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THE PERRYSBURG, OHIO, JOURNAL, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1013.
If f , M. f v v FLOOD WATERS LEAVE AND STRIGKEN G TIES ARE REBUILDING All Streets in Most Towns of Ohio That Were Devastated bySwollen Streams Drained Off List of Identi fied Dead in Four Columbus, O. Tho crest of ttaoi flood waters which havo sorely afflicted Ohio for a week past havo moved boyond tho palo of tho state's domain. Flood waters In every boc tlon of Ohio aro now receding. In most of tho cities, towns and vil lages In central Ohio which woro de vastated by swollen streams all tho tho streets havo drained off and In many of tho thoroughfares whoro re sistless currents coursed their way a few days ago, today tho wind raised clouds of dust. Plans of sanitation and reconstruc tion have been placed in operation In Dayton, Columbus, Zanetfvlllo and oth sr central polntB. This work will bo lextended dally till It reaches tho Ohio -river. It is expocted that every flood stricken municipality In Ohio will bo drained of its unwelcome waters with in tho next fow days. Indianapolis, Ind. Tho work of cleaning up tho dobrls and caring for tho sufforers who were made home less by tho flood which swept many towns In this state Easter Sunday is progressing as fast as possible. Pittsburgh. Floods in this state aro over. Whllo a great deal of damago to property was sustained, there was a small loss of life. Following Is tho completo list of Identified dead in four states so far reported : IN COLUMBUS, O. J. Merton Griggs, 28, son ofl wealthy resident of Brlggsdale. ivy ts Cordelia A. Karlger, 361 South Qlenwood-av. John Diss, 188 N. Centner-av. Josephine Underwood, 11, son of C. W. Underwood. Walter C. Howard, 351 S. Glenwood-av. Viola 'Guy, 58, Centner-av. William Q. Guy, 456 Centner-av. Nora May Guy, 28, 456 Centner-av. Hilda Diss, daughter of Andrew Diss, 188 -Centner-av. Alma Diss, 8, daughter of Andrew Diss, 188 Ccntner-av. Howard Preston, driver for Atcherson Livery Co. William Griffith. Frankle Ford, 13, girl, 430 Centner-av. Mrs, Ford, 430 Centner-av. Albert Gore, mall carrier. Anna Griffin, 10, 105 Rogers-av. Mary Griffin, 14, 105' Rogers-av. Mrs. Mary Ketcham, 238 Glenwood-av, wife of John Ketcham. Mrs. Mary Miller, widow, 106 Loraln-av. August Graber, 51, Green Lawn ceme tery district. Mrs. James Miller of Lorain, mother of former Representative James Miller of Perry county. Luther Clarence Wold, 3. Mrs. Camuet Hotlabaugh, 429 Centner-av. Arnold Wisslngdanger. Kenneth Lynch, 10, son of Lloyd Lynch' of Ccntner-av. Myron Lynch, 8, son of Mr. Lynch. Iris Lynch, 18-month-old daughter of Mr. Lynch. Carl Raduegge, 6, found In bottoms near Greenlawn-av. Katharine Snorey, 483 Ccntner-av. Emma Louise Cooper, 5, daughter of James Cooper, 1103 Sulllvan-av. Mrs. Rhoda K. Wright, 60, 270 N. Cth-st. Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Shotip, 43 S. Prlnceton-av. Sarah Sorello, widow, 78 S. San-ducky-st. C. H. Huston, 84, 194 Dakota-av. James T. Augenbaugh, 517 W. State rtj died of exposure at the home of his daughter, 1104 Madlson-av. Hannah Wcethe, 474 Klmball-av. Edward Damsell, musician, 8111-2 S. Hlgh-st. Mr. and Mrs. John Stottler, 35 May-av. Mrs. Delia McNerney, 257 Skldmoro-st. Mrs. Greenlee, 745 W. Broad-st. Mrs. Eva Mclchlng of Delaware. Edna Burkhart, 22, Tiffin; was visiting her mother, 242 S. Glenwood-av. Lucllc Bunn, 19, 391 S. Glenwood-av. Mrs. C. C. Flckell, 369 S. Glenwood-av. Kenneth Flckell, 7, son of C. C. Flckell, 369 6. Glenwood-av. Clarenco Omcr Toy, 22 months, son of O. C. Toy, 433 S. Glenwood-av. Golda Stout, 9, daughter of C. E. Stout, 22 N. Glenwood-av. W. A. Sexton, police probation officer. Mrs. C. A. Wllklns, 1097 W. Rlch-st. Mnxlne Wllklns, 10, daughter of C. A. Wllklns. - Anna Wey, 21, 107 Rogers-av. Mrs. EInor Pennell, 723 Adams-nv, Chllllrothc. Wlitlam Hathaway, Nell-av, found near Ynlc, where he was working when drowned. Mrs. Paul Radnegge, 433 Ccntner-av. William Johnston, Sulllvan-av. Mrs. O, G. Miller, 389 Glenwood-av. Dr. O. G. Dloterman, 623 W. Town-st. Albert Gore, mall carrier. E. M. Hayes. Mrs. E. M. Hayes. Mrs. George Cook and baby. Mrs. L. H. Black and three children. O?orge Eckert. Mrs. George Eckert. IN THE HEART OF COLUMBUS FLOOD DISTRICT. Central Avenuo, BUCKEYE STATE States of Union. Seven Eckert children. Walter Taylor, aged 16 months. Mrs. Greenlee, 745 W. Broad-st. Albert Underwood, aged 13. John Andrew Deles, aged 12. Mrs. Strlckler. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Mashen. ' Mrs. Thomas Wright. Mrs. Carollno Maebilry, died at State hospital from exposure. Howard Preston, hack driver. Kenneth Hoffman, aged 13. C. H. Huston, James Crothers. Mrs. Shipley, 452 Center-st. Anna Hollabaugh, 479 Center-st. C. H. Guston, 194 Dakota, former sher iff Vinton county. Rhoda E. Wright, 270 N. 5th-st. Edward Damsel, 811 8. Hlgh-st. Mrs. Rhoda K. Wright, rear 1238 W. Broad-st. Kenneth Hoffman, aged 13, Mound-st. Mrs. Sarah Scovlll. Mr. and Mrs'. Walter Becker. Mrs. Mary Keys. Gus Gaver, farm hand. Mrs. James Cooper; and two children. Claudo Hazlett. Mrs. Sadlo Garfield. C. M. Shoup, baby. Frank Ford, 12 years old. William French or William Griffin. Mrs. Sovllla, Goodale-st. Mrs. Mae McDonald. Mrs. Kris, aged 88. Walter C. Howard. Mrs. Anna Howard. Ira S. Lynch, aged 8 months. Mrs. Belt. Mrs. Marie Clouser. Mrs. Thomas Wright. Mrs. Mamie Cramer. Reuben J. Miller, 389 Glehwood-av. Fourteen-year-old girl supposed to bo Gala Stout, Clrclevllle. Identified by clothing from telephone description. IN DAYTON, O. Chris Heveler, 109 Haynes-st. Mrs. Mary Young, 910 E. 2d-st. Henry Wlnsteger, 910 E. 2d-st. Charlotte Ebbers, St. Paul and Rich ards-sts. Ollvo Knee, 1016 1-2 E. 5th-st. Edward Stockdale, no address. Lena Hadks, 607 E. 2d-st. Charles Johnson, 143 S. June-st. Mrs. James Wallace, 105 Montgom ery -st. John Wells, 27 N. Flnley-st. i Edward Lemon, Hlllsboro, O. Inez Mason, 316 Taylor-st. Hazel B. Seegar, 133 Mlaml-st. ' Mrs. Edward Schunk, Main and Vlne sts. George Saettel, Main and Vlne-sts. John Flynn, Cincinnati, O. Anna Layton, 711 Monument-av. Joseph Manka, 126 Hungarian colony. Alexander Taylor, negro, 268 Sycamore-st. George Hanson, negro, address un known. ' Mrs. Lydta Gunckel, 127 Sprague-st. Eliza