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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

i m i i 1 ii c 1 r tmli 1SE TmK iMi JUMISWATERWAYPOLIGY NATIONAL RIVERS AND HARBOR9 CONGRESS CONVENES President Tart Delivers Opening Ad dress and Man Other Prominent Men Are -on the Program Washington Dec 7 The opening of the National River and Harbors Congress In the auditorium of the Hotel Wlllard today marked an event second In Importance only to the con- Toning of the federal congress An indorsement of President Tafts Towed intention to do away with the pork barrel appropriations of the federal congress by rivers and har bors organizations will bring a pres sure to bear which will tend toward successful legislation In this direc tion and it is confldently stated will bring about through the betterment of the nations waterways decrease in freight rates which will have a direct effect upon the cost of living When President Joseph E Ransdell called the convention to order several thou sand delegates and visitors were on hand Mr Ransdell In his opening re marks set forth the main p...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

4 i JJtJtJJt JtjtjtjtjtJ Jttjt Jtjtjt THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY DECEMBER 0 1910 Wrappers At Manufacturers Sale Prices During this Manufacturers Sac rifice Sale and in appreciation of past patronage we will give double Atlas Stamps HIMELREICHS 262 W Federal St Across the street from Uwlers Hardware Store tBCXEJ2 1 i 4jtjjtjtjtjtjXi4tJjjtjXj jtjtjtjtijjtJtjXjJt h b hj IHR 1 h 1 1 h klH K 1 h h m 1 H H b 1 IL h a w x JLx1 loJCi DA 1 1 ri The forcing out of business of a New York Manufacturer was water on our wheel and yours Our ready cash bought the goods at 40 cents on the dollar and our customers are to share with us in this immense nur chase of WOMEN S APPAREL Fashionable Fups Our stock meets every demand for serviceability and beauty hi sets or single pieces Mink Fox Opossum etc Beautiful Rug Muf f s We have Furs for ladies misse and children Appropriate Holiday Gifts The real serviceable sort Womens Wearing Apparel are offered by us for little money BARGAIN ST fop fill STORE Po...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

U t M I li i if 1 i 111 Jff t S I IB m V b1 f l fr B I H Hi r FnUIT SALAD DELICTUS FOB CHFtlSTMAS A trail salad for Christmas is as refreshing as a sherbert which is 80 Often eerred between the hearty courses of a dinner and once a houat kMper begins to experiment -with fruit salads there Is practically no end to the variations she may con coct Oranges grapefruit Malaga grapes and bananas are the fruits most frequently used for this purpose and the arrangement may bo as elab orate or as plain as the salad maker chooses When made of oranges or grapefruit the Ideal tray of serving Is In the fruit shells the bottoms be ing trimmed off to insure a Arm foundation After cutting the fruit in halves re move the pulp drain off any excess Juice and dress the pulp with ordinary French dressing using but half the usual Quantity of vinegar Put some tiny white lettuce leaves In these fruit shells put li the pulp and place either a little plume of celery or a bright rod maraschino cherry In the ce...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

a tr hi livfl E3 Eli IM I H f flfe ft f in Km I P S 1 ft Pt r tFt Ear1 3 Br art BCf fJ m rfr lB LylVU A Toast to tho Woman Thats Good Ho gentlemen lift your glasses up Bach gallant each swain and lover A kiss to tho beads that brim In tho cup A laugh for tho foam split over Fbr the soul Is a lllt and tho heart beats high And care has unloosed Its terror Now drink said tho sage for to morrow wo dloj So lots have a toast together Swing the goblet aloft tq the lips let It fall Then bend you tho knee to address her And drink gentleslre to the queen of us all To tho woman thats good God bless her Ob youth Is a madcap and time Is a churl Pleasure palls and remorse follows alter The world hustles on its pitiless whirl With its kisses its tears and its laughter But theres one gentle heart In its bosom of white Dear- love with the tender eyes gleaming Who has all the wealth of my horn- ege tonight Where she Hes in her innocent dreaming And a- watch oer her ever iny spirit shall keep While th...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

