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SPECIAL TO THE NEVTS.
New York, April 13. Clifford W.
Hartrldge, who' sued Mrs. Mary C.
bTliaw In tho United .States circuit
pcourt to recover a balance of ?44,tM)0
". for professional services, not only
lost Jiis suit today, but found himself
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V ?Jbreatencd wUJi proceeding- for dls-
f -barment and crimihal prosecution.
1 te The jury handed In today a. sealed
i verdict Jc fevor of the defendant, so
I - that Hartrldge does not get a cent
haoTQ out of Mrs. Thaw. As soon as
-"Bie verdict, was read, 'William R. WI1-
1 'SLdAr, Hartridge's couusel.vmoved that
,t it be set asi&ej-.as contrary 4to the evi-
ia. "" denhe, The Jaiotlon "was denied and
' JUdfce Kelt had something to say
. aSJotit 4larT?ldges bill for moneys
Upald to wbmen of the Tenderloin.
"if some "til the payments charged
5n the Jj'IH sreije not made," said the
court, "there' -are rjeasjDns why an In
vestigation shouldSje made to deter
mine whether 'grounds for; a, -prosecu
tion for neriuryexlstJsthis case.
"U. all the paymenir charged in the J
m. m w . ,3. 1
ill of particulars were made, there
ar& jsonle grounds fbr an investigation
to determine "whether the offense of
obt ructing the course of justice has1
'in' any case the facts developed
ij)on Ihlstrial call for a thorough ln
1vfl4KJn to determine whether' the
plfc'inOTC has-been guilty of profes
sional misconduct calling " for the
action o the court which admitted
him to jgjictice law gfy
"I thensf pre -direct ttatf thle"pftrs
and exhioks in this case be impotwd-
ed and left with the cterK andfcal
tiier se submitted to the dlstrictTat-
sr iornev ior onswerauon. aiacaer any
k' j. , Jli - 3 t M i
ii prCtCUUUU IOC . ClllUiUW LMieilCT
Should be brpUht andtq the grief-
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"busses and autos and trans- jafc
S HIS SUIT;
CLIFFORD. W. HA,T.RIDGE.
Tbaddeus C. Nlghman, Plaintiff.
A VS. .
Elliabeth Ham, et al., Defendants.
The defendants, Elizabetto Ham, Caroline-
Bcchel-Brownewell. George Bechel,
William Bejhel. John Bechel. Georso F,
Kohler, D&iiel Prutzman, Nicholas I
Henn, Henry Henn, Katherine He,pn,
John Henn. Julius Tittle, Henri
etta, Tittle, whose places .of resi
dence are unknown to the plaintiff, and
the unknown heirs, devisees and as
signs of each of the said ElizabetlvHam,
Caroline Bechel-Brawnewell, George
Bechel, "William Beoiel, John Bechel,
George F. K-ohler. Daniel Prutzman,
Nicholas Henn, Henry Henn, Catherine
Henn, John Honn, Julius Tittle and Hen
rietta Tittle, whose names and places of
residence are unknown to the plaintiff,
Belle Maria Hejl, Kate IJurphy and
Cowle'llsftlurphy, all of whom reside in
the-jCiTOjf Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
ancitAM.'-Cole, -who resides at Ellza-be.tH,-MKir
Jersey, will take notice that
on .tBeth; Say- ot March, 1910, Thaddeus
O. Kie'bniRli fllpd his petition asrainst the
flaid 'defendants and others In the office
of theClerk of the Common Pleas Court,
Stark KTouhty, Ohio, belDg cause No.
setting forth that he is the .owner and, in
the actual possession at lot number fif
teen (15) in the City of Cannon, Stark
County. Ohio. That on the 27tfr day of
August, 1851, one Peter Loutzenheiser,
now deceased, as the guardian of Cath
erine Bechel (since late.rmarried with
Otto Brownewelll. WJlfiam Bechel and
George Bechel, undertook to convey said
real estate, then known as Jot number
fifteen fln in thi Tmn nt fantnn nhliv
bV deed to. one .Tuliim Tlttlfi.-Ajinfl tiv thn
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luuuiai misuiKe oi ine panieg to said
uceu, emu uuuruian wax nametr Tiierem
as guardian of CatherineBechei, Wil
liam Bechel and John Dbhel, and said
deed recited lot sfctteenI0 in the. Town
of Canton, Ohio, as Vr jropertyso con
veyed. Said action tsenWht for a de
cree of said Court to have said deed cor
rected and reformed $a' as to describe
and convey said lot fifteen -(15) "irfstead
of said lot sixteen (16) from" the said
iPfcter Loutzenheiser as guardian of Card-
nne, yimam ana UeQrge "uetjijel to Hie
said Julius Tittle, in accordance with tbe
Intention of the said parties to said deed,
badlhat John Badielatt0r the unknown-
heirs, devisees aiwl .asanas, ot lhftsiidi1
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mo cens in tap uuuu-yaik. . tv -
were aU right and the military
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'SPECIAL TO THE NEWS.
