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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 9 September 1907

V .'i-'Wf , f . f t" VlH X The Marion1 Daily ? VOLUME XVI. NO. 21. AfABION. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING. WEPTEMBJ3K J), 1907. PBIOJS TWO CENTS mirror fclX ' ; KAISER WILHELM IN CAMP WITH SOLDIERS Annu&l Neaneuvors Begin Near Hanover With the Emper or WatchingEvery Move He is a Merciless Critic and Many Officers are Sure to be Retired. Berlin, Sept. 0. More- tlmn 100, 000 Goldiors arc- engaged in Mid annual array maneuver vliicli bo gnn today ' near Hanover. An elab orate campaigp will bo worked out west of Minister and Dortmund. The- Kaiser spent tlio night in the fields in a iporlablo asbestos house which will be his headquart er. Ho was up t daylight to wit' iiess the beginning of operations. There is ouc feu two of tho Gcr ALL WAITING TO HEAR FROM THE CONTRIBUTORS Chairman Cortelyou is Expected to Say Something About the Big "Slush Fund" Exposure Will Make Some Good Campaign Thunder for the Democrats. Washington, Sept. 9. The alleged from tho men most concerned would expose publishe...

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. — 9 September 1907

gsggsgmgBBgag jgi-w.iisi; mwitmbHfavtmB " t ,. y,N "f, rT ,, ", i AGE TWO rsaitowf BY THE 1ILLIS, THE PHY3ICALLY IMPERFECT CHILDREN OF THIS COUNTRY. MOST COMMON DEFECTS Are Poor Eyeoloht, Malnutrition and Defective Breathing Report la Made by a Committee of Prominent EducatoVs. Now York, Sept. P. Tlu leopcnlng of tho public schools throughout tliu country Is tho reason Tor n report on tho physical condition of school chil dren, by n committee of prominent educators hended by Chalrmnii Bur linghnm, former president of New York board or education. The Inquiry has taken n wide scope' and the obser atlons apply not only to the school children of Now York, but also to those of Uoston, Chicago and other cities. Tho report sas In part: "Based on tho physical defects nnd home conditions of 1,400 school chil dren of New York City, It Is estimated 'that 12,000.000 children In tho United States havo physical defects more or less serious which should recolro at tention from parents and physlcln...

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. — 9 September 1907

tr w X yy WCfcXWb'X -v , , 1 .ftiadassss mW To take the sharp edge o& an appetite that won't wait for meals To Sharpen a poor appetite that doesn't care for nie,als eat ()ri 1 UneedsvBiscust jrf. So nutritious, Siieasily di gested, that they havJ)ecoiiie the staple wheat m 8SH In moisture and dust proof packages. NATIONAL s&Tmgm Wig&B&MjI&m FAMILY THEATRE .'I'lrmataCTMl' M lM-"HMWP-. !! fl Week of September 9th HOYT "FMcDONALD Tlio Interview E. P. ROWE Illustrated Sonj; t JNI & HONEGGER robots and Dancers RO&: REEVES . Sintiffl Comedian PICTURES WYsfERY OF PULCINELLA Matinco Monday. Wednesday and Saturday 3 p. in.. 10c. Children undor 12 years old Saturday Matinees 5 cuntn. Evening Showu 7:30 & 9 p. m, TICKETS 10c and 20c. OUR SHOE BUSINESS Is growing dnih. A few pairs low shoes yet to close. Nice new line for falland winter It wdl pay you to take :i look herbefore buying shoes. X j L M. HHYFER 212 W. Center St. KBSF You will And our mar- KetsfuH of a...

