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THOR MARION DAILY MIRftOR, MONDAY, M ARCH 25, 1912,
H-pnTri STENOdRAPHER CALLED SpftETTiESf C1R& '" IN WHOLE WORLD BY ANDREW CARNECIE "J' Save Money Here On Your New f MART taD" BAGS AND PURSES ! XAQX TWO ,CJ I' I- ra i n i: l "i I r Wedding nUciv;1,., CoM.rntel. Mr. nn,i Mrs. John Holland cele brated the eighth nnnlvcsary of thHr marrlngo last Saturday and for the Venlng Invited In n number of their fr!mUnrnt0, lh0o ',,ome thr " w.i i. rI"; s,l,,,r,'flJ- wns also the weddlnp anniversary of Mr. nntl j,rs, u it ?iV.r ,hl8 clty n,1(1 'Mr ""' sirs. Holland Invited thorn out to their country1 hotno for tho day. The guests arrl.d about S Voelt and presontCil tho 'host ami i...$tet with a number of rifts j well their congratulations. ,r408 of gatnw arranged to mnko the evonln pleas Jirablo and musical numbers presented y various guests were delightful Is sues. A oourso mtpper was Served nt a prettily dresed tables, places hem found nt about 10 o'clock. C overs were ploced foriMi. and Mrs. T. J. Moon. Lli. and Mrs. UlytU Smith nnd Mr. 'i'h ran liunltlf t Marlon Mr. atvJ Mrs. T. U. Pangiborn nnd daughters Susan and liuth. 'Mr. and Mrs. Hoy l'owelsori, Mr. nnd 'Mrs Urnnch Itoborto nnd daughter Trella of Big Island nnd tho host nnd houtess. Alpha Delta Club. The Alpha Helta t-Iub, a circle of schoql girls organized for literary work, met Saturday afternoon with jiim ura .Morgan on Waterloo street There was a largo attendance of the embers -and tho program nrrangod ior ine nay wn nn excellent one. The t611 call responsoa were, verses from the nibje beginning with II. The life 01 mines was studied during the nfternoon. Mlsi Bent,rlco Anderson OiaiWtnC 'first paper, tin ecei'ent one i on "Whlttler's Personal Life. Mss MnheJ Gelser described "Whlttler's Home Life." ij .MIES nonMe l'lekerlpgi h of Fktlon" In an ai. rcad "Tho Truth " preolnbie way. iMlm draco Holland f gavo a vivid dcrlptlin of Whlttler's t last days and of hte death. Mm. James e, Cunningham read "Th Barefoot Boy" which 1 one rf hta mwrt .popular Tpooms Bliss Hilda HollniyJ gnve the la paper ot the afternoon on "The Boyhood of Whlttler." k TllMft wnK m hlialnnaa eAMlnn nnrl 4 ate Jt close a. social hour was enjoy- .cd. Mimical numbers wore contributed iv i '& sT sS f ivl7) " '" 'Mr ii. NjhLJ wncvni ron towht rxnf This la n effeixlrn design for a towel end. The Initial may bo ombr just underneath. Tho flowers and luuves aro worked solid, with the dots as q stltoh, Uso, luoroorUttl cotton No, 25 for tho embroidery. by sorrie' of tho mcmbais who are tiulte talented and later n dolleloiiH lunch wagHerved. Tho next meeting uf the lub Is announced for tho aftornoon of April 6 and will bo held with MUw Helen AiVJro at her Seffner avenue home. A atudy of the llfp of Emerson will be made at that iilme. Attend Dnnco nt Jiltuc. Mr. and Airs. Chnrles t'onloy an! Mr. ansl lrs. Josopli SInnsor nttondod tho K. of P. dance jjlvon at L.vltue Saturday evening. arc.N'eal'a orchestra of this city furnished tho music. yiflirt nni. MIm Estber Unrtram qolehrated her eleetU birthday annlvorsury last Saturday and to mako the day a happy one Mrs. Unrtrnm ontortalnsd a. few llttlo glrla at dinner ut noon and UUei' Mlsa Esther waa hostew to the moni bera of tho Violet club of which ehe Is a member. The.ro was the usjoI series of imrry camos and In honor ot tho occasion a number of diversions lnaugurai.ed tspeololly for the day were enjoyed A very dainty tea woe norvcfJ toward xhecloae of tho afternoon. The next meeting ot ttio cum wjii be Iteld In two weoks. X. It. H, Ciib, Mls3 'Mary illoreuman entertained tho tnembors of tho N. n. S. clnh last