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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR MONDAY JAN. 2B, 11)07.
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A soda cracker should be the most nutri
i tious and wholesome of all foods mads
But ordinary soda crackers absorb moist-
lire, collect dust and become stale and
soggy long before they reach your table.
There is however, one
soda cracker at once so pure, so clean, so
crisp and nourishing that it stands alone
in itc supreme excellence the name it
tf In a. dust tight.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
O. K. P UIIY, Losao find Slgr.
s ONE NICHT ONLY
MONDAY, JAN. 28
Tho Eminent Actor
Mr. Robert Downing
Supported by an unusually
strong cast including Miss
Hclcpo nd Mr. Leo Miller
Tho Comedy Hit of the Sea
son Running for Governor
by Herbert Bortford
. The Successor to The Oounty
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c and $1
B mninii FAMILY
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TREEMAN & WASTON
Tho Chicago Noswboys
Singors and Dancors
Prima Donna Soprano
A hfc evorywhero.
I OTHER BIG
Special Ohinawarc Souvouirs
Matinees Tuesday and Thurs
day for tho ladies.
Correct inispollcd werds in
, program for freo tickets.
Tho first threo win two ro
sorved soats oach.
Tho funnal servicls ' of Mrs
Eliubetii With was held -tills nt
ttiiDoli at.l:at) 0'elcdc '( tlm Uer
nitfii Jl, K, diurcli. JuV. U. E,
JJuOiklu officiating. Tho burihl
took laco 'lit Mhl'iou I'ciuolbry.
Tim funeral sprviees offMrs. Cor
olhio Barbeo was he(d'tti, Ep'wprlli
Mt K. chilrdi at 2jU0qVlocK',vps.
tpt-day afterudou. bv. U. 'l
.UaiJey aud Hoy. J. Rejulcko coil
dlldpd the scrvlecl. Tho t'eanalhs
rr6 buried In Marloii cclu0toj'y.
Dado's Llttlo Liver Pills iiiopoiighly
clean the system good for lagy livery
makes clour comiijcxiohsj bright oyei
and happy ihougbts.
old by Flqckeo' Drug Store.
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NEWS OP TH3
LOCAL Y. M. C. A.
The Hojs' Literary cjub of the
V. M. C. A. Iiuhl its L'rst luuclhijj of
Hid jlmi in the Association club
rooms Saturday night, in a slitt
business meeting the dub organized
by clcutiim; tlio following ollk'cnj:
(Jcorgc Foye, brc-iidciit ; Edgar Hain
vice-president; Harmon Croeki soc
le la ry and treasurer; llodiioy Hume
At the conclusion of the busings
an excellent literary and mus'ieal
juo&rr.ui wus rendered. 'It opened
with a debute on the questim:
'Mlosojvcd, that President I(ouoclt
way lijjht in the Urowiwvillo uf
I'air." Urai go Foyc argued the af
firmative, while llcrbeit Johnston
c.uuuded on the negative.
Fdjrur .Hain proved luuolf iiite
a prul'chsor when it came lo lectur
ing in "Wireless Telegraphy." ITc
fully illustrated hi talk on the
blackboard and clearly illustrated
the mechanism ami' uso of the finer
points of this late and wonderful
Tho Y. 31. C. A. 1j.vs? tuaitettc
rendered a few selections), after
whVh tho program closed with a
pleasing mandolin and piano duel
by Hcnjumin Grills and lloduoy
At the conclusion of the program
rcic&hinonts were served aud n gon
enral good social time was enjoyed.
Tim advance seat sale for the
uiatiuee performance of tho Rodney
Ho.v' Concert company, to bo hold
Friday afternoon. U very largo and
all children wishing Meats slivuld
buy them at onco and avoid the
Miss Jannctlc Lannucrs. former
principal of ithc Marion Business
college, will address the V. M., C.
A. book-keeping dabs ionight on
thtv subject, "The Essentials of n
Good Business Letter." '
TAKE L. H. FLOOKEN'S ADVICE
Por More Thau Two Yearo Thoy
Havo Been Trying to Toll You
How to Curo Indigestion.
We know oil no buicr way to
provo that wo have a remedy that
will rdiuNO stomach trouble aud in
digestion than by offering it to you
at our own expense in ease it fails.
