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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 6 March 1907

i K& r-l t) ? -. - J 11 ' l i ! ') u " r i , 'u "4 V, iffii " l ? 5 'J " The Marion Daily Mirror. w I.- 1 t f ,f TOLVME XV. NO. 181. ALARtON. OHIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAHOII G. 1907. FBIOE TWO OMNTS v'?8arm r, 'V ' i n if ' ) .''..! 'i .tf'Vfl .fr,W" , i " " 4.v ''Mtsatitfffl 'u'lt.ai tnuif v, 't ' A I j -r i ?- . " A N ' t u 1 1 a" r y 7. S it' ,1 rt ml1? W K STIRRING SCENES ACCOMPANY THE OPENING OF THE WMA eh the First Session tony inousand Persons, carrying Red Flags Began a March to Czar's Winter Palace. Soldiers and Guards Attacked the Mob With Whips and Succeed in Dispersing the Crowd and Preventing the Revolutionaries From Re-assembling An Order to Fire Would Have Meant a Repetition of the Slaughter of in Red Sunday" Premier Bt. Petersburg, ' March G. The opening of tho douma or lower house of the Russian parliament, although in Itself devoid of Incl'lent," was Made the occasion of a great revo. lutlonary' demonstration oy the St. Petersburg proletariat and the stud ents ...

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. — 6 March 1907

U i L''' il -I Mi i i i i 1S V.r - ; ti 1 , ' r i ii 1 1 . i I 1 A r ! A' 7 & . A'H r'' AUTOCRATIC ' Powers Would be Given to Commissions. THE HUGHES IDEA As to Control of Public Service Cor- porations Is Embodied in a Bill Submitted to Lawmakers. Albany, N. Y.. Mnrch C The bll' which tvIII bo known as "the Govern or's puulte service commhHlon bill," tc carry Into effect what is lonat tied nl tho -most Important recommendation of Gov. Hughes' men8U;;o to tho leglM laturo, nil) bo lntiodttcetl In boll' houses to-day. , The bill provides for tlio nholitior. of the prcbcnt statu board of railroad commlKslonciK und tho Htnto commits nlon of gnu und electricity; tho Now Vorfe City Inspector of gas meters and the ffew Yoik City iiipld transit com mission. In their places would bo cicatcd twe public service conimlsHlonn or II i menllicrn each, to bo appointed by the goyernor; thrir Juiisdictlon to covci respectively New York, KIiirb, Qucciih and Richmond counties as one "public service...

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. — 6 March 1907

t , fhi? r v '! i -' t t.. ?;& 1 v11 ' l A i J' " ftfcll''"'.-Jk.lJiU. 3.i'w: -..-' oi - - a VhtZ TjttL'JS, , mpm, $ fMMMI , .i . ' - "T" '& " , : n - If l .! rt t V f I V' f) J lr .."i Ji Li V .1. V J " ..J IS. 1 crr - fv'lti - ri rosuive A soda cracker should be the most nutri tious and wholesome of all foods madt from wheat Comparative But ordinary soda trackers absorb moist ure, collect dust and become stale and soggy long before they reach your table. There la however, one i .f.i jj i T F Superlative soda cracker at once so pure, so clean, so crisp and nourishing that it stands alone in its supreme excellence the name is r. Uneeda 6 C In a NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY MARION tt&tt ALL THI3 WEEK The Feituro of Features GATE'S BAND Refined Musclcal Artist THE ALBIONB Comedy Skit "His First Lowm" TOKIO MURATI Wire 'Walker and Foot Jug gler. CUNNINGHAM & SMITH "flic Shoplifter." Ladles' Ohinaware Souvenir -Matinee Tuesday and Thurs day 10c. Two Bhows nightly 7:30, 87lfi...

