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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 24, 1907, Canton, Ohio Weekly edition. Weekly edition. Vol. 74. No. 41. Canton Ohio. Fhi Day May 24. 1107 one Dollar per year Boot Between representatives n. T. Local weather report. And City officials held last night. Temperature yesterday. Maximum .65 minimum. At 6 i rn.57 the Center the Cool weave area Canton boy under arrest Chesapeake Bay. Heavy frosts resulted from the cold under its Northern Quarter. Following the Northern portion the wave the depression Over the Rocky Mountain states remained nearly stationary. While the northeastern Border pushed rapidly to the Northeast causing heavy Rains Over the upper luge regions Minnesota and the Dakotas. The shifting the wind from Southwest to Northeast indicated the j pressure the Eastern limit the depression in Ohio. Unsettled Wea Klier will Likely continue today and tomorrow. Showers Aud warmer today. In Detroit for theft. A bold increased service Over the n. T. Lines will be inaugurated saturday. C in u Dun to it saturday the n I Pally will operate cats the a schedule Between Fenton in every Satui Lay and Sun Nan and Day i Wil and Detroit mich., May 22.�?had Rob Ert Wynn a boy aged seventeen whose Mother lives in Canton been before a tribunal in the Middle Ages hts life would have been forfeited. As he stood before judge Phelan in the recorders court wednesday the very Gravity his offence awakened sympathy for the lad. He entered the Catholic Church at Ecorse desecrated it attempted to break open j the Sanctum Sanctorum Ana got away with fifty cents which he found in the Sacristy. A it was cold Quot said the let prisoner who had just been convicted big Lary a and i went into the Church to get w Arm there was nobody there William j. Long today gave and i walked Way up to the front and to Prest tried to open the big Iron Safe but and Tun Iii a presidents nose metaphorically twisted by writer he criticized. Calls him cowardly Conn. May the question company a sprinkling tracks Dis cussed will inspect the pity lines. La a meeting Between general tanager Currie the n. 0. T. Aud i company attorney Welty the mayor solicitor Engineer superintendent streets the Railroad committee and the Board Public service in the Board room wednesday Avenir the deep and puzzling question a Why is an ordinance an ordinance a was hashed thrashed and rehashed for about two hours. With the exception that both sides seemed to stand a Little firmer for their rights rather desires no particular Progress bad been made. The principal reason for which the meeting waft called was to discuss the ordinance providing that the Street railway company Sprinkle their tracks through the City and discuss it they did. In conclusion the servers instructed attorney Welty to submit a sprinkling proposition to the City within five Days the matter would be put to a test in the courts. Believing that manager Currie is not fully conversant with conditions Here the mayor secured his consent to come to Canton next monday when the entire party will take him Over the City lines to give Hun a better introduction to local property under his control in the Hope appealing to his sympathy to such an extent that . Currie will find some Means alleviating the conditions. Immediately after president Buch Man called the meeting to order. Or. I Welly asked what the City proposed to have them do the sprinkling proposition. A we intend to have you live up to the ordinances a answered Ruch Man. The solicitor then read the ordinance which is merely a redraft the state Law providing that they Are empowered to have the company Sprinkle their rights Way All streets and alleys in the City. It also provides that in Case they do not cof holy the City can do the work contract for it and certify the Cost to the county auditor to be paid by the railway company with other taxes. The right Way was construed to mean Between the rails and the Devil strip Between double tracks. A unfortunately a said Currie a we have very few Devil strips in a i think unfortunately is hardly the word a said the mayor a was you had several opportunities to double track and did no to take a the City does not Sprinkle the Street there a said Welly. A Why is it thut you want us to Sprinkle if it is a Good thing for us it i for the people and they should be assessed according to their frontage. Then again How about automobiles As the ears run Iron All the dust arises