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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 10 September 1909

h l u P t RUBLE EXHIBIT OF HUMAN BRUTALITY DISMEMBERED BODY OF GIRL FOUND IN CREEK AT DE- TROIT IDENTIFIED NO MOTIVE KNOWN FOR CRIME Head and Limbs of Dead Girl Found Sewed In Same Kin of Burlap Bag as the One Containing the Trunk Detroit Sept 8 Bloodless from the ruthle6s knife of a murderer and shrunken by several days Immersion in the waters of Ecorse creek tho dis membered body of Miss Mnybelle Mill Juan 27 of Ann Arbor Mich lies in the county mrogue here a pltablc ex hibit of human brutality The state has charitably drawn a shroud over the wasted human fragments so that curious spectators who enter do not see that a portion of the lower part of the trunk of the unfortunate girl is still missing While determined men nre dragging Ecorse creek night and day in the hope of discovering the remaining por tion of the girls body sheriffs of Wayne and Washtenaw counties and the police of Ann Arbor and Detroit are unltbjg in a desperate endeavor to solve the mystery of Miss Mill mans mur...

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. — 17 September 1909

i in Vv T- Terms 100 a Year VOL XXXIII I WAHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold Rev KaBt spent a few day6 laBt weok In Pittsburg MIbb Myrtle Baker is clerking in the Leven clothing Btore Geo Summervllle and wife Bpont Sun day in East Liverpool Michael P Brady was homo from Ga ry W Va for a few days Ralph Welsh of New waterford spent Sunday at the home of James Bell Bub Wolkarts Btore looks as though he had bought out a pants factory Bud DeJane is feeding a nest of seven flying squirrels and their mother J O Herbert haB harvested hlB crop of tobacco and 1b curing it In tho good old way Job L Fltzpatrlok Bbipped 62 ironing boards to John Evater at Hubbard Monday The band boyB are prospering in tholr new quarters with proipoctB of a few new members Those who aro using cannel coal from tho Falrviowmlne for domestic ubo pro nounce it o k Mrs Charles DeJane spent a few days last week with her married daughtors In Now Castle R B Maxwell returned from Fairfield last Saturday and r...

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. — 17 September 1909

t L I The Fordyce Osborne Cos Extraordinary Olfcr Dress Skirts 2f275 To Your Measure for Tailored Suits To Your Measure for ft PERSONAL Edward H Graham editor of a news paper at Clarks Hill Ind lius been Informed Hint ho Is heir to nil estato of 400000 In Sow York city Former Judgo Robert S Lovett of Texns who began railroad work ns a clerk nt 40 n month wnB elected to succeed Edward H Hnrrimnn as chair man of tho executive committee of tho Union Paclllc Ilallroad Company W W Baldwin assistant to Presi dent George n Harris of tho Hurling ton railway has been made fourth vice president of the Burlington tho olUco having been created for him Drlg Gen Clarence R Edwards chief of the bureau of Insular affairs of the war department has resumed his otlicial duties at Washington after several weeks in Europe For playing against the Logan Squares in Chicago John Kltng the holdout catcher of tho Cubs will bo barred from participating in major league baseball for three years W E Hotchklss 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. — 17 September 1909

s tiw V- I HOME HAPPENINGS There are rumors of another shoe store being opened In the village Loaves are falling early the result of weeks of dry ecorohlng weather Quite a number of people from thld locality attended the Lisbon fair this week Thomas Ankeny 1b getting lumber on the ground to build an addition to his residence east of the Tillage Many former Canfielders will be back next week to attend the fair Make them feel that It is good to be with us again Mr Larkln employed at the plant of the Altlmo Culture Co has pur ohaeed Flndley Johnstons property on East Main street Thursday morning Mrs J A Fliok left at the Dlspatoh office two fine yel low peaohes tbaV weighed one pound and eaoh measured 91 inches in circum ference A missionary tea held at the homo of Mrs J V Calvin on Court street Wednesday evening was attended and enjoyed by a large company of ladles and gentlemen On Tuesday evening the village board of education let the contract for furnishing ooal for the union sdhool...

