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Canton Morning News (Newspaper) - March 17, 1909, Canton, Ohio
7ps& wednesday March it 1909. Suciu. Events today s Calendar. Ladles minstrels at grand opera House. Swiss women a social. St. Patrick s dance Houser Hall. Katonka club simmers East third Street. Juanietta club mrs. Ceright acini Al North Walnut. Lemon club miss Davidson South Mckinley Avenue. A a Quot tout Joyeux club Pfar Many a North Mckinley Avenue. St. Patrick a card party at woman a Exchange. First United Brethren St. Patrick a social. F rat United presbyterian St. Patrick s social. First reformed ladies sew. First m. foreign missionary society Musicale mrs. James Fraun Felter South Market Street. First Baptist Esther Circle social. Grace reformed sunday school class social. Cort Urb Art club. The torture Art club was entertained last night at the Home miss Alice Yoder Brown Avenue. The time was spent in doing fancy work. Refreshing s were served. I he next meeting will be held at the Home Clara Stopher Bueber Avenue next tuesday night. Church societies meet. The regular meeting the missionary society the Simpson my. E. Church was held yesterday at the Home mrs. Anna Fisher 942 Harriet Street. The customary program was rendered. Those taking part were miss Mao Bachtel miss m Kimmey and mrs. Moore. Miscellaneous subjects were discussed. Bible class. A the helping hand Bible class the United presbyterian Church met at the Home a miss Corine Smith last night. Subjects relating to the future work the class were discussed. Refreshments were served. Cool Chamois. Miss Edna Cool and Dennis Char Mois were married at the Home the former a parents . And mrs. Calvin m. Cool 1626 South Market Street at 6 clock last night by Rev. Or. E. O. Buxton. The ceremony was witnessed by 75 the relatives and friends the couple and was followed by an elaborate wedding dinner. The couple left immediately afterwards for Cleveland from which place they will leave for Eastern Points. They will then extensive honeymoon trip to Florida and to the East indies returning to Canton in the latter part april. They will make their Home South Cleveland Avenue. Both Young people Are very widely and favourably known in Canton. Or. Chamois is the firm d. Chamois amp co. The Bride was formerly a clerk in the ticket office the n. O. T. Lines. Men Are the hosts. Women members m. A. Troutman a class the first presbyterian Church Are a unit in declaring the male members the organization most excellent entertainers. The men were the hosts at a class reception tuesday night. They selected the Home . And mrs. Frank Piper in Woodland Avenue As the scene the festivities and they provided real Maple sugar to make real Maple Taffy As one the attractions the evening. There were Over 40 members the class present and a delightful time was spent in various diversions interspersed with music. Notice. Tho Youngstown and Ohio River Railroad co. Has inaugurated temporary service Between Salem and East Liverpool a my cars leave Canton at 6 a. Rn., 9 a. In., 2 noon 3 p. In. And 5 p. In. Deaths and funerals Henry Timken a Telegram was received in the City tuesday announcing the death a a Henry Timken in los Angeles Cal this gentleman is the father we Ham r. Timken and Harry h. Timken residing North Market Street and they left for California tuesday evening to be present at the funeral. Henry Timken was the president the Timken roller bearing Axle company this City. The news his death came unexpectedly to the two sons for it was their impression that their father was enjoying the Best health. About three months ago these two Brothers were called to san Diego by the death their Mother. The deceased was a native Germany coming to America at the age four years when his parents settled in by. Louis. He was 76 years age. Or. Timken became one the leading business men in St. Louis being the Patentee the Timken Spring and also the inventor the roller bearing Axle that bears his name. He has lived in California for the past 20 years. The time his funeral will depend upon the arrival his sons. Ohta woman a Exchange in new quarters provides Market for Many Home products sol serves Many meals annual report officers show constantly increasing number patrons has been in existence fourteen years. Royall baking a powders a foil Telor Vure mrs. Anna Prendeville. Mrs. Anna Prendeville wife John Prendeville died at mercy Hospital j choicest Quality articles daily used to 8upply their ubie8> y there is Prosperity in every line the annual reports the women s