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Marion is from tho Exposition
via tho Hocking Valley route.
Choice of TWENTY-NINE
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adelphia or Baltimere) or
via New York.
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Tickets on sale daily to
For the fall. We show a
fine line of Wall Papers
comprising a large line of
patterns in all grades for.
OC up to the fine imported
' "Invisible Moiqulto Screem.
i The newest mosquito screens are
Jwbat ! called Invisible. Tb,ey are
'kurled ln,tho loyr part of the vln
i4ew casin on a' spring roller. Thoy
llow the sash as it is raised and low
rt iLh Second Hand Goods is still
in ".l. v., - -
Owincr to the scare of
rmtiitt. siill It. Open frdhi
THE. ENGLISH NOT TfJE. DUTCH RE
. SPONSIBLE FOR AMERICAN SLAVERY
Startling Statemeats Showing the Aspoitasy of Text Book His
toryThe Writer 1b of English and Dutch Deicent; Ap.
pears as a Witness Upon the Other Side He Asks
all Studente to Refute or Vsrify His Statements
--Parents Requested to Aid Their Children
in Knowing the True History of
Much Htress is placed upon tho contrnl thought, having no fixity
htiUement that In lOlJf or l('0 " lu Eternal I'rlnciplo ho was doom
essel boarlng a Dut,ch Mag enter. ,cd to extinction in illolland, but
oil .Iamo3 lllver , carrying twenty not " " way In which tho Indians
negroes which wero readily sold to wero exterminated In Now England,
tho folonlBts, Historians differ Hls 80118 married Dutch lassies
concerning tho dates but this 13 which ho was tt,,1 to bear but
not vital and wo grant that this when llla daughters married Dutch
may have occurred on tho earlier , mon' ,l hocnmo inevltablo that
date. It Is well to romeinber in "benevolent assimilation" was to
connection with tho abovo that bo hls l'lon. Tholr only rccourso
nn English freebooter by thonnmo
of Hawkins in irjfi'J first began a
tratllc in human slavory. Thero
wero threo Hawkinses represent-
Ing as many generations ongnged
In tho slave trafflc prior to .tho
abovo date. It may bo said of these
three that tho first sold his tens,
the second hls hundreds, and tho
third bis tbniiBnniiB imfnrn tho
Dutch sold a score to tho English
Tho question naturally arises.
how did the Dutch know thnt thcro
was a market for negro slaves In
the Encllsh coloney In Virginia
In tho year ifiOS a colony of
Puritans settled In Holland. In
doscrlptlon of these wo quote from
"1'our hundred of Puritans wont
to Holland, every mnn with a creed
of his own and anxious to burn
at the stake the other threo hun
dred nnd ninety nine because they
did not agree with him; but be
ing there enllRhtoned, they discov
ered the magnlfcence of the uni
erso. All over Holland, they saw
compulsory hchool education, bus
tnlncd by tho state. They found
a country In which thero was uni
versal toleration of religion. in
which tho persecuted Jew could 1
11 ml an asylum in which even the!
InnuMtor could be safe from tho 1
vengeance of his enemies nnd .
thero. nfter they had been pro. ousl' ,lx Massachusetts and in Vlr
parcd to found a state., and to VBlnla-
bullil it. when thoy got down to 1 Few criticize tho steamship com-
DelfUHaven to depart, the Dutch- I panles of tho present tlmo for
men. In their hospitality' gave J carrying a mixed cargo of mls
tljoin a farewell dinner. As a send alonaijes, bbles nnd rum to tho
flff ft TTOO tVlrt fltat trrrA illnnnH fntfin tn lr til 11 ns-t tt fr t mnnnn n.9
the Puritan had ever had-tho
first squnro meal tho Puritan had the game exterminating clrcum
over eaten." 1 stances for tho Dutch seamqn of
. -.. 1 ... . . . tli M Gtiitnti it-ami tli Crw 4 11 mr
ino l'untnn m iiounnu enjoyeu
every liberty possible but lacking
O'Day will bave Lots
GREAT PITCHING STAFF
New Manager expects to se
cure for Marion.