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. — 17 September 1909

J m MM I P c t 1 t r V W i r r i I jSr fl A NEW SCHOOL NEEDED The Wright brothers are quoted as laying that they will build an aero plane or 7600 for anybody -who rants one Nov that they nAve dem onstrated so thoroughly the fine quall Jes of their machine its great speed wd Its blrdllko ability to rise and sink while sweeping over hills and valleys there must be a number of adventur ous spirits who would like to own one The automobilists whose recreation Is nterfered with by bad roads and by other vehicles would like to try the tmnoth and vacant pathways of the tlr to fly as the bird flies and float over the ponds or lakes Instead of having to travel around them There Is a practical difficulty as yet says the Chicago Tribune No one can buy with the machine the skill to operate it ind there are no aeroplane chauffeurs nor Is there any one to teach them Orvllle Wright is going abroad to In terest foreign governments in the American invention His brother will teach some army officers 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. — 17 September 1909

I 1 special notice MOST RENOWNED OF SNAKES r 0 K LOCAL NEWS ITEMS fathered la Town Comity and Neljhborhood Corn ronats are popular In many lo calities Soon bo time to organize nutting parties Next week comes the great worlds air In CanQeld Notice the new advertisements In todays Dispatch Mrs Lydla Loudon who resides near Gavere has attended every one of the 51 county fairs held in Lisbon this weeks show Included The short apple orop means a scant -elder supply but think of the bumper peach crop and the brandy far superior to elder that can be made Sportsmen who enjoy coon hunt ing will have little trouble finding this fall the past season having game favorable for Increasing the coon family Grover White of Mineral Ridge died last Saturday after an operation for appendicitis He loaves his youDg wife mother and several brothors and Prof P 3 Roller who has just en tered on his 21st year as superintendent of Nlles public schools announced Tues day that he will complete bis work In the N...

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. — 17 September 1909

r w i i pit h i t W l i l I i A lt Phoning gispiefe IMSUEO WEEKIiY C C FOWIiEB OANITELD r Editor OHIO TKI RPHONE NO 48 TERMS OF SUBBCntPIION PatYear Six Months three Months Binds Copy Canadian subscriptions 1150 8FJCC1AL NOTICE - OS OMtnary NotlMi Resolutions of Respect Cards e Thanks and sstioei of chnreh and eharltable en MTtalnmenU and the like -where as admUtion fee It ohanvd will be charred for at lie rate of one- kau oenta word IBeie mull oe paia ior in ad vance or charted to responilble partiea ordering St taise FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1909 The present stir In graft matters can Dot all to have a wholesome effect for awhile anyhow Money helps but It does not always bring happiness when there are ways and ways of Retting It With her gralt sensations Mahoning county Ohio is getting more like Al legheny county Pa every day Happy should bo tho man whoso conBolence does not trouble him or who la not under the necessity of bunting up bondsmen to koop him out of jail Locally political ma...

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. — 17 September 1909

TSfCwsrf - TPW d jspnM in EW YOIIK This community has developed In recent years a special class ot physicians who In a town of fewer democratic professions might at tach to their signs the proud testimo nial By special appointment to Wall street They minister to stomachs that have burned out their vitality in a mad hunt for dollars Some of them have only a single patient like those who devote themselves to men like John D Itockcfeiler and Edward H Harrlman Others are engaged for given pe riods and accompany their patients In travel and nearly all are under retainer which enables them to re strict their practice to the few who assure them better Incomes than they could get If they were at the call of all comers They maintain establish ments In the choice residential quar ters and must live with all the out ward ehow of the wealthy to whom they cater If the best known names were select ed from the offices In the Wall street district they would furnish a fairly ac curate list of those ...

