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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 9, 1909, Elyria, OhioI Tab Only paper pm to Kain county have no Telb. Graphic news service. The Elyria Ohio Niolet vol. 3. No. 158. Elyria. Ohio saturday january 9, 1904. Price one a Eft. Important school questions will by discussed by the supervisors " club next shall Board of education members be elected by wards the supervisors club including superintendents and principals of Lorain county schools will hold a meeting in the Council chamber of Elyria on saturday Jan. 16. The program will begin at a. I. By a discussion of Public school libraries by prof. A. S. Root of Oberlin. Supt. F. D. Ward of Lorain will present the grading and promotion plan of Batavia n. Y. Supt. W. R. Comings of Elyria will present the Cambridge mass course of study and method of pro motions. After dinner the club will discuss the needed provisions of the new school code. Among these provisions will be size and election of school boards minimum salaries and mini mum requirements in scholarships of teachers professional training required shall graduates under the Patterson Law be entitled to four years of High school tuition is the present system of classifying High schools into first second third and fourth classes satisfactory frightful death Man Falls ninety feet at new blast Furnace and lives but a few hours. Coroner French was called to to rain Friday by the death of Joseph o Mally from a fall of ninety feet thursday afternoon from the top of one of the new blast furnaces. O Mal Ley lived until 8 o clock Friday morn ing o Malley was employed by the Sharon boiler works in the erection of the new blast furnaces. He lost his balance or slipped in some Way and fell Down inside the stove land ing upon the hard ground in the midst of a pile of Iron Brick and de Bris of All kinds. Both legs were broken and frightfully mangled and he received internal a fracture of the Skull of storm Avon Farmer leaves team to suffer in front of a Cleveland Saloon and gets stiff sentence. Sleigh ride party Friday evening a party of Young people went to Grafton on a Sleigh ride. After a ride of an hour and a half they arrived at the Home of miss May Banks where they spent a very enjoyable evening. Games were played and music was furnished by Charles Wright c. J. Flannery and miss Nettie Smith. The out of town guests were Jay and May Mcgee of Lorain and John and Agnes Plato of Amherst. A Light i Titch Barney Maiberger an Avon Farmer who formerly lived in Elyria township on the Gulf Road went to Cleveland last saturday and left his team in front of a Saloon. The team was left in the driving storm and when found by an officer they were i bad condition. Maiberger was arrested on the charge of intoxication and was fined and costs and thirty Days in the Cleveland work House. January clearance Sale on cloaks and suits. The Biggs Everard co. O special tie Sale. 75c ties at soc soc ties at 39c, ties at inc Fauver Robson. A ten dozen Warner s corsets. Sale Price 69 cents. The Biggs Everard co. O Seaton Bros pot on buggy c shoe stores to close. T we the undersigned shoe Mer chants of Elyria do hereby agree to close our respective stores at a 3f p. M. Every Day excepting saturday commencing monday Jan. 4, and continuing the tame until april a 1904 a f. Collins Teasdale Sawyer Geo. M. Philpott co r R. Cleveland f. Flower. A Barnes in c shh. Up in to wee sea " hours and All will be de lighted to go again if the Snow lasts Surprise party and Oyster supper ten dered or. And mrs. John Foreman. A Surprise party was tendered or and mrs. John Foreman thursday evening. A very enjoyable evening was spent dancing singing Etc. Contributing to the evening s pleas ures. The party closed with an Oyster supper. Following were those present or. And mrs. Henry Foreman or. And mrs. Charles Hecker or. And mrs. Charles Croyle or. And mrs. De Flaherty sr., or. And mrs. John aur Baugh mrs. Lee and daughter May John o Hara John Welton or. Frank Lump mrs. Sincerney miss Mary o Hara or. And mrs. Fossman and or. Edward Rushel of South Lorain or. And mrs. Lee Livingstone of Lorain and John Strimbing of Cleveland. Graphic desk option of Hawaii mrs. W. E. Knowlton is in receipt of four very interesting and nicely illustrated books of Hawaii sent her from cousins at the Sand wich islands. They Are very descriptive of the people and population of Hawaii also its climate Beautiful scenery its productions land Laws. Chamber of Commerce merchants association and its numerous hospitals Etc., which indeed is very interesting. It must be a most Beautiful place to live among its tropical fruits., perfect climate where there Are no frosts no fogs no malaria no Sun strokes no tidal Waves no reptiles no beggars no poisons no Hurri canes no typhoons and no Sand storms. After perusing the of the description Given and looking upon the Beautiful scenery illustrated one can but wish to live in such a perfect Haven in the North Pacific Ocean. Where the of former of tugs. In about two weeks Lake water will be coursing big pump. Through Elyria s work at the water works station has been nearly All completed except ing the final work on the big pump which will take about two weeks. The filters Are All ready for this week a diver was taken out in a sled on the ice and Dove through a Hole in the ice to take the Cap from Mouth of the intake pipe so that the water could come into the Well. Which is now completed. The buildings present a Fine appear Ance in their completed state. Fine program at the social Given by the modern Woodmen Friday evening. By the modern Woodmen at their so Cial held in the Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening. The Hall was filled with a pleased audience. Miss Russell of Wake Man a Well known elocution teacher gave a number of readings that were very highly appreciated and the misses Hazel and Hattie Clark each gave pleasing readings and also a very pleasing Tambourine dance which was heartily encoded. The misses Clark Are the Clever Little daughters of c. S. Clark the Well known seedsman of Wakeman. And Are pupils of miss Russell. Very lever recitations and songs were Al so Given by miss Lottie life of this City. The Story of the fiddle by miss Russell