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THE MABI9N DAILY MIRROR, TODNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1912,
aHHMBMnM Sun Theatre Thursday Friday Saturday Ed Win-v's Merry Minstrels The Southern Quartette Ed Winn Character Vocalist and Crayon Artist. ttATINEE DAILY 3:30 MATINEE PRICE0 Grammar and High Softool Children ...,..... 5c Adults , JLOc TRY TO 'GET IN A Holiday in the Sunny South FiratSliow :.. V:30 Second Show 9:00 PRICES 10c, 16c, 20c. Box 25c. j- 1 Fannie Jackson the Creole Nightingale PAGE SIX Crack Chicago Pair Roll Highest Score Chicago, Mareh (5. Ar hur fi.san Fon and Al Salander, of the C'air.i Kl. own, leaguo of hlcngo bowler, arc tho lierops of tho American Bowling congro tournament today following tficlr sensational work on tho alleys in tho doubles and Individual gam Inst night. Plnylng tho doubles, these cracks took first 'place with a score of 1,220, Then Kwaiwioa rolled C30, taking- itop position In tho Individuals, while- hli ipartnor took second U CO" Snlander'R flnal .ball in the fin- Packey M'Farland A Winner Over Hogan New York. M..rh C. One-noun 1 Ho Kan's poor showing in hii t. n ronnd encounter with Packey iMcu land last night was a matter of much go-s3i today among the hundreds of fans who witnessed lift disappointing exhibition Many held that Hoga.i Was afraid' to mix matters with the stockyards champion, while others were of tho opinion that he was be wildered by the wonderful footwork of his Opponent. Yesterday Hogan announced that ho C Intended, to njix matters from the v Mart, but ho evidently changed his a mind tho minute he entered tho ring. t Ho failed to land more Own ten goo J juinbhea and contented himself with ' covering up and trying to evade pun News From Camps in 'Mobile, Ala., March. G Joe Jack son's ambition l to beat out Ty t'obb. Jackson will train here to conteil Vobb'a laurels as a baso runner as nell as a batter. "I am going to get my legs and arms In shape before I touch a bo:," rulii tho !N'ap sluffgor. "I will need (batting (practice, too, but I am a hotter Iwtter than n runner or thrower. I will work to bring up my all 'round playing. Then 1 w III notify Ty Cobb. If no slaws up a bit they'll bo talking of Joo Jackson." i Two Vltclii'i'ri Arrlic. Columbus, Oa., 'March C. Slnco tho arrival vesjtorday, of Pitchers Harry (Jaspftr. find ffoorge Sligss, thp Cincin nati team Is practically completo to djy. . Dahlgren, n recruit, Is the only .hold-fiu't, and ho Is expected to wmo in. ilecauso of rain, the Iteds uero forced to .work Indoors, Stotnll Vlihs7. TaiiiU. Cleveland, March C Oeorgo Stovall. leading (first baseman latft eon and ex-manager of thn ClovolanJ Nu.ps, wMll 'play In St. Louis and will give to tho Urowns tho Ibest that is in him. Ho came here yestordoy, clofeod ui.j his alaln, and left to reach St. I-ouis this morning. Stovull, traded for Lefty Quorge, denied ho has any grievance. Tulkn mi 'I'rnliiln, West naden, Ind., March 0. Copi ous draughts of mineral water and stiff exercising climbing hills near here and running in tho covered truck worn tho lot of tho Plrato crow under Man ager Clarke- today. Ciarko takes IB minutes evory day for a straight from tho shouldor talk on how aim how not to train. Pitcher Camnlta ami Catchor Simon are new additions to tho party today. Weather InteifctrcS. ilonroo, La., March C Stormy weather ngain delayed tho practice of tho Tigers yostorday, but today Manager Jonndngs moons to put tho recruits through a severe workout. Since Jennings arrived, woather ha Interfered with his "getting a line" on tho Tlgerettox. Word' has been received hero that Third Haaeman Tdorlarlty, a momber of tho hold-out brigade, has sent in his slgnod con tract. Thmr Is Only Onm "Brm Tkt i Laxative Bromo Quinine tUCB THE WOflUJ OVER TO glc