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Bloomington Courier (Newspaper) - June 24, 1904, Bloomington, Indiana Dutiful ceremony uniting Burton Hanson and miss Antionette Duncan. A Beautiful june wedding occurred at nine o clock this morning when miss Mary Antionette Duncan of this City became the wife of or. Bur Toji Hanson of Chicago. The ceremony a performed by the Uncle of the Bride or. J. W. Newland of Bedford in the presence of about thirty five relatives and a few friends. Tie Parlours and dining room were Deco rated with roses and roses were Ilso used As favors. The wedding March from Mendlesohn was played by miss Sallie Duncan the Bride s sister who also played the Quot Narcissus Quot during the ceremony. The Bride wore a Beautiful costume of while Chiffon trimmed with lace and carried Bride s roses. After the ceremony congratulations were extended and the wedding party partook of a wedding breakfast of three cour.se.-. Or. And mrs. Hanson left at noon for a trip to Wisconsin and will be at Home in Bedford after july loth. The Bride is one of Bloomington s most charming Young ladies. She is the eldest daughter of senator and a mrs. H. C. Duncan and graduated from Indiana University with the class of 1899. She was a prominent member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and in social circles was a favorite. The Groom s Home is in Chicago. He is an experienced Stone Man and is at Jne sent craftsman for theft St amp co. Stone co. Of Bedford. He is an business Man and comes from a highly respected norwegian family. After t he ceremony this morning a Cable Rani of congratulation was received from his grandparents in Norway. Many telegrams containing Best wishes were also received by the couple. The presents received were very handsome and costly and included Cut Glass and Silver. The guests to attend the wedding from out of the City were As follows or. And mrs. J. A. Newland mrs. Isis Day and daughters Marj and Julia or. J. B. Duncan and daughter Georgia a mrs. Coleman Duncan and Clay Duncan All of Bedford and or. And mrs. Harold Hanson of Chicago. A Rose wedding heavy judgment verdict for $14.150 against Clear Creek Stone go. A judgment for $14,150 against t he Clear Creek Stone co., has just been granted in circuit court Here. The suit was brought by the consolidated Stone co. The suit of Frank Carmichael against the Clear Creek Stone co., to have a receiver appointed was dismissed at the Cost of the Stone co. Garnett Ripley has been Given judgment for $750 against the Monon. East amp East were attorneys for Ripley. William Dowden has been granted a divorce from Flora Dowden and the custody of Marie the eleven year old child was also Given to or. of new Republican Organ. Gossip Anent the absorption of the Indianapolis journal the Republican state Organ by the Indianapolis Star is Siili Rife and the Rumor is persistent that leading Republican Are heading a movement looking to the establishment of a new Organ. A great Deal of talk to the effect is going the rounds and it is understood that a Deal is on for the Purchase of the Indianapolis Sun and the conversion of that paper into a Republican Organ. The Sun is now j us Lis hell As an Independent paper. The identity of the men who Are Back of this movement is zealously guarded at present but it is said that the matter will be taken up aggressively and in the open immediately after the Nati Ozial con be Ilion. Conference of Indiana leaders with members of the National committee will be held this week at Chicago to discuss the situation Here and the need of a newspaper at the state capital that can be used As inc mouthpiece of the party and trucks break. As no. 6, Monon passenger train due Here at it o clock a. M., sunday was running Between Ladoga and Whiteville northbound an Axle on the tender broke derailing the tender and the baggage car. Before the train could be stopped the trucks of the baggage car were broken and the train was in a serious plight. The wrecker and Jinn a were sent from Lafayette arriving at the place at 3 o clock. The train was sent Back to Roachdale and detoured to Indianapolis going from the capital to Crawfordsville and going in Over Tho Monon tracks to Lafayette Only hours late. A crowd of people had collected at the Monon depot at Lafayette at 2 o clock to go to Battle ground and when it was Learned that the Monon train was late l. H. Parker fitted up a special and took the to Battle ground arriving there at 4 o clock. In order to avoid the wreck at Ladoga n. 