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THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1928. ; the hours, Brad j were nails hu - , his a inquire - always friend hut Then - - tx He and were m drrw Brad the . .' one Uejaer to set for December 3 in the Marion county criminal court by Judge James A. Col - lms. wrtgnt. who also is under in dlctment with Edward Trausott in a criminal court nquor conspiracy ease. is cnarren wun automobile banditry Ttd with, being an habitual criminal. James Walker, former convict, ar restee witn wncnt. wiu be tnea November 23 before Fremont Alford, special judge, on the charge of possession of a weapon as an ex - convict. I Judge Collins also announced that the trial of Phillip Smith, indicted for the murder of Terrance (Red) King, at the Green Mill Oardens, in East Thirty - eighth street barbecue, Would be held December 32. SCOTTISH RITE REUNION ft. Wayne Bodies fielding Their Semi - Anna al Cnveaun. I Special to The iBdlanapolte Newt FT. WAYNE. Ind, November 14. Masons from various cities in northern Indiana are here attending the semi annual reunion or tne Ancient Ac cepted Scottish Rite of Fiee Masonry ox tne vauey 01 Ft. Wayne at tne Scottish Rite cathedral, which opened Tuesday. 1 - xne convocation wiu close witn tne twenty - second, twenty - ninth, nine teenth and tnlrty - second degree work Tcursaay. ana a grand jutilee banquet Thursday night. Samuel D. Jacaaon wlD be toastmaster at tne banquet. I Among the thirty - third degree Masons registered are D. Burns Douglass, B Paul Mossman, Frank E. Bohn Dr. Noah R. Wenger, John H. Aiken, F. E. Stouder, Edward M. Wlljon and Dr. O M. Leslie, of Ft. Wayne; Barry F. M'vm. of Marlon? Uarlr T. TMrlrrmr I of Valparaiso; Elwood Barnard, of Greenfield, and C. M. Case, of Ken - dallville. Dr. Leslie is also an active member of the supreme council' and deputy for Indiana. member of the Indianapolis board of school onmmi&xionera and was prominent in Masonic circles and club life in Indianapolis, died early Tuesday at his home shortly .after an fttack ot heart diresse Mr. AHlrtti was born in Coles county. Illinois, t in the neighborhood of Abraham Lincoln's old home. Bis mother and uncle were reared in neighboring cabins with the Lincoln family. In Lincoln's campaign for the presidency a company of boys In that vicinity wast outfitted with uniforms, flags and drums and paraded and cheered at all the political meetings of the campaign. Mr. Allison was a member of that company whei he was seven years old. Mr. Allison! used to tell of meeting Mr. Tirtcnln While the great man was visiting Mr. Allison's stepmother on his way to Washington for his inauguration. Mr. Athsori attended the county public schools: and was familiar with the widely - known McGuffey readers. When he was sixteen years old he entered Lee's Academy at Lory, Hl and when he was nineteen he started teaching school in the country scnoois were. He aiso estaDUsned a singing school.! After teaching school he entered the University of Wisconsin while Robert M. La Follette was a student there. After leaving school he sold pianos and organs until he came to Indiana - polls in 1S84 to take over the business of J. H. Clark & Co. The firm at first manufactured reclining chairs for parlor furniture, but when Dr. Henry Jameson pointed out the feasibility of the use of a similar design for a physician' examining chair, they established a trade in that line. Later the firm manufactured many other articles of furniture for physicians' use. Mr. Allison was a member of the Indianapolis Rotary Club, the Indianapolis Athletic Club, a director of the Church Federation of Indianapolis and a member of the Bible investigation committee of the Y. M. C. A. Burial for Mrs. Lacy B. Camden. Final rites for Mrs. Lucy B. Camden, age seventy - one, a resident of Indianapolis for the last twenty - seven years, who died Tuesday at her home, 350 North Belleview place, will be held Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at the home Burial win be in Crown Hill cemetery. The services will be in the charge of the Rev. L. D. Kendall, pastor of the West Washington Street M. E. church, of which she was a member. Mrs. Camden Camden. Haute. 8he Myrtle is survived Tague. Will and dc lis. Services Funeral Manning, age Indianapolis who died Paris avenue, at 9 a. m.. undertaking Pennsylvania Holy Cross was born in Indianapolis flower stand many years. Boly Angels survived by Manning; Manning brother. Indianapolis, W. Trent, Williams, Former Mrs. William D. Allison Funeral to Be Held Thursday P. M. - Funeral services for William D. Allison, age seventy - four, president el the W. D. Allison Company, will be held Thursday at - 2:30 p. m. at his home, 3529 Central avenuev Burial win be in Crown Hill cemetery. Mr. Allison, who was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, former

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 14 Nov 1928, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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