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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 25 October 1912

I I It 4PPvsf ff- wtm A w euro for canoer has bn dla tverd again Ohicftfo women smllo naturally whether It helps their looks or not Another man has drunk a quart of whiaky at a sitting Ho too la dead Trance gets a new cabinet moro fluently than many a man gets a nw Eat The American farmer will be plea d to know that ho Is worth nearly Dine billion dollars If the tip trust provokes tho traYt Ing men to effective resistance It wlll not have lived in vain It Is Bald that Yalo will havo a record breaking crew Accent on the roord or on the breaking Russia has Imprisoned a man for writing a volume of poems Are there after all virtues In autocracy Prof Lowell tells us that he- has dis covered frost on Mars but most of us nave discovered frost closer to home An English preacher has discovered a cure for snoring An old fashioned dig In the ribs works pretty well some times Wasp soup Is said to be a delicacy in China but Yuan Shi does not ap pear to relish the hornets nest he has stirred up L...

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. — 25 October 1912

fr Rl fc i PI V lit WirJS JOOOOOOOOOOOOOC We are Headquarters for BED BLANKETS See the qualities we have to offer and the low prices that prevail S H J DICKSON General Merchant Phone 13 OANFIBLD 0 30QOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOO0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS R Lewis of Warren had a jaw broken at Salem last Saturday while playing football The wide awake Warren Chron icle has Installed a perfecting press to better handle its rapidly growing circulation Harry Snilthman is in jail in War ren charged with criminally assault ing Edna Bloomer near Newton Falls last Saturday This county will bo well repre sented at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Ohio Teachers Associ ation in Cleveland Friday and Satur day Ed Parks has quit the Warren police force because he and Chief Flowers did not get along pleasantly together as guardians of the citys peace While Edwin Silver of Alliance was playing football at McKeesport Pa last Saturday he had his skull fractured and death resulted In a 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. — 1 November 1912

i BS r 2JCfllkihi j hi F1PIIU JIBPtPlWPfllP1 lt rH8XId6 a Yar m r y Aitlnpa ltors to aVstand8tl pbllowlni crtViWeP Cthe teams Pft wABbQgM 8 J Btrc Candle XG l iii M R n p viwr - T--- 5rJ Grim- U 7 r - 1 iinirvmuiH i ik i - OBIklDIWI Cl J IHBllBlllEIV t H 9 i ll i rr T TW T WHWSn - -A t Wl L ui rr II ASHINGarOMVILLE vV Mis Bertha Lewis waB m Canton Frlaay iirBQ6fg6i Lenta of Salem visited here riilay The fliSJ snow o the season fell ThursdayOct24 E wereiri Salem SundftyV mfc ThtJmasl tteaton is making needed repairs on nis uweiiing L C Bkolton of Caiinbld called here Saturday wlridlttg U the weeks lhess v Victor dlrard of Sharon Pa Is spending a few days among old Irlends heroi JlhtahdMrs Fred Crook and son Robert bt North Lima called on rel ative here Sunday Stephen Delves has secured work at bile of thb mines and will Teslde here during the winter Mrs aulla Baker now residing lri East PaleBtiner mingled with old friejidsthere Friday andSatiirday A largetrdiit porch is helhg built a...

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. — 1 November 1912

r ft i I ir t tiS x far It tfc IK if SM Suit and Coat News Youngstown Ohio One on Father Brightness personified is little Johnny Pule Certain friends of the w Hwr nnnlfiA him MltlQ1 ni OOnMnllH ftUIUll WULIRJUC1 1II1U uvmw wwww I but thats quite another story At any rate he is the pride of his fath ers heart and Pule Br invariably re fers to tho youngster as a regular chip from the old block The other night little Johnny looked up from his stool by the fireside and ejaculated the query Im a chip from the old block aint I father Yes my son Indeed you are came tho proud reply And pa youre the head of the fambly aint you asked the simple little lad I am replied Pule Then chuckled Johnny trium phantly you must be a blockhead 1 But we will draw a kindly veil over What followed Try DUwtch JoV Printing i J y ft 1 i Attorney John W Davis Although nominated at the Repub licanPrimaries my name will appear on the SEPARATE JUDICIAL TICK ET under the new law instead of on the party Ticket at the...

