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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mahoning dispatch. — 4 March 1910

hrt t -- f ISSUED WEEKLY C C FOWLER Editor CANFIED OHIO TELEPHONE do 48 Terms of Subscription One Tear 100 x Months 60 Three Months 25 Blngle Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions 160 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards of Thanks and notice of chureh and charitable entertain tnents and the like where an admis sion fee is charged will be charged for at the rate of one half cent a word These must be paid for in advance or charged to responsible parties order- lac the same FRIDAY MARCH 4 1910 Now that most of the snow Is gone a dashing rain Is needed to wash Mother Earths dirty face It Is given out as a certainty that there will be no change made in Ohio temperance laws at the present ses sion of the legislature Republican candidates for county ofllces are as thick as flies in August and most of them live In Youngs town It Is no longer much use for rural candidates to apply for do not the city fellows harbor the notion that Youngstown is the whole coun ty Congressman...

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. — 4 March 1910

State News RISING STREAMS PLAY HAVOC Encroaching Water In Every Part ot State Threaten Great Damage Many Families Homeless Cleveland O One Tillage under water railroad tracks washed away families -forced from dwellings manufacturing plants shut down and many buildings endangered this in jiart is the result of floods In Ohio Every section of the state Is suffering from high water although the total damage yet Is small Elkton Colum biana county Is entirely Under -water The flood Is due to an unprecedented flse In the waters of Beaver creek Howard Llghtbody of Youngstown feven son of Hamilton Llghtbody a City fireman went through the rotten jce on Dry Run In the East End park and was drowned His death was the only one indirectly due to the floods I in the state At ZancsvIIlo the city Is facing the i -worst flood situation since the record breaking high waters of 1898 Both the Muskingum and Licking rivers have been rising steadily until the danger mark has been passed Fully 300 families...

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. — 4 March 1910

M Kf Jfc VP - w V I- i M ti i s QGARET LULLGUESTU110 MALL OPPOSITION TO MEASURE WHICH PASSES ASSEMBLY IN AMENDED FORM ml tt i AQEjLIMfTRAISED TO TAKE BOYVtlPTO TWENTY ONE YEARS OLD IN Columbus O Mar 2 The house of representatives on March 1 raised tho age limit from 16 to 21 rears at which not alone clgareta but tobacco In any form legacy can be used This action was a compromise resulting from the debate over the drastic DIN mars bill seeking absolutely to pro hibit the manufacture and sale as well as the use of clgareU In Ohio In Its amended form the bill went through 100 to 2 As the new law leaves the house It provides a 25 fine for any person under 21 who uses tobacco In any form Violators may be brought be fore the common pleas probate or Juvenile court judge on an affidavit Jury trial is eliminated In the con fusion over proposed amendments no penalty was provided for dealers who furnish tobacco to minors This Is to be corrected Minors found guilty of Indulging In any of the fo...

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. — 11 March 1910

I MAPt t SVBW SEASON Is near and this is a reminder that neat labels fully complying irith the law are promptly printed at theDls patch office at little cost Other job printing executed too Tanas 1JM Yar VOL XXXHL I iWASHINQTONVIIXE By Peter Mi Herold Today -while yet the trees are bare A bint of Is In the air And merrily the streamlets flow Unlocked at last of ice and snow That melt and disappear I saw at dawtt of morn today The wild geese on their northward way In tireless flight go wedging by Midway between the earth and sky A sign that spring Is near Governor Harmon has appointed April 8 as arbor day J E Gilbert spent a few days of last week In Pittsburg Mrs S C Wilson and daughter Epha were In Salem Saturday Andv Ttnllnntvnn ntirt natta ncro I1 here from Cleveland over Sunday An East raiesune man has invent ed a device for holding klvers on beds O Taylor and family of town spent Sunday here with tlves Harry Dlrupt bas rented the Chas itiAveroy property lately vacated by l J as ...

