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IJPVT T. T-r,f f&r rritm ' ' ''"WWW!11 x' -i" irri THE MABION DAILY JCtRftOR, THURSDAY APiltIL 4, 1912, PAGE THREE 4 l wmmiiinKi feti MARX BROS. & HESS. The Store That Makes Good NEW SHIRTS Not one, Imt several incn Iinvi tulit nt (lieso plilris fit ns though i t'listom-mmlc. They ni'o hi row! stjlos with plentst nnil soft, linsnniq, ! On (Ts nttiu'lied. Tlieif Prices are $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. 4HMM - I - IMMM - l - l"l - H - H"H - M We will please you. LEFFLER & BLAND N. High St. Phone 43 I MaBRXaM3E3WS5iMS3SSfl8Zi!a THE HALLET AND DAVIS Recognized ns tlio highest Krndo ))lauo sold In iMnrlou, Tlili piano Is Mlil to you ilh-cct by us hnlng middle profits. DOWLER BROS. Solo Agents Eatt Church. New IiicorporiitloiiH. (Columbus, O., April 3. Nw Im-or-loratlons: Tho Allport"HUlldlng & Iiind enm ipnny, Clevulnnd, $20,000; J. K. All port and others.. Tho OHIo Machine & Ilnlor com pany, Cleveland, increase po.ooo to $00,000. Tho Jobborn.Co-Oporntlvo company, riuvejand, J1.000; JoHophNIIdy and JOtjllTM. Tho Cleveland. Poultry Jlreodors' nssoclntlon, Cleveland, 1!,000 D. II. Hopkins and othcra Tho Now Foundation Loan & Build ing company. Cincinnati, Increase jnoo.ooo to $7CO,000. Tho Ohio Cruclblo Htoel company, Cleveland, name changed to tho At las Steel Foundry company. Tho Cincinnati Pulley Machinery company, Cincinnati, Increase V-G,-000 to J7C.O0O,' Tho D. C. Manufacturing company, Canton. Increase $75,000 to $100,000. Tho Whlttlo-Mllos Coal & Ico f'om iwny, Cleveland, name changed to tho Whlttlo-Mllcs Coal company. ITALIAN DELEGATE 1 TO M. E. CONFERENCE - MUs Italia Qarlbaldl. ' .When tho Methodist general con i forenco opens la Minneapolis, ono 1 delegate will rcoolvo uusuali honor, i hpth because of whdt sho has dono and' bocauso of, her grandfather, who was hdno other than tho famous I Garibaldi, "liberator" of Italy. Miss Italia Qarlbaldl will address tho conforenco -In ,JSngllBh, which lan guage, aha speaks fluently. Sho Is now In tho United Mates na a del egate to tin conforenco. - a..-..-. -- Btato of Ohio! City of Toledo, Lucas County, bs: , Frank J, Choncy; makes oath that .ho is senior 'partner- of tlio firm af F. J. Ohenoy & COj, dolnjf busliiMw-in tlio vi iv oi uxiiLiu'o. county nnd wti inroro. uild. and lilm.b baIi! tlrin m-111 imv thn BUinor,ONM IIUINDJIUP UOUiAlllH tor cavsh nnd ovory cno Knf Catarrh that cannot bo ctirCdby tho uso of aiall's Catarrh Cure: FUAiNK J. OlH-iNKY. Sworn to uoforo no and Hubscrlbod dn jnw prosonotr. this Cth day of 13o cembor, A. 15., J880. ,(8eal) A. W. OLUAKOuV. Notary Pu'bllo. drall's Oatarrh Cure, la taken Inter nally, and acta directly on tho blood nnd mucous aunfuca tt tho system. Mend tor toatlmpnlubriroo. V- itall's HWinljf Pllla tlPHtion. . . . for con- I f I l 0I oal 1 Give us a call ,Wg HP I " hi I II M 1 1 1 m n i m t i i m i m H-f - 1"lirt"I - lH"i - r - HHH - HHHH - H ODDS AND ENDS OF WORLD'S WORK And Also its Troubles Gath ered up For Those Who Are Interested in the Odd Jobs. (United Vrein Leased Wiro.) Wilson Men Sleet. Kenton. 'iO., lAprll 3. Progrcsslvo Domcornts of tlte eighth congressional district met hero this afternoon to solcet Wilson candidates for dologates to itlio national convention and mako plans for a campaign to elect them W. W. DuH)ln, secretary of tlio Ohio Domocratlo Progressive lcaguo will (probably bo one of tho Wllrfon candi dates. , Tho Harmon mon nt a mcotlnK In Vrbnna last night selected - J. CI. Knowlos, of Dolawnre, and H. W. Urown, of Flndlajvas Harmon candi dates. .Murdered Fntlier. 