Connersville Morning Curier, July 3, 1909

Connersville Morning Curier

July 03, 1909

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Connersville Morning Curier (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Connersville, Indiana THE « Volume Two.conners.v1lle, indiana, satuf5day, july 3, 1909. knumber thirty-five. Î ÍÍ oose" ES Ti ]AIL SENTEpig daytc.n balloon makes ; business ma nager warren, an all night trip from day ton. landed over in old kentuck. yesterday. i l-<jiiìsvil!i'. .îiiîy Thf îiaii'X':^ jìoi>si.T, Ci-orgi' I-. i;ir.iih;iujíU. pii<-'. iie'i l.-ri iniy'.un ias! ni^hl. cro^siM! ■ nliii) !:ii<) l\i :ir.uky :u- In: i:. a. in l.iy. Tail;-.- in ihr < ar r.'-iirojì- - liaiiaj;!. Thí- liaìlDua la¡;d. «! ■ iiiiU- soiüh of I"b.«'!-'»'!;. park, ¡üii-as; of um- i iiy. ai,oui 11 a- m l'h.- ¡¡(ni-j.T ¡la^.-. <1 liii'.-vily .ivi-rih'-i isiii-.-v disM-i, ; ,.r Un- ' ¡'y. lonnia; 3 ,v enouaii li> niak.' lU.' aalih' <'"■ 1 • hiiij.- 1-41U l¡!^. ' l aaM' t(í t;n-'ia!<' .I 1 •■. Sin «Tal kr- oí saaii w ■•! -« ipli'-í! a.H «íi.- i suinh was rra^îi.-.l, l'h" ; .an r.i;-.- auah; aa'l cdíí'i ■ ] ■ ¡ni.-y was a ¡a'-i-'.^"- k '.a í;.^ .a 'ai. ■ .íi sky. lì t-aa;.' down aìniai ; iiiiaa!i-.< ia'« :', U.iriii;: sìa- ...f Ua- í>.i!a>i.ii r fia- t iíy -rvrai p.-rson^. ■ ■a ihi- aas iiaa. l'-lf- a-'Ví .-■pan r t»fl':•••■.< noti!y • ,; a p.-: nlíar í ii'nvr <>; r;i\ ,a laliina uni la'!',' aa .of the appeal to reason; in trouble !socialists pledging to aid himmoney Fu a; Warna;. maaagcr till' Ap;)i'a! io ri-asoii. a sü.'iali^i i i P'ili' r pa!il::-ia'.¡ a! Cirar;:. Kas., ha.-; il'' n s-aii-aa-i-ii ¡a í^ix •!!H)aíl's iu jaa : aa<l a í'ia.i- uí íl.riun by .iiiùue l'i^"--^ifk ;a u¡i' i-'i'iiira! ('nari. Sc-Veiai '.v'.'ks aao Warri-a wa.s umstcd íur a;;.'a.'(¡ \aiia!ii>n ul' tía' piisía! ri-aa- ai! atas i;; a la-i.,-.•,! Ill a ; ; y na . rrai-a;. (i- adai^ i lu'duuh lin' huí ' ilf. I' oí a ri'.iai;! ot" ?!J'"" will) woa'.i Ividaai» "X ■(á' Ta;, hir of Kt-ni ::,■ì,_v ì.ìlìì ' I > Mai! st a * I a , '(i:- a üi w ;;ai; waií: <'v-,i;'a: wiil ;•«.■ laa«';. • the cJin'try ¡ÍHV,- TO RTH POLE rsy ca/WBüvsr MRS. TAFT AND MRS, LONGWORTH WASHINGTON. AUTOMOBIUNG IN plan to reach pole embraces a thorough explor-ation may not be started 1910 UNTIL According to the Lokal Anzieger, Count Zeppelin intends tq maie an effort to reach the north pole in his airship. The Emperor acceptii^i protectorship over the uodertaKtng, after listeniiig to a report oii the subject at Kiel by Prof. li. HergezeH of the University of Stra--;burg. The plan eiivbraces a tlioroiigh ploraiion of the polar reKlina iiv ElfENINGIEWS has had a "rumor" and a "pipe dream" this week al-' ready, IT'S getting TO BE grouch. an old The uiost damnable thing in any had been a sufferer for about three weeks, oh peretonitis. , was born in berlin, germa^ny. in 1837. Mrs. Win. J. Staut unswored the community la the gossip the fellow j «f the death augol lust ni-rht at who starts something a goiu' for no I'ttle pt\st oleven o'clock at her home other pui-pose than to hann and belittle someone, an institution or a liusiness. We are wonderiug df it is not this purpo^^ that the E^'en-ing News has iu view when it publisher such articles referring to the Courier as have appeared ret^ently. The light-weight man or the heavyweight man is at his old tricks again ,-a i-u utMiur! Warr, Mrs. Taft aiid Mrs. Xichnlas Li>:'..u\voiib are fanilliar tlguros tliese day.s on tln' spcfdway ami !hi> csphuiade !u Wiishin^ztòn. Uarely is one seen auto- ; the purpoae. ¡vnd the expoditiou wiU iniil>i!i!iir withont the ot'.aT. mal Mr-^. Loiiirwor'th is Mr,-;. Taft's guest nt be fitU^d out under t'.i-e management lunchiHin alniust ev-ry v^ (■ck. Whcu Tre.'