my mind. I can't remember who 1 urn, whero I am (joins or whoro I enmo from. I know I Jiavo boon Hick nml I think I ought to havo a doctor." Papors on lite person rovoalod hie IdontUy, . T(io total trade Of tho United King dom In 1910 was estimated at TS.OOO, lt;,424. nows tiiu? Wa offnr Onn Hundred Dollars He- ward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo eurod by Hall's Catarrh "Cure. IF. J. Chcnoy & Co.. Toledo. O. We. tho undersigned, havo lenjwn P, J, Chonqv for the last 15 years, and believe him porfectlv honorable in all business transactions and financially ablo to carrv out any obligations mad by hla ilrm. Waldlng. Klnnan & Marvin. Wholosalo Druggists. Toledo, O, Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken In ternally, nctlnir directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials free, Price 76o per, bottle. Sold by all druggists, Take Hall's Family Pills for con-altnntjrvn JOHNNY COULON Big Line of Valentines At Popular Prices, Suit Everybody. TSCltANEN'S Drug Store -H-M-M-I-M-l-l-H COLUMBUS GIVES UP LIMA' TEAM l'ortsmoulh, O., Fob. 19. Colum Iuih has decided to glvo tip the Xltna frnnchlso In tho Ohio Htato league, us Is evident by tho fact thnt yesterday morning, President Oablcmon ro colvcd a communication lrom Secre tary Bobby Qulim of tho Senators, of fering to dlsposo of any playor on tho roster lo tho local dub. There Is hardly a possibility that tho locals will oxpetid any monoy on tho 'Lima slnrs, however, ns Prosldont Gublo tnnn 'is pretty suro that ho has ono of tho strongest clubs on tho circuit, already. Dancing Iosboiib by yohwilnger at any tlmo. Phono 1571. 1 CrMiiKinv llnu Mllllni-v Ai'i'onliincM. Paris, Fob. 10. Military circles ro ndmlttetlly worried over tho dlscov ory thnt dormany lias perfected a Htfiiomo for an noroiplano TaJd on the itipltnl should war botwoon tho two nations laome. According to roport, Cormany has tralno davlators and stored muchlnos at tho Motz and Strasbourg, lost) than threo hours flight from Porta. With tho EIlTel towor to steer by, -they could sail over tho city, drop tholr .cargoes of deadly bombs, and got back un fccniUieid to derman territory. Tho war department has already started plana to prevent such a raid. Tho Brandt Inquiry. Now York, Fob. 19. Firm In tho bo iler that Justlco Gerard would Into to day, hand down a decision sotting nMdo tho sentence of thirty years im posed on his client, Folko E. Brandt, former Schift vnlot, Mlrnbonu Ij. Towns, Brandt's lawyer, today pre pared to stop tho Investigation order ed by Governor Dlx. Towns charged that his Innulry, which Special Commissioner Hand was . . t ..-I .n.Mm..'.... ..'flu, IV... "t1i lltlciil olTect" onli-. IIo said that if Justlco Gerard sets lutldo the original sentence Jiofprq thp Hand Investiga tion starts ho will try .to enjoin tho governor's representative from pro ceeding. ' . , JiiBtlco Gerard was bu(iy, toilay, pre paring ills decision, ft' wns bollovcd Unit ho would hold ttlat Jlldgo nosal- sky did not havo Jurisdiction when ho sotenced Brandt, ,and that tho tcourt erred In accepting a plea of guilty to flrst-dogreo burglary n tho record boforo Hosalsky jiosltlvely showed that lihrtlcular crlijio hnd it Ueon commit ted. Tho offect of tho decision' was ex pected to bo tho romnndlng of Brandt to tho tombs for trial n though he had never nppoarcd in court, nltliough lit has served five years In prlfton. It was also believed that