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WORK
Board of Health Cuts Short
Business Session "to See
"Newly-Weds" at Theater
Board of health members were very
"uneasy In their scats Wednesday even
ing, "The Newlvweds and Their iBaby"
with and all the pretty nursl girls
at The Grand Opera house, proving
too strong au attraction, to permit
members to attend the routine.
The board granted a plumber's li
cense to the Genseley Plumbing com
pany, listened to the reports and quit.
During March there were CI deaths
in the city, 28 males and 33 females,
NY
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ff Recording to Dr. Da Hinden, health
tracer. Among the causes were: Tu
berculosis, 3; apoplexy, 5; heart dis-
case, 5; pnuemonia, 10; Bright's dis-
ease, 3; railroad accidents, 2.
City Physician Poss mace G2 calls
and had 94 office visits.
Dairy Inspector Bowman examined
j, '-llo cows, visited S dairies, inspected
23 produce stands, discovered 2 sick
animals and ordered 1 killed.
Sanitary Officer Thompson put up
6 quarantine cards and toolc down
the same number; put up 11 scarlet
fever cards and took down 5; lumi
gated 11 dwellings and 45 rooms; in
spected 108 rooms; removed 22 dead
animals; investigated 127 complaints
and sent out 4(1 notices.
Plumbing Inspector Coffman re
ported: Permits issued, 107; certifi
ates issued, 52; inspections made 151;
water or air tests made, 77; final in
spections, 48; changes ordered, 12.
SEMENTS l
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday, April 14. "A Gentltman
from Mississippi."
ORPHEUM.
Vaudeville and Moving Pictures.
Afternoon and Evening.
ODEON. -Vaudeville
and Moving Pictures.
MAJESTIC.
Vaudeville and Moving Pictures,
4r--fc
Bl cjFAwro
"THE NEWLYWEDS."
'As funny as eer, "The Newlyweds
and Their Baby" appeared at the
Grand Wednesday night for the sec
ond time this season and drew an
audience larger than the one which
greeted the players on their first ap
"pearance in Canton.
Leo Hayes was seen as Ferdinand
Kewlyo-ed, the father. He has lost
Bone of his power to amube since last
geen here. James E. Rosen playea
the pa'-t of the baby in his usual en
tertaliJcg way. Leona Stephens was
Dolly Jolly, Mrs. Newlywed's sister,
acdOlga Ton Hatzdelft was Mrs.
Newlywed.
The choruses were up to the high
and
Mrs. Henry L. Betz of 703 North
Walnut street entertained at luncheon
Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the
private dining room of the McKinley.
About fifty guests were present. Jon
quils and narcissus were used effect
ively for the table decorations and
were used as individual favors. After
luncheon the guests played point
euchre. Mrs. C. W. Potter won the
first prize, Mrs. Louis Paar the second
and .Mrs. T, B. C. Voges the third.
Thg consolation prize was awarded to
Mrs. DeWitt Chapman. Mrs. H. W.
Alden. of Detroit the guest of Mrs.
W. C. Green, wa an out-of-town guest.
FAREWELL DINNER.
The members of their club honored
Miss EstPlla Bast and Miss Minnie
Langebaugh, who leave soon for
European tours, with a dinner at the
McKinley Tuesday evening at 6:30
o'clock. Covers were laid for fourteen.
Pink and white carnations and ferns
in a pretty arrangement were used
for the table decorations. The favors
were small dishes of bon bons In pink.
After dinner point euchre was played.
Miss Erma Shanafelt and Miss Fran
ces Turin of Louisville won tne prizes.
Those present were: Mrs. P, Q.
Shrake, Miss Minnie Krebs, Miss
Erma Shanafelt, Miss Crena Turin,
(Miss Ida Krebs, Mrs. W. H. Hug, Miss
Frances Turin, Miss Tiliie Motter,
Mrs. Howard Lytle, Miss Mamie
Dwyer, Miss Florence Miller, Miss
Lillian Shanabruck, Miss Bast and
Miss Langebaugh. Miss Bast will sail
April 23, returning In July, and Miss
Langebaugh will sail' May 19 and re
turn in October.'
