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THE MAUIOfl, DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1007. I
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GRAND Or&KA H(JU
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29
A million and n half people have seen tho play.
A million and a half peoplo woro turned away.
Box Office records shattored in ovory part of tho country.
I'ivo distinct and successful engagements in New York".
An all-Summer run in Ohicajo.
Record-breaking visits to ovory principal city in tho Unltod
BY THOMAS DIXON, JR.
From His Two Famous Novcb, "Tho Leopard's Spots" and
Specialty selected cast of forly principals, small army of super
numeraries and a troop of cavalry horses, carloads of scenery,
mechanical and electrical effects.
Osdcr your Boats by mail, ronding remittance with order. In
tli's way you will avoid having to pay execssivo prices to spec
ulators, as was the caso last season.
DIRECTION OF GEORGE H BRENNAN.
O. K. rmiUY, Lvssennd Mgr.
THE OSOHARF. COOK
MAJESTIC STOCK CO.
ALL THIS WEEK
Presenting a scries of stand
ard plays and high class vau
dcvilc. For those who like
popular plays at reasonable
Gold Watch given away
Saturday m itinee and at
Special Matinee Saturday,
Pricei 10c and 20c.
Prices 10, 20 & 30c
ALL THIS WEEK
Tho Famous ,
Tho Mad Musician
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday 10c at 2:30.
souvenirs at every matinee-
Two Shows Ninhtly, 7:30-8:45
TICKETS lOo AND 20c.
OTHER BIG J
Amateur Night Friday
Try and win tho prize
ORDlNANCn NO. 1. Amending
artlclo ono of section onu of on oul
luance fixing tho number, salaries
ami bonds of tho member of the lire
depart meat, passed .luno 1st, VM'i.
Tie It nrdiilncd by tho Council of
tho City of .Marion, State of Ohio:
Section 1. That artlclo one, scc
tlon ono, of an ordinance pased by
the council of tho City of Marlon.
Ohio, on Juno Int. 1U0U, entitled, on
ordinance fixing the number, salaries
nnd bonds of tho mombois of the flro
departmont, bo amouded so as to
lend us, follows: Tho chief of tho lire
department Hhnll recolvo a mmry of
Ono Thousand Dollars (?1,000.00) per
annum, puyahlo an provided by said
'ordlnnnco, and shall give bond In
tho sum of Two Thousand Dollars
($2,000.00) as piovldcd therein.
Sec. 2. This onlliinnco shall bo 'In
foico from and after its pussago and
Massed January 7, 1007.
S,r S. H. KAUHAUSEIt.
- ' I'rerldent of City 'Council.
''Approved by tho Mayor, LoUls Seherff
'Attest:' William Flos. City Clerk.
Star 1-0.16.07. Mirror 1 10 17 07.
Tlio first- American tracing cloth
Is Jut being placed on tho market
Hcietofore, It has been made aboard
because of tho unfavorable climatic
conditions oxlstlng iu this country.
London's gas consumption is over
0,000 feet per year per head,
HOT PRESSED VELLUM
This is a beautiful stationery first introduced in Marion by us. Tit
j, too expensive for, ordinary letter wrltiugTuitU aow. ' , .
,U : 8t eur H'Of tb'oir product. r,-Ul-' n" rq
SOUTH AND HORTH.
Will Attempt to Throw Two
A BIG HANDICAP MATCH
Before Columbus Gym. Club
Local Man Now in th; Cap'.tnl City
Getting to Wcignt for Akcrman
11 cd Itartl, tho local wrestler, will
havo his bands full next Monday
night at Columbus, when beforo tho
'members Of the Columbus Gymnastic
Club, ho will cndcaor to dispose of
both Frank Hums, of Cleveland, and
.loo Lewi-, of St. Louis, two very
Today's Ohio State Journal has tho
following to say of the coming mutch:
"Ficd llartl, the Marlon wrestler,
will bo the 'scratch' man in a hundl
i cap vvrctllng match that has been
at ranged to take place- at tho Co.
lumbus Gymnastic club next Mon
Within tho space of two hours.
