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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - September 1, 1910, Racine, Wisconsin The weekly informal trill be held at the country club this evening. State game Warden George Rickeman was in the City on business yesterday. Staie game Warden Geoge Rickeman of Madison bras in the City yesterday to afternoon. I the Jorgenson Clauson baseball team a will play the royals at Horlick Park next sunday. A regular meeting of the Board of will be held tonight. A Short session is expected. Yesterday saw the close of the Straw Liat season for 1910 and today the fall Liat came into use. Prof. Schulte s dancing will hold its first meeting at Koste nmn s Hall next monday evening. The North Side boys club is being re furnished and fixed up and will be opined in a few Days. Plover Are plentiful in Racine county this year Cao ording to Farmers. The sea Json far shooting them opens sept 10. I Twenty five a gents of the Racine sat Iiley company from the South and West lore in the City meeting at the factory. A literary and musical program will Libe Given at the first m. K. Church this evening followed by an ice Cream so Ocial. The Racine Sattley co., shipped a Large consignment of express wagons to the National express co., of Chicago this the annual convention of the state Public school teachers will be held in Milwaukee in november the local instructors will. Attend. The Case t. M. Cov is making a big shipment of machinery to the South West this week. A special train will leave today Over the St. Paul Road. Pat Mcmanus of Milwaukee one of the most efficient men in the state game Warden s department attended the elks Clam bake at Central Park yesterday. Eugene Murphy of Jackson Street who recently underwent an operation for a Jpn Licitis at the St. Mary s Hospital a reported to be on the Way to Complete recovery. The Roto league will meet in Castle Liall this evening for Tho first time in several when an entertainment will be Given and plans made for the fall Nontha. The nights Are getting so cold that on any residents Are starting up their fur Naces. This is the first time that fires have had to be built so Early in the year for some time. Wallace Ingalls assemblyman Anc candidate for Congress on the Republican Pieket addressed the of to Simmons factory in at noon yesterday. Far Riners around this Section of the predict that there will be heavy during this month. The state secret societies and every one is ally invited to attend. Early this morning the. First layer of Shalt was Laid on Park Avenue. Hun reds of people gathered to witness the operation. A Large steam roller is pm Oyid in smoothing the hot Asphalt and asking it Down. The work will a ast Ned to completion before cold Wea ther. The new criminal photograph Cabinet As been installed in the office of the Lief of police. It is a great improve ent Over the old Way. On the inter r of the Cabinet is a Large album con Kinin it photographs of criminals arrest d Here and sent to prison and Many v the Cool nights arc a sure sign o Frost to come. Assistant health officer John Holborn Sybo has been confined at the St. Mary s i capital with typhoid fever was Able to i Down town today and unless he has a relapse will soon be on duty again. As yet no Trace of the boy who him horse and Rig from the Ralph Lawrence livery Here and left it in Kenosha has been found. The animal has been re turned to its owner Here by the police. The Sarah h., owned by w. M. Hoyt of Winnetka arrived in port yesterday afternoon and remained until this morn ing. Tho Craft is a 36-foot an was built by the Racine boat company e. W. Stanfield and wife of Tola. Kas have been travel my through Canad and principal cities in the East for the past month Are now visiting at the Horn of their aunt mrs. Edna Stanfield o 3001 fourteenth Street. The new addition to the Jorgenson Krogh clothing store at the Junction i almost completed. The new fixtures a being installed and the place will Soo lie ready for occupancy. The addition adds thirty feet to the depth of the Jet Ore. An Organ grinder with it Monkey a Fca Een and heard on College Avenue yester Day. It is thought that the misguide son of Italy was under the Impressio that Spring was just starting owing t the fact that the grass is just beginning to turn Green. Up to 12 of clock today forty out o one Hundred milk paddlers an in doing business in the City a for a renewal of License. The health department warns dealers to be a Hustle on or there will be arrests an prosecution. A Large new addition 100 by 100 fee being built on the Case t. M. Co. Boiler works. The building will be Brick reinforced with steel. It will be completed by cold weather and will add d Large amount of floor space to the boiler department. Rev. C. G. Sterling of the National Christian association will preach Sun Day evening in the Christian reformed y september 1. 