Columbtis, April 13. The Elsori
telephone bill investigation lapsed un
til, tomorrow to give Attorney John J.
Sullivan time to go over the evidence
thus far obtained." , ''
Representative Pears, recalled this
afternoon, said he had been too hasty
in saying that a dozen others knew
as much as he did. He had no knowl
edge that apy other member had been
improperly' approached. Representa
tive Winters recalled, eaid ne )iadf
been unable to find themarf'who ap
proacbed him in the smoking room
and whom he did not kpow- by name. I
Thlsnan had come up Jo him when
called to the smoker ,by a false long
distance call and had1-said he wanted,
to talk to Winters; tosea whejjjor
some arrangement could not be. natfe
or some inducement offered to haye
Winters? withdraw his nnnosition to
vmier retuseu ujjlulh. Kiiu,,uia
man, -.hosay - " it,'
Wintory-has already named Lejvie
Beraard'.tndf John Murphy or Cincin
nati, asobbists who had offered, him
"anyfhingfthe wanted' if he vould
vote forfjthe Elson bill.
Cyrus "W. Huling sent in a written
denial that he had any part in the
framing of the Elson bill.
NIT HELP MRS. SAYLER
TAKE ESSE HIGfiER
SPECIAL. TO THE NEWS. $j$A
Cnicago, April 13. Peter Weaste
Peoria millionaire and relativ ofj
LucySayler, "convicted of, conspfeuip
wither. William Miller-o kififief
husband, came A'o Chicago todayMo.
confer with Zl. Sajirir'daugSer
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" On, the outcome of 'this"
it is said, will 'depenjl, whether 'Hps:
Sayler will try to.jjget her case, be
fore the state supreme court in the
event p. new triaf ;s deniedv Weasi; j
-for taking the case. tothe hkhlr!
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WHITE SLftVEHY BAIT
,fc'?larorlr. Anril 13. Thit a mOVinc-
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NOTICE TO DEMPCRATSUBSCRIBERS.
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All subscripers ivhoqrfe-
with. The Canton EveningTnnes, tiittl the expiration of their
subscription to the Stark&ounty PemOcrat.
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andtlle advent of the Eurfcarrier has. caused a smaller de
mand each Vearfor a .iveefe?Lpaper,vSo-ithe management lias
decided to "discontinue tWt&veekly" vdition' and devote all
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'Object to President's Pro-;
posed Speech Before
Delegates to Suf- ?
SPIfHT A T. Tfl' TTTF5 NEWS. - ii
New York, April 13. Pre3dent",Ta$$j
is going to address the opening meej
Jng ttf tfhfe Woman Suffrage Convent
tionVhicjpstarts to do business ig
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tomorrow, and the
in tneir wrainyj
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have-MBarded a letter of protest-
Jfhipiifwa,splacedin the president's
'Mrs.' Root Js an active member oj
the New Yorlc State association opj
Dosed to woman suffrage, nine rep
resentative members. pf which have
SdUe Jptter ofrotest. THe
"'To the president:
H'Sfr; It i9 with great regret that!
the women belonging to New Yorktfrt,. . ',i,im, thQ nro-QT,?,ati ta.
State Association bpposed towomkn
sunpage nave .nearu maw w'u. consolidation of telephone companies
iddres'tlie aavbeatesf woman 8MBnd pIactae them under state super
frage at their opening meeting tns,ivialdn.
week. Aitnough you nave puoucy
that this action is not to..
receive 'the? last Stark County
ill. aiivahce will be supplied-
GIRL BECOMES A
MOTHER AT TEN.
Chicago, .April 13. The at
tention -of the juyenile court
has been called to the case of
Annie Epps, who is only ten
years old and who is the moth;
er of a six-pound girl, born
Saturday at the county hos
pital. The mother is the daughter
of Mrs. Minnie Kendricks, 319
Fifty-second street, and, ac
cording to Warden Happell of
the hospital, is the youngest
mother in medical annals.
V Botn motner ana tne mianc
: THE COMBINE;
The Canton Real Estate Board, at
NeW4'Its meeting Wednesday, decided to
rathvji .iv , , f-.i .- nf tho St'arlr
TBephone company 'until after the
riw system of sub-stations being in
'stafled is given a fair test.,; '
It was stated at the meeting that
present service is bad, but the sen
'timent was in favor of giving the
'company opportunity to correct ex-
A Mt was r.!irl frnm thP Rnai-H
artr0Qn0f1 , Hfor rmw.
