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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

('ffl w sS TUB MARION DAILY. MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1007 PAGE FIVB 5 3ffi. ;.,v ' i t- V h r i 1 I t i Kmf' OXFORDS AT SflART & WADDELL'S BLACKBERRIES STRAWBERRIES WAX BEANS And all tho other vegetables to bo had in the market. Or dec of ns and rcccivo tho best attention. BOTH PHONES F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N,H. Cor. Stat ft Cntr 8U, BLACKBERRIES You will miss It if you don't sea our lino of berries and garden vegetables Satur day. Golden Wax Beans Homo Grown Strawberries Now Peas Blackberries Onions, Radtehes, Rhubarb, Lot'tuco, Spinach, Asparagus, Cucumbers," Bananas, Ofcfcn ges, etc. Robinson's Grocery Phones 39. 209 E. Center St. Agency lor Woods Boston Codecs e Big Production of Saltpeter. Electric furnaces at Natodden, Nor way, are capable of producing about 1,000 tons of Chllo saltpeter annually. Ml Have it Charged Get your clothing here on credit. There are always enough places for your money where the)' re quire the cash. This store makes it possible for you to "pay 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. — 22 June 1907

ryf -pryiT- "ft-S-'h jyaH'miW ' " ''jaWa'"' MwHWwyjBMiy iwwiwj1W)WIWwii WW'S'- xnfmwWlW"""'"' )ywiwMpjwmwH y; yugttr r itf aa eife Titfe ttXslofo rtttLY fttaitoifo-sAttmb'A"?, tt)ifa 22, I007 ""' ktUfcUJtai oWWj '' "-s-"Y- r - " f if-ntnnwrl 7Mr 'vrtjv ", sw' --,5-n i- "? n-v-t t rr- p "?i(i - ii HAPPENINGS IN THE m CJACC" BAI I AAPI n tesSsSS LIME BURNERS ARE DEFEATED Akron Noses Out Marion by 9 to 6 Score. MOST INTERESTING GAME Witnessed in This City in Many Years. Locala Furnish u Garrison Finish That Gives the Crowd Heart Disease and Akroii a .Scare. Tying tho score, in tlio Inst linlf of the ninth inning nnd again in the tenth the Lime Burners were finally nosed out In the twelfth inning of yesterday's game, Ak ron winning one of the most excit ing and spectacular- contests ever witnessed here, by a score, of 0 to 0. It -was Ladies' Day anil a great crowd was in attendance. At the ninth inning the score stood four to two against Marion nnd when two batters had been retired in t...

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. — 22 June 1907

y. THE MAIIION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1907 TAOE SEVEN, yt ';. A n Ministers of tho city desiring church hnuaunccmonti 'published tn Satur day's lsstto of tho Mirror twill pleaBo furnish copy not later than 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, FIRST PKESBYT3RIAN CHURCH. GEORGE M. KOUR1CE, Pastor. Residence, 308 8. Main St, (Sabbath School, 9 a. in., Nelson, Supt. Morning scivlce 10:30 a. Suibjcct, "Tho Philosophy rest." Senior Endeavor, 0:30 p. D. C. m. of m. Un. .Loader, Mlsa Mildred Christian. Subject, "Lcsons, From Moses." Preaching by tho pastor 7:30. 1 (All aro welcome. FOREST LAWN MISSION. Sabbalh School, 2:30 p. m., Mr. O, M. Beckett, Supt. (All aro welcome. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. .Revival Jubilee by tho Congrcga. Hon and Sunday School of tho Con. trnt Christian Church at ten oclook n. in., Siinday, Juno 28. PROGRAM. Prooeiwlonal, "U'c aro Coming" by tho Sunday School. Lord's Prayer In Corner Pralso Anthem, "All Thy Works Shall Praise Theo" by School and Choir. Choir. iBUble...

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. — 22 June 1907

"" pk n "s y " fj-w- "v ', " -( T,)i ::ip7i Vt Mf i ft ft r PAQB EIQHU 1 KLEIN MA! EPtS s T R A Split Straws In all tho correct propor tions and all degrees of fineness. Both tho "HopKins" and the "Levy" straw hats oro old here exclusively $1.00 to $4.00 STRAW HHTS H A T S Evorlasting Panamas Tho most economical straw hat to buy. Tele scope, squnro crown and Negligee shapes. Tho best values in the city $5 to $7.50 KLEINMAIERS Light-Toed Gentry. "Tho best pickpockets," said the de tective, "are the Hindoos. You have to call them light-toed us well as light flngored, for they can lift a watch or purse as easily with their feet as with their hands. Trained from childhood, those bare-footed rascals are wonder fully skillful with their toes. This elves them a great advantage A Hin doo In a crowd will stand with his arras ostentatiously folded and sneak with his foot tho wallet- from your trousers, ppeket." June Tho month of brides and roses is hero 'in all its glory. Wo want to remind yo...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

