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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 June 1907

r j . . .. i -f ..." i ;,'M ',, " "V i: iih Fill V-s -nwssr ARION J VOLUME XV. NO. 2CC. ArARION. OHIO, THURSDAY EVENINU. J UNE 20. 1907. X'UIOM TWO CQBNTB M .wr-v . ., ir ir r v&y ROR, fJjfilJL x IVAlJEv f . V- I- V TELEGRAPHERS WILL NOT STRIKE The Western Union Grants Some Things and Operators Modify Their Demands The Postal Company Must now be Dealt With. 'New York, Juno 2ft. There will fbo nd telegraphers strike. Following the conference today between J.a.bor Conimlsaloner Noll and acting presl. dent Konekamp, of the telegraphers' union, the announcement was made by the latter that an agreement had been readied and a compromise affect.' ed, which assures the pcnceful set tlement of alt differences between thojoporatora ami the Western Union company. .Tho operators w.Ml now turn tholr attention to the Postal Telegraph company. and endeavor to secure like agreements with that empany. Tho following concessions wero agreed upon; EXPECT BROADSIDE AGAINST ROOSEVELT Foraker Given a ...

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 June 1907

'Vf r' ST' - T--7"rr-T-nysj jtf i(Wms iSMlnwiri vn .T-,-w!i'. v mr v . f,.jre.ntopjjf)i . . y ft. .THlLMArtOrT DAILY MmKO.-THURSD'AY, JUNE 20, 1007. ?"o- INT0C0URT One of Orchard's Dyna mite Bombs Is Taken. JUDGE' GODDARD, Of Colorado, Tells of finding and Preserving an Infernal Machine Designed to Kill Him. 1 viyt Boise, Idaho, Juno 20. 'Pfcr atato lon Wednesday made dramatic produn- Htlon and proof ot the Goddard bomb Hand besides offering fuither corrobor- jatlon of the testimony of Harry Orch- Hard against Willam D. Hnywood, so- cured a ruling under which a number J3of the denunciatory articles published lu the Minors' .Magazine, official organ or the Western Federation of Miners, will be admitted In evidence. To Justice Luther M. doddard him. self fell the task of telling the story of the finding and preservation of the bomb with which Orchard tried lo kill him. Ills testimony was minutely circumstantial. The Colorado Jurist testified that the first information that he received...

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 June 1907

7 A, II y , mim. -..?- s-- rlllH& 11 -i Jv& onlv is to get the genuine KMGSFORO'S OSWEGO SSSvee1 Gloss Starch No acids or harmful elements enter Into Its manufacture : absolutely will not affect any fabric or color. Produces a pure white, rich finish of beautiful subdued lustte that is more lasting than any other. Never causes goods to turn yellow. Superior penetrating qualities. Most eco nomical. The standard of quality for over half a century. 1ICST Toil AU KINDR OP BTAUCHINO. far enrrat n. (.oil dlrottol. 'or light rtrhlns nntlei1 a mM Tttr luroti, requiring boiling. Mlo tor orer fiftr years at O.wcgo. All gtoctn. In f nll.wtlght pack.gea. T. KINGSFORD &. SON, Oswego, 1M. V. National Starch Company, Successors. mm FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matinoo JUNE 17th. ATLANTIS & MAOK. Comedy and Novelty Globo Arlist3 . MARIEDOCKMAN. Tho Girl and tho Chair, NIOK S. OONWAY." Character Comedian. MUSIOBY 'orchestra. "POWERS rNEW PICTURES Tramp's Dream and C...