i m ft oooooooooooooooo o o O SCHOOL YARD THE MIRROR O 0 o O OF PUBLIC PRIDE O o o oooooooooooooooo By A iB Graham Superintendent Ag ricultural Extension O S U Col umbus It Is not uncommon to find In the dwelling bouse nnd grounds surround ing It a manifestation of pride in keeping private property In repair Tho dwelling house and barn out buildings and fences make some show of an appreciation of tho beau tiful From year to year more good taste Is being displayed In ornament al plantings and In tho keeping of the lawn Many years ago evergreens were planted directly In front of tho resldenco completely hiding It from view In somo places these have been cut away from the front of the house making it tho central point of observation Local prldo also mani fests Itself in clean fenco rows grav eled driveways and in mowed road sides No ono will deny that it takes some natural or acquired taste time and pains to make the homestead ap pear well to those who live in the community and to the ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

If EYE HOT PATRIOTIC ENOUGH Oculists 8econd Attempt Procures for Him Decoration From Haitian Emperor During the reign 61 Emperor Sou lougue In Haiti one of his generals wrote to an eminent oculist In Paris ordering a glass eye The oculist flat tered himself that a successfully con structed artificial optle would secure for him a- decoration of honor by the Hatlan government accordingly he devoted his entire skill to the produc tion of a work of art Six months after the shipment of the eye to Haiti the oculist received a small box from Haiti In his Imagina tion he pictured the golden testimonial to his skin so it was with horror that when he had Unwound the folds of cot ton la the box he saw returned his work of art A letter accompanied the box Among other things It said The eye you have forwarded me Is of a tint that resembles that of the Spanish flag and I am too patriotic to wear any but the color of my coun try Whereupon the oculist proceeded at once tothe admiralty where he asce...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

st fc i i EI i M f WORK OF YEAH REVIEWED BY THE PRESIDENT i Affairs of State Are Dealt With at Length in Annual Message IUT LITTLE ABOUT TARIFF President Discusses Work I Tariff Board Ship Sub 1 sidy Is Urged Work of ON PANAMA CANAL Hewd of Legislation Anticipating Com pletion of the Ditch la Pointed Out Change In Postal Rate Parcels Post and Postal 8avlngs Economy Urged Washington Dec 6 President Tsfts annual message to congress contained 40000 wordsand Is said to fee the longest document of its kind Tor written In It he rovlews the rork of each of the administrative sfepartmentt beginning with the stato atopartment He devotes considerable pace to the satisfactory settlement f the fisheries dispute with England -through tho medium ol the Hague -Tribunal and recounts both the his tory of the fisheries dispute and tho establishment of tho tribunal In connection with tho stato depart cent he tells of the important poll Heal happenings of the past twelve months throughout tho ontlro wo...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

1 I W W LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Oatfcered la Town Connty iad Netihborhood Todays EHs patch is In two sec tionssixteen pages Mrs I C Bartholomew died last Saturday In Vienna of paralysis aged 15 years For selling boozo In dry Warren Mayor CraVer soaked Nick Baba 50 -and costs A mad dog at Paynes Corners Trumbull county bit several hogs and a number of them have died ol rab ies E- Hartzell of North Benton the other day klled flvo hogs six months Old that drpsnnri 1 rn ni each uuuo n 2 C Davls an daughter Marie of Mineral Itldge formerly of Canfleld are recovering from a se vere Illness A E Myers former Nlles city died Sunday of typhoid fever aged 48 years His wife and three children survive him Mrs John Quale of Ravenna on her way home Sunday night with her grandson from a neighborly visit was struck by an Erie passenger train and killed Wm Jaxques 83 years old died In Leetonla Monday of pneumonia His wife and five children survive him Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon Mineral Ri...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 9 December 1910