i . i in r -rm nf ,ri , o. vj fW'w ; . - i- JSM -W5f!? '5fTrpflj l k &Saf.t Wtfi V '& 4 , 'I fT'fC 3? THF SECTION PAGES 9 TO 16 4 nrmrn VOLUME XV. NO. 2G8. i - AIAJHON, OHIO, SATURDAY EV.KNINCJ, .JUNE 22, 1U07. PlilCIfl TWO CENTS JUDGE WOOD ENDS HILDREN i n-wft-imiiiyirgiiMiiwWttrMMiliti Marion Dait y Jff JL afeJL JLm JL Mirror hBEST FR A M " ? ir i A kt Overrules the Motion to i Acquit Haywood. THE STATE RESTS. Haywood's Lawyers Asked for Ac quittal on Ground that State Had Not Proved Its Case. Bolijo, Idaho, Juno 22. When ttio state on Frlduy closed Its caso against William D. Haywood, chuigod with the murder of Frank Steunenberg, the defense made an uiiBiiccesafitl at tempt to havo the court direct the Jury to acquit the prisoner on the ground that the state had not proved its charge Judge Wood's ruling, which requires the defense to meet with evidence the case that the state has presented, was made nt Uie close of court, and It wub then arranged that Haywood's counsel sh...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

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Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

mtmmmuumkiu&u iiMiiwrtpi'ii'"iiiMyiolntM .' '': w y -tMO- THE MARION DAILY MIRROR? SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1007 PAGE ELEVEN - r Union Station m of the Hour eaattas Time Card EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1807. SB timmmtmmnmmuMi Intercollegiate lummy idiBV A H ? UNUSUAL Interest In hIiowii In tlio IntcrcollcRlntn rowlnir ro Kutta nn Om HtulHon river, nl I'oiictiUcopRle, N. V., this year twins to the. fnct that a craw from tlio United Statin Nnvnl academy it Annupolls will comi'ntn ir,nliiHt tho university oarxnten. Comdderalilo doubt wtm nl first cjc prCBHcd uh to whether or not the kov ermnent authorities would allow Hie midshipmen to compete, and tho (Hull order permlttltiB them to do no, lumtcd by Secretary of tho Navy Mrtunlf, wan hailed with Intense. Joy by the Mont armed navy Itidn, Now !even crews Imilrml ot nix will talto part In the ble event of tho day, the contest between ecnlor varsity eights. They will represent Cornell, University ot Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, SyrncuRo university, Oco...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

-aa wfMMWKyrtt'HrwWOTfrfflrti y,Hi'iij'rt'i'i'Mvw.'i'iiM'i''Mr.fa.f..w'iiiiiM .y.). .J,tffwliwu.,i.iiii iiHyin 1 1 DHiiiJMiii tMlypmn , 1.1111,1 ly.npi.iiii T f t 1A0E TWELVE Nf THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1907 l Lt "" fit X I CHAMP & LETTER. !& ii 4 w n kk I Special WnahlriRton I.ctter.1 IT in rpitlly top b:ul nbout King Kclwnnl VII He lias boon ex )ilultp(I fur, lo. tlicso timtiy yenra ns the Iilnl liioiiiircli 11111I as the Ijlfih muck-n nm. k of diplomats. Ho litfs frequently madp Hid tour of Ku $$pe, hugging nntl kissing lil.s broth er; kings, llo hns Iippii held up to cgr admiring gnzp as tho poncemnkor rwjrnmonnt of dip nld world. But, nlns and nlni-k, Hipip nro still within hla rcnlni cprtaln unity and bad mannered folks who do not worship his graelous majesty ntul w ho do not believe In his xjpynl cppois. Not long since one of tli'eso "midpslrablo persons," as a cer tain pre-eminent functionary would trm them, arose In his place In the l)MMi of commo...

