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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1910, Connersville, Indiana Vol. 76. No. 10. Connersville ind., . 1�, 1010. 5�1.00 per a tall is ill and ill but had a very narrow escape from death yesterday col Goethals canal Engineer wants big ditch to be caught in Frog threw himself prone on Firo und Ami car and part of Ensine i in Over Hinis conductor stopped lust in time. Wednesday s news. Lesse Mcfall has Ireat cause Foi rejoicing since yesterday for he for several moments almost in the jaws of death. Or. Mcfall who is a brakeman employed in the a. H. Amp u. H 1 Yards was walking on a track in the Yard when one of his feet was it aught in a Frog. A car and engine on the same track were fast Ai i it coaching to where he was imprisoned and no time was left for removing his shoes which would have allowed him to go free. He quickly threw himself prone face downward on the track allowing the train to i ass Over his prostrate body. The car and part of engine had passed when the conductor being apprised of or. My fall s plight stopped his train. Or. Mcfall escaped unscathed but his danger was of the greatest. Had the two brakes that Are allowed to drag pointed in his direction his body would have been torn to pieces but by the greatest Good Luck they were turned directly of Josite from where he Lay. Although a very Hearty lost his appetite for several hours and it was Only today that could relish his food. Ces sea Dill m l a dealer advised of invade in to it ii . Lfiirtease0f50cents in the Price of iii it Coal has just Lei ii received soft Coal has advanced a a to $1.50 per ton. Wednesday s Kven Ink new. Local Coal dealers received advices today of an increase of about Noc per ton on the Price of hard Coal which follows an Udvanc of about the same an out in the Price of soft Coal that was recently put in to effect. Hard Coal has been sel ing locally for $8 per ton but dealers say that they will have to ask $8. .0 for it in the future. One dealer remarked Tofty that this was the first time with one exception in Hia Long experience in the l usines8 that hard Coal has been advanced after the first of september. The exception of cute Many years ago. The Price of hard Coal has been fixed about the first of sei tempi r and remained at that Ligure throughout the cold weather season. 8cahcitv Ltd a Coal. There is apparently a Scarcity of Coal throughout the country As dealers Are having trouble getting their shipments. It is thought too that the approaching cold weather will Only tend to aggregate this condition. Neither would it be surn Riding if the i let of soft Coal took a outlier jump before Winter closed. Duluth inii., nov. to the Federal order prohibiting liquor in territory covered by Indian treaty the brewery at Duluth minn., Lias been closed according to August Finger i�re8ldent of the Finger Browing company of this City. There Aro three other breweries in the sixteen counties affected which or Finger it Ampy will be closed Issue will be executed to pay Lien on roads. Lioi ids will he issued later hut not Prol ably till All other matters Are settled nothing said As to Houte. Indianapolis nov. 16.�?the Indianapolis amp Cincinnati traction company which recently was Dis closed of at a receiver s Sale was be organized yesterday with Charles l. Henry of this City As president Ani eneral manager. Theodore f Rose of Alincic is vice j Reid it it in Aid John f. Wild of in Diana Olis Secretary and treas ire. The boat i f directors consists of Winfield t. Durbin Aid Williim j. Alford o a Deison t. F. Rose and George a All of , John j. Ai i al j wild and Charles l. Henry o Indianapolis will m. Frazee of itus Hville and John t. Beasley of Terre haute. The new company has capital Stock of $,0 0,000 and a Bond Issue of $1.300,0 a will be exited the latter Ai count to be so t Iside for closing up the rect Uver hip. Thu be Bonds it was said yesterday will be a first Lien on the properly. Officials of tie company said this will be the Only Bond Issue at present with thu exception of for iii Rovt ine its. It was also said Liere will he. In the Futuik an Issue of $ 1.2r.o, Umi Lor thu Extension of the line from either Coli Nerville or screens Lairg toward Cincinnati. It is expected the will be turned Over to tiie new officers within a few Days and the re Eiver shop wound i As soon As . To locations a pinned Down by tree at new w a two deaths and a sick list of nine. Just from Naples. Ski Alicr san Hori to let old in car Jet inc and a duct precautions on Hoard a i Roni in Fecit d districts. Edward Hiser la referred Ltd Uick death to la eng hopi less is livering. New Vork november it. Wit i two deaths during he voyage Iron what evidently was cholera and sick