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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3r 1912.
i i i - ' PAGE FI1 o X A' IV - . r ;:. mil m-h-mh' hu-m-hi-m iinimiiniiin i.n U h IN SPRING QnJt&r-. gSMu xBw f lr O n. 3jr mVhfu JVlf I M fi i x .v-woi II tt.r j:l. cftv a BwyUHfcl-N - When you want new clothes displaying 'stylish lines and dis- frtfi.. tinctivo shaping, up ?Mfc to-date in every parti- aJ-C nnlnv 4-lio- 4-Vio AvtA we sell. Come and see how well you look in ff"l our new Spring pat- '"- toumi nrirl li nnon leiua uuu jiuw cftoj you can be fitted at our extremely low prices. STEEL FOUNDRY UNDER DISCUSSION Marion Club Members Meet Tuesday Evening. FOUNDRY GOOD INVESTMENT WILLIAM P. KELLY " Opposite the Boulevard. ' B94 W. Center St. Out of the High Rent District 'l-l-I-H"l"-I-I-I"M-I-I-!-l-H-H--H-T-H- t-1-I-M-l-l-I-I-I-t-l-H-HH-H-tHH-W-t' Committee Reports on an Inspection of the Chicago Plant. K U tlip Opinion of Chili TIiiii. n Hotter 1 IICC'II I'lVM'MlCll (II Mlll-tlllt EXTORTION OF WOOLENJARIFF Shown by Our Washington CorrespondentMore For Tariff Than For the Woolen Goods. PRESIDENT TAFT ED AS ; Abolition of Patronage and Civil Service Rgeulations to be Much Extended. slon ngentK woro put In the civil sor vlco list. More efllclent work Would hn fnllnlftfl Willi iwviimmlf!! I nl.lmttl. iHtrntlon, ho ald.lf the pout oC rc-1 litit celver at land offices bo nbollshod 'the city at thin time. They . ... . . .. ....... ..... ,...!.. ... ' niui 'inc rcKinicr Kiven uiuhc turner? in nddltlon to hla own, nnd put on the classified list. '1.nrRo expenditures ure mnilo for salaries of political nppolntoe.i In tlic Internal revenue- and ciiHtnmn Aorvlco," tho messogo continued. "In tooth, n direct savins In salaries! and an Indi rect economy through Increased of- The regular monthly meeting of the Mitt-Inn club was hold nt the club rooms Tuesday evening, nnd was un usunlly well attended, there helm? about one hundred members present. The committee on entertainment had expected to havo several out-of-town speakers present, who should address tho club on topics of Interest to them. woro unable to brlnfc the men to are ex pected nt tho next mooting. Tho customary business of the club wns transacted, nnd the reports of vnrlntm comnilttoos, submitted. The In dustrial committee made n report con cerning the McClujn .steel fnundrv which has lvon discussed at the last fW meqtlnRs of tho clubs'. O, .T. (United Pre. l,-ns1 Wire.) (Hy Cl.d(. II, Tiucnnei-.) Washington. Anrll .1. When n wo man pHrdhases io worth or woolen dress ffOp.iH H X" or thnt $10 rcprc" senlH tlm Vnlile of Hie good atvl the remaining V 1-s of the $10, the Member amount of the t.irirf. In rther words. . tihniitlt I -lie DUrc'il.mn bn in lull. In M 1 1 tr - opcwltlnn IliiJumt, Whoro there Is no tariff on woo'- (ns, thoWfuniin wouhl receive the enma rfmouni and fptollty of dress BOOM'S for $4. ST tiint she pays $10 for 4n this country. This" 's because, of tho I'uync-Ald- rlfh nd valor' m t irllT rote of 10." per cent. When the Democrats came Into power In the House of ttepresentatlvc- they, framed a bill which would re- ilnen tile tax on u-nntena (ipnvlv 40 I per edit.' The Senate passed a slm 'llnr bill. Treident Tuft vetoed th bill, which 'prevented chonpur and bet I ter woolens to American consumers. The Doittoerntl. majority of the House now presents the bill again. IPresldont Tufi will have less ev eiiso toVctp the bill thun bofore. He declared on the lirst obeaslon that a certain tnrllT board hntf not made It report, nnd that to permit n reduction bwagger Dhirts and i les $ For Easter Wear . 