,g tne Elking bn proTiding the
y president .TL.obbJ.was -instructed
' t. K-iSi,. iiJ.li .:
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS.
'Indianapolis, April 13. Lieutenant
George Cornwallis West of London,
member of the famous family of that
name, is in the city, a guest at the
Claypool. Lieutenant West's - mar
riage to Lady Randolph Churchill, be
cause of the great disparity in the
ages of the couple, was the talk of
England. Lieutenant West has been
here about a week and is ill. Propped
up in bed and attended by a nurse,
he explained today that he was not
here of his own choice. He said he
had been in Mexico on business and
while on his way to New York was
taken ill on the train.
GO AFTER HOFFSTOT
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS.
Pittsburg, April 13. Late tonight
District Attorney William A. Blake
ley, accompanied by Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Seymour, left for Al
bany, N. Y., where they will tomorrow
appear before Governor Hughes and
ask the extradition of Frank N. Hoff
stot, who hag been indicted by the
Pittsburg grand jury for conspiracy
and the bribing of Pittsburg council
men. ST FAILS TO
New York, April 13. The Standard
Cordage company, commonly known
as the cordage trust obtained an order
today frim Supreme Coirt Justice
Blanchard directing all persons Inter
ested to show cause on May 31 why
the concern should not go into volun
tary dissolution. The directors stated
that the company has been doing busi
ness at a loss for several years.
REPORT OF THE EXAMINATION OF THE
Treasury of Start IffAJhio
Xo the-Probate Judge of Slark
Pursuant to your appointment bearing
beinsr dulr aualified. we, the undersigned
ury of Stark County. Ohio, and Inspected
vouchers thereof, in 'a'ceordance with the
nerehy certmea tnat tne iojiowing- js a true pa accurate siaiemeirt xt the conui-i
tion of" said treasury as disclosed by ,said examination made on the 1th day of
April 19 to- wit; ,
MTS TO HELP MANAGE
Morris D. Crowl, a well known and
substantial citizen of Minerva, has an
nounced his candidacy for infirmary
director on the Democratic ticket sub
ject to the decision of the May pri
maries. Grants Wage Increase
Scranton, Pa., April 13. Announce
ment is made by1' the Lackawanna
company that it has voluntarily In
creased the wages of C.500 of its em
ployes 6 per cent. The men are em
ployed in the transportation depart
ment of the entire system between
Hobpken and Buffalo. They are clerks
and minor officials. The increase went
into effect the first oC April. The
switchmen are given an increase of
3 cents an hour. Several months ago
the men employed in the shops and
other parts of the motive power de
partment were given a like increase
of 6 per cent.
date of r-r P IJ irtgo, and after
liaw-; o XII f.. 2 the treas
ancL F; ttm vlf S-'2corda and
provisions oT-awCiii i-JLF-M, and it is
TO RAISE CAS
Sunday Schools Asked to Give
One Day's Collection to
The financial committee of the Can
ton Playground association held tne
first meeting of the year at the hoce
of Norman T. Krause, secretary o
the association, 223 West Fourtn
street, Wednesday evening. Phil &
Bernower, chairman or tne associ
Various ways of raising funds fr
the work to bg carried out during
the coming year were discussed-
As a .means of raising funds for lh
first steps in their work, it was decid
ed to ask all members to pay their
annual dues before the first of May.
This will give them the money with
which to begin the summer's cam
paign. . c
The association decided at the first
meeting of the year held last winter
to ask the ministers of Canton to set
aside one Sdnday in the Sunday
schools on which the collection would
bo turned over to the Playground as
sociation for its work. Several min
isters who- were pfiKfib- at that meet-i
ing. spoke favorably of the
promised their co-operation to- ha
one Sunday's contribution set aside
for the playgrounds.
Wednesday night the committee
took definite action on this proposition
and decided to go aLonce to the min
isters and ask them "to appoint a Sun
day and take this matter up with
their congregations. It is expected
that this plan will furnish the asso
ciation a large sum.
BREACH OF PROMISE CASE
The mock court trial to be given WH
der the auspices of the Young Hsa'a
ret j-il'- x li! , it.- v tr ft
uuiisuju Asauciaiiuu m me j. ji. v., ,
A. eymnasium on Friday eveninai I
April 15, promises to be an event c4
I unusual interest. f
DR. L. F. VOKE
W8LL MAKE H!Sfc
139th, VISIT to:
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-Located at the. sign of