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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 14

Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 14

Lafayette, Indiana
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G4 LAAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER Wednesday Evening April 27 1927 The Markets Artl OpenHlgh Low ICloselClose cle Price(PrlcePrlceiAp May 134 (135 133 134 133 July 13U131 130 130 130 Hept 130 130 129 129 120 UUltX May 73 72 71 71 71 July 77 77 76 76 77 Hept 1 81 81 81 81 May 41 45 41 44 44 July 45 45 44 45 45 Sept 44 45j 44 44 44 K7E 103 104 103 103 102 July 101 102 101 102 101 Sept 97 97 96 96 96 May 12401245 1232 1232 1240 July 1262 1265 1252 1252 1265 Sept 1285 1290 1270 1270 1287 May 1410 1380 July 1380 1370 Sept 1342 1320 By the Associated Press CHICAGO April 27 Big export bus iness in North American wheat esti mated at 2000000 bushels helped to lift values today Houses with eastern connection were free buyers of May dells ery of wheat here and largely as a result May went to about 4 cents over July compared with 2c yester day Wheat closed unsettled at the same as yesterday's finish to 1c high er corn 0c off oats at 0c gain and provisions varying from 17c decline to 30c advance May delivery of wheat showed rel atively more of an upward trend at times today than did new cryp months In this connection it was pointed out that world disappearance of wh Pt wince January 1 has amounted to 264 VUOOOO bushels against 190000000 bush els last year This Is at the rate of 16500000 bushels a week whltlyif continued until the end of the sar would mean a new high record It was also current gossip that the wheat trade has not yet fully appreci ated the effect of actual shortage cf grain In Europe or the consequent possibility almost complete sxiiaust mn of reserves In this country as was the cast last yejy Car lots today: Wheat 25 cars with 19 of contract grade last year 10 cars Coni 32 cars with 1 of contract grade last year 43 cars oats 33 cars with 20 of contract grade last year 57 cars Cai's estimated today: Wheat 25 cars: corn 45 cars: oats 70 cars Hogs receipts 14000 steady to 10c off top 81055 Wheat primary receipts: Today 432000 bushels last week 177000 bushels last year 542000 bveheis Daily exports: Wheat and flour equal to 1189000 bushels of wheat corn 6000 bushels Cash wheat steady to Ic up Cash corn steady to up Cash oats steady to up CHICAGO LIVE STOCK CHICAGO April 27 (U 8 Depart ment of Agriculture) Hogs receipts 1000 slow generally weak to 10c lower than Tuesday's average: light and light lights 10 20c lower than Tuesday'B high time: bulk 180 to 210 pound averages 310 10 0 1060 some held above good to choice 225 to 250 pound averages $101001025 bulk de sirable 260 to 300 pound butchers 8100001010 big weights downward to 8975: better kinds packing sows 38 75 900: others mostly 3850 downward very little demand for slaughter pigs few strong weights 31025 01040 heavy weight hogs 397501035 mediums 8100001050: lights $101501050 light lights $10150 1060 packing sows 3850 0 925: slaughter pigs 39 5001040 Cattle receipts 8000: fed steers and fat sho stock slightly more active: steady to strong spots shade higher on weighty steers and desirable yearling bulls 10015c lower: vealers steady to 75c higher: weighty steers scarcearly top 31340 some held higher bulk fed steers 397501175 best year lings 31150 Stockers and feeders 3800 0925: best around 3975 light vealers 89006 975: shippers up to 81200 Sheep receipts 9000 fat lambs op ening slow about steady with Tues div choice around 85 pound clipped lambs 31550 early bulk desirable clippers 31475 01525: package scaling around 103 pounds 81400: bulk desir able and medium weight Colorado wooled lambs eligible at 3160001650 few cull clipped: lambs 8115001200 sheep In very light supply about steady: choice handy' weight clipped ewes held around 8800 INDIANAPOLIS LIVE STOCK INDIA NAPOLIS April (U Department of Agriculture) Hogs re ceipts 4500 strong to 10c higher heavies over 300 pounds 31000 01015 275 to 300 pounds 3100001025 250 to 275 pounds 3101501040 mediums 225 to 250 pounds 3103001050 200 to 225 pounds 3104001065: lights 180 to 200 pounds 3106001080 160 to 180 pounds 3105001080: light lights 130 to 160 pounds 3105001080 slaughter pigs 90 to 130 pounds 31025 01100 packing sows smooth 950 rough 38500900 Cattle receipts 1300: steady: under tone weak: unchanged Sheep and lambs receipts 100: quo tably steady unchanged POTATO MARKET CHICAGO April 27 Potatoes re ceipts new 34 cars old 50 cars on track new 61 cars old 170 cars total shipments 732 cars old stock supplies moderate demand and trading limited market strong prices higher Wisconsin sacked Round Whites $2250235: mostly 8225: bulk around $225: Idaho sacked Russets 33300350 mostly around 3340 new stock supplies liberal: demand and trading slow market slightly weaker on sacks: firm on barrels: lorida bar rel Spalding Rose No 1 36500675 Terns sacked Bliss Triumphs 33400 400f mostly around 3375: Louisiana sacked Bliss Triumphs S335375: mostly 3350 CHICAGO PRODI CE CHICAGO April 27 Butter lower receipts 7472 tubs creamery extras 4c: standards 44c extra firsts 42 043 firsts 40041c seconds 360 Eggs unchanged: receipts 27 417 cases LIBERTY BOND PRICES NEW YORK April 27 Liberty bonds closing: 3s 310031: first 4s 31036 second 4s 310010: third 4s 310024: fourth 4s 310324 trea tuiy 4s 811314 TOLEDO SEEDS TOLEDO April 27 Wheat clos ed: No 3 red 3134 0135: corn No 2 vellow 750 76c: oats No 3 white 48049c rye No 2 3107 clov er cash Imported 31685 domestic 82650: October 31650: alslke cash 32100 timothy old 3260 new April and May 3270 WALL STREET By the Associated Pressl NEW YORK April The recov ery in stock prices which set in yes terday was carried further at the opening of stock market General Motors General Electric and Republic Steel opened a point or more higher and May Department Stores touched a new top but Dupont showed an Initial loss of 1 and Steel common opened a point lower Despite the fact that the quarterly earnings of the States Steel corporation failed to come up to ex pectations operations for the advance were conducted with confidence throughout the early trading Overnight reports that an artificial break' In the Mississippi river levee may be necessary to save New Orleans apparently caused no alarm in spec ulative circles The firm undertone of the steel group may have been based on unofficial predictions of an ad vance in steel prices In the next quarter I' Steel common quiekly making Up Its opening loss of 1 point Although March earnings statements dL lose widespread Irregularity rail shares were again the centers of speculative Interest Bangor and Aroortook quickly Jumped 0 points to a new peak at 81 before the end of the first halt hour on reports of unusually high current earnings East ern coalers also were In brisk demand with Reading and Baltimore and Ohio leading the early advance in that group Standard Oil of California sank to a new low level tor the year but Houston Oil showed Independent strength Except for a further re cession of about five points in Italian lire to around 5:32 cents and moderate rallies in Norwegian and Spanish pe setas foreign exchanges rates showed llttla change alling to make an Impression on ether stocks bear operators concen trated on the Pieroe Arrow Issues driv ing the common down 3 points to 13 and the preferred 10 to 58 to the lowest sincef 1925 The unfavorable eitfy terly earnings were responsible for the lack of support but other motors held well apart from Jordan Gulf Mobile Northern and Norfolk and Southern 5 points each on meiger rumors The renewal rate for call leaks was unchanged at four per cent The closing was Irregular HOGS GO HIGHER ST LOCAL Mid Week Demand Prices Up 10 to 20 Cents Calves Up 50 Cents 1 Lambs Steady The swine market enjoyed a slight reaction on Wednesday and reales were 10 20c above Tuesday The demand here was good and stock cold more readily The top price was 11040 Calves also were selling stronger and the top went up $0 cents making $900 the top The lambs and cattle divisions got away on a steady basis HOGS MarkettO 20c higher 161 to 200 pounds 10 40 201 to 225 pounds 10 22b to 250 pounds 10 10 25 to 275 pounds 10 00 276 to 300 pounds 9 85 301 to 325 pounds 9 60 121 to 160 pounds 10 25 Light roughs 8 75 Heavy roughs 8 25 Stags 8 00 CATTLE 9 009 9 18 6 009 259 609 509 2 7 2 009 509 009 009 509 9 7 8 6 6 7 5 00 9 509 7 8 7 Best heavy shipping steers 1250 to 1400 pounds Light shipping steers 1000 to 1250 pounds Stock steers 13 609 3 00911 009 3 Prime air butqher Stock heifers Choice heavy Good butcher Choice bulls Bolognx Choice veal calves 150 to 210 pounds Common veal calves Heavy calves 250 to 400 pounds canners Cutters cows cows SHEEP at