gave him first position in all event as an all-around! brawler. !! has knocked down 1,838 iplns since ho canio onto tho alleys. Tho Ilve-nteti team- failed to ehnngi1 the (standing last night. Tho All .Malt wHth 2,742, still hold first iplnce. The ''ryoflnes. of iHuntilngton, W. Vii., roll ed 2,3r.8, and Shlnnors Millionaires of Dayton 2,248. Huntington, W. Va.; T-ako Forest, lib.; Dolaiw aro and Dayton, Ohio, bowlers worn scheduled to roll todny in the IndUldunl and d-milile. event. ishment In lifirly perv round. No boxer that Pnrkcy has met re cently was as easy for him to solve iu Hogan. The C'hlcngoan landed nlmo'. nt will and ninny believed ho could havo scored a knockout towards tho enJ of the bout had ho been so In clined. On .three different occasions the 'Cal,-lfom-inn .was dazed and reeling, but Packey evidently did not enro to win by the sleep route, knockouts bolng' Trownod on hero as' tending to dlu credlt tho game. The light set a new attendance rec orv'i for the Malrmount club. Tho gate receipt ainoun'eJ to $11,000, oif which MeFnrland received 1,000 and Hog('i S3,r,oo. Training the South Word has readied the Tiger camp of tho death in Philadelphia of Mrs. Joseph Sugden, wife f Joe Sugden, conch and scout for the TJgelB. Joo left hero joKterday, but will not roach Philadelphia until late to lay. Itccriilt a I'lu'iiom. Waco, Tox., March B. Ulll Sullivan, the conwrvatlvo veteran backbtop of tho Chicago "White Sox aggregation, today prodiotod that 'iviamo" Delhi, tho twlrlor recruit from tho Pacific Coast, will becomo another Kd Walsh. .Sulllvnn has Uiken pcracnnl charge of tho youngster's training and de clares ho has "everything nnji'jody olso has, and some things oUiors haven't." Main nt New Orlcnni. , Now Orlenni', Lu., March C. X llfo- slzed thundoMtorm butted In and cneatod Innagor C'hnnco out of Ills first day's workout yesterday, but to day tho Cub bosB -was planning to intt both his regulars and reemltt through a "cmirRo of sprouts" on tho diamond. Shecknrd, Archer and Hichle havo Joined tho team. Sporting Notes "Left)" Houtz Signs with Limn. Wapakoneta, March 0. Krod Jloutz known as "Lofty," a hard-hlOtor who played with the Lima team in tho Ohio Stato loaguo for tho past two seasons as left Holder, today wlgnod up iwlth Hint team for anothor year. His broichor, William Houtz, has iboen ap pointed groundkeopor foi tho Lima tonm. Alieain Misslntr. The night Honorable llobort Ahearn Ij nmong tho nilwrtng. No trnco of h'.m can be fcccured by tho Portsmouth management. Tills seems to bo custo mary with IJoUby. He dloappeored last year and wus not heard from until after tho soason oponcd. XIp-to-Daio .Maud. From tho New Maud Mullcr: Of Ml sad words of tongue or pen, The sad dost art theno: Ho hits 110. Hardly Ilclluvcd. Tho Matlon story toinng that Clove- Quinine" CURS A (BQUJ IM mtE BAY. vxn (VLJL HISTORY THREATENING TO REPEAT ITSELF IN CHINA IN NEW ANTI-FOREIGN UPRISING r " " . . " s. '.. "- iiwi tin nii-l" r ..-.tlrl...vv i.,,! l 4Vm OMiTE-P CTATES Wgmi , 4' i UESaATiOAi . PeKlNOTi VQffil'i hJ&I Tho situation In Peking and other Clilncso cities, whero rovolutlonlats and Manchu troops alike havo looted and burned and terrified tho Inhabi tants, may soon make necessary a repetition of tho invasion of 1900 whon tho allied troops fought their way to tho Chlnoso capital, captured tho city, and rescued 3,000 whlto men and Christianized Chineso who had taken refuge In tho British legation. In tho pictures are shown W. J. Cal houn, minister to China from tho United States, and tho Peking lega tion. land may operate a Stater league farm there. Is hardly to be bollcvod. If the Nap management wanted a. farm In the state laaguo . they YWi!d hardly have dropped Lancnrtor. Columbus Dispatch. ""' llirco for Man-flclil,. Mansfield hns ljnd