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Canton News Democrat (Newspaper) - June 20, 1911, Canton, Ohio Bitter fight is e Over t of Way continued from Page one will rebuild burned Plant two big barring in court about strip of land corporations against corporations was the order of affairs in court room no. 4, the new in opened chamber in at the Semi formal dinner at Buckingham Palace last night Given by the Bing and Queen to Tho visiting envoys John Hays Hammond the rep corporations resent Tive of the United states replied a it. Was a bully it was Tho biggest Bunch of Royalty that Hammond had Ever looked upon he in fact being the Only one present without a title of some sort most of the royalties were accompanied by their wives but Hammond slagged it. The american envoy remodelling Sale in Short time installation of be it poems Canton fertilizer company decides to put up modern Structure. W hich judge Bow and a jury heard wore b s knee breeches silk stockpile appropriation suit Between the 5n�s anti slippers. Owing to the info Cleveland Alliance amp Mahoning Val of the function he left off the Ley Railroad company and the Penn buckle that Are supposed to go with Sylvania Railroad company. Be slippers. From the Waist up arguments to the jury tuesday Hammond was garbed in Eon Venetiou were heated and the outcome of the Al dress Case is watched with interest. Quot Ben dinner was announced it fell the suit is brought by the Plain to Hammond Slot to be the escort of Tiff it a a a Quot a directors of tile caul n fertilizer company which lop its entire Plant by tire last Friday morning were in session Iii the business office of the concern tuesday. That the Plant will re i build at once is an assured tact. It will probably be a big Brick fire a Hitchcock proof Structure of not less than two i Kilts said fee he w nothing of stories possible three. Nile plans of tile department. It is All of the manufacturing shipping expected that assistant postmaster Massi Lon Ojune 26. 1 postmaster John Elliot received i word tuesday from the Post office department that an inspector would Are live Here within tin t it few a its to prepare for the ins1 ablation. July 15. Of Tho postal Sav Tigs Bank ordered i aet week by postmaster general api. Menus and women s High shoes and Low shoes Are Inch Pei in this Sale. Conic mid get acquainted our store these special unities Ore being Given. T a it n women a $3 to pumps Sale Price. Two strap suede 2.65 women s pump Price. $2.50 Sale two strap suede 1.95 for the purpose of establishing Nuncess Alexander of Teck. Ham eto., will be done tinder a s my. Roof. A William Smith will be appointed to damages payable to the Pennsylvania Jond was surprised at the jollity of plans Are not Delini \ but i a take charge of the banking depart company for the appropriation by the i be diners and their sociable Quail aerie that Many carpenters Brick in Cut. This plan has been adopted plaintiff of a half mile of ies7 to George talked longer layers Hod carriers and Oiher artisans in Many cities. Ants right of Way on the North Cor Hammond than with any of the will soon be at work on the. New Ellis said that rotation line of Alliance. Or guests and at parting from Home of the fire swept Plant. Of the exact Date defendants aver that it was their a requested the pleasure of an Isaac Lowenstein Secretary and will arrive intention to make use of the land for it earn a conversation. Treasurer of the company is authority dumping purposes. After the dinner mrs. Hammond for Tbs statement. I he Cleveland Alliance amp Mahon her husband and the cd it e other directors Are Charles see ing Valley company is a $2 000.000 i want to b�1 Given by the Duch Mann William Rommel Louis ass of Kilt nor Luth it sit u up veh virtual t r a i he will be notified when the inspector women a $3 velvet pumps Sale Price. Women a $3 strap pumps Sale Price. $2 $2 another lot women a $2.50 b Ather oxfords i cd c Sale Price. /. It q worn. N s $3 Patent strap Panu a Sale Price. Women s $3.50 Patent two strap pumps Sale Price. Child corporation now building an electric line from Alliance to Cleveland a distance of 55 Miles. Attorneys Webber and Turner represent the a. A. Amp V. And sex judge Carey Mullen of Salem and Mccarty of Canton represent the Pennsylvania company. A number of District officials of the Pennsylvania company testified in the hearing. The jury late is dead old child of or women a a Temps Price. $2.50 Sale gun mete i strap 1.95 and the two weeks Ess of Sutherland at Stafford House. 