The Marion Star from Marion, Ohio on April 1, 1911 · 20
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The Marion Star from Marion, Ohio · 20

Marion, Ohio
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Saturday, April 1, 1911
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. itrt. TAGB TH'ESTI. THfi MARtO DAILY RAX, BATTSDAT, ..... ESsstaammafiKmtm Iu-: -' - """""" 7f I STITE LEAGUE DDPESTERS ARE BUSY Marion Modestly Drops into Third Position. The Mitchell Car DIGGERS PROMISE TO MAKE HARD BATTLE The Acktrman & Lowe Pianos and Player - Pianos are up to date and reliable in every respect. Are you in the market for a piano or player-piano? If so do not buy until you have seen the ACKERMAN & LOWE. They are the best and most reliable while the prices and terms can not be beat anywhere. When you buy here you buy direct from the manufacturer and save all middlemen's profit besides high freights and extra drayage. We can save you big money and sell you a piano that in TONE, QUALITY and DURABILITY can't be beat. We have several big bargains in slightly used pianos of different makes, also a selection of the very We also handle all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRU- MENTS, TALKING MACHINES, SEWING . MACHINES, SHEET MUSIC and in fact a full line of-musical merchandise. Call at , H. Ackerman's Music Store 132 South Main Street Work on the Ball Park la Progressing and Ground Will Be la Good Nhape Wlicn the Kruxon In Opened. Manager Irui It Quito Busy. Some Notes for the Fan. Soma of the dopeiter of tbe Ohio State circuit and some of the manager will no doubt be shown up before the cloe of the season. Man ager O'Day ha already claimed the, pennant for Springfield. Hamilton ! expect to finish close to the top. Owner Harry Klene ha promised Newark fan a club that will be fighting for the pennant. Portsmouth dope writers state that Portsmouth, LImt, Chlllloothe and Hamilton will finish In the first division In the order named. Marlon fans figure that Marlon will not finish worse than third and at the same time the Dlggerr will be In tbe fighting all o the way. aaaaaaa aaai The reason that Mitchel costs arc low and Mitchell quality high, is that Mitchell Cars are built as cheaply as they can be built and be built well. Ralph Lattimore. Ralph Lattlmore, the Marion boy who was drafted by Columbus at the close of last season from the Ohio-Pennsylvania league, has cinched the seoond-base position with tbe Senators. The Car You Ought to Have at the Price You Ought to Pay 4 Cylinder 4x5, Model I. 5 Passenger, $1500. The Standard ol Excellence. WfUt Is Busy. Oils Welst, the new ground keeper, and two helpers have been at work for t ie past several days at the park, and the place will soon be In readiness for the opening. The boles In the fence are being patched and within the nextweek the work of building the west fence three feet blghor will be completed. Anxious for Men. Manager Lewis was a busy man, Friday, bis first day In tbe city. He spent most of his time sending out transportation and writing letters notifying the' players when to report. The manager would like to get all of the men here by Wednesday evening. THE ABEL AUTO COMPANY North Main Street. Phone 965. WILL CARRY MATTER TO SUPREME COURT Clerk of Courts Will Prepare a Transcript. DIVORCE PETITION DISMISSED TODAY Mr. and Mrs. Henry J, Or win Agree To Live Apart anil Suitable Alimony I Arrange! Father Is To Have Custody, of Three Children. Summon Pleas Court Notes. Tlio case of Lenox Reber against . George W. Clark and bis wife, Carrie, will be carried to the supreme court on error without the formality of another trial In the common pleas court. Today, the attorneys of Mr. Clark and his wife ordered the' clerk to prepare a transcript and announced that the caBe would be taken ' direct to the supreme court for decision. Clark and his wife got Judgment In the common pleas