Connersville Times in Connersville, Indiana
12 Jan 1910

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12 Jan 1910

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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1910, Connersville, Indiana I. . P pit a a. Re y0l73 n0> 474 Cornersville Indiana wednesday. Jamu try 12. 19in is suddenly called her Mother Ard died soon in us al health had Long been organist at first m e. Church and was Well Komi a born in England funeral Friday. Tuesday s daily., mrs. Durbin v. Phillips died very suddenly at her Home at 841 Western Avenue at eleven clock this morning. While her health had not been Good for a year More and while she had been slowly yet steadily declining Ever since the death her son Hugh Phillips several months ago she had not been in such a condition that a physician s attention had been required and her death is a Shock to her relatives and to All her friends. For Many years mrs. Phillips had been the organist at the first m. E. Church. She performed her usual duties there last sunday and As was customary gave lessons to music pupils yesterday afternoon and played several favorite selections at her Home last night. She did not seem any worse than usual Early this morning and there was nothing to prepare her relatives acquaintances for the abrupt ending her life. About eleven clock this morning her Mother mrs. Mary Mimas who was in an upstairs room at her Home heard her Call. She went Down the stairway into the sitting room and found her daughter sitting in a rocking chair her head leaning far Over to one Side. She did not answer when spoken to and a Hasty examination showed that she was in a profound stupor. Two physicians were immediately summoned but mrs. Phillips had passed away before they arrived. Death came without a struggle and the transition to it from the deep lethargy in which her Mother found her was scarcely perceptible. The deceased was born in Petherick Cornwall England August 13, 1862. She was the daughter William and Mary Thomas. In 1873 she came with her parents directly to this City and Here she has lived Ever since. On october 30, 1884, she was joined in Wedlock with Durbin v. Phillips. Three children blessed their Union Hugh who preceded his Mother in death a few months since and Vera and Russel who with the father Are left to feel the bitter absence a kind and devoted wife and Mother. Mrs. Phillips was noted for her musical gifts and culture. She was a graduate the Cincinnati conservatory music and Ever since her fifteenth year had been the organist the first m. E. Church and sunday school. Also she was a member Naomi Circle and the daughters Rebekah. Her intellect and Fier social attainments were As decided As her kindness and Devotion in the Home. She was Well known to a wide Circle friends and to them As Well As to the household her death is a severe blow. The funeral services will take place at the first m. E. Church Friday afternoon at two clock. Rev. W. F. Smith will officiate. Will up resign . Gordon surrender police crib for simple life. A George . Gordon patrolman Maple Ood announces that at the Council meeting next monday even ing he will resign i is Bce. Or. Oor Doii has been a Moat acceptable a for two years and seven Quot to lift his reason for resigning a by a in ,watit8 to sit quietly at his fat instead it roam. I oms a Wal i Fayette s Danks Sedi rectors All members old boards Are retained. Officers chosen Monroe a. Starr. Successor to his father taif it late William g. Starr is probably the youngest county treasurer in Indiana. 15ut Ono Clinge j. H. Claypool Jim huf made vice president the first National to succeed j. K. I i erts at Lafter s hold the office county treasurers Monroe a. Starr. Liis is the belief Many his friends but these Are the Days when Younjui men Are doing things. Monroe a. Starr treasurer by appointment Fayette county is probably the youngest Man to hold such office in All Indiana. This however is said in no sense disparagingly. On the contrary unlimited evidence has developed in later years going to show that much the old time prejudice against putting Young men in places Trust was unwarranted. It All depends the Man himself Young old. If made the right kind stuff the Young Man will As a Rule act Well his part just As Well As ten Twenty thirty years were added to his age. But the basis for belief among Monroe Starr s friends is that he is the youngest treasurer in the state is that nominations usually go to men who seek them and the elder patriots usually think the youngsters should not be in too much a hurry. The National Banks to Day elected directors and officers. The stockholders not All them but a representative body assembled in the Parlours the first National Bank and the Fayette National Bank and named directors. These directors in turn elected officers to serve for the year. At the Fayette National Bank there was no change at All. The directors Are g. M. Sinks