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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 31 December 1909

L r Hr K ir F I til fr E THE UNEMPLOYED Why are there so many unemployed persons In various parts of the -world Business depression Is of course ac countable for the hardships many working people undergo at Intervals says the Boston Globe But business depression Is not the cause of the per manent army of the unemployed which In London for Instance Is never disbanded The royal commis sion which Investigated this and other problems expresses the opinion that this army Is recruited from workers -who when boys had to leave school -without learning a manual trade and also -without sufficient general educa tion Such boys after leaving school never learned a regular trade but took whatever jobs were at hand Conse quently their occupation being inter mittent a livelihood precarious in youth became more so In mature age If this guess of the royal commission Is true then It follows that by educat ing everybody cither for mental or manual labor the supply of those capa ble of doing skilled or ...

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. — 31 December 1909

tu N 11 im LOCAL NEWSITEM eti Jtthtrtd la Tows County and Neighborhood eaters Nijes 18 seeking an appropriation 25000 for a federal building Mrs Jane SLeyda the oldest ient of Augusta Carroll county died iast -week aged 88 years At Toungstown Dec 22 by ReT t Wcttacb Alvln Knopp ol Colum biana and Miss Eflle Baer ot Calla rere united in marriage -The remains of Tod King son of Ir ana Mrs is a rung or m D C -who died some months ago n South America wero taken to Us tion last week for burial i Wit- i 111 i miimI A 1l ttn tt9 1 oci mere win u iiu imai ucmcij Ift i nail OttLUrUUy uaiilulB ttltj ifcyuuu ndWnt on New Years they are allowed 1 o remain at home and enoy the Ft day MMi On Christmas Mr and Mrs W ZJ Nefl of Leetonia well known in this nr iihfilf nvnrrlaeo many atriends calling during the day to con- enekfatnlate them M m f Rahln business rnanacer 8 of the Warren Tribune the uast flvo enJyearB has resigned and gone to Lodl 6nBPl to engage in the fruit raising Ingfcjusinesg Nat Sa...

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. — 31 December 1909

w h i IMBUED WEEKJLY 4 V FOWJLER CANHELD ILKPHONI OaTr tU Monthly Tire Monthl lflaclOopr wrist Editor Cintdlan tnbseripUoni IU0 SFKUIAIi X0TIOK OHIO NO 4B TKRMB OF SUBSCMPTION 60 35 03 fcV Cardi Obitouy Nottoei Retolntioni of EnwAto 1 rrsfea miA mIa nf mrrtn inn Anftriublfl Lrulamenti nd tho like whr an admlision f e Jl oSrrd will be ehrl for t the rate of enj Ut cent word Thoie mmt bo paid for p a tmhw or ebirged to reipomlblo partUi ordtrtaf lie tamo FRIDAY DECEMBER 31 1909 Having 220000000 to her credit Mrs E H Harrlman Is without doubt the richest woman in the world The Dispatch can hardly credit the story sent out of Columbus that grart has been found In the work of ex aminers Jn the state bureau of ac counting It is alleged Uiat some ex aminers would secure hotel accommo dations at 2 a day and in their ex pense account change up 3 a day This would seem to be too petty a form of graft for any man In public office to consider There has been considerable dlscus elon as to whether...

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. — 31 December 1909

IAPISON SQUARE GARDEN 80ON TO BE SOLD reatlon of the Late Stanford Whits Vill be Replaced by Great Of Hce Building New York Dec 20 Negotiations re practically closed for the sale of adlsOn Square garden to a syndl rte headed by a prominent real es te operator The property has been the market for some time at S3 0000 It carries a first mortgage of 260000 and a second mortgage of 00000 The block has fronts re of 76 feet on Fourth and Madison enucs and a depth of 425 feet on venty slxth and Twenty seventh reets lit Is understood that the purchasing Indicate is Dlannlne to tear down fe garden and erect modern store ft and office buildings on the site Madison Square garden designed me laio aiamoru wnue was uuiu 1889 90 The structure contains side the large arena the garden 3atre and the concert hall It was ened June 16 1890 with a concert Edward Strauss orchestra which is attended by 17000 persons Slnre the vast auditorium has been the fen of many famous political gath lugs It has also e...