li if r e f S 1 - V K I rROB FOR SHORTS feul rJtefZrMQt OW our baby had never encountered a locked door The lovesome pit pat of his busy feet was herald at whose coming every door In tho house swung open and over thresholds ho went Into assured weU comes But we were plan ning a tree And the library door was locked Ha paused In his as cent of the stairs to button In a button that mould not stay buttoned It required I much time and he Bat down on tho step and with all his ten fat wee fin ders labored Then Das a doodle boy he objurgated himself as he resumed his climb of the stairs the Ibutton buttoned Das a daryln ylttle gentleman I He shook tho knob Waited Jug iglng on the toes of him and discoun ting to NIcodomus The door remained closed Two fat palms smoto It wrathfullr Open he commanded psaso open dls door Nobody answered ylttle boy he wheedled at keyhole zere olnt nobody loves lm Nlcodemus yapped and made feints at desertion when a dog barked out side Fawned back and licked tho f...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

BEFORE PLACfNQ YOUR ORDER For Job Printing call on or write The Mahoning DlspatcL for estimates Modern type faces machinery and methods are employed and satisfac tory results are guaranteed Prices are right too Terms 100 a Tsar y rOL XXXIV I WASHINGT0NVI1XE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold School Paragraphs R B Maxwell will furnish Christ mas trees for rooms 1 and 2 Stocking caps are Just the thing for coasting It 1b very gratifying to the teach ers lo see the growing tendency to make more use of the library books Natural gas ought to bo Introduced Into all the rooms for the dark and cloudy days A large mirror could also bo placed In the hallway to advantage so that pupils could look to their appearance when going Into school and going out upon the street A great educator once said Girls and boys must have some way to give vent to their surplus energy and enthusiasm Since coasting Is an Innocent and Jolly amusement the Academy hill has the right grade and is handy to the main schoo...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

fc f t ir BLACK OR BROWN CONEY MUFFS OR SCARFS WERE 500 FOR BLACK CONEY RUG MUFFS WERE 750 FOR I The FordyceOsborne Co t Greatest Exclusive Dry Goods Bouse Voungstown Ohio i t m 1 1 t 1 1 n COMING AND GOING ttttt 1 ir day J Dcardsley was In Poland Mon Perry Toot was In tho metropolis Monday Aaron Wlesner was In Voungstown last Friday C H Murphy was a Youngstown visitor Tuesday Mrs D C Dickson was a Youngs town visitor Monday Miss Amy Jones was a Youngs town visitor Tuesday Martin J Neff was In Youngstown Wednesday afternoon Mrs P A Beardsley was In Youngstown Wednesday L C Skelton took tho Monday morning train for Alliance McKlnley Skelton was In Youngs town last Sundny afternoon W Jarvls Smith of Pittsburg was In the vlllago several days this week Mrs I Callahan and Mrs C H Miller spent Tuesday in Youngstown Miss Hannah Ferrell went to Nlles Monday to visit her sister Mrs O B Fales J S Harding called at the Dispatch office while over from Ellsworth last Saturday Jefferson DIehl of ...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

HOME HAPPENINGS The Dispatch clubbing rates are famished on application Telephones have been placed in the residences of M Lee and Alfred Williamson The board of county fair mana gers -will meet intown hall Canfield en Saturday Many of our subscribers are send ing the Dispatch to friends for a Christmas gift John Delfs Sons and Callahan Neff each shipped a car load of hides this week Many people enjoyed the chlck enpie supper served by the ladles of the Christian church in town hall last Saturday night Dont fail to hear the beautiful cantata The Adoration to be ren dered by the Beethoven Oratorio So ciety in College Chapel next Monday night Nearly every afternoon and eve ning great crowds of -girls and boys Are out skating The beautiful moon light nights add much to the pleasure of the sport Curtis Cramer has purchased Dr William Dicksons farm of 126 acres south of the village now occupied by Fred Heschelman and will take possession next spring Christmas entertainments in the villag...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