Through our own personal recom
mend iinany Mariou residonts have
been induced to try this lcmarkablo
dyspepsia renicdy, and they havo
found i diet.' almost without excep
tion. One Utile tablet taken after
meals invariably rcliovcs distress
after eating, sour stoamch, fonnon
tntion, heart bum, and other symp
toms of indigestion. I'epslkola Tab
lets aio n posit ivo euro for chronic
dyspepsia and if you hao palpita
tion, sick hcadheho, nervous spells,
gnawing pain at tho pit Of the
stohlacb, bapkileliej or if yon feel
worn out, inn doWi llrod or d'os
poudtnt, uoLliijig in tills woild Is wi
sUi-ti o renew, your energy, tilottdy
dur nerves', 'improvu yodi diges
tion add ina(jB j'olif' bodily .vigor
lib u icu un,t- intt! ui iiicsi; luuivin.
Peiwikola is itiso a griind uei'Vo Ion
ic and L. It. ftlocken's will cheerful
ly retlirn your ttf en(s lu enso you
aro liol jrcdHy bedefitcd.
13) 6a iesiud aiid fitted with e!iUbcb
Ozono fcilres- datiifrhi blcdrlo mussaafl
ciirefi deirucsai 6eb t)r. t.UUkor, llub,
or iilooku l-2d'0t
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Money Galore Raised by the
SANDUSKY LAYS DOWN
Reluctance to Pay Price Hurt.
Bartl Showed up Busch in Every
Department of the Wrestling
Game Friday Night.
Youngstotwi, Jan. i-'S. If ths
Ohio and Pennylvana league is ex
panded and two moio cltib.i admit
ted to membership at the special
meeting held at tho Jlollenden hotel,
Cleveland. Tuesday, it is a safe
guess that the two clubs will b
Eric, Pa., and Zauesville. OC all
tho clubs that seek membership,
these two have tho largest popula
tion and liavo demonstrated that
under favorable conditions, they tiro
food baseball towns. The league
is more than anxious that Eria
become a member, while of th"
other threo clubs, Zauesville scorns
to have made the greatest impus
siou upon the magnates.
Jt in a ease of "money ta'.!:"
Sandusky entertained a eommittca
of the league officials, but balked
at paying $2-500 or even id00 tor
a franchise. No money lias bcu:i
raised in .Sandusky; neither has a
stock ccnipany been formed. On th.:
other hand, Zauesville citizeus sub
scribed $0,500 right off the real and
nothlttig but 100 shaies were solicited-
so it looks as if that town
would be able to raise .? 10.000 with
out any trouble. Again, Haudusky
has no grounds as yet, while Zau
esville already has a good baseball
plant at it command.
The reception tendered to Presi
dent Marlon at. Zauesville will live
long 5u baseball hisloy as the gicat
est demonstration ever attempted by
a low u .seeking admission to a min
or league. In fact, had Morton been
a famous general returning home
alter winning a deeisivo battle,
ho could nol have received 'a much'
greater o,vation than Jic did. It
wus a most remaikable eeut in tho
history of the game and shows that
the wishes of Zauesville will be
difficulty to sidetrack in favor of
.Sandusky now that the latter town
has shown a reluctance to vouio up
with the cash.
Lima sceuis: out of it altogether.
It is handicapped geographically
and then tho fa'ns of that town
have not shown tho interest that
they havo ai Zauesville and fcSan
That Sandusky would proc a
valuable, member of the league the
O. and P. leaguers believe, but
the boom for that town has hardly
been managed right. The correct
thing for .Sandusky to have dono
would have bec.i to havo raised a
sufficient sum of money by sub
scription or other means 'and then
talked real business. Had they
ncuepted the Eric proposition with-
out hesitation tho chances of the
Lake Etic town bciug admUted
would have looked much brighter
than they do now'. The Sandusky
boomers certainly proved tho'tuselv s
to be good cutcitaiucrs, but there
is not much sentiment in baseball
any more than there is In any oth
Umpire WMiiaru LiU of last sea
son's stuff of O. and P. arbitra
tors, who proved himself tho b'S'
handler of the indicator in the
league, will undoubtedly bo Pres
ident rorton's first selection fr
tho coming season. List gave em
inent sntistuetlton and is deserving
Percy .Stctler of tho Sleubciivilla
P. O. JI. leagro team Asould trade
Catcher Kmlth and Fielders Fuirull
and Jfouscr for Dig Ed. La'uiOn,
I lie iMariun backstop. TliuL m
Blollbi' would if'Ummm cousoutst
bul it is net liaoly llio J'oy one
Will l.toit to such a ))iolxiilU';li.
