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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, JUNE f, 1007.
Follow the ciowd to tho K. P.
Minstrels at the Grand, June C. It
POUND A pocketbook cotitnlulUR
sum or money aim receipts. xor
further information call at this of
Behind on Orders.
"I suppose theie Is such a person
as tho foolklllor," mused Undo Allen
Sparks, "but he has either retired
from business or he's hopelessly be
hind on his 01 ders." Chicago Trib
dMFklllJr " HL. v Ink '
Popular American Actress
WIS jA i ilU v s ,f
. sK $tw
Who has been starring in London for several seasons ?nd who bade fare
well to the stage recently. She Is shortly to marry Mr. Oscar Lewlsohn, the
son of an American millionaire.
FOY ON FLORICULTURE.
Now In a Position to Lecture on the
Eddie Foy, who lias found another
successful musical comedy vehicle In
"Tho Orchid," Is not generally ac
credited with a deop knowledge of
horticulture or florlculturo and ho is
haying great fun with thoso friends
who in tho prevalent Ignornnco of tho
bolnny of tho plant, tho orchid, bIiow a
curious Interest In the llornl title of
Toward tho last of his recent run In
Philadelphia ho met an old manager
friend, who asked hlmi
"What tho dickens Is this Oichld?"
Eddlo's part had boon woll learned,
and ho caruo back with his lines. "It's
a rare flower, old man, and a beauty.
I lovo orchidB," continued Koy. "You
know, It's an order of monorotylodono-
oub borbu, a perennial tubor-hcailng,
plant. They almost always havo
l)cautful, showy and curiously Irrcg
J vlar. flowers with six-parted poiianlto
Rdnajo to tho one celled ovary, In
numerable ovules on thrcQ-pailotul
placentae and ntio or two quaudious
stanjons with tho pollon cohering."
(jetting his second wind, Kddlo was
about to go Into his (?) scientific dls
Bcifatlon, but tho manngcr had tho
dlstrpss signal flying. "Cut It, Uddlo,"
he sapped. "That's great, but keop It
quiet here. Walt till you get to Bos
ton, old man."
Foreign Star Succeeds,
Eliza Szamosy, ono of tho flvo prima
donnas who sang tho rolq of Mmo.
Butterfly wjth Honry W. Savngo's Kng
lish grand opora company this season,
has, ,bpon singularly honored by Em
poror Francis Joseph of Austria, who
lias given her a command to nppoar
at tho Royal opora In Budapest on
tho oqcnslon of tho fortieth anniver
sary colobratlon of Joseph's ascend
ency to tho throne of Hungary. Tho
ceremonies occur on tho nnnlvoisary
"date, Juno 8, and on that night Mmo.
zampny Is commanded to appear In
the jpjo of Carmen at tho Royal opora.
j Othor roles to bo sung by her during
' tho festival season in Budapest arc
Mlgnop, Alda and Mine. Butterfly.
Sho will sing In flvo performances of
tho I'ucelnl opera.
Comedian Gardiner Crano tolls of n
BUperJutondont of South Carolina'
Kchpols who rsicontly read at tho con
ference for education in tho south
nonio answers which had been glvou
to o,u-utlona put In an examination of
bentons who wero supposed to bo qual
ified to teach In tho, publlo schools.
They'ran llKo this:
"What Is tho alimentary canal?'
Aubwqri "The Frcuch government
H'gajiU and failed, but Iloosovolt Is
now hejllnd it and It will bo put
"Hqw' do you promoto tho health of
your piiiiiisr "
Answers "Make them wash often
nml satifur apart"
THE HORSE HESITATED.
