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BIGHMONB DAILY PALLADIUM,
WKItKLT ESTAHI.HIIKII IN3I. 1IA1L.Y Kfl AH1,1UK1J it7. IUCILMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY, 31 AY 1901. 1 CENT A COPY HAD A HOT TIME But the Piatt Amendment Wad Finally Accepted By the Cubans. Lee. There were cries of " Resolution was referred to mittee on resolutions. No, no. the cotn- Macblnists Htrlcke at Fort Wajne. Fort Wavne, Ind , May 20 All the machinists and helpers at the Bass foundry and rr-achine works struck today for a Dine hour day without a reduction of waes. A VERY XAIiKOW MARGIN Cuban Constitutional Convention Ae- eepts the Majority Report liy a Vote of 15 to 14. Chinese Indemnity. Washington, May 21. The depart ment of state is reliably informed that the Chinese government has by aecree agreea to pay the indem nity of :C7,0O,0hk Tbe whole subject of indemnity will be settled before June 1. FOUND DEAD. "iraltor" an.I "I'erjnrer" Were Some of the Terms Used In the Discussion. Ad Havana, May 2!).-The Piatt amend meiit was accepted by the Cuban con HUiuuoiiitl convention by a vote of 15 to J I. The ui-tiial vote was on ac cepting the majority rirt of the com mittee on relation, which euilxxlied the ainemliiieut with explanations of certain clauses. tut? itauicaiH inane a liaril fight at the hist moment, and Senorea I'ortu oinlo ;omez aul Taiuayu bitterly ar raigned the Conservative. Senor Ta niayo was particularly vindictive and leclareJ tliat ererylMuJy who votetl in favor of the I'latt amendment was a traitor to his country. The convention coiuiM-IUil him to retract this mat ""in. tni Heverui occasions persona encounters seemed imminent. Senor domez sKUe for more than an hour, ami his hMt- li undoubted'? wou over .Seuores Castro, Itobau and Manduley. It. aH-aled to the parti otlsm of tlelegateii and rehearsed the long tight for independence, denounc ing an iierjurers all who favored the I'latt amendment, on the ground that they had sworn to draw up a constitu tion for an iiil--M-tii-ut republic. Sev eral Conservatives rose and asked fceiior t'omez to retract, but he abso lutely refused. The convention will continue its sessions, which will 1' uevotetl to drawing up the election law. La IHscusiou, In an extra last even nig, exclaims ".Now will come imme diate Independence." Havana mer chants were not surprised by the de cisions of the I'nited States supreme court In the insular cases. I'orto Itleo is not looki-d umii here as a dangerous rival; but there is considerable fear that the court may give a similar d cisioii with regard to the Philippines. The merchants seem confident that the United States will make a reciprocity treaty with Cuba. V. P. General Assembly J our u a. Des Moines, Iowa. May 29. The united I'resbytenan treneral assem niy adjourned at noon to meet at Allegheny, Pa., in 11HJ2. AT Tlifc CAPITAL. Our Indianapolis Con eioiilent Com niems on lliiiely Topics. luuiauaMilis, May :.lx -Congress man Marcus I- IcMoltc, dean of tin alparaiso law school, came to the ciiy yesterday and arranged with the su preme court contrary to its own rules to admit the entire class to practici m us court without an aiincatiun in person oi any memix-r oi tne class U. A. I (rnwn, clerk of the court, will go to ;i I i.i in lso next cducstlay u confer the formal certiticates of a mission. the Indiana Association of I'ire In surance Agents In session at the Com mercial club in this city yesterday af teruoon adopted a resolution for thorough reorganization of tin- tire In surance agents, following the plan n the political organization of the ol purlieu, wun a cuairmau tor eacli con gressional district, who will preside over meetings of the count v chairmen. The district chairmen will Iw announc ed In a few day by the president o the state association. The following officers were re-elected: President .iiiii'ii .it. iieu, r-vaiisviiie; nrsl vice president. John J. Appel. I ndinuapolb second vice president, J. I-'lovd Irish. Ilamuioiul. The following delegates to the national convention at Put-in Hay were chosen: tJeorge W. Inike, Kokomo; tJeorge A. Carr, (Greenfield; It. K. ICreed, Marion; ( George K, laynes. hi wood; A. M. Weil. Kvans- ville; alternates: .1. Vene I'urlninl, Iji srte; Herman Preefer, JetVersonville W. P. (Gabbert. Salem: P. K. .Morrison, Mui.cie; 15. A. liichardsou, Indianapo lis. Senator