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   Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 11, 1902, Hamilton, Ohio                                THE ESTABLISHED''A. D. 1814. K FIRST PART -I N TELEGRAPH, HAMILTON, OHIO, THURSDAY, DKCKMBKR 1 1, 1902 THE WEEK SATURDAY. Tho State Fee Commission mad an Important ruling yesterday to tli ctfoct tliat comity aiidltoi shall' ba allowed for Indcxin county commissioners' record only ten cents for each subjee which Ilia county commissioner? have acted upon. Tills will ma torlnlly cut down the amonnt'collect edby county auditors (or this work. The county commissioners 'met to day and passed the following bills: Barney Kllers, 6 days services a elevator engineer at tlie court Jiouso 110.45. 9- Golden and others, labor court house, L.A. Dillon, service as ongineei ia Bridge Company, par pay, 60 per cent, on Dry Fork bridge Charles Early, guard rails on I'oas. Town and Mornlngstar roads, Chris Sipp, redooring three bridges on Hill road at Sipp farm, John Brewer, bridge on tlio Middletown pike at the, Roger'i MattBnrkhardt, roilooring bridge over Two Mile creek I'hilip Bauer, part pay for 'pipe culbQi t on Sevenmile pike, MONDAY. Mrs. George H. Atkinson; former- ly Miss Phoebe Good, died at her home in St. Clair Township at i o'- clock this morning of JJriglit's disease, aged 55 years. She was horn in tliis 'county' and had lived in this vicinity all her A'hus- band alone survives. Kliza Mary, beloved wife of John Lodder died at hor homo at 101 Beckett Street at o'clock yester- day afternoon of a complication 'of diseases, agetl 62 years, 4 months ami Jday. She had been in iii health for some timo and death ..came to mercifully terminate her 'sufferings. She was born in Cincinnati aiid bad lived in this city for the past thirty- five years. She had been confined to her bed from her illness for the .past six weeks. The maiden name of Mrs. Lodder was Eliza Mary Doettuiaii. Her par- ____ in. the_old_ country and were respected German people who emigrated to this country and Cincinnati where the daughter was born, August Sho received her education in that city and was there married'to John Lodder in She came to this city with her'husband and located .and resided all her after life in the homo where she died. Besides the bereaved husband, six children surviva. William, Rudolph, Charles and Miss Mary Lodder. Throughout her domestic life she was ever a kind and loving mother, a devoted wife and a fine, motherly kind, Christian and charitabla woman. She was loved and respected by all who knew her and the mem ory of her kind and gentle life will long be deeply treasured. TUESDAY. Night before last, as many know, was very cold, but that it was cold enough to freeze one's feet is hard to believe. At any rate a boy about five years old was'brought, to Dr. Jlarkt Monday suffering with frozen feet. Tho .frosting had been clone the night before while, the youngster was in bed. It is supposed that the little fellow slept, with both feet exposed and in this way they were frosted., Presbytery First Presbytery of the United Presbyter- inn Church of Ohio met at Tronton today. General church business was attended to and commissioners to the general assembly which meets at College Springs, Iowa were appoint, ed. The program for the day was as follows: "Tho Christian and tho Rev. Dr. MoFaddon. "The Christian and the Rev. Dr. Lyons, Richmond. '.Tlio Chrisliiti and the Sunday School." Rov, J. Bickclt, Middlo'- town. "The Christian and Kev. J. W. McKansiia. Oxford. Moderator J. A. McKiimhan nf 'Cincinnati presided over the meet- ing ANOTHER LOAjTASSOClATlON Heaton Street PeopK Seriously Cor.- sl4er The Project. At an meeting held a night or two since; a number of well- known citizens and mechanics resid- ing in tho Fifth Ward very seriously and earnestly discussed the formji- tion of a now building association. 