Canton Morning News in Canton, Ohio
5 Nov 1906

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5 Nov 1906

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Canton Morning News (Newspaper) - November 5, 1906, Canton, Ohio 4 . Edition ? inspection Quot the news circulation is morning news. _ f u l l ceased wire p Ress and Cable reports direct in editorial rooms fair monday and tuesday fresh East to Southeast winds. Vol. 80. No. So. St a Blish Ici i . Ohio. Monday morning november 5. 1900. Tie list bus the congressional Campaign Welly a adherents Active and Alert. Robinson la also an official the state federation the american federation labor from East Liverpool saturday night . Robinson sent the following message to congressman Kennedy Quot East Liverpool o., nov. 3, 1906. A Hon. James Kennedy Youngstown Ohio. A your labor record will be attacked monday night. Do you wish to reply will Divide time. Answer. A a a. A. an Effort was made by the vindicator saturday night to find congressman Kennedy and ascertain what he proposed to do regarding the Challenge for a debate. He was not at the Rayen club and could not be located at his Home. Or. Kennedy is be font Linued Page two their arms leaders tuesdays Battle rest two Young boys quarrel about a girl bleached Bones missing Man found. Meeting letter carriers killed by a Savage Bull. Estimates results Are wide apart. Both sides in new York and Pennsylvania Are confident sweeping Victory. New York nov. 4.�?the rival candidates for spent sunday quietly . Hughes the Republican nominee resting at his Home after Many Days most arduous campaigning and . Hearst the review the situation in the state and District. J. A. Robinson challenges Kennedy. Final preparations for election Day tuesday have All been completed by the election supervisors while the party committees have about made ready All details for work they will do. The work was finished a Little earlier than it w As last fall. All the ballots have been printed counted and sealed in packages. Supplies Are i sep Cal to morning news. Ready for distribution Aud with the Ozug town o., nov. 4.�?elton ack ballots will be Given to the election j Man aged shot Aud killed officers today. 1harles Lodvick. Aged 15, tonight at then too everything is ready for 1 e Botne j Lawlor 32 Lincoln ave special registration monday. Ever Ackerman was calling voter who has been out the City j ,18s. Connell who is employed by who was confined to his Home by a. A div cd came to the House sickness and unable to go to his polling place other registration Days lib its fall May Register that is if the supervisors Are satisfied these two Ponts. It is said that there Are quite a number who have not registered recount sickness and being out town. In he Columbus correspondent the Cincinnati enquirer in referring to who had been missing since july the contest in this District says were found this afternoon. The find i Inone the leaders vouch a the old Mckinley District the was made by boys Hunting rabbits in a i amp h in it Hange in the figures pm a eighteenth made up Stark col urn a Thicket a Short distance East the a 8 Keiday. Biana and Mahoning counties is the pee Perl mils. A missing front tooth scene this year an unusual fight. And he clothing made the identity a ordinarily there is but Little show the body certain. The manner his for a Democrat and the campaigns not known. Dunham is known Victor in contest for control Illinois Central Stuyvesant fish is completely out generated and his friends admit his defeat. Chicago nov. 4.�?stuyvesant fish made his last stand today in his fight against e. A Harriman for control the Illinois Central Railroad. Harriman is Victor. Fishes friends admit that their Leader has lost. Had fish been Able to win his old time Friend j. T. Harahan to his Banner the result might have been different Harahan was believed at the recent stockholders meeting to have joined the Harriman forces. After the meeting was Over however he said he was not go error new York a Harriman Man and the Hopes Oke cent trouble was about a woman. An injured husbands Long Chase. The fish followers revived last night . Fish arrived in Chicago his Way to new Orleans. Some time after Midnight a message was democratic Aud Independence league 1 handed t0 Hira announcing that a Din Ominee addressing two meetings directors meeting bad been called in election watchers in Brooklyn and new York for wednesday to elect sex Manhattan. Or. Hearst was a com Jeru Ive officers the Road. The pres pained by his counsel