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Coshocton Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 14, 1908, Coshocton, Ohio COSHOCTON WEEKLY TIMES COSHOCTON OHIO 14 1908 New Series Volume 7 No 27 ON MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION COUNCIL ORDERS THE SALOON CARD GAMES TO BE STOPPED THREATEN TO SELECT A DELEGATION UNLESS TAFT MANAGERS PROMISE FAT JOBS important session of Conference For Preservation of City New Fire Horse Bought and Six More Boxes to Be Installed Our National Resources The city council last night put the kibosh on all games played in places in which liquor is sold with the ex- ception of pool and billiards Mayor Hamilton presented the ordinance with the recommendation to the cil that it was one that the city needed very badly He claimed that the greater proportion of fights and other troubles that occur in such places are the direct result of such games The council took to the ordinance at nice and by a full vote the rules were suspended and the paper passed through the second and third and finally passed with full cord It goes into effect at once ter it has had the necessary tion For the first convicted case of of- fense against the ordinance a fine of more than may For the second a fine of not more than may be assessed It is not necessary that the game be played money Should the game be played at all an offense has been committed Six New Alarm Boxes An ordinance presented by the Board of Public Safety providing for an appropriation to the board of was passed The money is to be used to obtain six extra fire alarm boxes and two and a half of wire To Clean Up Prison to be expended to repair the city prison which is deplorably unsanitary The council was taken through the jail the meeting night and was given a pood idea of its condition Tile floor is rough and the cement is broken so tivat sreat holes collect water after bing and retain it until it becomes The air is foul and on days is nauseating The cil I he need Continued on Page Eight ASTUTE REPUBLICAN LEADERS FRAME UP A PLOT ON VORYS The Postmastership at Coshocton and Newark Are the Rewards Demanded on the Pain of Discrediting the Program in Ohio PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GREETS GOVERNORS OF MANY STATES AT THE WHITE conference of governors at the White House was by President to discuss tho protection ol tbo Irrigation protection of lands public coal lands and tho homestead laws The is entirely both on account of the nature of the subjects lo ho considered and on account of thu varied partisan of thoso lit attendance It is the first lime n of kind was ever held nt the White House and It is felt that it will do much in strengthen the bonds of unity between and break down the barriers of section and parly Authorities on Concrete Building Are on Way to Coshocton to Look Over the Situation ies by reason on of il and whi their experiences ai will arrive in ate lo over tKo local It is not too much i that they will later be tho list who will seek either for tho designing or con- of tho two big bridges Those men are of Chicago tho holder of the ThaCher patent for concrete bridge erection and Mr Crawford of of tho vice president of he Ohio Electric lines Mr Crawford has had experience in building concrete structures for this electric road which last year took over Schoepf lines including the Columbus Newark company These men are skilled bridge ois and their visit to this city cates that the news of new bridges been pretty well the country by this time and ban awakened Interest among contractors engineers and bidders in Washington a prelude to the conference for the conservation of the natural resources of the try President Roosevelt gave a ner at the White House to the nors who are here to attend the con- ference It was the first social tion at which the president of the United States met the chief tives of the various and tories The invited guests were Chief Justice Fuller and Associate Justices Harlan Brewer White McKenna Holmes Day and Moody of the court Secretary of the Interior Secretary of Agriculture Wilson whose departments are concerned In the conference Vice President Fairbanks Speaker Cannon Senators Newlands and Bankhead Representative Theodore Burton Brigadier MacKenzie F H Newell Herbert Knox Smith Gilford Pinchot and W J McGeo of the inland waterways commission William Jennings Bryan Andrew J Hill Former Governor ge C Pardee John F Hill and John Mitchell CONFINED TO HOME 1 II is confined to his homo on Wilson avenue with an acute Attack of Stops to Kill Snake His Horses Run Off n Weiss Seems to Be the Whole t Miss the girl pitcher of and her sister compose the class of tiie school The Commencement WHS to been held on June fi but as Mins la to a of ball in Dayton on the day following date of the commencement been ed to Thursday June 21 for Mind Weiss accommodation to tako Tu of Dutch Hun ilo wido was trying to liis runaway loam Tho loam but M to mill a half to catch up was on his way to ton and lie reached Dutch Run n bin a vory venomous tho road in front of Iho toarn Mr was in a and have passed tho bin for tho fact that it climbed and made faci between the boa nix Ho at him an- out of bis with and murder in hii Tho of the whip hordes and iway 1 hey MO snaKe was forgotten as Iho ion man on lae hot country road full till after Ilie flying Soon they disappeared troin and he up a good not know or how ho would lind thorn As tiie team passed Iho houses on tho way were put into tolling the house above that a runaway was coming and to come out and slop il Tho toum ton for Iho telephone and in several cases passed word was re One of horses finally fell two wore captured E WILL NOT M FOB CONGRESS Canton May of Alice recently a candidate for tho democratic tion have been ursins him to become a candidate for congress in the district The convention will be held June 3 at Alliance Mr erene You can say for me that my friends will do me a favor by ceasing thin Rotation as I positively will not allow the use of nay name Mayor Carlisle the only avowed candidate I was assessed Tin Mayor the man order to the street J fur iin the Youngster Lands Right Side Up GOES TO WORK ON Joe Medley appeared before the Mayor this morning on of Intoxication He pleaded guilty but unable to pay fine taat Xew May When to sparrows Robert aged years fell out of a window of his home on the third