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The Cañon City Record.
tol. mi >• .* SECOND FILTER WILL SOON BE FINISHED From Wednesday’s Daily It will be gratifying to the public to learn that the filtration system at the waterworks plant will be finish ed this week and that in the future Canon City will hare an abundant supply of clear, pure water at all times. The second filter basin, now nearly ready for use. covers an area of approximately three-eights of an acre and will be a valuable auxiliary to the one put into operation about a month ago It contains four feet of sand and gravel and is built In con formity with the latest ideas in such ANOTHER PRETTY WEDDING WEDNESDAY Prom Wednesday"* Dally. A very pretty wedding wu solem nised »t high noon today, when Mle» Alice Hardin* daughter of Mr. and Mrs U L. Hardin*, of ihla city, wai united In marriage to Mr. Wllse Breveter of Beuna Vtata. Colorado. Tbe weddln* took place at the home of the bride’s parents, >O3 Allleon avenue The ceremony was perform ed by Itev. Frederick Carman, rector of Christ church of this city. Tbs bouse was beautifully decors ed with asparagus ferns, under a can opy of which tbe couple were united. The bride was dreaaed In m troxel la* anil of brown and carried a show er boquet of sweet peas The gToom wore the conventional black The bride and groom were unattended. About forty guests were present, rel atives end Immediate friends of the contracting parties The out-of-town guest, were Mrs George Brewster, and daughter. Irma, of Sallda. moth GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH WEATHER STATION HERE SOON From Wedaeeday’a Dally. Under the provisions of the appro priation obtained by Senator Gug genheim from the federal treasury last winter a station of the weather bureau of the Department of Agricul ture will be Inaugurated here very shortly by Fred H. Brandenber* of Denver and will be placed In charge of Prof. G. C. Sherwood, who haa been appointed local observer. Through the efforts of Dr F N. Carrier the mat ter of obtaining a elation of the bu reau here wan brought to the atten tion of Senator Ouggcnhelm. who auc oeeded In getting an appropriation of f]|#o from tbe government for Its euport for n period of two years. Mr Ursadrnberg la espected in Canon City this afternoon to Install the new eerrlce and to explain to Prof. Sherwood the duties that will devolve upon him. Tbe establishment of a station here for meteorological observations will be of great value to tbe fanning, gardening and hortlcul MILLER TO BE RE LEASED FROM JAIL Prom Wednesday’, Dally After completing a twenty days’ sentence In the county Jail (or some misdemeanor under the laws of the ■tale Louie Miller will be given bin liberty tomorrow. At present there are ten prisoners In tbe county Jail, inout of them haring been bound ov er to tbe November term of tbe dis trict court for trial. They art as fol low*. M. J. Kaufman, laroeny; Pat rick Sullivan, attemplad rape. Louis MlUer, laroeay; Mwll Aglrt. an sailll with Intent In do bodily Injury; construction. Sixteen hundred cubic yards of gravel and washed sand have been put into it and it is computed that it will filter two million gallons of water every 24 hours, or rather more than the present dally con sumption of the community.. With both filterers in use a supply of pure water sufficient for a town of 25,000 population will be available. When the task on which the men are now employed is finished they will devote their attention to improving the grounds adjacent to the waterworks plant. . er and sister of the groom, and the i Misses Gladys and Gretta Saffin of I Cincinnati, Ohio, cousins of the i bride. A delicious luncheon was ser- 1 . ved at the close of the ceremony. The bride is a young woman of . man gvod, sterling qualities, which j i qualifies her to take any position In . life. The groom is a man of excel • lent family, with good business abil ities and generally liked by all who know him. Mr. and Mrs. Brewster wore sup . posed to leave cm No. 1 Ibr Buena • : Vista. . trot they gave the fuesta ■ the slip and went to Florence where i they left on No 2 for Denver. The happy couple will make their . home at Buena Vista where Mr. ■ Brewster holds the position of sher i Iff of Chaffee county. The Daily i Record joins with their many friends , in Canon City in wishing them great happiness in their new relationship. tura] interests of the community, par ticularly during the spring and au tumn months, and will be duly ap preciated by all classes of our dtl sens. The observations will, in all probability, be made from the roof of the high school building and tbe signal flags will be hoisted there ir present arrangements are carried out. Records of the condition of the weather, including the temperature, humidity, sunshine, the direction and velocity of the wind, snowfall, etc. will be made once every day and giv en to the public through the local press. Among the instruments which will be sent from the weather bureau at Washington for use at the Canon City station will be a maximum and minimum thermometer, a barometer, hygrometer and an anemometer: the two latter for measuring the density of the atmosphere and tbe velocity of the wind respectively. G. E. Dement, breach of trust; An gels Munch. exposure of person; W. H. Hawkins, (colored) larceny; lx*on re liner (oolornd). laroeny; Frank Ha volt, abduction. Kauffman, who is doing a Jail seotence for stealing a quanUty of cutlery from the Hard ing Hardware company while assist las In the removal of its stock of goods from its old to Ha now piaos of buslasss, will bs rsttassd so tbs ITU Us!