Saturday evening at her North Oak Hireet home. Avldo from tho members 01 Iw IlOMnnian outortnlnud Mlssos Helen amhory und Mao IBeJlo WlUt Ing. Durlnir tho greater part at the ev- inln'u the alrls hatte4 nnd cmbmid- cfod, Tlisro W? a prp'em namu In fA'hiifli AflM Flronca Apt ftxcollnd onl site won iv pretty prUo. A lunch vna served. In two weeks JJIsa Hutu Klnaler wiU tjo. the Urtlpsa. "Margaret M. Burgess. Pretty I'arty nt Illdillo Homr. Saturday was the seventh birthday anniversary of llttlo Mls3 Ituth Iild flle and to mnko memornhlo tho day her mother Mrs. Harry Blddlo Invit ed over twenty Children to her North Prospect street home. About tho roomie were nrranged games for tho children nil tho diver sions that tholr hearts could desire for one afternoon. They played nbout movrlly until tho tea hour when the hostess lead tho llttlo folks to the dining room where a beatitlful pink and green table gladdened their eyes, in mo center a birthday cake presided, surrounded by tho tiny pink nnd green candles. Tho children found their places and a course lunch of delicious things wns served. Little Miss Uutli was remembered wlfli n number of pretty gifts from her llttlo friends. Tho children were: Misses Thelma Glaze, Vera Ireland, Lois Cole, Clover ainze, Oeneso Carey, Qlcnna Mac Mo Whorter. Dorothy Shute, Paulino Da vis, Mnry Smith, Huth Morrill, Flor ence Bosnian, Mae llosmnn, Paulino Mlley, Catherine Abel, Mildred Blddle, Mydn Gardner of nlchwood, Dawn Carey,, Masters Bnymon Cookston, Donald Monnett, Francis Smith, James Jticnnrus and John Berry arM--TOmm mgJS53,KES5!ifi32S9S2Sa,IKs: 1 Church Affairs I vi . m The iilinunl congregntlona) meeting of lb First Presbyterian church, will be,Keld at tho church, Thursday even At this time, all yearly roports of tho church societies Including mis felonnry societies, tho Woman's Aid society, nnd various other organiza tions of church work, will be submit ted nnd acted upon. Tho nnnunl elec tion of officers will nlso bo held. pnoarjnssivn sunshine daucii. TENS. Mrs. C. Cromer will entertain tho Progresslco Sunshine Daughters of the United Brethren church at" her homo on South Prospect street Tuesday ey er.lng. A good attendance of nil the members Is requested. AT THE WIDEMAN HOME. Tho Young People's Christian En deavor society of tho First Christian church, will hold u social and busi ness meeting at the home of Mrs. J. A. Wldeman on Oak street, Tuesday ev onlng. All members are urged to be presont. 4 ' PERSONALS 'M'lsi Edith AVllson and Mr. William Wlwon of Morral wpre Marlon visitors yesterday. -William Fabian and Itobert Miller of hero spent Sunday In Uppor San dusky. Dr. IT. B. Sawyer of Columbus spent Sunday with Marlon friends. "Wilson Dumtile has roturned to thp Tomo aohool, at Port Deposit, Mary land, after spending tho past weok with his parent In this city. Mlsa Helen Hougftton who attends Wooster university Is spending the spring week of vacation In Marlon. Miss Madge Whltnoy, who touches in tho Cleveland schools, is visiting Marlon relatives. Wilfred Schaffnor, n student at Wooster Unlvorslty. Is spending the spring vacation With His parents, Mr. nnd Mra. Frank Schaffner. Mrs. Wllllain Krols and children of Gallon are giifstH of Alts. John Krols on West Center street. MIsa IMnittlo 1H. Uakcr of Johnson, Vermont, Is tho guoat of her tlster, Mrs. A., F. Bnffopsperger, on floutb Prospect strvet. Mrs. Blgmand Stengel, who has bocn the- giiosi of her son, It, Of. StonRpl. or tho plat fow weeHM, rPturncd to her homo In PJttssburg, SMiiday, I COMMON PLEAS I Three Separate Answers Were Filed in Miller Will Case.' s OLD JCI1J ARE SETTLEO Elmer Johnson of Prospect Granted Decree of Divorce.' Answer