Canton Morning News in Canton, Ohio
16 Nov 1906

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16 Nov 1906

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Canton Morning News (Newspaper) - November 16, 1906, Canton, Ohio 4 a. M. Edition inspection of the news circulation is morning news full leased wire press and Cable reports direct in editorial rooms partly Cloudy Friday. Snow in Northeast. Saturday rain or Snow. Rot. 10. Ai in Stahli Hel 1833. I Canton. Ohio. Friday morning novem Ber is. 1906. One cent i Western town Der water. In. Wire communications Are Cut off. My Are causing con Stern at Akron Railroad Bridges washed away a it trains tied up River four Miles wide. Spokane wash., nov. 15.�?meager Reid its Are being received from the lest owing to the fact that All wire communication has been Cut off. The Vuk it a amp Valley is a raging torrent. News from Walla Walla Yakima Leavenworth Aud other Points West ill say that the water is very High mid the destruction to crops will be la Orcus. The Northern Pacific Railroad is washed out for nearly a mile West of Yakima. The Snoqualmie River is out of its Banks and the town of Snohomish is partially under water White tile residents have been driven pack to the Foothills. The greatest damage however is in the White Green. Stuck and Duwamish River valleys. The Green River has torn out two Northern Pacific steel Bridges above hot Springs and the White Lias taken Down another Northern Pacific Bridge Between Buckley and Enumclaw. The water of All the Rivers in this county were still rising at last advices. In places the White River ordinarily less than too feet wide is now More than four males in Width and the Waters Are sweeping relentlessly toward the sound and Tahoma. Advices from Wenatchee say that a everal trains Are tied up there and the town is full of transients. Addil to the destruction by the water the wind is blowing a Gale and Many if Tell houses Are being blown Down and wept by the flood of rain into the Rivers. Part of Tho town of Cash More is now under water. All schools along the River have been dismissed. Reign of terror in Summit county City member of legislature prays to live. Special to morning news Akron Nov. 15.�?firebugs Are working Here the police believe. Mysterious fires have been of daily occurrence during the past three weeks. A Blaze Early this in orning in wolfs grocery in North Howard Street caused $250 damage. That a half dozen recent fires were of incendiary origin the police Are satisfied. Although no Trace of incendiaries has been found. The City passed through a reign of terror a year ago last Winter when thousands of dollars damage was done and the flames were charged to firebug. The police have increased their vigilance. Insurance rates have advanced since the fires two years ago. staked by general Moody on Why he wants to live. Special to morning news. Marion nov. 15.�?dr. J. H. Criswell who is critically ill with diabetes wants to live another year that he May Complete his term in the legislature. Today he rallied and his friends Are hoping he May recover Long enough to carry out his desire. Recently when or. Criswell was told he would soon die he burst into tears and prayed that he might fill out his term of office. He is a Democrat and a prominent resident of this county. Oul coma of suit against Standard. Killed in a sewer Trench. Special to morning news. Akron of. Nov. 15.�?j. F. Coleman a sewer Digger was caught by a Cavern in a Trench in Arch Street this morning and smothered to death. It was two hours before the body was removed. Coleman was of years old married and leaves a family. Believes has enough damaging evidence to convict the outfit. St. Louis mo., nov. 15.�?alhough discounted in Advance by the official announcement that the proceedings were to be brought there is no doubt that the. Filing in the circuit court of the Eastern judicial District of Missouri today by special attorneys Kellogg and Morrison represented the Federal department of Justice of chains of violations of sections i and 2 of the Sherman anti Trust Law by the Standard Oil co. Marks the commencement of a struggle for its cry existence by the Standard that has a t no parallel in the country s history. Billions of dollars the life of the Standard Oil co., the richest and most merciless corporations of modern times and of 71 corporations and partnerships Are involved in the action which is designated As a United staes of America against the Standard Oil co., Joan d. Rockefeller William Rockefeller Henry h. Rogers. Henry m. Flagler John d. Archbold Oliver h. Payne