two catchers and an ln.fleldcr. Lostor-TJilrfler" rtnd I'd Fallon ' of' Cincinnati Wcra the k.ikstnps while Harry Slaglo, the Ctintoir boy, rlgnad to patrol the third station for tbo tenm. .luin With JorM'j- City. Walter Justus, whp pltchod excel lent 1 all for Lancaster n Tew sonsona ajo. has signed to play with Jersey Oily. He claims' to bo in excellent health and able to go at top .speed- Another Daulicrt, Harry Daiibort, tho Columbus boy who plaved shortotop for Saskatoon In the Western Canada Jeagne, will try fo- n place under Zeko Wrlgloy in Lima this noason according to Inform ation received from Columbus. Dau-1-crt was rogarded as one of tho best I orformero In tho far north last soa fon and may Ue nblo to plug up a gap In tho InlUild that would have caused Vaiiuecr Wrlgley umn worry. A PoK-llilc I.lne-Vp. Catchers Young, Friend Ilurkn. Pitchers Schanze, Munk, Cnllls. Platzor. Infloldors Wrlg'cy, Wnlher, and Smith. Outfielder Houtz. ' There you hnvo a list of players either under control to tho Lima bnsd Vall club or finder reserve, with con tincts stlil unsigned, nays tho Lima Times. Uy'tlint It Is not moint that tho players nro sure of hurths with the local team. MnilV of them, Including enmo of th oll timers who h.ivo son parvlco for many season?.' will p'obahly ho eating tholr moal.f In another seaport whon tho first pay (My cornea mound. Tho above players constltuto tho cllglli'os who will bo nrdored to report ho.-o for tho spring training. "Cnn'y" Jones, Casev Joncp, wlio was a terror In tht Ohio Stato Loaguo last season een though doomod to servitude with tho lowly Hams, will show with tho Dayton Lily Urovs this yenr. BOXING. Los Angclo, Calif., IMarch C. .Kv ery legitimate aspirant for the ifefli'i orwelght championship will bo given a ohnnco nt tho tltlo by Johnny KII bane. Tho new foathor champion said horo before leaving for San Francisco that ho oxpects to bo challenged by ovary medlocro boxer u'on his roturn East and that ho will bar none of them. Iloiwover, any man o gat at Johnny must do tho weight and go ovor tho twenty-round courso. Man ager Dunn says Charley White cannot do 122 ringside. .Afornii .Malciied. Now York, March C.Owon Moran, tho nrltish lightweight who put TJat Nelnbn uwny for tho count, has boon matched '4o meot Pal iMooro. of Phlin dolphla, At tho Fairmont Athletic club Tuesday, night. A Fight for Klllmnc. Now York, March C. Johnny KIl bane, the now featherweight cham pion, w'H I8 seen ' action hero coon If the plans of Jcsso 'MoMahon, man ager ciT the Emiplro Athletic cluh ilo hut mlBoarr'- McMnhon has signed Eddie O'Kcefo of Philade!ijhla to meet 'the champion provided the lat ter wlH-cpnst'iit MtfMnhort will go to Mm-,'' t 4 U WINISTBK CALWOUM " ('levclaml as soon a K lhano returns there and try to p r-undc him. to ac cept terms. After Mike CIIiIioiim. New York, March G. Sailor Burke, who won a popular decision from Larry ISngllsb Inst night,- announced tod-iy that ho Intended to-.cnmp -on tho trail of Mike Gibbons, until ho got n chanco to meet tho St. .Paul Jad. llurke claims Olbbons Is a honatldo mlddlowelglit and believes that tlio winner at a. bout 1k liweon "them -would bo tho rightful "cdalinant. , Anson mi Outlaw.' Chicago, March 6. According to Proeldent Power?, of tho Columbian league, '"Cap" w. C. Anson Is to Join other former American lenguo stars in the outlaw organization. It 1- said Anson will go to Pittsburg or Cincin nati. SINGLE TAX EFEATED IN Seattle But Cotter Hill Single-Taxer Defeats Bill, uthe Vide-'Opener. (United Press Leased Wire.) Seattle, Wash,, March C Itoturns from 30 precincts at -noon today In dicate tho defeat of tho slnglo tax amonl'imonts to tho city charter at ycstonlay'fl election by u big majority. Tho measure require a thrn-flfths vole to carry. Thoso 'precliwt gavo 