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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1910, Connersville, Indiana x air vol. 73 r to. 477 Connersville Indiana we Mesway. February 2.1910 nicely resigns at a principal of the school of trial Mahle in charge. Nicely a races statement to news pupils Teu a i afferent Story it is now up to up to show the a fault is not with them. Following the trouble Between prof. Oliver nicely and some of his pupils of the Harrisburg school last Friday Elijah Brookbank trustee of Harrison township called a meeting of patrons at the school House Satur a Day night. The meeting was attended by a Large number of patrons of the school. All that occurred there a has not been Learned but prof. Nicely resigned his position As principal of the school by request it is understood. The resignation will not go into effect formally until next saturday but de former teacher oif tie school and who has been at kit do Umbus Ohio of late took u p the duties of principal this morning the trouble at the school is a matter of deep and general regret and is not believed to have been solely the fault of either teacher or pupils a prof. Nicely called at the news office today and during an interview stated that he believed there was prejudice against him in the school and quot in the neighbourhood from the Start owing to the discipline which he tried to.,preserve in the school. He thinks the parents of some of the boys who attacked him last Friday knew beforehand what their sons meant to do a and approved and encouraged it. He says his discipline in the school room was complimented by superintendent Claude Trusler and also by trustee Elijah Brookbank both of whom had visited his school at various times. A on the other hand nearly every Pul Lipil in prof. Nicely s room is ready to a Teu of actions on the part of prof. which if they Are True Are in Newi the tii Atter of chief concern of Hotilda be to make the remainder of �l.4h�, of school As profitable As fray he notwithstanding the recent a trouble. Prof. Nicely has resigned and is thei Respre out of the Case. The pupils who had to do with the trouble r still t in school it remains for y Ithem during the rest of the term quot which will be taught by or. Mahle to prove by their own behaviour whether they or or. Nicely have been i i not at fault. Or. Mahle has taught school before and his Able meth ods of instruction and discipline Are a already known. If any further Dis Liv Urbance arises the blame of it in ithe first instance will fall upon the &upil8 themselves. In such an event i tiie teacher should and doubtless Dpi id receive the United sympathy iid support of the whole Community. Looking for not tier Panjeti line of succession being amply provided for. A a Madrid feb. 1.�?the Gaceta says acco schement of Queen Victoria is expected in May. She was de to King Alfonso on May 31, pm ,.ai d is the Mother of three Ohil ii two boys and a girl. The latter lion on. Jube 22, 190�. A Story Iwa Leen idely printed thaa Queen with her Cousin the a Rino Esb Wales that she would family than the latter other of six. To or Bash. Smith the new pastor a Gers Volle Christian Church in pre at that place next Sun More engr and opening. Very Ixa a of the Church will be glad to to Tulsi As they have been without Lister the last month. Re. In Dis Well recommended he a i be a pastor of the Church at i Shelby county Indiana the last year. Previous to Keld the pastorate of the pit by Csc Church in Rush county a Ashrst Christian Church at iii4iai�. He has moved to quot oils and will take up some itly a College and preach Church every a they dont Oil 00 ii s f Yah a tills tramp had prospered and generously rewarded kindness. Nashville ind., Jan $1.�?a tramp whom David Ornstein of this county fed and housed one bitterly cold night in the Winter of 1904 reappeared at of Stern s place to Day asked for and ate his dinner and then handed the amazed Farmer a 20 Gold piece. The Man said he had prospered and had determined to revisit Ornstein in the Guise of a tramp and show him that sometimes generosity to the wayfarer is not forgotten. He departed without telling Ornstein his name or his place of prices up at new Yor retailers Are forced to pay More for up Boycon. If they can hold out the Bottom will fall out of High prices soon a this is prediction of prominent dealer. New York feb. 1.�?with the demand from Consumers fallen off to a greater extent than Ever before in the history of the Trade retail dealers in meats were confronted with an advancing scale of prices in wholesale markets today. Although wholesale rates went up a fractional part of a cent yesterday and the dealers were advised that curtailed shipments were Likely to Lead to a further Advance today Consumers kept up the Campaign for abstention of meat until Low prices Are forced. Som nothing must drop. Quot something has got to drop hard pretty soon quot said one prominent Market Man today. Quot supplies Are piling up and the cold storage capacity of the City is limited. Already egg men Are throwing Over their holdings at reduced rates and butter has come Down. Meat will have to follow if the reduced rate of consumption is maintained no matter if shipments Are heavily Penny rur ural carriers need not heed them after feb. 15. Can be put in envelope or other receptacle by patrons new department order. The postmaster general has sent the following order to postmaster Moffett and to All offices having a Rural Carrier system in View of the extent to which the practice of placing Loose coins in boxes by Rural Patrono Nas grow and the delay in the Dell errand collection of mail and the hardship imposed on Rural carriers incident thereto you Are informed that commencing february 15, Proximo Rural carriers will not be required to collect Loose coins from Rural mail boxes. Patrons should enclose