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Lima Morning News, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1909, Lima, OhioDoitt throw a wat aay Tactac of comm fall it for Trie advert take the Lima morning news to Jaxk is. Elm blk , Ohio f00b weeks on the Hudson River by the Des Troyer Seneca ferryboat Hopatcong with a thoc8axd aboard had narrow escape. Woman fatally Hurt and others injured. Broic by Havior of Crew saved passengers from meeting frightful disaster. Contractors an Dobiac Good world of Lav Blodgett and Hardin who have a contract of the laying of the Concrete work the new elks Home will have toe foundation Fin shed monday. Or. G. Hackett. Of who i demonstrating the Eureka Concrete mixer from dancing Michigan with Force of men has made great head Way with the work. Marry and Jameson. Street con tractors have made a record Tor toe number of Yards of Concrete Laid in one Day they having just Occam this by the use of the Eureka mixer. Laying in one Day 910 Yards of Concrete on Collett Street and with a Small Force of men num Bering Only sixteen and will com plete the work in a few Days. By United press. New York september ferryboat Hopatcong of tote Lanka Wanna Railroad bearing one thou Arad passengers to View the Lallum a anon on the Hudson River was rammed qty the derelict destroyer Seneca opposite Grant s Tomb late tonight. One woman was crushed to death and eight seriously injured. There was a wild panic on Board the passenger boat and Only the coolness of the officers prevented Many women from jumping into the River. The Seneca s lights were dim med by the glow on the River and the boat did not notice tier until she crashed into her port Side. Just Forward of amidships. The Bow of Sene Eft Cut through the steel Bull of the Hopatcong which began to Oil and the Captain ordered All the passengers to the starboard Side. They were too frightened to obey. Her drove its end Over listing the boat until the Hole was out of the water. Under her own steam the Hopatcong proceeded to Hoboken. Seneca standing by to lend Aid if necessary. The collision was witnessed by hundreds of other pleas which Rashed to the stricken vessel and for time Many Acci Dent wore imminent. Finally police boats drove off the other Craft. As soon a Revenue Cutter took her at the Side at the Hopatcong i enema took All the women and Many of the injured passengers aboard and rushed to the new Side where the injured were sent to hospitals. The woman who killed and the other injured persons were in the women s Cabin and had no Chance to escape the Sharp Bow of the destroyer Cut through inc Hopatcong s Side. As soon As the spat Toni tied up at the Dock in Hoboken. Her passengers were landed. Witnessed the open ing of Hudson display Lover of 40 kill6 she he ases her husband. To by United press. St. Vt., sept. 35. Infatuated with mrs. Kate the wife of a Blacksmith and infuriated because she refused to abandon her has Baad and children Abel Harts Horn a Farmer shot and killed the woman yesterday. Hart then. Ended the life with a. Bullet. He was 60 years of age and is survived by a wife and four children guaranteed president Dur ing his visit to the strike scene miners walk out in amalgamated. Engineers want peace declared and Anaconda files a protest. Fly United press. Butte mont., sept. Stop rumours that president Tift might not visit this City next monday be cause of the turbulence attending a walk out of miners Otth. Amalgamated mines Here the authorities announced this evening that Evory As Feurance would be Given the president of his lbs taste Protection the City was quiet today. The Nadu atrial situation has not quieted however. With the Western federa Tion of miners threatened with one of the greatest crises of its career with president Moyer and Mims of the federation backing u. The Cutie miners on its action Ery indication tonight Points to a Ion a fight in the organization be tween the miners and mine eng while vessels Fol Lowed the historic half Gotham is would not be considered in a Mill void. The illuminated water pageant of tonight is declared by spectators to will have 124 a ointment under new Law Vaw Fob a p1ackd of hands or bomb Mam by has bight to by move he Public Dob ofom. Will be in my bomb Oom Maio of every and Basht club Ftp ii cite. I Henry Huyssen s up half in be Dis be rred the Hudson Fuei three Hundred years 4igo, has been re hit i by citizens of hol land and presented to the j unison Fulton Celebration Coas Mise Oil the picture shorts the re inca rated ship As it looked when placed in commission in the never York Navy Yard pre Paratory to becoming one of the principal figures in the great Marina parades of the Celebration of the Hudson River. Aerial truck saved firemen from death North stake in and passed Down on the new York of the Fleet. I As the vessels came Down closer to jibe Riverside drive it was possible to make out better the immense crowd that lined tie Palisade. Not a Square foot of ground in the Park