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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 8 March 1907

rr-r m ' ir i Jivr IV y-..y- i' I' ,l ' ' , i K Z ;' v ' aft.' 1 w s i' 61 I nngovcrcontj but you iljpM I I wiu 5t to Iook wcl1 ,ro i m 5 ' CB iirsity Overcoat uKJffBgBKpWf ' l I ;V ' 3 vclT stylish, good- VSSIKIhKo I I ST RELITZS sjk Mk I H Copyright 1907 by H Hart Seliafthcr W Marx B Fresh Oysters Received Daily . . . AT I F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.E. Cor. Stato & Center Sti. 4 i j Our 50c Dress Goods Wy i ' Yes,, our' oyo alighted upon 7 " 11 11.- ! tUlne, tl.to W1C1U ,HIU lllilb wuue '" raornirtg and we didn't get any faither. Stripes that looked for all the world like the ?1 ones fino rhairlines on "white and , gray grounds up to "the heavy shaded stripes in brown 50c, Serges soft whito ground serges were plaided in a dozen ways with black lines of vary ing width smart styles indeed 50c. Shepherd checks and black and white blocked worsteds at 50c. Ombre plaid in light weight dinging stuffs 50c. Sheer all-wool batistes in tho very beat shades 50ct 51 inch chiffon panamas, that a...

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. — 8 March 1907

Ut' ,A f1." w t VF k! mt '."i i i i' - ? -a , : 1 i i iff 1 , K' fcfc. It ' fe j t-Aai six Union Station Time Card f,m,m ' "L"'"" "M ' '"? RPP13CTIVJ3 JAN. 1, 1907. NORTH BOUND. No. 81 . 1 7:00 atn No. 33 i?'2" am No.35 4:2 nm ,No. 37 10:C! vm No. 39 C:1 Pm SOUTH BOUND. 'No. 30 6:B0 am ,No. 38 ' 7:20 am -No 32 ..... 10:25 am .No. Si 1:35 pm ,No. 30 7:15 pm Dally. No. 38 starts from Marlon. No. 39. stops at Marion. No. 39 will leave Columbui at 6 pra On Sundays. FRIF RAILIHW No. 10, Chautauqua Et ..12:45 am No. 8, New York Er 5:32 ara f No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vostlhulo Limited. ...0:33 pm , No. 10 Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm O. & 13. DIVISION. 'No. 9, Chicago Exprewi 12:55 am No. 3, Vestlbu'ed Limited.. 10:34 ara No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 345 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 nm No. 3, Vcstlbulcd Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally, s Dally except Sunday. New York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. 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. — 8 March 1907

Bi? ' I i V , n s- ft )'.i f ' a '... i ' ' & J l S ( us. PWIf fiH;bnt ,!' ly CHARLE s. rrMiant Harvard university. I. i ! I 1J I l f k-nwiw w:cih uveitis uuo brought into strong light a j'w' ' .feliHt new Profc9i!'ori BponrJing menus function of the rjifuifVjs, in .medical men, the power lllllJll.1Af inn iirwl vnAvitirr nvhn.ilrtl!,w. y-J " PfMilHW f. I A intcrcstcdncss and public spirit on the part of the profession; but to thU call it is certain that the profession will respond. It ulo calls for soma now adjustments and new functions in medical schools, which should here after bo careful to provide means of popular exposition concerning water supplies, foods, drinks, drugs, Iho )urusitic causes or consequence of dis ease in men, plants and animals, and the modes of communication of till communicable discuses. Medical museums should be ananged, in pari, for the insluMiou of (he public, and, with some snitablo reservations,, should be staled! open to ihe public. The medical sch...