4 An espcfially intorosting display of Shirts for lOastcr. Included are the I'ninnus Manhattan Manhattan Shirts, the last word in Shirt making. J 'Phen wo have other high grade lines, reaching from 50c to $2.00. f THE SHIRT YOU WANT IS HERE AT THE i PRICE YOU WANT TO PAY. Cravats for Knstcr in dazzling assortment of i new colors, new styles. Nowhere will you find J such a gorgeous display. It will he a pleasure to j show wni. J x i Kjmr'w ? ! MACKEN& SMITH MARION'S BEST CLOTHING- STORE. :jm: A. A A A. IIM nnd .John Sehroeter, who were nppolnt- """ J of frhqjlntu.s initt ninko it Hath ftirMheLnolen ntanufacturc Impossible rors to "pro- .,. Wnshln's'ton, April 4, .Abolition ttho loatronaRo system ornpjolntcos n.i :ilrst 'and second olasn ipostjnnstors In jfho pension agencies, Jonrt' orilces, in- ' tcrnal rcvenua- JiivdJ ciwtphis' services, -."nnd transfer cft8Uhjpo(ltcal Jrflis "to the classliiecToiVO flervico list of the .RovernmenttMYna.thb JivVceplnt; rceom ' MnendaJtlon urce'd upon congress today .t)y President TaTt In a "second chap ter" mcBsafto on economy nnd ef ficiency. J, "In tho Interest of nn efllclent nnd oconomlcnl administration or the vast business of tho iroverimient," the prcsldpnt sutummed up, "I urgo ihe necessity for the Inauguration of tills ttnlmn'ortnnt roform, nnd recommend that tho necessary nmewdfmontB ho mndo to the Ioavh govorninf appoint ments, such amendments to take ef fect riot later than July 1, 1013, so jthat thcro may bo secured to t'ho peo. wplo the'benollts to bo derived from n Joonduct of their nffnlrs by orilcors selected oa ahnoi-rt'bhsls and dpvfotlns o'Uhelr tIni5tYifl' tnlents solely to the duties of their ofllccs. " "In my',ttphilon. each of 4rto fore fitting reconimfcrftlaUons, If netod on. Jwlll contrlhuto largely to Increased Efficiency. Directly nmJ 'Indirectly the 'rhanges proposed: will result In tho 3ivlntf of many millions of dollars. i J . Thl8'WUl leave .congress .WrBfdJtcriWtfhWlPfHo'rtmrfiilil IJtlUIJTyjeU.JJliuU bo .utilized to roduco taxation or to provide funds with TwhfchJtb 'extend activities already eur "f fled on nnd to onter on benellelal pro- I Jects which otherwise- could not bo 4 tindortaken, for; Itfck. offunO." in tho poarorilco department, tho Invostlgatlons iLsslon indicated iny enses two porsdhs woro paid for doing tho (work of one. "Ah aho annual oporatlng expenses of the, first nnd second class offices iijr grcgsto tho enormous sum or m'oro than $80,000,000." tho inemago snld. "undoubtedly If tho postmasters ot theso offlcos woro ombraon.1-' In tlio clnsalflcd sorvlco and required to do voto all their tlmo to tho public ser vice tho annual saving would amount to about $4,1100,000." A further similar saving, tho mes pago declared, would too effected by abolition of assistant tpogtmnsters, 'An hnntuil saving of nearly $02,000 would bo made, Taft asserted, If pon- tnfti' inftlr Vnl1,itinrmnli flolency, would follow a transfer oCi0(1 1)V tju cmnilttee to Inspect a slm- Tin) tariff board roport Jiurtlllo n Burn OUIUVH lo me iiassiueu servile. iir fnundrv nt Chen CO. B1IVP a retinrt .Inu-mVnrd revixlnn nt (So wnnlnn ....... ., rt . ... . ..I ' I -." .