empty. Fighting flames in a five Story the acid kit by a fluted Pittsburg a 25 firemen narrow in escaped death late this evening when an Aerial truck from tire Fop or f Sling a Hie building occupied by the company collapsed Iho front Wail of e in i me Nave Ireen the most marvelous Gath they passed a Resolution Erseg of warships and merchant Raa tandem Ridden by two is bikes mrs. Riders. Youths feared that cont Ossion of brain May re scamp from now asian. Last evening about o clock. As Bert Morris of. Near he. And Roy Jacobs lives on the Lima of Omar Road North of this its Riding a bicycle tandem on main Street near the Market place when their machine collided with mrs Van a pets of Oast Kibby Street who was in to act of crop along the Street at that Point was knocked Aid in the fall her head and Ruht Arm were severely injured in her striking the pavement with Moisid Whitley ambulance was called and the injured lady was removed to her Home at 131 East Kibby Street. She was quite severely but unless concussion of the brain or other Erion results develop she will Inan tag that the miners Settle their internal difficulties immediately a. Thev did not want the smeller at Anaconda closed. The closing of the by Nestor would throw them out of work far three months at least. It is said that similar action will taken 1jy the smeller men at great palls and by men of Allied and subsidiary concerns whose activity is de pendent the mines being operated. President Moyer and Secretary Mills were summoned from Denver As As Fol Gruff of trouble appeared they Are backing the the stand against the engineers. The meanies refuse to interfere in the strife. They announce that the engineers can remain at work As Long As desire and that the Compa Nies do not care to what Union the engineers belong. Music store Rine and pleasure Craft Ever seen on this Globe. New York today is Jam med with the greatest crowd since Dewey Day and it if believed that when the Hudson Fulton Celebration is Over there will have been More visitors in Gotham than at any High they were ii Ibe five Story Poling stamp and veered the is buildings. Ladder waa strengthened by support from the Wall. The thousands of spectators expected the five Mec to be momentarily dashed to death. The ladder held while they hurried to the Street and soon after toppled Over. The new second National Bank building nest to the Hayes building under course of construction Mads a True Tor the and it will re quire an examination to determine How much of the structural steel will have to be replaced. The firm of Renwick Bius. Wholesale Millers on the other Side of the Hayes build ing is also heavy losers. Esti mates place the combined losses at for a few moments the lowering Between and time in her history. The Day opened with a comedy when the jealous strained to avoid the crash and the dutch Sailor on the half Moon tried to take in their Iju Eer sails but too late. The half Moon Strucic the Clermont on the port Side amid ships. Hudson s vessel had her Bowsprit badly Bent and the rail of the Clermont was smashed and her engines temporarily disabled. Powerful tugs sewed them both and conveyed them Down the Bay. For the rest of the Day the half Moon was towed. The Clermont was Hau rammed and tried to sink the Pudgy Little Little damage was done As the two vessels Serio forced to accept a Tow for a time Little but finally fixed her engines and but there were More be completed the trip under her own steam. At half past one o clock the Rev Enue cutters the rakish looking Tor Pedo boats and those scary looking Cox sold to Max. Miss annal. Cox Olio for some tiny Lias been conducting a piano and general music store on South main Street Between circular my has. Sold the e men who wore rid the tandem at of Accident reported at the police nation inv mediately after the woman was injured and gave their Irani in and addresses in order that thin it kit by hum Monod if wanted. The claimed thai the collision pure u occident no but that Tovey could by called if wanted any time m an investigation to Ilam but 1 Taxt. Portland Cement company Plant in Hariw a will be old Alj receiver s Wile saturday the prop pm cow and Columbia Are inter a vol to or. Hocott of Nonine. Whu will Siw Conrat of Thi business at oium. Mits c of. Who Lias made Nuino friends in this curl no Lier bait i he Ovall for a prosperous Huurre. Yacht inn How 11. September while on her Way to Low the naval Parade in the Hudson her. The Yacc Coconeo with four and Kab men aboard run Down and sunk by the Tup Wellington at Suyten Nuvill Toni lbt. Those on Board narrowly missed it at. The Emht was the prop Rev of Thomas him on the Little vessel were his wife and n of friends. The women of the Tennee Uumo panic stricken but the Shock of the Collis happenings one youth was Little submarines turned North and Tompkinsville by being entered the Hudson to Clear a Way Tor the Peate Fleet that escorted the from a Dock by the pressing Road. There were a number of near Anict