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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 17 December 1909

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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 December 1909

HOME HAPPENINGS t Only a little more snow needed to make fine elolghlngv Numerous business changes are taking place In Canfield theso dyas Welcome rain came Sunday and Monday replenishing wells cisterns and Btreams i Announcements of Christmas en tertainments should be handed In early as the Dispatch -will probably go to press Thursday morning Pope died at the county Infirmary last Friday of erysipelas Ho -was 85 years of ago and the old est person In the infirmary The Normal and Union schools Irill close next week for the holiday Tacatlon the former on Thursday af ternoon and the latter on Friday It A Coy this week erected In Dean Hill cemetery for B Y Kirk a large and fine monument which marks the resting place of his father and mother There was fine Bkatng last Fri day and Saturday and every pond In this locality fairly swarmed with youna folks who thoroughly enjoyed the healthful exercise Quite a number of Canfield ped agogues attended the teachers Insti tute in North Lima last ...

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 December 1909

r lupiiltimjPr i PflEVENTING FOREST FIRES Forest Bros Spring Op from innumer able cause but they are usually the result of carelessness Sometimes a camping party neglects to put out Its fcamp flre before leaving Sometimes la match or a cigarette or olgar starts e blaze Disastrous fires hare been used by gun wndding -which fell jamong dry leaves No one In the woods can exercise too great care in Itho matter of preventing fires The fchlef damage done by them Is not so much to the matured timber as to the young trees to which we look for our umber supply In years to conje We nsist and In this we are supported by 11 who have made a study of forostry hat only through the exercise of om In the use and care of our forests will it be possible to make our natural ly matchless tlmberland permanently productive There Is nothing about the jpractico of forestry that Is difficult or mysterious or In any manner beyond tho grasp of the ordinary everyday jmlnd It does not mean circumscrib ing or abb...

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 December 1909

Tho Dispatch tor a year would make some friend or relative a most appropriate Christmas gift Kent ministers havo started a crusado against Sunday amusements which includes moving picture shows It lias been discovered that tho stamping of horses tied to hitching -posts In Nllcs is mora wearing on tho pavements than regular tralllc An overheated furnoco in tho homo of Capt Mills and Rodney How aid at Warren started a Are Sunday night that drovo tho families into the street la Uiolr night clothes Flro early last Friday morning destroyed tho Seneca Chain Co plant Jn Kent throwing 350 men out of work and causing n loss of 175000 only 10000 insurance W R Woodward of Pittsburg formerly of Atwatcr furnished tho FrlokCo chain of stores CO car loads of Ohio potatoes largely purchased in Portage county at a cost of 25000 Whllo Mrs Ward Mann of War ren was attempting to closo a barn door Monday tho door was slammed by tho wind catching her right thumb between tho door and the jam -and aovoring ...

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 December 1909

Br - - i Wj 14 r r l C K - vrw swm SJPBWP - - V I f Stoning Jisgatcfc I3im WEEKIT C C FOWLUR UANF1ELD Editor OHIO VHUKPHONE NO 48 f TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION 0t Ymr - -41-99 BttKonthf Zhn Monthl ft ftdtan nbsorlptltmi f L50 - 60 - 03 BPEUIAX MOTIOK OHttury HotloesRoltloni of Reipwt Crd tf 3ThMik Mid netlMf ol chnroh ind ebtritAble n jtminmnU n tbe like where n ndmlirion f ee H nhtrttd -will bt ehnrted for t the ruta of cne lt Mnt mrd Theie nmt ba pnld or In nd vtoaa or eairrsd to renpontlble jmrtiM ordering b mine FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 1909 TWELVE PAGES Sabring republicans aro going after county offices Editor Dick Jones wants the nomnatlon for representa tive and W J Jones a barter Is out for county commissioner but none of them -will be nominated without a fight other quarters of the county having candidates for tho places in question The Warren Chronicle has started a boom for Hon J J Sullivan of Cleve land formerly of Warren for tho re publican nomination for governor Mr 8ulllvan was s...

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. — 17 December 1909

i ii ji i LmiBsmaswm m m For His Old Partner fiy HAYDEN CARRUTH J ifti Tnriy We -were proud of that tree when fre got It ready a half hour before the -were advertised to begin fxerciaes t was the first Christmas tree ihe Lamp had ever known Everything was going smoothly ivhen a man came n leading an Im mense mongrel dog of sinister ion Gents ho said with a manner Phlclv was a mixture of tho lent and the diffident gent are fou going to do a favor for an old htm 7 Why certainly certainly replied e minister certainly I wouldnt ask It ordnarllv he ontlnued but I reckoned at this teason of good will mcbby you might ot object Certainly chirped the good man gain certainly Mebby some ot you might know Man Plummpr 1 llvn nwr b Ghost dulch betwixt SInclairville nd Forty Rod Might any of you enta know my old pardner Caleb tuff i One man said he thought ho did nd the dominie started to say jilnly but checked himself when hs eallzcd It was not tho truth What I want to do If it aint going o fur h...

