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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 26, 1909, Elyria, OhioVol. . A pathetic Case 13 that of the family of contractor dudgeon of South offers Reward of too for in formation As to mis whereabouts. If c c dudgeon. The South to in contractor who disappeared of Bis Home a month ago would Low the grief and desolation his go g away has caused in his Home he acid not allow a hour s Unne Ces by delay to interfere with his get in word to his wife and aged pants that he is a tvs. And Well. There is a pc King that or. Dude n is now not our from Cleveland. 0 one can exactly explain Why that press Ion prevails. Mrs. Is. Write everywhere she can think husband would Likely be and gets 1 As tune passes her any increases Ana or. Dudgeon s who Are keeping the with Cir lives away Etic Case. Mrs. Dudgeon has not much Mon with which to fight life s Battles be but says that she will pay r information regarding her Hus and s whereabouts. She will not use her husband any trouble any wife Are it is indeed a a him Good hot will gladly pay to know that a letter she shall write to him reaches him. If therefore any Cne Here knows where or. Dudgeon is it will be an easy Way to earn to simply let her know. Is is Small Man i protruding upper and lower Teeth which slant into the Mouth. In this he is very pen Chr. In is a Carpenter by Trade and Ali com sure to engage in that work he is. He is also an experienced Slater and May work at that and can if occasion requires do some Draugh Ting. Or dudgeon has a Short Black Mark on the right Side of his fore head. He is 5 feet 5 inches tall 46 years of age hair and Black mixed head nearly Bald Brown eyes wears no. 6j4 walks quickly native american Speaks English Only. Any one who can give the in formation desired in this article will please Call on or address mrs. C. C dudgeon no. .493 i2th Avenue to Raih Ohio and the Reward will be ing but that for she wants to do promptly cases in court the Ohio fiber manufacturing with which j. W. Voglesong is Omi Hently connected has com ended suit against w. W. Hoffman to rime a plaster works at South brain. The a alleges that leased the defendant a woo j i and that the by accounting and judgment r Frederick Webster administrator the estate of James w carpet has asked the common pleas court an a courting in a Case faint Jarales f. Carpenter and oth a for the proceeds of certain real Tate and for a judgment of id interest. Stanko Kasunic is the plaintiff in suit against Niokolas Gracan for of and. Interest alleged to be due a loan. X the Case of Bert Moore against sep Idlor has been carried up to e circuit court. The of Mike Mode a Hunga Lorai for stabbing intent to wound in a Saloon it at South Lorain has been on Jan Day and tuesday and the Gnu ends were made by prosecutor and attorney Adams counsel rite defense tuesday afternoon. Next trial will be that of Craw re and Collins of Lorain charged Ith assault to Rob on a Man named Kier. Probate court. J. W. Pomeroy has Appo Iri guardian of Mary Jane Kinton a. Mute imbecile Bond z. Tillotson has been appointed Ris Trator with the will the estate of Peter Sigourney late Kinton Bond and officials of the National tube company in consultation with to rain steel managers. Vials of the National tube company Are Here in consultation with pres. Daniel Coolidge and general Man Ager m. M., Suppes. It is believed very Good news will. Come within a few Days. . I Furnace was blown in this morning and no. 2 is drying and will be blown in within a week. It is believed the entire Plant will be in operation by feb View of the u. S. Cruise this View of the deck of the United states what May be the scene of great activities a Litt be the new flagship of Uncle Sam s squad is always More or less trouble threatening. Formerly occupied by the oly Nipa which w Nila. Politici1 capital attempt to make it out of test from the first Ward. Tomorrow is the Day set for the hearing of the injunction care w cide whether or. Wor Titington can attempt to take the in the Ftp Council vacated by or. Lersch. So much being done to the Public and the court it the and make political capital oat of the situation by a local daily by a misrepresentation of the facts that it is Only just to or Hobill to say thai his position is that if he was elected to the provisions of the Law after the taking of the ballot in which he received a plurality of the votes no action of the Council could annul the state Law and he i fact and the line of duty in taking such Steps As wond be sary to maintain his position Whin an attempt was made to override the Law. It was not on the advice of the that pres. Smith took a see ballot and cast the deciding vote As has teen reported but cont a to it and the certificate of election was