in various parts of manhat an and the police were in several instances compelled to use heroic measures to restore order. The Day opened Bright and Clear. The cer Mossie n the kill Job it Moon and the Clermont. Iff the Little Nai ships came Hal bin half Moon and be the the Clermont while Loit threw two of them aboard the under her big Square sails the half Moon manned by a Crew from the dutch warship utrecht came Bowling along in a Twenty knot Breeze. Behind her at a far More different Pace came the of Lormong her engines wheezing and her exposed paddle wheels drenching her decks with Spray. Shortly after eight o clock Thoy emerged into the upper Bay and turned Down the Staten Island Shore toward Tomp Kinsville. Kven at that Early hour the streets and Parks along the wit Ter front were it orally ale with at the i 00.000 people had gathered to pm a glimpse of the strange 111 tie ships. In solid they extended from Tho arms the Cha Wall to to buildings it the Northern end of cattery Park. The police desperately to hold Tho Road in chock hut they wore powerless. Ivawn toward Tompkinsville and is rot chins far Down beyond i be Narrows had Gath ered Tho peace Fleet of every kind to escort Tho Rio Mont my the half Moon. A if Conlous of lie Honor they two thousand other steam vessels fell in behind them in a line tha stretched Twenty i be Miles a half Doyen abreast and took five hours to pass a Given Point. Every Craft of the River was looting its Siren As the Little ships passed up. A Bedlion was the result. On Shore the crowds made up in enthusiasm what they lost in ii Oise. A sea of faces topped with waving flags surged every pier. From every great building thai overlooked the River thousands of people cheered. Roofs of buildings were Black from the masses of men and women that stood for hours to View the Parade. Occasionally the Din at the shriek hip whistles there could he heard across the River the shouts of the countless thousands on the Shore. As the Little ships passed the Down town the Gigantic Caronia backed out and proceeded on her to Europe. As the big liner passed hut cookie shells there was not Man or woman who failed to of Mure to Weir Sixes and to remark upon the l that it waa that made possible the c or Cheeks for the first Steamboat of them All. At fifty fourth Street the first of the nine mile Long Fleet of warships came into View. It was the Little Newport flagship streaming from every Yard the stars and stripes from her Mam truck. A Long Sheet of flame much smoke and there boomed across the Waters from the new port the opening Sun of the Twenty one gun Salute that fired by All of the fifty seven ships in the combined fleets of eight nations meant big guns that boomed in Honor of the Hudson River and the Man who first navigated it in a Steamboat. The Clermont and the half Moon turned in toward the new York Shore and proceeded up the River be tween the warships and the millions that lined the Gotham coast while the escorting Squadron turned in to Ward the Jersey Side and made us Way up that coast. At sixty second Street the Little mexican gunboat mor ales barked out a Salute and again the sea of flags on Shore Rose and fel1 like Waves against the coast. At seventy second Street the but Rural of the italian Navy was anchored for the last Day of South Western chbi9tiax cok Fereck 8esb1ox. A co Musios service Wittl be Osife feature. Christian Endeavor service wifi to be hem Eaket of so Day evening. The Northwestern Ohio Christian conference session is stil in Prog Ress at the first Christian Church and for today has a Fin e program and the leaders expect to see a Large Folly 011 in wore Hwy stir their Moniri Parent the Wellington were picked nearby. Tho other up by us unit Moon about and rushed rail sing at fall toward the Virther it Tho twelfth Street he Cunard liner Lay liar Bow irn chink the Shore her Stem Moie than seven Hun dred meet out into the River by teamed the Clermont and saluted the monster Levih Linn dipped of the beginning of the Riverside drive took up the saluting on up the line of warships the Peac Fleet swept. The Steep Hills of. The Park along Riverside a Virgin Forest when Hud cog sailed past and even when Ful ton made his Way up the River were now a riot of colors As a million o More men and women in Brillian garb Down in admiration 01 he wonderful spectacle. Past the French battleship and German cruisers the Squadron steam d. At a Loti Street where the Cruiser utrecht and the loll and Amer eau liner new Amster dam acre anchored the Clermont my the half Moon left the line of escorting ships and made their Way to the new York Shore where Tho official Rovito Wiidik stand had been erected and where they were officially received by the Hudson Fulton committee governor Hughes making Tho speech of acceptance on behalf of the committee. The escort Fleet continued beyond Tho up Nylon Ouy Vil Creek past the British Fleet which led by the in flexible Tho or Patti St War Vesso afloat save them rousing Beers