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. — 22 June 1907

rs- X THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNK 22, 1007 TAOB THIRTEEN ES aia. tf l ") ' I ! Beer drinkers are healthy tiecause beer la flavored with Hops a most healthful plant and made from Barley Malt n most nutritious, strength-building grain Ehrenpreis beer a tho most healthful becauso In it Hops and Barley arc com bined just right. Selected malt, proper brewing, and cold aging, make the delicious taste. Only3ji per cent alcohol "just enough for health," great doctors say. All kinds of Straw Hats Cleaned at Johnston's Dye Works . 110 South Pronpcct St. Open Monday and Saturday even ing. Froe call for & Dolivory Sorvico PURE ICE! A necessity in every house hold during tho summer if milk, buttor and meat aro to bo kept puro and nwoot, bo sides being a means of ob taining pure, cold drinking water if so desired. Almost invariably tho first rcqulslto ordered by tho docftor in cases of sickness. Place your order now and got tho full bonofit of tho season. Phono 112. The Marion Ice...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

,J 'i - ' fc " " v TAQE TOURTEEN THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1007 fc I II I ir- R - tAkJAi.fejiutifaii The Renunciation p of John Baptist t p- By WM. HAMILTON OSBORNE. i TfjlWHWWWwfr (Coryilglit, )ty Jotcpli U. Bowles.) .tnlm Unptisl Dikiaii, ov John n. Dikran, ns bis mime upnenroil upon ho Beirut collego reglMer, was nine cen years old. Inrgo for Ills raco, slim, olralRhMlinhcd, and sbnpely. It waa no easy thing to get Jrco scholarships In llio Christian col leges nt Beirut. There had been strong competition, for the desk paid for by the Hrlck Chnrrh Society ot Hoston, Dlkran'a task had been out out for him. Ho knew thero would bo ninny rivals. Of theso many rivals, Alexander, Tlr znn, so It happened, was one. Alexan der Tlrznn was another youngster, nml ono ot Dlkran'a neighbors, living a wile or so nearer to Beirut. Tlrznn nt this tlmo was an even twenty years wf ace; ho was bulky In body, with nlirowd, deep-set eyes and heavy, ovor lianglng brow. "It Is good, thi...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

WfJ.J'.'J mp w nwtmww imKcwj " Ii yRJi prwq Mf1- ( A y A V, Hmm? U. OGDEN ARMOUR ONE OF AMERICA'S KINGS OF FINANCE 'Multimillionaire Wtirhs Harder and Has More Hours of Business Than Any of His More Than 20,000 Em ployes Has No Time for "Society" His Home and "The Game" Take Up His Whole life. Chleagd. By virtus of his millions, hli diversified financial and commer cial Interests, lilt) methodB, ami Ids niealib to business ends, J. Ogden Ar ridur Is one of the accredited great captalnfe of Industry of Ohlciigo, Bui when you seek to discover of bis friends the Boclal sldo of thu limn, they are not certain even of Its exist ence. Aik Mr, Armour himself and ho re gards the subject as not at all worthy of discussion In business hours. Alid J. Odgon Ainloiir hits moro bilslliess hoilis In tliu course of tho calendar year than lms any other mil llolitdre itl tho western motropolls. Jit) eats his luncheon In his prlvuto btflce In the general olflcoa In Ln Balje street; sends out for It uom...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 June 1907

pair '.(I 'irrjri;--rT J-.-"r-f.fWr."rTTri''rr''"T:''"'i ni'PTH " ' '' i t t 'i,'-Tri m 1 ''rr- ' '' Tf r""" ' '''''''''l'''''l''WWMii T i4Aph PAGE SIXTEEN '' THE MARION DAILY MIRllORSATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1907 ' - J 1 Will Take You to tho Lodge You Comfortably There for Eight Days and Bring; You Back via Washington, D. C, Going and Returning By the Big Four and the Beautiful Chesapeake & Ohio Railway for (he Sum of TWENTY DOLLARS ,f CHILDREN HALF PRICE EXCURSION EVERY TUESDAY Beginning: Tuesday, July 2, 1907 Tickets Good For 10 Days Including Day of Sale The Exposition But little need 1)0 said nliout the Jamestown Exposition. The UTy facts siirouinling its conception, its fdcnl location, iiMtlciig in the ery lioait of a locality which literally teems with iiistoiic inleiest, uie inducement Milicicnt to make every body wish to attend. Thuwiry Jirst lesson in J'nited States, history tells f .Jamestown. The iniht vivid and tingio events ill the history of tho nation conter around uiul...

