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

nyrttr" The Marion Daily Mirror Section one PAGES 1T0 8 X VOLUME XV. NO. iSOfl. MARION. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1907. PRICE TWO OENT8 Y j? X TWO SCORE ARE DEAD Another Awful Disaster quette Happens Near 35 Bodies Train Filled with Laughing Excursionists lis Suddonly Altered to Inferno of Death Many Burn Alive Plymouth, Mich., July 20. Twclyo coaches, heavily loaded with laughing and happy employes on tho Pero Mar quette railroad were spinning along near Salem, Michigan, this morning, when, the special crashed Into a coal train. Twenty-two dead bodies at this hour havo been taken from tho wreckage More than 65 aro Injured. Many of SERMON UNCOVERS A PREACHER'S INIQUITY Minister Moves Congregation with Discourse on Pure Liv ing and Conscience Stricken Women Betrays Him to Officials. Lincoln, Neb., July 20. Disgraced by the force of his own cloquenco, Rev. W-. P. Ferguson, pastor of the First Methodist church of University Place, a suburb, was suspended from' tho church today f...

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 July 1907

- -fc"- 1 ftjr(T-ir(-w- - - r- ft i". (?. ' 4 i Hi t" I .3 . K PAOK TWO "" ',l"HB",'li-W. TLAREBACK' Caused the Catastrophe on the Georgia. THE NAVAL BOARD That Investigated Returns a Verdict Gunners Were Too Eager to Make a Record for Speed. Washington, July 20. By n process of elimination the nnx"al board which haa been Investigating the accident whereby tbo men In tho turret of the battloflhlp Georgia lost their lives h.ts nrrlved at tho conclusion that a ' de layed flnreback" caused this catastro phe. In one sense the verdict Is re ceived with n sonee of relief by naval officers because It showed that they had no new element of danger to con tend with. They had experienced "flarebacks" before and thoudit that they knew how to deal with thou. A "delayed llaroback" N caused by closing off too soon the blast of com pressed air which Is supposed to ox pel from the bore of the gun the tin burnt gases and fragments of smol dering powder covering what might be left from the last discha...

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 July 1907

x 'Y It -v p. t?L. u. ?7-; A Mr CHALLENGE! Yft challenge anyone to product a 'cm nf Cciema or other chin dlt 'ca that Dr. Taylor's ECZEMA REMEDY ' 'wllPtot euro ' it lMthe only absolute panacea for nil bloocPWIsea&Ps Hnd skin eruption. Thousand; testimonials to tiow yotl. k Bond for plIMos of recent cures Sold under amdlutit flusrantee Ui ture or money refmriid, Nat A slr.ale Instntitn of failure It ,you would be cured net It today. Headley Drug Company, Marlon, 0, Ask for free illustrated booklet. j pVIL IN THE TELEPHONE. Dots Harm In Keeping Women Too Much In the House. A DhvslclAn remarked lately that the telephone was tho means of moro Mckness especially headaches, than nl tnost anything oltio. Ho explained that 'Women who could do all of their or dering over tho telephone seldom left tho house to buy anything, and ir they would only get out and tako a walk early In tho morning they would, re (turn to the house with brighter spirits and moro animation for work, Un doubtedly ...

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 July 1907

PAttE FOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1007 THE ANQLERS MIX IT UP AOAIN., v,j m: 'I m: I Daily Mirror. $3. BURGESS ...Business Manager "A. C. HOLLAND Editor b P. M. AEMSTHONQ. .City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR- NIBBED ON APPLICATION. This paper receives the Bcrlpps . McRae Telegraphic News Service and Market Reports. k ""rates" OT SUBSCRIPTION.. Single Copj -r,..2c (T For Week by Carrier lOo By Mnil, per Year $-1.00 jg Semi-Weekly Minor, per year $1.00 -Both Plumes No. 0 Weather for Ohio Partly cloudy to- nlsht and Sunday. H IRSTSPEECH i For the State Is Made to the Haywood Jury. dAWYER HAWLEY Denounces the Western Federation of Miners and Praises the Story Told by Harry Orchard. Boise, Idaho, July 20. Field for argument, both for the prosecution and defense In the trial of V. D. Hay wood, charged with murdering Frank Steunenberg, was limited Friday by Judge Wood, who removed from con sideration of the Jury nil evidence bearing on the alleged conspiracy by mine owne...