19 to. Daily Jot Jekal thursday Genera this morning the Steamer George Urnham Laden with lumber and bound or Chicago Cine into port for shelter. He boat has a deck Load More than Wicnty feet higher than the rail. As Here is quite a. Heavy sea on the Lake Captain of the Steamer feared that in deck Load might Roll off. Several local horseshoes will attend he state convention of horseshoes fat Oconomowoc next saturday and sunday locksmiths from All Over the state will e present at the convention and great reparations have been made for their entertainment. Theater parties and ban sets will be Given in their Honor. A couple of bicycle riders collided at he Corner of state and Marquette streets St night. Both of the riders were for Peers and they talked Good and loud each other. One of the wheels was More or less damaged and the men Bruise they did not give names but each lamed the other for the collision. Last evening at the meeting of the retail merchants association at Utley s All Christian Johnson the Junction real state Man was elected Secretary of the to fill the vacancy mad i by he resignation of William Mark. Or Ohnson is Well known in every Section f the City and is Well qualified to fill he position. Henry Hess reported to the police of e that a Large piece of Brussels carpet and been stolen from his stand at the Omer of Racine Street and Dekoven a Mie valued at a number of boys and told him a peddle was seen hanging around the place and he believed that he peddle knew something about the heft. The police Are now making an tort to locate the peddle. Early this morning the sunday school scholars of the St. Luke s and Immanuel hutches were astir Early it being the vent of a. Joint picnic at the Chaut Junqua grounds. They were conveyed to the pounds in busses and cars and Are Laving the time of their lives. At noon Here was served Good things including be Cream. Running and other athletic stunts Are on this afternoon. Martin Monk who was dangerously injured at the Carroll Coal Yards a numer of weeks ago by a bucket falling and striking him on the head while he was employed roofing a building will not die As was expected. Yesterday he was nit Riding and the attending physician says that there was removed a piece of Lis Skull three by four inches. A plate will be inserted in. The Skull within a few Days Gentie. Modoc a foreigner was so full last night that he crawled under a Bush at the Chicago North Western railway Park and went to sleep. When an of 3cer aroused him with to couple of clips on the soles of his shoes he was Good and mad and quite saucy. In the municipal court this morning he pleaded guilty to being drunk. Not having to pay a Fine he went Over to jail for ten Days. The chief of police of Waukesha wis., phoned the police department Here last night that mrs. William Barnard an old resident of that City cad died Sud Denly at that place and that the funeral would be held today also requesting that her brother Buel Carpenter be notified and sister. Mrs. Julian Ding Roan. After some inquiry it was ascertained that or. Carpenter had moved to Kenosha but his son was found on Pearl Street and he notified his father. Mrs. Miss May Hoyle of fourth Street is i visiting friends at Delavan Andrew Dahlstrom of Maple Street is visiting friends at Eagle Lake. E. J. Janes of sixth Street has returned from a visit with friends in Chicago. Jerome Foley of North Chatham Street is visiting friends in Minneapolis. Ralph Ramsey of Beloit is visiting or. And mrs c. J. Ramsey on Wisconsin Street. George Hall of College Avenue is spending a few Days in Chicago on Busi Dingman was also notified. Low colonists fares to Cali fornia via the Chicago Mil Waukee St. Paul railway. Daily from August 25th to september 9th and from october 1st to october 15th, 1910, Low one Way colonists fares in effect to san Francisco los Angeles san Diego and Many other Points in California Arizona and Nevada via the Chi Cago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway and connections. For exact fares routes and train service inquire of local c. M. And St. P. By agent or write f. A. Mil Ler general passenger agent Chicago. The state fair management will main Tain a Bureau of information upon the fair grounds in Milwaukee for one week prior to and during the state fair with a Branch office in the City. Special at Tention will be Given to securing rooms in Milwaukee West Allis or Waukesha for fair visitors. On and after tuesday sept. 6th, parties wishing to secure rooms Tor imitated times can make application to Bureau of