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. — 1 November 1912

A im I 1 V - p4 I I Vl i - 1 WWTW - J I Ahqvie happenings I B 4 r Pupils of tho Normal collcgo speak liiuOly of tho work being dono In thoMnstltutlon f -U J Dickson has a hitching rail supported by concrete posts placed In front of his general storo Philip Stltle has laid a concrete walk In front of tho resldonco of J W Johnston on Scott street -Arrangements Uavo been made by Youngstown parties for automobile races on the Canfleld fair grounds track Saturday aftornoon r Rev W L Swan of Salem will preach In tho Presbyterian church Friday ovonlng at 7 oclock prepara tory to communion Sunday morning C V B M of tho Christian Church will hold an all day meeting - at the home of Mrs H J Beardsloy next Wednesday A good attendance is desired was favored Tuesday by vlstis from a largo number of candi dates for county offices -All put In their best licks for support at tho election next TuoBday Canfleld Is not by any moans a has been as a trading point Ranged along tho west sldo of Broad sCrc...

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. — 1 November 1912

5 M lift I ft u KI 1 bxd prc jmhiv W w WJ MRS teLlX DIAZ ti t o -v v - - t t 3 yj A it MMLii f9 Mrs Diaz Is tho wife of Felix Diaz leader of tho latest futile attempt to overthrow the government ef Presi dent Madero of Mexico L PILLAGE FUST TRAIN THREE BOY BANDITS BURN TRESTLE TO STOP PASSEN GER AND RIFLE SAFE Muskogee Okla Oct 30 Three youthful robbers held up a southbound Missouri Kansas Texas train south of Eufaula compelled the noer to Metach the express and bag gage cars and run them ahead then they blasted and rifled the express safe Company officials believe the robbers got several thousand dollars By setting fire to a trestle near the town of Wlrth the bandits had no trouble In flagging the train to a halt Although the flames threatened to de stroy the trestle before their work was accomplished tho robbers moved deliberately Covering the engineer and fireman with their revolvers they ordered them from the locomotive cab J A Dolan the trains conductor leaped from a coach and ...

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. — 1 November 1912

m ki 41 Ji I j1 r r i r kfT -V Local news items r - Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood County teachers examination in Youngstown on Saturday Dr T U Marquis a leading phy sician of Lisbon Is seriously 111 with pleuropneumonia 3eo Frazlor a civil war veteran 69 years old died last Sunday night at his homo near Loys Corners ArrangdmcHts are being complet ed Tor the annual show ot the Youngs town Poultry Association which will bo held December 9 to 14 Last Saturday Mr and Mrs A C Muiison celebrated their golden wed ding at Vienna Trumbull county Mr Munson la Viennas oldest Bottler James Atkinson of Washington vllle ovldently knows how to raise big potatoes Ho exhibited a tuber the other day that weighed three pounds Warren claims a- population of 14000 a count taken last week by mall carriers Bhowlng a gain in pop ulation of 3402 since the census was taken In lyo Unless an signs fall Congressman John J Whitacro will bo re elected by ft big majority And ho should be He has moro tha...

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. — 1 November 1912

tfU tM Ill aa VI lifr I - 1 VC m -lit timtLAM - ygFJ i I88UEX WEEKLY C C FbWLER - Editor 01NF1HLD OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 EntoiM at Canflold Ohio Postofllco as second Inss matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year i00 BU Months 60 Three Months Single Copy i 03 SPECIAL NOTICE nhltnnn TOntlrOQ npsnllltlnnR of HO pect Cnnls of Thanks and notices of chun h and cnarnnuio entertainments anu tho HUe where an admission feo Is charg ed will bo charged for at tho rnte of one half cent a word These must ho paid for In advance or chnrged to re sponslblo parties ordering tho same FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1012 Salt River excursions next week It will soon be over and the candi dates are probably not sorry It Is reasonably certain that at tho election next Tuesday Woodrow Wil 3on will be elected President of tho United States nnd James M Cox Gov ernor of Ohio Hero they come racing down the home stretch each determined to be first under the wire They have train ed hard for the race and tho finish is fast and furi...

