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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - September 12, 1907, Racine, Wisconsin The jul 1kac1jne daily journal thursday Arteby Boisr september 12 j9o7fc pointed Star labor Well at whatever our hands and hearts find to do in the years us the fun Titre historian write across the imperishable scroll Noble in Herf in her Churty and grandest of All in her tender humanity the Fame of the grand army the Republic has come Down to us in song and Story glorified by poet Painter and historian and encircled by a fight which the world will not willingly let die membership of g a r 222748 the report of adjutant general Joseph w Cine air off grand army of the Republic which was made Public at the Encampment Here today shows that the membership of the grand army of the Republic on june 30 1006 was 222748 based on returns from All but eight states Georgia Idaho Indian territory new Mexico and North Dakota from which no returns have been received the High water Mark of members in the army was reached in 1890 when 409489 were enrolled since that time death has rap idly depleted the ranks of the aged vet Erans and general Oneal Lri report shows that 0052 members died in the last twelve months the report shows that 5506 old soldiers joined the g a r the year the total number of posts in the army is now 5070 general onealus report says Tliatha Deen expended for Relief during the year for permanent Headquarters general Oneall strongly recommends that the g a r establish permanent Headquarters instead of changing its Home office each year As is Row the prac Tice urge military instruction the first business session of the forty first annual Encampment of the grand army of the Republic took place today Patriot instructor gos urged that Steps be taken to place military instruction in the curriculum of the Public schools or Johnson recommended that the establishment by the government of hospitals for insane veterans be hastened hornets nearly Cost life finances of cites relations of the owners of real and personal property pay but half of amount Large sums from licenses Saloon fees reached ment Bonds of swelled the to Bonds of redeem Rolls show increase y m c a to merchants judge Belden delivers interesting address in Kenosha on value of the organization judge e b Belden of this City was the guest of Honor at the regular dinner of the Kenosha merchants association held in the auditorium of the y m c a on tuesday evening and he gave a very interesting address before the Mer chants on the subject the relations of the Young mens Christian association to the merchant the judge was Seco Fairbanks nuptials tonight at six thirty this evening youngest daughter try prominent manufacturer will Wea Milwaukee newspaper artist formerly of Racine Belle City fair store our weekly bargain bulletin for 3 Days Only at Oclock this evening at the Home of the brides parents on Milkau Antionette received with applause and he declared Avenue miss Frances that he was at a loss to know whether i will be United in marriage to Clar to Onnon Thih of my i Wall pm the his Home was in Racine or Kenoski he of Torch ignited Mosquito netting about head Appleton wis sept nearly Cost the life of c m Brainerd a prominent Appleton Man who today at tempted to Bur them out of their nest on the roof of his House equipping him self with a Quantity of Mosquito netting which he tied firmly about his head a Torch which he made of Excelsior Satur ated with kerosene and u ladder or brain excl proceeded to rout the pests thinking to Burn them As they emerged from the holes in their nest but Sud Denly a fragment of the burning Torch dropped onto the Mosquito netting tied around his Hend time before he noticed it his head was enveloped in flames he descended the ladder As quickly As pos sible Yelling for help with every step mrs a Parks observed the predicament and rushed to Brainerd Rescue but the flaming netting was not removed until the mans face and hands had been badly burned his beaded practically burned off and his clothing ruined the fact that or Brainerd kept his eyes tightly closed is All that saved his sight the annual report of the City treasurer for the last fiscal year has been completed by treasurer Ward demons and is full of interesting data the re port shows that there was a balance in the Treasury of on september 1 1007 one of the interesting Points in the report is the fact that the owners of real and personal property paid but of the total receipts of the year the moneys received from other sources during the year amounted to the grand total of receipts being the receipts from other sources however was padded by the Sale of improvement Bonds which would leave the actual receipts outside of the tax Roll of about the Saloon licenses issued during the year brought in the largest amount no less than being paid into the Treasury for Saloon privileges some other receipts one of the important receipts of the year was the interest paid by the Banks of the City deposits which amounted to special taxes collected by the City and licenses collected amount to a considerable sum some of Thorn being As follows dog License theater License auctioneer License circus License paddlers License Street licenses drug store licenses in addition to these there worn a number of licenses issued to admitted that to paid taxes in Racine but declared that the greater part of his time was spent in Kenosha adjust in the differences forced by federation and the individual