f r -1 F A 7 13 M Circumstances and lawyers alter Wet A clean fine may save the bouse from burning down Anyway the unwritten law seems to have a lot written about It We are a good deal happier because of a lot of things we dont know Without the theddlng of blood there seems to be no way of conquering the air Brag about a girl to her female friends If you would discover her faults The Seine seems to have acquired the Ohio river habit In getting over banks If you cant get what you want why dont you quit wanting ItT It la merely a state of mind When the doctor tells a man to diet the patient proceeds to refuse all the things he dislikes An airship that will break down without falling Is one of the crying necessities of the age A regular feature of the Monday morning papers Is the list of dead and Injured among Sunday autolsts Laura Jean Libber who advocates the MssleBs courtship Is pushing the most unpopular propaganda on record It Is alleged as proof of a New York mans Insanity that h...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

r tj F fl vm m SILK LINED KID GLOVES 98 Gents FLEECE LINED KID GLOVES 98 Cents tAfolSi 247 V Federal Street LOCAL NEWS ITEMS dithered la Town County and Nelfhborhood Only eight more shopping days until Christmas Santa Claus novcr had moro fit ting -weather than this for his prelim inary operations Minerva schools and chtrches aro open after being closed on ac count of several cases of scarlet fev cr In the town Tho now Christian church In Cortland will bo dedicated Jan 1 Ilov M I Dates president of Hiram College will deliver tho dedicatory address C F Finney 80 years old died In Warren last Friday night Tho re mains were taken Tuesday afternoon to Brlstolvllle where ho long resid ed for burlnl Failure to recelvo the Dispatch regularly should bo reported to the publication ofllcc Wo aim to glvo ev ery subscriber Just hat ho pajB for 02 papers In a year Subscribers In arrears will con fer a great favor by promptly remit ting To lssuo a paper llko tho Dis patch costs a lot of money and...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

ft I I I K ISSUED WEEKLY C C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription One Year 100 EMx Months 60 Three Months 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 150 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain aaents and the like -whore an admis sion fee Is charged will be charged for at the rate of one half cent a worn These must be paid for In advance or changed to responsible parties order big Ure same FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1910 SIXTEEN PAGES Hon John H Clarke of Cleveland formerly of Youngstown Is being boomed etrong by his host of friends throughout the state for U S sena tor In case of deadlock between the avowed candidates Fomerene and Hanley there seems to bo every like lihood that Mr Clarke -wilt be called Its a great rush Ohio democrats are making to get next to the pie counter The places at the disposal of newly elected state officers are numerous some of them with meager salaries attach...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

Kens heavy fleece lined Underwear sold at 50c the world over spe cial price 28c Mens 350 Dress Pants perfectly tail ored in cassi mere and fan cy worsteds in the latest styles special price Mens 100 Dress Shirts with or with out collars in coat styles lat est designs and materials spe cial price 39c Mens 350 genuine Eng lish Curduroy Pants peg tops and cuffed or straight bot toms belt straps and side buckles special price HEX i Mens 10c Work Sox extra heavy special price Buckeye Notes I Cincinnati Two men nro said to bo dying and 11 others aro in jured as tho result ot an accident in tho Union Trust Co building hero duo to tho blowfng out of tho cylin der head In tho big engine that gen erates light and beat for tbo building Newark Charles Tyrer a sheet metal worker wbo had been blind in lixls right oyo for a year blow bis nose and his eight was restored Tyrer suffered paralysis of tbo right eye lid Tbo lid shut tight Some thing snapped when ho blew his nose Tbo ltd resumed its norm...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