An Experience Not to Be Forgotten by
There was ono eventful evening dur
ing tho early days of "Under Two
Flags" on tho stago that gave Jllsa
Blanche Hates a few uneasy momenta,
but with hor leadlness and custom
nry nerve sho was enabled to giasp
tho situation, says a Boston paper of
rocent date. Tho glil heiolno, Clgai
ette, rides her horse at a crucial mo
mont In tho plot directly upward along
a rooky gorgo toward tho back of tho
stage. Rut on this especial evening
JIlss Bates' horse thought that his ex
pcrlonco as an actor wns Sufficient to
enable him to act for himself. When
tho sandstorm began ho began to
piance, and as Miss Bates was about
to mount hi in ho became so unruly
thnt sho was unnblo to gain n firm
seat upon him In sidesaddle fashion.
But sho must mount tho hoi so and
sho must rldo hint up to Chellalah
goigo, or olao tho piny would go to
pieces. Sho hesitated not an Instant,
but leaped upon his back astildo and
so saved tho scene and won for her
self unlimited applause
When tho rldo wns ovor the horso
bogged for his customary reward of
sugar. "Not a lump of sugar to night."
said Miss Bates. "To-morrow I'm go
lug to tako you out Into tho park,
and thou we'll soo If you won't be
nblo to bohavo yourself to-morrow
Speaking of dramatic ciltlelsm, a
rural editor of Mlssoutl says: "if
wo want to ontortnln our readorB wo
mako fun of tho leading womnu and
hand out somo cutting remarkB about
tho villain. Then ovorybody comos
in and pats ub on tho back and says:
'I read that last night, and, say, It
was all right. You handed 'em Just
Whnt they needed.' Then tho chances
aro theso same enthusiastic admfrois
of our roast go to tho show next night,
and when somo of tho show folks re
tallato and hand tho paper a package,
every ono of thorn Jumps up and down
and claps his hand and o!ls for more.
That's tho publlo all over and ovory
IPLAY8 AND PLAYERS,
Tho Shuhoits aio going to try tho
unusual exnerlnlnnt. nt nmullni- l-'HilIu
Foy, Tilxlo Filgauza nnd tho Ameri
can prouueuon or "Tho Orchid" to
London, at tho concliiftlnn nf lis Mnw
York run. The undertaking Is unusual
becauso tho piece Is of English origin
and this will bo the flint limn thnt n
Eluopean production has boon brought
to America, lowrmon for tho Ameri
can stage, anil lOUirnod In Its rovlsed
for to Its tiatlvo heath It. wnillil Rnnm
Iliat Loudouois had had about dnough
or -Tho Jrchia. for it ran for soma
(inn nljfir nt tlin finlctv ti'nv linn i.i,.
beoji nhrond nnd it will bit iutorentiiif;
to learn What tho Rftgllsu will think
nfihls. neotlllilr stvlu of eomedv.
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colUfe in (he rc1ful ihtdtA
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not for1popplerrrife tnd red,
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home, miil.tcenet that falsely lead)
heart to arlcvltu for a sl&rl)
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Tie tweet and pure end good to kite.
Accept (he roie. forget unrett;
For lhi is Peace((Contenlmenf, Dliul)
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Your friends are nil going to the
K P, Minstrels June G. It
It's nil right to marry a girl who Is
n good manager, but It's blame hard
to wear tho snmo overcoat for sovon
winters. Cornell Widow.
Your friends are all going to the
K. P. Minstrels June C. It
We are never so happy or so un
happy nB wo suppose. La Hoehefoti
cauld. Willow the cloud to llin K. P.
Minstrels at tho Grand, June 5. It
Truth from Uncle Eben. -"Don't
Imagine son," remarked
Undo Ebon, "dat you shows oh
smartness by belli' deceitful. Ono of
do tinniest things In dc wot Id Is to
tell nuflln' hut do cxncl truth nn' still
be good company."
Youi friends nio all going to tho
K. P. Minstrels June C. It
Cunning and Ignorance.
Cunning always has been tho of
fenhlvo and defensive weapon of Ig
norance. "Match cunning with cun
ning" olily as a last resort. John A.
Your friends nro all going to tho
K. P. Mliibtrels Juno 5. 11
Best Doctors for the Ailing.
