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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 19 April 1907

' '!. ' "l-.VJ. k O f, .i i S X. THE MARIpfr DAILY MIRROR, TRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1007. page mn. V4.' t 1 1 ft r "V- .u: M f 4i J- f ' fr Ar 4 v I'V J f 1 vjtf, r 1 r' x- ,f K . .- w . . . THE UrfLER & PHILLIPS STORE , V f Our Annual White Carnival ' For One Week Commences Saturday. Everything white will have a special showing here next week. Every department will be filled with new white goods at bargain prices. ' WHITE INDIA LAWNS AND SWISSES ,. .u , ,WIIITE SHUIT WAISTS 8 TABLE DJNENS N ,WIIIT,E SILKS AN1DXRESS, GOODS M WHITE MUSDNSr Pj SHEETINGS AND CAMBRICS jln fact, everything in white in pur, store will be included in this great sale. Come tomorrow, if possible. UHLER& PHILLIPS l CHILD GIVEN TO MOTHER Coonrod-Gable Case Heard Friday Slngln" Skulc, Kpworth tonight, 25c. A Big Spring Market full of fre3h fruits, vegc tables, meats and fancy gro ceries . PANOY RIPE STRAWBER RIES. I'ANOY RIPE TOMATOES FANCY RUSSET AND BOLDWIN APPLES TANoKaRAPE FRUIT FANOyVoUR ORANGES Rhubarb, ...

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. — 19 April 1907

. ft. 1' B- townf rat TBigAittoirgifoTttift ' "i :,a V'S V ",i t a ift ,v ii,V Union Station Time Card EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1907. NOllTII BOUND. Of SI 'Vll w No.33 lu:(fABam No'3fe 4i2 Pm No. 37 10C0 PM No. 39 .... -!l P SOUTH BOUND. Jfo. 80 8:G m No. 38 , 7--20 am No 32 30:25 am ilo. 34 1:35 pm tftb. 30 7:16 P10 Daily. ,No. 38 starta from Marlomr No. 3D. stop at Marlon. No. 39 will l"ma Columbtu at I ym em Sundays. - FRIF MUROM No. 10, Chautauqua Ex ..12:45 am No. 8, New York Er 5:32 am No. 12 8:50 am No. A, Vestlbulo Limited... .0:33 pm No. 10 Accommodation 12:55 pm No. 22 arrives 5:10 pm G. & B. DIVISION. No. 3, Chicago Express.... .12:55 am No. 3, Ve9tlbuled Limited.. 10:34 am No. 21 7:00 am No. 11 3:45 pm No. 7, Pacific Exprcsa 11:10 pm SOUTH AND CINCINNATI. No. 9, Cincinnati Express... 1:15 am No. 3, Veatlbuled Limited.. 10:39 am No. 11 3:45 pm Dally, b Dally except Sunday. New York Central Lines BIG FOUR ROUTE WEST 130UND. No. 15 0:40 am No. 19 9:52 am No. 29 2:00 pm No. G 4...

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. — 19 April 1907

, i f .: , V --' K 4 S S' ' ( 1. Vr i if t$. t v .1 in m 1 f. i v ViK l: v i. I A . It v.. ,J M --' i" a of r-A mm, ) " I s ' ImI s 15? ins-1 Duffy's Pure teali Whiskey A tonic-stimulant which keeps the old young and the young strong It is invaluable for over-worked men, delicate women and sickly children. It cures consumption Beware of cheap imitations and iubstitutes. They are dangerous Guard against refilled bottles Duffy's Pure Maft Whiskey is sold by all druggists, grocers and deal tt&, or direct at $ LOO a bottle Doctor's advice and illustrated med- ,;ical booklet sent free Duffy Malt Whiskey Co Rochester N Y "-1-" , m-j- " A 'HI BSSl Societies HMMIMMV MiMM Mrs. V. E. Kurrloy pleasantly entertained tho members of tho Y. M. B. club at her .homo on South Prospect street, .Thursday after noon. Tlio tiftuo was jwisscd with ctnbroidery work, and refreshments wro served. TJio only guests osido from tho regular club mom-bci-s, was Mrs. W. J. Qorion. The ulub will meet again in tw...

