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Bloomington Evening World (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Bloomington, Indiana A it. Bloomington Indiana Moi May a pro a 23, 1023. Entered m see Ead com matter a in a i �4 pm mar hmm a min Bloom Lafty a lads Tia. Pratoff Tel. Avens a two a bomb explode it Entrance to White a sox baseball Park windows in Vicinity shattered but no one injured by United press Chicago april 23.�?a bomb exploded at the Entrance of the Chicago White sox baseball Park Here today. Windows it the entire Vicinity were shattered. Police attributed the explosion to labor difficulties or to a reaction against the police War on baseball gambling. The explosion was so violent that it could be heard a mile away. One construction company to build All of showers houses on the com Ete one construction company will Likely get the contract to build All the houses the showers company is to North Walnut Street Pike some will front on 17th Street and others will face the Kinser Pike. It is Likely that erect for its workmen and the houses 25 to 30 will be will be for Are to to different in architecture. Rent and the others for Sale to those some of the houses will face the who Are employed at the to ave concert-1500 voices one of the features of the coming May Royer Sells millinery store on North College i the children s concert for the second May festival will be held in the University gymnasium wednesday May 2, at 3 00 o clock. At that time the children s chorus of 1500 voices will sing a group of Art songs assisted by Helen Protheroe Axtell Soprano of Chicago. She will sing two groups of songs which will be of Especial interest to both the children and the audience. James 3 year old son of or. And is. Ralph Curry East fourth Street Cut the Back of his head yesterday while sliding Down a coaster and a doctor had to sew up the wound. The child withstood the ordeal Well and is doing nicely. The last concert of the May festival thursday May 3, will be the singing of the quot Rose Maiden quot a secular cantata by Cowen. The soloists Are All people of note in the musical world. Frances m. Johnson Soprano of Indianapolis is one of the leading oratorio singers of this state. Madame Cara Sapin contralto of Louisville is a popular favorite As a concert Singer and she has won a place for herself in the Field of opera. William Layne Vick Tenor of Louisville has made a Success As a Church and concert soloist. He has filled some very important engagements in the various music festivals. Harold Dale saurer baritone has a voice and personality of rare Quality and has won a unique place for himself among the musical people of Chicago. He has been successful in winning his Way into the hearts of the people of Evanston 111., which is perhaps the most critical of any City in the coun a try in music. The festival association is fortunate in securing such an array of soloists for the quot Rose the High school chorus and glee clubs of 250 voices will sing with All of their Ever present Fervour and enthusiasm and will no doubt secure for themselves a coveted place in the onus Cal world. The University orchestra will play the accompaniments. The orchestra has been enlarged by adding professional players from Indianapolis. This orchestra will be a sol symphony orchestra. Lee c. Mccauley music supervisor of the Puble schools will tickets for festival admit the Holder to All of the festival concerts and the conv action program of the Indiana state a Sie teachers association. There a re six different programs that you May attend there will no doubt be the largest attendance of any musical concert held in this City during the festival. Bloomington is to be honoured by having the finest musical program of any City in the state this Spring. A. Program of which any City might Well be proud. Tickets Are Selling very rapidly. To Date there Are Many patrons and a Tro Nesses of the festival. Every Holder of a season ticket is considered a Patron or patroness. If you have not secured your festival ticket mail an order to Lee c. Mccauley treat Umi Oara chamber of Conmy a. Miss Blanche Royer has sold her millinery store on North College ave., to or. And . Frank Weinmann of Indianapolis who Are now in charge. Or. Wien Mann has been with the Fahnley amp Mccrea millinery firm in Indianapolis the past in years and of i Ernet years has been on the Road for this firm. His wife is also experienced ill the business. Miss Royer made a splendid Success of the business but will rest up until she fully recovers her health. During her illness her sister. Miss Elva conducted the business with order special venire for arson trials judge Herbert Rundell who convened the april term of the Monroe circuit court today ordered a special venire of 18 names drawn today for the Marion township arson trials which Are to Start wednesday. The jury commissioners met at the county clerk s office at 5 o clock this afternoon to draw the finds still an two barrels Mash in a raid made yesterday on the David Lucas farm 10 files Southeast of the City. Sheriff Walter Peterson and deputies Austin East and Earl Baxter seized a still in operation two barrels of Mash and half a gallon of White mule. The officers arrested or. And mrs. Lucas and now have them in jail. They will be arraigned before judge Rundell tomorrow. When the officers arrived they say they found mrs. Lucas operating the still in her Home. They went to the Adams Quarry to arrest build Bloomington houses John Voyree spe6din6 a6aih-0h Tab 00 by careful need comes an Imo what s that Isosie Johm of in and Tertrian car pass us he my o m that 0 a tire ? 