11 Irsch Heimur and Isaac Lowenstein mrs. Raymond Wagner ill North Wor hts knee breeches silk stockings of Canton and Hiram doll i. X. Mill Street died monday of Bronchi Aragon. J Marburger and Benjamin Lowell tis. The funeral took place tuesday the style of Catherine of the Duchess of Argyll an old Friend Stein company a a the Hammonds took them in investigation has shown that the and attorney i charge at the bal1 and a t that they Osh it by lire it is More than at first is were generally introduced. Tim ate. It will reach fully $80,000 the King and Queen this afternoon according to a statement of one of received visiting foreign envoys with the directors. About one fourth of imperials ate at Buckingham Palace this is covered by insurance. Through a Long Lane of armed men in Brilliant uniform rolled the magnify Mcdon i a Vii i f Mcdonaldsville afternoon and interment was made in it. Pleasant cemetery rear North Lawrence. Women s $2.50 Ford Sale Price. Gun Meta of 1.95 aged woman dead one lot women s leather oxfords Sale Price. 50 Patent $2 menus $2.5o Patent Fords Sale Price menus $2.50 Tan oxfords Sale Price menus $2.50 gun Metal oxfords Stile Price. Men s $3.50 gun Metal oxfords Sale Price. Men s $4.00 Tan oxfords Sale Price. A tuesday awarded the Pennsylvania company $115 for Sis la the land appropriate and $75 damage continued from Page i. Given up All their denizens who held preen 0 a if Quot Pinion on the poin,8 of van1 in to k and Green 9-hour workday for women. A orig the roadways which they had the Public utilities Law has also taken under cover of Tho night been referred to Hogan by the rail Many Camp to View the spectacle Way commission for an opinion As to but that majority were there frankly How Money can be appropriated for to beg. As the carriages rolled this commission. Tho Law provides alone their whining How Tho Money May be raised but filled the air. Man mrs. Susan Berg 72, died monday afternoon at her Home in West main Street. A complication of diseases caused death. Mrs. Berg a born behind the Long line of soldiers Mcdonaldsville. 0-, june 20.�?mrs, j in Bavaria Germany in 1839 and came pressing against their backs and Gas j Susie Hen Hart. And sister of Myersdale to America 20 years later. A busing open mouthed at the wonderfully i Are visiting Tho Braucher tam a band Michael two sons and five picturesque spectacle presented were by. Thousands of the poorest of England a c. Shrelnes has bought a lot in citizenship. The lanes and by Way new Berlin and is building a House of the great City seemed to have preparatory to moving there with his family. Daughters survive. Reliable 137 East shoe store fifth Street import unities., a a a any gave freely does not make any appropriation of towing coins Over the Heads of guardsmen to the beg rimmed a another Bill which will be referred j pealing hands outstretched toward to the attorney general and have to run the Gauntlet of the courts is Tho workmen s compensation act under which a state insurance fund is created for the Benefit of injured workmen and their families. Employers liability insurance Cor Gars off the Street. John h. Gross and family Curt Buchtel and family attended the German Baptist Loe feast at the Baptist Church Northeast of new Berlin saturday evening. Or. D. L. Braucher and daughter miss Alma visited or. And mrs. Lich ten Walter. And mrs. Lichtenwalte and or. Brancher is 250 years. Or. Lichtenwalte is 87. Mrs. Lichtenwalte 85, and some sat Bolt upright in their or. Braucher 78. Or. Albright and mrs. Albright attended the Braucher reunion at Springfield Lake last wednesday. Or. And or. Frank Brancher left for their Homo in Minneapolis saturday evening. Or. I. L. Braucher of Lincoln is fee years Noia efts vacation thirty five years of constant work has earned for William Baumgartner 67, superintendent of the mines of the the combined Ages of or. Massillon goal mining company his care i work slowly to May i them. Equipage paying no attention to the appeals or the a Owers of vituperation that marked their failure to distribute largess As wag expected. Early