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"There was not one Rosenthal merely, but the stage seemed
full of Rosenthals." Louis C. Elson, Boston Critic.
Fan arid lis For Sale
180 A., 9 miles S. of Canton, $4750.
160 A., near Sandyvillo, $9000.
120 A., 5 miles N. W. Canton, $7600.
113 A., 5 miles S. E. Canton, $6000.
102 A., Mapleton, easy payments, $6150
72 A., 0 miles S. B. Canton, $6000.
C7 A., 4 miles N. Louisville, $4350.
80 A., near Mlddlebranch, $7000.
60 A., 5 miles N. E. Canton, $5900.
63 A., near Mlddlebranch, $4650.
40 A., 3 mis. S. E. Canton, $4600.
SG A., 5 miles S. E. Canton, $2900.
41 A., near New Berlin, $3800.
40 A., near Mapleton, $3500.
4J) A., near' New Franklin, $1250.
84 A., near Greentown, $3750.
28 A., at Mlddlebranch, $2400.
22 A., 4 miles N. W. Canton, $1550.
20 A., near New Berlin $2850.
Q A., at Osnaburg, $1500.
The above are all improved farms.
6 Rooms Lincoln Ave., $1850.
4 Room Cottage, W. Third, $950.
6 Room Cottage, Rosewood, $1250.
7 Rooms, modern, N. Clarendon, $3250.
6 Rooms, E. Lake, $1500..
6 Rooms, E. Tusoarawas, $2000.
8 Rooms, W. Tusc, modern, $3800.
6 Rooms centrally l't'd, modern, $8600.
7 Rooms Woodland, modern, $3800.
7 Rooms Shorb St, modern, $4300.
5 Rooms, Springfield Ave., $1700.
8 Rooms, W. South St., $1850.
6 Rooms, W. Lake St, modern, $3300.
6 Room Cottage, Bluff St., $1350.
6 Rooms W. Third St., $1400.
4 Room Cottage, Lincoln Ave., $1400.
6 Rooms Kentucky Ave., $3400.
7 Rooms, Marlon St., $1800.
6 Rooms, Washington Ave., $1400.
7 Rooms, Fairfield Ave., $1400.
8 Room Cottage, W. Eighth St, $700.
7 Rooms Park Ave., $2100.
A.T. EBMJ8.406 MWBUBM
1C2 acre farm located l1 miles
from Hartviile. Good house and barn.
Land under high state of cultivation.
Price $G0.00 per acre.
20 acre celery farm, 2 miles from
Hartviile. Good house and barn. Arte
sian well. Fine opportunity. Prlco
House and lots in Hartviile. First
class condition. Good barn and out
buildings. Bargain at $1750.00.
30 acre farm 1 miles from Hart
Yllle. 0 room bouse. First class barn.
All necessary outbuildings, Including
a fine chicken house. R, F. D. and
telephone. An Ideal place. Prlco
11 acre celery farm, 2 miles from
Hartviile. Well drained. Land under
fine state of cultivation. Price $2000.
Two first class residence properties,
located at good points in Tuscarawas
Co., Ohio. Will consider farm In ex
change. Celery land, Improved or unlmprov-
Jd in tracts from throe to ten acres,
'rices on application.
Hartviile Real Estate Agency,
With each rasdingr. How to tell If peo
Jerehoaet. Ladle 80s- dent $1.
II. O. Detrich, Phrenologist,
960 s. Market Street. Bell 713.
MORNINQ rjEWU ADS. BRING
BOUR & COAKLEY,
121 E. Tuscarawas St. f
Day and Night Calls B
Both Phones 600 3
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
BORROW MONEY EASY $50 for
60 week payments; $1.20 a week on
household goods, watches, etc. Col
lateral Loan Bank. Bell 600 Stark
A.-669. 209 W. Tusc. St., Fh i osont
to call U
SEE Crossley & Waterhouse for
city and county surveys, 116 S. Public
Square, Canton. Bell Phono 1412.
FOR SALE One carpet loom, fly
shuttle; good as new. Cheap. Call
on or address John Cocklin, Middle
branch, O. " 28d3
FOR SALE Have some very fine
Rhode Island Red Cockerels, which I
will sell cheap. J. L. Powell, Paris,
Stark Co., O. 28-d3
SAVE MONEY by having the Klein
& Heffelraan Co. send for your old
Furniture. They will reupholster, re
flnish, repolish and repair it It will
not cost much and will look like new.
Estimates given. Both phones, Furni
ture Dept. The Klein & Heffelman Co.
FOR SALE Just listed a 10-year-old
servlceably sound bay gelding, -weight
1300 lbs., strong; a No. 1 work horse;
price $66. 339 W. Third St., Stark
phone 1070. 28-d3
NOTICE Do not forget the live
stock and farm implement sale that
takes place Jan. 31st 1 miles east of
Howenstlne on the Waynesburg road.