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. — 11 March 1910

El t L a- if 4 iff I IH m t j Jtf 1 a ft THE FORDYCfi OSBORNE CO YOUNQSTOWN OHIO and cut him In the exaction of n fiend ish revenge on thu man he branded ns tho wrecker of his home In so far us punishment of Cudahy is con cerned tho affair Is ended When the case comes to trial March 15 It has been assured that Cudahy will be dis missed with a nominal fine on a charge of disturbing tho pence Horticultural experts report after an Investigation thnt the Illinois peach crop is dead for this year One child was drowned as the result of a flood which filled tho basements In eight blocks near the southern Mil waukee city limits Of thirty two Cornell university stu dents who have been awarded hon ors by election to the Phi Heta Kappa nineteen are women and only thirteen men Tangled In the wreckage of a col lapsed dirigible balloon L L Jlill a San Jose Cal aeronaut fell 1C0 feet vesterday before a crowd of several housand spectators at the local race track He was not Injured Since President 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. — 11 March 1910

HOME HAPPENINGS f A large flock of -wild geese head ed north passed over the village Wed nesday morning H W Mentzer sold his property on Lisbon street to R A Manchester Consideration 1100 Nearly all the teachers in this locality will attend the four county teachers institute In Nlles Friday evening and Saturday R A Brown -will engage In the manufacture of canvas gloves In a small way to start In connection with his shoe business John Taher is preparing to build a large brick oven in the rear of his store and will engage extensively in the baking business Communion services at the Mi E Church last Sunday In charge of District- Superintendent B O Buxton were largely attended Teachers and pupils of the union schools are enjoying a vacation of one week the maple sugar bush at tracting visits from many of them A lage crowd attended and en joyed the maple sugar social at the Presbyterian church Wednesday night The receipts amounted to 30 On account of poor health B E Nell has closed his m...

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. — 11 March 1910

r r fl i ft St 1 tt 1 I GOLEEXOISELAWILLEGAL OHIO NOW FACE3 MOST SERIOUS FINANCIAL CRISIS IN ITS HISTORY BTATE WITHOUT THE MEANS OF FORCING CORPORATIONS TO PAY TAXES Columbus O Mar 9 The state of Ohio Is now face to face with the most serious financial crisis in its his tory The session of the genet al as sembly will have to be Indefinitely prolonged to meet a grave situation that has just came upon the legisla ture with the suddenness of a cloud 3urst The Cole excise law under -which the state gets close to 2500 O00 of Its revenues Is no longer legal insofar as it affects all interstate bust nes8 Big corporations already are re fusing to pay the tax There is no manner in which to enforce collection of the tax except through what now appears to be utterly hopeless action in the courts The grave nature of the problem was revealed In a 10000 word state ment by Attorney General Dennian addressed to the governor and tlio senate and house committees on finance judiciary and taxation What...

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. — 11 March 1910

J 33 J J J5 J J 3 3 3 M J J 5 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS fltrkefcl la Towa Comty tad Neighborhood H ti Spelman ha stored 45M0 tons of ico in his houses bordering Lake Brady Since the Pennsylvania Railroad company -undertook forestry it has planted 3482186 trees There are still two full weeks of Lent ending with Easter which fails on Sunday March 27 Ira Has8ler of Niles formerly of Canfleld has resigned as Justice of the peace in Weathersfleld township -There are 153 inmates In the Co lumbiana county infirmary or about a hundred less than in the Mahoning county Institution W M Case died In Mecca last Friday of pneumonia aged 80 years lie was born and always lived near where he first saw the light A S Bailey 41 years old died In Warren last Friday of lung troub le He was a native of Lordstown His wife and five children survive him r There are 36 applicants for the jjuperintendency of the Fairmount childrens home near ML Union M M Southworth resigned after serving 19 years in the place v Mrs Net...