coins in an envelope f rav them securely in a a up of a to or Deposit them in a Dolu Holdi itly receptacle so they can be easily and quickly taken from the boxes and carriers will be required to lift such coins and where pc compan led by mail for dispatch attach the requisite Stamps. Elmer Bassett m chosen chairman had dozen bottles of Beer in Gunny hearing today. Plea gtd guilty was fined $50 and Given 30 Days but sentence was suspended said he bought Beer from Brice Purcell. Y Walter Lutz who goes by the name of quot Simp quot among his acquaintances was arrested on sunday afternoon by officer Frank Elwood just As he reached the rear door of mall Wain s Cigar store. Lutz had a Gunny sack containing a dozen pint bottles of Beer Slung Over his shoulder and was in the act of delivering the Load to several men who were waiting near the door when the arrest was made. He was placed in jail and was brought top before mayor Gray for trial this morning. When the charge was read by prosecutor Edwards and Lutz was asked if he was guilty or not he replied that he was. Later he was asked where he had gotten the Beer and he answered that he had bought it from Brice Purcell. Of Sycamore Street. He paid a Dollar he said for the twelve pints. The Money was Given him he said by a party of Young men whose names he could not remember. When Elwood first saw Lutz he was approaching the door which was closed. As Elwood started after him Lutz hastened toward the door and knocked upon it when he reached it saying quot for god s Sake let me the door was opened but when the men who were inside saw the situation they made no Effort to receive the sack from Lutz. Mayor Gray asked Lutz if he was working and was told that he was at the roots foundry. Or. Gray then told him that since the majority of the people of this county had voted to abolish the liquor traffic it must not be carried on. He assessed a Fine of $50 and costs against Luta and imposed a thirty Days jail sentence in addition and then suspended the whole sentence after receiving a Promise from the defendant that he would not quot Bootleg quot any More. Quot if you do anything like this again and Are brought up before me quot or. Gray said quot ill Promise you that i la enforce this sentence against you and give you another and a heavier one along with st.00 in Advance Republican gathering enthusiastic and . E. Watson presides Taft Beveridge and Barnard heartily endorsed by Resolution Bio backward step on Temperance is sentiment of professor fixes up Bill of fare. Rushville feb. 1.�?if those democrats who have been gleefully predicting trouble and Contention in the ranks of the sixth District republicans were Here today they would if honest feel like revising their opinions and concluding that maybe after All they had built their Hopes too High. There was a Good representation from All Over the District and the work of the convention was entered into with old time vigor and Confidence of Success next fall. Sex congressman James e. Watson who is at his Home Here was Early picked upon to preside As permanent chairman and on taking the office he made a speech that made All present feel Good. Chauncy Duncan of Greenfield was chosen Secretary. The resolutions committee of which Miles k. Moffett was a member brought in a set of resolutions that left no room for evasion on any vital Point and the same were endorsed with cheers and applause. Among other things president Taft senator Beveridge and congressman Barnard were Given Hearty and unequivocal endorsement. To backward step. The resolutions took Plain and Strong grounds on the Temperance question endorsing county option and opposing anything that might be construed As a backward step. Will Hough of Greenfield was president of the Resolution committee. In Watson s address he followed president Taft s line of thought in endorsing the Payne Aldrich Tariff Bill. F. I. Barrows r. N. Elliott and senator e. E. Moore were among others who made addresses to the convention and they received their full share of applause which seemed to be spontaneous among All present epic Biswas fired upon makes serious charges against three Young men Taft to be showered his Center table win not hold half of the cards. New York Jan. 31.�?a postal card crusade in which every woman in the United states will be asked to write a postal card to president Taft asking him to break the meat Trust is being organized Here today by mrs. Anita Comfort Brooks president of the Gotham club if the crusade on the meat Trust is successful mrs. Brooks will wage War on the quot fish ring quot which she says has boosted the Price of fish since the meat Boycott . Fri they shot at his dog Twenty cents a Day he says will do probably Don t practice what he preaches. The following Boston special which appeared to Day in the Cincinnati enquirer was handed the news by a citizen who intimated that he would t mind putting a stick of dynamite under the coat tails of the professor just to see him a amp in upward quot there is no reason Why any working Man or woman could not live on 20 cents a Day. The great trouble is to Day that we neglect the cheap no tracious foods because we do not care for their this statement is made by prof. Franklin w. White of. Harvard University whose specially is the science of dietetics. The professor says he can get along with but Little meat and feel much better for it. He gives the following daily menu breakfast Corn meal Mush 1 cent Ole Margarine 2 cents syrup 1 cent. Lunch potatoes 2 cents Oleo Margerine 2 cents smoked herring 1 cent Cocoa and milk 2 cents. Dinner Beans 3 cents pork 3 cents Cocoa 2 cents bread 1 cent. And when he remonstrated one of them pointed inn at him and fired charge struck near where stood. Ephriam Jones of East Conners Volle appeared in police Headquarters this afternoon with a startling Story. He said three Young