w fr 1 I l r i v f I i 1 r In f i I It iff E K life- ft i r a MLr If ft iHk32 f ft hb3 tu QtW Ij AQpt m CHILDRENS SWING Free Premium With 350 in Trade MEERSCHAUM PIPE Free Premium With 5 in Trade GUITAR Free Premium With 20 in Trade GOLD MANTEL CLOCK Free Premium With 15 in Trade THE MAHONING DISPATCH FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1910 PREMIUMS FOR YOU SOMETHING FOR NOTHING jwnjt9BeBniiuili aBomioiM9 imoiuawiM aA gee l1t9XXl4fe9 AS HR Coupons ONE COUPON WITH EVERY 25c PURCHASE AS GOOD AS BANK CERTIFI CATES HERE ARE ONLY A FEW OF OUR PREMIUMS eewnMiPoo fiHT HUlferiR aST JBHHyHR it J 1 It B1 THE GREAT ANNUAL RIDDLE- ATT 4 to 12 III M iMHHBH TF SWEATERS 50c to 6 taps Ay If Is Easily Soved at Our Store The best Gifts for Men Boys or Children Things that are Useful as Well as Ornamental Gifts that are sure to be Highly Appreciated Are Here in a hundred forms YOU CANT GO WRONG AT OUR STORE Let Us Help You Decide UmJ22I23B5a35aX2X3 A MHEX39 itU mm UGGEST Make Your Selections Early While the Picking i...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

S f fSf f PSjfT Christmas Day To rule And reign with gentle sway The King of Love uas born today No pxltce atts enclosed him round But In manger was he found That to the -boastful world might tee The greatntss of humility He cxme child In lovely grace That to A child might seek his ftcet So poor tots he the humblest bom Might come vlihout a fetr of Scorn To Jill mankind he showed the way And ushered in the dawn of day And to with grtltful love tnd praise We hall this blessed day of days The childrens joy the poor mans feast The star of hope o greti And least t When holy Angela come to earth And sing Anew a Saviors Mrthl Give 56 t SHOP GIRL Dmj ffafe irises fT N an ozcellent short story published not I long ago 0 Henry gave to his shop girl heroine a colossal cnar acter emphasized that In her were combined tho notablo attributes of Hercules Joan of Arc Una Job and Lit tle Red Riding Hood And nt this season of tho year glad Christ mas days It easily might seem to a less sympathetic pe...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

r im fc f i r 1 ft if n r if t EDITORS PAPtAbSE 2HO00OK0OKHO Frodoriek C Beyer a well known Cleveland editor told at a recent press banquet a newspaper story A Medina editor died he said and waa of course directed to as cend to the Abode of the Just But during the ascent the editors Journal istic curiosity asserted Itself and he Bald la It permitted for one to have a look at er the other placeT Certainly was the gracious re ply and accordingly a descent to the other place was made Here the editor found much to interest htm He scurried about and was soon lost to view His angelic escort got worried at last and began a systematic search for his charge He found him at last seated before a furnace fanning him self and gazing at the people In the are On the door of the furnace was a plate saying Delinquent Subscribers ers Come said the angel to the edi tor we must be going You go on the editor answered without lifting his eyes Im not com ing This is heaven enough for mo Loulsvlllo Times O...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 16 December 1910

HEAD OF THEORY HERD An Ihferler Bull Sura to Prove Costly Investment The average farmer who l raising his own dairy calves little appreciates the net cost of a cheap wr inferior bull when In search of an animal to head his herd This is well Illustrat ed In n herd of dairy cattle of -which we have very accurate data as to the flow of milk and the amount of hatter fat produced Caring the past four gen erations writes Professor At W Har per of Cornell university In this particular herd the condi tion Bnch as the breeding of the cows the feeding nnd the management were as even throughout the four genera tions us could be obtained In practice so that any marked lncrdase or de crease In tho production of the off spring can bo credited to the sire used The first sire under observation got three producing females that averaged 290 pounds of fat a year The second bull even excelled the first as he got nine producing females that averaged TJDDEIt OF A GOOD JKItSKT O0W 002 pounds of fat a yenr...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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