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Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 11, 1902, Hamilton, Ohio THE D. 1814. K FIRST PART -I N 1 1, 1902 THE WEEK Tho State Fee Commission mad an Important ruling yesterday to tli comity ba allowed for county record only ten cents for each subjee which Ilia county have acted Tills will ma cut down the edby county auditors this The county commissioners to day and passed the following Barney 6 days services a elevator engineer at tlie court 110.45. 9- Golden and labor court L.A. service as ia Bridge par 60 per on Dry Fork bridge Charles guard rails on Town and Chris three bridges on Hill road at Sipp John bridge on Middletown pike at bridge over Two Mile creek part pay for t on Sevenmile Mrs. George H. ly Miss Phoebe died at her home in St. Clair Township at i clock this morning of aged 55 She was horn in and had lived in this vicinity all her band alone Kliza beloved wife of John Lodder died at hor homo at 101 Beckett Street at o'clock day afternoon of a complication 62 4 months ami She had been in iii health for some timo and death to mercifully terminate her She was born in Cincinnati bad lived in this city for the past five She had been confined to her bed from her illness for the six The maiden name of Mrs. Lodder was Eliza Mary Her in. country and were respected German people who emigrated to this country and Cincinnati where the daughter was August Sho received her education in that city and was there John Lodder in She came to this city with and located resided all her after life in the homo where she Besides the bereaved six children Charles and Miss Mary Throughout her domestic life she was ever a kind and loving a devoted wife and a motherly Christian and She was loved and respected by all who knew her and the mem ory of her kind and gentle life will long be deeply Night before as many was very but that it was cold enough to freeze one's feet is hard to At any rate a boy about five years old to Dr. Monday suffering with frozen Tho had been clone the night before the youngster was in It is supposed that the little fellow with both feet exposed and in this way they were Presbytery First Presbytery of the United inn Church of Ohio met at Tronton General church business was attended to and commissioners to the general assembly which meets at College Iowa were ed. The program for the day was as Christian and tho Rev. Dr. Christian and the Rev. Dr. and the Sunday J. Christian and J. W. Moderator J. A. nf presided over the ing ANOTHER Heaton Street Seriously The At an meeting held a night or two a number of known citizens and mechanics ing in tho Fifth Ward very seriously and earnestly discussed the tion of a now building Tho matter was canvassed and talked over and it was so favorably considered that at an- other meeting is to be held this week possibly and by at the it Is regarded that an will txi Names Men but that most if selected will bo the ton street Building mid Loan VOL. 75 NO. MRS. WALTER DEAD Widow ol the Late Jacob Walter of Old Margaret widow of ing at 2 o'clock of old The de- ceased was horn in Juno 2.0, 1S22 She camo to this country years ago and In ISU was married to Jacob Walter at Sha was a member of St. Joseph's Church and church She was mother of twelve children seven of whom vive ono son of and six Miss Mary Mrs. Andrew Mrs. Magnus V. stoiner and Mrs. John of The funeral will bo held day morning at o'clock from the house and at 0 o'clock from St. Joseph's Burial St. Stephen's Mary S. Miss Mary S. Utter died iii her room in the Scott Building on High street this morning at 9 o'clock of Sho was 'a Beam lived liero with her Tho will ha shipped to hor homo at M. T. Honry Marpe of died at his homo 5. The deceased was a cousin of Mrs. ence Dwyer of this did O'HARA IS NOW IN CUSTODY Aliened Swindler Gives Himself At Dec. the Suited States Court opened for tho first man to step the bar was W. W. the fugitive turf against whom an indictment was pending in hat At his side was or of tho Cincinnati who last night placed him under ar- rest at at the Hotel Berry in that where ho was re- the name of Judge 3'Hnm under heard lis plea of not and until the first Tuesday in February next at bond for appearance was at COL. ALEX GORDON HERE Returns to Hamilton After Absence of Three Col. Alex Gordon returned home nst evening after an absence of three He is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Earl of North Third Col. Gordon iias been in Germany most of ho timo since he was last He well and was warmly greeted by many TWO NEW INJUNCTION Fight The secured Two were against Canal Transportation Church J. E. G. C. C. A. A. T. 0. W. W. M. J. T. and D. D. as of tno Methodist Episcopal Church of Oxford have filed an larte petition in tho common pleas asking for authority to sell real They say trustees and or tho use of tho church they bold he title to 131 and 132 in ord which has ordered hem to sell and invest Iho funds for ho purpose of more ble and more modern parsonage is on real