Tho best doctors In tho world are
Doctor IMot, Doctor Quirt and Doctor
Follow tho crodto""tho K. P.
Miiibticls at the Grand, June 5. It
Daily Market Report
E.tbt KuflVilo N. Y., .lime 1.
Cuttle Kcceipls '2(10', niiiikol quiet
Veals and calves KceeipU lf0
lieiul; maiket blow; quanter lower.
Top veals 8 8.'J5; cull to l'air
:i.7.ri (n) 7.75.
Sheep and lambs Heeoipls 1,0(1(1
acfive anil liiiu; clioico lambs 8. HO
ftf 8.00; u lew i'aiicy 0; cull to fair
11.25 (ft) 8.75; yntllngs 7 (ft) 7.75;
uellieu, 5.25 (ft 5.75; owes 5.25 V
5.75; ini.cl sheep 5.50 J 0; cull
sheep .'I (1 4.50.
Hop Hccoipis II.IOO; maiket 5
C'7 10c higher. Yorkers 0.55 (ft)
(1.00; pig (1.00; heavy and mixed
grades 0.55 (ft) 0.00; rouglK 5.50
(ft 5.75; stags 4.25 (ft) 4.00.
UNION STOCK YARDS.
Union Stock Yaids. Ilh.. Juno 1
Cattle 'Ttocclpts 300; estimated for
.Monday 29, 000; market steady, un
changed. Hogs Receipts U.000: estimated for
Monday 10,000; market firm to 5c high
or; light G.15 0 G. 12 1-2; rough C.Oo
ep 0.10; mixed fi.in o.IO: licavv.
0.15 (1 C3; plg3 B. So C .15.
faheep IlcccIpUi 1.000: estimated
for Monday 20,000; market 10c high
er, iincluingcd. ool. Colorado Utului
told at $0.25 highest on record
Cle eland, Juno 1. Hogs High
er, dues; shcepj and lambs.
Steady. Cattle. Strong.
Hogs, Receipts 30 c.irs; shii)
iiipiiIs 1200 head; yoikers 0.40 $i)
0.45; medium nnd lienviiw fi.in";
hcbt pigs 0.40 (ft) 15.45; slags and
4-Ollgllt, 'l (((' Sl, 70.
Cilves Ifeeeints ili-dit.
Slieuj) and lambs Kccoipls 3
Chlcigo. .luno 1. Wheat 1-1 Qi 1
l-2c lower July sold lmt.woim n7
.1-8 and fill 1-2. onoiilmr at fl!) 1.- nmi
elohlng nt &7 5-8, Scptombor bnLwcon
00 3-8 and 1 01. opening at 1.00 7-8
and closing nt 09 5-8. No. 2 red
winter H7 ;i-i u os 1-2.
Coriil-i (ft) 58c lower.' .Tnlv snlil
hotweon 53 5-8 and 51 1-1, opening at
ni anil closing at 53 5-8; Soptombor
between 53 5-8 and 54 1-1, oponlng at
51 and closing at 53 5-8. No. 3 yol
low 153 3-1 51 1-2.
Oals 1-2 (ft 5-8t low or. .Tnlv
sold lintweon 4S 7.S enwl .III 7?'-
opening ul 40 5-8 nnd elixsiug at
III. Kcnfctr liiu linlunnn .10 mi.l 1(1
T o ........ &.. . ..l nil to 11.
l-o, iipi-iiiii ill .in -i ltl OlOSUlg
nt III); No. 2 white 40 10 1-1.
Toledo, Juno 1. WJicnl-Cafth
07 1-2; July 08 1-8; goptomlior l.j
Corn-Cash 85 1-2; July 55 W;
Scptemhoi' 55 1-2 j Doeombor 50"
Oaht-Cateli ty I-2j ffuT 18 C-?J
, Cloversccd Cash 025; October
8.Ct 1-2; Uocombuc: cvuTJt MarcII
8.5; iprlmo alslktr 8.001 primo Urn.
