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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - September 1, 1912, Sandusky, Ohio PAGE EIGHTSANDUSKY REGISTER, SUNDAY, SEPT. I, 1912. The treasury of the world’s best music That’s what tile Victor-Yictrola really is. It holds in store for you the best.,music of the entire world—the musical gems of the great masters, the latest popular music, everything you want.    w All yours to enjoy \vhunuv< r and as often as you wish. Doesn't that interest you? Wouldn’t you like to hear your favorite selections on the Victor-Yictrola? Come in at any time. VictorA "icirolas SIS to $1-00. Vici irs SIO to SI OO. And we’ll arrange terms to suit, if desired. T. HATES bu cees sc irs to John F. Renner TA I.KINO MAC HI M; STORE DRINK -(rusta/Uoc^ THE BEST BEER MADE Delivered in cases to your home. KUEBELER-STANG BREWING CO. ■H TAKE OUR ADVICE PROTECT YOURSELF! ORDER YOUR WINTER COAL TOMORROW Coal is scarcer and prices advancing. You know the quality of our coal—none better. SCHADE COAL CO. Office on Waler Street, opposite Illy; Four Station. Phones: — Bell 9; Harrison IOO.    Prompt    Delivery. vie The Best dace to Buy LOADED SHELLS* and- SPORTING POWDER J. J. BUTTS & SON The Fall Season Opens with Specials at The DILGART & BITTNER Co. The first of September marks Uh* opening of the fall season and we are ready for it with the finest line — ■ ii i n —.    °f    goods    we ever had ■.31 H.    fresh    from the mar kets of Grand Rapids and Chicago. Here are a few specials to introduce the new goods. This Dining Tab1? SI Table is made of solid oak with non-dividing pedestal and opens out to 6 feet in length. Top is nicely finished and can be had in either golden oak or fumed oak finish. A regular $15.00 table, special this week at SI 1.90. Solid Oak Buffet $22.50. The cut does not do justice to this buffet. It is all quarter sawed oak with heavy top. Lined silver drawer and large linen drawer and dish cupboard. Buffet is hand rublx ii and polished. Mirror is of French bevel edge 12 by 38 inches. A regular $27.00 value special this week at $22.50._ This Dining Chair at $9.75 for Set of Six. Chairs are all well made of quartered oak, polished finish, strong with good braces. A good match tor buffet and table shown above. A regular $12.00 set of chairs, special this week $9.75. Our fall line of stoves are now ready for your inspection with 150 stoves to choose from. The DILGART & BUTNER Co. 630-532 Market St. Breakfast Table Talk A. .I Schi ller, Dr. Clarence Schi-mniiHk) and Dr. C, D. Puck coils ti-tvi'ti* a committee representing; the Sam!natty Auto club that is “boosting"’ proposal No. LUI, providing Tor good roads. Considerable literature has been distributed. Mr. and .Mrs, Addison Hasted of Buffalo, N. Y.. are the guests of (heir motlier, .Mrs. A. Oehm. Supt. W. C. Appell, of the Hass island Vineyards Co. a plan! resigned Saturday lo accept rim* of several inns that he has had under consideration for some time. Ile lins Im en with the J J a ss Island Co. about six years. .lav A. .Moore, 28 laborer, of Clyde, arrested Friday niga; ior orun.ken-ness, was fined $3 and coats in the mayor’s court Saturday. The Sandusky Motorcycle club, having increased its membership to fifty as the remit of it having taken in eighteen new members Friday night, v\ ill affiliate with the Interstate Racing Association and expects to take the necessary preliminary stops when it meets next Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. Flank Pease and Ramey David, in pinyons of the Roosmmn Transfer Co., were discharged at the conclusion of a hearing in Hie mayor’s court Saturday. They had been charged with assault by Charles Daniels, a chauffeur in tile employ of the Star Taxicab Co., who said that t hey attacked him when he approached the Hake Shore depot where they contend, lie had no right to solicit pa-t ron age. Peaches arrive at boat dock bel wen I and 3 o'clock daily. Price 50c up. Philip Minardi. JUDGE KING, AT PORT CLINTON, IS “LEFT WITHOUT FOOT TO STAND ON” audience with lier from the start and before she had finished she had met every argument advanced by Judge King, aud in the language of the ft tref t, had left him wk bout a foot to stand on. MON KY TO DOAN. On Diamonds, watches, jewelry, bicycles, etc. Low rate of interest. H. hi. Herman, 7 28 Market. St. Miss Millie Rice of South Columbus avenue has been Centennial week in Columbus with friends. WANT TO KUY A HOUSE Want modern ti to 8 room house. (!ivc full particulars, size of lot, price, location, etc. Address “Modern,'’ care Register.    