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   Sandusky Register, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1912, Sandusky, Ohio                               ANDROCULUS AND THE LION THE WILL OF JAS. WALDRON SANDUSKY REGISTER, SUNDAY, SEPT. PAGE FIVE At The Theatorium Sunday THREE REELS PICTURES CHANGED AT MILAN BEER 2 Dozen Case 91.OO The -Continued From Page Two------ 'Mr. John Lickert who has 'been spending live weeks in the city, has returned to his home at Rocky Rlclgo to be the guest of bib parents, lie leaves in about a wetk to enter Princeton University. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rittmam will ent-ertaiii the members of tho White Star euchre clu'b at their on Coiu.mbuD avenue, Saturday evening, September 7. 'Mrs. Adam'.Meyer returned from, Cleveland, Saturday, after a several days' Yiisit with her brother, (Mr. 'Herman Ziste] and family of Cleve- land. Misn Jean Barker accompanied her home for a short visit. LODGES WHEN AND WHERE THEY MEET June. Wushlug- each month at Odd Fellows' ton, Wayne and Huron Avenues.! CATHOLIC OUDKK OK KOUKriT- Sttence Lodge No SO F A M I Court No. 225. Meets ai St. .Mary's hull. Stated communications first and tliird Mondays in each month. Perseverance Lodge No. 329, F. St. G-corgo'b Court .No. 23S. Meets first and tliird Mondays of eaca month at St. .Mary's hail. St. Mary's Court. .Metis first and month at St. A. M. Stated communications second and fourth Tuesdays in each Sandusky Ciiy Chapter No. 72. R. j Thomils A. Al. stated convocations second second and fourth Wednesdays of and fourth W'edncsduya in each j ea-ch month at Tiffin Avenue ami nicslh. Pearl street. Sandusky City Council No. 20 11. CATHOLIC M'UTUAL BENEFIT 5- S M. Slated convocations second No. Friday in each monih. Meets lirst Tuesday of each monih Erie Commandery No. 23, K. T Miss Harriett Nathan lias returned from a week's visit w.ith friends in Detroit. Miss Bessie Jacobson ac- companied her home to .be her guest for week. Mrs. Ron3 Rockwell is at Put-in- Bay, the guest of .Mr. a-nrt Mrs. Char- les Barlow of Columbus who are spending- the summer there. Mr. Barlow recently inn-chased Sugar is- land but is living at Put-in-Bay nnll] the improvements he lias planned are completed. at north-east corner of Jefferson and Decatur streets. uuMii.li'. KNIGHTS OP INDBPHNDBNT ORDER OF ODDjd'tisky Council No. 540. Meets second Stated assemblies first and Thursdays in month third northeast corner of Washington and Jackson streets. Sandusky Lodge No. every Monday evening. Jirie Encampment No. Fridays in eacli and fourth Wediuvdnys .of month at Odd Fellows' Temple. SandiisJiy K. of I'. Lodge No. 12S, Instituted 1S77. Meets every Mon- day evening at Cookc's block.' first, and third month. Sandusky Bay Rebecca Lodg--; No i first and third Wednes- I and. Wednesday for drill Garficld Co. No. 13. Meets first Wednesday of each month for bu.ii- Robert Bcebe of Huron aven- ue, has as her guests over Labor 'Day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Payne and cbjldTe'ii -of Cleveland. Mr. Charles 'Lockwood entertained several out of town quests and othor at a sailing party, 'Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Binns and daughter Neile Binns of San 'M.ateo C'al arrived in the city Friday, (o be the guest? of friends. Cor several months. The Misses Oliva and Sylvania >ox. who have been engaged in Uiaitiaun.ua work with the Ladies' Spanish orclieslar during the sum- mer, returned Saturday Miss Dorothy Scheuflor of Cleve- land is the suest of .Mrs. Ed. Slenh- ens. days of eac! GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS Kric- No. o-u9. Meets first and third at Coolie's Block. KXIG-UTS OF tection Tent. No. 7. Instituted Sen- Meets first and third oise o. 3239. .Meets first and thfrd lemier. Meets first and third Tuesdays of each mouth at 212 Co-! Tliurslays of each ruonMi at (J07 Mar- lu minis Avenue. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES Aerie No. 4'H. Meets first and third Thursdays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FOR- Sandusky No. TW. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays ir> on Columbus each month at hall, Avenue. MIS.H Eda Scham-p left Saturda- for Inrliama polls, Jnd. where she will be I he guest of 'Mr. and .Mrs. Will Buderus. Mr. Henry Hom'lwrger of Cnya- hoga Falls. 0. is spending Sunday at his home here. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOO every Wednes- day at 136 Columbus Avenue. I- 0. R. Council No. 151. Meets every Wednesday at 531 Colmnbiig Avenue. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HON- Progress Lodge 'No. 1-ISS. Meets first and third Wednesdays of each month at COT Market. Bay city Lodge No. 1G99. second and fourth Fridays of each niomth at G07 Market. AMERICAN INSURANCE ONION Chapter No. 88. Meets .2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings of each month at 031 Columibus Ave- nue. BENEVOLENT AND PROTFO- TIVE ORDER OF Lodge No. Instituted June, ISP-t Meetfi first and third Tuesdays of Miss Lena Knicger and Mr. Hugo B-GCherer motored to Clyde. Tiffin Fremont and Grcensprings the first of the week. Mr. F. R. Price of Cuyahnga Falls is the over Labor Day guest of Mrs Price at their home on Clinton street. ket street. Uniformed Rank of Protccdnn Tent No. 7. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 007 Market street. Schiller Tent No. 77. Meets second and fourth Thursdays of each mouth at G07 Market street.' KNIGHTS OF ST. mandery No. 49. Meets for business first Wednesday and for drill every Wednesday of each month at Kt. Mary's hall. LADIES OF d'lisky Hive No. Meets first an 1 tliird Thursdays in each monbh at 2 )i. m. at G07 Market street. Reeves Hive No. 9. Meets first and third Fridays in each month at GU7 Market street. LADIES OF l.a Council. Meets first and lhir.1 Thursdays of each month at Co- lumbus Avenue. NATIONAL PROTECTIVE LEO-. TON ERIE NO. fourth! Friday of each month at north-cast! corner of Jefferson and Jackson' streets. ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERN- first, and third Fridays I in each mont-li at north-east, corner 'of Jefferson ami JarUson Mtnvu MODERN WOODMKX OF AMKU1- Camp No. .10 Mei'is first and third Tuesdays in eacli montli at COT Market street. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD No. Til. Mods second ami fourtli Thursdays of each monih at Odd Follows' hall. Uniform Rank No. 3-1. every Wednesday evonini? for drills; at s-ouili-wet't corner of .M-jiiroc. and Fnl- ton streets. (IRANI) AI1MY OF THE Pout No. 19. t'irsl and third Fridays of carh at Coolie's Block, 13G Columbus Ave- nue. McMeens Corps, W. R. C. Meeis first and third Friday afternoon.-' of eacli month at Columbus Ave- nue. Col John T. Toland Post No. Areols) every Monday niiili! at Oliio Soldiers' and Sailors' Home SPANISH WAI! VKTEK San- ta Clara Camp. Mcc.ls liisl and Ihird .Monday evenings of each month at Center's Hall, 53" ColumOms Avrniie. Ladies' Auxiliary U. S. W. V. Mecu5 second and fourth ].'riday cveivin'-.ss cT eac'n montli a! Center's Hall, rrj j C'o- luni'bus Avenue. UNION VETERAN No. 124. M'cetg every Monday ovrniiiK ai Ohio Soldk-rs' and ROYA.L NEIGHBORS OF AMERI- Golden Rod Camp No. Meets first and third Jlomlays of each month at C07 Market, street. FRATERNAL ORDER OF BEARS Sandusky Den No. 2G. meets sec- ond and fourth Tuesday of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. LOYAL ORDER OF Meets every Wednesday at G07 Mar- ket street. COURT NAOMI NO. 9G7 ORDER OF first and third Wednesday each month in G. A. R. ball. ORDER OF EASTERN STARS Eleanor chapter. Meets first and third Fridays of each month in the Masonic Temple. UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVEL- Saudusky Council No. 278. Meets third Saturday of each montli :i.l Odd Fellows Temple. KNIGHTS OF THE M.ODERN MAC- W. Stevens Tent No. Meets first and third Wed- nesdays in each montli at their, hall, corner. Columbus avenue and Madi- son street. SEXTON Co. Har. Phone GOO-W; Bell G58-W DON'T FORGET OUR THROUGH SERVICE TO Always buy round trip Save money. VERY LOW RATES for Lodges chartering special cars to any point on our line or on connecting lines. ELEGTBIG RAILWAY The Beilstein Laundry 680 Market St Phone 182 Con-Con Election is Big Thing in Page Mr. Will Somers of Parkartown is spending Sunday in :.he city. Mr. if. H. Kerr, of Calgara Cana- da, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, B. Davis over Sunday. From 'mark in the blank to the left of the Is, License to Traffic in cover service rendered at special elec- dor the circunisliinces homo n -4- IWOlllll iUH B bt'Cll L'tttCT t lulll illli'J- Capital! Challengers will he permitted to pemience.' 