list of nine including several rho m a suspect to i he Steamer san Giorgio arrived Here today from a les and i Alermo and was Quot Cle aimed at quarantine Lor bacteriological examinations in the cases of thu sick iia sengers. The two of the two victims one a child of two years who Diedo Days thursday a d Friday for thanksgiving. Ami two atm is Fogt a Christmas and Jonii icing of dih engiber l t and on january 2. I Hore will be two vacation periods in tile City schools this year. School will close on thanksgiving eve november 1and will not open again until the monday following november this Means adjournment Over thursday and Friday. On Friday evening december 1�5, till City Shooks will lose not to reopen until january 2, which Means two full weeks for Holiday vacation. A nov Ember 12, and the other it Mother who died today were it sea the woman just before the Steamer enter gtd port. Tue two fatalities were reported m the vessel As due to acute Gastro a note Ratib but there seems to be no doubt that hey were cholera victims although health officer Doty declined of make an official announcement. I referring to wait the results of the bacteriological examination. The san Giorgio left Naples no Ember 1 with Twenty two Cabin and 221 Steerage passengers. Of that Sast fifty three were from infect ii districts and were held in quarantine t Naples on the Steamer Marsala or five Days while sixty eight pass a through the City from the Interior and were isolated in a building near he water. They were sent on a it Ard the Steamer at Anchor in the pen Bay. On november 2 t in san i Oglo stopped at Palermo where lie embarked five Cabin and 4t>ii it rage passengers. Sparks declines t u c a Heady to Ltd a Way to judge i ii t Alonzo Blair. Tie report that judge will , of Kusi Iville Soho was debited for judge of the sixteenth us Ivial circuit by Alonzo hair a Democrat of this City would he election of or. Hair. Has been iut in wide circulation both in Lush and Shelby counties for i ust Day or two. Says the Shelbyville . Judge Sparks was seen in regard o the matter this afternoon ail la stated Tjit he was not in Lavoi of such a move. Quot in there were any great Hopes Chat i could retain tiie office. 1 Milit lie in favor of contesting the election but As there is not 1 will give Way to the newly elected judge Quot vere the sum and substance of or. Sparks s reply. Air. Sparks was Defeated for re Lection by Nineteen votes and it was thought that enough prohibitionists voted their own straight ticket which was without a i candidate for a Ludge and then voted for Ludge Sparks for that position to re elect him. It was believed that May i to Albi zionist votes were thrown wrong Man. Richmond ind., nov. If Oscar Mashmeyer who returned today from Jeffersonville where he went to take William Newman to the lle Lor Matory was the victim of mistaken identity while there. Mash Meyer who is do Suity sheriff of Wayne co Suity was placed under arrest held for identification and a leased Only when eve Ideue was produced showing that i was the wrong Man. The Letier Sonvich it police Weie looking for a Man who passed a m i a and As Mash Meyer was a. Stranger and waiting for a train he was rounded up on suspicion. Anderson ind., nov. A he discovered that iii Back and Hii s were crushed by u tree falling on Hini and while two had gone for assistance Edward Hiser. A de 21 years a Fai Nier uii ler took to end iii Suft iming by Cut Ling iii Throat Wotli iii pocket a title Liis al t Nicori. Wheir Fanti cars Laue and re tii nied to lii iii Uliey fou iid iii Throat a Allied and he begged tie Tuen to Kil Hini. D spite iii injuries he lived uii lil he was taken to iii Home. General fall in food stuff expected throughout country link al la rices must soon Heston do Diop of 2 to a cents on Heta meats in a a York Chicago and s. has taken on new life Are out. And Are Leing freely Favorale if tax Payi is show their desire to have Imai is for hitching. At last there seems to be a real making up to the importance of a Tig better facilities for Farmers t. Litch their teams when visiting tin ity. The news has frequently Call 1 attention to the necessity of sue. A a Rovision while tie county out Ide the l ity has grown rapid i i population and Wealti in recen cars. More than half of the Hite ing Racks about the court House i a re have been a it it moved and n other place has been provided As f is Titbit it. Petitions were Starte ine months ago i praying the count a a missioners to buy Hitchin id but in seme manner the i. A died out and nothing a it lie. Now tie work has been revive. R 1 the petitions Are again Beau Quot Mcula ted and Are being freely signed. The 1 �1 it. The commercial club banquet to i give it non Decem Lier 15 will be i. Ier the Audi i