if Wanted—A few girls in corrugating factory. Hindu & Dam Ii Paper Co. IC Read The Register Want Ads House for rent. IIG.OU month, fair, modern conveniences. Six minutes walk from post office. 501 Fulton st reef.    3    I    -3 Tho MAIIAi.a STRAM LAUNDRY ■u tunis ready t<* sn vc yen money and peace of mind tty fine work. BOY WANTED Sixteen years of age or over to work in grocery. Apply of K, care of office. Fall hats. C. C. Hiehl. Loyal Order of Moose! Members will meet in front of hall Monday at 8:30 a. rn. for Labor Day parade. 31-1 Our store will he closed Sept. 2, to observe Labor Day. 'rile Henry Deli md Co., Jewelers. Sop I STUDIO ACAIN OPEN Af it two years study with I.esch-eti/.ky in Vienna Mr. Dimer C. Hteuk-wiil reopen his studio at MOU .Market street, on Monday Sipt. L*. Sop 2-3 I . Marion Miller Mea re George L. Bearej Pianoforte, IMpcorgan, Harmony. (71 a ss OM resumed Sept. IU, lh I 2. Phones, Hell IJT K, Harr. 977-B, Sept I- t-S-1 1-15 FINE LACE CURTAINS! AT 39c A STRIP. Special for Tuesday 2501 salesman's samples of high grade lace curtains to go at I 39 cents a strip. They are I moi th as high as 85.00 per pair. The Hilmar! <Sc Bittner Com patty. NOTR E BOY SCOUTS VII Boy Wen lits will assemble in uniform ut High School play ground ' Monday at SHK* a. in , for Labor Day parade. CH VS K. ST ROCO, Scout Com, . . HORSE KOR SALE Eleven years old, for delivery purposes. Taken in oil a trade. Will sell cheap. Theodore lamber, 807 Water St.    3 ~    ~    I    MIA L .ACI Ii’LDR At Providence hospital. Friday, at 7 15 p in., Willful P. Schuler, aged 24 years, I month ami 4 days. The funeral services will he held 'Monday at 2 p. rn. from the residence cf his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Frederick Schuler, 714 Putnam street. 'Che Rev. Then. J. C, Ktellohrri will officiate atlfl burial will he made at Oakland cemetery. Friends Invited. 1-2. To (Alange Time. Will leave Sandusky August 31st at 12:00 o’clock, midnight, for Detroit hut will not return Sunday night i as heretofore. The Kirby will give an excursion from Detroit to Cedar Point next Sunday and also Monday, September 1 and 2, leaving Detroit at 0 a. rn., returning, will leave Cedar Point at !» IL rn. Beginning Tuesday, September 3, the Kirby wil leave Detroit daily at 7 a. rn. for the islands and Sandusky, returning will leave Sandusky at 2:30 p. in. and will continue this schedule until September 8. 29-30-3 1-1 We give valuable premiums in exchange for our bread wrappers. The Sandusky Baking Co.    7 See the Sanitary High Chairs with remover blo porcelain tray. The Dil-gart A' HI tiler Co. editor Winnie, of the Ottawa county Republican published at Port Clinton, says iii this week's issue of ii in paper, that Judge E. IL King, discussing tile Constitutional Convention’s proposals at Port Clinton one night last week, told why he |--- was opposed-to Equal Suffrage and j The Steamer Frank E. Kirby drew a reply from a Suffragist who} happened to be within range of his voice, that “loft him without a loot to gland on. ’ Editor Winners account of the King meeting is as follows: Tm aday night the constitutional amendments were discussed for the benefit of those interested here by E. H. King, of Sandusky. The school auditorium was used for the occasion and a small but interested audience was present. Judge King was one of tiu- members of the constitutional convention and his thorough understanding of all thai had been done by the convention gave all he Ii ail to say additional interest,. He ran over the entire list. Some lie characterized a of little i import a n ce. others as bad and the majority sis worthy of support. It vvas a masterly analysis of Hu* entire list. of proposed amendments situ} his talk rather emphasized the fact that the general public is illy prepared to vote on these important matters next Tuesday. There is no question about there being two if not more sides to many of these important amendments