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. — 11 March 1910

t I I -3 - C Ct Signing Jispicjj rS3UED WEEKLY jC C FOWLER Editor CANFIELD i I OHIO TELEPHONE NO 48 Tcrmt of Subscription One Year L00 i Months BO Three Months 25 Single Copy 03 Canadian subscriptions jlBO r Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions of Re spect Cards of Thanks and notices ef church and charitable entertain ments and the like where an admis sion fee is charged will be charged for at the rate of one half cent a word These must be paid for in advance or charged to responsible parties order ing the same FRIDAY MARCH 11 1910 There is no material change Philadelphia strike conditions in Unless public sentiment greatly changes and there Is little likeli hood of it Gov Harmon is certain to bo re elected next fall and that will mean his nomination for tho presidency In 1910 The republican convention to nom inate Jtwo circuit judges for this dis trict will be held in Kast Liverpool August 25 There will be no dearth of candidates M A Norris of Youngs town being among tho num...

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. — 11 March 1910

1 Ohio Happenings I ARREST FORMER CITY MAYOR Alliance O Authorities Charge Em bezzlement of Pine Paid by 8aloon Keeper Alliance O Former Mayor John lx McConnell of this city was ar rested here on the charge of embcz element On March 15 1909 John Pfalvl was arrested for pointing fire arms Mayor McConnell fined him 25 and costs the fine was paid by Steve Untch who took a receipt When he came to make a settlement with Pfalvl he had lost his receipt Untch aBked Mayor Speldel to let him see the criminal docket No entry of -the case could be found and the name does not appear on the police blot ter Untch at once signed an affida vit charging McConnell with embez zlement The former mayor received his first Intimation of the trouble from his brother County Auditor J 11 McCon nell who asked him to call at the office of Mayor Speldel and look Into -the trouble When ho came to the oIDce he and the mayor had an alter cation ending by the mayor placing McConnell under arrest He asked -for an Imm...

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. — 11 March 1910

0 t H i i U L SIKH DESERT THE TROLLEY MEN PEOPLE WHO WENT OUT IN SYM PATHY RETURN TO THEIR JOBS GOULD SEE NO USE STAYING OUT 6trlke Leaders Appeal to Various Na tional Labor Organizations to Rush Organizers and Orators to Philadelphia Philadelphia Mar 9 It looked tnuch like the beginning of the end here for the general sympathetic Strike called In aid of the street car employes who have been out for more than two weeks We got em out didnt we was the triumphant claim of the labor leaders who had been predicting that they would Induce 100000 workers to leave their jobs and make a silent protest against the poor pay and ad verse conditions inflicted upon the trolley men Yes but you couldnt keep em out was the reply by the Transit Co end the city officials who have been All along in sympathy with that cor poration And It seems now ns though the corporation and tho city are justified In that statement For there was a decided drift away from the ranks of the strikers here and back to 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. — 18 March 1910

Jbx r Tints 166 a Yr t3 V MAfn t yrOv eaon It new and this is a reminder that neat labels fully complying -with the law are promptly printed at the Dis patch oce at little cost Other Job printing executed too VOL XXXIII I WASHINQTONVILLE LOCAL GLEANINGS By Peter M Herold David Kllngensihlth was la Youngs town Monday Sacramental services at the M E Church next Sunday Samuel BUger jr was here from Youngstown over Sunday St Patricks day the wearing of the shamrock and the green today John Barnes has reopened his lunch wagon after being hibernated for sev eral weeks Henry Berry has rented the Oil Taylor -property lately Vacated by Abel Tourdot Mrs Henry King and son of New Castle aro visiting her parents Chas DeJano and wire Bert Welkart wife and daughter Thelma of Leetonla were here Sun day with relatives Two residents from East Palestine were before Mayor StoufTer twice Sat urday afternoon and night Jos Thorp and daughter Leorn wero called to Munclo Ind Friday to at tend the funeral 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. — 18 March 1910

