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Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, July 10, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1924. FREDDY WELSH SN E'S COO R. H. DRAPER. 1VL D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Listenberger Building West Plymouth St. Phones: Office, 35; Res., 80., Bremen.. 10,000 TEACHERS HEOTQENT Coolidge Tells Educators He Wants One in the Cabinet. Report Shows Extent of Loss in Ohio Storm Columbus, Ohio. Henry M. Baker, Red Cross director. In charge of relief work In Lorain, In a telegram to Fred A. Miller, chairman of the committee named by Gov. Vic Donahey to consult and advise on relief measures In that city, summarized the Lorain situation as follows: Dead, 67 ; receiving hospitalization, 176; homes totally destroyed, 02 ; homes partially destroyed, 2S5; persons fed daily, 2,000. BIESJFPDISDH Small Blister on Foot Is Fatal to Sixteen-Year-Old Lad. Geneva City and League Pay Honor to Wilson Geneva. With snow-crowned Mount Blanc looking on from afar, Geneva was never more glorious than on the Fourth, when with the simplest ceremony the northern half of the famous Qual Mont Blanc was renamed "Qual Wilson. On the garden wall of the League of Nations palace, overlooking Lake Leman, has been placed a plain Btone tablet which bore the chiseled words: "To the memory of Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States, founder of the League of Nations," and below, "The City of Geneva." G. M. BUCK, Ph. G., M. D. Office in Nusbaum Block North Center St. Phones: Office 38; Res. 25. Bremen FARMERS IN FIGHT WITH ARMY WORMS Belvldere, I1L Army worms in almost a solid front marched across northern Illinois, eating up the crops as they vent. Armed with torches, plows, rpades, post hole diggers, poison bait and kerosene, farmers worked from sunup to sundown tn all parts of Du Page, Kane, McIIenry and Boone counties trying to save their corps from this pest. An actual count Bhowed 49 worms to the square foot in a field of rye and timothy. Kerosene and tractor oil Is used to kill them. Sweet clover is about the only crop the worms have not touched on this farm. Practically all of the cow pastures have been eaten up by the worms in the dairying section east of Batavla. Washington. After battling with the utmost fortitude for five days, Calvin Coolidge, Jr., son of the President, succumbed to an attack of blood poisoning which had racked his devitalized body with almost unbearable pain and which slowly sapped the youthful reserve strength of his failing constitution. When the end came at 10:30 o'clock Monday night, the President and Mrs. Coolidge, who had remained at the Washington. Creation of ner cabinet position of secretary of education and relief at the head of a Department of Education was Indorsed by President CVolidjre In his July Fourth address before the closing session of the National Education association convention here. The President took opportunity In his address to voice the patriotic sentiments of the nation on the one hundred and forty-el;: tub anniversary of the Declaration of Independence and to express himself upon the question rf education. Unknown to the assemblage, ho left the bedside of bis seriously i!i son, Calvin. Jr., long enough Britain Would Make Conference Complete London. The final decision as to the composition of the London conference to take up the Dawes report, which will open here on July 1G, has not yet been reached. So far all powers invited, the United States, Great Britain, France, Italy, Belgium and Japan, have accepted, but London Is urging that invitations be extended some of the smaller powers, such as Poland, Czechoslovakia and -i'1 . If (side of their dying boy almost cou-I stantly since he was first afflicted. ! were at the hospital still hopeful for I his recovery, the President reassuring his sorrowful wife with cheerful i and comforting words. Give the Kiddies! V vl' :, :t i- Restoratives Failed. Death came with a sinking spell, Av4w. v rure Ice tream Freddy Welsh, former lightweight rhamp, and former captain in the United States army, who has been Jesignated by Major General Bullard to teach boxing to the citizens at the Military training camps. Lcrain, Storm Destroyed, Asks Aid to Rebuild Educators Elect Jesse H, Netvlon President Washington. Reports of committees in resolutions and nominations were adopted at the final session of the Na-llonal Education association's con-rent ion. Resolutions approved called for Indorsement of the Sterling-Reed Mil, demand for permanent tenure marantees and pensions for teachers, approval of the child labor amendment md the anti-narcotic measures, recommendations for tribunals for conslder-ition of international disputes to prevent wars, and regret for the disregard for laws, especially those forhid-ling liquor. Jesse II. Nowlon. super-ntendent of schools ofDenver. was to make the address and thou hurried baoU. Dee'arir; that ignorance is th? "most fruitful source of poverty, vice end oiiu-.e,' Mr. Cool'dge came out for co iii p u 1 o ry od n c a t : o n . 