lambs 60 90 lbs Bucks Throwout lambs Common ewes Spring lambs 50 lbs or more 3 3 HEIERS AND COWS yearling steers neirers 8 7 BULLS AND CALVES 5 50910 4 8 50 50 00 0 75 00 00 50 00 50 00 50 00 0 00 60 50 00 04 00 ATTICA HOG MARKET Market 10 higher 16J to 200 pounds 8 10 40 201 to 225 pounds 226 to 250 pounds 251 to 275 pounds 10 00 276 to 300 pounds MJ 301 to 325 pounds 9 Jjy 121 to 160 pounds 10 Light roughs Heavy roughs Stags uu WHOLESALE PRODUCE Prices for April 27 Eggs No 1 Eggs No 2 Hens spring chickens Stags Leghorn hens Ducks Geese Young turkeys (hens and toms) Old turkeyrf (hens and toms) Butter LOCAL CASH GRAIN PRICES Wheat No 1 3117 No 2 31 16 No 3 $114 Corn No 4 70 lbs 55c Oats No 3 white 37c Rye No 2 77c CHICAGO CASH PRICES CHICAGO April 27 Wheat No 2 red 8135 No 2 hard 3140: corn No 3 mixed 72c No 2 yellow 76c: oats No 2 white 4849c No 3 white 44046c rye not quoted barley 74078c timothy $450525 clover 3290035 75 lard 81230 ribs 31412 bellies 31475 CHICAGO POULTRY CHICAGO April 27 Poultry alive weak receipts 3 cars fowls 25026c broilers 30042c: turkeys 30c post ers 16c ducks 32035c geese 17018c CONESSION' READ TO JURORS (Continued from page one) Do You Know OAKLAND HILL WAS VISIT ed by the worst fire in its his tory about 35 years ago At that time the entire block at the north east corner of Main and South streets was wiped out It Includ ed Jacob wagon shop George blacksmith shop the Barney Stelning shoe shop and store Hol grocery and the store rooms owned by the Kessener family THE IRST ball was given at St hall ifth and Brown streets May 2 1887 Ohlsen's orchestra fur nished the music and Col Barnes was the caller The prize went to Miss Josie Sweeney assisted by rank ahnestock IN 1867 AND 1868 A GERMAN paper was published in Lafay ette by Carl Wulsten He after ward went to Chicago to work on a newspaper THE IRST VIADUCT IN LA fayette was built in 1869 and con nected the Lahr hotel building with the Monnig building known as the Lahr annex now the Rainbow hotel The viadjict was across the alley between ifth and Sixth streets and its con struction was authorized by the city council in January 1869 THE CARPENTER SHOP CON ducted by Walter James at Sixth and Tippecanoe streets was destroyed by fire the night of January 12 1869 ONE THE OLD TIME cooper shops conducted by Geiger and Davenport at the foot of South street On January 17 1869 a team of the company ran away and fell into the old canal One of the horses was drowned GENERAL JOSEPH REYN olds of Lafayette was governor of the Texas territory in 1868 and returned to Lafayette in January 1869 Reynolds did more than any predecessor to establish American confidence in the people and bring about law and order YEARS AGO TERRY JEN nlngs and Harvey operated a wholesale drug store at ifth and Main streets on the site now oc cupied by the Hub Clothing store ROLLER SKATES WERE first introduced in Iafayette on January 19 1869 A demonstra tion was given in the dining room of the Hotel Lahr and the per former offered to sell the sole right to sell the skates in I afay ette for $1500 ABOUT 59 YEARS AGO TEN gen and Reitemeier had a hall on Main street between Seventh and Eighth streets It was the scene of many entertainments and the members of St Boniface Catholic church held a faip there THE OLD ROBESON WOOLEN mills stood on Wild Cat creek southeast of Monitor They were last run by Ed Robeson who was with the firm of Ewry and Robe son and company but retired The Ewry woolen mills were at the foot of Columbia street Of EMENS AND PYKE PROAI inent wagon makers in Lafayette anything I may say may be used against Gray had said was introduced to this Mrs Snyder about two years ago in town by Harry olsom I believe that he had picked she and an other girl up at the restaurant I came in from a trip and he in troduced me to her I didn't see ller i think for two or three months after that I would say probably it was two months when she wrote me and asked me to get her a corset I am in the corset business a salesman I did WOMAN CHARM "She is a woman of great charm 1 probably have to tell you and 1 did like her very much and she was good company and apparently a good pal to spend an evening with think that the intimate re lations started in August if I am not mistaken I think In Septem ber we started to correspond I was in the habit of getting two or three letters a day one prac tically every day when