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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

''m. SECTION PAGES I tic u nnil7A -. m wW ', i . , Lili? l. VOLUME XV. NO. S3 38. MARION, OTIIO SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 18, 1907. PBIOE TWO OENTfi GAME LAWS ARE VIOLATED In Spring-Time Many e Need a Good Tonic Mrs. R. Boyer Writes From H21 Sherman Ave, Evans- cj A . . , -,-... t rt Mr. 0. A.LanJq'ahe,Box 2G, Qoalbury, Ohio, Gives Ilia Ion, III, Concerning Pe-ru-na. Read Her Letter Below: rQYUtlSLy L Jl2Ll1(l2iVQ. I OI1IC tlie WOnCl KJVQV. Experience 'nh Pewa. Head His Letter Below: Marior DAILY V .9 IVllKKUK Peopl r? n . i v . a l .f r '? jg , t Of ton by tho Peoplo Through .( -. Ignorance. STATE GAME JVARDEN Asks for Co-oporation in Pro tecting Fish and Game. Bulletin Issued Containing a Sum marv of Game Laws That arc Most Frequently Violated. ' Stato Ga'mo Warden John. C. Speaks bus nont out a bulletin eon-. taining a Iji-icE summary of tho gnmo laws, particularly the sccti'Jiw most frequently violated. Ho tlfiiiks that thcro should bo co-operation, in ull ipiiirlcrs to' protect lli...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

w AGE EN ii mil U"- W, C. T. U. COLUMN Devoted to the Interest of Christian and Temper ' ance Work, Under the Supervision of Francis WillardW. C. T. U. and Directed by Mrs. Dr. Dugan,to Whom all Communications for this Colnmn Should be Sent. Tho Ohio Loyal Temperance Legion Convention will bo Held In the ami - ,. , " 4ln .,,. nr Tra(te nt Itorlum of the I3oard or Trade, nt Columbus, Juno 2C, 27, 28. Franklin touuty W. C. U U. and L. T. L's are making great preparations and aro looking forward with much pleasure to the gathering together .of tho young people of tho state. Tho annual commencement will occupy a prominent place on the program one evening. Bro. VIolett had teen lu Litchfield less thati a week when he attacked the evils of the town, and he came down upon tho twenty-three saloons of this city with relentless power. It stirred tho city through and through, and people from tHe entire surrounding country and from many neighboring towns Hocked to Litch field to hcur the wonder...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

TOE MARION DiftLY MDtKOR, SATURDAY, MAY Yfl '1007. FA'clE ELE vita imaammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'mmmmmKBBmBMmmmmmmmimrammmfmtummMmmmmvmm 7 t to fS i X t r K . 0mHr.ifiMtttmtfiC(mw ( ( J$6i He ptcssed my hand In Ills strong, honest one tind strode Into tliu ex chango ahead of the crowd. All was chaos), although '.ho trading had toned down to a sullen desperation. So many houses, banks, und trust com panics had failed that no limn knew whether the member tip hud truded with early In the day would on tho morrow be Bolvent enough to carry out his trades. Tho man who had been "long" In the morning, nnd had cold out before the crash, and who thought ho now had no Interest In tho panic, found himself with his stock again on hand, becausO of tho talluie or tho ono to whom ho had sold, nnrt the price cut In two. The man who was "short" and who- a. few inlnnteH before hud been eagerly counting his prollts now knew that they hud been turned to loss, because the limn from Tvhoin ho hail borrowed his Hh...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

a rv fe U; v PAGE TWELVE THE MAIHON DAILY MIRROR," SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1007 . ., ,. , , . jt mm ' - ' - , ? ; eOME OUT T f Beautiful Garfield Park Addition and See the Finest Residence Lots Bver Offered in Marion for Only Two Dollars Down and Then Only SOo TO SI A WEEK. 1L. I no - no no J INTEREST TAXES Mortgage N I j S -L L J J i mm r PAYMENTS During Sickness or Loss of Employment ! .Jll II . BE DOUBLE FREE DEED 01 YOUR ""-" LANDLORD SHIES Bargain Prices $98 to PRICES PLAINLY MARKED ON EVERY LOT. 20 DISCOUNT FOR CASH. $350. $" THE MARION SAVINGS BANK, TRUSTEE, SIGNS EVERY CONTRACT AND DEED. THE BIGGEST CHANGE of your llfo is offered you at Garfield Park addition. You can securo a choico residence lot for only $2 down, and only GOc to 1 per week with A FREE DEED to your beneficiary, in caso of your death before your lot is fully paid for, oven if you have made only one payment. NO EXTRAS , Remember thero is no interest, no taxes and no extras of any kind. GOc to 1 per week is absolute...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