later on Dis trict Attorney Whitman would nwvo 1 1 havo tho burglary Indictment,, and tho ono still hold over Brandt of as sault quashed on tho grounds that tno former valet Ind alreudy boon punish ed enough. It was generally uccuplod that Judge itonalsky's action in sotting nsldo tho sentence Is null und void as ho hail not tho power to reopen tho case. 8ho grand Jury Investigation of tho conspiracy charge woo continued to day. Milk and butter were not alwayrt dally necessities, ns with us. Ourjlf teonth century aiic.cntors ln England seldom used oltlicr. They Used groat quantities of splcos, however, In their food, and apparently dirt not enro for moro delicate flavors that suit our palates. Movod to old "Kir by fi nnd 10 cent storo" room Bcatty & .Long's cut prlco shoo storo Drop In. WICKEUSHAM AT MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee,, WIh., Feb. 19. Invading tho Progressiva ttronghold of Honutor 1m Folletlo as un ally of 1'rosklout Tuft, to urgo tlio rcuomlnntlon of tho latter, Attorney General Wlckorsham arrived hero today to moot with Tuft supporters from all parts of tho stnte. Tho Tuft cabinet member Is oxpect- ed to dopreeato tho Progrowt'vo move ment and plead for tho unequivocal support of tho prosldont. At a Imn quet tonight tho attorney general will sneak on ".tniHtH." Tho Tuft ndheronts this afternoon will select four dolu'gatos at largo for tho Taft ticket ut tho forthcoming primary. It wns stated tho dologutlon would 1)0 headed by Ex-Governor Ho ward E. U Phillip, Taft's Wisconsin ctmpalgn managQrj'Ex-Clovcrnor Da vidson and State tfenntor Iliinuull, probably will bo on ihofntt tlckot. Mm lied Saturday Kvcnliig, Mis Vorda It. Straus nnd Pearl H. Warner, both of Marlon, woro unltod In inarrlago Saturday ovonlng at 1 o'clock by Ilov. G. M. Itourko, nt his homo on South Main street. They woto unattended, nnd will mako tholr homo In Manlon, whoro tho groom la cmployca' In tho Marlon Steam Shovol shops. During tho last two years Canada has lost by llrcs property worth ovor $!l,000,000. Big Fight Will Be Staged in New Mexico Denver, Col., Feb. 19. That the proposed Johnson-Fljim light: will al most surely bo staged at Ins Vias, N. M., on July , next, wwh the news brought hero today by Joseph Mc Duffco, n ipnimliioiit automobile man, who has rottirned after apoiwllng sev eral weeks in iNow Mexico. "I spout a week In Lis Vognu," sold MoDtilTec, "and Jack C'urloy was thoro during that time. l,aH Xvm buslnew mon havo offered a nume of lon.nnn for tho "big go,' nnd have raised $10, 000 which will ho put on deposit in a Chicago bank today. News From the River City's Baseball Camp Portsmouth. l'lb. 10 Vornr.lln I.. worn received at baseball hcadqliar tors from Philadelphia today. Catcher John Weinberg Is still holding out. Tho llttlo !crman backstop Insists that ho will not sign at tho terms offorod nnd It begins to look doubt fill if ho will ever appear In a Ports mouth uniform. Charles A. Beers, though a light hlttor, rogardod as almost Weinberg's equal In nll-nround work, Is" nnxlous to roport early and may do tlio bulk of tho.catohlng tho coming season. Ho has boon doing railroad work nt Armstrong, Iown, all wintor nnd Is said to bo In ilno trim. Mnnngor Ueto Chllds has just sign ed Earl Bitting, a third baseman, who wns recommended to him by Sam Ken nedv, tho Clevclnnd American league scout. Bitting was given a trial with tho Naps, but was sent back to the minors