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Logansport Weekly Reporter (Newspaper) - June 14, 1910, Logansport, Indiana 1 1 VOLUME 43 NUMBER 21 LOGANSPORT SEMIWEEKLY REP TUESDAY 1910 PER ANNUM WHITECAPS DEFEATED VISITOR BY SCORE OF 3 TO 2 2000 FANS NSAW GAME Logansport Team Played an Game but Was Weak at Bat Lafayette Team Was Strong on Errors From Before a crowd or nearly 2000 peo jilo Logansport won the first home game of the North Stale league Sunday afternoon defeating by a score of to 2 The game was played at League park or the North Side and the grand stand was jammed to capacity The Lafay toam was accompanied by abou rooters and during the early pan of the they yelled lustily am loud But their noisemaking effort were dimmed into whispers when the 1ogansport fans got busy And loca AH ISNT HE One fair fan after rooting ically throughout the game for Logan naively asked Who won fans were given much for voicing their exuberance for the Caps played without error and put up a game con rough condition of the grounds The game was one which de lighted the hearts of the fans and ev is that has some BESSIE BANTA FILES PLAINT AGAINST ARTIE HUSBAND IS According to Says He Liked to Spend His Time With the Fast Women of Logansport From Dally The wife in the case of Arlie against Bessie Banta today filed a in Ihe Cass circuit court demanding divorce custody of their two children alimony in the sum of and maintenance forthe chil dren The wife says that her husband pent much of his time in sporting houses that he spent his money for drink and in an endeavor to woo the goddess of chance in card ames that he failed to provide for tier and the children and that she is oread to keep boarders for a living And she might have withstood all her alleged shortcomings if he ad not collected money from the and spent this One of thf pleasures of her young mar lac was a shooting parly which occurred at their home fm November 2 riOj Sim claims that ier husband in a fit of anger shot at When George Harness deputy sher ff went to the Kile home on the West e this morning and instructed Glenn and Robert Kile ten and twelve old respectively to appear in jn court at 1 p m or he would ome bade and yank them into court the lads replied that he would ill him full of lead it he tried to gel nto the house The boys did not ap iear and this afternoon Harness went ack He caught one lad but the oth r ran and the deputy sheriff had to 1111 nearly a mile before he caught im They will he arraigned tomor nw They are incorrigible youths nd will be sent to the reform school THE craters mi THE AMERICANS ARE WORRYING ABBOT Lacy got Into an awful hole in the ninth but managed to work himself out This is the secom time lhat Lo has defeated Lafayette and Lacy hi the hinger who has twice turned the trick He was in he box Cor Logan yesterday and although he visitors eight hits he kept them well scattered except in the ninth when Lafayette bunched three scored two runs their only tallies of tne sarae pitched for the and allowed but four hits but was given miserable support his team piling up a total of five errors nt third was the worst offend or He was unable to locate first and sent hot at Payne that IIP have pulled down with a sep ladder Tate at second a castoff was guilty of making two errors but Kind of squared mat ters by pounding out a in the eighth Previous to the game Miss REV FATHER MKIM DELIVERED HIS SECOND ADDRESS EDUCATION OF CHILDREN Father McKim Says that It is Not Carried Out Along Right Lines and Responsible for Divorce From J C McKim delivered his second to an UNKNOWN MAN DID BOLD STUNT AT COPELANDS STORE SHOi ElS LIFE MADE GOOD HIS ESCAPE Asked to See a Gun He Got It He Turned and of Three Women Has A man evidently a professional thief nerve other large audience at the Trinity I of the loan store Episcopal church last Third street with a revolver in his are not only interesting 1mI hand unu could not be located after At about 111 oclock RAILROADERS AND OTHER OR AT CEMETERY MEMORIAL SERVICES Were Held in Very Impressive Style at the Market Street M E Church by the Railroad Organi Wall who had won the prize offered by Managers Rickert and name for the team officially christened the aggregation as the White Caps Amid the cheering of hundreds she appeared upon the dia mond and pitched the first ball Then the game was started and when Lo cot its it celebrated the event by banging out three rusis Lafayette Coates cf t o l o l 0 0 1 1 If 4 0 I 0 0 Payne Ib 4 0 00 fi Romaine ji 4 l l l 1 Moorehouse cl 0 0 ill 0 1 Rennerd 0 1 0 t Tate lb 3 0 1 2 1 The local organizations held annual memorial services yester day afternoon at the Market Street M E and the orders turned in lull The women of the auxiliary lodges met in the Sunday school room of the Market Street it E church at lW oclock in the afternoon and tin orders met in their respective halls Headed by the Elks band the orders formed a line of march ami went to the church in a body At the church a fine program was rendered and the address was delivered by Kev William T Arnold Rev Cyrus U Wade led in prayer and music was Mrs T R Redinger mens quartet composed of Walter Dodds Ned Reed Harry Williams and Mr mixed quartet composed ot Sylvia Da Mabol Williams Ned Reed and Walter Klein and Mrs Margaret Roth ermel The musical program was splendid Rev James 0 Simon pas tor of the English Lutheran church delivered the benediction At the conclusion or the services at the church the orders again formed in line and marched down Broadway to Sixth street thence to ML Hope where the graves of the deceased brothers were decorated Street cars were furnished forthe ladies Several other lodges also held mem services yesterday The men of the World