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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 14, 1909, Elyria, OhioOnly paper in tax county having to bib hews service. Elyria double vol 3. No. 162. Elyria thursday january ,4, i004. Still speculating Lorain Over time starting the steel Hopes raised resumption work this month. Price one cent Russia s pfc Lulf hat in danger. The Lorain papers Are still pub Lishing under scare beads rumours about the Skurtu g the steel Plant. The cause is the various interpretations the statement an official the u. S. Steel corporation in new York As reported in the Pittsburg dispatch that the improved business Outlook justified the prediction that All the plants the big steel Trust would be in full j ration within a. Week except those j closed for repairs. J every indication seems to be that j the prediction that the Plant not Start until near the first March by those who ought to be was Well grounded. No prize fights gov. Herrick says the Laws will be respected. Columbus o., Jan. Herrick announced wednesday that he would continue the policy governor Nash in prohibiting prize fights within Ohio. I do not cof Sider it necessary to outline the plans twill adopt in this Saint he but the Laws will be respected while they upon the statute measles epidemic at Vermilion also in other towns West Here. Merited appointment report comes from Columbus hat j a. E. Leash Pittsfield has been pointed to the position. Of ass Vitant 1 thai Vermilion have broken out in this Village and an epidemic the disease is looked for. An epidemic measles is also raging in the Eastern part this county and has already closed sever Al schools. In Berlin Heights there have been eighty cases acid in Cey Lon and Florence there Are Many More. As from Columbus the following Columbus dispatch i snows that the state politicians Are indulging in much Gossin about the aspect congressional matters Columbus Jan. Company with chairman Bath the fourteenth congressional committee sen Ator George h. Chamberlain Laid his ambition before sen Ator Hanna today. Or. Chamber lain urged the reasons Why he expected the support the Hanna organization for the nomination to the Post held by the late Cong res Manj Skiles. That the presid it pro Tern Elyria pared Well the Senate was. Not met with cold water is evidenced by Tjie fact that this week he will Public ally announce his candidacy. But the indications Are that in Chamberlain will have Oppositi Osi his own county. Of the Lorain. County committee Here today made the announcement that judge a. E. Webber Elyria would also announce candidacy this week and other candidates Are e. G. Johnson Chan Ber lain s Home and george1 Glitsch Lorain. 18 Well known and popular through the county. Elyria has changed. Or. Houghton Painesville was in Elyria thursday morning calling friends. He was in this City for to two years ago and went Hunting. He was out Only three hours and bagged a Fine lot than could probably be shot in a Day s tramp from Elyria now. In committee appointments in the Ohio Legisla landed chairmanships. In the Ohio state Senate the House committee Day senator Chamberlain and lands and is chairman the committee manufactures and com to affairs and rules and and taxation Corn former one the important committees is k t a is mittens the Senate. Or. Or lev sch Berlam is also the u "i.ti-1 i notice. The ladies the g. A. R. Will hold a joint installation with Elijah Haydn Post Friday evening 15, 1904, in their new room in the scan Carer Block Broah Street it is desired that every member be present. Secretary. Of card thanks. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their sympathy and help during the illness and death our father. Also to the singers and to the ladies and choir the Christian Church for their Beautiful Flowers. Mrs. Stewart Strickler. O. Gibson. Which indicate that there is some thing doing in the Reichlin my Der Case. Just what will develop is j hard to say but it is known that the local police the sheriff Jake Murz s detective Agency and do Active Ijan a Toledo Are working the Case j they have been working along Jedi yid Al lines for some Little time there is nothing which they will Givs out for publication. J several these parties have a j certain in run in View and they know where he is. They Are working hard to locate him the last Day last april and it is barely Possi i ble that in a few Days they May have something to present to the grand jury for evidence. If there is any thing in the wind and there seems to be it is hoped the murderer will be landed and the dark blot to rain s history can be partially erased. Ocl a Sui representative Lersch is in four times As Many As there Are sen tearing upon his first term was made actors. Farewell to the Perth social evening the members the Baptist Church my congregation Are cordially invited to spend Friday evening at the Church Parlours. A Fine program will be rendered refreshments will be served and an Opportunity Given for meeting friends. There will be no admission fee charged. It is hoped that All will be present at clock if possible. Weather Washington d. C., Jan. Ohio Snow tonight warmer to night in Central arid Southern por Tion. Friday fair and warmer except in Northeast Lake Shore pushed to six killed outright and two died in Hospital. Was the scene a horrible Accident today. A Large crowd was gathered the sixth floor the building and were crowded against the door when it gave Way and those in front were pushed through into the Eleva Tor Shaft the elevator at the time being at fall and six were killed outright and two More died after being taken to the Hospital. James Lump the ele Vator operator is held pending an investigation. Many Hurt marriage licenses. Mars. Walton Carpenter 35, physician Cleveland. Ethel l. Kirk 22, Elyria. Rev. Reeder to officiate. Special Candy. Fresh Coconut Bon Bons 10 cts. Pound saturday Only. Candy Kitchen. Century Block. Bright entertaining and new year s number the four track news for january. Only 5 cents at nearest new dealers. Ladies dressing Jacques slightly one half Price. 