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Coshocton Weekly Times (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Coshocton, Ohio COSHOCTON WEEKLY TIMES I ESTABIO f COSHOCTON OHIO THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1907 New Series Volume 0 No 42 Auditor CUT OFF CAMP PERRY CLAIMED THEY GROUNDED WIRES LINES Business of the Government Was Seriously In- President Small Likely to Call Out Brokers The Strike Situation Press Camp Perry O Aug telegraphers are charged with having Interfered with business of the federal and as a result soldiers are patrolling the telegraph lines be- tween Camp Perry and Lacarne a dis- tance of three miles This action was made necessary by the strikers or their sympathizers completely ing communication between Camp Perry and the outside world The trouble began an operator broke in on the Camp Perry operators and called them scabs From that hour there was constant breaking and in- until Camp Perry ators were forced to close up at mid- night with thousands of words unsent much of which was government ter from regular United States and National Guard officers to their A detachment of signal corps sent over the line between Camp Perry and LaCarne found a loop of heavy wire had been tied about the four wires midway of tne Una with one end grounded completely ing the service May Silence Keys In New York Aug proposal to call out all telegraph operators em- ployed by brokerage firms regardless of whether these firms have signed the union scale or not is the latest In the strike of the telegraphers President Small received a message from ern telegraphers urging that this step be taken He replied tnat the men must remain at work until they had re- further instructions from the governing body of the union and at the same time called a meeting of all the men employed in brokerage houses in New York for this evening at which time the question of whether they will Join the -a ill be discussed REPORTS THE SULTAN'S DEATH American Press London Aug no con- reached here today of the report from Tangier that Sultan Abdel of Morocco been the uneasiness the report be true CITY REPORTER his duties today as the re- porter the Daily Times to succeed Kd Bool who will re turn to the State West Virginia at the of vacation Mr comes Wauseon Ohio anl has considerable In dally Held We tlie friends of will take their acquaintance with for granted and not stand back on formalities bin give him he same and assistance which has always helped Times In covering the local news fleld J GOVERNOR ZONA B Of West Bedford Elected Me of Faculty of School Exile Wm Taylor Witt be Returned to Kentucky to Testify in the Powers Safe Re- turn to Indiana Promised i BUSINESS OF COUNCIL HELD UP BY ABSENTEES Annexation Ordinance and One Authorizing Sale of Three Houses on Street Extension Cry For Adjourned ing to be Held Thursday Night d al bu puss it to th have transacted by tlu City Council last nicht but next r the ss n b o wa- sopped On v five Or view Hie fact that some ROBERT rULTON AND HIS WHICH STEAMED UP THE HUDSON A CENTURY AGO the world's steamship New York at 1 p on 17 nnd miles distant on 19 at B p m feet long thirteen feet nnd seven feet deep After making a few similar trips she was rebuilt and ran for yearn The Hudson river boats of today make the trip from New York In nine in ordinance mended referred ma t c t i members were continuously pri sent ana he ordinance to establish a erade OP street was the only thine j Ordinance Committee that could be disposed Of U The to through he process of I was its second and when it came UP for final reading the five who were ordinance the ent were sufficient to pass the Public to sell the three on M- was pr sent win n the purchased by for president called the meeting to orde j tne extension of Eleventh street and but Mr Lawrence was delayed with the surplus leal what on account of Aas second reading The day night Is a very inconvenient tune u verv to Mils for him to attend any ot s Jv re now ca led over the or the was that he would come at once While he was hurrying to the Council chamber Mr anil thus business was compelled to fer delay Before Mr ranio a tion was put and carried to have of Public Set vice the re- of certain bad places in the of cur city especially the at the intersection ol Park avenue and Main street and the Hot Water Company's iron plates at the intersection of and Main and at the of aud nut streets The chair of Mr was made vacant and shortly afterward of Mr hawrence was tilled The annexation or Greater ton ordinance was Driven first reading but as a three-fourths vote ix necessary to nil rult a and BARKIS WOULD WELL Died Very Peacefully Shortly After the Noon Hour Today New York In an interview hart Cannon flatly denied that la a for tne can be moved before had ot t t sets in there Is no tint thi s will not the of til The o ri v for the of TI hose cart to be on Walnut th in of and the inu In he Kuniber Company v a- niven In or it is verv that the nance and the authorizing the sale of the on the street extension land be passed at nn early date Mr movi d that Council adjourn to meet on Thursday of this week The motion was carried and Council adjourned to meet on Thursday but wouldn't say that would not nomination If it In worda a lightning rod in hat but not for protection any particular and would provided there was a national convention to do the With Cannon It all upon the convention and he quite and available in caee of emergency j Afar an illness weeks Lottie 1 Wad lei 1 years died at her home on today at of dicitis and peritonitis She lad in very critical condition since Sun day and it was then thought that she could no through the night Her tremendous vitality prolonged her ite fully thiec days Heath came vi ry to She is bv her tbr e 1 orge of cie Indiana Mrs Irvin E ot Cambridge Springs and who is living at home a bi James and 11 at home and H H Waddell of Spokane services have not vit bi -n d Mi William went tills where to she spend ine day at Mrs Helle home of VOGEL MINSTRELS TO OPEN THEATRE SEASON At the Sixth Street Playhouse September Chicago Stock Company to be Here During Fair Many Good Plays Booked For the Winter Telegram Frankfort Ky a letter addressed to