held short services in their hall at oclock and marched to the cemetery Uniform rank K of AI R H A O fent to at 1 oclock aud as the lodge there in tie memorial services The Red Men headed by the o l Citizens kind went at OclOCK and participated in the decor very instructive and Father McKim llK third and last sermon Ulc and to look at some revolvers The man m charge of the store displayed guns and the stranger picked last address his series of talks is examining it closely he next Sunday night Last night lie said in part As I said at the beginning of mj going lo be in any sense an to put lo an undue use the influence which may attach itself to tlie pulpit 1 repeat my former that 1 feel the best reforms in legislation will not be brought about by working up an which must be temporary in its nature This however does not alter the right of churchmen as citizens to be constantly on the lookout far Bl asked the price When vlie said 1 guess this will do and will lied out of the store Tho clork started after him but I be moment the stranger readied Uie ran The police were notified but were uu to find him Hugh was arrested Satur day at the Sycamore street Vun crossing near the carnival rounds when he engaged in a light real changes in public sentiment which when the way is pointed out will find expression in the enactment of statutes which can be enforced Now with a man named filed an affidavit against Marshall and he was placed in jail This morn j ing ne was 51 and costs He my own observation has convinced me j paid his fine that a large body of citizens would be h Frank an oldtimer was inclined to attack any radical modifica tion in Ihe divorce laws as they now because they take the position divorce is sometimes the only for many of the evils which fjom time to time threaten the peace Churchmen will disagree with them on the grounds which Iwill try o set forh in my next address but be that as it may mary men 11 be the first to cooperate in the removal of conditions that seem to lead up to divorce which whether re garded as nn evil in itself or as the outcome of contributory ills is certain ly a danger signal on the road of civil Last Sunday I mentioned four arraigned this morning on the charge of intoxication Judge S G Clifford gave him fifteen days The assault and battery case of Mrs Henry McDonald against Mrs Jessie Gopelin and Mrs James Gates which was to have been held this morning was continued indefinitely on account of the illness of Mrs Copelin She twice while in the witness stand during the trial Saturday and is now confined to her bed Special Judge George Gamble will hear the WRIT OF MANDAMUS ISSUED AGAINST WM H SPRINKLE HE OWNS WATER PLANT SHE FLUNG HERSELF FROM THE THIRD STREET BRIDGE Judge Orders that He Keep the Reser voir Full of Water and that He Install a New Engine in Plant Front are to have proper fire protection at night for Judge S Lairy presid ing in the Cuss circuit court this morning by agreement issued a writ of mandate William Sprinkle who owns Ihe water at Galveston to install a new engine and keep the reservoir full of water at night in order that fire pro may be insured And as the result writ is lo be i man stationed hi Hie plant all Heretofore I ho plant has been closed and locked some have been granted to Sprinkle The towa council is to puss such ordinances as may protect him against the useless waste of water has been pending in court for over a year and has been set trial a dozen different times Today the opposing attorneys got together and tiie effected BIG SUIT AGAINST SHEARER William E Hauey this afternoon IN CRITICAL CON AT HOSPITAL STRICKEN YESTERDAY While Talking to Friends in Sellers Pool Room He Fell Unconscious to Floor s Feared He Wont Recover Andy From Dull laborer age sixty years residing on Sycamore street things which from a study of actual brought suit against the Shearer Ice cases and a very little a priori Cream company demanding fore ing seem to tend to increase the closure of mortage and judgment in her of divorces They were tke sum of James P apoplexy yesterday in entering the state lack of son brought a similar suit against at 2 oclock in the Sellers providence in domestic economy I and Clarence Shearer demand o suitable education for girls aati what is popularly known as race sui cide As for hastiness in entering the married state it is difficult to see how except in a few exceptional cases leg HUSBAND GRABBED HER Dangling in Air Until As sistance Because He Flirted With Cross Eyed Girl The fact that Mrs Charles WHUer son member of the Cosmopolitan Carnival company wore dresses Sat night was all that saved Her life as she attempted to commit sui cide by jumping into Kiver from the bridge She was res cued by who clothing UB she flung herself from the railing and with the assistance of Key Dickerson local boy pulled her back on bridge Mrs was the girl who sang In thi Light 01 the Silvery Moon while lying in the crescent moon in the show and with her husband was returning 1o their room on Third street tt midnight Sat when she attempted self de struction Later at police ters where they all went Mrs Wijl claimed that her husband who is pianist with the No mi a show had been making eyes at a crosseyed show girl She also said that they got lu per week and that me husband always collected the money and usually spent it all She said that he would not buy her any clothes and half the time not money enough for food But all was nothing com pared to the fatt that he continually with the crosseyed girl This the wife would not stand even if she had to Mil herself to prevent police gave the husband a lecture and made the wife promise thut if she is going herself tnat she would wait she got out of Logansport