5, which reaches Here at 3 -42 p ni., southbound was detoured from Crawfordsville to Indianapolis Back to Roachdale and then sent on South passing through Bloomington nearly four hours of militia. Quartermaster general Perry believes that the coming Encampment of the Indiana National guard will be the Best in the history of the state troops. Work is even now being done on the Camp ground the army Post site and arrangements for the Encampment Are practically perfected. The site of the Encampment is now covered with weeds and Brambles but All of these will be cleared away cleanly snaking the grounds As desirable As any the state has Ever used. Two footbridges will Span fall Creek by which the soldiers May get to the Rifle Range and the Union traction company will build a siding that will carry its cars directly into the grounds. One of the Bridges has already been constructed and the other will be finished this week. A full attendance of state troops is expected which with the battalion of tag ult troops which will Camp with than will make the total number of sir Diers on the ground Between 2,500gentry show for orphans. Monday s Chicago Tribune Quot in Niles of the Chicago Home for destitute cripples this afternoon will attend a performance of Gentry Bros trained animal show to. 3 at Lincoln and Webster avenues. Friends of the Home will transport them in buses. The orphans of the North Side will attend the performance wednesday after scion. Suing the institutions which will he represented Are the Chicago Nursery and orphans , the Ulrich orphan Asylum and the Home Lor friendless jews. One thousand children arc expected death of mrs Alex Hawkins mrs. Alex Hawkins died at five o clock last evening at her Home on West Kirkwood Avenue of tuberculosis. She was f>4 years old and was born in Tomle see. The deceased leaves a family. She was a member of the Christian Church. The funeral will be held at the House at two o clock tomorrow afternoon in charge of Rev. T. J. Clark and interment will take place at Rose Hill. Ninety eight Awre bodies had been recovered up to dusk last night in the Vicinity of the wreck of the excursion Steamer Gen. Slocum in Hast River new York. This brings the number of bodies recovered up to 732, and about 300 names Are still left on the list of the missing. The Coroner s inquiry into the disaster Tiegan yesterday and several witnesses were . Mrs. Nancy Foster an aged lady living in South Park died at o clock last evening. She recently underwent a surgical operation and has been failing for several months. She was a member of the Christian Church. The deceased leaves a number of children. Funeral at the House to Morrow at three o clock and interment at Rose Hill. Or. And mrs. Bert Sadler who have been visiting or. And mrs. J. J. Eller West of the City have return Ltd to Martinsville. The o Harrow s will Cross bats with the Bloomington Union giants tomorrow afternoon on Jordan Field at 3 o clock. Admission Only 15c. Mrs. G. Whitaker has returned from a Brief visit with her parents or. And mrs. R. W. Davis at Back Scotts emulsion won t Mik a Hump Back straight neither will it malic a Short ice Lon but it feeds soft Bone and heals disc Bene end is Emonz he few genuine Means of recovery in rickets and Bone consumption. Send for ree Sample. Scott amp Bowne Oeming 409-41$ Pearl Street new York. 50c. And Isoo All do Pitt. Big hotel in the Woods. Tavern inside the world s fair grounds surrounded by a Forest offers a luxurious and restful Retreat. The Comfort for the visitor to an exposition was never the subject for so much intelligent thought and preparation As it has been at the Louisiana Purchase exposition at St. Louis. One of the features that cannot fail to Appeal to the visitor is the convenience and Comfort afforded by the inside inn a Structure of 2,257 rooms covering an area of 400 by 800 feet wholly within the world s fair grounds. Probably no hotel Ever built commands a View so diversified or grand. From the wide verandas that surround the Man Noth Structure a wonderful Panorama spreads before one. Many of the state buildings with their giant and magnetic Cut structures present their most attractive facades. Some of the foreign buildings May be seen and the Forest of towers and turrets domes and minarets rising above the great exhibit palaces and seen through the forests of real Trees that surround the hostelry give Token of the other glories that lie beyond. A leisurely walk of five minutes will land the visitor on the main Terrace in front of