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. — 19 April 1907

v v J K 1 I . MU HSXT THE MARION DAILY MttHOlt, ritlPAY, AfML 19, 1907. i ! "r if iftt a ;4' I ? IK i1 t IVtf & V i. I.; N r J? c t s. ' '- r ' l'. . ''!' tvj. i : -:! is tn A ' .SW . .BW. -tfkk. .BW. ,. . k .. . KLEINMAIERS I STYLES THAT ARE DIFFERENT Yes, You'll find the styles of our Children's Suits and Reef ers quite different from those shown in other stores. But the difference is all in their fuvbV. The nattiest, nobbiest little garments thai ever came to town. Eatons?5ailors, Peter Thompson's and Norfolk suits in exclusive fabricsxllusive styles, exclusive makesJn fact exclusive in every way except in price $2.00 to $8.50 c c KLEINMAIERSy Saturday's Specials The specials that we offer every now and then for Saturday are certainly bargains and are making that one of the important days of the week. Tomorrow you can't afford to miss them. SUITS in All our suits arc heiriiptJored at BIG REDUCTIONS, fact, at prices that were neNcso low. For instances Regular $25.00 and $30.00...

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. — 20 April 1907

t" K T l. -S ' V"1 K if V t 4") t j f ' mmmmmmm H i 1 t f; Marion" Daily Mirror. SECTION PAGES 1 TO 8 '"MB i -. A - Z F .jLl I TJC l-'rA I f A a 3 c A - b & ' PV V - i i,t .'9 I 'te f ft! ' i T m i'TdtXTKE XV. so. aw. ISDIGMNT WOMEN HORSEWHIP A FARMER Because of Cruelties Practiced Upon His Wife, He Was ; ' Giren a Terrible Beating While He Was Returning From Her Funeral His Condition is Serious. jLprtdon Ohio, Apr. 20 Sixteen women of Resaea, Madison County, dragged Geo. II. Ward, a prosperous farmor from the rig In which he was returning from nis wife's funeral, and, beat him with buggy whips until bis condition was serious. iWard is charged with cruelties to the dead woman. Tho authorities fin. ally Interfered and removed her to FIENDISH CRIME DONE MOB VIOLENCE FEARED Middle Aged Man is Held by Lima Authorities on a Charge of Ravishing a Four-Year-Old Girl Militia Held Ready For Service. Lima, Ojiio, April 20. Qeorgo Myers, charged with a fiendish crime, wa landed in jail her...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

I '' v."? 5 4. M "r-VW - iJ.M A&1 TWO THE MARIOM DAILY MUtJm, jATURDAY. - APML M, lWtV ' 1IOHN TEMPLE GRAVES' HV1IH NA. ltlrkIX V r 'Fined Pure Food Law Violators. Cleveland, April 20. Two dealers in dairy produeo were flned by Justice William, Brown Friday for Eolations df J.fip statb puro food law a., Sanford Perry Wnsassessed $50 and 'coals for Belling butter containing coal tar dye, which, Bald the chemist who analyzed the product, turned pink when tested with acid. George 'ochelm, who had hoen before the court beforo, wn lined 200 nnd coats on the chargo of rolling oleomargarine under the pro tenso that It was butter. Justice Urown announced that theso fines must be worked out In tho woikhouso if they are not paid. TERMS IN JAIL WORDS f AIL Tbm olmaWk 1Mb long timi. i ownbrfthftrWfcUWrU. I 1 AwaitTwo Chicago Expo nents of High Finance. To Describe the Horrors of Famine in Russia. StvmMikmm vourittlf witk S?cl Emulsion, f " ' V Itbuikb yitcm. !t upyjri PAIR OF BANKERS, MILLI...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