Only a Few of the Old Stars will
be Retained and These Must Get
When "Chuck" O'Day, the new Ma-
rlon manager, gathers his bquad of
Itll tf ,iin lilnvolu llfrotlitoi. Ilovr
thirty or more plnyera together next
spring, he will havo a very difficult
Job selecting the regulars for the
O'Day propobes to bilng back all
of tho men that Marion has under
contract at the present time. He
Intends to sign several others and
the list will bo increased when sev
eial more are drafted from tho Class
D leagues. Enough men to constitute
three teams will unpack their grips
at tho Majestic hotel about April 12.
iLuskey, Llndemann, Flood, Inger
ton, Tate, Illake, Qulnn, Fnrrell,
Lucas, Ilurk. Fox, Wllmot, Dlthrldgo,
Dlough, of lust year's team will bo
hare. A least that many new iner.
win uv luuntu ujj mj iuu iiuiv mull
Ugcr who Intends to do things with
characteristic western dash, oven
though ho halls from this side of
He has already declared that ho
wants but fow of tho bunch that
open at 112
Chin c-U nnrl Vill
monev we will buv vour stuff
5 a, m. to 10 p.,m.
wns to come to, America. Many'
. ,nn'a wan raquircil to prepare
for o Journey. Jlost of them wero
l,oor, fow wcra not- 0n; n fcw
worc nbl to 1"' for their journey
to tho Xcw World. Thoso that
wuro not' sohl thomsolves into
slnvry to tho fow Pilgrims or to
tho Lndon merchantmen, who
, transported tnom.
They wore required to labor
for sevon years, every day ex
cept Sunday Puritan descendants
of lho present day Bhoulil romom
! bor this at tho end of thnt tlmo
they woro to dlvldo what thoy had
accumulated equally with tholr
masters. Evory Pilgrim Vint step
ped upon tho Mayflower at tho
wharf In Holland was a master or
a slave, They reached America
November 21st, G20 and thirty
days uftor reaching land they
had succeeded In finding n desert
ed Indian Camp and stood upon
Amerlpan soil, camp followers of
the Indians In nil that tho term
'lho Pilgrims thnt had Bold thom
solves Into slavery became mutin
ous and threatened to repudlato
their agreements and becomo freo
but a compromise was effected.
Thus It can be readily understood
how tho Dutch learned of a mar.
kot for Negro slaves among tho
English. Slavery began slmultane-
I obtaining a livelihood, so wo claim !
(To Do Continued.)
played hero last year. Ho says that
many of tho players drew too much
money for the kind or service they
were able to give. Tho players at
that time claimed that they wero un
derpaid and It is probable that be
fore tho bturt of tho next pennant
chase win 10 of the alleged btars of last
year's organization will uavo an op
portunity or getting out and trying
to get bigger money than they got
here In Marlon. But it Is certain
that somo of them will have to play
,v vastly different article of ball it
they desire to even earn their eakeB.
The now manager believes that ho
can get togetnor the bebt pitching
staff in tho league. Several of tho
old twlrlers will be retained and lints
aro now out for sccral others who
will deliver the goods.
iHMiltul Mm lint rvn.iv will linvn IiIh
troubles making a selection. Luskeym
Llndcmann and a new man Johnson,
all old heads will be to chooso from.
Tho first sa"5k wll be filled by a
youngster named Sfnley, who, it Is
Bald will be ready for sale at a fancy
price at one of the big leagues by
tlin flfic.A tT Him ennt-rm ri'Hn, n
mni, ,,,,. f . ,int,.n,. ','
, , ", w,u ,
. k . .-
manage and-captnlu tho team. At
short there wlll bo a battle royal.
Mylett, who played a brilliant gnmo
during the last half of the season and
his predecessor ScOtty Ingefton, to
gether with a youngster discovered by
O'Day, will bo tho threo to be looked
ovor by the manager,
At ihe present time, Tim Flood
somes to bo tho only candidate for
the. third base position but another
map will be drafted who, It Is said,
may make the .veteran guardian of
the last turn, look to his laurels.