I was away from home "She became confidential in the fact she and her husband were not getting along "I think it was in November or December that she spoke about In creasing the insurance on her husband's life She told me that it was to be $50000 as I recall saw quite a little of her from then on She would come in town shopping and call me up She called me considerable and wrote to me very often I will say to use the slang she did me pretty hard for a while MURDEROUS ATTEMPTS "As this thing kept growing she made several attempts upon his life She told me and I told her I thought she was terrible I think in two instances she gave him sleeping powders or so called sleeping powders and turned on the gas I think she gave him bi chloride of mercury at the time he was sick of hiccoughs She wrote me she gave him four at one time and six at another All her plans seemed to fail Sbo started then to hound me on this plans I said absolutely no "I have always been a gentle man and I have always been ab solutely on the level with every body I absolutely refused at first With some veiled threats and intents of love making she reached the point where she got me in such a whirl that I didn't know where I was "During the past two weeks since this plan was concoted I have been in a literal hell That is the truth because I have a very 60 years ago made the first velocipede in this section of the state It attracted much atten tion It was a wooden wheel af fair THE MONITOR WOOLEN mills a thriving industry during the Civil war making cloth and blankets for the soldiers was moved to Iafayette 60 years ago and occupied a part of the Old Warehouse THE PEIRCE COMPANY is one of the oldest firms in con tinuous business in the city It was founded more than 60 years ago Connected with the firm then were two Peirces two Ben bridges two Underwoods two Leonards and two Rinks THE POLICE DEPARTMENT is preparing for a campaign against violators of the automobile laws Scores of people violate the law daily Stop signs are ig nored street cars are passed while discharging and taking on passengers and speeding seems to be a popular diversion Superin tendent A Eversole stated Wednesday the public has had enough warning and charges will be filed In the city court without fear or favor CLARK Death of Youth Joseph Harris jr colored died Tuesday at the home of his par ents 1016 North Eighteenth street of a complication of diseases The boy was born at Gary January 6 1921 The body was removed to the Coffing and LaGresse funeral parlors and will be taken home Thursday morning No funeral ar rangements have been made other than burial will be in Springvale cemetery Rented Car Stolen rank Reimers owner of the Rent A Car establishment at 314 North ourth street on Wednes day reported the theft of a ord touring car last Thursday On April 21 a man giving his name as Ernest Ogcl rented the car and has not returned it It car ried license 435 691 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES WOLCOTT Ind April An nual commencement exercises for the Wolcott high school will be held in the school auditorium Wednesday evening April 27 Baccalaureate services were held at the Methodist church Sunday fine Tittle wife and a wonderful BUYS SASH WEIGHT "The sash weight was bought in Kingston I bought it in Kingston a week prior to meet ing her 1 bought the chloroform the same day It was my idea to just simply chloroform him and the window weight came as an aftermath "She took the window weight with her I had the chloroform myself The gauze was ar old duster from my office which I picked up 5 'When I got to th 3 Snyder house on Saturday night the im plements were under the pillow She had put them there and instructed me to find them there together with liquor AWAITS OR VICTIM "She came in that night and said: 'You are going tJ do it aren't said think I can' I sat there Tor probably an hour They got in about 2 and I told her to go back Into bed figuring that I could steal away But she go she sat right there at the doorway and I started after her She went first STRIKES IRST BLOW followed her to the bedroom and it was I that hit the first blow with this window weight He started to fight and she got very much excited I scarcely knew what did happen for a short time He got me by the neck tie and I think I am positive that she started to belabor him with this sash weight after that She had the bottle