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Evening Independent (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Massillon, Ohio MASSILLON INVITES I EVENING INDEPENDENT MASSILLON INVITES i LAST Vol No 1U MASSILLON OHIO FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1912 PRICE ONE CENT AMID LURID RED FIRE 400 ELKS PARADE CITY Harmless Stray Elk From Nebraska Central Figure AT CARNIVAL THURSDAY Visiting Delegations From Canton New Philadelphia and Barberton Help Lodge No 441 to Make Elks Day Biggest Day of Week Flew Thursday Memories of the torch light pro of the days of the McKin ley campaign of 96 were recalled when more than 400 Elks with their wives and daughters riding in auto mobiles came marching down East Main street three abreast Thursday night carrying blazing torches of red flre Approximately people crowded the streets to watch the ISllts march by Headed by the Massillon hand and the Great Eastern band of New Phila delphia combiued into one organiza tion the Elks formed in line near their headquarters in the McCly inonds blocll at oclock The crowd was full of merriment Hello was the slogan of the day and purple and whfte streamers aud fes tooning flmmted everywhere A Stray Elk from Nebraska No 1013 Nebraska GSrls pet the Elk He wont In spite of these reassurances however few maidens had the temerity to approach the stra animal i The Nebraska Elk marched just behind the two bunds and led the marching delegation of atyout 100 members of Massillon lodge 441 Following them came the New Phila delphia delegation with many women riding in automobiles The Raruerton Elks numbering several score brought up he roar of the parade The same line of march was foilow ed as in the afternoon parade the Elks marching south on Erie street to Trcmont east on Tremont to Lin coln north on Lincoln to Main and as they rounded into Main street tho red Jre was lighted and the long lino com ng down tho East Main street hil made an Impressive sight The biggest crowd of the week nearly people followed tho Elks to the carnival grounds Secretary L W Young of the amusement associa tion said this morning that Thursday nights crowd was probably the largest that had ever attended any carnival in the city at one time In spite of the fact that all of the visiting Elks from Now Philadelphia Harborton and other places were admitted to the grounds free Thursday afternoon there wore about paid admis slous This brought the total for tho day nearly to The total admis sions for the week so far are approx imately The balloon ascension that was to have boon hold Wednesday but which had to he postponed on account of high winds was held Thursday before the afternoon crowd A Canton aeronaut made a successful flight coming to earth near the corner of Bunk and West Tremont streets His third night of the week will bo made on Saturday afternoon from the carnival grounds WAIT YEARS Herman Newbauer Sought by Son Buried at Newman THE ESTATE WILL BE DIVIDED Father was Buried in June 1899 Says That He Heard from Him in 1902 and Chief Ertle is Massillonian Leaves No Relatives Near Here The search for the missing Herman Newbauer born in Germany but long a resident of Massillon has come to an end in the little cemetery at Newman west of here Heirs of Newbauer sought the aid oi Chief of Police Ertle in finding their father who is thought to have left an estate behind in Germany New bauer died June 14 1899 For thirteen years the children of the missing man have kept his proper ty in Bitterfcfd Germany intact awaiting his return in the letter which Chief Ertle received Thurs day from Gustavo Newbauer the son snid that he would declare his fath er dead unless he received word that he was still alive A mystery has arisen in connec tion with the case which Chief Ertle finds it difficult to solve The letter from the son in Germany says that Herman Newbauer communicated with his family as late as 1902 when he was a resident of Massillon Chief Ertle has indisputable proof that New bauer died and wns bulred at Newman on June 14 1S99 at least three years before the last date when the son in Germany says that he had word from him Chief Ertle has written to the heirs in Germany No relatives survive in this part of the United States SHEPLEV Hit SfflEEMLEJilED Fire Departments Will be Given Right of Way Tonight CROXTON MOTOR GO MOVES TO WASHINGTON PA Mr and Mrs L A ShorUcr of Cleev who have been visiting relatives here left Thursday night for Wash ington where they will make their future home Mr Shcrtzer is chief engineer aud designer for the Croxton Motor Car company which has recent ly removed to Washington Mr and Mrs Shcrtzer were formerly residents of Masflillon The exhibition run by the throe branches of the MasKiilon tire depart ment at 7 oclock this evening will be the biggest feature of todays carniva events It has been planned to