festival Hall the Center of the Quot main picture Quot of the exposition the grandest spectacle Ever produced by Man. Another live minutes walk and the visitor May find himself on the Pike a Street of amusement a full mile Long with the shows of All nations in Gay and enticing array. In ten minutes walk Many of the main exhibit palaces have been passed. These comprise the largest and grandest collection of architectural triumphs Ever assembled in any one place. Notwithstanding its close proximity to these scenes of gaiety and splendor noise and confusion the inside inn offers a delightful Retreat. During the noon hour the visitor May retire for a Brief rest and resume his delightful task of sightseeing refreshed and All the More Able to appreciate and enjoy the world s fair wonders. The rates at this hotel within the grounds Are no higher than those charged elsewhere. A Good room May be had for $1.50 per Day including admission to the grounds. Other rooms May be had up to $5.00 per Day according to the luxuries demanded. There is a restaurant in the building with a sealing capacity for 2,500 persons. Contractor Hunt is in Indianapolis today. E. P. Woolery is in Indianapolis today. Fred thrasher is in Indianapolis today. Mrs. W. 11. Glascock is visiting in Greenfield. Mrs. Albert Hurlstone who has been visiting mrs. H. B. Gentry has returned to Indianapolis. Mrs. H. B. Go nor it and sister miss Clark Are spending the Day in Martinsville. F. O. Stannard of Springville who has been visiting or. And mrs. Clay Beard has gone to Indianapolis. Prof. U. S. Hanna who was elected City civil Engineer last night qualified to Day by giving a Bond of $2,000. H. T. Kitson has returned from Chicago where he has been on an inspection trip to the piano manufacturing houses. John w. O Harrow has returned from Worthington where he was called by the serious sickness of his Mother who is now better. Miss Margaret Kirby and miss Edith Whit son. City school teachers have gone to Lake Winona to spend the summer. Kev. C. W. Whitman has returned from a Brief visit to Mooresville. Mrs. Mary e. Lowe has returned from an extended visit to Arizona. Or. And mrs. O. L. Barton Are entertaining miss Edith Collins of new al Bank. An old fashioned fourth of july Celebration will lie held Ai Sanders this county. Joe Neill the popular mail Carrier has returned from a vacation trip through the Gas Belt or. And mrs. Jcj Seph Dinsmore East third Street Are entertaining their son. Paul i f Chicago. Mrs. Herman Perry of Ell ii it Ville is visiting Lur grate parents in. And mrs Jonathan May South Walnut Street. Fishing party composed of prof. Foley. Prof. Kipi. W. Payne and Roy Buckley have returned from a fish ing trip on eel River. Mrs. Frank Regester and children arc at Martinsville to spend a week with mrs. Regester s a rants. Or. And mrs. J. B. Farr. The funeral of mrs. Nancy Foiter was held at three o clock this afternoon at the House in South Park in charge of Dudley Smith and burial took place at Rose Hill. Harry Orchard i it arranging to open a Fine ice Cream parlor next to the Dunn Street grocery it will he especially arranged Lor Laily customers. He will manufacture his own Cream from the Beechwood Dairy. A letter from Ray Blakely and Fred Carmichael from Iowa City Iowa stated that they were progressing fast on their Overland bicycle trip. They arc headed for Kansas. Or. And mrs. Everett Waggoner who have been enjoying a visit with or. Acid mrs. Homer Huntington West eighth Street have returned to Indian Apt Lis. Marriage License has been issued As follow it Thomas Chandler to Minnie Baxter City James m. Gardner to Mary e. James City Wilford c. Largely to Florence Rammage City. Prof. E. R. Ray of Bedford was one of the conure Cement visitors. Or. And mrs. James a. Melton of French lick and miss Minnie Robbins of \ Vincennes who have been visiting or. And mrs. Dennis Teaford South Rogerst Street have returned to their Homes. Democratic Central committee will hold a meeting one week from saturday. Mrs. W. J. Jackson who has been visiting her son Orville has act turned to Ellettsville. S. C. Freese is in Indianapolis today on business for the National Stone co. John Helms and son of Terre haute were Here to attend the funeral of mrs. Alex Hawkins Henry has gone on a trip through Illinois for the showers factory. William Brewer a Stone Quarry Man got into a fight on the levee last evening and was struck a blow Over the f a redhead. The wound bled profusely and a number of stitches were required to close