Clarence j. Ideal 01 the company . Fish had had followed the pair Over great part american victim May die. As the result a cutting affray near Oak Grove South Market Street about la clock saturday night Bickes Shavil lies at police Headquarters in a critical condition and Joseph Stupe is locked up a charge cutting with intent to kill. Both men Are romanians and work in the rolling Mill. According to Shavill a Story he and several others had hot words in John i Wendell Saloon. When he started for Vav i a r j Uiva ii Vav Uch 11�?o Sisi it l Ion Shearn who expounded the election non a no such meeting. The in his boarding House which is a Little Law to the watcher the Manhattan i in Ion Rad Road men say was plainly Shak at 2511 South Market a to beat Ackerman up when the latter Nen who will guard his interests at up led a gun and shot him As Lod the polls. They cheered him Enthus stick tried to bar his Progress from the front porch. Ackerman gave himself up to the police. Boys ghastly find. Spacial to morning news. Waverly o., nov. 4.�?the bleached in Les William Dunham a Hostler meeting was held at the Garden the i t0 1>ush through the Harriman pro atre from w Here . Hearst walked Graora in Iahn a absence. The meeting to his Nome escorted by rom the a called by three directors. One them was Harahan. Fishes first move was to arrange for a special in swallowing and it is feared Bloot poisoning will set in. I he men who were mixed up Hie affair has disappeared but Sun Day noon Stupe was arrested at hit boarding House by officers Riffle and pen Ley he first denied All Ninnec ton with the affair but afterwards. Said he had Only held Shavil whih another did the cutting but he a fully identified by the victim As the real culprit. As usual the trouble wa8 Over a woman in the person Stupe s wife whom he claims has been living will Shavil. This statement is born m the local police records flick Stdio hat the couple were arrested about teat ago for living in adultery. It is claimed that the couple Wop married in the old country but tha she afterwards married Stupe. She soon returned to Shavil. And since Felt ame to America have been Fol Lowed Over the greater part the. Country by the woman a husband am the attack saturday night was the. Result. The names the accomplices a known to the police but it is be heed they have left the City in e meantime the wounded Many a condition is steadily growing More ser Otis. And it is altogether probable the prisoner will have a Graver charge u answer to. Last eally. A Lew speeches tomorrow both candidates will make train which he left for new York tonight. His second was to theek an Campaign to All purposes is ended. Late Xvi a with Harahan now second the democratic and Republican state a cd prudent the Illinois Central Headquarters Are practically closed i a e president Lay virtue Harriman and Only the Independence league state Headquarters still shows the same Bustle the earlier Days the 4 Campaign in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. Nov. 4.�?the politics. . I Hose who saw today a a meeting Between fish and Harahan it was without a Token the dra a have been matters form. But this1� Bave been despondent Over the loss ignore than at any time during the last year John c. Welty Canton whom hl9 jobs Pattison Defeated for the Gubernator Al nomination has been nominated letter carriers met at Warren. La democrats and is making Ai is ninlwv1 Burd and systematic Campaign every \ i delegates from county in the Quot Waltron rav Nna Barberton Youngs Marie. Point. Came straight to the j were at first not thought to be serious 1 8pl was one year 0 d 212 tons net and i situation in the state Pennsylvania Ett let defies8anttclpa Lew. I Quot Ckel headed Doest Lewis c. Emery jr., its managers fish was Harahan to forget a ii a ship seventeen years fit Aiki i swollen ing to join Harriman in deposing his former chief just what was the a i Tare Harahan a reply no one will Tell. Its Tenor was unfavourable however. Harahan says he cannot see _ a South Market Street he says that three men followed and be toasted Schooner g. Attacked him one them with a Iraneo Sackville knife. He received three bad cuts top the head one near the Leit Eye and another under the Chin. Patrolman Zimmerman was the first to arrive followed closely by chief Smith and . Poet. In the meantime the injured Man had been Ianird Pilous seas after hours in carried into the House and Laid im5uont danger the wreck. The the cold floor. On advice . Post ve89ei Rev is ath bound from parrs he was taken to Headquarters where i Boro n. S., to new Haven and the his injuries were . The wounds Captain mistook the lights. The Vee Schooner wrecked Crew saved. Orleans. Mass., nov. 4.