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WBATHEH Pnitly cloudy to
night mid Friday, '
.To tho JJemoc. ats of Marlon County
It you think my efforts on behalf
of Democracy and W. J. Bryan In the
campaign of l.'0S and 1000 cntltlo mi
to the nornlntitlon for Representative
to tho Soveuty-seventh general as
sembly of tho Stato of Ohio, I will
certainly app-eclato any effort ou
your part for t.ny support given.
M D. CHASE.
TOR JSTIOE OF THE PEACE.
Tho friends of David Vestal wish tc
announces Ills tame Tor tho notnlna
tlon of Justice of the Peace, subject
to tho decision of tho Democratic vot
ers of Marl'i township, Saturday
Democratic Mass Convention.
township, Marlon county, Ohio, arc
Tho Democratic voters of Marion
hereby notified that the Democrats ol
said township will hold a mass con
vention on Satuulay, August tho 10th
1SJ07, between tho hours of 2 and 4
o'clock P. M nt tho offlco of the
Infirmary Directors In tho Court
Houbo In said county for tho purpose
of placing In lomlnatlon candidates
for tho following offices to be vot
ed upon nt the election to bo held on
the first Tuesday nftcr tho first
Monday In November, 1907.
Two Township Trustees.
One Township Clerk. '
One Township Treasurer. '
Two, Justices .of tho Peaco.
and to pass upon any and such other
business as mav come beforo said
Dated August 3, 1907. '
Hailroads in France and Germany
are patterning after American Hues
and Inn iiur Mmo big wrecks.
Dayton, New York. Pittsburg.
That will toon he the onler of roll
call for cities with ucious citizens.
Vice Piesidont Fail bank's chill
disposition indicate ho has inWsed
his colling, He should be hunting
the north pole.
Eleijting Louis Sohorff mayor
wasj about the best investment Un
people of Mniion Imvo , made foi
Automobilists may think they are
the wliole 'thing, but they must learn
to kpep out of, tho way of express
Cprset manufactiueis aro forming
a combination. It will not bo long
until'' our swain V cannot mako love
without embracing- a trust.
Tho coopers4 lihye' raised the price
of whiskey barrels. "Wo may soon
be compelled to drink water and
run the awful iisk of being drown
ed, 'r i
The fact that the railroad and oil
trusts aio joining? hands to figlit
the government, might be taken to
indicate " there's a nigger in tho
wood- pile." , 1 1
A $cw York girl eludSj the po
lice ojflve iajge ciUi's andjjjjSas inarj,
ried St tho itinn BhlMved.Tho
SlariW force Svas,
An expert accountant lias discov
ered that Mayor Pfaff. of Ashtabula
A nlndfd line bf Pont, flard Al
bams. Fric;s ranging from 10 cents
w Tour Dollars.
I I I
C. G. Wiant
iOOKSELLER AND BTATIONER.
Tfct Xohm t Pet OarAi
urs the r ty n q'taitcr. This ae-
i In i . pair. llw dollars day
ii! , -i. m ior making tho discov-
' i il ji
Lt id claimed that snako bite will
miic cancer and whUkoy is-tlioac-epted
remedy for snake bite, but
10 universal lcmedy for whiskey
has. as yet been discovered.
ptElio difTcienco in tlfo enthusiasm
unnifested over tho coming to Ohio
Tuft and Forakcr may bo taken
is indicative of, the way Ohio re
publicans will volo.
r t It '
Vice President Fairbnnks goi
Comimodoro M. C. Perry's Achieve
ments mixed with those of his
brother, Commodore O. II. Perry.
This Tefrcmbles tho blunder made by
v speaker, who when addressing
Fremont nudienco forgot Hint the
'ate President Hayes was a nalivo
Japanese e.xpcits have been sent
o this country lo leatn something
f our railway system. The Jap'
eing gieat imitators, it might be
veil to have a few wrecks while
hey nio hcie and bet the example
f i educing the nation's fighting
.treiigth beforo that predicted war
FROM THE COMMONER.
Every now and then tho wlelder of
a "big stick" bieps up 10 tho home
plate, raps It a couplo of times and
t.cn Ignomlnioi.siy "siriKes oui.