Exchange the Busy Mart in the Irwin Block South Cleveland Avenue where Many women Canton cast upon their own resources for a livelihood find a ready Sale for the products they Are Best equipped to provide and where hundreds Canton families find in great variety and in w j i the Only baking powder made from Royal grape Cream tartar a made from grapes Royal baking powder has not it counterpart at a abroad. Its qualities which make the food nutritious and healthful Are Peculiar to itself and Are not constituent in other Leavening agents. Tuesday shortly afternoon. She was 35 years age and had been ill for some time previous. Mrs. Prendeville was miss Anna Schaftner daughter . And mrs. Frank Schaffner 1118 West South Street before her marriage. No arrangements have yet been made for the funeral. From a modest beginning fourteen years ago with but one attendant and a few consignors bread and pastry the Exchange has developed into a fully organized institution fully equipped to Supply All the necessities As Well As most the delicacies the cuisine department to satiate the demands the inner Man whether those demand be made in the Well appointed dining room the Exchange where the individual goes for dinner lunch in the private _ i Home. I \ a convention the school offer a recent annual meeting the dais Stark county will be held at stockholders the Exchange who in. In i officials to Keet pm it xxx merr i Moor charms two Bio Carton crowds the High school building in this City saturday March 27. The program follows morning session 9 a. �?address, Are among the most prominent women the City and1 who have become interested in this institution for the purpose helping women less favored miss Beatrice Beckley in her Beautiful Coronation Drees As Princess Lovla in a the prisoner zen j. H. Lehman Canton the teach Tkv King agriculture s. S. Blotter y Fortune to a App it it it themselves by Washington to. Teachers wages Barney Straub Bethlehem to. Afternoon session i p. �?consolidation Rural schools w. J. Pontius Plain to. Duties and responsibilities school officials j. W. Michner Lawrence to. What is needed in Rural schools s. J. Hell Jackson to. Address Hon. Owen a Evans. Congenial pursuits the officers were instructed to prepare written reports covering the work the last year specifically and previous years generally. The report mrs. Elizabeth a. Harter president the Exchange follows a this closes the fourteenth year the Canton woman a Exchange. A the business the year has been in looking Back fraternal police court Joseph Vinz Aln was Given a Fine 25 and costs and 30 Days in the workhouse for making an assault upon his wife in which it is said that he used a Hatchet. The sentence was imposed by mayor Turnbull tuesday. Steven near go keeper a Saloon at 716 Madison Street who was arrested for permitting dancing in his place was Given a Fine $5 and costs. A Fine $5 and costs was also assessed against Abdoo Simon who failed to clean up inflammable maters lain about his place when ordered to do to by the chief the fire department. City briefs mrs. Richard w. Jones 627 i Ueber Avenue leaves today to visit Hor son. Atty. Harry Jones Pittsburgh Florence Kelly 329 West fourth Street will go to Salem wednesday where she will take part in m concert. She is a talented pianist. The Grove Hall school formerly Lautzenheiser will give an entertain j most Gratifying ment Fri. And sat. Nights March i comparing it with Tho beginning it 19 and 29 two dramas old Black Joe seems remarkable and two bad boys will be presented. A the Exchange was started in the Douds building in West Tuscarawas Street in october 1894. Its beginnings were meagre. There were ten ,. A a _ _ ,. Consignors and but one paid employee Lily Lodge k. Of p. Initiated a class the custodian who received $4 per sixteen in the third degree last j week. The first months receipts were night. A Large crowd was present $267, which $43 was subscribers Many being from Massillon Alliance 1 fees. The Nurnberg inches served new Berlin and other towns. An Al j averaged about $30 per week a borate program was carried out Fol i a from the first the need such wed by the serving lunch. J an Enterprise was apparent and there Nim shilla Lodge i. O. O. F., con iwas a gradual growth so that at the feared the second degree upon several end six months we were Able to candidates tuesday night. Canton employ a Cook a custodian and an errand the report then mentions the various places occupied by the Exchange twelve and its development in each up to the j time removal to the present quarters