Morgan's Plan. Montgomery, Ala.. May .MX Senator Morgan has prepared for the consid- i era l Ion of the constitutional conven tion an address designed to support Ail wnTtTKt- cnttise. senator Morgan's ' plan is simple. NoImmIj- but a white man shall hold of lice. A court of three registrars is provided for each county, and these courts shall have absolute power to determine Hie tiiimmcatlons ! of every voter save that an appeal from Its decislus lies to the circuit. The real feature of the plau Is In the provision that only white men shall hold otlice. The registrar plan is sim ilar to that in Mississippi except that the courts of registrars have a much wider discretion. Frank Baldridge Supposed to Be a Victim of Suicide. The reported death and probable suicide of frank Baidridge at Hag erstown bas created a good deal ol interest, Mr. Baldridge being weli known and a member of a famiU which has ai ways been prominent in this county. iie was -o years oi age ana a bachelor; and had slept at night fot the past eight years in the store of K node Porter. Last night he was there as usual and nothing out of the ordinary was noticed in bis actions. iws morning ne was found, dead on his couch in a room in the rear of the store where he slept. Morphine was found sprinkled on the floor, and it is thought be had taken the drug with suicidal intent. mere are many peculiar circum stances. His father was Morrison I I J " J . -v liaiariuge, a prominent man ana a very bright man. He was bookkejei for Newcomb Bros, and also assessor for that township. Twenty-one yean- -j go yesterday Morrison Baldridge was foutd dead in a haymow, where he had gone and cut his throat with a raor in despondency over flDaneiul troubles, i he coincidence is inter csting to say the least of it. Irank Baldridge was a man with many friend, lie was at one timt well to do, but had lost most or all las money in unfort unate ventures He vas secretary of the llagerstown fail association, clerk of the townsin, township assessor, an active Kepub icun, several times a memocr oj me county central committee, and ar. Odd bellow. His mother is Mrs Josephine Baldridge, a sister of Mrs G. S. Dulladway. Miss Lizzie Bald ridge of llagerstown, Mrs. Wil Jemisou of this city and Mrs. Wm Amsden of Greenfield are his half Msters, and Ld Baldriute now of St. Louis, is his half-brother. The coroner went over at 11 )'clock this morning and has not vet returned. grand deacon, junior grand deacon, grand steward and tyier will be ap pointed later by the grand masUr. Adoption ot Piatt Amend meut Confirmed. Washington, May 2. Secretary I R t has a cablegram from General U ood at Havana couhrmiDg the re torts of the adoption bv a vote of lo 1 to 14 of the Piatt amendment. Commercial Man Found Dead. Huntington, W. Va., May 29. C If. ixtwiftu-e. a commercial traveler A Lima, Ohio, representing a jew eirv house, was found dead at noon tuday in his hotel. The coroner investigating. BOY KILLED By Accidental Discharge o Target Gun in hands of Companion. A distressing accident occurred iist Monday afternoon at Lewis burg, Preble county, O. Two bovs. a"ea I-t, were out practicing with a target gun. By some mischance one f the bovs shot the other, the bal entering the lung near the heart i ne wounu provexi iat.i in about an hour. Tbe two bovs were close neighbors and particular friend members of the same . lasses in sehoo. and Sunday school. The name of tbe boy who was killed was liooert Antrim. He was th nly son of wealth v parents and ven right and popular. The trun was a recent present from his father. His parents are distracted with ricf and the whole community i -orrowing over tbe tragedy. MENTAL ANGUISH MEMORIAL FIRE INSURANCE. Treasurer's Accounts Short. Fall Kiver. Mass.. May LMA Ir. Kmanuel Harris of this city, treasurer of the supreme council of the Anieri cau Order of Itruids, Is under arrest ou a complaint of other officers of the supreme council, charged with grand larceny. There is an allegtil shortage of S3."oo In the physician's accounts which he was unable to make good. although offered a chance to do so. Wages Increased. Younirstown. O.. May 2H.