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 .next at the falhest it Is regarded that an associa- tion, will txi formed. Names 'haro Men iuggostod but that most prob- able, if any, selected will bo the Hca- ton street Building mid Loan Asso- ciation. VOL. 75 NO. '20 MRS. WALTER DEAD Widow ol the Late Jacob Walter of Old Aze. Margaret Walter, widow of ing at 2 o'clock of old age, The de- ceased was horn in Hrlckon- nau, Germany, Juno 2.0, 1S22 She camo to this country years ago and In ISU was married to Jacob Walter at Cincinnati. Sha was a member of St. Joseph's Church and fevc-ntl church societies. She was tlio mother of twelve children seven of whom sur- vive her; ono son John, of Cincinna- and six daughters, Miss Mary Walter, Mrs. Andrew Nolan, Mrs. Magnus Mrs, V. x. Hilpol- stoiner and Mrs. John Maria, of Al- legheny City, Pennsylvania. The funeral will bo held Wednes- day morning at o'clock from the house and at 0 o'clock from St. Joseph's church. Burial St. Stephen's cemetery. Mary S. Utter.. Miss Mary S. Utter died iii her room in the Scott Building on High street this morning at 9 o'clock of tnber- Sho was 'a Beam stress'ami lived liero with her aunt. Tho will ha shipped to hor homo at Moscow, Ohio. M. T. Alarpe. Honry Thpo. Marpe of Hartwfill died at his homo Friday, Dec; 5. The deceased was a cousin of Mrs. Flor- ence Dwyer of this city. 'y did O'HARA IS NOW IN CUSTODY Aliened TurJ Swindler Gives Himself 'Up At Columbus. Dec. a-Wiien the Suited States Court opened for bus- ness-Monday tho first man to step ;o the bar was W. W. O'Hara, the fugitive turf commissioner, against whom an indictment was pending in hat tribunal. At his side was Postoflice Tnspcc- or of tho Cincinnati nflice, who last night placed him under ar- rest at Athens; Ohio, at the Hotel Berry in that city, where ho was re- [isfered 'iiiider the name of j; R; Judge 3'Hnm under tlio indictment, heard lis plea of not giinty, and 'continued hearihg until the first Tuesday in February next at Cincinnati. Tliej bond for appearance was llxed at COL. ALEX GORDON HERE Returns to Hamilton After Absence of Three Years. Col. Alex Gordon returned home nst evening after an absence of xbout three years. He is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoovon of North Third itreet. Col. Gordon iias been liv- "g in Germany most of ho timo since he was last here. He ooks well and was warmly greeted by many friends. TWO NEW INJUNCTION SUITS. Fight The secured Mule. Two .injunctions, were against -the Canal Transportation Church fiTsiu Really. J. E. Chatten, G. C. Miiiins, C. A. Shcra, A. T. Rouciebush.A.F.SIoane, 0. W. Finch, W. M. Shers, J. T. Vrmstcad and D. D. DeNeen, as rustees of tno Methodist Episcopal Church of Oxford have filed an ox- larte petition in tho common pleas onrt asking for authority to sell crfaiii real estate. They say thatassiicli trustees and or tho use of tho church they bold he title to inlots 131 and 132 in Ox- ord which tiio cliurch has ordered hem to sell and invest Iho funds for ho purpose of erectinga more suit- ble and more modern parsonage is on real estate owned by the Imrch ami on which its of worship now stands and they ask or authority of court to so comply -ilh the wishes of the church. Details of fir. Barney's Death. PAWS, Dec. Barney her father A. C. Barney had ocen Buffering from heart trouble and BS going to Monto Carlo, when he an attack at a station. He nishcd the journey and died at a olel. Mr. Barney formerly lived in tayton, 0., and married a daughter f S. N. Pake of Cincinnati. A Serenade -The Floradora uartett tendered. William lorner, proprietor 'of the fnmilton Hous6 a delightful irenatfe on tho occiafOn of his forty- ourth birthday anniversary. A tiuai- of selections were sung by' Sic uartelt and at toa-sta were re'- ponded to be Harvey Harding Joo and William Morner. COURT NOTES OF THE DAI Vail Grazited a Divorc Today Wife Is Restored (o tier Na (irant Carter's Legal J'venls. Mario Vail lias been granted a di vorcoliy Jiidgo.lnjics from her hut, band, Willard Vail on thu ground o gross lie-niece of duty and has buy restored to hor ninldeii iianm o Mario Hu'rris. parlies woro unn ried in Clinton County- a year ag last November and have no chlkjre (iritiit Cnrtei's Answer. Tn I ho case of Anna Carter agiiins Grant Carter tho answer of Gran Carter lias been Illerl. Ho' denies Ibafc he was inarrlcd t his wifii on August 4, fH'Ju lint say they weio married in Ilutlur Coimtv Ohio on August -1, He admit the birth bf the two children bntdu m'os (lint ha Ims huiin guilty of neglect of duty or falhirn to provW. for Mi family. He denies that he has bwn guilty of extreme cruelty, or. that he eve threatc-ned to shoot ami kill his wj'f >r that on October 12, he lit bc-r. He KIJ-S since Bind date bis wife lu parents and brothel.' have conspire. :pstay awuy from him and to children from to al low him to visit or speak to them. It says ho has kept and iiiaintainei a good comfortable, homo