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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 April 1907

I ' ftp-? '; , -. , . . ', ,. "v; -V " .; 'Jv": ' ' V''" '" ',.1 ' i . 2r ' : ;. 'fH "fit Mirror PAGES I TO 8 If S THE MARION DAILY ;" ' . . . . . . V' m iVl cri I- 5 ' I "WiH w'i ..: ...?..M T .- 1 -f t iIBaV - Mfifr' 1 . p" L,r I AfOLITMB'XV. NO. 225. 1" f I' " tKvfflVMAtT i w w i vrikwi -w m ' ! : ' ! WKTU1N ' v. THE Headdresses the Republican Club of Trenton and 1 V 4 While He Did Not Name the Secretary of War it Was Evident to Ml That He Had Him in Mind. . . - The' Cleveland Congressman Proclaims That Any Back ward Step From the Republican Platform Would .Mean Defeat to the Party The President is Highly Praised for the Stand Which He. has Taken for Certain Reforms. Trenton, N. J., April 27. -Congressman- Burton, of Ohio, in his ad 1 dress before this Republican club of this city. Old not discuss Ohlo.polltlcs, beyond declaring In n sentence or two that lio ' bellevC3 Secretary Taft the man best fitted to be the next pres idmt. His declaration for Taft called forth great applaus...

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. — 27 April 1907

'J 'A 5' v 4? 4. .ff rrrar terow' DiCiLTr-iBMoXTtmDAYa'g7, 1M7 f WtY WILLCOMEiTO THIlH UNCLE FOR CAMIAiN EXPENSE " U ' ' ' '" ' V ' i. - '- i . ' ' ' . , , , t , n - ' fcAty " ' Vj - V aemmeesBw ' mimiiiiiii i memHimp&lm ' II ' .v"P 1 ."X '1 ' .. . t-1 TQ THE JURY . I" ' ' 4 Some I ii" A r K 4 .V ITT t r v -m Bl SA ) m ' &. m. n ?.' a (, . I' J l' ' 'C V i E';' ; BIG FORTUNE V Mu n Likely to Come to Heirs of Russell Sage's Friend. BY CLERK'S ERROR. A Purchase of Railroad Bonds Made Years Ago May Result in Riches , for an Entire Family. New York, April 27. The error of a law clerk many ears ago may mean u fortune to Russell Safe Raphael and his mother and sisters. Many years ago Nathnn Raphael, a close friend of Ujissell Sage, purchas td 1680,000 worth of second mortgage bonds of the Wasatch & Jordan Val ley Railroad Co., which owned a lino Ih Utah. Tho interest on the bonds Of the road was defaulted and the llrst mortgage was foreclosed, cutting out the holders of the se...

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. — 27 April 1907

VLMWtummpsi 'wrv7rf rHp;j TT wmfW ppBM1! i,ii,iva;,t,v'w"t? - '" ""';""?",' rf ftj. f?"M V "V "" 1 P I A J, .', V: i' -tr 4 ? a v F" If IK A fj fi:Y t- I? ! ri. IvfS -fc :& L il gMART&jyADDELL ' SATURDAY BUYING of footwear is usually a tedious job but our. largo and varied stock and experienced clerks makes tho selection of shoes an easy ono hero We aro offering to tho pcoplo of Marion the largest lino of men's women's and children's shoos and oxfords ever shown hero. If you don't believe just come in and see SMART & WADDELL Y. M. C. A. HAPPENINGS Tho big reception and entertainment given by tho Y. M. C. A. to tho young er boys of the Association last night was attended by more than 3C0 de lighted youths. Tho affair proved a succoss In overy detail. Tho associ ation building rang with boyish good cheer from 7:30 until 10 o'clock and 'the iboys unanimously ip-.toclalincsd It "Tho tlnro or their lives." "' The affair was in ehargo of a com mittee composed of Messrs. George...

