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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - November 23, 1909, Massillon, Ohio                                THE EVENING INDEPENDENT LAST XXIJ No ill MASSILLON OHIO TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1909 PRICE ONE CENT 11 FROM Tram Chances for an Interesting Congressional Convention will likely be nominated for second terms without opposition For sheriff Dr T C McQuaite and Adam W Oberlin are candidates Mr Oberlin is now deputy sheriff H Ross Ake deputy county treasurer i has announced himself for county treasurer Martin Brenner of Mas sillon is also said to be a possible candidate George Brissel and Samuel Ake present county commissioners will be candidates for second terms A L McDonald former commissioner FIRE RESULTS IN HEAVY CAVEINS TOLEDO BANKS TO MERGE Rescue Work Blocked in East Section of Mine of also menioiied among JAKE DAYS TO MAKE ENTRANCE MASSILLON MAY HAVE ASPIRANT Three candidates are to be nominated S L Correll of Canton Ed Whit night of East Sparta and Wiliam R Herbsl of Canton are said to con template seeking nomination as in firmary director Three are to be Ohio Savings and Trust and Dol lar Savings in Deal Toledo Nov announce ment was made Monday of the practi cal completion of the merger of the Ohio Savings Hank and Trust Com pany and the Dollar Savings Bank and Trust Company under the name of the Ohio Savings Bank and Trust Company Its capital will be ed to and jt will have a sur plus of r0000fl and total assets of 17000000 with deposits of practical ly The new officers have It was in This Section That itnot been decided upon I In the statement authorized by the was Thought There was the banks it is said that with he excep tion of a few banks in Cleveland and Cincinnati the amalgamated bank will be tlie largest savings bank and 30 CENTS 5 YEARS 35 THEM City Offered and Practically Accepts Gas Proposition FRANCHISE TO BE LIKE CANTONS Best Chance of Finding Sur vivors Men Now Alive There May Starve By Associated Press1 Cherry 111 Nov fire in the Reported That Former Prosecut ing Attorney Robert H Day May Seek vention in JuneMr Kratsch Secretary Harry Weiss of the I Democratic central committee said Seeks County Prosecutorship that the Democrats expect to place a ISpecial to Tha Inriependentj j complete ticket in the field but that Canton Nov announce nothing of a definite nature had desecond gallery of the St Paul mine ment comes from Youngstown that Iveloped as to probable aspirants for resulted today in heavy cavings of former State Senator B F Wirt of nomination Prosecutor Charles earth blocking the rescue work to that city will be a candidate for coni Krichbaum will seek reelection as the east section where it is expected gross from the eighteenth district to i wil1 also County Commissioner Cyrus will be the best chance of finding sur vivors The passage is said to be so badly blocked that it will be impos sible for many days to make an en trance Meanwhile the men now alive may starve The news spread gloom throughout the village relieved only by a fairer prospect of exploring the five hundred foot or bottom shaft That scores of men are alive in the lower level is almost a unanimous assertion of miners who listened to tho story of the two youthful miners who had forced their way into tlu1 third vein No miners living or dead were seen The two penetrated one hundred and twenty feet into the vein and shouted but no response SLEPT ON THE SECOND FLOOR Then they hurried back to the cage They said the lower shaft con tained air not too impure to sustain life Many reasons are advanced to trust company in Ohio succeed Congressman James Ken Stoner nedy The probabiities that Congressman Kennedy Julius Whiting jr of Canton will also seek the nomination indicates an important Republican congressional convention As Kennedy and Wirt are residents of the same city Stark county politicians are in clined to thing a divided Mahpning county delegation would injure the chances of both CongressmanKen nedy is now his fourth term having been first elected in 1902i It is also reported about the court house that Former Prosecuting Attor ney Robert H Day of Massillon may become an aspirant for the nomina tion The eighteenth district comprises Stark Mahoning and Columbiana counties Whether Columbiana coun ty will have any candidates for the nomination has notbeen learned Thti congressional convention will not be held until after the primary election in the three countieswhich willbe held Tuesday May 17 1910 under the new joint primary election law The congressional committee will name the date and place for holding the convention which is likely to be held in June M W Oberlin of Massillon DE ARMOND HOME BURNED TOASHES Congressman and Grandson Lose Liven in Flames is the congressional for Stark county committeeman OFJPHIS Hunting Mishaps Reported in All Parts of the State SEVERAL FATALITIES