estate owned by the ami on which its of worship now stands and they ask or authority of court to so comply the wishes of the Details of Barney's Dec. Barney her father A. C. Barney had ocen Buffering from heart trouble and BS going to Monto when he an attack at a He the journey and died at a Mr. Barney formerly lived in 0., and married a daughter f S. N. Pake of A Serenade Floradora William proprietor the a delightful on tho of his birthday A of selections were sung Sic and at were ponded to be Harvey Harding Joo and William COURT NOTES OF THE DAI Vail a Divorc Today Wife Is Restored tier Na Carter's Legal Mario Vail lias been granted a di from her Willard Vail on thu ground o gross of duty and has buy restored to hor o Mario woro unn ried in Clinton a year ag last November and have no Tn I ho case of Anna Carter Grant Carter tho answer of Gran Carter lias been denies he was t his on August 4, lint say they weio married in Ohio on August He admit the birth bf the two children ha Ims guilty of neglect of duty or to for Mi He denies that he has bwn guilty of extreme that he eve to shoot ami kill his that on October 12, he lit He since Bind date bis wife lu parents and have from him and to children from to al low him to visit or speak to It says ho has kept and a good homo fo but that she refuse to return to him and that uf ter she left her relatives am other induced by her to broke into his home and carriet nearly all of the household that sho ordered and required to retun said may ho denied a divorce that he may be awarded custody of the children and lie asks other proper The case floty Long and others hais to the circuit court Frank Doty as administrator of the Answer In the case of James ad- ministrator of the estate of against Willian Hagan and Theodore H. Bock been appointed guardian ai of Mary and John Hasan am has filed an admitting the allegations in the petition and con- senting to the sale of tho real at private Tn the case of Jerome P. Marvin against James W. Jones and other the cross petition of Mantle E. Davis has been She says that on January 2'., 1900 she was the owner of about 179 acres of land in which auditor of the county at fax sale and that on January 17.1900 at the re- John W. Fenton the said this The auditor issued and delivered a tax ills are Elizabeth and sale certificate for a tract ol 161.40 Mary who own to a named bv said 30 acres along tho canal in Lemon John W. Fenton as M. but and Howard Young who this the defendant says thero is no such person ag M but that John W. Fonton has adopted name in which to carry out the business of purchasing st tax sale having certificates therefore issued to M. She says that John W. Fenton is the real owner of the real estate ami that no person named Simpson is interested Sho further says that since that time Fenton has paid taxes on the land but she says tho description of the land in the tax certificate is so indefinite defective that it not cover any to the and the sate thereof is The defendant further says that Konton has a lion upon land fur taxes sho has tendered lo him which six per cent interest and is now ready to She therefore prays the court to find the amount due her to pay tho aside the tax title and tho cate of conveyance and grant her other proper relief in the and docs land WILLARD STAND IN THIS COUNTY at a uf to He will be tried ARE AS PREDICTED Ordinance Creating Them is Prepared Today of Control Will In All Prohibit Ity Pass it No Further Action As In TUB o tonight will In all probability in ordinance into four leaving th city Second and Fourth as they and consolidating Third am warda into one ward under tin and number of tho Under instructions received tho ordinance was drawn up by and it will bfl sub It now seems certain am very probably passed It i. not known that any further will bo taken tonight in the way o legislating number of city etc. their bonds salaries bo done before first of Jan ary mid by LIST OF THE Entries For Yhe Hamilton Poultry Tho Butler County Poultry Pigeon and Belgian Hire tion is making groat preparation foi its annual show lobe held in ley's hall December u and IB This is the fourth exhibit of the as and it trying to make it the greatest 01 Already entries have made and thu show promises to u partial lint of who will exhibit is as James William William W. C. W. Knicker J. W. 1'. Dubbs and O. W. Nelson Soutli MEN IN SESSION Board Holds Its Meeting to Adjust The federated board of the Cincin and Dayton s in session at the House Tho representatives rill continue in session probably day and The men are considering relating to and when they a conclusion as to what ren they desire they will their requests to Genera Superintendent SUICIDE Court That Insurance In Such Cases Is 10-The United supreme in of ho Knights Tamplar and Insurance holds that is not a defense against th a life insurance policy nd that the Missouri suicide statute s In another casa it was held that to pay a premium renders he insurance policy Jones J. K. Jonos at station yesterday afternoon