Tho Japan-no territorial expansion
will not attract a great deal of atten
tion. It Is expansion of the hatband
lhat will give the Japanese a lot of
If the administration 'gets after"
the cigar trust like lt did after the
beef trust and tho merger tho de
mand for clothespins will be vastl
If the new theatrical trust will lim
it the output of some of tho attrac
tions lt will ",o n long ways towards
proving that there Is at least one good
Same old ramo. No tariff revi
sion until after election. And after
election no twin rervlslon because
the people did not demand It during
Judge Llndse. of Denver, says Mr
Guggenheim bought a United States
sonatorship. Mr. Guggenheim did
not blaze any new path when ho per
formed that M'ie stunt.
Tho uprising In Korea ought to
savo us sever. 1 battloshlns. nt lo.iHf
There has b-en a notlceablo subsl-
dncc of wnr talk slnco Janan ant
busy with her dependency.
Senator Foiaker says he Is thankful
that ho has never boon nnminninii tn
any offlco by democrats. Tho sena
tor pays a -ory high tribute to the
discernment of democrats.
Mr. Rocker iller's pastor Informs ub
that wo aro "ilvinir inn f.iut n-n-
clous, wo'vo got to set u ftist paco If
R 3 keen wlthLi rnnrhlnt- ,llu(,.
'he price of Mi. Uookefeller's oil.
A party of Cambrldgo professors
na3 gone to Touth Africa for the
purposo of photogiaphlng tho Martian
anals. They did not waste any
time trying to get a negative of the
. .""J'00 ma" 'ith an elephant lias a
nlgh-class worker," observes tho Butto
Miner, Too tr.ie. ton trnoi ti. -,.
publican elep'iaiU has worked tho pro
ducing ClaS8C8 Of thin .nnnln, . .
frazzle. ' lu
Announcement comes from Oyster
J ay that tariff revision Is not to be
mdertaken untl after election. Tho
nnouncement may result In some
iidlcal revlsun of ante-election es
lanatps. Having gobbled Korna T.nn i.
jeen too honest to talk about "man-
v oesuny or "thrown Into our laps
I y providence. That sort of stuff is
'ft for Olvlllz-.il OirlcHo., ..., .
' "Porhans tho lailroads figure that
i y w,u ipso money at tho two-cent
faro rate becauso timv win i, ...
nay out somo actual cash for now
-.. uU ,Wi ne increased demand for.
transportation facilities. "l
Colonel Rob it Fltsslmmons emerg--
fd from obscur'ty the other day,
ist long enough to demonstrate tho
(ruth of tho ndago that tho pitcher
vnlcli goes toi often tn . ,.,n
gots knocked o.-er the ropea.
HARRIS AT HIS DESK j
HARD AT WORK
Columbus, 0., Aug. 8. Governor
Tarns was 'at his desk this morn
ijr. "I'm feeling god" he said.
I never was tumbled -with nny
hing but a slight cold." Harris
dunged nt onco into work, with
nJwmMmi . ''Miff iw
O o o o o o o o cJ'&acii&iM
THE COUNTESS OF R0SSLYN.
The Couutcss of Itossl.n, who hni Just secured nu nbsoluto dlorce from
jer husband, the Earl of Itoislyn, win formeilj Miss Anna Robinson of Min
neapolis. She had a meteotlc earner o-i the stage, making her debut In "Tho
Ooernor of Kentucky" and winning nnii-h popularity In Now York, London
and Paris and bringing scores of nilmlieri to her feet. She married tho Karl
of Rosslyn In 1001 He, too, had hud a sensational career and has enjoyed
considerable notoriety. He was In the Boer win and was captured by tho
neiny and has beoi ou the stnge, like his former wife. Ills first entry upon
this sphere, was In Austialla as a finny ilnnier When bo came Into the
irldom upon the death of his fathr hh prodigalities were the talk of London.
Such is the Claim Set up by
Some Candidates in
Jackson, Mbw . Aug. 8. .The Dem
ocratic stato cxicutlvo committee met
hero at noon today for tho purpose of
canvassing the returns and declaring
tho result of the recent primary held
in this stato for United States bona
tor and stato oltlccrs.
So close is tho race In thoscnutorlal
contest that interest Is at a fever
E. V Noel U appaiently In tho lead
for governor with Karl llrewcr a closo
hccond, but Charles Scott Is not sat
isfied, and will demand a recount.
For tho past clay or so, thcio have
been rumors vf destroyed ballots and
lost ballot hours, hut theso repoits
have been foun 1 to be without founda
tion. Tho meeting piomlscs to bo sensa
tional. Both sensatorlal candidates
aro claiming that n canvass of tho
voto will show their election. Varda-
man by a bare majority, and AVI1-
Hams' friends by at IcaBt 1000.