thf tit Us ials oc on tl - 5 K i r v -Complete Review of Happenings oi Greatest Interest from All Parts oi the Globe Latest Home ard For elgn Items fcHSONAL Theodore ftoosevelt Jr nccordlnf to a New York dispatch is expected tc finish his labors nt tho ThonipsonvilU Conn carpet plant In June and la ter will become ninnnger of tho cor poratlnns western houses with San Francisco ns headquarters Dr Frederick A Cook will start foi New York from Illo Janeiro March 18 stopping in routo at Colon and Mo bile Ala Former President John Mitchell oi the United Mlno Workers is lending a national crusade for one days rest in seven for worklngmen Brig Gen L L P Bradley U S A retired died of paralysis nt bis home in Tproma Wash Ho wns 88 years old The president of the United States and the governor general ot Canada will for Uie first time shake bands and extend best wishes to each other at Albany N Y The Important meet ing promises to be the most interest ing affair of its kind that has taken plac...

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. — 18 March 1910

PPPI v IME HAPPENINGS i4h re sugar snow Wednesday r Iher tennis court west of the 5 building is being laid out maple syrup is selling In market for afoout 1 a gal- aughter was born Sunday to Mrs Emery Bunts ol EHs wnshlp IE Hull has been awarded con- to erect residences on High or Roy and Harry Delfs 10 pound son was born last y to Rev and Mrs J E Lynn ren well known In Canfield union schools reopened Mon iornlng after a weeks vlth a considerably increased lance ae Girls Club was delightfully tained Tuesday evening by Miss Williams at her borne on west street Evangelistic meetings held in the ian church for two weeks st Sunday night with ten add- o the membership J Dickson is building a large near his residence on South street in which he will con the livery business iero was no meeting of the fd of Trade Tuesday night social Pother functions claiming the at ari of many of the members iomcr Mentzer has purchased a ross street of O N Bough- land as soon as possible will foe- Mhe erec...

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. — 18 March 1910

fe J Jv it I l li ft I r 1 ft U f I ow I u t M7 lL P WfrjIWgBMttiJLJII LI1 mIJImi 5gg Fil I MiUnWWlMi i Sample Suits Sample Coats Sampler Skirts Sample Dresses All New Models This Spring at About One Third Off This store has generally started the sea son with a remarkable- low price sale of Ilcady toWear Garments not to make an exception of tnls season we have been se curing samples from the best houses for this event and have what we consider the best values we havo jet presented Of course the prices are for these samples only we have all told the following sam ples 133 Childrens Coats sizes 2 to 1C years 40 Misses Coats sizes C to 14 jcars 45 Misses and Ladles Coats 15 Misses and Ladles Ono Piece Dresses 133 Childrens Coats sizes 2 to 6 years and sell regularly for 200 to 18 00 each to bo sold at One Third Off 40 Misses Coats sizes G to 14 years these sell regularly for 3 50 to 1000 each choice for One Third Off 45 Ladles and Misses Coats rcgulnr prices from 10 00 to 25 00 each pi...

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. — 18 March 1910

F3J KMMHMniltMM HOME HAPPENINGS More night sugar snow Wednesday Another tennis court west of tho Normal building Is being laid out New maple syrup is selling In the local market for about 1 a gal lon r A daughter was born Sunday to Mr and Mrs Emery Bunts of Ells worth township E E Hull has been awarded con tracts to erect residences on High street for Roy and Harry Delfs A 10 pound son was born last Saturday to Rev and Mrs J E Lynn of Warren well known In Canfleld The union schools reopened Mon day morning after a weeks vaca tion with a considerably Increased attendance The Girls Club was delightfully entertained Tuesday evening by Misa Clara Williams at her home on West Main street Evangelistic meetings held in the -Christian church for two weeks clos ed last Sunday night with ten addi tions to the membership W J Dickson Is building a large barn near his residence on South Broad street in which he will con tinue tho livery business There was no meeting of tho Board of Trade Tuesday...