-.. ... ...V in ine ouier ueni ser ices, uic u-i nf ,i, ,.,.. pr in .i,,.,,!. Thev leeom- onlioilnln. Then ulnea Km tu-nlilnni j:., .;:.;"" .- .....,..,. .. "V':.V: .-i .. ... ;...... '"3 ::".": .... ......... . , f imenncu mo Hiiiiiiir- i" uio viuii nn , veioeii ,ino ioi mil tuera lias neon tldll Of the loenl oniCOrs 1inn n..ratnioiit u-nrlhv of Htrnnir sun- 'n ulrllin of the I, v.lln u-npl.-nra nl l.,i. port nnd as a paying proposition. The ( renee, Mnm., wiikh has revenlud lie (Ins)iectlon of the "CIiU-uko foundry In fond argument and beyon)l( contra- wluch nro mndo sewing machine ni-iuicunn unit np wnoiou trust mng tacliiuonts, castlnts for sell nnd - scats, radiator castings urnved most Interesting to ifir nnii Mr. Until who nro flrmlv Con- . and children In Vlnced thnt this Is tlic Investment Mr Marlon business men to make. V. A. Mc('iilii of Chicago, and llrynn Hare TWENTY GIRLS BEATEN Willi Clubs by Brutal Police of Passaic, New Jersey Ex hibit Bruised Heads and Arms. Intra .which would result from' thoj, olnsfslflc dcr thQMlopnrtmentH Is not its marked but tllore Is no doubt-thnt substantial saving would rollowf.' It Is .ntft to be doubtod that where, no enVfn'ft nyould result, the tliisslllcu-j .... ...At.. . ... .....' ..jiri lion, wouui iiicrcnso tno empionej j in. thq service. It woui X bo desirable hlso to place nil marshals, deputy manhhls and nMlslant nttornoys In tho classi fied service, nlthongh but little di rect economy would result." machine nt- tflctlhn tluit the woolen trust mng- lwocn u,(' K"'1 "l school desks-' i.titcs-havo been rooting nnd chontlng l"rM Kiwrdin? tin Stings, etc.. Itho-publtf nil the tlnioi Thostrike 0f,1'',r",nnn & 1Il,r Mr. Sclin.e- life $C, $7 and $t a w'eoU niem'wonienl Tn" c,nBn twcm iu mo iJumuiucu tiuf president declared that of thdJWdnfimS' 'coihniLs; T that'ln many cases two Other officers urgcil for the civil " i iner r.amuii.j. uiu uh- u.e,i ..u sorvlco woro ittenmboat lusiieetorr.made tlio proposition to the eluh. and Held agents of tho bureau or IWi- .The IndustKil cimimlttco of the club upIph , 'lncludeH: J. V. Jones, John I l.ust. Other reforms In the Intorost of(C. C. i'lsiier. Clurles Hchnffner. W. T ocononiy urged In the messnj;o were: Jones. Juslnh lllndley and II. A. Consolidation or the .lighthouse and Aekerman. A body of men more rep-life-savlng services; ertlmnted wivln resentallve of tho business Interest of annually $100,000. .. Marion could not easily be round. Consolidation of the revenue cut- They have taken the matter of the (United Press I.ensed Wlre.l 1'nsmile. N. J.. April 3. Twenty Klrl mill woikers were beaten with police claim by special oflleors In n flu Hit le- tween the Kill strikers nnd the onl ine CVarllohl ml" of rfman today. urrwl when fifty girls tho woolen mills accompanied by a few men started brought to IIrIu tho fact Hint while to rolleve the plckots who were on tlio mill owners bnvo boon declaring duty. As they nppronched tlo gate they woro "pi-oieetlng" their workers they spoke to svor.il strike-breakers with full wanes and decent working who were bound for tlio mill, urging conditions, ' they bnvo been pnylr.g them not to go buck to woik. (Jut them fltorvn i inn wages nnd treating ol the w.ite came SO sKclal deputies them almost like animals. I sworn In to uard the mills. The de- Tho Inst Use hui heun Imockod from putles ordered the girls to move on. under tlio wool jnx argument, nnd Sonio did tnrt nwny but. tho bulk of I'rosldont Taft has no e.vcums left to nrlkars did not move rust enough for explain' a veto of tho Democratic tlio duputtos, nnd with dniwn clubs downwniij tevlrlnii iwool bill. 