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 June 1907

?Jf y&i&iffsw&FsFvtftow " PAGE 1'OUK THE MARION DAILY MIRRO&' ftHUItSDAY, JUNE 20, 1007 c THE ailv Mirror. ' g. BURGESS . . .Business Mnnagor 'A. C. HOLLAND Editor M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor y. ....j.,..,.. ,M -.--- -. ! i.. ADVERTISING RATES FUR iNISHED ON APPLICATION. i fr.jii1 - - This paper receives tho Scrlpps McRao Tclographlc News Sorvico and Market Reports. ' j ar- ' m RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy 2c Tor Week by Cnrricr 10c By Mail, icr Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Jlhror, per year $1.00 ; 1 Both Phones , No. 0 WEATliT'-W-Partly cloudy to night and Friday. -,, Spain is a gicat country for cas tles m tho nir, also for the "heir" in tho castlo. . Gov. Hughes is rated as a sec ond fiddlo player by tho gentlemen who nro organizing tho Republican National orchestra . J As regards tho idea of n South ern man for 1U0S, Senator Daniel is described as being in a " recep tive mood." Well, who isn't? f Tho Chicago Examiner finds that thore aro other things in spring bes...

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 June 1907

' THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1907. PAOE nvfl V TSOL S , i ; 1 j SEE G00DSELL A1 SECRETARY TAFT SAYS TRIP A HARD ONE Kansas City, Mo., Juno 20. Sec. rotary Tnft arrived horo today. Ho said: "ll'm fotlsucd, 1 caught a bovcro cold and hnd to go to a physician this morning. Thla trip has bcon rather a. hard ono for mo." Sufficiency. That 1b never to bo called' little 'which a man thinks to be enough. Danish. FOR THAT LUNCH BOILED HAM DRIED BEEF POTTED HAM VEAL LOAF OREAM & SWITZER OHEESE f ' Call lis BOTH PHONES F JL LUSCH CROCER. N.E. Cor. BtaU ft ConUr 8ta. PINEAPPLES FOR CANNING Now is tho timo to get your stock for canning Tho outfiook for cheaper pines is now very Blira. Our prico today. 24 'a por doz $1.90 30'b .per doz , $1.50 36'b per. doz $1.20 428 por doz $1.00 Robinson's Grocery Phones 39. 209 E. Center St. Agency lor Woods Boston Coffees THIS HOT WEATHER makes pcoplo want fruit and .vegetables. Tuxnor'a havo tho biggest, freshest and fanciest lino in tho...

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 June 1907

nr- - "vr. 6-gi..'.jca PAGE, SIX THE MARION PAILY MIRROR,' ,'ItHURSD AY, .TUNE 20, 1907. r SitABihrffciJiMai i i iij Union Station Time Card r' EFFECTIVE JAN. I, 1907. B H ' NORTH BOUND. No. 81 n No. 83 ' l"!25 atn No 35 4:20 pm No. 37 10:C0 Pm NO. 39 6:10 put SOUTH BOUND No. 10 , :60 m No. 38 7:20 am No 32 10:25 un No. 31' 1:35 pm No. 36 7:1S pm Dally. No. 38 starU from Marlo. No. 30. stops lit Marlon. No. 39 will leY Columbui bt m Dn Sundays. FR1F MILRO' No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am No. 8, Now York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vestibule Limited.... C:33 pm No. 1C Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm O. & E. DIVISION. No. 9, Chicago Express 12:55 am No. 3, Vcatlbuled Limited.. 10:31 am bNo. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7,.racMc Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati ExprcM...l:15 am pJrt). 3, Veatlbulcd Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally. Dally sxccDt Sunday. tyow York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. IE 6:49 am No. 19 . 9:52...

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 June 1907

X Ufcu THEiMfjfEiOH KtHiY SliKKoH, TftTJtfSD'A'Y.- TONE 201907. .jtolaffWiU t QETS SHEAKFA8T BY TRICK. Hew the Seedy Individual Did the Res. taurtnt OUt ot a Good Feed. iTho man was a trlflo "seedy," but fltll) looked fairly, respectable, nnd tho two bbye who caran with htm Into tho rislntlrant even more bo. The waiter -wlth a tip In prospect was very cIVH rthd took Ills order for nntlsapcs and buckwheats, to bo followed (foi the man)- by coffee and cotjnac. vhllo tlio lads filled up tho man sipped his beTerhgeB-lit abstracted silence, and then called for a cigar. ,Ab 1m handled the clear a 20-cent Ferfecto and fumbled for a match, a tBdUght saemed suddenly to strlko tlm. "How Isjt, waiter," ho asked, "do you people allow smoking?" "Well, no, filr," said thu waiter ob- setlUlailntv. "vnlf ami alf ll'o iroUI.... . - ,, j"'. -.-, .,.., .t iVHIIIH ob toward neon, and ladles may drop jn " "JtiBt so, Just so," said tho man, hastily; "that's all right, of coiiiso; I wouldn't have you rela...