from the suction alone while tile autos run in the dirt and raise More a that May possibly be the Case Quot said superintendent Harbert a but Here is the Point when the machines leave the dirt the dust stops while i can demonstrate to you that your cars carry dust and dirt from Harrison Avenue Down As far As the Bridge a Well Tuscarawas Street beyond the paying is in bad condition Quot said Welty a and we have paid several damage suits because people said they were forced to drive our right Way owing to the condition the Side a i would like a dust throwing exhibition a said Buchman a Between your cars and a a in Duke to accommodate you a answered Welty a but the mayor wont let us run fast a Are you Here to talk Compromise a asked Day. Day then asked How a proposition that they Sprinkle All tracks not washed by the City would Appeal to him. A Well i think the City and company will both have to plead guilty to negligence this proposition a said Welty. As soon As the sprinkling was settled the question a by a so extensions _ and double tracks was taken up. I matter anally became personal be it was agreed that the whole party Between Bratten and Joseph Bui Chaut said he was hungry and wanted Money to Purchase food. R half hour car these Days \ the Call to u squad est less an the n until s is to the. A a also saturday and Sun a get an additional car will leu Square at la Quot a clock. I he last in lot Canton from Abt in these Days will leave at to to and la the limited cars will leave just i i r. N lies later every Day than at i. In the. First one leaving at s then 12 35 and i 35 the tripper be two i Canton Aud Massillon will i a a. Led but spec a1 theatre cars will be operated front the l Ike. Dutch novelist its Tod Home religion gone woman grew despondent and decided to die. Middleton n y. May 2? because i she had renounced her religion and til1 fact so preyed upon Lier mind that she could talk nothing else. Mrs Nancy j Kirk. The wife a prominent Farmer near fair Oaks tied a heavy weight around her neck this no Ming and wading out into the mid lie a shallow Pond Laid Down and was drowned in about two feet if water. L assaulted in Field and murdered. Of a Lii Baker s dozen prisoners escape from to Ledo workhouse armed posse in Pursuit Battle is feared when they meet. Evidence a heinous crime found by Farmer Way to Market girl was stabbed twice Throat bruised. Stamford Rev. Or out an interview Iii reply Dent Roosevelt s criticism his a nature books a published in a june Magazine. Or. Long says be respects the presidential office Aud could have no controversy with the president but in this instance a a Man named Roosevelt has gone out his to attack him Aud his books. Or. Long declares that . Roosevelt a article depending for publication upon its Merit would not find a place in any Magazine. Or. Long says a the title this article is a Roosevelt the nature the first thing i notice is thai it itself is a fake. Or. Roosevelt has frequently declared in his endless personal squabbles that the president would not enter into a personal con Versy. In the present Case this alleged interview is one the transparent modes ties behind which he conceals his colossal vanity. Or. Roosevelt arranged this interview and aft i am informed by the Magazine revised the proofs from the gloss personal flattery at the beginning to the unfounded charge at the end. In concealing himself behind an alleged interview his article seems to me not Only venomous but a Little cowardly a just As when he hides behind a tree and kills three Bull elks in succession i leaving the carcasses to rot in the i . Long then takes up and replies to several Mir. Roosevelt a criticisms Aud closes thus a emr. Roosevelt is not a naturalist but a game killer. Of the real spirit animal life their habits As Dis covered by quiet watching with no desire to kill he knows nothing and never will learn until he goes into the Woods leaving his pack dogs his Rifle his prejudice and his present disposition behind him some . Long a Best known nature works Are a Northern trails a a wilderness ways a a school the Woods a a Little brother to the Bear a a beasts the Field and fowls the air a and a Brier Patch f could not. I looked around in a Little Side room the cup Board i found the pocketbook with the Money. I was hungry and i used part the Money to get something to East and the rest i spent to my care fare to he had been in Detroit before. Wandering about the streets a Youthful tramp he