OCR Interpretation


The Marion daily mirror. (Marion, Ohio) 1892-1912, January 11, 1908, Section Two, Image 10

Image and text provided by Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88077573/1908-01-11/ed-1/seq-10/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE TEN

. " .
A
y ,
IV,
m
m
IH'i
ra
ii
t
w
if
1
r.
5v.
F
Y.
1"
1
i'
I'
i'-if.
-t-i
PAGE TEN
SIR THOMAS UPTON AS A SOLDIER.
Sir Tliomns LIpton, who will mnkc another effort to lift the America' ctip,
Is generally thought of as n yachtsman or ItuslnesH lniin, neliloin as a soldier.
Yet In his exertions to excul In many ileitis he has not neglected that of the
warrior. He Is a colonel of the Kind's yeomanry and spends thirty-one days
,ontof every year in camp. Ills military costume can scarcely he called us be
coming to lilin as that In which he appears on the deck of a yacht.
haw jm in i ihi iiu i ii i ii i nil ' i' i Tii mi"i ir r-iTirrifTrw mrrrril
MISS VIRGINIA HARNED.
Count Tolatot'a masterpiece, "Anna Knrenlna," Is one of the treats to be
njoyetl this season by American theater goers. This powerful novel by the
greatest of Uusstan authors Is presented in a stage version In Now York. Thu
loading woman in the company producing the drama Is Miss Virginia llarned,
whowj excellent work In "Iris" and other strong emotioual ro)3 la well reuieui
tiered throughout the country.
MPmWKm
Biff wmk v m?tmM
BlNBlHl
' mWtmWH$0m
XT
CAPTAIN JOSEPH
Joseph Bnllard Murdock, cotniiiander
;ulso of Hear Admlutl Kvans' Heel to
protected (irnlser Denver. Jlo was
the navy from MnxtaolutuettK in ibtlt).
M 109J and later was advanced to tliut
mssiE"
B. MUflDOCK.
of tl,o latleDliln IthOilo Islund In the
I'aclllc walern. formerly commanded
horn In f'oiiuectluiit and was appointed
He reached the grade of coiumuuder
of cautnln.
riI13 AUMON
Bill ' '"
iSmK' v Mil
'CVJIl 11.11 I -"J"- """''" "
At.rmmt. i nrti nvvm
AN cgclablePrcparalionrorAs
slmilalfag tltcFbotfanilReduta-
llttg Uic S tontachs andDowils of
SScil
Promotes DigeslionJCfa ciful
ncss and Keslontalns ncitter
Opium.Morpltine norrL'aeral.
Not Narcotic, j
t
to' 'in
f2fr J
TO "
W
ftnrplM Sccd
jlhi.Sa.Tl iltlWMattStfa
Jl'ermSced'
OaultiSjar'
"!". a!
'"ift'lAI
my
tf6
iVO
0,1
5ft'
Apcrfect Remedy forConsflpa
lion , Sour Sloniacii.Dlarrlwca
awlLossorSiiEEP.
FacSMc Sfgnature oT
SfflS
f.do -
Is?!!!
Ii
NEW YORK.
BeSiS
SS
1 fin i ', , I
aw
Tmranteed under iKcTSo
a
l!Afit6MSKJi"'
.... .kJi.v."r,ji-j:!
Exaa Copy of Wrapper.
W. C. T. U.
mk
h3Fi tv riiT'nVTitfM
3M
Devolod to the Interest of Christian and Temperance
Work, Under tho Supervision of Francis Willard
W. G. T. U. and Directed by Mrs. Dr DAgan
to Whom all Communications for This
Column Should bo Sont.
Concerning tlio numerous flstlo
ovents in tho saloons In Mt.Vor
uon over Chrlstmns tho Mt. Vernon
Repulblcan says: ."N'umoroua rights
occurred In various saloons and ou
the streets Tuesday night and
Wednesday. "When tho proprietor
of one saloon attempted to oject n
boisterous young man from his
ulnce tho disturber kicked tho
Shss out of tho door. Another
voung man walked Into a saloon
lust as n fight started and received
i blow over the eye. One man was
taken to lull, too drunk to stnnd
nnd a small hoy, evidently his son
was In tho patrol wagon with lilm.