' L I1'-'V ft. ..A'' i . S f --1P1 ;- - , 'f V . 4 r , TmS WARIOK DAILY IfPUtOR, SATURDAY, ATKIL- 20, 1907. .. .r L wv4 !' ' 1 s. 58- & :l . . Iff rft lU tr" t 1 If BwuvSii-Ja-lK tiit,rf 7 ' $ i'lft The - M '-if ")M Tf' aiderable. Royal is economical, because it pos sesses more leavening power' and goes further. S ,-T t Inseparables. Oni day last aiimmer, wlillo walk Ink through tho farm where we were .pending our vacation, I pointed onl to my little son where tho cnhliago p,tcll was. and he looked at It a little lyhlle and then asked: "Mother, wiere do.s tho corn beef Krow?" Chlcar Tribune. THE GRAND 0. K. PKItBY, I.estc it ml Mgr. MONDAY, APRIL 22 A) THEATRICAL EVENT, Henry B. Harris presents ,The Dramatic Success of tho - Century THE LION AND THE MOUSE -By? Charles Klein, Author of f"The Music Master." THE PRODUCTION IN ITS ENTIRETY. ii i i. . . I I ' q"- Second yoar in New York. Eight months in Chicago. Six months in Boston. Prices 25c, 75c, $1, $1.50 TEfiRVS (1111 138 North...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

pv ', ,. -" "V TBB MAMOy PAiiLT MIJo iIATTOPAY. 'APML '', f 107. PACE ?0U1- '' 'fc ,. -VI' IW IC m t, i,r fi V ft, fa THE Daily Mirror. I, BURGESS ....Bualnetw Manner i. C. HOLLAND EdHor ft M. 4BMSTR0NQ.. City Editor ADVERTISING RATES FURNI8H ED ON APPLICATION Thk DBDcr receiv th Berippt- IfeRa Telegraphic Newa Service Mid Market Report BATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. Sing'0 Copy ........... 2o For Week by Carries . r. ...-.-. .. 10c By Mail, per year $4.00 8mi-Weekly Mirror, por year $1.00 Both Phones No. 0 "WEATHBR-Fair tonight and Sunday. 'Warmer Sunday. Earthquakes aro becoming almost fts fasiiionablo as appendicitis. Connecticut aepubfleans joined in praising "William J. Bryan. Well it is about timo the republicans reciprocated just a HtU" Mr. Delnas suggests that ITarry Thaw needs a valet morn than ho does a counselor. Mr. Welm.is might havo Miirgested a guardian also. All that home republican editors can be induced to say about Sec retary Toft is that be looks like he would weigh abo...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

V. V7t .p V -I, it . v n 'M. ";. y r 'THB MAJIIOM DAILY' MIKROR SATURDAY, AFMI 20, 1907. r PAGB P1VM . , 7 ' Jf - ".. L J? I' y r-f . -J' . - 7 f ' r hv .- More Style! . asy to Pay ,'& We have added mote suits &to ihe line to bo sold today. vivur wnue tnoy last u y Haro loft for 'Monday) at fi -. SIO.OO. -f It's a cash sale price but A.YOUR HERE CREDIT IS GOOD nillinery. Jackets. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Vi ? ;$ ; Hats and Shoes. CASH OR CREDIT Marion Clothing & Cloak Co. 215 West Center Street. Bulk Olives rAn appetizer. Just arrived. 35c PER ; QUART. A full vcgc'cable supply. AT F. J. LUSCH GROCER. N.E. Cor. State & CnUr Bta. rianzanillo Olives A new barrel just opened. if Tliow Virn, "l f Junto flawnrnil as any you ovor taetcd and ' our prico 1b remarkably low. ' Wo can sell them for 25 CENTS PER PINT or 35 CENTS PER QUART, tfou can't bsat that if you try. A Robinson's Grocery Phones 39. 209 E. Center St. Agency lor Wopds Boston Coffees The Circus is Coming Have ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

v4' "-' VTf i a for v. ., Kr V Iff . Kt 'V u ;r : ft r. fk ji"" I 6 & I4K II 185 r7 i v. o UNSAVORY LETTERS Sent by a Man to the Girl Whom He Had Bet He Could Marry. Cleveland, O., April 20. Making-a Wager that ho -would marry her be fore June 1, nn unidentified man hnB been sending unsavory letters for three months to Louise Stinor, aged 18 years, a junior at West High School, and has canned tho gir), no well as her entire family, to ho shad owed. Their house, too, is wntchell day and night. The police and Sec ret Service officers havo leeti nt work on tho caso for two weeks, but are completely baffled. ' rrt-i , , ' ' ' Perhaps I Eaten bread in some one's house that was just the most delicious you have ever eaten, and you intended asking what kind of flour they used, but just forgot it. Well, it was Hartcr's A No. 1 Flour If always makes that kind of bread be cause it is made from the best wheat money can buy in a mill that never stops, and every sack is just the same. All Mar...