In tho outfield Tato, Qulnn and
Fnrrell, of tho old guard and Williams
a fllll blooded Indlnn. Intrnti.o, ,i,i
'soveral'othors. will fight for the three
It Is probablo that several Ivmieu
vlli be worked following the annual
meeting In January thut"wlll help tho
manager In getting a well balanced
ball club composed of aggresslvq play,
'Funeral sorvlqes over the remains
of S. H. Anderson ,wre lioldT nt
8:30 o'clock this morning at ihe res
idence of O. B. Andorson on BotiHi
,Slat,' 8treet' Rev B. DarnaM of.-'
flctatlng iinm0dlatoly after tre
sorvices the remains were t4ken
i-jqua tor interment.
Tri MARION DAILY yltHKOlt,fyWUnPATpKQVBMBBttlAvlB07 '
The attracfion for the Cfiaud Opera
Saturday, Nov, 1G, will bo the sensa.
tional comedy drama, "Broken
Hearts. " A. play of high merit with
a cast of artists dolus Justice to tholr
parts'. Tho piny. Is laid out In ono
of Nctf England's picturesque towns
which tfio theatre going people are
so familiar with, and which tho peo
ple are so well' tdken up w.th. It
is full of confedy nnd pithos, With
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"Well Known Stars Who Appear Wednesday Evening
a story true to -life. It has boiiio
very elfectUo Kcencs..pne of them be-
hg tho Insano asylum bhowiug tho,
H."1'1 ny J" 4-Ch'Jl-."","itCf "V0
Another Hssnaitlonnl bcene
Is tho escape of ono of tho Inmates
from tho asylum. The play shows
how a city gentleman'' wins the love
of u country girl apd, .pretends to lovo
her nnd wnuts to marry her bo ho
could get tho fortune left her. Sho
Is conduced of bis scliemo by thrs
flno gentleman's wifel7fo whom ho de
nies any relationship, and finally has
her plated In an asylum for bare
keeping, so that Ills chances would
bo better to win tho, girl. He is
uiibuccessrul nnd th.pn- tries to use
foul uioaiiH to furco" "lier, but sho
Is baved from all harm by the uon-
est young country boy who loves
DOING GOOD WORK
' 11 ' L
tie is Accomplishing more real good at Washington than
any or all of!his Titled Predecessors Old Boundary
and Fishery Questions promise to bn speedily
waHiiington, Nov. 11. Urltlsh Am-
Jmsador James Urycef Who will bo
tho Cleveland Chambervor Conunorco
guest of honor SatTTrduy night, is
ubout to complete a monumental task
that lias Hung oyer '-tho British cm-
bassy Tor years. Wlijii that work H
done there will bd .nothing left for
Britlsh umbassadortf In 'the United
Suites but to figure grace-fully at tho
wiuiioH emu dinners-and make fie-
.11. 1' MO0Ul 'ooa "6inS
thicker than, water, ,
""I .. 4" "f" ms. mo only plain
.......j, .n,rewcuD ouiy piain 1 every umo. i;ac)i occufcloir in Con
or of his i-auk :ln tho dlji- don or Washington that witnessed
:lc servlco of any -foreign ppwpr. a "linnds ncToss theK sea" celebration
rugged democrats jib Peter Witt brought a snort of disgust from Ot-
"""VI UI IIIH
will nrobnbly seo in'ttiat fact the ex-
pianatJon or ltis invfiendlng success
whero his Ifjilghted.yg'old 'laced and '
much decorated nfe'decesanr dm
t- .. ,.,-,.... W.