AVhon such things are an almost
overydnv occurrence, tho wonder Is.
not that tho "no saloon" sentiment
is growing In Ohio, but that It Is
not overwhelming,' ,
And It came to pass ns a certain
man Journoyed from the cradlo to
tho grave ho fell nmtulg snloonkcop.
nrn who robbed him of his monoy
ruined his good name, destroyed
his rensin and then kicked, him out'
worso than dead, A moderato drlnk
"r emtio that way, and whon ho
"aw hint, lie said, ire Is but n
log; tho' served' him right. Let
'Mm dlo: ho Is a surso to his' fam.
lv. ' And also a license voter camo
that way. nnd whon ho saw him ho
"Id '-The brute! rut a boll and
-bain upon his leg and work lilni
-n tho street." And n fanatic tee
totaler imuio that way and when
'io saw blm ho lind compassion on
Mm. nnd raised him up, assisted
Mm to his home and mlnlstored
to his .vants nnd tho wants of his
fntnilv. not 1'lm to slcn tho pledge
ind started hint on his Journoy In
"omfort mid hnnpiness, x
Who, think you, was the grcator
Mend to humanltvtliH snloonkeop.
r tho modornte drinker, the llconso
voter or Iho fnnatle teetotaler?
. .T. flordon, T), T).
Tho friends of loinpornnco can
nsk for no hotter aid to their work
In Sundiy closing throughout tlio
country than tho position of tho
saloon olniont in Chicago at the
t-resent tlmn, .In speaking or tho
law.loss and defiant attitude of tho
brewers, and saloonkeepers, Stuto's
Attorney John ii, Ilealy, of Illi
nois, said,
"Tho Jjiw of the stato Is clear
beyond a question. Over a year ago
I tod th" h-nwers of Iho city that
Mioy woro breeding a condition of
iffalrs In Chicago that would even
tually wlpo them out or buslnoss
nnd that Is the sltuaton thoy have
brought out today. Thoy say tho
""loon Is, tho poor mnn's club nnd
thorororo, wo B)10u,i not ,i0rivo
Mm or solnco pn Sunday, That. Is
a most ''nllartous argument. Tlio
men who works nil day usually hns
n family, and tho best place for
him ls(.tt home op Sunday, gottlnf?
nenuoljitod with his family, nnd
saving ills monoy,"
When wo romombor that a largo
DAI I A' MIRROR, HATl'IMAY,
CASTORIA
For Infante and Children,.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
CASTORIA
thi otNTiun oouHV, new YORK citt.
COLUMN
majority of tho offenders that ap.
pear In our courts ro young men
and women between tho ages of
seventeen nnd twenty-flyo, that, of
Itself, Is food for thought. Now,
young men and womoir who aro
most susceptlblo to the tomptatlons
of tho Sunday saloon nr" those who
have only that day to spend togclh
(V. Sunday comes, and olthor be.
cause of the Inhospitable atmos
phero In their own homos or be
cause of lack of privacy thero, they
feel compelled to seek somo othor
plnco In which to pass tho itlmo.
Here Is whero tho Sunday saloon
reaps Its harvest and whore, ac.
cording to tho courts, a largo ma.
jorlty of tho young mon nnd wo
men who later join tho criminal
class got their start. As one stato 's
nttornoy says, "When you put tho
lid down hard on tho liquor traffic
or w'pe it out altogether, then you
cap practcn'ly closo your courts."
'flint is what tho good pooplo of
tho country aro praying for- nnd
what thoy reel undor God thoy nro
making large strides townrd. And
lust ns tho tyranny or John and
Iho bigotry of tho Stnnrts gnvo
KiiKlnud her most chorlshod Instru
ments of liberty, so v tho lawless
ntfjl'ldo of tho Chicago liquor
interests nro rousng'tho people of
that cltv to a point which threatens
to break the bonds of nppotlto and
sweep nwny tho shackles or tho sa
loon TTomo dlornld or December
2r, lf)07.
A special from T.oudonvllln to
tho Shrove News last Friday says;
"T.miilnnvllle wan considerably
stirred .up on Mondny on npeunt of
u Herman preached at tho Oorman
Lutheran church Sunday evening
by Iter. ("r. C. Schaub. Tt will bo
romoinbored thnt Itov. Schaub 's tyre.
decessor was not an ardonf nntl-'.
saloon advornto and In fnqt ho. was
ory liberal on tho subject and tho
open stnnd of tho prcsont occupant
or '(lie pulpit magnifies tho situa
tion. Jlov, Sell nub took for his sub
ject "Saloons or Loudo;ivIUo" TIo
prefaced his sermon bv savlnc thnt
he had not slept nights for pondor.
ing over the subject, Tlo furthor
mid that he felt a duty pressing
upon him nnd ho woujd say what
ho thought right-on tho subject
if ho wero shot on tho snot, flo
Intimated that ho knew the' bit
ter feeling exicMng In ronrtonvliln
I nnd tho danger of boldness op JTfo
iHiMcoi,, no Hnia bo had boon
cnlled upon to pronch soveral fun
lirnla tho pnst year nnd tlio illjWt
ciuno of death was tho drink ovll
Tie Rnld that thero aro families lii
i.oiuionvlllo thnt have no bread, not
rn.oii!?l; ontl to keep thotp, warm
nnd If thoy have If is probably urn
on hi for lpcauso of tho liquor
habit lp these homos.