Filed by County Auditor nnd County TrcnMiror In K. Knt. Case. n. V. MoiilgoitUTy Flics Answer to Protect Intcrcstsor Wnril. Three scpnrato answkers to tho peti tion filed by John 8. Miller against Mathew N. Miller and others In an endeavor to break the last will and testament of Muthew O. Miller, de ceased, of Agostn, wero filed In tho common pleas court this nfternoon by Kiln E. Miller, Mablo F. Miller and Delenl Clark. In answers the defendants claim that NEWS the paper writing admitted to pro- court on tho same date by William J. bate in the probate court' of this coun-(Grills agnlnst Samuel S. Fox to re ty Is In truth nnd In fact the last cover Judgment fnr J1.M9.C0, with in wlll and testament of Mathew a..tercst from April 4, 1002. Miller deceased. Atlornoys Mouser & . . Moloney are counsel for the dofen-' Through Attorneys Cnrhnrt ft ,anfs ' ANSWER FILED. A i nnati'nK wrttt flln1 In Vi n.mmnn plens court this afternoon through At-p'lfo of Harry D. Suit, Amzy J Suit torncy J. W. Jacoby by Auditor Jny and JllnnloSult, his wife, Albert A. Srnuldlng and County Treasurer Hob-jlrov nnd Bllon Irey his wife, James ert S. DomlAlugh, defendants in the,J Peacock and Florence Peacock, his oldered n the center of tho wrcnth or yelets, and tho stoma In tho outline case "of the state '6f Ohio on relation o Ellis Katz ngqlnst Charles Allen us county auditor nd VII Ham C. Wnt trltig, county treasurer. Tho answering defendants pray that tho petition and supplementary petU tlon of tho plaintiff be dismissed and that tho1 writ of mandamus bo refus ed. Katz sued to recover a refund of 11 rjuor tax amounting to about $200, DIVOnCE GRANTED. Jutlco John M. Broadrlck, of Marys vlllo, Ohio, presiding In tho common pleay court this morning, granted a decree of divorce to Elmer Johnson, of Frocpect, from his ' u'lfo, Daisy Johnson. Oross neglect of duty nn dassooia-J"lJ tfnn with other men nro tho chnrffps - whlch tho plaintiff setup In his petl - tlon. Tho Johnsons were married at Co lumbus In November, WO and have ro children. TO rnOTKCT INTEIIESTS, Georgo V. Montgomery as guardian of tho person and property of Mildred llolen, lejtoy, Mablo nnd Howard Montgomery, minors defcndantsMn tho partition suit brought by Thomas W, Markoy, , against Nellie Mercer and others, filed an answer In the coins ,11 .... 4t.la ,.. nalfn. ..X teotlompf tliet Intcresta of his wards, Tho nnswer was filed by Attorney llouser & Molonoy. TWO SUITS SETTLRP. A suit brpught by Ollld E. Fox ngalnsf tlio Marlon Pepartrnont comt puny August J3, 1902, to recover $89P,f.O with Intepat on a promissory note Jiaa been settled out of court lit tha cent ot tho defendant. Attorneys Scoflpld Pnrfco AScoflelu reprcflosUiu tH pinjntlff. ApuUior flm Peg"". 1" common k BT 4v . &t 'Sf'F S"J f L tf ZikLLP' T 3-c' "-W- - , T A CAmV' r f i tl -"1 v T HB7 AtKlL . - tP vV c VfJ3GINtJl L&. Miss Vlrglnln Lcc, of Pittsburg, A stcnographor In tho offices of an engineering company, is finding that famo has Its drawbacks, oven when It Is being called "tho prettiest girl In tho world" by Andrew Carnegie The steel king never Baw her In person. A photograph found Its way Into his hands, nnd ho went Into rhapsodies over It. Now Miss Lee, who has big bluo eyes, a wenlth of brown hair, nnd much modesty, cannot go upon tho street, to tho theater, or any placo clso without finding her self tho center of a curious, Jostling crowd. pvnrner, iinrry u. own, iiieu iv peu- lion in uio common pieas court tms looming agnlnst Daniel Suit, widower ' tt PtirlNtlnn Hull tlnnMlHftil CHfit 4tlt wire, Albert E. Peacock and Fay Pea cock, his wlfe,.nsklnff for tho tiartltfon fcf ronl estate In Itlchlnnd township. Tho