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. — 8 March 1907

1 JT w Y A. ' . t, HA V ' J. ';n . 'tAKrlNnR R, MttPAT; MAMH I,. 1107. W foK -t It y THE MARI0W,DA3LT MPUO PIPES WALL HUNG FOR 8 CENTS A R0L WATCH THIS SPACE SATURDAY v K' ? f"- I it A F IK r, I i ,1 K ft I I iv'V. ; ill "-i !k i I f r '" r t u ' ' Kft r ' rj KLEINMAIER5 . THE "SAMPEOK" Stylo (. Books, showing the now and , correct fashions in Boys' and Juvcnilo wear for tho coming seasons, aro in and ready for free distribution. STOP IN FOR ONE. Not a day too soon to select the boys' Easter Outfit Our showing of high grdclc Children's Wear is now at its best, and as it will be impossible to duplicate on most of these numbers later in the season, the wise mothers will be the early buyers. Oomo tomorrow and bring tho boys with you. Bargains at Ellery's Blssells Carpot Sweepers, $1.29. Heady mixed paint, 10c. Taint brushes, -ic to $1.00. Wall Paper Cleaner, 3 cans for 25c. "Tile Like," 25c to $2.50. .Window Shades, 10c to 25c. " Embroidery, 10c n yard. Stoneware Comblnette, -15c. ' St...

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. — 9 March 1907

;mywjmjwiT?:iw "-?v, ?f ' V l J 1 , r J 'I i ( h aftf'jr . svt ' ' . Kd V$s, ' -$, k t 1 , - . . r . ' ' s V " r. . 'V J i "i The Marion Daily Mirror. SECTION PAGES 1T0 8 .A'rAti K A v W V UN SJ s J. ''i T,m . 8" Wfi, - rj? m . i r VOLUME XV. NO. 184. MARION. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH J), 1907. J FBIOE TWO (IBNTS s fWHHH .rj.r rJjWw9m , rip T: .ix ifPt ,yJBSKWB ( T Itt - c . a .Blu.WAHT?iMn f v, j i r V !' ) ! i .5- L J r IV v i.' fv ( n .' J. t SLW I il fit ! i i i ' JOHN DIED Although He has Been in Months His Death and All Zion r at the True to His Own Teachings He Refused to be Attended by Physicians Only Three of His Personal Followers W ere present When the End Came Son, Wife and Father Were in a Distant City When the End Came Funeral Date has not Been Fixed. Chicngo Jlnrch 0. .Tojin Alex ander ' i)crtvic. 'iho erstwhile over seer c the ChristJnn Cntlinlio 'clmrclii, died nt 8 o'clock tliU Moniing, at- Zion City, Illinois, tJie city which ho founded on the shore of Lake Jt...

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 March 1907

' n .l J f ", ' ' . ,' r?' n .' - jf t1 ,,. y , -s - r . , -i . -i BssflEr asHr -J 7 ,. V I i M ?v. .V I". I V lit m Rfc ,;, El"" fc? . - PAGE TWO MR. JEROME MjjstMake the Next Move in the Thaw Trial. WHAT WILL IT BR The Defense Rests Its Case and Mr. Jerome Begins to Prepare Mis Campaign o(. Reliult.il. Now York, March 0. Tho defense In tho Thaw case rested Friday Immo dlatoly after tho convening of courl and an adjournment wan ordered unit' Monday. Dlatrlot Attorney Jeromt said that while, he hod'heen Informallj notified Thursday of the changed plans of the defendant's counsel, he had coma to court expecting to he con fronted by additional expert testlmonj as to Thaw's slate of mind. Ills wll nesses were not ready, and It wai upon this representation and with the consent of tho defense that adjourn meut was taken. The court proceedings occupied lest than five minutes and District Attor ney Jerome retired at once to his of fice and, began preparing his campaign of rebuttal testimon...

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 March 1907

XJfi " " Ki:r v iMJ " i i" . '1A 7 ff -c V w Sift IL l w- ( v . J K' v lV IV & tmmmmimmmmHmmmmmmmml I I I ; a. -v j-; a r-ay-y .' ... MArtwAr&jp&imat A ma . inaae pure grape cream i tartar, and absolutely free frorK lime, . . alum and ROYAL DAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. ', Slx Negroea Khld by a Caveln. ' .Charlotte. X. C. March fl. II v tho cnvJng In of n scwor i.t Statosvllio, N. u.. rlilny. six negroes wore burled allvo.undof tons of earth. Tlio resclio party found the six men r.tnndlng up. light when the earth was reuiovod, but life Svas extinct. P1NH SAI VEAcfiTlKhXpOULTICE PUf VKtl tU-POIIMROP RKIM DIBUA8 PLENTY OF LETTUOE S CELERY i ' RADISHES RHV1ARB ONMNS In' fact everything in the .grocery line for, tonight. AT F. J. LUSCH 4 GROCER. N.E. Cor. Stato & Corner Su. SPRING suggests a change of footwear. Every man and woman wants something new. If you want a high shoo wo havo many new things for you. But you may think it's too late to buy a high shoo. In. that caso...

