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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Alton, Illinois ALTON EVENlIfG TELEGRAPH SeventySixth Established SATURDAY MAY lOc PER BABIES IN POLICEjOURTTBIflL WERE MUTE Molhers of Nine Infants Call ed to Testify in Trial of Man Accused of Not Support ing His Nlnei bablen In the iinmi of nine and every ono of the ba bies making frequent demands to lie fed which could be sillied only by DIB mothers complying with tlio de was the spectacle In the po lice court tills The nlno mothers had been summoned us wit nesses for Preston whose wife had him arrested on a charge WEATHER FORECAST mid rontinned to night Sunday unseltlnd with tooler In afternoon or i of Kast End Preston lives In denominated by some of the witnesses as dog The wife had gone to her mother who lived elsewhere and had her husband arrested for not pro viding for The purpose of Laving al the women with all tho babies was to prove for Jones that ho had burdened him self dally with baskets of groceries ho carried home to feed his According to Jones he did every thing that could be and every mother of the nine babies in tho court room Bided with There wasnt a baby over ten months and there wasnt one that ever had Any artificial As earh mother woujd go on tlio stand she would forego usual method of keeping baby would hand the baby over to some person to and sho would step up to take the oath and then tell what she knew about tho Jones family and their domestic Jones BOILER EXPLOSION VICTIMSJ30ING WELL Attending Siirwon Tlint liotli Himn Chnnct of Though Badly Both the men burned In holler explosion tit the glasB Friday havo a chance to got according to who Is attending Thomas the Is not so badly burned as James tho Today Smith tcld his story to When the burst of steam came ho was lost in tho fog and fell over on a coal unable to get He regained senses and then begrn groping around to find the out of the Finally he found the jamb of the door leading to tho en gine and managed to moke his way Both men are at the hos and suffering but will get well unless blood poisoning eets 76YlAR OLD HEARS PIANO AND DRUM OUR 60AT5 ARE GONE FOR FIRST PRESTIGE OF GOAT HILL A THING OF THE odo Pike County Man Coming to Had His Very First ChooChoo Ride Who Wonted to Buy n Goat Failed to Get Any KadKfac Anawers to flone are the glories of flout fre days wbon tbe blent of be nannies and he Wllllanm roud bo What would you think cf a mnn instead of gnrbase col seventyPlx years born in the wno a week we grand old Ktte of reliable old fonnumrrn of had never ridden on n ciins who on the rutting Mail in Ktrirt Kallwjiy Tickot At the corner of Second and Market the AHon Granite and Louis Traction company has a tin box fastened up on n telephone pole and used by employee for different A woman was BCOH this morning depositing some letters in this box under the Impression un doubtedly It was one of Uncle Sams mail and a Tecgraph reporter later naked Jnmes Hart the local superintendent If many letters was finally given a was told were fotmd deposlted that Btroet railway Ha answered nnd says that often many letters are found In These always put In regular mail boxes or to the post office so that they will finally reach their but the practice of putting them in street railway boxes Is certain to delay o great to let his wife live at her mothers house If she but to be sure and keep her supplied with He wao put under bond to tho grand FLAG Many American Kings and Strips of Hunting Torn Down on Bust Sec ond Some person or pereonB during the night tore down many of the flags and pieces of bunting left up on buildings since the Elks conven tion In East Second In some ewes the bunting or flags torn down from the front of buildings were re moved In instances it was torn and tied in knoto and left cither on the walks or banging to In one place the parties doing the work bad to climb up on a telephone pole quite a distance in order to get at the The Work was done by Borne ono through Pure deviltry apparently and ef fort in being made to learn their f discovered they will he Prosecuted under city ordinances fcr malicious mischief and destruction of property and under a federal tirtute for desecrating the American lag A Possible Break in the Heated The weather Bureau today gave the welcome Information that pos sibly tonight or tomorrow there may be a break In the hot wave now both by arrival of a cool wave and a The hot wave to date has been unprecedented for May In fony H has scored io warmest May on Uptodate many of the vegetable and garden ruck has been seriously and strawberries have been almost ruin The corn has not as yet sprout ed on acount of the lack of mois Adretrlsa In Iflth Anniversary of Louis Today was tle fifteenth anniver sary of the great Louis It was Just such a day ro hot and and that night a cool wave set following In the tail of the or heard a drum or piano H ib hurd to bellovc that such n mortal but Frank a Pike county tallies exactly with the above Lfrnt Thursday for tho first his seventyBlx years of life be boird ed a trnln and oame to Te say hte was pleased with the exper lenco would bo stating it lie was as tickled with his first ride 01 n choochoo train as any four year Hubbard Is n farmer at Nebo Pike and Is tho owner of a rich1 200 acre Two sons botb of whom are live with nnd do their share of tho farm Last