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THE MATIION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, MAROH 6, 1912.
PAGE FIVE aae ,&. J V (" HERE'S ono of the now Spring models; it may lie just the olio most becoming to you; we linve lots of others. Splendid assortment at $3 $4 $5 BeJst Millinery for Less J. H. Rawlingsft Son i30 W. Center Tibet, tlio land of tlio Innin, now has an issuo of postage ttnm'ps. Among oUier Statea which for thn first. tlmo IwhioU- postago stamps dur ing, tho Inst year were the former Siamese. States of 'frengnnu and Kc Ja'ntan, pd the Jlroort and nillco lAfajid'ji totcctoratc. M guVlNG NOTE rfUK. r--r Wt- TOpUAUTY.. T'1JvHAfiF M LiAOkit ion "'r .VV i 0 f Ghas. Turner & Co. t ' Sole Agents Cor. Center & State Streets H-H-H-H-l-l-H"I-H-H-i Spring Clothing We want you to inspect our line of Men's and Young Men's Clothing whether you are in the market or not. We take pride in showing you what we, have to offer. Styles to suit all and we prideourselves of giving. the best for the money ' of any house in our City. WILLIAM ,' ' Opposite the 594 W. Center St. Out FOR SALE at low prices Ono 1 room house, uiio rooms and l-i'oom house. Meadow St ,.S "50 7-room 1iouno Selfiicr A". . . .SIStMl 7-vooin linuso, joircrsun St, . .$17(10 (I. room house, (iniud Ao. ...SHKHI 7-iooin liquso, Cherry St. ....$.!:!( n-rooin liouhf, Uennet St $1250 r.-oom House, Superior St. ..$1000 ft.molu lioiojo, Cliu.se St. ,,..31100 Iteul ICsHite, Sprcty Honda, Fire, Tdlo mid Accident Tnsiiranco. J.J.SCHOENLAUB 1-2 Soiuli Main .Street. Phono 1157 107 231 Now is the Time to Spray ; . (For San Jose. Ovster Lime and Sulphur solution, We sell this solution in any quantity. SPRAY PUMPS We can supply you with the smallest spray to the large force pump. HABERMAN HARDWARE GO. S AT LARGE Miners Meeting, a New Percy's Recall Party, Thomas Trial and Other Matters. (United Prtss Leased Wire.) Operator ami Minor. tiiioago, March '5. Another effort n .Anv.u !.iH ... ... . I tho blttinilnoui coal operators nnd the miners will be made ni a. Inlni wnnn conference to bo held at Cleveland, I March 20. It was ullecldod to call tlio second meeting of tho Joint committee at a conference- belt wen. tho employer! and tho minora hero today. Tho milne operators 'Vero repre sented at the conference by W. K. Field, of Pennsylvania; 13. A. role, of Ohio; J C. Kolsen, of Indiana, and II. N Taylor, of Illinois John I White, national president J of tho United Mino Workers of America, led the minors. Other rep resentatives were tho following state iprcslden! s: John ill. Walker. Illi nois; Fronds Feehnn, IPennnylvnnla; John Moore, Ohio; W. D. Van Horn, Indiana. Tho only question up at 'the con ference was tho advisability of an other meeting of the Joint wage con ference which adjourned In Indianap olis about a month ao, after having failed to llnd any grounds upon which a compromise of tho demands of tho operators and miners 'could bo ef fected. "Wo will make a nnal effort at Cloveland to draw a contract that will bo nccoptablo to all," Taylor of Illinois, said. "I have no doubt as a result of tho conference Just closed that tho men iwlll renew their de mands for a 20 per cent. Increase for tho 250,000. This we cannot meet. If tho minora Insist, I bellovo there will bo a general strike. Wc aro reotV to mako every iposslblo conces plon to keep business moving. A gen eral strlko would, bo a terrible blow to oil Industries this year." President White, ot tho minors said that every effort would bo made t-o roach a common ground on which u strlko could bo averted. A Third Unity. Cleveland, March 5. A third polit ical party to which Hrvan and f.a FOl letto will carry their Ideals will arise It Taft nnci Harmon nro nominated, " declared Norman Ilaipgood, editor of Colliers, When ho wmo here from Now York today to address tho cham ber of