Burke, 134 Llndcn-av. David Chambers, Falrvlcw-av. Alma L. Helmund, 41 Mlaml-st. Christ Poock, contractor. Mrs. Virginia Snyder, 45 Howard-st. George Snyder, 45 Howard-st. Raymond Wallace, McDonough-st. Loutca Kalus, address unknown. Mrs. Mary Blitz, 606 E. 1st-st. Blitz, C06 E. 1st-st. George Morganthaler, Vine and War ren -sts. B. F. Quintan, 603 E. 2d-st. Mrs. Betty Bruell, 523 Rlchard-st. V. E. Harkrader, office 6 N. Maln-st. Frank Scott, negro, 215 Franklin, 268 Sycamore-st. John McConnell, negro, 215 Franklin. Alexander Ford, 53 Rlngold-st. ' Harry High, 520 Wayne-av. Mrs. Ed S. Bowen, S. Man-st. Bessie Moxley, 27 Royal. Lucy Able. Bobemeyer, 406 N. Main. Harold M. Rldgeley, 35 Glenwood. Joseph N. Porter and wife and family, Miss Ida, Herald, Flossie, Shirley, Goldle, stop 3, Covington Pike. Leroy McFadden, 124 Sprague-st. Catherine Washburn, Sprague-st. Eliza Gunckel, 129 Sprague-st. Charles Proctor. Edward W. Doudney, 2d-st. Mrs. Egan, 4th and Hawthorne. 1 Nunaugh, 1334 Germantown-st. Ella Burke, North 4th-st. Mrs. McCafferty, 3d, near Ollve-st. Mr. Bennett, manager Beckel house. Sophia Mansfield, 1324 Monument-av. Charles Parker, liveryman. Anton Sactell, grocer. Mrs. Saetcll. Lanker, patrolman. Mrs. Dish, aged 65. Florence Dish, aged 27. Viola Blsh. Mrs. Maurlel Blsh. John Hadklns, militiaman. James Hosay, militiaman. J. N, Haverstlck, Bell phone manager. L. C. Haupt, police operator. Mrs. Haupt. Three Haupt children. Mrs. Collins and child. Llllle Elerman. Mrs. Schmidt. Mrs. Bond, Mrs. Schmidt's daughter. Mrs. Carrie Schutz. Mrs. Thompson. Anton Shartle. George Richardson, state employment bureau. Mrs, Hnwke and daughter. John F. Garber. Looking South, HAVOC WROUGHT ON M0NTG0MERY-ST, DAYTON. HOW BUILDINGS WERE Ollie Seattle. Goetschalt. Arthur Slat. Wlllet, patrolman. Carl Duer, aged 65. Mrs. Tree. Christian Herberle, aged 35. J. N. Haverstlck. Ethel Elderman. Ethel McConnel. Mrs. Lillian Tlngley, aged 44, Miss Bohn, aged 40. Mrs. Hawkins. S. S, Cupp. Howard Snyder. John Blitz. Frankle Scott, 5 years old. Mrs. Clemerson. - IN TROY, O. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Smock and child; recovered at Tippecanoe ''City after float ing six miles. Henry Van Tull. John Glass. George Glass, father of John Glass. Mrs. Harriet Plerson, widow. Harry Hall. Mrs. Blaine White and child. Mrs. Lottie Golden. Mrs. Anna Stewart. Unidentified tramp. Ruben Jones, negro. Doris Stoner, Infant. Bush Shear. Mrs. Lewis Baldwin. Three Jones children. Visitor at Jones' home. Jones (woman), aged 60. George Van Tyle. Mrs. Van Tyle. Three Van Tyle children. TIFFIN, 0., CAUGHT BY' THE FLOOD. Mm ...... i i i - ...i. i. . I ry-Wr I Bucyrus. Raymond S41? !;' ' -.' KA:i;rT'?ri5:, "S J V'-A-'? :!,L ISi ty-flve. Toledo and X?Vfc!a& yard clerk, shot and 'vyf' a bride of a month. &it&Wmm&8 himself. He will die. i&fl&rS K&&8hf8te& m?3&?mtJtffl "A trouble was'tho cause of tmmm-l)'nHSi!41't 'Xmi ti4 m Canton. One thousand K&Bfa&J& !$ the N. O. T. were granted KsnftB-VtT '?:.-- y: vs t ;r iy-.vJir v ii- tiv .,... . ." y v - s ,.' v i .. rtta sKMvf4SXJMfeS;t -V- hT&l$ Bellefontalne? liLLL''J? S - B0mmmWmOKlmv9mmmmmmmPmmmmmWmmKKtLmLwSmWISi V 5 V " ''tS''' .