KVo -No. 1 81 j No. 2 70 IJSt
N6. 3' 70 aa
Tho amount of monoy yon
havo lost by kcoping your
sparo rooms vacant io long.
A largo sum is it net? Mako
up your mind that you will
loso money no longor in this
way. Havo your ad inserted
in Tho Mirror for a week,
which will cost you 50 cents.
Your room will then bs
rented. Cheap commission to
pay, is it not? i
Phono ads to No. 0 sltksr
WANTED Manager for branch oftlco.
Wo wish to locate hero. Address
with icfcrence, tho Morris Wholo
salo House. Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTDU Glrf for general house
work. No washing. Mis. Harry
iV. Habcrman, 118 South Alain St.
Citizens Phone 115.1. 5-30-3t
WANTBDGood, neat girl to lcavo
city to work for small family. Good
home, good wages to right party.
Apply room 12 Majestic Hotel.
MI3N AND HOYS WANTHD-To
learn plumbing or bricklaying trade,
pays $5 to iS day; great demand
for graduates; position guaranteed,
3 months completes practical In
btrurtiou; no lxxks usul. Ficn
catalogue. Cojno Plumbing and
bricklaying school, St Louis, Mo.
Pit IYATK SKCIIETAUIKS.
Wo liavo ivimlont cill for nlPiwRraplirra nil
tirltnto wcrrlnrles VomiK nun hi enn Inko iIIl
Ulloii rnplclly nml Iranncrlbu their Icttcn corn ill,
nhnx Mlii'lKL-racntaml tAt and ran Ix" rnlriiM.il
with conndrnttal matter aro olTeroil plindlil
man toxticCPP'l than through such niiositlnni ealarln
S-WSiaw omccslnUcltlm. Wrltoustocluj.
IIAPaOOUS (Inc.) Drain Broker.
i;n parn niair.. i-j.iotkti
0.i:i Wllllaiiituii IIIJk., Clcvclnnl
T123 Park Building, Pittsburg.
F-UHNIS1IHD KOOiMS-Ouo on
1st and ono on 2ml Jloor. Bath
nml all modem .conveniences.
1 lit Blaine Aenue. IC
l''OIl HUNT -IIouso on tirand AvcnuoT
$7.50 per month. Phono 82,
5-0-lf COPULAND & UAUTRAM.
l'QIl HUNT tiocn loom houso on
North .Main street. Paving In
front. Call at 57-1 Noith Main or
telephone Citizen 11 70'.
FOB HKNT A now U loom liotibo on
Sugar btrcet, a new 7 room houso
on Njo street, and a now 7 room
hoiibo on Pics Avenue, Seo L. II.
DoLauder, David St. Citizens Phono
311. Bell phone, C02 x.
iron RDNT ftfwo furnished rooniB,
suitable for light housekeeping.
Gas. Inuulro at 212 Blaln Ave.
TO LOAN 'Mounv In sums of f50()
to $1000. S. H. Uauhauser.
POH SAl.i: A Typewriter, g(d as
new. Hore "n an opiwrtunlty to got
a maehliio at a low price. C. M.
lleckct. Phono 1337. 4-21-tt
IX)H SAI,U A Star g.ih buinei, gooil
Ub now. 500 U. Church St. Tele
phono HOI. tf
KOlCSAldi-ljr will li.ulo roi good
ililvlng hoi se, .in aulomobllo Call
iBcll Phono 110 x. Clllzeiib Phono,
UCTIONEEniNQ-J. W. CmTk
will cry sales of every description
at rcacouablo rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Your Interest Ia my
Interest. Office rooms, Court etret.
Botk phones. Marlon, Ohio.
LOST On South Piohpect stioel, bo-
twv'O" KricH' btutllo and Walnut St ,
n Kckeltioik conUinlng $5 00.
Finder pleaho leavo at tho Mirror
office and receive leward.
LOST iSomowhcio hot woo n Union'
Depot and Thomphou street, a la
dles' gold watch, attached to pin.
Finder will pleabo return to Mrs.
