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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio TNI MANSFIKLD NCMMk SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1910. BERING'S Found on the dinner table? Yesterday's Boy Coats, Suits and Millinery Here j Tonight tl ASSORTMENTS ARE YET VERY COMPLETE AND DOZENS OF STYLES TO SELECT FROM, WITH PRICES MARKED MOSTLY A HALF AND ON MOST GARMENTS MUCH LESS THAN HALF. Children's. Coats, that sold up to Misses' and Children's Coats, that sold up lo Ladies' Long Black Broadcloth Coats, many of them silk lined and sold up to Ladies' Fine Broadcloth Coats, that sold up to Ladies' Fine Coats in black broadcloth or fancy mixtures and sold up to S. MAXWELL CO. Great i Continues Tonight ow The employes of the Mansfield I.ostoffiee, together with their fami- lies, to the number of seventy, en- jojed a banquet at o'clock Fri- day evening at the banquet hall of tue Mancr'o temple. It was the first socifi! gathering of the kind, and It was such a decided success that tnolher may be expected in the fu- ture. A fine banquet was served, the guests being waited upon by the Misses Gecevieve Laird, Ruth Burne- son. Gertrude Casey, Delat Mitchell snd Marie Endly. Following the banquet, George Pteiffer acted as toaatmaster, and M. W. McFarland H. B. Kline responded to toasts. All Furs Heavily Reduced for Quick Selling Tonight One' lot Black Fox Muffs, the Now One lot Black Fox Scarfs, to match, regular price Now MILLINERY AT QUICK-SELLING PRICES THAT ARE A SMALL FRACTION OF REGULAR VALUES. Ladies' All Sweaters in white. g8c Ladies' Gray Flannelette Skirt Patterns 170 27-inch All Wool White and Gray Mansfield council, No. 33, United Commercial Travelers, will give a social and dance to the members of the council and their families at the K. of P. hall this evening. The reg- ular meeting of the council was held this afternoon Instead of in the ev- ening. 1SJ I COMING AND GOING. ___Harry McCray, of Ashland, was here today calling on friends. Frank Long, former mayor of Shel- by, was in the city today on business. E. C. Lcibig and Victor Vantilberg, of Ashland, called on friends in the city today. Grant Aungst, the Bellville attorney, was In the city yesterday afternoon on legal business. Edward R. Bryant left last evening for Chicago, III., where he will spend a few days with friends. F. A Rader, of Chicago, was in the city today calling on friends and looking after some matters of busi- ness. Miss Nellie Kaylor has returned to her home at Loudonville, after spend- ing the week with relatives and friends in this city. Mrs. W. B. Trisler, of North Main Btreet, left this morning for Chicago, 111., where she will visit with relatives and friends for a few weeks. Dr. Emily D. Smith, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Knofflock, of West First street left this morning for Berea, Ky. Arthur Van Antwerp returned last evening from Bucynis and Gallon, he has been visiting with rela- tives and friends for a week. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hill, of Hllls- vllle, Pa., will arrive here this after- noon to be the guests of James H. McCreary and family, of South Main street Fred H. Wharf, of Sherman avenue, left this morning for Chicago in the interest of his flrm, after spending a four -weeks" vacation at his home in this city. Mrs. L. V. Mills and children, who have been her parents. Mr and Mrs. Waisseraore. of Matron ave- have returned to their Home at Burton. ?.iiss Marjraret Slattery. of North Jiiamond Direct, has returned from Charlotte. N. Y. -ahere she has been visiting with relatives and friends for Frank H Tanner and H. IV. Fish re- turned 'ast from Columbus. hmo attending the f-r meotirs of Ohio Grain association W H and family have ar- rived iho city from Allegheny. Pa, ?rjd wii] honjp on Hartley EiTne VT. has accepted a fwoi'in vjih thp Ohio rom- j. narr Goortrc Briod- in Jrfi ihi.s inomini: for Hot ArV where thoy trill spend a risvs rfforc to other on a hiintine trip Stajed Gates's Wrath and Made Xcw Play in Bridge. It wasn't the stake involved tnat reused A. B. Hudson, a Wall street plunger, to invent the heart sand- wich, for money means little to him. It was vaunting pride in his ability to play bridge- John. W. Gates, John A. Drake, Hudson, popularly called and a broker were whiling away a long evening in a small game In the private room of an uptown restau- rant. Six or seven men whose names are familiar in Wall street were pres- ent. Opposite Hudson Gates, Drake was paired wfth the broker. Gates's natural quickness of temper had not been Improved by the luck in which he and his partner were playing. Finally it came to the rub- ber and it was a heart make. About five leads had been made when a heart was plajed. "Huddy" laid a club upon it. Gates lifted his j ejebrows. When more trumps had been ignored by "Huddj" Gates burst out with: "For the love