&2w)risibLwCiS1mbbbHi WSter Sweeping Through Streets of the City. Story, girl, age 6. Aaron Stoy. Mrs. Stoy and child. Harry Hall. I Mrs. Lottie Golden. Mrs. Dorothy Sconer and babyi C. White. IN PIQUA, O. Isaac Karnes, 80, Rossvllte. Mrs. Clarence Dillon, aged 47. Mrs. Susan Wolfert, aged 71. Jamoa Glllard, 69, Roosvllle, negro. George Sublet, 77, Rossvllle, negro. Eva Thomas, aged 50. Mrs. Louis Hohendorf, aged 64. Mrs. Symantha A. Ward, aged 62. Mrs. George Schlosser, aged 35. John Rclber, aged 61. Elizabeth Cruse, aged 8. Clark B. Jameson, 54, lawyer. Albert Becker, aged 45. Helen Mllhaus, qged 6. Mrs. Anna B. Schlosser. Rachael Wank. Georgo Wood. Nicholas Dryllnk. Charles Croner. Cordelia R. Scenter. Leon Spencer, aged 35. Miss Myrtle Behm, aged 25. James Glllard, 69. E. Main, 35. Clark B, Stevenson, 54, IN HAMILTON, O. N. C. McRoberts, age'd 6. O'Dell. Leon lutzl. D. Bell. Mrs. Bell. Ben Spradly and mother. John Demuth. John Whitehall. Qulnn girl, 5 years old. Mrs. Gels. Mrs. Kelsch and granddaughter. Mrs. Zeek. Three Zeek children. Earl Bess, manufacturer. Miss Essetman. Elsie Ross, Oxford, O. Mrs. Lena Stlllmacher. Joseph H. West. Mrs. Julia Morris. David Jarrett. Dudley O. Brovard. Albert Dueller, patrolman. Mrs. Lizzie Theobald. " Herman G. Mann, aged OS. Louis Bonnes, aged 28, Joo Stemle. John Gash, Mrs. Gash and son, August Wlemer. Mro. Wlemer. William, Ferrs. Mrs. Ferris. IN DELAWARE, O. Charles 8. Tlbbals, aged 59. Clydo Tlbbals, son, aged 17. Frank L, Votk, aged 50. Mr and Mrs. Frank Mclschtna nd TWISTED BY THE FLOOD. chlfUren, Mellle, 10; Jessie, 16; Ralph, 6; Lewis, 4. Mrs. Silas Smith and three children. William Hcssey, aged 21. Esther Jones, aged 17. Hazel Duntap, aged 22. Mrs. Grace Slosson, aged 42. Henry Fielding, aged 67. vJames Main, aged 60. IN TIFFIN, O. Jacob Knecht and family of eight, George Kllngshlrn and family of four. William Axllno, printer. Mrs. Axllne. M. Llngscheren and family of ten. John Canty. M. J. Beckley. Mrs. Beckley. Beckley child. IN BRINKHAVEN, O. E. W. Goddard. Mrs. Goddard. Two Goddard children. IN AKRON, O. John Kanaary, 35, driver. R. McAlvain, lineman, electrocuted. Milton Sell. Edward Newman. IN RICHMONDALF., O. Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield and seven children. Jesse Brandon, Jr. IN WARREN, O. Fred Wilkinson. Howard Moss, Boy. IN COSHOCTON, O. ' Mrs. Hawley. Hawley child, aged 6. Steve John. John Bando. Mrs. Workman. Workman child. IN MILLERSBURG, O. Harry Workman. IN LORAIN COUNTY, O. George Dike, Toledo, wreck caused flood. b William Shanklln, Masslllon, wreck. Fred Burr, Masslllon, wreck. IN FREMONT, O. Frank Zollcr. Hall'Aller. Henry H. Mill. Isaac Floerro, Port Clinton. IN ZANESVILLE, O. John Carr. Mrs. Carr. Two Carr children. Mrs. Stephen Sloane, aged 55. IN NEWCOMERSTOWN, O. Frank Waud, 19, O. S. U. student, home In Urlchsvllle, O. IN BROOKVILLE, IND. Mrs. Robert Sears. Two Sears children. John Fries. Mrs. Fries. Two Fries children. Mrs. Anthony Fries. Mrs. Selfert and daughter. Miss Sophia Buckingham. Miss Mary Colebanlc. Mrs. William Bunz, Sr. Joseph Lanlng. , Lanlng child. Paul