I THE MAlt'ION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1D07. AC1K TlIIUTEBN S3 c S t f IT COSTS MONEY TO CARRY SOME, TOWNSHIPS IN ELECTIONS "While It 1b not generally Known, It la ftevcrthelcsg a fact that Secretary of WaV William II, Taft recently held a efntcrcnr.o with Hon. Ichabod SwackhurnTner, prorcsnor of political oml other economy, ut the Chittenden hotel, 'Columbus, with reforenca to tho eerre(nry"s candidacy for president. The dny that Mr. Taft lert Porlo (Jlleo ho sent wlroless to the professor to meet him nt midnight at ho hostel ry named. Art the professor Is a little bit cau tious about going to Columbus, hd nsked mo to accompany him, which I did. The object of tho conference was ,to moot him at midnight at tho hostel rampalgn "conmIttee In Ohio, as wo learned after our arrival. Had ho Icnorif what howa8 wanted for ho .would have flatly refused to go. There were piesont at tho confer ence whloh lasted for several hours, B'rof. Swaekhammer, Arthur I. VoryB his ttatc chairman, ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

! U h n n S Ml' W W tr6E ttXHifott tititfc MtlftfoK, SATURt)AY.tAY 18 ft07. M0 ft "ft tt g Champ Letter rr 4r vv v Clark's The Tariff Del With Germany- Unfair lo Oilier Nitioni Thoughts on the Higher Lv -The Popular Election of Senators. t tt n n nun u n Bprclnl Washington Letter SO thu Republican Solomons who are runninR tbu AVaidiltiBtnb administration are cooking un , another Juggle with Ufcitnimy om the tnrlff question, nnil Franco It kicking on account of It. Sim Is In nfttlug on "tho most favored nation clause" In the Fruuco-Aujeilean trouty being carried out In good faith. The HeiiUhllcan bigwig bad to knock tm der to Germany, though they tiro try ing to cover up their retreat with u sleight of baud performance, hoping thereby to bide their real backdown from the people, Just as tho ostrich pokes bis bend Into the snnil and tblukH, poor Hilly bird, thut nobody can see tbe rest of bla uuatouiy. Nut Ioiik' Since that double back U'dlng slnion pure stand patter, Hon. Jninei T. S...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

vl '. -wry-T t TWi SH j jgwacjwawowissRex cxxxv?xvjacxxjcc3 EVENTS OCCURRING AT " THE NATION'S CAPITAL An Interesting Letter From the Mirror's Correspond ent at Washington -Occtirrances in Wash- innrfrnn TTrnm a namnei-ntli. Tiirt vt f7jrtti JJ . , v,w. JeXXVXXXX!!WXXVWX Special .Correspondence of the Mirror. v' Washington, U. .C, Miiy 18. j It positively is astounding to people aioro in wsisiiwgiou who Know President Roosevelt, nt short rnnga to lend nbout his popularity in ii.,. ...! v.. n( l'nrm!. mid lllO i'lll'- ' tlier nwny the more popular lie Bccms to be. There must bo some thing iu that saying that "dis tance lends cnclianmcni 10 mo view." The closer you get' to the man the less you will liko him1 for I do not know of one lovablo trait ho possesses, although ho catches many .men by hi impulsive ways o Joing things. Ho impulsively J dells ono man that ho wll do what is wanted of diim, but the minute tho ,iiKin' back is turned, nnd the iwiu who docs not want tho thing done ge...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 May 1907

