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Indianapolis Star (Newspaper) - September 27, 1908, Indianapolis, Indiana28 the Indianapolis Stab k in life evil Dino directory. State llfi5_buildinq direct attorneys oi.iyk1 Al. Carson. New v Rassman 40j-1i1 a hone new a detect. To. T. Johnson co. Ave n w 6708. Main 6115 advkrt1sim1 and cheap Plum a ions new 577s, or in ou4 Mac him v Burroughs adding re cond floor. P m. Man shop ate life Rivltt Ali jury or she. .1. Speaker Cannon seeing Indianapolis in Overland car. A Kentucky s executive and staff Given Jolly Welcome by men at fort. Will review troops today hours t m p in state Stan h . I Tacky c so guest partakes of guardsmen s fare but prefers to sleep i at hotel. -.7-1 -1 s73 819 a. 4 in loan l Jar Lith 1 m state to to e xr1 Hax e i tenth p mrs if -1 s-17-1 1 i landscape artist. R a i 413. Pin in min loan5 on personal prof Krov. an j. 203. J h. Or i inst Titi or. Mehl Al. Ins i Itutti 423 to 4. F. I i tie now 4207. Or. Emmons s it re 1 4 i i or. A , Ovstei path cent f it i. N i or. O. it Institute. I. Staff. M r Ted i. I h. I ads. L stavt1 alter i i. To main 117. . Put asian direct icy. In pythian bits Dimig directory. Dentist. I i., i main s73 l Liono main i t rapid. K of p or r. R Ross my. Phone 267p the it. X Jones phones Oid mar new 1644. A g 1, by i if inst rank. Phonn o vests. Or c. 0. Boyar. 2109 pays flans. A 1. Tin r i k 1 p a i Ary Ali ire main 84e. Raki estate. company. Vlnar Mclyn 690. Kant. Columbia Dairy , ground floor. B o Haworth. Prop. Profs. Rate ton shop Orond . I t main South Asp school. Karmiy school. Zvric r s638. Specialists nose. Throat. Specialists i Jah Nosk Augustus e will Ron Hla pro and eight members of f. Guji sep of Kentucky National him m a a l at the Camp of in it. Benjamin Harrison yes Terr Why. Kentucky h chief executive will ins troops and deliver a Bruff Spern to the boys at 9 o clock this to rung. "nov.1, i m not a parlor to in us a said governor will fan As ii sat Umyn on a Home made army at the head of a which Ink lighted to enjoy even ing Fried Haiti potatoes and tin of a Soldier menu Alsup ii Paf in great and upon Al Nash i Ini the Ijo Vernor of so refreshed that i. The table trn or fifteen minutes Kentucky stories. I we on in Camp but we 1 expect to stay All said maj. 1 i. W. I am but we have All taken Ronns at Pool and i a it my ref ponied governor Willson. I Tiller his pyjamas an vol inter re to get a couple of socks Nulle tic inn explained he could Plit a in ills Hollis but for his dislike in putting anybody 1 you we did t know How you Ftp out Here and decided not to inconvenience any one by staying Over governor Wullson explained. He was told that the Supply of folding cots whinge but even that did not tempt i the genial kentuckian. Executive dust. Of ulcers of the staff upheld Gover nor Wullson in his position and As a re cult Thuv enjoyed Claypool Beds rather army cots. Tha party of army vis Lloris included col. W. K. Koop col. T. A. Ii lil. Fail. Marl in Taylor col. James Lla Kett maj. Thomas h. Hays col. I thu a. Breath maj. A. A Moffat col. G. A. No Mann jr., and private Secretary mrk. E tried to find out what time you All were said Lieut. Col. P. Gregory governor and his Faith Ful followers arrived at the Kentucky after blowing their Way through the deep dust for one Quarter of a mile. 1 governor Wullson. Had rolled his trousers i few degrees in leading his i army across the hauls Field explained that he Hnin t walked much All Day and that he really had enjoyed the exercise. Ii dropped into a Nice easy Camp Stool i and bit revved the site with a few hurried i glances while greeting the boys from Kentucky. I after resting a few minutes governor Willilou and party walked through the mate troops Camp with maj. Lindsey a i is Ilde. The word had not been passed alone that the governor had arrived and the men were enjoying themselves in Tiue Soldier fashion. Hall Hail the All what the came floating in on the breezes and messengers were sent through the crowds to t hush the song services. The governor thoroughly enjoyed the men under company i inspection at Roll Call. He noticed one private who and hand in a Bandage i and Tho party of visitors while he went up to inquire As to his welfare. David f. , 924. New i my Don t that make your