fo themjy but that she refuse to return to him and that uf ter she left him, her relatives am other pero'ons induced by her to (li- sp, broke into his home and carriet awuy nearly all of the household goods. that sho niaj b'e ordered and required to retun said fjoods; may ho denied a divorce that he may be awarded tho. custody of the children and lie asks for'al other proper relief, The case floty Miciiael Long and others hais beei tppoaled to the circuit court bj- Frank Doty as administrator of the estatuof Answer Filed. In the case of James Hagan, ad- ministrator of the estate of Alex, Hagan, deceased, against Willian Hagan and others, Theodore H. Bock .IBS been appointed guardian ai (item of Mary and John Hasan am has filed an answer, admitting the allegations in the petition and con- senting to the sale of tho real esrati at private sale. Tn the case of Jerome P. Marvin against James W. Jones and other the cross petition of Mantle E. Davis has been filed. She says that on January 2'., 1900 she was the owner of about 179 acres of land in Jforgan Township, which auditor of the county at fax sale and that on January 17.1900 at the re- questof John W. Fenton the said ompany this afternoon. The plain- auditor issued and delivered a tax ills are Elizabeth HatCeld and sale certificate for a tract ol 161.40 iiiuraand Mary Corson, who own to a fictitnons person, named bv said 30 acres along tho canal in Lemon John W. Fenton as M. Simpson, but ownship and Howard Young who this the defendant says thero is no such person ag M Simpson, but that John W. Fonton has adopted name in which to -_ carry out the business of purchasing la-id st tax sale arfd having certificates therefore issued to M. Simpson. She says that John W. Fenton is the real owner of the real estate ami that no person named if. Simpson is interested therein. 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 Feiiton is so indefinite defective that it not cover any title, to the and the sate thereof is void. The defendant further says that Konton has a lion upon tlio land fur taxes paid.which sho has tendered lo him which six per cent interest and is now ready to pay. She therefore prays the court to find the amount due her to pay tho aside the tax title and sale.cancei tho certifi- cate of conveyance and grant her al! other proper relief in the premises. (o and docs land OEORGE WILLARD JIIISI STAND TRIAl, IN THIS COUNTY :4.ni'go neUlnn at a hMigo uf to Geoige Willard. He will be tried tomorrow, WiBDS ARE AS PREDICTED Ordinance Creating Them is Prepared Today ojril of Control Will In All Prohibit Ity Pass it No Further Action Likely, As announcer! In TUB AN-NKWfj yeUerday tlio o eontnil tonight will In all probability in ordinance rii-ilhtrlctlngtho into four wards, leaving th city si, Second and Fourth as they ar. and consolidating the. Third am Kifth warda into one ward under tin nani'i and number of tho Third. Under instructions received lodaj tho ordinance was drawn up by Cltj .Solicitor Hiirtlcoff and it will bfl sub mitted.as It now seems certain am very probably passed tonight. It i. not known that any further actioi will bo taken tonight in the way o legislating [he number of cojiicil men, city olliccrs, etc. and'-Tl'iin. their bonds ;iiiil salaries biit thi] "list bo done before tiio first of Jan ary mid by ordinance; also. LIST OF THE [iXHJBITORS Entries For Yhe Hamilton Poultry Shaw! Tho Butler County Poultry Pigeon and Belgian Hire Associa- tion is making groat preparation foi its annual show lobe held in f.hul ley's hall December u and IB This is the fourth exhibit of the as soeiation and it j.s trying to make it the greatest 01 record. Already nniuy entries have made and thu show promises to 'joagreat, success; u partial lint of ;hosa who will exhibit is as follows' James Bmyrcs, Hamilton; William Gard, Hamilton; William Oosliorn, Hamilton; W. C. Musch, Hamilton: r.Trontman. Hamilton; W. w! ;Geo. Knicker Stephens, Hamil- an; P..y. Murphy, Oamden, O.; J. juhwartz, Treb- PotteTnger Tmiiilton; Ohas. W. ''Lars'li, rr'amii- on; 1'. Iltoclchiirdti Hamilton- Schaiiblo, Dubbs and Jacobs. Hainil- :on; O. W. Ilmlolph, Hamilton; Her- lerlGrocno, Cinciinniti; W.O. Horr. Rlclnnnnd, Hid., Oeo. Nelson jr! ince, Soutli Corolinc. C., MEN IN SESSION :ederated Board Holds Its Meeting to Adjust Wages. The federated board of the Cincin iati, .Hamilton and Dayton employe: s in session at the Denisou House Oineinnatl. Tho