commerce. Ho called on JumeM It. OarilU'lrt In Garflold's of: lice, whore 1io Bnve his views on tho iifnvMnnttnl Mitlnnk ,..t.,...v. ...... ' NWS ITEM "It tho people could cnooso inoir i mvi ','"""" , . ... , . , candUlates, Jtoosevelt wouJ3 undoubt-1 Thus the Identity of Mic sla Imant. edly bo picked to loud the ltepubll- kinv.n a A. J. A hlte, Is tltlll un ., nn,i witaon or nrynit. thoDom- Kettled. Whether the case will over u.. i, nvntivinnii to Garlluld and lntenflewew iiiniicnnd'H talk before tho onam- bor, of commerce wnsi nn .militant Journalism of wihlch ho i wild: . ".Militant Journalism, like ..ho Pro greaslvo imovoment In politics, usual. ly Is comipwlled to act as tho trlbuno ot tho pcoplo and tho opponent of special privilege." Poi-o'H Hecall. Mls.. Mar.h Jncksn, Tho H-H-H-H 1 1 1 III I ' J; P. KELLY Boulevard. of the High Rent District -M-M-M-M-M-H-H' and on easy terms ono 7 roonw, South shlo Silver St. n-room linu.se, Thompson St , . . .St'J.lO 7-room house, Monroe. St $1000 (I-room house, Pleasant St $2150 7-room house, Georgo St $1100 d-room liouso, Cliaso St $2000 n-room liouse, lli'ltofontalno A. $11500 (l-room liouse, Hlnlu Ave ,$1050 d-room limine, nennett St $250 and Scurfy Scale with North Main HOME ENDORSEMENT Hundreds of Marlon Citl7CtiH Can Tell You AH Aljoiit It. Homo endorsement, tho public ex pression of Marlon people, should bo evidence beyond diaputo for every. Marlon reader. Surely tho oxperlonco of friends and nolglVbora, cheerfully given by them, will carry moro weigh than the utterances of strangers In faraway places. Head tlio following! Airs. Edward Watts, 4CG Owen SU Marlon, Oihlo, says: "I know Doan's Kidney pills aro a flno kidney medi cine. I have used them with tho very best of results. Whenever my back ban troubled mo or I thought my kid neys wore not acting right, I have nl ...-.. .-..I.... . rnA.H t-(.lHn.. mil.. for thb removal of the trouble. They tilwr ays have my hlghcu endorsement, as they llvo up for them." to the claims mndo I or saio oy nil (icaiers. itico (w phic giory. ( cents. Fos-tor-Mllburn Co., HufTalo.l Tho authorities have Just flnlnhod New York, solo agents for tho United ransacking tho Iftrnie of Tahlr Fnaha, States. .to wJiom Abdul 'vas believed to have nem.emJber tho name DoVn's and tako no other. MIsalssAmd frntinrni niisonilili thin nft ernoon. demanded tho resignation of I.eroy Percy from his seat In the United 8tni.es senate. A resolution calling Tor this action by Percy was adopted In the senate by a vote of 2C to 1.1. It woo rushed to tho house and after a ihoated debato .was adopted by that body by a voto of Gfi to 39 Tho resolution sets forth that Sen ntor Percy made a public prom toe that ho would resign In tho event of defeat at tho lwrty primary .last August an-Ji that public sentiment now demands that ho comply with tho ipromlse. Thomas' Trial Postponed. Mow York. March f. When the trial of President Washington T.homas, and tho other ornciais or tlio sugar trust, Indicted for criminal conspir acy In restraint of trade, was called before, federal Judgo Hand .'today, it was pontvpned until ThumAiy. De laney ltiolI, chief counsel for the accused, ;told tho court Ms daughter was Uyinjr'nnd ho was not In shapo for n bitter legal battlo Ught. Peculiar Situation. St. Louis, 'Mo., 'March 5. An al most unprecedonted rltuailon was cre ated here, Uils afternoon, when, after tho Jury In tho K I mm el Insurance and IdonUtv mystery case, had been dismissed because It could not reach n vordict. It developed that tho Jury hnd necr asrcod on anything. Four members of tho Jury, iwho stuo-d cut for tho defense, brought about tho unique state ot affairs when they denounced tho partial verdict re turned yesterday, which wris that tho jurors ha "i steed tho olaJman't ap peal Inv hern was not Georgo A. Kim me!. Tho four, In a written commu nication tp Judge Amldon. ,Kild