les of the Rural men a ers of to lug club. They will on thai x Casion do a goodly portion of that talking and the Quot City follows Quot feel hat they deserve a few Quot hot n addition to the other viands that will he served on that Orea Shioji Foi the Way the hit Eli rack propos Iti. Has been be it lied. Lowr var if lii u Oik Tiow on foot a it ii sheil the Han Piet May i Roxe a time for All to re Jiei together. It is tia the commissioners Are willing to birr he necessary ground if a reasonable number of taxpayers them to do so. Township figures. The news Imp lilies today a table of the vote Lor co Minersville town ship officers at the recent ele tion. Rile names of every candidate is Given and the vote tor each in All of the ten ii resin to. The Uepi Bli can towns ii ticket was fleeced in its entirety by. Majorities ranging from 1 i to 1�1. The Large st vote ast for the township ticket Aligre Gates 22,this total representing the combined vote of George f. Stewart and Lohn be doorkeeper. T Richmond palladium. Announcement of his candidacy for the position of Elief door Kieper of the House of has been made by Martin let a Ermas or the Well known Jusli ctr of the peace of Cambridge City. Or. Itow Eisinas ter is enlisting the s i Porf of his Many friends throughout tie county and state and is inv paring to make a Strong canvass among he representatives. Chicago nov 1.&Quot. Meat and to Dice dealers throughout the country report a Shar Dro in duri iii Theja ast week due according to most Universal opinion to a bump Quot a Corn crop and unusually heavy i dec it its of cattle and Piork at the i a tion s big stockyards. The Deli i it in includes every Liinus it eggs which dealers every flu re agree Are destined to go higher in the immediate Vicinity. In Chicago the decline since of her is from 50 to 7 5 cents on cattle and the Chicago Market in general is 50 cents lower than it was a . K ago. Hogs have dropped from it 5 a Hundred on oct. Is to $7.82 to the following table which is to tical of the Market throughout 1 ii country shows some of the red actions in Chicago in the last week this week. Week. Iii Gar .5c i i me flour bbl. $g.75 i Quot Ork .lgca22c 20 ii2 2c Lamb. Loc 15f Quot Hickens .15 beef to Misc 12t/21 new York dealers say that t Ltd wholesale Prie of beef has gone off in an average of % of a cent in to e last week. Sii Doin st it a that h is brought 24 cents a Pound is now seling at 22 cents porterhouse Steak is Down 3 cents a Pound Selling at 2 ends. Fresh i Ork products Hoover show the greatest drop Marki a Taleis Selling cuts for roasting to 1 s e its a Pound that formerly brought 22 cents. Deau is say Ali it the reduction is due in part to t n combination of past High o Ork and Low Prii is of feed who h de to an Inci eased raising of to s in st. Lotis retail markets bout t Quot Resh Moats at 2 t 3 cents found Chea or than a week a cd Ork loins Hldi were sold in wholesalers at 15 cents last Well. A Rought 12 cents today and a of carcasses declined from 11 to cents. The consumer has receive d rhe Hene it of the decline deah is declare. Representatives of the Chican packers in Ashi i ton Are Attrill it eng the decrease in Pri Lek to tin Large Corn Roii. As a result of t u a rot. They say the Western farm s Are overcrowding the maket i ii their Shipu its of live Stin i. Elude Sale dealers stated today t at of meats were taking a t Ini he with the indications of sym pail a tie lii f for the Yahnig a Thor lines of food supplies if the a Tailer Only passes the glad tidings along. In the wholesale Quarter it was said that the Irice of beef had he ii Redvict d Between a and 5 cents a i Pound by the a hackers. At the same time the a Irice of pork had a it it a Down about o cents. Also pluralities of successful congressional candidates socialists Are ahead Lead i by 2,60s�?� heaviest in Large cities democrats have even to dirty joint Laliot majority. Suffered paralytic stroke last night for third time friends lose Hopf. Sears Roebuck amp co. To cd it big Meion Quot Keady to declare a dividend of ten million dollars. Chicago nov. It. A $ 1 Quot Melon Quot been decided iii ion by the directors of Sears Roebuck is co., the Stock a of which is listed on the new Voi k and Chicago. A chaises. The dire tors voted to recommend a Stock dividend of a i ler cent on the Eom Nion Stock you ski to Hob is of record april 1, 1 a 1. Canvassing vote. Sheriff Anson Miller is at Kish Moi id today where he went to assist in canvassing the Vot it for Loilit retire tentative from Fayette and Wayne counties. The last str Ltd be the worst she has suffered is the wife of John l. Manlove. A i to Vincnt Stock irs. Olin l. Manlove. D Bern lie. Suffered another stroke of ii last and her Ciui Ditri list a to i Homie less. I