1-os Angeles, Calif., April 3. Con fessing that they murdered their own father, dcorgo Yancs, In order to rob him, Hoy and iFrank Ynncs, ned 13 ami 15, respectively, are locked uip In tho county Jail today. The lads evi dently did not rcallzo tho enormity of tholrcrlmo when they glibly recited lUi details to tho police. They said they agreed yesterday morning to slay their parent when ho returned from hla iwork nnd they con cealed themselves 6t tho :do of tho road near their ihomo at Conrpton. Frank fired a shot from a Tovolvor, In flicting a mortal wound. Tho lads said they then wont through the body nnd took $5.85 from tho ipockets. A'fter their father died tho boys loaded his body on a mud sled nnd took It home. They told tholr mother 'that an enemy had slain tho man. .Suhmcrgil Tracks, Pittsburgh. IPn April 3. Although tho Baltimore & Ohio rnllroad trnckn on tho north sldo wero submerged early today 'predictions JuHt boforu noon were that tho river stugo would not go above 20 foot, tho crest of the Hood to come. Into this afternoon. During tho morning tho river atnge was hovering 10 feet nnd slowly ris ing. An Old Wooden Dam. Harrlsburg, Pa., April .1. Kvory iprocnutlon has been taken to -prevent a repetition of tho Austin dam liorror following tho report thnt the old wooden dam of tho ainylehs Paper company, a short distance above tlio slto of tho concrcto dnm which caused last year's disaster wis rising accord ing to a tolegnam rocolved from Georgo C. Unylosn by the stnto water supply commission today. The commission wired Unylesa to take precautions Immediately upon tho roeefr't or tho roport that the wooden dam wns threhtonlnir to break, Baylesa ronllcd that a watchman hnd been placed about tho dam and mat sur llolent precuution was bolng taken to -prevent a Hood disaster. The volume of water behind the dam in estimates nt 75,000,000 gallons. To Inko Slllltla AMillahle. AVnshinRt'on, April 3.- Following tho recent decision that tho stnto mllltla could not bo vised ns an Invading -foreo by tho government should It deoldo to Intervcno In Mexico, Attorney Qener.il Wicker-sham, who gave tho opinion, has framed a bill which will make such action possible, It passed by con gress, It wtas learned today. Tho bill will bo forwarded to con gress with Prusldont Taffs recom mendation that that body give It im mediate consideration. It provides n change in tho military law, maklns stttte- organizations effective ns nil In vading force instead of only a defen sive IbaJy ns under tho present law. Masked UundllH Kill. Tlostov on tho 'Don, lunula, Alprll 3. Hn a sensational raid on a restaurant in the retail suction today, ten mnskod vtr.n.utn killed tho nronrlotor, his Mfthler nnd two waiters, robbed tho wifo. tho -dead -men- and a number of customers and escaped ibeforo tho po lice arrived. Tho men entered the restaurant during tho meal hour ond whllo throe .polntod rovolvors at tho nronrlotor and cashier, the other men- aced tho customers with tholr pistols Tho proprietor and cashier roslstod and wero shot dead. Tho robbers went behind tho countor and whllo they wore rifling tho cash box? nnd safe, two waiters ruahod from the kitchen to give battlo to tho thlovca lint were shot dead, Hreneli of Promise, Clcvolnnd, O., April 3. iMIrs Agnei FlUmaurlpo. 25, sajd to .bo tho "pret tiest girl in Dayton," asked Common Pleas court today, to allow 'her $5,000 damages from Onrrott O'Connor, wUgon manufacturer of Cleveland, for niiniroii broach of promise Bho Jllod another suit against Cor 'nelius O'Connor, Garrett's brother, nnd his wlfo, Norn, for $5,000 damages, flho hlnmea them with Influencing Garrett to break his ipromlse. ' iMIsa Fitzniaurlco claims sho met O'Connor at tho homo of his brother July 4, 101.1. flho was Introduced 'by Hior sister-in-law. Ho proponed to her, fiho says, July S, sho says, ho gave her un en. Kagumcnt ring. Jntor, she claims, lie nslfed her for tho ring, oxplalnlng ho wnntod to show It to ills brother. Tho ring was not roturnod.sho alleges. . O'Connor's nuirrlrBo to Miss Bridqo ITnnoy. UuEhtor of Patrick HVawy, 'Ftbruury 11, ended all (Miss Fits ltlaur,tt0.