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. — 31 December 1909

m r i ft if I I f a I I ll i r 0EJAM1NTHE0HI0 RIVER BRINGS FEAR TONS UPON TONS PILED HIGH AGAINST PIERS OF BRIDGES SPANNING STREAM SHORE PROPERTY IN DANGER Traffic Entirely Abandoned and River men Are Preparing to Cope with One of the Worst Ice Packs Ever Experienced Pittsburg Dec 29 With tons upon tons of Ice piled high against the piers of bridges spanning the Ohio river here and at points below Pitts burg river traffic has been entirely abandoned and rlvermen are prepar ing to cope with ono of the worst Ice packs ever experienced In the har bor here An estimated 10000000 bushels of coal has been diverted from Its usual river transportation to southern points and care are being asked for from all railroads by coal operators who realize that It may be weeks be fore the packet owners can again take up the work of transporting the coal fleets down the Ohio At Pittsburg river navigation ceased Christmas day A packet from Wheel ing W Va managed to get Into the harbor here through seemi...

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. — 7 January 1910

hi Mj i srwi 7s - Please favor The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices Yarns 100 a Tear VOL XXXIII I WXSHINGTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold There was no preaching service la this Tillage last Sunday Miss Minnie Wlnrose la employed at the home of Judge W W Hole la Salem John Waters boss at the Peerless mine Is laid up with rheumatism and indigestion Chas Stouffer sold 92 bushels of wheat to 0 C Weikart last Friday for 115 per bushel There are B Saturdays 5 Sundays and 5 Mondays in this month two of the Saturdays are marked as holidays John Woods Ray Stoufter Chas Bossert and Emmet Carlisle were In Youngstown Saturday afternoon see ing the play of Rip Van Winkle Ex mayor Longbottom reoelyed word last Friday from Ashtabula announc ing the death from measles of his 3-year-old granddaughter Elsie White The householders in the hamlet of West Point have petitioned the board of education of Madison township for a school house The enumeration l...

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. — 7 January 1910

X t a SURPRISING REDUCTIONS ON HIGH CLASS COATS FOR CHILDREN We -want to sell every Childs Coat In the store la short order at this sale Wo just have too many and wo cut tho price deep enough to make It an object to buy and Keep until next season If necessary every Coat new this season Regular price range from 350 to 1760 each take your pick of them at tho Ask You to Be Here sale for HALF PRICE GOLF AND CASHMERE GLOVES DEEP CUT PRICES Will offer Golf Gloves In plain and fancy that sold for 50c the pair at tho Ask You to bo Here sale for the pair 19c Cashmere Goes In pain colors these were good sellors at 50c the pair for this Ask You to be Here sale the pair 19c BIG ITEM MENS DRESS SHIRTS FOR 39c Think tho first day of this sale will close all of these out Mens Anchor brand negligee Dress Shirts were a special value nt 50c at the Ask You to be Hero sale for I- 39c MENS 100 SWEATER COATS FOR 39c One of tho most popular garments of the season arc these Sweater Coats sold thli number f...

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. — 7 January 1910

rm Mbtmuim HOME HAPPENINGS 4- Many people la this locality are suffering ironl severe coughs and colds Mild tvealher came last Saturday and by Sunday morning the run of fine sleighing -was at an end a There -will he a special meeting It oflhe local Masonic lodge this Frl oayj -evening iot aegreo irorK A crowd of young people enjoyed a sled ride to New Buffalo last Fri day night and was entertained at D K Hollers Miss Ruby Chldester very entertained a company of friends at her home on Court street New Years Eve The board of county school exam iners -will meet in Canfleld Saturday The examination will be held at the union school building -The union schools reopened Mon day morning after the holiday vaca tion and work at the Normal was re sumed Tuesday morning Tho ringing for an hour of all the church and school bells In town marked the death of the old year and tho birth of tho new A sled load of married people went to the home of Mr and Mrs O 51 Hlnrv west of the village Thurs day ni...