cases judge Belden spoke of the value of organization among merchants and other business men of Kenosha and gave it his opinion that the association should include in its membership not Only the but the manufacturers Hud professional men and in fact even All of the men interested in the City tic spoke of the Success of the six Oclock Clubok Racine and declared ence Tidd Rai Lbanks of Milwaukee the Hon William Smieding performing the ceremony the wedding will take place under a Large electrically lighted Floral Bell in the East parlor of the Secor Home the entire room being handsomely Deco rated in Pale yellow and White with Green foliage in the Corner where the ceremony occurs is a huge Floral Arch of Palms and foliage offering an unusually attractive appearance the Bride will be attended by miss Minnie Heck of Milwaukee and e Emil Erni of this City will act As groomsman miss Secor will Wear a Beautiful Cream French embroidered Robe and the bristles Rynol maids gown will be of the Nile Green that such a club would do a great Deal i a o to Advance the interests of Kenosha to declared that there was More Public spirit to a Block in Kenosha than Many other cities which lie Well knew speaking of the relation of the y c a to the business Man he declared that the nist Tulion was the most important of All the associations in the City its Power for As a Central civic Force declared the judge makes it one of the great up lifters of the Community he also said it is not a distinctly Churchy organization but a place where character and habits Are moulded and where the love of Industry is fostered it has a Dis Tinct commercial value to the business Man because it makes Young men clean and vigorous and determined to get on in a clean manner n closing he made a plea for a better support of the association among the merchants and manufacturers of the City 28 Only Granite Tea kettles Siig Btl damaged Worth regularly special of tar cleanup coat hangers 255 coat hangers Good Grade Wood the thing for fall at 2c milk pitchers 300 Plain White milk pitchers slightly damaged in ship Ping special at 5c Racine girl is praised in mrs was Burns Honor mrs Charles Wustum entertains ladies of Eastern Star yesterday afternoon at her spacious Home North of the City mrs Charles Wustum entertained a number of East Ern Star ladies who comprised the Racine delegation to the convention at Mil Waukee last Friday mrs Ella Wash Burn the new most worthy grandma tron was the guest of Honor the Gath ering being in the nature of a Surprise party for her the House was beautifully decorated the dining room was in red f a Large Floral key being suspended from the chandelier which turned the House Over to the guests while a Large Floral Star formed the Centrepiece for the Din ing table one of the features of the afternoons entertainment was a Complete reproduction of a phonograph of Verdis opera Ernani and solos by Melba Caruso Schumann Heink serotto Eames Gadski and other noted vocalists or and mrs Wustum proved them selves Royal entertainers and the guests will remember the occasion As one of the Bright spots in their lives plumbers billiard Halls merry grounds Drain layers Etc special taxes paid by Street railways Telephone companies and like corporations will amount to about1 fines and fees paid into the municipal court were old Iron and steel from main Street Bridge 42 the disbursements while the receipts show As paid of Bonds issued the past year the disbursements show that there have been redeemed the past year no less than 000 Worth of Bonds of Al kinds which would add to the cites indebtedness but there was redeemed the past year school Bonds that being the largest amount in addition to that amount there was redeemed As follows voting machines general improvement main Street Bridge paving Street improve ment sewer there were other smaller amounts during the year there was paid out the sum of As county and state tax the pay Rolls the pay Rolls of the City Are growing with the City As can be expected this year the mayor and aldermen come in for a share of the cites Money having received a total of the Salar ies for teachers superintendent and janitors was the largest amount paid out of the Treasury reaching the Board of Public works comes next with then comes the fire depart ment with and the police department with in the same report is included the re miss Cora Adams general Secretary of Newark y w c a the Newark evening nows has been received at the journal office and contains a very flattering notice of miss Cora m Adamson Lisbon n d who has been engaged As general Secretary of the local y w c a having general supervision her addition makes four secretaries and it is intended to Divide the work miss Adams was born in Rapina but spent most of her Early life in Lis Bon she was graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1901 and it was while at College that her interest in the y w Caworek was developed she became president of the College y w g a in her Junior year and thus came in touch with the department of City association work after graduating she taught history and English in the High school of Fargo and while there was made Stato chairman of the y w c a of North Dakota ends life under car port of the condition of the school and funds the total disbursements ast year for All purposes reached the sum of no decrease in the milk give states sole Power tests for tubercular trouble do not affect the lactation Kansas City sept the annual convention of the american veterinary