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. — 9 September 1907

'tjrri 'iY S? 1 ' " cr; f paq" r-.vr. THE MARION DAILY MIRRORMONDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1907. H THE DAILY iiBHOR 0. IUJRGKSS ...Business Manager 1A.. C. HOLLAND Kditur F. M. AltMSTJlONQ. .City Editor ADVERTISING RATES PUB HISIIUD ON APPLICATION. Tills pHjicr rei"ilvfitlie Onllcil Prosn Telo p til phi i. ws Service uuil Mnrki'l ICihjUi. RATEH or 8UBS0MPTI0H., Binglu Copy u. .2o I'or Week l ' rrier ... ...lOo By Mail, p i 'ar $-1.00 8oini-Wekly Minor, pur yoor $1.00 Both Ph No. D YVuiki i fi-i Ohio-Unsettled weath er, piohalii. ihowurs tonight or Tues day, CO il-l . MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9, 1007 DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. Tor Mayor LOUIS SOHERrr. ? Tor Solicitor WILLIAM P. MOLONEY. Tor Auditor HARRY S. ELLIOTT. Tor Treasurer CLAUDE D. WALTERS. Tor Presidont of Council SAMUEL B. LIPPINCOTT. Tor Council at Largo ARTHUR W. BRYANT BENJAMIN P. WAPLES HENRY A. SOHUI.EU. for Board of Public Servico J. O. ANTHONY. MICHAEL CLARY THOMAS J. MEAD. For Board of Education TREI) E. (iUTHERY J. WILBUR JACOBY. To...

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. — 9 September 1907

i 35' X JTHK MARION DAILY MIIIIIOR' MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1907 j?aqe nvn w X ' -y HARD AND SOFT COAL Now is rfafi time to place your order for yotr winter's supply. The Wollenweber Lumber Co. AN HONEST OFFER Wo offer to loan every honest man or woman in Marion County who own Chattel property all tho money they need. Wo allow you lo itay us hack in small weekly or monthly payments and to nrovo our claim that wo aro the cheapest apest 5, are submitting Bomo of our rato3? Loans Made in all Surrounding Counties $1.10 per week 1.20 per week pays $1.40 $2.00 per weoK pays por weok pays a $75.00 loan, per weok pays a $100.00 loan, amounts in same proportion. $2. GO Other Marion Chattel Loan Co. US ':; fi8tor Buy Goal Now I lib is and HARD The s BIG STORE THE IMPERIAL HAT 3&a o. of yesterday wasVbeat in its day, bu the Imperial Hat of today is ahead of yesterday. Plainly put, Imperial value keeps getting bigger, styles more advanced and quality better, but the price, $3.00, stands stock ...

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. — 9 September 1907

I'm NCQE SIX THE MARION D'AILY MIRROR?; MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 190? T , WILMOT TOOK AN ASCENSION Horns mid Holla to Much for Al. MODE POUNDED HARD Armstrong Who Followed was in Rare Form. For Five linings It wa3 a Pretty Contest and Then Alcton tint Kail BtJBy. (Hy I.. .T. HllPliPy.) Akron, Ohm, Sotoniber !. Awnlt ened to tho neclaalty ot keep ing tho Akron team In first place, now that Walter last's bunch hna fought Hb wiy to tin. top, seventeen hundred people throned the HtnnilH and bleachers Saturday afternoon out nt League park. Ann they romo prepared for battle, bringing with them horiiH. bells and other weapons. The lesult was illKimrons for Al itt lltnot. Kven though Uobby Qulnn anil his Marlonltes may be shambling along In the rear division of the procession, the Akron fans anticipated, no cinch In downing them, and they weren't n bit disappointed. For live Innings the visitors made n stubborn ngni ror me game, nun then thoy broke. Wilbur Goode, the southpaw who was sent In ag...

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. — 9 September 1907

'vyi "f utw" -, "ptj $'fr 2 f aoe nrvifiT THE MARION DAILY MIRRORS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1007 X k A 1EW QUESTIONS FOR TEACHERS I. tlnrtft Ann n PHAnl IM..... nnl. ' iiiuiu mua uiuai many Drain Puzzlors In tho List. MADE UP BY STATE COMMISSIONER Examination Tests for Teachers In Elementary Schools By Tholr An swers to These Questions Those Who Desire to Teach Show Wheth er They Aro Grounded In the Rudi ments of Education. Following Id tho list ot questions us propnrcd under dlicctlon of tho utato commissioner ot public schools, nnd uubmlttcd nt tho, county examina tion for teachers Sept. 7 for clement nry school certificates: y GRAMMAR. "When tvo sco ono word of a frail man on tho throno of Franco tearing a hundred thousand sons from thejr homes, breaking asunder the sacred ties of domestic life, sentencing myriads of tho young to make murder - .tholr calling and rapacity tholr moans of support, and extorting from nations r their treasures to extend this ruinous sway, wo aro ready to ...