75c dressing Jacques each. Dressing Jacques soc each. Dressing Jacques each. Dressing Jacques 75c each. Dressing Jacques each. Dressing Jacques each. The Biggs Everard co. Nyler s Swiss chocolate Bon to Dykeman s. Of special tie Sale. 750 ties at soc Tiea at Jjck ask at it Robson. Divorce granted mrs. Bertha Keefer Amherst was Given a divorce from George Keefer by judge Weber thursday a morning. Political announcement for member Congress. To my friends Lorain county and this congressional District in View the vacancy caused by the untimely and unexpected death our Friend and Able congressman. W. W. Skiles and the voluntary assurances that have come to me support i have concluded to be and am a candidate for Congress. Of a. R. Webber. It is now probable that those who attended the theater wednesday night witnessed the last play to be Given in that antiquated playhouse. Another play has been booked for next week and since the House has been ordered closed it is Uncertain whether the play will be put not. Manager Dykeman expects to hear today whether the play will come not and our readers will be informed in Friday s paper As to the decision. Many a pleasant evening has been passed in the old opera House and it the sign the Cross is to be its last play it will be another Case saving the Best the wine until the end the feast. The play is Strong without a feature in it that Coull be objected to by most fastidious and was put by a Strong company and the result was most Gratifying Elyria people not Only know when they see a Good thing but know when they arc going to see a Good thing and higher prices Are no bar to a full House when the play is tru in meritorious. A Nugget Gold weighing 80 ounces has been found at Ballarat Australia. The popular Mca. According to the popular idea a philanthropist i an easy Mark. At there Are now Ladiana la government my Sola. Old fashioned Candy at Dykeman s. Jno laties Good attendance Good interest being shown at the revival held at the Church Christ. Now being there has been a Good attendance at All the revival services held at the Church Christ at clock each evening except saturday and while no conversions have been reported the Best interest is being shown. The music is furnished by the choir and congregation new books having been secured for the services. The chorister James Fauver is leading the choir in his usual Able manner the giving him Excel Lent support. On monday evening the psf Rev. John p. Sala preached the subject if Christ should come to discussing the conditions he would find As compared with those Tye time his incarceration and the changes he would make. On tuesday evening the subject was if Christ should come to the Rev. Sala spoke the Conception the Church in the scriptures and How nearly the Church is meeting that Conception with relation to the Church at Large the pulpit and the member ship. Wednesday evening he subject if Christi should come to you gave Opportunity for a Strong per Sonal Appeal to each soul to prepare for the coming Christ. The general topic the series is be be ready for be know not the any nor the hour when the son Man Street cars collide and1 Many Are Hurt some a i tally. I specs ii. To 3 ii Elbia chronic is. Scotch Dale pa., Jan. Two j Street cars collided at this place to Day and fifteen passengers were injured five them fatally. Wife hello Central the Telephone operators at to rain went out for a skin hide wednesday evening. Their manager got up the crowd. There were some thirty and for one evening they did not say line s etc., but had such fun As a crowd Jolly girls usually have such occasions. They went to the Home miss Mayme Peters one the operators near North Amherst. They took sufficient along so that they did not get hungry during the night. It is need less to say that they had a Good time and enjoyed an evening i beater personals mrs. Lehman entertained the la Dies society sir. Paul s Church thursday afternoon. W drink was the cause j joined Friday by Schanerer i miss Minnie. A very sad instance tiie result drink was that the Case Wiliam Kolb a Young Man who lives near the fan ground. He was in police court thursday morning for the second time a charge wife beating. His wife had been brutally used one her eyes being frightfully Black ened. He was fined and costs. And committed to the workhouse until paid. He is reported to be a Good fellow when sober. His wife and the two Small children deserve much sympathy. Of Sleigh ing party at i Coonville i i two Sleigh loads Ely rians went j out to the Home . Coon in i Coonville wednesday evening. A i Good time was spent enlivened by refreshments and dancing. Trip to _ postponed. The trip to Norwalk by the b. F. U. Teams this City which was to have been made Friday night to Institute a new Lodge there has been postponed As there was trouble about getting a Hall for that night. Nyler s candies at Dycman s. Of police court. A Man giving his name As George Khirich a Moulder Pullman Iii was fined and costs for intoxication in police court thursday morn ing. A aged Man badly intoxicated was locked up by officer Whitney thursday afternoon. Umbrellas special 980. Biggs Everard co. The subject this evening will Bei All Linen table cloths Jesus Nazareth Passuth each. The Biggs it Everard co. Special tie Sale. 75c ties at tics at Jjck Fauver it Robson. January Sale table my now .i1 a

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