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Bloomington Courier (Newspaper) - July 29, 1904, Bloomington, Indiana The Bloo Vincton courier wow Ufa. Vol. X. Go. 3 week la courier. Vol. Xiv. Or. By us Tina Tun. Indiana. Friday july 31904 Cravens bros., pubs. Many opinions great july clearance Sale. For saturday will be a big Day Here. Expressed concerning sch Fer i special bargain Price for tills Day Only. I every department will be represented. Don t fail to come when Tom returns soldiers at work Monroe county democrats will company h of this City assists attend reception in his Honor. In making Camp ready. Clui Irman 1 Fumii Iriton. I it i Ilu Monoc Coutil democratic Central i . A talks that thu county lick a j Tion to the state convey upon i i attend i the Recei lion at Liui Iana ii it the it play j night in Honor to it i lion. Thonia it tax Art. William j. I Ryan will he Iii Tell to attend the reception to or. of Milwaukee prom ised to return to a a eak at Hall with United state. Senator i Ailey and others. It is expected Oliai there will 1 a great Lay of Orat Mirical pyrotechnics at to it Mlin it on Hall As the reception j will take i lace on the night he lore the j state convention when celebrated Ora tors from All part of Indiana will he j gathered there. So Many re get for j seats at Tomlin on Liall n at eat county headquarter be verday that the i proposed plan of ending out letters to a xxx Marion county i Eino crafts was abandoned it Luing evident that the crowd will lie a Large i can in a cared i. A. It is the intention to Havi a Parade that will Rei the working peole of the comity a Arnier. Have been j to bring in their Hay Wagon ail i it be i about Over Impi Anapolis in their working clothes. Further arrangements for the rec a Tion were made at a Well attend led Teet ing of Jiromi nent Democrat at the grand hotel last night. Long list of Vicc president Lor the Occa Ion which will a Cire edit All element of the party 15 being prepared. The interest taken Iti the reception was shown by a Numier of Ward incest bugs last night when preparations were invade for a full attendance. The Marion county democratic club al a a met and arranged for a Large Rei it Resen lation in Llic Parade. Letter list list of letters remaining in the Post office at i looming on ind., Only 1904. list to miss Caroline Colvin miss Maude Kwing. Miss Cala i Ray mrs. Geo. Kinsell. Mrs. J. O. Patterson. Mr.9. Annie i Ayne miss Scott miss Cecile sields miss Anna Trilby. Miss Lena Williaim. list Alvin Barnett s. A. Dixon m. D. Fitzgerald James Hughes Fred Johnson special John Mathis h. L. Riel. Clarence Roach John Sil Cnoc marry Vanderman. Van Camp Lyman Wiggins. When calling for letters j lease say advertised and give Date. L. V. Liu Skink p. M. A we arc agent Tor the famous Little liver pills recently discovered by the venerable or. Dade of Chicago. Persons who have used Dade s pills will have no other. They cure Coli tiption. Gold by j. A. O Harrow. I \ letter to the world from a them her of a Tripany h states that the boys a arrived safely at Camp at 11 o clock yes a Ter Day morning. The Indiana Camp of took of a real military aspect yesterday. The entire guard was in Camp ready for j work at t o clock last night earlier than Ever before. The to Uick Wigt re in making Camp was Iii some degree one to the Aid of the regulars of the 27th United states infantry a detachment from which was a it optioned among All companies of the three regiments for instruction purposes. The guardsmen Learned much from them in the matter of pitching , ditching and the like. A usual supplies of All kinds ran Short and there were few companies that were not skirmishing about for tents cots or Straw. Cut in. Perry is doing his in this regard and hoi gets to have ail supplied by today. The three regiments and the artillery divisions Are All Well tilled ail More than the usual Imi tiber of enlisted men Are in Camp. There has been no confusion in locating the various Battal Lious and thus far nothing could have been better arranged. Lieut. Col. Vea Tynan. Coun Landing the regulars Aid last night Liat he was surprised at the alacrity with which the guardsmen went about making Camp and that he saw Emch less to criticise about the Indiana soldiers than he had anticipated. There has been a change in the Hospital provisions this year. There will be no regimental hospitals but instead a general Field Hospital