^idcut aud Mr.s. Taft i^o to Beverly I Count Zepeliu, iur ilìc- suninicr Mr. aud Mrs. Lducworth wiil be tluùr nearest neighbors, occuuyini; a cottage only a shurt dii^iaiice frum (Ae T.ift home. aicaas yf Zeppolin'^ ¡urship bcfoiv uti- —dreaming and having veal visions, dertakiiit; u> reticU the pole, A crafty '/hey make no positive statements, of special sireugth will be bui:t for 'out they publish things in a way lliai uodoubt are taken by the public on West ninth street. She had been a sutler for about three weeks of peritonitis. Deceased whose nu^iden name was Miss Mary C. Poppy, was born in 15erlin Gei-nuiny, March, 20 ISiiT.and was br«Li<rht to this country by her ])arents when only si.k months old. She made her home with her parent.s in Franklin cotuUy near Brookville. On Octobw ist. 18(i:-i she was united in \n;u'riage to William J. Stant. PICNIC PARTY. aay pariy oí pi<i¡i. HELD AN OPEN ^^EET1NG GLENWOOD at; said to be the greatest pest ! to man \',¡!> I (nan.tMsi'aiai'y 'U' NN'aidrua. i.^;' Àli rhaaix " j'àr.iiia ,M>- ki a'au!;/,. ' !• besUli. s the uui-.- Nara a!. 'il'-iiii-. e TEAD, THE CELEBRATED ENGLISH NEWCPAPER A'.AN HAS A J.CHEME !.. 1 dki aa.i .b-ss a aad A:thur l-à! r;jt its PROBABLE CUTTER HE cANT ¡■•■I ,'!.' i-'UJ I.,. a:.N ¡aaj', ■ ai-ii-; , at s;. a'■ r I'l ; aa ; Tin Siircr'.> i':uli ii'.-id an opi'ii jme'.'iiag ai lia' iiaina uf .Mr.- .Î. T. Cü''avvn(i,l TiU'Siìay ina Un-hoaa. Taa (.'iu!) < aU^i-;;, piak an 1 wiüii', wer.' ai:y ( ¡irritai ont í iu 'ha d"vorat;uai;, ;)i::k ¡lad waiî" i swca' ])'aa,s adoraiag liii- re':'"¡>!ii)r. i roma aad parior ¡'iaa, decorano!:.'; I o:' piak uJid whit:' iioii;.-hockü for ^hc I «iiaiaa looai. lia:a:y r-^rrci^hni.'nis of ; piak and waiic i-'i'-. r^ani and piak i aad w .iu- > ake w.-ri' s, rw-d. i A ¡a 'asiag progran; waa Tlic rat is bclicvanl to lie the woi^t niaianiaHau pesi kiiovvn to man. Not oalv it destroy propia-iy worth unillioui; of " ■■liars every year, but it no\r known to the principal aiyin iji disaendnaniig bubonic piagiio. Tliis is not. a contagious Prof. Hergezell will leave Germany next summer, reaching Spitzbergen, via iXorway. and lauding at several p'.aces along the rcate. The headqu^r- t-er.s of the exprd;iiot\ in the way the News wo'ald Imve it > Ta this union were born roitv children, 'be taken—as truth. two boys and two fjirls. Geori,'e It is a characteristic (y; vhc hea.vy Stant of the Stant Machine win-ks of 'man on the Nw^s, «uy things in a ¡this city. Mel Stant also of this city way thjjt giVf"« tin inference to Ihe ' ipjiiobltc and remain free from be- l)ti aT ills pinned down as having made C' Bi^y, on th^' svcst coast of Spitz •bergcn, which Prof. Hergezell chose upon the basis of measurements made by the prinae of .Monaco. ■positive statement. Last night there ttpui'jitvd In the court hovase alle^v itrgan an ai^tide which in.\liVi.»ard the public with the It is not yet cr^tala whether the,f?.'^-'c that the Courier was beat out lof voyage to the pole will undi^rtaken la 1910, Thia will ¿íepend upon the several dollars in cash by Mv.. \ the s apposed-to-be pi^i.tiagw of the results of the preliminary voyages "Great Indian.^ Cowpauy" io the polar regions. In order to de-.l wh\c\\ Iw^ this city xlHirsday. You I. a ; 11. ¡a a ^ aaai.: ■ 1 : a i lai:» r- rw \s : ■ ; n I i;a V1' il di-.diaa t .straau'.' .-^ïu i'aii, liva' au- L V) ; a! lo • a,' aw;: HA3 served THK L'WrV HA = ; with s.'Vvrai aaait) rs frons club iu»nr.-' hers, aad a^. j a ¡nos; i.a>a-i.snng xalk ! oa ì;:nderaar; n wark. ay , yü^^; Mar-CAPACIYV ; 'ba Hiiw-a ..f Wi- ' : rMrur;!! aiia. Kaa^as, and a i .