m. E. Dale e. W. Ansted j. E. Huston and p. H. Kensler. The officers Are g. M. Sinks president m. E. Dale View president p. H. Kensler cashier and Charles Cassel assistant cashier. At the first National Bank the directors were unchanged. They Are George c. Florea j. H. Claypool j. E. Roberts d. T. Roots and q. A. Mount. The officers were also unchanged save in one instance that in which j. H. Claypool was chosen vice president instead j. E. Roberts. This change was made at . Roberts s urgent request and it leaves the officers the Bank As follows g. C. Florea president j. H. Claypool vice president and l. K. Tingley dived Ouck window Washington Indiana minister in limelight again. Harriman s successor was at Piqua Ohio. Desm ted wife had officer his to ill in Iven time to finish Sermon tie goes in rear room As if for overcoat and disappears first move made at Cleveland Ohio against company. Suit is filed in United states court to restrain the american Multi graph company from paying the . Again in Case death As in the present instance the appointment usually goes to men who assert their political claims for past party sell dondsc., g. Amp r. To Confer with Columbus commercial club Bame proposition As Mado Here will be discussed at South terminal City this week. First move attacking in court the fed eral income Law upon corporations was made Here yesterday when Lewis w. Jared Chicago filed a suit in the United states circuit court to Stop collections the tax the american Multi graph company. It is alleged the Law is unconstitutional. While the suit primary attacks the tax Law it is directed against the company instead the government and asks the court to hold that the company should not be allowed to pay the tax. The Contention that the Law is unconstitutional is based the allegation that it is not uniform in its operation As it excludes companies whose net income is less than 15.000 a year and that the Law demands companies information a private character. Columbus ind., Jan. 10.�?representatives the Columbus greens Burg amp Richmond traction company will meet with the commercial club this City sometime this week. The company s proposition will be talked Over. The Engineer in charge construction will be at the meeting. It is planned to sell one third the Bonds to patrons along the line to be old for at different Umes a the con a Anceo. Falls a the ice Are. H. Fok slips while carrying a tub. Mrs. H. Fox is confined to her Home in East Connersville from injuries received in a fall. Yesterday morning while carrying a tub partly filled with water she slipped the ice and fell the tub upsetting its contents oter the body the i it prostrate lady. Although Poulte painful her i Jurlen Are not merlot to. A Quot 5., Piqua o., Jan. 10.�?the rev. Elmer e. Davidson an evangelist from Washington Indiana who is conducting meetings at the Church Christ in this City was approached by a policeman during an intense service in which the minister seemed to have preached with More than Ordinary Power and told that the Lacer held a warrant for his arrest for desertion his wife who styles her self mrs. Laura b. Davidson. Officials the Church prevailed upon the policeman to let the minister continue the service and dismiss it so that the membership would not know that anything was wrong. Concluding and offering a touching Benediction the rev. Or. Davidson stepped into the Vestibule in the rear the pulpit As if to get his overcoat which he did before any one knew what he was about slipped out through the sunday school room into the basement and out the Church through a window. he befriended Woxman. The woman claiming . Davidson As her husband is a cripple. Miss Laura Bunn Clark who Quot the minister insists he Only befriended in taking her to and from Church occasionally in his Carriage. She claims to be his common Law wife and insists that he have a ceremony solemnized legalizing the marriage. Tonight . Davidson is missing. Since his evasion the police he has not been seen. He did not even wait to take any clothes with him. The local Church believes in the innocence the Man. He is an interesting speaker and in his last service played upon the emotions his hearers. Mem Are eggs in Indianapolis local Market. Robert s. Lovett. Was present at conference at White House regarding the abandoning merger suits brought under Roosevelt no decision yet. M wins st 1 honors Baulhan does some neat flying at los determined. Glen Curtiss Breaks propeller but the damage is easily repaired real contest and first Pride program late to Day. None coming in say grocers hens will not Lay much in Zei weather. Indianapolis january 10.