medical association Here today John r Mohler of the Bureau of angina Industry at Washington delivered an and Docsh on meat inspection or s h Gilleland of Marietta a in a paper describing the effect of the test for tuberculosis on the lactation of milk cows that in a series Tex pediments on 658 cows that none of the health animals showed any decrease in the amount of milk they produced Ani Mal which were tubercular showed a cd of amount of milk As soon As the tests were begun he said there shout be no fear on the part of dairymen to have their cattle tested for this disease because Only Tho affected cattle would produce less milk because of the tests other speakers were c c Lyford min Neapolis and j a couture Quebec can Ada Nebraska governor would take certain Powers from government Lincoln neb sept of the restraining order granted by judge Mungor of the Federal court to prevent the railway commission from promulgating a new Grain rate schedule governor Sheldon today declared himself in favor of a constitutional amendment taking from Federal courts the right to enjoin state officials from enforcement of state Laws sanitarium patient duplicates deed of Man at fair grounds Milwaukee sept away from an attendant this morning Edward g Phelps a drug clerk and patient of the Riverside sanitarium cast himself in front of an Oakland Avenue car near wonderland and was instantly killed the body wan badly mangled and the car which was running at a fair rate of Speed was derailed by the Impact because the suicide is identical in nature with that of Frank Farries of Decatur 111 who threw himself under a heavy steam roller at the state fair tuesday being crushed to a Jelly it is believed that Phelps read the newspaper reports of the tragic suicide and was influenced to do likewise silk tissue immediately after the ceremony an elaborate wedding supper s to be served in the Large dining Hall which has also been appropriately decorated for Twig occasion the dining room decorations and Favora being of Pink the Bride is the youngest daughter of or and mrs m m Secor and has Al ways been one of the most popular and Best known persons in race society after completing her education she taught in one of the kindergartens for a number of years the Groom is Tho son of or and mrs h s Fairbanks of Wisconsin Street and is one of Tho Lead in newspaper artists of the country after graduating from Racine High school he at once was engaged by the Milwaukee Sentinel As cartoonist and still does much work for the paper in addition to his newspaper work however or Fairbanks controls a Large advertising business in Milwaukee the out of town guests present at the wedding Are mrs f w Groin and son Carl of Denver Colo or and mrs f j Posta and son Gerald of Chicago miss Ethel Perkins of Chicago or and mrs a t Perkins of Chicago Oak Park or and mrs Bert Wettlaufer of Appleton wis or and mrs f Rob erts of Kenosha or and mrs Frank Hayek of Kenosha and or and mrs 0 w Joslin of Milwaukee the wedding dinner will be followed by a reception after which or and mrs Fairbanks Wil leave on an extended boat trip Down the Fox River on their return they will reside at 622 Prospect Avenue Milwaukee where or Secor father of the Bride has presented them with a handsome Home the Young couple received Many hand some and costly gifts from their num Erous friends among them being a hand some Chest of Silver or and mrs h s Fairbanks a set of Cut Glass or and mrs f fit Posta set of Limoges China mrs Perkins a Silver of Tigre Shurbert set Frank and miss Lucy Baun Iann a Beautiful hand painted brass electric lamp or and mrs c w Gates and Manv others ironing boards 31 ironing boards 98c Worth regularly special Sale Price fruit press 52 hems fruit and vegetable Presser Thoy peal and Mash a potato in one stroke sold everywhere 4 for 35o special Sale Price i Slop jars 31 Only handled Slop jars Good Grade and sold everywhere at nothing Leas it 39c Teddy bears dressed Teddy bears in overalls and jacket sold regularly As High As of re 00 special Sale 18 Racks folding Racks excellent Grondo Largo size sold regularly by us a Prico plates 500 plates slightly nicked in shipment special n at Granite cups 123 Gran to drinking Choice two sl7es Worth regular Early Loc and while Thoy last Granite cake tins 135 Only Granite Zenani Elel cake tins 3 sizes sold by at 15o to fruit jars 8 dozen 2quart fruit ones special at4c 9 dozen 1quart fruit jars special at 3c Jelly glasses2c refrigerator pans 51 Only galvanized refrigerator pans Worth regular85o to at 15c pails 39c 105 and 12 quart pails Choice of Blue enamel White lined pails or speckled Grey pails which Are sold for nothing less than 85 cents special for 3 Days Only at 39c preserve kettles 200 Only preserve kettles Grey speckled enamel like Cut and sold Rognar by for 25c special for 3 Days Only at1uc 100 clothes baskets special it while they last lit1 Belle City fair store 401 main St Corner fourth Street declares statute void does attorney general Anent the appointment of assessors Madison wis sept Chap Ter 250 Laws of 1005 which provides that Tho state tax commission May appoint assessors and boards of review to make a reassessment in towns villages and cities where the original assessment is not in compliance with Law is void is in opinion rendered by attorney Gen eral Gilbert to the tax commission the act is held to be in contravention of Sec Tion 9 article 13 of the state cons Titu change in main St beat i believe the Federal court have abused the privilege of the