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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 11, 1909, Elyria, OhioThe Only paper in rain county Havno Tele graphic news service. Double that circulation or elyr1a weekly. Elyria chronicle. Vol. 3. No. 159. Elyria Ohio monday january a 1904. Price bomb cent. Opposed to extravagance governor Herrick gives a review of state affairs in his inaugural address. Another jo.x1ua chm Miculs Columbus Jan. Of the most conservative yet business like inaugural addresses was that of gov Herrick delivered Here today. The governor was at his Best he said the members of the Senate and House of in your presence and a the presence great concourse of citizens fully sensible of the duties about to devolve upon do As chief executive of our state i have taken solemn oath to perform those duties to the Best of my ability. By the verdict of my fellow citizens i been selected to assume the duties governor of Ohio and perform those duties and accept the Respo Sibili uss of this office not As a partisan but a representative of the whole people. The permanence of a state is in the adherence to its fundamental principles to the practical recognition of the object of government which make the Ottzen secure in the enjoyment of life. Ubert and property and the people of Ohio have demonstrated irrespective of politics their belief in and steadfastness to those principles in the recent election. Remembering this it will be my in Teavor to serve the state without fear or favor. My predecessor was fortunate in hav ing the Hearty co operation of the last legislature and the Vise counsel of the balances of Money Means not that the business and commercial world is deprived of those amounts of circulating medium but that the state has not the Benefit of the interest which under proper conditions and safeguards. It might use and enjoy. Having this in mind i would recommend the passage of a state depository Law similar to those in effective operation in other states and if in the necessarily Hasty preparation and passage by the last legislature of the municipal code there be any defect in the depository Law for municipalities that should be corrected. For the first time in the history of Ohio by the vote of the people at the last election the Constitution was so amended an to Confer the veto Power upon the governor while the Possession of this Power has its advantages i am sensible of the fact that h also imposes grave responsibilities governor Nash in his message has called your attention to the increase of Legal business in the office of the attorney general occasioned by recent Legisla Tion and the constitutional amendments in my judgment All of the Legal business connected with the affairs of the state in us various departments should be administered through the office of the attorney general and to that end it is Manifest that his department will require More assistance and i Trust at an Early Day the incoming attorney general will care loss at the car shops at boiler repair shop burned. Bruci. To the Elyua Lorain Jan. 1 1 the b. O. Re pair shops were visited by another bad fire saturday night. The boiler repair shops were burned to the and a loss of about sustained Elyria gala occasion problems in the state and the state finances As reported by him arc in an exceedingly healthy and satisfactory condition. Juet us counsel together As to How we May Best preserve the credit and Honor of our common health whale at the same time maintaining our Public works and providing for the needs and necessities of our institutions the question is not How we shall spend the Money in our state Treasury but How we May obtain the Best results for the Honor and integrity of our state in _ collecting As Small an amount As practicable from our citizens and in expending it wisely. A surplus in the Treasury too often tends to extravagance in the use of Public Money and.1 ask my friends in the legs to join Witler me state officers in the Ain to have no extravagance in expending the state s Money or recklessness in legislation need of prudence. The affairs of a great slate such a should be conducted with the same train Imd a Mrtin to iha.1 a careful Man of exercise in the management of his own property when a Man in business has funds on hand he finds a Safe and profitable i vestment for the same that the May not he Idle enable his office to properly care for and conduct the entire Legal business of the various state departments taxation Laws. The constitutional amendment doing away with the double liability of Stock holders of various corporations gives to the state of Ohio an Opportunity to re and codify its Laws reference to the organization and control of corporations so that our citizens will not feel impelled to incorporate in other states for business which