in the Irwin Block having in Encan piment is making arrangements to attend the dedication at Alliance. A week from today they will Confer the Golden Rule degree candidates. Mckinley Lodge masons trans acted routine business at their meet. Trances upon South Cleveland Avenue ing last night. J an j West seventh Street. The new Crescent Council no. To the d. Place was occupied last july. Contin l., will hold a social Friday night lung the report says at the Home mrs. Lind 1248 East a your present quarters Are the most ninth Street. All members and convenient and attractive we have friends Are cordially invited. J had and we Hope will prove a Suc the officers Golden Rule degree Cess in increasing the Public Patron the i. O. O. Are requested to at-1 age and that to the members who tend a Drill the degree team at the have done such excellent work in the i. O. O. Hall this evening. Past they May be an inspiration to Buckeye Lodge k. Of p. Will initiate renewed efforts and candidates into the Knight rank Fri j mrs. Isaac Harter it treasurer report de Tho total cosh receipts for the year at $15,644.13. Tho principal items Day night. The local protected Home Circle last night held a rally at which great enthusiasm was manifested. Fully 300 were present in the Hall in the Mccurdy Block. Two special cars brought 150 p. H. C. Members including the p. H. C. Band from Massillon. A car Load Lodge members came from Cleveland and Akron. During the evening a program music and speaking was carried out. Were from lunches served $3850.02 from sales Good consigned $11,-524.78. The institution notwithstanding extraordinary expenditures for permanent equipment was last year As in All previous years self sustaining there being at the close the year a Cash balance nearly $500. Following Are the officers for the meet today the March meeting the Stark county horticultural society will be held at the residence h. E. Slier in the Village Paris today. New City 8cales�?a contract was entered into tuesday Between the Board Public service and the Fairbanks scale company Cleveland for the erection a new City Scales to be located the City lot at Rex and South streets. They will receive $285 for the Scales and will install them immediately. Doctors hold convention physicians from All parts the county attended the meeting the Stark county medical society held in the mayor s court room the City Hall tuesday afternoon. Or. J. Marchand the president the society had charge the meeting and a number interesting papers were read by members the organization. The discussions that followed were participated in by Many those present. Youngs Plant prospering a. E. Young formerly the Canton steel co., and for several terms a member the City Council now at the head the foundry and machine Plant in canal Fulton was in the City business tuesday. Of . Youngs Plant canal Fulton dispatch says a at meeting the stockholders the Orr foundry co., a dividend 25 per cent was declared. Notwithstanding the business depression this establishment has had a remarkably successful year. In fact it has been taxed beyond its capacity at times during the season. It employs from 12 to 20 men. The company has purchased a half acre ground West its Plant and is considering enlargement. Recent contracts will keep the present Force Busy constantly for some time to the proverbial Wiles the widow have again triumphed. The a harming vivacious creature captured All Canton tuesday. To Complete was her Victory that even other women join the men in singing her praises. The Quot widow in this Case is Rosemary gloss and she is a the merry widow whom Henry w. Savage the big theatrical Man is sending about the country to Delight the people and part them from their Coin. But having been in Tho company me dear creature for the three hours she Grants each audience and heard her sing and seen her act no four important measure and a num. J governor Harmon has not yet acted measure affecting county recorders. Bills Are now Laws ber minor acts receive executive approval experts the appropriations. Columbus o., March 16.