fell into the temptation an open window a residence entered the place and stole several articles including a baby s savings Bank. That the lad was unfortunate even in his thieving was evident for several Days after this last robbery he was attacked by a dog that threw him to the sidewalk bruising his face and fractured his knee Cap. He new York May 22. A a Maarten Maui the dutch novelist was one i Ilie passengers sailing today the in aril liner Armenia. The Thor who was registered under to it i n Vanden Poorten sell wart came Here recently As a Delegate to the peace conference and was return in to i Home by Way London. Ile had a few words to say about his Heil t in the conferences Good work Ami his favourable impression am e 1 Etui and american hospitality somebody asked him about our poets. Ami Iii ambassador Bryce lie deviated we had no poets now adding that the remark applied to England As Well As America. Kipling a suggested one faintly. I mawr tens smiled grimly and rein a Ken a Kipling showed Sparks Genius which were quickly Valet caught Toledo. Omay 22.�?choking their guard into insensibility by concert i attack 13 Toledo workhouse prisoners employed in a Brick Macelue today escaped from Tho Brickyard five recaptured. A Battle t feared when the others Are overtaken but the armed posse pursuing them a whole Sale Delly my was Only prevented by the cowing the other i >0 men in the Brickyard at the Point rifles in the guards hands momentarily stupefied by the Over pow ring the i fellow guard trempt the other guards recovered in time to balk the and vane their charges tin ugly a great Bole Iii the High plunk Fence torn by the 13. The alarm was sounded in a in j it. Meet and armed guards soon were scouring to country Side \ party mounted motor cycles overtook two tilt escaped prisoners in line Junction late this afternoon. The Cap muted men were lottery and a Aldo ii Hie latter the originator i 1�?T p an escape the other men Elsh. Carroll and Carter were captured by the same party in a nearby Village and the five were returned to the wet House. Tonight armed pus workhouse guards Toledo police sheriff s deputies and marshals nearby towns Are pursuing the Otho eight. Paris. May 22. George Collins Allan Bevington who was brought to Fiance from new York under arrest had some the stolen articles wet he by Sidney Smith whose Valet he Lor him when lie wus injured but Man a moly was was taken to a police i Maged to throw them away when he ton Bis arrival Bere. He Appeal waft Hurt. When charitable citizens de m court this afternoon Tor Dentt Seni him to a Hospital others found1 Headon Aud was then locked up in the Toleu goods and turned them the Sente prison Peno eights two cent fare Law Calls it unconstitutional. New York May 22 while Joe in Gol a Farmer Winfield l. I was j i in inn Down a Road Post Tho old site farm at Elmhurst shortly after two clock this afternoon he saw what lie thought to he a bundle newspapers lying in tile Middle the dry w. Is about 2ti� Yards from the Road lieu tin Armet went olt r to the bund to investigate lie found the univ vue Ila Chai lot to , a i \ a Ai i girl lying in e downward in the for gotten furrows there w re two wounds in t behind bet right ear Aud beneath her body Lay a Dull bladed Kitchen knife. Kneel Ami a farmhand who was t iding will him had seen Tho in the Field dig a dandelion an hour before. That was while they were hauling a Load to Engel s cab bar a farm about a Quarter a mile Bey Ltd Tho return trip they had my Sod Iii girl and when they made ill a third trip along Baxter Avenue thy saw a Man running through Engel s cabbages. Eng a i hailed him. But to did not Stop and the Hist six him he was making his Way northward to it a Ard a neck Woods beyond. I to men hurried to the police station til Elmhurst and told their find Lime found the Dight body an undersized girl Bent Over in a kneeling position with the filet. Burled in Tho Earth ii if it had be n pushed there by a blow the Back the head. The Gill s clothing was torn and i a about her neck the is it fingers had been pre Throat. Blood from the Over to the police. As soon As lie waft Able he was transferred to the police station and was placed trial wednesday. He made no attempt to conceal his guilt offer any excuses. He broke Down and cried when he mentioned Bis Mother Ami begged that his Fate he kept from her. Mrs. Wynn the woman supposed to be the Mother the Loy could not be found in the City last evening. Odd Fellows the magistrate Iii charge the Case is a Holiday and will not i turn before monday. Collins indications the place where he concealed the Money and valuables he stole from . Smith Are very Vagit once he said that it was hear me Olympia musical Hall and again that it was not far from the St. Lazar station. The two places Are a considerable distance apart. The police however have commenced to search for the missing property. Feud a sth1ke were Marks led lir two deep philos town is held up to Force franchise Salem 0., May 22.