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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 21, 1909, Elyria, OhioA v., i f of i. W a met at us match o Kiju t to i in a. _ i vol 3. No. 168. Two do horses Load for in the court go. Common Rice and Lucy b a hold or the petitioners. The following cases have been filed with the clerk of the court of com Mon pleas John Rice is Delia Rice divorce the parties were married at Green Ville a. The plaintiff alleges Gross neglect of duty g. L. Blinn is his attorney. Lacy j. Btty Holder is John Buck Holder divorce. The plaintiff Al Leges that the defendant has been guilty of Gross neglect of duty and cruelty and asks for Alimony Pend ing settlement of suit and Restora Tion of her Maiden name Luck j. Thompson Glitsch attorneys for plaintiff. Brownhelm Jan. Evening a party of Twenty Young peo ple from Oberlin went to Brown Helm on a Sleigh ride. After a ride of two and one half hours they arrived at the Home of or. And mrs. Aifred Sweet where they spent very enjoyable time. Games were played and music was furnished by some of the parties. A lunch was served by the hostess. The party broke up in the wee Small and All will be delighted to go again. Of r the City wins in. The supreme court in the West River Street undercut Case. Stafi Farn a Stag party was held at the Home of Byron Jackson fourth Street on wednesday evening. Most of his Young frields were present and All had a Good time playing flinch and other games. Until has been wording in the office of the kill cd plate freight at Cleveland. He position Luiere and left for Chicago thursday afternoon to obtain a pos Moa there. Ali friends tix i Success. The revival meetings at the Church of Christ Are progressing interestingly. Last night despite the Incle ment weather a fair sized audience assembled to hear Rev. Sala preach on the imitation of at the close of the service one Young Man started in the Christian life and a woman took membership. The ser Mon tonight will be heaven and the Way to the City was victorious in the suit o compel the Lake Shore railway co. To Widen West River Street at be Railroad crossing the supreme court having rendered a decision to that effect wednesday sustaining verdicts previously Given in the court of common pleas and circuit court this the railway company to open the Street to its full Width 66 so that no part of its abutments will be in the Street and will probably set a time limit for completion of the work which if the circuit court s decision , sustained will be three months. The completed work must be completed to the City s satisfaction. I City solicitor Johnson is Well pleased with the outcome. It is his first Case in the supreme court As the City s attorney. My my Legesse the Guy to pm the new Snow pump a picture of we Chi is shown herewith was Tim Lulu pump men the it pumped a of Gallons of pure filtered Watert into the Mains of the Elyria water system. Those had been at work pkg new punic and knew of its mechanical standpoint were More than de Gamst the head to Force water to Elyria and give the proper pressure it could Tibt be told Roony that there was any machinery running As far As any noise or Jar was concerned so quietly and evenly did it no. Has not been started Bat will be run every Days to be will be shut m All be ready for permanent work win s a vent for the a be in the i Iley farm his Many m m the e it was Ontic any Dangen from air will be obviated. Supt Crisp who has the work on the new water Plant i marriage licenses. The following marriage licenses have probate Nee since t so i 3% William sems. It. A Ivha prominent Ridgeville far Mer meets with serious Accident while operating feed Cutter. It Henry of Kri pwn far i 37, Elyria. Mrs. Alice Atherton 32, Henrietta. Justice Lawrence to officiate. Jacob he Fer 67, Lorain. Mrs. Emma h. Naylor 48, Lorain. Henry m. Bradley 45, Clemville. Mrs. Amanda Wahlberg 37, Glen Ville. Frank talmud 46, Lorain. Mrs. Mina h. Sherwood 46, Lorain. Special tie Sale. 75c ties at 5oc 5pc ties at 3pc, Sec ties at inc Fauver Robson. I opera Fig a feed a totter on tuesday morning. While in the act i of reaching for an Oil can his coat sleeve was aug fit Between two cog wheels drawing his Arm into them and nearly severing the member just below the Elbow. Or. Reefy was called and the wound and expressed an opinion wednesday that amputation would be unnecessary. Or. Nei Dirig is the father of an Thony neiding a Young attorney this City. Men s Fine soc Jaeger fleeced Ine underwear. Sale Price 39 cents. The Biggs Everard co. In Tiivi Aib a ii worst in the history of the depart ment called out. E greatly increased. The have not As yet put out any Hing but angles the tube rollers Only Laving been worked enough to test ice. A Evelyn b. Baldwin. To the latest portrait of e. B. Baldwin the Leader of the which been made by my moors of the Crew of the Shio Baldwin was false to i millionaire bold to indirectly stif. Ted the chaff s hit former Backer William Zeigler the jury of Ca i Board of health cautions citizens in re Gard to the use of the City water. Many people Are under the false impression that the City is now furnishing filtered Lake water arid con sequently May