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   Logansport Weekly Reporter (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Logansport, Indiana                                1 Logansport SemiWeekly Reporter VOLUME 43 NUMBER 16 LOGANSPORT SEMIWEEKLY REPORTER FRIDAY MAY 27 1910 ANNUM DELEGATES DID NOT FINISH UN TIL IN THE EVENING CONTESTS WERE MANY Eel Township Convention Was Held in the Evening and a Full Full Ticket WasPlaced in the Field DEMOCRATIC TICKET RepresentativeWillard C Fitzer Prosecuting Attoifiey Michael L Fansler Clerk Charles 0 Brown Auditor John E Wallace Treasurer Marvin M Minnick Sheriff Warren J Butler Recorder Harry E Burkit Surveyor Charles R Lybrook Assessor W Harvey Coroner Dr A L Palmer Comiwloner First District Frank Davis Second District Julius Lienemann COUNTY COUNCIL District Daniel Barrett Second District John M Girton Third District W C Thomas Fourth DistrictO P Erbaugh At Large Daniel Woodhouac Dr Z U Loop Herman Martin Front TknrnlBT Dully Well tho county convention is now history It was held yesterday in the Klks hall ajid was one of the longest drawn out conventions mat has ever foeiu hold by any political party in Logausport With the exception nt sheriff prosecutor surveyor coroner and commissioner the First district there were exciting contests How ever only one ballot was necessary to deddw the auditor race because there were only two E Wallace and Willanf Elliott Wallace won by 312to lyn Minnick defeated Oeiclijiianii and Nolir for treasurer The final vote Stood MiujiU1 JH1I TOcfcluiHiiin ibsaiid Ncltr 71 Julius Licucniajui was uoniuiall for com missioner of tho Second district Jo seph Outhrio withdrew after the lirst ballot Following is the vote 157 Liencmani 251 Uhl IIS 101 Ulil Harry E llurkit ot Washington township was nominated for county recorder Beck withdrew after the third ballot Following is the result 10J Stanley 181 Bur kit 179 137 Stanley 1S7 iiurklt Mt 7S Stanley lJ Btir fclC 217 210 Burkit 10 There wftro our candidates for county assessor Burgman withdrew after tho second ballot Hildebraudt dropped out after the third and the light was then between John Harvey Following is the and M A Little voto by ballot M4 lUirgiimn 104 Little ISO Hildebraiidt 170 HmKumn OS Little 13C Hildcbrandt 151 LittU 1UIOd ikbrandt 145 JlU Little 185 Hlldebrandt 140 S5S Little The Eel township convention was EPIDEMIC IS NOW AT ITS HEIGHT SAY PHYSICIANS TEN NEW CASES TODAY The Disease Will Be Exterminated Now Since School is Cases of Other Contagious Disease From Charles Miller city health ofllcer reports that so far clurilig this month there has been just 100 casts of measles reported and out of the hun dred sixtyone patients have recover ed According to tho physicians the epidemic oC measles is nearly over in two weeks the city will be al most free from the disease Tho fact that schools were dismissed today for the summer will practically check the diaeaif and it will he exterminated in a short time The epidemic started last month when thirty cases were re ported and every day this month naiiy new cases have been reported It mostly attacks families wherethe children have never had the measles all the children in the family con tract tho disease A mmbcr of older pcopio wen attacked this spring but so far no fatalities Iiavo been re ported Now cases wore reported to htaUh authorities this morning as ollows Uachaelfred and Catherine ISisenbise H7 Toledo street Theo lore Irene and Mre C Fry Seventeenth street Robert Roach 1402 Spear street Lctha Kuhns i street Helen Mills THREE TABLEAUX IN A S G GS CAREER Market street and A OotUliall G2 Twelfth street The following have rc Baby Turnpaiigh 1G5 Goorsc street Kilcon Hoffman M Michigan avenue ulvy Hipshcr 70S liilm street Frank FUby 212 College street Helen Niblick 1G14Douglass street Addle Chappcl ICO Wright street and J Nelson S2u Fiftccenth trees Five cases 01 this month but they were an n one family and two ofthe patients lavo recovered There were two cases jf diphtheria also reported but Felix lair of West Market street one of the pictims has recovered ANCIENT MEDAL IS FOUND Curio Picked Up in Missouri is Ante Bellim Day Reminder Jefferson City Jlo Charles J Gruber a local mail carrier picked up wliat lie supposed viis an old coinACter the find had been rcatpd to many batns ilr Umber undo tho discovery tliat while it was ut i coin yut it was a curiosity and i reminder of antebellum days in St Louis Tho piece seems to be a medal and vas evidently once tlio property of Hzgibbons dagucrrotype gallery in it Louis It is about the sixc of au Id copper onecent piece but is cvi leutly of brass he center piece of the face is m lc grasping three darts surrouud hold last night with George W Pal mer as presiding officer James Reid E B Greves and V i Hanawalt were nominatedby acclamation for justices of the peace