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. — 24 June 1907

Mft,fmm(lfiKMfltiimmim Y "F-fY V? '"y The ARION 'At VOLUME XV. NO. 209. MA1UO. OUIO, atOjrSY EVENING. JUNIS 2)Ll907. wMio M IV1IRROR I 3B JLJHLXJL x PHIOE TWO OBNTB sS 'A V. vw, , V w V BODY OF KIDNAPED BOY An Italian Who Knew of the Double Crime was Put Through a Sweating, Confessed and Led the Party of Searchers to Where the Body Lay. Kidnapers Became Alarmed was Being Made, Killed the Boy, Wrapped His Body in a Blanket, Carried it Several Miles Into the Louisana Swamps and Dropped it up Over the Kidnaping and New Orleans, June 24 Two in lira Into tho Interior of a bli; swamp near thl3 city tliu headless, ltoily or Walter Iamnna, un Italian ch'ltl, between 7 ami 8 years, who wan kidnaped and held for, ICOOO ransom two weeks ugo, was fotiild by pollco and vigilantes just beforo dnybreak, Sunday. Ho had been strangled to death, aocordlns tp the confession of ono of several Italians held by the police. rrho boy's nock Is supposed to Itavo been broken When Ins was strangled, causing t...

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. — 24 June 1907

HpnpmvffHOTPPMnmiMf f i pw wpyji i w "- ,f---" " ,,,im imgimkmu apmp "mww' hpumi tttuM'iTmrrymmn zsssKzrtttymswtiWvrviWwmw I 1, fcAafi rtfo JUGGERNAUT Of Industry Claims 1,000 Lives Every Year. PITTSBURG MILLS, Factories and Railroads Furnish a Never Ceasing Harvest of Deaths from' Various Accidents. PittibUrg, June 24. "Human Hve3 sacrificed upon the altar of Industry" might well be the title of the blotter In the office of the coroner of Alle gheny county, a volume that mutely proclaims upon Its pages what It costs betides money for the Pittsburg dis trict to maintain Its prestige In the milling, mining and mercantile marts of the country and retain Us title of "workshop of the world." "!Thls volume, an otllclal record de manded by the laws of the common wealth, shows that almost "ill per cent, of the deaths are violent and are tlio result directly and Indirectly of the 'unceasing riiBh and grind of the In dustries In the Pittsburg district that are contlnnnlly driven, night and d...

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. — 24 June 1907

: -?b .7 V Sji fi lli' ft.'. "S-' !:. jk 1 u i , -'Aw BlyHM.,",','l IWW ilWMlHIUPWiWI Wondorful Human Heart. The efficiency of tho human heart Is greater tlinn that of any plcco of ma chinery, taking Into consideration tho slzo. It pumps, nearly eight tons of blood dally. Fortune In Single Fee, The Into Dr. James Gale, tho famous blind medical electrician, Is said once to have taken a foo of $250,000, tho largest ever paid for medical electrical nttendnnco. FAMILY THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Commencing Monday Matinco JUNE 24th HARVEY REESE & ALrREY SISTERS Tho Lady tho Tad and the Coon. THE LE PELLETIERS On U13 Cheyenne Trail E. P. RO'WE Tenor, Illustrated Song. LOREN QUILLIN Comedy Acrobat "GERTRUDE & ROBERT JAY MueicaTSlkcteh. TOWER'S NEWNMCTUJIES Herring Fishing int agar Another sot of dishuMyvcn away Thursday matinco to lady holding 1 ucky number. Numbers given out Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mat inees. Chl'drcn's Matinco. Saturday IOC. Two Shows Nlnlitly. 7:30-9:00 TICKETS l...

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. — 24 June 1907

mmniiH kMBfui- .i.BffrtT.tnflrrtVWWW4.railltJ.IIHIiai fiiiiiiiMiliMilWlArMMWt r to. ii imlK ' in 11 iiiiiiiijpNiiii x ' , pace four " THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY JUNE 24, 1007. f THE aily Mirror. - - """ -?T' J. BURGESS ...Business Mnnnger A? C HOLLAND Editor Vf M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor 'ADVERTISING: RATES FUR WISHED ON APPLICATION. Cwr fcTMa nnnnr rnpnlvps thfi ScriDDS- IIcRao Tolcgraphic Nows Sorvlco aAd Markot Reports. Prates of subscription. felngle Copy 2c lr Week by Cnrrior 10c By Mail, per Year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Bath Phones ... XiO. 1 WliiVTllFK-Scattercd (thunder showers lato tonight or Tuesday. Secretary Tnft is going to Yale, but that is not -where uVoraker vould like to send him. It is to bo hoped that the "un written law" will not be extended lo include somnambulism. The next coition "Wild Ani mals I llavo Knovn" by Ernest Senton Thompson, will doubtless include the president. A Memphis woman has sued the camo man for divorce five limes, He w...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 24 June 1907

