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Connersville Evening News (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Connersville, Indiana Evening news vol. 23. No. 101. Connersville in., saturday october 1, 1910. Let Rice Avo cents 10c per week cir a ext is its m ii East amicable settlement Lilie land question. Ase Salleby perusal docket for coming Price owners asked $.300 per acre City offered $1. 50�?agreement reached for $250�?nearly three Aci is purchased. Connersville s East Lino now extends about 150 feet farther East for a distance some 400 feet North and South at least will do so As soon As All necessary papers Are properly executed. The City has acquired Frona Lilie Brothers two and eighty nine hundredths acres tie Lilie land adjacent to the new water works site about two acres which is in the Corn Field East and South East. The City recently began condemnation proceedings but the process would be necessarily slow and the month october at least would expire before the City would have Safe Possession the ground. This would necessary delay part the work now in Progress. It might be that a somewhat lower Price than was agreed upon could have been secured though this is problematical and the difference would be More than offset by the delay costs Etc. Therefore the City offered the owners $150 per acre for such land As they needed. Messes. Lilie through their attorney Reuben Conner demanded $300. In the meantime the City was legally served with a notice to keep off the Tremiti is. Finally to fill the form Law a special meeting was called yesterday in the absence mayor Gray the Call being signed by messes Tingley Ferguson Sanders Anc Tatman. Or. Tingley presided. The City attorney was empowered a Counci to tender messes. Lilie $2hi per acre. Harry Lilie who lives n East Connersville accepted the Price agreeing that if his brother demurred he would pay him i share at the rate $300 per acre the embargo was withdrawn Ani the City is free to go ahead and erect its buildings a withholding facts regarding True name. Attorney Villiani e. Jeffrey new Castle paid Fino for Hunting an Frank j. Smith. The new Castle courier goes after the court officers for withholding the real name the Man fled i Hunting charge William e. Jeffrey an attorney and giving out the name quot Frank b. it says in part no one censures . Jeffrey the transaction. Naturally he would attempt to shield his name in such a Case for business reasons an to avoid embarrassment to himself and family. But what Squire Koons prosecuting attorney Evans Constable Fickley and the game Warden . Jeffrey is Well known to the Justice the peace the prosecuting attorney and the no stable and for them to i Ermit him to plead guilty to one the most serious violations the game Law does not reflect creditably Vliem As Public officials. The publicity in such cases provides a greater punishment than the Nie re payment n Fine and the officials thus sought to thwart the ends Justice when they permitted a plea guilty to be recorded under an assumed quite sick. Word from muscle today. Is to the effect that w. L. Cortleyou la still in a serious condition. He improve but a lowly if at Scanlon Case also Cates cases we. H. Conley to be retried old charge for which a he was convicted cases Ven cd. Trio court docket for the october term has been made out and from All appearances the term will ought to be a Busy one. Liere Are 3ight criminal cases set Down and a sixty five civil cases. Of the latter three were venue Here two from Rush county and one from Union county. The Rush county cases Are these Theodore Reed is Robert Powell a shit for judgement in he sum $600, and Pinnell Tomp coins is the Rushville Brick. Co., a Niit for $750 a promissory note. The Case from Union county is that f the h. L. Pence company a new Vork raw fur dealing concern is. Joseph a. Grecny Liberty. The allegation is that Gregory sold the company a shipment nearly thirty five Hundred Musk rat Pelt. Representing them to be Large and Good Quality while when the ship nent arrived they were found to be 3raall and Interior. Judgement in Jie sum $1,500 is asked. The state cases Are those against a Julie Scanlon charged with assault ind Battery with intent to kill Preston Cates misfeasance in office William h. Conley new trial for operating a place lor the unlawful sales liquor. Homer Allen utter no a false Check Joseph Zengel in awful Selling liquor and Walter Lobbins assault and Battery with intent to commit felony upon i Iberius Culberson. Jobs w. Kern opens Bis Campkin. Mim in Twive bios st Tell a roads May be sold november 3. May ask reduction if bids do Xot Racli the limit fixed by court it May Lee Asir a d to la Ltd wer same and changes for the better in Fine old full enrolment. Democratic candidate for United states senator finds people anxious to hear All about the alleged quot Jackpot quot caucus 1909. Actual Netbai free fair will probably Clear $1,200for amphitheatre. Good impression made by Barnard Liis is lie vim dict the new Castle taper. Low River Means higher goal prices ulv Aiice a ont Twenty five / cents announced in Loci Market. The local Coal dealers have been obliged to make an Advance about Wenty five cents per ton Coal i he situation which affects a very arge number Consumers is lome general interest and the exp Lunation is due the dealers them leaves. The Cincinnati Marcet is lie Standard by which the Coal men Lere must go and As Well known Ransport Alion figures mightily in lie Price Coal air sorts. At resent the Olio River is very Low and Many the Coal barges Are de led in transit. This and other reasons equally Good have produced i shortage and the Advance in Nice Here was inevitable. This wit i the addition about $2,500 subscribed will reduce the debt to about .