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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 29 May 1907

ro fl fl-'- & The VOLUME XV. NO. 247. MARION. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUAY a), 1907. PKIOE TWO OENTCS Marion Daily IRROR n a X V ',r i REMAINS REST BESIDE , OF MARTYRED Simple Funeral Services Saxton McKmley Were Held m lanton and Body Rests in the Great Vault. No Funeral Sermon Preached, Simply the Ritualistic Ser vice of the Church was Read by the Pastor of Mrs. Mc Kmley 's Church-President Roosevelt and Many Other Government Officials Attend Services-Room in Which the Body Lay was a Mass of Red and White Carnations. Cnnton, 0., May 129. -The f mi- cnvl ot Ida oexiou .ucivuuuj, widow of former Trasident Me Kinlcy, Wednesday afternoon, was Minplo ns her life llnd been. No Mrrmoii was preac-hod. Rev. 14. 0. Buxton pastor of her church, read a simple sory.Vo mid a little later. Iho plain casket was placed in the. vault at West Lawn cemetery, where the body of the kad presi dent had been. In tho house, white carnations banked 4ho room on cither .side. These were the flowers feho ...

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. — 29 May 1907

r?twTrwarTr'sB' " 'iTW,r v'(MPT",rr" rj f f Bjr - "ff Y J- THE MARtott D-Atii MlRROR, WEDNESDAY. MAY 29, 1007. 4iii mWttoMu MaoMafthwMMMi iiii iMs WHEAT 13 UP. AROUND OHIO. OLD 50RES FED AND KEPT OPEN i r , HE VETOES IT. Mayor McClellan Objects to Public Utilities Bill. ES HIS REASONS He Says the Effect of the Bill Would be to Vest Too Much Power in One Political Party. New York, May 29. Mayor Mi-del- lfiu on Tuesday recorded Ills official disapproval of Hie public utilities hill, which, he a tut back to the legislature where, it In expected, It. will be re pasted without Die mayor's signature In a memorandum accompanying t lie mchsure the mayor explains ilia' While ha Is In accord with the general principles embodied In the bill It is a a whole so destructive of the principle oi home rule that but one course was open to him. TIiIr was his basic objection, but tho mayor adds, In effect, that such legis lation would result Inevitably In thu appointment of partisan commission ers, who...

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. — 29 May 1907

mjrrV?' rr' -rr 1FW7 Ff" 7 '""lFW AH'Jf W'W -'l ""-J ft '"I -? V' r 1 pacii 'mm TllE MARION DAILY MIRRQlC WEDNESDAY. MAY 20, 1007. "f; T " ' ( V A Y . Tjl, Meet Us Face to Face We'll Treat You Right Or) s o (L. x o PATENT GUN METAL ' KID. STRAP SLIPPERS Women's high "pike," or low, or medium heel Oxfords, from $1.25 to $3.' Men's genuine, original soft and durable asbestos shoes, $1.98. BEATTY & LONG, Quick Sales and Small Profits Shocmcn. FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matineo MAY 27. FRANCIS SWARTZ & CO. In Her Sensational Playottc, "The End." THE EARLE SISTERS Character Changing, Wooden shoo Dano:ng and Singing. THE BEATTIES Club Juggling and Hoop Rolling BUD FARNUM Musical Comedian. E. P. ROWE Tenor, Illustrated Song. MUSIO 'BY' ORCHESTRA" Powers' Gamoragraph Mov ing Pictures. Ladies' Special Matineo Tuesday and Thursday. Children's Matineo Saturday 'SJ.NJIO 9 Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00 TICKETS lOo AND 20c. Scats Rcsorvcd by Calling Citizens' Phono 380...