-Th- wigesof skilled an! unskilled day men at the Younirstown, Girard, Warren and (5 r.vnville plants of the American Steel Hoop company have lieeu voluntarily incr. used from 1(1 to 2' oer cent. Two thousand men ar. affected. ;irl Strikers Make Thine Lively. New York. Mav 2i. (iirl strikers at the handkerchief factory of Ache- son. Warden & Co , Passaic, N. J. attacked a hundred girls who came to take their places and handled several romrhlv. Then they stoned the factory, breaking the windows. The noliee arrested four, but lost one in :i charge by the strikers. The strikers number three hundred. The Indian grand lodge of Masons yesterday afternoon elected the fol lowing officers for the coming year: Grand master, Orlando W. Urownlack, Pendleton; deputy grand master, Jas. Imnhar, Xew Allmny; senior grand i WitriLii..v VViUlm.ii - ii . M - apolis; junior grand warden, tteorge K. (Grimes, Ladoga; treasurer, Martin II. It lee, Indianapolis; secretary, Cal vin W. Prat her, Anderson. Mr. 1 'ra ther will fill the place so long occupied by William 11. Svnythe f this city. J. Frank Hanly of Ijifayette held a conference at tne state nouse yes terday with '"ltaron" (G. Itothschild of the building and loan department. who Is one of Senator ISeveridge's closest lieutenants, and some joker started the report that the ltaron transferred his fealty to the Iafayette man. who Is supjHised to aspire to a senatorial toga. K. K. lHrr of Fort Wayne, one of the leading tobacco salesmeu of tne country, who is here, says: "The re duction in the war taxes on tobacco. which will go Into effect July 1. will not affect the consumer, who win noi Ht nn.V more tobacco for his money than he does now. It may have the effect, however, to prevent the price of some cheap toK'iceos from advanc ing." - State IjtlHr Commissioner. K P. Me- Cormack savs of the projosed trust of r Indiana coal operators: "It will ben efit the miners. .miougu u m;ii stiffen prices it will make conditions equal and uniform and will be a good thing for the workmen." Representative Samuel P.ell of Un ion City known as one ot tne level headed im-iiiN'rs of the last legisla ture, was here today. "Affairs are very quiet In Union City and we are trying to lehave ourselves. he said. President's Train lu Indl ana. U.irt Wavne. Ind.. Mav 2t. The Presidential train reached here at S this morning. Mrs. McKinley had a comfortable night h-oking with pleasure to see her friends at Canton this afternoon. $10,000 Burglary. Bradner, O , May 2:. The safe in the Mechanics Baukiug company's ofhee here was blown open last night bv burglar and teu thousand dollars laken. The burglars escaped on a hand car. The bank building was wrecked. Manila ws. Manila. P. I., May 2l. Comnus- sary Sergeant Henry Usou was sentenced to three years lmprison- i.nt for stealing supplies. The gov rnins? board at Manila is to consist f un armr ottieer. a Filipino and an American civilian. Probably Drowned. nduskv. O.. May 29. Dennis Wm. Griffith and Alio Adams, employed in the Island stone started in a sailboat last night for Johnson's island. The i w t siw found today capsized. It is believed all were drowned. Monumcntto "Lee Proposed Memphis, Tenn., May 2t. Among resolutions presented at the Con federate reunion was one that con gress be asked to erect a monument la tne naiuw Hoard of Health Slay Itnle. Indianaindis. May 2".. If the school trustees of a city refuse to enforce an order adopted by the city and county boards of health requiring all children to le excluded from the schools until they are vaccinated they may be com pelled by writ of maudainus to euforco it. The supreme court nas jusi re ei- ed a judgment iu ttie case or tne taie ou relatiou of Urose S. Home vs. the school tmstets of the city of KlutTton. in which the circuit court had held that such a writ would not Issue, f Some Figures The Com panies Claim They Do Business Mere at a Loss. The presence here of Mr. Stark weather, inspector for the Chicagi bureau of insurance, has given ris to the talk that a raise in rates is- contemplated in this city; but such we are assurea is not the case. He inspecting all 'mercantile and manufacturing risks in this city and efeVfswhichemay notice which might cause a tire. An insurance agent gives us some information which is interesting ii this regard. There bas been talk that the rates here are too high con sidering the excellence of our tin department. He says that the rates are as low as any first class city in the state, and that the insurance companies, few fires as we have, are really doing business here at a loss, hacking ud his statement