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. — 6 March 1907

li t I ' i V" I.' ' . VJS. -U ) ,'. - H V tf l a. i'.: ; . : S'tt I ?' i. ii V 1 K" t , I J ft ftl. ' ,1 1 4 I U i'i i. l. f ft I ftr f ft to l.'s fry-' Efi. .V " V r t! f page roui THE Daily Mirror- P. BURGESS . .. .Business Manager W. CjHOLIiAND ...-. ..-.-.Editor r. M.?,ABMSTRONG.-r City Editor IIDVERTISING RATES FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION. Thk paper rocelvoe tht Scripps Ifcltaa Telegraphic New Service and Market Report. IL RATES OF SUBSCE If, if BinglofCopy (-.... r I!' For Week by Carrier M RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS, ... 2C .... 10c By Mail, per year $4.00 Semi-Weekly Mirror, peT year $1.00 Both Phonos .No. 0 .Weather for Ohio Local snow to. night, snow or rain and warmer, ffhursdayv ' ? Even tho rock ribbed rqmbtiean 'delegation from Pennsylvania did honor to Congressman Burlon. Tho colored people oL' Cincinnati should givo a banquet far Sena tor Forakcr. Zanosvillo probably holds tlic record for deaths. Twenty-six deaths in forty-eight hours would provo alarming in larger cities ...

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. — 6 March 1907

fw y v '.' ;- . V f h .r A -! W HE MARtON DAILY MIRROR, , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1007. ' PAOE TTf V -",- jf; tfr : 'If, X 't e V .j ft Vf ( UfA K , S d I t '4 iL WW t i jpKmfKwmsmxxxmxw n 3UUETY and t Mr. mid Jin. K. '-J. Taylor of North Main street vo.-y pleasantly entertained (he members of tiio C. i. V. Tupstlny cveninir, in honor of lhe!r, second wedding miniver wiry. The evening was spent with trumps, rccilntions mid 'music 'mid mi elegant luncheon' v.us beiTcd. , Those prcson t Were Mr. mid Mrs. .1. Weidomaii mid win Earn est, Mr. mid Mi. J' C. Corey niul daughter Uludys, Mr. mid Mrs. Nelson Hutch mid mui A'er iion, Mr. iind Mrs-. .Fred iSehurlic, Mr. mid Mr.s. Clny White mid son Jtnlph, Mr. and JIw. Elmer I'm' rish, Mr. mid Mrs. Miirimi Smith niul dimghler Mnble, Mis. J. "W. Vlsh, Mrs. Sarah PJoch, Mrs. J'. A. Hutler, Mrs. Oporgc McClcllniid ntid Mrs. (trims. Mrs. Willis .Bowers oC Ginnd Avenue wns hostess to tho members of tho II. B. elub at its regular semi-monthly meeting yes...

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. — 6 March 1907

I'll i J" -:' .. fl. r . j1. -v J " r I Ml H Ki .w.k.MA.-.shWrJ i. A.i I. A.m tmi, U mA m (mnU . l"v Mi-Hyifiw k(.fc j t-uf j j i -,l II I 1' h ) ito u pv e r,; l 3't : R't fe S fp K'tf, . 41 l' ! ?,'V Union diatioii Time Card " ' ' ' KFFECTIVB JAN. 1, 1907. NORTH BOUND. jj0i 3i 7:00 am No! n? 10:25 nm No an 4:2( "m No. 37 10:R pm No. .10 " C:10 pm SOUTH nOUND. N0. no M0 am No. 38 7:20 nm No 32 ... 1!25 a,n No. 31. V.Iir, pm No. 3(i , 7: IC lira Dnlly. No. 38 starts from Marlon. No, 30. slops at Marlon. No. 30 -will leavo Columluia al C pm On Sundays. FRIF RMlLROlsT No. 10, Chautauqua ICt ..12MR am No, 8, Now York Kx r,:32 an No. J2 H:r.o am No. A. Vesllbulo Limited. ...r,:3:: pm 'No. 10 Accommodation lL':f.r, pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pin C. & i;. DIVISION. No. 0, Chicago nxprevs 12:r.r, am No. 3, Vestllm'ed lilmlted.. 10:31 am No. 21 7:00 a"' No. 11 3:15 pm No. 7, Pacific Hxprcss 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 0, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3, Vcstlhuled Limited. .10:39...