HONOR PARTY.
Mrs. Edward P. Morrow entertained
informally in honor of Miss Jennie M.
Chance of 1419 North Cleveland ave
nue; whose approaching marriage to
D. Harry Chandler of Vineland, N. J.,
has been announced. The guests
were a number of the immediate
friends of Miss Chance.
WILL GIVE LUNCHEON.
Mrs. Joseph DeWeese of 806 West
Lake street and Mrs. W. Curt Smith
of 829 Plymouth place have issued In
vitations for a 1 o'clock luncheon to
be given Saturday afternoon, April 23,
at the McKinley. After luncheon
point euchre will be played. About
eighty invitations have -been issued
TtOYAL PRINCESS CLUB.
Mrs. Leonard Shaub of 712 Penn
sylvania avenue was hostess to the
members of the Royal Princess club
at ner home Monday evening. Pro
pressive euchre was played during rfhe
evening. The hostess served luncheon
at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Daniel Schaeffer
of, 502 Pennsylvania avenue will en
tertain the club Monday evening,
April 18.
GICKER-HOSSMAN.
Miss Chloe Gicker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George L. Gicker of 303 Cen
ter street, and William Hossman of
SO ft
octal
Clef Affairs
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the resi
dence of Hev. E. B. Townsend, pac
tor of the Calvary Presbyterian
church, who was the officiating min
ister. Unknown to the bride and groom
o. number of friends witnessed the cer
emony from the dining room. They
escorted the bridal party to the car
when they left for a short trip to
Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will
leside at S02 Correll street.
SIS HOPKINS CLUB.
The Sis Hopkins club was enter
tained by Miss Nellie Dice of 1007 La
fayette avenue. After a short business
session the evening was spent in
playing games. Miss Helen Kesel and
Miss Lula Sammet won the prizes in
a contest. Miss Cora Huth of 715
Sandal street will entertain the club
in two weeks.
CARNATION CLUB.
The Carnation club gave a dance
Tuesday evening at Houser hall. One
hundred and twenty-five couples were
in ' attendance. Norwood's orchestra
played for the dancing. There were
several moonlight dances and a
special feature was several songs,
sung to the accompaniment, of the
orchestra during the dancing. The
next dance will be given May 3.
Good morning do you realize
what you are reading in this paper
is ten (to twelve hours ahead of
other papers you will see today?
Up-to-date for
Man and Boy
Clothing, Furnishings,
Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Bags,
Suit Cases
HALLgY
"T m
CAUGHT BY P0LIC
Ernest Wismer and his wife made
things lively for awhile Wednesday
night until the police arrived ,Jjrfl
ushered them to the police statp .
They are charged with disturbing o $
peace. fth
Piere Melchion and Joe Brunn Vbo J
arrested for selling goods withomci
permit. '
Henry Wendling and his son Cd
ence were both arrested for disttf
ing the peace and using foul languain .
The boy was arrested in the after
noon and telephoned his father. This
angered the parent when he arrived
home and the officers went after him
too.
1
Those are merits of Custom Made Clothes
Mind you. sir, we say Custom Made Clothes,
the kind that are made- to your personal order
with care and skill.
You will find ffeese merits in GLAS
GOW Custom Made Clothes aud at pri
ces that will appeal to you.
SUITS AND 9WEKG0ITS
Made
Union Made
Another
is a '
GREAT MOCK (TRIAL
Breach of Promts Case
PROMINENT CAN TON CITIZENS-PARTICIPATE.
Plaintiff, Mrs. J. D. Wilhelm.
Defendant, Mr1. John M. Danner.
Judge, HonvChas. C. Bow. ,
Witnesses, Mrs, Geo. H. Clark, Mrs. W. H. Smith, Miss Mary
Stein, Messrs. U. S. Johnston, Lester "Deweese and Dr. J. P. De Witt.
Prominent counsel and court officers. Jurors will be leading busi
ness men. ,
V. M. C. A. GYJMNASIU1VI
FRIDAY APRIL 15, 8 P. M.
ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
tyle
'II;
to OpsUpp saft torn Fumnns
Hand
Canton Store, 214 North Market
Akron Store 71 S. Main St. MassIIIon Store 37 W.
. ,' L. E. SMITH, Manager Ohjp Branches.
tep in Advance
0M
Prip.es li
Tailored
r
Street.
Main St.
Want column advs.. 30 words, three times. 23e; 1 week 50c For Kent and Ton
Sale cards free to those who insert advertisements, Copy for ads. for this col-
imn should be sent in not later than 7 p. m. to insure publication in the nex
morning's issue.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED Arenhanlntt. "Plttflhure Pnu-
miuaiiv i u,. wu rawrence iwe
WA'WTFm A TVMrtrli tiraati TtanA -must
- i -. -w -fc rytwx& t.j , .
nave experience lr worK. iNOveity v-ut
lery (u.
WANTED Boys, at once; good wages
to good boys, who are 16 or over. Ap
piy at once Canton Malleable Iron Co.
WANTED A brisht voune man for of
fice -work; bookkeeping experience not
necessary, tail Detweeiv 8 ana jlu a. w
at ws is. jrourth,
tvAiiXijj yne gooa reuaoie man iu
act as Dlst-llgr. in Canton and Vicinity
surance Co., sood wages and advance
ment io ngnt party, tor iuriner uuui
mation call on B. Kearns, Barnett Hotel,
it,
TXfA WllCr Ifnn ... ..la,.. ma.hln !Ylft
granits tombstones in the cemeteries ot
every city and town Easy, nice worto
Experience unnecessary. Make $3 to JW
per day Particulars free. E. P. Hart,
io west tn ptreet. new lurn. vitj.
W A 'MfT1T7,.T "Man nr nmmon ulerV for
grocery store. Experience and first class
references required.- Address Box No. 2,
care Morning News. tf
WANTED Boy 17 or IS years old with
some experience in clothing and jewelry
Call 4Q0 E. TUscarawas. Reference re
quired. HELP WANTED FEMALE.
PLEASATemanentpositlon for
girls ot IS years or over. Call in person
from 3 to 11 a. m. or 1 to 5 p. m. at 317
W. Tuscarawas St. .
PANTSMAKER WANTED A woman
to make- pants; must make good pants.
Call or address A. H. Demming, 1501 S.
Cleveland avenue. Canton, Ohio.
WANTED Good girl for general
housework. No washing or ironing. G.
af. Hedrlck, 500 S. Cherry. City hotel.
WANTED A lady stenographer, one
that can operate a. Smith Premier type
writer. Must be quick and apt Will
pay good wages to right girl. Kumfort
Oil and Gas Co, 736 Courtland Bldg.
A. B. Lee.
WANTED At once a girl to clerk in
store. One with wall paper experience
preferred' 1306 W. Tuscarawas. Stark
M-S0G. Bell 1490.
WANTED Girls to learn pressing.
Good wages and steady employment. Ap
ply to Cleaning and Drying Department,
Troy Laundry Co, tf
WANTED Ladles lor collecting and
assisting at flower store. Inquire at
LIndacher's, 1C01 w. Tuscarawas, oppo
site Dueber Works.
LOgT.,
MISS ETHEL MORGAN lost a dia
mond ring between 31 Canal St. and 73
W. Main, Massillon, O. Finder will re
ceive large reward if returned to 31
Canal St.
LOST Between Canton and Louis
ville an automobile, robe. Finder please
return to Monnot and Sacher garage.
FARMS FOR SALE.
WVWWm'Ai
FARM of SO &creg for eale about 1 mile
south of city limits. Will be sold cheap
to close up estate. Inquire of Samuel
Toder, Exc, North Industry, O. Bell
843-W-3 or Sponseller and Sponseller,
attorneys
ALL COND1TION3 AND SIZES, in
Huron, Erie and Lorain-cos.; one of 44
acres, twp miles from Lake; good 6-room
house, barn, fine peach farm, 10 acres
woods, close to school, for $2,500. One of
204 acres at Florence; fine stock farm,
well watered, gpod timber, tt $60 an
acre: write me what you want. R. Derby.