and before they left the station hus band and wife had kissed and made up RANK LOST ARM is 57000 PLOWED UP WATCH While plowing on the Frank L Jus of any sort could do any good tice farm south of the city last week was received here Saturday that Charles J Rank son ot Charles 0 Rank machinist lost his arm while zt work in the Southern Pacific shops it Los Angeles Cal No detail of the accident were given Rank left this city about two months ago and lo EDWARD WEAVER AGE 13 IN CRITICAL CONDITION HE IS AT THE HOSPITAL Fell from L C Bridge Sunday noon and Struck on His Head on Limestone Bottom of Wa bash River From Edward Weaver age thirteen years of 109 Melbourne avenue was perhaps fatally injured yesterday afternoon at about 4 oclock iu tailing from the middle abutment of the L C bridge to the rocks in the Wabash river bed lie is now in a serious condition it the St Joseph hospital Weaver and several other lads swimming near the bridge crosses the Wabash river packing house when the accident hap The boys were climbing up and down the stone pier anil the oth er boys who are larger than Weaver started o climb down Just as lie started his foot slipped and lie fell head foremost into the otb or boys saw him slip aud one lad at tempted to catch him but was only lo to break of the falL Weaver struck Ms head on the lime stone bottom He was dragged from the river un conscious by his comrades and Kil lian ambulance was called When the ambulance arrived at the St Joseph hospital Dr John IV examined Weavers injuries and thought that the skull was frac tured Weaver consciousness a short time and talked some litit soon lapsed into semiconsciousness ind it was thought Jie would not live during the night This morning how ever his condition was somewhat im butas the day grew older lie worse and this afternoon his condition was very critical CHARLES WILTS IS CARRYING ARM IN A SLING WAS TRACKING ROBBERS with geles his relatives in Los An GOT NEW AUTO TRUCK pool room on Third street and is now in a serious condition at the St Joj hospital Deford who is subject j rb apoplexy suffered a similar stroke last week but recovered in a few min utes The stroke yesterday came upon H Wiler have received a hini as he was talking to friends and auto truck and Wiler is Laving This is a question for parents ani Frank Hamilton turned up a watch J he fell to the floor apparently dead the time of his life running it about guardians to lay to heart ris plow which had heen in Friends called Killian the streets The truck will take this I i alien services of the lodge there k In dealing with lack of providence ground for nearly a year The watch ambulance and he was hastened to place of the delivery wagon domestic economy Father McKim vas lost last year by Charles Yeagley the St Josephs hospital where he made it an imperative ne said our main hope must lie in the plowing in the same field Thenas given medical attention by Dr and education of tne rising case and works of the watch are perT p He spent a quiet and in the effect of the good but the hands and face night at the hospital but this morning j which we set them Still something are rusted off nOdd Fellows went to Walton be done in regulating the inj i members of the order held memorial method by law by drawing Gladys Cinder ot showed little signs of improvements Deford has been a resident of this city for years and he occupies a room by himself on Sycamore street He Totals 35 2 S on pug Eight TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE n sharp distinction between and luxuries and in so adjusting the Farmers and Merchants State has been subject to heart trouble for Winamac laws covering the purchase of houses bink today C Lowe ile years but it was never so r TO FINISH ROAD The High street road running street to the Eel town ship line will be completed this week according to Contractor H P Hillis is in charge of the work Only the short space between 3og Got on Scent of Yeggs and Start ed So He Threw Wilts to Ground Sprain ing Wrist Dally With ami in sling Charley Wilts vas about the city today cussing the who robbed the postoffice at Corth Manchester Saturday morning and Si Morgans bloodhound which Morgan and he used in trying to run own the robbers During chase Vilts held the chain attached to The animal in getting pon the scent of the yeggs or ward so suddenly that Wilts was lulled forward upon hifi face and lands And the dog was so eager to get away that he pulled Wilts over he ground for several rods The bain was wrapped around Wilts wrist nd that member was so badly and sprained that he is un ble to use it today Robbers entered the blew pen the safe and stole 4300 in postage and 30 in money The night in the exchange across he way saw the burglars bat was fraid to give the alarm A man room ing above the postoffice was awakened by the explosion and when he poked his Lead out of the window one ot the robbers fired s shot at him The tracked them to a spot along the railroad track where they had laid iu the grass for a freight train They are still at large ACCIDENT A letter received today by Julias gives particulars of the acci dent in which Harry was injured in Brussels Ho was riding a race went down tried to ride around them and his horse stumbled and threw him He the only one hurt He is now recovering WANTS 5150 DAMAGES here this with iter father on plan that he foreclosure of mortgage and as and it is feared that Ite Fixd Ginder I Continued on page Eight judgment in the suai of 1100 will not recover He has no family William W afternoon sued the Fort Wayne Wabash Val fourth and the city limits remains to ley company damages io be with the crushed stone the sum of 120
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