be deluded into using it for culinary and drinking purposes. As a matter of fact the engines and pumps have Only been tested and arc not and will not for some time to come be working regularly. After the water has pumped no enough to thoroughly flush the pipes it will be Analysed and the Board of health will give due of its being fit for tue. Huyter hot juice tablets at Pool Swiss chocolate Bon Dyke a. Vii Xii attorney Adams and interpreter Oroszy of Lorain Are in the City to Day. Tames a. Davis has returned from a business trip to Owosso. Mich. W. , purchasing agent for the Elyria Iron steel co., will go shortly on a business trip to Eastern Points. Pittsburg. Philadelphia a. Timbre and other Points will be included in his itinerary. Hon. J. T. Haskell of Wellington was in the City thursday. Going to the Sleigh ride party this evening for House on Gates Avenue. Per month. C lord Century Block. Richard Elsaid residing on the West Side employed at the Colum Bia steel co., had his foot crushed thursday morning. He was taken o the Hospital on West Avenue. L. Sotherden who been con Ned to his Home for some time with n attack of typhoid fever is improving. Judge steel of Oberlin was in the City thursday. Bankers degree team arc urged to attend the next Lodge meeting Mon Day night. The ice went out of the River to Day and notwithstanding the heavy Rains and thickness of the ice did very Little damage. Numbers of muskrats were routed out of their Winter quarters and made for dry land where the boys made Short work of dispatching them with clubs. So far no damage has been done the shipping in Lorain Harbor and As they have had ample time to prepare for it it is not Likely that any Wil follow. The knights of Columbus will in stall their officers at St. Mary s school Hall tonight. The District and state deputies will be in charge of the work. The funeral of Frank Stark who was killed in the Lake Shore wreck at Rocky Ridge tuesday took place from St. John s Church Rev. J. A. Schmidt officiating. It was by attended by relatives friends a Large delegation of trainmen be fog present Cleveland Jan. 2o. _ Gottfried Wohlgemuth of 20 Douglas Street was crushed to death under a red hot Mold at the Otis steel company to Day. The officials of the company could not be interviewed and top Case was not reported to the Coroner. The general manager of the steel company was reported to be out of town. Wohlegemuth was working in a pit in the melting room and the Mold red hot from recent use was stand ing near the Edge of the pit an Iron ladle was being moved Over head by electric Crane when the Power out and the Iron ladle struck the red hot Mold knocking it into the pit end upon the body of Wohlgemuth weather Portal hover there is no business in the Irold that grows half so fast As the postal Money order system. Last year its to Tal business increased at the rate of a week. The Money order department will handle next week More than it handled last week. It loses by fraud less than a year. It showed its regular annual in crease in the period of financial Depres Sion from 1893 to the Only Large business in the country that i did. J Washington d. C., Jan. Ohio rain and colder tonight and Friday. Singers Sleigh ride. Tuesday evening the choir of the disciple Church and friends held their annual Sleigh ride. They went to the Home of mrs. Jackson of la Porte where they had a delightful time. An Oyster supper was served before they left for Home. Installation. The tribe of Ben Hur will install their officers Friday evening Jai Inary 22. A members Are requested to be present. After installation a social will be Given. All Friend a of the or Der invited. To detect be photography is urged As a Means of preventing premature burial. It recently showed through the blurred appear Ance of the negative that a girl sup Posedly dead was Only in a trance. In cases where the least doubt exists photography is recommended. Negatives taken on succeeding Days May show slight difference in the position of head or arms or a blur of the lips due to the very slight movement occasioned by weekly. Twentieth Century club. The twentieth Century club were entertained at the Beautiful new Home of or. And mrs. Wiliam Erhart Oft Charles Street wednesday night. Pedro was the order of the even ing and Joe Dicon won the first prize while f. P. Hummel was refreshments were served after which the crowd went having spent a most enjoyable ing. The Halm tree. A recent study of the so called rain tree of the tropics shows that it closes its leaves at Sunset permitting Dew to form on the ground beneath. At Arm Rise the leaves again expand prevent ing excessive evaporation sad in the Shade of the tree grass grows More rap idly than in the open. The greatest of health foods win be demonstrated free this at d. Lewis a go a. All ate Tati Aad special Sale Fine co torten get in. Full size. Well made exceptionally Good values the prices 75c comforts Price. comforts Sale prices. 7ft Price. Gee comforts Sale Price. ?2ob comforts Sale Price. Was comforts Sale Price. Comforts. Pike. The Biggs it or third special Sale ladies Wool hair and shirt Waist. Each. The

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