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. — 17 September 1909

Hu I Is i ft nt EZSl be 141 143 West Federal Street Youngstown Ohio J P MORGAN ow ft DIRECTOR TAKES THE LATE E H HARM MANS PLACE IN NATIONAL CITY BANK A LARGE FINANCIAL CONCERN Presumbed That Harmonious Rela tione Exist Between Morgan and K Kuhn LocbStandard Oil Groups of Financiers T W a s -KJ a Now York Sept 15 J P Jlofgaiii jr has been ejected to the late E H HarrmanT8 place on the board pt dl- rectors of the National City bank By Wall street the election Is regarded as fcne of he most significant of the weeks financial doelopments pre Bumahly Ihdlealing that harmonious relations exist between the Morgan and the Oil croups of financiers Added weight was given the event because it fol lowed so closely upon tho recent re ports that tho Morgan Interests were about to take an active interest in the government of tho Hnrrlman roads and tho younger Morgan was slated as tho ultimate successor of Mr Hnr rlman In tho command of tho Union and Southern Pacific systems Active Working Allianc...

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. — 24 September 1909

Please favor The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices Terms 100 a Tear I VOL XXXHI 1 WVVWVSr Efo The Fordyce Osborne Company Youngstown O The Fordyce Osborne CosNew Fall Printzess Coats The Printzess Fashions Ideal Tailored Coat Certainly a revelation here in Tailored Coat sell ing this Fall we began the Coat season Thurs day of last week with a special exhibit of Printzess models and an opportune occasion for a considerable money saving which is being taken advantage of by economical women this first showing and sale of the new Fall Tailored Coats hero is most eminently successful a very signifi cant fact is that duplicates will cost more on ac count of the advance in cloths Very prominent in this Special Coat showing are light Coverts and the now mixtures light tans seem to have the preference with a sprinkling of medium and darker shades the collar shoulder bust and hip cut of this Special Printzess Coats no matter how high the grade Three side...

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. — 24 September 1909

It1 - i rwvm a PERSONAL 3 VrW M iujiijWIMMMgMlMJdM Three men were killed when tha Montreal express bound for Bo3ton crrsbed Into the rear of the disabled Quebec express from Quebec for Bos aG w rB ton about a mile and a half from lgFyygsgiBir ULilVglfSSl FOR THF RflRV MIN Pattee N H The dead are - lull IHLUUUi IMiniB glneer John P Callahan Fireman Kl f MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONPSNSED FORM ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review bf Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe Latest Home and For elgn Items TOUR OF THE PRESIDENT President Tatt In a speech at Den ver Tuesday declared that the corpora tion tax passed as part of the Payne tariff bill was far better than an in come tax and urged nil states to adopt It During President Tafts visit at Omaha Mayor Dahlman prevented the running of all street cars fear ing that there might be trouble from the striking car employes while the chief trecutlve was In the city President Taft met 50 members of t...

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. — 24 September 1909

I 1 -- HOME- HAPPENINGS Considerable corn has been cut the past week Several cow students entered the Normal college thla week P F Lynn has had a telephone plaood In hia Lisbon street residence Long dry season has caused numor ous wells and cUterns about town to fall Th6 Board ot Trade has started a movement to still further boom the Nor mal college Rev R J Bsard has been assigned to the pastorate ol the CanQeld Metho dist Episcopal ohurcb The union eobools whloh closed thla week on account of the fair will reopen next Monday morning A large porch Is being built and Other Improvements made at the West Main street residence of Hugh Stuart Work was resumed at the Normal college Friday morning after being clos ed Wednesday and Thursday on account of the fair B A Arnold and family have taken possession of the apartments over W L Brvsons store at the corner of Broad and Lisbon streets While Bam Marquis is taking a lit tle vacation Wm Hoover who Is con ductor of the N L looal freight is I...