?W " w '. ." . - ' THE MAEION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1907 TV '" f W"i sjpr4j(,'fw,"rv'r ' -.kl- . mm rmwmmmummtm WMMB j I r . Br, I 1 V . -;js :.'. :,'- i?- ; , . x .-.:' .V$ &,!&&, x . '.' 'J P 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ITTrF--- 7 uc!APneff smt.cn. ,f. ' ; :'' ' . &J '.,-'.',.. '''$ "277?77:7 rT?sJ11''t tfi'""f1i I XV'v ' '" '' ?a. ! " :!l "sr 777TfTrH4yJ tit! flHcf::'"- ".&; -' .:.;i' :'$' f i,rf. . JlfffffffhU BUYS ft X ''i;vt'- " , VT-. J PftYS FOR IT. ar: 6f : fe- I W N INTEREST 'ff GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY to become a property owner in South Mayion, right in the very center of the greatest real estate movement of the year, and where the full force of the many thousand dollars, now being spent for public im provement, is being felt. SOUTH -WE -G The splendid new "close in" allotment, with all the improvements of city lots, and at prices at half that property around and adjoining is being sold for. Lots from $25 to $100. No interest. Terms: $1 down, $1 per wee...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

," "f 1) . ( iV" The Marion1 Daily Mirror VOLUME XV. NO. 239. MARION. OniO MONDAY EVENING. MAY L0, 1907. PRICE TWO OENTR tffieqw w iwyyn' nt? vpf-'" TVf-ci,wwy'vrnfV'' - ? Wrr T,ayr f 4 ft v ' I! n v ! F TEMPERANCE FIGHT w. PUSHED Prosbytcrian General Assembly Votes to Take up the Question Wednesday Patent Medicine Adver- tisements May be Tabooed by the Assembly. Columbus, 0., May 20. -The temicrnnco question ciuno to tho ihoJit witli thc opening of Mou day'u session or tho General Pres byterian Assembly. Tho temperance vommittco referred back tho ovor tmes, sivjjportitig tho Anti-Saloon League, to tho cqinmiateo on billa Unil ovorowrcs and Dr. Ira Landrith chairman of( tho cominitlco asked that tlio assembly change tho regu lar order o business and tako up the teiiipornnco matter, Wednes day. Tho assembly so vpted over tho objection of Moderator Rob erta. Tho question Is, Shall tho Pres byterian church endorse tho .plan CLAIMS RATE HAS Commissioner of Corporations will Haul the Sta...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

V I ilTWO. THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, MAY 20, w ww m 11 iiiiiubi 1907. ( 5VH1AT DOE8 QVfoNAOTIC ftIj)$g mrnimm I T i n n IN TEN. DAYS Pittsburg's Y. W. C A. ecured $300,000. fCpWWBUIIIDING They Thereby Obtained an Endow ment of $200,000 from H. C. l-'frick Exciting Incidents. Pittsburg, May 20. Following a whirlwind popular subscription cam paign' of ten days. Hie nvwibors o( tho young Women's Chrlstluir ussocl ntlon .of this city have ralBcd a liullcl ins I"nd of over JtfOO.OOO, thereby f'arnlriij an endowment fund of $200,. 000 from H. C. Frlek for Mi purpose of building a large permanent home for Ike association In Pittsburg. Seldom has such a remarkable campaign been conducted here and PitUburgers were given many sur prises by. the young women In the manner of collecting funds for a no ble purpose. ' As the -tlmo drew near the close, lacking several thousand dollars of the required amount. It became In tensely exciting. Hourly bulletins were posted on a large banner which ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