Mouth so main "2 tailors. J h. Krier ?31. Phone 2547. Geo sons jj3 n. Penn. St. Around floor. New turkish Baths. Arthur v. Holtegil. Masasue for men. New 15s4. Said the governor As maj. 1 sey pointed out a mess ready to be served. Here governor have some of said one of his staff. You want to get me full of prunes do replied governor Wullson As he looked at the dried fruit ready for supper. The Little joke called for a laughing recess. Aito mobiles. For Sale we offer following Peep Tennal likes the Camp. When be had seen the incinerators Shower Baths and modern conveniences of the Camp governor Wullson said maj. Hays would have fainted to see 10 my Richard s modest bequest of Century ago results in great institution. Boston proud of school Back seat left to Cannon congressman Overstreet senator Hemenway. Front h. Brown vice president Overland company at wheel George c. Hitt. Speaker Cannon and party were the guests of the Overland company last week and viewed Indianapolis from one of the factory s new cart. Ines from Louisville. His staff officers with the exception of three also came from that City. Col. Field came from Ashland col. Breath from Newport and maj. Moffat from Frankfort. They assembled at the Claypool for luncheon where their plans were Laid. During the afternoon the Kentucky Folk called on governor j. Frank Hanly to extend greetings. Governor Wullson delivered a Brief address in the House of representatives before going to Trie Post with his staff officers. They wore dress uniforms and had intended to appear in full dress but the warm weather caused a change in plans. The governor and his officers will be at the Camp today from 9 until 10. They will Uko luncheon at the Claypool and return to Louisville on the 1 o clock traction car. Receives sealed verdict. Brig. Men. Bates will consider before announcing finding in hazing Case. Brig. Gen. Robert Bates today received the sealed verdict from the general court martial on the hazing ceremonies which resulted in Fred Bartell being seriously burned. The decision will not be made Public Bates goes Over the he intends to take plenty of time before announcing his to until Brig. Gen. Case thoroughly. Sit Ion in the matter. Bartell who is still in the base hos plat was in an improved condition last night. His parents or. And Are. Robert Bartell and brother Charles arrived yesterday from Owosso Myloh. Doctors Call Poison Bluff scare l this car is absolutely new recently Pur i 4hmed. And 1 equipped with a top and i Tail front which Cost the of i this car is our Price such a. Place As this in the Days gone the major who was a Confederate officer in the Days of 61, agreed with the j chief executive that Indiana s lamp was 1 a remarkably Fine Man Euver ground. I Don t want you to make any fuss for 1 remarked governor Wullson when maj. Lindsay was making arrangements for the review. I just cume up to show the boys that i thought of them and would t want cause them any he added. The governor outlined his plans saying he would get up at c o clock eat break fast at 7 o clock catch an 8 o clock car and get to the Camp in time for review at 9 o clock. He also consented to deliver a Short speech to the men of the first t Kentucky. Governor Wullson inquired As to the showing his men had made during the period and asked if the boys who had Winton Model a for s been on duty were Well the of executive Haa had the National a. Oar to quince a with Generator mag and top. This car Lusta at our Price 11.360. By try part Oil lamps. For Par guard in the Field against the night i Onn f us since office and in proud of -.4 Thor work fit Home. Marion roadster we Are making it pretty hot for them 4-Passengfr o2b am to things pretty Well i Tri up of 7 Dac i straightened out before said gov 1 s , a i As i error Willson in Eomme Nung on the to Senger see us Fqy r Price Bacco burners of his state. The chief Stevens Duryea 4-Pas 1 executive entered Hla attack on the dark t Loci Udink Christian Caldwell Callaway Lyon and Trigg counties and the Burley District centers for the operations of the night riders. As chief executive he brought the National guard to a High Standard after a period of slight disorganization. Outlines Day i program. The governor and his staff of ulcers enjoyed a baud concert until s o clock