'The they charged Into tho ciowd of girls, president vetoed tho Mm wool "bill, airls who weio In the Hiund of pick not for the wcli.irv of either con-l.ts deelarod Hint they, worn beaten ter WVv"fe, U'ft,,pW-flarl '&$w"?m Vn-'JIS "Sgr"? uimow or wooba mill workers, but at , llt s Kl.e -j.r nlng. AVIt- Cl?M0,itV ' mJL ,V Irn lfflM,,VJ,'HCffln ' &Sl t,,hi; i5 "" ll'c hyhest of the .mllMonalro woSlch f Tnssert that grlla Wert, elubu-d qAriWbt ntf UnJlaudTtlngWnm,,,,, rfAaShaitonfflH or SWrlUn. iim mist VI,0 tthll v0lUr,buted to Ills S thTh -Id" arm" ami shoulders. (ofaovijrnRwi oflleers;.; t. WT V.'.nAl u t& InformnlrprH-'esoro , j(i,,r,j,U.rgtam, ; '"1 11 11. at ho " 'lui '.- Sfinplin'-fitiin of correspondence 'iii..,,..,! ,,v t)enl twUK tlie Mielal ,' lhu Kills di-t-iaroit Hint no was juiup- fillfe syMoms. -Wi'Hy? Tti r fflUhUiriSbd the clo & "' ,,,,st l'ook "' 'nxM Conmimoiw rri' '"l ',y ,.I,,'U "i rfloup,J,oUcmen "n( offlco for ma'ft...lKQlnPhlftJclV'V , J JmeRhg. .fftcfreshmentcre Ik-lug .Made the Cioat Again. ! ' '' ' B,rl" , '""J nents; estimated unnual saving $242.- '..., .,(1 ., H111,,.r j0yod. Anyono iv!m thinks -thoso mllUpV- cct'edsl In i-scaplng from tno spectal arresitiu. 000. Simplification pf thii esllmntlngy.v tin l'ortnpr.roprlfttl.'iit ifsTtTnaW-AiV- Ing $45,000 annually. . Tnift also asked Tor $2.0.000 addi tional appropriation Tor tht wonony cummldlou. , DELAWiARE WiOMAN, ..;-,, . IS FATALLY ILL THOMPSON MAY BECOME PRESIDENT Centennial Coiiiiiilhlon to Tomorrow. ()raiile 1, l..tlMlMTwTwt.tl.t. 1-nTrrrr Tr WHERE CRSH TALKS 25 lbs. Avbiicliles fiugnf $1.18 Kxtrn gootl Urooms ...... :tlo 1-2 lb. Illack rcnnei- Wo 4- 1-1 111. (o Ten Htc 2 Xo. 1 Ijiunp ClilinneyK . . rc J. (I Cans K. I). Millie UIH 2 Cam Salmon 25o :t boxes Seeded Itimlus .... :!0o J. (i 'lVasMons anil 1 Corn I'lnkn Uio 1 box Mate-lies ami 1 Corn- Sturcli 10f 0. Grossglaus rhono 088, Mnrlon, Ohio, f 005 W. Columbia St. -H-ri"lll -1 -1 -I -1 -1 -1 ' ' "I "1 "1 "1 "1 "1 Ml "1 1 f neorgnnizntlon yt tho Ohln-Cnlmu-bus Contennlal commission will bo ef fected at a mooting called Tor tomor row nftornoon whon Dr. AV. O. Thomp son will tnko tho placo made vacant by the resignation of Dr. J. F. Jones. Humor has It there I.s a strong ipossl- bulty that the president ot tho uni versity, .who Is also president of tho Midland Mutual iLiro Insurance com pany, which Is ropresonted hero 'by General Manager Charles A. .Schaad, may beeomo president or tho Ohio- Columbus Centennial commission. 4 I Your neighbor Is using Clover Leaf tlour with great auccesi. tu-th-iat-tf Amundsen nt riyiliioy. Sydney. M. a. '.. April 2. Captain Amundsen, tho noted explorer and ills covorer of tho south ipole. arrived here today. Ho was given a lienrty wob come, Mrs Jc-slo .May llenklo Is Completely I'aralj'i'il, Mnrlon relntlvQS or Mrs. Jewlo Miiy ' Henklo. or Dplnwaro, aVoi'o called to Hint city today by tho Uinta or Mrs llenklo who Is not oxpoxstad to live through tbo night. About two .weekn ngo, Mrs. Ilonkle gave birth tn a daughter, and hns been In a critical stnto of hooith over since. A few days