consisting of forty two Beds and an operating room in eight tents. The Lio Spital will be cared for by thirty eight men and officers. The first patient was private j. M. Ilin Shaw of company a regiment. He was merely suffering with exhaustion following the hard work in the Sun. The plan to have the school teacher of Indiana contribute toward a fund to used in a further investigation of the sch Fer murder brought out varied expressions from Over the state the Fol icing being samples Elkhart review Quot the movement to secure a fund from the school teachers for further foolish of the sch Fer murder at Bedford should be a discouraged by every Sulu Oil authority. There exists not the slightest ground for putting any sus it act in jeopardy of life and it is quite a Videau that some i personal spite is actuating the Lafayette times the Bedford Case the Gillespie Case and now the Starbuck Case Are three terrible crimes that need the utmost vigor and Energy in. The Hunting Down of the criminals. Let it not in said that this state is the Home of of Many Norder ers and that the officers of the Commonwealth Are unable by reason of a Lack of ability or of Energy to bring the wrong doers into Brazil Democrat Quot the dead girl was a teacher and it will certainly be a righteous thing for the teachers to do. To see that the guilty parties Are brought to Justice even though powerful in ill Uerice and Money at Bedford. We Hope some teacher will take the j h and in this matter and show the lands to Indiana that it is dangerous to Iii .1 Hoosier school teacher though the guilty is entrenched so thoroughly that he be reached by Ordinary or. And ass p. O. Holland to receive. Or. And mrs. P. C. Holland will receive informally Friday evening at their Home Corner of Walnut and seventh streets. Their reception is in Honor of a family reunion the first in fifteen years. Those receiving will be or. And mrs. P. C. Holland or. And irs. W. B. Holland of Fresno cal., or. And mrs. Gifford of Tipton or. And mrs. Frank Holland and e. O. Holland of Louisville. The hours Are from eight to eleven thirty and All the friends of the family Are cordially invited. No special invitations have been issued. A when you leave on your summer vacation have the daily world follow you. It is mailed to any address for As cents a month. Home Talent abroad. Bedford mail Quot a esterday afternoon Theodore Reath boarded the Monon passenger train at Bloomington for the South and became so crazy drunk from the effects of Bloomington Quot Rimize that h was unruly at this Point and was put olt the train As it leaving the Bedford station. Reath attempted to Board the train again after he was put off but was a Rev edited Fratin so doing by chief i police Kussell who accompanied him to mayor Smith s court. To the mayor s court it found that several old cases were against Reath. On october 17, 19oj, the court had three against him and he gave Bond for his Ai j Warance on the following saturday but failed to it show i. Reath was fined $10.50 yesterday afternoon and went to the Ca Laboose. As to his actions while on the fast mail Reath said he was intending to take a Tri to Kentucky but did not lain himself the British government yesterday sent instructions to its ambassador at St. Petersburg to protest energetically against the sinking of the Iiri Tish Steamer Knight commander by the russian Squadron. The fullest in density will be demanded and unless this is promptly acceded to measures will be taken to follow up the Diplo Snatic demands. The state department at Washington has received from the Portland milling company of Oregon through senator j. H. Mitchell a formal protest against the seizure of to Erica goods by the russian Navy. The protest is because of the seizure of a cargo of flour on the Steamer Arabia. W. S. Sentney has returned from Owensburg where he has been looking after his farm. Chairman Thomas Taggart. Of the democratic National Conn Pittee is already Busy with his Campaign plans and will open Headquarters in new England at an Early Date. It is that Indianapolis will be selected As Western Headquarters. A just received a Beautiful line of mid summer hats in White Duck and Felt hats at mrs. Schmidt a West Side Square in j. O. Howe s jewelry store. Stinesville John Crisni Ore left on monday Chicago via Indiana Olis. Thomas Wible has gone to Bedford to work. Scott Fox is very sick of typhoid or malarial