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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 January 1907

HTvjv -VV'-v -; "ra ' " " " The Marion Daily Mirror. . Vi . . ''.'"I VOLUME XV. NO. 141. MARION, Ol no. .Kit J DAY EVENING. JANUAHY IS. 1907 PHICE TWO CENTS '.( -v i .. c i r. inT.fciiJ I'd" f v f A. , if, 'C wl ; t V KINGSTON HARBOR DESTROYED AND THE CITY IS SLIPPING INTO THE SEA (ircat Tidal Wave Sweeps the Coast of Jamaica Inundating a Part of the ; City and Changing the Whole Coast Line-Great Fisures Opened j , in the Earth by the Severe Shaking. Sesmic Disturbances Which Have Continued Since Monday Have Ceased and the Work of Rescuing the Dead From Debris is Begun Entire Force of Marine Corps, With Surgeons, Attendants With Available Supplies are Sent From the U. S. Naval Station at Guantanamo are Sent to Kingston to Assist in the Work of Relief. Kindlon, .Iaiiinic.ni , .Inn. IS. Theic has been a complete, untl it is hoped, pennaueii't cessation of scmii'io shock which Jiavo contin ued iiuce .Momhiy. This weather coiit'nucH lines mill today Oovwuor Svutteiihnui called -.ill abl...

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. — 18 January 1907

wr trt.lf ,t ft ' M3W I ' : I'' V h ! I ' - I' : i i s ML " n I ns 'jr -' v, m 4 1 m m :w rit.i ' 1 31 PAGE TWO QUEER ANGLE lA Of the Jackson-McClel- i Ian fight Comes Up. IT IS SENSATIONAL. ;:1(Mayor McClellan Will Ask that the i v Attorney General be Imprisoned : - for Contempt of Court. 9 r Albany. N. Y.. .Inn. IS. Mnyor Mc "Clcllnn, ot New York, In papers served tf.on Attorney Oencrnl Jackson Thurs , day gives notice of n motion to bo "' mnde nt n special term of tho supremo court on .Jnnunry 20. In this city, nt - which ho will nak that nn order bo Is ' Rued pnnlshlns tho nttornoy genoral for contempt of court. Tho mayor asks that tho attorney ' Ronoral bo Imprlsonad for his action until quo warranto proceedings which Ijmo has begun on behalf of the people ; of tho state to test McClellan's tltlo to ' his office as mayor, bo withdrawn and 't 'discontinued. i.JMnyor McClollan In his aflldavlt con lends thnt the nttornoy general should be adjudged In contempt for violating t- i. ...

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. — 18 January 1907

IPI , , y, . ,. .-T,.V.-1.7 ,,. , - . -,,- J-n-V'l-fr.,,!-!,. (-, jT" '?"'' 1,'rV9'iilfP r.' 1 ' . . . w ' ra THE MARION .DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JAN. ,13, 1907., PAGE THRM3. ' s Mm 5Lf J3g5Wlft!gSgH --5-3-a---$-3a '( fcv 1 Positive A soda cracker should be the most nutri tious and wholesome of all foods made from wheat Comparative But ordinary soda crackers absorb moist ure, collect dust and become stale and soggy long before they reach your table. -There is however, one Superlative soda cracker at once so pure,' so clean, so crisp and nourishing that it stands alone hi 'its supreme excellencethe name is Uneeda Biscuit In a dust tight, moisture proof package. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY msmmmmEfmmmi GRAND OPERA HOUSE ' TUESDAY, JAHUflRV 23 "CYCLONIC SUCCESS SOUTH AND NORTH." "THE CLANSMAN ' ii ' REMARKABLE HISTORY" A million mul a ,half people have seen the piny. A million and a lulf people wove turned away. Box Offico records shattered in every part of tho country. 1'ivo distinct and s...

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. — 18 January 1907

'I -TV- lift S N t mob roTTi THE Daily Mirror. J. BURGESS ....Business Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION. Thia paper receives the Scripps McRoe Telegraphic Nows Service and Market Reports. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Single Cop; 2c For Week by Carrier 10c By Mall,, per year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, por year $1.00 Both Phonos No. 9 Weather for Ohio Continued un settled weather tonight and Saturday with occasional rains and snow. What lias become of that man Watson, of Indiana, who was M the lime light during tho last cam paign? The turning around of the monu ment of the late Queen Victoria by the Kingston earthquake can hardly bo taken to mean a revolu tion. In Pittsburg, llicy we now dig ging graves open to afford .sensa tions. That, is wholly unnecessary, from all accounts the people of Pittsburg can furnish sensations among the living, for half a do.cn cities of its size. In looking over the list awards made by the ...

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. — 18 January 1907

Hlj, i?ff"n,swqs 'Sv-t-i v ,V,S c" (, Wt yl rfn, 7 I I V. o. W3) Mi ! ' WHAT 25 It makes a Hart, Schaffner & Harx $20.00 Suit for $15.00. It makes a Wilson Bros. Shirt 80c. STRELITZS GOVERNMENT SPECIALISTS Complete Work Here' and Return to Columbus. LOCAL. DISPOSAL PLANT Pronounced to be a Complete Institution. Tests Show That the Water Leaving the Filter Beds Contains Very Lit. tie Germs and Organic Matter J. 0. Meadows and 0. P. Hoover, export bacteriologists, in the employ of tlio agricultural de partment of the Federal govcrn mont, who have boon making a number of itcsls at tbu local dispos al plant d lining: tlio 'past inontb, Soft Thursday for thcV lioadqiiart crs in Columbus. Tlio exports itricd various quanti ties of sulphate of topper in tlio wntor flowing from the filler beds ONLY 5 DELIVERIES TOMORROW Order early so they will be there in time. BOTH PHONES CALL F. J. LUSCH GROCER. Cor. State & Center N.E. Sts. Olney Brands Wo have a complete lino of theso famous go...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 January 1907

!-'a . fr ty U t 7 ji 1 V 3 3 ' u, A V h'd I . ' '1 h t" i &V "i ii'j - . n Union Station Time Card EPFRCTlVn .TAN. 1, 1007. I IH HHHISt m vzzmr by ir tut" A' w-i -tw.rn ( NORTH HOUND. No. .31 7 00 am No. 33 2'" 'n No an ''" p Xn. 37 10-r.O ira No. so ,,,:lu i'm south hound. No. no G:r,0 am No. 38 7:20 am , No:i2 10:28 tun No. ill 1:H! lm No. nr, 7:1fi pm nnily. No. as atari fronuMftrinn. No. 39. stops at Mat ion. No. 30 will leave Columbus at fi pm on Sundays. ERIE KftSLMM fNojjio, Chnutaun.ila Kv ..13 -IS am No. 8, New York Kx .... .1 .".2 am No. I, Vestibule Limited ...! 33 pm 'No. H! Accommodation ....12 r.r. pm nNo. 22 arrives 110 pm (J. & V.. DIVISION. 'No. 0, Chicago Uvprina I2:r.r. am ! No. .', Vostlhuled Limited., 10:31 am R.N'o. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3: in pm No. 7. Puellle Lvprewi 11:10 pin SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. I No. a, Cincinnati Kxpress...l:l(i am ''No. 3, Vesllbnled Limited.. 10'31 am No. 1! 3:l.r, pm Dally. Dally eopt Sunday. New York Central Lines V BIG FOUR ROU...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 January 1907

!rawfls?J!pia7fFli5 7 C. ? rf." .. U? Vsfi- j?. I fc H ' .4 t . I Li . " ' k qmmmmmssmmmmmmam Society & and ' Mr awl Mrs. larry N. Plcifcon entertained at cards Inst evening, bouorluB, their house guests, Mr. jind Mrs. Edwnrd Warren Crouso, of Mnn8flcld. , Tho players wcro received Inform ally n tho library by Mr. and Mrs. Picrson and Miss Margaret Zufnll. Tho parlors were aglow with pale pink shaded lights veiled in Southern smllax, a most attractlvo arrange. ncnt. Fourteen tables of flvo hundred were played, resulting In Dana O. Weeks and Mr. Kdward Crouso ear rjing off prizes for high score, while consolation went to Mrs. Fred 10. Guthery and Mr. Marcus Q. Chase. A delicious card luncheon was nerved nt half after ten, palo pink carnations being the plate favors, Thcso wore invited: 'Mr. and Mrs. Dana 0. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 13. Guthery, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Q. Chase, Mr. and Mrs. William K. Bcoflold, Mr. and Mrs. Ward II. Bones, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Am. ruann, Mr. and Mrs. O...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 18 January 1907

-IK.y fagh ekuit THE M4BION DAILY MIRROR, , TRIDAY, JAW. 18, 1007. V .f ij l r &- w f, You Read of Sales and Sales, But- KLEINMAIER'S 20th Annual Discount Sale. 30 20 10 Discount on all HATS AND GAPS. Discount on all CLOTHING. Discount on all FURNISHINGS. LEWIS BERGER MEETJS DEATH While on His Way to Work Friday. FAST PASSENGER TRAIN Put-Sails All Sales- It's Honest.'' Runs Down Aged Victim West of Agosta. s The Wnrner & Edwards Store Ladies' Wraps Ladies' Fifrs. Black Silks Colored Silks. We are just closing up our Annual Inventory- It has resulted In some of lowest prices we've ever made on suits, clooKs, silKs and dress goods PROGRAM IS RENDERED AtEpworth M. E. Church Last Night. SUNDAY SCHOOL PUPILS i Of Junior Department Take I Part in the Exercises. i An Interesting Entertainment That I Was Worthy or a Much Larger Attendance Than One Present TAILOR MADE SUITS BROADCLOTH COATS 10.00 and 15.00 5.85 and 10.00 A lot of colored silks and satins are marked to closo 25c Fanci...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 January 1907

The Marion Gaily Mirror. I f VOLUME XV. NO. 14.il. ALAllIOISr, OHIO. MONDAY EVENING. JAXUA11Y 21, 1907 TRICE TWO CENTS m wr , c "-' It i r iiV ' f ar AMERICAN ASKED Governor Swettenham Sends a Letter to Rear Admiral Davis Informing Him That Jamaica Needs no Assistance Fron America and all Forces are Withdrawn The Battle Ships Missouri and Indiana and the Gunboat Yankton Sail From Kingston and a Cargo of Provisions Which were Ordered Sent to the Suffering Refugees will not be Forwarded Davis is Greatly Pained at the Ati. tude of Jamaica's Governor-A Curt Letter was Sent by Swettenham to the Rear-Admiral and a Sensa tion is Caused in Washington and London. Kingston, Jamaica, .Inn. 21 . Tim government believing Itself able to copo with the situation without out. side assistance, the American war. war. Siln- sail a sailed for GuanUinamo day. Washlngton. .Ian. 21. Tho navy department, thin morning lccclved a despatch from Commandant llcch ler, at the Key West station, say. 1ng: v "Hvans ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 January 1907

PAOB TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, JAN. 21, 1007. H VA1 iw i iff'f i t- J A m ill .4?t?. ' Tl i.-.J I 4"?Wi tt." I? & .tS5 iss SBt If P TWO TRAINS Blown to Pieces by ar Explosion of Powder. t -vl DEAD NUMBER 22. Thirty-five People Were Injured Three Passenger and Eight Freight v Cars Were Demolished. Term Ilntite1, Intl., Jan. 21.Twenty wo charred, broken ami mutilalec bodies v.-cie taken from t lit- smoulder ing ruins of the accommodation pas songer train on the Big Four railroad following Hh destruction Snlurda night by the explosion of it carload o, powder aa It passed a freight train ul Sandford, Intl., nlno miles west ol Terro Haute. The number or Injured will total at least 35. The cause of the disaster has not been fully explained, a several theo ilea are advanced The result wa? terrible. The shock wan felt for 110 miles, many believing It to be an earthquake". The threo coaches of the passenger train wero filled. The en. tire train, Including the locomotive was bl...

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. — 21 January 1907

,j. , . , T. ,.-, ,( ', a 'WK '. h ' M f ' 9. . i V ' " St TmTV7tf , VJ 75! " . T7'T w tub mAuion uailymIukoii? jmoM)Xy, jan. ai, 1007. v 7 c f f T & t 1T& 1-. i'" a. U In the Name of Sense, that good common sense of which all of us have a share, how can you continue to buy ordinary soda crackers, stale and dusty as they must be, when for 5 you can get Uneeda Biscuit fresh from the oven, protected from dirt by a package the very beauty of which makes you hungry NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY GRAND OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 "CYCLONIC SUCCESS SOUTH AND NORTH." "THE CLANSMAN'S" REMARKABLE HISTORY" A million and a half people have scon tho play. A million and a half pooplo were turned away. Box Offico records shattered in every part of the country. 1'ive distinct and successful engagements in Now York. An all-Summer run in Chicago. Record-breaking visits to every principal city in the United States. The Clansman BY THOMAS DIXON, JR. From His Two Famous Novels, "The Leopard's Spo...

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 January 1907

'V ',!'' .. PA01 FODS THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, JAN, 21 1007. &'., ' ' v-. .r, . '. r o r k f-i n i i n w ff ' X& ', .V The Mirror. Daily J. BURGESS ....Bu3incs9 Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION. This pnpcr roceivcH the Scripps McRae Telegraphic News Service and Market Reports. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Singlo Copy 2o ForWeek by Currier 10c By "Mail, per year $4.00 Serai-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phones No. 9 WEATHER-Fair tonight and Tuesday fair, not quite so cold. e It is to be hoped that Congress man Mouser was not among the 133 congressmen who voted for tho in crease in salary. The opernfiou of the protective tariff has increased the cost of living so nuich that even the con gressmen want more iay. Friday' developments indicated that there arc thivteen honest men in the .house at Washington. Well, (that is. better than we had sup posed. CONGRESSMEN AS MERE SALARY GRABBERS. Friday the hous...

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. — 21 January 1907

-, ' " 1 X CI THE MARION DATLY MIRROR, MONDAY, JAN. 21, 1907. PAMi FIVU .' 5 -si 4- DIVINE SERVICES HELD IN LOCAL HOUSES OF WORSHIP DICKINSON'S BIG STORE How About OUR JANUARY BARGAIN OiViNG SALE All Men,s Suits l4 pp All Young Men's Suits 4 PF All Children's Knee Pants lA pp All Men's Youths and Children's Overcoats 4 If Open tonight. t'il i Rev. Geo. M. Roarke Preaches Two Powerful Sermons to Large Congregations Quarterly Conference Held 'at Wesley, Rev. Dr. Fitzwater of Delaware Preaching Sermon Rev. B. C. Piatt Delivers Lecture Before the Y.M.C.A.-President Bookwalter of Otterbein University at the United Brethren Church Calvary Sunday School Adopts Resolutious, Thanking Mayor Scherff for Ad dress Given. A CRAVENETTE? They are at reduced prices during our Anniversary Sale. HUGHS & CLEARY 133 EAST CENTEK STREET. B. DICKINSON & CI I Main and Center Sts. I mmmmmxrsnxxzszei ) X 1 "-, t i- ft I-. . s. WATCHMEN ARE PLACED At Various Crossings About the City. SUNDAY VERY QUIET ...

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. — 21 January 1907

'J 4 TAQK SIX TIIE MARION DAILY S-IKUOll "" .1AV. 21, MOY. frJ m r IV I'J- tv, r i -j 'A .Vjtf :! fV- f . r m Ji t. ft? ! fr "I Union Station Time Card f ' ' ' ' ; LU'THCTIVE .IAN. 1, 1007. irmmmnjA'KKdTirtlfmml NOUTII HOUND. No. Ill No. 33 No 35 . No. 37 No. 39 ..7 00 am io :: am . .1.20 pm IOTiO pm . 0.10 pm SOUTH HOUND. No. 30 No. 38 v ' No 32 No. 31 No. 30 C:i'0 nm 7:20 am 10:2.( urn 1:33 pm 7:13 pm Dally. No. 3S starts from .Marlon. No. 39. stops at Minion. No. 30 will lcivo Columbus at 0 piu on Sundays. FR1F fMULROM No. 10, Chnutaunua Kx ..12:13 am No. 8, Now York Ex 5.32 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... 0:33 pm No. 10 Accommodation 12:55 pm sNo. 22 arrives 5:10 pm C. & E. DIVISION. No. 0, Chicago Express... No. 3, Vestibuled Limited bNo. 21 No. 11 No. 7, Pacific Express ... ,12:53 am ,10:31 am 7:00 am 3: 15 pm 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 0i Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3, Vestibuled Limited.. 10:30 am No. 11 3:15 pm Dally, s Dally except Sunday. New York Centra...

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. — 21 January 1907

i L'.x-A:t v.i.-t"- miWiiwft.iWul 'tlfy -"!! ?. "5? ni tr..'rjwui ..fK'T-l'''.!'?1' a)!R.O. , y'Tf '-"ljv. v i l- J,..' I'. " .. t THE MAP.IOX CA1LV SIUR2WS, MO.,!AA JAlI. .a 1W? pAon snvnM iwwww4 a ? ( ( Carrie Re nilds in m -7 ' 1 Miss Reynolds began her stage career In the chorus of the Castle Square Opera company; later she played Borilta In "Arizona," and then was soubrctte with the Rogers Brothers. In 1904 she played Maria In "Lady Teazle." NEW YORK DRAMATIC LETTER BY VALERIE BELL. New York (Hpcclul Correspond ence). In Now York theatricals It Is the unexpected that always happens. In theatilcala generally one may lake tills; us (in uxlom; lint In Now York, uo (itlen Iiiir the verdict of other towns) and critics been rovorsed, It htm como to he accepted fatalistically. And this season the truth or the tiaylng has Impressed Itself rtpon the mind of tho cllslnleiested observer an never before. In tho effort to offset whatever In fluence this may have on things the utileal most o...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 January 1907

JX o k-AUU BKUIT 1HB MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY,. JAN. 21, 15)07. s ii rl i a p8l Willi I wmMm I 11 W "Plneulca" (non-alcoholic) made fiom resin from our I'lne Irests, lined for hundreds of years for Bind, der and Kidney diseases. Medicine for thlry days, $1 00. Clunraiitrcd. Bold by l-'loelton's Drug Store. C0ATS SUITS Lower reductions tlutn ever on our coals and suits. Do not want to carry over a single gar ment and have marked them down to One Half Price and Less. Now is the time you need them and Now is the time to get them. They will never be lower in price. Price range $6.50 garment now $3.25 $12.75 garment now $6.15 $15.00 garment now $7.50 $22.50 garment now $9.95 30.00 Q $35.00 garment now $12.50 J. P. LUDWIG The Store with a reputation. w- IMF MORF WFFK (IF RARfifllNS IN rinn' ha inn almir in at prices will clean up the stoclt in a hurry. Come tomorrow. About OneThird the Regular Price for Coats. All This Season's Best Styles. J Salo price $3. '18 for coats worth 312.50 l...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 January 1907

,i? ... A ' '.- 4 't'T fr v lt. -' k i The Marion! Daily Mirror. i: 1 VOLUME XV. NO. 141. MAEION, OUTOrUESDAY EVENING. JAXUAKY 22, 1907 PHICE TWO CENTS .1. WW V ( i ' 3 .O JAMAICA'S GOVERNOR MAY RECALLED BY BRITISH London Officials Disavow Swettenham's Refusal of Aid From the United States and Severely Re buke Him for His Hasty and .Unwar ranted Action. The Incident has Caused a Feeling of Great Resentment in England the Greaier Because Rear-Admiral Davis Ren dered Great Britain Valuabla Service During the Russio Japanese War--Jamaicans are Also Very Indignant and Make an Appeal for Aid Directly to Americans-Rear-Admiral Davis will Report the Affair by Mail, Rather Than Trust to Wireless Telegraph and His Letter fc Anxiously Awaited. Washluglon, .Tan. 22. Dispatches exchanged yesterday between the HrltMi secretary of state for war and the state dgpartment, made public hero last night, wholly Ignoring the letters which passed between Admlr. nl Davis and Governor Swettenham at Kingsto...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 January 1907

'! KivVVfr'' I,"m '.4'V"?ryf8N if J' ;'v x ,'4 V. M PAtffi TWO THE MARION DAIIiY MIRROR, TUESDAY, Jan, 22, 1907, : ' W f ' tf 3 r r K ii i WJ: w to" r fry HOTJtfBATE In the Senate on the Negro Question. TILLMAN WAS BUSV And Wound Up His Performance b) Apologizing to Ihc Senate for Attempting to be Funny. Washington. .Inn. 22. row fcaturct of the spectacular were missing from the proceedings In tho senate Monday The BtownsvHIo uffalr was tho anli Jcct of controversy and tho day begac with tho announcement of n compro inlsc resolution which brought both republican and democratic sonnton together on tho basis of ordering an Investigation of the facts of tho affra without bringing Into question the authority of tho president to dismiss tho negro troops. Tho resolution was submitted to and approved by the president on Sunday. When the "harmony" testimonial? rere all In, Senator Tillman delivered a speech in reply to tho recent criti cism of himself by Sonator Spooncr. This speech began w...

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. — 22 January 1907

rriFTp7piww O i " t :? r rv .f , ' ' "",' v t (,' Au f ."V TvV "A "r Vf.U' - !. PAGE THRBW IMII ' ' "" ' ..AliL 'WuBm XfttHHC' Tits i:a::io:? DAtijmasiop; tjlzday, Jr.n. T m: h' EV. v-j L r. V ' . . W" i , .. 'Vit' ( fc: -. a f ':? c j- ,f' 'A J? , l ti Ar f fiv F" El it. asng!zxrz22&x I GRAND vir TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 "0YOLONI0 SUCCESS SOUTH AND NORTH. gtf'THH CLANSMAN'S' REMARKABLE HISTORY" A million and a half people have socli tho play. A .million and a half pooplo wcro tuniod away. Box Offico records shattored In every part of tho country. Fivo distinct and successful oiigaECirienta In Now York. An all.'Sttmmcr run In 'Chicago. Recoru'-brfeaklnl: visits to eve y pilnclpal city In tho United States?" ? The Clansman BY THOMAS DIXON, JR. 1'roni Hifl Two Famous NovjIs, "Tho Leopard's Spots" and "The damnum." Specialty Kclcctcd cant or forty principals, i.mall army of super numeraries and a trcop of cavalry horses, carloads of scenery, mechanical and electrical efiecls. "W -i i" i...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 January 1907

F,TTi3i fu&IJto r ' i, ' . . ' ? J 1 ,JW'v". i : t KOI FOtTR THE MARION DAILY MI RllOU, TUllSDAtf, Jan. 'Si, 1UU7. 1 in I & v. THE Daily Mirror. J. BURGESS ....Business Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor P. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH RT ON APPLICATION. Tills jup)i receive the Scrippa MoRae Telegraphic Nowi. Service and Market KepvrU ItATEfc OK dimsCitll'TiUNS. Single Copy 2c For Week by Carrier 10c By Mail, per year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 ttoamtuii i tv ' . Both Phones .., No. 9 WBATHER-Fair touight nml Wednesday, except snow flurried in northern portion, much coldov to night with cold wave. Colder Wed nesday in southeast portion. t ' ' If Seuator Foraker coutlnuos 4o recede from the position which he took against the president, it will not be long until Tillman will be left alone in the fight. President Roosevelt has humil iated himself suffliciontly to go to Congressman Burton, of Cleve land, and ask him to ceaso his hos tility to the ...

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