ago, the 12-yoor-old son &.' .Mrs. Ilonkle. fired off a re volver In th houso, tho bullot whist lng close by Miss rinchman,hls moth er's nurse. Tho oceurronc'o so nlnrm ea nnd angered tho slek' woman that bho spring from her bed to punish her son. A violent ipiarrel then unsued between the boy and ills mother, nnd ns a result of the exertion, -.Mrs, llen klo ibecun completely parnlyzud, She lias been confined to her 'bod, uueon nclou almost ever alnce and her danth hns Oieen momentarily expocted. Iter condition was reported this afternoon nil-., tvnnlntl Irlw, ikiiii lr.u .. t T hT.i-. IIOI COIUCII. HID liniian WHS lonee. M.Uinie iiicr.iiislng the .sal- At pollen heiubpmrUrs the strike lend-i.rlM'or'tJfiJfr-'nK-ii. ron.en and chill crs claim his wounds' were dressed uren mill -workout niunf Hie cnei-. and with head and arms swatbed in u-l y or tlielr licirts anl out or their, I Windages ho was hurried -out ot town, own l.iokobooks nro mistaken. They. The police told tlio strlkwrs that the are makings tho American people pay initn had been taken ty HatkeiiBack. not only theiinount or the Ituroasedl The girls hurried 'buck to strike wages, ltt(oyory penny of the ex- hoadquarters nnd there exhibited penso of tliij long strike. I bruised heads and arms as tokens of "Hie poU'pla 'sympathized with tho! their encounter with the police. "With itrlkers," "bt'fTit'-slojtan of tho inllljtlils one exception the duy iris been owners, "now lot them slioulilor llm absolutely nulet about the mills. expense, llefore any wnge.s were Ineronsed, The Horis strike iendei-s. It. Klnstoln, of among them the I. V. W.. the woolen trust magnntos, iwho havo declared that tho police attacked the girls without tlio sdlghtost justllloa tlon as a delllMnita attempt to preel pltnto lolenue . Tlio strike lenders nay lhe havo, been preaching peaceful methods. been making profits of from 0 to per cent, on their Investment, decided to advance tlio cost of clothing. Ami as a matter of faot, tho consumers bo gan to actually pay 'Incroased prices lor woolens and cottons In atit'ieiatlou of tho Increased wngos to be paid by the woolon trust, before the un iiiiiinceinent of tho Increased wages was mii'le public. Coi-on prints, calicoes nnd the llko iinve risen in. prlco at wholesale In Nbw York city a quarter or a cent in I he last ten days, mid mill agouti pro did the Increases 'will rouch 2 cents a yard. This will mako a differoiico of C rents la an apron, and -' cents In tho luniciu lie's dress. Mens clothing U - Unclaimed Letters it A : :e J: '! Unclaimed mall Tuesday, April 2. 191:'. Men Mlk,, Alt-I, Frank Axeman, H. P. Iirown, J. It. Hi-ewor, K. t. Hick ford, Amos Horry, II. IT. Hell, A. O. BnokwaMer, O. I. Ilorger, floannl Tolclil, Dangolo I'illlppo, John dreen, John N. Hummel. It. 11. Illghlnnd, n. $ Artists.' Materials J 2. i ' . : I' The Spring Line Of Pictures x ready and ! k :-.is,now ,, display; also on I -PICTURE MOULD- rnvrnc! i fiWAT. . xii wo aiiu j v xxxj - t t :? FRAMES. ltcmovnl Notice. Wo lmvq moved our shop from for mer location to 130 N. Stato St. l'hono 271. Peacock Ilros., iPlumbcrs. 