$800 lii Cludine interest. Virginia earned actress who is seeking divorce from e. H. Sothern. The full financial report Trio last free fair cannot be known ter i few Days yet but truth is hard id hold and a close guess at the Actu a net gains the fair this year can Low be Given. It is about $1,20this amount will be applied to raising the debt the amphitheatre and when coupled with about $2,500 which has been amassed by popular subscription to that end is tuld-3d to the fair gains the debt Wil jink to some timing Lite $800, including interest and everything. The subscription have surprised everyone. Some the Best fair boosters in the county have been Busy today working among the Good people who came to the City and their work has produced substantial results. One Lump sum $50 was Given today and Many smaller donations swelled the total to a handsome figure. Viewed from All sides the eighth free fair was beyond All doubt the greatest Ever yield and the spirit Tjit made it so Saems to be growing with every hour. Representative w. O. Barnard and senator Beveridge had a Bis Republican meeting last night at Greensburg says the new Castle times. The k. Of p. Opera House was packed with a Large audience Lude Barnard opened the meeting with a heart to heart talk and made a Good impression. Senator Beveridge s principal subject was citizenship and he Caie fully and clearly discussed the Pari the voter in the nation s also preach at Meta Mora Christian Well Supply. That nearly All the Wells in the South part Dublin will be drained by the Dee Cut tie Pennsylvania Railroad is making in the construction its double track project seems evident. The Well the Cale place a is the first to go dry followed by an ancient Spring located Perry Wilson s farm South the old overhead Bridge. Many the residents whose property lies adjoining the Railroad fear that they will also lose their water Supply. Scon Thomas ill a letter received today by a Friend in this City from Guy Thomas who is at Denver Colorado states that his father has been very sick for two weeks but is recovering. Or. Thomas returned from a trip through new Mexico some time ago where the family is now keeping int Lewis predicts Beveridge Victory in Indiana this year. Kays Harmon will lie Lluri cd i Lidei pc publican landslide democrats Victory in new Vork. A Naiani Olls october 1.�?thomar , president the United Ujiie workers America made an election prophecy last night which he said was tie result a careful study political conditions in various parts the country especially in three doubtful states. Or. Lewis said last night Roosevelt will be repudiated in new Vork by a democratic Victory Liat governor Harmon will be buried in Ohio by a re in Allcan landslide and that senator Albert j. Beveridge Indiana will be returned to the Senate. Or. Lewis thinks Taft s administration is the sanest and the most fruitful in the Liis Lory Republican administration. Quot president Taft has gone about fluid try any ado whatever and accomplished great things for his i arty and the nation. Ohio will Hul Oito Taft not Only by cause to is from Ohio but because republicans in that state value his services. Taft will get such an endorsement in the Ohio election that Liis name will to presented to the National convention in 1912 without the situation in new York and Ohio was commented upon most l y . Lewis. He added that senator Beveridge will be returned to the Senate without a doubt. He said conditions throughout the state fipe Chauy among the labourers pointed to Beveridge s Young minister Liu he has i ecu a close Stoml coif in Ltd is equip cml for the work a self and wife went to Laurel to Day. Wodward Cain son Harry Cain and Wile has Accel ted a Call As a minister the Iwa Urel Christian Church. Himself and wife went to Laurel this afternoon where he will preach his first Sermon to Morrow. It is understood that he will fill the pulpit the Christian Church at Metamora a part the time Wodward Lias for a Long time Beon a close student and Lias Ben carefully preparing himself for ministerial work. He is about Twenty three years age and married. Time a a asses rapidly and it seems but a Short time ago that lid Ward was one the faithful and hard working carriers for tui news. His friends whom there Are in countable numbers will be glad u learn that lie has taken a definite step ill the ministerial calling and will a justly Hope for his Success. Atwo killed in Accident and a third May die. One victims was brother the Liat it Fred Piper who committed Suic Itle in tills City. Piilini o., sept. Marea aisle re a years old and Edward i flier is years old both Sidney o., Ocie killed and Grace con Over this City is not expected to live As the result an automobile Accident Here to Day. C. A. Richey , and Ray Piper Sidney o., Are Cut and bruised but will recover. The machine in which Tivey wire Riding was struck by a c., 11. Ivi d. Train at a crossing Here. Edward Piper was a brother i red v. Imper who committed suicide by shooting himself near Robert ii i Ark in this City some two years ago. Imper was employed during his residence Here by the Phil Joseph company Indianapolis october 1.