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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 25 January 1907

"- ., Sr 0 .Vi' ! 'f fr . -, f f'.ii v The Marion Daily Mirror. ' 5 VOLUME XV. NO. 147. MARION, OHIO. li'ltlDAY KVENTNG, JANUARY 25, 1907. PRICE TWO CENTS I r ( " V r sW.'aw rf-'il-.; CHANCELLOR DAY CONTINUES HIS DEFENCE OF THE GREAT CORPORATIONS Hfc Predicts the Day When People Will Talk of Billionaires Instead of Millionaires and Prophesies Better Times for AH. Iti an Address Before the Manufacturers' Club of Brooklyn He Arraigns the Men Who ar,j Fighting the Trusts, Placing Them in Same Class With Those Who Opposed the Loom, the Cottongin, the Steam boat and StcamJJngine He Scores the Laboring Man for Saying and Be lieving That He is the Backbone of the Nation's Prosperity Now York, Juu. 'Jo. Predicting Hint before Hie close of (hc present century billions will displace mil lions iu tin1 swollen fortunes, Chan cellor Day of Syracuse university made n renuirk.ible defense of cor porations in u speech nt itbe nunitiil biUiiiiet of Hie .Manufacturers' elub of ilvooklyn lust night. "...

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. — 25 January 1907

' V ,i , rf a ? ' ' ' -. A '"-' K w PAGE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1007. U i i I fc fe 1' K'K & -i BUCKEYE STORIES. i Coal Company Wins Legal Victory. SteubcnvMo, 0.. Jan. 1!.".. The Unl led States Coal Co., of (ictchtnd, hat won a suit In the suptetno courl which will cnablo It to continue In op rrutlon tho Plum Hun mine, In the lower end of Hie county, which II would havo had to closo In casu an ad verso decision was given. The coin pany purchased thousands or acres ol coal lands to conned tho Crow Hollow and tho l'lum Run mines, which arc lluec miles npart, and started to build n power line ocr tho Btiifnce lands I'ho farm owne.ts chopped down the notes and tho company secured nn In junction. Tho fnrmois then enjoined tho company from meeting the line 'The case went through three courts nud tho company won. A Very Fatal Wreck. atnilotta, O., Jan. W. One of the most dlsnsttous ftolght wtccks eve! occurring In this vicinity happened Wednesday night on the Oh...

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. — 25 January 1907

j ' ' sr-j ' -W T 5- t"4kY, TiS :fq(c;fiJ,p' " i"ffl . ' '. t ' i w.Kx c y i r- tf r JS ji 1 1 T'4 , tX , - V rfr v tied matjo:?, ,datl7 i:r.oa -mlT, JAIf. 2D. WZ7. PAGE THREE. nrwwuvmfniinii'MiKKiuiwUMPiHii SBzgt$k W A GREAT SHOE c I vjaji. '4 4 kxs JL ; - j If- i lXJa7 7v AID :y ( ( "Tj ;,Vi ''. . tf " V'' r 5 f .V R4M Ai i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJMm Thoro fa nothing that makes" a really good woman bo triumphantly vlrtuoua an to go out to dinner nnu have somo'.Mnc wrong with her host ess cooking -Now York Press. l.-(ii a nil Mir. ONE NIGHT ONLY Saturday, Jan 26th, 1907 Under Harrison Cray Fislfc Direction in the "Kreuizer Sonata" a ?? Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, 81.00 and SI. 50. aHHOmBB! I" (I FAftlBLY THEATRE TONIGHT. WESSON, WALTERS it WESSON in a comedy sketch A TRIP TO WASHINGTON 5 OTHER BIG ACTS 5 Matincoa Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 2s30 P. M. 10c Special Bchool children's mat ineo i!:30 P. M. Saturday 5c Two Shows Ni.qhlly, 7:30-8:45 TICKETS 10c AND 20c. AMATEURS INCLU...