for furthor scnsonlng. FlnSnpTICE Balmy Breezes Blowing and Temperature at 78. George Stovall, of Cleveland, Traded to St. Louis Browns. .Mnrlln, Tex., IFob. 19. John 'Mc flraw and his squad of Gtnnts, tho first of tho big leaRiiars to roach tho training grounds, got on tho field to ilay, with balmy broozos blowing, and tho tompornturo at nbout 78. TJio first ipraetleo was scheduled to bo .hold this afternoon. Tho Olnnt lend er won In high spirits over tho condi tion of ii utimbor or tho rcqrultir. A ilooal catcher will bo engaged to help out until Grovor Hartley arrives from Now York, "Wither Itobortmm, the Baltlmoro votoron, Is tho only book- stop in tho squad nt prcsont. Indiana ICusy, .Muillson, Wis., Jieb. 17. Iudhllln tiulvei'sll.v'H baskotball llvo woh otisy picking for tho WIdcoiwIii tonui In tholr gamo hero 'Friday night, tho scoro bolng Til to 10. Tho locals play ed In .grout form and will bo nt tholr host when thoy moot Purduo In tho gamo that 1h expected to dacldo tho chumploimhlp. .Hlnwill Tiiuleil. Clovoland, Fob. 10. George, StoMnll, fli-ftt .basonum nnd Na.p .manngor last season, was tnidod to tho St. Iuls Brownw, 'Saturday, by tho ClovcJund team for "lfty" Oeorgo, a youinf pitcher. Tho trado was oven. Waivers woro recently nskod on Goorgo by tho Browns. Tho sonson of 1011 wns George's Jlrst soawm as u big loaguor. Ho won .t'hreo and lost ten gamos. Stovall Joined tho Naps July 4, 1004. lie oumo from Burlington, la. Ho wns mado manager of tho Noip Muy 3 and 'brought thorn from sixth to third plitco In tho iponnunt nwo. COLUMBIA USAGUE MEETING. Chleaco. I-'oh. 19. A nicutlntf of flvo mngnutea of tho proposod (Viluinblnii longuo was held horo yesterday, ac cording to John Powers, prosldont of tho organization. Tho towns represent ed woro Milwaukee, Kansas City, Mil waukee, Kansas City, Loulsvlllo, St. IiOulB and Chicago, l'owors deolaros tluit all arningemonts liavo boon com pleted for opening tho outlaw circuit mnv.l. Poworrt declared soveral Ul leaguo stars havo nlroady boon signed by tho outlaws and they nro now try ing to Got Mordocul Brown, tho Cub twlrlor. Arrested for Murder, Columbus. O.. IFob. 10. Josonli Jlv. ans, who coinploted a two-year term In tho ponltontlary for robbery from Tfninlltnn nnntilv utih nrrosted nt itho ponltontlary gates today, and turned ovor to Datootlvo altor, of Cqvliigton, Hi'., whoro lio is wnntwi on a onnrgo of murdor. Saltor left at jnao,wlth his prisoner. You ncod 'out today to wear for ...nnkn Llltintltr P. T.nlMr'fl nflPfftCt (It. ting, good -wearing rubbers in al! slues. i Ill tho .Tapaneso iapl -1 thne nro C38 poor men's hotels. GIANTS OLD "Any 'Intcrfenn'e by the New Mex ico authority w (Uito unlikely. Gov. MnoDonald hag prniiilsml tho ah Vegas business men that llio will do nothing, unless tho state legislature should, bofpro the dato set for the battle, July I, puss Mima new anti llght law. Wlille there I became ac qtirflntod with many (,r the state .leg islator nnd nil that I metlld not op. poso tho battle. It was reported among tho business men that a thor ough canvass hnd been mado of the legislators and itli.it a largo majority favored 1iaMng the light In New Mix-ico." president GiMmian has rwelved tho signed contra t of Hurry An drews, an ontlli UU-r of Donnlton, and M. II. Pnttorron, a Wllston pitcher. Claronco Totinnn, a former I'orls mouth favorite, who played In the South Atlantic league hut season, has written to the