with sonit titrures which are of value. We had last year 21 .tires. Of these five were on business property, one was aluu - bcr yard, one a church and one a fai - torv. The factory loss was praet ailv nothicsr. The loss on the church, St. Andrew's, was the prin cipal one, amounting to $18,000 on the building and $5,000 ou the con tents. The losses amounted to $21, 001 on the buildings and $15,012 ou the contents, a total of $37,213. The total risk insured on buildings and contents endangered in these lire's was $85,050. The total receipts of the companies for all insurance in tb is city last year was $55,000. Take from this the losses by tire, which they paid, ol $37.2 13. and it leaves them but !,- 7 to pay all other expenses ot agents commissions, salaries, ex penses of adjustment and the like. at a as tne ageuis gei io pei tcui. the companies have very little left for covering a million dollars or more of l.vj insurance. Memorial Day. Whereas, Thursday, May 30, is the day set apart for the decorating of the graves ot the soiaier aeau. anu for the holding of pro-ier ceremonies commemorative of their deeus o valor and patriotism, I therefore re quest that business be suspended during such hours as Sol Meridith post of the Grand Army, this city, holds ceremonies, and also ask that citizens decorate homes and places of business. W. W. Zimmerman, Mavor. Richmond, Ind., May 29, 19J1. The Closing Will Be General Schools Take a Malf Holiday. The closing tomorrow for Memoria lay will be general iu all public places. The couuty and city olliees oiose as usual, and the a ns also the county oilices close at 10 o'cloc ind the banks do not open at all. lhe city sehuols close at 11:30 ano remain ciosea, giving me cnuaren a half-holiday. The postomce closes at 10 in tn norniug and does not reopen, but there will be a clerk in the back of fice all day. The carriers make on business delivery and one residence leliverv, and are oil for the balance of the day. The closing among the business oouses will be as usual. Some wil uot close, but the... major it y t;liift"- them'on this occasion. '1 he program of exercises by the G. A. It. we have given, and the :rsayor's proclamation will be fo ind elsewhere in this issue. CONFERENCE or the Representatives of the Moulders ! Union and the National Foundry men's With Local Manufactur ers at The Westcott Today. A conference is being held at Th" Westcott hotel this afternoon in re lation to the recent disagreement be tween the moulders and three firms of employers of this cit3. Martin Fox, president of the iron moulders' union of Cincinnati, is chairman of the conference, and J. S. Kirkpatrick of Cincinnati aucMeorire Custer of Indianapolis are with Iut representing the iron moulders' union. The National Found rymen's as sociation is represented by J. L. Ketcham of Brown, Ketcham & C .. of Indianapolis: C Ii. Bauer of War der, Bushnell Glessner of &pring lield: and John L. Penton. The manufacturers of this city are largely represented, nearly every onehaving a representative there: but the ones actively interested ar. fiaar. Scott & Co.. the Mill Works and Robinson & Co. llzy :De Charge! up Against the Corimratioii Found In Fault. 4, AX I3J PORTA XT RULING . r r r r "Cr 1 Law r.nJer Which Tlantiirin Damage Sail p-ainst Telegraph Company recovers Is Constitutional. Throtiirh Three Conrts the Ferguson Case Has Gone and Plaintiff . Gets His Pamasres. Indianapolis, May 29. Judge lien ley, of the appellate court, was sus lauieu yesterday by tne supreme court m its decision of what is known as tne '"mental anguish" case arising on account of the Western Union Tel cgriipu company railing to Oeliver a message to the apin-llee, Ferguson calling him to the burial of his grand mother. Damages iu the sum of $100 had been given in the lower court. some tiuie during February tills year the appellate court announced its inability to agree with the law in this state, a it existed, allowing damages under sileh circumstances, and Judge Henley wrote the opinion for the court vei i ii j ins i e case to the supreme court, wtierein he shows the over whelming trend of modem decisions as ling against the doctrine ns It pi. ted under earlier decisions and re quested rtie supreme court to so mod ify the law. In the decision just hand ed down? the supreme court declares the present law is constitutional. Suicide In a