(( pr'onarhtloinJ fot hor wed Idlhff. Nichols on llonnl Dixie. Pensaooin, ttfla., Aiprll 3r Wireless despatches from tho United States cruiser, Dixie, received at tho local naval station, say that tho records of 'ho vessel phow tlnt Beth Nichols, the former member of tlio crow who claims to have killed Dr. Helune Knabo, In Indianapolis, did not tell the truth. Tho records show that on the day of tho murder Nichols was on bonno. the. Dixie' nnd that ho did not have shorn leavo on Ootdbor 23 or 2 1 Tlio VCrinllyn Case. ' iChlcnpo, April' 3. Duclnrlng that thn stnto 'has charged her with oii- crlmo-nnd Is now trying to prove nn other, "or a half Iozen others," Attor ney Joseph nurres today objeoted be roro Judgo Sullivan to the introduc tion of any evidence In tho trial of Mrs. Ixiulse Vermllya, tending to show tho causa of the death of Arthur Ills tfonette. Mrs. Vermllya wnrf originally charged with poisoning 'Hlsonuette, but that Indictment was KltsmlsMcd and ono for tho -murder -of Hlchnrd T .Smith, substituted. "Tho stnto hns proved nothing n rII," suld tho lawyer, "It now seeks to gather In all the wnndnl, goslp and muck that a certain local ik-uh-ipnper rnoked U? In an effort to bolster up n blood-curdling sensation born In tho -brain of ono of its reporters and of which this woman In tho victim " Tho attorney thon announced, that unless tho stnto had further ovlclenrt to offer against Mrs. Vermllya In con nection with tho death of Hmltli, he would ask a dlsmlssnl of the case, "This wholo pepper box story Is a Joke. It Is nonsonsc to hold this wo man a prlsonor longer. There would have been no trial and this woman wculd not havo spent months nt death's door In n Jail hoepltnl were It not for tho consclonceles demand) of this nowspdpT for a victim to suiifiort Its scandalmonger story of blood," con cluded tho limvyor. Mrs. Vermllya rrom her Invalid's chair In tho courtroom smiled assent to tho charges of her lawyer. I.nboi' Unions nnil Women. Washington, April 3. "When tho labor unions and tho women got through running this congress there will not Ibo a shred of the constitu tion loft," was tho angry denunciation hurled iby Sunutor Halloy of Texas this afternoon at a bill designed to curb phossy-Jaiw" dlsoaso among match workors by penalizing the use of white phosphorus In matulv nianufnutiire. The bill heavily taxes such lighters. Halloy sold It wus usurpation of the state pollco powers. Mrs. Xleodenuis Cum". Now York, April 3. "As Obd Is my Judgo I did not mean to kill him and I would give my llfo now to bring him back," shrieked Mrs. Conevleve NIcudeniUH today In tho crowded courtroom where sho is lighting to save hersoir from tho electric vhulr for tho murdor of her husband. And whllo sho wept and tore her hair, tho Jurors moved uneasily In tnuir cuuirs. .Men and women wept With tho girl .wjfo, wluvallegoa. that her husband's i (Torts to drive her on tlio streets u cam mnmy for lilin drove 'tier Insane. The demised .woman Went over uguln iiiirch of tho ground sho covered In Jior testimony of (Monday Insisting Hint from tho day slit, married the Aniar- Icnnlzod Itallun known ns the "dandy of tho block," he neat and abused her. Captured ,Mnatl:iu. -Mexico City, April 3. Word was rocolved hero today that thu rtfbuls "iiavo captured the port of Muzut- lan, ono of tho most Important points on tho J'aelllc coast. This gives