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n g the lor I ho i s Week They diine- to Coi as t h e y were year vuud- real- w i t h i K f t HHey on and t i t l e Bel- change every and Wednesday the roof of her on Kast very n u e - e to n g W'll nnd poul On Wednesday on i h e streets Calais the two faction met with ten men on each side, t h e Wehi feiidists led by Frank Vv'ehr and the Coultes faction led by Russel Coultes. Tho t w e n t y ffiidists met In the central part of the town and Ihe b u t t l e started and was waged relentlessly u n t the combatants q u i t from exhaustion and when their leaders were both wounded so t h a t they could no longer lend tho men Prank Wehr, Ihe leader of tho Wehrs, tought \ \ i l hand hanging by a, shred u n t i l fell from the loss of blood, and others lay on t h e street unconscious Russel CouHes also fell exhausted from loss of blood and f r o m cuts on head, and WR.K carried away unconscious. unconscious. The t w e n t y men fought out interference front the other in- h a c l l t a u t s , who wore a f r sides find women and chcildrcn lied from the streets and away from t bloody scene a n d the feiidisls had the town lo themselves. The road was covered w i t h blood Sheriff 1'Yiock and d e p u t i e s called from Woodslield by phone Sheriff KVinck first h u n t e d up the marshal of t h e town and was informed by t h e oll'ieor t h a i he was side of t h e Coultes lac l i o n not arrest any of the- Coultes men He t h e n sought out the m.iyoi, la a Wehr, nnd found h i m aligned w i t h I h e \Vehr faction a n d ;eauce against the Coultes f.ic- Holh of the officials refused to make a n y arrests or to give any f o r m a t i o n lo ^-he. shenff, only was bi.ised, and f u r t h e r , both to make any arrests, .is the} Knew then- H i s t biased movement meant a n o t h e r b a t t l e . She sheriff i h e s i t u a t i o n over and a f consulting \ \ i j h some of the ueuluil \\as uihiscd to make no arrests for the present On Thursday several of tho n e u c i t i / e u s 01 Calais went lo and consulted with the prosecuting u t t o r n e \ ,md a report of the \Uis sent to Columbus. It is believed that both leaders w i l l rec o \ e r

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  1. Coshocton Daily Age,
  2. 30 Aug 1910, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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