it. The damage suit of George Teague against the City of Bloomington has been continued by agreement until next term of court. In the ejectment suit of Lawrence Curry against Nancy Black Well there was a finding for the plaintiff. Or. And mrs. Harold Hanson senator and mrs. H. C. Dunican spending the Day in Bedford. And Are Harvey Dodd the popular cashier of the citizen s Trust co., has decided to remodel and improve his residence on West first Street by adding More rooms and making other changes. When completed or. Dodd will have one of the prettiest Homes in the City. Miss Nancy Batterton an aged lady living on West fourth Street died this morning. The funeral of mrs. Alex Hawkins was held at the residence West Kirkwood Avenue at two o clock this afternoon in charge of Rev. T. J. Clark. Interment was at Rose . A a. Graduates 04. of arts greek Macuk Johnson latin c0b1.e Arthur Fitzgerald a Anna Cordua Jones a Daisv k1.ixe Bessie Murray John Robert Patrick Stella Peede Grace Mauei. Jessie Evelvn Spann Romance languages Rosetta Mary Minnie Smith German Bucken staff Ethel Cynthia Boyd a John Diven Martha Machatton Euna Theresa Pidgeon Lula a Scott Merle k Williamson English Milton Barker Perm Elia Boyd Alice Bell Devol Oketha Ethel Grisier a Charles Bronson Mclinn a a Don Miller a Olive fave Morehouse a Archie keeper Rupert Emma b Shealy Olive Traylor a Charles Wiggins history Arthur Halleck Brown Blanche Nanetta Brown Gertrude Colescott Rufus Johnston Dearborn Edwin Calvin Dodson Ellis Herbert Drake e Giltner Bessie Anna Hanger Pauline Hilliard a Owen Chalmer Hugh Edward Martin Henry Meek Zora Helen Miller Elvin Benson Oliphant a Lola Cleo Owens Charles Edward Payne Yale Cosby porch a Jesse Riddle James Ross Robertson Virginia Belle Rodefer Adolphus Schmidt Oscar Raymond Shields Margaret Snodgrass Emma fix rence spore a Oliver Miller Stultz a Earl Worthington Thomas a William Ambrose Thompson Lawrence Tuley economics James Patrick Boyle Estill Andrew Gast Arthur Hale Keeney a Charles Mott Lawrence Myers George Edward Shaw Hugh Ingersoll Sherman philosophy Morley Albert John Kisling Chambers Burchard Woodson Debusk Manfred Wolfe Deputy Sara Matella Druley Bloomer Ellis Myers Ozro Bertsal Phu has Fred Arthurw Leer Edo eation Claude Fletcher Brown a Frank ales Gause Ross Mitchell grind Edwin Lee Holton a Joseph Edward Layton Clarence Truman Gray William Robert hard Man Jacob Millison Kinney Morton Kline Ethel Orion Melvin Miller John ones Potter a Harry Wilfred Reddick a Martha Eleanor Weir John Jefferson when leu Saxon Franklin Wood Ethelbert Cooke Woodburn a aysies a Fay Cluff Brown Chester Asahel Evans Brenton Lorenzo Steele a Wade Anthon Siebenthal Amos e Zehr cd enstry a Guy Allee Bert Edwin Curry a Arthur Gordon Dahne Simon Gince Ricu Encle a Hanson Smiley Gifford Joseph Daniel Heitger Francis Craig Krauskopf a James m Large Edwin Clare Mcmullen Clarence Earl May Frank Quick Henry Herbert Ratcliff a Rufus Marion Redding Fred Abbott Reece a Edward Leroy Siebur Roscoe Willeman Smith Agnew Thomas Heikichi Yoshisaku zoology a Louis Ernest Hildebrand Paul Roe Jordan a Waldo Lee Mcatee botany John Serenus Bordner Charles Brooks a Oris p Dillinger 11 ugh Everett Johnson David Kassens Anatomy Harvey bachelors of Laws Barton Aikman Edward Peter Elsner Albert Fields a Roger Gough John William Hornaday Herbert Ernest Hutton Charles Mott Lavrence Walter Charles Augustus Reeves Jesse Linley Richards a Everett James Smith a vere Williams Fred Purnell Bethany Park Assembly 1904. From All Points in Indiana one fare plus 25c. Tickets will be sold july 19 to aug. 16th, 1904. Fare from Bloomington $1.50. A. K. Helton agent. Fourth of july excursion half fare plus 2-00. For round trip tickets v a Louisville amp Nashville r b. To nearly All Points in Alabama Florida Georgia Keata Eky Nishii Sippi Virginia Mort i Aad Soaib Carolina Tennessee. on Sale Mav 3rd and nth. June 7th-2l.St. And on for is and third tuesday of each month thereafter until nov. I5th. And food return Lek 21 Days from Date of Sale or further information consult your local agent or addreh.s., c. L. Stone. Uen l paid Skisger to tax Louisville amp Nashville r. R. Lori Sivile by. This is a presidential year and you mus keep posted the Way to do this is to read the Henry Watterson. Editor. Twelve pages. Issued every wednesday.$100 so Quot Stear Revenue Reform. Bollal Reform moral Reform Tow courier to urinal mum us kit Ai of ump dual bed. Acad cats for Espy by a Mil. 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