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. — 9 September 1907

W KTT-Tfn- ntH -7-wi u'm-WW'v' ' PAGE EIGHT THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1007. rrr fraif ytyim&fiw y"rw'-'r- I' It- It t h It' KLEINMAIERS STORE Closed today orfcccount of Holiday. Open this evening fromw5;30ito 9. KLEINMAIERS SPECIAL CEREMONIES Held by Congregation of Israel. JEWISH PEOPLE TODAY Ob9erve Rosh-Ho-Shanah the World Over. Today is the First Day of the Ycur 5668 According to the Jewish Calendar. Today Is Rosh-Ho-Shanah, the Jow lsh "New Year's day, and Is being observed by tho Jowlsh pcoplo tho orld over. Ju Marlon, Bpeclal ser vices wcro held Sunday evening at tho hall or tho Morion Congregation of Israel In tho Masonic temple and other special ceremonies toot placo nt 10 o'clock this morning. Bun day evening thero "was Bpeclal music by tho choir and a vocal colo by Charles Vogel. Tho ecrvico was read by Henry Strelltz- This morning the services wcro In charga ot Jlr. Strelltz and Joseph Miller, All local business places owned by Jews were closed to...

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. — 10 September 1907

' Jy The Marion ' Daily Mirror. I .&V VOLUME XVI. NO. i32. MARION. OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING-, SEPTEMBER JO. 1907. PBIOE TWO CENTS T r 17 & TENSION IN VANCOUVER? B m AT THE BREAKING POINT Japanese and Chinese and are Determined Should Further lEgy. Japan will Demand an Indemmity and Apology and the Mayor Refuses to Grant Either London Hears of the Affair With no Suprise The Coming of Two More Ship Loads of Orientals May Precipitate Further Trouble International Complications May Result. Vancouver, D. C, Sept. 10. Van couver today awaits in fear mid trem bling tho outcome of tlio untl-Orlcn-tallst crisis, precipitated Saturday laBt when a whlto mob wrecked fifty or more Japanese and Chinese stores. Tho Asiatics are going about tho city today armed with revolvers, pre pared to resist .with forco any further demonstrations against them. Ori entals omploycd in the mills nave etoppod work and taken refuse In the quarter occupied by their countrymen where they are preparing to assist ...

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. — 10 September 1907

i rif CI PAGE TWO THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907. wenm!! 'MJUMWH " K'W tB: W Tf i itMJ H&K e. is sir iPHBiSn "imili him i i i,:THi.iirriLmrr,,flAfrTqfrrratr.TmT In. many circles throughout the coun- i frv fhirrt Is In nrnnrpce n crrintie rim. cusslon as to the advisability of curb ing the Immigration flood. This nat urally has led up to the question of the Immigrant, hlr. value or his menace, nnd hlo position in the social machine. The New York Herald hac Invited opinions on the subject, and presents the views of three men who may reason ably be said to have studied the situation, We reproduce them below: By Sidney A. Reeve, Former I'rofwwor of Strum nnd Ilydrau lift KnslnoerliiK ut Won i tw Polytech nic Institute nnd I., iun r at Harvard. Current conversation and tho peri odical press 'aro full of condemnation of .our lax restriction of Immigration. AlL.tho evils to which our country Is heir arc explained by tho "undesirable Jior.do" of aliens which Is pre...