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. — 7 January 1910

V t t t Sa3h jyWB THE HABBIT Throughout the country Terr many mn are gunning Jnst now for rabbits They do not know they are destroying vormln In Austria rabbits are driven Into corrals and clubbed to death In our own western orchards the rabbit is such a pest that the trees must be protected by wire at the lower end of the bole But the rabbit Is a fairly gopd thing to eat So Is the clean ro dent even the muskrat Man eats apythlng as a matter of fact which is palatable An oyster does not Invite Thackeray has remarked upon the courage of the first man who attempt ed one So with rabbits Some women are so squeamish that they would as soon eat a cat It might be well to ask them Why will you eat ham the meat of the filthiest animal there Is or chicken the foulest next And yet re volt at the thought of eating a steak from the cleanest of all animals the horse When we look at the age in which wo live from any but the grossly ma terial viewpoint from the vlewpolnl of the things of the highes...

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. — 7 January 1910

a 8 at n wi ci it- Wl a to art Blj ho J0 rbi th nn wl be I 1 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS 6ifcere4 la Towa Cotnty mi Many new flames have been added to the Dispatch list the past week county teachers will hold an Institute In Warren Saturday Jan 15 At Warren Tuesday 32 new cases 4 of measles In 20 families were re- i ported Lyman Mllner one of thejorlglnal v force of letter carriers when service l wasestabllshd In Alliance 19 years t ago Jias resigned 5 Anonymous correspondence can not be used In tha Dispatch This q for the information of those whose si signed letters do not appear today M a Tneetlnc of the BIr Four Coun ty Teachers association -will be held la Nlles Jan 22 to arrange for the annual session of teachers In that city In March Frank Braden son oi Postmaster Braderi resigned his clerkship In the Warren Ddstoluce to accept a place In the claim department of the Dia monu Rubber Co In Akron The Ohio Teachers Association will hold Its annual meeting this year at Cedar Point Jane 28 30 ...

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. — 7 January 1910

Vf O V tty Staining Jtsgatcjr C C 1FOWKJRWL OANFIELD KJ Editor OHIO VHUBPHONK IMC 4lO TKftMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ox rr gji Months xhn Monlhi tHSKiecepr 0 Canadian rabscrlptlona 150 tun srsuiAi XOXIOK 50 25 03 OMtnary Ntrtleei Reiolotlont of Reipeot Cird t Taaaka and noUoee of ehnroh and charitable n HrtAiunanta nd the like when an admiislon fee la ourrd -will be eharted for at the rats of one lali neat a word Theie mil be paid for In ad- ruoe or abused to reiponaible partita orderut tat UE9 FRIDAY JANUARY 7 1910 Looks now as though Gov Harmon will be the national democratis stand ard bearer In 1912 Even the partisan republican press of the state finds much to commend In the message of Gov Harmon to the legislature Trumbull county Is not a demo cratic hot bed but there ore lire ones of that political faith within her bord ers A Jackson Day banquet has been arranged for at Bristol Saturday night There wjll ho a lot of fine speaking and good eating On account of many and varied bus iness I...

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. — 7 January 1910

JFi l fc Superstition ard Birds Tho Btate of tho weather 14 nccdrd ttie t rllfttlft IrnrllfthTi imnnmlM I u u - l iuiu iijr ouservauon oi various blrda Ducks Swans and water fowl give warning of bad weather by bathing nd pluming their feathers with extra care and make a great fuss by clap ping their wings Should ah owl be heard hoptlng at night nir ft houfo containing a sick person It Is regarded by many as an Infallible sign of death A similar meaning by the way Is Attached to a flock of ravens If they fly and cry oyer and around a house To encounter a single magpie and aft erward several together Is most un lucky To meet n couple of them fore tells an approaching wedding three speak of a prosperous Journey to be undertaken four proclaim unexpected good news while If five are seen Strangers may be expected Home Chat Church Social Center Rev George V Stone field secre tary of the American Unitarian asso ciation In California has established in social center at All Souls church in Sa...