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. — 17 December 1909

B WQBtK3Trf3r i s tKpif iVf OUR BOYS 1 1 and GIRLS i Hie Story of A Daisy Daisy la a black mare with a white mark in the middle of her forehead shaped like a daisy She has two mistresses a woman and a little girl and she loves both dearly Just to hear their voices makes her whlnney with delight and if she Is at pasture In the field she will always run at their call and be ready to go In any direction Then Daisy loves not only her mistress but every crea ture upon the little farm She especially loved an old cow and her calf In the next stable to her She was almost always ready to whlnney softly at every low ot the old cow as much as to tell her that she was near and there was nothing to fear It seems funny as Daisy never had offspring of her own that she should take such a notion to the little cat In the next stall to her but one day when the old cow was taken away to pasture and the calf was left alone in the stall Daisy became greatly excit ed whinneylng her displeasure at p very b...

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. — 17 December 1909

kif tEACHERS SANITY DOUBTED Man Has Delusions Concerning Miss Heln Taft and Court Orders Investigation New York Dec 16 Ellis L Ros Bcrl formerly principal of a New York public sfchool appeared In court here where his sanity will be Investigated chiefly because he has delusions con cernlrtg Miss Helen Taft the presi dents daughter According to the testlmnoy Rosspn Imagined Miss Taft disguised as a nurse had visited Bellerue where he was confined previously and had left A sum of money for hlrn Kossen was detnlnfed In Washington last spring for annoying President and Mrn Taft ac cording to an affidavit submitted THOUGHTLESSLYKILLS FRIEND uGlrl Committing Suicide Gives No Thought to Companion and Opens Gat Jet Passaic N J Dec 15 Absent minded Mllda Itclnhold was so pre occupied with her own sorrows that In committing suicide she thoughtless ly killed her friend Fanny Kemlsuk who was quite content with life as she found it Both girls were servants In a small hotel and shared the same bed...

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. — 17 December 1909

f r BO LEADER 5 DECLAREWRR PECIDE TO DO BATTLE WITH STEEL TRUST FOLLOWING OPEN SHOP DECREE CRISIS IN INDUSTRIAL WORLD Union Men Will Try to Bring Their Grievances Before National Congress Gompers Di rects Action Pittsburg Dec IB War was for mally declared upon tho United States Bteel corporation by the leaders of or ganized labor throughout the United States and Canada at tho close of n momentous two days conference here The decision to battle long and hard Against the stand taken by the stoel corporation In Its policy of open phop was reached by tho labor com ferees only after hours of debate At the conference which passed the remarkable battle decree Samuel CJompers president of the American Federation of Labor presided and through him tho measure was put up on the record books of the executive council of the federation It was rec ommended that committee bo ap pointed to call upon President Taft Vice President Sherman and Speaker Joseph G Cannon so thnt tho griev ances of the work...

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 December 1909

t t i II Pfease favor The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices w I Li O Si e e h Terms 100 a Year VOL XXXIII I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold For the cause that wants assistance For the wrong that needs resistance For the future Jn tho distance And the good that we can do Fatal Explosion In Delmore Mine The first fatal mine explosion In this -vicinity occurred about 4 oclock Thursday afternoon In Delmore coal nine located on the Erie railroad 1 miles southwest of Leetonla Wil liam Keeno aged 45 residing south west of Leetonla and George Grcena wait aged 30 of Franklin Square were Instantly killed The causoof the explosion could not be ascertained but miny theories have Veen advanced The two un fgrtunate men entered the mine at about 3i40 to fire the charges maue ready by the day shift and In less than a half hour later those In the power house outside were startled by a terrific explosion that hurled powder cans rocks coal and o...

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 December 1909

fe 1 t 1 j L 1 r TT r e William A Harris former United States senator from KansaB and three years a to Democratic candidate for governor of that state died at the home of Mrs Lydla M Mackey Chi cago of heart disease Owen Klldare the author and play wright Is critically 111 at a hospital In New York His physicians say that his death mny be expected at any time Dr II W Wiley chief of the bu reau of chemistry criticised the con stitution In on address at Washington because It leaves the government no jurisdiction over impuro food unless It enters interstate commerce Dr Joso Madrlz former Judge of the Central American court of justice at Cartago nnd Zelayas candidate was elected president of Nicaragua by the unanimous vote of congress Tho ses sion was a stormy one but there scorned to bo perfect unanimity with regard to tho election of Mndrlz Baroness Vaughan whom Leopold mado his queen in fact if not in name quietly left Hclglum for France ac cepting the hint of tho government that if ...