Mr. WillUuii arrived today. Con-
gressinan K. J Dowers of tho Coast
district Is also hero In Mr. AVIlllams'
interost, as iro also soer.il of Ills
friends from north .Mississippi, whore
Governor Vnrdaman received some of
ins largest majorities, and it Is said
thoy have Bqmi startling ovldonce In
their possession concerning the Vai da
man voto In Mmt section.
The Vardanun men also claim Ir
legularltles. ALLOWED TO VISIT
HIS DYING CHILD DRUNK
.Montgomery, la , Aug. 8.-Jlold-
opl t ' t v " "'iraP
hIm? AuLd wf'
... U 8 BATTLESHIP, "KEARSArtGE"
Capt.,Hcrbcrt Wlp.low; tonnage, n,; gun., aafspepd, 16 knot.. -
THE MARON DAILY MIRROR,
Ing a telegram containing tho nows
thnt his baby tnuld not llvo two hours,
Opcar nnrlo, nn Intelligent white
convict touch! tho heart of Gov
ernor Comer today. Team ran down
tho checks of tho stricken father, as
ho begged to bo allowed to seo his
child and comfort Uie heartbroken
i;ery man In tho governor's offlco
dried moist oves as tho governor,
father of a largo family himself, turn
ed to his desk mid wrqjc a rclcaso for
10 dayn that tho cqnylct, might go
homo Men who know of tho caso
says tho Imp-lbonmcnti of Earlo Is a
mls'-arrlaKo or Justice and that he
shot a man who was- abusing hi.
Leader of Gang of Burglars
Goes to Sing Sing for
New York, Aug 8.' August Van
rnh,,B. the cemkted leader of a gang
ot burglars who terrorized Nassau
I county icsl.loi.ts for nearly six
.months, has oicn sent to Sing Sing
'Prison for a .crm of 40 years nt hard
.hibor by County Judge Jackson Chrls-
tlau Sthlang, mother member of tho
Rang, who tinned stato's evidence,
WUB bc,lt to Sing Sing prison for 25
.Jears, and his mother. Mrs. Alma
ISchlung, who pleaded 'guilty of re
ceiving stolpn foods, was sent to Au
burn prison for flvo years.
Christian Schlang Is'bnly 19. In
grld Williams, aged 20. tho sweet-
hcut or joung Schlang, who was al
so at rested aul who gavo most ot tho
information .n tonlctlng tho rob-
beis, will ho g.un her liberty. Sho
(I51VB ulin irlll nit.... i... 1. - i..H lH
'Virginia and login f0 unow.
THURSDAY, .AUGUST 8, 1907,
Lady Godlvu Rides Through
London (Pesptouiany A
Protests. Hui tut 3iin
a ' ) . limn
Coventry, Hug., Atig. 8. Mounted
on a white palfroy and decoroilsly
clothed In misses of hair, pink flesh
ings and clouds of gauze, a mod
ern Irfidy Godiva yesterday gac a
representation of tho historic rldo
through the cltv streets.
Coventry h'i'i been Lady Godiva mad
for months. "When a revival of tho
procession, last witnessed In 1887,
was first suggested, thcro wcro many
who desired a strict adherenco to
tradition, oout to tho nudity of Lady
Godiva, but the antl-nudlsts effected
a compromlso and a vaudovlllo actress
whoso specialty is to display herself
In groups of JMng statuary, was en
gaged to represent tho historic bono
factrcs of Coventry. Tho hctrcss,
who Is said to liavo complained that
slio could mako a half a dozen sum
mer frocks out of tho gauzo Bhe was
compelled to war, took an hour and
a, half to arrango her trailing hair
and long draperies and then a special
committee had to approve of her cos
tume beforo sho was permitted to take
her place In the pageant.
Many of tho local clergy who had
been preaching against the fleshings
as being stwgcstlvo of nudity, left
tho city tcmpoiarlly, but most of
tho people of tho county and 100,000
from tho outsldo had a sight of Lady
Godiva, as sho traversed tho six
Lady Godlvi, who flourished about
tho mlddlo of the 11th century, was
tho wife of Lcofrlo, Earl of Chester.
Sho was a woman of great beauty and
piety and tho benefactress of many
churches and monasteries.
According to tho legend, Lady Go
diva begged her husband to relievo
Coventry or , burdensome, tax and
ho consontcd to do so on tho condi
tion thnt sho schould rldo naked
through tho maiket placo. This she
did, covered only by long hair, and
thus won relief for the people.