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 July 1907

THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, OATURDAY, JULY 20, 1007 PAGE PIVB 5SKtt.2! It ! X S tm. Ladies, Look Here it yort can nno any of the 21 itcmo named hero you'll save nvoney on every itfom you buy Wo sell for least. Ladles' long ltalo gloves, black and whlto ,.,... 39c Ladles' long nllk llslo gloves ., .. .. ..... 89c Uidlen' long suoqo gloves, tan slato and blacKtoL 08c Ladies' long silk glfr&..98c Ladles' leather bandSttg's, tan and black., ,,,. . afc Ladhs' wh'ito emb, belts 1C and 20c. ChUilrirn'B tBurfcer Bro.wn bolts,' all colors .. ..10c Ladles' white kd Unto.. 20c THE RACKET STORE . A Label That Hurts. Thoy stopped to road a largo sign engraved In stono In front of n homo for women In Harlem, it read like this: : "lioAi h"f6'ii 'nnsPKCTAnVr:! ' aoed' : ANDINplanNT KJCMAI.KS : "Thoy cnll It Indignant females up hfire," sold tlio girl na thoy walked on. "They havo to pay n llttlo some times to get In there." "1 should think thoy would call It Indignant," remarked her friend, tlio w...

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 July 1907

JJMMrttflMp tvmmimllmmi'MMM4mmltmi mmiiivJpmm!itlm, ,4.1 . 5S9B9S 2fSH9K9 . I.v rv. v. r PAGE StX Union Station Time Card KFFKOTiVH JAN. 1, 1J07. WMMMi NORTH BOUND. KB. II ....7:00 ra No, 83 .. 10'2B m tia SB : Pm No. 37 10:E0 Pm No. 89 l:lQFu flOUTH BOUND. No. 10 !W tun Mo. 88 7:20 am No 82 10:2B n No. 81 1:86 ptn No. 36 75" m Dally. No. 38 start from Marloa. No. 39. BtopH at Mario., t No. 89 will lav Oolumbui M lu ea Sundays. ERIE MilJ?Mi No. 10, Chautauqua Ex.. 12:30 nr No. 8 Now York Ex.. 5:40 nm No. 12 8.60 aui No. 4, Vestibule Limited 0:15 pm .No. 10 Accommodation 12:52 pm No. 1.2 arrives 5:20 pm O. K. DIVIHION No. 14 11:20 pm Daily except Sunday and legal holidays carries passengers, but no baggage between Hammond and Marion . No. 0, Chicago Express 12:45 am No. 3, Vestibuled Limited 10:54 am No. 11 ':-5 Pm No. 21 7:00 am No. 7, Pacific Express 11:00 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9. Cincinnati Exprees...l:15 am No. 3, Vestibuled Limited 10:59 am No. 11 4:25 r Dally. Dally exce...

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. — 20 July 1907

,A X T MBift'iiemgq mim FUTURE HIIiHBPBHHIIKi&'csH?P$'ll rrom itfteogriph, cnpjrlKht, lij rnilrinol A Inilntropil, N. Y. , Cadets at the United States Military academy at West Point In skirmish line drill. HAS ELECTRIC HANDS SCHOONER OF QUEER SORT 0AIL3 INTO BOSTON HARBOR. Mysterious Devices Arc Used to Un load the Vessel's Cargo, Which lo Dono In Unusually Fast Time. Boston. The schooner Northland, which sailed Into Boston a few duyu ago, lo a vesool of mystery , Her can tain says who In equipped with elec trical hands. They hnndlo her cargo far better than stevedores better, In fact, than the cargoes of tho mam moth ocean liners. Just what these "electrical hands" aro tho captain will not toll, as it Is a secret shared oitly by himself and tho owners of tho vessel. But ono thing Is cortaln, her Interior machin ery (s different from nay vessel of hor kind that over sailed tho sea, and hor construction marks a new era In jmrlno architecture s.Jusf Imagine, If you can, an or dina...