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. — 1 November 1912

4r rsi v N PW - M h B jf fl V y N SUCCESSFUL ASA MANAGER lit POLITICS Rises Into Prominence In State Politics as Senator li Pomerenes Chief Aid ORIGINAL WILSON - BOOMER IN OHIO From The Cnnton News Democrat In dustrial Edition of September 15 19i2 Congress John J Whltacre the first Democratic congressman from the Eighteenth Ohio district In 20 years renewed his activity In poutlcB In 1908 at the urgent re prominent Democrats and became a The election of Senator Pomerene MUST FACL NEW CONDITIONS IN BUSINESS WORLD Government Must Expand and Keep Pace With In dustrial Develop- - ments MODERN PROBLEMS FOR MODERN MINDS In his statement of principles up on the acceptance of the nomination for Congress In 1008 Congressman Whltacre discussed tho modern revo lution In business and commorceand tho consequent need of expanding and harmonizing governmental pow ers saying In part Advahce In thought and practice as to the authority and function of quest of Senator Pomereno and other i governmenta...

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. — 1 November 1912

a where hear them S f t to ifS1 A1 L Ju VA i j Si CONG WHITACRE THE FIRST ADVOCATE OF TARIFF BOARD IN 1 8TH DISTRICT la an exchange of letters with his predecessor Mr James Kennedy of Youngstown Congressman Whitacre in 1910 gave the following expression of his views on the tariff question in response to questions Hon James Kennedy Youngstown O Sir I notice that you want something speclflc you shall have it My first presidential vote was for Qrover Cleveland in 1884 and was based on the following tariff plank of the Democratic National convention forthatyear Knowing full well however that legislation affecting the oc cupations ot the people should be cautious and conservative in method not In advance of public opinion but responsive to its demands the Democratic party 1b pledged to revise the tariff in a spirit1 of fairness to all interests But in making a reduction in taxes it is not proposed to Injure any of the domestic industries but rather to promote their healthy growth From th...

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. — 1 November 1912

BreTeTdvlK HHH Jh i ip is- t m A AU T US Harry L Beard For Probate Judge A Lawyer Vho Is Worthy and Well Qualified For This Important I Office For tho fltat tlmo In four years tho people of Mnhonlng county arc to be given the opportunity at tho election on November 5Ui of Voting for a Pro bate Judge and for the first tlmo In the history of tho county thoy will vote for the candldoto on a soparato non partisan bnllotftogethor with tho ahdldlacs for tlio othor branches of the judiciary tho Supreme Circuit and Common Plens CourtB These 4 facts make the sltuatloin unique but they arc not all the condltons which help to niako the contest for Probato Judge conspicuous In u campaign re plete with extraordinary develop ments Tho ofllco Is tho highest one In the gift of the county ns a unit It Is not only the highest strictly county court blit since tho last choice of a Probate Judge tho olllce has been Considerably broadened In Bcopo Elected for a term of four years Instead of two the case ...

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. — 1 November 1912

FS il ill m W H A l X ifrr d I wy m tf w w tf K ETv E T Ws 7 S V A VW - CHAUFFEUR OF AUTO USED BY THE SLAVERS OF GAMBLER MAKES CONFESSION BECKER SENTENCED TODAY New York Oct 30 Charles Becker deposed police lieutenant was sen tenced this morning for the murder of Herman Rosenthal the gambler Beck r was brought before Justice Goff at 10r30 oclock He was told that he must die In the electric chair In Sing Sing prison Now York Oct 30 William Sha piro chauffeur of tho automobile need by tho assassins of Herman Ro senthal on tho night of July 16 made A confession toDIstrlctAUQrneyWblt fuari which shatters the latest conten tion of Police Lieut Beckers lawyers that Harry Vallon fired the fatal hots The chauffeur positively Identified Oj the Blood Lefty Louie Da go Frank and Whltey Lewis ns haying been his only passengers to and from the Metropole on the night of the murder Corroborates Testimony The confession constitutes abso lute corroboration for the testimony of Rose Webber Vallon and...

