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SHE MARION DAILY MIRROR, FRIDAY; -MAY 24, 1007.
9. BURGESS . . . .Bushics Mananer
ML C. HOLLAND Editor
F. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor
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WEATHHlt-Showcrs. ., tonight
' Alfonso thinks that's just tho
greatest baby that over arrived.
Gournnr Hughes, of New York,
wants to use for n while, tho office
he ha before he tries to run down
The cwpeits may Buccced in get
ting u photograph of tho canals
in iMars;, but they can't get any
photo of tho canal in Panama.
With llio ficoro lied in the ninth
two sr.cn out and the hose, full, a
player ha a splendid ehiinte to
win for lr'lnsolf tho litlo of "un
dosirablo ehien" by stiiking out.
Tho Spanish people aio unnking
a great fuss over Hint new boy,
but there are n whole lob of men
in Marion who would not swap
boys with Alfonso.
Again tho eye- of tho nation
liavo tuniod toward the Molvriiley
homo at Canton.
If Miss Mabello Unman isn't a
blushing bride, a good many peo
plo will think jdio ought to blush.
What with Potb the bulldog and
Senator 3'Virnkor an Washington
again, the leceplion of, cullers nt
the White House is rather uncom
fortable for even tho Taftiles.
Naturally ll tlio newspapers will
claim somo of tho credit for hur
rying tho Spanish stork up a little.
Tiio New York Republican com
mittee has just ratified tho election
of Benjamin B. Odcll to tho Down
.All tho Republicans of Ohio aro
determined to have harmony in
the iparty, but most of them seem
to realize they must fight for it.
Secretary Garfield appears to
$hvo a few ideas of, his own about
mining tho department of the
interior and lie projiosos to exe
cute them, no matter what senators
'and congressmen bay or think.
"in beautiful assortment, three
.and five cents each.
. C. Q. Wiant
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
Tho Houso of Post Cards.
Referring to a local jolitacian, n
Nebraska paper says, "Wo will
not call him an jush, wo will print
lu'is speech." The editor of that
papor must bo fitting himself for
a placo in tho diplomatic coups.
General Kiiroki says that :m tlio
event of a war between tho Unit
ed states and Japan , the Japs
would mn. The gcneial must have
vWted Ireland sind kissed the
Tho Dramatic MiiTor-fpiuls fault
wi'th theatiegoei-s for leaving ho
foro tho eiftltiin falls on tho last
act. In ii good many eases they
desorve considerable credit for sit
ting through tho second act.
Hot Weather Ahead!
Don't think that because we, have
had a cool spring that there is no hot
weather ahead. Prepare for it now
with one of our cool refrigerators. All
sizes and prices from $7.50 up. Cash
Democrat, are cowards at home
and traitors jihioad was Theodore
Hoosevelt's opinion not long since,
and jet John Temple Graves -wants
tho Democratic- national convention
to nominate him for president.
If, it is true that President
Roosevelt urging Congressman
Burton of Ohio to run i'or speaker
against Undo Joe, thoro will bo a
fight that will inako tho Republi
can edif'lco tremble.
Is another reorganization of Llio
cabinet impending? Tlio report that
Secretary Root has "ideas of his
own" mid iha therefore become
distasteful to tho President and
that Secretary Bonaparte is pay
ing but little attention to the
liiisinos of his dcpnilincul, '.H the
way changes are generally heralded
"Weary Willies" Jiavo deter-
in'ued ' to tnka.ii hand in politics.
The national convention of tramp?
litis endorsed tlio candidacy of
Foraklir for tho presidency. Im
mediately after tho convention ad
journed the tramps wore ordered
out of alio city of Chippewa Falls,
but it would be extremely unkind
to Miy that this was because of
tlio Porakor endorhuaienl.
Spenkar Cannon has beon .nom
inated for "President by the Repub
licans of tho Illinois legislature and
Pn'irbanw.s lias nominated himself
cind Boss Co has nominated Taft.
Arc tho pooplo to havo nothing to
snv about who they want?
Tlio Republican nominees for
Pjcsidont A Vice Picsident have
been' decided uipon by President
Uoosevelt nj Taft and Hughes. It
i inteie,sling to know that Bosk
C" flf,Q'jialias byjieUiriwj)Lliy,Uiq.
Piesidont been nble.lo bring nhonl
this happy family arrangeinent by
backing his fellow townsman for
tlio nomination. It's a cold day
when Coey gets left in u political
deal and ho is now in a fair way
to take Urn plnco i "my dear
llarnman" as ti welcome, guest nt
Hie White House. Politics coitain-
ilo mako htRinJo bedtellows.
The National Association of
nemocralic clubs ..vvnp organized to
promote Juffersoninu Democracy,
but no Mr. Hearst continued to
hold or. to tho lraHdoncy of tho
clul. in sp'llo '"! mvitnt'rons to
resign because he.'- rtiK declared JJor
independent lXtlitjciil action, libe
clubs would lloscein to boffin
annex of tho Independence League.
This iittomL,ttftv the c!ll'Er
gnmntionfor t!id tii'ncfit of Wp'
diidual does tiu jibe with -Tlic
boasted political .honesty of Mr.