Charles m. Platt it a1." today s proceedings were naturally decidedly formal in their nature the attorneys for the government simply filing their notices of proceedings and applying to judges Sanborn and Adams for orders to bring the nonresident defendants into the jurisdiction of the court. This order was granted. The big Legal chiefs of the Standard and its subsidiary Corpora Grees he expects the Senate to confirm his appointment As associate Justice of the supreme court. The question of r criminal prosecution against the offi ers of the Standard Oil company will be taken up later. But it Tat understood to his successor Charles j. Bonaparte now Secretary of the Navy will lie placed the Burden of the decision it is known that while or. Moody believes the evidence sufficiently Strong to warrant criminal prosecution he does not deem it advisable to press two actions at the same Lime. In this he reflects the Well known opinions of president Roosevelt whose aim is to remove present obnoxious conditions and to provide against their recurrence in the future. Much of the credit of the suit against tile Oil Trust is the Romance of Bourke Cockran and the governor general a daughter. Result of Taft trip new York nov. 15.�?the marriage of miss Annie Ide daughter of former governor general Henry b. Ide of the Philippines to representative shared by Rourke Cockran took place this arguments closed before the United states supreme court in the Canton state Bank Case. Washington nov. 15.�?arguments were concluded before the supreme court today in the Case of the officers of the Canton Ohio state Bank charged in connection with Harvey h. Miller a Rich manufacturer with wrecking that institution. The question for determination is the constitutionality of the Ohio statute providing for the confinement in the Penitentiary of embezzling Bank officers or agents. We i Ham a. Lynch in both his opening and closing arguments today contended this was class legislation. Prosecuting attorney Charles c. Upham mid associate counsel John we Crains argued that free banking inst it thins Are incorporated under a different act because they have radically different Powers and obligations rom other Hanking institutions. Women for railway service. Vienna nov. 15.�?after Long debate Aud consideration the ministry of railroads has agreed to the employment of women for Trae watching and signalling on the company a railway systems. It is specified that they May Only be Given work however where their duties will he Light and that no night work will be permitted. The Concession is made in compliance with the clamor of the Rural population though the wages Are Only Elgut to ten cents daily. The Case of f is not yet decided charges filed intended to hold him for Illinois authorities. William Funk held Here for the Joliet 111. Authorities still occupies a cell in the City jail. Thursday af-1 play All of the a heavy artillery of Ter noon attorney Rice started har Asboth sides almost from the a it part. I be Corpus proceedings in probate court attorneys for the Trust jul contend to secure his release and chief Smith i that the combination of the compan James r. Garfield of Ohio commissioner of corporations. It was by investigations into Tim operations of the Standard Oil company that formed the greater part of the basis for the present prosecution. Garfield had inserted his probe before tile breaking out of the Oil conflagration in Kansas in the Early part of last year. Public indignation Over the operations of the Trust in the Kansas and adjoining Fin is found an Echo in Congress and in february of 1905, a Resolution offered by representative Campbell directed the Bureau of corporations to investigate conditions Iii that state. But with the belief that a report of any Peri ii Field would lie of necessity unfair of purely local conditions. Commissioner Garfield set about upon a general and extensive investigation into the subjects of Oil production and prices pipe lines refining organization Eom Petite methods transportation and foreign Trade. It v As the results of this inquiry that stirred the president to demand Legal action realizing the determination of the government to eradicate the Oil monopoly John d. Rockefeller and John a Archbold ailed upon the president at tile White House a year ago. What tool place Between the president and his callers May never be known. It a understood that the trip St magnates pointed out the dire financial consequences that would follow what they held would be persecution of an Industry the Prosperity of which meant so much to the entire United Stales. It