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PAGE SIX " THE MARION DAILY MIRROJilDAY, MABftH25, 19lfe. . ,--.!,.- u-gj: iiua ' HSHnMHMHMMmMHMMHMII Ethyl Young The Girl Baritone Rossow Midgets Acrobatic and Boxing Act dun theatre Lois eeete Hobsdtt PRICES lOc, ,15c, 20c. Box 25c. MAtPINEE DAILY 3:30 First Show 7:30 Second Show 9:00 MATINEE PRICES Grammar and High School Children 5c Adults k,... 10c TRY TO GET IN &&. & ompaiiy '"' -in- ' ; 4' 11 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Days of TOGTOtWESd DmHHaBBBMBftsttfsmr "BJ !zii:iLzb?tM&:tJi! ffflgtfliMS&fcw&WimsQK&mlmET&BIm hMEMaHMHBMHMKSKMMOaBpBHI pMWlMMW ' -'!' ' ' '- - , - ' . ' :. b , fd 1 3i 1V- ' Closing Shots in A. B. C. CMmbo, Man.lt 23 The closing shots In the American howling con gress tournament nre being llretl to- ,,day In tho double and singles. TUio national com petit km will he closed this afternoon nnd tho crack , from all ovor liho country will tonight rotl In tho "big" Bwcopjrtnkew event. Ovor B0 tennis oro entered. Tho only ox citcmont In yesterday's lioiivbivrdmont of tho plnH oame to tho work of AVoJsil and Mauser of Youngstown, Ohio, vho dropped into second place with l,2C(t, . three pins bcihlnd the lea'lers. Dlouln nml nolfo of Chicago went Into i.hlrrt place In this event. News From in San Antonio, Tex , March -3 M m ugor Jimmy Callahan and Asslitunt Managers Doc White and Harrj Lord, with tholr three teams of hungry utTi letes idle, on account of bad weather, expect a rift In tho skies today that will permit a workout for the squid lure at least! i I Develops n Grouch. i n 'St-' Louis, iUt., March 23Tho frfrouch Idovelopod by Manager Ilrosna ban Mti'o.' result of returning hero with HuS'Cdrainals fonljr to loam that tho series with thp Browns had been post poned, was not Improved today. A s'feet storm swept over St. Louis and Work Was out of the Question. ' OiltN Kwlliii. Srtii Francisco. March 23. Betting odds tod.iy switched until Frank Klaus was u. ton to nine fnvprjto to win .over JaCK 'Dillon fh thelV buttl this p(lrhpoh for a chance at the mhlJle- ()wbjgfit crown. r Neither man had much to say re garding tho outcomo of tho mill today, but both uppuarod determined to win. Ulrmlngliam, Ala., March 23. The Cub regulars today have a chanco to got rovengo on tho llarons for Thurs day's tcn-lnnlng tie. Manager Chance decided to play another gamo hero to day following the receipt of Vi tolo uram front Mehphls, his next stop, that tho Hold there was Hooded. Tho Cub youngsters sot tin oxamplo for tho veterans yesteiday by walloping the Barons, 5 to 0. Miller on VlrM. ' Hot Springs, Ark., March 23. Tho Urates' troublosomo Initial wick iosl- tfn may bo (Hied this year by Jack) Miller; " nccordlng to today's baseball Writers' dope. "Dots" has shown up' 'well during the workouts. llcils In Cliitttunoopi. Chattanooga, Tonn., March 23. After the second viotory over the Atlanta, Ciuckers, tho Reds iirrlvw here to day to meet Johnny Iiohljs." team. The lleds won Friday from Atlanta only .through tho foxy work of Art Frommo, "who fooled tho hoavy hitting Brit ton 'Into swinging at a fait one with tho Iteds only one run to the good. The work of Jimmy Ksiuond at short Droved to Manager O'Dav that tho llods at last have a shortstop capable Camp 1 P JzZ00 western mm Day Letters K'ight Letters No mail's delay The quick route fo'r business 9 H $ l THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY r i i I Tournament Tho standing of the high nion (fol low: Double. Owen-Sutton, I.ouiwvilte, 1,260. WiflshiMnuter, YoungeNown, Ohio, :,8B. Utoiiln-Uolfc, Chicago, 1,211. Ulpiien-noyo, St. Louis, 1,230. Xawnmn-tUuuson, Canton, IMlnols, 1,227. Singles. Sutton, Rochester. X. Y., C79. llotchld.