last night. When they deserted the Camp. Col. William h. Haldeman. Commanding the first Kentucky. Is expected to arrive from Mirt Onsville this morn info in time to Greet the governor at the review. Governor Wullson arrived in Indin Napolis yesterday morning Over the Pennsylvania sender National exception ally Fine condition i we have recently instil Lucil a Battery a Toft tent and Aro part up of. To any kind of Battery repairs. War 1 Jeff and Cli Arsing electric a Hycle and v ton batteries will by Attr Euort to with Tho of All Wurl is guaranteed of to be satisfactory of our Cus of Nicks. I we employ the High St Pri Rao can foul. That moans that we have the a trial. Called Joseph Dawson who wanted t wife gets free ride. The City dispensary ambulance the Bluff of Joseph Dawson 702 Street last night when he said he had taken Poison. He was loaded into the ambulance and started to the City hos Pital. When Dawson reached the door of the surgery at the Hospital however the notion that had been nurtured during the galloping ride bore fruit. He jumped free of the detaining hand of or. Irwin and sped away. For a poisoned Man Dawson ran fast according to the Story told by cyclamen Hall and Simon when they went to the Dawson Home after the ambulance men reported Dawson had trouble with his wite. Following the quarrel he wanted to alarm her and told her he had Swal Lowed morphine. Then the ambulance came in answer to mrs. Shawnee delegation Here. Members of Oklahoma chamber of com Merce guests of Indianapolis. Members of the Shawnee okla chamber of Commerce who Are making a trip through the Central and Southern states arrived in Indianapolis in their private car at o Rock last night. They were met by a delegation represent ing the City of Indianapolis and will be guests Here today. They came from can conc Natl and leave tonight for Laporte. There Are eighteen men in the party and this afternoon they will see Indianapolis in a private car Over the lines of the Indianapolis traction terminal company. Really Market steady deals for week Charles f. Seiner Sells Corner at Washington Boulevard and forty second 8ttkeet to Oliver h. Carson. The real estate Market in Indianapolis during the week just ended while it was not a record breaker showed a steady dealing in realities the total being close to the Mark. Three interesting deals recorded yesterday. Was in Washington Boule Vard property. Charles f. Seiner sold a piece of land to Oliver h. Carson for it was a Corner let at forty second Street. Another was the Transfer of an improved property on Capitol ave West Side North of Michigan Street for the lot is 44x196 and the Deal was from William c. Ferguson to re Becca Ferguson. W. Cooper made the third Deal when sold a residence property on the West of Broadway South of fifteenth Street to Stanley m. For the real estate transfers recorded yesterday were As follows j. Burkert to t. Wood lot it Block Tuxedo Park addition. 40x184 vacant Tut Ilde Inwood North of Washington Charltie t. Seiner to Olla to h. Canon lot ii Wuhl Niton Park addition feet vacant Southeast Tornar forty Mcmond it tit and Washington Boulevard 6.m9.m Sarah b. Yarker to Marthall Hamilton lot 10, Taylor i part lot i 1. Fletcher s Oak Hill addition feet improved North Aldo Rootvelt wet of William Frankfort to of Rama Janc Leaa Truit company to Tea part quart it Tran Retlar improved tract at Junction Massachusetts and Vermont Street 1.00 Elizabeth Nicholson to scary e. Nichol half interest lot 19, Alvord a co i addition 64xls4 improved East Ashland North of eleventh Street 1.00 Kate l. Resener to George h. It ux., lot 87, Metier u Park place addition 40x150 feet. Improved Side Capitol South of fall Goorge h. To l. Breener 1.00 William c. Furgason to be bees. A. For Gason lot 6, Oll Lerps i Square 8. 44x191 feet improved West do Cap Itol Avenue North of my Holgia Street Central Trust company to Ruby b. Hunt it ux., lot 6, Belmont Garden place addition 41x140 feet vacant Corner Belmont and Barrett avenues 215.00 Union Truet co., trustee to Jesse m. Williams lot 624 Holliday i Garfield pork addition 37i4xl27 test vacant South Side Comer Street East of Shelby .260.00 Stephen Atkins to Henry Morler it ux., lot 88. Lewis it co i Arsenal Heights addition. 