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. — 29 May 1907

- r -ra t4f -1f iW&tflf" ---4 """ ' .'..lk,...Ty,,J,alfciijIVrtJ., WW i. XwUBv.) n-i page rotra THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1007. is r Daily Mirror. P.;UUIUJKSb .HiHiMM Manssr ILjG UOI.LAND Editor FM. AUMSTHONfl. City Editor yjJYEHTlSINU KA i'ES KURNTSH- ,EU ON AMPLICATION Dnnei receive th Bcriprw- UMfa Telegraphic KlffJ Bom&B Market iteiwru. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION!). Bins1-0 Copy mriniKc "o For Week by Carrier . . . . 10o By Mail, per year .-.- $4.00 Bmi-Weekly Mirror, por year $1.00 Both Phone . . No. 0 WKAT1 1 Hiq--Unsettled, weather tonight and Thursday; probably occasional Bhowors. Warmer to night in souther:) portion. Tho Forakcr lion and the Tuft lamb liavo changed their minds Bellamy Stover, Poullncy Bigo !ow J. Ralph Burton mid E. 11. llarvinian avc all keeping very quiet theso days. Tho retirement of Castro.-f-rom tho game, lis much more important than tho death of the littlo South Acrlonu ruler would be. Tho report i donied ithat the Pa cifiio eoast...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 29 May 1907

WEI .fcf' " rmpr , j'fV"' -fTvnw'fllfna -flTf C r ( ( y V r k i' i . (' .. Maybe You're Getting Good Cigar-Maybe Not Troublo is you can't always tell you tako a chanco and pay your money. Sometimes you get a good smoke and often you get a poor one. ? Yotftcan be mrc of what you're .getting before you emokc it. ' No'matter where you buy your smokes, or what price you pay the fiest cigar for your money you'll find in boxes bearing this Tmnglo A mark of merit. This Triangle A repreents remarkable improve ment in cigar quality. Tho American Cigar Com pany's extensive, growing, buying; storing and manufacturing facilities and costly equipment, sys tematically operated in refining and blending tiio closely graded leaf, have broughtf about this improve ment without increasing the cost Tho only way you can benefit by the better quality thus made available, is to be suro tho Triangle A is Btamped on the box whenever you buy cigars. If you like a rcaWy good domestic cigar wo rgest you try The...

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. — 29 May 1907

"n T.1-.D " V '.'.) I, pr .tf(K vv v. $' vAor. arc: Union Station Time Card EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1307 tlfi(Milli NORTH BOUND. No. 81 7:00 n No. 33 10:25 am No 35 4'W Pm No. 37 10:50 pm No. 39 6:10 pm SOUTH BOUND. No. JO B:60 ain No. 38 7:20 am No 32 10:25 am No. 31 1:35 pm No. 3G 7:15 pm Daily. si. "! No. 38 starts from Mario , No. 39. stops at Marlon. No. 39 will leave Columbus at t pm on Sundays. ER1F RftlLROftfg' No. 10, Chautauqua Kx ..12:45 am No. S, New York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vestlbulo Limited. ...C:33 pm No. 1C Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm C. & H. DIVISION. No. 3, Chicago Express..... 12:55 am No. 3, Vestlbulcd Limited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm 80UTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am '''mo. 3, Vestlbulcd Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally. & Dally except Sunday. flew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. ,,...... ......... 6:40 &m No. 15 No. 19 No. 29 No. 5 ...

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. — 29 May 1907

r wyajPMMB 'fwyfw''' jnrrww!r mwy r -m (??& M ittite. K litM Hi mi i hi ! - - - in iwiihi iwi m-iTT - ' "-TTTT T1 VirrilMTTMilTiaiii ilrti itflifrti ftfcafctf MIDST MANY 'MIRACLES Mcro Hundreds Who Wltttwuotl Ihd Greatest, Grandest and Mos'6 .Marvelous Cures" Ever Effected ( This Oity. V.W. vjaiv rx n"hn' Ttnv Phenomenon Attain Greet ed With Thunders of Applause Prom a Packed Houso as Ho Mado the Blind See, the Doaf Hear and Lame Walk at tho drand Last Night. Marion is Wild With Excitcmcn't and the Boy Phenomenon and His Wonderful Magnetic Power io the Cause-He May Now Bo Consulted at His Private Office, at the Majestic Hotel. (T For iho second time this week jl n,..i nnnr-i house was on Tuesday night again crowded to its . ti , . I.nnl Iltl 1 Utmost eapaciiy ny our '"-' -zens. News of tlio wonderful curc3 performed by the Boy Phenomenon at his previous demonstration trav eled fast and fnV,. and long beforo tllfi iimo of opening 'surging mass df humanity was congregated in front...