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. — 20 April 1907

it' V ,t :tt :., J t. t : j.,''V rt SATURDAT, AMBt M, 1M7, VTr.Tt...jriX'jr. -.H.-M-U, .g- - THE MARION DAILY MIRROR", PA01JSRV1K. ' '' ft sW .1 '( t Z- hv i.. u The General Condemnation of So-Called Patent v or Secret Medicines 11 '- & an injurious character, which indulge in extravagant and , .unfounded pretensions to cure all manner of ills, and' tno. Natkaal legislation Enacted ta Restrict Their Sale . - have established m'oro clearly than could have been accomplished in any other way ' ' The Value and Importance of Ethical Remedies. Remedies which physicians sanction for family use, ns they act mqst beneficially and are. gentle yet prompt in effect, and callfcU ethical, because they are of Known Excellence and Quality and of Known Component Parts. , To gain the full confidence of the Wcll-lnfornicd 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 Syru...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

Vj Tr y. f. .. .o '6 w a 'i vA- "(i v-( - i, tkWEianr i TM MARION DAILY mangy; SATURDAY, , 1M7 m Y " ; ft- ;frt V ' v v ,S,.r "'l fe -Hi KLEINM . ' AXVBBBK?nh KNl VOTBSV' f'V $. It's all a Matter of Quality We can show you the popular Telescope Hats in all the stylish shades and proportions and in any of these four leading maKes : STETSON QUALITY $4.00 HAWE'S QUALITY $3.00 NOX-ALL QUALITY $2.00 PEERLESS QUALITY $1.50 Our hat selection is by far the largest in the city. You are sure of finding every correct style here. KLEINMAIERS Oeo display ad in regard to Knicker bocker. It This Store Has the Best Values in TABLE LINENS These Roods were all bought at the lowest prices. Besides we are oat of the high rent district and can exist on a smaller profit than other Marlon stores. Look at our TABLE LINENS at 39c, 50c and 59c yard. Finest Bleached Table Linens at 88c, $1.00 and $1.25 yard. -THE- Denman-Jenner Co. WIST CENTER STREET, GET THE CASH HABIT. Shirt Waists A whole window full of va...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

'!&," Vs r i- ,' V v ' I ' ' " ' :.i-r -. , ! ,- . , .1 I ' '., i ' fj' f .' ! ih, Daily Mirror. ,(fij 'Vij i-' Jl ' ;., S ' .If -'I trfw PAGES 9 TO 16 V' ', ..,, ftitii XV. NO. 219. MARION. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 20. 1907. PRICE TWO GXNT& ' va ENTAL THE WOMEN ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT PE-RU-NA TOUR ENDS Marion -,U VPV1 dk srM wf- V, .y foil' St- . LTl BV - f c ec if 1 1 i 1. 1 c I i L Vsr w ) Mrs. Allc J. Harris Back in .. Niw York rhsvAUJ iiuv uiDDiurcr -vawRnwn nnu unrruiLaa Mingle as the Ship Sails into Harbor ur Li $ Grat Tour of the Mediterranean Eads and If artoa Members of the , Party are all Safe and Sound . On board' 11. M. . "Oceanic" .,,. , April 10, 1007. ;i ' Dear Mirror: After Iwo weeks .', ' hi - delightful Cairo, wo went back tf'' to' Alexandria and went on board ;' the dear old Arabic our shi. homo again. ,We wero all together once ; inoro ome having come from a V J.2 days "stay in Palestine, others from, trips up tho Nile and tho vest of ut from1 the va...