made to or. Hobill on d decision of the solicitor Given before they alleged deciding vote was East v. The base insinuations against or. Hobt Nyk motives politically ant that he was to be used As a tool by any. One for purposes of Pri interest should not Avail in injuring him personally affecting pc opinion or judicial any More than has the voluminous eev1 Ito rial Vilii cation and abuse that has been vomited Forth during the past several years affected others against whom it has been spent. If there be any ulterior motives in any of the proceedings of the first Ward Council Case the place to look for it is where the attempt is being made be throw dust in people s eyes. Police court for the country an International y. a. Women s auxiliary. A Good time that was the verdict of those who went to Jacob Decker s monday evening. A party of forty five went to the Home of Jacob Decker monday evening to assist him in celebrating his birthday. V the party was composed of Elyria people and neighbors of or. Decker. Or. Decker was presented a Fine rocking chair As a memento of the the feature of the occasion was the supper such As one can get Only country. It is sufficient Only to say that there were six roast ducks and ten chickens As a part of the menu with ice Cream and other Good things in abundance. The evening was spent at dancing and games. Excellent music on the and piano were furnished by Wing Hobill and miss Clara Gratz Lodi Street miss Gratz although quite Young kept the piano going from Early in the evening until nearly morning. Novel scheme. Walsh Russell have instituted a scheme to reduce their Stock Lina during the next thirty Days. Practically allow the customer be his own Price telling in cases under Cost. reasons Cash offer on any article cent up will be . Iry Sale Tennis gowns gowns. Gowns 30 i.i9 Nifgi marriage licenses. Leo l. Durkee 27, Fanner Eaton. Rose e. Alexander 26, school teacher Eaton. Rev. Critz to officiate. Thomas j. 27, Pressman to rain Adda seeker dressmaker Cleve land. Or. Dawson to officiate. Supper. 1 the ladies Aid society it the m e. Church will supper on wednesday evening 47, from 5 Vail 7 o clock. Price 15.cents. 01 the greatest of health Wise demonstrated free thit to Call and partake. 7 if the women s auxiliary of the International committee of Young men s Christian associations at its annual meeting held last week at the Home of or. And mrs. John d. Rockefeller in new York City re viewed a year of remarkable service for Young men especially in connection with the work for soldiers and sailors. The officers of. The auxiliary Are president mrs. E. A. Mcalpin first vice president mrs. Russel Sage second vice president miss Hellen Miller Gould Secretary treasurer mrs. Charlesf. Darlington this is the organization through which was erected and furnished the splendid building for sailors and marines at 167 Sands Street Brooklyn costing about in this one building during the past year Over lodgings have been furnished and Over have been handled for d men for temporary Safe keeping and permanent Deposit. The report of the Secretary treasurer showed a Large service rendered in this work for Young men and indicated that nearly had been Given during the year through the auxiliary Treasury for the army and Navy work local and general at Home and in the Philippines and also for similar work among Railroad men students boys and indians the Admiral paid a tribute to the ladies of the auxiliary rear Admiral a. C. Taylor u. S. N., chief of the Bureau of navigation who addressed the meeting of the work of the naval Young men s Christian association. He said he was present by direction of his chief Hon. W. H. Moody Secretary of the Navy who had hoped to attend in person to express his Hearty approval of the work of the. Naval association. Admiral Taylor s Aid it is proposed to add men each year to the Navy until seamen ire enrolled because of the splendid Type of men being secured direct from our Best citizens Homes All that is necessary to insure lives of rectitude is a proper provision plying the legitimate needs of these men. Although naval officers have Long sought some sort of club to do All efforts have failed until the entered the Field. The Workings of this idea have proved it to be wire Elm value morale and the nor Mility Owr men. I can hardly express to you the satisfaction it is to the Captain of a battleship when he approaches an enemy to feel that there Are not at the guns or fur Naces Blear eyed men with nerve still trembling from Long continued Debauch. You cannot know All the benefits of this As we. Do who experience them. This great enter prise of keeping naval seamen in the right path is no longer an Experiment it has been thoroughly its defects have been corrected its Good Points have been confirmed. It