�?As the result a franchise fight Between the City and the Salem water works the City has been without water Supply and fire Protection since 7 p. In. Tuesday. The company presented a franchise to the Council saying water would not be supplied until the question wan settled. Council instituted Legal proceedings wednesday to Force toe company to Supply water. Discuss policy making intoxication reason for expulsion from order. Steubenville o., May 22. I terse discussion prevailed in the Odd fellow a grand Lodge sessions today Over an amendment making first time intoxication an offence against the order and a second offence cause for expulsion. The amendment was lost by two votes. E. W. Kite Urbana and l. E. Dodd Zanesville were elected As grand trustees. The president the Rebe Fth Assembly was voted Power to Institute Rebekah lodges. A platform meeting was Beld tonight in which the speakers were i. M. Jordan grand master a. C. Cable past grand sire c w. Blodgett grand chaplain and de. 0 peels grand representative. Philadelphia May 22. The Pennsyl Van la Railroad today began its fight against tin two cont Faro Law recently i passed by the legislature John j a Johnson for the Railroad filed a Bill a in equity against the comity Phil Adelphia asking the common pies1 i court to enjoin the defendant from Dot i mantling penalties for violations the j act april fat. 1907. Tho new Law provides that Tho two i cont rate shall go into effect s Tober i. In the Hill it is Sot out that j if the act is enforced it will sub Stan Dally Alt the Charters several railroads and will so reduce their revenues As to Render passenger bind Ness non compensatory and do great injustice to tile stockholders. The Bill further says that the. Revenues Tho Pennsylvania company will be reduced new York May 22. The executive about look too a year. In conclusion committee the new York Branch it the Bill declares Tho act to be Union the commercial Teleg Raphers i Nion Stith tonal. _ America held a prolonged meeting j tonight. When the meeting was Over j it was announced that the new York Branch Lead voted in favor to Carusos big salary strike against company. The Western Union masonic degrees London May 23 in an interview with a representative tin Tribune Enrico Caruso confirmed Bis state men that director Cofoid tie metropolitan opera House has entered into a contract with him fro four years at a yearly salary $200,000, in to be at Cornel do a disposal for Nim months each year. Wounds beneath tin right ear had drenched her body to the Waist when Tho police found the body there were evidences thai the girl ii and been waylaid in the lonely Field and assaulted. Fires in Stark county the report stat fir marshal. I. S Creamer jus issued shows that there were 78 Flroes in the county during tin past year. Of thew two were incendiary origin the incendiary loss during the year is stated to be $220 tin value the buildings and contents threatened destroyed waft $741,662 damage to properly $61,917 total insurance $342,812., Detroit merchant Dies new York May 22 Joseph j Gummier formerly a merchant tailor Detroit. Died yesterday at his borne at 272 Manhattan Avenue . Gummier bus been 111 for Sver Al weeks with pneumonia lie was 77 years old struck by train. Wilkes Barre pa., May 22.�?frank James Dupont wan struck by a Wilkes Barre and Eastern train near Pittston last night and hurled with such Force against Frank Hale Pittston who barely escaped but ing struck by the train that Hal waft More severely injured than James. To be conflated at the Temple this afternoon. There will be a hp4gt& meeting Mystic Council princes Jerusalem and Brenton chapter Rose Croix in the masonic Temple this afternoon at which time the degree from the. 15th to the 18th will be conferred. A larg class win receive the degrees Aud a full attendance the members is expected. I the meeting is called for i clock Cluj Fonow that Summ r noon will be and the work is scheduled to Start and j Are making an aug in promptly at 1 50. Walter d. Of f0r their annual blk. To the Woods a. Is the commanding officer the mys Cor Jingle. Tic Council. Princes Jerusalem a Kagle club making plans for tall Timber Cool ing breezes and Trout streams. Although Spring does not seem to inhere yet members tie Eagle Outing Anfonso to the farm. Madrid May 22.