fever. Mrs. Jennie Easton was in Spencer shopping last saturday. Jolt Hoadley sr., has returned from a week s visit with his sister mrs. Elizabeth Grange in Milwaukee. Miss Rose Wible and or. Charles Fowler visited the Mother of or. Fowler at Chicago last sunday. Mrs. Shultz and daughter. Miss Ida of Spencer were Here on tuesday visiting friends. Or. John Crouch of Gosport is Here the of the families of Cgeorge and Zale Ducker. Mrs. Jolt Gross and daughter Lio die of Indianapolis Are the guests of or. And mrs. Albert Liford this week. Mrs. Harry Ehrensperger and Little son of Indianapolis Are visiting friends and relatives Here. Mrs. Cordell wife of supt. De. Cor Dell was Here last week the guest of her husband and mrs. Laura Willard. Mrs. Edward Fletcher and children of Bloomington spent last sunday with Robert Welch Atid family. Miss Barnhill of Unionville was the guest of the family of or. Spencer last week. Mrs. B Nina Worrall of by Ltd it Mington came Down on wednesday to visit her Mother. Mrs. Eliza Walker. Mesdames Slatie Terry and Glen Liston Are visiting mrs. Phillips near Stanford also friends in Bloomington and of Salt Crek. Our sch Chil High use basement is Alx it Coni plated and the contractors Are waiting i or framing Imber ordered from Tor the Structure. Robert Spencer u. S. Mail clerk of Toledo. Of. Is Here visiting his wife who Here on an extended visit with her parents trustee Brown and wife. Miss Chloe Buskirk of Indianapolis and miss Bessie Worrall. Of Bloomington Are Here to spend their vacation with their grandma mrs. Eliza Walker. T. Hoadley has recovered from his sickness caused from eating chipped canned beef and is out superintending histone Yard and Mills. Or. Nolan went to Indianapolis on sunday to visit his son Harry who has lain in the St. Vincent Hospital about 6 m a nth with synovitis. He will probably be brought Home six. Hon. J. S. Williams was on our streets on tuesday. He and the Caston Bros have sold the s. Amp b. Quarry Ami Mill to Henley amp Henley of a Lemming ton. The Quarry and Mills will be operated in i few Days and a number of stonecutters will in employed on the Yard. Or. Jolt Wampler livery Man of this place started his traction engine and threshing machine out on tuesday to thresh wheat for the bean Blossom Farn ters but they did t get across the Tabor Bridge As 8 of the sleepers broke under the weight of the engine. Fortunately the engine did not go Down and no one was Hurt. On the evening of the 6th of july at 0 o clock the solemn peals of the Baptist Church Bell an trounced to our people that the spirit of Bertha Baker Lov Tigs had left its tenement of Clay and gone to that mansion not made with hands. After 8 months of patient suffering Bertha succumbed to . She was born August is 1877, joined the Baptist Church when but in years old and married we. In rings in the summer of 1895. To this Union two children Clarence and Bernice aged respectively 8 and 6, were born both of whom survive her. The Rev. We. Miller conducted the funeral services. Mrs. Minnie Clines had charge of the choir. The songs were beautifully adapted to the sad occasion Quot nearer my god Quot and Quot i know not How soon god Vav ill Call me Quot were selected by Bertha herself before she died and she left in Nyji Stanable evil once that she was prepared to meet her god when the summons came. The casket was covered with Beautiful Floral tributes from Loving hands. The remains were followed to the it. Carmel cemetery and placed beneath the Sod. Remembrance Calls to mind the one Quot that lies beneath this Sod. Her journey Here below was Brief she s gone to meet her god. Mark Well her age. Be Young be Gay. Improve the time make no delay. The Young As Well As old must die. As the tree Falls so it must lie. Fleener University news Jesse Cunningham editor Phi Kappa Psi will dance info Nally this evening. An examination in education will be held Friday in science 32. Supt. R. J. Dearborn of Oakland City has returned to the University. Or. E. B. Bryan delivers a commencement address at Danville ind., to night. .m.r. Watkins the representative of Ginn and company is at the University to Day. Guy Allee 04, will be a teacher of science in the Kokomo High school next year. Claude Liebhart a former student in the University and a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity is visiting friends. Joseph Johnston of the class of 1893 is visiting