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. — 6 March 1907

'-- r v. ;. ' i. I v ?. i r ii iit ..". . . . . A li (i. .. (jSwcosri'atjaoateaiiiA .y.ii''"ii i) . r" aLflLga:ils,Si;jLratg u i, i , nm.f It'-, i! . I ! k J N h trawr 1 i ' . - THE Witk Formidable Army He Has Invaded Nicaragua and J, thil Hardest Fightjog in Central America is Expected ' to Occur Soon. &4 -fiaii Salvador. March 0. A te'tioug column of Iloiulurun Ivotfps Kiaa Mivadcd Nicarugua tlirougU "llio department ot Qeotal. Tho 'cnuquarlQi-s of the llotiduran army ore established at Pcspiro. i'resKlent lioiiilln is in Ctiiltllrn inspecting llio fortifications and aL- faird tllcro generally. Ho is well J t n rl it 11 eausueu wmi me uiscipnuc ami spirits ol' llio troops. Chiluticn is deemed inipregiHible. The general opinion iicrc is that llonduian forces will eventually triumph. The army ol' Honduras is mobil ized on the frontier under the per sonal command of Piesidcnt Man uel liouilla, whoso arrival at the front lias inspired the troops with enthusiasm for active operatio...

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. — 6 March 1907

St, i ' ? ' I, ,t - r j -I " i . ,V "ifcAfi. INK?1 ,! ' THE OHLS DECORA TING CO MP AMY r WALL P 2 1-2c ROLL A P E R V AMD UP. I X rir- Li 5 I'- B, I'll' ?. X: I- '$ : aw K fit H 4 lJ r I" r lc tfi hi ;-t I J' P F - a t S " I' ' , : '- ', KLEINMAIERS CHOICE 50c SHIRTS Just stop as you pass our Furnishsng Window. You'd think it impossibe to give such great shirt values far sa little money. Many dollar shirts would hardly compare in beauty. It's one of the many good things we have in store for you the coming season. SIZES 14 TO 17. KLEINMAIERS Sobge ZTotcs Two candidates wcro Initiated, Ave applications woro acted upon and arrangements were made to confer tho degroo on a class of fifteen can didates, at tho meeting, of tho Daughters of America held last night. A committee was appointed to arrange a social to follow the initiation at tho next meeting and also to secure tho services of a med. teal examiner for tho lodgo. After tho business session, refresh, nicnts wcro served and a socia...

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. — 7 March 1907

j. Arv",' i fc. t V ;, ' 'tt ! ' t-J s i ,$ C &. , $v 1 f ."!? . :,M' . rt.. j :s-.. u v. '5W I 1 J.'Mta ' "'Ti 41 . ', 'i P j, - Marion Daily Mirror. VM:' . J TWw- t St- W , i t. 7. .if ' 4'' ' v $F WMfi&C ' gMMH&few- m t $M$ii' i mPBWPW ' i. n a- ltlii MM $v ft IS I X V to V r Ift, 4 s ir Si t '. It! $ i b . i n'7 M l 'J r 'J? I p fV f, " t- ! it) . m I i f OtitfilB XT. NO. 182 .M tfy,7'5v'v m ft .V $& iTiB 'AE. lAW'S Tfce; Qacstion Which They Must Determine is ; ; Whether or not the Prisoner his Regained , His Mental Equilibrium Since Jhe Murder. TK Ftct That Thaw was V t der-has Been Pretty Thoroughly Established Mrs. William Thaw, the Mother of Harry did not Create as Qopd fen Impression Upon the Stand as Her Daughter iniLaw She was not Allowed to testify to Thaw's Herditary Tendencies. .Vnur Vnvlf. HfniYtti 7.. Ttv Hlf) latest shift in the game to savojhas Interposed herself between Thaw the life of 'Harry Thaw, the young malt's fate again hangs by a thread 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. — 7 March 1907

r- 7 'IS t 1J yrV 4 - V- t ' - i-t- ? , , i 7, r , ifi h A i & & m ,m .jt j r "Hi Man i.f':-v as r ' " -Has ft I FAOl TWO INTO A POND v Two Cafe of a Passenger .Train Were Dumped. NINE PEOPLE HURT. Ceatlies Wttc Thrown Over a 25 foot Embankment and Broke a Gas Pipe Line. . TNarren, Fa., Murch 7. Train No. 33 on tho Western New York & l'euusvl vanlai division of tho I'cuuHyhnnln railroad was wtecked lust night be tween Irvinoton nnd this place. Tho train plunged over u L'3-foot embank ment nnd tilno persons woio Injured, nono fatally. Tho train wbb running behind n I freight from Irvinoton to Wuirou nutl when thrco-quaiteio of a mile from Warron tho freight ran onto a shllng to allow tho passenger train to pans. After the freight wan on the siding Iho passenger train, started thiough tho bwltcli, which Is cot from a tower about a quarter of a mile away. Tho nwltch was not entirely closed nnd two cars were thrown fiom the rails and donn an embankment Into n pond of, Wfttor...