-^Uiry by .Mrs. ¡Estelle ocia;;ri'c. of ía.llln^■l■^v;Iìo. Aninai iîarv. vi;. T'lra^r. aa- aii-s!., \v< A;r¿. Wails. THIS DIS- uoii.V Ml.-. •■'MCT. a, h 'ovvi ^af; 'd ■ li : n« a 10 V <a;;ai!.!:;-!a''diaa.a is aad ie'.'il Mil' si.-ulüw;, ad .^^rruUy: :ui:aa' îuward ai I Mrs. /-■t.ta -Mjiry iloiraof Gieii-s aad Mrs, MUi-Mrs. Ida \Vor. rtüd Wa-hi-a. Kaasas, -. S'lK'kia'U, of C:"ir'i'i-, M.'v. !: Oaiíütrt-e and Airs. listcUu iri'c, of Cu;¡ilio. di.sra.sf in ilie ordibury sense, The iaf<-< iiuu is spread from rat to rat and from rat to man solely by means of tiie rat flea. Th.? rnitid Staf's Department of i Agriouiuire, through i's Biological rvr'uderod j •.-;urvey ha.- recently given the rat a-roblcin serious a'-tention. The re-tf.ùî 01 that work have appeared in a!'"in on The Brown Rat. There are .'severa! specii-s of rats, but the (Manina liousc or barn rate, the so-'aaiUal '^Xor-.vay rat." is the most ridi-.'-proad a'.ul by far the qnost de-sir'ac'ive. By mean.-; of ships it has iatan carri-d fo aleio?' every i)art of 'he world, and wherever landed it hai ])ro.'i-"JÌed to make i'self at :io:ne, Ttii- specie.s has wonderful a;laptabilitv to climatic n"*^ o'her . oaidinoa,-. In .\'<jrih Am'-ricn li is i'ouad K-tiai i'anama id the Yukon Val iev aad to llrceniand. termine the general feasibility uf ^he scheme, extensiv^^ g^-ogpphical and metoGrolosdcal ^tu^ies are rega.nled as necessary \)efcu-^ the pQl^r ven--ture, The Kmpi-ror listened to Prof. d-Iergezell's description of the undertaking with intense interest, and readily consented to assume the office of protector and i>atron. He expressed satisfaction that Count Ze-p-pelin was about to crown his life work by placing his long experience to the serviice of a great national ■undertaking. S T AGÀINST ER FA '■s .-•I. auiruiaîive aa-w.-r ha'.«- h.-ea toid i j.iks have beca publish.•($. and tao j.ocîc'y o:" j's-y<.-hi'- UfSearch has gatl ■ • •r.'il \u!iüia s oí ijüía. soiat- \alu.ì.b]", !;ad SOU!.' wur^aa ss i¡jK>a its :.k-a ' .'u !.ir ib.-re is no s- it-aUfic oa-jJi;«a iir ark!u)«a-dtrmc.'i! yf .spir.:-•.i.ilisin ai it is jaterviri'tnl by its dav-» tciTi. jjui fill- "'.vi-ïf ¡'Jici- of suiüi- nìys-;i-rioas iatviiigi-uc..- u:i:-.;d,- of oar- r.ip-I i < » t. If i Ait. ".ai ^ .1'.' t.i !aki • doiag ■ i_i!' I asï riet Si¡¡i.a' ..V d.^-lri' aad a tr. I a ' ia-.- f|lgd in the rush county cir cuit court this week by mrs. oldham. large estate is involved case. , V'ill note the. Nc^ws It Is "under- ¡ IÍ i in; a !nan with a j!'a\v,'r am,"''.» f : - iiiii of an in-tis;b!e /on" ataia.^ apoa inat^i-r, ar-'iiu- •iWii'kni is, vviia? .'.ijie of 1. aied. I '.i.-y ? Tiie <-oijniry ir- o\->'r-r(!n by s¡r.n"iea ".•riv-diums"". -H-jüi go about (îi.'; .-ivia^ i.îld tlcfniuding the ¡>"0¡i'e. Who »-:ari> all tbi-ir j-otaHi-d aannù -taiioas íiy îrîcks aüd .-jicigh; i>í iiand. 'lì-.' 'u aad wuH'ii'a w:a> faUy an' al/...-i^i iinaík,- Ule i!!ysi.-rk)us j.iií. aomf i ;.a waich have so puzzled thou;;;j;fu! jDÍiidá. are cuüijku ativciv few, nnd sire not usually found wanderiag; ;ii>ouî with their ■•controls"' lik.-i ^íypsy fortune tellers. i?ut even these | . x.l far short oi tin- satisfarlory re-; i-iiits so foadly desind. The ;uïx-î ...nis eMiniin r .e.-ts a ¡ut^.sage from a j iriend or loved one. perlups a fa-h-i IT or mother who has ■'passi j oui." and it is wide of the facts. For iu-f.,tance, iu one test a mother in îae i spirit world, taiking to her sou in : tin» answered a test question as i ii;i! (i: î •>vao ar -v.". v.". S i alai Inuiai; ¡¡le work in Uus di-' has wiiM a hû^t oí ¡ra-aas '•>.; •■:.ur. h aad in 'le- i huìa-a arr'. iu' has to 1-aive .s siar'aagiy înti-r.