�?eggs Are Selling in most the groceries at 45 cents a dozen. Owing to the High Price grocers say that a great Many their orders Are for a smaller number than a dozen. Often there Are two. Three six eggs. In such cases an even higher Price is asked. A woman going into a state Avenue grocery. Saturday evening left an order for three eggs a Quot just enough for a cake Quot she explained. She was charged 12 cents for the three�?4 cents each. Grocers say the situation is due to the Small Supply. Quot there s none coming in Quot said one grocer. Quot cold weather caused the hens to quit laying. Eggs Are usually High priced in the Winter but Seldom As High As this Winter. Guess it is because we have had such a Long siege cold weather without even a break slipped and fell. Douglass Rice is suffering from bruises sustained by falling the ice As he was leaving the Mcfarlan factory yesterday. Los Angeles cal., Jan. 11.�?paul-han s Debonair Assumption the hero part with his Peculiar series flights at aviation Field yesterday stirred the rival american aviators to a determination to oust him to Day from the position he snatched suddenly from them when he swept from behind his aeroplane tent and flew Over the huge grandstand dangerously close to the Heads the cheering thousands spectators. Glenn h. Curtis who followed the Little Frenchman Dama a the propeller his Craft the he essayed a flight and this was the machine with which he intended to clip the Frenchman s wings. The propeller was repaired and made ready for to Day s flight. It is now a contest Between America and France and this is the first Day which flights were expected to count for prizes. Willard and Hamilton were determined to eclipse the performance the Frenchman and both spent several hours Early to Day getting ready for their tests. S 1.00 in Advance found dead in his room at Chicago hotel. His wife lives Here Avith her brother John Boegel Stuth Central avenues she is totally Blind a murderess has escaped. A terrible crime committed so train Between Chicago and Teite haute sunday night. Is special local interest As the widow the tim lives South Central Avenue. With her brother. John Boegel and family. A Terre haute special so he was lured to Chicago by a woman under the pretext that she would return to him stolen jewelry valued at More than $500. And then poisoned by her while the Way to Terre haute sunday night is the statement made by Coroner r. H. Leavitt in regard to w. H. Helman age forty five a Well known jeweler Terre haute who died in his room at the Plaza hotel Here this morning. The authorities Are now endeavouring to find the woman who continued her Way southward after Helman left the train sunday night. In a letter left by him to the chief Polico Helman charges that the woman attempted to Poison him by putting a Quot drug in his Coffett in a Chicago res Tau rant yesterday Helman also gave a description the jewelry stolen and requested the chief police to apprehend the a woman saying that she was her Way to new Orleans and would Bis found at 1229 rapport Street tuesday morning. He further charged that she was engaged in the. White slave traffic and that she ha4 plied her game in Chicago Mem photo and other cities up and Down ther Mississippi River. The woman stayed in Terre haute Quot during the holidays and worked in Helman s store. While there Man charges in his letter she stole the jewelry. He followed her to Indianapolis and then to Chicago in an it Effort to Force her to return it. She promised that she would if he would come to Terre haute with her. No. Explanation is made by Helman Why he failed to recover the properly. When he went to his room at the hotel nothing strange was noted in his manner. He was not seen again until hotel attendants found him lying dead the floor this morning. A a the widow the dead Man is an invalid and totally daughter miss Christine at his bedside. Is starring As Henriette in a Israel and is greatly missed from the caste. William Merrell and family have received word that a. G. Norman Cincinnati is dangerously ill and that his daughter. Miss Christine Norman who has been starring in Quot Israel Quot As Heriette has forsaken the stage to attend the bedside her father. As miss Norman s part in the play is a leading one her absence is keenly Felt by her manager who is having some trouble in pleasing his patrons with miss Norman s ii from cavity in Joseph pippin s Chest. I diagnosis made by . Sex a who says patient s affliction Quot is not if very serious. Tuesday s Dally. After consultation sunday by two local physicians in the Case Joseph in pippin who has been ill for about two weeks . Sexton was called and diagnosed the Case. He Gaye in As his opinion that there was no liver trouble As had been first though i that water had accumulated in the cavity about the liver. He Adelaed tapping and the removal a portion but not All the fluid. An inclsio9i&Quot was made yesterday by local phyla a clans and a part the fluid Watcil ii drawn off and the. Operation May be repeated. Or pippin comp Lang Rifi it severe pain after the operation . Sexton assured his fail there was nothing alarming condition and that he would about. Joe s Many Friend Jolce if this prediction

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