thorn a port of entry that does not cipon on United Bla'tes territory through which they expect to seouro supplies to carry on thel rctnnpalgn against Torreon and MoMco City. rrh0 social defense league, a pow erful political organization, has pre sented a demand to congress thnt VIco President Jose Pino Sunrcz ro slcn. Congress .plans to Wlpo out a dollclt of $111,174,000 In tho treasury 'by raising of tho tax. on cruuo on, alcoholic drinks, tobacco and tho lot tery, f Timolalnnnl President 1)0 i-iiiiuur I. r.a U.irra Is expected to arrive troin rjuropo at Vera Cruz tomorrow. Hx- nuron prcsslou from him ns to his sympa thles Is eagerly awnucu uy sides. hoth To Ovcr'rlrte Jtoferendum. London. April 3.-Sntlslled that tho resnlt of tho referendum on cnuing ho strike will 1 against returning to work tho oxecutlvo committee of tho minors' union today prepared to ovor rldo tho mandnte of tho men. Helleving tliut tho existence of the union win be threatened should the strike go frm i-. -4 . Joy AND SICKNESS DON'T CHUM TO BE HAPPY KEEP WELL USE ONLY DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY TO CURE COUGHS AND COLDS WHOOPING COUGH AND ALL DISEASES OF THROAT AND LUNGS SOLD AND Tschtineu & Bros. ARKANSAS SENATOR! OUT FOR GOVERNOR Connreuman J. T. Robinson. Arkansas. Ono of tho candidates for Govern or of Arkansas is tho present con gressman, J. T. Robinson, who has mado a namo for. himself In tho halts of congress. In tto recent primaries ho defeated , thot.prcscnt Oovcrnor, Mr. Dnnaghoy, showing a consider able strength with tho people en tho committee wos iil.innlng to confer this nftornoon on a plan to disregard tho referendum and order the men back to work This action wouM be w.u received In Wales, whoro tho tc fur resump tion Is about 4' to 1 end In piirts.of Scotland. In Kngland, wlu-i.. the min ers oppose going' baci tu uork until the commltteo nutliOrlz, l by the now Ipw gets down to Work in, fixes tho minimum scale, it In belli ul tho mon will stay away from the niluu until this fiction Is t'nkon mnh.iw go little harm will bo dfincr It the general re sumption ordcj- Is ssued. , Ogleil'-'llio .Tiimi-. Chicago, .April B. "If i-ver n enso should bo taken from i Jury, this Is the case. This W'timnti him o)181 the Jurors; she bos' Qontlnu illy gtuueed nt them In an appealing w.in; ho has evon flirted Avitlr thorn li-.m the wlt nesH stand and "from hi r sent In the courtroom. Hlib ilinB dragged n grent btilverslty Into tho mlu- whnru she grovels and hq htu In Miilrehed two of the greatest adiiautor in this couu tu." This stntemont was m.i.ln to Judgo ll'omeroy today tiv Aitoinuy -Francis A. Walker In his ipR-n f..r tho sum mary dlmnlsMil of t)ki $100,000 slander suit of IMhor Mor(y, cm wiled no-od (ft Chicago unlv'tirllty, i.ilnst Dean Marlon 'I jlbot. The evlili m-e has boon eompli-tcd and At'torncy r.wrett .Tou nlngs this afterniMfn wns to answer tho argument or "Wfi'lltir IT Judgo Pnmeroy ovorruloflahe motion, , tho enso will be nrguddiTfiitl! Jury, - Card f Thiinko. AVe horeby dewlro fji ixpross our heartfelt thanks to tlvu fili-nds and ui-lgh'bors n1io go kindly Mslstod us in mo oeain ol ui,,jiiiii4,(1 unit- daughter, alMi llrntlnirlincid of ltnll- way Trainmen, Kmmii Jiorger Hundav School elriBM and Cniillo . lioll and frlondg for tin- many botmtlfiil floral iilTerlus. l-tpd Mr Otto Olnrk and wlfa I'lglillug tho Middleman. New York. April l.