court against Heber - for about IS, 000. They claimed that they traded Rebor a coal mine In the southern part of the stale for the old Milholland Tressed Rrtck company's plant, the condition of which was not what It was represented to be. After a long trial the Jury awarded them Judgment. Then Rebor took the case to the circuit court on error. The circuit court reversed the Judgment of the lower court and remanded It back to the common pleas court for retrial. $502.20 and six per centinterest, the total amount being 1573.76. The motion for a new trial will be dismissed. The divorce petition of Maud I. Orwlg against Henry J Orwlg was dtxmiRHed today. Tbe defendant is employed asaswltchman for the Erie Railroad company at AsUland. Attorney Fred L. Carhart, representing the plaintiff, announces that the couple baa signed an agreement , to live apart and arranged suitable alimony. The father la to have the custody of three minor children, he says, I.lnderbeck Report. Oun fielder I.lnderbeck is the first Digger to report here to Manager Lewis. Llnderbeck has been here several times during the winter, bis home being at Carey. He states that be is In fine condition and he' surely looks the part. Quits the Game. A report Is being circulated In Chilllcothe that Ben Davis, who played centerfleld for the Babes last season under the name of Dewitt, has decided to give up baseball. Dewitt was the leading hitter of the Babes and one of the few who finished the season with a batting average over the 300 mark . The trial of William T. Blue, In dieted for embezzlement, was con-! tlnued upon the request of Blue's' counsel by Judge W. K. Si'ofleld, this! afternoon. Blue was to have been tried next Tuesday. tng list of contracts and releases recorded since March 17, 1911: Contracts. With Indianapolis R. F. Reynolds, E. T. Link, Fred Carisch. With Toledo John Duffy, James Hart, Albert E. James. With Louisville V. A. Linnaman.j Clyde Oelst, Clyde Robinson, ,F. M. Allen, 3. J. Hughes. Releases. By Columbus to Zanesvllle Irve Wratten; to Portsmouth, Harry Lloyd; unconditionally, Leo Come-ford, Zick Talllch, Lester Hall. By Indianapolis to Springfield, Ohio, M. Joyce, John Kendall, Alv Halley, Cecil R. High, Ray McKee, Loran Hlxon, Brown Keene, Ray Holllngs-worth, Mox Eck, George C. Johnston, George Boehler,. Dan Foley, Frank E. Owens, H. W. Connell; unconditionally, Thomas Templeton, Glenn Macy, Ben Suacler, M. J. Donovan, Vm. H. Lynch, L. C. Hall, C. R. Cummins. By Louisville to Lexington, Kentucky, A. E. Sewell, Charles Schneider; r unconditionally, L. Barry. Today, County Clerk W. V. Klinefelter received a check from John Amlcon Brother & Company, of Co- . lumbus. for the costs In the suit of Caleb H. Norrls against the Columbus company to recover $502.20 Judgment for two carloads of onions. 'The costs amounted to $33 99. Judge Norrls got Judgment for Coining Appointment. ' i Today, County Auditor Charles I, i Allen made a demand on the state j rlafrv arirt fmwt ,nmnt luli.nar fn ti. I weights and measure!! furnished by that deartment In the enforcement of the law under which a sealer' of weights and measures operates. The scales will have to be purchased by the county commissioners. The auditor is Incllntf to appoint a deputy oounty scaler of weights and measures, and it is likely that he will an nounce his appointment shortly after the petition now being circulated Is presented to him. Ittg lAml Hale. A deed showing the transfer of 506 acres of land in Big Island township by Maggie C. and Flora M. Jones to Orlando F. and Michael E. Brady was filed for record In the office of County Recorder Edward F, Tlttelbnugh today. The considers- tlnn named In the deed is $26.-! 