in the Day a detachment of police was sent Forth to drive the beg they were so first vacation. Baumgartner a Reisig nation took effect tuesday and he will take a two months rest before considering plans for the future. A it seemed strange not to get up and go to work today a said Baumgartner. A i feel lost but i guess i will overcome that easily. Baumgartner worked for the Massillon Coal mining company to years. Previous to that be was employed by Chicago Crain. By United press. Chicago june 20�?the wheat Corn and oat pits were in commotion today. Reports of absolutely dry spells and continued hot weather a a j through the Cereal Belt w Ero seized a a ,.daughter upon by the bulls for a raid through Canton visitors monday j the Market and Juli miss Lovilia Snyder of Canton vis nearly two cell Var ii t to Quot hid Lier sister mrs. Abram Knoll. Cloine High a w Smith i Hong prices while Corn and Oats Lou is i Lee Ojune 20. Rev. J. A. Grim spent monday in town with friends. Mrs. Lei la alter of Pittsburg is spending a few Days Here with relatives. Mrs. Jennie Choller Lottie were and spending to vacate i a t he horns of so?re<1, it a her touching the to deaths and funerals. Portions of the East Are said to be numerous however and so tightly m., who was Here attending the i the Mullins Coal company of Wooster Back of a movement to Knock out wedged at All of the Points past which 1 Brancher reunion last wednesday this new Law on the grounds that it the visiting envoys of the wealthy left for Chicago 111 saturday morn is unconstitutional. Arguments Bas sight seers were compelled to drive ing to visit a son for a few Days de upon the recent decision of new that the police were powerless to in-1 John Rudy and wife and baby vis 5 01k courts which held the new Tefere. It was rea4ized that the beg ted or and mrs i la Braucher York workmen a compensation aet Gars were ready to fight for their sunday a was an unmerited and unwarranted right to demand alms and the author Brancher reunion. Exercise of the police Power of the cities Are not anxious to mar the pres a annual reunion of Jacob and state and a violation of the constituent spectacle with bloodshed. A David Brancher families a held at Tiona property right in that it de it was anally decided to de.,All to s rinks Lake Afak on wed Privet employers of their property lice to watch the beggars and restrain Neslav Lune 14 with a cond at without due process of Law will be them from offering violence to those Tendance or. In l. Brancher Ana taken to Louisville used. Charges fraud files suit to i Iii. R a ? . A daughter Alma of Lincoln 111., or. The problem of handling the traffic 1 an in. Frank Braucher of Minne was far beyond the police today. The Apolis. Minn., or. And mrs. William streets were flied with sight seers Braucher of Rockwood. Pa., mrs. Who interfered with vehicular Traf-1 Lenhart and sister of Myersdale pa., Fie. But the police after a vain attempt i and friends from Akron. Canal Ful to a Arlve the balt k in the Side j ton it Manchester Sterling. New her i walks gave up the task in disgust Len an j Mcdonaldsville to the num and sent the vehicles along by round ber of 175 were Rosent. The fore about routes giving up the main i streets to the crowds on foot. The entire West end was a scene of confusion today and hundreds of per sons were overcome by their experiences to such an extent that they required medical Aid from Tim a Nav in renewing a to noon was spent Quaintance. At noon dinner was served which All did ample Justice. After dinner a Short business meeting was held. The old officers alleging that Myreck e. Evans mis a red Cross Booths established at the yer at of loves f a mrs. Mary Johnson about 40 years old died monday night in Tho Home of her sister mrs. Frank Chappius s29 Tappe Street. Death was caused by tuberculosis. She had made her Ion Home with her sister for the past two years. The body was taken to Louisville tuesday and funeral services will be held there in St. Louis Church thursday morning. His Mother on East main Street. Mrs. Frank weaning spent several i Days with her parents at Osnaburg. Joseph Folk made a business trip to Canton monday. Mrs. A Helm and mrs. Lewis in it zen Helser were Canton visitors monday. Harry Warstler f. W. Schilling de Metzger and Frank Munk made a Trio to