Janies btover Fml Hcppe and Henry Flanagan were like wise nominatedfor constables J P Siaybnugh Harry Ward and Taylor Glrton were nominatedas members o the township advisory ooartl FAREWELL RECEPTION Tuo graduates of the Washington school wore given a farewell reception yesterday afternoon by the pupils of ihe school Prof A W Gamble deliv ered an address to th students and Miss Shldeler principal of the school presented the diplomas Mrs E H McConncll had charge of die uuisical program with the worus Dagnerrotype Gallery Fitzgibbons In the center of tho reverse side is the following Xo Fourth street St Louis Mo and around the border the words and figures Over D Nicholsons Grocery Store 1S50 This curious piece was picked up by Mr Grober iti the southern suburbs of the city aJoag an old road tliat bad lately been haclly cut up with heavy rains Evidently it had been buried tor a great many yeare Its history is unknown Here LOCATION DECIDED The announcement that tho now Valley traction station will be on the Kreuzberger lot was ratified yester day by General Manager C D Kra mons of the traction cpinpany who asked the board of works for a fran chise permitting the company to lay tracks into the building on the lot Preparation Yesterday she had only one thought Twas having the gown to fit like it ought For one who has learned as much as she be perfectly dressed for all to sec Graduation Today is the climax of her life She is ready to lighten the worlds hard strife Armed with flowers and wisdom she Starle out to uplift humanity Renunciation that is different sirs A disillusionment often With gingham apron well shielded sue Is found preparing sonic hashtor tea FURNISHED CIGARS TUCKER CASE DISCHARGED FROM COURT BY JUDGE John Grilliii chief of the fire de partment and the firemen of the city desire to thank E E Pittman for the which were presented to the fircmcn for tehir work in fighting the lire in Pit mans born Tuesday morn ing Mr Fittnjan lefta box of cigars ai each engine house SON WAS VERY UNRULY Had Father Arrested for Whipping POWELL RESIGNS Fred W Powell cleric in the First National bank han resigned his posi anfl tihc first of ne4 mouth wili Him Last Going to go jjto the plumbing andkeam fitting Leave His Fathers Tablev T Otjeotccl FTOm Thnrndayii Dally John Tucker of Fourteenth street and Indiana avenue who was arrested last night on the charge of assault and battery when he gave his son aflog ging was dismissed from the city ci urt this morning by Judge S G Gif ford The aflldavit againstTucker filed by his son Leonard Tucker who received the whipping and the court held that aslong ashisson is a uiinor and disobeys him Tucker has a right to correct him with awhipping The trouble in the Tifpker Jipme arose yesterday evening at supper when young Tucker announced his in tention oC leaving his fathers home to beard elsewhere His father said that hewould do nothing of the kind and when started to pack his clothes his father gave hint a severe trouncing The younger Tucker then filed charges of assault and battery againsthis father This morning tho senior Tucker told the court that his son was in the hab it of staying out late at nights and jsiuanderins his money in a useless niiiuicr and needed correcting Words advice had no effect upon the boy and he thought that as a parent it was his duty to make his son mind him The court agreed with Tucker in the matter and decided that his son should be made to mind as long as he was a minor if his father had to use fcrce in doing so STUDENTS BURNED BOOKS A number of Lincoln school stu dents burned their books yesterday el The successor toPowell in the It has not yet been named IT WAS PLAINLY VISIBLE HIGH IN THE HEAVENS IT WAS A GREAT SIGHT Who Have Not Yet Seen the Sky Would Better Do So Now Because It is Going Fast Dally Tho coniet was plainly visible last nignt It appeared high in the hcavous Mil THE WERE RENOMINATED AT THE CONVENTIONS TODAY KISTLER WAS UNOPPOSED Rentschler Won on tho First Bailot are in Accord With Plat Kern From In the joint senatorial convention which was hold in the court house at 1 oclock this afternoon Frank M Kistler of this city was renominated ns senator from Cass and Pulaski counties and in the joint representa tive convention which was held at the same place at 2 p m George W Kentschler Fulton county was re nommated for representative of Cass and Fulton counties Kistler had no opposition and was renominated by acclamation Rentschler was opposed by Daniel Gillespie irid Harry M Gardner of this city contest was decided upon the first ballot Rent schler getting 12 Gardner 28 and Gil lespie 8 Fulton county voted solid for Rentschler givinghim twentyfour votes and he received eighteen votes from Cass county just two more than enough to nominate Kistler iu a speech made BAKERS STILL WAITING The Indiana bakers who appeared Tuesday before