OCCURRED of pulling up stakes und leaving iny city churning that that was not the way the company did business After a general discussion Coun cilman Onrley moved that Solicitor Kratsch draw up an ordinance mai il to Mr Daly for his approval and submit it to the council at its next rogulnr meetingThe motion was unanimously carried Al the members except Dr Hattcry were present The lobby contained about five or six interested citizens in the absence of President Schott who at present is acting mayor Councilman Brownewoll served as president pro tern Jollying Over Telephone a Thing of the Past Accidents Sometimes Result From Hunters Own Careless ness Often From Careless ness of Nim rods Fortunate Thus Far With the hunting season still in its infancy reports have been coming in irom all parts of the state teiing of accidents some fatal and others in TUO uuac nf anH show that men still may be alive be I he Mouse was ot wooa ana I which the victim was disfigured for hind the barricades Delegates to the congressional con vention will either be elected directly by the voters at the county primary or by county conventions in each county In case the latter plan is selected the delegates to the county convention will be elected at the prt mary The method to be followed in choosing delegates it is said woul likely be left to the candidates for the nomination At the county primary on May 1 next both Republican and Democratic parties will nominate candidates fo every county office excepting probate judge which is a fbur year office Delegates will also be chosen to ju dicial conventions to nominate candi dates for the common pleas bench to succeed Judge Ralph S Ambler of Stark and W W Hole of Columbi ana counties Delegates will also be selected to county conventions to choose delegates to the state conven tions Delegates must also be elected to the state senatorial conventions Central committeemen will likewise be chosen Candidates on the Republican side are already being discussed Judge T W Gaine and former Mayor James H Robertson both of Canton expect to be candidates for the nomination for common pleas judgeship Judge Ambler said Tuesday that it is too early for him to announce his plans relative to the possibility of his be ing a candidate to succeed himself Stark county it is conceded will get one of the nominations Jason Brooks and Judge Moore of Cplumbiana county are mentioned as successors to Judge Hole who is a candidate for circuit judge Stark county will be entitled to three representatives In the lower branch of the state egtslature under a constitutional provision that allows the county one additional represents tive every decade for a single term W S Ruff of Canton Harry Curtey of Massillon Roscoe Sharer and for mer Mayor O U Walker of Alliance are discussed as possible Republican candidates Mr Walker said Tuesday that he might be a candidate For state senator Ed T Crawford of Carroll county the present incum bent will likely be renominated with out opposition George W Kratsch city solicitor of Massillon has announced himself as a candidate for prosecuting attorney Denver C Hughes of Canton is also was in Ashes Half an Hour After the Fire Broke De Armond a PopularDemo cratic Leader By Associated Press1 Butler Mo Nov tive David A De Armond one of the best known members of congress and his grandson Waddie aged 6 were burned to death in a fire that destroy ed the De Armond home here this morning Three other members of BLACK HAND SUSPECTED Dynamite Wrecks Business Por tion of Danville 111 fBy Associated Press Danville 111 Nov explos ion of dynamite in the fruit and wine house of Joseph Mascari on College street this morning wrecked about twentyfive buildings in the business district of the city Mascari who is i an Italian believes the Black Hand the family in the house at the time g responsible for the The escaped Neither the body of the age g estimated at 375000 Sev congressman nor that of his grandson eml arregts are have been recovered It is believed that they were incinerated The cause of the fire is unknown The house was two stories high and of wooden construction In less than half an hour after the fire broke out CHARGE AGAINST MAYORELECT TBy Associated Press 1 Indianapolis Ind Nov it was in ashes Congressman De Marion county grand jury today bc Armond and his grandson occupied the investigation of charges that rooms on the second floor while Mrs Samuel Lewis Shank the Republican De Armond and a married daughter mayorelect had violated a state stat slept on the first floor They barely escaped with their lives Washingto Nov Congress man De Armond the Democratic party loses one of its leaders on the floor of the house He had been a member of that body for the past nineteen years and was a man of education wide experience and a fluent speaker He had become one of the principal resources of his party in all discus sions of national questions YOUNG WIFE TAKES POISON Wife