-w, Dotrolt, C7I. Ernert, Toledo, GCI. Shepherd, Kanms T'lty, CC2. Thles, Cleveland, C39. Training the South of holding that position. Pitchers lit ronn. New Orleans, La., March 23. Tho Naps were Idle t.ils morning, waiting far the game In the afternoon with the Pelicans. The Yannlgnns put off eft 8:30 for Mobile for games today and Sunday. Tralnor. Doo AViitto says -nil the pitchers but Krapp and Kalor 'Will be ready ui go to' work tho first day ot tho Hcuson, If necessary. Morlarlty In Danger. Monroe, La March 23. That 'either Loudon or AVesterzir, "recruits v 11, oust the former Tiger captain, Goorgo Mor larlty, from tlirld lmno position, Is tho belief of tl)e Tlgor squad hero today. Morlnrlty has not yec put In nn, ap itroinincu apd the ploying of Louden and Westurzll atthjrd hns been of thi too-notcli vVarIdf. Part of tllB.nuud leaves hero today" to play tho Topokai Knu., teem tomorrow. Wolterton'H ItlUl'llctlOIH. Atlanta, Oa., March 28. Fewer bases will bo stolen on AVolverton's High lander this year, if the instructions he is giving his plteiics ana cntchors are followed as carefully us he guvo them today. The New York mnnagor remnluded behind his catchers during practlco and drilled the Imttorlos In watchfulness nnd rapidity by having overy man who reached first try to steal. Ho llgiiros many games are lost through pilfered buues. heds coming: IIOMK. Birmingham. Ala.. March S3. Man ager O'Dny's offort to hnvo Prostdent IM-nrtuin ince,l V'rlng tgaines in thinks spring will soon arrive. O'Day things spring wn soon arrive. O'Day wnnts to stay south u week longor Imt Herrmann prefers to have tliul team at home next Saturday to meet tlje fcw York Highlanders, IllHIIMl IMflvI'll to Win. Now York, March 23. If present rorm counts for anything, Calvin Do nuirest is dim for a defeat at tho hands of AVlillo IIopiio whon thoy meet April 11 for file 18.2 balk lino ibllllam charrJploiHflil'p. Domnest was defeated twice yesterday In pmc. tlif, Albert Cutler of lioMrtn. od minUlerlng ono iand George llos. son tho othor. 5s J KID JULIAN, SYRACUSE YOUTH, LOOMS UP IN FRONT RANK OF THE FEATHERWEIGHTS. KID JULIAN. , Yorkir-'nS fh'ii d,ercnt,fi .s'r,ncuso of Johnny Dun-iceplckfa by Now chnmZ'T1',,0 'C ??.Lcnndld,a., r,' n nht wltl1 "'o now featlierwelght champion. Johnny Kllbane, Kid Jullnn has Jumped into tho foremost rank of tho feathers, llo is a strong, willing yodth, find while ho isn't SunnhfJ-!. b0,x.ct If .0,ftt ,ho U ncvc.r avcr t0 n'lnit It and carries a unch with which ho is ablo to do a lot of damage BOXING. BIIOWN A WINNEIl. New York, March 23. Another knockout Is credited todny to Knock out Brown. Ho put awny O'DOnnel, who also carries tho front name of "Knockout" In the llrst round of their bout last night at tho Carlisle