3-27-Ot TUGBERCULOSIS CAUSES DEATH ns being very low and all her tehuives fi0, ,ui u(l womon. aml vhlldroirs! s- IInl"' F- Jon"". ' - Kenter, J, II. havo boon ninimonw) to Dolawnro. w00en dross goodu uro declnrnl to be onK AVbort I.ndil, W. M. McUdand, It will be remombored that iMrs.l Nl m ao Tlllu jcl.0UheSt t H osti- J- 1 MeClelln. CJoorgo V. .McKinney. llenklo was accused of poisoning hor slop-doughtor, Mlsallerlo llenkle. last .Tune. Miss Honkle Is now training for the profession of nurip at one of tho CoKimbus hospitals .Tcnlniisy and .Muiilcr. Chicago, April 3. Pronssled with muted, will bring approximately $12, 000,000 Into the colTors of the woolen trust within a year. Thus nn accom modatliiir public will bear the com ot the strike and 'Increase. In wages. The men who work such gamos ns this on both public and employees .... iini (i iiniiiiriii tt n ii iti iwp 'i-iiiiv jealousy hecauso tho Nvoman lio lov-!""' V" Ich men ho'oivn ? .. l1". -Jiu." "'"",' """. . .,.;"J con. ol tl.tr majority of the stock of .. aSi; ;S--.;;,r- j. js-- v ;,.-, ihi.t iv. ..."...., ... ."l,.r , sni ,ftl,,nrls or Sjhedlllo Mix. Ilai'liyk llyeix TiiPMlny. Pauses Away 3?ine Picture Framing a Specialty. Mrs, Mary ltosolla Ilyors.. wlfo of IlncJey nyoi-s, died nt lier lioipo on Knst aeorgo atreot. Tuesday afternoon, nt 2:00 o'clock. A prolonged lllnoss of tuberculosis was tlio causo of Mrs. Dyers' death. Bh.o wns born In Itomo City, Indlnnn. Novpmber 8, 18S0, mid wns tho daugh- to of Mr. and Mrs. Hansom Agurd. Rovpral years ngo she nH united In mnrrlago to Mr. ttyers, who with a llltln dnnghtor aged four, survives. Tlio motlier of tlio deceased, Is nlso living, nnd wns at her daughter's bed sldo at tho tlmo of Hor death. Funeral services will bo bold Thurs day afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock at tho homo, conducted by Itov. J. W. Miles. Interment will bo mndo in Mnrlon cemetery. weeks had gono to work, nnd cut the woman's throat killing her Instnntly. Pair wns discovered by Mrs. Shaw's 13-year-old daughter, who ran from tlio house screaming for tho police. Car rthon drew the libido across his own throat. Ho wus taken to a hos pltnl dying. Of 4ho 812 vessels with n tonnage of 2,034. C30 built at Ilrltlsh shipyards Inst year, practically nil woro of stool, and 09 per cont. ef the tonnage con sisted or steam craft. Chas.L.Murphey' i 218 West Center Street t 4. t I'!'- fiei-innny'H Aerial rieot, Uorlln, April 3. To onaUdo ncr mnny to keep paco with Franco In tho development of noronnutlcs, tho Qerirtan aeronautical union todnv opened n subucrlptlon list to provide nM n nnflinnl nAl-lnl (IaaI nVin flinil tut .,,.w,.... w..... ..vv., ...- itIll Ia iibiirt In liilll.l n lintWlinv nf j. Zeppolla dlrlsiblos and aeroplanes. -- NYAL'S Corn Gupc GupcsCopns Schmidt Says So. SCIIDT 4 CO. Drug Store K Again tho query Mow long nro 92, 000,000 American citizens going to otnnil for a wool tarilT which taxea them outrageously on oory iitltch of cf.ihlii3T they uso, morely In order that u few greedy woolen trust ning miles may ho tlll further enriched? j)o-crs Actho in Wiixliliigliiu. Drug makors nnd druggists' agontH appeared boforo tho pure food board In Washington nnd nskod for permis sion In certain cumin to 'take tho ikull and cross bonos sign oft bottles con ta'inliig poisonous proiiaratlons. "With !j.'tho donth's head lahol off the bottle, tlio druggists might do more business. Imagine tho uhagrln of the idopora ! when In tho midst of their argument in walked Dr. Jlnrvey . Wiley, who 4 icslgned from tho public sorvlco bo- cause his oil osltlon 'to tho doping of V ,.. .....a i.t, l.i ot.miittitl. ir it.llli llin Tn ft administration. "When Dr. Wiley Y nlludod to tho petitioners us "dopers" 2 it looked like a froo for all light. When objection wns mado to the uso of the S1 epithet, "dopera," Dr. Wiley consonted a to withdraw tliat term if lie coulJ nub- stltute "nianiifaoturoj-B or )laon" in X Its place Tho aiolson manufacturers angrily demanded to know whom Dr. Wiley represented nnywny, and ho replied: "One American citlzon, and I expcn :o he hero often " J. McCoy. Amos Millor.