make it as spectacular as possible by usinj red fire all along the line of the rm and by sounding the fire alarm frou the centra department Service Director Shepley will talu every precaution to see that no spec tators are injured but asks that botl pedestrians and drivers of autoino biles and earriiages cooperate will him and keep the path from the City Hni park to West street clear from 7 to oclock when the run occur The street will be cleared of street cars at that time Police will be stationed all along the line of the run and wiil keep tho streets free for the depart men ts A band concert wil be held in the center o the city by the Barkoot Royal Italian band just before the exhibition run MOTHER JONES TO LEAD MINERS TO GOVERNOR QUIT TALK ON WONElFOR LAND Agricultural Development Eclipses Currency Question AID TO FARMERS IS URGED CARNIVAL PROGRAMME SATURDAY SEPT 14 to 2 p bund concert on public square by Barkoots Famous Concert Band Free out door attractions on carnival grounds Balloon ascension at p from carnival grounds Band concert and general gooc time for all Charleston W Sept 13 Mother Jones announcedthat the striking miners of the Kanawha district would make another effort to see Governor Glasscock Within a week they are to inarch into the capital again and make a demand for the use of the statehouse grounds as a meet jng place The governor must hear us this said Mother Jones We want him to hear our story We want him to see us The very looks of the men who are fighting for freedom is a tremendous argument for their cause We are coming to our capital again and twice as strong as last week The men are going to bring their children along and their WANT HOME ON fARM FOR CHILD Humane Officer and Mrs Turenne Getz want to let people know that they have a thirteen year old boy for adoption and that applicants can learn particulars by calling at their residence in Chestnut street The child has thus far been roared on a farm and a farm home would be the most desirable for him Family Here Calls Reports from New York False Snake bites as a cure for consump tion are mentioned in Sanskrit litera ture ns having been practiced Tor five or six thousand years Tho Epworth League of tho First M R church will hold an exchange Sept 14 Saturday afternoon in the Sunday school rooms of the church corner of Wain St and Lincoln Ave JOHNSTON DANCING SCHOOL Keopon Beginners class Tuesday evening Sept 17 Assembly Tuesday evening Sept 17 nil nnd pupils Invited J S Coxoy of MaKsillon who led the big army of the unemployed to Washington when tho Populist agita tion throughout the country wns at its height labor agitators in New York said will organize a big army of the unemployed at Newark and other cities in New Jersey nnd march it through tho Now Knclnntl states to Lawrence where the arm will protest to the governor aud other municipal nnd stateauthorities ngalnts the further detention in pris on of Joseph J Kttor and Arturo Gio vannitti tho Lawrence strike loaders according to dispatches from New York Members of General Coxeys fam ily horo saJd ho was in Now York nnd denied ho was planning the or ganisation of an army TSK WE OF THE N 0 T CO State Tax Commission In creases Value of Many Companies The tax value of the N O T and L company has been increased from in Hill to this year The increase has just been an nounced by the state tax commission The tax value of the Stark electric line running from Canton to Alliance and Salem has been increased from to 790 The tax commission has announced that the increase in valuation of the SS electric nilway companies doing business in Ohio is from to The previous values were arrived at under the old system The increase in tax value of the SS companies amounts to AT THE ECLIPSE Wearever aluminum cooking uten sils at iowost prices We carry a large line of useful aluminum household ne cessities atIc and 9c each such as tea spoons tablespoons soap dishes tooth pick holders aalt and popper tea balls fruit funnels soup Indies ton strainers frying pans pudding pans clothes sprinklers soap boxes lemon extractors folding drinking cups childs mugs AT KRACKERS Fried spring chicken chicken stew homo made sauer krant and pork nil iioy Saturday and evening Yes Ralph Young takes Magrzine subscriptions Both phones HEARING TAKES PIACE SATURDAY The hearing of Kmil Shepley 1122 Kast Tremont street charged with as snull nnd batlery by a neighbor Wil linm LeClair been postponed until Saturday afternoon at II oclock The ease was to have come up Thursday afternoon in Justice Pauls court AT THE ECLIPSE Big line of choice Ib Strictly Fresh Raited lOc Ih Choice Chocolate Bon Rons 20c Ib AT KRACKERS ALL THIS WEEK Roast spring goose spring chicken new saner kraut and all other good things to eat BOY WANTED To work at Ellervs store 10 BUTTLE CITI TITLE SemiFinals in Tennis Tour ney This Afternoon The city