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. — 25 January 1907

J t-F ,.'. 'ft, r a" l' I A ' t .V :ts.v--- v .1 ' tfatffo. -.: P w page roua THE MARION DAILY MIRROtt, i'UIDAY, JAN. 25, 1007. l-l lE vl H I. 1 to 3 w ,. THE Daily Mirror. ff. BURGESS ....Business Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNTSH ED ON APPLICATION Thin paper receive the Scnpw McKup Telegraphic Vw Service nod Market Keport RATES OK SUBSCRIPTIONS. Single Copy 2c For Week by Carrier 10c By Mail, pet year fl-00 Semi-Weekl Mirrot, per year $1.00 Both Phones No. 0 Weather for Ohio Fair tonight and Saturday, except snow In north, east portion, much colder tonlglit with cold wave. Councilman Wilson seems to bo or the opinion that each citizen should npend his time examining petitions to Bee If his name has been signed by some member or his family or some other person. The residents of South Prospect street, between Walnut street and the corporation line say they don't want the street paved, but council cays they do and that settles it. Co...

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. — 25 January 1907

tftf 1 fSr Hi f?r fTT i ' s A I J . THK MARION DAILY MIttttOlt, riUDAY, JAN. 25, 1U07. PAGE TIV15 ' i STORE OPEN TO-NIGHT 25f FF ST RELIT Z'S 20 FF All Furnishings All Clothing "nrwrp P ( i v V Art you going .Every man with a clothing want should get We lose the money cheerfully, because this sale assures us new and fresh stocks doesn't permit any garment to get out of style on our table. That is why we orJve a discount. It makes a Hart, Schaffner & Marx $20 Suit for $15. " It for $7.50. It makes a Wilson Bros. Shirt 80c. The original price is on each garment. You can figure you save. FINAL HEARING Held by the Commissioners on the W. W. Morrnl Ditch. Tho county commissioners yestcr. day afternoon gavo what was to havo been a final Hearing to tho V. V. Morral ditch. However a damage claim was presented by Fanny Ten Kick and tho hearing was adjourned for the purpose of giving tho commissioners an op portunity to view tho premises and dolormlno tho amount of damage tho claimant wou...

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. — 25 January 1907

i VI ft I TJWjr yiyjj j ' V ? y"v )"Wto2 ty n. tfi. M . l' i-r 41 n i V t a. L-& ' f A' s- -I I,pfc A.,. r 3 r.v II i. .f 4. $ ) n, . 'I &' r R' J A ' jTiArr? 3IX Union Station Time Card 0 - " .I-- - " ' ! "' I I I iHII H . nijTKCTtVi: .IAN. 1, 1007. -j T"--.'vi NOIITII POUND Nn. 31 ... N'o. T. No an iNo. T.7 . .7 00 am 10:25 am ,.1:20 im lO:r.o pm . (1:10 pm No ao SOUTH HOUND. No. No. r,o C-.TiO am 7 '20 am 10:2." nm . l:!!ii pm , 7: in pm :ik .i.. 1N 32 -, No. 31 tNo. 30 Dally. -.No. 3S staits rrnm Marlon. No. '.','.). stops at Marion. No. 3!) will leave Columbus at C pm on. Sundays. jTRiF RAILBOflB Noefc-in, Chautauqua Kn;'. .12:45 am No. S, Now York fcx C:32 am No. No. I, Vestlhulo Limited.... 0:33 pm lt Accommodation 12:r..' pm sNo. 22 arrives f:10 pm C. & C. DIVISION. 9, Chicago Hxpross 12:r.." am 3. Vestlbulcd Limited.. 10:31 am No. No. bNo. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:4." pm JNo. Pacific Express 11:10 pm " ' SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. !), Cincinnati I2xprcss...l:ir; aro N...

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. — 25 January 1907

y,FKJWi ' 1 . t"3 y . I. 1 4 u THE mXuION DAILY MIRROR FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1007. TAOE 8BVEtf. h,- - ( 5 i 'i I 1 The only form of food made from wheat that it all nutri ment is the soda cracker, and yet the only soda cracker of which this, is really true is Uneeda Biscuit The The The The 0 In a NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY I Society I and Honoring 21r. Harrison Griffotli who will 'IcaTo for Cleveland to night wlier.c die will accept a per manent position, a delightful party was held at Mio Qril'i'ith home in I'rosccb Thursday night. A com pany numbering about twenty-five guests were present fliul the evening was passed pleasantly at music, games and general social diversions. At 0 o'clock the guests were usher ed to the diu.'mg roufin wheru an aj'stcr suppor was served. . A very pretty wedding event was celebrated at the home of Mr. and Sirs. IJ. B. Clarl: at the corner of Church ' and Charles street, Thursday night wJien Mr. 'William Oriffeth and Miss. Lillian May Hen ri', both of Prospec...