Cleveland in an Auto. Joseph King was a business caller in Canton monday. Eugene Rebillot in serving on the jury in probate court. De. Gulling of Maximo was in town business monday. Al bears were it prices of the season Telly powerless opening july wheat up 1-4 september up 38. July and september Corn up 5-8. July and september Oats up 5-8. Provisions slightly higher. A lose july wheat up in september up 7-8. July Corn up 3-4 september up 7-8. July Oats up in september up 7-8. Provisions practically unchanged. Will Henning of Centerville was visitor with relatives in town. Walter Sefert of Paris was a business caller in town. Mrs. Christian hinder of Harris Burg was in town monday. Or. And mrs. George Brumbaugh of Canton spent sunday at the country Home of or. And mrs. August Coy. Funeral services for Joseph Munter i miss Lueetta Shaffer of Canton vis-sr., will be held at 8 o clock thurs red sunday at the Home of her Broth Day morning in St. Peters catholici�5. Elmer Shaffer Church with interment in West Awn mrs. J. Sisler visited friends in Minter funeral represented the value of 15 shares of i intersections of Carnahan tin Plato Stock and thus thoroughfares. Defrauded her out of $750, e. Lillia Mceldowney flied suit against him for that amount in common pleas tuesday. The plaintiff alleges that the Stock was Given in part payment for a property situated at 507 Brown Avenue Canton for which she was charged $3,800. It is alleged that the Stock was represented to her As being Worth Only $50 a share when it was Worth $100 or a total value of $1,500. President. All the principal j prank Brancher Minneapolis vice i president c. H. Wingart Barberton Cox denies profits ii convict boor neck broken for Over year. Yet is alive cemetery. The pallbearers will be h. W. Haines b. Hibshman Joseph Quinn l. N. Ensign John Bowman and M. Herbst. Clinton monday. Open High Low close wheat july. 89 91 89 90 sept. 89 9084 89 89% Corn july. 56 5674 55% 56% sept. 57 avg 58% 5 7 a 58% Oats july. 391 a 40v6 39% 40 i sept. 40v& 41 i 40% 41% pork july. 15.40 16.46 15.35 15.42 sept. .1.35 15.40 15.30 15.37 lard july. 8.20 $ of 8.20 8.20 sept. 8.35 837 8 32 8.37 ribs july 8.32 8.35 8.30 8.32 slept. 8.30 8.35 8.30 8.33 by United press. Havana june 20.�?believing that More human Bones May be hidden in the mud encrusted portions of the battleship Maine now above Tho surface in the cofferdam the officials ordered the work to proceed slowly and carefully. The Bones found yesterday were so covered with Marine growth that they were at first cast aside As pieces of Coal. It is to prevent another such mistake that the order has been issued. The water level has been lowered 15 feet and the cofferdam is holding splendidly. Up to noon today no further Bones had been Odd Fellows support indicted senator by United Presa. Sandusky it june 20.�?asserting senator Isaac Huffman of that state additional society i Secretary l. W. Braucher new Berlin. The 1912 reunion will be held at or. And mrs. J. J. Snyder a. 1 y United Presa at new Berlin on the third wednesday in june. Bary is burned Malvern o., june having lived in ignorance of it for Over a year Frank Cobb Malvern Man has discovered his neck in Cincinnati june 20�?�?oi have broken. In 1910 Cobb fell from the been a stockholder in the Ford John smokestack of the Pittsburg amp Mal son company for five years a said Vern Clay shop alighting on George b Cox. Epling to the charges his head. He w As under the care made in the american Magazine a of a physician for a few weeks but tide a and in the past two years be recovered. Company has paid no dividends. The lately he noticed his neck was statement that 1 amassed to t of my i Gore and he complained of Sharp wealth from the profits of this com pains at the base of his brain. Sat pane la therefore ridiculous. Urday he went to a Cleveland special Quot i know very Little about Tho of 1st. V to discovered the Bones in neck fairs of the Ford John son company a 1 been broken Short off and were i done to know whether Tey make knitting improperly thus causing the chairs or what they make. I orig pain. His neck was re broken and Nally got into Tho company because it. Bis head placed in a steel cast. It owed my Bank some Money. In expected he will recover. It is said Cox owns $5,000 we Orth recently Cobb was Given