441.10. I Piketon Phenoin. Roy Dunham, the Piketon phenora, Is the first of the Shoemakers to report to Manager Childs, with the exception of Weinberg, who accompanied the manager to Portsmouth. Dunham is a pitcher measuring six feet and two inches in his stocking feet and weighing 196 pounds. He has no doubt but that he will make good on the Shoemaker's twirling staf. George Hogan, George Hogan, who pitched for the Lexington club last season, and woh was on the reserve list, of that club, left Friday night to Join the team. Hogan pitched last season under the name of Robblns, and made an excellent showing. He made an efTort to secure his release with a view to trying for a place on the ' local pitching staff, but the Lexington management refused to let him go or accept a reasonable price for his release. . SOCIETT. M M M t t 4 t t 4 t f t Mary Belle, the little daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. French Crow, of west Church street, celebrated her fifth birthday today by entertaining a number of little friends at dinner at the noon hour. The children had a fine time. . A company of the friends of Mrs. Charles Swisher, of Silver street, gave her a surprise in honor of her birthday, Friday evening. She was presented a handsome library table. Cards and music were enjoyed and refreshments served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. B. Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Layman Scott. Mr. and Mrs. McCombs, Mr. and Mrs. McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. Hoi land Harper, Mr GREAT SLAUGHTER EXTRAORDINARY A p"DTT will be the beginning of the greatest event in Wall Paper and Hanging ever known in Marion. We beat them all. WALL PAPER 1-4 CENTS; HANGING 2 CENTS. If that isn't cheap enough, hang it for nothing and an automobile thrown in. Did you know that we get our paper by the train load; run it into our forty-story warehouse, on South Main street, taking one week to unload it, when the train at once starts for another factory for another load ? Taking the entire output from 27 factories is why we can do all this. Pasting, Trimming and Hanging by electricity. One Hundred and Fifty Paper Hangers Wanted BUT WE WANT "TYOT MEN THAT CAN WORK, as we can not afford to " vJULr 130 South E.R. FINLEY- Main Street BASKET-BALL. 1 Marlon Defeated. I Tbe Cloister club basket-ball team j met a decisive defeat at the hands ' and Mrs. George of the Bucyrus All-Stars at that ! THE OCTOPUS OF GRAFT AND GREED r Miss Virginia BASEBALL. ; Contracts- and Releases. Chicago, April 1. President T. M. Chivington, of the American Association of .Professional Baseball clubs, today announced the follow- Cblcago, April 1. Militant worn- .r B':le riot and list fight having nnif'tr, ..lalj liUUiov mi v.i v c j iuuuij viuircuru iiviu mail its muni Johnson and Hazel and Russell lie-1 and was lacking in brilliant playing. Clabe. At the close of the contest the score . I stood fifty to eighteen in favor of and "graft bought," I The affidavit filed by Miss Brooks charged the officials of West Ham- "' i mond with practically every known Brooks Keeps lp Her j species of graft and some of th fight. 1 newly-discovered kinds. The In junction im enective until a runner hearing In the matter. failed to curb what Miss Virginia Brooks, civic purist, calls the "octo- Funeral Monday. j Bucyrus. The local team lined up town The funeral services of Miss Flora as follows: Foster, rf; Spencer, If; Langenbacher will be held at the I Miller, c; Fisher, rg; Alenander, lg. family residence, No. 517 south Main j - street, Monday afternoon at 2 A phonographic concert of new se-o'clock. Rev. Father Joseph Denning; lections will be rendered at the T. officiating. Interment will be madeiM. C. A., Sunday afternoon from 3 In St. Mary's cemetery. 