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. — 25 January 1907

KTOv ESt- i' - i ; ,A t f 1'Aau wain THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY, JAN. 25, 1007. v v STORE OPEN THIS EVENING Irs "IT" KLEINMAIER'S 20TH ANNUAL DISCOUNT SALE Discount on all HATS AND CAPS. Discount on all CLOTHING. Discount on all FURNISHINGS. MVf O 20 10 ALL IS READY FOR THE TRIAL IT'S "IF STORE OPEN THIS EVENING SATURDAY'S INTERESTING SPECIALS COATS These reductions aro the low est wo ever eiuotod. But wo do not vixnl to carry over a single garment. Note these prices : $0.50 coat now $2.08 $10.00 coat now $3.08 $16.00 coat now $5.98 $20.00 to $25.00 coats $0.95 SUITS If you want a good well tailored suit 'oi an unusual low price NOW is your op portunity. As they will never bo lower. $G.!)7 Tor any of our $15.00 to $18.50 suits. $11. G9 For any of our $25.00 to $35.00 suits. 25 OFF On all our fleeced lined and wool underwear and hosiery. A great Saturday special. 25 OFF 50 OFF On all our outing; gowns, skirts, and drawers. Also our fascinators scarfs, hoods, etc. 50 OFF J. P. LU...

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. — 26 January 1907

fc't o' '' f V !' 4' The Marion41 Daily Mirror. SECTION ONE PAGES 1 TO 8 V. fc' "xyijjmi - VOLUME XV. NO. 148. MABION, OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. .fANUAHY 20, 1907. PKIOE TWp CENTS V V tw ) It J . . fft-tf m w bad ALKMSTS CJjtt MOVE MADE BY HARRY THAW It is Reported That Unless Miss Mae MacKenzie Remains Away From the Trial; Delmas Will Retire From the Case. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw's Mother is Prosttated Because of the Prominence Which She has Gained as the Result of Thaw Trial -She Says She has no Connection With the Case but That Her Son, Howaid Nesbit, "Will Testify for the Prosecution--Thaw is Pleased With the Jurors so Far Secured. Now York. .Inn. 120. - Unity Thaw ma'dti a vigorous protest to h'w cquiifet today, against llic State's alioliistf who sit within the mil of tjio' oirt anil watch him. to detect evidences of insanity. Thaw declared lis rights are being invaded and he could not lie forced to undergo audi an examination. .lorcnjo is convinced the defciifo will enter a plea of ...

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. — 26 January 1907

r Vi n W V J's . f JU -' , v . . flt' '! j ,m y i fAoii two IS REJECTED, . i v Mr. Bangs' Bid for Pan 4 ama Canal Work. MOTHER PARTNER, i If Mr. Oliver, Who was Associate with Bangs, Gets the Right One, He Will be Given Contract. Washington, Jan. 2C As the resnll of a confereue'd at t)l6 Whlto Houm last nlsht it was decided to reject tht bid of Oliver! & Btjngs, (who propoqec to complete th6"tconaIructiou of th Panama ennnj fqr -l.7n por cent, of the total natlmatod coat, Insofar as Ansoi M. Hangs, ot XffW Yottt City, Ih ron cernod. While., no official statonieui was rIvhi Ou(.1ll can bo authoritative ' )y .Htated thnf, ifr'-AVllllam J. Oliver, oi ' Knoxvlllo, Ti'tin.A can enter Into t (satisfactory arrangement with soim other contrnclqr"Vho Is .financially re ponB(l)lo h vlir ho. fcfven the con tract for the construction of the cannl The fact initlfi! 'McArthur-Ollles jilo Co., of Now Vorlc, whoie hid for the construction of the canal wan 12. f per cent., wero represented nfc t...