See bills, "B. F. Reed, auctioneer;
Sam Smith, proprietor. 28-d3
VIOLATE civil service laws
Hillsdale, III., Editor Helps Candidate
for Rural Mall Job.
Peoria, 111., Jan. 27. James H. Mc
Cartney's desire to help a fellow
townsman has got him Into trouble
with the United States ,.clvll service
commission. McCartney is editor of
tho Hillsdale Post, and because her
wrote tie examination papers for
Frank A. Wallar, also of Hillsdale, who
was seeking an appointment as rural
mail carrier and was unable to an
swer the questions, both were arrested
and brought hero for a preliminary
hearing. After remaining in custody
for a few hours they were released on
$1000 bonds each.
Director Relnkendorft, of the Can
ton School of Music, has reserved 75
seats for his pupils for the Rosenthal
concert. .This is not only a sort of
compliment for tho success of tho
school, which has been In operation
only two -weeks, but Is Intended to be
of benefit to the pupils, who will be af
forded an' opportunity of observing
the methods of tho world's greatest
Sways Rewwpfe tfee Full Naa
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Cr aCo!d la One Day, OrJpta 2 Days " ?
Oliver May Get the Big Contract.
Other Bidders Turned Down for
Washington, Jan. 27. The official
statement issued by the canal com
mission tonight is as follows: ,
"As a result of conferences at the
White House it was today announced
by the Isthmian Canal Commission,
that in view of assurances that had
been received from Mr. Oliver and
capitalists associated with him, that
Mr. Oliver was prepared to make
good his bid to complete the construc
tion of the isthmian canal at a per
centage of six and seventy-five, hun
dredths, that an organization of con
tractors and with financial resources
in full compliance with the invitation
for bids, he will be given an opportu
nity to do so. Mr. Oliver has been
notified that within ten days he will be
required to associate with himself at
least two Independent contractors
whose skill and experience combined
with his own shall cover the entire
field of work to be performed under
the contract, and to organize a corpo
ration for the express purpose of car
rying out the proposed contract, with
a capital of five million dollars, of
which not less than one million five
hundred thousand dollars paid in in
cash, and one million five hundred
thousand dollars in the form of sol
vent subscriptions, shall be available
'for the purpose of carrying out the
contract, and of which the remaining
two million dollars may be devoted to
the purpose of procuring a bond, as
required by the contract, or of substi
tuting in lieu thereof, in whole or in
nart. and subject to the conditions of
the bonds, cash or current securities
satisfactory to the commission.
Satisfactory assurances not having
been received that the financial stand
ing of Mr. Anson P. Bangs .met the
requirements of the Invitation, by di
rection of the President he has been
rejected as a participant in the bid
filed by Messrs. Oliver and Bangs.
"The privilege has been extended
to Messrs. McArthur and Gillespie,
the only remaining bidders whose bid
has been deemed worthy of considera
tion to either withdrawing their pend
ing bid, or to allow it to abide by the
result of Mr. Oliver's efforts to make
good his bid as herein outlined, then
to be considered upon its merits. The
other bids have been rejected because
informal, and in the case of the
highest bid, exdesslve as well. The
foregoing action is taken in conform
ity with tho expressed wish of both
Mr. Oliver and tho MacArthur-Gilles-ple
syndicate that the contract should
be let without a re-bidding, and In
view of the further statements of tho
spokesmen of the MacArthur-Gillesple
company to the president that If the
commission could close the contract
with a satisfactory and responsible as
sociation of contractors at a rate as
low as that proposed by Mr. Oliver, it
should feel at liberty so far as they
were concerned, to do so."
Favor Local Option.
Chicago, Jan. 27. Protestant minis
ters in more than 100 Chicago pulpits
and In at least 2000 throughout the
state spoke today In favor of the local
option bill Introduced In the Illinois
legislature last week.
LATE ALLIANCE NEWS
Allianco, o., Jan. 27. Fire at noon
Sunday damaged tho store located at
the corner of North Webb avonuo and
Front street to the extent of perhaps
$25. The store is run by Joe Frlt2,
tho building being owned by H. W.
Barnes. The kitchen roof had ignit
ed .from a defective stovepipe. This
was the .fifth alarm received by tho
local department since January 1.
The residence of Chief of Polico P.
D. Howell, on South Haines avenue,
has been quarantined owing to two
cases of diphtheria. The afflicted ones
are Miss Howell, sister of the chief
and a child. Miss Howell has resided
in Alliance since the San Francisco
disaster of which she was a victim..
Thomas Clark, a well known resi
dent of North Benton, died at his
home in that 'village Saturday night.
William Clark, of Allianco is a son.
Tho deceased was about eighty years
of age. '-
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Painter 'will'
leave Wednesday for an extended trip
through Canada after which they will
locate In Alberta, Canada. Dr. Paint
er has practiced medicine In Alliance
for twenty-five years.