-iThoi women of Now York tod.ij benan "tin assault on tholr hated en. un. thu mlddUmian, by InauBuratlng a uunpnlgu of purchas ing supplier dlntt from tho publU murkotri. A band coin tit and gala decani- i.UoiM greeted the hundroils of niem- hurs of tile housewives luuglle, wlllcli has KiO.OOO iiicmberB, who Invaded Washington market in limousines, tnxls, trolley iart and on foot. Fvory social stratum I" tlio town wns rep resented nnd i lie botchers nnd green grocors were all dresaail up for the occasion. Guides to furnish Infor mation to the women who wero un familiar with nnrketlng nj an occu pation wero win tired about tho 'plneo nnlntlmr out tile various Btnlls. lAmniii- the buyers wore scores of brides. Kaslcr Supper. Tho Indies' Aid of tho U. 11. church will hold their Knstor suppor In the church basement Saturday, April 0. 4-4-2t Tho real Apt II f""lH are thoso who think they are making fools of other people, A HAPPY HOME IN KEACH IT HAS TO Prlc 50c anil $1.00 GUARANTEED BY I Rugs, Carpets, Mailings and Linoleums J mmmmmmmmmB&mmmmmmammmmmitmmt mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm & t t r r r T f f t T ? ? ? ? T f Visit the Hoover-Rowlands Co s ment, Prices lower than ever before. and prices, carpets all qualities, matting from 12 l-2c to 35c. Call and look over the largest line in Marion. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Stoves The HooverRowlands Co. 111 N. Main St. ?llZllZZlH :;: :'.: ijc ; '! REALTY TRANSFERS K w The real estato business fur sev eral years conducted by Philip llnuer of this city, haH grown to such pro. portions thnt Mr. Bauer has found It, Impossible to properly conduct tho constantly growing business any longer without hejp. WMhln the last few muiiths no less than 48 fnrms h&Vo been placed in .Mr. PnUor's hands to sell, besides numerous city properties, ovoryono of the unMollcltod Keeling linnblu to do justlcn to his army of clients without help, Mr. Ilnuor took for his partner, J. AV. Klinefelter, former clilof of police of Marlon, who with his wide ncqiiulrl tniieo In the city nnd country uhd with his Rood Judgment of city prop erty and farm lands, will be n valu able help to enrry on the nlrondy prosperous business. 'Air. llnuer considers tho real estato huslncnrt an hnuornhlo nnd munly buslnoi, noLwIthstandluK the dlsro imte.tlml has been brought upon It by tho unfulr doiillngs of some im JuW men, and ho and nil iwrtnor will contlnuo to conduct tho hiMliiMNi In an 'honorable nnd manly way. The llrm will be known ns IJnuor und Kllnofolter Jenny's Swhw Sain at Schmli-'t'n Phar'y. ii X 'A V it V4 TF.MCOnAPIIIO TAltTiOtDS. y, - - - ;i t ft t' A ' r r' ' ' ' ' ' ' Clnulnnatl .Mrs. (Mtiry Perry cried over tho unconscious form of lUitwoll Harry, (51, for two hours at tho eitv hospllnl, hellevlnjr ho was illor hus band. Iler grief was cut short when a. telephone messngo lnforinod her that .1. M. Perry wus at homo awnltliiK Ills breakfast. Marysvllle, O. rrhe "tntwn clock of mitttiifv" li.irn la ii)lvril. Tin, tlinilv uf ...CT.W.J ...... , ......... ...w a largo loon, wlilih iliad liridteu the dial of tho enurthouso oloek, wiu found near tho timepiece by the sheriff. Dayton, O. Col . J. AVhlte, vet nrntl nf till, nlull and Sd.'IIiIhIi Wtirs. und fnrmor siiperlntenduiit of the city schools, wns electe l governor or me Dayton Soldlors' home, succeeding Col. A. J. t'urki!, recently resigned. Now York Tho Indiana, sunburst, Mrs. Charles ill. Anthony, doolaros she will road tho riot act to hor liuibaiid when sho gets homo for valuing the diamonds In hor slipper heels ut JtS a iiuart. ilmrtford, Conn -(Former United States Konhtnr Hulkeley buciune ii shoo clerk to nllowi Louis Hplogol, a shoe dooler, to get to the ipolls to vote thu riopubllcun olty tlckot. Naw York iMnry Coonoy In wear Ing n plcco of one of her ribs for n nose today. Tho rib enrtllcHo was transplanted to replaoo a "saddle ifonek" nose. Vnur Vnrlr iMntohlnir silver dollars with a stranger In Now York cost O. C. Irving, a Winnipeg