Pilcboi' Kd. Ix)hg wilh rtovcuslb
for a bhort time (ust HOhsoii, hu
slltiled will! FrokHii. Pa. "Ited"
,va.M tor a fcjv dajs a uiculbel1 t-1
;hd loi'M Intcr-maio team. Willi
h iMaridh IjODg uiadu luaily liibilds.
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Saul AViso iilid Klioeh HoMvi,
boll! old liulb ibu)l Jilayow ali-1 dim
pli'es. liaVu been bliggoslfcd foi' (ho
liiuger.Vll Irolo utiottld Ziluesvlllo
laild d bL'fllt ill tho O, dttd P.
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tfatli OillAflo, 'tallddii.
toiwwjitg , atieoittit bf
was gcoil .attendance lit the Bartl
f and .Iho bout prouscd a lot
"of enthusiasm. It was a good
contest, the pair being well match
ed t Busch. who hails from Mont
real or thereabouts, had ai big ad
vantage in t)io weights, being al
least JUO pounds heavier than the
former llamiltoniail. He also ap
peared to be tho stronger of the
two. But what .Bartl lacked in
weight nnd strength he more than
made up :ii speed and science, and
he w6n the Watch in straight falltJ.
Siuc6r lio took up his residence in
Murioti, Ohio. Bartl has been doing
a lot of wicstling nnd has picked
upa lot of new liicks and holds
which Jig woikcd last night with
good effect. Although he looks
heavier, he claims to weigh only
J40 pounds, and if that is hs nat
ural" wrestling weight llicu1 ale few
welteru rights in the ' business who
would-have a show with him. lie
is strong and active aud knows
the game thoroughly.
Last night's bout was fast and
furious, from start to linish. with
Bartl the aggressor most of the
time. As soon as tho contestants
worn called lo the center of the
stage' the Maiion boy started' after
his husky opponent, and it did not
takj him long to get behind him.
lie worked like a demon, but on
account of Busch 's superior weight
and strength was unable to make
much '"of a showing at first. He
tried every hold that he was fa
miliar with aud several times , got
the Mputrcal man in dangerous po
sitions, 'but Busch was ablo to
break all of the holds with appar
ent case. Bai;tl realised that ho
would hao to wear his man down
in order to win, and that is what ho
did. T'or -15 uiiuuies he worked on
his iiinn gruelling and punishing
hbn and 'finally ho fastened a foot
hold and a half-Nelson on him, and
in '10 minutes he had his shoulders
pinned securely to tho mat.
After a rest of fifteen minutes
the two 'Went at it again. Busch
fought desperately to secure the
second fall, bul Bartl 'was too fast
for hini. Jlo slipped out of a
number, of dangerous holds and
kept tho Montrealcr going at a liv
ely pace iill the time, never allow
huphiirih. breathiiig spell of a
uiinutu.1 jKoVcr.il times ho picked
Busch Hip and toscd him over his
head, -and unco he threw him
through', i the re pus and off the
stage. Busch held onto bis oppon
ent and "ithc two went down togeth
er,. After 'J2 'minutes of as fast
work asryiiilyoue could wish to sec,
Bartl secured a crotch and arm
hold, aud again downed his man.
Br,rll wa'S.i given quite an ova
tion and was called on for a
spt'ech. He expressed a desiro to
make another match with Charlie
Couldc aud offcied to make 1J0
pouuds, wejgh in alt the ringside,
and to bet $200, on liimself . He also
accepted a challenge issued on be
half of Jack 'Defrain, who wanted
to wrestle thd winner at 150
We offer Otic Hundred Dollars
Rowand for Vitiy caso of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by Hull's Ca
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. rolcdo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tho last l't years
and bclico him poi'fcotly honorable
in all business transactions and fin
ancially ablo lo" carry out any ob
ligations made by frlb firm.
Walding,' Kimiau & Marvin,
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken in
tomally aelirig Indirectly upon the
blood aud mucous surfaces of tho
sjsloui. Testimonials sent freo. Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gits. Take HalPs Family Pills for Con
4tipaticu. 01 What shoo bargains at Smar'v
Vhorcas, "it, has jilenscd our
Heavenly Father to reino'o from
our uiidsl (ur Dialer Li.ic Laiidei
beck, the lndhibls of tho Powell
Sunday bvlioulkvUss wish lo uprei
fheii' appredulioii Uf her worth hi
llcsohodi ''Tli'at- as a Chribtitiu
Worker vUlbi; I&iulerbcuk waii ear
liccit and .setf-sac'rlfWng. iiilliiijlor
iilg; lo miilty' yliU WL-ru less for
bilklo tllali .Jwi'sfflf. Without od
(ei&tfation tlolhtfood to lliobb with
whom,bh6 t;umo in contact .
ncsolVed. TliHi'jjil ber death tllo
dMbll JjUliilily Hfhool dabs has
ost a :.nosUMisbful hiomber.