2,780 ngalnst tho umondmenta and 0SC for thorn. Tho slnglo toxcrs con ceded thlr defoat and declared that tho multiplicity ortprapoaltlons t' ballot had Injurod their causo and matlo It difficult to center tho Interest of the votoru on tho slnglo tax propo sition. Ooorgo F. Ooltorlll, a slnglo tnxcr, running o na munlotpnl ownorshlp platform, wne elcotttJ mayor over Hiram f. 0111, "open town" candi date, by about 1,00. CottorlU took no part In tho enmpalgln for tho slnglo tax nmendmonts. Olll "was recalled a year ago AVhon tho wonnon beenmo actlvo in tho campaign against an "opon, town." - ' Tho oloctlon of Cotterlll Is regard ed as anothor victory for tho women voters who fought aill'to a finish. Tho defeat of tho slnglo tax amend ments Is laid to the bitter light inado against thorn by property owners and big Interests bore Tho complete ota of yesterday's election .will not lip known until late toplght or tomorrow. Owing to tho numerous (proposition en tho ballet, the. counting Is ve.rf Blow e-f-opt on tho 1100)1 at the tlckot. Extraordinary Interost was taken In tho election be cause It was the) first time that the slnglo tax proposition had heon voted on In tho United titates. Tho Socialist candldato for corporation counsel poled 24,000 votes and was ,oartiy beaten .for tho place. The backors of Oilt wciro-so con fident Jio would he elected What they 'wagorcd thou'sandf ot dollars on tho result. 'It Is estimate, thoy lasl'jso, 000 on the election. Seattle, Wash., March C iThat So. atte will bo governed by a single tax mayor. u!ng revenues raised by the elnilo tax systonr, aas Indicated by today's returns from yesterday's mu nicipal election. With roturns miss ing 'from CI precincts, tlio Haurco to day were: Cotterdll, .alnglo tax and municipal ownership mayoralty can dldate, 20,r30, Hiram Olll, "wide cpen town" eandJdutc, 25,041. tVMerllt's friends claim his election by'at least 2,000 .plurality They also declare tho chancer amendment es tablishing tho slnglo tax system in Benttlo has passed by a substantial plurality. Oil), who was mayor. a year ago, was recalled (principally through tho votes of the women who cast their ballot for tho flrs't 4lmo at that clc'c tlon. Ho sought tbo mayoralty again Ih Is tlmo ah a vindication, ' Official returns arc not nil In yet, but oomplcto unofficial .roturns give Cotterlll n plurality of fi00. Tho defi nite figures on tho elnglo tax amend ment mny not bo prepared before this afternoon. Comploto unofficial rcturnH givo Cothtorlll 31,656 and QUI 31,010. Xcw Zealand' postal revenue Is larger In .proportion to papulation than that of any other country. It exceeded $r.,000,000 last year, or $G for every Inhabitant. PltOBATn NOTIOH. Notlco Is horcby given that the fol lowing accounts Imvo Jieen filed Jn tlio Probate Court within and for tno County of Marlon ana State ot Ohio for Hcltlomonit and that said accounts will bo for hearing Jn said IProbae Court on Tuesday, tho 2nd Day or April, A. 1. 1 1 lii. i 1. First necount of (William C. nrmttv. rtilniltilstrator with tho will annexed of tho Csthtb of nehecca J. Ueatty deceased. -. - , ' 2. First and final accountof Wajl ter D. Ward, administrator ot the oftatn of Simeon T. Ward, deceased. 3. Third account of IW.' E. Watklnn et nl, executors of tho estate of John J. Fleming deceased. 4. (First and final account ot Henry WIfc. executor of tho cstato of John Thomhs deceased. 5. First antf flnal account of Sarah Ann Smith, administratrix of tho estate o't Jacob L. Smith, do- censed. 8. iJirst account ot Wheeler II. Mann, administrator of tho estate ot Julia K. Mann deceased. 