injunction enough to justify such action he said too Many state Laws have been tied up by the interference of the Federal courts i do not believe the makers of the Constitution Ever contemplated such Nso of the injunction in the hands of the Federal courts officer Crangle will go on at six re leased at three chief of police Baker has made a slight change in the Way main Street beat is travelled at night officer Crangle will beginning tonight go on duty at 0 Oclock instead of 7 us heretofore he will be relieved at i Oclock in the morn ing by the dog watch officer who will travel the beat until 4 Oclock when he will take both main and sixth streets until 0 a in Tion when complaints Are made regarding a local assessment the act authorizes the state Board to appoint a Man to make a reassessment and then to appoint three men to review the assessment or Gil Bert finds that the appointment of local officers not expressly provided in the Constitution can not be delegated to any state official or body of officials wants Good old dishes transit co in trouble Stock of Street car properties in Phila declines Phil Adeliria sept the afternoon the Market for traction stocks on the Philadelphia Exchange was Dull and steady the close being above the lowest Philadelphia lipid Tran sit company Stock close Dat com pared with a Low record of 5v1 a net loss for the Day of h Points Union traction closed it the Low Point Day being 44 and the net loss both the stocks have been under pressure because of rumours affecting the stability of to company officials and directors of the Philadel phia rapid transit company denied positively that the company is in financial Cli Mculty or that a receivership is re figures Given out show ample funds on hand and in sight to cancel All obligations and pay for improvements under Way the company is the outgrowth of various consolidations and expansions of the past few years each consolidation involving increased guarantees of dividend payments on the Stock of the underlying companies there Are fio oooo shares of Philadel phia rapid transit Stock outstanding or on which a share hns been paid another assessment of 750 is Tine with in a few months and then Tho Stock on Flat two cent basis railroads will so act in Pennsylvania pending decision Philadelphia a sept 12 pending the final decision of the supreme court it the state on the constitutionality of the two cent a mile rail Road rate Bill officials of the Pennsyl Vania railroads have not yet readied a definite conclusion in regard to changes in Tjie present schedule of rates confident that the decision of the Philadel phia court will be sustained by the higher court the company is nevertheless alive to the possibilities of a reversal and while round trip excursion and com mutation rates will probably remain As at present it is believed that All straight fares will be put on a Flat two cent basis after october 1 and remain in Force until the Content has been finally settled operating officials positively decline to discuss the probable outcome but it is stated the Legal department of the com Pany will advise that the Road proceed on the Assumption that the Law will go into effect on october 1 other roads in the state Are expected to follow the example of the Pennsyl Vania so As to avoid the possibility of the heavy fines imposed by the act with the handing Down of the opinion of the supreme court the railroads will then be in a position to Deal definitely with the question and1 either restore the sent schedule if favourable to them or will be full paid at present the com or Pany is eng acred upon Gigantic improve completely readjust the rate schedules merits involving the construction of Exon exclusion and commutation tickets no one blamed for Bridge disaster Quebec sept coroners jury examined two witnesses today and concluded their work and later rendered a verdict that la France one of the victims of the Quebec Bridge died from wounds and nervous Shock received at the full of the Quebec Bridge the jury cannot state the real cause of causes of the fall of the Bridge but believe it is their duty to declare that Accord ing to the evidence adduced before them All necessary precautions were taken to assure the building of the Bridge with out danger German Crown Princess hungers after buckwheat cakes and flapjacks new York sept Cook ing is held in such High esteem by the Crown Princess Cecilia of Germany that she has sent her chef Here to study its mysteries Albert Newman is the chef arid he was a passenger on the recently arrived Steamer Early today he will be Gin his observations ashore at the hotel St Regis pies and cakes according to the manner of the United states will receive special attention from this expert and he has also heard that buckwheat cakes and flapjacks of Good wheaten flour Are Appe breakfast dishes above All this wizard of the sauce pans wishes to in form himself thoroughly on All the Amer ican methods of preparing oysters and have one doctor no sense in running irom one Auter 10 another select the Best one then stand by him do not delay but consult him in time when you Are sick ask his opinion of Ayers Cherry pectoral for coughs and colds Tien use it or not just As he says we Hava no i we publish pc co Tho Lowell divorce papers introduced Chicago sept papers in the divorce Case of Amasa g Campbell now on trial for the murder of or Harris were put in evidence today by the state the defense offered no objection to their introduction the state in those letters placed before the