of chloroform and handkerchief which she poured on the bed "I know whether she gag ged him or not She passed me a necktie to tie his feet and she covered up his head He was still alive the last that I heard She said he dead? I said she said thing has ab solutely got to go I said 'Well I am CROWDS ATTEND rionth Thursday afternoon at 3 in Is Caitea tiy Leatll charge of Rev Mr Dooley burial BENEIT BAZAAR Busy by BEVERIDGE DIES has VER SUDDENLY (Continued from page one) PUBLIC SALE CORRESPONDENT riday April 29 capacity most 90 to new GIRLS CAPTURE BIBLE CONTEST 4 at EB A Colegrove Public Sale Wednesday May 4th 2 stoves and other things not ARMY CAMPAIGN NEEDS WORKERS BRYAN Auctioneer American history John Deere Brillion Combined Rotary Hoe and Pulverizer Stock Crouch Son vv We Are to Harry Zovod JOHNSON HARDWARE CO Phone 149 14 20 North Second St I Central Top and Battery Co Phone 1120 and pas and brll rlch Belgian sows these re in Just how fried TO BAR inal Rehearsal Proves a Revelation Even to Di rector Siegfried Troope Perfect in Presentation Preston and Robert Also three Genevieve he in States As I will mediately for equipment at farm located or half mile STALLIONS OR SERVICE special meeting of the advls board of the Salvation Army been called for 7 15 evening in the office of the mother is on her way from California The Beveridges divided their between their Indianapolis "The succeeded in party he won the interstate took with him a reputation as was a success Broken Glass Replaced Seat covers mads to order pus sdoi Top dressing and polish had a host of friends The fu neral will be held from the home At the Lafayette arm Duree Mineralized Hog and Pig eed The feed that makes the pigs grow slop calcium carbonate corn meal salt hominy feed coal tankage linseed oil wheat bran bone meal died With a spirit of good will reign inis several thousana residents naarhv 1 lxlLcy "tic anu mingled at the St Elizabeth hos pital benefit bazaar Tuesday eve ning at the new armory The at tendance was double that of Mon day night Although great in roads on the stocks of the 'various sale booths were made the first 1920 Scott Street Phone 1955 rank Loeffler of other smaller party was 5 from 5 to I entertain a concert Baptist Church Play riday Evening W7ithOther Entertainment "The Little Clod a very entertaining play will be given at the irst Baptist chapel riday evening under the auspices of the Union of the church In addition to the play Miss Anna Mary Nicholas will play a piano solo the Kiser sisters will sing and Miss Betty Ann Willums of Chicago will read in Springvale cemetery The body was taken home Wednesday aft ernoon by Rogers and Smith and it was announced that friend might call after 4 ory has this Bone chairman in the Life build ing to discuss the Home Service campaign scheduled to start May 2 Reports will be heard Dr LeGalley general chairman of the campaign reports organizations of teams about 50 per cent com pleted and that an additional group of 75 workers is still needed Salvation he says "is working 365 days in the year helping regardless of race or creed our less fortunate neighbors They are doing for us the things we would like to do ourselves if we had the time and experience The least we can do is to show our appreciation by giving one or two days of our tifne and our money as we are able to finance their work for the coming year With 75 additional workers the campaign can be successfully com pleted in two de Beveridge and Watson senator from during their days at De In 1926 he was medal for 100 pounds brood All of Mrs Mary Perry wife of John Perry died at her home 2227 North Twenty second street Tues day night at 11:45 Death was due to complications which developed after an operation per formed several weeks ago Airs Perry was born in Warren county October 19 1S57 and was married December IS 1879 to Mr Perry who survives with the fol lowing Smith Perry grandchildren: rehearsal late able discussion on many subjects "The Bible as Good and "The Law and the were two of his most popular ad dresses Several colleges conferred hon orary degrees on the former sen a tnr home and a summer residence in Massachusetts Mrs Louise Rohling Bluffs la: Japanese china Mrs Newbold i Seventeenth street I Velten 1109 South Helen A wonderful machine on the growing wheat crop A wonderful machine on the growing corn crop It will increase the yield of either crop