Canton Morning News in Canton, Ohio
23 Jul 1906

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23 Jul 1906

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Canton Morning News (Newspaper) - July 23, 1906, Canton, Ohio 4 a. Edition the policy Quot the news Quot is to Benefit the Many rather than the few. Canton Mohning news. Lfolllta�eowir�pre8,andcablbreport8j # showers monday cooler to Southwest portion. Tuesday fair. Vol. 29. No. 117. Canton Ohio. Monday morning july 23, 190g. Immy strikes staid killing thie at Ball Cane five other persons seriously injured and others Hurt from death dealing Flash during Progress baseball game in Wisconsin. Manitowoc wls., july 22.�?five peo Lamond. The Shock was so Strong As one cent pie were killed five seriously injured and Twenty More were slightly Hurt when Quot lightning struck the Grana stand at the West Side Ball Park at 1 45 clock this afternoon. Struck grand stand. A crowd numbering Over too was sitting in the grand stand and standing the roof at the Ball Park this afternoon Awai Nguie game which was to have been played Between Plymouth and the Manitowoc screech ardts. Suddenly a Bolt struck the grand stand and taking a Zigzag course followed the wires to the West end where the crowd was thickest. Here it followed the wire netting in the front the grand stand. Of the killed Only Knudson and Chuhra were siting in the grand stand the others standing before the stand watching the teams practice the Al to lift the players the Field from the ground and several was slightly stunned. Immediately after the lightning struck the stand the players who were uninjured rushed to the grand stand and assisted the injured. Every doctor in the City was called and attempts were made to resuscitate the dead but without Avail. Attention was then turned to the injured. All this time the rain was coming Down in torrents them and the doctors and players hurried them to the hospitals the dead were taken to the police station for identification and then taken to their Homes. Catcher b. Fox. Of the Plymouth team was standing at Home plate seventy five feet from the grand stand when the Shock came and he declares that he was lifted off the ground. Many who were stunned ran about the grounds in the rain half conscious. A Young life crushed sue Harold Lefkovits fatally injured in an elevator Accident at the Courtland hotel Block sunday afternoon had been the roof with companions and at emptied to jump into the Cai while ii was a ascending. One the Saddest accidents that pouted to arrive at 2 clock Bir has occurred in Canton for several j morning. Years was that at the Courtland to i Al the father was i Neon a Tel Block sunday afternoon at 2 40 Scrable Tost evening but friends to clock by which the life Harold it numbers Cah i the family i . Residence Cleveland Avenue to d a Fyk a popular Young Man All within their Power to Comfort bin years was snuffed out without a and the remaining members the moment s warning. Not Over ten minutes previous to the Accident the Young Man went to family a popular Young Man. People who have watched the career the victim this sad Acci be office Entrance the building to Dent speak Only in the highest Tom munire inn Ira. Serim eminent financier passes away aged almost 90 years his remarkable career. New York july 22.�?russel Sage the eminent financier and ranked As one the greatest business men in the United states died at 4 30 this afternoon at his country residence a Cedar Croft a Long Island after an illness a couple months. Or. Sage had Only been confined to his bed however for the last two Days and it had been generally believed that he would ultimately be about although his great age he being born Iii 1810�?was a Handicap which the physicians in attendance would be hard to overcome. His devoted wife was at his bedside when the end came As was her brother col. J. J. Slocum and Rev. Robert Leetch. Or. Sage awoke this morning in a much worse condition than was anticipated last night. Or. Carl Schu Mack Lawrence and . Theodore b j Ane Way new York called to see him about 9 clock and found his condition most alarming. I he aged financier rallied shortly before noon and the rally Wras main tamed until after 1 30 p. Rn., when he again began to sink. Heroic Meas urea were resorted to by the physicians but All to no Avail and about 2 it a it he lapsed into unconsciousness remaining in that condition until the end came. The