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l I PAGE EIGHT THE MARION DAILY XntfcQR, SATURDAY; APRIL 6, 19.12. I fr JAS. R. KEISER'S EASTER NECKWEAR ARRIVALS FOR YOU FOR EASTER SUNDAY The new French whip -cord weaves: Easter purples & lilac tints, sky 'blues, palm Greens that's newest. Reiser's Baralthe as all colors. 50c to $l.oo KLEINMAIERS 'I miiiii 1 1 mm i Al.Ii JOIN I.V TIII2 CHORUS 1 In praise of tho charming singing tuno of tho good piano. There Is " n sympathetic cumllty to It Unit '" harmonizes perfectly with .tho hu i man voice 'anil brings dm tho best , effect. V TO OW.Y'A ROOD 1'IAXU.f Id to possoss tho montiB ot n Hfo tlmo's musical pleasure. For H la nn Instrument that will surely Inst that long nml even longer, Con vonlont tiTiiw of pnwnent inny lo arranged. Peiers Piano Store. no x. state st. Minion, (. z Easter Hat Specials I $2.00 to $6.00 "For beautiful now Has- tor Hats. Tho .season's daintiest creations. Pat- tern liats from the grout designers and a big so- le'etion from our own ? workrooms. Ve sell millinery $3 to $5 loss J xuan oinors. The New Shop. Mrs. C.FJcCoinbsl 143 N. Main St. M-H"I-I"H"H-1-I-M-H"M"I V I M-l-H- THE HALLET AND DAVIS Itccosnlml as tlio lilliest giailo piano Hold In Marlon, U'lil.s piano in hold to joii dlKtit I'y us, saving inlildlo profits. DOWLER BROS. Solo AKonts BHt Clturcli. . t lliSr-----3IIi! Ip . everything $ famous ASSESSORS WILL Appointments Have Been Made For Spring Duties. The following I a list of tho nssos roi'H who are to have chatgo of tho mscsgnicnt of .Marlon county residents thin spring. They will enter upon their dalles next Mnndov. Orran McCiellnn, Rig Inland town ship, Marlon. (., It. It. No. '1. W. 11. Kellogg, Cliulilon towiiHhlp, north, Caledonia. O.. It. F. U. n. J. F. Itctter, ClnVtdon township. Kouth. Caledonia. O. It. F. D. No. i. C. K. Illinium, Onmd township, I.a line, Ohio. J. II. Campbell, (Ira ml Trail lo town rhlp, Morrnl, O. W. 1?. Weston, Croon Camp township, Arostn, o. .1. C. MeClollnnd, Croon Camp tor 1 ration, Clean Camp. II. I.. Uncapher, Mnron township, vcuth, Marlon, O. X. Hveiioy, Marlon township, north, y.iulon o. Jamett HatlloW, Montgomery town ship, onst. Meeker, O. J. U MeCiiilre, Montgomery town ship, went, Ijaltue, d. W. J. Setter, Pleasant PioMpfCt. t)., II. 1). No. 2. ftimuol Ktek, l'lospeot J'nispei'ti O. P.. D. Ilurrun. nlrhland CiiiilinKtuii. O.. It. D. tOWHshlp, township. ownshlp l'r.ink YiniiiR, Sixty Uoclt townshli Moir.il. O. Willlum IIIU, Scott township, Marlon, t) U. I). No. 4. Lewis Hummer, Tully. township, Maitel, O. i). .S. Anthony, Waldo township, W.ildo, O. I K. Day, Caledonia corporation, ( ileilunla. O. Willis Clurls. Lalluu enrpoqitlon, Lillui-, c). . 1 Cox, I'rospoot corpQi-atlon, rrnspet t, O. majuox coni'oiiAyiox. Joe Voll, llrut ward A, Marlon, O. Harry Stoll, llrst wnrd II, Marlon, O. C. II. C'lniM, llrst ward C, Marlon, O. AV. II. Ilonhum, llrnt wnrd D, Mn- lon, (. John Haines, llrst ward 13, Marlon, O. J. h. Landos, second wntd A, Ma rlon, O. T. J. Mend, second ward n, Marlon, o ' I'oter Hoger, second ward C, Ma rlon, O. John Vestal, third toird A, Marlon, O. ' Delos DoWolf, third ward V. Mil lion, O. J. M. Davidson, thh-a ward Q, Ma rlon, O. It. 1 Hazard, third ward D, Mil lion. O. Joseph tang, third ward K, Marlon, O. K. A. Soffnor. fourth spard A, Ma rlon, O. 1'. l'arlngton. fourth wnrd 11, "Ma rlon, O, C. 11. Merchant, fourth ward C, Mn- r'.on, O. Almost a .Mliiu'lc. One