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 March 1907

, V -V'i . V .' V cvrr ( f- r af . r. I hE IVT l IP r $ k ft. m , fo'Eili row , THfe Daily Mirror, -I. BUROE8S ....Buaineat Manager It 0. HOLLAND Editor r. X. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor HJ)Y!RTI8INa BATES FURNISH. ID ON APPLICATION. Thb paper ieeelves th Serippt ICcRm Telegraph! News Berviee Ml Market Reports. BATES OE SUBSCRIPTIONS. Wagla Copy w e"CKre 2e for Week by Carries iir .-. lOo By Mail, per year $4.00 Pool-Weekly Mirror, per year $1.00 Both Phones -...r..... No. 0 (Weather for Ohio Rain or snow tonight, -warmer In northern por. Itlon. Sunday rain or snow and (warmer. Insanity of the Finncgan typo nnd tho "unwritten law" furnish the basis for itho defense of most murderers.. Tho rcsoutions of the Tonn. leg islature regarding Scnnlor Cannock indicated that the people arc al ready sorry they didn't reelect him. Carmack is the most brilliant man in the U. S. Senate. John L. Slllivan says that Mr. Roosevelt "still lias tho punch." This is approbation from S'.v Hubert and John L. o...

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 March 1907

S6'Ttt-ra i, i J l " v V. , tt. jl ' 'V'. "' THB MAMOX DAILY MIlt01t, SATURDAY, MAKOH , 1007. ' paoi rm a I'iV & 'v 3 Mbt &v SfTr-. o. f't V, 0 t ix t , a i tt- K' - , . j' " 'K hiu,. HighToned Clothes You'll find the Hart SchafT ,ner & Marx clothes, in our I 'storey as good an our crnnd nnalitv as l J ask. All-wool, correct style,per- , feet tailoring, and a fit""" guar- . anteed. ' ? The same standard of qual ity all through the STREUTZS FOR Easter 'Tis a wonder so style could be invested in such inex pensive suitings," isT the exclamation of most everyone. From a great variety we can mention buta few select pat- terns: 50c SUITINGS that you'll be glad to get. One par ticularly smart shadowy broken plaid over cither white or ray ground is but 50c SHEPHERD CHECKS aifblack and' white blocks in Worsted suitings antfWrges look worth, more than -"Sr c OTHER LIGHT-WEIGHT SERGEhaidcJ with sin gle or double lines of black, otvJHujg width you'll like theser yd.- 50c STRIPES Fin...

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 March 1907

W' T ', r 'trft t. . r l Ci w '!. N v H MM MX Union Station Time Card , r. ' r , .,- EFFECTIVE .IAN. 1. WW NORTH BOUND. Ko. 31 .7:00 an No. 33 M:2B an No 35 4:20 Pn No. 37 lOiCOpn. No. 3D 6:10 pm SOUTH BOUND. No. 30 .....' E:G0 an No. 33 .... 7:20 am No 32 10:25 aw No. 31 ."...'. ' 1:35 pm No. 3C 7:15 pro Dally. No. 33 starts from 'Marlon. No. 39. stops at Marlon. No. 39 will leave Columbus at C pm on Sundays. FRIF RftlLROlF No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am No. 8, Now York Ex 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. 4, Vostlbulo Limited.... 0:33 pro No. 1C Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 6:10 pm C. &E. DIVISION. No. .9, Chicago Express 12:55 am Ko. D. Vostlbulcd Limited. .10:34, am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 .....i '. 3:15 pm No. 7, Pacific Express 11:10 pm - SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3,. Vcstlbulcd Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:15 pm Dally, s Dally excent Sunday. New York Central line BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST BOUND. No. 15 0:10 am No. 19 9:52 am No. 29 2:00 pm ...