was especially Well received As was also her Reading with the musical accompaniment by air. Grabill and mrs. Rogers on violin and piano. O celebrated their twelfth anniversary. Or. And mrs. Charles Marsh Cele booted the twelfth anniversary of heir wedding at their Home on Cas Cade Street thursday evening. A number of their relatives principally of or. Marsh a were present. The evening was spent very pleasantly. I i. Special tie Sale. 7sc ties at soc 5oc ties at 39c, 2sc ties at inc 7auver Robson. Grammar schools delightful ride dress goods. Sale Price 7oc. The birr Everard co. A grammar Grade of miss la room enjoyed a very been of or. And mrs. Manning of car the Voung people enjoyed a pleasant evening at games and at 10 o clock a delightful repast was Serej to which All did ample Justice. Upon leaving All voted the to be Royal hosts and the party t be the event of the season. Trip to Murray Ridge the members of the Young peo ple s class of the second congregational Church enjoyed a Sleigh ride to Murray Ridge Friday night. They spent the evening at the Pershing and Roy Eldred Homes. Mrs. Fau ver s class were invited to share this pleasure with or. Wannamaker s class. Two sleighs were filled num Bering about fifty. The Christian Endeavor ers of Murray Ridge welcomed the Elyria Young people a most delightful evening was spent. Laporte there will be a social at the Home of or. J. G. Reisinger tuesday evening january 12, 1904, for the Benefit of the ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church. A Large crowd is de sired the ladies will furnish supper. Will close opera Hou township declines to stand for expensive re pairs required by the be closed in thirty Days. Manager Dykeman has received the following Nome from Shiyor Fol Ger Elyria o., Jan. 8, 1904 or. H. A. Dykeman manager of Opra House you Are hereby notified that you Are required to close the Elyria opera House to All plays operas or shows and that you shall cancel All existing contracts with opera or dramatic companies As far As Vou possibly can. This order to go into effect at once but you May open Sai 1 opera House to such companies As you Are unable to cancel existing contracts with providing that All would be carried into effect after thirty Days from the Daji of this or Der and under no Circum stares must you allow said House to be opened to operas or dramatic a cwt after the Pira Tion of the time unit herein Ove named. Yours to ii Thomas Folger a syr of the City of Elyria. The order is the result of the de Mand of the state for expensive changes if e building to be sea As an opera House. The township owns half i e by Iling. And he trustees refuse to stand such expense and it is doubtful if the City would stand their part. Manager Dykeman has signified his willingness to comply with this order and give up his lease on. The Assurance that no other shows Wib be booked there. Japs in Korea Large armed Force said pers of Novi Krai assert that to have crept in Dis has already sent a Large armed Force guided As emigrants. Of soldiers to Korea disguised Asem Grants to be ready for any develop port Arthur Jan. New spa ment. Horse elect new officers at their meeting saturday. The horse owners association held a meeting in Elyria saturday morning and elected the following officers a. J. Rawson president Charles Ensign first vice president i. A. Squires second vice president Henry Andress Secretary and George Hill treasurer. The auditing committee f. W. Briggs and George Hill report 387.62 in Treasury. A number of new members were accepted. A committee consisting of j. E. Edwards f. W. Briggs and r. B. Lersch was appointed to draft a Resolution on the death of s. B1 Dudley former vice president of the association. Scene from the sign of the at the open Hob Jimmy 13. Lorain Sleigh riders a party of Twenty eight Young peo ple were brought up from Lorain in a Large Bob sled Friday evening by Ray Smith of that City to spend the evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Clem Grandy of Middle Avenue. The party enjoyed a very Jolly time playing games and closing with a Fine supper. They returned at i o clock. Strong recommend Rev. W. E. Dugan pastor Stewart memorial u p. Church san Cisco cal., says the sign of the Cross is a god Send to the stage and world. I no enthusiastic Over the introduction of such plays the stage. If Christian people would patronize such pieces inferior plays would be driven off the stage. The subject of my Sermon sunday evening will be voices from the Cross As a sub division i shall speak of your Plav As one of the and recommend it to the o look Over our excellent Stock of dress goods and Silks. Dress Price per Yard. The Biggs Everard co. Personals Frank Stang of Sand sky was in town today. F. W. Briggs of no county Good roads meeting too Good Sleigh ing. Mayor Fauver of Oberlin was a saturday caller in town. W. N. Gates will take a party to the Gulf Hill to coast tonight. E. L. Benedict of Wellington wat a saturday visitor in this City. R. D. Perry and Harry Thomas went to the Gulf Hill coasting Friday night. A. Flaming to have been at the opera House Jan. 26, Focas cancelled. E. B. Aldrich of North Amherst attended the Good roads meeting Here saturday . The Jones and Todd families of the Elyria Block with r number of their friends to the number of had a Tifei Shride to butter met Ridge Friday evening. Mrs. May Brig released London Jan. Is reported to Day that mrs. Maybrick who has been confined in working prison for the past fifteen years will be re Tauv de in april. Mrs. Maybrick was sentenced for fifteen years imprisonment for the poisoning of her husband. The re lease for mrs. Maybrick was arranged by a conference Between embassy Dor Choate and the officials of the Home office yesterday. Sleigh riders capsized miss Fargo s class of the Public schools went on a Sleigh ride out to Olmsted Friday night to the Home of or. And mrs. Robb two of whose children ate in miss Fajto s they spent a delightful or Milf. On the Way out there the Sleigh ditched and the party were tippe4 into a Snow Bank but fortunately m one was injured. Shoes Cut to i Philpott s. 158175 one Case men s so cent in used underwear. This week 39 cents. The Biggs a Sward f i

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