Hearst, but ' sniiidVs iuuo of Ro
public.in machine methods Mo claim
everything and clisa the Demo
Theto weie lipl breakages of
rails on the principal railroads in
New Yoik duinig three mouths
ending March M; Most of tho
bieiikagcs were in rtiit aolled sinco
1S!)!J, which i-Siihl point to tho
Steel Trust aq -Hip chief culprit.
Is tho lurif.t" projected trust to be
allowed to ehurjfhho highest pos
sible prhe forgjuiel rails and at
thu .same timoflTiinnufneture them
moie inperfecllytluin 4ts predeces
miis n-cd to7lf the .tariff was
lajirlished or leluccd so that com
petition would 'nsue, the price of
rails would bo "Tower and the qual
ity better. ' jfc
ESCAPKD PRISONER .
TAKEN BY A POSSE
Mhii.r,ie!d. O., May 21.- Ru
dolph Kervnnik, who escaped from
Sheriff Wells, of Colunibtina
county, by jumping ftonl tho win
dow of a Pennsylvania train, en-
route to the roformary, was cap-1
lured by a posso of Jnrmors, Into
on Sunday (visitors day) at Beau
tlful Qarneld Park on Kast Center
(No business ilouo on Btinday.) It
WILL FIGHT EXTRADITION
Detroit, Mich., May 24. -D. C.
Maxtor, tho Bryan councilman in
dicted for complicity in ft plot to
burn h'h house for insurance will
icsist extradition. It is believed
here that he will bo successful, aj
Governor Warner has a of used cx
Iraditioj' in similar cases.
TOLLOW THE CROWD.
Tt i5 iiripossjble for us io, reserve
scats nt lunoh scrvol by McClain's1
Conio oarly and enjoy it. A sou
venir to each lady. It
Jefferson Cltv. Mo.. tav 28. .Tmltro
Anthony, special commissioner, 1 1
the ouster proceedings against tho
Standard, Republic anil AVaters-Pjeco
oil companies, sustained tho chnrces
of Attdniey General Hanley, Friday,
in mo report nlcd with the sunremo
IH jm'-ff s-Vi$
HI wylr iivA
Special $9.98 Suit Sale
L Marx & Sons
arc selllnd regular
$12 and $15 t J
t at-i M$
. $9.98 -i
BrisK selling has left u a
brollen line of sizes. See
Show Window. If you aro
not perfectly satisfied with
your purchase, bring It bach
-we'll refund your money.
The employes of this laundry are taught to bdicve
in "What's worth doinft is
worth doing Well.'j The ANTHONY'S
An hony's Perfect Finish. LAUNDRY
40 PER- CENT. SAVING BY THE Vimhle ftas range in opera t on nt
NEW PROCESS VISIBLE. McClaiuV tomoriow nflenioon and
Call and see the New 1'nieess 've,iin. Tliey ule gnu savers. It
Chippewa ; Palls, Wis.,
May 24. Ah indorsement,
of ScnatorToraker las a
candidate for the presi-
dency was, tho feature of
'iho "national convention
of tramps" hold hero.
Speeches were mado lauda-
tory of President Roose-
-velt and Senator La Fol-
At tho ayrfe of the con
vention tho " police ordered
the "delegates" from tho
Tho popular resolution
was ono which condemned
"" police motkoSpHh the-large
cities. "&V ' " '
Many of 'the numerous
Epeakors condemned the
oxisting organization of so-
Millinery Better Than Ever
The wonderful values we gave last week and the way they were
picked up by discriminating buyers, led us to pick from the line of
lone of the best millinery concerns in the country, 75 of the finest
hats they make, all new styles, which we will put on sale1 Saturday
morning at $2.98, $3.98, $4.98. ' '
There will also be a. largely increased assortment at 98C and
$1.98. Worth more than double.
MARION CLOTHING & CLOAK COMPANY
215 West Center Street,
- - - J. .. .
Beginning tomorrow, Saturday, and lasting jiist seven days, we will offer our entire. line
v-a. juctuuuwiauvv mvj s vv cax. jjcjcj. ClUU JL11U UlUlXig VLb J USL
I OFF REGULAR PRICE
This reduRtion is not on a. -few mi.-rfrla.o axrloo nfp i 4?.. i : -!'' -j? -tJi.
nature in this new store, but is made to apply on every piece of paper or moulding in this f
up-i-o-ciai-e siock. inis enaoies you to secure paper that formerly sold at 2c per roll, for
this seven days sale only, at 2c. Nice line of patterns in floral effects that formerly
sold at 5c per roll, for this 7 days sale only, at ,1 3-iIc. Beautiful eilts. tanestries. etc.
suitable for any room in the house, that formerly sold at 10c per roll, for this 7 days sale 5
only, at 7 l2c. Other patterns selling at 25e, 40c, 50e, 75c, $1.00 and.up will also meet 5
with the same sweeping reductions. 2 ,,, ' ..'?
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Remember this sale will close 'Saturday night, June 1st. After
that date former prices will prevail.
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- This is Marion's" flidSt up-to-date and only, exclusive Wall Paper :
Store. Expert paper hangers and designers at your service.
THE OHLS DECOR ATNG CO
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