�?the do ree ordering the Sale the Indian Polis amp Cincinnati traction Coni Lany s holdings was made official esterday morning when judge Vin Carter Superior court room \ 3, before whom the receivership ase was yield attached his Signa ure to the instrument. Allowing a Gal time limits set for advertising he Sale William l. Taylor said yesterday afternoon Henry Clay Allen Naster commissioner the Sale Rob Abiy will offer the traction line Sale at the South door the court House at 9 clock nov. 3 01 i. It is possible it May be a Day 01 50 later. As a member the committee representing the certificate holders in. Taylor said the owners this Laper Are willing to turn in their holdings in Exchange for Bonds he reorganized company taking the Lew Bonds at 85 cents the Dollar that is they offer to turn Over >1,000 in certificates for $1,176.4north Bonds the proposed new Ssue. Beside . Taylor the com nit tee is composed t. W. Sieman met Surg a. John t. Beasley Terre haute ind a. B. Conover hic ago g. D. Wellington Chicago ind j. F. Wild Indianapolis. The a Ommittee represents about $800, 00 Worth receivership Cert fit tes. May ask reduction. In the decree issued by judge barter the minimum Price is give it $1,045,000 and a Sale can not b a Nade unless the highest bidder ers at least that figure. Shouh he committee representing that bondholders which will be in the Competition for the ownership the Road bid As High As that the certificate holders will turn the holdings into the buying fund which will be counted in dollars an vents. The committee which will represent the bondholders will be com posed the trustees named to at tempt a recent reorganization the company which failed. The com Mittee is composed Winfield t Durbin Anderson ind., Theodore f Rose Muncie ind. George a. Ball a Muncie ind. Claude Cani Berr Rushville ind., and John j. Appel Indianapolis. If the committee Doe not bid an a count equal to the minimum Price As stated by the ourt the court will be asked to re Duce the minimum and have the Sal re advertised. Six states presented Liy though total Umler Xot Larff Era school that City Sii Ovid he proud . John a. Dix nominated for governor by new York democrats. 0 191u, by Mauricau Presa association. A visit to the Elmhurst school situated old Elm farm just South the City is a thing to interest anyone. The changes that have been made about the Fine old place since he school was established there while few if any the original out Iines have been removed have improved the details sufficiently to liter the whole aspect. Between the Louse and the Road a magnificent growth native Trees once the iride the mansion had been Well Ligh ruined by neglect. These have received much care at the hands he new proprietors and arboreal dentists working through Many lays have put them into order i gain. A few years hence the Grove Vili be More Beautiful Thiafi for i any a year. A Good gravel walks Lead Here and Here about the estate through bits f pleasing landscape which were Lothing but wastes Bramble and Riar before Andin the stately Louse itself the spirit Progress As touched and transformed. The massive Structure built to stand in definitely Lent itself gladly to modern conveniences and in it resent condition a quot More a a a Gotful lace could hardly be found. With he modern trend education that f the cultivation individuality in character it is not surprising that i he parents who go to Elmhurst with some thought placing their laughters there come away re olved to look no farther. As to the discipline the school ind that Success which has smiled upon the intuition the pupils and patrons by their actions speak a lore convincingly than could an Ither. This year the number new students is twelve. They Are misses Marjorie Armour Sewickley a. Ileanor Gann Chicago i. Hazel Lofford Bloomington 111. Dorothy ool Chicago 111. Milderd mans Leld Clinton Iowa Adria lock a ood. Laurel. Ind. Annie Reed Lack and Margaret Slack Edge a Orth. A. Ethel Burnham Adrian Lich. Gladys ruffle and Virginia Huffin Hamilton Ohio Clarise Udd Chicago 111. The total number is not Large As compared with other schools but a Ith its present arrangements Elm burst could Harly accommodate lore. With its Fine location and to possibilities continued improvement both As to building and rounds and with its management anxious to sustain an institution not Only profit but Pride to the a eople in these surroundings. It is a lived that Elmhurst is destined 0 be much greater than it is Lafollette Wisconsin seriously iii. Rochester minn., october. 1.�? senator Robert Lafollette is be sieved to be in a serious condition be consulted the Mayo Brothers his morning andean operation May e performed this afternoon Sena Lafollette is suffering from a combination gallstones and abdominal trouble not unlike that which caused the death a year ago >1 governor Johnson. The atmosphere secrecy that is maintained touching senator Laflou to s condition hag created the belief that he critically 111, some his closest friends have not been Ible to conceal that they have Grav st fears for him. He has been ailing for Mouths and lately has grown much worse. There seems no room for doubt that a crisis is at Foi the quot was Conan Warrior quot

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