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. — 26 January 1907

mwh !v , rjw -? V ' d -VI i i.i f tr I , i V ' J' "r -.3 v lit" iy I1 r f X IV ' H t- ' V fl .' V I?" 'i I;. ft? f ' M If.-. flir , will V Hi ill ' if ' & .-r 535 KXt.l IE'iWSTB S6g GRAND ?. $.'JPRRY, Ls And Mgr. ONE NIGHT OfiLY 5,' Saturday, Jan 26th, 1907 Under Harrison Gray Fiske Direction in the "Kreutzer Sonata" i-A "Bertha .! kalicir Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, SI 00 and $1.50. THE GRAND 'ii m 1 in 1 O. K. PJflUtY, LesionndMgr. - ONE NIGHT ONLY MONDAY JAN. 28 Tho Eminent Actor Mr. Robert Downing Supported by an unusually strong cast including Miss Helcno and Mr. Leo Miller in Tho Comedy Hit of tho Sea- son Running for Governor by Herbert Bortford Tho Successor to Tho County Chairman. PRICES 20c, 00c, 75c and $1 TROM THE COMMONER. ' Really it would hecm that if the railroads impose a fine on bhippers who delay in unionI'll? cars, the shippers should bo nlIorpd to im po&o a fine on a road that delays cms that the bhiipcr& uro anxious to unload . , A cablegram lo I he Now Y...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 January 1907

t u 0 i.!S rip'"'' . ,'.V i 'V I 'At" IW v?r Mi J. 0? i tW '.i ( ft? X r 41 A. , . i rf- "tW r m PAQE FOUR THE MARION DAILY MIRJtOR, SATURDAY,, JAW. 20, 1907. I' it If LV- wi - S.r P'"', : ! t-l 4fm THE Daily Mirror. a. - , 3. BURGESS ....Buaineafl Manager A. C. HOLLAND Editor F. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION. This paper receives the 8cripps MoRae Telegraphic News 8crvico and Market Reports. BATE8 OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Single Copy 2c For Week by Carrier .....' 10c By Mail, per year $-1.00 Bomi-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phones No. 0 WEATHER-jFam continued cold tonight, except miow in the north oast portion. Sunday fair, not so cold in western portion. Governor? Geuaval Swcttcnluun crawling into ih'w shell was the best act ho ,bns done since tho earthquake at Kingston. Fred Bartl is .ssiid to bo consid ering presenting a petition to the city council to pave the Mnrio.ii Bucyrns pike k far north as the Marion county line, m that he may have...

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. — 26 January 1907

W A - lHl;l,'4 V "PfHw SkWsPWI i! ' ."-, "fS" ft ' rwT' v M. t t y . ' ' ?'. . Tr T fi. ! .' ' V' , .Jifl . t r ' i lUti Jt "(i THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1907. ' PAGE riVJEJ i" Oil rvy ? i mf f 1 nr i f C T ' ( l , v f ' sv iV IT MAKES A HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX ffi $20 SUIT Tr " fl OR $15.00. Strelitzs TTHLE. BIG STORE 20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL FURNISHINGS. MAKES A WILSON BROS. SHIRT 80c . j THE MEN'S CLOTHING SALE that Stands Out Alone ! Is Entirely Different ! Leads the Procession. You'll realize the quantity - difference i the moment you step on our jrcat cloth ing floor- more gar ments, more com plete assortments are here now than most store have at the h e i g h t of the season. You'll admire the quality-difference as soon as you try on a coat better materi als, better tailored, tetter fitting. ,, c,.,i. ot O . 25 Per Cent Off! :'V x u: . 4--' f&faVS'''. PWWl Everything Goes? 20, 30, 50 Reductions. ' ii i ii i Hi. i Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats Canvass Glov...