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. — 10 September 1907

THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907. MMMIOMR PA'OE THREE MwMlWttA x r A X 'i , '!$.. Tlio Kind You Huvo Alwnyfl Bottjjlit, and which 1ms boon lii uso for over (JO ycnra, lnw borno llio ultrimturo of m0 ami lias licoiimnito under lilu por ter jCFy7 Bonnl Hiiporvlslon ninoo lt Infancy. worry, -eucAMZ Allow no ono to tlccol vo you hi this. All Counterfoils, liuHntloils and "TtiH(-us-goO(l" tiro bub Experiments Mini, trlilo with and endanger tlio health of Infanta ami Children Hxpcrloneo iiuIiihL Experiment What is CASTOR I A Cnstorla Ik a hnrinlcsH HithsUtuto for CuhIoi OH, Pare gorlo, J)rpH and Hoothliitf HyrupH. II Is Pleasant. Ifc conlaluri neither Opium, IMorphhio nor oilu-r Nnreotla fitihataueo. f Ih ago 1.4 iln giiiuunteo. Jt destroys Worms and allays FovcrlshnosH. Jfc euros Dliiriliua and Wind Colic. It relievos Teething Troubles, euros Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho titoiiiaoh and JiowclK, giving healthy and natural Hlecp. T...

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. — 10 September 1907

IB B A.t fcryrrar THE DAILY MIRROR maatti u - - ' fj. BURO-ESS ...Hiimuc Manager ia n irntTAttn r.iiinr V. M. AttMS J KONQ. .City Editor I , 'ADWTISINa RATES PUR- laHHJJD UW AtTWU A.T1UH . : uy. -k-r. ! Dili p! Rrnpblt- per roi'flvotilio I'lilletl I'rosi Telo 4iwi Si'rvin'iiiiU MnrkH ltinli. RATES Or SUBSCRIPTION Bmglo Copy M..2a IKor Week by ' miur .-... 3 Oo By Mini, per N.-.ir ..$-1.00 Oomi-Wuokly Minor, per year $1.00 Both PhoniM No. D ,.. WEATHER Tor Ohio R'aJn.ond cooler tonnjht Wednesday partly cloudy mid slightly cooler. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1907. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. Tor Mayor LOUIS SOHERIT., ;" Tor Solicitor T .WILLIAM V. MOLONEY. I Tor Auditor IIARRY S. ELLIOTT. Tor Treasurer CLAUDE D. WALTERS. Tor ProBidcnt of Council SAMUEL B. LIPPINOOTT. Tor Council at Largo ARTHUR W. iSRYANT BENJAMIN r. WAl'LES HENRY A. SOHULER. l'nr Board or Public Service J. O. ANTHONY. MICHAEL CLARY THOMAS J. MEAD. Tor Board of Education TRED E. OUTHERY J. WILBURJACOBY. Tor Ward Councilman rUS...

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. — 10 September 1907

Tfrp fr-f?t ", r nr.'jTt- v-y tfwt ' -r rv 'wp t X x AN HONEST OFFER Wo offor to loan every honest who own Chattel proporty all tho to pay tin back In small weekly our claim that wo are tho choapest aro submitting eomo of our ratc3. LoansMhild' in all Surrounding Counties Sl.JO per week pays a $20.00 loan. $1.20 por week pays a 10 loan, $1.40 por week pays a $GO.OO loan. $2.00 por week pays a $70.00 loan. 2.00 por week pays a $100.00 loan. Other amounts In uamo proportion. Marion Chattel Loan Co. IKJ: Star Buy Coal Mow ilikJiitAitiijJuhLtkiAilfcLlAttA,!. 3 Xs rflrfKB. vML -4 WWWWfJWWWV'WVWWV'WWWir ORDER Telephone or leave your order for your winter supply of COAL before the price' advances. We have all kinds and only the best grades. THE OHIO MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. Let Your Wife 60 Away And "stay a month if shelikes. You will be fed just as well at JJhe New Star Restaurant 208 East Center St. Good home-made cook lng by one who knows how LflflRS. M. G. MADIGAN Watch for the Openi...