IUrtl agrees to get two falls each
fiom Frank Hums, of Cleveland, and
Joe Lewis, of .St. Louis, It Is slip,
ulnlcd that Uartl will Ioso tho mutch
should cither opponent get one full
Tho club offers a purso of $10P
for tho match. Hums and Lewis
will be ablo to divide GO per cent, of
It, If cither Is able to (top llartl
oi)co or kcop him from getting tho
four falls in thq tlmo limit.
Sergeant Gavin Harris has a wrest
ling soldier under cover avIioiu ho
has arranged to put on against an
unknown n3 a preliminary to the
task thdl Ourtl will undertake."
Coming Just tho night beforo tho
Akcrman match In this city, the
iontc3t will bo of great vuluo to
Haiti in getting Into prime coudl.
tlou for his go with the former Lima
man. llartl Is now In Columbus get
ting down to weight for tho Akcrman
nntch. Monday night's bout will
also glvo tho local wrestler a cliaucu
to sco Just how strong liu will bo
when working at 1 IS pounds.
Some aro pi ono to question tho
wisdom of having two such hard
mitchcs so closely togothor. Dnrtl
never gctn too much hard work, and
ho will 'bo tho H.inic fast, Btrong, ag.
giesslvo worker on Tuesday night,
when artcr getting down to Akor
man's class, ho will attempt to tako
from tho champion his world's welt,
or weight honors. Tho contest Is to
a finish, no matter If it luts till
night. It should bo worth going
many miles to sop, Lima sports will
bu over with plenty of monoy to
wager that AKcrmau will not bo de
feated by north
To Core a Cold in One: Day
Tako LAXATIVE 11ROMO Qulnloo
Tablets. DrugglHls refund money it
It fulls to euro. 13. W. OUOVE'S
signature Is ou each box, 2Cc.
One of tho nowest Imptovomeuts In
tho carpontor's kit, Is n tquuro wjilch
may ,bo quickly takon opurt for pack.
In Spite of Hogan's Unkind
ANNUAL MEETING OVER
And the O-P. Officials Leave
Four Players Offered Drumm for
"Garlic" Lauzon Ingerton Looks
Good to Marty Hogan.
Thoro Is still a chance that the
Ohio and Pennsylvania league wilt
expand and tnko In two more clubs,
making a ton-club circuit. At the ad.
Joumcd meeting' of tho league at the
Hollcndcn hotel in Clovclaud yester
day morning an application for mem.
bcrshlp whs received from Dan Koi.
tor, the president of tho llrlc club.
Inasmuch ns Sandusky and Zuuosvlllo
had already petitioned for member
ship, and It being understood that
Lima would like to enter the organ
ization, President Charlci Morton
was Instructed to visit the four cl'.
cs named and mako a lcport upon
the ndvlsnblliy of taking In two
moic clubs, his report to bo made at
'A-NE.W SENSATION IN VAUDEVILLE THE PEE&LE5S
v urrYiur ruir TMvnmx- lul
"Ihe Heim Children" Headlines on This Week's Star Bill at the Marion Family Theater.
a meeting to bo held hero ns soon
as .Morton has made his swing about
tho circle. This session will piob.
ably bo held wltnln ten days, for
the reason that If two clubs arc ad
mitted to membership they would de
sire to begin signing plajers as i-oon
As It is now, most of the other
clubs of tho league have their teams
selected for tho approaching season
and tho new club-, will bo handicapped
anyway to u certain extent.
