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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 25, 1909, Elyria, OhioThe Only paper in j Lorain county having i teleorahp1c news Ter. Vice. T f 1 Hift circulation the Elyria chronicle vol. 3. No. 171. Monday january 35, 1904. Worthington is sworn in took the oath office monday morning without certificate queer phases to be heard wednesday. George Worthington was Sivorn in hearing for wednesday giving As urn age no. I As member the City Council Mon Day morning b mayor Folger and his Bond was approved. There Are now two councilmen sworn in to take the place . Lersch. As was reported in the chronicle wednesday . Hobill received plurality votes in the Council the first ballot and the solicitor believed this entitled him to the seat. The president ruled otherwise and motion he was authorized to cast the deciding vote which was for . Worthington. Relying upon the solicitor s inter it station the Law the auditor is sued the certificate election to Hobill who was sworn in through his attorney Burke . Hobill sought to have . Worthington in joined attempting to get the office when the petition was taken be fore judge Webber for a temporary his grounds that it would he to Grant tie injunction without giving Worthington a hearing. This despite the fact that in this Way temporary injunctions Are granted every few Days and Only recently such an injunction was granted against a Lorain Man acting As fire chief without his first having a hear ing. It practical defeats the Wii Olej ing. It practically defeats the whole i to wait for notification the defendant. In this Case the defendant has taken advantage the refusal to Grant the injunction. If the reason for refusing the temporary1 or8er in this Case applies i tis hard to understand Why it does not in others. An attorney Washburn was present when the temporary injunction was asked and interposed an objection to the injunction and claimed that it was Unnic i Essary As . Worthington Wouk not fight the Case. It seems How Ever that . Worthington has gone injunction pending judge refused to Grant it but set the Case. Sung the crushed Lorain o., Jan 24._peter Cooley a structural Iron worker employed in the construction the new Plant the National tube company died in St. Joseph s Hospital today As a re sult injuries received while at work saturday a pile Iron fell from a consid Erable distance Landing Coo by he leaves a widow at Lonroe City Mich. Gasc suffered the Logan Gas people were heavy losers in the freshet at Lorain. Their pipe line under the River to the East Side St Lorain was torn out and will have to be rebuilt. The Marine pipe laying is very expensive. The company has made a temporary line across the. Bridge so that the people the East Side were not without Gas for a very Long time. One in mine explosion in Pennsylva Nia mine attended with terrible loss life three rescuers Hurt by falling wreckage. Pittsburg Jan in the Hannock mine at Cieswick near tins City has imprisoned at least men in the mine with very Little he escape. The explosion occurred ear morning and it is to learn what was the exact the disaster. The Mouth the miners filed with wreckage and desperate Efi Orts Are being made to the unfortunates. Three the rescuers were Hurt by falling wreckage one whom May die. The Harwick mine is under control Allegheny Coal co., is opera Ted by Cleveland capitalists and has blown _ work repairing other Mills progressing be several weeks before All resume. Blast Furnace no. I at the Lorain steel Plant was blown As the Furnace men refer to to starting monday. This Furnace will probably run continuously and no. 2 will be Randy n a Short time. The work build no no. 3 and no. 4 is progressing the satisfaction the officials it is too Early to predict when hey will be ready to charge considerable remains to be done the Bessemer and it May be rom the looks things the Middle february before the rest he Mills can be started up no order has yet been received to Start the steel Mills but the spirit with which the repairs Are going indicates an Early resumption the entire Plant the mixer building is being extended fifty feet and an additional mixer will have been put in by the water s time the new furnaces Are ready to produce. Three new Holly pumps Are installed at the Bessemer Powe House each with a capacity too Gallons and one new one is go ing in at the furnaces. This will give with the pumps now at work a daily capacity Gallons about nine t nes the capacity the Lorain City water works. The new stand pipe at the Besse Mer Power House is about finished. And the Extension to the steel works Tunnel is nearly completed. Work the new pig casting Plant is progressing satisfactorily. No i Caster will be started this week to take care the Metal from no Furnace. The starting no. I fur Nace will put most the Standard Range railway department in opera Tion. Altogether the Outlook at the Mills is very Bright. Same if she would quit the business this she refused to do so under a Promise hereafter to abide by the Law he accepted in i Hon. Joseph Chamberlain Cabinet Chamberlain s son was room h father when he came to America to see the Yov so impressed ride Lorain Harbor sunk. Tug Cascade after Many Battles with old Erie s storms is caught in the ice and goes Down thrilling escape the e Crew. Temporary line has to be Dis connected and connected again every time the Bridge is swung police court. Shorty Mculty was arrested charge intoxication and fined and costs by Folger monday i adorning. I junk Sharkey Graf ton got the i same dose for the same offence. Of school closed. Three rooms in the West Avenue building were closed monday. Scholars dismissed account being Able to heat the rooms egg Oseb. To greatest health foods will demonstrated this at con. A Are requested partake. Of Fine Jaeger re Herd ined ear. Price 30 wow. The co 9 so Luff been worked for two it has always been a gaseous mine. A 75 in Jolt pressure the Mark registered by the new pumps at fire department Headquarters. With a pressure seventy five pounds registered at chief Hafner s Headquarters saturday still there was insufficient water for the Lake Shore engines and the company was compelled to Start there own pump ing station to Supply their own engines and those the Nickel plate whose trains Are being run Over the Lake Shore. An investigation disclosed the fact that the pipes were clogged with mud and after being flushed the City was again Able to furnish water in plenty. It will probably be thirty Days before the pipes will be thoroughly pushed All Over the City and the water begin to run Clear. Killed