of Magazine Art Editor For merly Lived in Dayton FBy Associated New York Nov a fashion able apartment in West Fiftieth street ute making it a criminal offense for a candidate to obtain assistance be fore election by promises of appoint ment to office life due to his own carelessness or through the carelessness of others No accidents of any kind have been reported in or around Massillon This would seem to indicate that local nimrods are either lucky or that they are careful M B Daly President of the East Ohio Gas Co Offers Nine and OneHalf Year Contract Thought Council Will Pass Or dinance at Next Meeting The mention at issue between the East Ohio Gas Company and the city of Massillon concerning tho propoHCil gas ordinance was practically settled at a special meeting of the council held Monjday evening when My H Daly of Cleveland president of I ho East Ohio Gas Company submitted to the city a proposition to furnish gas for nine and onehalf years which is practically the same as that recently accepted by the councils of Akron and Canton after a bitter fight lasting for months The proposed franchise calls for furnishing of gas at thirty cents per Ihousand cubic feet for a period of five years with the privilege of in creasing the rate to thlrtyflvo cents for the ensuing four and onehalf years The council will it is thought suspend the rules at its next regular meeting and pass an ordinance em bodying these terms which will be come effective at once Up to the present time Massillon has played a waiting game the gas question being no issuo political or otherwise in the city Canton and Akron submitted to what seemed to be a reasonable demand on the part of thfi company Mr Daly explained that the privilege of increasing tho rate to thirtyflve cents during tho last four and onehalf years in whlcl LIVERIES IGNORE CLOSING ORDER NOT HEARD Remain Open on Sunday De spite Mayors Edict New Philadelphia Nov gardless of threatened prosecutions m arrests have yot bcon made br ause livery stables ignored Mayor onn M Schells orders for them to i was confided close on Sunday I Monday night Mayor Schell ordered that all I It may also be said that this was places of business were to be formerly one of lie favorite pastimes PLENTY OF FOOLISH QUESTIONS Some Peoples Delight is to Hold on to a Telephone by the Hour Can Hardly Sleep on a High ChairlfYou Dont Believe it Try It Jollying the hellogirl has Juat about passed into history is what to The Independent all day Sunday Confectionery stores and news stands obeyed the or ler but proprietors of livery stables maintained that they carried on work of necessity BOY DIES OF BURNS While Popping Corn His Clothes Catch Fire Akron Nov spending ten hours in torture Charles Regel aged eleven died Monday night from the effects of burns received while pop ping corn Sunday afternoon He opened n coal stove and the gas that escaped caught fire and ignited his cothing His mother Mrs A Max Regel threw clothing about him but the boy Hod from her and ran out doors The mothers arms were burned se verely WOMAN AND SON SUFFOCATE Not only men have been victims Last week Mrs Sarah Williams of Mansfield while working about her home was shot by unknown hunters She is still under the care of a physi cian Death relieved the sufferings of Mrs Elsie Daniels of Wellsville who looked into the barrel of her husbands shotgun as it was dis charged All sections of the state have been prolific of accidents Woostor is tho closest neighboring town to have a fatal mishap In the Wayne county capital Mrs Jerry Vitaro allowed her three year old son to play with his fathers hunting gun The funeral was held last Wednesday One of the most grewsomo acci dents thus far reported was that to Lawrence Berry of Marietta whose gun accidentally discharged when he fell over a cliff blowing off his right leg Some of the accidents which if not for their serious nature wouid amusing Robert Bowman of Cleve land put a chicken in his pocket Its struggles discharged a revolver now By Associated Prnssl Tampa Fia Nov Twentyfour man was carried home with a allot In NO NEWS THE NOURMAHAL hours of ceaseless endeavor on the part of the wireless men hasbrought no information of the safety of John Jacob Astor and his friends on the yacht Nourmahal Atmospheric con ditions prevent wireless communica tions with San Tuan SHIRT WAIST nis At PlattnvIHe a hunter New York Nov waist UUIC OUCLI ILL Mrs Daisy Von Marlow aged twenty operators in ovorjhe city four wife of Clyde Von Marlow a magazine art editor recently of Day ton O died today supposedly from the effects of poison Whether or saw the of JosePh niics hettrt thought it was rabbit and lirnd Rue was badly injured Thus far thirty towns and cities over the state havn reported acci dents some fatal others where the victims lost eyes cars hands foot and noses Get your season tickets for the lec ture course at the Christian church Leiand Powers dramatic Imperson ator