Church. ICokonus Ind., May IS). Aggie Long. aged 14. Hgauist la the village chnreh at Sycamore, this county, entered the church yesterday afternoon to practice music for coming services. Iast even ing her body was found in the church. the girl having committed suicide iu the pulpit by shooting. While in the niuiiHic ei prayer at rue ministers cnair sue: Pent a Pullet ttiromrh bert heart. The act was premeditated, but no certain cause is known. She left note on- the organ telling how her funeral wa to be conducted. CO 0 CO CO (A CO CO CO IS t4 KNOLLENBERG'S ANNEX SPECIAL SALE IRON BEDS, ROCKERS & OAK STANDS, Store closes 1 oVIock Decoration day. c "3 c r 5 Over half an acre of tfoor space devoted to carpets and furniture. This week we are going to offer you some splendid values in Iron lieds, Oak Stands, Rockers, etc 1 lot of iron leds each. Think of r.n for f 2 aO. Another lot. little letter and nicer for f:i.J0. And Mill a Utter one only 12 in this lot, but t.nkc one or more for 7" each. u o 1 !l 1 tmi I I i V! A ! T-Jtt TVT-T"r; 'ii ; -r I v 1 1 11 S Iron lVls, cheap at t sjecil sale price $.Yh. 3 nice lied., our $ ones for only J3. 75. 9 lieils, assorteil, gol values at $M, thi week JUS .60. If you want an iron bed,'buy one now ami save money. We have them up to the best and a good assortment. ' 100 Oak Stands, new designs, elegant finish. They will go in our furniture sale for a reduction of 10 per cent. ltiotoas Students Arrested. ColumbUr", Ind., May 20. Forty-five students o the Columbus high school, the major! y of them being members of the cla-, that was graduated Mon day nigbf. were arrested yesterday afternoon i-a warrants charging them with partV;pat1ng In a riot on the street: - "' - ' - or the fiisrti school Itullulng ttnmeili ately aftr the class day exereises of the graduating class had taken place. lie Was Salislled. Anderson, Ind., May U0. A strange man, representing hwnseir as a gas inspector and carrying tools in his hand, wa.-i admitted to the home of he nuns, engaged iu teaching Cath olic schools, and he passed from room to room, tapping the pipes, and finally withdrew, expressing himself satislied that there was no leakage. After his withdrawal a purse containing $0 was missing. Hlggins Case Aflirrned. Indianapolis, May 20. The supreme court has athrmcu me juugmeut con victing Councilman John M. Higgins of ludianaiHilis of the crime or solicit ing a brile. Higgins was chargetl with having solicited from David M. Carry, manager of the Parry Manu facturing company, pay for his vote in supiort of an ordinance granting the company the right to lay a switch from a railroad to its factory. $ 1 L. kmmfM 0 : I 4. . 5 1 ' ' " ' (JO If ! UlflAHSt 25 Rockers, Choice $3 the )nr store closes Ilecor ilioa d.iv :it 1 o'clock for the balance of FOR CARPETS. FURNITURE AND SEE US. BICYCLES. WATOM FO mtVYXntiri The Geo, H. Knollenberg Co. s 13 Co CO 00 Co CO A CO S3 S3 S3 CO 93 S3 S3 CO Co $3 YOU CAN LOOK FOR GREAT SURPRISES FROM NOW ON N SIZES 34 AND 35 - - - ltenniteU In Old Age. Tipton. Ind.. May 20. Seipio Swan. .ve rears oKL and Mary Ijoighorn. of similar age. have been inuttHl tn m; riage. They were lovers in early youth, but quarreled over a plow, Mr. Swan going soutlu and is now tlw owner of a plantation near Xew Or leans, while his sweetheart remaiia-d north, married another man. and now owns 20O acres of fine laud in this couuty. A ntl-Vaccinationists Win. Evansville. Ind May 20. City At torney Albert Funkhouser has given an opinion on the school law. and ty his decision 51 children, whose parents had refused to vaccinate them, were returntl to school. Feudists t'ases On Trial. Iondon. Ky.. May 20. The case of Millard Thilpot. chargtvl with killing IVputy Sheriff Felix I:tvidsou last May. was calhnl in court here yester dav and continued by the common wealth till the Vtoler temu The case of Jule WebK Bi'd MeCallum and Tay lor Spurlot k chargtnl with killing Chad Hall and members of the Garrard fac tion of the White-Garrard feud of Clay Monty, to oa trial todj Klute-Kreimeier. This evening at t:W o'clock at the home of the bride's parents on Lioerty avenue, rYed Klute and Miss Emma Kreimeier will be united in marriaire. Rev. Huber of St. Pa.l's f.utheran church wdl perform the ceremony. t.ni- me lmmeuiaie re.i. tives will be present. Mr. iviute has prepared a line home for himself and bride al4UV