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 July 1907

ppffC?;".TVi'C'l"'JWi"'-1IH'?'J' . '' '"'J'1'" i!jii' ' i "Miji;' iy wfV." "'r'JEviBr-t'W'ABi!JV-r'r'yi'' H" a'i''rKl'(j)'ajJEVro'ivnvViw ---f r PAOS 32IOS9 1 KLEINMAIERS Summer learance si Sale Is one week old hummer. Did you get your share of the bargains? We'll be open tonight till midnight. '(f'''"''" BABE CRIES FOR MOTHER Little One Dies Few Hours After Parent. BURIED SIDE BY SIDE Dread Tuberculosis Claims Both Mother and Child , Baby Lips Lisp Word "Mamma" Case One of Most '.Pitiful on Re. cord Burial at Bybalia. - lu V9 Hattle Mario Moore, the cight-months-old daughter of Mr. Milton Moore, ot Byhalla, died at tho homo of her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Clark, of Monroe strcot, at C o'clock Friday morning. Death resulted after a short Ulncs3 ot pulmonary tubercu losis. Thursday morning tho mother of tho child passed away. Tho Invalid babo cried continuously for Its parent and diedwith tho clilldlsh word "Mama" on Us lips. Tno remains ot tho little one were shipped to Byhalla th...

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. — 20 July 1907

1?4(m&M9r'r'Wf9V1'fj(ySl 'f&fKWf''''rT iTr - ' ? r-if -,K. ,-rr,r ,J- Daily Mirror. jL SECTION TWO PAGES ' 9 TO 16 JL JtllJi VOIiUMH XV. NO. 21)2. MAUION. OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1907. PKIOB TWO CENTS MARION t ; !f JK j X X KJCSX3JCX?X34X3VWSX SPECIAL LETTER TO THE MIRROR FROM THE COUNTRY'S METROPOLIS Matters of Interest to the Whole Country are Re- g ported by Edward Staats Luther From g New York City. 8 J3ttXSXSXVVSSX, Now York, .Tuly 10. "Tho Sunday Kowdy Is getting to be a serious prob lem In this town," said u 1'lttsburB man. "llo lu destroying all tlio pleasure decent people got from a. Sundny afternoon outing, ion tnuo a trip to Bronx or Van Cortlaudt Park, to tho Jersey Btibuibs, or any whero In tho country; you'ro then happy" but tired, and you want aj peaceful rldo back into tno city, in stead of that you find yourself en tangled In a mass of young ruffians, who terrorlzo every subway, elevated and, subuibau train nnd every fetry hoat regularly Sunday noon...

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. — 20 July 1907

PAGE TfiK kmwtt i'tfiii iri-r- "-TTTT"TJ THE MAKtON DAIfcY MtftROIt &XTUKWCT', JULY 20, 1907 ft It MONO-RAIL SYSTEM TO REVOLUTIONIZE RAILROAD TRAVEL May Relegate Steam Locomotives and Heavy Coaches to the Scrap Heap. FINANCIAL GIANTS Men of Millions Stand Ready to Test Practica bility of Scheme of Howard Hansel Tunis- ' Speed of 150 Miles an Hour Is Among Promises Made. New York. A young mechanical en gineer, for n little more than three years, bus been mystifying ami amus ing persons living near his father's home nt Windsor Hill, Just outBldo of Baltimore, by his experiments with n single rail railroad that he has con structed. Recently all the newspapers In tho city contained the authoritative an nouncement that John 11. Stnrln, who has made millions In transportation enterprises; Charles Stewart Smith and Woodbury Lnugdon, all members of the Rapid Transit commission, wero to back a company which will build this young engineer's single rail rail road from Jersey City to Newark...

