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Elyria Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - January 23, 1915, Elyria, OhioElyria the 100% City Wear sunday. Vol. Xvii. No. 10. Elyria evening Telegram the Home paper Elyria and Vicinity largest paid circulation in Lorain county. Elyria Ohio saturday january 23, 1915. When illness entered Home two men failed to prove True. Divorce Mill Busy Fol r decrees granted by Iris go when tales Arl so and Zefi Lect were told in rheumatism still child wife divorced. Four women related tale1? Snow storm supplanted rain drops at Midnight political workers Are bus ily engaged sounding out the voters this City relative to whom they would support. Sleet storm was Short affair late Friday night. Snow plows Job traction companies cleared tracks congealed moisture Only 1o have a coat ice form rails wave disappeared soon. It a Lucky thing that the t ram which set in about Midnight with the general election results to mow severe Gleet Only decided a few months ago and atom might have resulted in Addi. The judgeship election still in it would seem As though the voters had heard enough politics for awhile to insist upon a Brief rest abuse and neglect the part no such Luck the candidates for husbands. Saturday divorces were granted them i wife Redington morning and by already stirring around when solicitor Findley announced that he would not be a candidate for two the women were deserted re election there was naturally a by their husbands when ill health run the part the younger at tendered them distasteful to the men who had promised to love and Cher ish them for life. Deserted wife. Mrs Leone c. Smith an attractive resident South Lorain. Possesses a cheery disposition despite the fact that she has been afflicted with rheumatism for the past seven years. She testified that she was in excellent health when she married her Bisband but As soon As she became ill his love for her grew cold and he even refused to support her and returned to the Home his parents wilful absence and Gross neglect peeling pm duty was the grounds upon which no announcements have i he degree was granted been authorized by any the pro Brief courtship. J posed candidates As far As can be Edna m. Brink Oberlin politicians Are Busy Mere slip a girl 19 years age the rounds in an attempt to american sold proceeds Nfn rofl Cha 1_____ fhe tvs Siulte Rita Nurt and her course to port in Germany. Was not molested tourneys to secure the nomination for that office and quite a merry fight is for favourable promises from the voters this City to sup port certain candidates at the Prim Aries. Eyes chair. While mayor Tucker has not Given them any reason to believe that he will not be a candidate to succeed himself As mayor Elyria is generally admitted that he will have More less Competition when elec Tion time Rolls around for this Hon . Tion to the heavy Snow which had already been precipitated. Ice was rapidly forming a sur face earthly objects when the temperature became cooler and Snow flakes supplanted rain drops. Traction companies put the Snow plows to work Friday evening and the tracks were slowly covering with ice As Long As the rain continued. The Snow is Drifting badly in the Rural districts and traffic is influx telfered with considerably in cer Tain sections. The sea combat resumes As allies and germans engage in deadly Duel. Begin new warfare Kaiser s submarine Torpe does British boar in open ing attack English merchant Crex destroyed Steamer saved. Is Paris Jan. Group German aeroplanes attacked Dunkirk and near by coast villages Friday. They dropped about 80 bombs. There Are 20 known victims the raid whom 7 Are dead. One warehouse full Merchan Dise was burned. French and English aeroplanes pursued the enemy and brought Down one the hostile machines. Court that she knew t be possible support any her husband by sight for a year but one some six men could reason that she had corresponded with him ably expect Muster in Case they for three weeks before he led her Jenter the to the altar. 1 i was deceived by both Brink and hate explained the child wife they told me he and liquor were strangers hard Drinker. Before two weeks their mar ried life had passed into history mrs. Brink discovered her husband was Friendly terms with Demon rum and nearly All his wages were spent for liquor the two rooms the couple lived in were poverty stricken apartments according to the testimony offered by the girl s parents so she secured a divorce the ground extreme cruelty. More drunkenness. Ezra Nichols Ridgeville at present an inmate at the Warrens Volle farm As a result continued sprees in Cleveland lost his wife Bessie when witnesses testified he been a drunkard for the past four years. Anna Smith Lorain a Young coloured woman testified she worked out and did washings to support her husband and her step children but from now she will be known As mrs Anna Thompson her marriage to Smith being her second matrimonial adventure. Of because he was struck by a Green line car and knocked into a Snow Drift at Lorain John Meyers seeks to recover Tor injury ies alleged to have been inflicted up him. Fox will be out his pit oilman will Lead at tack sir Bushy the Fox which was holed the Patkin farm at Laporte will be dug