transition from life i it death was almost imperceptible. But it was just 4 30 when . Jane Way after leaning Over the body Sage nodded to colonel Slocum . Leetch that the end had room in a state almost utter collapse. She had borne up bravely during the last few hours but the Shock her husbands death has been a most severe one and she is under . Janeway scare tonight. Details for . Sages funeral have been partly completed. Funeral services will be held in the first presbyterian Church in this City at 4 p. In. On tuesday and burial will be in the Oakwood cemetery at Troy n. Y., wednesday. Sketch his life. Russel Sage was born at Veron township Oneida county n. Y., aug ust 4, 1816. He was a son Elisha and prudence Risley Sage. On ovum ber 24, 1869, he married Margaret Olivia Slocum Syracuse the Cere Mony being performed in Watervliet n. Russel Sage began life As a Farmers boy working the farm in the sum Russell Sage. Noted financier who died yesterday. Thell band mrs takes life Cleveland o., july 22.�?-the mystery regarding the whereabouts mrs. Annie e. George who was accused . To a a a 8l, no order store Ltd Saxton Broth it Mer months and attending school in to Law the late president my the Winter. He began his business Kinley at cant a eight years ago. Was life in Troy n. Y., acting is in and beaded up by the suicide at Ravenna boy in his brother s grocery store saturday Arthur c. Rideout mystery surround ii Case National reputation cleared up Ajja Venna by suicide . Rideoutt were married shortly after the famous trial at Canion she was accused the Mur. Der George Saxton brother mrs. Mckinley Day by hanging himself to a chandelier with a harness strap. Inquire John Fawcett the Eleva him and the Heartfelt sympathy boy Hen duty As to the where the whole City will go out to the about his brother Ralph Fawcett afflicted family. For several weeks who was his bosom companion As after he left school this Spring heroic Lefkovits entered the building the ele j was employed As a reporter the wa8 about to Start up to an news where he won the respect Arn ser to a Call and he stepped in and a esteem All the office Force three made the trip with Fawcett and Fred weeks ago his father decided that he Bell substitute operator to the top needed his services at his store and floor the boys continued the journey he has been assisting with the Busi to the roof the building and step Ness there since Ped out the top. According to we i Harold Lefkovits was 18 years Story Young Bell he and Lefkovits age and the eldest son and went out to the Edge the roof to mrs. Isador Lefkovits North Ake a. View the City and after Cleveland Avenue and had spent he Bel had pointed out to his Eor Apan entire life in this City where the Fath Lon the theater building at Meyers i conducts a dry goods and millin Lake they started Back to where Faw Jery store South Market Street inc Petit was waiting for them in the ele Young Man was popular with a Host in the meantime a Call from friends and to them As Well As to the one the lower floors was made and afflicted family his untimely death a severe Shock. The suicide the last husband Anna George recalls her career while a resident this City. Coming to Canton ten years ago with Fawcett started Down. As the car will come As started Lefkovits who was about five i besides the father and Mother two feet away made a running jump and Brothers and one sister Milton Clar landed feet first in the elevator the erne and Selma survive him top which at the instant was about funeral arrangements will not by four feet from the roof top. Made until the arrival the heart a ii a fatal jump j broken Mother and sister this morn the elevator was just beginning lug from . Clemens to get under headway when the to a fortunate Young Man made the jump his head and shoulders were not inside the car when it reached the roof and in consequence he was caught Between the car top and the roof. With instant presence mind Fawcett tried to reverse the elevator but narrow escape from serious injury thrown to the pavement. A a a a 10 dui i mrs. Hattie Caln wife . Henr1 Lefkovits body prevented it from i f Aln 1121 North Cleveland ave x. La lit . A a 5iuvcijr Buret a a a a. Her husband and two children the i to a there where he later became clerk the deed also disclosed her marriage. I family lived in a Happy and modest a it gang revered the car Salesman and entered in the retail not until today was it known