plaintiff prays the court to havo his Interests sot off to him In severalty i.nd that tho dower of Daniel Suit may lio assigned to him. ERIEP MENTION Mrs. I.oha Mntlier Is 111 at her homo on Windsor street... Francis, tho llttlo dnughtor of Mr. und Mrs. F. A Itolnwald Is suffering fi severe attack of pnuumonln nt the homo of her parents on Olnoy nvenuc. Horn Rundny to Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Waddell, n s,o'n. The condlton ot Mr. John Conghlln oi West Church street who has bQQn seriously ill remains nbout the siimiv Bom to Mr. nnd Mrs. Mae Forwoj Monday, a girl, Bom, Monday, to Mr. and Mrs. August Sunk s, a son. Continued From Piigo Fh. David s king thnt ho noeds God Is not because, a man Is a peasant he neods uplift. Jt Is not; because ono has millions nnd nnothor poverty that ho neods CJod nnd Ood s protection, but It Is bocauso hd Is n man, and with out God he lirts his eves und beholdn nq tokens of sccurltyln this world or In tho next. JtuMi For Worrtly Honor. "Just at this very moment thorp Is a great rush for wordly honor In tile Presidential rnco of tjie, U. S, Politi cians all over the country are wild. Bitter feollngs exist Jn some quarters. The Itopublleons 'arc. eager to retain tielr places and positions and salar ies. The Democrats are anxious to chango tho tables nnd very few of both ipartles seem to bo considering any grout moral question. They hold conferences 0n tho Sabboth. They moot committees. They bnnquot with follow workers. They will -sell their 'birthday for the polygamous Mormon vote. Tnoy would Btnln'tho Amorlcan flag and drown purity Jn tho slums of viioness, if by doing so thoy could win tho frjondshlp of tha brewers of America. Somo would sell out tho faith onco dollvored. to tho saints, nnd fidelity nnd blood; -of martyr and prayers of fathers nnd mothers. ami i'thd church of our Lord nnd Savior JOflUH Christ, and place the. black ftog of jjunerstUlnn and tyrnnmy across tho heavnn'lorn canso of lib unirampipa rights anu tho Holy ' Xl?rd .f "'J which Is tho only (nfnl- "" r"' ol r(l" nu conuuvt. nnmo wouw curio tlio cr os and stifled sobs of women and efhlldron ond drhp on tholp selfish chariots, SOCIALISM v Bargain Prices at Baker's X K l mi n v i jX (A, Warcii riano oale 'J. , t xneso star tuner nnce ; double reason why you should get that piano now. Y Only thq highest grade pianos in stock. Watch JjJ our window daily for amazing price cuts, I G. W- BAKER I T Tino Tunine and Repairing 214 W. Center V defying God, Ignoring mail, Indifferent to heaven nnd scoffing ot the yawn In mouth ot hall. But I toll you, men and women, no matter If somo chic men of our land were to rldo to heal In a golden cherlot, they would fool no better when they got thcro thnn tho man who went on foot. A thousand tlmoft bettor llvo and strug gle and long for freedom nnd Christ nnd dleitho death of a slave, than llvo thn llfn of n .lrannt nn,l n tho in'""t,ltu """ 'llismni SOrVlCOS Will of death crj' for help. .l,.n.l. o. f- 1...I.. pluclng Mint n (leaiu crj' ior noip. I .... - - .----- -u .. "There Is grent value, therefore, lnl'"00. ," to "rcSBnt to 1'1'1 farewell aclng the splrltunl abovo the mnto-.!0 ;' ''A'nrts, who leaves tomorrow i. There' aro rlchos. competent to,r,or cw JnAon. whero ho will con- value. Thoro is n poverty too, thnt.auct sorvlcog, millions cannot relieve, 1ien your heart Is huavy'nnd death seems cnmn lng In your home, you don't want any one to come and ask what you think of real pstato prospects. You donlt thank tho tattler to coino and steal your tlmo nnd distress your heart with some groundless gossip., I sny undor such circumiaices you don't want tp talk nbout philosophy, dogma, Shakes poaro or Socialism, but rwthor do you want to know that "Prselous lntho eyes of the Lord is tho doath of His Saints. And that assurance will onnble you to lie down In sweet peaco nnd ..,,. ,.,. .i. . .,.. ... 