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. — 27 April 1907

,4 'fr 1 Ytf r !V iAob rouii THE MARION DAILY MHUM,r,lATUMTi APHIL 17. 1907 -...! " ' ' ' ' -'VV'w ;? ' ', '-,.?' g mm 1 1 hi' w 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 wmmmmmm mm... f XSF F i lUi 'y 'Vc 'r THE , Dally Mirror, i 5 v f.'UROESS ,...mislnw Manager l.'-CC. UOI.I.A.SMt Editor r. M. ARMSTHOVn Ht Rdiun M)VKRTIS1Ni lA I K KUKNlNM- ') ov viMM.K'ArrON This iff receive tli tielW Tflleiri-Hpliif N' nil Morkel Heport tscrtpp 8ervice RATES OK SUBSCRIPTIONS. fling'.r ''"p. For Wwli )i. Carrier . lOo By Mil '"' year $4.00 Utjii-Wf'kly Mirror, per year $1.00 Botb I'tioiii" No. 0 WKATIIBU-lVlr and wurmci night; Sunday sJiowcis nnd cold ton cr Mr. Tufjt -"h o. mini poise nvoirdu-pois . of great Rhodo lwluud is exercised in n contest over electing a man to say "Mo Wto Senator Aldntelt. Philadelphia feels a, little better einco the San l'Vnncisco evidences oij contentment with corruption. Mfhcn thcbc 800 Chicago boifgr makctvs struck, the resulting silence, must have been almost deafening. Forakor and Taft are ...

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. — 27 April 1907

im.i.,r:JinM.Ma..M ilHfclfgR1T3l r'f , J ' . f ? Sfc THE MAiaOW DAILY MIRROR, 8ATUKDAY, APRIL,, 27, 1007 . PAOM COMMISSION TELLS HOCKING BRANSON GOES ON A DRUNK fco Nop is the BAKING POWDER COMETONIOHf MtV r. It, f ' . ? Makes'delicidus Hot biscuit,1 To do Away "with its Twin Ticket Scheme. With Money He had Taken From His Wife. For Your Spring Suit The Kuppenheimer Hake. :'v' - ijjjitiUmm f ; 1 r ' rWAL lime When it, might be very con venient for you to havo a vcharge laccount where you can get anything yon want Ho wear, and have it charg ed. 1 We Clothe Men griddle cakes; rolls and muffins An absolutely pure, cream of tartar powder " ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. , OHIO ELECTRIC ROADS HUSBAND USES A KNIFE -X y A. i i.fn Women and Children tfn up-to-date styles, at cash 'prices, and raako it easy for .you to pay for what you ,gct, a littlo at a timo. TRY IT" FREE PREMIUMS. Marion Clothing & Cloak Co. 215 West Center Street. Your Appearance Tpu cannot, afford to slight it o...

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. — 27 April 1907

m '...fli. - ,- .... ,Vf . vy .t "v; A", ? j .vi totwrw KM-f JPPWM,..!. fiPiPPppi V ;wi fnnwPrTWJ? v$ A a o- .. T l kfr !M -i V 1 ' , ffllitf- I. r r f r IwHpnpt' t 'i- ,1 -- 1 " ' .' . -''Wri K R4 h im "A w fit ' m u One of the important Duties of Physicians and the Well-informed of the World . is lo h-nrn ns to tlic icluttvc standing and reliability of the lending iiianufactur Rin of nicdirinnl ntfoius, as the most eminent physicians arc the most careful ns to the Uniform qtialitv and perfect purity of remedies wicribed by them, and it is well I known to plnslchms and . Co,, by reason of US correct .methods and perfect equipment and the ethical character of its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and coiii'rncrcial circles which js accorded to successful nnd reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the Company has' become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy. TRUTH AND QUALITY Appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and arc essent...

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. — 27 April 1907

PK '' -v ,Y '.'V' i r X If f -v ft W '! II.' '.; :.' .,-. :-' " l(' j Vv M X ti.lt Kx"'-'J -v3 I'd, j S 1 Yl'j ' 3 'jfij'x.- tarn r '1 VJP 'ti!T'i'-.-..'-si- "Sal m 1 4il'.Xi F !M HI i m Bast aa j.? pw jx. Bu s I "X19I if ifc SIIf ';!? I THllllK t m.. H r:.K -. Where Jghn Smith Gets His. Capt. John Hmlth gets on tho one. cent postage e tarn p. Hfi escaped u .llckln' from Powhatan, bin he'll get it now. shown. EvefjpShoe store ' sells Oxfords but STOLL shapes and styles represent real shoe EXCELLENCE. Patent Kid and Colt it.,ri :K).j a Demi-Glazed Gun rietal Mothers will be interested in the new "Playmate" shoe for children, the mosttcomfortable summer shoe made. Some thing entirely new. .. JOHN STOLL SHOE COMPANY .iiiiUiiiiiiiiiiuaiUiiUiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiaimaitiiiiiUiiiiiimiiuuiiiiUiiiiiiiaiiiK iThe True Test Of a Store's Usefulness! ,j -Lies in it's ability to provide the people with the best values i Various lines it carries. Below we offer a -the-savino; that will All we ask ask ...

