Williamsport Warren Republican (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Williamsport, Indiana 1844 WILLAMSPORT. 6. 1910 41 STATE DEMOCRATS NOMINATE WASHINGTON COUNTY MAN FOR PLEDGES Tariff Law Declared of Primaries Attacks on U. S. Supreme Court N. Oct. 1.The New York state Democratic convention which has been In here two completed its labors and adjourned sine die after nominating a ticket and adopting a reform Tho with the exception of Mr. who received 3 vote of 434 to 16 for Congressman William was made by is as A. Dix of Washing ton Thomas F. Conway of of Edward of Schmer of New General Thomas of J. Kennedy of Engineer and A. Bensel of New of the Court of C. Republican of and Frederick Democrat of platform adopted pledges the party first to the preservation of the It condemns attacks upon the Supreme court of the United declares for state rights and the largest possible measure of home rule for all cities of the denounces the Republican party for its of the The declaration of principles declares that the tariff law was of by the Republican party and responsible for the high cost of Only by a downward revision of the it is could the cost of living be Republican charges the Republican party with especially In the creation of many needless public and pledges the Democratic party to thia gross it overshadowed by the revelations of corruption forced from a Republican This almost made the legislature a hissing by word throughout the platform commits the party to a thorough investigation of all official the guilty may punished and business relieved State-Wide in favor of state-wide primaries to insure to the people the right to elect candidates and make nominations for public the platform favor the en of such measures will com pel the personal registration of voters throughout the entire election of United States an income a parcels post and the preservation of water power for all the people are other things urged by the set of FARMING MEET Annual Congress Is Convened at Spokane With Delegates From Many Nations Oct. 4.Delegates have come from all over the world to in the Fifth an Dry Farming which in this city last and which promises to be the most Impor tant and Interesting meeting ever held in the history of the Tho delegates represent five billion acres of farm land British South India Ar gentine and There are also present governors of five northwest era three members of con representatives of six foreign heads of federal and state departments and many prominent agricultural is in time of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberlain's Linim ent can be relied upon to take the place of the family who can not always be found at the moment Then it is that Chamberlain's Linim ent is never found In cases of wounds and bruis es Liniment takes out the soreness and drives away the pain Sold by B. J. North West Indiana Conference that has been in session at the past week adjourned last Monday Rev. A. C. Northrop is returned to which pleased the Mr. Northrop has done good work in Williamsport and his next year will be better than the last because he is better acquainted with the We give some of the Aaron W. West J. K. D. D. A. M. Congress A. L. St. B. B. D. West T. J. W. E. W. S. Pine A. A. B. West G. F. A. C. Hammond District Albertus T. Crown H. H. East B. 0. B. G. E. J. W. W. F. C. U. A. W. M. William E. F. i. First F. W. T. P. E. W. J. H. H. to be G. B. W. C. W. M. Waynetown and J. G. W.C. 0. H. Greencastle James G. First church C. College Kirk J. W. S. Terre E. D. Z. W. South Bend Paul C. South New D. A. North A. L. F. 0. South First H. L. U. G. St. Paul W. F. and H. S. CONTEST A BIG Lodge Secures The Valuable of Votes Cast The Closing Surprised at The Tremendous Support Given Various OF NEW SUBSCRIBERS TO THE Finish Was Close and no Forecast Could he Made Until The Count Was Were Anxiously Awaiting the Final Satisfaction Expressed by all the appointed by the various organizations competing in the Warren to act as judges in said do hereby certify that the votes were canvassed by us and we find the following results to be E. West The combined votes of the candidates amount D. H. R. A. Harry M. N. Coffing and Esther J. Mrs. Clara J. wife of Joel S. Briggs fell asleep last Friday Funeral services were con at the residence on Centre at 1 p. m. Sunday Oct. 2.1910 Rev. W. R. Williams Mrs. first marriage to Mr. Trimble she had a large family of all but three of whom lave fallen asleep prior to her three remaining children attended the Briggs lad a happy disposition and was ever ready to give her friends a genial welcoming them with a glad a genial handshake and words of She greatly desired to live to see her daughter Beulah graduate from the High of which she was a The hope was not Twenty-One of which Mrs. Briggs was a acted as a body and as honorary pallbearers accompanying the body to the cemetery at West where interment was At the cemetery the services were in