7. Firm and tlnal account et Charles Laaiarahe, administrator of tho estato ot Louise Catolr deccasod. r. First and final account of Oath- nrlno McDanlel. executrix ot the1 estate ot William McDanlols Ob censed. ' 9. Firn and flnal occoUht 6f William F. Ooss, administrator' of Theodore It. Oelw, deceased. : in virt nnd final acCdunt nt -nrHln n. stiekn-sy. administratrix ' , , - . f-lrt1i V of tho estate or. uscar s. onv-.... deceased. . cli nml fln.il'accOunt of willllam .Little, admlnlstratbr of the cstato ot A. S. Mclvin, deceaseu. , Guni-dlans. , 11. OTJrst and llnnt account' of Nettle E. Bruce, rguardlan ot Antojl nel':o n. Young. 12. First and final account of Su san Almcndlnser, guardtan of Lester P. Almendlnger. 13. Thlnl and- flnal account or George C3. McQulre, euardlnn of Ver nal W. Brady. 14 Third account ot John Hnnloj, guardian of 'Allco lllonley and Ber nard llanlej. ,,.. Exceptions to any of tho aboo named accounts must bo filed on or beforo Saturday, tho 30th day of March, A. D., 1912. W. fl. Srvcnccr, 3.c.lt Probato Judge. OnDINANCE No. 3. "Authorizing tbo Marlon City Water Company to extend Its mains on Avondnle, and on Irqy Avenue from Walnut Street q Sui-erlor Street: thence cast on Super ior to Cleveland Avenuo. no It ordained by tho Council of the City of Marlon, Stato of Ohio: Section 1. That the Marlon City Water Company bo nnd Is hereby au thorized and directed to extend Its water mains on Avondale street from Silver street to Blako AVenuo nnd on lroy Avenuo from walnut street to Superior street: thence east on Supcr lot Street to Cleveland Avenuo. Section 2. That thp Chief of tho Flro Department bo and and ha Is hereby authorized and directed to lo cate flro Hydants mndo necessary by said extensions and tho City Clerk Is hereby directed to notify tho said company nccordlng to tho provisions of this ordinance Section 3. This ordlnnnco shnll bo In forco and tnko effect at tho earliest period allowed by law. Passed February 20, 1912. EAnL T. SMAnT, President of Council. Approved by CLAUDE D, WAL- TEns, Mayor. Attest: Elmer 13. nia'zer, City Clerk. FuU In Star February 27 and March C, 1912. Pub. In Mirror February 23 nnd JIarch C, 1912. OnDINANCE No. 17. To bonds for tho purpose of purchasing n site In the central section of thd C'ty of Marlon, Ohio for it Flro En gine House and a site in the north ern section of the City for a Fire Engine house. no It ordained by the Council ot the City of Marlon, State of Ohio, two thirds ot tho members elected thereto concurring. Section It That It Is deemed neces sary by tho Council or tho City of Mnrlon, Ohio to Issue und Boll the bonds of said city in the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars, ($10,000.00) for the purposo of purchasing ft site In tho central section of the City of Ma rion, Ohio and a site In tho northern section of the said City of Marlon. Ohio upon which to build Fjre Englno Ileuses. Section. S. That tho bonds of said City be issued In tho sum ot Ten Thousand Dollnrs ($10,000.00) for the aforesaid purpose: each of said bonds 1 1 be In the denomination of One Thousand Dollarn ($1,000.00) and num bered consecutively from ono to 10, both cncluslve and all made payable on tlio first day of March and bear ing Interest nt the rate of four nnd one halt ipcr cent, per annum, pay able Beml-annually, evidenced by cou pons attached thereto; said bonds Rhall be dated not later than September first A. D. 1912, and shall m duo nnd paj able as follows: Ono bend March 1, 191G; ono bond on Mnrcti 1, 191C; ono bond on March 1, 1917; one bond on March 1, 1918; ono bond on Mnrch 1, 1919; ono bond on Mnrch 1, 1920; ono bond on March 1, 1921; one bond on March 1, 1922; one bend on March 1, 192.1; one bond on Mnrch 1, 1924; and said bonds shall bo payable at tho office of tho Treasurer of Marlon, Ohio In tho City of Ma rlon, State of Ohio. Section 3. That said lwnda shnll express upon tho'r fuco the purpose foi which they nro Issued and that they are issued