40x131.8 feet improved Southeast Corner of Jefferson Avenue and St. Clair Peter Bonn to Franklin p. Fetzer lot 46, Osgood i Washin con Boulevard addition 80x134 feet vacant West Side Central Avenue North of thirty Moon Street Barney d. Ladd to Settli b. Leurte trustee lot 84, co Lynli lub., Hanna s heirs addition 49x120 feet. Improved East Side Keystone Avenue North of Michigan Street 1-00 Lew w. Cooper to Stanley m. Timber Lake part lot it Butler s North addition feet unproved West Side Broadway South of fifteenth Allen b. Cleaveland to Henry Meewis lots 7, 10 and 11, Webb s sub., part Oak Hill addition. 80x128% feet each vacant. West Side Rural Street North of drive and lot 34, Parker it Al. Vacant Southeast Corner Jun drive and Rural Street. .800.00 Thomas j. Hamilton to Oliver o. Bar rett lot Morris s Oak Hill Addi Tion boxes of feet vacant East Side Parker Avenue South of Twenty third Street 410.00 Charles w. Shearer it Al. Trustees to Anderson cemetery part s. E. H Sec. 85, to. 16, h. Warren Edward Harman trustee to Fred Fink Belner lot 182, Lenox place addition feet. Improved East aide Adams Street North of Twenty eighth Street Southern lumber company to John s. Stephens lot 15, but Woodruff Addi Tion feet. Improved East Side Tecumseh Street North of Pratt Street transfers 19 consideration. For the week 194 consideration. 826, 108.44 Hanly to assist in Temperance meetings Anderson pulpits will be filled by enemies of liquor traffic _ today. Anderson. Ind., sept under the direction of the Madison county Civlo this county is to enjoy the great president to be Issue Bryan heeds committee n Obder to i text attention from tft.avkkl.1. Democratic Koui joke a Keks to ba8b Cam Faion on boo set Elt. Est Temperance Jollif cation tomorrow in its history. There will be special tem Perance delivered in All the churches. At the first m. E. Church at 3 o clock tomorrow afternoon governor Hanly will deliver an address to men and later he will address a women s meeting at Central Christian Church. The following speakers will occupy the pulpits at the morning services first m. E. Church e. Shumaker state superintendent of the anti Saloon league Central Christian Church b. M. Barney superintendent of Indianapolis District Grace m. E. Church. O. 0. Whitenack of the Terre haute District friends Church p. H. Faulk. National for the anti Saloon league first Baptist a. R Fer Olgh. Field Secretary for the league. In the evening As follows United Brethren Church e. M. Barney Hope congregational. Matthew Small Park place. O. O. Whitenack Indiana lost. This Avenue h. Faulk and methodist protestant c. A Fer Olgh. Injured by car fall. In dismounting from a West Michigan Street car at new York and West streets last night miss Lulu Speese of Greenwood fell and was injured. According to her statements she said she had taken the wrong car and on realizing it tried to step Oft As the car went around the Cor Ner. She fell and was badly bruised. At the City Hospital last evening it was thought she had also sustained internal injury. Kentucky governor and staff guests at army Post 320 North Illinois Street. V. If you want your repairing and re building clone right rail Harry Satterthwaite i automobile Engineer. North 1003. 2720 Street. Have Choice lot Borth that we can take in email machine Sis payment have other propositions for . Binkley Hartman co. B2 n. I Laware 14 Man with or More to invest in commercial truck Agency a few can now bold Here easiest Selling Propof sit Lon in the United states. Address j 13. Following parties Are wanted at Hogan Transfer and storage co office 123 e. Market it Clarence Chasteen. Cantor d Donovan i a. Fisher. My. H. I. Fletton miss Hopkins. America tones. John Miller. Joseph Stahr c. W. Archer. Jeanotte Thompson. William bal Joy William blur Burn Frfd Driggs c. O rot hat. Lena Vest w. Davis a. C. Her Bert. Call at once. I Sale or Trade five touring car in Fine shape to Trade for drug store or notion Stock. Address f. S., 901 East main Street Crawfordsville pro Ricter first class condition full equipment lamps Andrj Gen tires and magnets. Ivill sell n 2s, Pinr. Tor automobile Type a. Detachable Tonneau can be made into a delivery Wagon. 