Ilvsotvoil," tji&? d fby of these
resoiuHulib ucit lq tuu brothori
aim h siors. ojt,,(iuo uccoaficu, ami
tllat they bKHiiloa hi oaeb of
Jllo daily JP.p6rt. lly wdor of the
SCORES A HIT
In Her Production of "The
Cold House and Rowdy Gallery Spoils
Play for Many Lovers of
High Class Art.
The "Kicuter ftjonalu" as
produced by Madame Beitha Ka
licli and her splendid company at
the Opei u House, Saturday night
was undoubtedly the best attraction
of the local season and the company
wus deserving of a much larger
The small audience that occupied
seats ill the lower floor ahd in tho
balcony s-at and shivered with tho
leiupoiutuio 'of tho house down al
most to the frce.iug point. lu
the gallery of the theater was a
gang of rowdies, who accustomed to
plays of the Lincoln J. Carter
"kill-ein-iii-a-liuiry" class failed
to appieciale all that is good in
diauiatiu art and during the best
pails of the play whistled, hissed,
iuiighed and hooted at tho perform
ed. It is doubtful if theic ha
over bofoio been such an occurrence
in the local playhouse. The row
dism ".vas cciiimciiccd in tho frst
pait of the play and 'continued un
til its close bin tho management
failed to put a stop to it. At a
number ol times tho uoik of llie
performers was interrupted in such
a manner that it was almost im
possible for lliem to proceed with
the production. Patrons of the
theater led thai a., they put up
with a cold house the management
of the pluj house might at least
hae stationed police in tho gallery
and permit tWl them lo enjoy the
oerforinauccs wirliOul suffering
additional and worst" annoyance.
The tragedy traliislated lioin the
Yiddish, was doe'ufedly immoial but
in the excellent Wdik" of tho aitists
that fait was almost foigotjen ,ind
the progress of the story was watch
ed with Utmost bieathless inteiest.
It was written by tho Yiddish
dramatist. Jacob Gordiu,' was play
ed for the fust time In the orig
inal tongue by Madaino Kalieli five
yeais ao, and her success in it was
o lemaikablo that it was the most
popular play in her lepcrtoiro as
long as shu lemaiued on thoi Jew
ish stage. The ngnsh"er.sion' play
ed hero is by Langdon Mit
chell, tlm author of Mrs. Fiske's
sucresstul play, "Becky Sharpo".
mil also of the new play in which
Mrs. Fisiko appear this season.
.Madame Kalieli scored a groat
hit as Miriam Friendlander and waB
forced to respond to a number of
cm tain calls. Miss Adelo Block.
Vi Colia Friedlaiijlen ' ( her slfttor.
plajed nu exceedingly difficult role
with ease and grace. The entire
compaiiy, in fact is descry 'nip- of a
largo share of the credit of tho
It is to bo liujioli that Madamo
Kalieli can be '.secured for a return
engagement a .some futuro time
when under muro ,favov;)blo circum
stances her art can be seen by a
larger crowd of theatre goer1.
ovouhR nt 7 o'clock at the church.
O! What shoe bargains at Smarc
"Plueulos" (non-alcoliollc) madp
from resin from our Pino Forests,
used for hundreds of yeais for Wad.
dor and Kidney UIbeusc3. Mcdlclue
for thlry das, $1.00. Guaiaitecd.
Sold by Ploclu'U'u Drug Store.
Takes Place at the Residence of
John Davis Monday.
Tho Ceulral FIro department wab
called to tho home ot John Davis,
on Parle Ktreet, Monday morning
about !? o'clock lo extinguish a blazo
caiibU'l by an mov heated stove.
Few bucketfuls of water put out
the Are with not more than $10
roith of dain.ifco being douo.