UWTT','"" '"V,, t& THE MARION DAILY MIRROR', MONDAY, MAY 20, 1007. PAQIKOUm, Sjffi.Byif,WPrlp,:f ift'vwwj SK ( t T M 14 SnMHMMHWHH Sprains Quichiy Cured. IJntlm tho parts freely with Chnm berlnlii's Pnln Ilnlni nml give tlioni absolute rest,' nnil a quick ruin Is corlnln, . Kor sale liy nil druggists. E FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matlnco MAY 20 MANHATTAN NEWSBOYS QUARTETTE MANLEY a STERLING In Original Comedy SHetcK BILLIE DURANT Chinese Musical Artist. JOHN H. MACK Black Pace Ranjolst E. P. ROWE Tenor, Illustrated Song. Powers' Cameragraph "How Snaan Tasted the Wino" and "The Spy." The Orchestra with their Overtures Two Shows Nightly, 7:30-9:00 TICKETS IOo AND 20c. Scats Reserved by Calling j) Mill TM nsiM iV uiuzens mono usu. OHLS WALL PAPER Legal Tender Flour guaranteed to givo salisfnc tion or your monoy rofunded. As!: jour grocer for it. The prieo is now $1.40 per Sack If you want u Flour for less mionoy try KNICKERBOCKER at $1.30 also guaranteed to plea...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

"" -"-- if ' PXaE roun. THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1007. ' , , r . THE Daily Mirror. V. BURGESS ....Bualnes Manner A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor (ADVERTISING RATES FUKNffiH- yhi? paper rcculvi th 6cripi McRae Tclcgrnplnc Kewt Bemee and Markot Ucport RATES Q SUBSCRIPTIONS. Bing'.o Copy .mr.nonw zo B'or Week liy Carrioo . .-. .-o:err lOo fty Mail, per year -.- $4.00 Bemi-Weekly Mirror, por year $1.00 Both Pbonen r "i No. 0 Weather for Ohio: Fair tonight; frost In exposed places In northern and c-eni il portions; Tuesday fair and sllgntly waimer. Kaisuli docs not caro tnuch who tries to nssitmo tho leadership in Morocco, as long aa ho remains bos9 of tho bandit machine. Secretary Tort's mother docs not wish her son to make Iho Presiden tial campaign. Still, at might bo the making or tho hoy. Tho only trouble, an Montenegro it is said, is tliat Iho Pxinco is trying to override tho Constitution. My, My I .Suppose wo Americans .should fuss over a little ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

THEJMAR10N PAIhYMIRttOtt,HY,MAYjo,J007 ( i i A 1 M 4 J' ; 1 I Thinking About I Your Spring Let us show you then look around if you want to. We are enthusiastic over tin's clothing; know it is right, perfect in every way. Satisfy yourself look. It's n ' pleasure to show this clothing. Special $9.98 Suit Sale Regular $12 and $15 Suits for $9.98 Sec Display in Show "Window. Complete Line of Spring Hats, $1, $2, $3 113 South Main AT HIGH NOON Rtv. Buerkle Unites Vernon A, Hecker and Marian Criswell Miss Marian Crlswcll and Mr. Vern on A. Hecker were married at noon, Sunday at tho homo of the grooms mother, Mrs. Mary Hecker, on Wind sor street. A small company of .ol atlyoa and Intimate friends witnessed the ceremony, which was holemnl.cd by Rev. C. E. Buerkle pastor of tho Gorman M. 13. church. Doth aro vail known young people, the groom being a machinist nt tho Marlon Steam Shovel company. They will reside on Mound street. 1 1 Pineapples Ripe Wo linvo all sic.s and prices aro cheaper. ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

jljjpfTnwv'? " r k.v, ?-pr -WW! AOE SIX THfe MA&ON D"aMjV MTrM, MONDAY, mJSST 2"(J,'To57 rt- u iFpipfBiief! Union Station Time Card ---- , EFFECTIVE .IAN. 1, 1807. ii i Hi iFm t WgHMjji 'i'ilgHSiasaHgawff NORTH BOUND. No. II 7:00 m No. 33 10:25 am Ko nc 4:20 pin No. 37 10:C0 pm No. 39 C!10 nl OOUTII nOUND. No. SO C:t0 am No. 38 7:20 am No 32 10:25 am No. 34 1:35 pm No. 30 - 7:1C pm Dally. No. 38 starta from Marios No. 39. stops &t Marlon. No. 39 will lw Columbus at m on Sundays. ERIE RftlLROllB No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am No. 8, New York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... 0:33 pm No. 1C Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm C. & B. DIVISION. Ko. 9, Chicago Exprcs.... .12:55 am No. 3, Vostlbuled Limited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Kxpress...l:lG am '. 3, Vestlbulod Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally, n Dally xcet Sunday. Now York Central Linos BIG FOU...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