111 " "' "'" iwioiuiihh uiac o V'tT, '.,.!. , .. I''rvlstrm over tho country's "big "Xcnv I bid you further obiorvo thn,f business" such an unfnltorlng trust Is deep root-l mmor-'a .t',ii.. .... t.r ,i, 4...,, ,o,l nnd not .uporrtetal. Oftqn tl.ni during revivni meet tigs tliero nrB'i.nrtl, "., .., ,, .7 ; vJM , those who announce thoy Ml Ilkp "k ," " V ? 'otlvcs of " dof4n" slnglng all the time. I contnlnly would. !.,,;,, Hh8"' , ,. . , not discourago such a oho. The un- L i? r ?. " nntUtr,mt tlaw ,3 "? fortunate thing Is thnt thoflo constant I nn. off,ort f io Bovornmont to saddle slnKlng saints aro seldom on hand when we nro marching ns tn wnr. When I llston to our loud nnd hols trous tnlk nnd whispering In God's houso up to the hour of tho doology without a momont of prayer. I wonder. If there isn't n direful nood of crying. unto the Lord ns David did. Wo como H to church In a listless manner as wo go to a show, i Wo go out of the. church and forgot tlio text beforo you roach homo. I toll yon my frlonds.anu consideration had of tho rule In that a deep rooted conviction Is need cd to appreciate tho goodness and presoneo of God. "Whon tho First Prsbytorlan churoh of Marlon fully rcnllzes that It It Is to bo tho body of our. blessed Chrlct, It Is to be ns gracious as Ills Holy Lips thnt spoke tho prpclous words of tho Ufa to tlio poor tolling woman of Samarln; it Is to bo nlort as tho onrs of Jpsus that heard tha contesting waves of Galilee; It Is to bo helpful ns the blcssot arms of tho specific. Tho violation was in doflancq Knvlnf thnt irnfhorn.l IllUn o1lll.lrr.nl. .... . ' H"'"M1VW .VtVi t(J1 i. i . """""",i-",oi mis inw. xnoro can bo no etuostlon JSnt n?r,i!iti,Vi0ihftfe?I,".Bp,rU "f lh0 Bp,rlt or wrongdoing which ntP3- i ?V. Ll " romptoa theso violations, as an ord Sn'lf ' ' , 18X"T.TJ of the court-ndge Grosscup's Jn, hidden secret of His comnnssionnto lioart which was tho purest that over throbbed In human sympathy AIns, nlas, whon tho church ropcats such do ,lngs, such blessed experiences will bo yours and stop by stop God will ,lead you Into tho deep things of Ills lovo nnd guard you In slunibor and sustnln you in pursuit. Tlio Amusement Question, Tho closing Sunday of tho Trinity Baptist ovnngallstlc ''Campaign for others" wns ono of the busiest nnd most successful days of tho meeting, which has continued for tho past four weeks. At the morning service, Itov. W. A. Jtlng talked on the subject "Tho Christian's Possessions'' in n very In teresting and helpful manner. Sov- prnl people became members of the V T t T t t lleducwons make t. n. .j. The lino of purses and hand tags we aro showing is not only comrpletct with the latest siylea, ibut also offers values that nro X .unrivalled. Wo hnvo anything that Fashion's dictates proclaim as f .?. correct for tho Spring senson. Our priors nro the loucst always. You iwWI llnd tho latest crerttlrfns I n white wash boBS velvets, Jn nss,ort-v X X otl shndos nt COc nnd $1, also a niee assortment of leather bugs Xrpm y 48c up to $4,00 all sizes and shmpos. See tho variety before you X f diuy your bag nnywhore, we'll nave you nionoy. Yours for bulsncss f. JENNER & POWERl ? : : : . - : : : .;. . .. . . . . . . .. ,:. . ,:. . .j. ,;.. church nt this servloo both on pro fession of fnlth and by letter. At the nfternoon service, thcro was p. Inrge uttendnnco in splto of tho stormy weather. Tho high school boys glee cluli sang two very pleasing se lections, nnd- Evnngehst