I THE "REXALIT, STORE
E have appreciated
iiianon, hhu n.ivc auacH.accoriungiy, a targe
stock of "HUYLER'S" Fine Confcclions.
ilj These are the goods that
W all of "HUYLJSK'S"
W likes that kind. t J
iki finpr.inl uhilfi the
W "RaI-Zo-No" Snao 25c 4c a cako. S
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THE "REXALL" STORE!
The neadley Drug Co.
At Local Vaudeville House
A Fine Aggregation of Artists Sc.
cured for the Local Amuse.
Tho bill at the Marion Family
theater tills week promlbc-t to bo
an exceptionally strong one, and l.i
headed by Freeman and Watboti, the
Chicago newsboy singers and danc
Another act ot rare excellence is
to bo found In Inez Mecurkl.ss, tho
prima donna, who comes direct from
tho big city play housoa to tho local
Will and May Ilcno In their acro
batic skit entitled, "Tho Yap trom
Olneyvllle," aro reported to bo a
very tlcver team, their comedy being
oilglnal iiud of tho brand that
Tom Hayes promlbcs souieniing
now in 'his novolty musical act.
Tomt'iio Is ono of tho good old
time minstrel bo.s who has ap.
pearo-l in every city ot blzo from
coast to toast and has made good
ovcry p'laco ho lit.
Tho lllubtraled bong and moving
pictures will nlho bo Interesting and
Filzcs uro glveu to tlio llttlo
folks ccry Saturday. List week.
Rose Pior&ou with No. 98, won tlib
bolld gold rliur. whllo Olon Slieam
with Nu. J ID wo't tho watch. On
Friday night of this week, tho ama
teurs will again bo gleu a promin
ent ylace on tho program.
Bad Stomach Trouble Cx red
Huing been .sick for tho past two
years with u bail htomach trouble, a
frlond gao mo a (1om of Cliamber
lulu's Stomach and Idxer Tablets.
Thoy did mo to much good Ihat 1
bought u bottlo of them and havo
used twclui bottles In all. Today I
am well of a bad Momach trouble
Mrs. .John Lowo, Coocr, Maine.
These tbalcts uro for balo by all
The Candid Ghost.
Hanaro-Jawed Woman (at spiritual'
Ista' BPiinco) Is thut u, pa?
Spirit I can't deny It.
Woman This is onr wlfo and
daughter Ailadno. How do jou like
the splilt world?
Spirit I'd like It a durn bight belief
If I could get away from your clauuo
New York City "Kills."
In old Dutch times all of tho rlvor.1
about Now Yoik city woro known aa
"bills," meunlng channel or bed of a
river, but now all tuvo ono havo lobt
their original name, aud that one it
Kill vou Kull
The Price of Peace
l'ho terrible Itching aud smartlug,
Incident to certain ukln diseases. Is
almost Instantly ullayed by applying
Chambcrluln'u Bulvd, Trlco 25 conts.
For salo by ull druggists.
Wanted. Strong donkoy, to do tltt
work of cohnlry clergyman. From a
Most Valuable Meerschaum Pipe.
What Is dostirlbed as tho largest
plpo la tho wot Id Is valued at MO.OOOi
and Is counted us onb of tho moot re
markabio pieces of curving in exist
enco. Tho plpo Is mado ot ono solid
ploco of moorschaUm, aud roprosohta
tho landing of Columbus. Thoro aro
24 figUt'os In tho scoiio, bach duo four
Inches high. Tllo carydr wild oxoOUtoa
this masterpleco Is dead, arid, as the
demand tor this dprt of work hi
neuily died out, it in practically Im
possible to find a man to dupllcato It.
anothqr,,lon felt want In
the "one girl" wants, for
arc in original boxes. She
stock lasts. 7 r.akas m
US FOR MEAT
Wc arc still selling choicest
home killed and nicely dress
ed meats and al 1 the "at
tachments" at prices that are
b 1 ,il C a
Both Phones. E. Cntr St.
Call in and see us about our
PREMIUMS wo give you free.
110-West Church street. Op
posite Post Office.
City Phone 1646. Boll 169L.
When you want a tool to know
just where you can find it, and at
tho right price, wo aim to main
tain our reputation in kcoping
You will always find our prico
consistant with tho quality of
goods wo sell. q
107 SOUTH MAIN ST.
We want your empty
and any one returning
Ten Sachs and Ten Cou
pons found in every sack
of our flour will be give
one of our fine
Bristle Clothing J
SaVe your coupens, they
are valuable, anal present
at our office when yoiet
Marion Milling , t
MKuivats eoki 'iSm
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