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THE MABION DAILY MIRfcOR, FRIDAY, JUNE, 24, 1910.
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bMt Valley Exposition To Bo
. Held at Cincinnati,
ATTEND THE EXHIBITION
former Pretldarit Presented With a
Formal Invitation to Visit the
Great Industrial Enterprlao Di
rectly Inttreated In Celebration of
Completion of the Fern Bank Dam
.clow the Queen City.
V Cincinnati, O. (Bpeclal.) When
former President Roosevelt was seen
In Paris recently by a representative
of the Ohio Valley Exposition and
'presented v(lth a formal Invitation to
attend this extensive Industrial on-Mi-prise,
to be held at Cincinnati
from Aug. 29 to Sept. 24, he express
ed a strong deslro to attend, and
promised to do so, provided the Ex
petition dateB did not conflict with
an arrangement he had made to at
tend a reunion of the John Brown
raid survivors. It has been learned
since that Mr. rtoosovelt-will be able
to arrange his Westdrn Itinerary so
that ho can spend several days In
Cincinnati during September, and
there Is every- reason to believe that
he will do so. In his conference with
Secretary P. Lincoln Mitchell of the
Exposition company, who presonted
the formal Invitation, Colonel Roose
velt expressed himself as deeply In
terested In the several objects to be
commemorated by the Exposition.
He Is directly Interested In celebra
tion of the completion of the Fern
Bank dam, Just bolow Cincinnati, this
being one of the fifty-four dams
planned by the Government to estab
lish navigable water In the Ohio river
the year around, and which was giv
en its first ofllclal sanction by Colonel
Roosevelt at Cincinnati In 1902, when
he was president. Another event tnai
will be eolebrated by the Exposition
and in which Colonel Roosevelt Is di
rectly Interested, Is tho centenary of
the establishing of steam navigation
on the Ohio river, his grand-unclo,
Nicholas Roosevelt, having construct
ed the first steamboat ever built west
of the Allegheny mountains and
launched at Pittsburg In 1810. It la
expected that during his visit to Cin
cinnati Colonel Roosevelt will bo tho
guest of(hls daughter and son-in-law,
Congressman Longworth, who now Is
being prominently mentioned for tho
Republican nomination for Governor
of Ohio, and who may have the as
sistance of his distinguished father-in-law
In his Ohio campaign.
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NOTED PRIMA DONNA
I Create Title Role In Popu
lar Romantic Opera, "
Cincinnati, O, (Special.) Con
tracts havo been signed by the toriila
of which Mino. Bornice de Pasquall,
tho noted colorature soprano of tho
Metropolitan Opera House, New
Yoilc, will create tho title role In tho
popular romantic opera which Is to
bo produced In connection with the
Ohio Valley Exposition, beginning
Aug. 29 and continuing for four
wooks. In securing Mine.. Do Pbb
qunll tho Exposition' management has
succeeded In bringing Into tho cast
the leading colorature soprano of
America, ehe being generally conced
ed to be tho legitimate successor to
Mmo. Carcella Sembrirh In all roles
In tho Mutiopolltan'a operas, calling
for this unique and rather dlfllcult
style of work. During the past sea
son Mine. De Pasquall has sung a
number of the roles made famous by
Mme. Sembrfch, and In evertf In
stance she hns been given the high
est praise for her magnificent volco
her unusual technique, her dramatic
ability and her striking stago pre'
ence. Mmo. De Pasquall Is an Amer
ican by birth, Boston bolng her homo
and It Is In America that much ot
her musical education was secured.
In engaging her for tho loading role
of the'opora, tho management Is fol
lowing a plan of making this a pure
ly Americnn production from every
point of view. The music Is by
Pletro Fldrldla, a composer whose
works are most favorably known In
this country and In Europe. The
book Is the creation of Paul Jones,
a Clnclnnntian, who has heretofore
been most successful In the writing
of dramatic subjects that called for
elaborate production. All tho roles In
tho opera will be sung by Americans,
while tho chorus, numbering several
hundred, will bo recruited from
among tho various sluglng societies
and choral organizations of Cincin
nati. Tho chnracter to be played by
Mme. De Pasquall Is that of "Pao
letta," a Spanish princess, after,
whom the opera la named. Tho pro,
ductlon tflll bo made by Mr. Bon'
Teal, one of tho most noted stago ex
ports In America, while tho porform
anco will bo under tho direction of.