�?the new m. Coch n. B., was totally wrecked Ransett bar Early today Captain Benjamin Towne and his Crew five mate Stewart Bloomer and seamen Ward Liddell. Eaton and Rose. Were rescued in breeches buoy but last night his face was badly he also has great difficulty John a. Berger claim will sweep the slate by a no Mil 150,000, who e the supporters District against con-1 town Shinn in no Quot a Edwin a s Ltd a it a a. The Republican Pressman James Kennedy Youngs 1�?o o.,6 a w Castle nominee declare be will win by too town who has been Tor Dav to a �7?he i to base a b Ltd my it n a a �p"06e< a a a Ern Ohio and West 1 Sun a i a a sol. Of j conv Tion by j. J. Grant can Pennsylvania letter carriers ton and Charles speaker Colum action is positive that it teacher mandolin guitar and ban in 407 e. Tusk. St. Phone 1g87. I furnish Fine instruments and come to your Home if you wish. At Massillon thursdays. Valued at $12,000. Steaks and chops any time Day night at a the Assoc no set program had been pre Aiana. No nomination having been pared but discussions the general made the matter was submitted to atolies interest took up the entire District primary Grant dropping out afternoon. In the evening a banquet under circumstances that will injure was served. His political career the future. A Kennedy won the contest because gored to death by a Bull t f an unusually Large vote in Mahon spelt a Ial to morning news. Lag county. This result the speaker Gallipolis o., nov. 4.�?charles d people have openly challenged and a prominent Stock Raiser near there is much soreness in addition i Here was found Doad his farm thi8 this Samuel Gompers tue Amer morning having been gored to death i an federation 11,, la malting n a a 7of Fri were Rainy Evi Tith Toum iacirbdc8trugg, Xii. By As the foe organized labor. Several his principal lieutenants Are in the District making speeches and organizing factories against him. William Jennings Bryan made three speeches in the District at Panton Alliance and Leetonia a j Iii Rij. To the workingmen to stand j Cody Wyo a nov. 4.�?col. William Elty. It seems almost impossible Gody Buffalo Bill a accompanied figure where Welty has a Chance by colonel Beck and several members b 1 he is More than hopeful declaring the party which returned a few nit he will carry both Stark and Ma-1 Days ago from a by Bear Hunt in the boning counties. Political figures put h k Horn noun it Aiu. Left Here today i Quot a District Down As Republican upon i Sheridan it Wyoming intending to ,1f�?~ Tariff Issue As it is filled with i he id a conference with the Lites be India Stiles that profit by this arrange fire the latter Start their Overland the socialist vote in the Dis-1 March to fort Mead Fri where they Buffalo Bill will hold a conference with the Ute warriors. Blent i 1 is grow5ag. And this makes bad for Welty. Are to stay in charge the sixth cavalry until Spring. Notwithstanding the agreement which was reached at the conference Between the Lites and so Diers there Ord Colima to i rec Quot Iare it ars a general uprising All 0ngre8sman Kennedy will be Northern indians 1 Robinson Chai Lenges few town nov. 4.�?the labor attacked at a pm Etin Jet ii a 1 no Rufern indians. Buffalo Bill who is men East i Iva a Al Orillo familiar with the Indian character according to a ?001 monday in Gilt titles has been kept closely advised vindicator i received by the j the developments in the recent Trou pottery Cliv night from theble9�?T and believes the matter will Tho atlatl ii not be entirely settled by the arrange in it bin it a n made by to a. Ment which puts an end to the wan trades Wakins Delegate for the de rings and depredations the Lites and Abor Council Canton i under Appal and Black whisker. In Quot i 88 one a Quot a secretaries. Quot convention held by the Bor Congress in this City. Thi largest and most Complete lumber Yard in the City. Phil i. Berno Weh phones 90. Clete and Ava. And Navarre is. At the instigation the Lites run Liers have been going to Al the tribes the Sioux and and Northern Chey Ennes and crows with a View inducing them to join in driving the White Man out the land and colonel Cody believes that Steps should be taken at once to counteract the efforts these messengers to stir up revolt. On his arrival at Sheridan col. Cody will Confer with the military authorities As to the exact methods