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 June 1907

ST..... ...J.Jg . ,,. ..! W( VJfT"Hfl fT T"& f W S.syj'ryW'ng g-gwra.-, . TttTTIllB miwyyq wiwiimn w"!1 yiyjuw unjwijif ispww' $ PAGE 1110111 THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1007. ? mm f 1 I h m 1 I W ' s I' i m KLEINMAIER8. I "Regatta" Wash Suits ONE DOLLAR One dollar is the mini mum price on this cele brated mahe of Children's wash suits; but it's a good big one dollars worth. The worKmanihip is just as good, the colors just as fast and the same perfec tion in fit as that in the higher priced ones. The ONE DOLLAR "Re gatta" wash suits are of a splendid quality Galatea in sailor blouse styles with Knickerbocker trousers, white duckshiold etc. Six patterns to choose from. Sizes 4 to 10 years. REGATTA WASH KNEE PANTS 25c Kleinmaiers JOHN TAYOR t- Taken by Surprise by a Number of Friends. Q 'Honoring his forty-fUst birth Jay n company of friends numbering about sixty perpetrated a very pleasant sur. prise upon Mr. John Taylor at his homo on Edward street Wednesday ev f...

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 June 1907

teX ''fly V t. , ,, ;j. 1 l : ts Marion Mirror V "t - t VOLUME XV. NO. HG7. MA1UON. OHIO, IWTDAY EVENINGK JUKE 2 A. 1907. PMCaC TWO OENTB Tup Daily 1 .. ."-. 1 ;N K t . t- 1)4. z ,,-- ' -V WHOLE FRENCH REGIMENTS ARE NOW IN OPEN MUTINY .u: Violence Occurs in Warbonne and Many are Killed Outright and Others are Wounded-Secret Police Agent is Lynched by Strikers A Non-Commissioned Officer Precipates a Volley From One Regiment and the Commander is Horror Stricken When He Learns What Has Holds a Lengthy Session to Discuss the Crisis Order Believed to Have Been Restored. Tariff, .Tunc 21. iJiny H swQfipIng over llio entire unity of southern France, nccoiilintr to vc Ioi'ts received by tin- minister of vrp.r. lo1ny, Following tliu desoilion of tin' seventeenth jcgimcnt this monring, one lmlf of the cighly fft'st regiment, -which wmh sent ngnjiiftt tlio mutineers, joined tliem. A later report 'says that the one liti nit MIH. regiment which hn.s lieon in -a slato of, fomentation, luis mit Uu...

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 June 1907

I iA&! fotfO 4m. NEAL0NW0N The Suburban Handicap at Sheepshead Bay. BY TWO LENGTHS. Sixteen Horses Started in This Clas sic Turf Event and the Favor ites Were Badly Beaten. New York, June 21 Netilou, a western horse owned by C. E Darnell, ridden by Jockey V Dngan and quoted at 20 to 1, won the great Sub urban handicap fit Sheepshead Buy Thursday .Montgomery was second two lengths behind the winner, with Beacon Light third. The time was 2 06 2-5 Electioneer, the favorite and the heavily played Keoiif entry. Superman and Veil. tnre badly beaten Nealon In a -i-yea. old and was bred In Missouri by Barney 9chrelber He was coupled with Faust In the betting, and his victory was a jurprlse. It was with a rare burst of speed in the stretch that Nealon flashed out of a flying field of 1G horses uud stepped across the finish line, while 30,000 people cheered him nR the win ner of the $20,000 pilze and the high est turf honors V. Dugan, who had the mount on Nealon, rode a clever race, allow...

