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. A NEW THEATRE
John Brobst Is the Promoter of a New
Vaudeville House The Site
Canton Is to have a new theatre
which will he ready for occupancy
about the drat of. May of the present
year. The principal ptomoter of the
now playhouse Is John Brobst? Mr.
Brobst has purchased the Snyder
property extending from Tuscarawas
Btreet to Fifth street near Piedmont,
which Is the site chosen for the the
atre. The enttauce will be on Tus
carawas street Mr. Brobst has al
ready leased the theatre and ft will
be Included in what is Known as the
Sen Meirey circuit of eight theaties.
When completed the new theatre will
bo one of the finest vaudeville nouses
In the state outside of the latger cities.
The scheme will be met by hearty
4 pproval. ft is believed, by the play
going public, as Canton is new some
what behind other cities as regards
a playhouse such as the new one
promises to be.
Retained by Government to Prosecute
New York Feb. 13. J. C. Mcttey
nolds, formeily U. S. assistant attor
ney general, who lesigned on the first
of the year and came to New York to
practice law, has been retained by the
government to take especial charge of
the proceedings under the federal anti
trust laws against the tobacco combine
and other matters of Importance In
New York city. He has for this pur
pose retired from the firm of Cravath,
Henderson and Degersderff which ho
joined last January Henry W Taft,
brother of the secietary of war, who
FOOD THAT NOURISHES
"THERE'S A REASON."
has horotoforo represented tho govern
ment In tobacco cases, found It necos
sary to retlro from the- legislation
owing to press of other affairs.
ONEKNJjlD; THREE- --
MEN BADLY HURT
New York, Feb. 13. One man was
killed and throe others dangerously in
jured when they fell 55 feet fiom a
scaffold In the New York public li
The dead: Thomas O'Keefe, tin
smith, aged 10.
The men had been at woik on the
scnffjld when the plank cracked and
they fell to a stone floor below.
Washington, Feb. 13. The adminis
tration's bill providing for the estab
lishment of an agricultural bairk In
the Philippines was called up by Mr.
Lodge In the senate late this after
noon. When Mr. McCreary, (Ky.),
offeied the Philippine tariff bill as an
amendment Mr. Lodge expressed a de
sire that i the bank bill be withdrawn
Objection was made and Senator
Lodge did not Insist. Senator Mc
Cieaiy discussed his amendment and
Lodge then moved that that amend
ment be laid on the table. A vote will
probably bo taken on that motion on
TWO WEN KILLED
Mlddletown, N. Y Feb. 13. The
engineer and firemen of an Ontario
and Western passenger truin were
killed by the explosion of their en
gine near Luzon, N. Y. A similar
number of passengers were injured
by the sudden stopping of the train.
When the accident occurred the tialn
was running at a speed of 40 miles
Killed the Lone Saloon.
Special to Mornlns News.
Millersburg, O., Feb. 13. The Am
Ish people over in Walnut Creek
township succeeded by 20 majority In
driving out the one lone saloon in
a local option election but they have
a distillery there yet, under the wing
of the government.
Distilled from tho richest Malted
Barley Chase's Barley Malt Whisky Is
full of nutriment, mild and excellent
and absolutely pure.
Wm. Marshal, sole agent for Canton.
Made Upon House of Commons Po-
llco Used Fists, But Women
London, Feb. 14. jAfter a meeting
of suffragettes last evening a second
raid was mado on tho house of com
mons, following a similar demonstra
tion earlier in the day. The invasion
of the .pieclncts of the commons was
the most determined yet witnessed.
Tho women broke through the cordon
of police, who resisted oven to tho
use of their fists. The women used
the utmost violence, and many of
them wero seriously Injured. Those
who succeeded in getting past tho
policemen were ejected with the great
est difficulty after tho policemen had
quelled tho attack. There were 47 ar
rets mado at tonight's outbreak,
making a total of G7 during tho day.
Several of the women were taken to
hospitals suffering from painful in
juries. NEW BROOM
In Holmes County Proposes to Sweep
Away Old Caces.
Special to Morning News.
Millersburg, Feb. 13. Judge Nicho
las, of Coshocton, who went on the
bench on the 9th Inst., is holding his
first term hero and in calling the
docket tho attorneys wero given to
understand that some of the old cases
wero nearly old enough to vote an'd
something must be done with them
beside continuing them. In some tho
attornoys reported clients having ab
sconded, In some the client had died
of old ago and discouragement. Some
have been kept on the docket for ad
vertising purposes nnd it is safe to
say that in more than half the cases
there is not enough to pay the at
torney fee at stake.
The criminal business amounts to
nothing and the grand jury is call
ed at each term simply as a matter.
of form and to examine the jail,
which they find empty every time.
There aie a dozen or moie divorce
cases on the docket and some are so'
ancient that tho parties have forgot
ten them and some of them have
made up and hae raised several chil
dren since the case was commenced.
For bet results place your adver
tisements in tho Morning Nows.
Annual Sale of.T&Me and Household
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DON'T MIS IT.