Ath' letlc club. ' It Ayns-lrrthtrcCTflUlttrti-uto of the rbuifd MroVn landed an upporcut In tlioplWof ODonncM'e stomach. The latter tritd to rise three tlmos, tiut the tohth Becond passed with the lighter still on the floor. DYSON WINS- OVHIt "I1KUNO. ' Now Yotk.Olfiroh i3. Fight fans to- day nre !uudJnsYmmKDys.on...of Pro Viuenoe for bis showing 'Jflst, night at tile New Po'o Athlqtlu club.i whon h defeated Jiel Bruno, no Chicago foa- ion was and tiieweight In seven i omuls. Del floored twice In tho last round whon he reached hiB corner, sank Into his chair unconscious. liilimiy Going to Ireland. Olowland, March ii. A return en gpgemert betweon Chimplon Juhnoiy Kilban and Abo Attoll next tiabor day Is not arsurei Jortinny will soil for Ireland ne.t Augut, ho '.old a fetv Intlmajto friends toUtay, lu'ii his thc airlcal eiigagenientH will havo been concluded. Both Kllbano ami .Man-, ager Jimmy Dunn declare thero wax nothing dellnite In their talk w ' h Pro niotpr Tom McCaroy about another Attoll Hunt. K K A A A A, A K A A A A A An ' J TKLKGKAPHIO. TABLOIDS. i '-: i X ii it ii '? ii V. it ii Chlcueo "tMy namo'H Theodora Itoosovelt. S-'favt. (My hoine'H in Salt Lake 'n'-I'm a. luninoti," hW a young man hoH hero for dlsorddiy conduc. Chleaso A spirit fenrbted In a whlto shoot, which hud terrorized meinbirH or tho lleth Imniodrnsii synagogue, shouted "Don't ehoct," when dotec- tlvos lnvostlgatod. Tho "pIr!t" was booked as Abraham Goldburg. Chicago William rtoblnaun, held for tho" murder of AJbort Golirlg. a waiter in his fnthor'n rcstuuram., will ho Ilred the sihot "Just to iwalto t't waiter op und muko Win rtop livelier ' Altoona, C'n. Hor liuiflianJ burled ot sea with till their savings In a licit around lila body, (Mr Sophlo Soffm r a Gorman Immlgrjint onrouto to iil cago, wantotl Uo m tho hoe of a conductor who gavo her a meal Punxutaiwn Pa. Often express ing a wdh that they wttuld die to gether, 'Mr. and Mra. John S. Smith the oldost couple In Iteynoldsville, arc doud at their homo. Both were l.l from pnoumonlu, and died" 48 hours npurt. Chicago With tho rolling of nwee-o-stakes corapiltliod, tho oountry om iv JiowieTi 'tflBpenwd for their homon to day. J. ttmith or c-mcago won .i match Jrom Al Ivlndgren of Buffulo, 2,211 to 1,048. Cleveland An unJdenUflod young man at wooplng for an hour In the Nloklo Plato station and then -watkod Into a switch yards and ihurlod him- solf under ft "moving locomotive;. He wore a mourning crepe. Cleveland Arpad Somsoy do Romes falba. nobleman, and former lieuten ant of the Aoititrlan emperor's cracik regiment, exile.ll becauso of his 'mar riage, died hore aloho aftor receiving vord that ,.he might return in right j ear , William Knds, formeiiv of Dolnware I ut formerly a laborer In tho Mrtrinii steam Shovel shops, wag transform!' from his boarding houie to tho Marlon titv ifospltal, Friday, to undergo treatment f"r tubercular trouble. HUglisft' engineers i'ave suecacded In bulldlruf U jmpor making niocblne tlmt .all Itirn out ev) feet of nenainiior. In Jnnlicfl wide, u minute. r.wn ''Wliilc" Not Working. Gnlax, Vn.,jT4rcn 23. 