The Cincinnati Enquirer, 3-21-1908, Wollaston
At- ex- OFFICIALS PUZZLED -i -i Over the Biaapp earance of a Valuable City Becord Day-ton Day-ton Day-ton Ktm. srsciAi. pisraTca to Tax axQniasx. Dayton. Ohio. March 20. When W. B Wollaston appeared tn the Cltyl Building to-day to-day to-day to leaae certain property on Pearl street. It developed that the book recording deeds and leases of property owned by the municipality has been mysteriously missing since last iJecemoer. city Solicitor Born ham, who ia unable to account for thai disappearance disappearance of the book, says that It lsl one of the most valuable among city recorda Dr. Charles Frederick Goes, (f Cincin nati, was this evening; banqueted at the Dayton Club, after which he delivered tbe principal address at the big mass meeting of tha Federated Church Brotherhood to- to- nignt. ills subject waa "Make Oood, and he pleased a large audience at the First English Lutheran Church. The question of erecting a at eel I and con crete bridge over the Miami Rlverl connect ing Dayton View and the principal section Of the town, is now up to Council, which will select one of three sites. It IS believed the bridge will be built where this old one stands. C. B. Clegg, of tha Oakwood Street Railway line, would give no assurance of paying one third of the coat of the bridge until the city dismisses Its suit attacking the validity of his franchise. Tha bridge will cost about "210,000. R. .'Campbell, aged 06, for 23 Tears the freight agent here of the C. H. and D. Railroad, died thia morning after Ins; illness. a Ilnger- Ilnger- S. S. Gallag-her, Gallag-her, Gallag-her, Naturalisation Examiner of Detroit, arrived here to-day. to-day. to-day. aad opened offices In tbe Montgomery County Court' house. .