42 West then Street. C1 any one wishing to arrange 107 private lessons or class work in English grammar. English or american literature or history can miss Emree oct. A in room 7 Tho Wyandot Corner Ohio and Maua Chusett Ava. New Telephone 34s2. Ritea on household goods to or from Colorado California Washington and Oregon. Bekins mod Ern warehouses at principal Points. Rates ont of California free. Bekins shipping co 660 first nations Hank a left. Chicago. Grocery doing a Fine Bull my cheap rent tl.200. 1 will take Auto to one half of value. Address o Star. Repairing is the time to have your stove pwt a shape for Winter we repair All find our work prices Low. Fred w. H k or. 605 East Washington. Phone 1800. Garments at half English Woolen co. 107 n. Illinois. R. B. . Automobiles Tor hire. Phone so. New phone 217s solid Only Oyster House in the Olty. Jwied a. New rim less than 600 mile. Sale or track Good for vacant lot. Jacobs automobile 1030 Ler Orke Troemel i school of Emrold eve moved to tji Christian place on Pratt. Between Delaware and Ala nmn. Oyster Frank s. 113 n. Alien a. Fine condition for Rood vacant lot. Address k 4 3, touring car need Money. To Pembroke Arcade of no Uibopuu. Pm blk it bait mine factory building. Sos Hanson Avenue two Nti by Frame. 40x ij4 will rent. Or for other property. F. T. Lee a co., 1u but Street. To Roomi 448 b. Alabama it., and Comer Merrill and Kentucky ave Ibene hit. Chicago. Sept w. Bryan spurred by his party managers has decl Dei to make president Roosevelt the Issue of the Campaign. This move is to be made it u suspected in order to distract Public attention from the has cell incident has Kell proved to be so heavy a thai or. Bryan summarily removed him. Has. Kell s sudden determination to resign a Midnight last night u is now known was the receipt of a virtual command from Bryan brought by Josephus Dan leu o the Bryan publicity Bureau. This morning or. Bryan had a con Ference with the Man he had deposed As treasurer of the National committee. Bot men were in an angry Frame of mind when the conference closed and Haskell starts at once for Oklahoma. Then or. Bryan went for Hii party managers minus his genial smile. H went straight to his rooms and ten minutes of Lively telephoning Brough into hta room in i various stage of Dis Habille National committeeman Josephus Daniels John e. Lamb of in Dlana Ollie James of Kentucky John w. Tomlinson of Oklahoma Mallard Dun Lap of Jacksonville and j. G. Johnson o Kansas. At this conference or. Bryan was Tol that he would have to go after Presl Dent Roosevelt and go alter him hard that the time had passed for any incl in of language in open letters if he wanted to regain the ground he admittedly had Adloe came mostly from or Daniels and from or. Johnson but All o the others concurred in it. The cratic National committeemen especially governor who retains his membership in spite of the fact that he is in disgrace with the nominee Are exceedingly Dos pleased with president Roosevelt and or. Bryan made it known that i would write an open letter. To the Presl Dent within the next few Days that would be a plan Roosevelt answer. After the doors were unlocked or Bryan emerged with his hat and coat am the scattered to their i Haven t anything to say gentlemen said the presidential nominee the instant he was confronted by the reporters. Must hurry for my did you request or. Haskell s Resig nation Over the Telephone last night pressed one of the scribes. I really can discuss or. Haskell s letter Reiter ated the candidate. Who is going to succeed the governo As National was the next shot Don t snapped or. Bryan. Well what about a reply to Roose or. Bryan was a number of stride away by this time but he swung Aroun sharply and faced his inquisitors you May he snapped out tha i am preparing an letter to or Roosevelt covering the situation Wulc has developed. That s All i can say he made his Way rapidly out of the hotel and stepping into an automobile was taken to the Northwestern depo where lie caught the 9 o clock train of Wisconsin. Hold artillery reunion capt Curtis will come to City to Atten meeting. The artillery reunion association we curriculum embraces All the branches for increasing util Ity of modern mechanics. Boston mass., sept. Derod that among artisans Good Ives Are most Likely to make food cite so wrote Benjamin Franklin Mora Nan one Hundred and fifteen ago. N Aalde in his will Man of for the town