out saturday night if Reynard does not demonstrate his proverbial shyness by giving them the slip. The Fox Hunters do not admit this As a possibility however but insist that it is safely buried awaiting the attack its enemies. The assault the Lair sir Bushy Tail will be led by pit oilman an experienced Fox Hunter who led the Chase thursday night. The two foxes came from Mantua in Portage county they were chased by Fox Hunters horseback to Lagrange where the Trail was lost. The Hunters return fed to Man Tua. Men from Grafton and la Grange then took up the Hunt. One the foxes got away. The other is supposed to be safely holed at la Porte. C. B. Minch George Street has returned from a business trip to and other Southern cities. Wealthy business Man adopts Wellington boy Oberlin 0, Jan. In t stated that he had no particular often in these Days High prices aversion for freckles and red hair r and the Scarcity meat that any it was t because thedr having one wakes up a Fine Winter s i freckles and red hair that miss morning and finds himself sudden Belknap picked out the two sagely transplanted from a charitable youngsters from among the others institution for the poor into the the institution but their Bright midst wealth and plenty. But and Snappy eyes combined with such was the Fortune James their gentle and innocent manner Sage son a Wellington resident gave them an air intelligence and Foo was recently taken from the common sense quite distinguished Home at this place to from others. In fact Only one boy be adopted by a wealthy resident Oak Park 111. Or. Sage Wellington recently lost his wife and being cramped circumstances was asked for but miss Belknap not being Able to make a Choice be tween the two Brothers affred per in rather Mission to bring both the boys financially this arrangement was agreed to by and since he had no Means car the Oak Park gentleman and the ing for his children his two sons red haired youngsters were loaded Leon 10, and James 5, were placed the Chicago special wednesday in the Oberton children s Home in noon. December 23, for the greatest til a permanent Home could be vacation they Evgr had. Found for them. The Opportunity came after spending an exciting Christ sooner Mas in Oak Park James the Young than was expected for a prominent finally selected to re bus Friess Man Oak Park 111., a main and Leon the older returned suburb Chicago having lost his to Oberlin to resume his work in wife and children some years ago the local school. Recently married and wishing too adopt some childen wrote to Miae see our window full special cd Furlotte Belknap 16, and asked Selling at f 2 98 for saturday and her to trick a boy for him from the monday. Friday Thomas Advt. Children a Home. In his request he l-22-2t Alert Cruiser Avith smoke pouring out stacks made no Effort to Dehay Steamer gambling huge cargo meat Grain and fruits to foreign Power. New York Jan a cargo food supplies shipped by an american firm and consigned to an american in Germany the american owned Steamer Wilhelmina left Friday from this port for Ham Burg the shippers assert the food is meant Only Tor consumption by civilians. This is the first food carrying american vessel to leave an american port for Germany since War began in Europe if she is seized by warships the allies her consignors the w. L. Green commission co. Of St. Louis will file a protest with the american state department according to local attorneys the company claiming the Al lies Are not within their right privileges under International Law in preventing the shipment conditional contraband to non combatants in a Coli buy at War with the allies. In order to Controvert in Advance a possible claim by great Britain any other the allies the Wilhelmina s cargo is intended for use by the Ger Man government its naval Mili tary forces by agents contractors which Supply that government with foodstuffs the cargo is consigned to an american citizen who will be m Hamburg the Date which the ves Sel will arrive if she escapes seizure. Furthermore both consignors and the German government guarantee according to attorneys the cargo is in tended for consumption non combatants Only. They will warn Drivers autos and wagons to be careful. London Jan. Fever struck London frieday night harder than it did tuesday night for Cromer the North sea m Norfolk re ported several air cruisers had passed Over that in from the sea and whirring toward London after merely flashing searchlights about enough to determine that they were the propel course. Coming but three nights after the raid that scattered bombs about Norfolk news threw London into Little less than a panic. It seemed the germans had made Good quickly their announcement that More raids were to come. But As the night wore and no further reports raiders arrived the City resumed its Normal War condition and went to bed in the dark. No bombs were dropped. Western Heights Gas Well proved to be rank failure. Expensive duster men who promoted drilling test Well disappointed to discover to Supply i Tei Earth. Denied its pres ence Here Long ago. That their Little no Gas sup ply in the Earth under lying this City is proved by the Sun in Western Heights m an Effort to discover a Gusher after drilling a Hole from 2400 to 2600 feet the