5t0 it oot Jom or s out of our him Sooho your Horn Post s mashup the Rapf vihat5w?a Vou us Gevo purmeh0u6h6as? lid ,. Priv m6 from the pack sear Are causes $150,000 loss in indian�,p0us two firemen injured in collapse of burning building by United or is Indianapolis apr 23.�?a spectacular Blaze swept the inbound freight depot of the big four Here today damaging freight and property to the extent of $150,000. Two firemen were injured in the collapse of a burning Wall. Water from 15 Hose lines was directed on the flames. Moat of the damage to freight occurred on the second and third floors of the building where the great Quantity of water flooded Many rooms. Bang dancing record again broken by texan�?107 hours after shuffling for 69 hours miss Vera Sheppard of i no Island City was compelled to Call a halt in her Marathon dance. Miss Sheppard with Ben solar who was her partner for almost the entire 69 hours lost 10 lbs. In weight and was almost unconscious during the last hours. She was supported Only by the strength of her various partners one of whom was partly demented As a result of the says Ruhr situation Bette French Premier declares German government directs armed resistance by United press Paris april 23.�?that the Berlin government is the prisoner of an Oli Garthy similar to the old military oligarchies forcing Germany to use Money to affect a huge Industrial machine is the belief of Premier Poincaire. The French Premier stated before a meeting of the Cabinet that it was his belief that the situation in the Ruhr Valley was getting better and better. It was further intimated that the Berlin government is directing the armed resistance in the Ruhr. Quot the population of the Ruhr will not sacrifice itself to enable great Industrial leaders to build their own Premier Poincaire stated. Death of mrs. Dicy Jeffers mrs. Dicy Jeffers widow of Albert Jeffers died at nine o clock last night at her Home on South Henderson Street after a three Days illness of stomach trouble. She is survived by an Only son h. H. Jeffers of this City. The deceased was 77 years old and a member of the first methodist Church. The funeral rites will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o clock from the residence at 425 South Henderson Street. Or. C. H. Taylor will conduct the Sei vices and interment will be held at Rosehill cemetery. Death of James m. Williams. Bedford firms have contracted for seven extensive building jobs in Bloomington during the past year no Bloomington firm has bid for the general contract on any of the larger jobs. Bedford is not to be criticised on the contrary Bedford is to i quot commented for the Enterprise of its contractors but Bloomington a should get Lusy. There is an opening for a Bui Ding firm big enough to land the contracts for buildings to to erected within the coming year and for which plans Are new being made. Fro tin contractors do not contribute to Bloomington s Progress As Citize Ltd a however Well they May do their work. Home Competition would at least indicate that Bloomington is not without resource of its own. Bloon Kington contracts would go to a Bloomington firm big enough to handle them on a competitive basis. Move into new Home. C. F. Tourner the Well known Coal dealer and mrs. Tourner have moved into their Beautiful new two Story residence on East second Street which is one of the inst attractive in that part of the City. Or. And or amp. Charles Wylle spent the week end in Bloomfield visiting the Mother of the latter mrs. M. E. Gainsy. James m. Williams a Well known Farmer one mile North of Ellettsville died at one o clock this morning from injuries sustained by falling from a Load of fodder five Days ago. The deceased was a member of the Church of Christ at Ellettsville and was 77 years of age. A widow a son George and daughter mrs. James Stanger survive. Funeral services will be hold at two o clock tomorrow afternoon from the Church of Christ in Ellettsville. Interment at Maple Grove cd Montery. Wants to educate children Here a Bowling Green ky., woman has asked the chamber of Commerce for information about Bloomington giving As her reason for making the request that she desires to move hero to educate five children. She asked for descriptive Booklet and City map. Substitution was made by sending a copy of buyers guide and a letter. Suggestions were offered for meeting housing need. Death of Robert dust. Word has been received hero of the death of Robert sixteen months old child of or. And mrs. Gilbert dust now of Des Moines formerly of this City. No particulars were stated in the Telegram sent to mrs. Floyd Southern a sister of mrs. Bui dim May be built a on Indiana ave. Recently it has been proposed several times that the new Union Lui ild in of the University be located at the Corner