!!, 1 -- ivjviiiiiuii,
mere have boon diplomatic differ-
. upiruu wia ynjieu atatea nnd
Controversies still'fcpeudlng Include
tho sealing nd flvharlea nUe?ttons.
tno latter tduoliig Newpundltind
am4 tho 0it Lakallko? a dozen
wau.iui, una, wnuoctlie vworst nrob- Harness without any better luck.
lems javo been settled, puoughliave Thoy tired Sir' Henry Mortimer Dur
remairtod to leop, British .ambnssa- nnd, O, CM, O,-; K. 0. S. I,; K.
uoi-s at WaBhingtoniicohntantly on tho I K.. mil tlib Canadians bad-lost
anxious seat. .i. oil iniiini.no iv i.'ta tim i..i t.
i .,, F mi, I"W"yf'dl8putes, ox- "Mister" James Bryce, and no an
irauitlon COmrjllatlJMla. hn roln. nendly. v.nct (l.af ilmA tn h nu.
n .or the iibo of -?wterfor, power lah cabinet as sscretary fpr Ireland.
her. They start for their home In
tho country and after that all Is peaco
Up-to-tlrte specialties arc Introduced
In tho play.
A icallstio picture of life In the
far w.est w'll bo the ottering at the
Grand thin ovenngv under tho title,
of "Tho rbn'lng Arrow. " Tho play Is
not. aa inlht natitinlly bo expected,
a blood and tNTnder production,
In "'lho Walls
Inbouuding in '-gun shots nnd pther
hall- raising episodes, unpleasant to
'the audience, but is u faithful picture
lOfTlfe of tile frontier and in one of'
the famous government posts. It tells
a beautiful love story, is ropleto wltlr
thrilling scenes, and its ennracters are
all taken rrom , living prototypes,
u-uu in cunracter mm costume, as
"The Old Homestead" Is tho typical I
lllnV (if tlm lil onut u, u mi'lin T?lon.- I
, -.. ...w u... .,..,., v. .u . i.u A'aui-
Ing Arrow" or tho far west. Lin
coln J. Carter Is the, author and pio
ilucer and critics unanimously con
cede It to bo his best production.
To add local color and realism 11
tribe of real Indians Is cnrrlcd, nlso
several ox-Untted States soldiers, cow
boys, burses nud ap Indian biass
hand, which will give a band concert
before tho performance. ,
tho Chicago drr'naso canal and tho
problem .of lake 'lovels, find a few
anore ods and cnl? less .Important
ir left to tb Torqlgn orflcCs or
Washington and Limlon tlieso would
lave been cle.i u up long ngo, But
Canadians have InslBted th'.t Eng-
lisl diplomats li.ivo scitled every
such dispute in favor of tho United
tutcs. Inuluritn; tho Alaskan bound-I
inry award lho Cuuadlans complain
that they have got tho worst of It
'every umo. i:ac 1 occufeloir u Con-
Sir Julian Pauncefooto be,canm Lord
Pauncefooto or Preston, G. C B.:
o. n. At r. ,v wi.n.ii., mn n,..,.i
lans In good temper, but m 'dim!
- - T .ll Mfl UJ HVVl'Mlal UIU ULIllIlll
without finding an arrangement to
....., I,l.,..il uii.uiiiuiiivin 10
kUlsfy thejn. sir Michael II, iHer
, o, q, ji, q,; C. I), (Ilea In
co,lld not even kdep them quiet. Thoy
had to take Sr Henry Jlortiinor
tiurunil ami nil' tlio alphabetical vest
of W homo tp London.
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KKk AN I
No woman who uses "Motber 's Friend need fear the suffering,
an1 1nMrvaii4r1anf trt IvlffU fnl'lf l-nVe tlW. (IVlo'll S-.f.!lo IllHrrn .
an'dinsttre's sdf ety to lite of mother and qhild.'and leaves her in & - f
ftlcn Ileal tliYr efrnn'lr ntl)1 '
good natured. "Our book,
"Motherhood," is worth
woman, and will be sent free ui plain DPI
envelope by addressing application to Kg
BradReld Regulator Co. Atlanta, Go. W
States, "The American Common
wealth," without making n single
American mud." Ho had climbed it
fow Alpine and other mountains, and
so qualified for1 a diplomatic post
close -to a strenuous president.
