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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 30, 1909, Elyria, OhioF chronic vol. S. Nxx176 agricultural Elyria Ohio saturday january 30, 1904. On trial holds its in the g. A. Day help in fight for state a a Tolje. Lorain county agricultural society held its annual meeting in the g. A r. Hall saturday commencing to . At session rep its were read showing the fair Cassona Tion to have made a net profit Over part year. Were very encouraging. The fair associations each the counties have been asked to assist Lawrence county in fighting the county auditor that county who refuses to pay the state allowance it was voted to assist with an appropriation in the afternoon election directors to succeed those whose terms expire this year resulted As follows Avon j. B. Gabon i Carlisle c. G. Bailey l Elyria h. H. Forbes i Huntington e. A. Bliss Lagrange i. A. Freeman Ridgeville j. D. Cole Sheffield l. Ii. Minard Wellington Frank Clifford Rochester Stewart Mcconnell the trial Stephen Gresler bound Over from Justice Stiwald s court in North Amherst december 31, for shooting with intent to wound commenced saturday it proceeds slowly As All the Testi Mony has to be Given through an interpreter. Sunday school Sleigh ride the sunday school classes Rev. Wannamaker mrs. Shearer and mrs. Fauver the second congregational Church went a Sleigh ride Friday might and finally brought up at the Home miss Carrie Cunningham West the City. Miss Cunningham is a member Rev Wannamaker s class. Refreshments were served and a very enjoyable evening was spent with miss Cunningham. Delight Gjolme the Ganal Price one a but. Situation . Philippi Bunau Varilla. Or. Philippi Bunau Varilla who As minister to the United states from the new Republic pan who was associated with the Panama Public Panama was it rumoured that he had More _ _ n . Luge will leave Oberlin Oberlin o., Jan. Alice Hanson Luce announced Friday that at the end the present school year she would resign her position As Dean the woman s department and pro Fessor English in Oberem College she will become owner ind principal the Willard american school for girls in Berlin Germany. The news came As a great Surprise to the entire student body and faculty members and it is universally was subscribed by the students and recognized that Oberlin College will embers Oberem College a ment. The Young men s dancing club the Bankers fraternal Union gave a very enjoyable dance at the Macca Bee Hall Friday evening. There was a Good attendance and Good music furnished by Baumer s orchestra. The party was an Ideal one and a very pleasant evening was spent. The members the club Are As follows Joseph f. P. Hummel George Dachtler Albert Clark t. Howard Betteridge Arthur c Leverton and c. R. Summers. Oberlin College will sup port missionary. Oberlin at a special Chapel service held Friday Forenoon severe loss in her depart a new merchant t. W. Has opened a new shoe store in the Block Cheapside. Brewer Endley Trotter has lived in Elyria for a number years where he is Well and favourably known and his Many friends wish him Success in his new venture. Or. Trotter was formerly employed at the steel Plant at Lorain. The chronicle extends to the new Mer chant a most Hearty Welcome. For the maintenance Paul Leaton Corbin As missionary from this col lege in the Mission Fields Shansi China. Or. Corbin is at present lecturing before the colleges the country in the interest the student Volun Teer movement and will sail for Chi a next fall. He graduated from the theological Seminary at Oberlin last year and is regarded As the Strong est Man perhaps that Oberlin has sent out in years. Han an inkling the matter in advanced he was made the first minister the new nation at Washington and now he is to retire and will be succeed Varilla is a suave Frenchman 1 company. When the new re eluded the new canal by a citizen Panama. Treaty. All ready work the private interests which Are clamouring for the abandonment giving away the canals by the state Are not getting much ment from the mass citizens from state officials. Only litre there prejudice causes an atack the canals. The following utter views were Given out by senators Harris and Moore at Columbus i do not believe that the canal system should be permitted to remain a constant Drain upon the state said Moore. The rentals Are shamefully Low. By rentals i refer to the returns from water rights. For instance the Ron waterworks pays the state a year for water which they in turn sell for the state Board Public works elects a superintendent to look after this feature at a salary a year. They have a commission to assist them in addition. It looks to me As if there were very Good grounds for senator Harris endorsed Moore s opinion to the letter. The state canal system will not be said h bitty there will be a stirring up things in the office the state Board Public works. It is notoriously a fact that the have been neglected As to the extent revenues that might have been drawn out whatever May be the Justice their conclusions As to the work the department it is fortunate that new blood is being infused into this department the state work. The appointment . L. D. Hamlin this City to a place the Board Vas along the line Progress As he an enthusiastic canal Man who has during the. Past year greatly in creased the tax rentals by his own individual Effort in spite the fact that he had to secure waivers contracts to do so. The investigating commission which . Hamlin was a member has increased the rentals in the aggregate nearly this was done in excess the authority conferred upon them by the Bill creating the commission which