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. — 7 January 1910

f ft ir i Bf WSM mmwwfym WAKE AN ARTIFICIAL CAMPHOR Gorman Chemists Have Produced Ar ticle That to a Certain Extent Is Good Substitute During the war between Japan and Itussla the price of camphor had a sur prising rise since Japan prohibited he exportation of the gum the manu facture of which is a Btate monopoly The reason given was that the nation needed the camphor for the making of smokeless powder Of the 8000000 or 10000000 pounds annually produced the ma king of celluloid absorbs the greatest ipart about 70 per cent explosives require about 2 per cent and other industries account for the remainder Camphor is produced by the distilla tion of a certain kind of wood grown In Japan Formosa and southern Chi jna The exports vary greatly from year to year and the price has violent changes such as 1 a hundredweight Xn 1868 130 in 1907 and 40 in 1908 What the future of the camphor In dustry will be no one knows In In dia Ceylon Florida and Texas im mense groves have been planted but it...

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. — 14 January 1910

Please favof The Dispatch with a Trial Job Printing Order Artistic Execution Right Prices Terms 100 a Tear VOL XXXUI I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Hcrold Cora Eyster bought John Possaga sleigh i Zo Vlgnon Is experimenting -with a carbide lamp In his coal mine Any old sleigh and string ot bells had their use the past week School commenced Monday morn ing after two weeks vacation Sleighing parties to Columbiana and Salem were popular this week The band and orchestra are prac ticing for p dance Saturday night Boys snowballing Tuesday evening broke a window In C E Holts store Ross Fisher Is homo from Youngs town suffering with stomach trouble Coal haulers nro ibusy Ailing coal houses that became empty during the ley roads Geo B Baker a former coal oper ator of this place but now of East Palestine was hero Monday Oreen Township Sunday School Un ion convention In the Disciple church at Greenford next Sunday afternoon and evening Thos Vaughn at Seattle Wash Is receiving a po...

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. — 14 January 1910

H h m srL SWij W ft The Fordyce Osborne Co Youngstown 0 Frank and Harold George brothers and W R Garner three most promi nent young men In Atlanta Ga were Instantly killed when a touring loco mobile in which they were speeding out was torn to pieces by a trolley car W H George father of the George brothers and F S Gable who were also in the automobile were seriously injured and may not recov er Henry Johnston motorman on the trolley car was badly hurt The Lisbon police have discovered a republican plot against the life of lllng Manuel and 40 suspected repub licans have been arrested soma of whom are believed to have been im plicated in the assassination of King Carina inaepenaeni coat operators oi me whole country won a sweeping victory when the supreme court reversed wkat Is known as the Illinois Central aad the Alton coal cases The de cision will go far toward preventing eol famines because of car short age in the future because the court held lp effect that railroads cannot follo...

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. — 14 January 1910

- HOME HAPPENINGS This -winter Is sure oli fashloned noigh Boost all the lira for tho locality in which your lot fl cast There W llttie danger of snow shoveling Ixjcomliig a lost art A merry crowd of young people danced In town hall Saturday night Newton Wllloughby la 111 with typhoid fever at his home on Court street A sled load of Canfleld ladies went to Youngstown Thursday to Lear Roy Wi A Sunday Quito a number from this locality hare attended the Sunday meetings in Toungstown this week Canfleld should Becure at least one good Industry this year Let us get together and land one There Will bo a meeting of tho board of Normal trustees at the col lege next Wednesday night The Girls Club was pleasantly entertained toy Miss Josephine Helsel last Saturday evening at the home of James Williams The regular monthly meeting of the Canfleld Board of Trade will bo held at ltB office on High street next Tuesday night Much Interest is being manifested In the evangelistic meetings being conduct...