Claude Tagen, than whom thoro Is no
moro noted or competent amusement
director In America or Europe. Re
hearsals lor this magnlflcont produc
tion will begin at 5nce.
Shoes, cheaper than It costs to re
pair the old ones. Wt a. K rails.
Monument ma Kant Center Bt
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EV .jM W Pl W B ' i S I B I I I V
UNCLE SAM'S CONTINUOUS NAVlflATION PLANS
The above showa one of tho series of fifty-four dams which tho United
States Government is erecting In the Ohio river nt n cost of $00,000,000
to Insure continuous navigation the yoar round. The completion, of Darn
No. 37, Just below" Cincinnati, will be celebrated by tho Ohio Valloy Ex
position from Aug 29 to Sopt. 24.
Who Manages Four Thea
ers In New York and
And Controls 2,000 Players
And 60 Abroad, Dividing
His Time Between
New Yurie unit the British Metropolis
A Wonderful Djuunio of Knoi-gy
By United Press Wire.
Charles Frohmnn hns reached tho
half century mark. He will not be clients, uiiil wlien tlie lutter's "Slien-
pleased to see this fact In print Pos- fnU,u"h" fulk''1 ut "',0 15osto," Miwuiin,
.,,,. In 1SSS, young Frohmun detected Its
mibly he will not even iivo remem- hlls ,, )(.,-mlul,L.d Mr ,,owurd to
bered the unnlversary-iind surely no'rowrIt(J ,t T( ,,,, uv, bcell
one ele will, for. Judging by up- nuu,0 ho HCCMrwi tle American rights
pearances ho might be anything be- Jlut ,lu ,llld ,m ,noMuy uh whlcU t0
tween forty-llVe und sixty No pln-,)rolUllM It. Finally ho persuaded Al
ster on the shady side of tho half uylnilII of SuI1 Frullclsc0 UIlU w.
century mark balks harder at talking u ,IoJ, of Urooklvn to risk $1,500
about, her ago than this short rotund enphi nnaj , u,re0 8UtceeilnB ywlI8
dynamo of executive energy who, be- th(J , earnpU $1M0W uayl
ginning without a bank account twen-'
ty-two yenrn ago, has made himself
a controlling factor not only In Amer-
Thrco applications removed
all the dandruff and left my av
scalp clean, white and smooth.
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For two or three years my hair had been
falling out and getting quite thin until the top
of my head was entirely bald. About four
months ago I commenced using Sage and Sul
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and I kept using t icgulariy until now I havo
used four tot tits. The. whole top of my head
Is fairly covered and keeps coming in thicker.
I shall keep on ifiing, it a" while longer, as I
notice a constant improvement.
i STEPHEN BACON,
Rochester, N. Y.
PHARM A d
Icn but In English theatricals,
Few neoplo In Sandusky, o., where
Mr, Frohmun was born on Juno 17th,
1SC0, will remember tho llttlo boy who
left the hom0 town when only eleven
ers old to mnko his own way In tho
I world- Ho chose. New York liecittiso
his brother Daniel had gone there six
years before and hnd prospered sulll-
cientiy to become u reporter on tho
start of tho New York Tribune.
Through IiIh brother's Influence he se
cured (i position ns night clerk In tho
business office und attended school dur
ing tho day. The uge of fourteen
found him an advertising clerk In
the olllco ot tho Dally Graphic by duy
unil n ticket seller in the box otllce
( llooleyl TdieUtro,, Brooklyn, by
At seventeen young Frohmnn mark
ed out u theatrical career for himself
by quilling the newspapers und tuk-
Ing u company presenting "Our Boys"
to Chicago. At twenty he orgunUed
Huveily'n Mastodon Minstrels and
took them to Europe It has been said
tbat hu played u cornet In the min
strel band. This is untrue, for Churles
Ki olimun Is not musical
Tho little theatrlcul ugency In
Brpndwuy near Thirtieth street, which
wiib tho real foundation of Mr. Froh
iMiiu's success, was opened in 1&S4,
when ho was twenty-four yeufs old.