�?governor Harmon today signed four important House Bills making them effective Laws. They follow the Crawford enabling act for the purpose enabling the Ohio state the Miami and Oxford universities and the two state Normal schools at the latter two institutions and the Wilberforce University to realize the Levy made for their maintenance. The Braun Bill to prevent the improper refilling milk bottles. The Wieber Bill to make appropriations to pay the interest the irreducible state debt. The Cobb Bill to make appropriations for the support the common schools. The governor is devoting much time to the general appropriations Bill. He is being aided in this examination the various items by several experts who Are checking up the figures to see that they tally. It was stated at the executive office today that the governor had not had time yet to pass upon the Gilette Bill to raise the salaries county recorders. He wants to get through with the appropriation Bill first. He left for Cincinnati this afternoon Legal business that will keep him away from his office Likely until Friday. Past president Stratton Akron and j i resent year president mrs. E. A. Grand guardian Katherine Payne j Harter first vice president mrs. H. Cleveland were among those who w Freaser second vice president mrs. Gave addresses. I Katherine Hays treasurer mrs. Isaac following the speeches refresh Harter assistant treasurer mrs. L. L. Ments were served and the evening Miller Secretary h. C. Pontius was wound up with dancing. New Philadelphia commissioners fall to elect new trustee for. Children s Home. Deerfield explosion Gas in the Hutson mine no. 8 near Lloyd burned three men. 25 millions. 25million barrels and sacks Gold medal flour baked into Beautiful bread a oils cake cd pastry last year. Because a the flour was Good. Wash Burn Crosby a a by a it 0.1.0. Must move its chapter Hooge Hamilton o., March derision wide interest to daughters the american revolution was rendered by judge Murphy yesterday when he granted a mandatory injunction compelling John Riley chapter d. Of a., to remove its chapter House from Public property opposite the soldiers Monument. The chapter House is a historic Relio in Ohio. It is the original log powder Magazine old fort Hamilton and was built by general Arthur St. Clair and mud Anthony Wayne in 1791. This building housed the powder that was used in breaking the Power the Miami indians and in opening the entire Northwest territory to civilization. The Structure was presented to the d. A. R. About ten years ago and fitted up As a chapter House. Tho City Council granted Tho society permission to locate the building at the East end the High Street Bridge ground owned by the City. In his decision yesterday judge Murphy held that Tho Council had no right to dedicate City property for any purpose not a purely Public our. Hmm Nduku leu by b 7�? Gold me dal flour the by highest Quality Dublin March 16,-All Ireland awaiting by. I a at Lek s Day which is now a Holiday by act parliament. Inaugural banquet the lord mayor Dublin thin year for the first time to be Temperance nothing stronger Titan lemonade allowed. Sermons will be preached in the Irish language in nearly Ull the churches including protestant. Dozens political meetings to be held and work John Redmond and the Irish party to to commended. Country will never but satisfied unless it gets Horny Rule but is following Rod Mon <3 s advice and proceeding slowly. The following Bills were also signed and became Laws today Cetone to present the Wright Brothers with Gold medals. Cetone providing for the maintenance Dayton memorial Hall. Schaeffer for the Purchase the Collinwood school site. Beker to allow school hoards to file cond Lunation proceedings in insolvency As Well As in probate courts. Kirkpatrick permitting wife to testify against her husband in non support cases. Mendelson providing for medical inspection school children. Duval providing that Road District and township lands May be Given us Security for state de posits. Reynolds requiring proper sanitary conditions where food products Are manufactured. Edwards allowing firemen and policemen free transportation electric lines. Thompson prohibiting eavesdropping Over telephones. Patterson relating to the annual meeting circuit judges and Transfer ring disqualified judges. Phare giving school boards author Ity to appropriate property for Library purposes. Alsdorf appropriating $20,000 for agricultural Extension work. Mendelson relating to the number composing trustee boards corporations not for profit. Mooney submitting the question for constitutional convention. Tuttle authorizing school boards to provide for instruction in manual training. Two distinct Canton crowds succumbed yesterday one in the afternoon and the other in the evening and there were so Many persons in the latter that the Quot widow so reception otherwise the grand opera House could not provide a seats enough to go round and Many stood in the foyer around the outer edges As Long As there was any Chance