April the twentysec he celebrated his seventysixth Up to time of his visit in Alton he never heard the music of a piano or the beat of a There wero none In hie and he never went from Last week Hub bards Invited the lat ter down to help celebrate his seventy sixth At first tho man who hpid never ridden on a railroad thought of odd to he was finally prevailed on to Last at tbe birthday cele In which 40 friends of Bailey he heard the first piano nnd drum music In his His eyes and his face beamed with evident as he listened to the stratus of popular It one of the best times tbe old gejitleman had ever Frank Hubbard wae born In Pleis ant Hill Pike with in ten mies of hispresent Only has ho ventured beyond the bounds of tbe thirtyfive mile cti He has been married forfortythree In ttiat of time he wae never absent front his wife as long as he WPS last Thursdny when ho came to Alton to help celebrate the birthday of Hubbard went homo this morn on the which makes the Second time he has ridden on a He promised his friends as left thft be would repeat his ftnd ride the trains The Wolnnns I The Womans Council met Fri day afternoon at the home of Oeorge Roll call was re sponded to with quotations from Papers wore read as fol lows a Checkered Repub lic by Magnus Ryrle Marks by next meeting will be with Juno Tho Miss AdTetrlfie in the i i UNUSUAL WAIST VALUES For Saturday and Monday We will place on sale a most unusual value in the very newest model Shirt of good quality India 34 trim med with splendid waist and just the thing fcr the hot days which are sure to bo with us for some time to comeWE ADVISC AN EARLY CALL FOR WE BELIEVE THEY WILL ALL BE SOLD OUT EARLY THESE WAISTS ARE WORTH Saturday Monday only 59c Kvldcntly Alton has no gnaln left within Somebodys AtonH as It develops no ono in be city or the country round has one to Sonic days ago an Al ton man advertisedfor a He wrnted It fora particular pur but although he used tin columns of tUe Telegraph and asked the Telegraphs of read there wan no One man thought Ue get a but It would take a days Journey raid would cost BO that offer could not be So a cat had to be substituted for tbe of tbe Drown Shoe owner yacht Yan kee Girl was coming up the river yesterday on his way to the Illnols river with a He was to have been presented with billygoat at Which was to have been load ed In his but tho goat did not his had to compromise on a Even a mangy dog would have been receptatile CB a gift to but at the last minute all the mangy dogsyn town had dis The plan was to load be goat In the cabin cf the Yankee Girl find when tho boat had start i out Brown was to be Introduced to his unwelcome The members of the party were disap pointed thai Jlrown did not re ceive the goat they had planned he was to HOBOES DESERT BOX Hald Made Night Kalled Jle sult In Any and Sentences Beam to Ibvo Hoxl The box car sleepers seem to have deserted their favorite Heretofore the box cars In the Bluff MUST STOP DUMPING E III filVEB ANOTHER NOTICE Government Official Serves Notice That Refuse Can Not Be Put in River or on Bank Where Water Will Get City dork Kennedy re ntiotber notice from of Hoik rrlntivu to the dumping of rofuno in ihw Mln Hlnnlppl river nt It is par of the governments effort o com pel tho cities along the road to cease using the river as a dumping plnce for The letter which came today was more explicit than the other In that It nerved no tice that garbage was not to be dumped even on tho river bank DANGEROUS SHOOTING BULLETS FROM ALTON KEEP PEOPLE Wjitelminn on Steanirr ATOKH Ilir Mfo mi lie Is In lime of tlioro Bicins o be enough nhnolnjr from the Alton ride of tho river to make a man bolrvo that a battle in golnt according o wnlchmnn on be Ktoamor thai whore he boat Is laid up bo DAY BIG PARADE DEEP INTEREST Committee Still Working Plan to Erect Memorial Chapel arrd Public Receiving All pRrnoitR who can nrn anked to like in the Memorial day parade and help to make this day a in low the Alton Rooms to bo both in the parade and Die of nnd j ho attendance upon the servkes In Unit bulletu fly across tbe river j The committee plans apaltiKt tbe from spatter bout or bury themselves In the where high water would get it nnd carry It Line yards have sleeping places for been popular an army of but since Magistrate Less ner took to imposing fines and tbe police department put the sleepers to work cleaning there baa been a falling off In the number of men who spent the nights In tbe levee box Last night a raid was made on tbe cars with tho re sult that not a man was The Rtreet cleaning gang needed some men to work but failed to get come This will render It necessary for the city to abandon the Ridge street dump where garbage has been left for nnd where the city has allowed the establishment of a horse Dead animals ran not be thrown in the A PART OF STOLEN MONEY RECOVERED Tolin Amlorson to Whom Ho Hue Given of the Hum He KIXIIII Hnmiiel wl o was bound over to ho grand jury yesterday on H charge Rftting from Sam heavy fine Is Imposed for violations of the federal forbidding tho elepositing of any kind of decayed or decaying material In the It will be unlawful for a man having a litter of dogs or kit tens to dispose to throw them In the Neither can the city throw dead dogs in the They will have to bn disposed of In some other It Is probable that tho enforcement of this rule will lead the city to the necessity of buy Ing a garbage reduciion PETITION FOR BURNAP y Owners Claiming to Repre sent n Majority of Unite on One Nnme for Main Property owners in Upper Alton fronting on Main have sign ed a petition asking the council to rename Main street and adopt the name Burnap for the thor Tho name Is elected In honor of Burnaps deceased who had much to do with the laying out of the Other people are divided as to the name of the the re presenting feet of property claim they represent a majority ask the council to adopt the name they Anotlier name IB Wesley In honor of the old Wesley now the Ipper Alton Metho dist Pupils The pupils of of tho Armstrong School of gave a recltnl thin afternoon at half past two assisted by Mlt rholl who wo vlo lln Tho young puplln of Craig performed very nnd their Humbert rliowfd much Following thn pro Ilano Klhtr river If anyone warts to lo create i patriotic spirit in the city and make more permanent the memorial day Along know bow far tho guns work tno building of the Brock will SKIare Miom that tho bill cnilpcl nnd the public burial vault lets carry rlear across and lit hopes ln PCmetcry will be work that that his assurances of that fact will up and Clrried out ag be Butlofactory and people will organization becomes better es craae discharging firearms toward Tomorrow a committee 1 will bo at the cemetery to meet many fnose persons who wish to have people go swimming off a fine pravca marked with Thla beach below the where he will be in the cemetery water is comparatively shallow and from 9 on the boat Brock the bank slopes off and Is covered with clean He be lleves someone will bo unless Mie shooting Is The following Is contributed Until the veterans of the shall havo passed away their claim to Memorial Day should be recognized as should not bo expected to divide the honors of a day which j would not have existed but for j with shows or It is difficult to prevent the per ACCIDENTAL George Harlmann is suffering from a badly lacerated hand which be injured this morning when attempting o dislodge a bullet a 22 caliber rifle for ono of his cus He was holding the barrel of tbe rifle in one hand and trying to force oui the bullet with a sloe In ao doing the rod entered tbe fleshy part of tbe loll nnd passed almost through the Tbe wound is very Joseph employed on tbe wagons of the George Meyer Ice seriously injured his left hand while handling ice last even He took hold of a large piece of ice with the longs and was In the headed sense and that innate spirit of Loyalty and PatrioMsm in the American people Is shown by the rosults in making the birthday of tbe nation 4th of July sane and While that Is being done we should not forget to conserve Memorial It will remain after MIC Last Grand Army Post shall have ceased to will remain as long as the i the preservation of whose act of throwing It across his shoulder when the and the sharp eeiiio on ihe unity it commemorates shall en Into Its celebration should tongs slipped ahvays bfe infu8eci the eplrlt of uri of tbe left hand just at the base of tbe The tongs al most severed the He was upon the wagon again today but the Injury was very faltering Its appropriate Monticello Graduating Magnus Ryrle delightfully entertained the members of Hie radtinting class of Monticello Sem inary at one oclock luncheon today at her home on Fourth in honor of her Miss who isi i member of tbe class and holds tho office of After bo luiuheon an auto ride was taken ml the young ladles were motored hack to tbe Krnrst Jonos ynd piano 10 made knonn to whom Ruth Michelbucli violin he hud putrustPd the stolon nioneiy j Finl was Tbla leaves Mitchell Intnuzl plnno hi lance of which bus m boon Court icrounlPd Anderson claims Unit Margaret Unperson piano 10 took only the JIM and Flor iltie must rest of lln PIIOO Rust violin Thoinn arid given It lei a man nnnipd Mitchell Va lead to keep for and Arnisload planei Spanish Wiillz surrendered PH Ilulh Michelbucli and Tho present lorm MHe Lilllo Hill returned from ends next and lie next term i visit In will begin IVMJHH HTAKT WITH SOMK IX THK IINU IS TO UK YtMIUK NOT QU1TK HKA1IY TO YOU II VOIT HOIH TO Till TIMK TO HTAItTINIl IH YOU MIGHT HAVIO HTAHTKII AXO MHillT STAHT THIO TIMK TO KIWIS HAVIStl MOX10Y IS WK INVITi YOIK AMOUNT WHITIIKU OH WlUi STAHT First Trust Savings 102 West Third Homer Chambers iUid Miss Mary Syddall were married by Mueller of tlio German Kvangellcal church this Tho i outdo were attended by and Wll also and from Sire to should never be oVerahaaowed by pastimes which do not benefit a day consecrated to the memory of the Who Died that the Nation might AHon proferesslvenesa Is de monstrated by tho astlve participa tion of Us fraternal nnd social or ganizations who for several years have been getting under yoke of the Boys in and taking the labor of love and respect from the KliouldcrB of tbe Boys of Gl who are passing by under the weight of But whose indomitable spirit is is keen today aa when they shout We are Coming FaJier Abra MIHB Virginia Bowman went to Chicago thin whoro she will viBlt and Chambers will go to and later leave for at oust Ninth for a We arc showing seasonable necessi ties such as STRAW HATS Negligee and Fan cy with Collars In HOSIERY the seasons UNDERWEAR twopiece garments athletic and union suits underwear all On iluau At x 4 t
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