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WHEN THEY HEAR
OLD TIME SONGS
Women Who Cheered Them as!
They MarchecI BO Years Ago,
Repeat the Melodies on the
OETTY.Sninin. Pa.. July 1. Over
the held of r,rttY;;lurpr, where ir.0,000
men in blue and pray fought with the
weapons of war r0 years ap, the sol
diers of peace fror-j the north and
south, the cast and the west trooped
Monday to the tented city of brown
where they will live in the foiir days
of seni-centennial celebration. It was
an army united in sentiment and
united in fact, for tho blue linked
arms with the pray. They marched
the dusty road together from the vil
lage, they sat down at the same mess
tables, and they talked over the war
before the same camp tires Monday
Olheials cf the regular army in
charge of the camp Monday night
estimated that nearly 15,000 veterans
came in during the day bringing the
total close to 40,000, probably the
greatest army that ever assembled on
'Jettysburg field after Loo'and Meado
J"K it to glory and to history.
Although the program of the cele
bration will not be taken up until
Tuesday, there was a reception Mon
day by the survivors of IUiford's divi
sion of Meade's army and Wheeler's
division of Leo's. The meeting was
held in the big tent set aside for the
Fieechmakinr of the celebration and
Kegan iv years io me nour irom wif,(iav vith Mrs
time when the first shot preceding th
battle was fired. The gray cavalry
men who foil Klit the skirmishes that
led up to the three days' liglit pledged
themselves in the rhadous of the
stars and stripes to "forKet" and
their brothers in blue swore by the
stars and bars that the fight was over
for all time.
Women Sing Old Songs.
There were several women from the
village in the tent and six one-time
school girls, grey-haired and aged
now, sang "Rally 'round the Flags.
Boys", while the" veterans wept like
hoys, but with pride. The six women
who sang the battle stmg were among
those who thronged the streets of Get
tysburg after the advance guard of the
southern army left it Tot y ars ago.
"I'm afraid we can't s:iik like we
sang 50 years ago." said the matronly
woman who acted as hader as she led
the way up the steps to the plat
form. "We dor.'t care: just sing again,"
phoutod the v terans.
Four goerirs came into camp
Monday. c,ov. Mcfiovern of Wiscon
sin was the first arrival: Gov. Tener
)f Pennsylvania was clase on his he. 'Is
and Governors Mann of Virginia
of Kentuckv arrived
Gen. Sickles, tho onl.v corps com
mander of the union army on the
field, was the center of attraction of
hundreds of men in gray. He sat on
the porch cf the Rogers' house on the
field near the spot where he was shot,
and there stood handshaking with all
Before the southerners left the j
RoKers h' ue thev shouldered the '.
general, carried him nut into the bat
tlefield and stood him up before the
camera fire and moving picture ma
chines. ICE DRIVERS ON STRIKE
xi:v i'a.sti.i:. lii.i.. July 1. j
Drlv.-rs f-)r an iif comp-'uiy struck
Mon-lay. rt'fusini; to work at tht-ir'
tr Tit ;i!.iry ! t caiu of V.c heat. A!
horta-'' 't ire has a'.sl the local;
company to iss-.;.- notice that not more
than C j j)OunJs will Le sohl to a family.
DOES NOT THINK SON
IiMjuett to Ie Held Tuesday on llody
of Lutian I). Tennant Who
I HOSTOX, July 1. At tho request
! of Iliehard S. Tennant, an attorney of
; Tern? Haute, Ind., an inquest will
lie held next Thursday into the death
of his s-n, Iucian P. Tennant, a post-
f'"1' :!"!':;!;'. "",";?"! "?!rr;
bullet in the head on West Boston
bridge April 22.
Tennant wrote the police that he
did not believe his son committed sui
cide and it was announced Monday
that his wish for a thorough investi
gation would be respected. An in
quiry by the police at the time of
the young man's death revealed the
fact, it was said, that he was mentally
unbalanced from over study. A revol
ver was found on the body and the
authorities considered it a clear case
. suicide. After the autopsy the
body was removed to Terre Haute.
Mrs. Anr.ie liobart with her daugh
ter, Miss Gerturde, of Eaton Kaplds,
Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ad
Mrs. Elmer Hoover and children.
Marion, Margaret and Kayo, of Niles
and Miss Alice Jones of Jalt Lake
City were week-end guests at Noel
Miss Stella Ponnell returned Sunday
to her home in Chicago after a week's
visit at the W. A. Eidson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Eoren Marquissee of
St. Joseph spent Sunday at the home
of tlie former's mother. Mrs. Martha
The Sunday school of the M. E.
church will enjoy an all day picnic
at the Indian Fields Friday. July 4.
Rev. and Mrs. H. Langdon re
turn d Friday from Hastings, Mich.,
where they attended a meeting of the
State Christian Endeavor association.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koontz and
liil1rnn of South lioml snent Sun-
KoontzVs mother, Mrs.
Flora E. Iais
Mrs. Lester Crego jft Monday for
her home in Oklahoma City after a
month's visit at the home of her
father. J. W. Ferrell.
Mrs. Mary Fisher of San Jose, Cal.,
is a visitor at the home of 1 r. and
Mrs. W. F. Bullard.
Miss Olive Simpson of Niles spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Simpson.
C. B. Bowers of Chicago was a
week-end visitor with his family at
the Shaker farm.