procedure. Old Gold spectacle frames. Have you an old Frame too badly worn for use if you have bring it to us for Exchange towards new ones. Walter h. Double Opp. Court House. G. Swallow upon Emery both in regard to the candidates personal character and his connection with the Standard Oil company. On the other hand the Emery managers Here Are confident that the allegations made by state treasurer win. H. Berry regarding graft and overcharges in the state Capitol Job at Harrisburg will be sufficient to sweep away any doubt As to the Success the fusion candidates. Impartial estimates Point to a majority 50,000 in the state for Emery. T his however does not include the vote in either Philadel phia Allegheny where Stuart sentiment is unusually Strong. It looks As though the state situation really depended upon Philadelphia and while boastful predictions Are made by both sides conservative politicians simply decline to make estimates. In Idaho. Salt Lake City Utah nov. 4.�?in a statement issued tonight at Boise Tho Republican state chairman James h. Brady predicts an overwhelming Victory for his party in Idaho november 6. He puts the majority governor Gooding at 15,000. The injection the mormon question into pop it irs has been the chief fight the democrats. The democrats claim a close Victory for governor Stockslager and senator Dubois. In California. San Francisco nov. 4.�?general George Stone chairman the Republican state Central committee has made Public his estimate the outcome the political contest in the various counties the state. He shows far greater liberality than his political opponent chairman spell Acy the democratic state governing body in Bis apportionment majorities. Spell Acy Only concedes Gillett. Majorities in sixteen the 57 counties the state and even then in Only Able to figure out a total majority 8650 for Bell. Geu. Stone the japanese will ultimately attempt to acquire the Philippines oysters and Cam chowder. a the we Are Selling agents Fri Pahoa roofing the kind the government uses the Canion lumber co i. O. L. P. Bath Phons vote for John c. Welty. Stark county a says Captain Aldrich Oakland. Cal., nov. 4.�?Captain t. H. Aldrich a Nephew major general i Shafter in command company a 1 35th infantry is convinced that Japan ultimately will make a determined Effort to take the Philippines from the United states. He thinks that the pie sent. Agitation May have been brought about with a View to precipitating trouble preparatory to the invasion by Japan Luzon. Captain Aldrich Points out that Tho Northern extremity Luzon is Only 200 Miles Distant from the japanese Island Formosa and that the entire Western coastline Luzon a Bleak Barren stretch 700 Miles is protected and patrolled by Only one company infantry located in the bight opposite the Island pay Olas. This Island is 22 Miles Long Aud lies 15 Miles out from Luzon. From this Point the insurgents received arms and ammunition when fighting the United states troops. Captain Aldrich says a i am firmly the opinion that the japanese government is preparing to take the Philippines from the United states and thus command the entire coastline the Western Pacific. The Island Pallas the Eastern Eaxt offers the Only Good Vantage Point for a Landing in the entire distance 700 Niles. Rile Road from this place to Manila is Only to Railes in length and this will undoubtedly be one the main Points attack r speak Spanish and several native dialects and from mingling with natives in the Philippines i Ain fully satisfied that the japanese j Are at work persuading the natives the advantages coming under the japanese Flag. The United states the other hand Rives Ben 22 Conn should a a a a ice a a f ties and leaves one doubtful and yet Rolls up a plurality for his candidate. Gillett 29,620. Commencing tuesday oct. 16, the . Railway will install half hour service Between Canton and Massillon the first car leaving Massillon at 5 a ., and continuing every half hour until 10 30 p. In. The first car leaves Canton at 5 00 a. In. And protect the bight at Pallas Island As that is the Only vulnerable Point the East coast the Island. Steps should at once be taken to inquire into the purposes and occupations great numbers japanese now rapidly but quietly occupying Tho Northern District the Island that 15c a special Quot from la a. In. To i p. In. At a the candidate for Congress i8th congressional District. He will conscientiously serve your interests. Election tuesday nov. 6tli, 1906

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