According to porno versions of the
story, tho peop'o wcro commanded
to keep within their houses while
Lady Godiva paused and only one man
"Peeping Tom." disobeyed and ho
was miraculously stricken with blind
Turkish Troops Continue
Atrocities and . Prusia
Appeals to Russia.
Tehernn, Persia, Aug. 8. Tho
Turkish troops, which recently crossed
tho northwost f-ontlcr of Peisla, are
marching on Urumlab, burning and
dovastatlngvlllorcs along their louto
Tho Chrlstli-'i vlllago of Movan lo
reported to liavn been shelled and 00
porsons, Including women and chll
dicn, uro sttld o havo been killed. Ten
girls woro carried off. A panic pro-
miMb at Urumlah.
Tho minister fo Justice, Prince Fir
ma, has been appointed governor of
tho province of Azerbaijan, tho scene
of tho trouble, and hns beon ordered
to take up his duties immediately.
Tho governmint Is consulting with
tho foreign representatives' regard
ing tho Turkish Invasion.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 8. P
asked tho asdatanco of the Itussian
foreign office to secure a settlement
of hor frontier dispute with Turkey.
Sho claims tint Turkish troops have
penetrated 40 t.illes Into Persian ter
ritory, te.rorizlng tho population.
Tho original survey of tho Turko
Perslan frontier was mado by Rus
sian and Kngllsh surveyors In tho '60s.
tMIXED UP HIS HISTORY
Lakeside. Auh 8. It was a mat
ter of Mime sut prise to his nttentivo
lenierji that in hii sjeech utthe
unveiling of Perry's monument
Monday, Vice PiesidcntiiFflw;b"ksi
not(iu ,liavo madobirwloniiilinti)n
al blunder.- Hot, said :i'frliuh itidnlcV'
of Peny will -i Ions' eurvivo id'
American liwtoiy, not only because,
of what ho did hero in 11 great
emergency! but becanso of tho ser
vico ho lPiidered to his country and
to 'humanity in tho far off Orient.
It was Jio, who 111 command of an
American flewt, opened tha doors
of Japan which wcio closed to mod
ern pivilinlion. ''
The faol are 'that the otM' 1'3IB
Jnpaij was opened in 1853, and OH- himbla 1 008
vor IIn.ard Perry died in 1810, at Miss JeaneVo','LnVnmVrs;',314
Irinidad. Iho pcinmodoro vho ren- Orchard ....,,..." 920
non-U uervicp 10 his eountry 111 tho
wiiont. wan ai, u. i'eny, n hioUier
of the Pnt-in-Hav licro,
ALL THAT'S GOOD IN T1JE CIRCUS WORLD.
MARION, FRIDAY, AUGUST I6T
Presenting under ton acrca of WATER-PROOr TENTS
1500 RARE AND OOSTLY WILD ANIMALS.
DOUBLE HERD OF ELEPHANTS. Ponderous Performing Pach
ydcrma, Presenting a Program Oomiquc of Perfection.
KINO'S BIO REALISTIC WILD WEST.
Introducing 1300 Indians, Cowboys, Scouts and Soldiers, in a Sp'ac
tacu'ar Exhibition of Daro-Dovil Riding, Pancy Roping and Bolo
Throwing, including Captain Trench's Troop of U. S. Oavalry in
Exhibitions of Riding, Monkey Drills, etc., and a band of Sioux
Indians in Scenes of tho Far West.
Tho -Latest Foreign Novelty MR. JAMES DUTTON AND
COMPANY, Grand Spectacular Riding Act.
THE MINERVA SISTERS' Wonderful Aerial Iron Jaw Act.
ROBINSON'S School of Wonderfully Trained Menage Horacs. 12
20 MALE AND FEMALE RIDERS 20
"300 DARING OYMNASTS Nimble Acrobats and Talented Aerl
allots. Tho pick of all Arcnic Celebrities.
FORTY MERRY OLD OLOWNS.
GRAND $300,000 STREET PARADE. T"
3 Miles, of Gold Bedecked Wagons and Ghariot3, Pranc'ng Hones,
Dons of Raro and Costly Wild Animals, and Including the Season's
Nowcst Novo'.ty, a Quarter of a Million Dollar Roproductlo of. tho
Battleships of our Navy.
. THE GRAND
drcn in tho Oast.
THE CELEBRATED BANDA ROMA of G nolotots, under dlr:c
tion of Antonio Ollvcto, give ono hour's musical program before
TWO SHOWS DAILY, RAIN OR SniNE.
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS.
SPECIAL NOTIOE-tfcoplo attending night exhibition, In order
to see mcnag?ric, opening Bpcctaclo and tho big acts, must bo present
not lalcr than 7:30 p. m.