charge of the West Lebanon Chapter of Eastern The flowers were profuse and Mrs. Briggs at the time of her death was 58 years old having been born in 1852. Warren Republican contest is now the votes have been canvassed by the and the results The Rebekah Lodge is the happy recipient of the beautiful Jesse French and the losers while are all individually proud of the splendid showing they The large number of votes that were cast shows how tremendous was the was the greatest contest ever pulled in this section of the A beautiful Jesse French Fiano was offered as prize for the greatest number of Sixteen organizations entered to compete for this of this number one or two gave up the struggle each and at the end only a few were really competing for the It was a driving finish with everybody working and in the end not a single worker for any candidate can te with the effort they put forth in the large vote cast by the chief contestants was far in excess of the most exaggerated estimates of the entire The amount of work done was indeed and even the leaders were surprised to know that they could accomplish such remarkable No set of ever an election with any more tact or harder work than did these energetic Republican had absolutely no preferences in the matter of award and can condole as freely with the losers as it can congratulate and jollify with the The Republican stipulated that everyone to have an equal show and fair treatment and that there were to be no favorites the efforts put forth by the contestants would be the sole means of determining their Equal opportunity was offered each contestant to make progress and the results were carefully The contest was kept open and above board at all every coupon and ballot received was carefully counted and then preserved for future this publication you'll find one page containing the ad of J. Frank McDermond if you read you'll find most anything you want on the counter for 9 This is one of the largest sales and the greatest money saving sales ever known in Read the select what you want and visit his store during this received during contest was entered in a record which indicated whether it. was new or how many votes were allowed on the amount of cash and the tenure of the This was open fjr inspection of the judges on the closing Every safe guard that could be suggested was employed in making this contest strictly and as a result all are satisfied and no scars All persons present at the close expressed themselves as being entirely satisfied with the fair way in which the contest was tremendous vote the Rebekah Lodge was a great surprise to the editor of this paper as well as the other and even their own workers did not realize that they could accomplish such a vigorous Every bit of glory is justly due them because they distinguished themselves in one of the most exciting events in Warren other organizations in the contest are deserving of as much praise as the they fought a good fight and the only reason that they were not successful was not because of lack or support and not any lack of energy or would like to make personal mention of the many workers in the contest but limited space us from doing every viewpoint the piano contest has been a big A goodly number of candidates was and a strong display of public sentiment marked the closing As a means of advertising the paper this has been a grand While we have made no increase in the price of new subscription secured yet the greatly increased list of subscribers and readers will materially add to the advertising value of this and the business men of this community will readily appreciate the so we expect to reap our renumeration in the weeks and months to Republican's only regret is that it could not give each of the contesting organizations a However each of the unsuccessful organizations will receive a credit to apply on the purchase of a These credits amount to 00 and these will le mailed in a few contest has been the means of adding hundreds of new subscribers to this The greater majority of these subscriptions were received the closing weeks of the and the number has been so great that doubtless there will be some mistakes in the - addresses but if such is the case we ask your indulgence and the mistakes will soon be of Sovereign drand Lodge I. 0. Q. F. at lodges 1. 0. 