they wish to transact in the state of Ohio. It should rather be our aim to so re enact the Laws bearing upon incorporation of companies that they shall simple and compre Hensor e As possible protecting alike or Fotu business our state Tjo of tier Money in our corporate enterprises and at the same time safeguarding the pub Lic in their dealings such corporations under the precisions of the National banking Law frequent examinations Are Frac e by competent examiners of the condition and soundness of Banks established under the Laws of the United states. These examinations after a anal of 40 years seem to amply justify this method of pm Ern mental supervision Over banking institutions unfortunately in cont med to Page seven. I believes he can Clear up an old Cleveland Mur Der mystery. The. Following from saturday s Cleveland press refers to or. Gilmore who lives on Dumace Street a. B. Gulf orc of Elyria believes he can Clear up a Cleveland murder mystery of 12 year s standing and bring the murderer to Justice. He has written to detective Jake Mintz to ask if such action will bring any Reward Mintz has turned the letter Over to the police. The murder referred1 to is that of mrs. John Hulf who was killed in her Home on Franklin ave. Huff a one armed Man was suspected but the police could it find him. They accepted a theory that Hulf had committed suicide by jumping from the breakwater though no body was found at Columbus Myron. T. Herrick is inaugurated governor of Ohio with impressive ceremonies Fine Parade of military and civic societies the Fea Ture of the s and incidents of the k vent. I a facial in the a Labia Chi Oticia death of con Gressman Skiles representative from this congressional District passes away at his Home in funeral to be held wednesday. Congressman w w. Skiles passed at his Home in Shelby saturday evening from an aggravated attack of pneumonia. He had two severe attacks which had left edition but it had been thought he getting better and his death e As a Surprise to the people o District. A dispatch from Shelby says that the will be held a Edneida afternoon at 2 o clock at the family Home in Shelby. Rev or. W h Singley formerly pastor of the firs lutheran Church of Shelby officiating assisted by the other ministers o continued saved families from flames Columbus of. Jan. The inauguration of governor her Rick was a gala a in the capital City. Thousands upon thousands poured nto the City to assist in doing Honor of their chosen executive. Military my civic societies were in abundance the City was stressed in so Day at tire both Public and private were gaily decorated in patriotic col ors and the splendid appointments Tot the Day s Celebration were carried out in detail without a single untoward incident the state s military Osier the command of brigadier general Speaks upon their arrival from several persons were in Man burst in the door and rescued them. Special to the by Tia Cleveland of Jan. Started Earl monday morning in an apartment House at no 764 Quimcy Street by m. Tollas from a Gas stove on the third floor. The Block was occupied by the families of Tollas Burke and a. Hurd who were driven out in the Snow. Flames were seen bursting through the second Story windows of the apartment by George Nef who telephoned the fire department Ihen rushed across the Street end tried to arouse the occupants of the burning building by banging or. The door v unable to do this he burst the door in and rushed the Burke apartments pulled or. Burke from bed and the two awakened mrs. Burke and the Little Buke children. They were carried out through the smoke and flames and just escaped in time the Tollas and Hurd families were quickly aroused and made their escape without diff Cury. Hon Warren g hording. Lieutenant governor. Earl speculations As to the successor of congressman a special election must be called by gov. Her Rick. A Columbus dispatch of sunday tells of the talk that had already been going the rounds of the hotel corridors Over the sudden death of congressman w. W Stales of Shel by and to who would probably succeed him. Among the prominent republicans of that District Here arc speaker of the the chairman pro Tern tie Senate senator Chamberlain Secretary of state Laylin. Motive w. L. Cocker and confort Synan Kerr of mans Field who represented this District three terms. A number of the men of the District Are in favor of leaving the vacancy unfilled until the time of the regular election Lor such office. 