his lie third attack she has had an Ltd one. Is erday the a iii it physio Ian had called and. A d lii Siisi if As i i it vas d e l is Svaip of Eil hand a train i not Liin Quot res Quot Slu we cover. Therefore the stroke Comert a i i be upon the Good debuts. S the relatives very much. The husband an 1 near relative a Quot at mrs. Maii o e s bedside d All t at love and duty can i kit it tic last hours pea Eul. Mrs. Manlove is the wife of Farmer and Stock dealt i Well known throughout the lie and his wife have Many friends in the City who Are very sorry to it Arn of her illness. Hui Ifill Ca appeared on streets today from Lexington factory. Crom Model a u ii is Golden drown in i dir with Ai lanced machinery Shii ted today. One Ollie iii st handsome Lais Over by t n Bere was on the stiff to tot Lay. It is of Llie Model of 1 i i 1. Ami was the Tarsi of its Kinin Turi Icil 111 Liy the Lexington motor Cabin airy. The car is Jenfei to iii usual it Lias Atli Aniced has de tac Halile Tore it ors and is paint etl a heal Itil Gohl ii Crown which at Olioli at trails the . These Lugt a Ever Are anion its least import it features tic i ice car was shipped this Aile Rimoon along Wiltil to Quot tor Pydo cars and one , to tie Xiu Uton company s representatives Burkhart crib Nikii in Angeles California. They will he i tiered in thi Auto show to he Ihui there the Tarsi week in 1 i Enisher. $300 Pearl. Perre haute. Ind. Nov. 1 5. A. W. . Harbour ave ii. Woi Ihl net wait for his wife to Cook and by eating them raw he is of better Olf. For he found a Pearl of that in his plate. Thero in no Doi lit of the Vaine which was by a Vinerts. 1 .4.2x,. Of. 1 a. Indiana Solis nov. 1c.�?officiai returns compiled by the state Board of election canvassers show that let w g. L Lingham democratic candidate for Secretary of state carried Indiana by 12, votes. The official count for auditor of state gave William h. O Brien the democratic candidate a a duality of 12,259 Over a John e. Reed Republican. The official returns of the contest for seats in the state legislature show a democratic majority on joint ballot of thirty ten in the Senate and Twenty in the House. Cox leads Foh Congress. In the congressional contest Wil Ham e. Cox democratic representative from the third District received the highest plurality�?6,701 votes. John a. M. Adair democratic representative from the eighth District receive i a plural to of 6,14� vote Verr a in Warren his re pub a. It potent Edgar d Quot Rumpa Ker 1. Iblis in re resent Ailva fro a t a Leith District and the Only r pub i an ele ted to a se.-1 in Congress cd lived 1 Phi reality of 2,030, the official ret inns showed to e i owing Plu al tics in the con-,re8-ional contests i8. Candidates. Plira lit. John w. Boehn d.3 8 William a. Cui iop d. 1, i Liam e. Co.\, a. 1. Lin Oln Dixon. D. I Zilph w. Moss. D. Ltd i Only a Gray d. 7. C Arles a. Korbly. D. S. J. A. M. Adair a. Mirt a a Morr s in d. 0. Edar d. Or Unitia it p. Geo e w. I. R . Cyr s clin1it Niy a. Barn at. D. I. Rhe Munok ill tips. The Sigust vote c st by the party was for George hit i dilate for Secretary of state. He received 17,02 4 votes. The socialist arty polled 19.632 votes for Secre Ary of state. In no Case did the so palist labor party poll More than ,000 votes their candidate for Sec teary of state receiving 2,974. All a arties polled a total of 626,933 otes for the head of the ticket. The socialist party polled its head est vote in Marion Madison Vigo and st. Jose Jedi counties. The vote in Vlad son county was 1.7s9 in mar on county. 2.3a0 Vigo 1,017 st. Joseph. Allen 694 Greene 12. And Sullivan 419. The prohibition party Jio led 940 votes in Irant county 63�o in Henry 744 in Marion and 501 in Wells county. A l. I it Metz High Max. J. L. Peetz candidate for state Sta mistician. Led the Republican ticket he plurality of Hia opponent being 11,449. Douglas Morris candidate of judge of the supreme court led he democratic ticket his plurality a Leing to 7�. E. E. Noah of the ninth District made the Best showing perhaps of iii Republican in the congressional inc it save Crumpacker who won by.020 in the tenth District. Or. Morrison Defeated Charles d. Lan Dis in the ninth District two years ago. By More than 2,000. His majority Over or. Neal is but Are injury not new York november 16.�?seven men were injured three so seriously that they will probably die when the. Automobile in they were re turning downtown from the Walske ler bout in Bronx Borough today crashed with a trolley cat a Harlem. Not an occupant of the automobile escaped injury. Georg a Stivers was dragged under the of a for thirty feet and was picked tip d ing. Charles Larklin and Jam. Buchanan also were probably fatally Hurt

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