many bushels In Ing idge and an year he married Miss Langsdale The young lawyer became an enthusiastic republican party worker winning a position in the organization councils as ne tained local eminence as a con stitutional lawyer In 1899 was injected as a horse' the race for the united senate and to the surprise of the state won' He was elected again In 1905 Beveridge Washington orator and renown before his colleagues in the senate Although thirty seven years old lie became the "boy In that assembly of venerable so lons A typical Beveridge cam paign of oratory swept him ahead of Harry A New in the 1922 race for the republican nomination for the senate He was regarded as odds on favorite in the election until the Ku Klux Klan turned its support to Samuel Ralston President Harding offered Bev eridge the ambassadorship to Ja pan in 1921 and he was said to have been mentioned by the pres ident for the Berlin diplomatic post STUDENT HISTORY Beveridge always was a persist ent student of particularly the social and legis lative phases awarded a Roosevelt "valuable contribution to the life of Marshall In 1926 Beveridge had been at work several years on a life of Abraham Lincoln Because of his exhaustive research work" Bever idge worked slowly sometimes spending several months on a sin gle chapter and frequently revis ing his copy as many as fifty times An omnivorous reader and stu dent he was able to present an and fancy costumes the the stage They are grace their 72nd born 1S52 home 1905 to the or for sought the young Hoosier the republicans Can be fed dry or in a Contains wheat middlings feed char meal She was June 17 to the May 21 plentiful supply Wednesday Thei display booths arranged by local merchants attracted great crowds Tuesday evening and thousands of samples and souvenirs were given away SCHOOL CHILDREN Tuesday more than a thousand school children attend ed the matinee at which features I of special appeal to boys and girls had been planned The fish pond duck pond and grab bag booths did a flourishing business and the refreshment stands norted an unlimited the stomachs of the children for eats and sweets to an he soon justified that admitted from Grant county The body was removed Vianco funeral parlors to be pre pared for burial and was shipped Wednesday noon to Piquu the nome oi a surviving oromer lUv inera) services and burial principals perform bringing out the of the play and appearing and dance numbers that far the best things ever a Harlequin play The performance Thursday the Seats are still available Many eatures Included In Closing Night Program Booths Kept Stream of Visitors Percheron Stallion Bov 172899 and the Stallion Chambertin 8705 Now is the time to breed and raise colts and a articles scheduled Wednesday 7 ment was by the Jefferson high school band music dancing and specialty num bers: drill by St school' pupils program Novelty i concert band of Boswell and dancing from 10:30 to 12 no any the pre cision and grace The specialties were particularly dazzling But it was the perfectly trained chorus that came in for the lion's share of applajise Both the young men and young jvomen ex ecute maneuvers never attempted before by amateurs and their work is faultless presenting many new ideas in formation stepping As for the they baffle description beauties are seen in beautiful creations of costumer art fill girls and stunning in display of feminine charm The llantly comedy in song are by seen in opening night will be a revelation to nu one at the Mars box office children: Mrs of Hammond of this city Mrs boxes cider vinegar under cash over $1000 six months date of sale with bankable note firmly fixed in his literary career and in his ability as an orator as in his statesmanship His "Life of John Marshall" as regarded as the most illuminating exposition of the great chief justice of the United States supreme court WAR CORRESPONDENT After a year in Europe as a war correspondent for a national week ly magazine Beveridge returned in a av' a nr IVIO to PUUH3U 'JLL America's entrance "What is Back of have really accomplished wonders this year in the Harlequin production The rehearsal went through with out a single hitch and was timed exactly as a public presentation of the play win oe mere not a loss of time body forgot or fumbled in word song or dance and chorus work was a marvel of the eve of a volume the War" which brought