was some time latter that the attorney general upon the editions have been at work for weeks j red Ion of Trie president selected spec on their Side of the Case and the Battle in the courts will bring into was summoned to appear with the prisoner. As a precautionary measure chief Smith had a warrant drawn up in which Funk was charged with being a suspicious person and he was entered on the blotter As such before being taken before judge Bow. When the arguments were started chief Smith produced the new warrant of the existence of which attorney Rice was ignorant. Judge Bow decided that he had no Power to decide the Validity of the warrant and the Case was dismissed. In the meantime chief Smith has been receiving letters Aud telegrams almost continually urging him to hold tile Man. Acting sheriff a. H. Malin is now in Columbus and will hurry Here As soon As requisition papers can be made out. He had expected to Aries was made necessary because of Trade conditions that there has been no attempt on its part to stifle Competition As has been alleged that the Only reason that the Standard has taken the smaller companies under its voting has been one of Economy in management and to turn Back to All of the minor companies the Complete direction and control of their own affairs will mean ruin to these corporations and will also result in the Public having to pay larger prices for Oil and Oil products than at present. None of the Legal lights of the Standard company will discuss their Case declaring that when the courts Start to take evidence in the proceedings begun today much that has been said against their clients will be truth fully stated and it will be Tai counsel to act with him in determining whether there was sufficient cause and sufficient Law to dissolve the Oil Combine. Today a action tells the whole Story. In announcing today the filing continued on Page two rive Here yesterday but the proceed so Iown that it has violated no Law. Ings Are taking More time than he expert Ted. A Telegram was also received from the detectives at Cleveland who located Funk Here stating that they Are certain he is one of the gang concerned in the burglary of the Ladd his Bank. They stay that he is wanted on several other charges and is a dangerous Man. Pop concert Plait military band. Sunday. 3 30 auditorium. File largest and most Complete lumber Yard in the City. Phil. I. Berno Weh phones 90. Cleveland ave. And Navarre St. Ebersole pianos Are Fine. Beautiful tone Quality Beautiful Case designs. Right prices. The Klein amp Heffelman co. U. C. T., notice. Canton Council no. 41, it. C. T., will give a Stag smoker in their rooms in the Mccurdy Block tomorrow evening at 8 of clock. All commercial travelling men of Canton who Are not members As Well As All visiting la. C. Men Are cordially invited. All members of Council no. 41 Are re quit ated to bring with them one or More travelling men who Are not members. Commencing tuesday oct. 16, the . Railway will install half hour service Between Canton and Massillon the first car leaving Massillon at 5 a rn., and continuing every half hour until 10 30 p. In. The first car leaves Canton at 5 00 a. In. A a Bill Simpsons two Cigar stores will be closed Friday afternoon for football game. Hear Mozart Trio auditorium sunday 3 30 on the other hand tile officials in charge of the prosecution for the government declare that All of the contentions made by attorney general Moody in his statement Given out Early in the Day can easily be proven and that the Days of the Oil monopoly Are numbered. However inasmuch As the attorneys for the Oil Trust intend lighting out every Little Legal i it Point right from the Start it is entirely probable tonight that the supreme court of the United states will pass upon the cases in half a dts ent phases before it is finally disposed of. The defendants now have one month in which to enter their appearance and an additional month in which to file answers. They also have the option of filing a demurrer to the Bill. The keynote of american federation of labor meeting at Minneapolis. Minneapolis Minn nov. 15.