August of street had been mid drew a pistol on ay Jones boards at and doesn't to gct Upon investigation today tho was found to require no action and nono A Bunch of iro McGreevy happily his fifty-fourth birthday today and received Today Iso the birthday anniversary was of of Sheriff Luke a number of Church Methodist t which or several weeks was While closed nents Speaks At Frances ot tho Miami ill address the Cincinnati on tho School HORSE OWERS TO CCM BINE Plan a Co-operation SUbl in and horse wll interested in whie appeared In ft paper yes A number of local horsi who keop their a livery barns are the pro position for tho of stabling their anl in onu barn Oy so doing re duce Dio cost of object of association is rent a barn and then hire two men t care for tho horses and Each member of tho chid will bo re quested to pay so much a Hi sum to ho much than is to Those who agitating the organization of the clul believe that by cloven or more moi going a horse and can bo kept for per Th present rate is per NEWS OF AN OXFORD DAY Noted Singers to be Heard To morrow Night on Wednesday After Happenings and Personal H- The recital bj Arthur Van German can Barytone at the Western College Wednesday 10, SO c. Tickets and plat at Edward Bailor the drayman is ill Jacob Fox returned to yesterday after a visit to Wear was at Hamilton Beaton transacted bu at Cincinnati James Hughes loft yesterday on tho road Swift and A hot old is an tho i n football Second team of Miami University which defeated an Oxford team recently by a score of 27 to 0. The lino of ford's will be us follows and make a very strong aggregation of men who will average 1GO Walter Thomas Walter Louis B. L. Walter stead L. Glen L. Nelson the Percy L. game will no doubt bo very hotly The home team arc positive of winning while Miami is confident along the same The price of admission will be small so lot all lovers of the sport turn Albert McDonald was at Hamiltor The ladies of tho reading rooms wish us to announce that tbo booths in the to be hold the town hall on- Thursday and day nights Dec. 11 and will con- tain all kinds of articles for sate and that the spelling bee would occur on Thursday night the Elegant will be Much credit is due Marshal John Woodruff for the manner in which lio sifted the stork Ho had liis man spotted a day before tho thief left Oxford and watched every move the man It was the intention to have arrested lini before he made the running jump for tho train and was just on the verge of so. Try those delicious pork loins and dainty links of fresh sausage at Sea Food House received fresh every Attorney of at- tho at tho Oxford College last The following invitation has been Mr. and Mrs. D. Brato requests tho honor of your nco thp of their Blanch May to Mr. Howard 18th 7 Oxford James Patterson gone to his Honda home where he will spend he Oxford College Recital by 6th 8 m. meeting tonight Royal Arcanum to after which a lunch will be Lot all members be and join in Is working at tering trade at Canal Tho case of the commissioners of Montgomery County against the and Krin Canal the Miami of y iii the common FATAL EXPLOSION IN COAL MINES at Costs Lives Box of Dynamite ped by a Mine Worker Ten Three of Whom Will Die Strong Before Strike Dec. fatal explosion occurred in tho South Wilkesbarre Minos today and a re- party at onco wont in. It lias been Ascertained that four men were killed and ton three probably Tho ion was caused by the dropping of a of dynamite weighing fifty Twenty men were near it. Ons did upt Strong Testimony For a-j nines a minor formerly ployed by Marklc be- fore the that when ho complained that tho breast 1m was working was ho was Uild if ho worked any other breast he would not bo any Another Marlde miner said the him cents a gallon for oil that was sold a fuw miles for for paper COURT OF FORESTERS a correct list f the tho court tho Independent which 11 t h p of Mrs. H. J. Tho new court which is to be known as Charity was organized in Hall and about 200 now members of the Gem City Court were Tho new court is composed of twenty now were from the Star Court which was organized hero years ago and allowed to run Tho initiation work of the Dayton was After work was over Organizer Mrs. and team cap- Ainsworth woro presented with beautiful remembrances by Charity The work of organization was by a dancing and Tho new officers court Mrs. Minor chief Mrs. Katherine vice chief Mrs. Anna Mrs. Mrs. recording Mary financial Mrs. senior Mrs. junior Miss Edith Annu Mrs. Junior Mrs. I PERSONAL 5 Frank is in o Willis and mother Mrs. tho day n Frifz Mayer was in veiling lo assist Kaller U a faculty Philip Beiser and Callie spent in spent ay Ust of lho foek to spend the winter ivos and in this city tho daughter of hos Stewart atul spent her girlhood Mr. and Mrs. George xr Wortendyke nd Miss Margaret will at end a big wedding In lorrow Mrs. C. D. dav la on business Belle Malloy with friends in Max Meaner ot Anderson in this city j Davis of on Long t
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