Schuster. IN FT. WAYNE, IND. Esther Cramer, aged 14. Arda Wood, aged 15. Alice Madden, aged 14. Kittle Wise, 7 years old. IN INDIANAPOLIS, IND. William Morris. Mrs. Morris. Two Morris children. Family of sx, Morrls-st. IN PERU, IND. Mrs. Rose Setter. John Friend, brakeman. Edward Kellok, brakeman. Miss Bessie Shields. Mrs. James Rossman. Albert Smith, conductor. Mrs. Louis Stumm, physician's wife. Fred Mays. Ben York. IN TERRE HAUTE, IND. Bud Shoemaker. Mrs. Shoemaker. Sammy Richardson, boy; IN PARKERSBURG, W. VA. Georgo Wllshlre. Samuel 'Whltlatch. IN PITTSBURGH, PA. D, J. Thater, oil operator. IN SHARON, PA, Mrs. Georce Wilding. t 9EsassB(ntsxssssas9s)sass9ssMBBaeSsBSSsiiw Buckeye Notes I; East Liverpool, Approximately 300 rlerks employed In tho retail stores of tho city struck, leaving none hut proprietors and accountants to wait on customers. Tho clerks asked high er wages nnd better working condi tions. Youngstown. Mrs. Luko Rignoy, thirty-eight, was fatally shot by John McBrldo, thirty-flve, a roomer at tho Itlgney homo. McBrldo took rcfugo In tho second story and fired soveral shots at policemen on tho stair land ing. Detective Kano seriously wound ed McBrldo in the right side by firing nt him from tho yard through a win dow. McBrldo was taken to tho hos pital. Mrs. Itlgney, a divorcee, de clared McBrldo was Jealejus of her. Portsmouth. John Dlmlor, a park policeman, and A. L. Rob bins of Chllllcothe, employed in tho circulation department of a Ports mouth newspaper, dropped dead hero from heart disease ascribed to cxclte ment over tho flood. Roy Alberts, nn 18-year-old boy, was drowned when ho fell into a water filled basement. James Baker also was drowned when his boat capsized. Smallpox liaB broken out in East Liverpool. Delaware With tho finding of tho body of MIsb Hazel Dunlap, all Delaware's flood victims havo been accounted for. Tho body was found in Delaware run, near tho college campus, partially covered by wreckage of a house. Cincinnati. Tho Hamilton coun ty grand jury, in its 'final report to tho court, passed for consideration by the next Jury perjury testimony against Georgo B. Cox, former Re publican boss. Tho testimony against Cox was presented after the supremo court held Common Pleas Judge Dick son was in error in quashing tho orig inal perjury indictment brought in 1911. In this bill Cox was charged with having falsified when ho told tho grand jury In 1906 that he had not received Illegally any county treasury Interest. Akron. City firemen worked three hours to recover the body of Mike Malock from the Llttlo Cuyahoga river. Malock has been missing two weeks. His body was discovered entagled in twisted wire and lumber in tho river. When tho firemen attempted to take tho body out It was found to be held in place securely by logs. A block and tackle had to bo rigged before the body could be removed. Hackett, twen- Ohio Central killed his wife, Ho then shot Domestic tho shooting. employes of an increase of two cents an hour in wages. This raise will increase the payroll $50,000 A message from Plq.ua says that James McCarty, fa ther of Luther McCarty, the heavy weight pugilist, was