Moor of an Bast Seventeenth street building and landed in a sitting post tiro in a baby carriage which had been left on the walk Mis mother stairs expecting o see him dead or terribly injured She him too frightened to cry A hospital surgeon found no more Injury than bruise on Uic arm ed by tho child too rail of the The nigger has been chased out of the wood pile It was a ilick scheme to be sure and the county republican organization thought they had ly covered up their tracks The Times has received a straight tip however that discloses the tive for the alleged great solicitude on the part of the bosses over the ing of tiie so called harmony gram It also reveals the motive for t sny editorials on death j affects the program and explanations of the chaotic conditions in the Seventeenth district j PLOT IS j True these conditions are chaotic but they will be more BO when Vorys throws down his hand and shows j these Foraker leaders that their little game is up These trips of Matt McConnell and other trusty Taft lead era to Columbus this week have not been for nothing The plot stands re which fact is a for it was such a clever one POST OFFICE IS BASIS Strange as it may seem the whole revolt against the program was hatched in the Coshocton pott office Postmaster S M Snyder's to hold his nice little plum for another four years is at the bottom of the whole scheme The alleged design to elect a pair cf Foraker delegates to the national convention thus breaking the solid Taft delegation from Ohio and dis- crediting President Roosevelt's before the eyes of the whole nation is pimply a club that in swung over the head of manager Vorys to gain his promise that Snyder in Taft ascends to the president's chair as Teddy's will be returned to his prcs ent berth THE ENDORSEMENT It represented to Vorys that of delegates being ill tlic i friending of n For- aker endorsement could be removed and in the a endorsement purchased rt the price of the ton postoffice and perhaps a little federal Postmaster Heisey of wris let into the grime and probably he ex to get another in the same manner LOSS OF SMYSER With Smyser alive it is believed that could have worked this game with the peace program framed up on the sixth of April when it was understood that Foraker delegates were to be instructed for Taft thought he could get his promise of a second term in this ner and probably he could with and McCoy's aid With Smyser gone the less adroit politicians remaining have framed Up a bolder game They would compel Vorys to hand over these two post offices under the threat of discrediting Taft before the whole country Bold game for politicians of Licking mid Coshocton to play wasn't The Chaotic Conditions loaders have boon vory gracious to tho news papers lolling thorn bow chaotic con- ditions aro ami Imw II will bo for UK program to bi- from and rabid in tho district who will bo with loss than two lo Chicago They KOI Cincinnati Into gamo and Tuesday n story under dale Hue in apparent of all that ami other peace boon to loll Vorys is Told Vorys would navn boon and I'd Ici Iho nf the tors I'm a loal In one III till Ilie liVO Iho now I of Iho fully Il ha olio of Ih holdout I III I no politics Mini in the ulio such 1 11 i I i c s r 11 11 ATTEMPT TO BLOW T Columbus O May attempt on the lives of Agostine an Italian and seven of his household consisting of his aged father wife and five ren was made about 3 o'clock day morning when the family was sound asleep at their home 200 North Grant avenue At least two of dynamite had been placed near the side steps of the house and with the explosion of one stick the steps and door together with the windows of the house were wrecked The ond piece of explosive failed to ignite and to this incident and his family owe their lives None was in- jured FIND PREACHER WHO RECEIVED CONFESSION Nomination is Forgotten UK am line i nominal Inn I'm ni all Inn It'll II wil the op In i ii In i In in two Tall men will In world coming IM so Tli men w in vasl and il will lax In mil of Id has been In bad limes anil may have a i M il ol I wo I n exhibit v I In I I I fill JOSEPH LOVE ELECTED COMMANDER TO SUCCEED LATE ISAAC ROSS is eli I i II MC of uj e A Cti ill 1 ilii only a- a anil liis ll belli a I Tlie s I was I lie en a nil a 1 as Love lias in and of his Rival in in ol n t ifin Mr be was a of K of 1 10 V I In tins company he was a fifer liis time out ho enlisted in Company of Ihi rd which was in at Ml In this he wa- a of the until arrived in he made clerk of tho In all Mr served months Following flection Mr was installed and the of the A on for Day of Joa Fames and has I Hie v ill lo t lie on ilie Sunday before val ion I lay lie Mrs Lingafelter Seeks Release of Husband and Son Mrs Mary of Newark who was tried and convicted of ory In Coshocton two years IIRO finite on tho bench and Iho verdict was later set Is in today lust now In procuring for her who is in the her son In Mansfield reformatory Her in com- o Is to secure Iho application for parole the of some of the who re- viewed the Baltimore May Gunness hildren were chloroformed of ourse said the Rev E A Schell of he LaPorte Methodist church hare and then the house was fired ver them But the woman's body ound in the was not Mrs IBS It was to the Rev Mr Schell that Ray Lamphere the former hired man on the place made his first confession He was called East ly after his second with Lamphere but probable received a fuller measure of the latter's dence than anyone in the Indiana town Did Lamphere have anything to do with MI'S other the clergyman was asked I am sure lie war innocent of all but that of was the reply but of the he was very jealous GRAND AND PETIT JURIES ARE DRAWN The jury was brought into this noon to Iho ship of the Jury which come in June and ol ih petit jury which reports Juno v Juries are made up as follows Grand Jury Marry was II S Franklin Hurl lo oilier was K New Castle Ceo Miller has Tusea ra WIH Virginia Petit Jury H Mill Creek John Slewail i was Fied Caton Lafayette John was S Clark Clark John I 1 Kranklin Silas Monroe K K New 1 I Oxford S 15 Linton C Walker Crawford lames Jackson Win John McDonald Virginia SCHOTT FURNISHES BOND I Schott who was appointed of the Rink company filed his bond of with I W nnd R B well as F L Fuhr timed over the books of to Mr Scott and It matter will bf Matted up few
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