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 June 1907

?A r THE MARION DAILY MHUfOR, FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1007. PAGE THREE. ?yyy f Y wiw in. n. m m mil iiIm llfh NATIONAL ;lw Sl BISCUIT i fyWk VV COMPANY C' W JST Ginger- . fefesPi keePs them . tr?. ever on the go. k W lW Snap m A keeps them on top sJlS'j ,Vv all the time. m I m & $ Ginger Snaps I Say it to the Zl$T kl Grocer man. TOWi O y INTERESTING CONVENTION Closes Thursday Night at Kirkpatrirk. OFFICFRS ARC ELECTED 'By Scott Township Sunday School Workers. I Excellent Programs nrc Rendered at Both the Afternoon and Even ing Meetings. rjjlio Scotl township Sunday School coiivontton, held Thursday afternoon and evening In tho Methodist and" Christian ohurches nt Klrkpatrluk, was largely atto'ided. A largo num. iber of Sunday School workers from this oily weic In ii.ttcmJ.inco a well us delegates from nil parts or tho Vimty. Tho opening session was held In tho auditorium of tho Mothortlst church. Tir9 ii(rogralni oikmIciI Inl 12 o'clock, with song service lol by .Mr. V. 31. Likens ot K...

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 June 1907

f ' PAGE TOUR THE MARION DAILY MIltltOIvintlDAY, JUNE 21, 1007. If. i t- A t I it ? : ii I I i THE '' aily Mirror. ii ' i-1" -"' JS BURGESS ...Business Manager A C HOLLAND Flitor F?M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor Advertising: rates FUR BISHED ONi APPLICATION. jTlils paper receives iho Scripps McRao Telegraphic Nows Service ngd Market Reports. URATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy 2c l1or Week hv Currier ..10c Ji Wail, per Year $-1.00 Smi-Wcekly Minor, per year $1.00 Both Phones No. 0 fcWEATl 1 kUrFau tonight ptobnbly Saturday. Will jDruuitu got IliKj. f JlAnv man who dnie utter a ird against the Irish at AVobb park, takes his life in his hand. - tfJust because the in evident is at Cjystcr Bay, Senator I'oraker should jftjt conclude lie is a lobster. "Mnrion is to have n jMiultry show iff November. Tlio ministers should be interested in this bit of informa- tton. "College commencements appear to furnish a great opportunity for em bryo presidents as a jwlilieal cam paign for young lawyers. I...

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 June 1907

c it t ' y l ii Backward Season Sale Prices j3.f This sale is by far the most important of 1 ny Clearance Sale we rvalues .are the best. Search far and wide and you wjH not find as attractive a line of offer- lng$ as those enumerated Each and every item real market worth. R. Clothing Men's Suits $6.00 suits now $3.95 $10 and $12 suits now $8.87 $18 suits now $13.75 Boys Long Pants Suits $5 suits now $3.75 $10 suits now $7.75 $15 suits now $11 Children's Wear Boy's double breasted suits splendid selection. Extra special $2 Boy's doublo breasted suits best child's suits. Back ward season salo $3 I. MARX MISSIONARY SOCIETY Of the German M. E. Church Ren ders Program. The Missionary society of tho Gor man M. E. Churoh held an 'Inter, cstlng and well attended mooting at tho homo, of tho Mlssoa Elmo and (Mamie, Hooker, of North Main street, Thursday evening. Tho at tendance was exceedingly largo. lAtter (transacting tho regular monthly business, an Inforaml pro. (gram wa3 enjoyed Mrs. Fei...