Ely property the Well was abandoned no sign Gas having been discovered when the Gas Sand was tapped. J the men who promoted the Well drilling were very much disappointed As it was hoped to locate a Gas Field which would Supply All the factories in the City with a Supply fuel. Gas experts connected with the Doherty company holding company for the Lorain county electric company had reported that in their opinion there was no Large amount Pas in about this City. This Well is the deepest one Ever sunk hereabouts and will probably put an end to further activities along that line in the Vicinity Elyria. Ge1 Price ont u drilled Hole feet deep but found no Gas Mexico s new president Gen. Roque Gonzales Garza the latest provisional president Mexico who was appointed by the National convention. London Jan. Battle Flanders has been resumed. After a Lull caused by recent heavy storms the germans Are violently bombarding nieuport while the allies have brought their infantry into action and it Las made some Progress Toj Tae East the Lombart de Highway. Between nieuport and Ostend a hard Battle has been uninterruptedly raging for four Days despite rain flooded trenches and almost impassable roads says the Sluis hol land correspondent the Tele Graaf the correspondent reports Large num Bers German wounded passing Sluis. This is officially announced in a communique issued by the French War office Friday afternoon. French artillery still Mamta is its advantage Over that the germans Between Ypres and the Oise near Berry tupac the Aisne the French Hare recaptured a Trench that they were compelled to evacuate because a violent bombardment by the germans. The situation at the outskirts Soissons is unchanged according to the communique. Capture German trenches. The communique tells for the first time the capture 150 Yards German trenches m the Forest a remont but at the same time admits that this gain was later lost because heavy bombardment by Ger mans. A slight setback to the French in the Forest la Pretre Northwest Pont a Mousson is also admitted the germans having recaptured portions the trenches taken by the French Jan. 20 a heavy detachment the French army that captured Sonnheim in up per Alsace from the germans has been diverted toward the North in Stead continuing eastward against Muelhausen. This is shown by the official state ment the French War office saying that infantry fighting has been in Progress for two Days around Hart Mannweiler Kopf which is Between four and five Miles West the Ger mans Rhine line defense. Between St. Mihiel and the Moselle River where the French have had an almost uninterrupted series successes the germans Are launching counter attacks to win Back if pos sible some the trenches that they had to give up. In the Forest la Pretre some the trenches retaken by the germans were so badly shattered that they were unable to occupy them. Attacks British merchant Marine. Germany has begun a new form after ii m Parent editor the yesterday was the passing up m Talia i h to the next Grade. Is Usu afternoon for Charles m Hall Al ally the Case several do not pass. Minum manufacturer in it appears that at the Franklin palls n. T who willed to school one Little girl failed to pass 52 800 000 Man who gave three Mil lion is honoured by Oberlin. Oberlin o., Jan. College held a memorial service this and told the teacher that she did not dare go Home As her father had promised to give her an awful whipping if she failed to pass. The girl was consoled and protected be fore going Home. This is Only one Many incidents happening daily where cruel parents abuse their children for Home trivial thing they cannot help. This party is known and if upon further investigation he carried out his threat by intimidating abusing his child he will meet his Waterloo before the Middle next week. The same applies to any other patents. We mean business. A. Z. The principal address was made by Homer h. Johnson Cleveland Frederick Chormann president the Niagara Falls Board Trade spoke. Henry Churchill King president the College read a biographical sketch by . E. Hall. L Orain 0., Jan signs to protect the lives school child Ren Are to be erected near All school buildings in Lorain if the attack Oitte Board education carries out its present plan. A committee the Board will Confer with members City Council relative to placing red signs. These will warn Drivers automobiles and wagons they must use unusual precaution in the Vicinity schools. Pin wednesday thursday. Finder please return to Tele Gram office. Reward for return. British merchant Marine. The British Steamer Gunvard says a Rotterdam dispatch to renter s Telegram co., has been torpedoed by a German sub Marine the Crew was saved. The Durward was a vessel tons built at Glasgow in 1895. She was owned by g. Gibson co. Of Leith Scotland. The London newspapers interpret the sinking the Durward As the beginning a German naval policy m alleged to have been urged by Admi ral von Tirpitz the German minister the Navy against British merchant vessels. Marriage licenses. Leo Broadbent 21 Cleveland machinist and Mary Van Armun. 