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. — 20 July 1907

I r ,V snra THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1007, WWTWIWWWWnui mm iyi t-i j y SEE "' '' 4J-J1X-U-1B- 252 PACffi ELEVEN" -H'lLULfHmWCT'-' Jgtttlgg Urider the Double Eagle, MARCH. j - , fciiiii Inlivduction. Sp J. F. WAGNER, Op. 159; -csLin ttrtHh-"HW SP -J m ir?qqc5z: -- - - pr-F -W CB"D fUB.ffJL.fi -fl YjfeteaBgjjigBgppfe O! iM Ho -W : 1 i" -1- r- - r-- J lit 5- ''.'V2S- '58? 1 fl'TitJ Ly-i. ....fcrzfc:. Copyright, 1000, by Tho Atnerlcnn Melody Co., New York, W j -. : JT2 jfe ffZ ' JT2T &. y scr--f- Ji Qfc d3t -j J HTFp -J-Jl (fc5 IIP 1 -v -- , , .U SJ ; i5t: -W -J (J Li y ;;; p pdolassimo - & - Pr I b.u,.,. Trio D C. T.ast ending of TrjcK. s & a- k ZjL ttt March J' L' fll Fim 1 1 -.--. - 4. 4.J.-i tr r Ilnrfiv the Double Eaclc Miarch. 3. THE ARIZDNA KICKER Its Ever Watchful Editor Has to Use; His Guns Again. TROUBLE' OVER AN ARTICLE. How the Needed nel look exception to tlio nrtlcle, nl- , If ho was obliged lo run Bitch rt ranch Colonel Waj Given a Much Dad ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 July 1907

I 4 41 vi ft m s 8 8 E M PAGE TWELVE For Couighs and Colds Nearly all other Cough Cuioa aro constipating, 09pecially thoso con taining opiate. Kennedy's Laxatlvo Cough Syrup movos the bowels. Contains no opiate. Kennedy's Laxativq , Cough Syrup CONTAINS HONBV AND TAR "A Cold or a Cough nearly always produces constipation the water all runs to the oyos, Jiose and throat In stead of passing out oy tho systom through the livor and lsdnoys. For want of moisture tho bowels become dry and hard.! Kennedy's Latatlvo dough Syrup rolioYOs Colds byNwrkirfc thom out of the system throfrgha copious action of the bowels. Conforms to National PURE FOOD & DRUG LAW Sold by Bros. E G Coo and Tschanca 1 July Shoe Prices Wo aro making very low prices jon Men's Oxfords this months Men'sOanvas ' Shoes or Oxfords ?V t $1-25 Men's GunMctal 'or Pat ent leather oxWd3 ..$1 08 Men's Gun MetS)pr Pat. leather Oxfords .... $2.25 Men's Gun Metal or Pat. Leather Oxfords.... $2.08 Men's Solid Comfort Vlci $1.08 ...

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. — 20 July 1907

L y n x ir WC. T. U. COLUMN Devoted to tho Interest' of Christian and Tomp-ja anco Work, Under tho Supervision of Francis WillardW. C. T. IT. and Directed by Mrs. Dr. Dugan, to Whbto all Communications for this Colnmn Should be Sent. Ohio white rlbboncrs mourn tho loss of our beloved Btato president, who has "entered upon tho activities tfmt are not succeeded by weariness." A. college graduate, and tho daugh ter of a college president, Mrs. Clark ' was endowed with acumen and culture that mado nur a power in ever cauao flho espoused. She camo Into tho temporanco work during tho Crusado. latcr on, her ability found nmplo scope In Uiq W. C. T. U., whero sho sorved ably, first as county president then as state superintendent of Fairs and Open Air Meetings, then as state corresponding socretary, and for tho past ten years as president of tho Ohio W. C. T. U. In this position she has shown great administrative ability and lnltlatlvo. Under nor Inspiring leadership rnc-ro than ton thousan...