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 March 1907

iJ. Jr.' t 'K "I' f ,.. tl-J ,: ? '' 1 THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1907. PAGE SEVSN Ll &i. . ;'J ? K h , IK' i . w M $s V The" General i '7. ytf, n'n injurious character, to cure all manner ot jiif, ana tne National Legislation Enacted to Restrict Their Sale have established more clearly than could have been accomplished in any other way ' The Value and Importance ,ol Ethical Remedies. Remedies which physicians sanction for family use, as they act most beneficially and are gentle yet prompt in effect, and called, ethical, because they are of Known Excellence and Quality and of Known Component Parts. To gain the full confidence of the Well-informed of the world and the approval of the most eminent physicians,, it is essential that the component parts be known to and approved by them, and, therefore, the California Fig Syrup Company has, published for many years past in its advertisements'and upon every package a full statement thereof. The per fect purity and unif...

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 March 1907

u " 4" ' ' j ". :t."". ry ' 11 A " r '.' . EX tw ', f ' sav. vnw HRw ' raws, ''- fB- Vjvv." '. . -:-v" w v,,.; 4.3 ovnmmij? time-' m. FACk, LIGHT THE MARION DAILY ItiltROR, BATUlpAYMAKoMt.- W7. ' . ' "? iMMWMWWWWMMiiWWWWMMiiWBMMiMWMMMMWiMBBWWBMMBMMMBMBBBMIijgaMaaaMMBai 1 - in 1 1 - ' i miM PAPER HUNG FOR k m WALL I H H H -H H ' I III .'1' V-' 1 1 1 H1 H '1 H 1 u k H H H H i H ! m t V- I t& :i.' 'SK It '' Zf L' . :' wi r wr LrA IF. i 1 5 . 5 , t 3t-. '- BV U ' it fl!" ,!' r-.y.,' , ." ' ' ., To introduce the hanging and decorating department of special rate on the hanging of all Wall Paper sold . , All wall paper sold from 2c to 12 l2cper roll will be hung for 8c per roll, 10c regular; all wall paper sold at 12 l-2c or better wihbe butted first class for 8c per roll, 15c regular; all wall paper in fine Leather, Brocades and Tekkos, will be hung for 8c per roll, 25c to 75c regular. That this 6 p. m. and Phonograph Records Ex changed We exchange aiyJirolten or worn out cylinder rer...

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. — 9 March 1907

X ' 'Tl'1 ' r' ' " '"I ITT' V ,e : -; , u x MPT Daily Mirror. I i PAGES 9 TO 16 w- YOLUJLE XV. NO. 184. MAKION. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING, MABCH !, 1907. PRICE TWO OSNTS ' V wsaaaaaaassaa & f A rt: TOMmw5?L i - ' 2 l ' swaps' g-THE Marion ? P ii. C & ' I t I - w y HISTORY OF THE GREAT MORGAN RAID IN OHIO. VHtten by an Inmate of the Dayton Soldiers' Home and Printed in the Lima Times-Democrat With Notes and Comments by the Editor of that Paper. The History of the Raid and tfle Efforts to Head Off the Bold Leader and His Band of Dare-devils is Believed to be Authentic. Data Which Will Interest the Reader of Today, Over Fortv Years After the Events Occurred. fj Tho Army of the Cumberland, un dor' General Rosccrnna was prepar ing for the advance on tho cam paign which was chucked at Chick amanga, and culminated in tho iBottlo Above tho Clouds" at Lpoko'ut Mountain, and the victory Hi vMLssionnry JUlgo. At the same time General .Burnsidc's Army df the, 'Ohio iyas preparing for the a...