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. — 14 January 1910

f I it - i RAT AND HAT PUtsbnrg fnrnlBhes the latest phase of the rat question In one of the large department stores In that city the salesgirls have In obedience to a perfectly natural law of femlnlno fash ion adopted the expansive coiffure in all its extravagance Rats and puffs hare dominated the aisles of trade Some of the creatlc s have been mar vets of complexity and proportions The proprietor of the establishment on a recnt tour through the departments noticed that customers could not ob tain a clear view of the stock He or dered forthwith the abandonment of all artificial head padding under penalty of dismissal The girls behind the counter srefused to abandon the rats Rather than reduce the size of their hair schemes they -would strike In a body Their reply was laid before the proprietor and negotiations followed for the merchant hesitated about pre cipitating so serious a situation in the midst of the holiday trade The walk ing delegate put the case persuasively The girls th...

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. — 14 January 1910

KmZ t LOCAL HEWS ITEMS Ottfeerea la Town Cofisty and Ntllhborhood - Fine opportunity offered for sleighing and snuggling See no evil speak no evil hear ao evil Is sound advice ISnow and cold weather the past week Interfered much with railroad train e ute was held last week In Damascus C E Ink has sold his store to C B Clapp and E A Ahern of Akron Mr Ink and son Harry and C T Ink ft Canton will leave shortly for an extended stay In Florida An advertisement Is to a business man very much what sowing seed Is -to a farmer It may take a little time for tho results tobccome apparent but they are sure to come Tho wlso farmer Is not niggardly with his seed nor tho wise business man with his advertising Four derailed frefght cars near Washlngtonvlllo last week Thursday night Interrupted traffic on tho Nllcs Lisbon railroad 13 hours Tho pas senger train from tho north did not reach Lisbon until 7 oclock Friday morning giving tho crow only a fow minutes Ibeforo starting on tho north liouhtl tr...

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. — 14 January 1910

6e StsJcninB gispatcfc ISUKD WEKKJLY tf U FOWLEK OANFIELD W CCFMONK N4 Editor JTKHM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION Sir tiiiHu ra nonui PVUrtVuIJ CudUn nbtctiptlons 1150 OHIO A 50 as 03 Jf BOIAL HOT1UJB nir ntinM ftttolntlrmi of Rsitoot CrdJ at Taanki tad notion of ohatch d charitable n iriuuutiM aodths ilk mhtn an admlfrion im it mnrd irlll b chirred for at the raw of on U at word lb nt b pjK tm to ox ijTga 10 latan FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1910 Speaker Cannon appears to be very much on the toboggan just now buJt he has the satisfaction of knowing that he ruled with an Iron hand for a long season anyhow Ohio state primary elections this year will be held Tuesday May 17 when county ofllcors will be nominat ed Tno republicans will elect 106G delegates to the state convention and the democrats 10D Canton Is reaching out for the dem ocratic state comentlon Canton has demonstrated In tho past that sho can take care of a crowd having a fine auditorium and several large ho tels IBut Columbus will probably se c...

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. — 14 January 1910

White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs All Childrens Suits 25 Per Cent Off H All Sweater Coats 14 Off Heavy Drawers 69c All Underwear 25 Per Cent Off Heavy Sox All Wool I 19c I Boys Waists I 39c I Blue Handkercniefs I 3c m Motes and Coimmnieinilt Of Interest to Women Reader SAVES TRYING ON HATS I Various Styles Painted on Cards with Opening for Face WlinHinr ihfl mllllnnrv dnvlco do- eiciied by a iNcw York man will bo Pas popular ns it Ib ingenious remains to be seen According to the prevail- wmammmmmrmmmmammmmmmmmmmm ng opinion of a womans department a millinery store it does not seem likely The device consists of a large fard with an opening large enough admit a womans bead Above the peping Is painted a hat of some par ticular design while below is a de- lign to represent the bust portion of womans waist The idea Is to have a supplied -with a painted re iroductlon of every hat in stock Vhen customers come in they look lie hats over on their stands and Ivhen they see styles they would lik...

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