'Not oven the "mountejfwvireless" was working from tfie fipyHlfc f the Blue Ilidgo today with nAti of the long man hunt against "thYIIen gang. A state ol alege iHflJfl; tfi( jriotuitoins. h'nd tjjo, PPfcIWgj'lj'p. rN fippflnjs of the gang tluU sUilnod Judge Mos sle's courtrWoniwlth blood olcvert dais ago, havo olther cut or main talned a ctfiTSoTsTfrp' 5Vor overy tele nhntio linn l'crmlttedfrnsBages from tllHavlllj) today told' & p'roparatlons fbr 'tomprp row's reojlonlilg of the Currol county circuit court, when th CQinmoni wcaltui's iiriiRMutlrfii iigrtlhst tho Al len will b6gin. It I sifld'll' big body o'f mllltla Avill bo"6rdor'6'iT to llljlsr Nille not 'only to tiutrrd tno iirlson ors' during1 the trldl, but' also to nll lh' establishing picket lines along thp fdttthllh?. ' ' ' I W. Q. Pnldwln, of itoaiiokc, head of the detoctlM bureau whp is rti'nn aging the man hunt', irei1 his rep nJBOiitntlvba hro today tliht ho bviij bben UnhUle to irt any t(Ma from th major ,imrt of his rtiuiul, now- believed to bo in the henrt'of the mountains north ot Mount Airy, N. c No nrrangements havo yot boon mndo for tho transfer to Hlllsvlllo from llntinnkp of Floyd Allen and his son Vlotor, Sldna Kilwnrds, Byrd Ma rlon aifd Cabell Strfolland, now hold for alleged comiijiolty " hi tho couit room murders. , Klglit Vlutlmo. CCorwnKt, O.,- Mtiroh 2B. James Mew4ier, 67. of Monvalk. was the eighth victim of tho gas tragedy at the Huron county Infirmary SituN day to dlo. His death ' occurred to dny. Philip Nountaohor, fifi, of Nor valk, died ymtcrrtny. James Thorpe, 02, tho oldest Vie tlm, w-ns tho last of tlHeo found tin-' ponsrl'uia to be revived. KUTINA WILL FICH1 STOVALL lOR BERTH i :mx Jos Kutlna. First Baseman Kutlna, Brown re cruit who got into so.eral gain-ia last fall, is an optimist. Ho saya he's going to.rna'te George Stovall, former Cleveland manager, fight for the first baling Job at St. Louts. CHICHESTER S PILLS iE-v .'IJIKlHAUOffl'HIUNM, A l7Ttt? l4lel AUi"irl-iul.ifof A trap, Xt.l vlib lllu lillcu. V TUo no olnr. Ilur fiii V ty,Viniu twN i' .ihJ )iwtknt.iu,lr i fei 1 W rinfl,hit SOlOBYOHtTiGlslStVIHVWHEKf -vX. MMstMu ii ja5K.W J W5 j ra --"- RECEPTION m MEMBERS Dr. Brackney Delivers Ad dress in M. E. Church at Prospect. LOCAL' OPTION ELECTION Said to be Outgrowth of Successful Revival Meet- . ings. V. V.. Sodcly of Pi-objtcrlan Cliiircli Planning to Kntertnln.lllftli ScIkkiI l'uplItf--Mr. ni)il Str. J. 1 Monro HtUorfaln ul SJv O'clock Dinner. "A Jr- tyProfticctr O., March 23-a'Jie, mem. uots&ifH ithji Mcthodl 'li'filscopal ciiyj-aji 'gaVq. ft receptlpnifft' 10"8 now mom-BprTifTjIl parlor,fijilhc church Wednesday 'oydnlng. T. Brackney, dlstrjctwsupprlntendcnt of tho Dda waro district ias present and made tho principal address of tho ovcnlng Uov. A. J. Cloro alBO made an inter oslnjr talk, ncfroshmonts were ecrv--ed In tho basomont of tho church. Tho serlos of revival moetlngs re cently held bv Uov. M. D. Damn gardnor, pastor of tho M. E. church nro gold to have been tho most In teresting and successful ever held in Proitpo'. ltev. Baumgardnor con ducted tho services nlono and ovor 1G0 mostly adults, were lod to tho altar, out of which 108 united with the Mejhodlst; church. Whllo tho rert united blMfvyturc. ( WOp ,ipcai qiuun eloctlon) in. rirospcet.'Undor tKolJIleal law Is W5 Jo) Jc h ,outgrov;i.ib fflH!ffivTf?ffi itmfrH if311"1!?1 