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. — 10 September 1907

TT ji fXQB BIX THE MXKIoiT 'D"AiLY Rt&ttto&ferUESDAY, .SEPTEMBER 10, 1907. II- W n CHAMPS TOY WITH MARION Have Great Spoil on tin-iinhe-M. LOCALS BATTED HARD Gloomy Gus Fox Given Se vere Drubbing. Catcher Will Ilogan Did not Show up Well Youngatown Won with stse 8 to 3. (lly Fred Syphor.) Youngslown, O., Sept. 10. -Attired In their swatsenfotit raiment Monday afternoon, tho Chumps haniniereil out n tig victory over Mnrlon at Willis park. Tin moru was 8 to :;. A trlplo by Dirk Nallln In tho third. BnOIlUAJOS OJItlQ pint U03JH 'PKI HUM on, clenched the argument in the Champs' finor. Dlek'H swipe put Yotlngstown two to the good. Willie Itognn. a .Marlon hoy a real hoy, In bin teens-wuh mainly lespon Blblf for the easy undolne; of tho stibcellnr candidates. Youiir Ilog an couldn't hold Fox's sliced and as a thrower he wn worse. Willie worked because I'haille Luskoy wa injured Sunday. .Ma presence throw the whole IjiihImps out of kclter. Had Wright's warriors playod up to the hnn...

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. — 10 September 1907

fit" 4Ja -t ' ? 'V x Jfi I vt 'i4 Personal knowledge this competitive age and when of ample character it places its possessor in the front ranks of The Well Informed of the World. A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of the highest excellence in any fjcld of human effort. A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Functions and Knowl edge of Products arc nil of the utmost value and in. questions of life nnd health when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of , Knrtiim flitnliltr Kmmir K v..llwr nnrl KllrtTUM Pnmnnnnnt T-t. 1 t... ... ll ..,1. .!,! A RIIO UIIU IIU3 1VUI1 UIM TUIUaUlU Jtlll VllUt VI III1MIV1IJ Ul till. IV V.1I .IJIWIIIIV.V4 Ul llll. World, who know of their own personal knowledge and from ac...

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. — 10 September 1907

.' PAGE EIGH THE MARION DAILY MUtROR. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1007. I JV y V ? f JC m Copyneh 1D07, by u. ADLER BROS, & CCT New Fall Goods Coming In New Fall Waists nnd Ready Made Skirts. New Dress Goods New Flanncltts and Outings. A big line of light nnd dark outings, per yd. 5c Beautiful New Chal lies. suitable for making comforts, per yd. 5c M I Cotton Batting for com forters at 5c, 8C 10c and THE Denmao-Jenner Co. West Contcr St. School Shoes We have a fine line of Sturdy School Shoes for the Boys that we want you to see. They arc good ones low priced. We also have a new line of the Boardman Shoes for Women and Girls. We have them in Box Ca Patent Leather t(nd Kiel and in all the new Shapes,, We. can fit any foot. The Big Cash Store 0. B. GOODSELL North Main St. i KLEINMAIERS The Best Blothes in flmeriGa Fall Showing of tho Celebrated LTADLER BROS. & CO. HIGH GRADE CLOTHING Custom Tailors make "ADLER" clothes. They know nothing of fac tory traditions. Their cut is paralle...

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. — 11 September 1907

iiiliirT' W"' f M & ariom Daily lyfHWfcWySWylWiyf j Wf Wyyifi'iy'ilirv''C?lt T-TTir jm y- ?tk MWrVt "TV ' t n I t M IRROR. r 4s V jp 5 volume xvi. no. sirs. HAWAII NEEDS MORE AMERICANS Secretary Straus Tells of His Recent Visit to the Islands and Says He is not Quite Sure the Japs Were Glad to See Him He Expresses Himself Frankly. Washington, Sept. 11. .More AtnericnnH, not too ninny Japanese, nro needed in Ilirwnii, according to Seerotnry oY Commerce mid Labor ,Sl raits, just bnek from mi investi gation n" lubrtr, immigration and other conditiqiiK in the, Sandwich Islands. The secretary is not iititc snro Hip Hawaiian .Japanese were very glad to seo liiin, and excepted them when he told of th(. warmth of his reception by lcsidonls of the is Inmls, It was to a delegation of .Tnpanoso editor. who asked' him whether ho considered a preponder ance, of Iheir countrymen inimiWil to (ho island's welfare that he expressed himself so fianklv. GERMANY BLOCKS EVERY MOVE MADE Mr. Choate, 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. — 11 September 1907