Commonwealth's ney Robert Franklin of this chief counsel for the stale In the murder cases assures that official of hta co-operation with him in seeing that William S Is protected from arrest ana allowed to return to the state of Indiana If IIP will come to the Scott circuit court at Georgetown this state to testify In the next trial of Caleb Powers in the der conspiracy oases the governor de dales that he and the attorney can absolutely In sure Taylor such Immunity and a safe return to Indiana The governor's letter to the com mon weal attorney reads as In response to your cation of Aug K In reference to the matter of William S Taylor from arrest In the of hie coming to Kentucky to testify In the or the common wealth again Caleb Powers 1 wtsh to say to you that lu every way possible I shall with you In that Taylor If he comes to testify In that case shall be protected from arrest and allowed to return to Indiana There is not the slightest question that I us governor and you as com- of the In which he Is Indicted can absolutely insure him such Immunity from arrest and a return to Indiana You may therefore rely Implicitly upon my aid If needed to carry out your ance to him of Immunity TAH WRECK War Secretary Aids in Reassuring Timid Passengers ni I si 1 t from Dr Arthur H Powell a member of the State Hoard of Examiners hut H Mime IH in Coshocton county near West ford appointed by o a position of teacher In The promotion Is a marked one ind comes after three of ful aud service in the public in a ar Howell though young seems destined to rise to greater success in chosen Is of Will Hold City Convention row Rev Lewis Will Speak lit tue City hall the Prohibition convention will be held A platform wl 1 be then ed and the municipal will be Hev C r of will address the convention will bo present Extinguished Flames and Saved the Barn and Small Adjoining Shed Call of Sti t n nts i d i for Hi fall which is sell to S As In -1 the lor al seasons he wiil b a minstrel show the id John Novel's BlR company no Aug US train No on the SI Louis Sai load Wm was depo at HIM None of the pas or trainmen were hurt A flew open after the engine and baggage car had passed The mall car wan derailed and dragged feet the ties The passengers were shaken up although was I slowly Secretary Taft aided In ro- th timid tary Taft was route from field Mo to Kansas City when the wreck occurred The wreck delayed him three hours necessitating A change In tbe plans for his here ROCKEFELLERS NOT TO TESTIFY A- C C Superintendent of the Barnes Co Coal are located a few miles below town was the works oti day he heard cries of lire hastily around he saw home leaping from a sued ad- Joining mine burn A able amount of straw was in the a the time and two horses und a and the flames under headway much damage would have Tin alarm of fire spread to the dwelling ind al rushed toward the A bucket uade composed of men women and children with unwonted celerity Water WHS thus an I on the and lashing and were soon To women Is due glory for had they not worked as heroically as they enough men could not have been brought to fire from the nearby to have enabled formation of complete and effective me brigade The source ol the tire Is unknown State Veterinarian to Ask More Power to Prevent Spread of Animal Contagion Dr Paul Fischer state veterinarian is at now to secure at hands of the legislature at its session the coming winter an amendment of the law governing his depart reference t powers In preventing the shipment of animals Into the slit that are infected with contagions In gard to the matter he The law gives the live stock full to keep Infected out where the Infection is plain but it not give any power or means to make inves llons In cases where the Infection is and not readily dis- What In Is power to make Investigations an 1 a sufficient to pay for the work if tin are to give ua what they are Intended to Jive Immunity from the many inn diseases of domestic from neighbor suffer ihr ami it comp i tiv vv 1 w md iful in i is mil i in the olio that bookings throughout the season will than support n pir on of higher pi A of successes will be is well as of the There wil also be i of from the Kiske list of plays In through the will be a number of the i proved to be such hm last season Oil ri ni fair week the famous Chi catto Company will be at Sixth This company made the mer season at Niagara Falls and the strength of the company Is shown J by the statement that in several years not a change in its personnel b en made It is considered the to meet President Roosevelt at the stock company of the day Yacht Club at and it without that It N Y next Saturday afternoon The will play to capacity houses object of conference not Its entire In the city i According to the report Mr Cal ahan the amuse Secretory Root will make the Journey outlook at this time moat en- from place In an automobile and he the most and the president will cross year no far In his Inland from Bay In tory of new play i yacht New York Auu W IB that the tlon into the affairs of Standard Oil company of New which will begin here S will tin carried on without John D Rockefeller Rockefeller or H Kogers called on to testify Frank H special counsel for the In the Investigation that there was a possibility that the investigation might bo to the records and of the company in which case it is not at alt that any of tha higher officials of the company will he questioned Root to Meet Roosevelt Press New York It has report that Secretary Root has planned SHEET STEEL MILL IS SOLD AT LAST Marietta Aug Co of Philadelphia at bankruptcy sale bought for the town and Marietta Sheet and coal lands near Cambridge This the third time the property waa of- for eale on the two former casions no appearing AMENT WAS SENT TO JAIL Fred was tuts morning bound over to common court in the sum of and in default was committed to the county Jail by Squire He caught at by Chief Mapel back to city The offense for which he was wanted is of an character and If convicted It will take him to the penitentiary came here from by Attorney R P hees the prosecution being ter by Attorney Glenn All Live in Within UM of hanaa could fart ex could be placed lew
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