Coshocton Daily Age (Newspaper) - May 28, 1902, Coshocton, Ohio 4. NO. 5. MAY 28. 1902. rwo CENTS DAILY HOSIERY In all the colors of the rainbow and warranted fast tily ied instep and beautiful ing of Beautiful Lace effects and drop stitch for ladies A most assortment of Fancies at 25C and 500 per Lace effects and drop stitch Hosiery at 25C, 350, 4oc and The most complete of and boy's school Hose in strictly fast in alt double heel and Fine light weight ribbed Hose in looks like silk and wears Our children's ribbed Hose at 150 and are bargains of excellent We carry a com- plete line of the Black Cat Brand at all In L a d i e Plain Black Hose our stock consists of the very best makes in the market and Lewis doff Our 2oc and grades are our very A complete line of men's half Hose in Colors and Try Us on Very Respectfully D. G. Co THAT BALL GAME ON MEMORIAL DAY Is Care of m the Laws of the COUNCIL TAKES NO ACTION Bit Waal the bitty Was Transacted at Council was prompt in meeting Tuesday evening with Vice President in the President ner was to be present because of tbe critical illness of his Frew who was brought to Coshocton from The members absent were Mr. Powelson and Mr. Clerk Wimmer read the minutes uf tbe regular and a number of cial and council accepted them and not down to a A petition from the people of er avenue asked that an obstruction of 15 feet uf fenced property in front of the residence of A. Albert be re- George Kitchen explained to council that each property owner con- sented some time ago to give a strip of 15 feet make it a Mr. Shaw said Dr. Brower had explained tbe matter to by saying he bad owned the land and sold it to the lawyer drew up the deed he neglected to cut out the 15 feet at this and Albert refused to give the It is worth 325 the doctor clow up tbe alley in the rear of his the told me be would take said Mr. I think we had better offer him said Mr. Condemnation proceedings it seems wiil cost or and Mr. Brink said Albert was anxious to have it but wants It is about the center of the and it 5s a serious The mayor thought residents of the street could do better than council with Albert and suggested they try to buy it. Kitchen said complaint was general because when pedestrians reached that they were compelled to walk in the mud in winter and dust n On motion of Mr. Shaw it went to street committee who will find bert's lowest pricer and if Albert money ne is to be Bed the land wiil be John Hains wanted the lower end of Chestnut graded and gutters paved tith The he is and if the street is graded will be no more flooding of There is a hump that causes great Solicitor McDowell recalled it was referred street committee of the council of which Mayor Kinner was a with power to but nothing had ever been George Senft wants to put down a in front of his residence on ower and the matter went street committee with full power to act. Dick Dames wanted to know what council was going to do with the water on South The sewer is large enough to take care of the the inlets are very much too Water comes down the nut from the Pan on Orange to a point on causing he Mr. said property owners on Orange between Cherry and Seventh also suffered froza Mr. Johnson moved it be referred to Engineer on and that he remedy the Moving Wheeling I wrote to Mr. Blickensderfer about moving tbe Wheeling said tbe had a letter from him in which be said our engineer was conferring with their engineer on and Engineer Hanlon is now in Cleveland looking into the He said in regard to the of track at Seventh street that it was impossible for them to secure labor to do the work at the property owners of that section will gladly furnish the necessary said Solicitor had written to the company's officials regarding tbe pond near the Mr. Da agent of the said tbe ter would be looked Eleventh Street A resolution was presented by street committee recommending the opening j of Eleventh street to cording to the resolution it will be to buy land from Isaac M. George Mana Kiser and the heirs of Henry Mr. Johnson asked if the Twelfth street opening had been investigated by the and the solicitor explained the resolution was simply to find tbe cost of tbe proposed im If the appraisers fix the price at a figure council does like tbe matter can be New The resolution providing fora sewer In South Fifth and con- with tbe Mulberry sewer was read by tbe This is tbe outlet for tbe Cherry made necessary by the of It bad been one and was passed under The Twelfth and Chestnut outlet sewer resolution was One of the objects of tbe is to an outlet for tbe Bancroft school DOW in course of con- At the last meeting of council itor McDowell was instructed to pre- pare an