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. — 20 July 1907

a SAGE rOURTKEN THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1007 ffBBrWgJtlJWW'WIWWllMIIIWJIyWHIWPWgHIW ?WB!J f "a STYLES ARE PLAIN f FEW FRILLS OM CHlLDREN'8 GAR MENTS THIS SEASON. II SPORTING NEWS HOT OFF Me GRIDDLE f L B t v f & ig "Wiwwi i hi ftjw n i ii mm tun 1 1 1 m RESPONSIBILITY can make bnll plnyore Just an It un makes them. The careers of ball lessors tlmt liavo becoino playing captnlns or playing managers provide muny Interesting nnd contra dictory grounds for cogitation. Usually a stellar player loses 1i!h gilt edgo In piny when lie shoulders the burdens of team generalship. That's what lmppenod to .loo Kelley, tho former Cincinnati captain and lirst baseman. Sumo with Gem-go DavIm. who won fame as the Now York Na tional's shortstop and now with the champion Chicago Americans. Jimmy Collins was onco consldeied tho best third baseman In tho country, but a few years of control or the Ronton Americans put hhn on the toboggan idlde. It Is bollrvrd h, will mproe With tho...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 July 1907

? f V ! ' A T" jf?T'"f THE MARtOft DAILV MliCKOI?, SATURDAY, JUIiY 50, M? PAGE rlFTEEK) UNCL i f "ONCE UPON A TIME" AiND "ONCE UPON ANOTHER TIME" "T1 . . . . . - - - i imBMMWMrrawiiraMmm mm i .11 !. mm mmtmam ..Mmi ii 11 1 in 1 11 1 11 .iiwiw ! w i 1. .in ill in 1 1 I 11 11 " " MK'm&am( ( Ml XMSSA tX?SsSKL u. j ryyyy rsr or, 'v . mv'-5" -"v s i. .s x a .r':v- i r i v -. -i . a ,. rmzmmmmF' symm xeesikmm i-vr nst X rNCLE JOB, you've been plet- ty nearly every plate, haven't you?" ntierlod El- il nU "t have been to China," answered Uncle Joe. , . "Well, tLeh, tell us some tfhineso 1 stories," Elsie unid, . "All right," said Undo .Too, "here I "(free Upon ft Time," I lie began, "there was a man who I We'd In China. And his first wife , died, leaving hlrtl with one small on. And ho got married again, and I became the father of another son. "When he diod ho left n whole lot Of land. Ills second wife was made "eitecutrlx by the huBbnr.d's will. And Bhe didn't have, to give any bond. "...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 July 1907

T ,V'W 'f ' i -nfijof 'J'iyn?r'j - v v rnHispffy-i nrmv pSvS!W ?-TTW"& $&& j PAGE BIXTBBN THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1007, WM WANT AM AUTOMOBILE - -WWtf).' -m-- f " ... ' . . I ' " ' ' S HI i immmmmmm nmnim m r r m m IL I w If you are a lady resident of Marion, Marion County or any adjacent county your opportunity is Here to Win One-a $650 "Reo" Fourteen Magnificent Prizes Representing a total expenditure of Fifteen Hundred Dollars which will be awarded to ladies in the territory covered by the contest without cost to them except of their personal efforts. An offer so liberal as this one made in the Marion Mirror Contest has never before been made in this locality and may never again be duplicated. Look Over List of Candidates Published elsewhere in this and succeeding issues of the Daily and SemiWeekly Marion Mirror. Select your favorite, and vote today and everyday, that they may succeed in the prize winning. Six Diamond Rings Six magnificent diamond r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 July 1907

' - Tjrr s v i ntTP? -if 4.i Daily s ,y MA1UON. OHIO, MONDAY EVOSNINGr. JULY 22, 1907. 1'IMOIC TWO OENTB VOLUME XV. NO. U93. r v rF " Mirror 1 ric y j? htx T ( "sift m 150 PEOPLE LOSE LIVES IN STEAMSHIP DISASTER Steamer Columbia, Crowded with Passengers, is Struck by Heavy Lumber Ship, San Pedro, and Goes Down-Happens Between San Francisco and Portland. 100 Escape by Jumping Aboard San' Pedro Hus bands and Wives Parted and See Loved Ones Sink to Watery Graves Scenes are Heart Rending. BUM-WTW. . San Frnncicco, July 22. Later re ports from tho uceno of the collision between the steamers Columbia und San Pedro Indicate tliut 160 persons wero drowned. On account of. tho barren nature of tho coast whore the accident occurred, dcflnlto Information has come slowly. MEN LEAN AGAINST DOCK RAILING; THREE DROWNED Crowd of 15 Fa,ll Into Black River at Lorain Are dkd Together and Figh,t for Life Ensues. 'L'oralrt, O,, July '22. While" 15 men erawaltlnc dnxtlio dock this morn 1 lug, 'to1 taYo lh...