rzm 3 -y. , v'im- i,t,T,Thii -.n , p.t hiiwilitrtwyltCiw r' A a f"$L )r Backward Season Sale Prices This sale Is by far the most important of iqny Clearance Sale wc have ever held, for the ! values a.rc the best. Searcy far and wide and you will not find as attractive a line of offer-, ings as those enumerated here. Bach and every Item on this page far below real market worth. Clothing: Men's Suits $6.00 suits now.... $3.95 $10 and $12 suits now $8.87 $18 suits now $13.75 Boys Long Paftte Suits $5 suits now -$3.75 $10 suits now $15 suits now Children's Wear Boy's double breasted suits splondid selection. Extra special $2 Boy's double breasted suits best child's suits. Baclt ward season sale $3 Colic and Diarrhoea Palna In tho stomach, colic and diarrhoea n'o quickly relieved by tho use ot Chaniberlaln'o Colic, Cholen and Dlarrhooa Remedy. When In need of nuch a medicine, give it a trial. For sale .by nil druggists. Excursion iCedar Point .H '41 i '. ' t. Leavea .Marlon, Tuesdny, Jun...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 24 June 1907

ww-yJ ?TMT& SimSimmS t.,. pw 7v "y W ', m 3 V S ' PAGE MX THE MARION DAILY MIRlfolS, MONDAY JUNE 24, 1907 3 r ri , ! i I f i f ( i-ft Union Station Time Card EFFKOT1VM JAN. 1, 1807. e ; : v IBIlll III I NORTH BOUND. No. t m No. 33 10:2B am No 35 ,'20 vm No. 37 ln:ti0 nm No. 39 6:10 ,n BOUTIl HOUND No. JO J:M m No. 38 7:Z0 "' No 32 lO'.SR am No. 3t l!3r J'01 No. 30 7: P"' Dally. No. 38 start from Marloa. No. 30. slops t Marloa. No. 39 will leara Coluwbui at jm on Sundays. FRIF JM-ILROAP' No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:46 am No. K, New York Rx 6:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vostibulo Limited. ...6:33 pm No. 1G Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm C. & B. DIVISION. No. 9, Chicago Express 12:55 am No. 3, Vc3tlbul Limited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific ICxpresa 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati J!xpros3...1:15 am &Vrt. 3, VcBtltiuled Limited.. 10:39 ani No. 11 2:45 pm Dally. A Dally Bicwut Sunday. lew York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROU...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 24 June 1907

, "" pvirfii- V IV .THE BfrAMOK DAILY- MillROR", " MOHtfAY.'JUftB 24, imJ" itfaii SEVEN. 1 L. - - ' 1 m w M 1 ' h - 'PITCHER WILLIAM DlNEEN Dig 1)111 Dlnoen, tho giant twlrlor of tho Boston Americana, hail Ills wishes granted when Taylor an nounced that DIncen would hereafter wear the uniform of tho St. Louis Browns of tho samo league. Dlneen was swapped for Pitcher Jacobson, of St. Louis, and this deal followed close on the transfer of Collins and tho rwvvwwwyvwvi SCIENTIFIC BASEBALL JS v ENJOYED BY SPECTATORS Demand for Heavy Hitting by "Fans" la Second to That for Short Games. American followers of baseball aro unwittingly, but nevertheless willing ly, being educated to tho national pastime in Its most scientific phase. The game as now played has pioba biy reached a point llttlo short of per fection, considering It from a sclen title viewpoint. It is almost impossi ble to find a flaw in tho present day article, us played by teams In either the major or minor leagues, and that the...

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. — 24 June 1907

ffigyfl a H&fftftHfty" MyWfl v V: MARION DAILY MIRKOR MONDAY JUNE' Hi, 1007 PAGE EIGHT THE - ' Men's Black Underwear Shirts Are made with French col-, lar, pearl buttons anil white hutton hole ediiinti. SIZES 34 to 44. STORE KLEIN m Special Sale This WeeK On Lawns Batistes and Dimi ties worth 8c and some 10c yard 5c White Dotted Dress Swiss You would not expect to buy tlicseifor less than 250 yard ... 12 l-2c open tonight THE Denman-Jenncr Co. WESf CENTER STItEET. FORMER RKSIDENT Purchases Elegant Residence in the Capital City. In the- most important deal In res. Idence real estate that lias taken place In Columbus for many months, H. C. Godman, a former well-known Marlon man, secured possession of on of the finest homes In the capital city. Mr. Godman purchased the flno homo of Jlnry Olmstead, No. 1115 East Broad 'iitreet', tho consideration being CTO.uoO. -Mr. Godman will mow Into his new home within a short time. The Col umbus Dispatch, In glvP.g an nccoiint of tho deal, Sund...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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