pitiless castigation from those who saw in it a jus tification of the German action It was barred from many libraries and training camps That he should have attained proficiency in many endeavors is more significant in the light of 'humble beginning He was born October 6 1862 on an Ohio farm which gave back little more than a scant existence After the civil war the family moved to Illinois Before he had quite his teens Beveridge had worked as a farm chore boy a section hand on a railroad teamster and logger He found time however to com plete grade school and enter De Pauw university Greencastle Ind Working summer vacations as a book agent Beveridge completed the college work in 1885 and en tered the legal profession Katherine Langsdale his first wife died in 1900 and in 1907 he married Catherine Eddy of Chi cago The former senator had two children Albert jr and Aba gall' BRILLIANT ORATOR Winning an interstate oratorical contest determined his future in law A scholastic rivalry which veloped between James 1 1 1 vl XdllCXf V4 V14 Vll Pajiw afterwards became a polit ical rivalry Both were aspirants for college oratorical honors It was Beveridge's declamatory powers that first officially aligned him with the republican party year oratorical medal a coveted honor among the "fresh water" colleges of the central states both demo cratic and republican state ganizatlons were hearchlng spell binders Both services of the Demosthenes and were successful ADM TTED i 1887 two years after receiv hls academic degree Bever passed the bar examination became a junior member of Indianapolis firm That same Commencing at 11 the following property to wit: HORSES 1 HEAD Consisting of 1 span jf mules coming 9 years old servicely sound well mated and a real work team 1 smooth mouth mare weighing 1550 pounds sound and a good worker 1 smooth id i Taylor 1 of Mae Wallis 1007 200 Ib pig Central street Harry Dilton 612 street silk Miss Sarah Schaaf of Salem Reformed churcji and Miss Marie Browning of Grace church won chief honors in county Bible memory and story telling contests Tuesday evening at Central Pres byterian church The Tippecanoe county council of religious educa tion sponsored the contest and its president Eckhart of Buck Creek presided Placlngs in the two contests were made as fol low! Memory contest 1 Sarah Schaaf Salem Reformed: 2 Lois Roude bush Colburn 3 Dawson West Point Glenn Cornell Monroe Story telling contest 1 Marie Browning Grace 2 Robert Noble Colburn 3 Bernice Stover Taylor Station The contest was participated in by district winners of the county as decided in recent contests The winners in the county contest will take part in a block contest soon for seven counties from which the winners will go to a state contest Marshall Rogers and Bone acted as judges in the county contest The irst Christian church orchestra direct ed by Marie Viol Cattell gave a preliminary concert Rev Graham Central tor gave a Bible message prayer well Russell Sieg fried director of the 1927 Harle quin club musical corneay O'Hrlen perfecting his cast in the intri cacies of that sparkling produc tion to be presented at the Mars theater Thursday riday and Sat urday nights of this week was revealed to a select audience of friends of the organization at a rnmnlpfft dress Tuesday night at the Mars and the nerformance beyond the fondest expectations Indeed the director himself con gratulated the members of the company and the professional or chestra and declared that they had mastered every detail of the play Mr Siegfried's methods JOHN MARTIN eed Dealer well mated and a real work weighing 1550 pounds sound mouth marc weighs 1450 a good work mare 3 HEAD 3 year old Jersey cow giving between 3 and 4 gallons per day Test 62 gentle and al) right In every way milk per clay win Jersey cow giving One of milk 1 3 ycar old Jersey cow giving 1 gallons be fresh in about six weeks 1 7 year old gallons or more per day 90 HEAD Twenty seven head of feeders weighing 8 head of feeders weighing about 150 pounds 8 with pigs by side 3 gilts due to farrow June 1 hogs double immuned IMPLEMENTS One new Deering binder 1 Harrv McGrath is confined the home of his parents Mr and Mrs John McGrath 1521' South street A year ago he fell and 5 fractured a leg while picking cherries and Tuesday an infection developed 14 of I ape Kenneth ana ieona mitn or towns' Hammond: a step sister Mrs Alice (Jppy or Kicnmona