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. — 9 March 1907

IU -f t .; l, W Ti7 W r' " ; ,( i y f f t-rt v t'jr i . S ;.w - V A'f ., '' YT & S - If 4 , cawji xmm ,mt . ,, t.Vi w rCHIIlD. TAXATION V iii ir'T- Present System Comes In For . . Many Hard Knocks. NEEDED REFORMS ARE SURE lPhe Ohle Tax Commission Will Makea a Thorough Investigation of the iUbJect Able Address of At- i t'o'rney General Ellis. The, monihers nt tlio, ?tntn Tn-r fnm. i,no memuers or tno btnto inx umv lalssloir, 'recently nppcintod by Govor- or HnrrtB, havo a most Impoitnnt work before thorn. They nrc nkln; ... , . . Up to tho arduous duties that confront thctA. , TJHIs commlseloh was proposed by iho business organizations of tho etato. At tho last convention of tlio Republican imrtr a. ntniik was Includ ed In tho stnto plntform nsklug for tho appolhtmeiit of a liodrd to lnvc3tlgalo th Important question of taxation. Acting hnon that request, Governor Marrln appointed n Qomtnlslson, as follown: Wado II. Kills, Attorney Gen eral, cbnlrmun: Atlcc Poinerene. at torney, ...

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. — 9 March 1907

ffTri fTiWB ''' . ' i. 'J. . T ! T .". "t ,t if ; t n 7. 'jr' AZ-i.." vs .rF 4. V1 . I r , 1 4 . J . Dili . ii - .' . ". - iftifVorTi aw" w. S tT Cl? 7 A. t fc ',"!. 4fcJ' RA .' tl u.r li i V I F. w : L U f . $ i lTttliti'il'l"!H ' j "" (From Our New York Drfttnntle Corrc spomlent.) FltANIC DANIELS nnd Louis Mnnn worti the stars In the lutciit productions thnt the dramatic fates steered before Inn gales of Now York eiit(eI9m. THo rraft on which tlic versatile comedians lire Journeying hnVe wentheiod the. lpnppst,s that nhvnyu - itMHall nowly launrtiea siaKo craft, iiltliouuli uiulc lilahlo .wealinpxsoH exist In their un1fr hodlpa as well us BuitcratruutureK. I lfpr to tlio rnift, not tlio fmnc(llnui. nolh the -iluy lire tnutilrnl comodlps with tuneful ponna, protty rIMh und imichtuKs of color. Alimii Ih nt tlio CttHlno, und hlH piny Ih "Tlio Wlillp Ilpn,'' willirn uiul rpwiltten by Uorierlr' Iiiflfld, tiiuslc by OiiHtuvc Keiker mid Ij'Hps by Rmlcrlc Ponllcld und Paul West. ' Louis M...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 9 March 1907

ill It "' ' ,' 0 J t rAcVrwiLvi, THE MARION DAILV MIR 11 .' .' TURD AY, MAJWK , W07. , ' t s w- w If .- ff? t J i I-Jl ft K I tfl .1. '!- BY if ., 3. m' It Champ St If Letter, ty Special Washington letter. IHE Democrats of the house won T a notablo victory In the Unlit touching the La Follotte hill re striding tlio hours of lnbor for railroad employees to sixteen out of twenty-four. When the T.a Kollctto bill reached the house the Itepubllcnu ran. Jorlty on tho committee on lnterstute and foreign commerce cooked up a subitltutc which wns full of blow holes. Tho house Itepubllcnu niitcliliie tried to forco It through under whip and spur, thinking the Democrat would be afraid to light their miserably weak substitute because It seemed to be a Kood monsure, having the appearance, but not the substance, ltut the Dem ocrats, to tho utter disgust of the lie publican sleight of hand performers, lined up solidly against the humbug nnd beat It on roll call, a thing always dreaded by cowards. ...

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. — 9 March 1907

. Mi' (I - tf' 'K Mv 7' ki I rA i $ : tx. Jt. m.- Vit V tv?. !v m ""THE MARION P'AILY MIRROR, SATURDAY. MARCH 9, 1007. I PAGE THIRTEEN 1 fS . ' 114 gyitSMMtfMtsacsxs3tt asxxxx ft Ami . . 8 MAUL A miLUUN AND A v QUARTER IN EIGHT MONTHS M. J. Monnette Who is Visiting His Sistef Mrs. Geo. Wright of Pearl Street Tells of His Experience With the Mohawk Mine in the Goldfield Mining Region, NASVXSVVNXXXXVXVWX f your heart la weak, don't over set yourself Into such n position as iM. .1, Monnetlc, lormorly of Ilucy. "rils now of Ooldflcld, Ncv., and at litis tlmo' here for a brief visit with hfo Bister, Mr. QtorRO Wright, of '32l Pearl Hlrf.'t. Von hilght not bo abel to Bland tlio Bhoclc of finding yourfielt ono of four men who cleaned up over flvo millions of dol lars In eight months, or nhqut a million and a quarter each. Mut that Is tho story or .Air. Monnette and nothing more charac teristic of Dame Fortune's queer tricks Is found In tho history of mining. Mr. Monnctto Is hot hero t'),se...