ordinance repealing the vision of tbe bicycle ordinance pelting riders to use a He was also instructed to incorporate a tion prohibiting more than two wheelmen to ride side by side at one A special ordinance was quired for this and as council did deem it of sufficient Importance it was The lamp section was formally re- pealed and wheelmen are no longer required to use lamps at The New should do something about tbe ordinance remarked the can do nothing with that un- til the committee on rules bave taken said Mr. will get together on that It will be ready in two Memorial are you going to do about the ball game on Memorial ed Mr. I am waiting for council to replied the day is sacred to all of remarked Mr. I move the mayor be instructed to issue a proclamation under tbe state law to prohibit all ball games and sports on that it's a state law why we instruct the asked Mr. the law any one can pre- vent it. I don't know whether I have authority to do this thing of ing said tbe is I understand mayor would rather have council instruct him to issue this It will relieve him of a great deal of see any particular wrong in the people seeing a good ball game ter we have partaken of these day Why uo the big leagues advertise double headers for that asked Mr. Mr. Johnson was in sympathy with Mr. Shaw's but be didn't see that council should take Tbe state law should cover the I think some people want council to shoulder something they should shoulder remarked Mr. play ball here en Sunday and I don't think play ine on Memorial day Solicitor McDowell read which shows games shall not be ed during the rendition of the gram on Memorial Mr. Johnson wanted to know if it was not the duty of the police and to enforce without tion from council all state and Solicitor McDowell said the mayor ly had authority as a justice of the peace and officers were the same as He thought these offenses should be punishable by Mayor Rinner said Sunday ball was not played Jh the Mr. Shaw withdrew his motion Paring Food Before the im- provement is put on tbe duplicate the paving fund will be overdrawn about 310.000" said Mr. I think something souH be done with it. We wih either have to issue bonds or carry tbe We will get the money hack in but some sion must be made for the Tbe I will have to come from the general I ply bring up tbe matter in order that we may know what to Mayor Rioner did not think it would to was no assessment I think to take up the city's share of the im- added Mr. That Mr. Brink said tbe trial time on the new grader was and it was up to council whether it be As council has practically agreed to buy the machine Mr. Johnson did want it paid for un- til a bad been properly rendered by tbe Mr. Brink said the agent had said this was not ry but Mr. Johnson insisted on his Mr. Shaw said the agricultural ciety wanted to borrow the and Mr. and Mr. Holmes thought it would be all right if tbe grader was properly cared for and re- turned in good This has not been the custom when tbe grader was loaned to private parties Mr. Johnson raised the question of the condition of South Second near A water pipe burst there more than a year ago and repairs were not A motion to bave the water department make repairs was passed The paving was badly and repairs wiH according to R. Kirk who was about 3300. It is in bad Mr. Shaw said the lots on Seventh are on tbe street from six inches between Main and Hs thought tbe fences should be put back before the curbing is Mr. Brink said Orange should graded as water on the upper pan stands there the whole year The walks are almost all be and it is in bad It went to street Mr. wanted South The solicitor said the boarc of trace agreed to do the Rioner stated that the city paid to grade the and did it illegal Mr. Brink said the street been graded nut the curbing was no wound np the meeting anr council adjourned after paying FIRED A BULLET INTO HER BREAST Death For Miss Lulu a SUICIDE AT WEST LAFAYETTE Five WMM Ancc After fm Mi EM to WEST May 28 Lulu Moore shot in the left breast this morning at The ballet penetrated her died in half an She was daughter of James the well known farmer residing in Pike Miss Moore was the teacher of the primary department of and attended toner duties as usual on the evening she was the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Dickerson near the Methodist church where she So far as is known she went to bed at the usual and was in her room when the in the Mr. Dickerson ate his breakfast and went to work as usual leaving Mrs. son In the Mrs. Dickerson was in the back yard feeding the chickens when she heard a sound as though a window bad She paid no attention to the happening and went on with her