then came Tho american Fleet of for the closing Day. Noted divine of the Christian deft Otu nation or. J j. Summerbell will reach at a m. Or. Suminer Al was for twelve years editor of he Herald of toe gospel of Liber the Aeh Cial Organ of the Christ an Church. Communion services in the after Oon at conducted by the Rev b. Garner sex pastor and i so Mon to be delivered by or. 8. S. J Newhouse sex pastor and professor of he Defiance theological Seminary Are scheduled. At ctr Tiaa Endeavor will be ii id in charge of Rev. W. G. Kershner Ana i great service is expected. No services at and the message s to be delivered by or. Edwin mor Well professor of psychology in de Fiance College. Special music for All of these meetings have been prepared and will be in the charge of mrs. D. E. Dixon assistant instructor in vocal music in the Defiance College. Or. James Grubb of Chicago pro. R. B. Mikesell. Leader of the choir acid Walter Klinger of Harrod and nothing but Good Musio can be expected from such a Good committee. The meetings As a whole have be a Well attended both from the City and those from a. Distance. Her flair Rand her Crew maimed rail and sponsor for thoth mom. Buvil Al Willllr Liu v i he must Fulton s Folly wheezed and and fastest vessel afloat burst into mayor the Good people of the City carefully study the of the two for mayor that rear Becaum of the fact in will be Reg inc a new Lav which make aim a in City affairs a u tie Irwi Dettt a National the Mit mayor can if he Puls a Osar and with an Iron hand dec Bursik awl removing of depart mate underlings Aam Aloit a police Aad fire depart Gnu whelk a in Tea will protected by the Clell service come Aaion. 4 this civil or View commit won to not named by the mayor. It will be the duty of the president of the City Council the president of the school Board and the of the Piaf a ing to meet and appoint Thea civil commit Aioli Wei Etc will be the Power for the Claa affied list but the Palm of the civil service m Bow 1a ence will prevail under the new Law As embodied a 16 but the mayor will have to department Heads right off the reel. Naming his director of Public service Aad his director of. Public safety it will Tinea fall to him to name All under Chiefa. Including of engineering. Water works Street other branches of the work. Director of Public service who Wol be a creation of the mayor will full swing in designating How Many sub chiefs he will need and Many clerks etc., is the various departments which Means the mayor will review his list and appoint he desires. This for the Man elected this fall to Buim up a political machine which Caa control his party not Oaly a City but in the to Katy Tor he Force the Twenty seven committee men absolutely font Rohraf county organization if Tot Cag As a do his bidding not Fet any of the pie. Any politician see Why both aides Muat Bend Estt Effort to win this fall Tor it entrenchment for Yean to Monte of such a Strong nature Taat Wae Defeated party will scarce a Cha Moe to break the combination. Secret service officer Almly Ita att in the belief that the car not Aad attorney general might Call ant militia to protect Par Tea in the grand jury probe Tato frustrated jail break waa a of yesterday array Flag tons for the soldiers should Tucey come. He has an opt Loa Horar Park and upon the show grenade North main. Prosecute a attorn b. F. Welty beg Pardon Coj. Welty when spoken of in military Lite to commissary of the and m informed or. Emst he Weald furnish supplies Tor Al Star Boya should they come. This Pata u a to Ernst to get sufficient food a event of the Soldier guard on the City. Teen battleships three armoured bouts destroyers Lorieda and Street the peace Fleet at 222nd turned at the City Hospital. Charles m. Miller passed away the result of Blooml poisoning. Charles m. Miller mayor of View and ticket agent for the Otobio elect ii railway at that place died at 2-u.i p. M., at the Ritj Hospital after suffering for three rom in attack of blood pois on i mall a was forty fight. Old mud lows a wife three sons and Ono daughter Vincent g. Miller located at Harlow Lawn. Manna. Other children itt Rinc at will taken to View for burial. Prosecutor Welty bettor a self sincere in his Dall Attoa to Ter a primary this fall. "1 ing to hold a primary said to the political editor of news who bar the Way ii either of that Brand alleged a cull d but it it he for me to enter a Campaign Bow. With All the criminal work that la facing me. I asked Oua Lagram borne time ago about a primary to he did t know what he wanted to do. Now he is keen for it. Judge Mil Ler would not enter into ment that what we three would would have no binding can hold the primary under the Law in May and not be haad leaped for Shelby county s vote to tied by Marshall aug St Wlsh support Omeke will Aad Darke county will go had coat eation with a card data. I we will lag to Azaad by 4t majority of the Allen Faataa Aad u paper is paper

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