representatives rill continue in session probably to- day and tomorrow. The men are considering miestions relating to uns, wages, and when they "each a conclusion as to what ren iistments they desire they will >resent their requests to Genera Superintendent Turner. SUICIDE ISNOTTBAR Court HolJs That Insurance In Such Cases Is Collectable. WASTUXUTON.DOC. 10-The United )fates supreme court, in thocaso of ho Knights Tamplar and ,ife Insurance Company, holds that uicide is not a defense against th ayincntof a life insurance policy nd that the Missouri suicide statute s valid. In another casa it was held that ain.ro to pay a premium renders he insurance policy void. Jones J. K. Jonos cjiiipUincd at tlio olieo station yesterday afternoon ijit August HcssbRrjjor of fxJ4 S'Milli ecoml street had been ab.ish.rr :m mid drew a pistol on ay night. Jones boards at Hessbcru rs' and doesn't seBm to gct Bjon, -ell. Upon investigation today tho omplamt was found to require no olsce action and nono lakmi. A Bunch of Fifty. Fours. iro McGreevy happily round- his fifty-fourth birthday nnlversary today and received congratulations. Today Iso the birthday anniversary was of versary of Jepucy Sheriff Luke thers. a number of Church Improved. Tiio Uroadway Methodist unuron, t Mtddlelown, which hasbeonclosed or several weeks was re-opened nnday. While closed improve- nents conslstin att. Speaks At Cincinnati. Frances Kicliwds ot tho no) dcparim..nt, Miami ill address the Cincinnati Bsooiaiiou on tho ixth School HORSE OWERS TO CCM BINE Plan a Co-operation Boardlnj SUbl in niJtlletown. I.lvorympn and horse ownora wll interested in ihis lUiin, whie appeared In ft Mlddlelown paper yes (onlay: A number of local horsi owners, who keop their oniflu a livery barns are cnnsiilorlnj; the pro position oMormliiK-nn nsnoclatloi for tho purpoBu of stabling their anl inals in onu barn ai'.d Oy so doing re duce Dio cost of keeping. object of tlio association is t  afternoo n Oxford; football aniHlie Second team of Miami University which defeated an Oxford team recently by a score of 27 to 0. The lino of tho" Ox- ford's will be us follows and make a very strong aggregation of yo.mj> men who will average 1GO pounds. Walter Sheard, Thomas Flaherty, H.G.; Walter T.; Louis Lloyd, B. E.; ClarkT.loyd, L. T.; Walter RiKKS, Hal. stead L. G.; Glen Wright, L. II. B.: Nelson Fulton, the iufaliblo.R.H.B.; Percy Corcoran, C.; Clill MeDill, L. C.Tho game will no doubt bo very hotly contested. The home team arc positive of winning while Miami is confident along the same line. The price of admission will be small so lot all lovers of the sport turn out. Albert McDonald was at Hamiltor today.. The ladies of tho reading rooms wish us to announce that tbo booths in the haxaar to be hold the town hall on- Thursday and Fri- 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 lltli. Elegant will be given. Much credit is due Marshal John Woodruff for the manner in which lio sifted the stork robbery. Ho had liis man spotted a day before tho thief left Oxford and watched every move the man made. It was the narshal's intention to have arrested lini before he made the running jump for tho train and was just on the verge of doiiiif so. Try those delicious pork loins and dainty links of fresh sausage at (he Sea Food House received fresh every noruing. Attorney Kickiey of Hamilton, at- ondcd tho rcnepfiali at tho Oxford College last night. The following invitation has been ssued. Mr. and Mrs. D. Brato requests tho honor of your presn nco at. thp of their clanghfrr Blanch May to Mr. Howard .Dec.. 18th 7 A'clock Oxford Ohio. James Patterson gone to his Honda home where he will spend he winter. Oxford College Recital by thnstu- entsln Sslnr- lay, Dec, 6th 8 p, m. Cal! meeting tonight of'the Royal Arcanum to bmeers after which a flne lunch will be given. Lot all members be prewnt and join in estivities. Oeorge Roll' Is working at tlio bar- tering trade at Liberty, Tnd. Canal TrUI. Tho case of the commissioners of Montgomery County against the rinmi and Krin Canal TrAnsnorla- rokehing mioii the Ortof. Miami TuriipHt'6 of y iii the common court. FATAL EXPLOSION IN COAL MINES Accidenl at Wilkesbarrc Costs Scytral Lives Box of Dynamite ped by a Mine Worker f' Ten Injured, Three of Whom Will Die Strong Teslimoiy Before Strike tommissiou. Wu.KKSiiAHHU, PA., Dec. 
                            

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