in David Cooperflold November struck today for shorter hours and 25 The Dun bar Concert Company male quartette Instrumentalists and ringers January 17 riiffloTtv difficulty tn to extent forty thousand operators vill L not the poison was taken accidentally be involved is not known Von Marow declared his wife had nothing to worry about aside from a domestic difference of Chrysanthemums AM colors from one dollar to four small moment He is sure his wife dollars a dozen Park Row White The Florist Whitnev dramatic Imperson ator in The Servant in the House February 23 Dr Monroe Heart Strings March 30 did not take poison with suicidal in tent At The Eclipse Large animal cake cutters9c ea White lined granite pudding pansOc Imported china chop plates big assortment98c ea Imported china celery trays reg Havlland china bouillion cups50c ea Imported china sugar and creams 19c set After dinner mintslOc to D of V Bazar The Daughters of Veterans hold their annual bazaar change in the G A R rooms Saturday December 11 will and ex on B of R T Dance Dont forgot the dance given by the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen in Schworms hall Wednesday evening 50 dents a couple B of R T Dance Dont forget the dance given by the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen in Schworms hall Wednesday evening November 24 50 cents a couple Ladies 25c Go to Hnmberpers for your chil drens hats A full ilne of up to date hats fl50 this week only Mnurkley lecturer and Harp Strings Fred Emmerson Brooks poet hum orist Aprlf 15 Season tickets West Center Jeweler Watches Clocks and Jewelry re paired We do high class work only Also a complete line of Jewelry Give us a call we save you money Wm Wenzinger 1F3 W Tremont street Pauls Cash Market Home dressed beef pork veal and lamb All kinds of biitterlne Seal shhit Oysters 3Sc per quart Fresh Fish We save you money H C Paul 1C North Brie street phones 506 spoken of as a possible candidate j November 24 M E McFarren present county re corder A W Agler clerk of courts Prean at Sonnhalter Han and J L McConnell county auditor sens Dont forget the Christian church aenS exchange Wednesdayafternoon in the church parlors Fresh Fish at Sonnhalter Han Woodshine at Ellerys and furniture Flowers the franchise is valid is due to the fact that legislation taxes and other causes may force the company to meet its obligations by increasing tho price He said ho dd not think thin was likely but in order to protect the company it was necessary to make this provision in the franchise The meeting Monday evnning waa a quiet one Mr Daly stated the proposition and was wiling to make any reasonable concessions that the council asked The original franchise offered to Akron antt Canton wna valid for ton years It was asked that Jt terminate at ttie end of nine md onehalf years thus expiring In the spring of the year This same privilege was granted in the local franchise City SolicHor Kratsch ask ed if any reduction could be made when gas was used In public build ings Mr Daly questioned tho legal ity of such a proceeding saying he thought that It might be questioned is to whether the company was not discriminating In its franchise Ho said ho would rather have the taxes raised to offset a reduction in tha price That question will be decided before the ordinance is submitted to the council In the original franchise It was stat ed that if a dispute arose at tho end of the nine and onehalf years ami the gas company decided to Kave the cMT thirty days notice would have to be given Or if the city wanted the company to leave the same length of time waa to be allow ed it to vacate Councilman Browne well asked that the time br Increased to sixty lays Mr Daly was willing that the time be extended from thirty days to sixty The question was brought up an to what provisions could be made In caHfjthe city wished to light some of the streets with gQfl This was not seriously considered inasmuch as tho contract with the Masafllon Light Heat and Power Company docs not expire for six years The gas company reserves the right to charge consumers a monthly motor rent of thirty cents even In casn a thousand feot is not used Mr Daly said this was necessary because of the fact that tho companywas forcel to install tho inntfrr and that nuin wore hired to make a monthly visit to read it Before making his proposition Mr Daly briefly reviewed the controver sies In Akron and Canton He spoke of the political Influences thai it Is said were brought to boar on the question He said it was not In reality the peoplj that were complaining about the rates It was the aim of Firemen Find Bodies at Window of Destroyed Block Alliance Nov Rollo C Spriggins and her five your old son were suffocated In u Ira which de stroyed the W 1C Sheckler store building at 4 oclock Monday morn Mrs Sprigging and her child were sleeping in a back room lighted and ventilated by a skylight only Shu reached a hallway but fell