a Judy of the Stock of the Ford Johnson n 4>nt of $6,000 damages against the company while its total capita a Pittsburg amp Malvern Clay co. Hon is $2,000,000. Stork delays probe by United press. Washington june 20, the steel Trust investigation by the Stanley committee was held up today by tin Stork. Chairman Stanley of the committee who was yesterday presented with a bouncing baby boy declared that a the did not give a whoop about 20�?after All the trusts in the world just i Cincinnati june 20. A Myrtle Buckley two a negroes was burned to death today when Ehe was trapped in her Home follow ing an explosion of a gasoline stove. The baby was playing on the floor and when the explosion occurred her escape wan Cut off by fire her four year old sister who tried to Rescue her was overcome As were a fireman and a policeman. Toledo Grain. By United press. Toledo june 20 a a wheat Cash and july 90c september 90 j picnic at Park. 7-8c december 93 3-4c. Corny a number of the members of the Cash 58c july 58 l-4c september St. Johns modality went to Meyers 59 3-4c december 58 3-8c. Oats Lake tuesday afternoon for a picnic Cash and july 42c september 42 the afternoon was spent in social l-2e december 44 l-2c. Clover Aeed wave and attending the amusements. Cash $9.80 october december and in the evening a Basket supper and March $8.45. Alike prime will we served. $9.25 August $8.80. Timothy a August $6.00. Butter eggs and Hay sunday school picnic. 1 unchanged. Chicago live Stock. Head the want aus today see chimed to be cod a of be Moses Goike harm continued from Page one had following clause referred to Mildred ilridg0f Rome june 20, Tho Pope a the Mother of the perfect race another fainting spell monday after in radiance i have Tho mass to celebrated in Honor of a a he is ii6r6. I til �?.ot-. A a clothed her who shall hear children the feast Day of Corpus Domini. In Token of Tho fulfilment of my rallied quickly upon reaching his pro covenant with my Vale Quarter in the Vatican but the of Mildred Bridges too the state condition of heal h is Lausing a Tho is Tho grave anxiety. Members of his Bobber Ness entourage fear he May die Sodom Denly of heart trouble. In of charge see wrote spirit of motherhood and shall come the fruit age attorney Cantwell for Tho fens in an Effort to prevent publication of the a a gems warned the reporters present that Ina books were copyrighted. De the re elect officers at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Republic stamping a enamelling company in the offices in Courtland building monday t 1 t 1 us a full 171 to ii a evening the present Board of do Iii Juji 11 i Aida rectors Ami officers were reelected the annual reunion of the Fajdet a or the ensuing year and other mat family and descendants will be held term pertaining to the company a wed thursday june 22, on the Peter Clair fart were taken under consideration. Farm about a mile and a half North of 1 nothing was Given out for Publica int Ivule. Between 50 and 75 per ton tons will be present from Canton conveyances Quot ill meet the to and la of clock cars a Louisville to carry use news Democrat classified Ade ,. A Hose attending to the scene. A so words 3 Days. 23c t Days 50c, Lakeside country club saturday att euro of and evening. Nearly 400 members of the sunday school of the first Christian Church attended the picnic Given by by United pres. The school tuesday in Nim Isila Chicago 111, june 20 hogs Park. The Day was spent with receipts 15,000 Market steady. Mix games of various kinds and at noon Fol $�.00�6.40 heavy. $6.0616.35 a picnic dinner was nerved in the rough a $6 90<8>605 Light $6.00<8>6.40 Pavilion. Pigs $5.65$ 6.20. The bears and other animals cattle receipt 2,Roo Market which escaped the fire that destroy steady. Beeves $4,906.50 cows amp of the animal House some months heifers $2.50$5.90 stockers amp feed ago proved a great attraction to the ors $3.65$ 5.00 texan $4 55< t5.85 in guilty of the Senate bribery charges leading delegates to the Odd Fellows grand bulge meeting which. Opened Here today say they will Tol it rate no attempt to remove him from office in the grand Lodge. Huffman in grand master of the grand Lodge and Ante con venation assertions were to the effect that an Effort would be made to oust him. Senator Huffman today made the response