ay evonlng and ac led by 122 qualiW JriijAtcrsio Bfotepoct, praying fojr A local option election under the Boa! law. Tho day set for tno election if April ,8. JO 12. j m jrny'rll Miss f;iaudio Paxton'of MaMon'T-a8 a gtiit at tho homd-of j.'W. lldghes over Suinjoy. (Mrs." fc. 1). Finley of liucyrlia vlfr Itcd with her brother lafo. P. Codr ding sovoral days lost, week. (Mr. W. J. Lowls Avnsallcd Jo Warj rcn, Ohio, Sunday -on account of thi death ot a rotative. j Itov. A. M. Chapln and daughter. Miss Adah, attended the great mis' slonary exposition, "Tho World In Cln clnintl," tho past week. Mr. Loon Capo of Clovolnnd, rpent Sundiy with his mother, Mrs. Cath. orlno Oauo. Mr. I. It. rhornnH and daughter,, Goldlo, roltirnod "Sunday from Dclplios where thoy attended tho runenu ot a ipJatlve. Tho C. K. society of the Presby- , terlun church Is pr-irarln"? to cn ti'rtaln tho high school pupils at tho church next Tuesday evonlng. Prof, J. H. Barkor Jios purrlnsed tho residence of Mrs. Holts on AWitcr stroet, through John It. Merchant, real ostntd ogoncy, (Mr. Harold Lust of Marion wits tho guest of his undo, Marcus Nclmeycr iinday, ' Mr. KihVard Mang, attorney, was, at Muiisllold soveiul days on business tho past week. w UIov, M. D. Baumghrdner spent sev eral dnyn last week with rolativcs al, CrestllnC, Ohio. - Mr. a"d Mrs. J. F. Moore entertain id nt six o'clock dlnntr on Saturday evonlng, Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Woltrlng, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fine-frock and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hocrlst, Mr. Pnul O. Itlchmond of Clevo lind spont Sunday at tho homo of Mr. nnd .Mrs. 13. II. Wottrlng. A son was born .to Mr, nnd Mrs, Hills Thomas, Friday. Mr. Thomas hns ohargo of tho C, D. & M. at Prospect. Mr. Martin Kuohnor visited with his parents at West Jofforson ovor Sun day. 'Mr. I3rncst Cox of Akron, spont Sun day with Ills pa routs, Mr. nnd Mrs. W L. Cox. iMrs. Louise Oast spont Inst Wed nesday with rolatlvcs In Marlon. Tho wear is dou'bled whoro tho wear comes in 'Boatty & Long's extra heavy ruhbors. 1 Great Contention. Washington, Mnrch 25. Iloarlngs on tho Underwood free sugar bill, to bo begun before tho sonnto flnanco.com mlttco Wednesday, nro regarded asjtho forrunnor of groat contention In tho senate whon the bill reaches that stago of consideration, nccordlng t statements of senators today. It Is tho general Impression that tho Republican majority of tho committee will report tho measare udverscly. In that event, action on tho Income tax excise Mil, designed by houso Demo crats as n rovenuo producer to off set tho losses which would bo sus tained In governmental Income, should tho sugar bill bo onacted, wilt not bo considered by the committee until the feenntc token final action on tho su gat bill. If It Is defeated, tho -ncomo tax will not lie considered. It' the sugar bill Is passed, the ylncome tax will bo put up to tho Henato. If the measuro should, rpach the floor a great tlebato is oxpectad on its constitutionality, MoYefl to eld "Kir&y 8 jw4 1 rent lore" rnom--T!featty As Lnn till price hoe ftor Drop In. R A PUSHING BACK The Rebels in Mexico and Have Begun a Campaign to Recapture Chihuahua. Battle at Escalon. (United Press Leased Wire.) Kl Paso, Tex., March 2J.