tennis championship lies between John MeConnaughey George Lester Otto Siebold and Walter Haus iialter All four will play in tho semi which will bo staged this afternoon on tho Warren court The pairings are McConnnughey vs Haushalter Sie bold vs Lester The winner of each wiil play for the title Saturday afternoon Lester won his place in the semi finnis Thursday afternoon whon ho defeated Maurice Benson in straight sets 7fi 0 AT THE ECLIPSE Goshen Fourpassenger Lawn Ssvings reduced to close from to 108 N MILL ST Planns Osrar W Rnnmcvrltn Piano BOY WANTED To wovK at Kllerya store C A Conant Tells of How Banks are Organized in France to Ex tend Credit to Nations Farmers German Method is Also Outlined By Associated Detroit Sept problem o agricultural development eclipsed the currency question at the closing ses sion of the American Bankers asso ciation With the exception of the election of officers the association de voted practically all its time to ad dresses on agricultural betterment and discussing plans suggesting as sistance to American farmers The advisability of forming in the United States a cooperative de mocracy of state mortgage loan banks united into a powerful central organ ism for strengthening banking was recommended for consideration of the American Bankers association here today by Charles A Conant The sub ject of Mr Conants address was Land and Agricultural OUR SYSTEM FAULTY Mr Conaat began by referring to the pressure of population upon food supply and the necessity of increas ing the area of cultivated land by im proved methods of extending credit to the farmer He pointed out that bit ter experience had proved projects for ssuing money upon land to be unsound but that Europe had solved the prob em of the ready transfer ability of mortgage loans and low rates of in terest to the borrower by taking a leaf from the experience of the limited lia bilitycompany in the issue of bonds sttares DESCRIBES EUROPEAN METHOD In he said the man who ins money to lend upon mortgage is no longer obliged to make personal examinaton of the property nor to risk his capital upon a single investment n a nontransferable form He has only to buy a negotiable pon or registered according to his he can sell as read ly as the bond of the government and with even less risk of fluctuation in ts price He has behind the bond not merely the land the source of all wealth but he has the pledge of a stock company that they have examin ed the properties upon which loans have been made that all such proper ties are held in the aggregate as as sets against the outstanding bonds and that the company has in addition an adequate capital to cover any unex pected shrinkage in the value of the property behind its bonds The bonds issued by the Credit Foncler of France under this system are made attractive to the borrower by the system of mortization by which they are paid off and by the long terms over which the amortization ex tends In the loans made by the Cred it Foncier of France more than three fiuarrers are for periods of fifty yean or more so that the amortization charge involves only a small addition to the annual interest COMPARATIVE RATES The rate of interest charged upon loans during the last few years by ttu Credit Foncier of France has per cent For a loan repayabl in thrty years the semiannual pa ment required has been pe or just under 3 per cent mak ing the two payments for the yea ermal to or just under G pe cent Where tho loan is for fort years the sum of the two annual pa uients falls to per and fo fifty years to per cent It ma not be possible to float bonds in thi country at a rate so low us to permi loans upon mortgage nt per com but even if 5 or 5 12 per cent i charged tho additions for the amortiz ation of the principal wil not bo mater tally greater than in the case of th loans made by the Credit Foncier o France While it might not be possible t loans as low in America as the are made in France it ought to he pos sible to make them at a point nine lower than the farmer pays under th existing system of disposing of mor gages to Individual The era go mto of interest shown by th PARADE OF ELKS Frank Quest a Bystander Captures Runaway DRIVER KNOCKED SENSELESS Charles Mitchell Crushed in Everhard Companys Vlant WAS CAUGHT IN MACHINERY Continued on Page at was Was About to Quit Work Noon Hour When He Drawn Into the Wife and Family Live in Italy Mitchell 28 of West Cher y street was caught in the gearing f machinery at the sand mill of the verhard Company at 11 oclock this norning and fatally drushed He was aken to the Massillon city hospital where at 2 oclock his death was ex pected momentarily Mitchell had gone to the top of the mill to adjust part of the machinery oreman William Crone had warned lint that he was in a dangerous posi ion but Mitchell paid no attention to him Just as the machinery was slowing