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. — 7 March 1907

" i i "r s, n ?' 3 M il j V hi A 1 1 1 aT-al TK BREATE8T CURE l&fcij ;roit OUGHSCOLDS DR NEW DISCOVERY GUARANTEED V ft 4 Croup, Whooping Cough, x'"h nwrBwiieo8( nemorrnaa; 01 me Lungs, A. Weakness of the Lungs, Asthma and all diseases of THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST ' PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I Eleven years ago Dr. King's New Discovery- permanently cured me of severe and dangerous throat and lung trouble, and I've been a well man ever since. Q. 0. Floyd, Merchant, Kershaw, S. C. SOLD AND IUARANTEED 1Y I TSOMAiNEIM BROS. LOW PACIFIC COAST RATES. .From March 1st to April 30th, tho Erlo It. R. will h.ivo tickets on sale dally at very low rates to tlio FacMo Coast and Intermediate points. ,Fop fnrllicr Information, appl to L. e. Noliorgnll, Erie Ag. ont, or wrlto , O. L. ENOS, Trav. Pass. Agt., 2-12-22loou Marlon, Ohio. MARION THEATRE ALL THIS WEEK Tho Feature 6f Features GATE'S BAND Refined Musclcal Artists THE ALBIONS Comedy Skit "His Ttrst Lesson" TOKIO MURATI Wjro Walker and Toot Jug- glor...

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. — 7 March 1907

V y , v $" it 'V vJ 'o iS ?. i i J J iff. p, ' A 'ji I, ft I r ty ,. dH'Toon THE Daily Mirror, 9. BURGESS ....BnsineM Manager IA. C. HOLLAND ........Editor r. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNISH ED ON APPLICATION. Thk paper receives th Bcripp ICoRae Telegraphio Newi 6erviee and Market Report. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Binglo Copy 0:0 - 2c For Week by Carrier 10c By Mail, per year $4.00 Bend-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phones -. No. 0 WEATHER Ram or finow to night', warmer dn eastern and Bouthem portions. Friday cloudy and colder; rain or snow in cast fcrn portion. Even U10 staunch republican edi tors of. the country irejoico over the fact, tlutt the democrats mule kicked the ship subsidy hill out of congress. Mrs. LnFotletto the wile of the 6cnator has homo of the character-, istics of her husband. When she takes a notion to do , certain thine she docs it,, no matter what others xmny think or say. f President Roosevelt can now pather up the menage which the lat...

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. — 7 March 1907

,JV "J t Yf i. a u r THE MARION DAILY HOR THUMP AY MAKOH 7, 1907. ' A(MT1Y f V . - )4 o 9- ( u v L m,"J ( M 4 1 I " ' fr l lv 1 1 1 it:- IVfi -r )L j ,i "-1 ?' i. -"! L I' t rf- ' ". fv. A. I iuWu v ' f Iev .. .,"1$ . Sf iiPsi MET?' ftfBr4' lri B. UAXM A KOTB-oi tin Dings ol iPL??. mhleh yB mnld Ilk to a llttla prtTaU aftrtrttatns earn f Fresh Oysters Received Daily . . , AT LUSCH F. J GftOCER. N.B. Cor. Stato & Center SU. Here Are Some Wind Up Prices from the Big Salo that has had such success. You may still profit by the many bar gains all over tho store. FLANNELETTES. , One lot of flannelettes, good assortment of patterns, reg. 10, 12 and lfic grade at 7c Whito outing flannel, 7c quality, now.., lc Silkolines in all qualities, 12 l-2c quality at 8c GINGHAMS-FOR THE SPRING SEWING. 12 1-2 and 15c qualities doz ens otsat terns v.,...., Qc 7c .apron ,gingh'ams, yd.. 5c 10c straw ticking yd .... 8c 20c feather ticking, yd .. 15c 35c bleached table damask, yard 25c Here's a special...