'remain in the voting ylaces during -As you can imagine, f was the time the polls are open. In-1 for.ndb v.ilh what spectators will ibe permitted to re- j president told There was si- main in the polU after the polls are knee fur a while, the iJHoxicanng Liquors. j closed and clurius the time for count- i tho.mhUuIlv smokium his 'ihen me ballot is a little longer than inj; and tallying the 'ballots the avcrasc man's arm. To'be exact, The ehaHcnKers and inspectors it is three feet in length and 10 in-.must be qualified electors of the pro- ches wide. It will taltu a little morcj vinct in which they serve time to mfcrlc than tho usual ballot, The safeguards and regulations to Mr. Josh B. Davis attended the 'fiftieth anniversary of his regiment H> 1st. O. V. T. at tMonroevi'lle, I'riday. 124 survivors present. Miss Emma Von Schulcnburg re- turned to her home in Bridgcbnrg, Out., after a week's visit with Miss Ida Dchnel. Miss Ida. Dehnel and her "uest Miss Von Schulenburg, spent I'nriay in Cleveland. The Misses Edith and Jcnna Biehl leave today for an extended visit with relative? and friends in Mis- souri. Amons the cities they will visit are Rockport. St. Joe and Tar- kio. Mr. John Volliner o[ Jasper, Mich, is spending hig vacation with friends in Panduskv. Miss Iva Rrmisrh of Lakeside was the Kiiest of Miss Edith Biehl. the fin'Et of the njeek. 'Mr. George K. Hein will preach >n pnglish sermon at Zion Lutheran churrh. this morning at it will be hip lai't sermon of the rummer as il'p returns In the Theological inary. Capitol University at Colum- bus Tuesday. Mrs. K. A. Hein. jr.. left flahmlny for Cleveland to be the, over Labor Day guest of Mr. Hem. (nil tlicu one hardly gets a chance lo vote on constitutional amendments niuc'li oftener than once in a genera- tion, so it is not likely Ihere will be! much criticism because of this. The secretary of stale, who is chief election supervisor has arranged with the various county election boards so that, i-clurns willibe forwarded to him election on the more important U'lncml'incnls. As soon as t'he boards get reports from at least one-fourth of the precincts, they will telephone or telegraph the information to secretary of stale. This will be fol lowed by a second report when one- iprevcnt fraudulent voting at this (.lection arc the same as those for regular elections. Roosevelt Forced U. S. Into War With Spain T 1 fell privileged to put the (luestiiui: '.Mr. President, have you any oijji-lion lo ielliir.; UK: was lint; one partii-ulur man respon- sible more than any oilier for laii- ning inln .in irrt.-istiido flame li.e demand for war? 'W. was Theodore- j the quiet but iastan When Baying Butter Buy the Best CLOVER LEAF WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS. 817 Market St. Both 'phones. ANDERSON GO. Ice Cream and Confectionery WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Both 'phones. 121 Columbus Ave. Fully Equipped lo make any and All Repairs. The Ogonfz Garage Geo. M. Muehlhauser, Prop. Agents for CADILLAC AUTOMOBILES Hurley-Davidson and Excelsior Motor Cycles. 121 Jackson St. Sandusky, Ohio YOCHEM FEICK, Props. 225 Jackson Street. C. E. Nicholson Both 'phones 50. L. E. Goosman. SEE THE SANDUSKY VALCANIZING CO. We cany Spark Plugs to fit any type of engine. 131 Jackson Street. x Columbus Avenue. nsevell. ply. Ai i lime All. Udusevell retary of the navy. "I also feel free lo illy duty io say, in -.lev; of ce_ things no'.v going hat it was understood by intimales of Ihe! lale Senator IJanna that the chief] rcyit'on why he. opposed Kuos-.L'Vi-liV nomination for vice president was because ol Kootevetl'.- insolent airl brutal criticism of Pre.sideiil i.McKin- Mr. I.titliEi- Hein is Sun. dnyw.iti, Mr. and Mit. Hcin of'xorth Mr. Wan. Hein of Warren, 0. is spending Sunday and L-jibor Day ai his home on .Monroe street. ------Continued From i'age One------ weie iii'-rcasing in insistence, the war fever being continually fanned by some hot-heads, chief of -whom several men of greal proiiiiiience and "'j influence at Was'liinglon. I refer tot one man in particular: he was more I half of the precincts have" any other reference lo in-i.lHii.s in....... rrouj man: and he. more than ar.v o'hor From tins information, Washington, .was responsible unofficially, it. will proba'Mv Known Tuesday night whether no! Ihe more important amendments have i o icsisi. i nat. man been adopted. The official Irovcrsy w'lh .Spain. I nderstand me: ,1 I'eli fully justified in taking deci- sive aciiurt: my conscience is clear on that score: fiiialm had forfeited her rich I for further coiif-ideralion. The war was a jusl one. so far as the I'll it ed Slates was concerned, and af- ter having; enlered ii.to it 1 did my