down for the noon hour Mitchell was caught and was carried nto the gearing where his left arm side and leg were terribly crushed The machinery was stopped and fel low workmen extricated him Dr N W Culbertson was called and Mitchell was taken to the Massil on city hospital in Gordon Holling ers ambulance George Miller 18 Hurled From Buggy and Sustained Wound on Scalp Requiring Nine His Sister and Friend Thrown Out and Painfully Bruised Leaping from the curbing and catching the bridle Frank Quest 1428 Third street prevented a runawiiy horse from running down members oi the Elks parade at the intersection of Erie and Charles streets at oclock Thursday evening after the horse frightened by a street car had upset the buggy throwing George 18 son of Frank Miller of east of Navarre to the street drag ging him 50 feet and inflicting a gash on his head requiring nine stitches and hurling his sister Mary and Miss Matilda Rodocker also of Navarre to the bricks and painfully bruising them The three injured persons were carried into Schneiders cigar store nearby and Dr N W Culbertson call ed to give medical attention Miller was unconscious but the doctor de clared that his skull had not been fractured He was taken home this morning The two yqung women painfully hurt went home Thursday evening The horse was not hurt but the buggy was badly damaged Miller and the two girls were driv ing north on Brie street as the pa raders who were providing a feature of Merchants MidSum mer carnival approached A street car passing at the time scared the horses and it began a series of plunges which landed the two girla ip Mitchell is married and has a family the street Young Miller was thrown n Italy where he came from several out and dragged but pluckily clung to years ago MASSILLON WOMAN IS HOME AFTER LONG TOUR Mrs Nellie Haverstack of 1111 Wellman street has returned home from a three months trip to Europe during which she visited Spain Italy Germany Holland Bel gium France England Scotland and Ireland She returned by way of the St Lawrence river and Montreal Mrs Haverstack was a member of a party of school teachers who made the tour under the guidance of the Rev Mr Young a retired American minister who has been living in France for the past three years the lines until he became unconscious The horse started straight for the paraders As it passed Charles street Quest an expert horseman leaped from his place in the ranks of the by standers and catching the lines hung on He narrowly escaped being tram pled but soon brought the horse to a standstill HORSE RUNS AWAY FOUND HOURS LATER The worlds annual consumption of A horse hitched to a buggy being driven in Wooster street near Mar j shall hill ran away late Thursday night when the buggy dropped deep rut in the road broke the ridge and separated the body of the vehi cle from the front wheels It dashed down West Main street to West an j i oi street and past the carnival grounds rubber was five thousand tons in ISvo I while the present consumption is near ly tons Cotton is now grown extensively in Africa The animal was owned by T G Sny der Tremont street livery man It was found this morning standing quietly near the barn of the Standard Oil Company in Coal avenue Students Leaving Daily on the Thorny Road to Knowledge City Will Have Representatives in a Number of Institu tions of Learning The youth of Massillon are athirst Dorothy for knowledge Moro young men and women are leaviug this fall to enroll as students in colleges and universities than ever before They have already begun to go and every day sees some leaving for a seat of learning to cultivate the Many of those starting this year are entering college for the first year while some are in their second or third and a few in their senior years Some have already left and inside of two weeks all will be gone Dielhenn Smith college Fred Hey man Walter YVagner and Keeno Seeso Washington and Jefferson college Washington Kaymond Portmann Homer Johns and Stan field Wella Western Reserve university Cleve land John Hammersmith Guy Wells and Homer Snyder University of Michigan Ann Arbor Otto and Carl DiKel University of Woostur Woostvr Klson Wefler Herman Carr and John Davis Ohio State University Columbus Ralph firenner Warren Zinsmnster Ralph Iocock Harold Borkemoler and Harold Smith tlnl Following are the names of local versity of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh students who will attend college thisHerman Albright Kenyon year Miss Pauline Zepp ami Miss Helen Bowers Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware Miss Grace Pocock Ober lin college Oberlin Miss Gertrude Miller lUiehtel college Akron Miss Gambler John Suavely Otterbeln col lege Ottorbein Clarence WlIllariiHon University of Notre Dnmu Dame Howard and old Hisehoff School Pittsburgh Pu
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