And, an Irishman lilmseir,"ie had
succeeded lu-'governlng Ireland, for
a short time nt least, without being 1
hanged In effigy In Dublin. More
over "Mister" Dryco bad stubbornly
clung to his plain title. He had re
fused pretty medals to hang on hls
coat, lie had refused decorations, nud
orderH of" knlghthpod, itntl.fiilally, ho,
luid-docllmkl to let them make a lord
of him. T '
They Becm to have figured in tho
British red tapo nnd sealing wnx of
fico that an eccentric fellow of this
sort might even bo ablo to got along
with the United States nnd Canada ,at
tho samo tlmo. So ho came over
with tho direction to take as many
orders from" Ottawa as ho could with
out irritating tho United States.
Mister" Dryco has all but succeed
ed. This winter Is expected to seo
tho completion of a treaty that will
clear up nil .difficulties with Canada
to tho satisfaction of everybody.
And everybody ngrees that "Mister"
James Dryco is a remarkable mail.
Thoy havo Voted him a good fellow
as we'll In Washington.
Personally ho is n Httlo chap with
big whlto whiskeis, keen, spry, and
charming. In mnnuer. Pcrhaos bo will
tell Cleveland people Saturday night
tho secret of his success with Amer
icans. OLD TIME STARS
Will Endeavor to Shine Again on
.A number of local football enthusi
asts aro taklug stops for tho organiza
tion of a clty-teum to play a Thanks
giving Day game ,here with the fast
Futures of Toledo.
iA number of the old-tlmo local
stars or the gridiron have agreed to
play, and Jt is thought that tho Fu
tures will bo given the game of tholr
iina iru .. .1 v ..
V!; ?c" f0; the bl a,no w
TAKE TO WOODS
West End Gun Club Leave on a
The West End Gun club started out
this morning on a hunting expedi
tion which will last seveiul days.
They will hunt Jn the Coleman
woods southeaqtot Mt. Qjlead. They
aro under tho leadership' of Wert
Huntsman, who has been elected
captalu of tho club.
CO'ACHES WANT ONE SURE-GRQUND-GIINING
Gridiron Instructoro Seok Manuevecto
Insura LastThrs, Yards When
Football' coaches tho country ever
are hunting for ono now gioiina-saln
With tho "development of tho new
stylo of open gmo iho hall can bo ad
vanced easily onbugh, aa u rule, in
Whatyls now souRht la boiuo ono of
fonslvo play with bUfllcleat pnwor back
of It to fnsuro the last th'-oo yardr
neccBsary foi a first down vlicn near
lug tho cnomyVnoa),
Even against second and Uiird-clase
teams the major lnatltutlonH of" the
country luiVo found It difficult to com
continto Biifllclont power in' the final
attack on lho goal lno to pusli over
the ball for tho last touchdown
Agnluat teams evenly matched thorfi
Is even gi cater1 tt'oubJc.
To negotlato ton yards in three at
tempts lips noc.cultatod tho opening
up of tho-gflino and pioio plnylpg or
the foiwiird paps, tho on-uldo kick and
tlnjllar fornatlons classed au "Qpen
work." But when tho ball has boon
carried Innldo tho, ten-yard lino by,
some of thetu daring nianeuv;eitj tlu
team wniiis somocoiicuiuinica jiowcv
that cuu contort tho iiroylous eltort
into a toucjulowu,
When the ball has beon carried to
the uve-yardjliib on tha eocond down
it Is often hard to make tlio necoBsaiy
distance to' hold .tho' ball on u first
down or carry it over tho goal lino
whim meetljig a stjff dofensc.
BIgt toamH ,lmyo shown that as a
ruje they urefe'' to try some of "the
nowor oben nlayn. tomutiiiR fortune
andihe losa of the ball. Theso plays
me'seectaouluriand meet tho approval
of the Bpegtator, but It Is likely tho
cc8 doi?iit optlrcly enJqyTtho t
Antl many other; painul and setioy. .
trom whicli most motnen.
imfier, can ,bc avoided by the use' of
."MdtofOtoll This greatrremiajf
- is a iou-scna to women, carrying
, them throngl! their mst' critical
W , ordeal vitx. safety and no pain.