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. — 26 January 1907

'J lutvii" )M ' "SfU ii "V-lrt-JP; ,j J !, '?. jj .- i '.W ) . ;rt .2 , )f" !td! 4.iv' ' ,A , .. . Tiija MAttioy' QAttY MtkndK, sAtifofoAv, ja. 20, 11107, ...! in ii iii yw it I II i . .. ' . i y & pacJi. tfiw mitt4&& '4-;r g-4---AVrte-MafrfJtrV-fci Lj4 TVf.;. ;, ft . . . .. V. ...I.. MJ fc t , Pi r?4 13 iw ' t-V V it a1 f r- I r- p.- 4 r. v r xj. UKti2'e 1 ClH.l BrijZ iujiV. h .SM'Hr I5JS LLF?fo fik ;; iW S& ? j K Union Station Time Card ' ' -i -- - ' EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1007, y fliMfc WM J I 1 HUNS I fLVLaLLLLLLLKLLvTLA ft THK TkVtl tM t'jftVi. YSs 1 t J I IV i M' !,'.? It -A ' im I I r"i iHfcflBSBCrtAi' NORTH 130UND. No. 31 7:00 nut No. 33 10:23 nin No 35 :20 im No. 37 10:50 pm No. 3D 0:10 l"i SOUTH .BOUND. No. 30 ". C:C0 am No. 38 7:20 urn No 32 10:25 am No. 31 1:35 'pm No. 3G ..:.. 7:15 pm Dally. No. 38 starts from Marlon. No. 30. stops at Marlon. No. 3!) wlU lcavu Columbus at C pm on Sundays. FRIF mULROilT No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:15 am No. S, New York Ex C:32 ...

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. — 26 January 1907

i ' v .'''' ,i ' . '-"" v" , ' ' j ";!' - .., i Vr t. ,Jj". .'f K v i i Tij MAivibir MiLV'SEEfcOa,' batusbay.. JAK: su,..'a907. PAfJIt SEVStf. " i mmmm mm ,v, - SL. Lttllltll '.. . I A ' . !.' " .- ;-i I WROUGHT UP veiJMifee Done to South j, JJProspect Residents, t SELL OUT IS GET OUT Is ytTbiflg Property rs Can Do. ' j , -i Mayor Scherff Also .FaVors Erection A of A Hew Building for the Central Fife Department. ft' T-tK .UiW1 i ' 4 i Mayor Setiorff i.'i considerable forked ni over (lio action of Uio cltV council, which, at Its Jarit meet ing, 'passed d- resolution ordering tho paving of South Prospect Btreot frohi Hltl street to the corporation lino. The,, mayor Realty Unit lio hint recoly ed navcral telephpno commttnlcatioiiH from jGSldcnt property ;pwnors in re. SEirfl. to tho resolution. Tho prop erty pilOrri stale, tluvt thoy will nev er bo nblo to pay the heavy' assess menu ,for, .tjio sHlawalks, newer aud coljar drains and t)jo paving and they have asked thc mayor what eon ru...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 January 1907

;'r' ;m V r rif w ;i 'I4 . i- l l.O 0 i. ,V'v i I y V f ft 8. i :'1hV v'ft i )' 'V ft) ft ) '. 1 w m l'AOM &IXTE3N THE MAUION DAILV MlttROtt. SATURDAY. JAN. SO, 1907. ' """ - I ' ' u- M 0 I $! C I m &';. - ' , m Of " IT ENDS FROn KLEINMAIERS jlilzjiijj: Bui one more Anticipate your wants for next season if supplied for thss. It means a Wastedftne .Library. Lord Qrnwfoh r 'lungland, prosl' dent tit tho 'Royal' Aslronomlcnl soci ety, has a flno gcneial library, which would limo been much larger and grander hut for tho fact that ono of his ancestors. tho premier carl of Scotland disposed or thousands of valuablo volumes to checsemen, who used tliclr leae3 as wrapping paper. Woman Authority on History. Tho lalo .Mary Hatesson, of Cam bridge, England, has boon described ns In tho fiont rank of English his torlcal studcntB. Sho had devoted herself mainly to research In connec tion with early English hoiotigh law and custom and hnr wiltlngs on those subjects aro of groat aluo. A Be...

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. — 26 January 1907

'h ) PAGES 9 TO 16 Marion Daily Mirror. SECTION TWO 1 i VOLUME XV. NO. 148 MABKXN", OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. .TA2TUAUY 20, 1907. PRICE TWO CENTS 3 i tritL -( i X MARION LITTLE TOTS NOT BEHIND THOSE OF STORY BOOHS They Show That They are Capable of Taking in a J: ivuat-on and do a Little Wondering and Think ing on Their Own Hook. ' fcXWttXXXXXSXXSSSXSXXSSSXSS Apropos of a eou.ilo of old saws ulatlvc to child being father to the liif.n, and wisdom Issuing out of the mouths of babes, the two little stor. let following arc told. And both pessssa the merit of being truthful and spontaneous on the part of the children. One day this week, a well known school teacher whs, explaining to her class of youngsters langlug '1" age from 7 to 10 ear3, all about rcptllca., .She had reached Hint point In' her dos?rlptlon where It became necessary for her to prop oily Imprea- on the minds of tho lit tle, folks tho mamnioth proportions mid deadly chaructor-lstlcs of the baa constrictor. "The30 largo rep...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 26 January 1907