demonstrates what May be done by a systematic Effort the part people clothed with proper Power. When a thorough investigation shall have been had the Public general Assembly will learn that the fault is with the antiquated canal Laws More than with the personnel the department. Al the construction the Plant will probably electrical go s the switch from the Lake Shore tracks and the property the Dean electrical company has been put in and completed this is what has been holding Back the work commencing the Plant. As Stiefe Are ten car loads Plant material in Elyria for the new fac tory it is probable that ground will be broken for the new Plant monday and the work construction will be hastened As rapidly As circumstances will permit. Divorce suits husband and wife each have grievances Lorain cases. Hurled Twenty five feet by explosion dynamite. Blairsville while working Friday the double track ing the c. L. W. Railroad at Fairport four Miles North Here Thomas Paul was fatally Hurt by the explosion Twenty three Sticks dynamite which was being thawed oat Paul was hurled Twenty five feet although terribly mangled he ired for an hour. Others the construction gang escaped with slight injuries. The explosion was Felt for More than a mile away. F. Are wed to remember the two men insane Henry Kinn Uvyn North am Herbt who recently caused consider Able excitement by his resistance the marshal that Village has been adjudged insane and sent to Toledo. Henry c. Myers Lorain has also been adjudged insane and ordered to the state Hospital at Anna c. Friend who lives the Levitt Road near Lorain iras brought suit against Benjamin j. Friend. She alleges drunkenness Ana cruelty As grounds charging that the defendant has attacked her a number Tinics and one time striking her the nose causing blood to flow. She asks for divorce Alimony custody Chil Tion to have made a net profit Ever from molesting her. Edward King Lorain brought suit against Maud m Vorce grounds King for i Toledo. Char Dojk after being out All night the jury failed to convict druggist Shank Burton illegal liquor Selling. Probate court. S. B. Chester Wellington has been appointed guardian Edna and Floyd Scoville Bond Date monday feb. 8th, which Date the team together with the ladies team will go to Norwalk to Rosma Baker guardian Mary assist in installing a Lodge. A Gaul it al., has filed a petition to f. P. In Muelu land i w. B. Bedortha has been appoint inv tikk want Tai Art Tam fat de. Administrator the estate s. Streator Bond adultery Gross neglect duty and will Fui absence guilty. After an hour Friday night the jury returned a verdict guilty shoot ing Nith intent to wound against Stephen Goranovich who was charged with shooting at the Gateman at the steel Plant a few weeks ago. The kingdom the Mikado win be the subject the missionary address at the first congregational Church tomorrow evening. The lec Ture will be beautifully illustrated with coloured views representing the life and religion the enterprising people Japan. These views have been sent from Boston especially for this lecture. There were three drunks in police court saturday morning. Marriage licenses. John Mengel 20, Carpenter Amherst. Matilda Katherine Christiansen Toledo. Another Sleigh ride party. Oliver Smith and Arthur Kuchen Rither took a party out to Cottes Brook in a Sleigh to the Home Irene grooms Friday night. Ernest Brundge chaperoned the party. A very enjoyable time was re ported by All. The party returned at a late hour. Weather. Roads legislative committees invite county commissioners to come and per suggestions for new i Road Laws. In the House monday feb. 15, got. Will Derrer the dress Welcome. Tea Wil provide a series five Minster Taihi upon Good roads. From the observations will be framed a Good roads Meas ure. Meantime pending Good Bills will sleep in committee. V. F1 Washington Ohio Snow d. A Jan. Tonight with rising Columbus o., Jan. Were issued today by the joint committees roads and highways to the county commissioners the state at Large inviting them to attend the Good roads convention to be held funeral mrs. The funeral mrs. Griffiths if be held from her late Home at clock sunday afternoon. Interment will be made in the Elyria cemetery. A Bright clean Nome paper. Chronicle. You make a mistake if you Are not a regular Reader. Temperature. Sunday Snow. New officers installed at the last meeting the b. F. U., the following officers were installed past president George h. Chamberlain. President Herbert Putter. Vice president c. E. Ferguson Secretary mrs. Susie k. Clark. Corresponding Secretary we. M. Smith. Banker h. A. Daniels associate editor t. Howard Betteridge. Chaplain mrs. Helen Knowlton. Musical director mrs. Lincoln. Conductor Pauline Barney. Sergeant at arms we. J. Morris. Inner guard Luella Clark. Outer guard William j. Moran. Trustee f. P. Hummel. There was also initiation and a pleasant Lodge meeting. The Farmer boy that does it succeed in the City and the one that does. Fajr Mccutcheon. In Chicago tribune.1 Light to dark. I m to try Lleve i tried Choc no where i won t have to work Down to hard work hard. I what to see a Little i d Wake a go a few Row this Hetter. 1 Sandusky Charles g. Bart Lett was appointed to the postmaster ship at the soldiers Home Friday. Men s pm Joe a Eft had Sadk proct 3d bin it if the oldest and most successful practitioners osteopathy in the state . Thompson and . Eck. Cart Cleveland have opened an fice in the Jhonson Block in our City for the practice osteopathy every tuesday thursday and saturday from to i p. M. Will take Only a limited number patients. Con saltation to to

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