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. — 27 April 1907

: 'v ''t,V l tAGE EIGHT V'" 'v- v u vr 27. .1907 THE MARIQKDAlliY IIlRfcfc:'. SATURDAY. APHjji, V ' V $t Ik"-. m m ft? w Mi l 1 ' ' ' 1 ' a - - I CLti . m BKIKOo , : fc.3V& . '. i "VHH F KLEINMAIER3. JUST THE SHAPE JUST THE COLOR JUST THE STYLE Of Ivat you would want for' tomot row's wear is here, and at just the price you would want to pay. "STETSONS" "HAWES" "GOTHAM" "NOXALL" Here's our four leading makes, in which wc show every new and correct style for spring and sum mer 07. Kleioinaiers -J E53 GET THE CASH HABIT. aaaaWfc&)fFJ?zL&t twMfc V tmCv. tf3-tt ATS ?V NO STORE offers a bettor assortment of of GiUKbams and Percales than WE, others will tell you thoy are scarce and high, and you will find the prices more than modest. Yard wide percales . 10c NevV" York Store, ES 53s Distinctive Waists For Spring. --yrv w A splendid selection in beautiful lingerie waists of fine lawn, wash silk, mull, batiste, -net, and .all ovor effects that iuro bound to please. , r With the t...

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. — 27 April 1907

55?! c" n ";. -vT""M" ','?" r. V -r 1 ' , Li 'ImW. A r. .1 . '' J' ) .. !,.... JirfN iW, i. - Base BAii SEdlrN ' s .. "tf$jwiJY v;j 1 V .- N Kit Kl V r&.V ' h is ' r Marion Mirror, SECTION : TWO PAGESl M . W 9 TO 16 I v-i1 ' - 4: L V t'f i The Daily ') rr ' ; t i1 i' i Kl x ! Rf f" ' 7 . 9 t ' & V -,, , Ur t V ' ft-: i a f,J v , iiv-V' F . VOLUME XV. NO. H25 B8H9SU& H Viv At'' 1 -ta-iHPil - ft ? BOB1 LINDMAN BRIEF HISTORY OF k, BASE BALL ' Who During Coming Season Will Represent This ' City in the Qhio and Pennsylvania League, Under the Managment of Ferd Drumin. Te Men Who are tne Fans cf Marion will Support and by Their Loyalty Help Win the Pennant. Wlille all of tlio men now wiUi Manager Urunrni will not b'e kept : -u more tnau -a- tew unys longer a thdu -a- few liftlc ilope du Uw -various memucrs of tl)" bunch mly;h.t be Interesting. The, members nt he sauuil eonio from nil over tin country and most of tliepi have played over the territory cost of Ttho fijelrics. JOHN...

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. — 27 April 1907

c :;-;X " v ' y . ? - -lv n- t- - ' .j' IT, APRIL tf,!L907'- c ''4 v DOORS i iv- . - ' I J '" m ' t bh IV I i? g W-T fe i IM !.' i'V It's screen do,or and window time and the screens made to order nt perfectly and will measurements, hang The WOLLENWEBER LUMBER COflPANY FOUR KARL BECKER. BUSY SCENES AT THE PARK Work will be Completed by May 1. PROGRESS WAS SLOW Because of Rain Storms Dur ing Past Week. When Completed Webb Park Will Compare Favorable with Other Parks of the O.P League. Vorklng during rain anil nhlno Iho contractors In charge or the now hall park are rapidly bringing It. to com pletion and hofore llio opening day everything will lm In Iiiiiik up shape. The directors of Iho local team have decided lo call the new grounds Webb nark and it will bo christened oh 'May 1. The president of tho G. ". and .U. will probably bo present at tho opening ip' it.'rttrltiftj.i hmaa Wllllnmtt nf IllO muji i . J. and M. -Ih In chnrgo of the not at the game lis outcome by In wnrir r .mLti...