.. i-u . j"V . .
In tho Chicago-Illinois gamp Stags s
proteges wero held soveral times (rtul
foiccd to punt becnuso In two downs
they had riot covered enough of the
necessary ten yarda to warrant talking
tho chanco oh losing tho ball whbrd
they wero bn tho third down, This
was against a learn that tho Maroons
easily "defeated 42 to C.
Soveidl of the big eastern teatnsl
havo been found wanting lii, the
samo.wny. Cornell has been pointed
out ns particularly weak when ni
pioachlugi the enemy's goal line, and '
to this l charged the .dofcat of the
Ithncans by Ponu State.
But Coniell Is not alone: i.Vnlt!
against West Point was notlCpably dc-
llclent In tho samo way. Tlfc El's
woro able to nialtp several first ilowna ,
In succession, but could not maintain .
tho Bpccd as thoy noarcd tho goal
lino. Hnrvard-had tho snino falling
ngalnst tio Navy, nniLvPennsylvanhi
carried tho bnll t1 va nftpr tinio""w.cll
Into Brown's-, torr'k 'ry, but rcsorfed tb
tho oi-slde ' 'ck( or forwr.Vd pass, to
gain tho lab t vo or thro j aVds bn iho
third down. '
ES.I1I1 - :m
Could Have Vhslr Choice.
Frederick Sn , a jribod by
ItUBkln as tho g.t( est of Engllah
draughtsmen, was ruco asked boforo
ho was knpwn to fiiiio to alnt tho
portrnlt of thq mayor of a town,1 a
most estimable giocer. Tho spokes
man of tho deputation said that th'( '
commltteo was jiroparcd tp pay as ;
high as $00 'for a good portrait, but on . j.
seln3 tlio nttist'S faco grow long: ad(P
cJ that they ai:ly wanted a' half- h
length. "Oh, of course, that ninkca sn
difference," rnid Uiq nrlist, most iir
bancly. -"Which half would jou-pre-' "
fer, gentlemen?' m
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A Narrow Escape.
Anxious, mother (to nmall son
has Just tumbled uClqkt stalraJJ
i"Morcy mo, quick! nro you -killed?"
LU1q Dick ".No, 'in." "Arc yWJuirl
,much? Dp toll mo, quick!" ''Xoj-jthat
was tho luckiest fall I ever had."
"Lucky?" ' "Yos; 1 only struck ono
stair on tho way down." . ( f-
Loss of Sleep
x EXHAUSTED NERVES.
Nature alwayt gives ample warning of ihe
opproachol ii?rou collapse, if you can but
lead ihe ijrns. Among tlie earl!e:l indication!
of ncfvoiu exhauiiicn b inaLiluy lo rest and
lerp. You lie av ake and think, ihmk, tliinlc
but cannot quid your brain and nerves ta deep.
Ophtes and narccllcj cannot nouiblv at
fold more than temporary "relief and 'eae
you worse off lhan before. Cure can only, be
brought about by the restoration of the nervous
system by the use of ,
Dr. A. W. Chase's
You can be positively cured of sIoiiIesr-
ness, hcadaihcs, ,and nervous dyjpeptia and
stop ihe approach ' of nervous iostrtion.'
paralysis or loco-motor ataxia by ihe use of
this treatment. Be sure to see the-portrait
and signature of A. W. Chase, M. D., on
the boY, J0;ccnt at all dealers, or'Dr, A. W,
Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. C. G. Heckenlively, Angola, Ind.,
"I have used Dr. A. W. Chase'. Nerve Pills
for cleeplessnecs and a run down nervous
system with excellent results. They' give
sleep in the right Way, not by the opiate plan,
but by their tonic and upbuilding effect on
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