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Coshocton Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 27, 1909, Coshocton, Ohio TIMES MAY 27 1009 New Volume 8 No 2t Hospital Proposition Formally at Session of Council NT WEEK AT THE Flood of Resignations ROBT WAYNE HAS NORTH QUITS May N B era I Robert Wynne at Leaden ed hie office today Consul John Griffiths at Liverpool will probably be nominated to him day and E Dana deputy of ie ed to succeed him North's Won to due to the recent controversy with Secretary Nagei Two Men Are Badly Cut by Broken Oh 149 PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE PUNCTUALITY 1 Address i Sunday Up 30 mid Graduating Friday J Off Ladder and Plunges Into Transom Artery in Right Arm Severed and Muscle Is Almost Gouged Marlon Roee received terribly right arm afternoon about 4 o'clock while putting a partition at the Roee building eft N Third street An artery was ed a big musete nearly cut in two and many were te close the wound Mie Rose had mounted m step ladder In his and sought to rest one foot on a projection that wan not firm In this manner be lost hie balance and to save himself from falling grabbed for the casing of a transom Instead tola band plunged through the Losing bis footing Rose fell to the floor below and in this his hand thr broken window coming into violent contact with the An Ugly Wound With blood wonnd Rote was to a doctor it was ascertained that an artery had been cut near the elbow and the large on the Inside of the arm nearly severed A cut several Inches long made which required Dr Carr to take twenty stitches In order to close It Is believed that the will heal without permanent Injury Jonn Fab At Court Imagines flat Some One Gave Him 9 Cuts On Face and Scrip John better known ai oM man who lives in Roscoe wae the victim of a bad dent evening about and wae taken to the city hall fer copiously from Sapt C E the public schools Wednesday awning made public the complete for commencement week the ten public schools M addition te the formal Ve week will be devoted te In all For the first time probably ki the i grades save the at high history of the schools accurate has been made of the Baccalaureate Is who have neither been absent Sixth Street Theatre Sill tardy whole year p M young will receive Lovely tae recognition on promotion day by tng given of If Graeper their punctuality and attendance I Baccalaureate Standard This will be more than souvenirs L K they will show that of tie have become trained in a habit which Rubinstein i will be valuable In after i fat 8 Sweezey Punctuality and faithfulness In the Commencement of Grade small things of school life mean a Sixth Street Theatre June continuance in after life i 1st P M The complete let In all Program ed among the buildings is as High Fisher Zelpha Invocation t H Peters Goodin Clary ton Myrtle Swalley Glenn Helen Russell Hagan Ross A Ake Ralph Merrill Morford Piano solo Wood Fred Ruseell Paul 1 A Dream Russell Wagoner Ralph Crane I The Pipes RUth Hey Gertrude Helm Violin Poole Herman Abbott Moore Recitation Irvine Tom's Mary Cohen Piano M Car Hav May Shepler Ing and Prizes Rev W M Hamilton Public The afte noon of Thti 3 from 2 to 4 o'clock exhibitions of work of pupils will be held In all the corns throughout the city The purpose 1s to give an plunged clear through the glees door at the bottom of the and i Thought He Waa Dead Ionise Warner In the vicinity of the Mary Marta court house heard the crash and Taylor Leone Hogan Hannah Harris to the scene Ed Jacobs one of Charlotte Adams Marguerite Platt the fliat to arrive thought the man Edna Cantwell Ruth Total had been killed Ms fall but In a few minutes he detected faint I Bancroft Building A w con- S the City S s i rau i win be left side of the face scripts of all wo.k Said H Was I nature manual Wednesday morning the man was Rice James mining etc and allowed to go home Dorothy Arbogast He declared that he had been pushed MerreM lown by two men who bad Roth Elsie run away Chief Mapel made an the Is In STRAIGHTWAY NAME OF 3 NEW LEVY Will BE 12.55 MILLS Gty Dads Vote to Meet of Recent Search For Would Regulate the Drain 15th Street Sewer COUNCIL IN BRIEF Hospital proposition formally Committee en hospital named by President Stacy Ordinance appropriating for of search fer drowning accident victims City tax levy for 1910 from 10.7 mills te 12.85 Codifying ordinance placed In hands of finance committee Ordinance Introduced te it discharge of roof water on streets Wheeling to be asked to mit a storm sewer te be laid un- der tU right of way Fees of assistant ed paid 56 MEMBERS OF LINCOLN ASSOCIATION TJie sum which local chairman W King sent In to the Lincoln Farm Association up to the present time amounts to 116 given by six people tbe majority of it In ings of twenty-five cents which is tbe amount asked for in Individual con- by the association Mr King was appointed chairman upon recommendation of Mayor ilton and be glad to receive tions from any one in the county Handsomely engraved of membership In the Farm sociation are given to all donors Mr King has been In charge of the work for elz weeks and is by J M aa treasurer listed mediate and thorough Investigation and talked with persons who were in the vicinity when the accident curred but found nothing to the claim Argument for Hospital was brought Into the city hall with Wood while tile city council was discussing tbe hospital proportion This looks like a premeditated job on the part of some of these remarked one of the city dads as was taken to the rear of the building Thursday evening June 3 at Sixth St Theatre Part I Representation of last class meeting of 09 In which Helen gives class Pearl Carroll the First Jones Total Sycamore Building Clal The hospital proposition wae evening the promoters rig waited until a favorable ty before submitting It to the city legislative body A good sited headed by Judge as Attorney T H Wheeler Dr C C Carr and Including a number of physicians appeared having In their the petition for thlt Im- signed by 2600 persons The council acted immediately by appointing a committee of three to confer with the doctors and te proper legislation en the sub- set The delegation was to answer queries In regard to all phases of the proposition its cost ita extent Its of tion etc Thr council evidently re- the proposition with a great deal of Interest and it prepared to deal with It fairly