information state fair grounds West Allis. and location and Price of rooms will be Given. Another big free picnic at Davis North Racine addition sunday and labor Day september 4th 5th. Saloons and air ships fighters free refreshments Good time for everybody and everything free. Take m. R. And k. Cars. Get off at Davis Street. The doings be Gin at 2 o clock each Day. Miss Helen Johnson of Asylum ave nue is spending a few Days at Wauke Sha. N. P. Nelson of sixteenth Street has returned after several weeks in new York. Miss Nellie Henderson of fourteenth Street is visiting with fond do Lac friends. Jmargaret Rowlands of sixteenth Street after a week s visit with friends in Milwaukee. M. Summers of Lincoln Street has re turned to his Home after visiting friends in Green Bay. John Wagner and party of friends left this morning in an Auto for an Outing at Brown s Lake. Congressman A. Cooper of this City addressed a gathering of voters at Janesville last evening. Morris Jones of Washington Avenue left this a morning for a week s visit with friends in Chicago Roy Phelps a Fowner Well known Racine boy now of Beloit is visiting friends on North main Street. H. J. Montgomery of Lafayette ave nue left this morning for a visit with friends in Michigan. Edgar Jacobs of Washington Avenue left this morning for Chicago where he will spend a week visiting friends. Miss Martha Mutson has returned to her Home on Washington Avenue after an extended visit with Milwaukee friends. Lawrence Mclooney has returned to his Home on Wisconsin Street after a week s visit with friends in Delavan. Mrs. Frolochstein and son Malvin have returned to their Home in new York after visiting her Brothers in this City. Miss Mabel Parker of Center Street will leave tomorrow morning for Chi Cago to spend several Days with friends. Or. And mrs. Edward Wurz have re turned to their Home on Wisconsin Street after a week s visit with friends in Chi Cago. Martin Nelson returned to his Home on Hanson Avenue this mor Siryj after a month s trip through Montana and North Dakota. Louis Mickelson of Kinzie Avenue left yesterday for a two weeks visit with friends in the Northern part of Michi Gan. C. A. Hits celeb of the y. M. C. A. Is out after a three weeks illness during he has been confined to the hos Pital. Frank Flannigan of North Erie Street has returned to his Home after attend ing a convention of the National Cash Register salesmen at Chicago. Mrs. Chas. Kunze of grand rapids mich., and mrs. E. J. Taylor of Milwaukee arc guests at the Home of or. And mrs. J. W. Fitch of College Avenue. Miss Catherine Gilday of grand Avenue who has been visiting friends in Stockton California for the past two months returned to her Home last even ing. W. C. Schulz of Washington Avenue has returned from a two weeks trip through the Northern part of the state at Menominee Washington is land and fish Creek. Mrs. Morris Jones of 900 grand ave nue left this morning for South Billing Ham Washington where she will join her husband. They will reside in that City in the future. Mrs. J. J. Rodgers was agreeably sur prised yesterday afternoon at her new Home 1550 Holmes Avenue by a num Ber of her lady friends. The afternoon was pleasantly passed by All and an elaborate lunch was served. Mrs. Was the recipient of a handsome present from the ladies. Mrs. Eliza Kohlmann entertained a. Number of Young folks at her Home last Church Street. On Blake Avenue and Albert the Sermon will be on the evils special Sale of cloth suits Coats and dresses we have unexpectedly received a Large consignment of fall garments which we did not expect until later on account of the great new York strike and we have made great Price allowances for Friday Only 339-241 main Street Racine wis. First in everything j Quito stylish new fall misses1 and Junior misses and Junior suits made of Fine worsted they come in Many styles and colors and Worth special for Friday Only f Rykal a ladies new full length Coats of Fine All length Loats Wool Serges worsted and Novelty materials a Little later in the season these would special for Friday Only. F m t pall ran oui swell strictly Man tailored suits of Fine All Wool Georgeg the popular new fall styles Coats lined with guaranteed Satin Worth 820.00, for retd a f ladies pumps oxfords and a i High shoes in All the popular High lasts and leathers Worth up to for. Wallace Ingalls meeting. The efforts of congressman. Cooper through his postmasters who control ice papers in their personal attacks up j on me having signally failed As a last i resort Tincy Are circulating a Deap political dodger which attempts to belittle my legislative work at Madison on labor j questions. If the workmen of inc inc who believe in fair play will do me the favor of coming