Evurts talked on "Tho Amusement Question." Hbj nddrcss wns one of much Inspiration and was of great Interest to those who heard It. Ho talked mainly on tho subjects ot thontor-polng- card play ing nnd dancing, taking his stnnd polnt not on tho question ot tho sin or doing these things, tut wholly from tho stnndpolnt of tho Influence, tho possible dungors which may nc- cnio from tho pursunnco of such things nnd tho waste of vnluuble thnq. lie illustrated his sermon with Incidents which came under his own Personal observation, during his' work in thp slums ot several cities, and fuiidd his nddrcss very Interesting. At tliQ evening service.,, ho subject wns. "Tho Sin for Which Thoro Is no t'nrttdn." Mr. Evnrts said that God's If.st agent to this world, !g. Jho Holy Spirit, nnd whn ono nyfl "nq" (o tho Holy fcplrlt,', lie has committed tho uiipnrflohfibiu ?ln, nnd robs himself bf rill liopo for pardon. Miss Motta Hnymor snlig ''I havo nothing to do with tomorrow." At the closo of tho service, rilno bnptlsmB took place, making In nil, thirty-five new accessions tn tho church since the beginning of tho ser vices. Tonight the fnrewell sermon will bo "O "OKI. largo congrcgntlon Is cx- Potatoes Jttro; tfreltV hlph, buUnoth- sdm&'flnotones sold for ia'npieco. But the flesh ot theso lino ones cooked Is almost ns white nS Hungarian flbur. And then thOHe nntnton nM In 1, k... i.... i V , . , tnten, but nro saved for seed, slnglo oi.es being picked dut from hundreds of thninuinds. New YoikPross. Continued from Pn-o Oiik. , . Knvp """V"1' "" " "i.i,t .; l! '"""'. " l,,D """! mo conn try. This law was absolutely requir ed by tho necessity of economic de velopment. Our gient corporations wtro growing abuslvo of tho privileges "ostowed upon them. Tho law wns onaoto' ns n remedial measuro to Bto" tno wrong being dono tho public. J"1 ,B not strictly n penal lnw nnd tho strict construction required In ordln ary criminal cases should bo relaxed civil cases proof by ti preponderance or evidence. Your decision In this coso will establish an Important pre cedent for tho protection or tho pub tlo agnlnst prlvato exploitation In tho first necessary of llfo meat. ' 'This law Is not ambiguous as the attorneys for tho packers would havo you bellevo, but It Is plain, simple npd applicable In oven- case of its Violation. There has been a violation hero nnd Jt wns nut unintentional, but Junction fn 1003 put these defendants RAINY DAY HAS NO TERRORS FOR MAUDE Mnude A)lsn. Mnudo Allen, who created the rolo of housekeeper In "Thij Ittlo Mll llonalro" in New York, lias had' a bit of luck. When ele was marrfed y.enr, r so PE0, llcr fathar-in-law made her n wedding presentf somo snares In a western mine. At that time the property liad not been de veloped nnd tho stock wus not listed III the market. A lucky otrlko of pay M?JeCAefftly 89ri ' "rocketing nnd Miss Allan sold out for kiuimIi tr. fcwp her from belni? frlgh one'd by Py ol4 rulny dy tl?t efiiiaa nionjr. I fell i ' '" I I I I -it t-HH-H-4-H-H-l-HHtHHIH-r.H; I WHERE CASH f TALKS r0 lb. ciin Pure Lnnj i!." lb. Arlmeklo Sugar 2 Him. Itcd Illnl Coffee J 2, sin K. 1). Milk ,.,, fl enn good Corn 1 pk Apjilcs 7 lbs. Hulk Sfnrcli .. . . V.r,n ' . . si.no . . , . . . noo . ... I.c .. 10c '.