Suddenly she heard another This time she could not be She knew it was the crack of a Hastening the house she ran upstairs and into Moore's There she saw what she will not for- get as long as she Miss Moore was lying on the Her hand was stretched along her right side and in it was a She was gasping for breath and be- fore the horrified woman could give her the slightest help she was almost Mrs. Dickerson quickly gave the alarm and the neighbors came to der what assistance was Mr. Dickerson is a Pan Handle telegraph operator and returning home lent his Doctor Edwards was called but could do nothing as the wound was the young woman's was notified at West Word was senC that he would come on The details of the tragedy were soon worked had her room and gone to the room occupied There Bickerson always kept two one with a short This she bad picked up and going to her room the the bullet going the Why she did this will never be But it is tain she went again to the son's got the other re- turned to her and fired the shot that ended her Miss Moore was a young woman of splendid cheerful and bright in all For two years she bad charge of the primary department of the West Lafayette and her work was such as to make her a She was popular with all who knew and that she would deliberately end her life was the last thought of her host of She was exemplary and and her influence was ever exerted for the 2fo one knows why Miss Moore took her She once intimated to Mrs. Dickerson that she was worried be- cause she feared she could not obtain a certificate to teach and her school would be taken from She was also worried because of her father's affairs and the litigation in which be was Other than these no cause is assigned for the awful Mr. Moore and one of his daughters reached West Lafayette this morning at 10 Services were ducted in the Presbyterian church at this and the body was sent to the home near West Other services will be held Thursday afternoon and interment will be made in the cemetery THE Doctor Marshall Found it to Be a Case of When be learned of Miss Moore's death Doctor tbe drove at race to West He conducted tbe and found the facts substantially as they are given The first revolver was probably prematurely discharged because tbe spring was and the bullet went through the of the Miss Moore was dressed in her night clothes when she fired the and tbe bullet entered tbe breast above tbe Nothing could bave been done for her and sbe died within half an hour after the Sbe was breathing her last when Doctor wards Coroner Marshall will render a of performance of all church an ever willing to lend assistance in times of She was the life o her home and tbe family are crushed by her tragic Mr. and Mrs. Moore and their two daughters m up the family now tbe eldest is dead They have the sympathy of toe entire PEOPLE WE art L. Rue went to on Stanley was in Newark Tuesday H. McCormick went to tion City at Mr. of is the guest of R. Stewart was in of was tbe guest nf Miss Matne Jacob Denzer has returned Lo Akron after a visit with relatives Bern ice DeHart returned From a visit with relatives in Sophia Wilson and Miss Mae Butchinson are spending the week in J. Lower returned from Col- accompanied by her Marie and Mrs. T. T. of Holmes were in the city on business Butler has been con- ined to her home on Cherry the past few days by Anna Webb has gone to fora twa with her and Mrs. C. J. Glover and Miss have gone to their new home in and Mrs. L. P. McVey and Mrs. of are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Charles McCormick and f are visiting at tbe ence of George McCleary on H. H. Eagon and IKS of are quests of Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Fisher on Thomas Johnson returned to after a short visit at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson on forth C. W. of s visiting with her husband at- the Mr. Wagner is nt of the and Mrs. Clayton Braninger nd children and Eva are guests of Dr. and R. K. Merriam on Loaders to See the OM fnm the to The May Don county delegation is cutting a large and unique figure in tbe lican state Tbe gates are all M. R. A. Henry David Wilbur Park and Albert None of the alternates nave put in an appearance in the convention The delegation organized by ing Mr. Snyder In the dis- organization Coshocton county pulled down the important place of membership on the committee on R. A. Powelson being The meaning of this is that Mr. Powelson is one of the trainers of tbe state platform on which the party will stand this Samuel W. of was reelected state central and Charles V. former business manager of THE was made vice president ot the state convention to represent the Seventeenth Mr. Edwards