flrvy Ji THti MAETOtf DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1067. iAOE SEVEN. A n 26 ,5-J m A Real Estate - v. HMBMMWHWMMMMM iaMMMMBWWilW"WiMM!PMWMHMHWWWMWMM I P-M lllMIIWIWWWBaWI Ml II U WW WW i MM 1 1 1 1 IUMII11IW Wlllian i mijiwiMill !!! llllllllWHIIIWWlWtWI'lil illlWalWWniHWJKlJWII llll IIIMllWWJIMIIPIIIimillllimilMIIIWIHHIIIWWIIIIJMWIWlW irWSwwWMWWWWWWEWWJWWWMJW WMP IP.II ! 111 II II I ! HIIMHWItlJIMiUni W WMIMII I II Mill III llll IMIIllMWWWiMIWI ! IWWWWWMWI Ml I I IMI ! ! WW WIKW-IH WJIWMWI Wfyil IkIIWWWiii1 PSM F 90L1 Immmmmmm fcwrEi i imwwwwwwwmwwmwmmwmwwwwwi"w" i i ii i mtmmmmKmmmmmtmmmmmin i i ' w www iiiji n wiim urn 1 1 i 1 i in i.iii i i hi m iimi mi j nimrwwnT fipniwi iiiiim pf -jSCWl ft sir Klj.1 Vl m J?4r If I mS ft B B B H$ $HC ft 4 S t ,f Do not PS?Tf!?5??"2f!?w? K fctdflfete - OIIDINANGB NO. 2C 'Co vacate v1 an alley between lota No. 731 and "745 and 7-1G and 140 In tlio City of Marion, Ohio. WliorcaB on tno lth day ot March, 11007, a potltlon by persons owning lots In ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 May 1907

Vt 5jps H,ifp iipJflwr(ME"$Vfl,' .frrt fclljyy.wny" n w " ' J'lliwiWwwiiW'il'i r PAOB EIGHT ' te KLEINH1AIERS Children's, . nm. JiPSslfe- THE LITTLE INDIAN SUIT Patterned after the regulation rough-rider suit, made of a fair quality of tan drilling with neat red trimmings and brass buttons. Price 50c a suit. Sizes up to 12 years, KLEINMAIERS Sore Nipples. 'Any mother who has had exper ience with this distressing ailment wll bo pleased to know that a euro may bo affected by applying Chamber. Iain's Salvo as soon as tho child Is lono nursing. Wipe It oft with a soft cloth, before allowing tho babo to nurse. Many trained nurses use this salvo with best results. For Balo by all druggists. Big success at Beautiful Garfield Iark Add. 51 lots snapped up in tho ruin storm at the opening of this superb property. Only 51 now to offer, but every ono a full 40 foot beauty. Come out right away and get yours. at MAY FESTIVAL ( EXTRA VALUES Muslin Underwear Muslin Sllirts, special 98c values at 48...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 May 1907

M c . - The ario ks xl JL 1 Daily . .. 4. A i r i i u -h ? fy VOLUME XV. NO. lidO. 1AKE STEAMER BURN ' ..W Five lives are Known to Have Been Lost in the - Disaster Which Occurred in Mid Lake- Other Vessels Rescued Passen gers and Crew. Four Coal Passers Burn in the Hold of the Vessel Before Aid Could Reach Them A Detroit Man the Other Vic- tim.Captain of the Vessel Proved Himself a Hero, was the Last Man to Leave the Boat Crew and Passengers " Were.Cool in,the Face of Danger. Grand Haven, Mich., May 21. Tho passenger steamer Naomi, ot ' tho Crosby lino, running between thh point and Milwaukee, bifrncd to the water's edge, early this morning, ii PROTECTIONISTS WILL FIGHT SECRETARY TAFT Cannon,Fairbanks and Foraker Visit the American Pro tective Tariff League Headquarters to Solicit the Support of That Organization. New 'York. .Ofay 21. -Speaker 'allium' visit yesterday to the headquarters of the American Pro tection Tai'ifl' League, in connec tion with .the recent visits of Fuir- tb'...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 May 1907