0. P. took in prizes from the sovereign grand lodge at lodge No. 4C5 won first prize in first degree work and second in second degree Eight teams Prizes were awarded as Drills No. No. 3, Drills No. 8; City of No. 8 Degree Magnolia Ft. Olive Branch No. Olive Golden Rule Degree First prize Indianapolis No. 465; second Eden Edon Indianapolis No. 465. Lodge 465 is second largest in the United having in good standing 783 Indiana stands in Odd Fifth in subordinate first in encampment first in Rebekah eighth in Patriarchs Militant fourth largest jurisdiction in relief Total number of Odd Fellows in state of 78,451. OP LOS ANGELES TIMES isj DESTROYED WITH MANY HOMES MENACED IN Machines Found Beneath of Two Bitter Foes to Reward for Capture of will be given next Friday evening at 7:30 at the M. E. Church in honor of Rev. A. C. Northrop and interesting program will be given after which refreshments will be All are invited to come and welcome our new Roy C. Eldo J. Lindsley W. R. Flora who has been night operator at the telephone and Harvey of the office in Attica were married in LaFayette Saturday September 24, 1910. Rev. Elmer D. S. pastor of the English Lutheran at h's home at 8:00 Mr. Jackson was formerly a resident o f this pleasant purgative effect experienced by all who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they makes one feel Sold by B. J. Smith went to 111., last Saturday to see his brother Henry Smith who had a paralytic stroke some time Henry is able to walk about but has not regained his usual It is thought he is slowly Isaiah went unexpectedly and found his brother's family doing their fall moving and house Henry Smith spent most of his boy hood days in Williamsport and is well known by those who were boys and girls and boys and girls as Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Mrs. Ella Darwin Thomas of St. Mrs. Julia Goodwine of Mrs. Robert Chandler Mary Kent of Will Kent and Gertrude Kent Hurbert of John Mrs. John O'Dell of Attica Mrs. Maggie Thomas Thompson and Lizzie and Anna the latter is the wife of the district Superintendent Rev. Grennell of the Peoria district 111. New Richmond's New L. Baliss of New Richmond has patented some on aeros and made a machine after his patents which made a successful flight on Sept. 21. A company has been formed of which Mr. Baliss is a to go into the manufacture of these Cynthiana Rebekah Lodge hold a reception at the Odd Fellow's Hall Thursday evening 13, 1910. special features of the evening will be program beginning at eight No Everybody Come out and have a good Missionary Branch Missionary Meeting of the M. E. church of four Illinois and will be held at Trinity church LaFayette Indiana 11, 12, 13 and 14, 3.Thti! occupied by the Times company was destroyed by and between fifteen and twenty meul lost their The fire was ceded by an explosion and Immediately the building was enveloped of the explosion greatest In the mechanical and the majority of the and injured were members of Twenty-two injured taken to the badly charred bodies been taken from the It is asserted by the physicians that none the injured will Found Near Within twelve hours after the wrecking of tho Times an was made to destroy the residence oC General Harrison Gray publisher of the by means of an bomb was discovered in a suitcase hidden under a bunch of near a bay window and was as it was hurled into the street br police Little damage infernal machine was earlier in tho day at the residence of P. J. secretary of Merchants and Manufacturers' and a suspected attempt up the auxiliary plant of have wrought this city to an tense state of suspense and Labor Otis and the heads of the paper charge tha Times building disaster and averted attempts at further destruction of life and property to labor The property damage is estimated at equal emphasis the leaders oB union labor here and stale repudiate the have offered all aid in their power ia ihe effort to detect the twenty following a quarrel with the typographical which resulted in making the Times a nonunion General Otis has fought unionism with every at his He has been in this by the and Manufacturers' whose secretary was the of frustrated Two Arrests The succession of tragic events andi the rumors of attempted outrages set the populace of Los Angeles In a stata of mind bordering on of policemen and detectives were every direction funning down clues and endeavoring to locate the perpetrators of the But arrests have been made and were only on president of the local typographical union issued orders that union printers may work in conjunction with the nonunion printers of Times In any of the local newspaper offices in getting out the edition of the This was announced after a consultation of the union men and the managers of tho other city council met in special session and appropriated for the purpose of determining the cause the Times explosion and provided a reward of for the capture ot those responsible for the State synod for the Presbyterian churches in Indiana will be held at Indianapolis 10, 11 and 12, For hay mixed with some P. W. WORLD SERIES Gets First October 17, in Battle for Baseball Oct. 4.Games the Chicago National league team the Philadelphia Athletics of the American league the world's baseball championship will begin In Pennsylvania city on October 17. This decision was reached by tha national commission The other games are scheduled as October 18, at October 20, at Fourth October 21, at October 22, at October 23, at Place of seventh If to be decided by toss of some good farm trading propositions in 33tf J. R.