Bronson Howard was one of his
J50.00U to tho author.
From that day Mr. Frohmun has II
naucud his own euterjnlses-
At thirty hu organized his first stock
company; ut thlrty-threo he moved"
Into the New Empire Thcntro and be
gan to muke productions on u large
scale. At thht-tght lie obtained his
first foothold In Loiulun by' leasing
the Duke of York's Theatre.
Today llnds Mr. Frohmun liti mana
ger of four theatres In New York
and three In London. Ho has other In.
direct Interests In thirteen hoiiHoa
hero und half a dozen In tho Eng
lish capital. He also controls forty
American traveling companies and
supplies attractions for about one
hundred houses scattered throughout
In the United States ulone, Mr. YVoh
man controls 2,0UO players, ills sul
nry list In England shows GOO more.
Among them uru sixteen leading Amer
can stnrs and about half that num
ber ubroad. Dining eiich year ho
makes about sixty dramatic pro
ductions In both countries and ut the
height of tho season moves 2,000 play
ers over the railroads weekly. Ho
has, besides, twelve- skilled stago di
rectors, thirty master carpenters, en
gaged In the mcchunlcul wotk of his
productions, llfteen muster electri
cians, not employed In his theatres,
but engaged on experimental wuik, !
and four costume designers, whom he
keeps traveling constantly ubroud. Ho
divides his own tlmu evenly between
New York und Luntlnn.
John Corliln, formerly Literary Di
rector o tho New Theatre, emitted ti
good deal of surprise, u few months
ago when hu said that the experience
of two years had convinced him that
there are-2,000 people Inrthls country
engaged In writing unactable plays.
Mr. Frohmun beai'H out the atutement.
In un Interview recently ho said:
"Asthe question of reading plays
seems lo be ono of great Interest I
wnnt to skV that, In i period covering
fifteen or slxtei'u years of play read
ing and with play readers, there has
not lu-eii ono play sent In which has
over been selected for-production. This
may possibly show what little skill
both I nnd my piny renders posses
In Judging submitted manuscripts The
average number of pluys sent In, I
shuiild say, Is about twenty-five, u
week nnd tho uinouut I huvo ipula ror
play readers during my cut cur Is about
$160,000. I feel certain, huwover, thut
tho right piny or one wo think Is tho
right play, will .come In some day mid
give us back the money with Inter
est. Mr. Frohinun's city dlvierslon Is
work. Work Is ulso his only vice.
Likewise work Is his prlnclpul virtue
When he finishes twelve hours ut his
desk he goes home and mouses him
self by studying old costum plates.
He does not exercise, but his weight
never varies much from 180. Once
Mr. Frohmun was known to play u
game of bllllardi with Charles B, Dil
lingham und the lute Clyde Vltch. Ho
got. Into a discussion with Mr. Fitch
aub'ut "The Truth", und Dillingham
won. It was one of tne few rrlcitH
Mr. Frohmun "has lost, ut any game
or trado. ,,
No promluuent theatre manager
eljher In New "York or London la less
frequently seen n'r'o'unU Hie play houses
or on the streets,. Aefyrstyperfoj-mances
Mr, Frohman either keeps out of view
In tho ofllco of his hotiBo manager or
sits In tho batik row of the top gal
lery. Many a holder .-of 'a fifty cent
Meat would bo dumfounded to loam
that tho attentive unperturbed little
tnnn sitting In tho seat next to lilin
not only owned tho theatre but had
In Investment of $lo,00O at stake on
tho play. A king's ransom would not
Induce him to rIiow himself behind
tho footlights on nn opening night.
Audiences know his modesty In this
regard and they long ngo ccused to
cull for him. Perhaps this reluctance
to figure ersonatly In the limelight
occountf) for tho fact thnt he has
never sat for a photograph.
The wealth Mr. Frohmnn has accu
mulated from his energetic life and
mnny dramatic ventures Is' a subject
over which many people hnve specu
lated. Ills fortune has boon various
ly estimated at from $200,000 to $2,000,
000 He Is known to have made huge
profits from some of Tits productions,
but others hnvo entailed severe losses
He accepts cither with com
placency and seldom talks about
business tilTnlra. His projects are so
many nnd complicated that he prod
ubly does not known how much he
is worm, no uues not cure lor money
for Its own sake, but for the" oppor
tunity It gives him to Indulge his one
consuming hobby which Is to ptoduce
plnys New York World.