Fs-'w1 ?rWI' r" '"y "- 7 " '-Tre-- '-y J.v . 'n t i,rT" I I II ii PAGE TWO MILITARY BALLOON MAKES TRIAL TRIPS ,t,FFIRBT ONE EVER MADE IN EN QLAND 18 TESTED, APPEARS TO BE A SUCCESS. '' ' ' fmt; , ' - .Machine It Easily Handled, Is Able ,' to Travel with' oV Aynlhst lite ' Wind and Is Capable of Delng Steered. .. Farnboiough. Knglnnd, Sopt. 11 The Hrst military illrljctblc linlluon " built In this country made two trial ...trips Tuesday Htiil with the -exception of a rtllglit hitch canned by the bieak- iSWlng f a belt in the muehliieri tfmt drove the cooling fun, the airship ap pears to have nift nil the expectations -'of Its Inventors. ,1, Tho recent kuccchh ot French and ''Oi'rmun nrniy .'ilrslilpn awakened i -great degree of Interest In Knglnnd . ,on I ho subject or aerostatics. Reports ot the trials to be hold yesterday lenk- -.ed out and the military authorities, ,4,who lmve been hying to inystifv the public, found themselves obliged to (rtearry out tin trials In the presence of...

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. — 11 September 1907

"jwRPy I -wwi(y!"mr m 1J"" , X s '.., ? . isr'- THE MARION DAILY IMrROII. ' WilfllTflSttAY, SEPT. 11, 1007. vj m rt.r? ySSs3gffiWBE2j I 9G I ' Sk bt&7iJKR5SS Try them for lunch and you will have them for -dinner. - I 3 aPi 3 l k a ra & The most nutritious staple made from wheat. ffP In moisture and lh dust proof packages. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY R&5!3&BEBE&gg& gg&gi The Grand IT 'IS OVER O. E. Terry, Lcssw and Manager. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 Matinco and Night. An Intcllcctunl Trent to Lovers of Refined Cutiicdy, "LAUGH, AND THEN SOME MORE LAUGHS" IT'S ALL IN ARE YOU A MASON? By Spociul Arrangement with Charles Frohnsan. Encroachment is Twenty One InclioB. SURVEY IS COMPLETED Prices, Evening, 50c, 75c, SI Box Scats $1,50 Matinee, Adults 50c Children 25c FAMILY THEATRE .gfja -l Mit1-7.f-.-j . rsrKrT Week of September 9tn hoyt & Mcdonald Tho Interview E. P. ROWE Illustrated Song ERNI & HONEGGER Acrobats and Dancers ROE & REEVES Singing Comedian ...

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. — 11 September 1907

''Wf",WyffW'il'.1 "' w- wmimympi! -p.. "-" i1 -'VJfW?'11""' T- tjt '"'ff3 " 0i( ' , Vjf v '-f -w "J-NWrM$-WB.1?n l -jy t" 17- t tT'n 1 I s IE paob rr THE DAiLY M Is-- fj. 13URQKSS ...Business Manager r ttnlVAVn I.Mll.ir UV. i. jiiuivh-ii u . ..I'l.i,. I Wnnl A 0 F. M, AKMSTRONQ.CityEihiorl,;;;;;.;; ni .:::"....'........!i 6 ADVERTISING RATES FUR NISHED ON APPLICATION. tr. "iin. - -i: ' TlilKlu-r ivcf IvubiIic l-nllctl I'reis Tclo grnphlc huit rfer Ice imil MiirketHeports. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Biiiglo Copy -: 2o For Week by .irrior .:... 10o By Wail, per Year $-1.00 Bcmi-Wuckly Alii i or, per yoar $1.00 Both Phones No. 0 ( WE.VTlh U - i-'or Ohio-Fair, coder t might; Thursday fair. . WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1907. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET. 4a HI 13 Tor Mayor LOUIS SOHERrr,. Tor Solicitor WILLIAM P. MOLONEY. Tor Auditor HARRY S. ELLIOTT. Tor Treasurer CLAUDE D. WALTERS. Tor President of Ccmncil SAMUEL B. LIPPINOOTT. For Council at Largo ARTHUR W. .BRYANT BENJAMIN F. WAPLES BENRY A. SCHULER...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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