ana twQ step brothers Arthur Bell of Crawfordsville and rank Bell of lorida Mrs Perry was a Methodist Black i Hawk manure spreader used one day 1 fertilizer wheat drill 1 with grass seed attachment 1 John Deere sulky plow 14 inch 1 double fan oats seeder 1 ft Avery olcano disc 1 spike tooth harrow 2 section 1 Hays cultivator 1 Avery handle cultivator 1 handle breaking plow 1 hariow cultivator 1 single shovel 1 corn shcller These implements are practically new one and two years old and well taken care of One ordson tractor in extra good condition witli new John Deere 12 incli plows One ord ton truck with cab stock rack and grain bed 1 dump bed for ord truck never been used One Turnbull wagon and box 1 running gear and ladders 1 wagon box in good shape 1 set of gravel boards GRAIN About 500 bushels of good corn in the crib 60 bushels of seed oats threshed without any rain on them HARNESS Two sets of double work harness collars etc MISCELLANEOUS One new ordson tractor pulley never been on tractor 1 Stickney gas engine and pump jack 1 slip scoop 1 self feeder 8 galvanized hog troughs and numerous articles not mentioned TERMS A credit of three or six months time will be given on all sums over $1000 purchaser giving a bankable note bearing 7 per cent interest from date No property to be removed until terms are complied with Lunch served on ground Vcllf! AlllA The evening entertainment pro 1 gram included music by Coley's Happylanders orchestra a fash Ion show by the Schultz store: dance revue Allen school of dancing pupils vocal number Ki wanis club quartet A 12 piece colored orchestra the Melody rads including local talent and also players from Kokomo fur nished music and novelty numbers for the dancing WINNERS PRIZES The following prize winners were i announced Tuesday evening: or chid and rose comfort Miss Eliza beth Moser 1903 Jackson street: imported hand embroidered bed cover Miss Mary Davis 627 erry street of A quilt Korty 700 North Ninth street barrels of flour Miss Alary Kirschmer 808 erry street and Schneider 1003 South Sec ond street 26 piece sets of sil ver Miss Bess Powers 407 South Ninth street and Airs Wells 823 Cincinnati street: drawn work table cloth Council klmona Air Hursh Attica breakfast sets 1515 North I and Airs ourth street blue and rose bas ket quilt Mrs Ben Watkins doll Airs Bliss 1209 Washington street: 1 A pillow Atiss Brown street: Vaughan 1009 small pig Airs South Twenty sixth pillow Airs A Werkhoff jr 2218 erry street bicycle Richard Lodde 604 North Ninth street 1003 Central street the 85 pound pig donat ed by Jack Van Natta was donated by Jack Van Natta was won by Herman Hicks 1317 Union street who re donated the porker to the hospital It was sold Wednesday to the Dryfus Packing company $35 quilt Miss Afargaret Zoellner Greensburg Ind: set Lustreware dishes Thoma 1215 South ourth street CLOSING EVENTS Principal interest of the program centered in the awarding of the ord sedan do nated by Charles Shambaugh a $350 Zenith radio the gift of Air and Airs Alarshall Haywood: $165 electric sewing machine given by Atiss Alary Bloom $150 office safe by Air and Airs number A pivot card from 2 to and supper The evening to include Williams uneral I uneral services for Glenn Wil i Hams will be held at the family home 1913 Underwood street Sat urday afternoon at 2:30 with Rev Reedy pastor of St Paul's Al church In charge burial in Springvale The services were first set for Thursday after noon but were then postponed un til Saturday when it was learned that here Death of Widow Airs Caroline Bridges 74 at the State Soldiers' home Tues day night She was the widow of John Bridges who served in the civil war with Company inatana infantry at Cincinnati and Harlequin Cast Displays Great JOHN ANDERSON EASTBURN Auctioneer HARLEY ROSS Clerk Three quarter mile west of Purdue One horse 1 cow a real one 8 ewes and lambs 1 buck wagon buggy and harness household goods 1 oak dining room table and 6 chairs couch sanitary cot 2 carpets bed herein described Crates and berry $1000 and 7 per cent interest from Paying 25c for Hens and a high price for Springers have to quit farming and go to the hospital Im i treatment I will offer my stock and farming public auction on wbdt is known as the Cason half mile west and miles north of Purdue east and half mile south of Klondike in Stage I i IS? 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