drowned in tho flood. Dr. McCarty has been playing on a vaudeville 'circuit and was homo on business, according to the mes sage, when he was caught In tho flood. Ho lost his life trying to save others. He wan formerly a patent medicine vendor and was known as "White Eagle." Youngstown. W. H. Whlttel and Harry Murphy drank a patent medl- clno intended for baldness and were rushed to the City hospital. Murphy, while the nurse wasn't looking, dived through a window and escaped in his underclothes. He hasn't been found. Whlttel will recover. Columbus. O. H. Osman, West Side undertaker, who led In the early work of recovering bodies of flood victims, -was arrested here, charged with robbing the body of Mrs. Sarah Scoville, flood victim, of ?2G3. Toledo. According to advices from Mobile, Ala., where the Toledo team is at present, Pitcher Cy Falkenberg was ordered to report to Manager Bir mingham at New Orleans. Ho left immediately for the Nap camp, accom panied by Manager HartSel, who de sires to see the Nap leader as to a suitable trade for tho pitcher. Hart- sel is still anxious to secure a pitcher end an outfielder. He no longor needs Clancy of the Naps as Nash has been showing great form at short, while ho has Brady, returned to Toledo by the Athletics, to fill in, should Nash fall down. Because of tho poor rail road service Toledo may make ar rangements to remain at Mobile until next Monday. Ravenna. Tho Portage Savings & Loan Co., doing business hero slnco 189a and carrying deposits In tho sum of $330,000, has closed its doors. On petition of stockholders, Judge Georgo F. Robinson nppointed O. P. Sperra receiver of tho bank. Tho stockholders' allego tho company Is short approximately $15,000, and that, though the shortage has ex isted for a long lime, it has only re cently been discovered. Warren. Warren has begun to clean up after the flood. It will bo a week or more before manufacturing can bo resumed. Thero is no elec tric power. Edward S. Smith, a So cialist, who brolto tho military line, was fined ?2fi and costs and sent to tho Cloveland workhouse. Tiffin. In 33 flood-stricken homes in this city tho stork 1b expected with in tho noxt fow days. Many of tho expectant mothers-to-bo are members of families which lost all tlioy had. Tho women of tho city havo organized sewing clubs to mako preparations for tho coming of tho stork. CONSTIPATION Mnnyon's Paw-Paw Pills are nnlikeall oth er laxatives or cathar tics. They coax tho liver into activity by Rcntlo methods, they do not scour; they do not gripe; they do not weaken; but they do nt: Rja bRfAvSJ ?7 i si start all tho secretion of th'o liver and stom ach in a way that sooa puts these organs in a healthy condition and corrects constipation. Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills aro a tonic to the stomach, liver and! nerves. They invigorate Instead o weaken;' they enrich tho blood instead of impover ishing it: they enable tho stomach to get all tho nourishment from food that is put into iL Price 2S cents. All Drugcists. RESINOL RELIEVED ITCHING INSTANTLY, And Completely Cured Skin Humor. 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