DIXIE FRUIT GROWERS
TO SEND EXHIBIT
South Preparing to Enter Into
Competition With North.
Clnolnnntl, O. (Special.) Prult
growers of tho South are preparing
to enter Into active competition with
tho horticulturists of tho North In tho
matter of displaying their products
at the Ohio Valloy Exposition, to bo
held In Cincinnati from Aug. 29 to
Sept. 24. During tho past few years
the growing of fruits thnt were con
sidered largely a northern product
has been taken up in the South, to
that thin section now Ib in a position
lo get Into active competition with
lis rivals north of the Ohio and Po
tomac rivers for business along-these
linos. Particularly in the matter of
growing apples Is tho South forging
rapidly to tho fore, the quantity nn
quality of tills fruit produced In the
South shoeing a decided Increaso
junily It 1b expected that Southern
frul growen will have lurgo exhibits
of apples at tho Exposition in con
nection with the general display of
Fouthern products, for which a sepa
rate building will be provided.
PERFECT TEXTILE EXHIBIT AT
OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION
Cincinnati. O. (Special.) Textile
manufacturers of tho South are
showing a decided Interest In the
coming Ohio Valley Exposition, to be
held In this city from Aug. 29 to
Sopt. 54, and which Is designed to
exploit tho products, resources und
industries of the Ohio Vulluy and tlie
entire South. Theru Is a conviction
among the textile manufuctui era thut
their goods havo not been aufllclontly
exploited In this section during the
past that tho Ohio Valley goes
much farther and does not fare as
well In securing textiles as It might
do if it took advantage of the Indus
tries lying practically at its doors.
For that reason tho Southern toxtlle
manufacturers nro anxious to make
an extraordinary display of their
products, which, In oyery way, at
least equal those of other sections of
the country further removed from tho
Ohio Vallej. Tho display of textiles
from the South will bo selected by tt
special committee, representing the
various iallio.uls of tho South, and
made up of experts who will take
every oppoituulty of making this foa
turo ono that will he a credit to the
toxtlle industry of America in gen
eral, and tho Southeru mauufactuiers
mX tK K K ?K 3C SK JK jK 3K 7K !K
rlura Almondlnger tji Nellie M
Ohls lot in Marlon ono ilollur
Willlnm F. Haiti to Clnru M. Kurt,
seven acres In Montgomery township
Josephine Hnor to Myrtle E. Hrock
lesliy four lots In Mnrlon, one dollar
('. H. V. Casio to Ellas 15. Ittihl
man lot In Marlon $0,00.
Alvln II. Dunbar to Myrtle K.
Huberts, lot In l'rospect $5.0.
Mnymlo 13. Felly to Nellie M. Ohls
part of lot In Marlon $l,coo
Edward Huber by executor,
Amelia Lotsse, lot In Murlon $140.
Duff Henderson to Mollis F
lot In Murlon $WU.
Churles llofstetter to William 0
MerKie, pall of two lots In Marlon,
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P.M. MCMILLAN, PREB. A. A SCHANTZ, QCN. MOR.
Charles llofstetter to Wheal Hell,
pnrt of two lots In Marlon, $3,000.
I-' V. Hills to Cleorge Weldetnnler,
HfVenty-sIx acres In Tullv township,
Frank M. James to John Dalduuf,
foity ncres In Grct-n Cuitip township
Thomas W. Monnett to Floyd C.
Know els ohm ncie In Scott township,
Joseph Mitchell to Amelia l.otzc, lot
In Murlon $ir,0.
IMward S. Moon to W. II. L-.
Juckson part of four lots In Marlon
Nellie M. Ohls and others tJ Mnytnlc
Kelly lot In Marlon $4,500.
lp Oshorn to Georgo Welde-
maler. lot in Mnrlon. ji.soo.
J II Itnub to Walter Scott Lodge
No 211 Knights of Pythias lot In
The Rexall Store
New Summer Odors in Perfumes
Sunkist Bouquet, 1 oz. 50c; Alma Zada, 1 oz. $1.60,
White Pond Lily, 1 oz. 75 c.