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. — 8 November 1912

4 V jubt littl effort Onltbo part of Dispatch subscribers wliSlthlnk troll of the paper would accomplish wonders In oxtendlng Its circulation It you have a friend or neighbor wbo would likely bo Inter ested n a purely county newspaper why net ask him to enroll his namo on tho Dlsjatch list Tarns 100 a Vear vtol xxxvi I WASHINGTONVILLE Master Loron Taylor Is on tho sick list Monroe Hendricks Is confined to his homo with pleurisy Joe Fast is recovering from an at tack of typhoid fever Jokn Waters was with his family in Oanflold over Sunday Mrs John D Williams was InNlles Wednesday visiting relatives Samuel Johnson of Leetonla was hero with his aged mother Sunday Clydo Lynn of Canton spent Sun day at tho homo of Mrs L VIgnon Mrs Chas Orr of Columbiana vIb lted her father J N Paisley Sun day Geo Dunn and wlfo of Salem wero here Sunday with Mr and Mrs Her bert Smedloy Election day loomed up bright and clear and a largo voto was polled In this territory Miss Mary Senior Bpent a few days t...

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. — 8 November 1912

lil U mm m i I- iw r IS New Lace Curtains it O Youngstown Ohio The Geo L Fordyce Co Womens Union Suits Womens llceced Union Suits high neck long sleeves low neck no sleeves and high neck elbow sleeves nnklo length for the suit 69c Full Bbo range of these special garments to choose from stan dard sizes too Mens Warm Underwear 50c Mens flat or ribbed fleece lined Underwear In ecru grey or black good weight nicely fleeced for the garment 50c One of the good features of this Underwear generous size and right proportions 50 Inch Chinchilla Now 300 the Yard 56 Inch Chinchilla one of the fabrics In great demand just now used for Coatings comes In navy brown tan and grey for the yard 300 This Coating coth is moro pop ular this season thau for any past season Shetland Veils More of those new Shetland Veils came to us very popular and stylish in black white and colors 100 values for each 69c One of the most seasonable offer ings of the day HAD NO MERCY FOR AVIATOR Country Hardware Mans Advanc...

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. — 8 November 1912

w A ft v a S 45 HOME HAPPENINGS As3Vi - TTC11er iB SGllnE ten cents per gallon in this market Natural gas has been Installed In the Odd Fellows block 7Defcnt mfty lmvo bccn tno btst thing that could have happened to Buuiu oi xjio vanquisned ToJephones wore placed this week in the residences of Mrs1 Jennie Reed and Mrs Nettle Edwards rVmnk8 to tho efforts of our irlends many new names are being added to the Dispatch list theso days Monday nights session of council was very brief as the passing of tho pay ordinance was about tho onlyJjUB lnoss to bo transacted AiTTTho thIrd sas wel1 struck by tho Altlmo Gas Co has been connected with the main and an abundance of perfectly dry gas Is now assured Tho Stltchery Club was pleasant ly entertained Tuesday afternoon by jueBuuiiies j jii uowman and E A Arnold at the home of the former Had tho Normal college building burned last Saturday the loss would have boen ono that it is doubtful If Canflold would ever have recovered from Contractor Prank...

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. — 8 November 1912

Sf I v u xiVl tLi Nt V MfF i P f DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES RALITY MAY DE GREATER THAN WILSON PENNSYLVANIA FOR COLONEL Keystone State Holds True to Causa of Roosevelt Vote for Taft Smaller Thap That of New Jersey Man Now York Nov G Woodrow Wil son swept Now York Stato for the presidency by more than 200000 plu rality William Sulzcr for the governorship may have an oven greater plurality than Wilsons Martin H Glynns plurality for lieu tenant governor is apparoutly more than that given to clthor Wilson or Sulzer Wilsons plurality over Taft abovo the Dronx is at least 23000 In New York City It is quite 183000 over Taft and 123000 over Roosevelt who ran second below the Bronx Sulzcrs plu rality over Hedges in the Interior will exceed that of Wilson over Taft by many thousands In the city Sulzer beat Straus by more than 120000 Glynns NewYork City plurality at midnight was about 207000 He led all the candidates on the Democratic state ticket according to returns at midnight The now legislature...