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. — 18 March 1910

h I n 1 1 3 H i f i J A THE frtODERN FABMEB The old or deij changeth and the t ar tner In coming Into hi own Not the farmer of the funny papers with his palfched Jeans held up by one gallus driving a spavined team with a broken down cart says Portland Oregonlan This class of agriculturists la rapidly following the dodo the great auk and other rare old birds Into the dead and forgotten past In his place has ap peared a progressive well read pros perous Individual who seldom gets beyond the reach of the telephone and the dally paper The old system of haphazard farming has no attraction tor this modern agriculturist and he has reduced his calling to a science The lessons of adversity have aided In bringing about this change but to the greatest extent It Is due to the spread of good farming gospel as taught by the agricultural colleges and demon strated on experimental farms With the elevation of his calling the farmer Is bringing about a remarkable social economic and moral change The ...

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. — 18 March 1910

iii r r a e 0 let M LOCAL NEWS ITEMS t Gathtrea la Tews Camty afti I K JO K K K J i K K J4 JO K t J -Dr S A Grouao will leavo -Se-brine and locate In Oberlln New maple syrup is selling at 0 to 35 cents a gallon in Chagrin Falls The Mahoning county W C T V Institute will be held In Yonngstown on March 30 and 31 Iiogan Wolf employed In the French pottery at Sebrlng fell dead Jast Friday of heart disease The warm days of spring lately haro brought out the marbles which are In the hands of the boys Htenry Yoder 68 years old fell dead of apoplexy at Glrard last Fri day afternoon Deceased served in Co A 76th O V I during the civil war There is little likelihood of bad roads this spring There was little water or frost In the ground last fall bo that spring freezing and thaw ing has slight effect on highways -Red is the color that the Penn sylvania Co has adopted for the painting of all its buildings replac ing the drab The painting gangs on the various divisions will soon begin their work ...

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. — 18 March 1910

Br I- V Wb c Ufagonmg gispfcfe ISSUED WEEKLY - - - - i C C FOWLER Editor CANFIEUD J i OHIO i i TELEPHONE NO 48 Terms of Subscription One Year L00 SAX Months 60 Three MonthB 25 Single Cony 03 Canadian subscriptions 160 Special Notice Obituary Notices Resolutions ot Re ipect Cards ot Thanks and notices of church and charitable entertain ments and the like where an admls lion fee Is charged will be charged for at the rate of one halt cent a word These must be paid for In advance or charged to responsible parties order ing the same FRIDAY MARCH 18 1910 Little will be heard about talk be ing cheap It the telephone Inter ests succeed In getting what they want from the Ohio legislature Members of all political parties are of two classes One class consists of those who aro In the party for what they can do for the people The other consists of thoso who ore In the party for what they can get the people to do for them At Columbus Wednesday the jury in the case of former state printer Mark Sla...

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. — 18 March 1910

C Ktp WOLB00K MEASURE PASSES SENATE OF OHIO 3IVES STATE COMMISSION THE POWER TO CELECT AND FIX PRICE OF ALL TEXTS EAN BILL TO OFFSET OPTION LAW GOES TO TEMPERANCE COMMITTEE TO REMAIN Columbus O Mar 16 The can Boole Co commonly known as the school book trust was the object m a terrific arraignment In the sen ho March 16 Following a succession t startling and at times sensational barges the upper branch of the as embly passed the Yount bill ig for the state school book Ion -with arbitrary powers to select io school texts and reculate the rices for all the Tillage and township Ichools In Ohio The bill Is regarded as the most far teaching and important of Its kind In tears The authority to select school Xts Is taken away from the local jards of education entirely The In vasion of city boards of education tin ier the terms of the law Is the next tep While the senate literally was over the text book bill the Iattllng a six years light by pass ig the Lowery bill providing for two low norma...

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