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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 03, 1907, Elyria, OhioLocal weather partly Cloudy probably Raia in North portion fresh variable a vials becoming South. To Fleam Many. To offend As few possible to give More than we exact Confidence insure Success Irenie vol. 3. No. 907elyr1a, Lorain county Ohio. Monday june 3 197. Price one cent three wreck victims Homer alien Edward o Donnell and cd. Porter Laid to rest sunday was a. Day of mourning in Elyria. The funerals of the victims of the terrible Accident of thursday of Middle Avenue caused sorrow to pervade the Community. They brought vividly to mind the particulars of the collision. The last sad rites Over the bodies of Homer alien e. Otto Nae and c. V. Porter were at the come of Homer alien there was gathered a. Large crowd of friends and children who were schoolmates of the deceased. The great number of tokens of different designs testified to the great grief of is Many Meads Orer his death. Tie funeral service was by Rev. W. E. Cadmus and the body interred in the Elyria there was s. Large attendance of friends at Tae funerals of c. V. Porter and e. O doa Aeu. The services were at St. Mary s Church in the afternoon. Remains of both were interred St. Marys cemetery. The 3oral tokens in each Case were Many testifying to the sorrow being expressed Aad the respect held for them by May friends. Rev. Father Shafield conducted the services at the Cau Cit three funerals today Moads the funeral of w. Calien the Lake Shore claim agent who was killed was Well known in Sandusky. He was Clark Center s Deputy when or. Center was collector of internal Revenue under president Grant having at that time been a resident of Xor walk. Was a Fine gentleman and a Good official. Said or. Center on Friday night. Was shocked to learn of his death. The funeral of or. Alien was held monday morning at 10 o clock. After the service at the House the body was placed on a special Green Lise car and taken to isor Waik. On reaching there about 1 o clock the car stopped at ailing s Corners where the body was taken of and. Conveyed on the old state Road to Woodlawn cemetery where it was interred with Short services conducted by Rev. S. He Bartlett of Painesville and j. L. Deming. Of Norwalk. The Mother of Charles Porter who lost his life in the Accident resides in Norwalk. Her name is mrs. Jarvis who lives on Mill Street. Norwalk. F viral car to track three women Hurt in wreck on the Grafton line the dead of wreck printed in the daily chronicle through Courtesy of the Cleveland press. Jumps track Vii is Ehia Iee Wii St of Lake occurred. As in. The other cases the i Oral tokens were numerous the of cimeral service of or. H. M. Billings conducted by the first and second readers of first Church of Christ scientist. Miss Anna beara ont and or. F. M. Whiteman at the House. After this the body was taken to the masonic Temple where the masonic service according to its ritual was conducted. The service at the cemetery was also under the auspices of the masons. Or. Billings one of the oldest masons in the City. The body was interred in the Elyria cemetery. The funeral service of miss Eunice was conducted at her Home on Lake Avenue by re. G. W. Johnson pastor of the Baptist Church. At the close of the service at the House the remains were taken to the Elyria a an the Green which the family an friends of Edward Otto Nell to St. Marys cemetery sunday afternoon jumped the track on Lake Avenue and delayed the arrival at the burial ground an hour and ten minutes. It ii Joiene is Complete nervous wreck and wishes he could have died for victims of his carelessness also left the track on the return trip and the occupants brought to the City in carriages. The track on Lake Avenue is being removed to one Side of the Street to make Way for a new sewer and this is thought to be responsible for the numerous accidents tits character have taken place on that line within the past few Days. A milk car on the Green line was wrecked by jumping the track As it came out of Oberlin sunday Wiere they were interred noon. Attorney Miller worked hard in the interests of motor Nan fue Diener on saturday afternoon. He wanted to get the Moi Onnan out of jail but in two or three instances the securities which lie presented were turned Down. He finally secured Bondsmen that judge Washbum accepted and the unfortunate Man was released. The Bond which had to be put up is it is signed by Christ Koch and f. E. Koch of Cuya hoga county and Henry Balsman and Frank Hinz of the township of Avon. The Bond signed about and the prisoner was released at 7 o clock. As it was late a the evening before he Decani e aware that the Bond was signed the Mot Onnan was afraid that he would not be released on saturday evening. He was getting ready to go to bed when the turnkey told him that the Bond had been released signed and that he would be released. He was overjoyed at the news. When a reporter tried to interview fuer Diener after he was he said talk to me. Don t ask me now it happened. I Don t know after he left the City he went to the Home of his brother in Law Christopher Koch where his wife and two children Are now staying near Dover Center. Is a sick said his brother in Law Frank Koch. Are very much worried about him. We do not know How the Accident occurred and when we ask him about it he says do not know How it happened. All i can remember is hearing an awful crash. I can see my car plunging into the rear of the other one i can hear the screams and continued on Page eight Mot Onnan fue Diener guilty of manslaughter. Kis car was certainly going than twelve Miles an hour which is the limit Laid Down in. The City ordinance the eident will not Likely hold with through Joe would anything by holding it in View of the thorough Way in which the prosecuting attorney is going about Bis work. Inquests Are Only necessary when some one is mysteriously killed but in