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. — 7 March 1907

V' ,n W ' M J V . " f ' w w Bfi s;'f i' f ? ,-Co ' Union Station Time Card .11 ..... I ll Ml .!- .RFFKCTtVtU .TAN. 1,1 NORTH BOUND. S.NO. 31 Tjoo i No. 33 "!2? am Nonr, t'2 pm No, S7 12:pm No. dp (J.lOpm t SOUTH HOUND. ko. fit) ..... B:B0 ara No. as 7:20 am N0 aa 1:25 aID iId. 3i'.' 1:35 pm No. 30 7:15 pm fDally . No. 38 stirta from Marlon. No. 30. stops nt Marlon. No. 30 -will leave Columbui at 6 pm On Sundays. FRIF miLRdiT (No. 10, Chautauqua Kx ..12M5 am No. 8, New York Ex r:32.ani No. 12 8:r.0 am No. 4, Vcatlbulo Limited.... 0:33 pm No. 10 Accommodation IStr.C pm bNo. 22 arrives 5:10 pm C. & E. DIVISION. No. 0, Chicago Express 12:BG am No. 3, Vontluu'ed. Limited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:ir pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm '' SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 0, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3, Vestlhuled Limited.. 10:30 nm No. 11 3H5 pm Dolly, b Dally except Sunday. Now York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST nOUND. No. 15 CM0 am No. 10 9:52 am No. 20 2:00 pm No. 5 No...

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. — 7 March 1907

v T ' , 4- "K. ' ,v ' ".m 'V j ' V Q A ' 49 k : "fc .. f- V 13 . o," r ' j H! ft ;'.' 1 J.- yl&i yi ' h ... i tftMtttd -ijkNS7 rnlflitv MflfMn IV n MAY BE u f h j; u kntiiidi Vtry SimiUr to the .WffKJ Mifh. wt r,TP v veloped and it is Believed to be a Very Difficult Matter to Reach Adjustment. Washington,, March 7. The ex Cculivo branch of the government 'has abandoiii'd all hope ofi iinding ..ihiy coiicesstons which -M eun offer jfclio French government to prevent "tiro application of the maximum luHfl' rales on American products ,not Specifically exempted there from by existing arrangements. Officially it is 'sUiled that the fiituatietP a to, France is", thcio fore, .similar t6 that as to Germany in iicitbci: enso can tliw government at iMvscnl meet the demand ior a reciprocity Iratiy as the price of niiiuiiuum Id riff rales for American goods -and -products. t Through their embassies at 'Washington, the governments of the two countries named Jiavc been made aware- of, this fa...

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. — 7 March 1907

V ; , v a : i s.J;: wmrwx ; , ; ' .. vJu v, . v. ; .. . 1 ! -' f . . ;, '- t: 'k ' ' ' -fit! , , ' .i .?.. i ' V, t 1 f " A Vt1, -i d FAOiillftKt.. THE MARION DABV yyp' I01t,-TMOKKAY'MAliOH 7, lt07. M - BB --- -. r X s.'1,.,l..,rM,.."Hf, !,' , Wf, J HUM FOR 8 A WATCH THIS SPACE SATURM f 1 , '?. ., ' 'fit.'. WILL PAPER cEnns Rii p i i , 4 .A, 5 Xwt ; Conrrlikt, 1907. bf l ADICR BROS, tc CO. GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES AGREE berlln, March 7. An agreement han been reached between the United States and Germany on tho funda mental principal of a commercial treaty, which tho countries have been trying for a year to arrange. This declaration was mado yesterday In the rclchatacr. Tho Uhlor & Phillips Storo Linen Suitings There is te be a great iernaai for Liaen Soit iag far sarins and sum mer wear. Your fashions tell you of their wonder fal popularity. As usual, we are abreast of the times, showing a big, new line of Linens. 36 inch wide Dress Linens in White, llae. Green, , eu ana na...

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. — 8 March 1907

ted - I''i h ' .r. . h A'K L'A Daily Mirror L- Hi' y w 'iv' .' u WOTWISfw , "" ' K ' . ' .. ' " '" 11 I -1 ' MarioiI y' '&Q&&BBsl$t!i THE ,ifM'tnii H' Iffltl' , 4' Elf; " H,rvi .1? M , I h, J Hi' V- I v,i ' . '& Mv li'i l, t I i I n. X a . r Y . i fi'&i JTOIiUME XV. NO. .188, DELMAS OUTFLANKS The Move Came so Suddenly That the District At torney Was Taken and Asks lor Which It.ii Said That Jerome Will Place Evelyn Again on the Stand and That the Countess of Yarmouth and May 'McKenzle Will be Called as Witnesses for the State Delmas Does not Object to the Postponement Until Mon- ' day but Thaw Becomes Vexed. New York, March 8. -Lawyer Delmas today outflanked Jerome, and the latter was compelled to sue for aif armistice to enable him to rc-airange hw p;au of fight In the Thaw trial. "Jerome ' wis "stumped" by the sud. den. change of front of defense In resting Its case today, though the chango was characteristic of Del. was.- In releasing expqrts Wngncr and Evans w...