souin iwentn street... n eleirant supper will be served after which the wedded couple will go to their new home. Masonic. The Indiana grand loige of Ma sons, which convened at Indianapolis yesterday, elected tne toaowing orii-cers. 0 rand Master Orlando W . brown- back, Pendleton. Iteputy Grand Master James v . DunbarNew Albany "Senior Grand Warden William E. English, Indianapolis. Junior Grand Warden George E. Grimes. Ladoga. Grand Treasurer Martin II. Rice, Indianapolis. Grand Secretary Calvin W. Prather, Indianapolis, Trustees Isaac P. Leyden and Frank E. Gavin, Indianapolis. Tbe other officers, tbe grand Chapi4!.n grand - lecturer, senior Base Ball. Tomorrow afternoon the tlamilton Krehs will cross bats with the Eutre Nous. An interesting game may be looked forward to from the fact that the Krebs so far this season have played some remarkably close game with several well known amatuer teams. The local teana is now getting in shape to make it interesting for any visiting team. Tiateman who was quite a favorite with the "fans" of this city in the position at short with the local team w.U play third lor xne visitors. On June 2. tbe Shamrocks of Cin cinnati will be hore. Thy will also keen the local team busy to win out. The line-up of the local team wil be same as in former games this sea That i f the visitors stows a strong line-up as foiiows: Rateman, 3. What kind are they? I i l ill ,.f K,.. L--v never iirani icn i mem fore. Well here they are: Plated knives, forks or noons lor oniy .h- rani, hrass nouse numbers oc, fnr (;hin.i cttns a p.d saucers. fruit fillers for Tc, Tc metal cemetery" vaces, 3irs. i on s iron handles c. ic large child's tov table, cast steel hatchet ic, c short handle Warsaw. Ind., Mav 20-Martin noff- Slldz dipper, large tlOUr Or , a j , i i i " n - e ii(r:iv nns oniv lie. ojc ior - . tliR 1 size nickle plated olTee pots. A few more bi- v!es ana gasonnc sucs Foster lurler Trial lieguts. Tira7.il. Ind.. Mav 2!'. I he trial of Oiiincv Foster for the murder of Har- lev Mclkmald at Fontant. tct. i'.kh). is on ia ttie circuit court here on a change oi venue iroiii i.so ituhij. The shooting of McDonald was the cnlm'nation of a lamily quarrel. Both narties were well to do. SufTK-ateI in the Mud. heins. 1!S vears old. was found dead in the roadway near Climefte. He was subject to epilepsy, aim is supposen to have In-cn attacked while riding his bicvcle. In falling his face was burled in. a ditch, and -death was caused by suffocation. Nadelson. ss. Morton, If. Ward, cf. Green, lb. Weber, rf. Kellner. c. rvlinke, 2d. Harley, p. MIAMI V The last college Earlham Notes. Mrs. Glanton of Columb is, ind., is the guestof her daughter, Miss Marie Glanton. A reception is to be given the Se nior class bv Dr. and Mrs. Dt nnis to morrow evening. The annual Sophomore-Senior b m- ouet is to take place at the West dt next r riday evening. The Freshmen and Jun'ors ar be entertained at the home of Mis' Hoover on the same evening. bo sold at any pr ce. NOAH'S ARK CLOSING OUT SALE. We have too many odds and ends in thesa sizs and they must b3 sold. We are showing ALL WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS AT $4.50, $5, $6, $7.50 up to $15. WORSTED SUITS $ $10, $12, $13.50 up to $18. You should see them bafore you buy. LOKIllt & KLUTF, THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. EARLHAM. baseball game to be played here this year is one with Miami which is to be played at Reid field tomorrow afternoon at z.dO. the best, if not tb.3 best, of the sea son: The opposing nines are: MIAMI. Wilkinson or C. Reeder Turner Wood Joyce Frost Reeder Witter Turner Coleman EARLHAM Hobbs Stanley Drischell Grave Second base Bertsch Third base A. Binford Right field Mills Center field Fickel Left field Nye Pitcher Cacher Short-slop i irst base DEATHS-FUNERALS Wilson Walter Wilson died ver suddeuly yesterday at Easthaven where he had been only a few weeks The funeral will be tomorrow morn ing at 9 o'clock from the home of hi ister. Mrs. W-l'iam McMahan. 3 north fifth street Rev. Chamnes will officiate. Interment at Center ilie, Connor Robert Connor died yes te relay at Easthaven. Tne remaii. were shipped to Marion this morn ing for interment. iioccRA Aipnus liouera. agea years, cuea at t,isthaven this morn ing. Interment at the home grounds Today Quotations. 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