of Boston help Young men that May mar Zeable to their since my when it was turned pm yer to Boston sum has grown to generous proper Toni and by neans of it the City to now to a magnificent Structure the Franklin Union to its deserving ambitious Young men in which unexcelled advantages offered to become a tactical in their chosen Frankom. Park the Beautiful tract of 00 acres which was nucleus of Boi ton s unrivalled Park system was not some suppose purchased through Thea gift though name is in Honor of jyanklln., the history of the bequest is an eating Story in itself. Franklin followed he precepts of his own Wise saws and aphorisms giving encouragement to and Progress recorded in his poor Rich Ard s and which Are familiar to every Schoolboy. Surely in mind his famous Maxim a Penny saved is a Penny when with characteristic humor he devised that the Gutt of should be saved and allowed to accumulate for 100 years. One thou Sand pounds Sterling was then a Fortune. He stated in his will that the principal and interest at the end of 100 years would probably amount to about j650.000, of which was then to used and the balance about j155.000, allowed to accumulate for another Hundred years. He figured that at the end of the second Hundred years the amount would about remembered his Start. In making the bequest he stated that it was in recognition of financial am Given by his Boston friends which enabled him to begin business in Philadelphia and which was the foundation of his Fortune. That Young men in similar need might have the advantage of a helping hand and become serviceable to their coun he devised that from the Date of 1u acceptance Small sums of the principal should be loaned at 5 per cent interest to Young married apprentices of Boston. The trustees who were named by him were to be the selectmen with the three ministers of tha oldest congregational Episcopalian and presbyterian churches. The Trust has been administered All these years with Boston s usual Fidelity arid Success. In 1790 Boston had a population of today metropolitan Boston which includes several closely populated communities has a population of than the Legal status of the Trust which now amounted to Over j400.000, was definitely fixed by the courts in 1904, Ana a Board of managers appointed to control it and expend the available fund. This Board created by legislative act and now designated the Franklin foundation. Is composed of Many of the Foremost citizens of Boston amongst them being former Secretary of state Richard Olney and James j. Storrow president of the Boston merchants association and vice president of the chamber of Commerce. Probably nothing could have been More in Accord with the donor s desires than the satisfactory outcome of their in Deavors. With the Franklin fund at bos ton s disposal and an endowment fund of contributed by Andrew Carnegie. Board of managers planned to establish an institution that should be especially for the Young men who had already started in life but no yet needed instruction necessary to them Good apprentice and then artisans. For this purpose the pres ent Franklin Union was erected. Hold its annual Assembly at the Rippl ont Lnor club on Tho Hanks of Whitfi construction use Ana near Ejier Sulu us tag crud on uie Baruch or White Ndu Gurla electricity and the common River today and tomorrow. Capt. James Boston Center of culture Boston is the educational Center of the country with its great universities its musical class local scientific and technical Union gives it finish ing touch and makes it also the Leader of the movement for commercial and Industrial education. It has a Fine High school of Commerce a Mechanic arts school several manual training schools and other unexcelled institutions for manual and physical culture. The new Structure is located in the geographical heart of the City. It is Nve Story fire proof building of steel and Concrete. With outer Walls of Bedford Stone and Brick following the colonial style of Franklin s Day. Its length of 160 feet and Width of 100 feet give a file room for the comprehensive courses of study to be undertaken. The decorative features have been Well chosen. Houdini s celebrated bust of Franklin greets one at the Entrance. Carved Bas reliefs portray ing the Staple products of Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Are surmounted by tha coat of arms of the Commonwealth. Wrought Iron Gates the product of artist and Artisan Are used effectively. A series of friezes illustrate Franklin Many characteristics while several of his maxims selected from poor Richard s inscribed on panels about the lobby. Departments of schools Eto the utilitarian features of the building include a lecture Hall witty a gallery of a seating capacity of laboratories for every Branch of mechanics thirteen class rooms a Library Etc., All equipped with the latest devices. Instructors selected from the leading manufacturing industries will train the pupils in the practical Side of mechanical drawing machine details which Means the taking apart and Assem bling of All kinds of machinery Onechan alsm or the problems of pulleys cams gears Etc. Architectural drafting from the builder s viewpoint shop formulae and Industrial arithmetic practical Mathe Matics for carpenters and builders Industrial chemistry with special reference to important commercial products steam engines and boilers dealing with their construction use and heat generation b. Curtis of new York president of the association will attend. Capt. A Kirtles who o Ingli application of mechanical principles. The courses Are open Only to those who Are employed during the Day. To All such is in Chicago will come of Indianapolis youths and Adulte of the entire country this after soon and will remain until tues i this splendid institution and the oppor Dav. He is credited with bringing the i tune Les that it affords Are available by in i the payment of an insignificant yearly fed from for residents to for non residents. Artillery into National prominence former years he won numerous prizes for efficiency in Drill. H. H. Van we. General chairman and Charles Eddy financial Secretary of the association Haxe distributed of the reunion to All artillery members and a Large attendance is expected. Entertainment and refreshments will be provided for the guests. The Outing grounds Are near Broad Ripple on the Nob Leeville i inti Urban line but also can be reached from the Broad Ripple division with a few minutes walk. Top Row left to William Moffatt col. James l. Hackett col. W. E. Koop col. T. A. Field and col. Otto a. Breith. Bottom Row left to George a. Newmann maj. Thomas h. Hays governor will son Mckenzie r. Todd and Elliott Taylor aide de Camp to governor Willson. Governor Augustus k. Wullson of Ken Are at the Camp of instruction at i will review the flirt Kentucky Tutoky and a portion of he flu Tail the party i which in la Unpi thu threw 5 face Al re her intended struck her during i quarrel. York. Pa., sept. 26. Heln Inger while in a jealous rage threw carbolic acid in the face of her Lover John channels. The Man s face was Basly burned. A Friend of the Hel Lnger woman tried to intercede in behalf of channels and. In consequence caught a dose of it on the Arm. Mian Hel Nungar and channels were arrested. When to hindquarters the woman claimed that channels had rom to her Bryan s Friend forgets honors to cause Stampede John h. Birch or. Present civil War Veteran in new Jersey to defeat own son. Built Nifon n. J., sept. Ing personal honors for himself and his son. James h. Birch sr., Well known through the country As the new Jermit Friend of w. Ryan stampeded democratic congressional convention of the second District in this City today for Geti. E. Bui d grub famous civil War of Tran sex in Ltd states minister to Spain and the no manse of the re publican party for nov nor. It turned the convention from what looked like a Cut Mas h. Birch Nicin Asso the Industry in this City into a red hot fight Over candid tips. Tho Plyler had room Tutti p Vor Ner Lizul Ortink Varly in the rom be evening and that they had end he struck her. Sho expressed great for channels and at appear part hysterical. He refused to make a charge s f tl10 Mrtin the elder Birch against her but District attorney am rushed into the and not Only Mon has taken the matter in charge and secured the Nom Natlo Gen. Rubb but will that the woman does not go in led in the big cheering for ao4 c invention do not know Flint ills indoor moment of the delegates until a committee went out to

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