is now one of the tors of the Millersburg and is one of tbe delegates from Holmes The Coshocton delegation are com- quartered at the Weddel house a jolly good time along with the political They have visited tbe headquarters of ator General Dick and other everywhere cordially Mr. Snyder is hustling lit his usual energetic style for Judge rew and has made such a all around that many of he leading politicians from over the tate are expressing high or the young leader of the type from Many bave asked to be introduced to Mr and be has showered with congratulations and well Ir. Snyder and Mr. had a ong conference with General Dick Thursday GRAND JURY REPORTS Seventeen Cases Considered and Nine In- The grand jury reported to Judge in common pleas court at o'clock this Seventeen cases were examined and nine indictments were Sixty witnesses were Ternon Rivers was indicted for and Jacob Norm for assault and indictments not made public are for receiving stolen cutting timber on and Glad to Hear From Robert of has re- a postal card tbat was mailed by him at 3Tew Philadelphia 10 hif wife in that place on January 29.1890. took twelve years for the card to travel less than a hundred mil it has been all this time is a No doubt Mrs. Minto was triad to bear from her FOUND THE BABY HEART BROKEN 4re The Fawly awl Friends of The WEST May 23. The people of this place were shocked tbe news came this morning that Lulu Moore had committed cide in West Word was at to her James lives three miles from the Tbe Moore family are highly re- well Mr. Moore a man of The nate daughter was by all who knew Sbe was a member of the Presbyterian faithful in the But Was Excitement on the Hill for Half an the four-year-old daugh and Mrs. was lost ast Tuesday evening and before she was found the entire neighborhood was Tbe family reside on Chestnut near the The little one was missed soon after nine o'clock and a thorough search of the neighborhood failed to locate Chief Mapel was moned from city hall and a party was organized to search the upper pait the But Kathleen was not far She bad wandered to a house on Twelfth where she bad spent tbe evening all unconscious of the commotion she was Fortunately the party in search of her went toward tbe house and she was discovered on her way as contented and happy as though sbe had net been the cause of great Diphtheria m North Two cases of diphtheria have oped on North Tenth and one patient died this morning The boy is Harry grandson of Mr. He is four years old and bis illness soon reached that where it was considered the six year old daughter o Rev. Mr. became from tb disease last Her is not and it is thought she will COSHOCTON BOYS WIN IN CLEVELAND Attorney Helps to Make the SETH SNYDER MAKING FRIENDS THE STORE DOOR TO P. DRY FOR Decoration Dress and Walking Skirts A new lot just in froni the late 5.00 CREW Cowrty Coar Telegram to THE May 28. Judge f was nominated by the Re- convention for Judge of the Will do wonders in this SILK dlA WAISTS at n I Only a few A1 HOME owa Topics and All Kinds of Local ings ToW in Gray Hardware will be no prayer at Grace church this evening as the milding is was announced this morning William M. Merrell will make the Memorial day address in Roscot Maxwell the tion in the case of Mrs. Parks against Merrell by overruling it in and sustaining other jury commission composed ol H. D. Samuel VVi W. McCullouch put 130 names in the box and completed their work day has not wound up the business in connection with the request cf council to have the Pan Handle place a flagman at the nut crossing and council gave him extension of two sidewalk ordinance was not considered in council Tuesday even It is not yet ready for action bj that body and went over fur first in promises to develop a lot of ed Mr. Weber to Cauo bus today to attend the convention the Lutheran Synod of Bev J of missionary president 01 will preach to the Lutheran congregation in the house next Sunday meeting of the has been cahed by President W. Pomerene for the public library Thursday evening at Every member is expected to be Invitations for the reception for the class of bave been sent wanted the electric near Fifth and Walnut changed v the It for tbe committee and the company to tre Mr. Shaw made their known to Mr. and tne change was mace without Silk Jackets and Silk At The dressy thing tor M White and Colo re d Cotton Waists In Light Weight Jackets for Day be Cool c Colored Silk Um- For sun and Commencement A nice line of the latest fancy at C- K. An book and wall Gall on Evans Cochran ior monuments and save 606 Main Flags and ing Flags ail sizes and White and Blue Everybody will the National The Crawford Store Telephone 183.