* CANON CITY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, JFNE 23, 191 ft. WILL ENDEAVOR TO LOCATE STATE HOME HERE From Wednesday’s Dally. A joint meeting between a special i committee representing Canon City Lodge, No. 7, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and the Canon City Bu siness Men’B association will be held at tbe office of Secretary Maddox of the latter organization at 4:00 o’clock this afternoon for the purpose of dis cussing ways and means for securing the location of the proposed Odd Fel lows Home in this city. The com mittee from the lodge will be compos ed of Judge Charles E. Waldo, C. H. Roddin, P. M. Dinner, Augustus Pease and Lafe Combs. The matter of lo cating the proposed home will come up for determination at the meeting of the Odd Fellows grand lodge to be held In Cripple Creek next October. It is understood that a donation of at least forty acres of irrigated land contiguous of the city limits will be required to secure the prise. It is understood that the grand lodge has the sum of SIOO,OOO to pat into the contemplated borne and many towns are after it in consequence of the added value it will give to real estate holdings. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY From Wednesday's Daily. About twenty of the friends of Mrs. Llovd Williams surprised her last evening with a party at her horns 1232 River street. The occasion of the gathering yesterday being the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Will iams Refreshments were served and a general god time was enjoyed by all^ Mr. B. Walton is a new-comer to this city and has taken np bis resi dence at 1205 River street. He came from Pueblo and is employed by the D. A R. G. railroad. Mra. John Katerman returned to her home in Florence yesterday, af ter a visit here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lage Combs on Greenwood avenue. LINCOLN PARK NEWS From Wednesday’s Daily Miss Munnlce is helping Mrs. An drews in drilling tbe children. Chas. Trotter of Ordway has been visiting his parents on Park avenue. The Hnnter family are looking af ter Joe Hoyt's cherry crop during his absence in New Mexico. Grandma Shaver, who has been ill at her home on Grand avenue is able to be about aglan. Lincoln Park Is fragrant with the perfume of new mown alfalfa hay, as ranchmen are getting in their supply for the winter. Will Kelllng from Westcllffe is taking cars of the home interests . while his brother. Fred, is at the Sa lida hospital. The wedding guests from a distance who have been spending some days at the home of Dr Youngman hare de parted. Mr. Gillen and sister and Mias Ma ble Cuthbert spent a pleasant even ing with the Gebhardt young folks Monday Dr. Leon Woodford is down from Denver visiting the home folks be fore going west to assume profes iions! practice. Mr. Affleck on Sherman avenue has been working on his Urge back porcb at odd times and bas It nearly com pleted. ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of letters remaining unclaim ed In the postoffice at Canon City, for the week ending. June 19, 1910 Ashby. Victor. Bobbitt. Mr. E. W. Bonderson. Mr. Carl (2) Bulger. Dimitor, Elueff. Burnes. Mrs Evelyn. Burns. Mrs. L. R. Cain. Mrs Mary. Carlson. Mr. Jacob. Clarke. A. P. Clarkson. Mi*s All. Carey. Mrs. Elva. Dickens. Miss Mamie and Mrs. Dickens. Miss Mamie. Dickens. Mrs. Thompson. Ferry. Mr Claude M. (I). Friable. Mrs. Charllt Graham. Mrs. Missouri A Hibbard. H Alas. Might. Mrs. H. G Jobss, Mr. W. J. T.auettlr, Was Prerl. T es. Spencer. T fjt* V- »nok Lit' W W? P (V Maal on, M*f. F V Mar'-wrr. Mias ttva Millar, Mra. aim. Mftto. Mrs |fsaa,‘ WEEKI.Y THE GLORIOUS FOURTH IliK uiov f*j»r a *afer uud sauer Fear. . < i J .il\ U atira* nug inure attention than e\ er this j ear. in some town* awl «in»-s the ss:e of dangerous fireworks bus lx>eti limited. In other places U has been prohibited altogether. A« i « idiug i•» Mrs Isaac L. Klee, a cuu> uous advocate of the <ufe and sane Fourth, the casualties of T laxi July w»-r.’ while the total looses t.» the <'«»u tine Utah* at the battles of Lexington. Bunker Hill, Fort Moniirie. While Plains. Fort \Yn>binglon. Monnu :ind Cuwfien* were only Lll9. The re/onnen* l»*\e no quarrel with Ani.