16, Elyria. Tubs water Are experts cannot explain reason Why they Are effectual. Lorain 0., Jan. 23 Why is an Ordinary tub water a first class substitute for a chimney7 this is the question which is puzzling Many i Orr citizens use Gas stoves is the National stove co Ohio municipal league issues Call i meeting to be held in Columbus. Columbus Jan. 23 Taxa Tion propositions will be considered at the fourth annual meeting the Ohio municipal league which will be held in Columbus thursday and Fedaj feb 11 and 12, the Assembly room the Virginia hotel having been selected for the sessions the Call the meeting has just been sent out b the executive Beard is com posed prominent citizens the state Washington Gladden co Lumbus is president the league f. W Coker the Ohio state University is the Secretary treasurer. The league urges All organizations interested in the question taxation in this state and in the financial needs the state the schools counties townships cities and villages to Send representatives to the meeting. It is where such a plan is Lri operation expected that members Chambers there is no indication the Gas Commerce and boards trades fumes and the Gas stove works per real estate boards labor Organiza factly. Tons Farmers Granges universities i and colleges City clubs business men s clubs and other civic Organiza have been unable to explain the mystery in several business houses and Homes where chimneys Are not Mem entry located Gas stoves Are be ing operated without a flue connection and the plan is satisfactory. Instead run the Chimney is carried toward the floor ending in a tub pail water in rooms the stove pipe upward into read the classified for Sale and Juull v v Tir a. 1 tons City county and state officials want columns Page 7. You la will attend find what you want there Advt. Men arrested As possible part Lake Shore gang. Held in bail Lorain Ohio january Frank Hennick and Dan Galligher arrested Cere after they attempted to Nold up David Crawford Broadway Saloon St May be Mem Bers the Lake Shore gang and their records will be investigated by police while they Are spending a few months in the county Jait. The men entered the Crawford Saloon and after meeting . Crawford said they had two teams belonging to the old dutch Beer company Findlay. And instructions to have Crawford look after their expenses and the care the horses until a representative from the brewery came to Lorain. Crawford doubted their word and when one the men approached him and motioned the other to go behind him he became frightened and called the police. Policeman Zimmer and Blackman arrested the strangers and took them to police Headquarters. There they gave their Homes to be in Elyria. The men Are said to have visited Vermilion and Amherst before coming to this City. A Man overheard the two Strang ers talking in a Saloon the Mur Der Moses Price Lorain detective filled by Lake Shore gangsters and their remarks will cause a police investigation. When arraigned in police court both prisoners waived examination and were bound Over to the grand jury under ?500 bail each. Lorain schools attended by equal number boys and girls. Lorain 0., Jan. In Lorain Public schools in Decem Ber broke All records. According to the report clerk e e Bruell there Are pupils in All depart ments. An unusual feature is that the enrol Parent is equally divided be tween boys and girls. There Are 2, 303 girls and As Many boys. Nellie Blynn at former Elyria woman victim heart failure. Is miss Nellie Blynn formerly died suddenly at the Home f. F. Chandler at Birmingham Friday. The cause death was heart failure. She was 56 years age. The funeral will be conducted from the Chandler Home sunday afternoon at clock. For Cutter at 233 Washington Avenue. Phone 668l. Ladies Man and wife to Board and room. Up to Date Flat one minute walk from Square terms reasonable Dall 603 hungry Western Heights says popular merchant Prince for saturday and monday Janu Ary 23 and 25, see what 98 buys Western Heights is hungry. The lowest ebb in the history the Here. Friday and Thomas. L-22-2t at least count Glat Stem says it place is and the merchant Prince ought to Liose who afford it return. Know because he admits that he is de to the old country Only to be con that after this Date. January 23, famished himself but he has a Groc fronted by grim War and those Here i will pay no Bills charged to me by Ery store and can keep the Wolf no notice. January 23, famished himself but he has a Groc fronted by j gladly take up arms my wife mrs r. Pallas. From the door for a few weeks at against the Ali est especially Russia. Least. Cannot get across the Ocean to fight. Notice. Not so with the residents the joint installation officers to foreign Section they Are hungry rain and Elyrn tuesday and despondent and the patriarchs North West evening Jan. 26. Meet at club which were formerly shouted half Encampment no. 188 rooms at 7 p. M., to take p. The night Are no More. You Are requested to be at line car for Lorain. Cleve Western Heights has lost heart res ruler meeting monday Jan. 25. Land knights will be present. For months the men the set the Golden Rule degree will be Ron c j. Flannery g. K. It Lement have worked Short hours feared and installation officers. Or not at All and the savings v. W. Schubert. C. Pat real the Telegram want Aas. Nearly every family have reached Jacob Smith scribe

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