-n.ri ; Jnj-^^al by !''iMsrina;! y (H" un •itíz.'as; - a-,ks th 'l'On í'u'vii-w oí U í. I»:-. Rawls is a paaslaj; ^nd cal-r---ii^ aai-r. (i.-'fiai: d<!wu Ui i^s "siali > vti a i'lear. plaia aad iira< t!'.ai .l'Utjs. lüs :raay iri-ii-i laM".- v.lsa him ua-l(oa:ai.'d s<k. ( ;-s ia i.ia fb-ld uf nn-, sirabli' i ! (".i If or of Ih).' l-o'ì-' ¡mv.;. as h" r'-ads I 'eau -oalshiag rviaarks ¡'¡adt- bx ; thé laidy Margaret pruícs-cr of divin-j l-î-y aî ('ainbridge. \Vrloag in The; Ka^eaics Ui'vif'w i London t tue Rev. I U". R. 1:IÎ:'\ l>. 1).. d«-^lares tha; the: l•:aeii^:l birih-raie is perilously exces-i .iiv'a fnaa a s.>aiai aad --ageaic point ' of v!'-\v. Tia- sium-ilwell. r likes io ; whic threatens his life be-cause he wants thiings clo ep, who is, a prominent contractor^ Au-fta Hunt of Hamilton and Mrs. Geortre Pippin of East Connersville. These with the \utsband and otlior relatives and friends ure)eft to mourn, the loss oí Iovii\i,' mother, friend and c^vupattioii. She was u faithful and eon.sistenr member of the First M. E, ehin-ch of this citv. No iirrungeinents for the funerail had been made last nitrht but it is stoQd oic." here the Courier ! probable that the funer-al will be held Wishes w st«te that it did not 'oose soinetuiu> Mondav. a rtoUur by the going away of Mr. Harris. We got our money, so thevft now. The N'ewil (waá afraKl <o make a positive statenif»\\^, hsr If it had it would havp a lie. But it would try impress the public though that we were beaten. Can the News come out and say Mr. ris paid them? -Again, sometime ago the- Xew.:^: ha^l great, story in whi.c.\i {» ihrew: bouquets at itselt; ^nd i,ried to belittlo the C<;itu'i,iir, fctf siv^ng out such lofer-ence.s tlu\t the Courier copied from the Ntvws. In this article they refer-ed to a fitary of Mr. Coletraln -being Ptmig by heea. The News would impresa the public la that article that the Courier copied it from the News Here are the facts in regard to this case. This article about the bees was Riven to the Courier reporter w-bo wrote the article up and had it in type before the News was even printed. So if the News sought to impress the public that we copied the article front tiiem. We herewith nail the he. The article in the Newsi at that time was an iniusiice to the Courier and to onv reporter. Th^ News can continue to knock on this paper till It gets tired if it eases its darling self any. Rushv|!le, Ind., .July 2.—A suit involving a large esUite has b.een f\led in the Rush circuit cqun. T^ie plajn tiff Mrs. Martin Oldham, has brought the action imahist her father. Johnjfiag [^„t Q^g j-^^pi,. ^^ tdy A. \VUl«u, et al. to set a«de a con- j b^^ies this, and has made no attack large order was placed yesterday which will arrive next week. five-hundred volumes more later. An order for new books for the Library was ^iven yesterday. The order was taken by A. M. Mc-Cagne representinii tlie Herbert O. Tomlinson Company of Chicago. This is the first order of new books since tlio comjjletion of the new buildinçî, as the money has been used for other purposes. The order given consists of twelve volâmes of Students edition b\' Robert Browning: Seventeen voltnnes bv De Mautan- language used of a violent character. Mayor .îarut-s Brown, of Nashville,',-.,, has ri-t- elved an anony- on the News at previous times. Whea another man was in our shoesJiemay have said things that caused the froth to foam from the quivering lips of the News. Then they were ttot aave i-artî uiavir wia-ri'» !na\ haaif <<■ ii I. , iar::i. farnC}'. naia.",'. Lra • tia.' iîaonn<. ■ ■aase chiitlri r^,' .