and not ten per cent of the people know anything about tile merits of any of them. Judge King is opposed to women suffrage and gave more time aud more eloquence to pointing out the, reasons for having taken t ii is stand I Ila ii to any other prepositions. Hefore mounting the rostrum Judge King was introduced to Mrs. Charles Park of Boston, who is making a speaking tour of Ohio iii the interest of equal-suffrage. Mrs. Park had asked permission on the suffrage proposition after the Judge had concluded. The committee in chang* granted the favor and Judge King was pleased to acquiesce. Tile reasons given by Judge King for his opposition to women suffrage were the ones we have heard I rom tilt! first day that women asked for the ballot. He advanced no new | theory, no new objections, but what lie said was said most impressively as well as eloquently and every person present seemed to feel a sympathy for the little woman who was a stranger to all and who was to follow this trained and eloquent speaker who had so mercifully pilloried the cause site advocated. But it was soon seen there was no occasion to waste sympathy on Mrs. Park . She was master of the situation and in a most pleasing manner took up tile points the Judge had made in regular order and riddled them beyond recognition. Mrs. Park had traveled in every civilized country of the world, sire knew the condition of women in all lands. She could tell what equal suffrage had accomplished in Australia, Now Zealand, Denmark and in all lands where the matter has given consideration. She had facts and figures at lier tongue’s end and for more than an hour site gave one of tile most entertaining talks on this subject ever given in Port Clinton. She had her Hospital Douche Powder is a Powerful Antiseptic and Deodorant, eliminating all unnatural vaginal secretions and allaying inflammation. Best remedy known for Leucorrhoea (Whites). Improvement begins with first treatment. It is an Absolutely Non-irritating Germicide, pleasant to use, and without disagreeable odor or stain. Half-pound plain package, with full directions, sent prepaid for $1.00. Potter & Parker, 504 American Trust Bldg., Cleveland, 0. Tailor Made (Ming For loss Hum ready made at the new Jailor Shop, 633 Hancock St. ALEX J. FREEDMAN, Proprietor. A call will be appreciated. Diamonds ON CREDIT Special for this week, $40 Diamond Brings at $35. $10 down, balance on easy payments. IL L. HEKMAN 728 Market SI. Don’t De Hasty Consider When you buy a Water Power Wash Machine, when you buy a Vacuum Cleaner, don't fail to examine our new stock of Electrics, $30 to $100, being demonstrated at our store. Hand power, several styles, from $6.00 to $18.00 f We sell the newDuntley Suction Carpet Sweeper. All positively guaranteed. We still have a few Hammocks and Refrigerators which we are selling at greatly reduced prices. * Ask for Merchants Library Tickets, given with each purchase or equal amount given, when paying a book account. SMITH HARDWARE CO. 634 MARKET STREET. Look Here! m I Now Taxi ('n., locnti'il a1 1)1:1-017 Mark vt st rim! ami equipped with a fine line of Automobiles. The quickest anil lies! sen ire possible. Rates $11.<IO per hour. One-passenger .*»()»; more t Im vt one al -Ae carli. Mileage rates HOC per mile. PEOPLES TAXI CO. OHLY', IHM. FRS A. SKIT/, Crops. 1870    1912 CHAS. J. KRUPP Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer. No. 302 Wayne St., Masonic Temple Building. Telephones: office 160; residence 33. LICENSED ASSISTANTS: Edward P. Quick,    Carl    J.    Sartor. ANDRES & JFR EY FUNERAL DIRECTORS ANI) EM MA LIVIERS Nos. 72T». 727, 729 Market Street; residence 424 Lawrence St. TELEPHONES — Office 400; Night and Sunday calls Harrison 427 and Bell 437. ALL AMBULANCE CALLS promptly attended Lo “MEET ME AT MARTIN’S” Drinks And Ice Cream Quality Candy And Baked Goods Our ice cream flavors for Sunday will be vanilla, fresh peach, chocolate, caramel cream, pineapple ice and chocolate ice. Our baked goods department wins new customers daily. Home baking quality at popular prices. © © © © © © ii; ^ © © ©© PHONE YOUR SUNDAY ORDERS EARLY SO WE’LL HE ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF YOU PROMPTLY. ©©©©©©©©©©©© MARTIN’S Columbus Avenue And Market Street Entrance ;