seeing the Quot widow any her talented associates. In the matter enthusiasm it was also a red letter Day for the grand for there was laughing and cheering and clapping hands that made the Welkin ring. The crowd simply could t be t enough what they considered a Good thing and curtain cull followed curtain tall five them after one act and there were encores galore. The Quot widow and the rest the company were real Liberal too for they responded freely and gracefully. Quot the merry widow is a Light Bright tuneful and enlivening opera full real comedy and overflowing with the sort music the people really appreciate and enjoy. Besides miss gloss the company includes Pauline Perry Tio possesses a fresh Gatet voice and a charming personality. Charles a. Pusey and George Leary Well contrasted comedians who keep their work Well within Bounds George Dameri who makes up in characterization what he lacks in singing Vole and Paul Bleyden who besides being an excellent actor Lias the Best male voice heard in Canton for some time. Tile it Era is elaborately staged with a wealth Beautiful scenery and Rich costumes while a greatly augmented orchestra gives added pleasure to the production. Mcdonalds Ville. Vindicated by coroners jury. Bismarck va., March 16. John Armstrong Chenier millionaire brother former lieutenant governor chanter new York and former husband Amelia Rives the author vindicated by coroners jury today for the killing Henry Dillard mrs Dillard and four children testified that Plllard was chats ing her with a heavy pair tongs when chanter interfered and Plllard attacked him an Lanier aint him dead. Or. Paul Fischer state veterinarian today received word from Washington that he was made a member the commission five to inspect veterinary colleges through the country. The government has More than Suo veterinarians Aud the purpose the commission is to fix the Grade the various colleges front which these employees Are graduated. He will begin in a few Days upon a tour lasting for three weeks which will cause him to travel from coast to coast. Mcdonaldsville o., March East Ohio Gas company has a gang men repairing leaks along the line. Or. And mrs. Charles c. Beisa and son Chester and Chris Rudy and family spent sunday at the Home Harry foil at Crystal Springs. Prof. Dev Ort Canton will give an entertainment at the school House Friday evening. The proceeds for the Benefit the school Library. The play entitled a the there will be an entertainment at Jackson Center saturday evening. Born to . And mrs. Orin Delly a son. William Jackson canal Fulton was Here yesterday. Jackson township lost its oldest citizen through tile death Michael Rohr Crystal Springs. Or. Rohr was 97 years in August last. Shamrock. New York Sun. There a a Little Green Plant that grows Over tile sea and the Emerald leaves that it numbers Are three but though far from old Erin her sons May depart each carries that Green Little Plant in his heart. It Cornea from the Glens where the wild Waters meet it is s we it with the smoke the Pic get and the peat it teaches the Lone longing exile to Ping and breathes to his spirit the Promise Spring. Of the lad who was Small when he came to new York a May forget his old Home in the county Cork. The Linro his fathers May be but a name and belief in the Banshee no More he May claim. But to when the Drums St. Patrick s Day Roll he is sure to appear at the very first note till a Little Green Shamrock displayed ins coat. Cooper Case to jury today. Nashville. March Llu the Cooper Case will not go Totle a jury until tomorrow afternoon. Judge Harts charge wifi take up most tile Day. It is thirty thousand words Long and Breaks All records in the history criminal eases. Attorney general Mccarr says he has expectation convicting John Sharp but has no doubt coot Ctm against both the Coopers. For the Rose England May wave the Mold. And the lilies France their whiteness unfold but the heart the irishman Ever is True to the Green Little Shamrock All shines with Dew the Shamrock remand eternally tsar Tho Shamrock that sprang from a patriots tear and immorally Green is entwined with the Story Erin go Braugh and its sorrow and glory. Awaiting definite answer. Washington March 16.-Secretary the Nuvy Meyer announced today but a number Hie larger ships in ohm Pacific Fleet to be retained indefinitely the West coast Central America until Nicaragua gives definite Assurance Pence in that Region. The enormous sales Royal Java blend Coffee proves that it is flue in Quality
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