in riot. Washington dec. The riot by Corean natives in front the american legation building in Seoul one the rioters was shied by a pasing Street car. Much excite ment prevails but the american marines who Are Mard Are fully 0v Rines who Are guard Are Jable to Cope with the Shaa Tion i a report from Lorain gives the Fol lowing thrilling account the sink ing the Cascade one the finest Harbor tugs the lakes at Lorain sunday afternoon while attempting to Rescue the boats that were broke adrift by Friday s freshet she lies about feet Northeast the government breakwater in about forty feet water. Thirteen persons were Board but got off the ice and succeeded in walking to the Light House pier. One Man Harry Courtright a Are Man broke through a weak spot in the ice and Sank but was saved by his companions who used a Board. The Cascade was commanded by capt. E. D. Vosburg Cleveland and capt. James Bowen Lorain. The Accident occurred As a result a last Effort to reach the Craft stranded in the Lake just West Avon Point. They succeeded in reaching the b. O. Fuel scow Agnes and were endeavouring to make port with her when the St pm burs nto greater fury and the ice began to shift. Fearing Tat fret in and crushed capt. Vosburg would not at tempt to Tow the scow and abandoned her to save his tug. The journey Back was a fight against a terrific Northeast Gale with Snow so thick As to form a veil. The Pilot was unable to see ahead him but succeeded in almost reach ing port when a huge Jam ice caught his tug and crushed in the Bow. The water poured through in a torrent but those aboard wet off just in time. Before leaving her deserted boat swung round in a Cir Cle four then to the Bot Tom. The thirteen men left huddled the ice the storm so terrific that they could not Sec but a Hun ired feet started off practically haphazard to the East. Here they encountered open water and Courtright fell into the icy current. Prompt use a Board saved his life and the party then retraced the4r Steps took a course to the West and after a cold trip in the face the snowy Gale they got some distance North the Entrance to the Harbor. They turned in us no the wind As their guide and landed just North the Black River Light. One Man s ears were Frozen while Courtright. After his cold journey landed with clothing that was Frozen stiff. He was quickly removed to his Home. The Cascade was owned by the b. O. Railroad and was one the great lakes towing company s Fleet and was valued a she came to Lorain from Buffalo about five years ago. It is probable that As soon As open weather comes efforts will be made to raise her. The loss the Cascade leaves the port with out a single tug other boat thai is use. At this time this is unfortunate with matters in such a con fused stranded condition As a result the flood. Although this is the worst time year Fil ters Are doing perfect work. City chemist c. Arthur Brown in forms the times Herald that the Public filter Plant is doing perfect work this time the year the water department and part Izilar by the filter department t supreme test. For weeks the Lake has Frozen out As far As the Eye can see the result is the water 1-5 not aerated a when in action by the and the sewage the it is discharged from Mouth the River is not earned away As would be the Case if Tii Cre were no ice to hold it if the i ters can do their under conditions there can be no question their efficiency it any time properly bandied the tests show an average per cent removal for the past thirty Days better than 99 and at no ump has any intestinal bacteria been Dis covered. The water is declared by chemist Brown to be absolutely Here is something for those who Are pessimistic about Elyria s com ing Lake water Supply to consider he could not understand English the mayor by a Little pantomime made him understand the nature the charge showing at the same time the knife with which deed was committed. He identified the knife As his but disclaimed All knowledge the deed so he was sent Back to jail until tuesday morning when the Case will be heard. Lorain candidate democratic paper at to rain names w. A. Donald son for Republican nomination for Congress. A night s raid resulted in apprehension Man suspected Cut Ting with intent to kill social. There will be a dime social for the Benefit the old ladies Home at the residence mrs. Parks Foster evening january 25 at 7 p. M there will be music and an entertainment for the evening. Every one is cordially invited. It acting under orders from mayor Folger officers Whitney and How Lett raided the near the Fox Furnace go s Plant sunday night and arrested the proprietress. Lizzie Salbo. The place was crowded at the time and a wild scramble ensued Only one succeeding in making his escape one the officers succeeded in overhauling him and he proved to be the proprietor the hungarian boarding House. Officer Whitney took occasion to question him in regard to the cutting affray that took place Christmas Day in which John bolls was stabbed in the neck and he finally consented to show them the Man who did the Cut Ting. He led them up stairs in his boarding House where he pointed out an individual giving his name As Joseph Bugo who was arrested and put in the City lockup. On monday morning the proprietress was fined ant costs by May Folger who offered to remit be the daily news today presents for the consideration Lorain re publicans a Man who probably More than All others is Allied with the City s greatest industries a Man who has at stake As much As any Man m the City much More than most a Man Large ind varied Broad attainment and thorough ability and execution a Man who stands at the Lorain s Industrial and commercial development. With such a Man bearing the stamp Ard Lorain City in the nails Congress much could be Ioco Miksh de to Lorain s advantage with a Man at Washington As ambassador from Lorain. A twentieth Century City with twentieth Century ambitions just about to be realized Lorain would come into the recognition which is its due without which material advancement is certain to be de the daily news therefore presents to both party voters and the citizens Lorain county William a. Donaldson president the Ber news. 1" jailed for contempt court. Cleveland Jan. M. P. Mooney was ordered to jail for contempt court by judge Tilden monday morning owing to remarks addressed by the attorney during tit taking testimony in the Bic Orvaa Wil Case. Is the Law partner de f. Myer with offices in the society for savings. O advertise your wants i chronicle. Target circulation to City. Bronick want try them

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