ot tho most startling ohangM ever seon In any man. ntmoiWnff to "W. II. Holsclaw, Clarondon, .Toxas, was effeated yeaTS ago in his brother. "He had siK'h a droadful cough," Tio wrltos, "that all our fttmlly thought ho wns I'olng Into consumption, but ho began vO ubo Dr. King's X&w Discovery, and was oompltitely cured by ten bottles. Now he Is sound and well and wolghs ?18 pounds. For many years our fam ily has usod thls wonderful rmnedy for cougfls antj colds with oxcollont lesultH." It's Ulcl, wife, Tollablo and gnaranloed. Price SO cents and $1.00, Irlai bottlo froo at Tachanon Ilro, DU A. A. THOMEN, Cleveland nnd Columbus specialist, who has visited Mirlon for tho paHt live yearg, will bo hero for bis April lslt. Thursday, th lltb also preced ing evening after. 7:30 p. tn. Vo will i .j found nt tho Pilgrim Inn ono day i arh month, ICIndjy noto tho cJiangQ f bis hotel for thlmnnd fmvr visits, r.xunilnotlon and consultation free ctn&ath TmltatluK tlui nClllumny Cam. . rhun King, China, April C A lies In rate battlo between two robber bunds rasjltlni? In tho extermination of both saved tho town of Pao Chow from pillage, according to news Just reelvod here. Two bands ot about 500 each advanced on the town from different directions. Tho townspeople negotiated with tho llrst (band to drive Liit tho oiher nnd receive itwo-thlrtl of the loot of tho city. The second rob ter bnml wax exterminated Only 150 of tho first hand wore left when the Imtrtp was over nnd the towniiraple killed part of thm In 'battle and cap tiued and executed the iwmalnder, 3VTwfEllil W 33 t3E! SSEfiM i raiEji" 'el)kip N MONDAY MEI BURNED WITHJOpiAL Explosion in the Steel Foun dry of the Marion Steam Shovel Shops. THREE MEN FATALLY INJURED Molten Metal Ignites Cloth ing of the Laborers. Xnnicroim Minor Injurleq Sustained by Oilier roimilrjmeii Who vst- nl Their IVIImv Coinpanloiw Heating" Out the Kliv. In As the result of nn explosion ot molten steel, In the steel foundry of the Marlon Steam Shovel shops, seven nipii wero burned, three perhaps fa t.illy, Friday evening, about seven tl Irty o'clock. Tho explosion occurred sudilenlv. Mlthout tho slightest wnrnlng, nnd vas the result of a method ot labor Mhlch has been usvd hundreds of times In the shops, and Is In use In every steel foundry. The workmen had lust finished pouring the hot sttel, which they had removed from the furnace. Into Wgo Ingots, which nro burled six feet Tn the ground, nnd which will hold approximately about four thousand pounds. Four Ingots had been filled by the workmen, who had gono nbout fifteen feet nway from tho spot, when the explosion occurred In the third Ingot. The only reason given,. for tho explosion Is that the dampness of the earth In wliloh the Ingots are bulled. In some way gen- elated steam when the hot metal was poured in, forcing tile steel up witui Rtent force. About I'.OOO pounds of metal wus thrown n distance of sev- oral feet, porno of It striking tho group ot seven men and Igniting their clothes. In tho excitement of the moment, tho mon bogiiu running to ward tho open doors, out Into tho air. when they wero stopped by follow workmen who beat out the lire with their coats. One man hod presence of mind enough to Jump Into a tank of water which stood neniby, putting out the lire In his clothes without great Injury to lilmiolf. Throo of tho men, John Schotte. Charles llettcror nnd Clyde Ilarrlmnn. wero very severely burned about the