'to 5 o'clock. .Man Found Dead. Ford City, Pa., April 1. LesnlDg PcrnRS a tenrn anrt tarlnr at th pus of graft and greed," in the Httle j tombstones In a graveyard, the Mr or West Hammond. Miss f r m sh.nnnn frt.w' .n j Brooks, today, had recourse to the tola, of Whitesburg', near here, wi 'law. She obtained from Judge found yesterday. Cooper a temporary injunction re-j M ,Jr rtw4 framing the town authorities and! A marr,aRe Mcenge ,, been . the contractors from laving pave-i .ued t0 MlM winnafred Hazel Ferrln ' mPnf n!"h she charges Is Inferior) and Victor Hugo Sage. 1911 OFFICIAL SCHEDULE OHIO STATE LEAGUE 1911. CM B AT POBTSMOfTH a won mi ovular uhano in amihiia COLLARS Wis. I;! J. pwiTSMorni 1 i - . April 29, t SO i ; May CH1I.1.ICOTHR June J8. 29, 30 Aug. 6, () Sept. 4, 4 LANCASTER. June 14, 15 July 1, (2), 3 Aug, 2, 30 rJ Jt . J(j June 1, 17, U) XKWARK July 4. 4 Aug. 31; Sept. 1 llfyJk CS .maiuo ' i-"t Vl i;;X t ji' V J-1 4!-M.iVi ; PtLOCK LOCKS tj AVOIDS LA 1 COLLAR SPREADING RPTtlNfiFiri.D ; ' HAMILTON . . , May 17. 18. 19 , June 26, 37 July 29. (30), 31 Aug. 21, 22 '.May"I5Tl . June 23, 24, (25) Aug. 2. 3. 4 Aug 23, 24 "jMay 23. 24. "25 . June 21. 22 July (23). 24 25 'Aug. 25. 26 "May2iT,'(2rr" . June 19, 20 'July 26. 27, 2S Auk. (27). 23 AT CHILMCOTHE Aprif(23. S475 lune 12 13 July 20, 21, 22 Sept. 2, (3) AT LAXCASTKK AT XKWARU Aprir2072t7J5 June 16, 17, (18) July 4. 4 Aug. 31; Sept 1 May u; June 14. 15 July 1. (2). 3 Aug. 29, 30 iMay'26727. (28) 'June 10. (11) July 17, IS, 19 Aug. 17. 18 " April 26," 27, 28 'May 2. 80, 30 July 5, 6 Aug. 19, (20) MaylUn June 23. 24, (25) Aug. 2. 3. 4 Aug. 23, 24 I May 17, 18. 11 June 26, 27 July 29, (30), 31 Aug. 21, 22 May"J0712n,"2r-June 19, 20 July 26. 27, 28 Aug. (27). 28 May" 2 37 2 4, "15 June 21. 22 July (23), 24, 25 Aug. 25. 26 Nunday flames Marked Thns ( ) Holiday Games, Black Face Typ. ' April 29. (39) May 1 June 12. IS June 28, 29, 30 Sept. 2, (3) "Mayl072I)7z2-June 19, 20 July 26, 27, 23 Aug. (27). 28 " May23. 24. 25 June 21. 22 iJuly (23). 24, 35 Aug. 25. 26 " May-1671 Juno 23. 24, (25) Aug. 2. 3. 4 Aug. 23. 34 May1771s71i June 26, 27 July 29, (SO), 31 iAug. 21. 23 t,tiii u, 21, 22 May 29, :wt, 30 July 5. 6 iAug. 19(20) "May 12. 13. (14) June 10, (11) July 17, 18, 19 Uug. 17. 18 "ilprin23y724"725-Uuly 20, 21, 22 Aug. 5. (6) Sept. 4. 4 ,MayT3r2T72 'June 21. 22 July (23). 24, 25 'Aug 2526 ' May 20. (21). 22 June 19, 20 IJuly 26. 27, 21 Aug. (27). 21 "iMy"l7ri8.lTi June 26, 27 July 12, 13. (30) iAug. 21. 22 "say-rerYi June 23. 24, (25) Aug. 2. 3. 4 iAug. 23. 24 AT , MARION May 2. 3 June 2, 3. (4) July 12. 13, 14 Aug. 15, 16 May 47S. 6 May 31 ; June 1 July 15. (16) Aug. 12. (13). 14 May 10. 11 June 5, 6. 7 July (9). 10, 11 Aug. 7. 8 May If), S75" June 8, 9 July 7. 8 Aug. 9, 10, 11 AT LIMA' AT SPRINGFIELD Majri271S7(14) " June 28, 29. 30 Aug. 5. (6) Aug. 29. 30 Aprir2.'2T, 2 June 16. 17, (18) July 6. Sept. 2, (3) Aprir 2 ST." ( 3 077M ay I June 14, 15 July 3. 4. 4 Aug. 31; Sept. 1 May' 4. 5, 6 May 31; June 1 July 15, (1) Aug. 12, (13), 14 May 2. 3 June 2, 3. (4) July 12, 13. 14 Aug. 15, 16 May(T)7B, 9 June 8, 9 July 7. 8 Aug. 9, 10, 11 May 10,' ir-" June 5, 6, 7 July (9). 10 11 Aug. 7, 8 May 2672 77TIS) June 12, 13 July 20, 21, 22 Sept. 4. 4 ;MayT7S7Tl ; June 5, 6, 7 July (9), 10 11 Aug. 7, 8 ;May (:T7T7T June 8, 9 ; July 7. 8 IAug. 9. 10. 11 Wiay 2, 5 June 2, 3, (4) July 15. (16) Aug. 14. 15. 16 TMay 4757 May 31; Juno 1 July 29. 31; Aug. 1 Aug. 12, (13) i "April 20721722 June 10, (11) IJuly 17. 18. 19 iAug. 19, (20) AT HAMILTON May (7), 8, i June 8, 9 July 7, 8 Aug. 9. 10,11 MayldTlI 'June 5. 6. 7 jJuly (9), 10, 11 IAug. 7, 8 iMay 4, 5, iMay 31; June 1 July 12. 13. 14 IAug. 12. (13) April 29, iJo May June 1 4, 15 July 1. (2), 3 Aug. 31; Sept. 1 Apnr2: 27728 June 1C. 17, (18) July 5, 6 Sept. 2, (3) iAprflTasTrrrrr May 29. 80, 30 'July 4. 4 iAug. 17, 18 i r MayT27137TT4T June 28, 29 30 Aug. 5, (6) Aug. 29. 30 "iMay J.T (June 2. 2, (4) July 15, (16) Aug. 14, 15. 16 "1XpriTTS3T2J725 " May 29, 30. 30 .July 1. (21 'Aug. 17. 18 !AprirJ07Jr21 June 10, (11) July 17, 18, 19 IAug. 19, (20) 'MaylOTTT' June 12, 13 'July 20, 21, 23 Seftt 4. 4 V. ir

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