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. — 24 September 1909

Rtf tit w The Queen Bee The troth Is that throughout nil the wonder workings of the beehive the queen Is little more than nn Instru ment a klcd of an automaton merely doing what the workers compel her to do They are the real queens In the hire and the mother bee Is the real subject The workers have made her for their own wise purpose Just as they make the comb and the honey to store In It The egg she Is hatched from Is In no way dlOejcnt from any worker egg If you take one from a queen cell and put It In the ordinary cell It will batch out a -common female worker bee and an egg transferred from worker comb to a queen cell becomes a full grown queen Thousands and thousands of worker eggs are laid In a hire during the season and each of those could be made Into a queen If the workers chose But the worker egg Is laid In a small cell and the larva is bred on a bare minimum of food at the least possible cost In time trouble and spaco to the hive while when a new queen is Wanted a cell as...

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. — 24 September 1909

LOCAL JJEWS ITEMS Ottnered la Town County and Nelftiborfaood Fair at Canton next week Randolph fair Saturday Oot 9 Summit county air at Akron Oct Local sportsmen report a Boarclty of woodoook in the surrounding country E H Spencer has been promoted to the position oi Erie agent at Raven jia New B O passenger and freight 3epot in Nlles has been opened to the publlo A powdered milk factory for Cort land is assured the milk of 1200 oowa having been secured Fred Croxall a pioneer potter of East Liverpool is orltlcally ill with hardening of the arteries -G W Fiolder aped 73 dl6d last week of heart trouble in Hubbard where he resided 37 years Peary is a great explorer undoubt edly Also great in stature and great in egotism Otherwise amazingly small Alonzo Drake aged 65 died in Nllos last week at the home of his daughter Mrs Bert Mallory after a short illness Olrard is to have an elaborate mas querade street carnival Halloween un aer the auspices of the Modern Wood mans band If the cabbage...

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. — 24 September 1909

m H C it foiling SispattJ INSUED WEEKM C C FOWLER OANFIELD VBkKPHONK MO SFJSOIAI XOTIOE Editor iKBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Out Year Biz Monthi Three Monthi JSlajTlOUOPT assdian inbsoriptioni 1150 OHIO aa 1100 so 25 OS Obituary NotloeiReiolntloni of Beipeet Cards it Thanks sad notleei of ohnrch and oharlukle en tertainments and the like where an admission fee li enarted will be charred I or at the rate of one iialf cent a word Theie molt bo paid for la ad Tanos or charged to reipomiblo parties ordering1 lie tame FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1909 Senator Foraker may not bo able to ollmb Into Senator Dicks berth but hell probably take a hand fn helping to roll the Akron statesman out of It County politicians were at the fair In largo numbers but did not have to keep bo busy bb usual there being no county or state officers to elect this fall Talk about removing tho county fair to Youngstown Is bumcombo Period ically rumors of that sort have been olrculatcd but nothing has come of tbemand never will At...

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. — 24 September 1909

i IF THEY PENETRATE AS A COLD BLOODED CRIME ENTIRE FAMILY OF SIX PERSONS MURDERED Bodies of All but One of the Victims Burned with Their Home at Hurley W Va Blueflcld W Va Sept 23 An en tire family of six persons was mur dered and the bodies of all but ono of the victims were burned with their home at Hurley Buchanan county W Va The motive evidently was robbery as the owner of the house in aged woman known as Aunt Dot ty Justtfl -was generally supposod to keep a large sum of money about the place Mrs Justls her son-in-law Oeorgo Meadows his wife and their three children wore the victims Meadows body badly mutilated was found lying In the yard of his de stroyed home the funeral pyre of bis loved ones Two bullet holes through the body and a ghastly wound in the neck which almost severed the head from the body gave the discoverers their first evldenco of the oxtcnt of the tragedy A search of tho ruins of the bouse disclosed a sickening spectacle Tho blackened masses of half burned fles...