limbs nnd back's, and It was found ueeessniy to take them to the Mnrlon Cltv hospital. John Severns and Dick AValklns, have n few minor burns but went to their homes, after having the injuries dressed. Hen Anthony, assis tant foreman of tho shop and II. P Mi'ers, chlof electrician, were hndlv imoi ".".1.U tmii, wi. " burned on tno uumiH aw tno result oi, ncelstlng l-i IIIU Y III IWIIUU I" lll tV lli rut of tholr clothing. A number ot other workmen received smnll burns ?i f the result ot tho Hying metal, but no severe cases wero reported. Tho nevorely injured men wuo taken In the Hess & Market nnd tho Guilder nm hulnnccH to tho hospital, where Drs. A. II. lthu nnd Herman llhii attended them. They w.ero reported today ns being In n rnthor doubtful condition, although they were better this: morn ing than had been expected Have you visited tho old-fashioned garden nt the Didgcrlght InnV Flow ers, music, birds nil free, 12s W. Center. It RAILROAD NEWS a i ndward Rlloy, nn Erie hrakeman hud his loft hand severely burned yesterday. Mr. Riley wiib riding In tho engine of tho firemen's sldo nnd la attempting to cross over to the en gineer's sldo slipped on tho apron, causing him tp fall ogaiiiRt the tire box. In fulling ho throw out IiIb left hand to catch hlniRelf and In doing ya his hnnd camo In contact with tho hot iro box, pevcroly burning it. Ho wont to the office of Drs, Mor nnn nnd HrloUley, whom his injuries wero" attended after which ho went to his home. At ft meeting held yosterday at Clevoland between II. O. Dunklc, C. A. Allen and four representatives of the Brotherhoods qf this cltv, tho Erlo railroad company granted the men hourly service between Gallon and Minion, both ways, until such a time ns (no Erlo company would bo nblo to take over tho property now held by tho men. Hy granting tho hourly service be tween tho two nlmvo mentioned ci ties, tho men will not bo required to movo from Gallon, as they can get home any hour or eo to work that often. The mntter concerning tho old ngreement between the men and tho company, was, taken up and dis missed, it being finally decided to lot the old ngi'ooment stand the samo as It was Gallon Dally Leader. Passenger offlcinl through hore have ncolvcd word that tho Western Pass enger association will grant summer touriit ratQH for the Nntfbnnl J'ducn tlonnl nKsooiatlqn meetlne to bo held In 'Han Francisco this summer. A, "fireside campaign" has been un dertaken "by ,tho committeo'(of rail road managers, 'who aro In controversy Vlth tho locomotive engineers on tho iiibJectfof wages. PampJiIota contain ing tho demands of tho 7nen and tho itnawor. of the railroads are .being sont broadcast throughout tho itorrltory nf footoil Tho railroads' pa"mphlet Is addressed to nil raWroad omployea, railroad shareholders, landholder, artd tile public. "Please, take thin homo, Tend carefully, and let your ifftmlllcs reail It." s tho icquest made ly 'the roads. "What the 'Men Ask, What the Rail roa(l8 neply, What the Public Thinks,'' Is tlfo homely title of thfci unique book let) which Infllcntea tho length to which the rallroada aro golu't; ao aio thnt tho publio and aH rallroitd oni ployea tiro jfully Informed of this wngo controversy, Which the roads roiy threatens bankruptcy for ft number of lines. While, the engineers nre circulating ft strike batlot among tho employes of the different lines, the managements ot itho railroads are putting In tho hands of tho emploves In