that manner in a a. I Bottom and it was sent Back moving. The Ginger in the basement however realizing that some Salesman and entered in the retail not until today was it known that i and smut mrs. Sage was tenderly led from the the toss a Copper May decide some things consult us before decide h0 shall be your Onri Good material men w0rk and kind treatment is our motto. Ini ,nl�3� extract is toll a a set a Teeth a yours for $5 up. in amp Hill grocery business for himself during the years 1837 to 1839. He was Ai Derman the City Troy in 1847, and later became treasurer Renssalaer county. He was a whig member Congress in 1875. In his financial transactions in 1863, when he moved to new York City he became interested in railways and engaged in buying and Selling a privileges Quot in Wail Street and became one the largest operators in railway and other securities. At the time his death . Sage was president and director the Poughkeepsie and Eastern railway company president and director the Bay state Telegraph vice president treasurer and director the Albia and Centreville railway co. Director in the Wabash the Chattanooga Southern Railroad Iowa Central railway Missouri Pacific St. Louis Iron Mountain and Southern railway Shore line railway Texas and Pacific railway Western Union Telegraph co. American Telegraph and Cable co. American Union Telegraph Gold and Stock Telegraph International Ocean Telegraph new York Mutual Telegraph Washington and new Orleans Telegraph companies fifth Avenue Bank importers and traders National Bank. United states guarantee company Pacific mail steamship company and a number smaller Trust Ami Railroad companies. He resided in this City at 632 fifth Avenue having a country Home at Lawrence a i., and transacted his business at 31 Nassau Street. Sage s career. The death Russell Sage it is freely asserted late tonight is Likely to cause a a scare Quot in Wall Street but inasmuch As . Sages holdings were the investment kind and not the speculative it seems hard to reason Why his death should cause a serious break in values. Or. Sage was twice married but his second wife is probably better known than even he was. Because her Benevolence. She has been interested with miss Helen Gould in Many philanthropic enterprises. Or. Sage was probably the Best exponent the a simple life a ail americans. He never drank liquor nor used tobacco. For breakfast he she became the wife . Rideout at Wheeling w. Va., eight years ago. The woman was acquitted the murder Saxton who was mrs. Mckinley a brother after a Long sensation a1 trial. At this time . Rideout was living in Salem near Canton with his first wife and two years later married mrs. George. Or. Rideout was 45 years old and was born in Leon n. He was the eldest son Rev. J. C. Rideout now a retired methodist minister living at Brockton. N. f whence the body was shipped today accompanied by the widow w. A. Rideout Brockton brother the dead Man and c. H. George Pittsburg son the widow. The dead Man was Well to do. He committed suicide at his Home Satur manner in a suite rooms Block owned by George Saxton in a mrs. To the roof where Fawcett took the mangled body out. In the meantime nue narrowly escaped a serious Acci Dent last evening about 8 30 clock while attempting to step into her car Riago standing at the Entrance to her husband s office in the Central Sav togs Bank building. It seems she had Quot a Luaiki Thieu Youv out in the meantime i?.er�rf to handsome woman and Young Bell yelled lustily from the roof z m 4 he a see placing he her desire for dress exceeded the in for help and his cries attracted the a r f1&Quot the Carriage Aad when come her husband to meet them attention . A. B. Walker who a ill nth the Carriat a ber and soon there were whispers in the has an office the sixth floor 3�n,t�?