local club owners, nsk Ing for nnother chanco with tho Ports mouth team. As tho toRm is practi cally mado up for tho season, thoro Is no chance for the Sharon Contor .lad. iDickoy Breen, former I'orlsmouth outfloldor, writes from Lowlston, Me., that ho will stop over hnro onroute to Sioux City, In., nnd In Ills lottor rec ommonds an Inflelder to tho locnl el ub. Tho annual meeting of th0 Ports mouth club's stockoldors mll fia held Frldny nljjht, Folw 2.1. when plans fop tho season will also bo per fectcdj;, f , ' CAfeDEU FITNERAI, HELD,,. . FunornlABorvJccs over. ho'riminln fT John Ko'Curder. wdrn-'nohr nt tho hemo ofjlKast Goorgo slrcot, Monday nf tornooji, nt 2:W o'clock. Itov. C. H. Il.ivlghurst, of the P.pworth Methodist church, iofflclati'd, and Intorment was made In' tho Marlon ccmotory. i'l'WEllAIj AT WESLEY CIHTUCHi. iiinoral services wcro hold over tho n mains of Clmrlos E. Hammond, Mon day afternoon, nt 2:00 o'clock, at tho Wesley M. E. church. Iinv n. x- K'i.iii- ,rnnin(ni i . . "vn) ip ns, lor i o inroo games, wire ' .V, .' ."."'' ,'l,or,t,r,,t W,B tlio snr pcrformem Tho other men icincvcrv. A Reasonable Plea For The Stomach If Your Sionmcli u UwUUis in IHgcs. tho i'ower. Why Not Itrlp tho .Stomach Do nH Work'.' K-pivlnlly When It Costs .otlilii- (, Try. Not with dniifs, Ptit'iwllh u rein forcement f dlgoltivo igonts. such as aro naturally at work in the stom ach Kdintlllo analysis shows that digestion remilros pepsin, nitrogenous lerments, una tho secretion or hydro chloric in Id. When your food falls to dlgent It Is proof positive that some of these agents aro lucking In your uigesuvn appamtus. Mliinrt's Hyspojislii Taltlets contain nothing but thoso natural elements necessary to dlgontlon and whon placed at work In tho weak btomuoh and small Intostjties, supply whnt tneco organs neovr. They stimulate the gastri'- glands und gnidually Jtrlusr tho digestive organs back to itholr normal condition, .Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots .lmvo been subjected to orltlcol chomlcnl tests at homo nnd abroad nnd nro found to .contain nothlnig but natural digestives. Chemical Laboratory. Telegraphic address, "Dirflndo," 'London. Telo Hl., 'I'Viichuroh t . ('. t., Frciielmroh fit,, .S. t!. I.on'Joii, oth Aug., loon. I havo analyzod most carefully a box of Stuart's 'Dyspepsia Tablets (which 1 1)ought niveslf at a elty chum&'.'H shoji fur Uio purposo), mantifaitured by tho F. A. .Stuart Co7 Sli i'lerkcnwoll Ilond, Hondon, E. '., mid have to roport Unit I cannot find any traco of YStttnhlg or unlnonil poisons. Kiio'Jng thp. Ingredients of tho HablelM, I unu of Olllnlon that they nro admirably Utlffptalo for tho pur poso for wlilelj thoy aro Intended. (Signed) John It. llrodtto; F. I. C, F. C. 8. Thoro Is no sOorot lii tho propara tluti of Stuart's iDyspopsIa 'Jiblots, Tholr ccmM)fltJon Is commonly known among physicians, ns Is shown by tho recommendations of -10,000 licensed physlclano In Uho United States nivl Canada. They nro tho most popular of nil remedies for Indigestion, dys pepsia, water brash, Insomnia, loss of appetite, niclti,iiahujln, constipation, dysentery and kln,d?od 'diseases origi nating from improper dissolution and assimilation of foods, bbcuuse'thoy aro thoroughly reliable and hariulesfl no man or child. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets aro at 6noo a safe un'J powerful romody, one grain of the uotlvq principle In thf-ao tablets bolng strong enough (by test) to dlgettt) 3,000 grains of steak, eggs mid other foods. Stuart's Djspepula Tablets will digest your food for you when your stomach caa't Ask your druggist for a fifty cent box, or send to us direct for a 'freo trial sample package and you will ho surprised uii tho result, F A Ktuart Co., 130 Stuart Bide., Marshall, Midi Ul N. Main St. Are you sliaring in the wonderful values offered? It's a T V bargain event of genuine importance to ion and vicinity. Thousands of odd t f f t -40 In 1 BOWLERS ny SECOND 67 Pins Keeps Them From Oopping Columbus City Championship. TEAMS TOTAL SCORE IS 2660 Mission Team No. 2 Fails to Land Within the Prize Money. Miimui nnd Zclslcr Aro tho Star IVr-fo-inci- litittor Averages i)2 J-!l Pln rrcnm I,nes Colinnbiis With $." In Prlo Money. Aftor holdln tho climiiplonslilj) lowllng cup of tho city of ColumbUR for one yonr, the Marlon MImIoii llvo jumped Into tho chnmpIonnMp tourn ament of tho Columbus City Bowling nssoclaton Saturday night and land ed second, place wltva scoro of 2600. Tho .Marlon 'team. UKcellod all out-of-town taunk lij tjio, ily'c-njen.HChi d ule', and fjverd' headed o'ff 'oil', by the Old Landmarks of lOolumbus'Vho roll 2720, CC pins moro than tho 'locals. C'uiiBlfttcnt rolling characterized tho work of tho Marlon men despite ihe fact thnt they had to contend with t2ri mean .wpltld tllirlnv,.tho evening. Ilfit for'ihoso unlucky' 'breaks, tho pilslon'nvo would .liuvc, JWiixji. coppfc'd tnp i.-oiumi)U3 ouy cuampionsnin. "' ZltMor, -wit Jian average of 102 i-3 pins, anl Mason, with an average oi onndurtcd themselves In a cre upndurtcd themselves In a credltabl.' 'manner while on tho alleys, making a flno shpwtnjf. Tho -Mission team No. 2 wa nlsu entered, in tho tournament but its scoro or ,'JCD3 ,itur(iuy n.gnt laueii to placo tho team wiit'hlu reach of the prlzo monoy. Oeorgo Hogun was the second team's lust roller. In tho two-tuon ovont, Jliwn nnd San ford hit tho pins for a scoro or 1070, which ir-lacod them in the twelfth position and gave tliom $G In prliee money. With a scoro or 570, .Mason Jumped Into eleventh position In tho Indi viduals. Hohoeivlaub finished 2Cth In tlio samo ovont with a scaro of 5 15. Bvoii ?B0 were coppod in prl.o money by tho Mission five. Scores: MKIoiis No. 1. .Mason 173 100 17.-. HoJslor 223 171 1'J 0 .Suhowiluub ....10S 178 177 Siuirord IB 1 ' 182 1K0 Moitlll 10R 100 112 Totals 013 SSI 803 2CC0 MKMuii No. :!. Ulsh 120 ItU MB Weaver H 1Bfi 117 iiuftmun U2 ir.o lor, (1. llogan 18B 101 K.1 K. Piorwon 13C 1CB MO Tho muklntr swuoh and prues of llio first livo team in tho live-men ovont aro as follows: 1. Old Landmarks ...aiIHDIATDI.lt Old DundmnrUM 2721! $32.00 Mission Flvo 2000 27.00 Tigers 3030 22.00 Curtln Cadlllnes 2023 1S.00 Welnncht'u Buckeyes. .. .2013 K..00 Sporting Notes (). S. licaguo .Meeting. Kollccs wero mailed Saturday night tin prosldents of all c'ilm holding frnnchlnos In tl Ohio Stato league 'Pliny wero Informed that a lneitliul will bo held In Columbus nt the Nell hottso a week from today. The day. Fob. 20. was tho ono selected nt tho last mooting for tho posting of senson's guarantees. From Information on hand at head, aunrtorft, much onthUHlasm for the coming yoar Is being shown at tho varlqjia points of the circuit. Hollly Loaxo. F.mmott Hollly leaves today to re port to tlio AVaeo club of tho Texas league. Clyde Ooodwln will get awuy for San Antonio on Tuesday. McCoi'inlck .Manager, Manvflold, Fob. 10. Mansfield fans aro olnted ovor the docislon of Barry MeCormlok ns manager of tho Mans- Hold club In tho Ohio Stnto leaguo for llio aomlntr sonson McCormlek has licon horo far tho past fow dnys, con ferring wltl) tho louil magnates, and Is highly pleased with the prospects for tho teiiirj whldi ho will lend In tho ponnant raoo. MfcCormlok's ability as a managor has boon tested In the American As sociation, nnd there ii not a question n to his ability to unite good In tho Ohio State, Ho wilt b" ft playing man ager, holding diwn either second Makers of Happy Homes If you already have a pieces to select from. C&SH OR CREDIT We Fully Protect You When Sick or Out of Work Imse or short Held nnd Ills experience In the major leagues should proN of benefit to tho oungsters, wo will work with him In the Infield. POTTS WI1.I. DM LATH. Fred Potts hits notified the Ports mouth manager thnt ho will be uitaltlo lo report until June 0th, on nccotint of tho fart that he will not finish his col lege work until that time. From Fred's showing last year, It would aiprnr that tho inn miner would not care whether ho rcimrled at nil or not. ifH a Hindi that If Peto Chllds corrals ;my piomlslng outfield mstprlnl In tit. spring, Potts will havo to whistle for ticket to the Hlver City. DONALDS A COIlULK. Hddlo Doimldg, LlmK's star box i-r-l!st,hH8 been purchased by IJIlly ,i. blemnn. Notice A. I. V. Tho members of 7looor Chapter A. IU".., will go to Columbus by spe cial lutortirlMtn car nt 2 p. m. Tue dsy and return leaving Cokimbua at 11:,10 j). m. Iflsr, round trip, $1.00. Meinbom of Marion Chapter sro in vited to iro rith us. All wrlH meet at Intcrurban station. By order of committee. 1 Opera llouso Itiinutl. St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 10. Tho Craml opera house, Sixth and St. Pe ter, streets, one of tho oldest plny ijojjies In the North woat, was proc tlfifllly deftroyd by lire Wlrich broke out shortly before 2 a. in. todav The loss in J150.000. f ? & T ? T 5! ? ? ? T f Ssl Piaeo If you are puzzle .1 to know where to purchase the best Piano and at lowest prices, go to Bak er's Piano Parlors, 214 West Center St., and after a thorough comparison or investigation, you will decide as hundreds of others have done, "Purchase of Baker." and have a niano that .A. ! will give you a lifetimo V.'' T joiui,uiuii. jjcamua uut niiu xivv jriiuiua we nave two exceptionally fine bargains in slightly used High grade Pianos which will go worth the money. Organs at almost your own price. Y Y t t Y f t 214 W. Center St. Tho Reliable T $MgMg;2M; roiHBEsaEEE?zaansfijt G. W. BAKER IHE CUT HATE HIT MARKET Near Court House Out Specials For Tuesday. Pork Shoudler Steak . lie per lb Sirloin Steak . ... lie per lb No. 1 Mild Cured Bacon -12 l-2c lb BUEHLEf? BROS. Purveyors of U. S. Gov. Inspected Meats. Marion, Ohio & 1 T every home in Mar X T T t f home, brighten it up. 1-4 OFF I Y Tho women suffragists of Dusseldcrf n w Insist on compulsory military ser vice for women ns well ns for itirn, We Specialize On Tools for Mechanics Oct our Prices before Buying Ammann Hardware Colonist Low Fares In March and April Northwest West Southwest Full particulars free at any Ticket Office of Pennsylvania (dssj) Links f f t f f Y t t Y Y t f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Puzzle of enjoyment and sat- Tuning & Repairing Piano House. fSSaXS3BSSSBtlSSS3BSIXSattMKtt wfi K J: