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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 15 June 1907

SS "!' mfpimklm4mtw mpUmki.tt, owrv ,.i.owwij..iiifi-wji,riFi'''il'l''rt''"'''',''"'''- iij I'-t'l i -&& w f .. 4fvjvr., w J tnff .i f .' i ,. ' i 'vS SECTION ONE 1 He PAGES 1T0 8 jlTlI-L X VOLUME XV. NO. 202. MARION. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 1G, 107. PMOIC TWO OENTB MARION X Y X AJLXkJLXA- A . 7 kf , . i. . MISSING Arms and Heads oi Unfortunate Seamen were Seen Protruding Through the Canvas Which was Pinned Down by a Tow Line. The Wracked Launch was Raised This Morning and Only One Body was Found in It The Other Bodies are Be lieved to Have Fallen Out When the Boat was Being - Raised Divers will Search for the Missing Ones. Newport News, Vn., June 115. Wilji ennopy fromo crushed, hut 'ennvns still tightly fastened down, thn missing luiindi of the bnttle- ' ship Minnesota was located in 27 foot of water, ahout 1(1,1)00 yards west hy south of Fort Wonlslip ohottt 5 o'clock yesterday after noon. If .V, Across tho little launch was a tolMnffr piece of towing line, serv ing ...

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. — 15 June 1907

, hb i6 MM 4 1 im ULTIMATUM Is Sentto Russian Duma I by Premier Stolypin. WILL BE REJECTED. Suspension of 55 Members Accused of Plotting to Overthrow the '! Government Is Demanded. St p etersburg, June 16. The dlsso lutlon of the. lower house of the Kits alan parliament appears to he u question of only a few hours, or at most of a day or two aiWltb only 130 opposing voteB the Jqwer house last night rejected Pre raier Btolypln's ultimatum for the lm mediate Hiisrif-naloii nf fifi ilennttes fot membership In the social democratic party and referred the subject to a I wOmmlttee. Although the committee baa been Instructed to report this evening, It Is known la uilrnnce that the decision on the main question will os adverse, and that the duma will accept the recommendation. In order to keep strictly within thu l3gal limits, (he committee may rec ommend the suspension of 10 leaders ori condition that the government dis close the evidence agulnst them, but there Is not the slightest expect...

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. — 15 June 1907

!,....,-,.,, iii. K7flftQan1tf THE MARION DAILY VmIRROB, ATURDAYr JUNE ifl, '' 1907 . PAGE THREB.c - MARION FAMILY THEATRE One Solid Week Atlantis & Mack Comedy and Novelty Globe Arjisis.. Marie Dockman The, Girl and the Chair. Nick S. Conway Character Comedian. ILLUSTRATED SONG "Pal of Mine." Two Morris' Comedy SHotch. Another set of dishes fj away 1 hursday matinee. Tickets will be diven out at Monday and Tuesday and Thurs- W day matinees, bee Dishes in McClain's window. Two Shows Nightly 7.30-9.00 Tickets 10c and 20c Children's Matinee Saturday 5c. MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA POWERS NEW PICTURES Tramp's Dream and Children and EarthquaHc. Commencing Monday Matinee, June 17th Kf !' r-'i-" 'Tf "r-f n"""fr"f n f-i'mi i'i)iti i i i . ...r j ( , IV Mill I.HIIIIIHJILI mawm minimi ii ii mi mi. niiwu mi m t , . ," ' V5i!f I.............. ,, .,,., i .,,, . , ,. . B - . . .. . . iLi-jr-irt ..j. , ,, t , ,, , - .-, ,. .. I -I - -.Ti. .r,,.,.,.,,;. I V - T i g . . f iven R . . --,11 y f t. D V r T...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 15 June 1907

' PAGE FOUR flammmim nam ..iiiuki TIIE MARION DAILY MIRROR, 8ATURDAY, JUNE 1C, . 1007- Li 1. 1 u n i ft i a 4 ft THE Daily Mirror. J. BURGESS ...Business Mnnngcr A. C. HOLLAND Editor F. M. Alt MSTHONQ.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR NISIIED ON APPLICATION. This papor receives the Scrlpps McRao Telegraphic Nows Sorvlco and Market Reports. ""RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy 2o For Week by Currier 10c By Mail, per Year $-1.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 BdlU Phones No. D t WllOATHEK Fair and warmer to night. Sunday fair. dissouu's anli-buckct shop law became effective today. The ques tion is, will U bo enforced. .When the heated season arrives, it will be bomo consolation to think of,, those cold days wc had in Juno. The -weather bureau tecs some hot weather just nhead. Fanners and baseball -fans are hoping the weath winait was looking this way. The man win proposes by mail to a woman is throwing himself li able to nrrest for using tho mads to- defraud. "President Roosevel...

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. — 15 June 1907

THE MARION DAILY MIMtOR, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1007. jPAOEVTVI 4 23 rxui 7- 4i 1 J- s V Dress Better You can do it if you trado hero and it won't bo hard. Our vory liberal charge system is at your dispoaul ritBE. If you will tako tho trou ble to como in and find out for yourself wo can show you that you do not havo to pay any more hero for this ac commodation than tho bo-' called cash stores ask for tho same quality of goods. GOOD CLOTHING; IWQHT PMOES; TREE CREDIT. Marion Clothing & . Cloak Co. ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF SPINACH RADISHES ASPARAGUS LETTUCE ONIONS PARSLEY RHUBARB l!'' STRAWBERRIES PINEAPPLES -tp '"' & BANANAS lf DELIVERIES. F. J. LUSCH GROCER. Turner's Fancy ( Groceries Presn' fruits and frosh vegeta bles, aro tho best. Very fancy strawberries; good ripo pineapples, 10c, 15c, 20c; fancy! ripo tomatoes; new peas; sweet or-' anges; fancy bananas; home grown beets; radishes onions; lottuco; spinach; cucumbers; now cabbago; asparagus; rhubarb; wax boans; fancy now potatoes ...

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. — 15 June 1907

i'T & AGE 8tS, e DrinK. beer and Keep well Beer Is good for you because it is made from a most nutritious grain and flavored with a moot health ful plant. Ehrenpreis Is the best beer for you because it is brewed just right, and is then aged cold. Only 3 per cent al cohol, and the greatest Doctors say this is barely enough for health. Orval Overall, Star Twirler of thc Cubs Callfornlan Who Has Made a Good Record Since His Acquisition by Chicago Nationals. Orval Ovorall, tho giant Callfornlau, pitching for tho Chicago Cubs, has mado a marvelous record for games won. Fifteen games went to Ills cred it, 14 of them being victories and the fifteenth a tic, before ho suffered de feat. Part of tho games wero pitched this spring and part of them last fall. During tho closing days of last season Overall won nine straight games, and his work excited favorable comment. .This spring ho continued 'his good "work and ran his list up to ID games without a defeat. Overall has only been playing p...

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. — 15 June 1907

r - X . I .-iJhlaJ&rif ot IfiJtllV 'rteflhW Lhufeh i? i . .v. Ity rteeiMne ShhtemlecmentH 'nuhllimcil tin. Salutr- IlklJKIi lrf 4V.M ! t U i.W.Vl v1.m1 riiMl4i copy not inter than 3 o'clock 'tfHdfty attorhooh. , frilRteT Baptist omnUm. ;rtV. J. P. CURIUN, Pastor. "" Residence SIC Park St, Jlv., .T. P. CUrrln, pastor, writes 'frfyn Lu Jplla, California, under date. .ofTttne' 8th ttiSxt. he will arrive in M$$n ill time for tho Sabbath ser 'tivteB. I tho morning tho pnetor 'rvvlll preach on tlio Bul)Jcct, "The Key to tho Whofo Subject." In tho owning tlio .tjhlldren'fl Hay exercises "will take i1aiee A cordial Invitation 'itreitehded 1o the public to httend 'tMjid cervices. fcPWORTH M.K. OHUllOH. D. H. BAILKY. Pastor ' Sunday School, 0:00 a. m. John H. Bain, Supt. Preaching 10:30 A. M. Suhjelct, "What Think Yo Christ? Whoso Son is Ho?" P t Gttsa 11:45. "y Junior League 3 P, M. JCpwonlh nnd International iienguea 0:30 P. M, At, 7:30 i, m. will bo given Uio loctiiro on "Tho Crnlaa to...

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. — 15 June 1907

u I' JPAQB EIGHT ? THEMAHION DAILY MIllHOlt. SATURDAY, JUNE ID, 1007. l w w iN r. ft KLEINMAIERS CHOOSE YOUR HOT WEATHER WEAR TONIGHT LET THE OTHER MAN TAKE THE LEAVINGS. JUST NOW, SELECTION IS BEST OF THE ENTIRE SEASON Negligee Shirts 50c to $3 Straw Hats 25c to $7.50 Leather Belts 25c to $1.50 Summer Underwear 25c to $2.50 Children's Wash Suits 50c to $3.50 Children's Wash Pants 25c to 50c Outing Suits $5 to $20 Outing Pants $2 to $5 KleinmaiBrs l&?Zsy? (DiuclO'z' MARION, OHIO, 130 SOUTH STATE STREET. Got Hia Dessrts. For call'ng n telephone girl a "for ward minx" over the wire, a Viennese subscriber has been sentenced to 48 hours' Imprisonment ami one du's fast. TESTIMONY OF HER CHILD Helps Mrs. Ingle Divorce. to Get C0RW1N CAN NOW ROAM But He Must Pay $400 to Divorced Wife. Injunction Is Made Perpetual in. the Ca6e ofTopllff AgaluDtthe Vil lage of LaRue. 0 GET THE CASH HABIT. 98c Shirt Waists Hadn't it better be a Shirt Waist tonight? All styles, all sizes, but only one pric...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 15 June 1907

l X 'Wr - ' t The Marioni Daily Mirror SECTION TWO PAGES 9 TO 16 VOLUME XV. NO. SJG2. MARION. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 15. 1907. JPBIOE TWO OENTB rMfriHET J- I y ,. ECOND INTERNATIONAL PEACE CONFERENCE CONVENED TODAY the Opening Function was Held in Knight's Hall This Afternoon and lor Four Weeks the Eyes of the World will be Directed Toward The Hague While the Delegates Discuss Questions of Moment to All Nations. The Call for the Conference was Issued in October of 1904 by Prcsidont Roosevelt and Met Very Hearty Response Upon- tbo Part of Most Governments Some Very In teresting Topics will be up for Discussion and Brainy Men From tho Various Powers will Participate in the Talks. The Haguo, Juno 15. The (second International Pcooo Coherence, tho call for -which was Issued by Presi dent Jtoosevell on October 21, 1901, In response to tho universal desire of tho thinking people of tho world that tho Influence of tho first con gress helBioro In 1399 might bo t,trengthonod and extend...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 15 June 1907

TW?7TrV l r I I 1. IS ! JAOE TEN MURDERERS' CHEME NOW IS TrTPF"" FAe Practice Might Almost Be Classed as a Fine Art How , f Has Been Successfully Done, with Legal Assist ance, in Some Celebrated New York Cases. Now York. "It's h hIuiiiio! Jloro 1 wus ready to go to tilnl -rvlth my murder caso this morn ing, and thnt fool of u client of mine had to go to work and get a shavo nnd u haircut. Now 1 rnn't have him tried for two months. IIo'h got to wnlt now until thu vacation sea son Is over. I'll mnko Hiiro thnt lio does not shnvn tiny moio whllo 1 havo anything to do with hitt defense." 1 waa coming out of the criminal courts building when 1 ran Into a law yer, an old ncqunlnlnnro ho Is one of the beat-known criminal lawyers In this country who appeared to mo as though ho was about mad enough to yMm&XMMMl FM& ' i jump out of his skin, writes Gus Itoo der In tho Now Yoik World. &"VhatB tho matter this morning?" I Inquired. '"Nothing tho matter," ho replied, "only horo 1 was ...

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. — 15 June 1907

SATTJKDAT, 'JUNE 1907. FXCrE btatint u STT".,,f.!B,l..l AlllMl ' " "-.... " - T r I0e0000e0i0400000000000"00'00000000t0000000000i000000000p00d0e0900d0000000t000t00t0t000o0000e0b Union Station Time Card OS PORTING REVIEW-BASEBALL TOPICS; THE NEXT OLYMPIC GAMES o o 6 o o Q o o o EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1J07. All National League Catchers Can Now Wear Shin Guards, Decides President Pulliam o ' . . .,..,. ' '" I HI BB IIMMH.IM. B B III III I I ! IM I ' ' ' - W OOtOOOOOeOOOOOOOODOOOOOOtO0OOOOOOOOeOO0OO0OOO0OOO80O0000OOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtOOOO TIIE MAItfON DXILY MnMblt'f I iW H 6 s. I x I . J . IT last all d&ngdr ot Internecine f baseball whrfaro over the A"" question of thu wearing uf , m' hhln fcuardg by catchera has bein, pettled. Itoger Urefltiuhitn, back frtop ot thu New Yoik National;, Hlutt i& the fugfl by playing his position iit llred In a pair of the cumhernome leg nlftd8 used by cricket players Con ll$erablo comment was caused tlieiebyL but nptlilng serlouR grew out of the ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 15 June 1907

'..PAGE TWELVE THE MARION DAILY MIMtoffigATUBPAT, JUNE 15, 1007. r II' IS. r ? i ft m Eft ft 8esXXXXSCXS5XXX3)SSXSSJK POLITICS AT THE NATION'S Just Nov the Question of who Shall bo Nominated by the Two Old Parties is the One Which is At tracting More Attention Than Any Other. xxxxxvvtvccsssvvcswxvixw Washington. Tt. C. Juno 15 Thto city swarms w i politicians ot high nnd low de(5i. for nbout every of flko holder and thero nro thousands of thorn fools capable of bettling tho affairs of tho nation. Tho great nnx Je.fy of those Icuer political lights m'flo hao lKeii long in tho public service Ir 10 "Mro a pension lo re ilfa upon Infctead of belnt; uncero. m'pnlouidy Itounced for incompetency through ae of otlicr cause. Most ot tho oldest ot thes&i puhllc servants nro Republican who came into tho de partments during or Boon utter, Uio close of tho nr but fcft over passed n. civil service examination nor ouuld imnny if put to tho lost. Nearly ull tljbso who have retired for ago or in...

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. — 15 June 1907

i I 0 X I y J fe U SOLOMON WOULD BE SURPRISED SHOULD HE VISIT IN MARION Sdme of tho Advanced Styles Would Cause Him to Turn Walking Stick is a Wonder Trousers are Cut Short so That Willie Dear May Display His Pretty Ankles and Wonderful Hose. Shoitld Solomon In all his glory visit Marlon at this particular sea mn of tho year and take- n. peep nt como of the advanced styles he would turn green with onvy, for tho Btylett In wearing apparel that nre, being shown nro( to say tho leaat Aiu'nrls'lng. And to add to the trou ble Word .has como ncross the waters that King IJdward VII has Bet a new fashion in walking slicks. And ho hereafter If n man wants to lb4 right In tho fashion and at the head of the proec&alon he has to car ry u walking stick Uiht reaches' to his shoulders, state? si writer In thw Chicago Chronicle. If he lives in thc rduntry ho can go out In the garden nijd get a heaii nolo and ho right ln. in Ryvnn, inn l ,,e oven in iuwii m will bo compelled to seek a store iwhe...

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. — 15 June 1907

tIJ f 1 iOTKRB TOujitIeN' ininiillimiiiilHssin' mi rrff CHAMP LETTER.. IfSptcUl Washlneton t.sttsr 1 politic! even presidential poll tit,'1) hi Iti rellgloh, many are called, but few are chosen. At ;, the present Juucturo flu unusually lirge number of men In both the great pfilll8 are montlontd for the highest political honor on earth. The Demo crats were slower than the Hepublleana ln.tli mentioning bushiest, growing out' of the long series of Bepubllcan victories at tho polls beglnnlnij In 1804, but Jut now they are matting up for list tlhie. Judge dray of Delaware, Qtivernbr Johnson of Mlunesota, Sena tor Daniel of Virginia, Governor Folk ct Missouri. Judge aaynor of New York, William Handolph Hearst, Sen ator Culberson of Texas and sundry others are mentioned In that high con nectioti. But all of them put together are not so much talked of as a presi dential nominee as la Colonel William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska. Truth to tell, there are scores of good men and true who would m...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 15 June 1907

. ;r ii.JUdLb . . Y . . ' s1l-s. .t W 1" 4 iu f l ITHB MAMON DAILY. MlatEOIt, SATURDAY, JUNE f, 1007. rXOB FIFTE1 vv , J u A M. 11 J' 1! I- .LAttKA-WMTZEfc. X )'' -i 4 22: : -w--A. .. la 1 r r -r-T"""-'' lJro,-i " i EEfe EF-F' li r T'.li r rri--u in' 4 : - iii mil m mmmmmmmmMammmmammmmKmmwmmmmtmKmmKmmmtmmmmmmammmmmmms !RUi t f - " fcc2Hr Jifcfflr atutr LJt sljs- . t-2 -. W- .... ,'. m.' ' 'T ' "!?" :: " 'I J. . fc.' ; I ffie3Ba&EflS53Era3SIIiiB33 .Tr.;-zrt u ,(iv i i. ' i . r 'ig -i ' ' i n. -';-' ' mt ie-j i r -j . i r- fFSF: fi- f '.? 4 , 9 i ty J IM. H Ctt f . . 1 U I . wf aMr--l ' '' ' w i- i i rr- o !-,(?, , r- : Wfpi .be. . .. B. . .. wjw. .-. jm. jk. jm. jr. .m. FFFfBgr-T-T-ga 4-t i- .u...i m i j.,, -aa an M m J1&4 zx:-i 32grrgttgp4 Ijagsg TZ .- .. . .- --. -. -c E-rrr - :C rrC Ti i e wir i 9 - -w'"i I w fc q.i.i.-. i M'-jp-ir - n twtoihid h TtmftdiValseS u '-m- lr -n- M pppijiisptlpif tn" jiEgpgPpaj r?s siipiifM i J A 22:jj2: j5 3P"-" "S7 gft s . 4J . J fHife .i At i...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 15 June 1907

a lv. IfJ II' it It TAQli BIXTEEK Cold Weather ..In April and May always mean great bargains in Juno and wo aro hot excluded from inaugurating a Bargain season during tho coming i days. Como and sco us at 531 West Center Street near Marion Manu -factoring Company. a: FREY "My Tailor" Clean House i Whon you will, you'll find a new piece of furniture, a new rocker, a couch or a side board. No matter what it la you will find It here and at prices that will surprise you for their lowness Drop in and look over our stort.. WEST END FDRNITURE STORE. Bowman & Schoonbcrger. PURE ICE! A necessity In every house hold during tho summer if milk, butter and meat aro to be kept puro and sweet, bo sides being a means of ob taining pure, cold drinking winter if bo desired. Almost invariably tho first requisite ordered by tho dodtor in cases of sickness. Place" your order now and get tho full benefit of tho season. Phone 112. The Marion Ice & Cold Storage Co. June The month of bridca and rose...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 June 1907

gg'V1- " fv - A V' a ,P"' t,..lM4,1(t,.' f. Ji '. fur, v AILY it-. . -m VOLUME XV. NO. 20.1. MARION. OHIO, MONDAEVBNING. J UN 10 17, 1907. PIIICE TWO CENTS iviirai-m fcjftiMM The Marion fD , n , - i'i p. 1 r if- k GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE AND SPAIN FORM ALLIANCE !"? France's Minister o! Foreign Affairs Announces That the Three Cornered Agreement for Protection of Rights has Been Perfected.. Integrity of the Possessions of Each of the Three Nations in East Atlantic and Mediterranean Seas ate Assured by the Terms of the Triple Alliance Other Powers, Among of the Agreement. x. convent Ion accompanied tho arrange urn, (lint lirovlslon $ made In ciso or complications to nssi.ie freedom ot communication with (lie motherlands to tlio respective terrlutlea included In tlio nKrcamnt. Tlite doublo prrnngcnieiit, alllioiiRli finite distinct ns between Franco and Spain and Great llrltnln and Spain, Ih Identlchl In terms. ! Is regarded hero ns a fitting eompl nient to bIiu llar ententes 'between Gr...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 June 1907

-v "j -.r - n - - - ( " -- W V, "'. t II r . Mi' iTk&k itinW6 - ' HW"ff PLANT TREES ' H By Millions, to Prevent Animal Floods. . A GitfAf PROJECT ' Launthed by the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce Will Require Vast e$ Outlay of Money and Labor. , Plttaburs, Juno 17. Under thu di rection at the Plttabuig chamber of commerce an iigltatlon Ih being mmlu In ah effort to have the city, Mate anil '"Tiailbnal government take up Hio 1 gicantlc task Of lellevlng went cm - Pennhylvailla, eapeelall this city ot i tha annual Inundations from thu frivers in this vicinity. file ereat flqpd of .March, 1907 hui ' arouged lively Interest In the project. Tbe plun of the chamber of commoico Id to plant treea on the watersheds at th Head waters and rear Immenso for.eots which lvlll ifppioprlnte largo ' tfiiantttler, of rnolstunt and prevent sudden thawa of vast quantities of snow. .Millions of dollum will be required to curry out Hie work and a campaign will be Inaugurated to arouse Interest ami uecui...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 June 1907

I 1 f "s' M K ' v , V iff BtgiS, i " -'A'!' The Grand TUESDAY, JUNE 18th. 25lk Semi-Annual Tour Lyman )i fiowe PRESENTS THE Growing Triumph of Realism : IN HIS NEW MOVING PICTURES. SPECIAL FEATURES: Perils of Whaling. Climbing Untrodchn Peaks. Olympic Games at Athens. Eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Carnival of Nice, 190G. Harvesting Ice in Norway. Daring Horsemanship. Many Others. THE WORLD REVEALED. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c. MARION FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEP.IC Commencing Monday Matlneo JUNE 17th. ATLANTIS & MACK. Comedy and Novelty Globo Arti3ts. MARIE DOOKMAN. The Girl and tho Chair. NICK S. CONWAY. Character Cpmcdian. , MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA-.' POWERS'NEW" PICTURES Tramp's Dream and Children and Earthquake . ILLUSTRATED SONG. "Pal of Mine." TWO NORRIS' Comedy Musical Sketch. Another set of dishes giv en away Thursday matinee. Tickets will be given out at Monday and Tuesday and Thursday matinees. Seo dishes in McOlain'a window. Two Shows Niflhtly, 7:30-9:00 TICKETS lOo AND 20o. Hard L...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 17 June 1907

iiMiW ALiUL.UHIKlfflI'lUX -wjtF' " V- it Si P IT' 5 ;i PAGE TOUR jf THE Daily Mirror. KiTbITIIOESS . . . Business' Manager MA. 0. HOLLAND Editor JF. 311. A irMSTKONO.. City Jailor ySySll.ii'lPM'iTSli.T; .T.ii i 5 ADVERTISING RATES ITJR V NISHED ON APPLICATION. This paper rocoives tho Scrlpps McRao Telegraphic Nows Sorvico Tand Market Reports. Urates or subscription. ffeinglc Copy 2o yTor Week by Carrier 10o jfoy Mail per Yair 'H.00 Scmi-AVcekly Minor, per year $1.00 Si - jffoth Phones . No. 0 B WDATH nit-Fair and 'warmer to fiij?bt. Sunday fair. ff A HOLD POLITICIAN. 1 The Lelawnrc Legislature has pass. d an amendment to tho charter o. RVJlmfngtoa. This provides that 10 3cr cont of the voters or tho city .nay illo with tho mayor, sixty dajs before & regular election any quostlon whtcn Hhoy wlch submitted to popular vote If a measure bo submitted reclves a ranjlrlty of the votes east, thereupon tho dty council muBt pass an ordlu Jmco carrying thl3 measure Jnto effect Failure to d...

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