dead from suffocation at the window her child In her arms Flromeu found tho bodies of the youth from the rural during the cold winter months when the wires sing Hut they have slowly but surely dropped the hardtobeac quired art of kidding A thousand times a day is the pa tience of central tried and should you find anybody with a whit of pa tkmco it Is central when she s not tensfd and made the chopping block of every mishap that happens on ho wire When something Is wrong with tho telephone the most common remark sent by electricify to tho ears of cen tral Is Whats the matter with you up there arc you sleeping Sure they have their apartments right oft to one side of the switchboards and it is their chief duty to get as much hay as possible at dinner time They are getting paid for working at the switchboard and anybody that can sleep on their high perches is a rcgu ar old sleeper Central often wishes that those people witli the frank quos iona would come up and try the looping stunt Hardly anybody ould got a decent snooze on their chairs with a sleeping powder let ilone the constant talk of business and pleasure over the wires Many are the times when central s asked Do you know where I can jet a cook or maid of all work Tho questioner is supposed to have for gotten that central Is not an em loyment bureau Once in a while a sensible finest ion on this order is sent over the wire Do you know how I can reach Mrs WOMEN MAY WORK ON CENSUS Akron Nov W Wickllne census supervisor for the nineteenth district consisting of Summit Trurn bull Portage Ashtabula Gonuga and Lake counties favors having women ciiumenttorn in taking tho census next year He him received permis sion of the government to use hlH own judgment in selecting women for the work He already haH applicants for the 100 oriumonitors to be mimed Bill of Fare Thanksgiving exchange at the Christian church Wednesday after noon riRIOAD Hrown and white CAK1SS Chocolate fruit gold and variety COOKIES Lcpp sugar fruit and ginger Doughnuts PIES Mince cherry pumpkin and custard Homemade preserves pickles CANDY jollies atvl Maple balls maple find divinity fudge White taffy Chrysanthemums All colors from one dollar to four dollars a dozen White The Florist Park How Patronize tho ladies of the Chris lion church exchange Wednesday af iternoon In church parlors Confetti Battle At Imperial hnl 1 Tuesday night La dies unaccompanied to cents Tames James sisterinlaw dont Flowers Roses Carnations and Chrysanthe mums at moderate prices White The Florist Park Row Plenty of Chrysanthemums and Carnations for Thanksgiving and Catholic Almanacs for 1910 A Hcit ger Son know her name or where she lives there Is a telephone near her louse and her mothers second cousin iscd to wash for us Central will calmly answer I did know but IVj forgotten Some of these questions come In during the busy hours of the day too For those who wish to know tho busiest hours are between and in the morning and from to 7 in the afternoon and evening Sometimes people call up and ask for an address That is really sensi ble Not everybody owns a city di rectory But then the centra must conuoct the inquisitive one with the Information operator For the Impatlont ones who cant wait until the line Is not busy let Jt lie said that one operator has charge of from two hundred to three hun tlrod ami twentyfive lines in the resi dence or social district where indi viduals frequently hang on to n line for an hour and give their family history every morning to their next door neighbor when another party is frantically trying to get a connection with a doctor for one of the children who has broken an arm or something worse fn the business district one opera tor has charge of about a hundred telephones On the long distance line calls from Massillon are frequently from and to Columbus Toledo Cleveland Indian apolis Canton Akron and other neighboring towns and cities Not much profane language is hoard by the central girls but they never koep one ear open for new phrases In thul syslem of English People who want to become expert at the telephone will talk directly Into thc mouthpiece and speak dis tinctly and give central plenty of time to make a connection before giv ing her cain Prof Johnstons Thankegivine Dance Thursday evening Nov 25 Schwormfl orchestra EiOc per couple The Brotherhood of Railway Train B of R T Dance Dont forget the dance given by tho brotherhood of Railway Trainmen In Schworms hall Wednesday evening November 24 50 cents a couple Ladles 2ic Dont forget to call on Thanksglv men will glvo a dance Wednesday j ing day at Masslllon Wholesale Li lUlvil win Kivu a iiuiiuu Roses Carnations and Chrysanthe thc companyi ne said to Rlvo the city levcn1nK November 24 in Schworms quor Co 2f South Erie street opera mums at moderate prices White Tho servlcc He laughed at thc Idea hall Good music Come block Florist Park Row b J   

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