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. — 20 April 1907

-' w 1: .Vr . V M A'i tAOl TIM THE MARION. DAU.T' . ilnjf yw Jw Hw fcw x , "kit iWr CKivmp T ft Letter. Special Washington Letter. p KOENTLY I lectured ill the Ills LP (orlc little city or I''reeport, P4k HI., rendered historic by the Lincoln Douglas tlebnto In 1S3S, when. they wcio running for the United States Bcnnte ko fur as the pub lie know, but really running for both the scuatorshlp nml the presidency of the United States, for the chances nro that from the time their beatdu were sprouted neither of those wondrously nblo men ever spent twenty-four houru consecutively without dreaming of the pieflldeney with hla eyes wide open. No nintter whnt others' thought, each of them believed ho would reach the Whlto House, nnd that mutter wns settled In Iho Freeport debate, which wbb the crucial performance In that historic canvass and In that series of historic debates. It was ut Kieopoit that Lincoln proiouudcd to Douglas tho far Tesouudlng question, "Can tho peoplo of A territory prio...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

,1.x J ty! ,u .. r i ' .y A J. J- far "k m H -tf . t ' ' 1 i- t ' h yp t. L t W..S . W . -?-T'V'-fa,i.'..,'JW.JmBlAtfai ; .' , . T i i v j i i ' &fSL- . .P&iv Financial Ihetituthna Day,. Say e Expert High' Living, Fa$t Women and Specula " tton Chiefly to Blame 1 tori. It, (a only a defalcation of iAk that attracts more than in. Attention. the wrongdoing nf President i FriMk' Hippie cuiiHed the $7,000,000 eftih'of ahe Real Estate Thtst.com Mirot. Philadelphia; when Paul O. MttlUrfd wrecked tho Milwaukee Atene State, bunk of Chicago throiiRh Ma'.hllsapproprlutloh of l,rOrt,OUO and Wh'eB, wore recently, Treasurer Wllv llfe'hi F. Walker disappeared with (J6B,000 of securities belonging to the laving! Bank of New Britain, Corin. ln'Vblg case of this kind tho busy word pauses to gaip at the enormity of, the crime and to bestow a fleeting $lly,.Ut$on the victims. Now and then a remarkable theft attracts moro than ordinary atten tion becattse of tho difficulties over come. Only a sh...

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. — 20 April 1907

r., ' 1 . . . . in ' ' " 'li u ,,;v u vj-ri ; ' i s . a ' i.-ia V ..?" .V; . ' ' Kf. ., v-c. :-in ,t ' -f v 'T, wiJ ' -V- jt tf SfiSKHB I i 't t 1 R I) PAT. 'TWELVE raKSSS Clean House "When you will, yon'11 find a new plcco of furniture, a new rocker, a couch or a Bide board. No natter what It la you will find it hero and at prices that will surprise you for their lowness Drop in and look over our store. WEST END FURNITURE STORE. Bowman & Schoenberger. Everything In the jewalry lino can ho found at our storo. Oome in and seo us if you axe buying a birthday present or present for any othor occa sion. Wo do all kinds of repair work. Eyes examined free f charge. G.W. Bowers Prof. Frederic Berryman, l BARITONE Teacher of Voice and Piano. Studio 400 E. Church cor. Vine Phone WW. The Ferell Gonstilutiona Catarrh Treatmant. Ml Is not for catarrh alone but is a cure for all Liver, Kidney. Stomach and Bowel trouble. For sale by all druggisls. Glvlng the Mall a Ssndofr. Over In tho ltttlo...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