.Ho related a story whom a man
went Into u sloro and asked for a
pnTP of Ftonklngfi, Tho morchnnt
sold tho prlco was 10 cents and ho
Raid, "I can not afford that-"
c Jf
x Ji.r
.f r Mai
JANUARY U 1003.
then the merchant said here Is a
pair for 5 cents, lie- again said,
"I eon not afford that', leav
ing the sloro ho went directly to
a saloon and laid down 5 cents
at a tlmo until .ho had spent 80
aiihIh t 4nt1 TTa tin til fit tltA
lowest rstlumtp It costs m.nnn n
year to run the- saloons In Lou.
tlonvlllo. How; much bettor, said
the speaker, would It bo If this
monoy were put In a library, a
factory and thus furnish , good
reading and keep tlio boys and
girls employed and at homo. Near
the dud of his sermon, Ttev. Schaub
nsk for an expression, first for all
those who were opposed to a voto
tfO8ti ou. until, 'oso.tti ios.iod o9u("?
v. ion pun ospu oi uoji?nnb otti "
nil those to rlso who wore In favor
of having a voto taken and at least
tltren.fourths of the audience stood
'p. Tlio Inrge church was crowded
to Its utmost capacity,
FLOWERS CURE FOR INSANITY.
Blooms Used In Experiments with
Those Whoe Minds AreAffecffcd.
Now York. There seems to bo no
end to what may be expected In tho
lino of new treatments for vnrious dis
eases. Tho latest hero is tho "llowor
cure" for lnsnno patients, which Is be
ing tried at ono of tho city's great
asylums. Common or garden flowers
nro the medium used, nnd experi
ments nro being carried on to de
termine the psychological vnluo of vn
rious blossoms In the trcntnient of pa
tients. It has been found thnt (low
ers are. or gtent benefit to the Insane
and tlio product of tho largo green
houses which aro maintained is scat
tered through tho asylum in profusion.
In some cases a single rose lias been
found to bo moro efficacious in its
soothing effect than opiates and strait
Jackets. The beneficial Influence of
flowers, while never absent, It Is as
serted, varies In different Individuals,
women as a rulo being moro suscepti
ble than men. Color in vnrious blos
soms seems to bo a prlmo factor In
tho new treatment, nitlibugh experi
ments ,hnvo not reached the point
where n certain1- flower can be pro
scribed for a certain kind of mental
affliction.
LIONS. BEFORE CONSUMPTION.
Philosophical View of Life lo Taken by
Woman Animal Trainer.
Atlanta, Qa. "I would rather bo in
"the cngo with my lions when death
conies," said Hose Reynolds, the- ani
mal tralnor, as her anklo and log woro
being dressed the other night In her
dressing-room In tho rear of Iho
Ocorgo Rollins' wild animal show,
which guve an exhibition hero.
Miss Reynolds' ugly wounds- woro
Inflicted by tho clows of Louis, tho
wild African lion, In thd last act. Tho
midlenco knew nothing ot tho acci
dent. They had seoiT the big beast
Btrlko out nnd catch one of the girl's
legs nnd had seen nor rolenso It, but
they thought It wan. only a part of tho
program. !Iss Reynolds' leg and
ankle were badly torn.
"Something seems to tell mo," 3ho'
said, "thnt somo day the lions' will
kill mo, but what Is tho difference?
Death has to coipo to nil of us, somo
time, some way. I would rather bo
killed by ono of the animals than to.
die from some wnsling dlseaso llko
consumption."
Miss Reynolds Is a tall blonde
about HO years of nge, nnd sho goes
Into a cogo with ten lions who have
been In captivity only ono year.
TOO LAZY TO SIGN NAME.
Philadelphia Drummer Reaches the
Limit on Abbreviation.
"There's the laziest man who over
signed a hotol register," romnrkod C01.
I'cacock, tho veteran managing clerk
uf the Hoffman houso at Now York,
Indicating a large, well-set-up stroller
about the corridor.