According to Dan Koster, Krlo ex.
pects to bo ablo to sccuro its re.
lease from tho Interstate leuguo upon
tho payment of J2.500. This It Is
willing to do. Consequently, tho O.
nnd 1. league will bo under no ex
pense to acquire the Urlo territory
as had been feared. Judging from
thu discussion of the possibilities of
a ten-club league which took place
In tho lobby of The Holleudcn yester.
day, It looks as If the leaguo mug.
nates had experienced .a chaugo of
heart nnd now considered the plan of
expansion quito feasible. Just which
two towns will bo the lucky ones,
however, Is difficult to predict. If
luutllug will laud 0110 of thu plums,
Sandusky Is ccitaln to land n berth,
for tho boomers Irani that city nro
Indefatigable In their efforts to fccura
admission to tho leaguo. Nowaik and
Lancaster, however, would llko to
see Znncsvlllc In tho circuit again,
whllo Shuioli, Youngstown and New
castle look lavorably upon Riie.
Prcsldont Morton showed yester
day, lils .sportsmanship by appointing
Youngstown to a place on tho sched.
ulo committee. When Marty Hogan
left tho meeting Tuesday, nftor fall.
Ing to defeat Morton for tho presi
dency, Iiq madu the statement that
now Morton, had It In his power, ho
would probably lcavo Youngstown off
of tho bchedule commlttco In order
that Youngstown could bo doprlvod
.of cliolco dates, so ns to jovongo.
ptortou, ovUloiUIy, howovor, Is not
or 11 rovoiigciui nature ami wishes to
work In tho best intorests of tho
By voto of tho league, tho schedule
committee wus Incrouscd from tlitcu
to flvo mombors, thn following bolng
appointed: W. K. arayt Lancaster;
T. 13. Hutlcdge, Nowark; A, C.
Ccok, Youngstown; A. C. Hydo, Now
castlo and W, B. t'almor, Akron.
Next tho leaguo showed its appro.
iciauon or rresiuoiu .moi ton's sorv.
, ices by raising his salary to $1,G00.
Dunns tho last season tho president
was not paid any stated sum, but
was nllowod a certain sum, out of
which ho had to pay hl3 umpires and
tako his own salary and expenses,
Consequently, thero was only about
1900 left for hlmseuf. Tho question
of Just how rnueh each club should
bo assessed for league expenses was
postponed until'! hot .iccfttf meeting.
Tho ductolo.i on th leli -th of the
&t.. i t.i. ttii i ,,.. . uti i,.jtii
action vv.as deferred until the league
gets together hg.ilu. Action nt this
tlmo was Impossible ns It Is not
known whether thero will be eight
or leu clubs in the league.
Most of tho loprccnlntlves left
by (j o'clock, President Motion go
ing nt once to 13i lc to havo n talk'
with tho Krje club owners.
Contrary to expectations, no trades
of players woro inndo during the two
day session of tho league magnates
mid malingers. Hilly Smith, the
Newcastle manager, who used to'
work for IJ til Armour down at Day.
ton, ofToicd Ford Drumm, of Marlon,
four players for Catcher Lauron, but
Drumm icfuscd to let the veteran
'back-top get away. Smith h also
anxious to get Dick Carroll back from
Canton, but Is unable to make a fight
for Carrolls ervlccs, Inasmuch as
Newcastle neglected to place Carroll's
name on Its reserve list last fall."
Can-oil belongs to Canton.
Two of tho league managers are
anxious to cceurc "Scotty" Ingerton,
of tho Marlon team. Marty Hogan Is
de3lrous of getting him for Youngs.
town, while Smith thinks ho would
iook goon ni uie Newcastle short
field. It Is quite possible that there
will bo some lively bidding for this
promising young player.
Two mall order houses, Instalment,
Jhavc opened for busIucB In Chicago,
and the results arc awaited with In.
tercet by tradespeople.
Taking the statistic for the cntlio
world, four nnd a half persons to the 'many cases, this works a great hurtl
tliousnnd nro either deaf, dumb, blind .ship for the reason that thero uro
or mentally cdflclent
II TJl Tl !- I I
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NEWS OF THE
LOOAL Y. M. 0. A.
i t rt $ 4 it i
The Y. Jl. t A.v membership com
mittee will meet ul 0:15 o'clock to
night In the Association parlors for
dinner. Following tho banquet, an
important business meeting will be
Tho Mansfield Y. M. C. A. bus.
kct ball team will nlav the local Y.