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. — 9 March 1907

3 . 4jm, u tf ' n k'J ! K H;' 'is r Iv I V'' w ifirtE rouftnusk Rockefeller's it. Gift to WiiAtSttm Could Support in Com- ' tott 3.04,762 Persona for Out) Wear, Could Build Homos for IQO.OOO, Could Pay One Year's Interest on the National .Debt, pnd Could Provide for All the Yearly Jj.YjcHStts of the Go rrnments of Denmark nnd Greece Combined, fpoeialiSui'VAew'S the Great' Gift With Only Partial Approval; Mayor Tom X. Johnson ''Saya It Is An Anchor Cost to Wiitd ward Against the Time that 'People Will Become 'Aroused: the French Press, Astonished at lis Sire, Differ as Jo tho Motives for It. Kcw York. Thirty-two million dol lars? for education! This latest Rift cf John I). Rockefeller o overlaps anything over known In tho lino of philanthropic giving (hat it requires aomo analyzing to comprehend the vastness of tho sum. In recent years tho American pooplo have had their financial senso of proportion unduly expanded by talk or millions tossed about to various Institutions). It 13 wort...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 9 March 1907

' H ( it I iK .If ( A4 Xy t. " I'M 1 ' v V tS t ' ,"' V. W I hi t 1 tfn 1 a f TH KAJIIOK; DAILY MIl0.:iAtTn) AY, MAltOH V lW m ' v paob riPTinr . rfcy It 1 . V -r t ?" i 1 v m f Li Pi '4i HpHB experiences of Bishop Tal- hot, lone tho cowboy bishop," but now utshop of coutral Pennsyl vania, havo been many and varied, and his book, recent ly published, ."My MIBROP ETH ELUfcHT P 0 O p 1 0 Of tllO talbot. Plains," gives a fas cinating plcturo of llfo In tho earlier days of the great west. Miners, cowLoys, all loved him, and they still tell a host of atorlcs about f 6co while still bishop of Wyoming K an' Idaho ho went to St. Paul to nt 'teiid a meeting of dignitaries of tho church. There one noon on tho porch of thd hotel a tramp nppioachcd ft group of bishops and asked for aid. v"No," ono of tho churchmen replied, 4,I don't think wo can do anything. But down thero Is tho youngest bishop of usall." pointing to Bishop Talbot, 'and ho's a very generous man." Tho tramp went to BJshop Tnlbo...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 9 March 1907

ill t 7.1 J J i!t ? i - i" i'j .! i , , i', ' V;v ' W ( J4' 1 ' fA' .4.i A i . . if M ;' 1'ih.r -" "& i )AY, MABOH 9,- 1907. "' ' .0 m MWHSTW WS WELL ON Grand Hotel, Madrid, So villa. Ut'i J ,. THE ARABIC .: Alice J. Harris Writes Letter '. t the Mirror. MARION PEOPLE WELL Enjoying Every Minute of the Cruise. QeJte Fartf Distinguished Per. 'Nir'h' Rlw Cruising in the ytiUttmatta. Oil board S. S. "Arabic" -. t - '.Feb. 14, 1U07. 0oar Mirror; On February 7th eiactly. noon, on a bright beau tiful day. wo moved away fjrotn the White 'Star pier and aut into the North felvcr, leaving at Jcast a thpustuid people behind iw, waving a perfect now storm of white handkerchief in adieu. f'Bon Voyage", "Wish I were BvJi'B with you", "Good Bye" were borao of tho many shouts that wcro watted after us as we wafted away down tho North Itivcr into New York bay, past tho statue of , liberty and out into tho open tity. ' Tho large salon was 'liter ally, filled with panting gifts, boxes of fowersi bo...

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