It is a linen opportunity too important to. miss. Each
year during our White Sale we set aside a certain day
especially for llneps. Tpday'a sale will be even more
Important than in previous years. Prices on all grades
of table, and household linens havo advanced from 10
to 20 per cent during the past few months a3 a result
you will do well by anticipating future wants now
especially today, when our usual low prices will be still
OJo a yard 25 pieces al'
linen blcanbed orash; regular
value 8c a ynrd, linen A1
Bale price only 4
0o a jard 1,000 yards boa vy
gray crash, 18 Inches wide,
usual 8o value, linen filr
sale prlco only
8$o a yard1,000 yards all
llnen'IB-lnoh bleaohed and 18
Inch all linen gray crash,
would be splendid value at 10c
a yard, Iluen sale R1
OKc yard--500 yards or ex
tra heavy all linen bleached
crash, usual WXo quality, q3
In tho Unon site at . y
coed quality all linen crash,
fancy red border, 18 Inches
wide, regular price 15c ill
a yard, llnonsalo prlco. 3
Si rnch CO extra fluo dam
ask lunch cloths, SO Inches
square, choice patterns -regular
SI.D0 quality, In tho t nn
lluen sale at I.UU
24c a yard special purchase of 250 yards Turkey
Red table linen, extra heavy, strictly fast color; choice
of 8 different styles usual 39c
alue, lluen sale price.
per yard only . . .'. .,
24c a yard an exceptionally low price bargain In
both white and ttnbleached table linen,
ten choice patterns regular prlco
30c a yard, linen sale price only
47c a yard 30 yards extra heavy unbleached table
linen, C4 Inches wide, good desirable
styles today worth G5c a yard,
linen sale pi Ice
48c a yard good heavy quality bleached table linen,
splendid line of patterns would be
good value at 5!)c and G5c a M.$SG
yard, linen sale price . .-. Ht&
68c a yard an extra good quality silver bleached
and unbleached table linen, G8 and 72 inches wide, five
patterns, figures and plain centers
rcfmlar nrice 75c a vard. linen rf
sale price only
75c a yard 70 Inch bleached table damask; choice
of four different patterns splendid
85c quality in tho linen sale, ygg
ner yard only
Napkins to match above damask, 1,75 per dozen
89c a yard extra heavy 72 inch bleached tablo
damask. 10 new and desirable patterns,
splendid quality that sells at $1.00 , toG
per yard, linen sale price only CP 9
Rear main floor.
3 for 8Bc ICO dozen buck
towels, 17x04 Inoh size, red bor
der, usual Wo value, linen
Parico 3 for 25c
Bio rnoli120 largo size,
hemstitched buck towels,
Jtaln white and colored bor
lers, regular price 25o nj
each,llnen salo price only
85o per dozen 100 dozen nil
linen damask Napkins, 20x20
Inch slzosell In regular way
at Sl.OOpor dozen, Orr
Unon sale price l3li
1.(50 per dozen 50 dozon ex
tra heavy all linen Napkins,
22 inch size: regular prlco
J1.98, lluonsale en
price , Ou
OKn nnr)ilno hnmmprt 11.4
Bed Spreads, good weight
easily worm si.zu toaay,
iiuuu huiu priuu
SI. IS each--00 large slzo ex
tra heavy hemmed Bed
Bproads, pretty patterns, act
ual vuluo 81.00 each, In v v r
tbo linen gale at 10
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Great Slaughter of Dress Goods and Silks
9 We will this morning place on sale thousands of yards of up-to-date Dress Goods that we propose to clean up within the next three days. We own the mer-
$ chandise cheap, we are going to give our customers the benefit. Now, if you are interested, be on hand this morning and participate in the feast of bargains that we
are going to place before you.
I Dress Goods
Ula s5r) iB IH
j A Yard
W All our all wool dress goods ranging in width from
42 Inches wide to 50 Inches wide will be put on the
a counter and sold for
i 39c Y&rd
The above lot worth from 50c to $1.00 a yard.
A Don't miss this sale.
Thousands of yards of 54 Inch to 60 inch all wool
fancy and plain Dress Goods, Including Broadcloth, will
be placed on our counters at 79c a yard. All this line
of merchandise Is worth from $1.25 to $2.00 a yard.
This price Is very much cheaper than they can be
bought for Itoday from any manufacturer of Drtsss
Thousands of yards of 42 and 50 inch Black Goods
worth from $1.25 to $1.50 a yard, will be sold In this
great Dress Goods sale, for 79c a yard.
This line of Black Goods is exceptionally good value.
Any lady needing Black Goods will do well to be op
SILKS - -
We are giving the Greatest valueo that ever have'
been 6hown In a silk department Are You not Going to
be one of the buyers?
This Is the greatest collection of up-to-date Plain
Taffetas that has ever been shown in this city. Thirty
two different shades. Here are the colors:
GREENS different shadoa,
RESEDA different shades,
BROWNS different shades,
TANS different shades,
GREYS dlfforont shades,
PEARLS different shadoa,
We can show you all of these shades wjth. different
colorings in several of the above numbers. This line -of
Silks Is on our counters at 49c a yard. They are the
purest Silk and are sold today for 75c a yard.
J REMNANTS OF SILKS-Five Hundred Short Length Patterns of Silk on S&Je Thursday at Half Price
Be on Hand Early This Morning
?W. D. CALDWELL & COMPANY?