in pursuunco of tills ordinance. They shaii bo prepared, Isiiucd nnd delivered Under tho di rection of the FInanco Commltteo of Council and tlio City Auditor and si. nil bo signed by the Mayor of said City nnd by the City Auditor and scaled with the corporate seal of said City; nnd tho Interest cntipons attach ed to said bonds i;hn:i bo Issued by theClty Auditor wit his slgnnturo thereto or ho shnll have his signature printed or lithographed thereon. Section 4. Said bonds shall be first nfferciV nt par nnd ncrucd Interest to tlio Trustees of the Sinking Fdnd in their official capacity and If tho Sinking Fund Trustees rcfuso to take tinS or all of said bonds nt par nnd Interest, then said bonds not so taken '.hnll headvcrtlscd for public sale and acid In tho manner provided by law, hut not for less tlinn their par value and acrucd Interest. Section C. Tho proceeds from tho stlo of said bonds, except the premi ums nnd accrued Interest thereon shnll bo placed In the City Treasury to tho Credit of tho Flro Engine Site Fund and shal bo disbursed upon proper couiherrt for the purposo bf inirchn'slng a sle :n tho central sep tlon of tho City of Marlon, Ohio, a?-! a slto In the' northern section of said Cly upon which to: build a Fre E(i jne'llouso nnd for no other purpose; and the premiums und uccrucd Interest te'celved from, such' snlo ' shall tie tinnsfct-rod to the Trustees of the I Sinking' 'Fjjnu to' be applied' by them in mo manner province, uy inw, Section '4'. Tills orathanco shall tako cflcct an J bo In force from nnd after he earliest period allowed by law, Passed February i'C, -1912. EAni,. T. SMAnT. President of Council Apn-bvca'by CLAUDM d. WAL T.Tri.1, Mayor, I Atctt:' Elmer K. B!nzcr, City Clqrk. l'tiif. h) Star February 27 and Mnrch iui:'. Pub. In Mirror Fcnrunry 28 and March C, 1912. Notice of Appointment. Estnto of nobert I. Strawbrldge, deceased. The undersigned has been appoint ed nnd qualified as administratrix with tho -will annexed of tno cstato of nob ert I, iStrawbriUgo, Iato of .Marlon county, deceased. Dated at Marlon, Ohio, this 17th day of Fobruary, A. B., 1912. Jeaslo F. (Lcopor, 2-21-3twed . Marlon. Ohio, OltDNANCE No. 8. Authorizing The Marlon Water Company to extend, water mains on Superior Street from lroy Avenuo to Prospect Street. Section Ono: Be It ordained by the Council of tho City of Marlon, Stnto tf Ohio, that Tlio Marlon City AVntCr Company ho, nnd is hereby authorized and directed to extend their wutor mains on Suporlor Street, from lroy Avenuo to Prospect Street; Section Second: Tnnt tho Chief ot tho Flro Department be, nnd Is here by authorized nnd directed to locate tho Flro Hydrant mndo necessary by said extension; Section Third. This Ordlnanco shall .t enforced on and nfter Its passage, with legal publication as provided by Ir.w, Passed Febmnry 20, 1912, i EAnL T. SMAnT, President of Council. Attested: Elmerv E. Blazer, C'ty. Clerk. Approved this 27th day of February, A. D. 1912. CLAUDE D. WALTEBS, Mayor. Pub. In Star February 27 and March U. 1912. PuU in Mirror February 2S and Mnrch 0, 1912. ttESOLUTION N. 9. Declaring necessary to Improve Blaine avenue from Columbia street, to Bellefontalno avenue by grading, sotting curbs nnd crossings, constructing tho necessary drnlns and retaining 'walla, gutters and catch-basins, determining, tho gen eral nature of the proposed Improve ment, the grading thereof and approv ing plans, specifications and profiles therefore. Bo it resolved by 'tho council of tho city of Marion, stato ot Ohio, that three fourths of all the anomlbors elected thereto concurring: a. That It Is hfirdby declared hoc-c-ssary ,to Improve- CBlalno avenuo from Columbia street to Bollefontalno avenuo for grading, setting cutbs und crossing-, oonntrucitlng the inecessary drains, retaining