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. — 27 April 1907

ik , Mi - i ., J il.V ft"" ' i-. . 5 jt W lVs &' kl ft i .rvA " IA t ." M, J lff Kt & ; .ar;ir'' mHH svrMinAK - , && I& VWJ2JW' -aT. ""Nawaal t M t-y M 'J M'JI ' W I X HHr, . r i aav. . m m . mm r . aw aw aw-waaaawi aw aw aw wiwtj w m. I"'.' ' a': ' MM f JHLI Kir' " I I If '" w ' sdml' WW w -' 2E!r L' pWWWWVVVwwvvvvvvwwvvvyWAwww 5icid'Is Rare Among ., Ball Players of Present 'Chick" Staht Fourth Prominent Dla- ' v mbnd Star to Die by Hla ti Own Hand. f'Chlck" Stahl'B pitlablo death at Wct Dadon, Ind., recently created no leas surprlso than regret. Suicide is raro among ball tosscrs. Considering the number of men who aro now engaged in tho national game tho proportion of such deaths is much lets, than in any other calling whoso votaries oro subjected to an intense dally, strain. Actor's and brokers furnish far moro additions to tho sulcldo list. 1, bight bo, expected that athletes who, co'mpote ,day after day Under tho most- trying conditions, with hot sun beating...

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. — 27 April 1907

l it i iT'o xrt I 0' n t Wl' -..' ' u .' ' -0 .' J7.aJf t-; V'i V- i" - , f..- JfiB T.WELyE, THE MAWOK PA1LY MnKOIft, JUaaPAT. APltt. S74f07 ' QUATET FROM THE CAMP OF MANAGER BOB BERRYHILL OF THE NEWARK MOULDERS THREE POPULAR MEMBERS OF BREEDS UNCASIERJEAM fe ..'& &'' '".... ',"' .-.v: m" f . i t -t i -T. ai x .w Hff .. I YT - - K 'i I 7 - r - ' IK.' - . V in i.i i '", . . " i f . - . . . i ., . :i Hi L ' j'. H' mkt?,-.- -n(wi;'rr. t'-- ; fas2!aAr .;. ..,--,t ,-fc.sMv . ;... -.,v-jiiLjj--r-' i v ,m. m&mttts&f&jm?mai mmmmmmxmBamnam wwcm Mii . - mms&m 'Memlfmmwmm-mmmmm mmsasm i- ,, t n,n,,r -r nntrinTiTm7rn DANNY DAVIS TTtV.Ti TTP.T.T.r.P. 01 Who Takes i Good Care of Third A Hard Working 'inficldcr Playing Newark's Hard Hitting Man That The Past PJcldlng Short Stop With NcwarK. nays ucmcr xicm. " ..,, .,.. Base for Newark. FRANK LOOKE ppattr- nvnra ' Of tho Lanks, Bos1!; Sacrifico Hit- Ono of Jimmy Brocn's Lancaster Tho Olcvcr Plrst Ba3eman of the tor in 0. &am...

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. — 27 April 1907

r , ' 21l1ILJ 2l-LlJLJliLi. -I? ' '' f "'-- - THE MAKlQN DAILY tltftOlt, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1907 . , PAGE TfflJTMlC.V 'JIH fer''f";?";:7 A GROUP OF M'VEY'S MANSFIELD TIGERS . v'B WILLIAM SPEAS. r. 0. BUOKHOLZ. BERT BIERY ALEX ARMSTRONG. MG'R OARL McVEY ZEKE REYNOLDS. BILLY KING. j$ fi i -.. . sr miun team, wncn in tins citv lm PROGRAM IS ARRANGED FOR OPENING DAI CEREMONIES Wednesday May the First Promises to be a Red Letter Day in the History of Marion Baseball Big Parade, v Addresses and a General Half Holiday. Tho.Rootore' club, an organization forulod for Iho purposo of helping to jnako tho opening day, Wcducsilay, May 'l,ra. howling succcus, hau Issued about five thousand programs of tho ceremonies planned and la having ttieih distributed ocr tho city so that all may know of the plans. The ciub tccurod sufficient funds for the. celebration by donations of tho mgnlborB and through tho efforts of the club the openln day ylll bo a red letter day In local aoeball circles. (ThOi par...