-. ' ' o," MV 7 Box Matches . . ant) 7 finkcrt $nl White 2Se '.', 1 bov Corn Stqrcli, one box ! '. Sodn , 1.1c ' 0. Grossglaiist fyjp t 005 W. Columbia fit. ; : H-HH-H-H-t-M illlHIII 1-l-I-t. on their gunrtl ns to violations. Their subsequent nets were in violation of tho court's order as well ns ot tho clatute. The criminality of thwe de fendants hns been proved by nVundapt evidence tho formation of tho trust. first in the old pool, then in tho un named association which held secret meetings In the office ot A. II. Vecdcr, Which were enjoined by Judgo Gross- cup and flnaly by tho organization of the National Packing compny. When the effort to orgnnlzo n billion dollnr trust had failed, this Natlonnl Pack ing company was organized to glvo the cloak of legality and legitimate business purpose to the unlawful and Improper methods used by these de fendants to mnnlpulato tho market for meats nnd extort higher prices frqm the public. Tho strpngest circum stantial evidence of guilt lifid-bcprt ptoducod, Tho test cpsts, momornn- ,dum costs and .profit margins -spnt (e .all tholr branch house managers , and . d bv 'Z r ,lP T "2. V T I ? VV? l? "0mP 0? lleS.Q afCIdpntH I'Urnisn iio strongest evidence... i ..Thn iiwitr;,,.!,r nmi,ii.i' ;'',.- centlnucd since ,tho ofd,pool , was., en joined. This grent packing business hns nnt bean developed through niv evolution of tho Industry for tho pur poses of economy nnd efficiency, but It hasbocn built up solely for tho pur' pf.so of profit-making for tho owners- Butler's nddrcss will be followeil by Judge Carpenter's charge to ih$ jury. i was oxpr.cted Hint (th'q enso vourt I n clvon Into tho inpds ot the 4ry Into ihls nfternoon. Juror II. L jjuck lln, whoso Illness' caused a jpostpnne- mont Friday, wnti fuHyjirccovewd to day. i ' PACKEBS ALL PUESENT. For tlio first tlmo'In months, tho ten defendants wero nil assembled In tho court room todny. All of tho packers have consistently refused to discuss tho ense, except to say they wero cmfldont It would result In tho ac quittal and In a "complete vindication of tho methods used in thp packing industry." Tho millionaires gathered about tho t.iblo used for tho attorneys for tho defense. Occasionally they exchang ed commonts on tho nrguments of At torney Hutlcr, but for- tho most, part tliey received tho arraignment silently nnd apparently with Indifference. Tho court room was crowded .wth p.omlnent lawyers, politicians nnit executives In the packing concerns. Judgo Carpenter ordered tho doorst closed and hundreds wero turned nwny when Duller spoke, ' v . GAS, DYSPEPSIA AND litDIGESTJOH VANISH Settles Yonr Out-of-order Stomach nnd Ends indigestion In Flp m(ii- tites, a ou can eat anything your stomach cravos without fear qf Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that your food will for mont or sour on your stomach, If you' will take a llttlo Dlaipepsln occasion ally. Your meals will tasto good, and any thing you cat wll lbo dlgostedj noth ing can forment or turn to ncjd or poison or stomaeih gas, which causes Pelehlng, Dizziness, a footing a( fJlji ness after eating, Nausea, Tndlffcstlpn (like n lump of load In stomach). Bil iousness, Honrtburn. Water Qrasli, pain In stomach ami IntQstlneg pr pth or symptoms. Headaches from the stomaoh npo ab Anllftr.1v lintrnnurn i..t.n.A 1UI- u . . remedy Is used, Dlaiepsln really does all tho work.pf a healthy stomach, It dlgosts your meals whon jMur etom agh cant, A slnglo doso will digest nil tho food you ont nnd Jpavo nQthrilc to ferment or sour and dpsot tho stomach, Get n largo GO-'ccnt cngo of paipo's Plapopsln from your druggist aptl stnrt taking noy, and In a llttlo wlilln yon will actually brag ahput your healthy, strong stomoch, for you then can oat anything and everything you want without tho sllghtoct discomfort or misery, nnd oVory particle of Im purity ami Gas that Is n yoMr fitom ach and Intestines Is 0Ing tn (0 car r od away without the nso of laxa, lives or an,y otlier nsslstniwp, BhOtlld ypll nt thl mnmnnt li ... IXA."0 or any ,,m ;, 'dl.3r ?.. Se"tln .r Wy fl,Qm within S5S fclnu"0" SH r"0t 4 i ' a $ I '