they had not Mibscrlbca to tho partial ver- .n. ... .i .come to tilol again Is doubtful , Tart Campaign. I Washington'. March fi. California jwomen In a national campaign for tho flrfct time are being given prom lnont places In tho actlvo Tart orga nisations now being perfeotcd In that state, according to a telegram ro eelved at tho White House today. Tho BUffraglsts havo fnrmcJi separate or ganizations known s tho women's Taft auxiliary which will bo afntlated with the regular organizations Charles Mlfllln Ulammond, a bro-thcr-ln-law of Coonol IJoosovePt, Is wtnto president of the Taft organiza tion. 'Prominent In tho organization Is Orovo Johnson, father of Oovornor Hiram Johnson, nn nrdent Itoosevolt supporter . To Set Aside u Judgment. Now York, iMarch fi. Becauo ho assorted that ho 'had been "held up" and that an attempt h'ad been, made to forco .him to "pay a usurious bond on notes ho .had ilgneJi," Judgo Oavegan today granted tho applica tion ot James A. Mooro to set ueldo a Judgment against him for $592,000. Tho Judgment was obtained last De cember by the Metro'pollton Trust company 5f fhls city. 'Mooro Is presl dent of the Western Steel corporation and Identified with numerous Seattlo Industries. Intlmldutlmr Ofllelalrf. Washington, SlarcJi B. fltoosevelt hea'dliuarters today Issued a state ment, charging Ithat Congressman MoKlnley, tho Taft campaign man agor, Is .writing letters to federal of Mceholders everywhero In an attempt to 'line them up for Taft. Theso'let ters, tho Hoosovolt headquarters nl legft.' aro In the naturo of "Intimida tion." A lln Head. Washington, March R. Denouncr lag Governor Gilchrist, of Florida, as a 'Iplnhoad," Representative iKi'ank Clark, Democrat. Florida, today do clarwli In tho houso that iFJorlda Marni sharks" aro robbing thousands or Investors ami denied GllohrlsfB charge that Clark was acting for tho railroads In his demand for Investi gation ot tho nvorglades controvej y. Woman Coinlcted of Murder. Plymouth, Masa., iMarch B. Mrs. Lena Cusumano, who murdered lier liusband, will llo In tho olcctrlo ohalr unless Governor Toss and tho exceu tlvo council tako action. Tho woman and her paramour, Harry 'Mamhall, wnro todav sentenced to k'Jeath by Judgo Quiiin MoTed to old "Klrby 5 and 10 cent Btore" room Deatty & Long out price nhoe store Drop In. Hcllof from Kxpros Companies. A charge of 25 cents, Instead of $1.3., for tho delivery ot a U-pound pack ago on rural frco delivery routes, Is Jn prospect, as tho result of tho ac Hi,n nf Democratic members, of tho iimicm pnnunltteo on nostofdcea and i ..U..WV - pcatroads In Incorporating In tno np- proprlallons bill provisions for a ten- tatlvo parcels' post system. Tho com- mltteo mombern also agreed upon a general domestic rato of 12 contH and a tnaximun jmuiiiuyH Pi i i,UM'nw This Is tho prosont international par lll.tOI 111! !" INTERESTING I MClAfO MiYTTO From the European Oapi- tals Suleimans Sword, Stage Censorship and Other Matters. (United Press Leaved Wire.) rnstantlnople, March n -Kxdava- ttons nro belnjf'inado In the gardcing .....I n.1ln rtf iVin palace formerly occupied by tx-Stiltan Humid, In therft search for tno jramous sword of flu-,"' limnn tho Great, tho most highly""'. '" '"" n c""1 " wo noun, por- prized of all ,thq relics of Turk',8.,el"n"' '" t,, nnnl Pagen, an! .given the precious weapon when ho was ousted from tho throne Tahlr declares that tho relic Mot burled In tho YlldB Kiosk, Jttit that ho has for- notion the exact plate It Is MIS- peeled that he may have sold It to KO'ino nntkiuo dealer either In iParls or .London. Lndon, March fl, Music may bo canned In England without violating tho copyright laws. Tho UrttlMi court of appeal has Just dlmnlssod the case of Lionel Monckton, famous convposor of musical comedies, ngalnst tho arnmtt;hono Co., Ijtd., for Infringement of his copyright on his popular