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. — 24 September 1909

i 15 It TE8TINQ FLOUR AT BIQ MILLS After Grinding a Sample is Made Up Into Bread It is surprising to note the dif ference that exists between the vari ous brands of flour said O D Hutch inson the representative of one of the big mills In Minneapolis Minn It all depends on how the flour Is milled and on the kind of wheat from which it is made Flour made from hard spring wheat will give from 20 to 40 more loaves of bread per barrel than that made from the softer win ter wheat It contains a larger per centage of gluten and absorbs more water The mills are exceedingly careful about the kind of flour they send out and the testing department Is one of the most important branches After the flour is ground comes the crucial test A sample is taken and made up into bread We have four bakings a day and from 20 to 30 loaves are baked each time each one representing a sample of flour After the test has been made the bread Is turned over to the associated chari ties You may have noticed that the ...

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 October 1909

Please favor- The Dispatch with a A Trial Job Printing Order - Artistic Execution Right Prices ifwiBs 100 a Year vol xxxm i WASHiNQTONViLLB LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold Qolden Wedding The 60th anniversary of the wedding of WUUam Boston and wife was appro priately celebrated last Saturday at their home upon the site where they were married a hall century previous William Boston and Lydla Welkart were united In marriage oy Rev John B Boiler on the 25th ot SeptemberlB59 The only witness to that marriage who waspresent last Saturday was Mm J O FltZilmmons a cousin then a girl ten yearsflf age The relatives of Mrs Boston in at tendance Saturday were Mrs Will Betz John A Welkart David Welkart William Welkart and Jas C Welkart with their wives Mr Bostons sister Mrs Thos Longbottom his brothers wire MrB Lottie Boston of Youngs town and Mrs Nancy Boston of Alli ance Mrs Mary Roller and Joslah Welkart and wife of Greenford aunt and Uncle of Mrs Boston Mr Welkart being 84 years old and Mr...

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 October 1909

f I If m I EPITO u Greater Exclusive Dry Goods Douse Awnmv aVti il MSnHCTiON m vma I OF A WEEKS NEWS Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief PERSONAL Fashion Mo y First Pip 1 1 of JAi ll Advance fffefMl Styles ifctuy and sol QiS Winter ft TOUR OF THE PRESIDENT 1rcsiilcnt Tnft preached a sermon en amity between the peoplo at the Mormon tabernacle Salt Lake City to a largo audience who cheered him most enthusiastically President Taft reviewed tho troops at Fort Douglas during his stay at Salt Lake City and was tho guest of the Commercial and Alta clubs and the Yale Alumni association 1 War Secretary Dickinson is hack In Washington after nn extended vaca tion in the south lie said the depart ment had reached no conclusion on tho West Point hazing case Huntington Wilson assistant secre tary of state has been threatened with another attack of appendicitis but Washington reports say an opera tion will not be necessary Helen Keller tho deaf dumb and blind marvel Is to make an airship flig...

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 October 1909

HOME HAPPENINGS X HMHHHMMMMHMMt Regular monthly mooting ot Oil noxi mummy uiijui It Many osrs ot ooal are being shipped to this locality irom me ruiBDurg au riot I J O Starr had his trotter High Caste In the raoes at Est Palestine this week The chilly mornings of the past week called vividly to mind the fact that winter cometh on apace Roy R J Beard the new pastor ol the M E Charoh Is expected here With his family within a few days A band of fortune telling and horse trading gypsies was Inflicted on villag ers Wednesday Little business was done here however Frost was oonBlderably In evldenoe Monday and Tuesday mornings but so far as learned no great damage was done in this locality The Presbyterian ladles are ar ranging to hold a Halloween social at the ohuroh further announcement of whloh will be made In the next Dls patoh Bids for the construction of maoad am road from the beaoh tree corner to Herberts Corners will be opened by the township trustees next Monday aft ernoon There Is...

Publication Title: Mahoning Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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