wwwrfwrnF' ir T'T.'i'VTtf, .mzvr.TL-.w i frAOE TWO THE IUAH&ON DAILY MnSfiOK, TtTESffAft, MCT flT, MoT m fa MMrtM M! ' ' t . k Is" NlWVENIRE be Summoned in the Haywood Trial. s VERYiStQW WORK. ry -t i.i ln Sixteen Talesmen Were Examined at Monday's Session and Excused s ' foi Various Reasons. ' ' Boise, Idaho, May 21. It seems In evitable that the Stennenbers murder trial must be bHlted again today to permit the gathering or another spe cial veulre of talesmen. When .Mon day's session ended only 11 out of '20 peremptory challenges had been nat'd and only ulne of the fOU Veniremen gathered a week ago remained un called. The remaining nine will hardly furnish grist for a day's work, co 'some time to-day Judge Wood will probably atljouru the trial for at least a full day and tend Sheriff Hndi;lri forth In quest of BO additional tales men. The vacancy created by the ninth challenge, made Saturday, was open when the trial was resumed Monday morning; the vacancy created by the elevent...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 May 1907

f c 1 I 1 fc k Kir "'-V'A-1 UliL ALL OK Ot.K SHOE U1LLS THAI Will be Left at YOUR HOUSE THIS WELK. MEET US FAOE TO tacit. "WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT OXFORDS BEATTY&LONG The(jkifcY3alts and Small Profit' Shoemen THE MARION DAILY 'MIRROR, TUESDAY, MAY. 21,. 1007, H MMMMMHHHIWMa TllMmMBMW Marjton,, City Dirqctory. Wn (ins cuiivflBHlng tho city for reg ular Issue of tho directory for Jcar 1U07. II I,. POLK & CO. C-21-Gt TEACHERS WILL MEET ATPDMN-BAYINJUNE -10 PER OENT SAVING BY THE NEW PROCESS VISIBLE. Call mid nee the New Process Vi-ililo gas raugo Mi opcrnlion nt MeCInin's. They are gas savers. FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matinco MAY 20 MANHATTAN NEWSBOYS QUARTETTE MANLEY a STERLING In Original Comcijy SKetcK BILLIE DURANT 0hlnc30 Musical Artist. JOHN H. MAOK Black Pace Banjoist E. P. ROWE Tenor, Illustrated Song. Powers' Oamcragraph "How Susan Tasted tho Wino" and "Tho Spy." The Orchestra with their Overtures Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00 TICKETS lOo AND 20o....

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 May 1907

H222 5 ' xge roua f--- THE MAMON .DAILY MIRROR, - TUMID AY, MAY 21. 1007. 35 " " i. ij. . i l ... r . ... - i , - - l. ' Ev THE Daily Mirror. J. HUUUK8F Rimlne lausjt A. C UOI.I.ANM .. .R11U F. M RMRTUONM Htj Editui lAJWEWTlMM KrtlKo KUUNWH v.ti n' VIMMJCAr ON c4Jl-T&lemHS7ri Thl )H"" nveivM lb oeripp Mclta Tflt-.'n.pl.! Mw. Bertie nd Market l,'l..:1J'K HATES OK SUBSCItlPTIONB.J Bing'.C t'oilj ibw 2t For Week i.v Carrier .,... -.-- 10c By Mail, per year -.- $4.00 Btmi-Weckb Mirror, pfcr year $1.00 Both Phone No. 9 Weather for Ohio Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday. Slowly ris ing temperature, possibly frost to night In contral and Bouthotstorn portions. Bellamy Storer w to summer at Back .Bay. Quite appropriate for n back number. The prosperity CJiat simply ignor es what is failed a panic, must bo "tho real thing." A letter would juvt iibout have had 'time enough to come'" from Washington to Marion. , f Brainstorms are characteristic of Ohio republicans, just now, partic ularl...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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