his cons air prof. Morris. Or. is a teacher in the Detroit Mich High school. The married men and faculty of the Sumner school played the single men a game of Ball on Jordan Field this afternoon. President Bryan captained the former team and Boyle pitched for the unmarried men. Or. John a. Miller professor of astronomy in laying plans to take an expedition either to Labrador or Spain summer to make photographic observations of the Sun s eclipse. On August 211905, the Moon will come Between the Earth and Sun producing a total solar eclipse. The path of totality will across Labrador the Atlantic Ocean Spain the Midi Teranen sea Northern Africa and Arabia. Or. Miller thinks that owing to the great improvement in solar photography this observation will be of wonderful value to the science of astronomy. Yellowstone Park tour. The Only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this Section in 1904 will be run by the Monon route Chicago amp North Western and Northern Pacific railways leaving Cinci Mali Louisville and Indianapolis on August 3. The train will be called Quot the Yellowstone Park special and will be composed of Pullman Palace sleepers dining and baggage cars. It will run to Yellowstone Park and return without change although stops for sightseeing will be made at several places. Stop overs will be granted either in the Park on the return trip. Any one May Reserve As much Pullman space As desired. All expenses will be included in the ticket and everything furnished will be first class. An illustrated folder telling ail about the tour can be had by calling on or addressing r. P. Algeo dist. Pass at. Monon route 8 n. Illinois St., Indianapolis ind. Miss Mary Riddle has returned from Bloomington. J. A. Riddle made a business trip to Bloomington saturday. G. W. Brown has gone to Patton ind., where he will visit his wife s folks. Miss Myrtle Brown spent saturday in a Sartinsville. Misses Mary and Sarah Mcneely entertained or. Tutterrow sunday. Miss Edith Mcneely was the guest of miss Maud Fleener sunday. Edward Hubbard was in Martinsville sum Lay visit Jug friends. Mrs. Sallie Pryor and children were visiting mrs. S. A. Brown tuesday. Miss Amanda Riddle was the guest of her brother and family monday. Hay and oat Harvest is almost Over in this Vicinity and the men Are thinking of taking a rest soon. Miss Mary Riddle entertained misses Delia Weddle and Delia Hubbard Sun Day. Misses Pearl Riddle and Myrtle Fel ton visited the Xii is Ethel and Hester Riddle tue Day. Henry Chrisman and family of Bloomington visited his parents Here saturday. Mrs. Eliza Bates was the guest of mesdames Lydia Fleener and Jennie Spencer. Sunday. Or. And mrs. J. J. Hubbard visited their daughter mrs. Ada Fleener sunday. Miss Myrtle Thompson spent sunday with her cousins or. George Shively and wife. Miss Nellie Hartsock who has been living in Martinsville with her aunt has returned Home Here. Messes. C. R. Mcneely and t. M. Brown attended a Republican speaking at Bloomington saturday. Or. Tutterrow of Cornelius ind., was the guest of his , mrs. I. C. saturday night. Miss Mattie Bates has gone to Martinsville on an extended visit she will visit India Hipolis before coming Home. Elder Grissom and wife Lee chit Wood and family and mrs. C. R. Mcneely visited John Tomey and wife tuesday. Or. William Riddle and family entertained the following guests sunday or. Martin Christman or. John Chris Man and family or. Henry Chrisman and family t. M. Brown and wife misses Myrtle Brown Abbie Tracy and Mary weekly. Several people gathered at the Home of James Mclary near Unionville sunday to witness the removal of a Small Hill by the explosion of dynamite. The work was done by the Indianapolis Southern Railroad workmen. A. W. Crissom and wife Lee Chitwood and family and misses Stella Bates Lillian Corr and Ethel were there from Here. The Young people Here were surprised last week by or. George Shively who announced his intention to have an ice Cream supper which occurred Friday night. It was largely attended. The guests from a distance were messes. Bertie Richardson and Roseberry Linci come of Unionville and misses Abbie Tracy and it weekly of Martinsville. A Cook with an fire Plage trimmings. We Are in a position to furnish you this line of goods at a reasonable Price. Before placing your orders see what we have to offer. A a Behken w. C j i
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