¡nous le'ter rhrea^'Uing him with dea; there wiiS an agreement between the Uition sliQuId • bi-cause of th<i activiiy he Ls tiiking j defendant and bis wife, providing NI NFOR NEW .avi,r I ae Ui'i.iijiia'a rs, .'-a.^s i )r. irig coaí¡i:i')as wiiiib; K! tin- eaforcenient of the prohibition ianjiause employed in the à \-;o'eiU character. veyauce and t.o quiet title. The suit fifew out of an alleged fraudulent deed made and recorded prior to the death of the defendant's wife. The complaint alleges that the defendant by fraudulent methwls ob- disposed to take a !>oke at him. Now tained his wife's signature to an in- „.g g^g ^^^ reason for the Court House strument, conveying the estate to alley organ to wQrk its pent up them jointly. It is further alleged -„-rath onto one who was not respou-ahat previously to this transaction | g^^jg f^j. ^^ g^^j^g This is "nitff ced'" but we advise the News to know what it is talking about be- ant and five volumes of Natural The present editor of the Courier j History which will be very interesting to both children and grown folks. The books are expected to arrive by first of the week. Next week the Library will probably order five-hundred volumes of Juvenile books for the children. The Library' is short on books suitable for children, and the children are clamoring for books. When the five oí these sluai^ la'.v. The tor "iu gome ' Je"ter is of Foiir former saloon keepers and oi!<- driver of a brewery wagon were tiiov I arrested charged with violating the thai each was to hgve one-half of I'ore it talks and not be an old gran-thp estate RUd at the wife's death his „y and blow every little "mmor" it '■listricts ihe working clasies are so : much afraid of sterile marriages, on I purely .-c-jaomic grounds, that Svill no; inarrj" un-i! they know that j ¿'^^ati- wide law w .ich went into effect j \vidan married this week to a share was to be divided among the children. By the terms of the deed the enntire estate reverted to Wi-dan on the deaih of his wife. -Mr : the marriage will be fruitful." !.Wednesday night. The were taken ' The consoquencc is that England i | to the poJrce station, where they gave , prolific in ¡iroletariat offspring.; bond for their appearance. The I aad Professor luge observes: Ì charge is thai rfley were observed will be decided at .next| term of court by a kirge scale, the birth-rate in Kng-judgej ¡.j.,,]^ where the bir'hs still outnumbe gray-wilson in jail. ••In the absence of emigration on ! "beerette,"" which, under the mayor's i.¡-structions is a violation of the law-A ^port ahs been submitted to Ma WILL REMAIN !'he deaths by five to three, is mi;ch ; the lockers have been pui in s|x places here formerly occupied by salo 'It is understood that a number of other places will be similarly fitted The whiskey people are gra3, The whiske people are greaX- of circuit court held yectef.cay. Loo high. 1 can not say that I am hopeful about the near future. 1 am afraid that the urban proletariat may ruipple our civilization, as it cle- up_ stroyeil ¡hat of ancient Rome. These j ap. to how many children she bad • - reared when in life. She answered ; session four, wb.en its a matter of fact she', v.-as the mother of eight. Iu The j vast majority of cases the aUe.ged; i.-ommuiiicsiions are absolutely wita.| probablv live as long as thev can by out value, or reliability. And y«; hen-rccsts,' as Mr. Lloyd an active outsjde intelligence J ^ George truthfully describes mo<iern uudtwiable. Are we therefore jhe ; ^ ' taxation, and will then tHsappear." Judge Grav v.-no had tc ¡^i ::u-u iae , ,, . . - We shouid hke to see the public T.Iav term o: court in. era:: . , - , - ,. iman fn America wno would dare in ■^^iison a seio.-i'l iria . y. ■..•■." c.