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. — 29 May 1907

-.-. gMiJWjjf-Sf - rv s- ' jt"t - 3 - r- i-ii-re- ?--. u I 1 PAGE EIGHT THE MAKION DAILY MIIlitOR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1$07. tt'-KVt.' . r r- , J HI t i fl t I ff 5 E f ' ft l " f $i ?' m u w, IT KLEINMARKS. STORE OPEN THIS CLOSED SWELL NEW FOR DECORATION DAY NECKWEAR-A big shipment just in. workshop of this country's very best makor. PRICES 25c, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Marion's largest selection including tho world famous Manhattan at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and tho "Eclipse" at $1.00 and $1.50. Other makes from 50c up. TANOY HALF HOSE -A splendid assortment in both foreign and domestic wear. 15c to $1.00. ; LEATHER BELTS In great values at 25c and 50c. WASH VESTS Single silk, linen or cotton fabric3 $1.00 to Un RINiriA1RD I m k. 9 m v 1 1 L MAY USE . LOCAL PLANT Jtol Marion Manufacturing Shops are Proffered.! COMMUTE RETURNS After a Conference with the Erie Officials. r;- . s tl"; Another Meeting of Citizens Is , Called for 7:30 This Evening at the Commercial Club. Tho Commercial Club's commit...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 30 May 1907

M- V r V -r ,& (. i 1 1 1 (.' . ;' ' i St ARION v The M DAILY ERROR. . f i i r i. f. Tf ', L' k . ' - d -v' x-- .' '4 &. v 4V VOLUME XV. NO. 248. GERMANY Herr Muehlberg in Addressing English Journalists, as a Representative o! the Government Says Germany is Not Menacing the World's Peace. He Declares That Kaiser Wilhelm's Only Object is to Open the Doors of the World-Efforts of Foreign Newspaners to Stir Up a Feeling Against Germany Because of the Attitude Which She has Assumed Regarding Disarma ment or Limiting Bellicose Preparations are Decried. ncrllu, lay H0. Tho vLsitfng British journalists arrived .here yes terday l'rnm Urenieii nnd worn re ceived ill llio rnihoail slntiou by Prince 'Hatzt'oldt von Trnohenberg nnd" oilier members oC tbe recep tion committed. They were enter tained nt . public banquet hero ln-st evening. Hen1 Muohlberg, un der .scoiolnry of .stato, representing the government. In the course of, his remaiks Herr Muohlberg Raid: "TC I Hook over tho foreig...

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. — 30 May 1907

4 . i , ' V f i?' . TAQE TWO .THE MARION DAILY MHUlOIfc -THURSDAY, MAY 30. 1907. i ft If 2H COPYWGHT 1007 E.Y ROBCRTUS U&fE. I1 jK '' JI0W Youth un) Beautnot hc eiunrc i SiBr SM'"! ' wHRaf '$ Of Age enwrealhc the immortelle Tf K "'"! To deck Ihc sacred 5hrires ol those f-' M WmwT ' pOR. Time forever younji hath kepi j v" - .aW lHJWHfesT 'tSPf The figures of our fallen ones, f m-M jUBr .f The boys in blue who bravely swept f ttOJS '$tgft& -4kiP Against the maelstrom of the guns, y ,jKWm AlfiBP liH&llli UT down in manhood's waxing morn W& jEESmmw fyMl ' "" JlPIlP By War'a red blade, the draJon tooth 8' wEnHttf Jfijffi ?itS Of Age could leave them not forlorn. jmr,jQtr a!l3Lf ' ' ' 'iT4f Since Death immortalized their youth! wftfflk & JfcZ 'dSff ffo rfo J oldiers Who Were Afraid. a. tVl IMJ " By WALTER JAMES JANES. ICopyrleht. JW7 by r T. I.urle I rlLnl I 1. ,. 111 tf.lf T rf, I till" Vltll llll 1 INMI-II 1 I lit I 111 1 - tl( Ill-Ill of Wll son i reek In MlHHOiirl,...