and promptly Session In Detail All the were present at to nay 1400 and that they expected the city to pay the remainder which Is about the eanie He reported that be held a check from Mre for as part of the reward for the finding of Uie body of John He lias not yet paid this over to Miss the tinder of the body pending the payment of the re- ward offered by the com mlee loners The New Tax tevy The council rare tho readings and to the ordinance establishing a tax levy for the city for the year 1910 The total la 13.65 In against 10.70 for the present year due mostly tu an In the Public Safety The Items of Uie levy are General 1 Public Health Safety Hoard 3 35 mill Board I I plays the Hamilton Part II Selections by Glee Club university Athens Poole Total 8 of seventeen members UNDE SHED I HOG Walnut Building Sixth Ruth William Stilgenbauer Fifth Clary Third Hudson Inland Albert Gertrude Miller Total 8 South Lawn Building Seventh en Mary Charles Brink Clarence Mulford Aubrey Wendt Edgar Wagoner Bartholow Reoner Part III Presentation of Who's Who or All In a Foi Caste con- sists of Minnie Harris Lillian Russell Klasner Carl and Lawrence Bell Part IV Music by the Glee Club Commencement Sixth Street e Friday June 4 P M to the Woods Strauss While at work with timber day afternoon Louis Geog of Spring Mountain had his leg broken by a heavy log falling Mr Geog had been cutting trees and when one of tbe heavy ones fell his right leg was caught between the tree and a ling breaking U below the knee High School Gloe Clarence Invocation Rev J T Goodrich rr A u of the Forge Sixth High School Glee Club of Education Howard Wagoner Sarah Jackson Mae Randies Thee Private Citizens and Lodges Will Endow Hospital Beds O i sv K n i Club J rtl 7 in Politics Harry BOW o I Valedictory i Grade Vivian Opal of n j I Ketile Class Add Walter gle I Pint tal 28 Robert Myers tbe IT wtH NW AMI 4 tante Building In nej of May will Mp Dr J V Dean of of Arts and mate sity of J H Weet Mr Hlley moved that tlie e atlon of the codifying ordinance be taken from the ordinance committee and turned over to the finance com- All voted except ple Bills fer Rescue Club Mayo Hamilton reported his to the on the of getting them to pny a of the of the search for the bodies of the drowning horror of 2 He reported they had agreed 1 PERISH IN SOUTHERN GALE 2.00 City Pays Its Part An ordinance was given the readings and authorlx- Ing tho Hoard of Hwlth to pay part of the for the of the of the drowning victims amount not to exceed Waste Water en Streets An ordinance given Its having Itw aim to prohibit the root or waste water the of the city out a of vice This measure U designed to better the of street in rainy weather the with water that from many having no cept acroM the wolks Street Sewer The council learned Unit U Is to secure an outlet for a storm newer drains Fifteenth street and other fares In the northeast part of town Hall the mini of for the to through ills It WAD that a outlet would be down Arthur to the Wheeling thence to the outlet The Clerk was instructed to communicate the Wheeling relative to having this on their right of for a distance of feet Fee of Solicitor Solicitor Williams that fee of Jaa for In the Johnson and Stewart tbe city wan for each Mr Caldwell turned that Uw be paid The Hospital Proposition much tlon He declared that the petition contained signers Including all of the labor element as being numerous Said Our growth the tast years rapid but we have great nwd of a our growth ban reached a that a public hospital baa be- come an absolute No other town of stato of our slie is without such Institution Several of our manufacturers have to endow a apiece and others realising the crying need will follow example only that council make a cere and careful Investigation Into their and do all that In their power We all kaow that work at the Glow will be and many will come from there In a few months may find herself in an appalling situation un- less some are taken Attorney Wheeler These have been by every heavy taxpayer in the tbe beads of all prominent manufactories by nearly all buMneee men and thinking people of the city at Some Estimates ef Cost When the hospital boomers were tor Dr Carr placed the estimated coat at to 000 besides the of partly the until the becomes accustomed to use It one or two years It Is be- lered the Institution become practically In meantime certain fraternal orders this city witling to guarantee he of tbe two Judge to aay that If council ted any doubt about that guarantee that be could It n 48 hours from men ta rated In to query moM not owing to in mi K tbe to election to a ease Patients tpan ex- pewees to be by private ex- or by the would admitted however The ny free wards an the place would be lie endowed ones Aa to whether the city could raise money now by bowl the U wae answered In the affirmative Bonds for public buildings can be ued to the extent of 2 per cent of the whole valuation has floated a bond on this question but can raise more before coming In conflict with the law Dr Carr said that the proposed plan called for a large with a capacity of besides a num her of separate rooms President Appoints Committee Mr moved that tbe ter be given definite start by asking that the president of council name three on hospital to report at next meeting On committee named R B Mr and Clalr They are to meet with of medical society won and learn their flans and t Press Telegram Ky May 24 Reports today Indicate that storms In the south have cost and much damage to In Alabama on the Mobile A City railroad forced the company to an- nul all trains between Newton and Meridian In high winds struck Liberty and reporte a beat MI Tatoo river with drowned f Fairly W m Officers The County Sunday school tion at Conesville Wednesday after- noon elected the following President M J AI mack Nellie Vice Clyde Barnes Secretary Miss Grace Carr Field Secretary Hev D S penter Treasurer Stephen W Herbert N H M J WILL SPEAK AT EXERCISES AT ROSCOE Ashman has accepted the Invitation to make the address in the cemetery at Roscoe next Sunday afternoon the of the will to decorate the of their dead comrade In case tie weather IH not favorable the will be In the Roscoe church After the the of the W R C will atrew flowers on the riven In memory of the and liave never been recovered Anthony of Is reported M la at j A
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