tsong. "Moonstruck." Lord Justlco Moulton held that if there was any guilt, K was on the part of tho record Itself, and he couldn't figure how nn echo could be ed "If a phonograph Infringes copyrights, so does every street Urch in who wihlstlca popular nlrs," the lord Justlco said, London, March 0 Among tlio oung women nyho iplav the pparts of nuns In llolnhnrdt'.s iipecbicukir sacred drama, ''The Miracle," now being (performed at the Olymipla, Is Miss Hilda Gilbert, a San Francisco girl who says she Is mnklng a lolsuro ly tour of tho world, earning ihor own living meanwhile, on a $10,000 bet between Jnok London, the author, and Will Wnlllng, the millionaire So cialist. "Just as noon as I get enough ahead," dio said today, "Pm going to move on South Africa. That I why I am In Tho Mlraclp.' I llvo on what I earn as nn actress nn 1 savo what I earn writing1 stories. From South Africa, whore I Intend giving drawing loom entertainments, I will go to Australia, "India, Japan, and then hick to San Francloeo. "In order to prove that a girl ran earn her living -without Inllucnce In a strange land, It am Avllllng lio do anything honorable, oven to -aelllncr newspapers on thq streets, If neces sary." v Ml?s Gilbert lajpretty and hag-.n. fine head ot red hair on account of which her fellow! actress at, the Olympla havo r nicknamed' her "Flames." A London, .March ' 5.-Tsrael Zang- will Is heading a movement to nbol- .1 ish tho ridiculous British system of stago 'censorship, whlchi whllo per mitting noar-nu'Jo ' 'dances and sketches of the most prurient kind In tho music haH forbids ,tho produc tion of serious and vital lramas that happen to advance political or re ligious ideas at varlanco -with Uioso of tho Lord Chamborlaln. Itecently his lordship iput the ban on a woman cuffrago play callod "Coronation," merely .because It con tained a representation of a king not the king. ZangwIII Js the latest sufferer, the production of his now drama, "Tho Next Religion," hnlng been .prohibited unless tho author iihouhl mako numerou.s changes which would have destroyed tho wholo character and .purpose of thn piny. This JJangwIll declined 'to do. He sides Koln after tho censor's scalp, Jio Intends publishing the play, fortun ately there being no censorshj.i over llteraturo in England. Ho will pro duco It In America, 'Paris, March 0. Jules VeJrlnes, tho j famous aviator, Is ipreparlng. In con I Junction with Dr. Charcot, tho cele brated French explorer, nn expedition to tho South pole, the last 1.2B0 miles of which Is to bo covered by aero plane, "It lis comparatively easy to get within 1,200 miles of tiho South polo by boat," said Vcdrlnes. "From this point wo will contlnuo by aeroplane. The cold Is not excessive nt tho moit favorablo period and hy taking the direct nlr-llne two ought to bo tiblo to reach the polo In a few days. We do not expect to nturt before two years. It will 'tako that tlmo to iprepaie for tho expedition." Paris; IMarch C. Paris calls upon the stnto to come to her assistance in protecting the city from 'floods auch as Wiat of 1910. And IFrnnco Is ox pectfd to retpund by making Parts a seaport. In oh r words, by deepen ing the ohnnnel of the Solne sufficient ly to allow ocean-going shipping o como up to Parlf, the flood question will bo solved It Is expected that a t'.ll to this effort will shortly be In troduced In tho chamber of deputies Paris, JIarch 6. Mlnlstor of AVar Mllloraiid declares: "I will maintain Mist placo for Franco In nerlai navi atlon nt whatever price," A bill au thorizing a further exipondlturo of $4, 000,000 during 1312 will probably be piifihed through tho chamber it depu ties. This iwouU glvo to cyory nrmy corps In France something Jlko 20 aeroplanes, plus dirigibles, etc., for tho general army. After tho V. H. M, Company. Washington, iMarch 0. iDetornilnod to procood criminally against tho Unl- iiuu misfu .uuwiiiiivi j v,,,.t,,j uu .