train service this ilarriphlot. which, lh addition to tho dcn)inml of the men nnd the roads' reply, contains editorlali reprinted from n number of the countr' lead ing newspapers. It Is being sent to the bondholders, shareholders, mem 1ers of boards of trade, -chambers- of commerce, and other commercial bodle.i In tho territory In which tho rnllrotidn affected iby tho egnlncers' de mands operate. iXevcr before In a concerted wage movement hnt the employer como be fore tho bar of public opinion to plead ItH onsi along tho unusual lines adopt ed by tho rnllroadi. ft. was learned yesterday 'that 100,000 copies of tho "fireside," booklet had already been mulled, nnd It Is expected that more than a million copies will bo circulated befnro tho -week Is over. A dhnngc of schedule directing the running' time for the special trains 1ie tweon .Mnrlon nnd Gallon was put Into effect Saturday morning ni 0 o'clock. Hy reason of tho chango two trains will run every hour hetween these two points Instead of every four hours as heretofore. This will cause the open", tlon of 4S trains dally as a train from each point will leave for tho opposlto each hour throughout the 24 hours of tho day. These ileclal trains which wero llrst put on about the fifteenth ot January, are for the accommodation ot railroad employes nnd trainmen. Their operation entails a .bin expense but Is considered prerernoie to tne delnyn -which otherwlso would be caused by inability ot 'train crows to roach their respective, trnjiv assjffq., njonts on sohcdulc time. "North Mnniliester Is ngnlnWn ft stntc of hystnrlc ecslassy oyertho time linnnreil nrnlilem of the lirJb.'lhlllty ot tlu, j,r0 hftng Its tracks over so ., to strlk o that city," says the Hunt Press, "and a committee ot ingion !,., - rm,rnt.,iintive business and pro foolnnni ,,, flmmlntctl bv tho North Manchester people went to Now York personally before the oniciais or ino Ilrle. The committee Is said to have inndo u favorable repot t upon their return and stated that nssumneo of a surveying partj being dispatched to look over the grounds In tho near fu ture was given them." . Assistant fleiieral Passenger Agent J. D. Myers rrom the Cleveland ot leej of the Hrle was among the Fri ilnv business, callers fnimout-ofrtown. engineer Frank I.co. ot ,Uho Krlc lines IliiH returned from Toxils-iwhnro. Iid has been spending s'dvTM-al weektt ni Galveston. Tex.. Han, Antonio and other southern cities. i. Kggleston. bridge inspector and , tinvelliiK miKsenBer agent f u y W(r(j wlln-4jm8,1CB1, c. - - " I i i ii ii "5"$",s5'5,5?.',s5'M,$'"' it' rf t t T ! f f t t ? f f f t t f THfi V f f f f t ? T T t w '& . f wtm MjI WM&1Sm V jA ; Tl , :DYNA0VIO LlGrHTINa--BOSCH MAaNETO SELF STARTING UNIT POW ER PLANT ENCLOSED VALVES 3-POINT SUSPENSION. 1 2 2 - INCH WHEELBASE TIMICEN PULL FLOATING AND TEMKEN FRONT AXLES. COLE MARION, OHIO. J. WILL ERECT BUSIiWBLOCK John Amicon & Bro. to Build Twenty-five Thousand Doilar Structure. TO BE 3 STORY STRUCTURE Present Quarters Will be Razed Immediately and Entirely Removed. Tho 1iirrcnliiK llusliios of the John Ainlcoti nml Itro. WlioUnlo Fruit Donlcrs Compels Them to llnliiiw' Their HiisneH (Jinii'torH. Within another six months tho frame building now occupied by the John Amicon & nro. wholesale fruit dealers will bo replaced "by a mag nificent 2r,, 000 business block, accord ing to Information received from 1W Marlon manager, gnnnlel M. Court, Into Friday nftornoon. The