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 June 1907

V K iy ' FAGE SIX THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1007. m Union Station Time Card (EFFECTIVE! JAN. 1, 1907. A KORTH BOUND. No. 81 -0r ra PNO. 33 10:25 atD No 35 J-2" Iro No. 37 10:r, pm No. 30 il0 SOUTH HOUND, PNo. JtO 8:M am PNo. 38 7:20 ,u No 33 10:25 ro No, 34 1:3B pm No. 3C 7:15 pm Dally. No. 38 start from Mario. No. 39. stops at Marlon. No. 39 -will lw Columbus nl 8 ni on Sundays ERIE RftiiRQftP No. 10, Chautauqua Kx ..12:45 .m No. 8, New York Ex G:32 am No. 12 8:C0 am No. 4, Vostlbula Limited.... 0:33 pm No. 1G Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives C:10 pm C. & E. DIVISION. No. 9, Chicago JSxpross 12:65 am No. 3, Vestlbulcd Limited.. 10:31 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:-IH pm No. 7. Pad tie Kxprosa 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 urn Plto. 3, Vestlbulcd Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:15 pm Dally, e Dally sxcest Sunday. tyew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. l((lfttlfllUi1v fclll No. 35 ....,,. J oZ &D1 No. 29 2:C0 pm ......

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 June 1907

tvl&mt . ,jH.Vm-' It x r the KAKT6iTii)to,y Rfrmfo'rtD-Ay. ; fclfe j 21', -1607.. 'irr' Kara sevetiW s 1? u & '.,c.lT' ' ' A Little Printer's Ink Makes Millions Think-Think-Hiink ! lore truth than poet ry. A llttlo Printer's Ink prints ft Httlo advertise ment in ft little "mnga zih6" that circulates at a little price and goes into a million little homes, dhidfly in the little cities ahd tqwitB and country places. The millions of people ti these homes are caused by the Printer's Ink to think that they can get big bargains for tlit'ir money by sending it- away by mail, order ing the things advertised by the little pinch of Printer's Ink. 1 Sometimes when they receive the stuff they order by mail they have another Think coming. .They think, "What fools we mortals be," and apply the Think to themselves. And sometimes some of them think something like this: "Wonder why Mister Man, our local dealer in many things we need, doesn't advertise these things In our local paper? Maybe if...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 21 June 1907

; r. PAGE LIGHT THE MARION DAILY MIRROR;' FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1907. ACCORDING TO THE CALENDAR THIS IS THE FIRST DAY OF SUMMER Are you prepared for the three months of sizzling hot weather now before us? Here are some cooling suggestions In Hot Weather Wear. MEN'S OUTING SUITS $5.00 TO $20 00 MEN'S OUTING TROUSERS r-.-J $2,00 TO $5.00 MEN'S UNLINED COATS BLUE OR BLACK $1.25 TO $7.00 CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS 50c TO $3.50 CHILDREN'S WASH PANTS 25c TO 50c STRAW HATS 5c TO $7 50 SUMMER UNDERWEAR 25c TO $2.50 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 50c TO $3.00 KLEINAAIERS HOME WEDDING .' SOLEMNIZED THURSDAY Popular Young People of the City are Married. Miss Gstellu M. Diebold Becomes ' the Bride of Iiarl S. Smith -v Will Reside Here. " The wedding o MUs E&telhi M. Hiebold mid Mr. Karl . Smith ffok place at 7:30 o'clock, Thurs iisy evening, at tlio homo of the filide's mother, Mj's. Kliza IJieliold, oil South State street. Tlio cere mony -was perf mined hy lie v. (icorgo M. Jlourkc, pastor of tlio 'irst Presbyteri...