�?at todav�?T3 session of the american federation of labor Norfolk va., a decided upon As the next place for holding the National gathering. Passionate outbursts of oratory by fraternal delegates from great Britain and Canada kept the delegates keyed up to a High i it Point of interest today the Climax of enthusiast a coming when Ald gee a subject of King Adward said a i had As soon live under the stars and stripes As the British world wide peace for All time and the arbitration rather than a resort to arms in times of disputes were advocated in a Strong Resolution offered by James Duncan first \ ice president of the american federation of labor president of the Granite hot from the wire Rome to forestall a German attempt to establish wireless stations in South America Signor Marconi has obtained Italy a Promise to hasten direct communication with Argentina. St. Johns n. is no foundation whatever for the alarming resets sent out that the Steamer Roosevelt with commander Peary aboard had been wrecked on the Labrador coast. Davenport Dougherty of Milwaukee was decisively trimmed by Jiminy Gardner of Lowell mass., the Yankee knocking out the Brewer in the ninth round of what was to have been a to round Battle. Worcester h. Hurley a widely known sportsman is critically ill of heart trouble Here. He formerly owner of the Worcester Eastern league team and president of the wac Huset boat club which brought out a a Ned Teneyck the first american to win the a Diamond Darlington. Wlsh Winfield Davis superintendent of the Truman mining company killed and Daniel Mcdermott a Miner fatally burned by the explosion of the tank of a gasoline engine and dynamite at Trumane glib Miles Northwest of Darlington. Douglass an explosion of blasting powder at Lee station nine Miles East of Here on the Al paso Square in Railroad 20 or More men were killed. A dozen bodies have a1 ready been taken from the mine and it is feared there May be More in the debris. Of Tho dead three were americans the others mexican miners. Horrible charge made by dying woman against her husband who protests his innocence. Chicago nov. . Agatha thiess. Dying has accused her Hus band Julius of trying to kill her by pouring Muri Atic acid Down her Throat As she slept. A few minutes after telling her Story mrs. Thiess expired in agony. Thiess. Who is serving a term in the bridewell for a minor of years ago and was being educated in j Fease will he transferred to the Cetin France for the Priesthood when he j to jail and formally charged with decided to come to America to take wife murder. He protests his inno his chances. Arriving in this country Cence. Almost penniless when lie was 17, he i mrs. Theiss statement was that she worked As a dry goods clerk then was awakened one night last August taught for a period and then studied a a frightful pain in the to Froat and Law and was admitted to the bar. J Eai it no from her bed. Saw her bus entering polities while still a Mere Al lh0 room with a bottle youth. Or. Cockran won his first great Fame As a political orator at the democratic convention at Syracuse in evening at the St. Regis hotel in the presence of a Small company of guests. The congressman and his Bride will sail for Europe in a few Days for a Long wedding trip abroad. The interval Between the ceremony and their departure will be spent at the bridegroom s country place port Washington a i., where the Bride and her father were the guests of or. Cockran last week. Or. Cochran is a Man of Large Means. It is said that he has settled $50 ,000 on his Bride. When asked if he would care to say anything about the princely wedding gift or. Cockran answered a the report is without justification. I never discuss my private he also declined to confirm a retort that he had present Al the Bride with a necklace of pearls Worth $25-000. Aside from the prominence of both or. Cockran and his Bride today s nuptials have an Especial hold on the sympathy and interest of the american people As being die outcome of the second Romance of Semi National importance that saw its heyday during the famous trip of the Taft party to the Orient a year ago. That of congressman Nicholas Longworth and president Roosevelt s daughter Alice being the first. Bourke Cochran who has. Few if any equals Iii America As an orator and a Brilliant extemporaneous speaker was born in county Sligo. Ireland 52 in his hand. Her daughter she said came to her assistance and for a moment they held him until wrenching 1879. This gave him Nat ant Fame i free he fled dropping the Bot and. Bringing him to the notice of he ? "1,., ,7 i Hies Mouth Aud Throat frightfully a olm Kelly soon afterwards he was examination a of a fun ind in tammany Hall and received showed that it had held Muri Atic the. Appointment As sheriff counsel. A or. Cockran was elected to Congress. A Thieser. Injuries wer0 not in 188i, Ami again in ism serving thought fatal at the time but a fort until 1895. In i spa he became adv night ago she Felt excruciating pains Cate of the Gold Standard and Cam in the Throat and went to the county pained for Mckinley. On the anti Hospital where she died today imperialistic Issue he returned to the democratic party in 1900 and made i a Campaign for Bryan. When Mcclellan became mayor Iii 1904. Or. I Cockran was elected to fill his unexpired term in Congress and was last week re elected to the sixtieth Congress. A shake up looks like something doing in the police department about the alleged gambling. Just before Roll Call of the police Force thursday evening a meeting of 1 pm Puar woman. Both the Day and night forces wast 1>ein Bort Hankins a prominent bus held in the mayors court room. No Napa Man this City information was Given out but it is Groom is one of the Bent known Rose Yohe. Massillon o., nov. 15.