management in planning to have tho present building razed and entire ly moved from the site 1jy the llrst day ot June. None of tho material In the old building will bo employed In the election of the new three-story struc ture. Tho proposed building will have a frontage of 40 feet and a depth of lir, feet, will bo liullt of cement and concrete nnd will 1)0 modern In every respect, Ak.Apur frpm tho main line "of the Illg Four will outer the build ing at the rear and shelter for two cars will be' .provided.', Two coohng ryonis Willi o. capacity oi inreo car loads of fruit will bo among thecon vonldnces, 'while ft basement under the entire building -will likewise be used for storage purposes. On the llrst lloor a modern office will l)o found which will bo ibullt so ns to nfford each member of tho clerical force a view of tho entire first lloor. Tho management hopes to vacate tholr present quarters by May 15 when tho work of razing tho franio building will commence. The Minion branch of tho John Amicon coirlpany has been housed In Its present quarters on Fast Mill street since Its llrst operations here six yontvJ ago. For the past two or threo years the local division has been pressed for room nnd Its Tnislness has assumed such vast proportions nH to make tho erection of more com- Jiirtdlous and modern qunrlcrs Impera tive. The plans. aro imtng drawn by Architect. J. J. tflqan, who promises the Amicon people will be ublp to oc cupy their new homo by September I. lers in Marlon. The Krlc wicek train leturned Sat jnday inornlnjt from a Hoyunteen-hour . .ywM-n mh - f- -if-V J-MKjJsJuJrsljMjd "Rivals of COLE & Attract Attention Everywhere Silence Comfort Beauty Power. Economy Simplicity Durability There Is Init one Cole chassis not three or-Jour, Tho wjiole ability of tho Colo engineers apd overy resource ot tho Cole factory aro concentrated on the, construction and porfeotlon of one Colo tihaBsls, The result a chassis of tho highest mechanical perfection that Is roilnod to a degree, of, the greatest possible offleleney. lOrenter value, too-)beuiso ppuolallzii'tlnn do orcases construction cost. ' 3olb engineers have' aimed to mako tho Qolo n siniplo car easy to drive, clean and slnvplo to caro fcjr, Jlovlng parts nil protected from dirt and dust, yot nro readily accessible. , "You don't get smeared' with greaso find smudged (nyory time yoit look at tho machinery. MOTOR SALES CO., Agents task of removing enru nnd placing them out of danger of ti raging waters ot the Bcloto. A bulletin In the local office ot tho Mre Saturday morning announced tho recent order of .Superintendent O. A Allen which snyft that nil trainmen will cast nsldo their winter uniforms find don summer nttlrftOit tho 26th ot May. It wart suggested that tho offi cial Is rather optimistic nnd considers the past few days of sunshlno ns" posi tive signs' of tho nrrlvnl of flumiher In I ho near future. "Willard iFreeland, son of J. "W. Preelnnd, of Mt. Vernoh nvonuo, who has been In tho freight department of tho n. & O. railroad nt Cleveland for the past year, has- recently been mnde contracting freight agent for the Clove- nlnd & iPltttfhurg division of thnt road. Ills 'Mnrlon friends nnd associates will bo pleased to hear of his .promotion. MRS. MINNIE KEYES PASSES AWAY A Short 11Iiicm Has I'nlnl ItesiilK Irs. Minnie Keyes, wlfo of R. 13. Keyes, died nt her home on South Grnnd avenue, Haturdny morning, ns tho result or a Hhort Illness of a com