~ Causo other the horse Community connecting the names Blaine Herschel and i a i a a sudden lunge Forward an. The wife and Mother with that who have Anard started do it we the Street throwing he George Saxton in a manner not strict and j no floor j to the Brick pavement the Carriage by in Accord with Good mors As reach the. To Over ber hand and the told time wore the woman s m the 1��r 1 the Carr a a reaming a the is Psi Sis x i a a and Lod Zund in social i a Quot a 7� a emay a a Quot Dho had goo if a r Lal Gata the place where Lefkovits was dying. I Veit Tor. The injury to mrs Psi. Or later there Wou Uto a t h Lengum ul6 be ured a battering 1 a a to Side the fright occasioned is no Beauval up ram some sort and burst the hinges Wiota. Off the door. I Ablack in the face at length matters assumed such a state that the husband and wife separated and Money was provided for i dying boy that left Volta was Chok rel7nnianm� a a a quoth i aka la t0 Long to Deab from he Nestle which a. Dtil8uch to me a a ber Legal he had and he released it As continued Page three quickly As possible. Tills gave the boy a Chanee to breathe and Hie doctor then turned his attention to exam it a foolish to do without Glass Avoca. J w Quot Linum Al a hhc5 . Walker found upon reaching the a we it a you need them no matter when i people think. Though you May be perfectly yet you May be straining your eyes. If so it you Neej Giang John Boyle optician 204 w. Tunc St Opp. Courtland hotel. In Bathtub by thief who goes through House for a big haul Rockefeller coming Back. Special to morning news Wooster o., july 22.�?a thief entered Anna Popes House today while the family was at Church locked mrs. Rider the Only person there in a Bath room and stole $700 in Cash and jewelry. John d. To deft officers. Special to morning news. Cleveland o., july 22. Judging from activity at Forest Hiu his summer Home John 1. Rockefeller poets to come Here to spend the summer upon his return from Europe de spite the fact that auth i it f Hancock Caum. Be a a cloy will arrest him Tho Minim he its toot Ohio soil. Of state Laylin and mayor Badger i in it in Ltd Hia attention to exam made the welcoming addresses. Twen-1 injuries and he found a Frac to thousand people Are expected wed tur at thease the brain blood nine states arc a a eng from 1 0th his ears Aad represented j bus right shoulder Aud Chest were badly crushed. Superintendent resigns i Quot Bilo this examination was pro 8pedal to morning news. Feeding . E. A Morrow and . J. Shelby o., july 22.�?a. C. Morsels far Chad were summoned and a has resigned the superintendency Telephone message was at once sent Tho Shelby steel tube Plant. Be Lefkovits residence which brought the Young Man s father to the scone As quickly As it was possible. Miller and Blanchard s ambulance was also sent for and in company wih i the distracted father and three physicians Harold was carefully placed in the ambulance and a Dart was made for the Aultman Hospital. Died the Way. But the injuries received wort1 fatal persons who saw the affair it seeing and deah ended his sufferings be dim him in a j Bam a. I ii a i fare the Hospital was reached the Vic water rents now Oue. Office open monday and Friday nights in july c 30 to 8 clock bring your last receipt. Louis e. Double Secretary. Undue attentions special to morning news Alliance o., july 22.�?-the police were called to East Broadway to a foreign bom Ding House tins Forenoon where a Row was in Progress. John bunday Aud Steve Deedy were arrest cd. According to tile statements cantons largest lumber distributor Phil j. Bernower photos 90. Cleveland Ane and Navarre is. Supreme k. T. Sessions. Special to Mcminn news Columbus. O., july 22.�?supremo division Encampment k T. M., began its session Here today. Secretory continued Bago three that Munday discovered Heady paying undue attentions to Hie former s wife. The husband is then said to have at i tacked the wife and Deedy using a j Beer bottle for a weapon. Deedy and the woman were both badly used up. Both ii 4>n left deposits for their a peat a Nee in mayors court monday. I the Case will be thoroughly investigated by the officers. Quality is our chief aim when we fit glasses to the eyes. Walter h. Deuble. When in Canton Cau at the Arcade leading cafe Gouda a son lists Tai. 237. Tim the sad affair never having regained consciousness. When the last sign life had departed the ambulance was directly sent to the undertaking rooms Miller amp Blanchard where the body was properly cared for. His swollen and a distorted features were scarcely recon i i maybe you done to know it t disable by his friends. The distract in a a cd father was conveyed to his Home but it is a fact just the same we a having telegraphed the sad news a now have our own up to Date planing to mrs. Lefkovits. Who. With her Only Mill in full operation daughter has been at i Clemens j min i ult a i Minim a mich., for several Days past they the Canton lumber co. Both phone at once left for Home and were sex j L. A

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