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. — 30 May 1907

, i -rtpfyS'F VTW ? i 1 J f r M y 3D Meet Us Faca To Face "ASTEP IN THE RIGHT DI- RECTION f ill Is with a great deal of plcnsuro two Oonnnond to the confidence of our readers, anil especially mothers easca sweeti the- new Infants und children's remedy. 4,8X1 h 'uncre is, ai me present ume, an un tloUblctlly strong demand for purity End safety, particularly In tho ca&o of Remedies for olillditen. In this In stance the Tell known firm of E. C. I sLi 1 ffi ', MARION THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matinco MAY 27. FRANCIS SWARTZ & CO. In Her Sensational layette, "Tho End." THE EARLE SISTERS Character Changing, Wooden shoo Danc:ng and Singing. THE BEATTIES Club Juggling and Hoop Rolling BUD FARNUM Musical Comedian. ' 23. P. ROWE Tenor, Illustrated Song. MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA Powers' Oamoragraph Mov ing Pictures. Ladies' Special Matinco Tuesday and Thursday. Children's Matinco Saturday "SINHO Q Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00 TICKETS lOe AND 20c. Scats Rcsorvcd by Calling Citiz...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 30 May 1907

WWfKl Wyt 'MH JV'Wf fl J""!1' -THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1007. fJ5 I i h m. m it. than tour r THE Daily Mirror. mi . i i - - - - ' B. liUUUEHb ... Uusluwr Manei A. C. UOIiliANO Editor f. M. ARMSTRONG. City Edltoi liDVERTlSINd RATB3 FURNISH- ta WW-MWUPation Kin nnner receives th Bcrippt- 5 Tnii.rriiiiiiS Kvr Service And Markot ItepvrU. t j 5 J RATES OF BUBSCRIPTIONB. Binglo Copy ... .,..iMitnM ZO For Week by Carrien .....-.-.: 10o By Mnil, per yenr - $4-00 Bcrai-Wenkly Mirror, pr year $1.00 Bolh Phone . ..r... ..-.... No. 0 Weather Thursday partly clotuly; probably showcro. The, best way to iborb Ten. Iral America, is to let Mexico ci vilizo iA, first. The only really undesirable citi zens nowadays., are the umpires that go back on the homo team. -r - ' A Kentucky dairyman has been caught selling milk with mh'nowu in it. lie should bo moro parti cular about his water supply. .. I lA. famous inn, near Chattanoo ga, Bays that it will closs this tiuiuuicr 'if the city d...

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. — 30 May 1907

ffia - -r TV- - . fc 't PWtfT? - 'nyiyw'!- iSWtftNKXKX3 St 1 Until 5:30 O'clock JPriday Afternoon sRHLER wKmewwsUi, imSSEvSP 9T.7mr.Me j Still a complete selection of all those splendid bargains that have attracted hundreds of women each 1 afternoon. Ir ' BIG VICTOR SOAP. The Largest Piece For 5c. Made FOR SALE BY F. J. LUSCH GROCER. Both Phones N.E. Cor. Stats & Cntr 8U.- Commencement Only a few wcoks away. Do you havo your prcsorit selected? Our stock of jow elry is most admirably fitted to a selection of gifts and after all thcro's nothing liko Jewelry for a beautiful ro membranco. 6. W. Bowers S. MAIN ST. Fine Old Fashioned BEEF Wo always havo a supply of that Old fashioned hoof on hands and thon wo can slico lb just to suit you on our slicor. Fooplo como from far and near to buy beef from us. You would too, if you know how good it is. Por lb 30 cents bllccd as you liko it. Robinson's Grocery Phones 3D. 209 E. Center St. Agency lor Woods Boston Coffees Chase & Sanborn Fi...