jnrt v H r-f - v - t p f llpH"! 7 K n ' 'a rr PAGE TEN THE MARION DAliiY MIRROR. SATURDAY. JAN. 2G 100'.', 3 a, ' - ' , W -L V M , . THROWER BOMB CASHIER AND HIMSELF IN PHILADELPHIA BANK 3E5KcsxsxiraixwzBBzraCT3 Iff- ii", JpL --&' vWmm ; 3' -, 5 ..'feaAif -- VX, , t- -sv i i f -Ttx.'iwjiicjT3trfwnx nimpi mnw grwgtn I HAVOC BY EXPLOSION. Tho Fourth National Is tlio wealthiest national bank In Phil adelphia. President Hushton is tlio head of the Philadelphia Clearing Homo n'3orlatlon. ?lee!e, the bombthrowcr, Is known In Chicago a3 an anaichlst, When tho demand for monoy was refused Stcolo dropped tho the CJ3hlcr. PntVi Mn nnwhtfin nftil thn linmli. thrower wero blown to pieces nnd sci'iiurua biit uiij uunu. The intciior of tho hank vaa wrecked nnd money and blood blown pen nut tho window.. Tho pi.lleo reserves .md (lromcn J Here called t pimotil looting. I'nnln irt"'nrfl tlii-nni-limit. tlio I! il!?lit...ifnrv Rtrnntliro nnil In tlin R lclnlty of the bank. liectatMOTxrri Txwi wnf...

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. — 26 January 1907

, - 'fv . 'J ' Wi4.''i W' rffc' Sh y . A M Alf.T PAGE ELEV1N ,tarmAmim - a -. eW SLtx- ma- fa -.. .?U " fJfr-yFrjfaffi vvif i - '. ....... . ' ' f f - Xk V. ZEB Hire's TALIS, the Old Possum Hunter Tells of ';, r His Last 'Drink. ' WIFE COULDN'T REFORM HIM $r It Remained For Two Dean to Bring Him to His Proper Sense., and Thoy Did the Reforming Act In Short Order, I - Copyright, 1908, hy C. II. ftlitclirCcI "1 reckon Hint cvpiy man on theso "yptn'niouuiliil's' was lining up silong Bliic1 of ii 'whisky Jnfi. said old Zeb AVllHf olio evening ii" wc Sill at Ilia fireside. "That don't iiIpiiii Hint nil nit; dluhktiids. Tt means Hint they've iinbwif what whisky wiim from (ho tline illoy wits lio'n, mid while nome tnko lo It ollicis hit It tilotit. I keep It In the house, as you know, but I give you my word I liaxcu't hsd my nose to Hio Jug fur the last the years, 1 hain't snyln that 1 didn't dunk my full sheer up to Hint time. bol-nsc I did. 1 reckon 1 not uwny with us much "BEIWLEX UK AN...

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. — 26 January 1907

i , S Jr r tAOE TWELVE MM W X TtiE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JAN. 'JO, 1007. I 8888888888888888888888888883 ? CHAMP CLARK'S 83 LETTER 838883838383 S3 (Spe-clM Wnshlnston Letter.) WHEN' Tom I,. .Tollman, ex-rep rcscntntlrc In congress niul mayor of Cleveland, wns do fented for governor of Oliifl omo years ngo by nn overwhelming majority his enemies declared with ghoulish glee that at last ho was lonr for. They rounted him as n "dead one" for sure. But there were some men who did not believe any such stuff, for tho all sufficient reason that they are acquainted with Tom Johnson, know his splendid capacity, compre hend Ills patriotic purposes and nil tnl re his unqualllng courage. So they be lieved that he would rise again, and they were correct. Since his defeat for governor he has been re-elected mayor, has won a great victory In the courts In favor of his plan for n three cent fare on street cars, nnd the Inst news from lluckcyedom Is that he will again run for governor simply ...

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