1 Jr., Milan, O. 21-30
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE One 7 room and one
room house, with all conveniences, located,
at 115 and 119 W. Williams- St., & min
utes" walk from Court house. For fur
ther particulars call at 115 W. Williams
street tf
FOR SALE House 517 High Street.
Building to be moved from lot. Inqnira
a w. Ninth St., or phone M-T1Q.
FOR SAT.R OR BRNT Twn mf
modern seven-room houses, 3737 and!
3738 Woodland Ave.; bath rooms, hot
and cold water, gas or electric light,
furnace, hardwood floors, laundry,
etc. Inquire of Jos. Blechele, Sr., 730
South Market St 5-18
FOR SALE Six room house and largo
lot, N. McGregor street; a bargain if
sold soon. Inquire at 339 Dunbar street.
Stark phone C-1257.
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN I wiU
offer my DU3lness block, located on Ncrtb
Cleveland avenue, for sale, having a rent
al Income of $K0 a year. Wlial will you:
offer for it? If interested write to G. W.
E.-, care Morning News. Canton, Ohio.
x,T",1m, k', L..m. 4. wl.f Am4
bath, city, water, furnace, large lot, H
fruit trees, barn, chicken house and
1o T)'.A 0 rtA rlt AKl TlTllHt?-
Ave.) near Aultman hospltaL
FOR SALE
10-R N. Cleveland Ave.-..MM....8,O0ft
10-R. N. Cleveland Ave 7,00ft
S-R. Shorb St .. 4.6O0f
8-R, Summit St. ....-..... ....-.... 4,300
7-R. W Tusc St. ...v 4,230
7-R. W. Lake St. 4,250
7-R. N. Clarendon Ave. ......... 4.250
8-R. W. Take St -L20Q
T-R. Cor 8th & Hartford-Sts 4.0001
S-R. N. W. end 4,000
8-R.. Harriet St. 3S0O
7-R. Franklin St..,.., Ji2C0
6-R. Erier St ,V 2Mi
8-R. N Cherry St 3.000
7-R. W. South St . 2,800-1
7-R. W. Fourth St..,...., ZOO
6-R. Bluff St 2,700
7-R. Cedar St 2,600
7-R. Sooville Ave , 2,500
6-R Adams 2,000
S-R. E. Fifth St 2,000
5-R. Jackson St.. ........... ........ 1,500
7-R. Housel St.... .- 1,430,"
i-'R. Hammond Ave..'. - 1,150
THE A, B. FLORT CO.,
Phones. 13S 104 -S, Market SU
(Independent Real Estate Dealera.)
New 8 room Modern, Franklin- St.. ...MOOS
New S room Modern, Hartford Sr...J2550
New 7 room Modern, East Lake St..60O
New 8 room Modern, East Lake St,..?4S0O
New 6 Toom Modern, Prospect St,....J23eo
New 7 room Modern, Woodland Ave..S-O50
New 8 room Modern. Clarendon Ave..J34Q4
New 7 room Modern, Fairview Ave... $303)
New 7 room Modern, Haalte AVe...333Xi
New 7 room Modern; West North St. .11500
New 5 room Modern, Camden Ave...i.t2400
New 6 room Modern, Edward St $3000
New T room Modern, Hiraaa t........JS50fll
New 7 room Modern, Est & St.iJ3000j
New 7 Toom, Parkview Ave. ......w..5160aj
New 6 room, Blake Ave .., ... 31750!
New 4- room, Wertz Avp-. ...... .....JHOCij
Good 3 room. Wade t ...,.....J3Q5Q
Good 7 room Park Ave. .... ......... .$230(
Goqd 4 room, Hazlette Ave. .w.....f.$150Qt
Good t room, lawrenc Ave. ......
Good 10 room, West 4th St. ..........
Good 9 room. West 5th St.
EVEY & MOHR
Bell 1489 Strk 015
130 E. Tuscarawas W
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adcVElB'ntjUned throughout the
Conneautville, Pa., wereunited In mar-

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