1 hey fear the old fight in the District May be renewed. It will be remembered that congressman Skiles was Only elected after the convention had been deadlocked for Days. However it is mandatory that gov. Herrick Call a special election to fill the vacancy among the probable candidates mentioned Are Secretary of stat of Norwalk senator Chamberlain of Elyria and Frank Owen it Vernon chairman of die re pub Hcan executive committee Knox county the names of former con Gressman Kerr of Mansfield and Cap Tain w. L. Cockley of Lexington were also mentioned today but or. Kerr declares that he is through with politics and Captain Coc Dey says that he wants no More of pub Lic office after his present term in the House is ended. The politicians see in or. Laylin s candidacy the possibility of gelling Iway from the discussion of the third term proposition is mate ing much discussion in his candidacy for Secretary of state. A Mansfield dispatch says it is believed that the real Cortest will be Between senator chamber Ain and mayor Brown and that such Friendly relations exist Between the two that after a few test votes in the convention whichever shows the greater strength will receive the support of the other. In the event that senator Chamberlain should secure the Nomi Notton for Congress it is on the program that a. B. Joe Overstock of Lexington shall receive the office of a Nator relinquished by . To entertain the next general reception of the y. M. C. A. At South Lorain will be held on Washington s birthday and will be Given by the Elyria Mem of the association. Riots in a cubian Lection Havana Jan. Reports from Eastern Cuba saturday told of Many election riots Fri Dugi. Several per sons were killed. The nationalists won at to election in Havana and probably did the same throughout Island Hon. Myron v8floit3 towns and cities marched to the Goodale Street auditorium. The grand army posts and the fraternal i societies were cared for by the local committees of the various orders. Shortly before 10 o clock the escort of the governor consisting of troops a and a Ohio National guard marched to the residence of the governor Broad a treat and Lexington Avenue they were joined by the inaugural committee of the legislature which accompanied the governor elect to the historic state House. The procession then formed and moved Down Broad Street to the state House where the governor elect and the escort entered the Capitol grounds from the North Entrance and proceeded to the Capitol. Previous to two arrival of the gov Emor elect with his party the judges of the supreme court under the direction of or. S. O. Randell proceeded from the state Library to their position in the Rotunda. They were Fol t. Herrick. Lowed by the other state olb Clala invited guests and the great Circle be Neath the dome of the Capitol beautifully raped with american sags Bunting was filled to overflowing takes the after the governor elect had entered the Rotunda and had taken position assigned to him the inaugural ceremonies began with a selection by fourth helment Bali of Columbus. The rendition filled galleries of the state Capitol and the echoes had died away Secretary John y Bassell of the Columba Board of Trade made introductory re Marks. The remarks of or. Bassell were followed by a fervent prayer by Rev. Or. S. S. Palmer of the Broad Street presbyterian Church. Rev. Palmer invoked the divine Blessing and Eara Estly prayed for the spiritual guid Ance of the executive of the stale and nation and the continuance of continued on Page four with the sign of tin Croaa at the opera night. Special tie Sale. 75c at soc ties at Joe ask ties at Fauver it Robson. New firm the firm of Conry Stark dealers in groceries at 567 West Broad Street have dissolved partnership or. Stark Selling his interest to Martin Mueller the Well known councilman the new firm of Mueller Conry will continue the business at the same place and will carry a com plete Stock of up to Date groceries and deliver goods promptly to any part of the City. Tubes blew out at the City electrical Plant and the City was in the dark and cold. Jolly crowd the Fine Sleigh ing is being taken advantage of by Elena s Young peo ple and Sleigh ride parties arc the order of the Day. A jollies crowd would be hard to find than the one that took a ride to South Ara Herst saturday night where they were entertained at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Barton. Lee beter than a Basket of monies. Sunday morning ten tubes blew out in one of the boilers at the elec tric Light Plant. Later five blew out in another boiler and the Only other boiler was Laid up for want of tubes the electric lights steam heat went out manager Schrantz telephoned i All directions and went to Lei get no tubes until when some were discovered at chemical works and the work of it pair was at once commenced. By the time of going to Preta steam will be up in one boiler Afa work is being pushed on the of com the trouble is caused by the from the River water causing takes to Burn and the fact that system has no return pipes j the work much in tatar for the i ers. V m "3 .4. J i1

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