of Indiana Avenue and third Street on the Corner now of Vnod by the school of religion. The school owns three lots Here on this popular Corner. The Corner lot was of. Up cd Ivy the first building of the Slih of burned a Coral years ago. Thu Brick Bungalow fronting o i third and the Laige while Houst Al 211 Softli Indiana now known Assi Hool of a Ligi ii Hall were recently purchased from mrs. S. ,. Dodds. Those favouring putting one of the new University buildings on this Corner propose this ground be purchased from the school of religion. Today when asked about this proposal Dean j. C. Todd of the set Hooi of religion said "1 have notice i the proposals to put one of the new University buildings on this Corner. Quite a number of people Intel tested in the matter have spoken to no about it. 1 am quite sure the directors of the school of religion would be unwilling to consider Selling the property. It was bought with the purpose of developing the school on this Corner. It is planned to remove the residence buildings and build hero some time Large permanent building for the work of the quot there Are two main Why i think the property should remain in the Possession of the school of religion. First the University with a full knowledge of the facts has permitted the school of religion to Purchase these properties and create its program with a View to permanent ownership. For More than two years the school has develop two its plans with a View to maintaining its work on this Corner. This makes the financial value of those properties to the school of religion so Groat that the University would be unwilling to compensate the school for its loss of ownership. In the second place in a comparison of values to the University the students and the state of Indiana it is the conviction of the school of religion and its constituency that More vital interests Are to be served by continuing ownership than by surrendering the property for any other persons rescued from watery grave seaplane plunged into the Ocean near Coney Island by United press new Yolk april 2 a plunged into the Atlantic Ocean 26 Miles off the coast of Island six persons in a giant flying boat wore washed ashore and rescued near Coney Island late last Niolu. For five hours five men and one woman the occupants of the plane drifted about on the open sea. A second seaplane was reported Drifting in the Ocean some 15 Miles off the coast of Ashbury Park new Jersey. A coast guard Cutter rescued the occur giants. Still a third plane from Field was unaccounted for. The United states seaplane f. L. Ii picked up the occupants of Tho wrecked flying boat which was forced Down by engine trouble 26 Mies off the coast of Long Island last night. The piano was found Drifting about in Tho slowly tossing Waves of a heavy sea. Robert Dewey Nephew of Admiral Dwey and one of the passengers in the ill fated seaplane swam ashore and reported the Accident to the police. On Airship route. Blowing to n is on Tho line of Tho proposed Airship route Between Cincinnati and St. Louis according to a map showing air ways. Tie map is accompanied by a very interesting article on the subject written for Aero nautical digest by Edward Schildhauer. The Dixie to be paved. Tho Dixie Highway state Road will be paved from Indianapolis to Martinsville within the coming year and from Martinsville to Bloomington a year later the portion from the City limit to Griffey s Crook will be completed this Spring the work being held up now because right of Way has not been procured. Supervisor Poynter has authority to proceed when Bloomington does its part. Blair Neal marriage. Born to or. And mrs. David Freener Unionville a son Byron. Or. And mrs. James n. Blair announce the marriage of their daughter Hannah to William Herschel Neal on april 14, 192. 5, in Indianapolis. The Rev. Charles Kroft formerly pastor of Fairview m. E. Church performed the ceremony. Mrs. Neal is a graduate of the local High school and of the class of 1916 Indiana University. She is a charter member of Beta Phi chapter of Alpha Omicron i sorority. For the last five years she has been the successful head of the botany department of Central High school at Muncie Indiana. Or Neal is the son of mrs. Frank Sullivan 221 e. 7th Street. He is a Stone Cutter Foreman for Hoosier Cut Stone co. Or. And mrs. Neal will make their Home in this City after june 1st. Advertising Bloomington. The Fowler Transfer company which makes Many Overland trips in All directions is advertising Bloomington Indiana University and Oolitic Stone by carrying on sides of its trucks Bio Mington Indiana Home of Indiana University and heart of the Oolitic Ston Belt. Drivers report Many opportunities to speak with people who comment on this advertising stunt. The firm does an extensive motor Transfer High school discussion league for april 27th Indiana High school irl5 have broken nil precedent in winning six of the thirteen oratorical championships in Tho state High school i which close Hrc april 27, an i Are out to duplicate to their feat of last y \ in in winning the final contest. Miss Georgia Carpenter of Mitchell won High honors last year and was the first High school girl to a in the championship during the ten