"He's n drummer for a big Philadel
phia silk house, and his name is Sam
uel Parker Sedgowlck ISlllott. When I
first know him, ten years ago, ho used
to sign lita full namo In a very delib
erate and careful mannor, using con
siderable flourish. A couple .of years
after ho began to abbrbvlute it slight
ly, llko this:
" 'Snnuiol P. O. Elliott.'
"The following trip disclosed n fur
ther slight elision, '8. P. CI. Hlllott.
. "Coming in ono night rather late, he
.ook tho proffered pen and wrote 'Sam
Rlllott.'
"On his arrival hero last weok I saw
o had tho habit Incurably, and thero
was no hope for him wlmtovor. Horo
!o what he scrawled: 'S, Klliot.' "
Gcrmany'o Mash Industry.
Consul T. 11. Norton of Chomulta
writes regarding flenuany'a mask In
dustry: "Thero Is an extonslvo de
mand for roasts throughout GormUny
for the curulvul season nnd other incr
ryniaklng occasions. In central Ger
many thero are soyoral lmgo estab
lishments dovoted exclusively to .man
ufacturing this nrtlclo. Theymct only
meet the needs of. Germany's trado but
also supply a very largo demand fron
foreign countries. The materials used
in mask making aro chiefly pasteboard
and gauze, with small amounts of slllt
I and wire, Enoh establishment em
ploys Its own urtlsts, nnd thero Is n
constant offort to place novelties on
tho markot. It Is largoly duo to tho
great variety of thesa novel designs
that a promising trudo with the United
States bus grown Up during recent
yours, which' Is reported to bo stead
ily Increasing. ,
- .. .
etms. E.
' Jmttce of the Peace special attentlen iivei t cUec
Hens office 107 12 Seuth Mein St. over Haberiaaii'e
Hardware. Telephone L. 1160. ' '
Office Hours
FRED W.
Fire Insurance Agency
No. 110 1-2 South Main St.
SURETY BONDS ISSUED.
watch loses or gains time il must be correctly regulat
ed. If it needs cleaning or repairing of any sort, jt
should be done by a Competent Workman. Exper
ience and Skill make a workman Competent. We
Warrant competent treatment for the most costly or
the most humble" timepiece.
El DUrfrilO Optician.
' Weot Center Street.
LOW PRICES ALWAYS
PREVAIL HERE
It is our hobby to always give
our customers the best at lowest pos
sible prices, and with this aim in
view we ofler for Saturday
Best Boiling Meat 5c
Best Pot Roast 9c
These special prices good at
both stores and for Saturday ly.
The Marion Provision Co.
N. Main
A "WARM"
2000 lbs. Clean lump Coal
20 HO lbs. stove Coal
2000 lbs. Chtstnut Coal
2000 lbs. Pocahontas lump
PRICE &
luildera Supplies
'
FOR
rim mr7Tyrr r
Ct Ctt I DVLI Y
)
!:
SPECIAL STOVE PRICES
SEE OUR WINDOW
HMMNN'S
''
,v
GOMPF
T4
8:00 li:30 a. m.
1:00 5:30 p. m.
6:30 8:C 0 p.,m.
w.
PETERS
WATCH!
Dots your watch kap
correct time all tha
time. "
There Is No Reason Why
any watch should not do if.
A watch is a most dejicate
plecq of machinery. Ordi
nary attention and dure wi'l
materijilly lengthen the life
of Any Watch, If yoiir
Al
fc " ,
V
I v nf nr
i
E. Center
PROPOSITION
- 94.00
S7.50
- $7.50
- -.J5.50
HURLEY
Drain TH
Tho rouutln pon with no looaa
imrtp or lonky Jolnta, Filled In
a Jiffy. This moans that
wmi T1IK wArroRsuN
t,,n''e ,B a "arrol' of InH alway
reaily,, No blots. No scratches,
TtCKRNEN BROS., Drufflst.
r i.
r -,
1-
X
i
lf
t
I
C- '. .tlrl r
V
i '.&'..?
" I if. .-".. IriMVb "
".'.
.- .
f1?-ytr
i.'&'i
'i
w;
' t. u ' ,r V 'X
' . ; &m;.: mmmoiT,M'' w
M
Jti. "1
AaMJj&1-- Jlj-,!LLxrA ,
'md,Zht-JL
'?!M
1 jvi .... . , 'f ifi.iJ'A'i ?J t. ttlawkwm.ji v. i i
; "t-.

xml | txt