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. — 30 May 1907

y it ijt m it i-4V.OE.8IX . t Union Station Time Card I EFFECTIVE .TAN. 1, 1907. NORTH BOUND. No. 81 0 m No. 33 10:25 am No 35 4:2 P No. 37 10:50 P No. 39 :1 Pm SOUTH BOUND. PNo. SO S:S0 am No. 38 7:20 am No 32 10:25 .m No. 31 1:35 pm No. 3G 7:1 Pm Dally. ''siT'tf' No. 38 start from Mario. 'No. 39. Btopa at Marlon. No. 39 will lw Columbui at I m On Sundays. FR1F RIMLRQl&ff "No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am No. 8. Now York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited. ...G:33 pm No. 16 Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 6:10 pm O. & E. DIVISION. No. 9, Chicago Express 12:65 am No. 3, VosUbuled Limited.. 10:31 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, PacIOc Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Expross...l:15 am Ho. 3, Vesttbuled Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally, s Daily excest Sunday. tew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. (To. 15 8:49 am No. 10 c 9:52 am 2:00 pm 4:32 pm No. 5 No. 13 Local 7:30 pm 11:15 am BA8T BOUND. No. 36 10M8 A...

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. — 30 May 1907

Pjwrf" r i rv .- i -y. r MIDST MANY MIRACLES flfare Hundreds Who Witnessed thoi'OreatfeBt, Grandest and Morft iMartloiMo Cures Ever v Effected Idai-This Olty. . The Boy Phenomenon Again Greet ed With Thunders of Applause Troui a Packed House as Ho Mude tho Blind See, the Doaf Hear and Laino Walk at the Grand Last Night. Marlon is Wild With Excltomcrit and tho Boy Phenomenon and . His Wonderful Magnetic Power ' is the Oause-He May Now Bo Consulted at His Privato Office, at the Majestic Hotel. For tho second tmio thin week tho Grand Opera Iiouto wni on Tuesday ni"!hl n"ain crowded to its Utmost capncilyW our best citi-, zens. Nowj oi tlio wnnuer.Mii m jmrfonnod by the Boy Phenomenon at hU previous demonstration trav eled fast nnd fnrv. nnd long before tho time of opening a surging muss 6i humanity was congregated in iflront of tho bouse, extending acrVWfl tho street. While it was tho second 111111110 demonstration tho excitement was proa tar, and more interest wni manifested if possib...

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. — 30 May 1907

fl3WaMr.)ftt '-"'? 3i .-..4W.NI HTWiiy o I. I r" 3U MtIS Si jcHnt $ $!' Si TAOE EI01IT K L EINMAI E R S For one very good rea son we have hesi tated In saying anything in our advertisements re lative to our splen did STRAW HAT STOCK but Memorial day, the dividing line between straw and felt hats, is here and to-morrow we will be on the straw hat side. Our Straw Hats are ready -ready as never be fore. Panamas, Milans, Manillas, Leghorns, Japs, and split straws in every correct new shape and style. The price range is so large that every man and boy can wear a new straw hat. 25c. to $7.50. KLEINMAIERS I THE WHITE PLAGUE Claims as its Victim Mrs. Ella B. Byers. (Mrs. i:ila B. Byers, wife of John Byers, died at her homo on Park Btrcot, at 3:30 o'clock tilts morning, after an Illness of several months, of consumption. iMr( Byers wa3 thirty-six years of ae. She- was born In Mansfield, and bad lived hero for the past twelve years. A large clrclo of friends mourn the death of an estimable an...