�?king Alfonso is about to Start cattle raising a big scale. He is negotiating for the Pur Chase an Island situated in the Beautiful Bays Northern Spain which he proposes to build a sum Mer residence and Lay out a farm. Go Over All the City lines with manager Currie next monday and toe matter rests there. A. J. Douds a 8on, dentists Tel. 237. Cuss who at Louisville results in broken leg for one the boys. Louisville o., May 22.-As the result a class fight Between juniors and seniors the High school hero tonight Wayne Bratten has a broken Canton shoe mfg. Amp repair co. Is prepared to do All kinds Light wort id leather 16th degree and a. It. Turnbull Rose Croix. 17th degree. Re the Arcade 0 bar and cafe Iff Lea is now . Busine Mia s lunch from la a. It. To fess p. Is. 104 e. Tut. Lt.ffe.bi6ss,t3u and the latter pushed Bratten Down a Long flight step. Bratten # leg was broken in three place by the All. Harris at Massillon. Massillon. O., May 22.�?governor Andrew l. Harris arrived in this City wednesday morning accompanied by the members the state Board charities. After taking luncheon a Raj Dreyman. Lie with other members the Board charities inspected the state Hospital. Up to Date machinery such As no other House in this Section has enables them to do better and neater work than you can get elsewhere work called for and delivered. Phones Stark 764 Bell 807 Royalty getting thick. I Guidon May 23. According to the i Madrid correspondent tin Tele no Diril up a a pc cake hot it relation Between the Span 0 been in Fenuto ral to 3h and British Royal family an be coning closer daily and it is intend san Francisco May 22.�?i in even it j make the future tin two coun ing bulletin today prints a four col tries one perfect and intimate Uinn signed statement by Philadelphia Accord. Jack Brien in which the Quaker a heavyweight declares that nearly eve gift to Amherst Ery fight in which he was engaged new York May 22 i in will l l was a fake. Of Brien contends that Ward w. Currier Amherst 55, who having adopted pugilist As a prof died at i Home 28 West y it Vaion and being far More scientific than tenth Street april 2, was filed Foi j most his opponents the Only Way probate today. It leaves his residuary he could get matches a by offering estate valued at Between $100, am to Frame them up thus permitting $500,000 to Amherst College. His opponents to clean up liberally in betting pleaded not guilty. M Diu no new York. May 22.�?john in Liege Murphy fought Well. Man. President the metropolitan Philadelphia. May 22-after narrow life insurance company went bebop by escaping a knockout Iii the second Justice Greenbaur. O t e s p in round Tommy Murphy the Harlem a court today and pleading no Gully verite gave a great exhibition j to ten indictments returned against Pluck endurance and fighting ability him for perjury and forgery. In the six round affair with Johnny a summer the English lightweight to i to orc is one thing a want to up night at the National athletic club. Uppermost in your mind Are Thoi and at tile finish tire sixth round roughly prepared to tit your eyes with Murphy was entitled to a Shade the i Glas sos. Walter h bitter the milling. K court House. Alumni to meet the alumni Tho commercial course it i the i ugly school will Iii t in be superintendent Odic at 7 Friday evening to elect officers for the ensuing year and to arrange Tor to coming banquet which in All probability will be a larger and grander Success i ban the one Beld last Yar. E Schwarz. Pres. Picture by Courtney the picture members the Panton Polit department seen the Flat Page yesterdays Issue a taken by Courtney. The news now gives credit the Barnett has added forty new Large room new furniture steam heat electric Light Baths Telephone hot and a a id running water in each room. Rooms $1 to si.50 per Day. Fignole rooms. $3.50 per wee. Double f is with Bath $5 co per week. Double opposite to olt Over the difficulty u so our lumber our lumber is a Good a can be bought Aid Wear ready to serve you. Mill in connection. The Canton lumber co. L. L. I. 601 e. North Street

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