- Heports today from rebel sources of tho fight ntnr Krcnlon, between inoro than 500 rebels nnd 1,200 federals, say lighting censed after dark last night and tho rebels under gonoral Balazor succeed ed In checking tho ndvnneo of the fed erals under General Trucy Anlicrt Tho retyols, according to the report, are making n supply base of Jlmlnez nnd tho federals arc expected to attack that town today.. HtUlrnuo that thb federal havo begun a campaign to wrest Clillumhua from GeneraJ Orozcu Is shown In tho reports of rnauy )(ed cipl troops In various parts of that state. In a Bklnnlsh near Pearson ycrf ttrday a body of federals routed a, de tachment and drove them Into Peursorj. At OJInaga Is a large federal forco and south of Jlmlncz Is reported mov ing north. Vllln, with 300 federals, Is reported In tho vicinity ot Parral. No report of tho dead and wounded In tho Escalon fight has been mado by cither side. Tho Juarez port Is again open to foodstuff, ns a result of tho protest mado by Ky Paso wholesalo morchants to the troasury department, and tho dnngcr of a famine in northorn Chi huahua is reported. Kllcs Notice... On account of tho donth of Brother Shaw tho Dlks' social, planned for Tuot'Jay, haabcen indefinitely poa'.l poned. , It Social Committee l. , . uVimESTHD FOItMUHDnn. Cleveland, March 2J. r- Wllholni Ehrkc.iiS; who three, months ag earfio from his native town Of Stettin', Prussia to Cleveland, Is i under arrest hero today charged with having HecJ from his wifo' and two children in Prussia, folldtvmg tho alleged murder of a f,r,Icnd, i ,11c was taken into cus. tody nt Ids b)aidln,g houso. Kirke lirofesspd Ignoranco of tho crime, but admitted that ho hai struck a man in Prussia. Ho has beer) employed ,by aJumbor company. Hq will bo turned ovor to tho Cincinnati authorities, wlp havo a warra'nt fo him. . i In ." 'nchurla there arc 13 telephone c::f :i.u t ttMW Fer Particulars CoasaH Agents B16 FOUR ROME VERY LOW ' Tickets to Arizona, British Northwest, California. Colorado, Idaho, Mexico, Ncvj Mexico, Montana, Nevada, Texas, Utah Wyoming and the Northwest on sale March 1st to April 15th inclusive. HOME SEEKERS Tickets en snlo to tho South, Southeast West, Southwest and Northwest the first and third Tuesdays of each month, r woaifl SCHOOL KXAMINATIONS. Tho school oxumlnors of Marlon county, Ohio, will 'moot for tho exam ination of 'teaehors at tho Cerl ral school building, Saturday, -April 0. May 4," ' Juno 1, Examinations coimnoneo at 8:00 a. m. and no application will bo received after 10 a. -m, All examinations Will bo written and poHitivoly no prlvato' examinations will ibo granted. (A feo of 50 conts will ho charged on admis sion V.o tho examination and 6aoh np lillcant will furnish an envelope, etampod and addressed to him or hor soir, In wIvTeh a cortlflcato or notice or falluro will ibo. forwarUod. Applicants will bo graded on a scalo of 100, No cortlllcato will "bp grantes; when tho fjrado In any'branth Is bofoiw 70. An avorago of 75 with a minimum of 70 secures a cejlllltafo for oho year, 85 with a minimum of 80 and Iwelvo months oxtporlPhco "soenrca a certlil cato Jor two jears. 