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. — 22 June 1907

rir"' -'i nwrwu 'xtr-vw" 9 w.wm.'W'gmwm . I. 1 t M I V UIf . " -- rt- -i .. VTTf r njuumMMwi hji wJinijk itiNij lynin wn jmwwtpi ' jT!rn?wwff llUi-HWJWJ-mWI ' "i '-. fe' 1 u.A. j TK-V", kk ff The arion Daily SECTION ONE PAGES 1T0 8 VOLUME XV. NO. 42G8. MAIMON. OIIIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1J07. FKIOK TWO CENTS Hyuwr mwfffl mirror. 54 rr, ". A !M ' k L-V. tit k ' WILL USE Senator Foraker will Hold the Colored Vote of and Other States Over Taft to Compel His Support for ' a Third Term. The Action of tho Kentucky Convention in Dodging the Is sue of Endorsing Taft by Declaring tor Someone Who Would Carry Out tho Roosevelt Principles is Regarded as Significant Republicans Show That They Have Fears of Losing the Negro Vote. Columbus, O., Juno 22. -Senator "Foraker, It was learned yesterday, experts to make uso ot tho negro vote as a club both In Ohio to com. pel tho Taft men to support him for a third term In the senate and outside Ohio to provont othor states indorsing Tatt. It Is n...

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. — 22 June 1907

v: THE MAIUON DAILY MIRROR. SATURDAY, -TUNE 22, 1007 PAGE TWO KEYSJILENI Telegraph Operators in San Francisco Strike. fOR Higher pay. About 250 Employes of the Western Union and Postal Companies Have Ceased Work. p San Francisco, .Tunc 22. Strike ridden San Francisco had another strike added to the list Friday after noon when tho 2"0 telegraph oper atora employed in Oakland and San Francisco by tho Western Union and Postal tolegraph companies lett the keys at 3:30 o'clock and walked out of tho of!lcc8. Threo short blows on a polled whlstlo gave the signal and iho operators rose from the tables, put on Uielr coats and quit work. Tho Postal and the Western Union mnin San Francisco offices nro both In tho Ferry building. Since tho flro of 1906 tho main relay office of the "Western Union has been ut West Oak land, where about 150 men and wo men are employed. In tho, San Fran cisco offico about 20 operators are cm ployed, and at branch offices about 20 more. Tho Postal company has 60 ope...

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 June 1907

SA'aE TltHiafi 1 y tH353 -Ji-i! MARION FAMILY THEATRE One Solid Week HARVEY REESE & ALFREY SISTERS The Lady the Tad and , the Coon The Lo Pelletiors On the Cheyenne Trail Gertrude & Robert Day Musical Sketch Powers' New PictUreo Herring Fishing First Cigar Another set or dishes given away Thursday matinee to lady holding lucky number. Numbers lilven out Monday Tuesday and Thursday matinees. Two Shows Nightly 7.309.00 Tickets 10c and 20c Children's Matinee Saturday 10c. E. P. RoweTenor Illustrated Song Loron Quilliii Comedy Acrobat J Commencing Monday Matinee, June 24th luSSBBSS 2S iSS5s?35! S53isssS sessssj as iqii THE MAMON DAILY MTilft'Otf, SATURDAY, 'JUNE 22. 1907 H ;y if?Stt WE ARE STILL BUSY i ' Selling wall paper. i i . ' iayed in getting your rooms papered u marces nu umerence. vve art: in s better position to take care of you V now and our selection of wall paper . hi IP Ullll UctllbUi Come in anv time and make vour selections. The Ohls Decorating Co. Special Notice ...

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. — 22 June 1907

ty,9?-!'--rri!nfKirtifrp- i -i-w -r cr W!yyrrri J- PAGE TOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1007 R if- THE paily Mirror. j. BUttGESS i.. Business Manager A. 0. HOLLAND Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG.. Cily Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR NISHED ON APPLICATION. te- TMb nauor receives the Scripps- McRao Telegraphic Nows Service and Market Report3. H l- RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. mgle Copy 2c For Wools by Currier 10c By Mail, per Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phones No. 9 Weather for Ohio Partly cloudy, possibly thunder showers tonight And Sunday. r.:,:1 :r Grafting seems to have been very successful in Idaho, Orchards. If old Noah were allvo ho would rtoubtless'ty bo called a ' Nature Fakir." Just now France Is experiencing n tasto of what Russia hna been undergoing for years. Mark Twain is meeting with Letter success in breaking into London society than did Richard Croker. A Tennessee congressman has ileelnred for Roosevelt for presi dent That ought to help some in...

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