Valuable farm: 1G8 acres; about 35
acres of good timber; good improve
ments; to bo sold in parts and t$s a
whole; known as the Jacob J. Snlveiy
farm; In Perry township, Stark coun
ty, Ohio; 5 miles southwest of Canton
and 6 miles southeast of Massillon;
near Eden church; public sale Thurs
day, Feb. 7th, at 1 o'clock p. m., on
premises. For particulars call on
Ohas. Krlohbaum, Atty., Harter Bank
block; both phones S72.
Vaccination was made compulsory
in the city of Madras in 1884. Be
fore that date there were himdre'ds,
often thousands, of. deaths a year;
i now the deaths rarely exceed ten.
A pig Is usually kept Th every stablo
in Persia; it is thought its presence
is beneficial to the health of the
Of the New Crystal Park M. E. Church
Yesterday Program of Ex
ercises. The new. Crystal Park M. E. church
was impressively dedicated yesterday
afternoon, Rev. E. O. Buxton, of the
First M. E. church, being in charge
of the ceremonies. The seating ca
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CRYSTAL PARK M. E. CHURCH, DEDICATED YESTERDAY.
Following Is the program of tho
Song ,.., By Sunday School
Scripture, Psalm 84 '
Rev. M. E. Evans, Pastor Dueber
Ave. M. E. Church,
Rev. James Walls, D. D., Pastor
First M. E. Church, Mt. Union,
Anthem, "Awake, Put On Thy
Rev. E. E. Whlttaker, D. D., Pas
tor Simpson M. B. Church.
Quartette. Solo, (Selected) ....Miss Lily Smith
Rev. J. a Smith, D. D., Presid
ing Elder, Canton District.
Hymn 65C Welsh Melody
Dedication ....Dr. J. O. Smith, P. E.
Petltlon In Cornelius Case.
Attorneys Welty and Albaugh Satur
day morning filed a petition ia error
before the circuit court In the case of
James W. Cornelius, who is now under
sentence to die on April 8th for tho
murder of his wife.
News ads" give best results.
This Simple Prescription
Prevents Serious Kid
More people sucoumb each year to
some form of kidney trouble than any
other cause. The slightest form of
kidney derangement often develops
Into Briglit's kidney disease, diabetes
or dropsy. When either of these dis
eases are suspected the sufferer should
at once "seek tho best medical atten
tion possible. Consult only a good,
first-class physician, leave patent med'
iclnes alone. "
There are many of the lessor symp?
toms of kidney trouble which can uo
treated at home is stated by a well
known authority. For some of these,
such as backache, pain in the region
of the kidneys weak bladder, fre
quence, (especially at night) painful
scalding and other urinary troubles,
try the following simple home rem
edy: Fluid Extraot Dandelion one
half ounce, Compound Kargon one
ounce, Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla,
three ounces. These vegetable ingred
ients are harmless and can be obtain
ed at any good prescription pharmacy
and anyone can mix them by shaking
well in a bottle. The doso for adults
iaa toaspoonful after each meal and
again at bedtime.
There is no better general remedy
known to relieve all forms of rheuma
tism either, because it acts directly
upon the kidneys and blood, 'it cleans
the clogged up pores In the kidneys so
they can filter and strain from the
blood the poisonous uric acid and
waste matter which If not eliminated
remain in the blood, decompose and
settle about the joints and muscular
tissues, causing the untold suffering
and deformity of rheumatism.
Backache is nature's signal notify
ing the sufferer that the kidneys are
not acting properly. "Take care of
your kidneys," is now the physician's
advice to his patients.
pacity was taxed to its fullest, and
many people had to stand.
The church, which is completed, was
erected at a cost of $7000. There is
no debt on the building. The offer
ings collected yesterday, amounting
to about $160, will go towards tho
support of the church. A resolution
of, thanks' to the Crystal Park Evan
gelical church was also passed, for
kindness In offering the use of tho
church for the Sunday school, before
the completion of the new church.
Anthem, "Break Forth Into Joy...
Dedication Hymn v
Choin and Congregation
Choir David T. Owen, director.
Sopranos JJly Smith, Vera May,
Miss Elsass, Isabel Hopkins, Miss
Reese, Miss Guthrie, Elizabeth Mor
rlss, Kate Hopkins, Annie Morris,
Altos May Smith, Kato Morris,
Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Shaffer, Miss
Tenors Hugh Hopkins, Reese Hop
kins, Robert Armstrong, Olin Miller,
Thomas Reese, Harvey Fightner,
Bass John S. Jones, J. G. Smith,
W. J. Hopkins, Merl Shaffer, W. K.
Stafford, John M. Owen, Joseph Sohm.
Accompanist Bessie M. Vance.
The Right Name.