M. C A. team in tho association gym
Krlday night. Between the halves of
tho big game, two .Marion high,
school tcitms will play so thcroUl be
i-omclhlug doiug all tho tlmo and a
laigc crowd slioud be iu attendance.
When Law-son's bunch cf fust al
ley players defcacd Clark's aggrcga
lon, two games out of thrcn last night
they practically cinched tho chain,
ploiiship of tho league. It places the
jtcnm so far In tho lead that It will
ue impobsiun lor any oincr team 10
catch up. The scores wero as fol
lows: Lawson 21, Clark 18: Lawson
21, Clark 11, Lawson 20, Clark 21.
Loftier and Brady't teams nlso
played three Interesting games lust
night, resulting tin Lefflcr winning
two. The stores were 21 to 3; IS to
21; 21 to 10
An Indianapolis storekeeper iccoiit.
ly swamped tho Post Office of that
cit yby depositing a largo number of
toy balloons lic.irlng his name. Iu tho
malls', to be delivered to patious.
I Tho Trauswial gold uvoiagc l hill
an ounce to tho ton.
AU coach ypipl CMtaUlag cplaUi eoaiW.
U tin TwweU. ' Uxtlr Hoaty tn4
j mait iui iwwiic u coaum so episna
UUU UJ JTIAJUKJWB DRUQ
Conditions are now Aggra
vated by the Snow.
And Appeal to Neighbors for
Mayor of the Opinion That Had
lie Occasion to Drive on East
Center Street He Would Drive
There Is still no relief In sight for
icsldcutt of the northeastern portion
0f the city.
Conditions have only
become aggravated by the snow ana
ice and mud which makes Wilson
'Avenue practically Impassable, and
las Center street has not yet been
oncned It Is still Imnossiblo for coal
ittmi mucermoii to make their dollv-
A a result, people In that vicinity
uie compelled to borrow fuel from
neighbors and get their other ncccs.
Initios In nnv nld wnv nosslblc In
many households In which there aro
I JlIf Tj mum : -
no men to look nftor affuhs.
The wheels of Justlco aro also
blocked to a certain extent, as was
evidenced this morning lu Justice
Conlcy's (.ourt. A forcible detention
suit was tried nnd thu defendant
pleaded guilty. However, the hous
hu occupies Is located 011 the south
side of Center street and Just east
of Pennsylvania, or v itiiin tho zonu
covered by tho paving In dispute,
and It was necessary for the com I to
glo tho man until Kcb. 1 to move.
He claimed that lie would not bo ul.
lowed to drlvo on Center street until
ho enmo to nn Intersecting street,
nnd there seemed no other way In
which to arrange tho mutter. As a
result, tho owner of the propoity
lo.'es lila month's rent.
Uut that Isn't all. Thero 1110 mi
cr.il cases of absolute suffering re.
polled to tho authorities and Mayor
Schcrff has Just nbout determined
that It Is up to him to do something.
0 far as his taking aggressive action
I3 concerned, the mayorV bauds nro
tied, and ho will not seo nny one
suffer for an alleged violation of the
conti actor's sign that any one driv
ing on the street will be prosecuted.
Iu other words, tho Mu,or is of the
opinion that If ho himself had any
occasion to drlvo over that portion of
Center strept, which Is closed, ho
would drive. And being n Just man,
ho Is willing to concede thu same
right to anyone elso which ho re.
serves to himself. It looks very
much, theicforc, as though a man
arrested for trespassing or violating
n contractor's notleo. wunlil 1m i1U
'charged iu the Mayor's court, should
I ho bo uricstcd.
Unlcs tho board of public scrvico
acts at once, thero aro likely to bo
violations of that contractor's not.