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. — 8 November 1912

r X LOCAL NEWS ITEMS - - Gathered In Town County and Neighborhood Glrard speakeasies aro being raid ed by the police Well all tho good mon coull not ww uiVVbVU WJ uuiue It Ifl nrArllnfrwl 11nl il rV 1tt uo numuer w 0vwnCB win noi do largo enough to meet tho demand 7IMrfMnrUia Umt lonB a resi dent of Warren died last Friday at tuo advanced ago of 94 years The annual convention of tho Akron district of iho Methodist Church was held In Warren Monday and Tuesday 7rL1bon 1rcsbyterlans last Sunday paid off an 1800 church debt In short order Tho old town appears to be Saving a great religious awakening An oil well drilled on C E Bow mans farm In Ellsworth township by the Meander Oil Gas Co promises to bo a good one The oil Is light In color and high grade TTilero aro 13 cases o diphtheria in Scbring Every precaution Is be lnE taken to preveht further Bpread or the dlsJase but If many now cases develop tho schools will be closed - ho skeleton of a man who had evldeitly been dead for inontlM...

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. — 8 November 1912

W 4 t Vi 6 I88UED WEEKLY P C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD TELEPHONE NO 48 OHIO Entetd at Canfleld Ohio Postofflco as second lass matter TERF1S OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 1100 Six Months bo Threo Months 25 Blnglo Copy 03 SPECIAL NOTICE Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re pect Cards of Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertainments and the like where an admission fee Is charg ed will bo charged for at tho rato of one half cent a word Thcso must bo paid for in advance or charged to re sponsible parties ordering tho same FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1912 It was a battle royal sure enough In this county Taft received about 800 more votes than Roosevelt It will bo Judge William S Ander son after the first of next January The defeated candidates will no doubt pick their flints and try again The republicans of this county elected their entire county ticket by large majorities Wilsons plurality in Ohio is close to 125000 and Cox is elected govern or by even a larger figure Congressman Whitacre prove...

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. — 8 November 1912

f StSilJL ilU in CM 1 t OS if At L f - w w PWPrajF F itijjroMaa aKinaraaziia Mens Dress Kid Gloves worth 100 lined or un linod various shades salo prico 2I Mens all wool Sweater Coats worth 200 in all colors and guaranteed Cv q sale prico Sfin j Blue Chambray Shirts with 2 collars perfect fit ting unpadeablo sale prico Jersey Sweaters abso lutely all wool worth -1 in navy or oxford sale price SI 44 Mens extra heavy fleeced lined Underwear worth 50c blue d silver t er sale price 3o Mens fine electric seal fur Caps worth up to 600 sale price Mens 50c Working Shirts extra well made full sizes in satteens shambreys seersuckers and cheviots sale price 2c 1000 Mens English Slipons Sale price r i t r k i V J - Getting to the Front X im n mlin wlRhna to cat to tk Mens 100 Gauntlet Gloves in black tan or brown salo price 44c Ijlgyy frM v AtM6 -- 4 s Xx5 Furniture Store r te2t muat not epend too mubn U id to Increase henaegf laying pow Sralnrto hi what the wen baek U era and to prerent poultr...

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. — 8 November 1912

-V M a Pi I ir hJ f i ham in y H a BB Tp W1LS0HELEGTED PRESIDENTOFU 3 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE RECEIVES LARGE MAJORITY IN THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE TEDDY CAPTURES ILLINOIS Republican Party Sent Down to Third Place In Many States by Heavy Vote Cast for Progressive Candidates New York Nov 6 Woodrow Wil Bon of New Jersey and Thomas It Marshall of Indiana Democratic nom inees for president and vice president were swept Into office by the most overwhelming victory In the political history of the country Their plural ity In the electoral college will be 175 The Democratic candidates have certainly carried 25 of the 48 states And will probably carry several more n which the result has not yet been definitely determined progressives Didnt ftllrt Democrats The Republican party was senl flown to third place In many states by thd great vote that was cast for Jtoosevelt and Johnson the Progress ive nominees But four or five state jyere left to President Taft who foui years ago carried So Although his pop...

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