Mr. August Sherpe, the popular
overseer of the poor; at Fort Madison,
la., says; "Dr. King's New Lifo Pills
arc rightly nametf; they act more
agreeably, do mora good and make
ono feel better than any other laxa
tive." Guaranteed to euro bilious
ness and constipation. 25o at the
Durbln & Vrlght drug store. "
IN TOMBS CELL
(Continued from Page One.)
der tho rules none, of his friends or
family could visit him today so Thaw
made tho bestof things in his coll.
According to the keepers in tho prison
with whom Thaw has talked, ho "Is
very confident that he will bo frcod'
when he faces tho Jury and they hear
his side of tho case. That opinion
ho derives from the conferences with
his lawyersr-who doclare they are suro
to convince the Jury that the killing of
White was Justified.
WIFE BREAKING DOWN. '
The- Thaw family remained in closo
seclusion In their apartments in tho
Hotel Lorraine during tho day. Eve
lyn Nesblt Thaw, ana" her chum, May
McKenzie, kept to their suites In tho
front of tho hotel and made no at-
tempt to Join Mrs. Willlan) Thaw and
her doughter in their apartments, thus
emphasizing tho reports of a serious
break between wife and mother. Ev
elyn Thaw is in' a' serious way phys
ically, and It wduiif.Dbno aurprlso
were she to breaKT-dow'if, before tho
trial Is even well' unde Way. Her
nervous system is a wreclC and Bho
has taken practically 'nothing since tho
opening of the trial!" Linosf care and
worry are becoming very evident in
her features, despite the constant care
of her devoted mhld.
GRILLING IN STORE. '
She Tedllzes" that she must undergo
a terrific grilling on the witness stand,
andX according to those who should
know, she Is developing a fear of tha
sarcastic Jerome, who will bo her in
quisitor, that is rapidly becoming a
mania with her. Thaw's lawyers ap
preciate thiB also, and Clifford W.
Hnrtridge, who js nominally In charga
of the defense, Is spending consider
able time in an effort to reassure her,
and get her into a mental state that
will make her a good witness for her
DREARY DAY FORJUROrQ.
The seven jurymen who have al
ready been chosen in the case spent
a dreary day in the Broadway Central
hotel, where they are virtually prison
ers. They did not even have the ejat
isfactlon Thaw had of being able to.
read the newspapers thoroughly, as,
by direction of tho court, all referenca
to the Thaw trial was religiously cen
sored from the papers given them and,
as most of tho papers devoted nine
tenths of their news columns to Thaw,
and his crime, "in some manner, tha
mutilated papers that they were per
mitted to read were of but little satis
faction to tfiem. The trial will be ro
sumed at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing, and there are still 102 of the orlg
lnal panel from which the five addi
tional jurors ar.e to be secured. Frbra
present indications it is. believed tha
taking of testimony will bebegun .bj
Wednesday at tho latest.
.STATE'S CASE SIMPLER
The prosecution, if It follows 1U
present plans, will not waste niiic!
time, District Attorney Jerome beln
content to prove simply that Whitt -was
killed by Thaw, and that the mur
der was premeditated, and therefore,
punishable by death. He will then
rest and permit the defense to have 1U
inning, but if Thaw's attorneys try t
show that there existed a good reason
for the shooting, as they are expected
to do, Mr. Jerome has under subpoena
a small army of witnesses which h(
intends to use in rebuttal. Amonf
these are many of Stanford White's in
timates, who knew the man well, a"n
who will be expected to give evidenc
to indicate that White was not tM
man he had been pictured by the
friends of Thaw.
One feature of this murder trial it
unique in the fact that it ls not ex
pected there will be present at anj
time during its progress, any blood rel
atlves of the murdered man. His wld
ow, Mrs. White, is living with her son,"
who is a student at Harvard, in Cam
bridge, and according to stories frort
there will give a reception to a Hum
her of her son's friends Thursdaj
night of this week, despite the rati--.
that the trial of the man who killed
her husband will then be in progress
White's brother was 'expected to be
present but It Is understood now thai
Inasmuch as'the district attorney hat
told him that he will not be needed at
a -witness he will not come here slmplj
to be a spectator. The defense con.
tlnues to play its hand close and hai
not indicated in any way who It wilf
call to give evidence in Thaw's behalf, .
Many witnesses are under subpoena,
but their identity is carefully guarded
WILL NOT TESTIFY
Thaw slmself, It is asserted tonigh
will not go on the stand. None of th
men defending him consider It wise til
put him in a position where he wll( .
have to answer questions bearing upo
his career that might have tho effec(
of unfavorably influencing tho Juror&(
The defense will rehy upon his lntl
mates to tell the story that they want
tho jury to hear and will take n
chances with the defendant himself
who, by reason of his short temper
would be likely to prove an easy marl(
for the pross-examlnatlon of District
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