- many counta a.i ipoaslblo, Attorney general AVIokorsham today Instructed united States Attorney Fronch to pro- CC0l t0 Washington for conferences relative to tho taking of an appeal .iruut juiiko 'uinaiiia iimituu tvjw' ' I.1W ..hMlA.m ......... I . alin.i ...I.e., I... jiih vu-ijiiia viiiiiiiiy a. wi.'u uiuat jn- TO CURE THEJAJARIIH Full Instructions by Dr. Reeder on Both Preven tion and Remedy. (Hy Dr. David H. ltceder, ha Por.c, Indiana.) , Cntlnrh: Nearly all iperonn on Uhls continent, especially in the northern parts of It, nro more or less '"o'ed with, catarrh, constantly, or . i Hum-miiy mip- usuuny it is, out it rreqiiontlv at tnckH tho stOmnoh, bow'ols or any other organ or tnembrane. j Von will seo advertised hundreds f -cures for catarrh. Mostly thov aro gotten up to euro tlatnem of .omobody' pockotbook, or to In crease the llnnnclal receipts of a drtig laciory. Ilcmovo the cntisc or causes, flrM, then tako tho slmiplo trentmont that Will be here odvlfled, and the catarrh Will bn reinnvpil. Hrwiflin t.ViMiirrli dfio nose. That Is what It was mnilo for. Avoid draughlH whllo In doors. Do not go out In tho coM or dnnvp, from a wnrm room, Insufficiently nlothcd. That Is to soy, with Iohs clothing than usual when oirt of doors. In short, be sensMlo about oaring for your warmth In woollier Mutt Is llablo to givo you a udden chilliness. Long-stamllnff cases of catarrh nr exceedingly obstlnnto and generally nothing will euro thorn except the patlent'H removal to n mild fllmato whore catarrh In unknown, or tho ndoptlon and faithful ipmotlco for u sufflolont length of time, of the method that follows; Many other remedies give good results temporar ily but not permanom. relief. This thing that has boon so long n time reaching tho stnso of depp-senled catarrh, is tenacious and It takes a long time to cure It under any cir cumstances. Practice this and you will get well In reasonable tlmo. Stnnd erect, 'Push upward with tho hands. This lifts the vital or gans properly. Inhnlo to the fullest through tho nostrils. Tiptoo slightly and you will get more air. Hold tho air whllo you count ten. mentally, and contract tho muscles of the threat as you would clench your list, teivoo ly as 'possible. Now relax tho throat and exhale slowly, through tho nos trils. Tho hot, moist air will wnrm thu naval chamber. Itepeat this ten times, unices you grow dizzy, If you do ceaso Instantly Practice bo,foro retiring, and upon nrbilng the next day. After about a week of thlM, In crease itho vountlmr time to Ilttccn, then to twenty, thirty or moro. Ceass always nt tho first sign of dizziness nnd iprocoed more gradually. Aftelc. tho exercise, throw tho hoad btfbk until 'you can see an object 'directly over yop on the celling. j-Hold tlio breath,' sink down slowly,1 only a few Inches at first: repeat nut mora thoVi ifoiir times. 4tlw youlinvo loomed tno trici: or it. you may sink down as far asipo.sslblo and keop your equilibrium. When you havo ro- turned to the .perpenAIculur, exhale tho breath slowly Ulirough tho iios- trlls. . AVash the nostrils with cold water t.nd a iioreoptlble tuantlty tC. neellc npld or llsteilno, In spray or with a feather or camel-hair bruuh, nnd dmw the wash Into ."tho nasal chnm - ber by Insufllntlon. Xo harm will follow It tho wash trickles down tho throat, as llsterlno Is slm'ply a dlMn- feotnnt. Club Note. Dear Doctor- I wish to tell you OW Curtain Stretchers We sell the Holmquist, Adjustable and Stationary Pin Lace Curtain Stretch ers, with Easels, making it easier to at tach curtains and taking less room. Prices:- $1.259 $1.75, $2 and $2.25. Smoothly, cleanly made, and with meas urements on all. Furniture Polishes, Woven Down Dusters, Ironing Tables, Clothes Racks, Carpet Sweepers. Schaffner's 208 WHY DOES RICH MN Marry a Show G-irl? Propos ition Argued by Mrs. Lewis