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. — 27 April 1907

v 'rj, ?? wt 'V ,1 U ' . . ... ' . V &' 1 . ' 1 ... .1 MS MA3tloW ffATLT4KDlN,8ATtmPXTr AfJnFV7;'.ltlfV, Ttf .7 J r y AOI F0UKTE1N 4-. s - ' .-jt:Axtiy, ' , , ;. i .1' ' ' maaasaBaBaaimmmatltt ' -.. 'U ' si: t i - r m B-A Bii. iw ft . ' , ' to..'-, ' i: , J. FT '- ' NT t ' mm J MM '; v ' ' 'nvwM .i '-if jl tT .1 C ( .- .,. wmmwmm vH k iamm A? . THE National league pennant raco for this yrur will prob ably bo closer tliun thut bf 190G. Tho teams that had to tnako way for Chicago lust year liavo been strengthened In many depart ments, and Indications nro thut thn first division teams will bo very closely bunched at tho llnlsh. MORLECAI BROWN, Every one udmlts that the weaker teams ot lust pcason uro stronger now. tTlioso that ilulshed in tho second di vision were Brooklyn, Cincinnati, Uos rlon and St. Louis. Hunlon's "Clncy" ' 'Jlctts' .' ,.yiT on their surprising amount ox new blood to carry them Into tho thick ot llio light for the nig. 'Xhey flguro that youthful enthusiasm and ...

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. — 27 April 1907

C if- 'i' S t r v it '" l i '' a V 4 c J .j ?; , , 'S, .? t" . 4 IV ' fitiiily5' f Arte hro tlio crenmers," nt a member of tho local itlfo other slay. "Yon can '"jitkmt"' voitr dvodin41ie-wool I kit, fiutie mljrllt just as welt liavo inwi mien it comes io coini-aniis WKiwUli'llio foir ones who fit- li-tTri hi ho tfnmes ami clioov llio MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS M 1 HAVE MANY PECULIARITIES Min itnv Mttterlenee colm? throneh &Wie mjhor .khc8 every spring whlio on our training trips I liavo noted mtaby peculiarities of tho minor leag ue ball players," romnrked Clarko Griffith "the other day. "I had talked With Billy Smith manaor of 'tlio !At- lanta team, ..while In that city, and ho told me that ho noticed that when ever optayer In tho minors was a pro nounce'd left-field hitler, tslruck tho major league, ho became ttnablo to hit inywhero but right field and this con iniicd ovofi after ho returned to tho small fry. Now there Is a reason for this, an;l I think that I liavo figured It out,...

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. — 27 April 1907

t El F n W IflX fe& II fe'. Br ?p j ! ! K' J.Y ' fi r. K: w- fit M), ' 1 b:nZu iti Vi f. , , tif ! V 1 5 ,"" I? -i i I f - r ' t , r -tufa ji J n j ,. .. ,' ',,., o jw4( h T rAGB SIXTEEN - THB MARIOS DAILY fKIftftOR, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1967 ' ,. ' J - - - .ll fc, - mi um mini i m ! ii i'Ji .ii n i I " ! ' ! ' "' i ' i llfl3i y 'Wi'- SOME riEflBERS OF MANAGER SAM WRIGHT'S YOUNGST OWN TEAM r& j I- ' $JM1 'i iu : "a w i. 5 ,1 ROY OASTLETON, Prominent Member of tho Champ Last Ycdr. HARRY OSTDIRK Who Will Do tho Catching Tor Manager Wright. GEORGE CASS SAMMY SMITH Putting Up a Great Game at Pirst A Decidedly Clever Twirlor Por the Champs. With Champs. Now 0. S. PARRALL CHARLEY STARR CHARLES M'OLOSKEY, ! A Member of tho Youngstown Captain and Shortstop of tho Clover Second Baseman of tho Pitching Staff. Youngstown Team. Youngstown Team CITY LEAGUE FANS BUSY Will Organize for Coming Summer. VETERANS ARE ANXIOUS To Again Get Back Into the National Game. ScheduleVill be Carefully Ar...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 April 1907

.; X II. j t .WA -i;' ' i 5 T 1 --- 4, ir J"p The Marion Daily Mirror. SECT ON . PAGES 17 TO 20 THREE j t VOLUME XV. NO. 225. MARION. OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. APBIL 27, 1907. PRICE TWO OEN1S 1 ! v . f t V '' ' . -4 (if l ' n. A i $XWCWXVVilXX I SPECIAL LETTER (FROM THE COUNTRY'S METROPOLIS Matters of Interest to the Whole Country are Re , i ported by Edward Staats Luther From New York City. Vow Yoik, April 27.-A'onio losnyjhattho ; ; 11TOClnimed Theodore Roosevelt me l1 Wbv megaphone. Jiomuic top of th? Wul ve M...W on Washington. VllSlv ovu'S gwu ili ' . rt .a ini7.ll lulu ... i- son, Truth nun goeci ------ - - i i.wi. iimui'i'ii nam arid mar the i.'i..i uirtw io ivoveu urn iiutviu . .. n faoo :of cJinmon sense w -'- nn ftniineoment E cnns'pi-y n ltX mm lccim-i i r-1.1iti(m J nnd, I'd li.V T'J)""i"V" v ' , tlHC.,l rornipt becau it 2w fcr 55 i.i iii...nii nnil not to ussisi Mnilc, looked very invou;. int.- -.1.. t llilt. I "- L Jill riliil H--- ii -..iim i, to. oh Di'coedcsl bv tlto ...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 April 1907