J Tho horses, ponies and wagons loaded at dusk aro used only .in
tho parade, ami aro hurried to tho ncxt "town as "Tho Flying Squad
CANDIDATES AND THEIR
Mrs. Marccllua Kerstetter, 257
Lincoln Ave 81,897
Mrs. Harry FauiKiiur, di5 N.
Miss Mario burke, 289 Bolla-
vuc Ave 1,407
Mxs. Thomas Dwyer, 512 N.
Miss ' Cecelia Mlnougban, 63 1
Mrs. Dcnnlo Drake, 309 N. State
Miss Lizzie Schoechle, 283 Belle-
vuo , 012
Mrs. Lcltoy Zachman, 507 N,
Greenwood ,.. 530,
Sllss Nelllo F. Gill. 138 N.
Miss Mabel Vaughan, 419 N.
Mra. H. A. Blgford, 226 Leader 22,528
Miss Mario Stubor, 243 N.
Prospect .., 3.360
Miss Urmel Bl'iw, 449 Silver . . . 3,348
Misa Ircno Koldonbaugh. 306
N Prospect 2.679
Miss May Sweeney, 604 anver,. 2.214
Miss Anna Hanley, 367 Leader. , 1,564
Mrs. Thomas A. Brooks. 335
Scranton Avo 1.505
Mra. L. E.Noborgall, 769 North
Miss Hattlo "WortB, Garden City
MI6B Agnca Hannlgan, 229 N.
Miss Itoao Harlowo, 336 Silver.. 480
Mlsa Fern C. Noli, 289 N. Proa
Mrs: ,Frank Paddock, 123 W.
Miss Winifred English, 324 Sil
Mrs. C. AV. Uvm. 377 Pearl ... 77.998
Mm. J. Heldenbaugh, 377 Wind-
Bor , 77.C03
Miss Gertrudo Gibson, 215 Pleas-
atlss Edna ailllor, Bennett 1,270
MIbs Berdlno ailllisqr, 451 S.
miss aiargarot Wlxstead. 214
ailss Sadie Humo, 320 S, Pearl.. 420
BALLET - 500 Men, Women and Ohll
Miss Lena Warner 4'M
Miss Flosalo Shurz, 264 W.
Church ..... 290
Mrs. Ida Hnnly, 909 Wood .-.., 105
Mss Gertrudo Converse, W."
Church ' 70
Miss' ItoBctto Knapp, 263 ait..
Vernon Avo , 15,450
Mrs. nila Williams, 616 Dela
ware Ave 1J51
Mrs. Howard , Shaw, 304 E.
Miss Anna Schoenlaub. 2Si h.
Mrs. F. M. Tavonnr, 730 E.
Mrs. J. Howo, SS E. Church ... 156
Mrs. H. E. Peters, S. Grand St.
' ' 150
Miss Louise Kyle, Prospect .... 20,939
Mrs. Ed Hess, Prospect 14,140
Miss Lucy Wnsoorbeck. mall
, Oreen Camp j inn
Miss Thoo Gast. Prosnect . . .'.'.'. 'ann
MIB8 Wlxstead. Grnpn Himi.
JIIss Stglla Kenyon, Waldo . , . . , 310
.'iibo norienso van Osten, Pros
airs. Walter Blbler, aiorral .... 18 984
Mrsi Floyd Ten y. Laltuo 9909
Miss Ethel Johnron, Lafiue s'n
Mlsa Oia Scranton, LaRue" 2 370
MISS Gladys ItUBler. Atrnnfn
airs. Boll Thomnsson, LaRuo " i'i2n
airs. Thomas Cromlv. T.nn,,a " '
MIsb Dale Horton, Agosta ...,'" I l
MIbb Carthy Bell, LaRue ....... 230
Jlrs. aiae Mitchell, aiarton R. p.
" " O .. 27 1ft!
Miss Maud Docker. Caledonia" ' a,.
Mlcoinna Plitman, Caledonia, 14978
. " Aim, Caledonia.. 850
OwrojSENJOI7DJj, M n,
St. Paul, ari.m.. ai.p. o . . .
is.. 5-s. :.?:
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"ay, after heiilnn r--.. " "
petition of tha Rocky Mountain n
.Mephone connanv Lnian Be
irora Injunction restraining thTiw"
""Ions from btueotf inl! , h. labor
tympany. Thii order Is the Z!5
. Sjiko of the women tnff1"'
erajors, rD uji-
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