plication of dlsenBea iMrs. Keyes had been In ill health for somo time, ihtit was taken seriously 111 last iMondny. Sho wan iborn In Illehland county, 30 years ago, the twenty-sixth ot last November, nnd was tho daughter of Mr. and Mm, Ausus Wesko. Mr. Wlcsko died last Thursday, a week preceding tho death of Ills daughter. Sho was married 1C years ago to .Mr. Keyes who survives tho death of hH wife. A brother, William Wlcsko, nnd two elster8,iJMlf3 Ella AVJoako and Mrs. Xottlo lllnnort, Also aro living. TMncr.il services -will bo held Mon day nfternoon at 2 o'clock nt the Cal vary Kvnngellcn 'church. UeV. K. It. WoatherwaV'WIll officiate and Inter ment will be made In iMarion ceme tery. To Cure n Cold In Ono Day Take .LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablots. Druggists refund money if It foils to cure. 13. W. GROVE'S slgna turo la on each box. SGc. Ailmlnlsti-nior'ri Xotloc. Estnto of Margaret Clary, deceased. Notlco Is horoby glvon that tho un dersigned has boon uluiy i appointed and qualified n lulminlstrator with tho will annexed of tho estnto of Margaret Clary, late of Marlon coun ts, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 14Ut day of .March, A D., 1912. Patrick Kelly, , 3-lC-3tsat Manfoin Ohlb t A Fortune PohsIIiIj'. Zancsvllle, 'O.. AprJI.'G.-MIss jMabel Curtis, uinplijyed nK maid In tho rnm lly of Ucibert Crawford at IlllsMlleld, near h'ere. received word today that who hus been left hn iwtnto worth 1-10,-000 .by mi undo In Fort Reno, Okla homa. Sho will go to Fort Reno Im- mediately to Investfgate. -J-.'. $4$s.s4.sssls4'4 - " the Road" "OLD DOBBIN" Bllenco Is another notable feature of tho Colo, Stand nt tho hood with tho ongliiOji-tinnlng yoj you cannot hear It. Then thoro ' uro no noises from ggnra or from, changing gears, no body or spring squeaks. ' r .This sllonco Indicates refinement In chnstructlnn, perfect allgnmont of moving parts nnd roiiiiiIucs.r and Hfnlilllty of other parts, " On tho road, tho Colo Is as luxurious and easy l.rldlng as any car can bo, It runs smoothly and Ptoadlly, with no porcoptlblo vibration, It gets un der way quicker, easily, without noise or Jorklnoss. ' rriio Colo Is THE car that has mndq tho oxpen rilvo car nn extravagance. It rm.bnd.lcs every real comfort. Does everything you could 'nslc of a car. PHONE Warner & Edward Easter Suits Easter Coats Easter Dresses V Easter Waists Tf you lack nnytliintf for tomorrow visit this Heady Made Depart ment. $1.00 The season's Best Kid Glove in white and colors, also doeskin. 50c Silk Hose "Onyx" make, very de sirable and as you see, inexpensive all sizes. AMERICAN LADY CORSETS Just received in all si. es, $1.00 to $3.00. Warner Edwards Co -Condemned B llulldlngs. "Columbus, O., April C State tflro 'Marshall Zu'bor today condemned. ?& .buildings In Coshocton ftB flro menaces and ordered them demolished, Tho largest ono in a three-story framo dwolllng owned by J. A. Rice. Daiwsjn, Alnsk.i IMossolyto, a new breakfast food, was Introduced hero by a trip of traders. It Is mado from the Arctic moss that abound through out Alnska. . M"! I1IH111I11 1"I"M "HI M- New Tailor Shop. NIeq selection ol both Boofls ; niiil samples. Clothes nwilo to ;; measure. I'rcsilnu nml Repair., . log. . jj-E'C EVANS ' .' 202 1-2 E. Center. ' --i i?iiT.itijtiifiiT..t..Tnt,.T.T.i1i.Ti.l.il.,Ti.t,.l.iT t -i"ri-i-l"i"l l "ri r I l l l 1-I"r'ri7l- Jt. r.'.vtrvfl y: yr !.! Ul ii,' t f f f f t ? T T .-i' -jj 56, V r"