00 with a min imum of 85 and twenty-four months' experience secures a certificate for threo years 05 with a imlnlmaim qf 00, nnd thirty-six months' experience secures a t-eil'lflcato for 5 yeartf, An average of 08 with a minimum of J5 ancj sixty wontha' oxporlenco secures a certificate for 8 years. Success In tha wohool rom will alto i).o. takert Jnt.- consideration In detof. mjrflhs tho olaa of certificate n. U. Dell, 'Prca, y av fojon Vltio Prhs. --19j AirliWrillhsein OlVric Matiriee Every Day f Sc The Columbia E5Z33&3&? I ' THE ROYAL m FRIDAY SPECIAL 4000 feet of film Special Orches'tra Don't miss'il b1 JtUsd ftiU" msssuviissmss&Mkiujt a IU7.VH far nntantil- fnlmiti. Mnnl "throuch U5 tulvertiiioil jwlthou- iWse. NanrL'itb of InventinflH ncfdodntict Kuulhln bujrBrs: '"HlntB to7lnrritor.''''Wmr eomo Inventors fall." Cook on patents. Send ua rouarh nkteh rtr nunlp! tnr flnrrh of Pfltent OITico rcconU nnd report on patentability. Special agents In COO cities nnd town. Mr. GrrIey whilo ActlnpCommliwIoncrof Patentxhiul fullchanreof y.H. l'ntentomcc. GKUKI.HY A MolNTJIlK, Vntoiit Attorneys. U'mliluuton. u. u. Railroad Time Table. Hocldng Vnlloy. North 7:38 a. m.; 10:05 a. m.; 4:05 p. m.; x6:10 p. m.; 11:15 p. m. South 5:55 a. ra.; 7:20 a. m.; 1:18 P. m.; 7:20 p. m.; 10:30 a. m. Dally excopt Sunday. zRuns to Marlon only. Erie. ,. Southwest 10:27 a, m.; 5:1& pBi; l:fXMi. v',)r".itI East 5:38 a. m.; 12:5t p. m.; Chicago & Iirlo. West 10:25 . fr.;? lL2;1)5 a. m.; 7:45 .w m.; x5:10 p.'rrl East 5:38 a. m.; x9:65 a. B;iPt Pv iV'" P. m. u fj n( 'Dolly except Sunday. m.: xRun to Marlon only. xltuns to Ohio City only. Pennsylvania. North-T-G:52 p m.; 12:2q p. m 66TrUi5-lOi30: dj nft; Ulinm mJ Dally excopt Sunday. Eastbound 8:00 a. m.: 9:20 a. m.: ISiSB'pN m.;7:s jJ.Hri.iiioHsW'ifa.; 5:37 p., m. WoBtbound 5M2a."m.; 9:55 a. m.j 10:25 a. m.; 1:55 p. m.; 7:13 p. m.; 3:1,0 p. m. , Dally except Sunday. C, D. & SI. Electric. Depart southbound 0, 7. 8, 9 and 11 a. m., 12 m., 1, , 4, 5, t, 7, 9 and 11 p. m. Arrive northbound x5:55 a. m.; 1:60, 2:55, 4:55, 6:50, 8:55, 8:55 and 10:65 p. m. Goes to Delaware only. xFrom Stratford only. Hourly aorvlco Sundays and vho!N day. ' a-avoq njrri mNt Kiccwo.njs.'rj . Northbound Cars leave Marlon for Suovrus At 6, 8,40 a., m.j Uftfi.i. tf,58 aWlO p. m. l 'J Virf Southbound Cars leave Bueyrui for Marlolitat 7:05. 9:2s1 anuliUWa. m., 1.. and 1:05, ,3:0E, 6:05, 7:10, 9105 ? Tr3Inrlv Wliw 'J'oii'iiUiit'ii(rft Afc a Veault ot tYjo checkeiJj'ttifr'i ha- menls which havo grown to such pop ularity among tho west fcido tfheckor exports, ittwaa decided Friday night, at tho Ilucyrus-Marlnn nin,tch, held in tho L,o.wor pharmacy on West Ccntor street (to Includo ShoWty in tho checkor league. Tho contest lost night nndcJi favor ably to tho locnlH who nlofoated tho llucyrua team or Ilvo 'players by tin points. . Mayor Gaynor says tho Judiciary la our poorest department. Hut perhaps he has overlooked tho possibility of Improvement slnco ho got off tho bench. tt.Vt & rnlATiicf TirlflTC t I California .4 "S1 s Washington Oregon t ; : and other western state i, At Very lew Rates via HOCKING VALLEY March 1 to April 15, I Inquire of Avent Hock i mg vauey By, for in. f ? - MM -- J - .' T . iprraauen. 4"tr"(4(4.444444 i, si kA --- U-nJiip,,,-.,iyMillf il- !