to the Lakeside auditorium sat urday night at eight o clock i will toll them what t have done and what i am now doing on this subject and will answer this circular. I will also take the lid off Cooper s political record. The truth will be told and these Suh ets will be handled without gloves. The Hon. A b. Barnes of Delavan and others will Spiik. This is the wind up of the. Political season. Bring your fan. As i Promise you a hot time. Wallace Ingalls. Another big free picnic at Davis North Racine addition sunday and labor Day september-4th and 5th. Balloons and air ships fighters free refreshments. Time for everybody and free. Take m. R. And k. Cars. Get off at Davis Street. The doings he in at 2 o clock each Day. Free Wall map of Racine to every one a 25c or 3sc want and to this office. School Hooks at Botsford Wooster s. Advertisement. Evening in Honor of miss Rose Essman played at and Louis of Waterford. Cinch was which miss Mamie Zirbes Bronenkant carried off the honors while the Consolation prizes went to Henrietta Weins and Roy Spencer. Notice. Prof. Severance will open his dancing schoo. Saturday evening sept. 3d, 1910, in Odd fellow Hall. School opens at social from 9 to tickets the first night at reduced rates. Chil Dren s afternoon Chiss will Start later. Isaac t. Bishop is a candidate for re election to the state Senate from this District and a vote for him september 6 at the primaries is a vote for Good gov Wall map of Racine to every one bring. School books at Botsford Wooster s. Ing a 25c or 35c want and to this office. Republican candidate for Congress at Lakeside auditorium saturday evening sept. 2nd at eight o clock will reply to the personal attack upon him made by congressman Cooper and his postmasters at Delavan Beloit and Monroe who have newspapers and that outfit will be handled without gloves. The lid will be taken off Cooper s political record the disgraceful attempt made by Cooper and his allies to belittle the Many months of work by or. Ingalls and his associates in preparing a Bill to be presented to the legislature which will provide for pay ment for death and injuries to workmen will be exposed As it should be and As All Labouring men Are vitally interested in this question Thoy should hear what he has to say As to what has been done. Come and hear him you will be entertained saturday evening eight o clock Lakeside auditorium state senator t. Bishop is a candidate for re election to that office from this District. If re elected he will support Robert m. Lafollette for u. S. Senator. Given away absolutely free an Excel Lent Wall m he of Racine to every one bringing a 25c or 3oc want and to this Oft ice. Auction Bridge score cards now on Sale at the journal office. Buy them now. The game is All the rage. Auction Bridge score cards now on Sale at the journal office. Buy them now. The game is Al the rage. Miss Florence. Bettray teacher of pin to 1142 Douglas Avenue. School books at Botsford Wooster s. Card of thanks. We wish to extend our Heartfelt thanks to relatives neighbors find friends especially the git Holic knights of Wisconsin Branch 71 the Michialis society and Xavier club for the sympathetic Aid Given us during the recent ill Ness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Kohlmann. Dancing school Christ saturday night class opens saturday sept. 3 at Guild Hall. Tuesday class opens tuesday sept. 6. Class to 9. Social 9 to re do cell rates on opening night. I con duct my classes myself and pay special attention to beginners. School books to be had at c. B. Lange s. 1334 Washington Avenue. School books at Botsford it Wooster s. J Only two More Lake excursions this season Milwaukee and return next sunday september 4th labor Day monday sept. 5th Steamer Racine both Days music dancing refreshments. Steamer Racine 2 a m. Resuming leases Milwaukee 8 p. M. Chicago Racine Milwaukee line Street Bridge. Florida land do you want to get away from the cold Winters and the hot Summers of the North do you want a Home on a Beautiful Lake where fishing is Good and you can grow Zuce fresh vegetables every Day of the year or do you want an or grape fruit Grove that will pay you Good interest Esti nent want a Young Grove or the unimproved land where you can live in Comfort and build yourself a Home of your owe to the Man looking for investment or speculation or for a. Winter Home or to the Man wanting to get a Start in life come and be my neighbor this is where i live. I will an excursion sept. 6th to Haines City to see these lauds. Why not arrange to go with for the round trip. Come in and see me or write me for Booklet. Or. M. Sample. Florida Lake Region land co. 531 main Street Racine wis

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