.V A p' v 'V,i, u .n . "'f 111 S till 'I ;',-; - ffi ni if '. I 'W 1 J ;4r I J HAPPENINGS LlfaJP OF ItOCAL TEAM Prions' in Which Players 'L viH D Seen WIIMOT IS A STAR He is Developing speea, 'Curves arid Control wk m i Work on the Lo:al Ball Grounds! Being Puibd sni Already it Looks Like a Ball Park. V i 'Although' the Lima Burners havo Jmd little irnclico sinco leaving heri'jii week ujtq yesterday Mann per tfnnrim has about figured out' hifUne-ifn for the season. As. fur ns ittis possible to .tell nt this lime, tho lno up for the opening piimc will bo Liisky uiid Smith, catchers Wilhejin, iWifcnot, Lewis,. Lucn and T'.ssihlv one oilier, pitchers j Lindc mnn,l'irnt base.; Bums, or Thumb, lamm ' -rTJ 'j i:"fi. '."1.Y, . i" .J AL" WILMOT One of Druram's land Successful Most, Competent Slab Artists. second ba;?e; Mylett, short stop; Flood, third bahc; Quhm, Tate, FarrcU ail Slulcnhey, outfielders. Jt y. p.iaiblo that one or two mo'rc.men will bo carried until the close oft, the -I'irH...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 20 April 1907

Jj 1 v -? ' f 4 . S' it. 4 '" ' . -1 3$ ,i' : , r r . t . ' in 1 J ' V , -x it r;u&Mtob .. , aau . ix , sag - j -- " jWie o7 Utie. It Jvefy nerv "following afternoon tlia letter showed Judge Sands in a 'very nervous, uneasy state, lie said h hkd been living a llfo ot dally ter ror, m some of bis friends, far whoso estates he was trustee, had been re-, calving anonymoils letCors, advlslng item to look Into the Judge's trust af falts; that the Relnharl crowd had been using Renewed pressure to make, kirn let go all his Seaboatd stock, Which they wanted to securo at tho loV prices to which thoy had de pressed It, In order that they might re organize and carry out the scheme t&ey had been so long planning. Judge tfpnds went on to say that the day he was compelled to sell his Seaboaid stock he would have to make public a announcement ot his condition, hk there could be no salo without Uio court's consent. His closing was: ,lWy dear daughter, no one knows better fhan I the utmost h...

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. — 20 April 1907

VA ' V ' ' ' " if - ir 7 j A ViU', ,v: . , n t . ,., . t t ,v i . i TKB lliutlOX i)MLY toy, SATURDAY; APRIL 20, 1907. ?aoi fiftiik TTTviTtT 'h PUTS ON no"aiiIs1 hn- ''w ' ' i ... I" f. " ' i. 5 I aV jA 6'; u P m IV A -I' THE eight American leaguo clubs show a brilliant nr,rny of dia mond t talent on thofr respec tive rosters for the cnmpnlgn f t 107. The strongest tenms, on paper,.are Chicago, Clovetnnd nnd Philadelphia, and tho pluycrs signed fer'the'pennant raco by each of these chtaa) are as follows: 1 vv ' ... The World's Champions. .Chicago has In the twirling dopart Iritfht Walsh, Altrock, White, PattcrHon, Owm, Flcne, Cheny nnd Freoinan; datchers, Sullivan, Both, Towne, Mc Wrlarid and Ilnrt; first baseman, 'Jiffgs" DonohUe: second baseman, Ubtllj third baseman, Tannchlll: short stop, Davis; left fielder, Dougherty; center fielder, Captnln Davy Jones; right fielder, Hahn: substitute ln flelders, Rohe, Dundon. Qulllln and liJeune; substitute outfielders, O'Neill and Welday. The...

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. — 20 April 1907

jn - ? . f) - yr ,V p h I? s R m VV m rsfti I'tr 4V m - R't r i Ha , FAOI sums: IBM" BIG CIRCUS HERE SUNDAY Fire Special Trains Arrive Early. will THE EAST END GROUNDS Will Present Many Interest- irtg Sights. The Jig Circus While a Very Old Institution Always Interests Old tad Young Alike. Early Sunday morning thq Ave spe cial trains bearing th Forcnaugh Sells circus, will reach Marlon, nnd from that momont many strange and Interesting sigh's will materialize. As Uio show management regard Sunday ns a day of rest, only the tents uoccssary lor housing the men agerie and horses and the tents In which the food 1 cooked and served to the workmen, will bo orccted. The arenle tent and several other show tents will go up early Monday morn ing. , The circus, llko most things, has It follies and frailties, but somehow, It holds a steady place In the human heart. Its novelty never grows stale. To the youthful Imagination this Is peculiarly so, and the recollection of th circus days, :ack In o...

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