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. — 31 May 1907

" qgf"' m . toss I VOLUME XV. NO. i2J). JMAItlON. OHIO, I'll 1 DAY EVENING, 31 AY III, 1907. PRICE TWO OENXS .H-Tr")-'1TP"),"''-w yii"Hfp Marion Daily Tup JL JL JLJLi Mirror ( r- I X H Is I PORAKER THE In Bis Memorial Day Address at Steubedville, the Senior Senator Does Not Allow the Op portunity to Say Something About Roosevelt Pass. The President's Brownsville Policy is Attacked and Some Venom is Displayed in His Remarks -Foraker Refers to Mexico and the Conditions Existing There Under tlie Administration of President Diaz. SteubonvMo, 0., Mny 31. Senator Job. Douson Foralier, addressing tho veterans nt the Memorial day celebra tion took tho opportunity to attack the "third tenn Idea." and hurl a few Innuendoes at President Roose velt's policy In regard to thcBrwns vllio incident by Indirection. Ho said In part: Oihat wo must act carefully and wisely and patriotically' In dealing with public affairs all will agree, and yet it Is becoming an everyday occur Tcnce to hea nnd read exp...

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. — 31 May 1907

o M&ESWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, MAY , 1007. l$J' SUPPOSE THE8E LITTLE BOYS SHOULD TAKE THE PRESIDENT' ADVICE! BIG MERGER DfJQ MACINQ IN MICHIGAN. 3 It FEW REMAIN. ( Decrease in Number of Civil War Veterans. SHOWS IN PARADES In New York City, for the firsl Time, Some G. A. R. Posls Had No Marchers on Toot. New York, 'Ma .11 The derails of the (Irand Aimjf or Hie Republic matched in the .Memorial Uuy puiado Thursday in honoi of ilieli dead coin rades. The line of blue that passed before den. O. O Howard, the ro low ing officer, at tho soldiers and sailors' monument oil Riverside dilve wu no ticeably less in nuinherti than In tho parade last year. Some of I he posts for the first time since Memorial day parades began, had no marchers on fool. Many veterans dropped hefnie half the route was ended Thiee posts passedthe fevlewlng stand without a single member on foot. The Memorial day parade whb made up of veterans of tho civil and Spanlch American wars, military cadet and t...

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. — 31 May 1907

l ik fMI t.A , (rft ! -" V M' f. r r y -(r Said of Soda Crackers "They are one of tho most eco nomical, digestible and nutritious of human foods and well worthy of the high estimation in which they are generally held." Of course the writer had in mind Uneeda Biscuit The one perfect soda cracker Fresh from the oven, crisp and delicious, in dust and moisture proof packages. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY The One Exception! "Persistence," said tho orator, Iends lo success. The only exception to Jhls rule Ir tho caso ot tho hen that sets on a china egg." MARION THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matlncc MAY 27. FRANCIS SWARTZ & CO. In Her Sensational Playottc, "Tho End." THE EARLE SISTERS Character plunging, Wooden shoo Dancing and Singing. THE BEATTIES Club Juggling and Hoop Rolling BUD FARNUM Musical Comedian. E. P. HOWE Tenor, Illustrated Song. MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA Powers' Oamoragraph Mov ing Pictures. Ladies' Special Matinee Tuesday and Thursday. Children's Matineo Saturday .'SINHO...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 31 May 1907

ft AGE rOTJB THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, MAY 31, 1907. I THE Daily Mirror. f. BUItaKSS ...Buslne Manaeer k. C. HOU'ANn Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG City Editor HDVEUTI81N0 ItATBS FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION This piiw rcive th Bcripp Ifcltao Telegraphic New Berviee Mid Market Report. RATES OF 8UBSCIUPTIONB. Binglo Copy i..r.in "o For Week by Carrion m 10c By Mail, per year .- $4.00 Brai-Weekly Mirror, p year $1.00 Both Phonos . --' , No. 0 AVKATHK'1-For Ohio: tonight and Saturday. Hahi TIio fact that it failed to rain on Decoration Day lis n sure sign 41at tho supply of silvery drops lias been exhausted. Fairbanks is great on plati tudes, lie declared lately, in a speech to the cotton mill men, that prosperity will continue if tho na tion is "w5sc. rfewctary of the Interior Oar field declares tho lower ranks in tho civil service aro overpaid and the lrghcr ones underpaid, but per haps Mat comes from never having been in the 'Mower ranks." The Cortolyou boom for Presi dent will havo a go...

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