Ice, bccauso tho authorities will wink
at those violations iu the event that
It Is proven that thu violation wi
iii.ulo In tho performance of boiuo act
niado absolutely necessary.
Don't forget to have Mrs. Aimt.
Ill's I'uncakcs for bicalfasl. Your
gioccr can supply you, 1-ll-ct
The cost of Mm Drcndunught was
lint per tout, per ton less than any
other of tho largo British vcssuls
Enjoyed by Three Hundred Lovers
of the Sport.
The moonlight skato at tho Jtoynl
Holler rink last night proved ono
of tho most dollghtful skating oouts
of tho season, llycr's orchestra
mndo tho program novel by romlor-
?TORV$lng a scoro of old tlmo catchy airs,
she-. 5-. --.-:- s-.
THE RECT I)
AT THE REXALL
Do you want to bo one ol tho
Why? Because wo havo tho best, tho largest and tho most
cxclusivo stock in tho city. Because our prices are thj) lowest 9
in town. Bccauso our force of employees is carefully scloctcd 9)
men of much experience, who can adviso you as to the best, (tj
Men who fill your prescriptions correctly and scientifically. (ft
Bccauso wo stand back of
Special this week.
Sozodont Tooth Powder
Sozodont Tooth Paste
Messenger scrvico from 7
THE "REXALL" STORE!
The Headley Drug; Co.
The grand match was tho most In.
trlcato that has been carried out in
tne rink In n long time John Utrnv
Is, sknto master, had carefully plan,
nod It and It was artistically execut
ed under his management. The at.
tendance numbered about three hun
Thu cat Host incandescent electric
light lamps contained 75 cents woith
of platinum, and were blown by hand
At the present time, the amount of
this pieclous metal Is reduced to a
few cents' worth, and tho bulbs are
WE LOAN money on housohold Roods and all personal property.
WE LOAN you on your plaiu note if employed by a rcliablo
WE LOAN cheaper than any other compauy in tho stato. No
bankers red tape. No delay. You get tho money on an hour's
notice. Strict privacy. Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
MARION CHATTEL LOAN COMPANY
131 1-2 East Center St. Citizen's Phono 980.
IRK INSURANCE POLICIES secured
promptly and in the strongest companies.
Your insurance is a matter of buisness
not friendship. If we can get you stronger
policies at a cost no greater than o'thers charge
is it not to your interest to place your in
surance through this agency?
HAVE YOU THE RIGHT TIME?
Unlcbs your ualcli lias been thoroughly denned and oiicd with
in fichU'cii moullit., it can't bo absolutely depended upon.
Tiny pailiclcs of grit uro bonrd lo woilc into tho movement, mid
link" icinocd will hero lo wind uml cut Ihu delicately adjusted
pivots. j .
Our method C ck'niiiun insures IhuiutigliiiO'.N. Tho movement in
lukon iipm t, each jiieco is cleaned bipar.itcly and wjicn you got your
vvuteli hack, it's in as good condition us when it left tho factory.
SOUTH MAIN. NKAIt COUNTY BAlOti
There j a world of laundry comfort in that word
Have you ever found the "why?" Try.
A DELICIOUS BLENDING OF FRUIT JUICES
Pure,Refreshlng, Invigorating, Wholesome
At Soda Fountains or In Bottles
manufactured by .Star Bottling Works.
-s; -La s -.i i -35,-2 s
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best people? Then conto here? (U
our guarantee every time.
A. M. to 9 P. Mi
blown In large auanUtlcs by ma.
chlnery at .1 cost of two cents each.
The a erase cost of these hnipi Is
now 18 cents, despite the fact thot
thcio are 50 different processes In.
olvcd In tnelr manufacture.
700 North Main St.
: Dealer in
Fresh and' Salt Meat, Bread,
Pies, Cahes, live Poultry, Pro
All goods selected with care
and sold as low as at other
Prof. Frederic Berryman
Teacher of Voice and
Studio 400 E. Church cor. Vino
The Ohls Decorating Co.
South Main Street.
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