walls, catch hnslim and gutters and paving tho roadway with any substantial iavini material, Matinee: Every Day 5c . The Columbia I Wait ! Wait ! I See the famous f t Jackson Car. ' ; l r ' - In nccordanco with rtho plans, hpqcJJI-. cntlons, estlmutea and prolllea of tho proiHJsed Improvement prepared (by Ilia City Engineer nnd now flled. In tho Olllco of the Board of Public Safety which nro hereby npproVed.. . . h. That tho grading titsuld fllfet tt'j Improved shall be as shewh on saiu plans anil promos; 'icwii; 'uiu established grade. c. That tho wholo cost of said Im provement less one-fiftieth part there of, nnd tho cost of Intersection, shall Ic assessed by tho foot frontago ul)un the following described lota and lands; tr-wlt: All lots nnd lands bounding and abutting upon the proposed Im provement, which snld lots and lands ere hereby determined to bo especially benefited by said Improvement, ,nnd the cost of said Improvement shall In elude tho expense of preliminary ahd other surveys and ot the printing ahd rublishlng of notices, resolutions and ordinances required, and tho"Bervlng Of ""Bald notices, coat of'cons'trucflbn, together witli Interest' 'ot( tho bonds Usued,ln' anticipation of tlio .collection of jtho deforred-Jnstnllmcnls oo'stjeps mdnt8aid othpr iic,pcssary expetaso. ,' d. That the nsicssmcilts so o 'be levied shall be U(d Iff" fn flp)i an nual installments. ' wit it. lnteVista'ndo- fcrred paynienta, not to. iutcpedlslx I cr cent, per- annum, provided -.that tho-owner of nhy rirbnortnssosjied. may ttt- his option pay Bueli-JaVcss. ment In cash or nh, number of In slalltnents of the-sartio at nny? Unto uf tor such assessment hns bejn lovletl i.iiii iiiivicai. 10 mo next semi-annuai Interest day of said bonds next fol lowing tho ditto- of payment. c. That bonds of tlio CUy of Mai rlon, Ohio shall We IstucO ih antWJpttT tlon Of tho collection' of Mhoaisess mcntn by Installments made In an amount equal thereto. ' f. That the remainder of th6 cntlr.) cost shall bo paid by the Issuance of bonds as provided by law. Passed February 20, 1912. , EABL T. SMAIT, President of Council. Approved by CLAUDE b. WAL- TEn3, Mayor. Attest: Elmer E. Blazer, City Clcrlr. Pul. lu Star February 27 and March V, 1U1. Pub. In Mirror February March 0, 1912. 28 d ,11 : Railroad Time Tabl Hocking Vnlloy. r, 1A North 7:38 a. m.( IQjQS lM ih.j :ob p. m.; xo:io p jn.; 11:16 B. hi, aoutn s:gc a. m.; 7:20 a.'ifi:: u:B P. m.; 7:20 p. m.; 10:30 ariir" I Dally except Sunday. .., xnuni to Marlon' drily. Erie... , -,w j Southwest 10;27 a. m.;,6:18 p. aui 1:30 a. ni. " " - ! East 5:38 a. m.; 12:61 p. m'.t 11:66 p, m., 6:67 p. m. Chicago & Erlo. ' ' West 10:25 x. m.; 12:06 a. tt.f 7:46 ., m.; x5:10 p. m." " ' " East 5:38 a. m.; x9:E5 a, vaif 6:10 p. m. 5:67 p. m. , ' Dally except Sunday, " xltun to Marlon only, xnun to Ohio City only, i . . . Pennsylvania. . North 6:52 p. m.; 12:20 p. .m. , South 10:30 a. in.; 8tpo p- pi. , Dally except Sunday, ( - Big Four. '' Eastbound 8:00 a. m.; 9:20 a. m.j 12:32 p. m.; 7:33 p, m.; 10:45 p. m.( 5:37 p. m. j Westbound 5;42 a. m.; 9:66 a. m.j' 10:25 a, m.( 1:66 p. tn.; 7:13 p. si. 3:10 p. m. A Dally except Sunday, , O., D. A M. Electric. Depart southbound 6, 7, 8, 9 and' 11 a. m., 12 m., 1, I, 4, 6, t, 7, 9 tthd' 11 p. m. & Arrlvo northbound x5i 6? a. jn.'lj 1:B0, 2:66, 4:66, 5:50, 6:66, 8:66 and' 10:65 p. m. 1". Qoes to Delawar only, ( I f From Stratford only, , Hourly service Bundayj and holl days. f' IT.J.LUCAS&SON o 0., M, & n. Elcctdc." , Northbound Cars leave Marlon tot! Bucyrus at 6, 8, 10 a. tt 12116. 3, 4, 6, 8 and 10 p. m. W Southbound Cars leavs BuoyriHJ tor, Marlon at 7:05, 9:26 and 11:26 a.' m and 1:05, 8;05, 5:05, 7:19. l8f pad 11:05 p. m. 1 r n fv l .Alwayfl romombcr tho full name. Look gf tb igoftturo on uvory Iwi. 36a. ?