best to brin" it In a speedy victory for American arms. my grief is owing lo my kmr.vle-.i-re of the fact. tint I could have prevented that war had I been given a little more time., for 1 had lint reliable in- summer here. Great humidity udd- j ed lo the discomfort and two death., i due to bent were reported. Household Goods, Safes and Machinery a Specialty. Bell 'phone 596, Harrison 'phone 61. Bicycle Store will be open evenings until further notice, to secure your bargain prices on Bicycles. See Collins, 626 Hancock St. Both 'phones. nisi .bo made lo the secretary of stale within ten clays after the elec- tion. Each board has been told that its efficiency will be judged 'by Ihe. promptness wilh which it fonvauls the, information election night. The most important of the amend- ments on which returns will be re- ceived are Ihe initiative and refer- endum, welfare of employes, change in judicial system, women's suffrage, primary elections, bond limit for way- on roads, taxation, m'unicipal home rule and liquor license. Kach county election board has i I'oi rnulion that. Spain was about ti, been directed by the secretary of I c'Mictdc home rule to Cuba: and un- diaelv preceding the i .can war. .Mark llanna fiercely n- jsentud these criticisms, and wauled I I (he to I'cmoVM Uooscvell ad.sis'tanl Pecrelary of j-llie navy; but Ibo with i wonderful patience and amiability. j passed l.he matter over in silence, .-lud I never nienlioned it lo others; but Marlr llanna fell iiniicr no .sii'-h n- Isl.niint. Iliinna was nne o! the IV.v men who appi-e- that rarly day what ii'ind a i Koobexelt has proven liiniEcll in Heat Kills Tuo. CHICAGO, Today was (lie hoi.tcst weather I hi.-; When you need help. When you have lost When yon have lo sell. When yon want lo rent rooms or a house. any of your wants need at- tention. A "WANT A n The RKC ISTKR "is a want ad in the home." 3 times for Head for pmlil, use for results. GRILL Chinese American Restaurant. Chop Suey, Yo-O-Man, Lee-Knot. Special Chinese Tea. SANDUSKY, OHIO Cor. Wayne and Water Sts. Rates Reasonable. F. R. Warren si reel, for her miesi. Mrs. Irma Clarkci of Jackson. Mich. Mr. and Kclv-in Arheit are re- joicing over the arrival of a baby dansbtcr. A wedding of interest to a nunrber of Sanclnsky people wa? nolemniizort at Brie. Pa.. Tnesdav morning when Rev. Forrer of the. Park Presbyterioii church- united Miss ICdnn Keilog in matrimony to Aiherl Michel. 'The bride was charmingly dressed iu white marquisette with white picture hat. The young people were unat- tended. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Michel went immediately to house- keeping. Mr. Michel, until recently was a resident of Sandiokv. state to appoint, two chalenger.s and two inspectors for each precinct. i'nfoi'Uiiattly for these appointees they will get no par fcr their ser- vices. This was one of the matters overlooked both by the legislature j and .in making provision for the clef-lion. It is probable 'becaii.se of Ihe fact, that there ia no compensation, difficulty will be experienced in getting personal j to serve in many precincts. I The judges and clerks of the elRC- jlion get. pay for their w-ork. the at- torney general having ruled recent- ly that they are entitled to this. The election board members, how- ever, according to the ruling, i nothing extra for (heir work. Their i annual compensation is supposed lo !S70 Ghas. Funeral Director and Licensed Einbalmer No. St., Masonic Temple Building. 160; residence 33. LICENSED ASSISTANTS, Edward P. Quick, Carl J. Sartor. ICK '-Contractor For Buildings' Both 'Phones. Sandusky and Oberlin. Harr. 235-R; Bell 6. Mr and 'Mrs. Bert Martin spending a few days in Detroit. are From Factory to You, Men's and Boys' Shoes, 2 48 2 98 THE WEAR-U- Shoe Store H. E. GARBER, Manager Branch No, 221. 531 Market St. iS on FOICH and LAWN FURNITURE Big stock of new styles. Great comfort for those who buy this desirable summer furniture. Come in and pick out what you tened at our bargain prices. I'OKCH grade quality with double cane seat, this-nn week only JfUC -Larpe sized Kocker wilb week only......................... SI.98 Jj.-VW.V foot wide, made of hardwood, rientv of room for two. This'week only kind. Made for two rasseng- nr crs. Sfiecial this week only.................... tpO'iui) 4 Passenger kind, this vveek only....................... "The Home of Dignified Credit" J. H. HERMAN 526-528 Market St i   

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