the Indiana board oC health iu Indianapolis in an effort to have the order rescinded which re quires the bakers to wrap each loaf of bread received no satisfaction from the board The bakers were heard but the board gave no decision ITALIANS QUIT A gang of 100 Italians working on tho east end of the Panhandle with tho construction gang resigned be cause they did not get a raise ot six tiercefl company They went back to Chicago and another gang was sent to take their places LOCAL CLUB MEMBERS TO AT TEND THE FEDERATION MEETING HELD SATURDAY Literary Clubs of Eleventh Will Pro gram and Picnic Have Been Arranged after the nomination and had a very well defined tail U he had been accused said that of votin p ese Mrs Flora T Neff Mrs Jessie Groiaelspacher Mrs Edith Graham and a number of other local club wo go to Boyd park at I against John W Keru two years agomctl morning to attend tbe annual meet p m almost everyone on the streets He did not deny it but stated that i was gazing skyward The tail stretched out in almost a straight line slightly above the aerial wanderer At times this tail was very plain and at others it faded away to reappear a few moments later brighter than The stories to the eftect that the when placed in nomination his iu of the Eleventh district federation structions were to vote for Shhely jot literary clubs An excelleet pro He carried out those instructions and gram has been arranged for tne said that now that he had been to vote for John W Kern he meeting and ladies from Marion Wst bash Roanoke Huatington will do so George W Rentschler in speech stated that he is in tell accord comet had lost its tail were clearly rej with the Democratic state platform futed The tail was there all right andthat he will if elected vote tor butnow what puzzles is where did the1 John W Kern for United States sen cOHiet keep this tail on nights the 141ator Reutschler was lustily cheered Peru and this city will be in attend a brief aleeTie wili be opened in the afternoon by Sirs Alice Dunlap of Peru president the federation and after the minutes of last years meet ing are read by Mrs John F Lau rence of Peru secretary of the leder pendage was not to be seen Astrono when he finished mers are as greatly puzzled as Logans port people Theyare unable to tell the corner of Thirteenth and i When they first saw the comet tail less they thought that it had lost it when the earth bumped into the afore Broadway at the close A large bonfire was built and coal oil was added to the lire to burn the said tail but now it bobs up serenely books with a tail DOG SCENTS LIGHTNING lation an address will be delivered by Miss Marcia Hoagland Indianapo 1s Miss Hoagland is prominent in Flees Ahead of Bolt that Kills Eight tiie Indianapolis literary circles and Cows in His Herd Oxford Pa May dog that has had wide experience in club worfc among the women A picnic will be WANT FIREMEN anparentiv can scent lightning is the beld in tbeeveninS and after supper proudest possession of Howard Griffith meetinS wi31 be This is I Where did the comet keep that tail 7 J0 Lower Oxford township and first ear lhat tnc tocal Perhaps Pete HalJey who owns the i of the dogs peculiar gift We been interested in the Eleventh darned thing may beable to tell No j is the onlv consolation which Griffith i districtfederation and manylocal wor one else iu Logansport seems to know jhas for loss cignt cows which to attend The Panhandle is again calling forAnj those wno have not yet seen thejwere strucfc and killed this afternoon firemen as they are hard TO get Durj comet would better get out tonight it is thought that a special meeting of ling this month thirtylive firemen have and see it becauseit will not be vis he council will be held Friday evenresigned and only twenty could he ible very many more nights THREE FINED Grovur Harold and Benson of Walton and Joe Doe of Kokomo wrested yesterday by Constable Flanagan on the charge of creating a disturbance ou a Valley traction car ing to pass an ordinance permitting the company to place the tracks into the lot COUNTRY CLUB OPENING The official date for the opening of tho Country cluh lias been set as June 3 when a banquet and social session hired The lirenien claim they arc j overworked on account of the poor coal used by tho company CALL REV DOUGLASS Tho members of the Cumberland Presbyterian church in a meet ing last I was mounted on the very smallest night decided to issue a call to Rev mule in the world said Sassompjerre DoijgUiss of Franklin O who oecii Frcnch ambassador to Spain giving pied thpiislpit of the church last Suu an account ot his entrance into Maday The dog is a collie tbat has been Mrs Dunjap president of the fed eration was in the city some time DIPLOMAS WILL BE AWARDED TO CLAW or wrrvsix SCHOOL DAYS ARE OVER Prof C Will Many Will Enter College or School The annual high school