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. — 8 March 1907

-v. ht. f ', , . , if M ti, V i i k v' .'1 : W , i i ' f SI !'&. ' im $ ,!f,"i i-f iAcnTwa A TEST CASE AcainstCotton Mill Own ers Ends Abruptly. SUIT IS DROPPED. .The. Government Charged Them with VfeltUfig Immigration Laws by f Imparting Laborers.. Greensboro, N C, March 8. The trial of the tost rase against tho Char lotte mill men who woro sued by the overn'mont, for $71,000 In penalties tor 'alleged violations of Iho Immigra tion laws, endod rnthor abruptly In (lie .United States circuit conrt last oven ihftuwheri npon.thb motlbn of counsel for the gavorumont tho Jury wus In structed to bring In n verdict In favor otiih, defendants. This. carries all thn rulto against the defendants off the dockot and a nolle prossc was taken in iho criminal case charging them with conspiracy. The defendants were: 'Edward A. Smith, president ot three cotton mills at Charlotte: Sum ner B. Sargent, manager of I he D. A. ToMpklns Co.; B. C. Dwellc, secretary of the mills ot which Mr. Smith Is pr...

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. — 8 March 1907

H ' -4. " PSMPrnHMfMNtn fluf 'V . ' I. n l ' r rf'l ' t ' ' T r r ' ",v- " -7" r u vi ' ' ' - THB MARION DAILY MIRftQR, fRlDAY. MA&OH 8, 1907. lr ' ' 4 " - , '1 '' ' itf :'ii ,A ." if'u t '( r 5- ' m Y h, 1.0. lr ni 0 r t :. ' . . s TV J" , I HK . rv .ff' UAlvi . l-t" II 1" .J - TT ......... . . Said Wit to Wisdom Vr!Sfev I "A full stomach makes -lajJS , a light heart." fjT B Said Wisdom to Wit J f ' I U need a ml h iuff & I Biscuit BX M In dust tight, JEC WjftZ 1 H moisture proof packages. jM Wwi I, ' ' aii f I NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY fcT'Tgu ADELAIDE NEWS Adelaide, March S.-Thc meeting thtit h:n been In progress at the M. lit churcii (dosed Sunday evening The moetlnj; has been the most sue. cessful for several years. Ide Miller and MIS3 Joslo Rettor. cr woifl ' nulled In the holy bonds of matrimony, Rov. Stellhorn, of Marlon, drffclatlne:. Mr. and Mis. . -. . . David Miller kvo (ho young couplo a Tcroptlon Sunday. They will jtmius their future liomo on the C. V,., Miller ...

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. — 8 March 1907

'W r.t $TJ w 11 ft to i Hi , H p-'U roun THE MARION DAILY MIR DAY, MARCH 8, 1907. y " t a m lit I s i , ' . i : v m r,: i j. n ff t ' mi. THE Daily Mirror, I. BURGESS ....BosineM Manager :! 14. 0. HOLLAND Edttor (R M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor 1 HDVERTI8ING RATES FURNISH. BD ON APPLICATION. Thk paper receive tht Scripp ICeRae Telegrapbie New Bervioe ad Market Report. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Mnglo Copy '.-. ....rr. .-r:.-. 20 Fer Week by Carrie - 10; i By Mail, per year "" i-.reeijr jiiiiiui, i j .--. Both Pbonea No. 9 IWoatber for Ohio Partly cloudy tonight, Bn woln northeast portion and colder. Saturday fair. Tho ice Trust will have its thaw trial after awhile. The Storers are going to France to live. They huc permanently re tiiod from the diplomatic business. John L. Sullivan is tho Patli of pugilism. He has nlnnouulcd lu fifty-third farewell tour. Nothing m Senator Dryden's po litical career became him like the leavinir it. With Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco, roaring upon its shoi...

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