of Mike, j roan, haven't you got a "No, I responded Hudson sharply; "don't you suppose I know how to Then with his heart in his shoes he sljly "skinned" his hand. There, scaring at him from behind another card to which it had stuck was the ace of hearts. He had revoked five times; they were playing for a dol- lar a point, and as each revoke penal- ized him three tricks ami as the heart make counted eight, he and his part- ner were facing a loss of on the deal. me a sandwich, he or- dered the waiter. "1 feel sort o' faint" "Aw, go on, play the com- manded his partner. "What's the use of prolonging the "All he responded, but as he reached for a sandwich he let cards drop Stooping, he inserted that fatal avc of hearts between the s'ices of what had been a chicken sandwich and devoured 5t. As he as chewing it he looked at his cards ;md bioke out- "Hey, I only go., two carus." And two was all that appeared in his hand. Each of the others had tliree. "It looks like a misdeal." remark- ed "Huddy." nonchalantly: "too bad. tin't And it declared a pvsdeal. An acute attack of indigestion kept him in for the nrxt tuo days, flu', he he'd do it again raiher than face the and cnrses that otherwise woiiM have his lot. As it ine others tlie J dinner when he rxj.iamed the joke he had played upon New York V.'orld. ARE YOU RCAU1A JOCKEY f I Cotton Sweaters at 98c 27-inch Kimona Silks, 75c values... .400 i lot Applique Dress Trimming's, 750 to values....................500 Ladies' Alma Mufflers, in white only 150 Feather Pillows, 18x25 inches......480 Ladies' Fine Black Mercerized Petti- coats ,...............8gc i lot Plain and Fancy Dress Goods. 750 to values.................500 Ladies' %-length Sweater Coats... .790 36-inch Good Unbleached Muslin... .6c Rolls Good White Cotton Batting Go on.Sale it with you for 50 a roll. We will deliver it for 6c a roll. "MEET ME AT MAXWELL'S" ass Bismarck and 3. Bismarck had an intense aversion to 13, but a veneration for the num- ber 3. His reasons for bis pre- dilection were lost be served three wasters; he was responsible for and fought in three great wars; be signed treaties of peace; be arranged the meeting of three emperors; be es- tablished tba triple alliance; in the Franco-Prnsslan war three aorses were killed under him; be bad three names (Bismarck, Schoenhausen and Lauen- be acquired three titles (count, prince, the ancient arms of his family are a leaf of clover and three oak leaves His family motto, "In trinitate robnr" ('Strrngth In trin- was surely in itself sufficient to jive ft leaning in this particular dlrec- llon. So closely were his feeliugs as Bocialpd with the triple number that be caricaturists represented him wltb three hairs on his head. He bad three children. [Now that Cold, Rough Weather Has come, you will need GOOD, HEAVY SHOES, RUBBERS AND ARCTICS one but a girl can do remember the gang of kidders got lungs; for instance, a girl can wear on to me there nefore Christmas auto veil with the air of just j Ly stealing my turl.e.. out of the of- I raving stepped from her own [fce at the court house and then chine, when her present possessions prospects couldn't sending back a sort of skeleton made up of feathers, etc. That turkey I want to left a will and attached to the wiil was a According to Mr. Turkey's will n was left to me to his nntimelj taking cff. The codicil contained a pro- Vision to the effect that I take out from the of Milt Coniey. deputy in tbe office and this rnd future cashed for some be WE HAVE THEM AT THE IUGHT PRICE. Merts-Kirk pa trick WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP I did when be for last month's i jouns .-i rr i [worth of s-aiisfad' Jdollar bill wh.cii v Coniey 1 to do with turkey." bis ordr r I gave the for one dollar's in place of the coming to him. had someiblng ng away of niv Ladies' Storm Rubbers. 40 Cents. We hm-c a few pairs in second qual- ity, to cK this iot. as we ar-' not mg to carry them in future only in first quality. Have pint this low price to e them quickly. 40 cents a pair, all sizes DARROW'S SHOE STORE. THE ABnST-VABUIXJt AT WOES. You niay passengers and tbe safety of his ship, i.'an who te a a] 1'- in a I.a'.as' on letter w rf-ct "il sure I cronnds for dirorce. 1 positive that yon bare deceived me Mr. in tbe world von mean? I ione to aronpe such a Mrs wmorandnni In your ,-wckK tbif buy new ribbons for joar mo Oi laTn Experienced Clerk Wanted be able to write Artistic Show Canis. This is a demand from llic up to-date business house. Are you prepared to filf tiip It not, attend" the .NIGHT TbASS jxjsition? Mansfield-Ohio Easiness College and thus equip yoai-self for an in Indii tions to Ar Class Tuesday. ns from eevrn lo nine. An imiUMion K in any of lal Art to tli ii'T monixli 25-. cept Orrr ver tall. HolJ by Deal ac- lo old or T. vT- 'RhPTI lhftv In piihlK' A CT- j tain wo'iid j to wnnr a droppfxJ I Into oiir one day 10