- Oeorgo W Xowhall. J. V. Oiiliorn, tW. II. Poster, Hay Price, John Rakalerm, 11. J. Sohumnkor, P. A. Todd euro W, A Todd, Itov. P. IC. Umbarger and Jacob rtaiuh. Women Mrs. fieorgo AUensworth, Viola Arnold. Lolla Atkinson. Mrs. Ilnrry Ilium, care Port Jnmot., Mrs. Ilnrley Huuni, Josle iDeltrlc-k, 'Mrs, Iydla Cilles, Flossie Onlnner, Liddle lloovei', LMrs. John Jl'iincock, .Mrs Mnry Jonos, Mrs. Helen Jennings, Mrs, Kiln I-ngnn, Mr. AV. II. MeOufi fey, Mrs. A. lassie, Mrs. Ullcn Meloy, Vlcla Myers, Uiura Platman, Delia Itussel, .Mrs. Philip :Snders, Blanch Shanp, Nancy J. tfhnewnltor, Mrs. Will KlalK'or, Kato Stevansnn, Mrs. Eh a .Sutton, Mrs. Mary A. Wortz, Joiiny lillen Young, flss I.uclle Oury. Vlniis King Pros. Implrment Mfg Co. I'ori'igu I,. H. f.nepllnk. Olo An tovlnn, Antonio Illlo, Antonio Mar. rnlo. Mtlltolo Pletro, Donionleo Ttlc clai'do. Notice Whon onlllng, gny thnt mall was advertised. M. 11. Dlckerson. P. M. Missouri Klci-tlnus. .KntiwiB City, Mn April 3. Com plete returns today from 215 cities In Missouri (holding' municipal oloctlnns yustonlay show that 1 1 Democratic, seven Heunfbllcan, and four non-partisan mayors were elected. Tbo Damn ariits swept Kansas city, electing IT. U Jost mayor, nil other Important officials, and a majnt tv of aldermen, ltocmnclt (iieeted llt Uuutliigioii. Huntington. W V i April 3 a big roar plntfor m.iudlenco greetol Ool QOOl Uoosovelt here today on his Hiienklug trln through est Vlrslnla and Kentucky At Charleston be was met by a crow i ''00 ljo made no Ladies l-Lbbers 30 cents and up at i-ooch but sh'ok bauds with nil he Ilcntty & Lone'a, It could reach. sTa-tii w r zr ? v ' rri. js v- jt ii.v t- u Mi t 7 M7- t I III Ii li i IPiri til1 imp J L v5" fefe. b fev- r 1 -1 I ' .Lis- I J'-kl3k( ?3.5-? to ?5S8 VM s ' ) JufflLADY may once again blossom forth in dainty and attractive Spring attire. Appropriate footwear necessary to suit the occasion. Just the correct designs to harmonize with the prevailing dress creations, here in "Dorothy Dodd's." Smart Pump and Oxford patterns in pro fusion in all the newer materials. Beatty &'Long 129 W. Center St. SAITER'S TIN SHOP LADIES' DAY THE EASTER HAT IS NECESSARY COURSE, AND SO IS THE OP Kitchenette Dishwasher lllllll :p&3Pr No moro drudgery in ie kftchen, DISHWASHING made a pleasure by this new method. Au tomatically washes and dries your dishes, glasses and silver ware in THREE MIN UTES. Demonstra tors will gladly show how easy it is. Thq Success Mop Wringer Is uuolliei- llllln al'tlolo of Ilitiin-In alii( to the hiwy lioio-oulfc. I "its on any huol.ct, not uccisary to touch .loin hand-, to I lie water or mop. No stooping or Mopping of uiitor. Try one, save tlmo nnd jour back. PRICE 25 CENTS SUCCESS' norwtiNtti lheijllilng to lielp jo" 1IOU-.0 work, tit In jour Will MWi The Saiter Tin Shop The Only Exclusive Stove Store in tho City. 131 South Main Street. w It 101 m m