years in which the contest has been held. Tie District winners who have been selected in local county and District meets during the year Are As follows first District Jerome Salm Central High school Evansville second District Lawrence Drake Martinsville third District Mary Elizabeth Plummer Bedford fourth District Elizabeth Sharp Columbus fifth District Elizabeth Wolff. Wiley High school Terre haute sixth District Walter Fulghum Richmond seventh District Arthur Crabtree Shortridge High school Indianapolis eighth District William Halstead Losantville ninth District Anna Dale Kokomo tenth District Helen Mcclelland Oxford eleventh District Clyde Meredith Fairmount twelfth District Mary Forker South Side High school it. Wayne thirteenth District Milton Johnson Mishawaka. The subject for discussion this year is quot Industrial disputes a program for their prevention and settlement for Public and quasi Public information on the subject in the form of the latest Magazine articles bulletins newspaper clippings and reports have been furnished the High school students by thee tension division of Indiana University which organized the discussion league in 1913. More than 2,100 High school students were enrolled among the 315 schools taking part in the contest. While in Bloomington the District winners will be royally entertained by University officials and by former class mates who Are now attending the state University. Among the events on the program Are a banquet in Honor of the contestants and trips about the Campus. Tho preliminary contest at which six debaters will be selected to enter the finals will be held at 1 30 in the afternoon april 27, and the final contest will be conducted at 8 o clock the same to make speech Here Mccray also on the a o. P. Program by United press Indianapolis april 23.�?senator James e. Waston will deliver h s first Pooch his for com no visit in Tho state at Bloomington on tuesday May 1st. Governo. W.,-. T. Mccray will also be on old speakers on the program which is be ing arranged for senator Waston s Bloomington address present plans Call for a meeting of i 2nd. District Republican chairman in the morning and a general Public meeting at noon. It is expected that the first Steps towards settling the Republican state chairman squabble will be taken during senator Waston s visit at Bloomington. Berlin eats">00 horses a week , april 23.�?five Hundred horses a week Are being slaughtered for food in Berlin according to Rcpt to to the Commerce department. With the increased scale of prices added difficulties in food Supply which have followed the Ruhr occupation horse meat sales Are said to b.3 rapidly increasing. Horse Moat Sells now at 2,000 Marks a Pound which is roughly equal to about 10 cents in american prisoners make escape from Joliet by United press Joliet 111., april 23.�?horace Simmons alias quot by by quot Simmons notorious gunman and robber and two other convicts affected a Clever delivery from the Illinois state prison Here today. The Trio used a rope to descend three stories from a window of the prison Hospital to the ground where they scaled the Penitentiary Wall. Prison officials Are of the belief that the convicts received help from the arrested four a hoists last saturday Only four Drivers were arrested in last saturday s Campaign by the police against Auto Drivers. The pre feeding saturday 75 were arrested. About 25 of the offenders will appear before mayor John g. Harris in police court tonight. Quot the traffic situation is steadily improving quot chief of police Fred Campbell stated today quot but arrests for violations of the traffic ordinance will continue until this situation is cleared Wien asked How motorists were reacting to the police quot War quot against Drivers the chief replied quot i am encouraged to learn that the majority of those we have arrested for improper parking and other motoring offences Are taking it in the right spirit. Many of them have plead guilty and paid their fines Between sessions of police court. Quite a Large percentage of the offenders have commended me for the Steps which have been taken to improve traffic conditions in legend quot Melusina quot to be Given by choral society trials of Auto cases tonight some thirty persons have been summoned to appear before mayor Harris at 7 30 tonight on account of the Auto parking ordinances. Some of the accused have employed attorneys. The Junior High school Parent teacher association will meet tuesday May is instead of tomorrow. This will be the last meeting of uie year. A rare treat is in store for the music lovers of this City tomorrow night when the Bloomington choral society will present at the first methodist Church the French legend quot Melusina quot in song. The Solo parts for the legend will be As follows Melusina by mrs. Charles Matthews of this City count Raymond by or. Lewis Cook Clotilda his Mother by mrs. Anna Schram sin Tram her brother by h. Liels Krieghbaum who will also sing the part of the King of the water spirits. Besides this Beautiful legend to in choral society will also present three other numbers likewise Worth while. Born to or. And mrs. Alva Butch a or a son

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