-ri j*utrk>:i*m or with t» : ** Fourth of July itself. They love Old Glory ;ii:d In ’• \ e »lint the Fourth of July shoo ir. America’s day of days. Bnt they object to the great yearly «9enfh rod can****! by tor pi-toN. « anuon «*ra«*ker* fireworks, bomb* and f; rearms of every description. Wi*li luute eloquence Ufes pi.rurc “The ou« Fourth** reIN ft* . vn story of tragedy, of heartbreak and ■»' ‘ u>’\ et luuve ** Most We Have A'Scene Like This In A Canon Cityome Before' We Folly Realize The Importance Of Saner Foorth Legislation? Tbe good work of sanding is atill in progress on Elm avenue. John Devivler’s bouse on Wilson street is pushing towards comple tion. It is a good ixed and the ma terial is cement block. Miss Sophia Tobler, one of the re cent graduates of South Canon high school has enrolled as a student at Dood’s Cmerclal College. The Junior association met on Mr. 1 Komlg’s lawn Saturday afternon. About twenty little folks enjoyed a program about Alaska Wm. MacDougall’s new bulkU.r.g on . Popular avenue is assuming ample proportions. It will be a fine large residence when completed. The Dally Record nasturtiums are coming into bloom in some places. It will be intereating to watch for developments in that direction. This street is wide and straight (graded in fine shape and with this additional painstaking will be the most popular thoroughfare on Lincoln Park. I Howard Coper, messenger boy for | the Western Union Telegraph com pany. while delivering messages in this vicinity Monday took dinner with his S. S. teacher at 532 Sherman avenue. (Continued on Page Four.) Morten son. Mr. Arthur. Mullet Mr. John. Parade. I'rbanon. Sr. Parker. Miu Hattie. Potter. I.oula A. Peteraon. Mr. Lawrence. Perettl. Mr. John. PokkeU. Mr*. H. Pokket* Mias H Modulation. Mr. K. Reed. Mr* Annie V. Rlekt. Mr. P. W Rice. M. O. O. Robert*. Mia* Elate. Robin eon. Mr. Raymond. Rubb. Mr* M. V. Sever*. Mr. William Staler. Mr*. A. L. Stambo. Ml** IVrra. Smith. Mr. A B. Smith, Mr*. Chnrlea. Sorondeft. Mr. WIUco SoulllTaa, Mr* u E Htael. Kthya Stewart. Mr* Oeorg*. Stewart. Mr*. May. Strang*. Mr*. Chari** Slug. Mr. Alt. Urhataeh, Ml** Anna. Walfalnrld, Mm. LoMa Warahl*. Mm. Mary William*. MM* atom. POPULAR YOUNG PEOPLE MARRY From Wednesday’s Daily. A very pretty home wedding was celebrated at the residence of Mr and Mrs o. J. Rundahl. 829 Main street, at high noon today when their daugh ter, Miss Linnie. was married to Mr. Will W. Coleman of Fort Collins. The nuptials were solemnized by Rev. C E. Sparks, pastor of Trinity English Lutheran church, in accordance with the ritual of his denomination. Only a few relatives and the more intimate friends were in attendance; both bride and groom having expres sed a preference for a quiet, simple ceremony. The bride wore a hand some dress of embroidered white net and was unattended. The wedding march was played by Miss Mae Rit tenhouse and during the wedding ser vice Professor Pegrsni sang, “O, Promise Me." After congratulations had been extended to Mr. and Mrs. Coleman by tbe assembled guests re freshments were served and an op portunity afforded the company of inspecting the presents, which were numerous and costly. The happy couple left on the Denver A Rio Grande train No. 2 this aferncon for Denver where they will spend their honeymoon, later going to Port Col lins where they will make their NEW GRAND STAND FOR BALL GROUNDS From Wednesday’. Daily. The Sunday School Athletic lea gue of ihl, city I, receiving bide from the contractors for the building of n grand etand on tbe baseball grounds nt the rear of the high school build ing The etand will be one hundred feel long and nine and n half feet high with four tiers of seal*. This •HI add greatly to the comfort of the vtatiore at the games as well as a boom for the athletic spirit of the city It would be a great help to the town If more people would lake more interest la tbe S.B.A.L ball game* which are played on tbe ground, ev ery evening from l:H to 7; II o'clock except kalerdmy evening They arc good games of hall borne. They were accompanied to the railroad station this afternoon by host of the guests and were shower ed with rice and other symbols of good luck. The bride is one of Canon City's most popular and accomplished young women and her friends are le gion. She has lived here nearly all of her life and is a* capable as she is winsome and attractive. In leav ing here she carries with her the best wishes of a wide circle of ac quaintance. The groom came to Can on City a few years ago from Hast ings. Nebraska, and by his gentle manly conduct and industry soon es tablished himself in the good opinion of the community. For some time he was employed in a clerical capacity at the Ceylon Tea store, subsequent ly resigning bis position there to en gage in business on hla own account at Fort Collins, where he is "making good** in mercantile lines. A multi tude of friends unite in wishing them a long life of perennial happiness and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman will be at home to their friends at 502 Plum street. Fort Collins, after July 15th. ENTERTAINS AT LAWN SUP PER AND HOUSE PARTY Prom Wednesday * Dally. Ml** Merle McLain entertained a number ot ber friends last night with a lawn party at her home oa North Sixth street The company as sembled at 7:00 o'clock at which time •upper was served on the lawn. Those present were the Mines Leila and Perne Armstrong. Blanch* De- Wee**. Leila Dickinson. Hasel Gard ner. Rose Line*, Margaret McKan ale. Veda Ragsdale, Prank Boyle. Herbert Oomb*. Albert Oarllaghonaa. Boyd Gatewood. Hermaa Ora rea. Maple Harl. Bari Lae, Montgomery Rodger* aad Burdon Sherrill. All enjoyed a nod time which la aharao tsrlMIc of the McLain hoepItaWy The yeeng ladle* were MM* M*> Lola'* gweeta to* the night. NO. 18.