is now five years since in command of the Indiana just after the Spanish War i perceived its perfected value to the Navy As Well As to the Navy department. Its Suc Cess has been fully demonstrated. I urge upon All present to use every create similar institutions in other the. Navy department in the per son of the. Secretary and in my own person under him As chief of the cordially endorse any extend Enterprise beyond its. Present limits and com mend it As a most worthy and Admir Able idea. To my official endorse ment i add my personal approval of this important project. worthier plan can be imagined than this which has for its object to keep the feet of Young seamen in the paths of moral and religious rectitude making them at the same time better ser vants of government better fit Ted to carry the Flag of our free nation into All regions of the Earth and above All More worthy to carry out on dearth the gracious purposes of divine the president mrs. E. A. Mcalpin made an Earnest Appeal for. Means for the immediate Extension of the naval work to All of the More important stations of the United states Navy. S branches of the auxiliary have been established at Norfolk va., and Newport r. .1. Barton is president of taif Norfolk Branch and mrs. S. B. Luce wife of rear Admiral Luce is president of the Newport Branch. The work of the association at these places has beep As successful in its development and in its effective reaching of the men As that in Brooklyn. Men s Fine Soe Jaeger the Speed underwear Sale Price menu. The Biggs subscribe for the chronicle Busy All Day with the Tri Al of the hungarian charged with stabbing kill last Christmas. Jujj mayor Folger s court was Busy All tuesday with the hearing of Joseph is charged with having what is the reason Lorain county s interests Are still taken care of and answered. What is the reason Lorain county seems to have left out in the cold when the appoint ments weve made in the l House there Christmas. The trial has to be con ducted through an interpreter. John Conaway is conducting the defense. K. Of k social the knights of Columbus held a very enjoyable social at the g. A. R. Hall monday evening. In the first part of the evening Pedro was played mrs. John Hoffman winning the ladies prize and Grover Cullens the gentlemen s. Afterwards the party enjoyed a dance music be ing furnished by Pomeroy s orches tra. Squires child doing Well. F Little Alice Squires daughter of mrs. Lynn of West bread Street who was badly buried Mon Day Are clothing having caught fire from a red hot poker in the hands of her brother doing nicely. O january Sale Zaoie linens and Nap Kins now on. Everard advertise your wants in the chronicle. Largest circulation in the City. X o egg of see. You can use egg of see in so Many different ways. Try it Only Ioc 165 a Bright clean Home paper. The chronicle. You make a mistake if you Are not a regular Reader. Chronicle want ads Are winners try them. Advertise your wants in the chronicle. Largest circulation i the City. O a Bright clean Nome paper. The chronicle. You make a mistake ii Yon Are not regular Reader. Kindig 557 Lodi st., cleans watch i and warrants them for a Bright clean Home paper. The chronicle. You make a Yon Are not a regular Reader Wool Biff it it Everard co. Chamberlain was elected presi Fleat pro tet ii but no other appointments were received there from this county were there no applications for or were the legislators from county powerless to secure Lorain county usually stands in front ranks in the legislature As web As other places where state interest Are at stake but Lorain county seems to be loosing some of the has heretofore Jan uary 8. T clerkship for Lorain county. In a. E. Nash of Pittsfield ban this week received the appointment of assistant clerk in Thuc Senate an has already entered upon his at Columbus. Or. Nash is a pop Dat energetic Young Republican Ani a member of the county committee and his appointment comes As a Well deserved Reward reporter january 20. New divorce Case started in common pleas court Charles h. Culp has commence a suit for divorce against Sarah a. Culp. According to the petition the parties were married in Toledo m june 1897, and lived in Brighton until october 1898, when the plaint i alleges he was forced to leave on account of the cruelty of the defend ant whom he charges with threaten ing to Poison him also with Gross neglect of duty and wilful absence for More than three years. Ingersol Stetson Are her attorneys. O weather one lot ladies Ujj m kid gloves. As Are the it pfc cold wave coming Washington d. A Jan. Ohio Snow tonight except fair in southwestern portion cold. Cold wave i Central am a item portion wednesday fair except Snow along the Northeast Lake
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