joe stine riot 9feb09
1 Al'TKK A <:ONTINr«)lS UIOT I-ASTINCJ MORK THA.V I» HOURS IN WllUil SIIPKKINTKNDENT M)i\<l OK TIIR SU'SKOtJEK TUAC- I'l'lON (XIMPANV HAD SEVRU/UJ ; Kl«s UUOKEN. GUNS \VI5RB I'UMiKD AM> A NUMBER OF EM- iMyf>Yi :s oi' rHE TRACTION (;o»(. PANV AND THE CITY WKRE MORI'J OR LESS INJURED, THE CITV WON A TEMPORARY VIC-TORY VIC-TORY AT NOON TODAY WHEN. FOR THE SECOND TIME, THE STREET CAR TRACKS AT C AND I'AiVRKNCE STREETS WERE TORN OUT, AND TRAFFIC FOR THE TIME, BEING IS PARTIALLY SUSPENDED. THE PAST 20 MOURJJ HAS BEEN THE »jOSf STRENUOtTS ONE IN TOE HISTORY HISTORY OF THE CITY AND THE FACT THAT NO ONE WAS lULLED IS i'ONSIDERED SOMETHING REMARKABLE. REMARKABLE. SNOWING INS. SOME Watertown, S. D., ' Feb. !).—A blinding soow driven by a slxty- mlle gale has tied up all trains In and about Watertown today. A Northwestern passoBger train foj- St. Paul which left here last night; Is stuck in the drifts between between Balaton and Tyler. Minn.' Serious Trouble Feared. , At a late hour this afternoon both side.? are resting on their arma and imlfisa the. courta. grant reljef • by nigWi serious trouble is anticipated^ The strenuous times of Monday and Tuesday morning followed a sensa' tipnal occurrence in council last nifehf *^hen Aldermen Levy and Al- Ipy said that the time bad arrived for MTlskogee to run its own affairs or else turn the city over to Mr. Long, who, it is claimed, hat) been arbitrary In everything and absolute* ly ref UBoa to pay any i^ttentlon to orders issued b^ the connoit or the city engineer. . The The Row StartH, Fpr some tlmo the city .h »8 been -trying fo get the Muskogee Electric Traction company to change Ita tracks at C and Lawrence streets EO that the tracks at the curve would run In the roadway and not cut across the sidewalk of both streets as as is the case at the present time. The city ofUclals. demanded that the tracks be changed at the curve at once as both C atfd Lawrence streets are being paved; but.Lon^, it is claimed, rnoroly laughed at the' request, and under his instfuctions ; the paving contractors proceeded with the laying of concrete, leavinr the tracks in the old condition,' .;,, Suys Staked Cbanged.^ , Engineer Kinsey clatjois-tKat the:': stakes given by tbecity w%re oUanCr- ed ed and the work ^ was tMJlbgilijut^^^ (Contlituedl. on yage eight.)'