C. A. MclClioy, 188 Thompboii St
nd rccolvo rownrd. Citizens phono
W1ANTHD- Sixth, Hcvcijth and eighth
grudo pupils for special clasbcs In
At Uhmotlc, peuiu.iiishlp and Lan
guage, beginning next month. Not
mnl Dcpartuiont, Sehogl of Com
orco. Citlzons 1700. 5-21-codGtpd
MOVING AND TRANSFER.
Wo can move anything movable.
Transfer wotk ie our (Spaclalty,
CitizonriiOiia. TM, aJJli7fiK,
Dcglns June 12lh and continues six
weeks. Teachers' rcvlow and prepar
atory work This course Includes
all branches for city and county cer
tificates. High school and grado
students can review or make up any .
study Individual Instruction to each
Btucient In this work Free tuition
In Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typuwrlt
In g and Penmanship to thobo who en
roll for oiimmer Normal work. It
will pay you to attend. ,
MAIUON BUSINESS COLLEOI2
AND SUMMER NORMAL.
C D CHIM, PrcB.
Clllrens Phone 1050, Boll 2H Y. I
CHASE REAL ESTATE CO.
75 acres fine land near Caledonia
1G0 acres near Scott Town only
$70 per aero. Lots of other good
IIouso and lot, very central $1700
Fino modem residence $10,000.00
Another at $6500.00
Another at $3800.00
CHASE REAL ESTATE
If You Hnvc an Eye for a Bar
Gain in a Home, look this List
0 looms, new, f;as, well and cisleru
on Mound slieet $1-100 ,
0 rooms, new, D.ivid St $1400
0 looms now, D.ivid St $1-150
(I looms, now, Heniicll St.... $1250 '
5 iiioiiw, now, Ueniiel St.... $l'lif)
7 rooms, now, Laouiollo St.. $1500
(i rooms', new, (llnd St $1150
7 looms, now, Njo St $1350
7 voouw, now, Njo SI $1-100
(i room, now, Ne .St $1400
7 looms, new, Bennett .St.... $1450 .
0 looms Seffjier Ae $1550
(i rutiiw N. Or.uid Ao. .. $1500
0 looms Heir St ... $1400
7 looms Wntciloo St. $1(500
7 rooms Helmont St $2000
I! rooms Willow St $1800
7 looms Cherry St $3000
S looms Hlaino Ae. . .7.7." $2000
7 rouiiib Cherry St $2000
H. E. CARPENTER & CO
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
110 1-2 South Main St.
Homo Phono 1502 Boll 48
Offlco with Fred W. Fetors.
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Businos
No Mattor Whoro Located.
Properties and Business sf all kinds
sold quickly for cash in all parts
of tho United States. Don't wait
Writo today describing what yoa
havo to sell and give cask price ea
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real F.k
tato anywhero at any price writ
mo your requirements. I can sari
you time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avonuo
Tltis ia tho seventeenth year Lima
Business Collcgo has been in suc
cessful operation in tho city of
Lima. It is now ono of tho larg
est privato schools in tho wait.
Many a young man points with
prido to tho fact that ho is gradu
ate of Lima Business Oollogo.,
Many a .successful .business man
owes his success to the thorough
buincss training ho recoivod thoro
..Sovcntoon years of successful ef
fort as a business collogo is no
moan record, "fioventoon yoars of
steady growth, of a business doub
led twice in that tlmo means that
it has merited what it has gained;
that it has met tho requirements of
a modern business ago; that It has
turned out students who havo suc
cessfully held tho positions furnish
ed to them; that it has established
a record for honesty and fquar,e
doallng; that it is recognized ai one
Of Ohio's bCSt Inatitlirfnn nf
learning. Bookkooping er Short-
uauu courso ?3U.
For information., address,
H. W., PEARS President
NOW York Cltv haS mr)r Astrhlrmr.
homes, hospitals nnd organization for
tho rollot of human suffering than ana
uuw h m ma wctio.