�?a quiet wedding took place at the residence or mrs Clara Leister this afternoon at 2 of clock when her sister. Mists Mary Rose was United in marriage to George w. Yohe of Canton. The t ceremony was performed by Rev. H. Vav. Dewey in the presence of immediate relatives of the contracting parties. This evening the newly wedded couple left on an Eastern trip and Wil return december 15, at which time they will take up their residence at 1226 North Market Street Canton. Toe Bride is a Well known and very her brother in Law understood that it was railed by the utters Union and chairman of theoc be to b cruet the men according business men of Canton. Washington nov. 15.�?attorney general Moody has staked his reputation As a Law officer of the government upon the suit which was begun today in the United states Cir Iii court at St. Louis against the Standard Oil Trust. Armed with an exhaustive array of damaging evidence collected by the trained experts of the Bureau of corporations and fortified by the opinions of eminent counsel he sits in Serene Contentment of his work. He is proud of his achievement and is firm in the belief that the Steps he has taken to dissolve the Oil Trust will prove successful. Today a action practically Marks the parting of the ways for him for shortly after the convening of Cou convention committee on resolutions. The Resolution recited a Universal and constant peace Between a1 nations contributed directly and lastingly to the welfare of workers and toilers of All nations. this end it was asked that the influence of j the american federation of Bel brought to Bear on the president of the United states and Congress to secure their co operation with other Powers to establish through International Congress the immunity of private property at sea in time of War o the statement Given out wednesday evening concerning gambling. Death of mrs. Mary a. Biechele. Mrs. Mary a. Biechele widow of Augustus Biechele. Of 804 North Cleveland Avenue died at 2 30 this morning after a Long illness. The deceased has been a resident of tills City for a number of years and her death will to mourned by a Large Circle of friends. She is survived by four sons and Bree daughters Edward Andrew Alfred and a thur and mrs. Christina veining or. A a Quot to to aty periodic i Harry Uhl mra 11 world assemblages and an impartial j a �?ze8 of Cincinnat. Investigation of All differences before hostilities Are engaged in Between nations. Lasting furniture satisfaction. Buy the Good durable kind. Its Tho Only kind we sell. Not High priced either. The Klein amp Heffelman co defective eyes give your children the Benefit of Normal vision. Our optician can advise you. Walter ii. Dublo Opp. Court House. Funeral made later. James announcement will be pop concert. Mozart Trio and Fiala band. Sunday 3 30 auditorium. I hugest Stock carpets an re the Klein amp Heffelman co. Rugs. A a Bill Simpsons two Cigar stores will be closed Friday afternoon for football game. Canton people fortunate. The Royal Welsh male choir of Treorchy South Wales will give a concert at the auditorium next Day evening nov 19. The choir consist s of 20 male singers assisted by miss Core Soprano and miss Hall contralto both Are considered among the Best in Wales. The choir has won four world s prizes at the National Eisteddfod a. Sir Walter parratt organist to the King said a it is the finest choir i have Ever owing to the Large seating capacity of tin auditorium the pries Are within the reach of All being 50c, 25c. And 15c. A seats reserved at Lerchs music store. A. J. Douds amp son dentists Tel. 237. 15000 chrysanthemums Pink White and yellow 30c. 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00 per Doz. Of Linda hers Igor w. Tusk. St., Opp. Dueber works. We Are Selling agents for par0id roofing the kind the government uses the Canton lumber co l. O. L. P. Oth phone

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