-r-, , , ' , , „ . . ,,,( dulge in such words as these of Prof. t O - I «J. Richmond woman and is now on his wcïlding trip. FELL FROM POLE hears for the purjxjse that the people will take it for the truth. after receiving an flectriq shock. degenerates, who have no gualities j ly encoara.ged by the action taken b} that confer a gurvivftl vabie, will ,rhe Alabama .supreme court in tipbold victkiis of practical jokes by nils cbievous spirits who in life were étrangers to us? Are our memories. or knowledge of matters in this Ufoi'^f^ I ^X/'i^^fInge in reference to the ur^n pro- jj^pistnke out the motion ot the defense . . .. . , Impsiretl after death? Or is tbe rVt"" letariaL In his further discussion he ^hole business the work of devilsj ^"'^^'Ch had been filed objecting to th,e higher arable, tiie intellect- or evil spirits of the nether world? ^^ " Hi cultured, to marrv and raise tWuson and also overruled the objec- ^ ------------------------------I_--___, families, in order that ihe race may Coniuued oa page jfour. } Ccuiuued ou page four. 1 be improved, ennobled, and uplifted. George Robinscm suffered a severe injury to his spine yesterday by faU-ing from the top of a blgh electric i.ig the "locker system" in the state- light pole, a distance of BJaottí. thirty- A temporary restrftining order Uas ■been issued, at Meniphis, in answer CO the petition of the stockholders of the Tennesssee Brewing Company, which attacked the constitutaonallty of the sales and manufactures act passed in exjunction Avith state-■wide prohibition enactment. John Westemian and wife, of Shel-byvLHe, will be the Sunday guest o£ C A. Lemming and famiJ;. five feet. He was working for the Power Company and touched a live wire. The shock caused him to fall. Dr. .Mountain was called and the Injured man taken to Ms home in East .^nnersville and given proper atten- postoffice will be closed. The post-office will be closed at 9 a. ra., Monday, July 5, 1909, for Che remainder of the day. There "«•ill not te either City or Rural delivery, but patrons can receive their mail by calling at office prior to 9 a. m. Mrs, Ciiarles Butcher -and daught-era, Ethel and Gertrude expect to leave today for an extended visit with relatives in Wheeling. West Vir (ginia. ' L. E. Green spent yesterday at Cfood Luck fishing camp. • Miss Mary Calloway will be the (Sunday guest of friend® at Liberty. Jbliss Emma BeckenhoUz, of Springfield is the guest' of ;Mfe8 Maime Vol-kert. John Rubin and wife returned yes- hundred volumes come the childreu will appreciate them greatly. Miss Heron informed the Courier last night that new screens are being added to the library building and everything is in fine shape. NOT tion. It -was a thrilling experience for Jterday from a short visit with rel-Robinson and it is a wonder the elec I atives at Cincinnati. trie current had not killed h-lm perhaps it would had it not been that he feU, Harry Duepstock will be the Sundej Barton Barker and son. Virgil, at- and Monday guest fiis parents Ben fDuerstack and ^e. tended the funeial of Solomon Hard< .ing at Pendleton, Indiana. fE BODY OF LEON LING New York, July 2.—The body, supposed at first to be that of a Chinese, which was found in the Hudson river last night was not that of Leon Ling, who is charged -with the murder of Elsie Sige' After an autopsy today Dr. Thomas Curtin, coroner's physician, declared the body was that of a white boy not more than sixteea years old. The discoloration following Jong immersim gave the body the appearance of that of a Mongolian, and it was not'until after a care-ftil exatnination that the police were convinced that the search for Leon, -was still unfinished. -----H ;