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 December 1909

1 I c tj a 1 T ll II 11 arc t 1K AC Of nc J8 E 11 oi I In Al Ui th th an W Ja W s pr in Jju1 ad w tls lori niq Ine bP th iron pa leu cm i Joe an mr loi It in D1 Iina ue iror Ohl self eva ertt M cai vaj Is re in th of til fl t n tf i M I MSt sSeTSSJK S 7 J U HOME HAPPENINGS Ico trom elglit to ten Inches thick Is being cut this -week A furnace has been placed In the residence of C W Harrotf On Christmas most ot the village stores will close for the day at 10 a m To every reader of the Dispatch vre wish a Merry Chsistmas and many of them A stated communication ot Argus Lodge F A M will be held this Friday evening Out ot your abundance a little would not be missed In making some poor family happy on Christmas Thanks to our many friends who are sending the Dispatch to relatives and friends as a Christmas gift The union schools close this Fri day afternoon for the holiday vaca tion which lasts until Monday Jan 3 The Normal college closed Thurs day afternoon for the holiday vaca tion Work ...

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 December 1909

f Zf h w 5 i V 3 i H i fe pj W LA Ho Every Suit and Overcoat Must Move The season being backward and our large stock is still comparatively unbroken and youll find a good large stock to select from SUITS FOR DRESS go at 10 12 14 that would cost you elsewhere at least one fourth more Our finest Dress Suits go from 15 to 20 that wll sell elsewhere as high as 2500 One hundred Business Suits go at 6 8 9 and 10 worth one fourth more and is about one half lower than similar clothes would ccst you elewhere It will pay you to buy now if you will need any clothing during the next year Overcoats Everybody knows the merits of our clothing as we always handled the CLOTHCRAFT which name alone stands as a guarantee to you for good honest cloth work manship and style A large line to select from at 650 800 900 and 1200 are worth from 8 to 15 Our finest Overcoats go at 13 15 17 and 19 that sel elsewhere from 1G to 25 This is a great money saving sale for you Get in the Hue early while the goods arc ...

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 December 1909

Ahsolwie JPcrre A J hrJk and adds to ilm y rPlr heaithfulnoss jAj pfell BAKBIIG Jra LOCAL NEWS ITEMS lathered la Town County tad Neighborhood -Be Javl h In spreading Christmas Mrs Elizabeth Shearer died In Lisbon last week aged 81 years A lodge of Moose with 52 charter members has been Instituted In Warren T ren Speakeasies kept by foreigners are being broken up by Warren po lice Mrsi Homer Held fell down a flight of stairs at Warren Friday ana -was painfully Injured -Warren council has passed an or dinance requiring that chickens be kept shut up the year round Myron Pennoll well known In Trumbull and Mahoning counties died lust week In Hubbard of a complica tion of diseases Two Youngstown foreigners so licited orders In NHes dry territory for wet goods and Mayor Nayldr fined them 20O and costs Thieves visited tho general store ot August Kuhl at Guilford last Thurs day night and In a wagon hauled away igoods valued at V150 Last week Sebrjng Fold 25000 In lionda Issued to construct a...

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 December 1909

i ansa ii vtf fwMw r T f ifwc C i T S JaT RL T jA s t ghfconinjj gisgatt IftMVJBD WEEKM 0 C TOVLEI OANFIEpD Editor MUIEPHONC NO TERMS 07 BUB8CIUPTI0N Mr Month ThiM Month Oanadlui nbRcripUoni fix B7KOIAL XOTIOK OHIO 4UX 25 OS Ctrdl GMtnur Hotlws Reioln tloni of lUnwot s TUnki ntl netlaei of ohnreh and obiriuble t D- and tha Ilka irttn n admlttlon fee ii durod will b eharired lortthtoIon ilt eon t word Thei moil bo pld for jnd Be or ehari d to reirosilbla pirtUt crderfnt tinnme FRIDAY DECEMBER 21 1909 Republican candidates for county offices are circulating their petitions at a lively rate these days Tho cost of maintaining Ohio public schools last year was 125O00O00 Educated men and -women make Ohio great The legislature will soon be In ses sion and then tho troubles ot Ohio people or a good many of them be gin Petitions arc being circulated In nearly every county In tho stato ask ing tho legislature to enact a law pro hibiting tho manufacture and sale of cigarettes In Ohio Church or...