the Case of the wreck there is no mystery and the Legal authorities say there is no need of a Coroner s probe. Coroner Miller has instructed Constable Gabon that he must not serve any summonses for the inquest until he receives farther instructions from m Here was a meeting of the Beard health Friday at Noos to receive Bias 7. For the collection of garbage in the City. No bids were received and the. Members of the Are at know a to night Ethel we beside and her pick Aninies patients Are nicely Kelley and Massey in to Weir Pla Yettel entitled intruder Ilion prices 10 and 20 cents matinee saturday mrs. Sala improved and miss Buttler undergoes operation miss Marguerite Butler who lost one foot on the night of the Accident was operated on sunday and a part 1 of the other foot was removed. She i bore the operation bravely and is 1 doing As Well As can be expected. She is Only seventeen years of age and very popular All her acquaintances who Hope that her life May be spared. J. P. Sala s condition is still serious. On saturday evening there was a consultation of physicians and gave or. Sala some encouragement As to the condition of his wife. Her physician or. Hubbell said late sunday evening that mrs. Sala s Condi Tion had been greatly improved. The patients at the Hospital May not be held by Coroner Moler grand jury investigation into wreck will bring out All details the grand jury probe into the recent wreck on Middle Avenue is being carried on in a thorough and systematic Way. The jury will not report before tuesday. When their work is through they will have heard the testimony of forty witnesses. The sheriff and his staff is being kept serving summonses on people who Are wanted As witnesses. It is Are the general opinion of the people that the Coroner will think the matter Over but it is altogether Likely that he will discover that there will be no necessity for an enquiry. One lawyer stated on monday that it Vonald be the height of Folly to hold an inquest after the grand jury probe. Meeting postponed chamber of Commerce to Hustle Hospital project by order of the Board of directors the. Regular monthly meeting of the Elyria chamber of Commerce which to have occurred this monday evening has been postponed until monday evening june 10th. Better Hospital facilities for Elyria will be the subject for discussion. The meeting will be held in the Council chamber at p. A. And ail citizens interested in the Hospital project Are earnestly requested to be present. 1mposter gets thirty Day sentence in county jail Frank Eph offer the Man with a boil on his neck who impersonated a wreck victim and lured dimes and Nickles from the pockets of a number of Elyria citizens and who was arrested at the carnival grounds by acting. Chief Whitney was Given a hearing before mayor. Chapman saturday evening. He pleaded guilty to the charge of soliciting Money on false pretences and was sent to jail All doing As Well As can be expected. The jury cannot help but bring in for thirty Days. F aped in hey a received no bids the Green line company is running in hard Luck since its Accident on Middle Avenue. At noon monday there was another Accident on the Grafton line a Short distance from the Grafton Junction. The car was coming toward the City when it struck a ran that was out of place which caused it to slew across the track. There were Many passengers in the car and All were pretty Well Shook up. But none were seriously injured. Miss Lottie Lovejoy of the old ladies Home was one of the Trompen who was bruised. Mrs. Maysel of Cood Willei was injured the most. One of her arms was badly strained and she was scratched about the face. There was great excitement for a time. Wallace Case postponed it was intended to try the cases this week but on the court being notified that there was a flaw in one of the records a the probate court needed for the cases he continued them All until next term. This is the action in which it is proposed to show that mrs. Wallace a old woman has a right to compensation for her Dower interest in the most of the land in South Lorain. The National tube company s works Are built on some of the Wallace property. The Chesela land co purchased a great Deal of the property and sold Gas Consumers in Elyria will be inconvenienced by shortage another sunday froze yesterday As announced by the citizens Gas company on saturday the Sas pressure was very Low on sunday morning and the people who used Gas had considerable trouble in getting enough Gas with which to Cook their meals. The Low pressure bothered the i hotels a great Deal. It was intended by the company to connect another pipe at it. Gilead with the main feed pipe at that place and it was on account of this that Consumers were notified on saturday that the Gas would be Low on Sun Dayall the Wells were shut of and every preparation was Mace so that the connection could be made on Sanday morning. The pressure was put at 125 pounds. When the men were about ready to connect the pressure was found too much for a twelve Inch main and it snapped in two like a whip Stock the. Pipe Rose up and then gave away and a great amount of Gas was lost and this was tie reason the Gas was so Law. The Accident occurred on saturday evening. Sup Adams was notified of the Accident at twelve o clock on saturday by the manager of tie Gas company at Newark. Another sunday will Cave to be set apart to make the connection that was prevented by the explosion. 100 men wanted1 to buy season tickets to maintain Ball team tickets on Sale at Savage s jewelry store Raoke Hanse. Randau s drug Fauver and Robson s. Jackson hotel. We have a fast team together and wish to keep them but owing to weather we have been up against it. But with a. Advance Sale of tickets we can keep the team. We have booked 52 games with the Best teams in the. State. Will sell these season tickets Good for All games that Elyria plays at Home for s5.00 a ssh
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