Colgate's Toilet Waters, all odors.
25c size for 23c; 50c size for 38c; 75c size for 50c;
$1.00 size for 74c; 25c Talcum for 15c.
Marion's largest toilet goods store. Cut prices pre
vail. The Fountain New Strawberry Ice Cream; New
Strawberry Water Ice; Both served at the fountain
and sold by the quart.
New Creations Royal T. R. 10c; 88 others. 4
Crafts9 Quality Drug Store
The Rexall Store.
Telephone 196. Free Delivery. Marion Hotel Bid.
Consumers Cash Grocery
Originators of Low Prices. Phono 1174 Y. M. C.
Do you pay cash for your groceries? If so we can
save you money. If you have never tried the cash
plan we solicit a trial, as we know you will be
pleased with the results. Saturday Specials
CI ood Old Potatoes, with
10 lb best Clranulated SugniMvith order
1 lb jrl)Uclcles Coffee, with order
l-t' bbl. F.ureka
1-4 hill Hlectile Light ..
1-4 bbl Crystal Patient
1-4 bbl. Gold Medal ... ...$1.
i pkg' SltmldedWheat ....25c
2 pkg Jersey Flakes ....25c
2 pkg. Large Pout Toastles 25c
2 jg. Grape Nuts 25c
7 lb. Oatmeal 25c
Clb. Good Hlco i 26c
3 pkgs. Indian C Flakes ,...25c
A good $tandurd Corn
A good Rurly June Pea
A Kood Tontutou v'. ,.v
Van Cumpa Hominy or Pumpkin
. . 8 l-2o
A fine Table Pencil 17c
1 giillon Pie Peaches 35o
1 gallon Fine Apples 35c
dozen Sour l'lelfles..
Sweet Oranges 15o ilos Fancy Strawberries, Pineapples Bananas Vem
ons and Green Vegetables. Our TcleynoiuT is 1174,
Oeorge W. Swenev to Frank U.
Mln0Miig, lot In Marlon $25.
Robert C Sweney und others, to
Frank H, Mlnyoung, undivided ono
fnurth Interest In lot in Marlon $20.
Thomas F. Spragg to II. C. King
lot In Marlon $100.
Clifford E. Sheperd to Gilbert L.
Hhepcrd undivided one-fifth Interest
in fifty acres In Mnrlon township one
Ella M. Tiller to J. H. Tluuu lot in
Ell.abetli Thomasion nnd otlierd to
J n i n is S. Bonner, V) 1-2 acres In Uow
HnK Qreen township one dollar.
Fred '.. Terpuny and other to Wil
liam A. Marbel, part of lot In Ma
Ceorguo E. Williams to Salmon
Stiawder, two lots in Morral, $1,200.
Kylvnnui L Wottrlng to Arthur
Johnson lot In Prospect, one dollar.
Andiew J. Wlncgar to William W.
Selgfreld, lot In Marlon, $1,000.
A Little Coaxing
to get people to come hens Is all
we eer have to do to muke them
HteiuU customers for Jrocerles and
table luxuries. For once they ex
perlnce tile high character ot our
sen Ice the real reasonabllness of our
prices they see tlie . advantage of
trading her regularly. Can't w
coux you 10 come jusi oin;e i '
Mellons, Pineapples, Cherriei.
Musk Mellons A full line ot vege
tables Special price on Bananas.
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Phone 39, 1st door E. Court Itoutj.
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Our Wonder Coffee 18o
Our White Vtos Coffee .... 2Qo
Our Oolilen Blend Coffee .. 26a
Pure Mocha and Java Ulend
A good Gunpowder Tea ...,39c
80c Grade Y Hysln or O Jap 56c
Tea Dust a bargain ut ...,16c,
Smoked and Salt Meat,
Boston Bacon per lb 18a
Dry Salt Pork per lb . . . . J.80 '
Picnic Hams per lb 16a
Dried 'Beef per lb 48c
7 bars Star or Lenox Soap ..26c
10 burs good Laundry soap 26a
9 lb Lump, starch 25o
4 dozen clothes pllis ...... 5c ;
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