men armed with rifles were Hunting in a Field not far from his Home just after noon today and that his dog ran out into the Field toward them. They All three fired at the animal but failed to hit it and in fright it ran Back toward the House. They fired two shots at it As it ran and or. Jones who saw the whole transaction shouted loudly at them to quit shoot. Ing. By Way of answer he says one of the Young men raised his Rifle not at the dog but at or. Jones him self. The latter was standing in his grape Arbor at the time and he says the Bullet Sang sharply through the vines Only a few feet from his head. After a shooting the Young men whom i or. Jones did not recognize and whose names Are not known hastily made their Way northward and disappeared. The police re doing the Best they can to learn who the parties Are. A average higher there by 30 cents on $100.gravel Road debt More than seventy five thousand dollars in neighbouring county five Toad ships exceed $2 Bate or. Two per cent. Many times before the news has had reason to congratulate Fayette county on its tax rate As compared with other counties. Figures recently published makes a comparison of its rates with its big. Neighbor to the South Franklin county altogether satisfactory to Fayette. It has Long been the boast of Franklin county that it had no debt but it is now carrying a gravel Road bonded indebtedness exceeding $75,000. Because of this or from other reasons five of the townships in Franklin county pay in excess of 2 on Eracli one Hundred dollars the highest rate being f2.70 in Posey township and the next highest 12.45 in Blooming Grove. The average rate for All of the thirteen townships is $1.84 on each 1100. There is not a township in Fayette county that nearly approaches a two Dollar rate. The nearest coming to that figure is the Little township of Orange which has a rate for the coming year of $1.93, because some Twenty eight cents was added to meet the Cost of the new county line Road. The average of All of he nine townships in Fayette is 11.54 or thirty cents ess on the Hundred dollars than that of Franklin county. And that difference Means a Nice pile of Money when the valuation of Franklin county is taken into account. A Ossip crowns pros ice Rev. Davidson s common Law wife starts Church Board. Alleging slander in a letter written and authorized by them and sent through the mails alleged overtures made. A a t 4"f f if a a. Give them time. A i persons sending items to the news by Telephone to insure act Curacy should speak slowly give 4i ing the receiver of the messaged a time to write Down their word. A tiey should Divide their Mes 4>sage into parts of three or four4> a words and wait for the receiver s quot All right quot before proceeding. A a the pause will be no longer than a it takes to put Down these words. A occasionally a message is Hur Riedley Given and the sender s re a Mceiver is Hung up before anything is written. If a senders will of be More patient and allow a it Ltd a tie time the news will get the a item As desired. Names oif per he a sons Are sometimes hard to in a de stand and they have to he re he heated or spelled out As the he Minva ice i not always accurate it it by reproduced Over the Telephone a a line. A 4 he a a Fruh he a a 4 a a a a a a Washington ind., Jan. 30.�?gossip of the Claf a Davidson scandal and the resultant 10,000 libel suit threatened by the alleged wife of or. Davidson because of certain utterances in a letter written by authority of the Church Board was so insistent that at the Rev. E. E. Davidson s former Church today it fairly drowned the Sermon of the pastor the lev. G. B. Cleaver whose subject was quot satan s when asked what move the of Lucial Board of the Church would take next one of the elders said that As yet no action had been taken and he did not think even a meeting of the Board would be called before notice was officially made upon its members by the Federal court citing appearance. The members of the Board were unanimous in their expression that the Case would be fought to the end. Pear letter was garbled. A the Board members fear that the letter the prosecution alleges to be libellous May have been changed in its meaning since they attached their signatures As they aver no damaging statements were in it at that time. It is said that copies of the original Are in Possession of the Board members. A it has been rumoured that overtures will be made by the churchmen tomorrow to effect a Compromise if possible but this is denied by persons who will defend the suit. Former mayor Hale Clark father of mrs. Davidson was asked to verify the Rumor of receiving Money and letters from Over the country offering assistance to the prosecution of Davids but the former official would Only say that was purely a private matter and of no consequence to the Auto eyes a a it rur a Mcfarlan company conducting this line Many know it Ara taming oat bodies for their own use and shipping Many to factories. Elsewhere�?47onners-Ville sure an Auto town. While it is widely known that the Central manufacturing company is one of the leading automobile body making in the Middle West it if not generally known that anti or Large manufacturing concern in the _ City is making Metal Auto bodies and shipping them abroad to the Trade the Mcfarlan company in addition to Maliq the bodies for its own pars is. Building up a Trade exclusively in these bodies and is supplying them to a nimber of outside factories. One by one the. Evidence accumulates showing that Connersville is getting into the. To Tito business with both feet and then some. No wonder that concerns making Auto parts like the new lamp concern Are coming this Way the improved Wither. Means that the new a ext Agton Plant will soon be under cover and that ere Long Many More men Wolf be part to

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