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 July 1907

'lln'i"''T''w'ijltfy'T"'' '" inn.'jmMytrTia'' i VA l? r r r wl v ! I. 4' 1 & m K- '& TT70 MIGHTY SQUADRON THAT WILL CARRY FLAG TO PACIFIC 1 REPRESENTATIVE OF Belief Prevails That in Event of War, the Sail . ors of the Mikado Would Have Met Their Match in the Men on Board the Splendid Warships of Uncle Sam---Austrian Military l Expert Slill Sees Menace in Japan's Action. "Washington While "-e-ent events i'mn to have set at iust all -idea of war at the present time between japan and the United Stales, there is little doubt thatthe situation has been viewed by bbth governments In the most serious light. That Japan .In her diplomatic notes had assumed a1 tone of ariugance, seemingly calou lated to arouse Ameilcan lesentment, is admitted, and the gathering or the mighty fleet to catry the stars and stripes to the far Pacific Is undoubt edly .looked upon by the world as a dignified warning to the eastern em pire that the patience of the United States has a limit. Looked for War at...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 22 July 1907

i,V'W"l15 r' "iilFS!8rr'"yr T'''"'!'!!'" Iff. r ,(. .s .V or l- u. liftt W. r tpWBW.JUHJU. . -t lu-i J liMW The Universal Staple. . Strengthening food for the weakest digestion. Nourishing food for the strongest digestion. Good for the babies good for all ages the most nutri tious of all the wheat foods. Uneecla Biscuit In moisture and 'dust proof packages. NATIONAL BISCUIT C&MPANY Thirty days treatment for hidnojr bladder troubles and rlmiinKitlnui Tor $1,00, Your monoy refunded ir not satisfied I'lnculca contain no alco hol. Do not doranp thc slompch. Easy to tulio Bold by Klockou Drug Store. MARION FAMILY THEATRE ALL Tins WEEK Commencing Monday Matlueo JULY 2?. Throo Hutchinson's Albortus & Altus Nod Norton Claudius & Scarlot E. P. ItOWE Will Sing 31ncc You Palled M: Dearie. POWERS' OAMEOQBAPII Villain's Wooing. Monday and Saturday Mat inees only 10c during sum mer months. Two Shows Nightly 7":30-0T00 Tickets 10c and 20c. Children's Saturday Matinee riVE CENTS. Plenty...

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 July 1907

fV'" "Tf "wptg ' wpi1' JnwytTTf- vT-ir" r v"S ibp f PAGE roup. the Marion daily mirror, m6ndav, july 22 1007. ii. 1: Daily Mirror S BURGESS ...Business Manager A. C. HOLLAND ....'. Editor T. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FUR- NISHED ON ArPLIOATION. ? This paper receives tlio Scrippa McRao Telegraphic Nowa Corvico and Markot Reports. "Trates 01' SUBSCRIPTION, Single Copy 2o For Week by Carrier 10c Hy Mml, per Year $4.00 'Soini-'Weekly Minor, per yoar $1.00 i Both Plniii . No. 0 d Weather 1'urtly cloudy tonight, flowers In eastern portion. Slightly cooler. Tuesday partly cloudy. I It i .surely a fortunate thing that Billik is not nfr.ud to die. t All of the fans seem to think the Jiew men Mill do. About time for Vice-President CFahbanks to rofuo .mother cock Tail. " . Uncle. 7oo Gannon is away on his vacation, probably doing n little fctunt at nature faking. Have you ip.iid you luxe.? The books, in tho treasurer's olllcc were closed today. Korea's emperor has abdicated,...

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