Marshall Ream. (Pnitfd Press Lrastd Wlie) New York, March C "A rich man's son marries, a show girl because lui wants a wife who will be a good Colo rado Instead ot a statue on a pedes tal," wild Hleaifor Pendleton Iteani to day. Mrs lleoni, iwImi Is a former Hhow girl and tho wire of Lewis 'Mar shall Ilenm, whoso fflUher ha $00, 000,000, was iecldedly tiilffed today becaiMu Hlr Arthur V. J'lnero ays the reaton fs because ho Is usually a weakling. "A show girl of the right typo," continued Mr. I team, "In n (whole some, straightforward good felln.v, who makes a wonderful wire. She Is orten criticized Mr displaying her charms on the stage. Hut Is there any difference between that and" the action of tho society girl who lrew to dis play her charms on the street and In tho ballroom. The taxo woman works for her salnrVi tn wclety girl to catch a rich husband "And the show girl who Is suocohh rul must havo good health ami) nn Iron constitution. Therefore, she Is the sort or Momitn who would bo nn excellent mother." To Hecome Head of House. New York, March 6 dn conllmio tlon of the report that William K. Vandorbllt, Jr., will eventually become tho active head of the entire Vandor bllt syntem, eamo his election today as vice president of all tho Now York Contrnl lines. In this position young Vnnderbllt will be more closely In touch with tho properties o long Identified with his family and It Ik considered certain that when Presi dent Ilrown retire, YanderbllL will assume the presidency of the iblg cor poration. While President Ilrown ,wn In Huropo last summod, W. K. Vnu-d.-rbllt, Jr., acted In his stead. ot a remedy for ring worm that wo have ust-d to advantage. Tt Is a grand mothcrVi remedy. 'Hum a .pleee of linen cloth on an ax blade, lilow off the aahes and tho mveat left on the ax shouUl be used III anointing the soro. Itepeat If onco It does not cure. Plnce coming to UiIh cMmate my little threo-yenr-old girl has had a chapped face most of the time. What would you recommend for It? Wrs. It. A. For the chapped face of 'the little one, procuro one ounce of witch hiizol, one ounce of glycorln and a hazel, ono 'ounce or glycerin and a Ml thoroughly nivJ n'pply to ihor Tuce at night berore she In put o bed All readers or this publication nro at liberty to Write for information jMirtainlng to the subject of health nt any time. Addros all communi cations to Itho Homo Health club, or David H. Iteedor, La, Porte, Indiana, with namo and nddresa In full and nt Png i: t four cents hi poatngc , A .. .. . ,. " V V V V . V . V : , : !! ! J': .;. !! i 1$; SPRING 5U1TS The time U now lioi'e ror A oil to' he rooking lift or your suit for I'-mlcr. I hue nil the ncm"-t Kliade In till color, at the anio piicis j on would i.ij Tor rcaily-io-wcar. Grundy's Tailor Shop Open i:ory Night. - 212 South Main Street Marion's Best Clothing Store. Aco? V. (iCWi' Arc von a hell cow, 01 ono of the herd? 'l ' Do you Follow others hsivo othors follow von? or You'll notice the best dressed men on the sleets men most critical of their attire are wearing Maeken & Sniith clothes. It's because the styles nro a little better, the patterns a little more exclusive, the "lines" u little smarter, the tailoring of higher standard in short, the general "air'' of the whole suit is more individuality than the usual ready-to-wear clothing. That's where we lead! We have a standard! It's ,i little better! Macken & Smith Cuid or Thanks. Mr. and .Mrs. Hlljah Davis .wish in expresH their flncero gratitude for tho many expressions of sympathy and Kindness by their neighbors and IrleniUi during the IHncs and bereave ment In tholoss r their little daugh cor; alo for tho man boautlful lloraj offering!. It . ., . . A -, . V V V V V V ' A A A A f ty J y jt Jt ('1011111113: and ProsMn HOME ADJUSTABLE SPRING vz v." .&' Dependable Fur niture House : : I cola post rato. dlctments.