to the address of Welcome to the City. One thousand Odd Fellows attended the first session. Hamilton is in the Lead for Tho next convention with Dayton and Springfield also after the Honor. Fire destroys town by United press. Bakersfield cal., june 20�? i the town of Maricopa in the Oil Fields 50 mile West of Here w As completely wiped out by tire Early today according to advices received at noon. Volunteer fire Captain Fred Ball is reported killed and Many it Jared. $200,00 t. The los Ftp will be younger children and the older mein calves $6,107/8.60 hers of the party spent the quietly under the big Trees. Day step receipts 15,000 Marker steady. Native $2.50$ 4.35 West in. 1 Richard. Foreigners arrested. George san has a foreigner was arrest a monday by Constable s. W. To give japanese Tea. I Tho members of the Talitha cum i class of the Dueber Avenue methodist Church met in the Home of mrs. Esta Bartlet 2816 West third Street and made arrangements for Tho japanese $2.75$ 4 35 lambs native. 6.50 Western $4.25$6 60. $ 4.00 $ Pittsburg i ave Stock. Pittsburg june 20.�?cattle, receipts fair Market slow. Choice $6.50 6,60 prime $0 20$ 6.30 common Tea which will be Given on the Lawn $5.00�5.65 veal $7.50$rto. Of the Reres Aler Home 402 Dueber Avenue wednesday evening of this week. The girls of the class will be in japanese costume and a color scheme of Pink and White will be employed sheep and lambs receipts fair Market slow. Prime Wethers $3.60$ 3 75 Good mixed $3.25$ 3.50 fair mixed $2.50$3.00 lambs $2.00$5.00 Spring lambs $7.50$8.00. Hogs receipts to doubles Market before Justice Blake tuesday morning he was fined $2 and costs. The charge against the Man was threatening to kill one of his coun Trumen gust chinos. Meyers like Park theatre vaudeville Matin 2 it to Dally evening s 15 seats on it Tho a Anton catering co. I Lithe decorations. Be inked Torchee steady. Prime heavy $6.40$6 45 med tra will play throughout the evening Gin Hull employees accept Challenge Luma $6 50$ 6.55 heavy yorkers $6.50 $6.55 Light yorkers $6.50$6 55 pigs $6.25$ 6.30 roughs $5.00$5.60 Stags $4.25$ 4 75. Week stars nil sunday matinee june 18th Ben g Peet who Heads the cast of shakespearean players which will appear at Captain Warren Barr of the City i Hall baseball team issued a statement tuesday to the effect that the players in the nity building will a copt the Challenge issued monday by employees in the court House and efforts Are being made to arrange a i game Between Tho two teams for i saturday afternoon of possible the game will be played on the Diamond a at. League Park. In the City building Are a number of old Lime lights of the Diamond were famous lights of the Diamond in their Day and a number of younger players will add a peed to the j team. If the game can be arranged both teams will go out prepared to fight to the last ditch and rooters will accompany them. Employees of neither of the Public buildings work on victim of shooting Tobe another Mammoth program of Nishii gushed feat ares special and ment of engage Madam Adelaide Herrmann the funeral of Clara Maili the to year old girl who a accidentally shot and killed sunday night by her brother Samuel will take place thursday morning according to word received from Maximo near where the shooting took place. The brother who was the cause of his Slater s death has Ihmi nearly prostrated with grief Ever Ainee the Accident occurred but tuesday showed improvement. Monday it was reported that he threatened to kill himself but tuesday his mind is Clearing. As Quot Tav it Tili a lilt Milnor of mysteries an Lier Tampany. Introducing her latest Art i creates illusions a a a w a i i Greet from parts Chicago Stephen j. Oor Bolchalk asks the court to name him Weber Frank Kew Ood Cupp wants to become Frank Elwood and Adolph Horvitz i saturday afternoon and for that Rea picks Van tee Lear As much More har i open air concert every sunday from i son that Date has been suggested. I onious. Speck ii a r in. The popular song writer Kett, Mauk the. Superstitious Man Alta a iria Exira added feature Cicrich a of so re la Ida for imply hinging and Lancing act womb of to i i tra feature Muad and Lier dug a a Spain kit the met Kadi thu a big Novelly Vass Ai Davis gingers and lancers i to a

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