njerchant, his honeymoon. Tho stranger took his wedding trip money, $500. Uollevlllo, His. n u'bjoct apology Tor nny transgressions ho may have c Jininttted while drunk, and a solemn p edge never to drink again, was ad vertised In n local newspaper by C. FAMOUS DIPLOMATS DAUGHTER TO WED Mis Marjorle Ida. The engaaeinent of MUs Murjorlo Ida. dnuglner of tho United Btatea minister to Upuln. has Just beenun nounced. Tho fortunate man U annno LeslU. grandson of air John ana udy Conotnnco Liosllu, of uiasco, Ireland. to Miss ldo and Mr, Wj Ih arq woll known In Wusiunirto Thu wufdlnk- 'r'to toko placo in June. KB wE MAKERS OF HAPPY HOMES Dcnlson. Phllidelphln "Tnn" nrrl pid dle, mllllnMiIrn boxri. tin m 1 evan gelist, beginning with .i 11111;. ' induy sermon to a crowd : deri'lbtn In "hell's half ucro." Hcrlln Kniu Mnrle nttoumii, thn original "Merry AVIdni'v," ln-s forfeited her contrnct with the Thenter Des Weatons rather thhn appear In an ex ceedingly seanty fftiHttltne. New YorkTo inrovent losing his children, John Itoodgnnt, n I)u,teh Im mlgmnt, led them off tho liner' Nnord nm by n string. There were iiIiib chil dren attuclicd to him by n long cord Chicago "How many shots luTt In this revolver?" Ashed Kdwnnl Wicks In a shooting gnllory. When told there WAS one bullet -Igft, he llred It Into his brnlii, dying Instantly. Chlengti "I'nrlor conferences" are to bs held in the homos or 1!,000 church men to consider fitness of cnndldutes for office. Tho conferences wero ar ranged lo' the Antl-Snlonn league. Jollot, llls.Twonty-llve local mer chant nnd maiiufnotiirem Invi bIkiumI nn agreement to prevent their cmicilv- es from smoking elgareltes Hi-lti i wages are jfromliKHl nl si .'Oners A f jitot'i- Pr ii-liii;. Iiulsvllle, Ky Aisrtl ,l Jud-i At e.vundcr P. IIiim)hri i uic out to Puhrmoiit, Jim ouisld. f I .. mis , if. today, nnd oulled th inmu.il m,Mtiii of the Kdutlllrn Parllle rilioid to U holders. None of tin big in n i.f t n rn "', (ixee'pt lluimpjirey, 'ii pi i Hi wns assisted by Al n.indii I'n'n.itiii Jr. and J. 11. U'wnr, of bis oOi and Oeorgo H. .IJnv. ns nnd I: V ( ii of New York, nhn i.nne mi ii 'in til New York offle s wlt'i Iiiumi-i riU's cirtlm? million of il 'II if The busluaiw nl' .'! Im I ll.ddi r i today i-onsltod Jn il-.-nn: a i.ninl of dlrH'tnr as follows. Julius KriittHtihiilir. V. K llunt IllKton, Hubert S. I.'iveti, I.. J. n urn riinrles Pealmny, Wlllliinl Pm 'a-tcl-lur, Krnnk Vnnderllp, llenrv De forest, Itobnl (liieli'l Mirtlu llu 'hitt Ogden Mill", o Kahn and M. I. Rill Iff. SS " "- Jk $ 5 ? ? T f T The Piano That I Stands It's the superb A ckerman and Lowo, a Ma- V V rion made product that over the country. Wo t f save tho middle profits. H. S f Musical Instruments. wwWrmH?V A.. - - .A.A..A.AA.A.A. ACKERMAN - f KPftll TTl PrV" v x tl XLX vx J Krsnt nml truo to nnmo, nnil nppcni r TSCHANEN Y Carpet Depart- Rugs all sizes f t f t T T f f T Marion, Ohio. T Your walls will look like velvet and the cost will be very small if you use The sanitary, economi cal covering for papered or plastered walls. AMMANN'S Hardware The CASH Hardware Cut Rate Meat Market Buehler Bros. 122 East Center Street 1 fftt READY To servo you with a iV now pair of Kastor Rlioos. Note our window display showing almost 100 stylos of bountiful spring, footwonr. Tt'll do you .good to soo thorn Si.os and' stylos to lit you and suit you. SMART S WADDELL J - J- J ''$ $ . i Y i ihe Tesf:c r T is in great demand all J sell to you direct ana you Y MUSIC STORE $ S. Main St. t A.AAAA..A..A..A.,ifc.A. Tho I,mly or Sllss who Is particular '""lrt ,u thls P'"'1' ,,f 1,,B'1 Kendo JK-r- fumes, u lino of odors tlmt ro frt- her bcnso of rt'llncnicnt. BROS. Sxw I f J ,v . ' .-!,''.