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 December 1909

tf m I w 2 rt s W v fe 0 I STAR TO GUIDE -the possibility that escaped the Women of bethlehem lome Name Might Have Rang Tprbtigh All Ages Had She Dut Known the 8plrlt of Christ- mas Hospitality ydJB 7 happening In their town that night Suppose some gentle woman had juct Joseph nnd Mary on thut Won dcrful Day as they entered tho town and had said to them Our streets ere full of homeless strangers Co mo 70u and bide with mel By that sim ple act of hospitality her name would have been written high high among the names 6f earths happiest folk Blessed Is she wo should Uiavo cried to whose homo tho Christmas Joy first camel But tho women or tho Judean town did not know to throw wide their doors and bring In the worlds gratitude and Jove says the Youths Companion So the Child was laid In a manger and -oblivion holds the names of all tho -women In Bethlehem who slept that Slight beneath tho wings of wondering jingols Had they but known Year by year for 19 centuries the ditory of the nlghfat...

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 December 1909

lis M I I 1 It 1 t v V r wmnr v fy wnr THE STATEHOUSE PROBE DENMAN ASKS FEDERAL AID IN I QUIZZING BANKS i Wants Senator Burton to Assist In Compelling National Bank De- posltorles to Open Books Columbus O Senator Theodore B Burton of Cleveland has been called upon to assist in the state house probe Initiated by Gov Harmon At torney General Denman has requested Senator Burton to open negotiations Hjrltb the controller of the treasury for a federal order compelling all nation al banks -which have state funds to show the books v Senator Burton wa6 informed that everybody In Ohio was eager to get at the facts except a few bankers and Individuals who may have a personal Interest In concealing information The refusal of national banks to dis close the facts under the present cir cumstances is made the subject of strong comment by Gov Harmon and the attorney general The state officials believe the Unit ed States controller has the authority to force the banks to divulge the facts they are ...

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. — 31 December 1909

W Please favor The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices Terms 100 a Year r vol xxxm i WASHINGTONVIIXE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter At Hcrold Sweet strainB of heavenly music fall Upon the Inner ear awake To sounds celestial closed to all Of earthly -sense An angel spake Oer thae thy servants watch will keep Sweet mother Holy Infant sleep Christmas Exercises The Christmas spirit Is the only spirit by which men and women really live It has Ceased to be a day it is a mood and is independent of days It Is an institution which can bo set up on any soil and under the folds of any flag It is exceptionally inter esting to children and the Saviour of tho world has said You cannot enter the kingdom of heaven except you become as a little child The Methodist church celebrated the event toy a creditable entertain ment Friday night and the usual treat to tho Sunday school Sunday morning About 2 oclock Saturday morning while tho streets of this village were robed in...

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. — 31 December 1909

ft I f jfv I VL r Ki I- kl PJlPPf BRIEF NEWS NOTES FOR IHE BUSY IN MOST IMPORTANT EVENT8 OF THE PAST WEEK TOLD IN CONDENSED FORM ROUND ABOUT THE WORLD Complete Review cf Happenings of Greatest Interest from All Parts of the Globe Latest Home and For elgn Items PER80NAL Prince Hans of a brother of the late King Christian of Denmark and generally known as the uncle of Europe Is critically 111 Frederic Remington the artist died at his home In Iildgefleld Conn fol lowing an attack of appendicitis com plicated -with aseptic peritonitis Samuel W Williams candidate for vice president on the Populist ticket In 1908 was stricken with heart failure at his home In VIncennes Ind His condition Is serious Mark Twains Invalid daughter Jean Clemens died from an attack of epi lepsy while taking a bath at her fa thers home In Stormfleld Mass She was about thirty yearB old and was a close companion to her father Threatened with pneumonia and In a weakened condition William J Bry an was forced to cance...

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. — 31 December 1909

HOME HAPPENINGS t This -winter starts in old fashioned enough to suit most people Local merchants report a largo and satisfactory holiday trade Numerous sleighing parties to and from the village the past week the Dispatch Is sincere in wish ing every friend and ipatron a Happy New Year An acetylene Las lighting plant has beenplaced in the residence of H A Manchester Local dealers have cut consider able ice from seven to ten inches thick the past week E E Hull is having an acetylene lighting plant placed in his South Broad street residence The Union schools reopen next Monday morning and tho Normal re sumes work Tuesday morning Tho plant of tho Canfleld Lumber Co Is shut down this week so that all hands may enjoy tho holiday sea son Since Christmas there has been plenty of snow for sleighing and a steady temperature close to 20 de grees The old council will meet next Monday night and after closing up its affairs the new council will be gin its work Tho fourth number of the college le...

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