The W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. Annie Ilad
lock. Mrs. Addie Proceus went to St. Jo
seph Monday for a week's visit with j
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deo and son were i
t visiters nt the home ot Mr. Don's ,
: ........ jrs i)eo jn tjle country j
s Miller of Michigan City ;
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. j
and Mrs. Charles Miller, sr. j
William Stanley, who has been '
working in Illinois the past year, is
visiting his mother. Mrs. William ,
J. I. Caldwell, who is working Tor'
the Kawneer company of Niles. spent i
Sunday with his family at this place.
The Berrien Springs band will give
their weekly concert Wednesday even
ing. HARRY L.YERRICK
219 So. St. Joseph St.
IVrsxinal attniUco plven all work, C
"ay or went. Lady ns.sista.nt. I
Homo phone 5743. Hell phone 745
FOUR GIRLS DROWN
WHILE IN BATHING
Clothing round on Hank Near Klk
hart Shows Eldest (iirl Tried
to Rescue Her Younger
ELKHART, Ind.. July 1. Four
girls, only daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
John Schwin. living two miles and a
half from Elkhart, -were drowned In
the St. Joseph river at Myers land
ing three miles above the city- some
time Monday afternoon.
The girls range from 6 to 13 years
of ago and are: Alice 15, Clara 12,
Ida 10. and Grace C. They have
A mute testimony of the eldest
girl's heroism was shown in the ar
rangement of the clothes on the bank.
The clothes of the three younger ones
were carefully folded in a pile on
the hank while those of the eldest
were scattered about on the hank. It
showed that she must have seen the
plight of her younger sisters and hur
riedly undressed to go to their rescue.
The clothes were found by two boys !
who started an investigation. loiter
a launching party helped In finding
the four bodies.
BOY IS KILLED WHILE
VISITING HIS UNCLE
NEWCASTLE, Ind., July 1. Wy
coff Creger, 11, son of Pr. Creger,
former state senator from Indianapo
lis, was killed near here Monday
night when an automobile driven by
Jamea Baird, the boy's uncle, turned
turtle and pinned the boy under the
oar. AccordinK to Baird the car
skidded and he was unable to right it.
Wycoff had been spending his va
cation with his uncle and when his
father came for him Sunday the boy
pleaded to be allowed to stay longer
and was granted permission to re
main until Tuesday. He was tak
ing his last automobile ride when tho
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Miners Had Atlolph Philcoin Already
Tor Hanging Wlien Ho is
PITTSBURGH, July 1. With a
noose around his neck and members
of a mob endeavoring to throw the
end of the rope over a limb of a tree,
Adolph Philcoin, aged 40, a miner,
only escaped summary violence Mon
day by the arrival of county detectives
in an automobile at Beadling, below
With drawn revolvers the county
officers pushed their way into the
crowd, unfastened the rope from
Philcoin's neck, rushed ,him to the
the automobile and, amid a heavy fire
from revolvers in the hands of the
infuriated miners, c.-caped unscathed
towards this city.
Philcoin is accused of assaulting a
When the offense became known a
mob formed and captured Philcoin in
a woods. It was decided to lynch
him, bit while a rope was being
sought some person telephoned to the
county detectives' sub-headquarters at
ENDORSE TWO DEMOCRATS
A meeting of the Pulaski club, a
non-partisan organization for Poles
only, met at their hall Monday nicht
and accepted 33 new members. The
membership is now ;5. The club en
dorsed Frank Bilinski. democratic
candidate, to succeed himself as city
clerk, and John Olejniczak as coun
cilman on the democratic ticket, to
represent the sixth ward.
St Mary's Grounds
Not Open to Public
Tho authorities at St, Mary's
have decided that hereafter tho
grounds of tho institution will not
be opened to the public.
Owing to tho imposition of sorao
persons who have been freely al
lowed the use of tho grounds, thi3
decision haa become necessary.
The speeding of automobiles, be
sides, being a menace to safety, hai
also aided in damaging the drive
ways and shrubbery.
Persons who have business with
the institution, or have children in
u.ttendance there, will find no dif
ficulty in enjoying the same priv
ileges as in the past and they shall
receive courteous attention at all
During tho vacation months,
visitors who wish to be shown
through the buildings at St. Mary's
will be accenr-mo dated on Tues
day's and Thursday's from 10 a,
m. to 5 p. m.
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And Trade Marks Obtained In all
Countries. Advica Free. GEO. J.
OLTSCH, Registered Patent Atty., 711
T12 Studebaker Bids:., South Bend, Ind.
To Ue People of South Bend,
AYhereas, I am autliorfzed to Issue
proclamation for the muzzling and
confining of all animals of dog kind
when tlve disease of hydrophobia is
hi danger of becoming prevalent, and
Whereas there ij now danger of the
dlseaso becoming prevalent,
iow I do hereby Isruo my Procla
mation, ordering and requiring all
lersons owning or harboring any ani
mal of the dog Idnd to confine the
framo by good aand .substantial means
to tho house, outhouse or yard wliero
such ierson may reside, for a term
beginning July 1ft, and ending Sci
temler 1st, 1913, unless animal is
Witness my hand and seal In the
City of South Bend, this 28th day of
June, A. D. 1913.
CILVS. Im GOETZ,
3Iayor of the City of South Bend.
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