graduation exercises wU Itako place thlp evening at 8 oclock in the Nelson theatre when thj class of fiftysix students willTreceive their diplomas and will ea ter upon a new Hie In the morning The principal address this evening will be made by Fret Ira C Howarth of Chicago university Profewor Hbw artb will speak upon higher education and give the graduates much advice One kind of the students who expect to enter college next fall nnd oontlnuu with their education and tie other to those of the class who outer upon the business world There much that can Jje said to the young boys and girls who expect to attend college and they will profit by the iCd vice of Professor Howarth who has seen college iffe every stand joint A large numbeE of the present class will go to the various next fall while some of the g iris will tike up teaching Some of those who finished school last Christmas have at tended the state normal school at Terre Haute and have them selves to become teachers wlille oth ers will attend schools this summer in order to be better posted in the art ot teaching Many o f the boys in the class will start to and will hre ter earn their own Prof A H Douglass of the city schools the U plcmjas to the gtarduaW will cpine for ward when his or Ker name Is caTled to order that at the graduation will be i McMillens orchestra The are Leslie Allman Claude Heal Flor ence Bell Ralph Bertha Burjj man Helen Cash Lefc ter Dally Marjprie Douglaag Diilcle Dykeinan Margaret Fettig Carl Gib son Feme Origin Donald Harrell Jessie Heckard Ruth Heiaxnersliaugb Hiram Hildebrandt Ruth Justice Net tie KUbors Flwanca Kllwtek Flora Leach Mabel Malone John Hemley Merle Scott Ruth Marshall Martin Inez Martin Catherine Mo Hale Howard McCullouih Neff Mabel Ida Parser Ooldla Patterson Wilbur Ranlw Ned Heed Ruth Reynolds LeonA Schloss Grace Janet Mary Stayer Sadie Btitfbwib Wll 11am VOBS Alma Webiwr Edna Wil son Harry Tund Yund Wajter Fisher Hetea FlUer Frank Grace Powell and MANY The St Joseph hall evening when the graduatinij class presented theplay The Dead WiU ness and the play was pronouced ex cellent All the parta were well act ed and the boys deserve much credit for their work The play will be pre sented again this evening in the for the benefit of those who did not see it last evening The graduation exercises also took place last evening and after the program was rendered Rev Father Kroeger presented the di plomas to the following graduates Leo George Wennes Oscar Fries Florence FettiR touiia Kotlier mel Carl Wecht William Fromeyer Carl Kircher Coletta Oaniatt and Genevieve Gernatt PLAY CALLED OFF i trained to watch the cows and bring May 14 The affidavit against ihepvill be held C H Stuart chairman three men was filed by Conductor i oC the entertainment committee is Berry who was forced to put the men sending out invitations for the open off the car at Seventeenth street when The banquev will be held at 7 They were each oclock in the evening followed by he social session and dance they became noisy Cued fll50 Ah replied King Henry IV BOARD OF REVIEW How amusing to see the biggest ass1 Judge Lairy yesterday appointed ViSlUne the ladies of several them in at It is his custom to them to attend the meet remain with them all day This aft ernoon nine of the cows gathered un der a in the field and The dog was with them when the family heard him give a strange liowl and start down the lane as fast as he could ran A few wcouls afterward a bolt of lightning struck the tree killing eight oC the nine cows and knocking the other one The dog crawled under the barn and refused to come out for some Walter Osmer and A J Sharts as Everyone is at a loss to explain I was your Majestys repfeseniamembers of tte county board of re the strange premonition which nn on the smallest mule retorted Kassompicrro view r flouhtedly saved the animals Tire BALL GAME SUNDAY The league base ball team of this city will play a practice game Sunday The members of the of For Old fcli the high school play have again changed thelrinindsand have decided not to present it again It wiw an nounced yesterday that the would be given agoin Mondaj evening but at the meeting held last evening several of the players said that they could not be here and it was decided to drop the play entirely GAS EXPLODED Gas which in the the New Castle AllStars Manager o a stove in the home of Atenw Ert Fleming has been lining up his er Pleasant Hill and Hanna warriors against the scrubs all exploded last night and shook tho whole neighborhood The gas raage was torn to and tie kitchea afternoonat the new ball park against and they will be in good shape by Sunday to go up against the Xew Cas tle aggregation Al Scheer a new was badly dismantled No paw player is the latest the stove wben the ezplockm oc tion to the squad icurred   

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