UKkf'Tw'K" - V',fT" ;,wwwpw;Jt wt"pijMip'w 'J '"fa". ( If I 4itK I I. I t u ii i I 1 ' -, K V ;-f e . ,. t ;I KTW, , , i' . :. - .4Vf 4 ' !'- -T-F--1 , r fMMs BlOKTSfiicr .. . '' ' v, . r-.? . . i Wis bbt itirprlsed (o Bee Bob's ll form wedged In (he crowd about tWo-thlrds of tho way from the cen ter. Every other active floor mombei WM there, too. Kven Ike Bloomen Win and Joe Barnes, who Beldom wht into the big crowds, were on MAhd, perhapu to catch a filer for their MuUiXoglvIng turkey money, perhaps lio get an near tlio killing as poBBlbje. dfldb wk not trading, although' on tha t&hv lifm-f. he ndVrtr trtnif liu v .; i .. ..... ... '.. ..... . . BdTrv Conant. 1 saiil tn tnvapir- "11 lss trying to fathom Barry Conaut'a movembnts," but for what purpose 'Milled me. The hands Of the big (clock on the wall showed that trading lhad been 30 minutes under Way, unci till Barry Conant was pushing Up the price. His voice had Just rung out "26 for any part of 5,000" wlien, like an ochd, ....

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 April 1907

tf i.r &n W . r?1 ' X v 4-f 1 ft , 'oc.y V .rpr f . -i " i & (.. pi" i -', 1 -V; "4 flr.MMk WU-i'- 4 ' 88 -88 -.83 88 88 88 u ft-J (U05 (.,. i 1! :. . ij .. -. 7 1 IfWMl Washington Iietttr.l , Ifilt. Louis city election was y'kplrt nn 'I'nosrlnv AVirll 2. and " t imfc tnc Democrats won because1 i&Aw Mfiyb't Well's during, his six w W jhbubb'cn'ey Iti ctfflco has given tbpeopla a clean, economical nud pro Msljre administration, a vast im- 'prdte&ient over tuo Republican ad- riintftratlpn which preceded hltn. Up to aid 'including tlie morning of April 2 the Ulobe-D'eniderat whooped It up In great 'shape 'for the Republican ticket, On.the''4tb, however, It contained two editorial paragraph's which furnish - ' jaailch food for reflection. First the' V Sfl.iD. said: Politicians who think they can win with 'M Jnferlbr ticket, have often missed tholr , calculation anil given their pnrty a uick i Now, A thing or person Is "inferior" When compared with something or omebody th...

Publication Title: Marion Daily Mirror, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Marion daily mirror. — 27 April 1907

V -4 .'" .v" . V- . V . . THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY,' APRIL fo, , 1907 -W' ' " ' ' " . V " T T PAQE TWENTY H a ir t', . i ill 14 n i . ' ir ff li ;;?; it w: R, Ih I L : r BOWSER SEEKS FAME Writes-Himself UpvFor the Uni versal Biography of Americans. 'READS IT: TO THE DRUGGIST. .,) iThat Indlvtdunl Puts a Decided Crimp In Hit Customer's Ambitious Design. Shock Wm filoro, Thsp JHe Could Stand. (-, (Copyright 11)07. ly E. C. l'arcells. Instead of sitting down to his cigar nud newspaper after dinner the other evculiig Mr. Uowcer-entercd the libra 17 flnd closed the door, and It was n qunrtcr of mi hour before Mrs. IUnyser afoke to the fact that there was xouic lulug mysterious going on. Then It oc ruicred .to her that Mr. Bowser had seemed uneasy and nervous anil had little to say. She gave him live niln-' utes more and then rapped on the door nud sal jv I "Vou didn't tell me that you had writing' to do. Is it something spe cial V" "Very special, my dear," he answer ed. "1 may b...

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