jury what it declares is evidence of an attempt on the part of mrs Harris the wife of the murdered physician to extort Money from mrs Campbell the wife of the defendant the state declared today that the motive of Campbell Iti killing or Harris was to be found in the divorce proceed Ings Between Campbell and his wife and these were read to the jury in full it was claimed that a woman detective in the employ of mrs Campbell enticed mrs Harris to Milwaukee and received a number of letters said to have been written by mrs Campbell to or Harris the denial of mrs Campbell that she and military change artist Bob Milman had Ever written any indiscreet letters j and co presenting the one act comedy was also found and to the jury j skit the College student Marjorie with the Reading of this matter the j Hope the Beanville Belle skilled sing state closed it direct Case and evidence or of characteristic comedy ditties for the defense was commenced in the Frank Williams baritone soloist also afternoon i marvelous Moying pictures pensive elevated and subway lines to Cost my millions and this work has been a Drain upon its resources the past year showed a falling off in net earnings and there Jias been a Public outcry against attempts to incr Rise the income by real Justitia Rontos of fare the financial status and Den liners of the company have been surrounded with much mystery by those in control and this has helped to weaken the Confidence of the stockholders recently the com Pany succeeded in entering into an agreement whereby the City became a nor nor in the operation of the lines now an attempt is being made to unset this agreement on the ground that is is unconstitutional the claim is map that the Civ was cheated and that the effect of the pvt Pership is to Saddle unon it Street Payine expenses of More than annually new Bill at Bijou another and attractive program opens at the Bijou theater tonight among the features will be Gir Dellers comedy of acrobatic dogs displaying wonderful canine intelligence the great Lawrence worlds Champion trumpeter the suits instituted by other railroads attacking the constitutionality of the act will probably be left untouched until the decision of the higher courts has been obtained he was rewarded Titbit i James he began As Tho clerk entered the private office i wish to speak you tics sir How Long have you been us Twenty years sir a Twenty years you came from the country with All your worldly pos sessions tied up in a Cotton handkerchief i did sir you left Home determined to achieve Success yes sir you believed that honesty and integ Rity would be rewarded and that faithful service would meet its recognition that the Way i reasoned sir a i remember the morning you applied for a situation i liked your looks and Tho Way you talked now James my partner retires this month Ive been thinking of you i yes sir of your Long and faithful and in going to Reward you in glad it is in my Power to do so i shall continue business alone exactly so sir with limited capital a and it will therefore be necessary to reduce All salaries on All the others shall make a reduction of 15 per cent owing to your Long und faithful services i Shunli make the reduction in your Case Only 10 that All James and 1 Hope you will try to get Down half an hour earlier in the morning and also be a Little More economical with the Gas and Coal Rogers in poor health new York sept h h Rog ers offing 26 Broadway today it was said Thater Romcro continued to be in poor health but that his condition was not considered serious he has not been at his office in weeks and is under the cure of physicians at Hio country Home at fail Haven obituary Carpenter Walter d Carpenter 1227 North Erie Street died last evening at St marys Hospital aged 20 years deceased was a Carpenter by occupation and represented the carpenters Union in the Racine trades and labor Council to leaves besides his parents a wife and three children one brother and one sister the funeral will be announced Ireland John Robert Ireland a Well known resident of the North Side died on sep tember Lith at his Home on North main Street aged 36 years a wife survives to mourn his death the funeral will take place fro the House on saturday i afternoon at 2 Oclock tafts Mother is eighty work Ehtor mass sept Louisa m Taft Mother of the Secretary of War Taft was 80 years old yesterday and for the first time since she became ill on july 25 she sat up and received callers her physician says he expects that she will soon recover completely Steamer la Salle released Superior sept Steamer la Salle arrived in port last night hav ing been released from ground Between round Point and Point Iroquois Lake Superior she was on soft Bottom and it is not thought that an examination will reveal any serious damage steam Barge is beached 0 sept steam Barge Olympia spun a leak off Madison today and was compelled to Beach the tug boys took the Captain and two men off and carried them to Fairpoint the boat is in 21 feet of water and filling rapidly but is in no danger a present Gold mortgages first mortgages on real estate we never Hud a foreclosure nor a loss of a Dollar Prin Cipal or interest have sold Loans for Twenty years we make All papers and record the Mort Gage for you free Security is absolutely Safe loan 350 Security 500 0 600 6 700 6 800 6 700 800 800 6 850 6 1000 0 1200 6 3200 6 1300 6 1400 6 2200 2200 2500 3000 2500 3000 4000 door l d Miller co 431 Wain St under Racine 65

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