10.CCQ Hear President. V. J some, delicious, and high Gi ive in food value. .1 C 1 1 jthe fourth into which the boy had (lapsed in the last twenty-four hours, j Despite .the u- of oxygen and all other restoratives known to medical I science, he fell f;W toward the final j coma ; not even the sterling courage j that had characterized hi mental i state throughout the fatal illness and ; had stood off crisis after crisis was mem ocniosser s. YOUR DKALHi: HAS IT Two-Year Sentence Given Gaston Means New York. Gaston B. Means, adventurer and former federal agent, received the maximum sentence, following his conviction of a conspiracy to violate the Volstead act. Federal Judge Wolverton fined him $10,(KX1 and sent hini to the Atlanta penitentiary for two years. Elmer W. Jarnecke. his former secretary, escaped with a $3,000 fine and two years in prison. Cluoago. Ac! ing Spracw. in behalf e ton school teachers educator who crowded the Cen-Il;h School RtalliKo gave the idt-t t tb.e wanue-t of receptions. T nr tral Pre Mayor A. A. of Mayor Pever, Democratic con- a he. is attending the cent ion at Now York fj fD cr rrrm ez in co-operation able to meet the final overtures of I lis remar Hi "11 UJ W kJJSJg IJ u w ith other' eiiic issued an appeal to j luvnh. iected president. Chicag'uuis for aid to the tornado- j The collapso began at 0:1 o'clock S C IS CREAM ! o u 5 1 y a p p 1 a u 1 e.I orrupted bim sev-'.ing and cheering, nt that education vboaid of citizen sr.-i hi hearers ir era I hy ?tar Srrrir.r the ; friHi WJiWirla,lfi.UinU4tiflafcanalJ-l "WtlWt.rt litj-Tt..'.W-. a,i4Wi. --UqljJj hi be t! stricken city of I.orain. Ohio. A fund af ?800.0Y solely far relief is needed, According to an appeal made by the mayor of I.orain.. Tb.e fund will be handled by the lied Cross. and his condition gradually grow-worse until the smiling and brave victim of a boy's bruise sank into eternity. Science Is Helpless. Medical science spared none of her knowledge in the efforts of her exponents to save young Calvin's life. Fast Passenger Train on "Pennsy" Wrecked Lancaster, Pa. The Broadway limited, one of the Pennsylvania railroad's fastest passenger trains from New York to Chicago, was wrecked one mile east cf this city, eight of the nine cars leaving the rails. Two women passengers and one member of the crew were Hlghtly hurt. Southern Methodists Vote to Join Northern Church i j An operation was performed on the A) i An effort was Chattanooga, Tenn. An official vote t affected leg. the left. made Saturday night to drain off the 3f 207 to 73 placed th stamp of ap the general conference of I poison tnat w as creeping tow ard the proval of C 1' fj w A blood transfusion was re- I A i the Methodist Episcopal Church South i heart t-Y ft tif H upon the proposal for an organic union j sorted to and oxygen was used. None wltL. the Methodist Episcopal church. ; proved of any help in the epic battle the doctors fought to keep away the ship." Fremont Coolidge said: -On this day of all days it ought to V made clear that America has bad its revolution and placed the power of jovornment squarely, securely and entirely in the hand of the people "For the most part our Institutions ire attacked." he said later on. "in the name of social and economic reform. Cnless there he some teaching ,-if sound economics In the schools, the voter and the taxpayer Is in danger of accepting vague theories which lead only to social discontent and public disaster. Diffusion cf Knowledge. "The body politic has little chance of choosing patriotic officials who can administer Its financial affairs with wisdom and safety unless there Is a general diffusion of knowledge and information on elementary economic subjects sufficient to create and adequately to guide public opinion. "The cause of education has long had the thoughtful solicitude of the national government. While it Is leal-ized that it is a state affair, rather than a national affair, nevertheless it has provided by law a bureau of The question now goes to the annual conference for ratification. A resolution was adopted directing that the annual conferences of 1925 vote upon the union of the two organizations. Coolidge Receives First Radio From Guatemala Washington. President Coolidge received the first message ever sent from Guatemala by radio. The new radio station at Puerto Barrios was officially opened with a message from the Guatemalan President to Mr. Coolidge extending both birthday greetings 5 Lynched in 6 Months; Low Mark for 40 Years Tuskegee, Ala. There were only five lynehings in the United States for the first six months of this year, "the lowest for the first six months of any of the 40 years during which the record has been kept," It was announced by the department of records and research of Tuskegee institute. ( Eight of One Family Die in Crash of Auto and Train Eagle Lake, Minn. Eight persons, all of the same family, were killed when their automobile was struck by a Chicago & Northwestern passenger train at the grade crossing here and the only surviving member of the family may not recover. Rumania Passes Law to Seize Foreign Owned Oil Bucharest. The new confiscatory mining law was promulgated by the Rumanian government. .The law has been the subject of protest by the United States and other powers whose nationals face the loss of millions of dollars In the Rumanian oil Droiwrtlps. grim harvester of death. Started From Blister. In the terms of the physicians, the specific form of poisoning was staph-lococcus. It had started in the blister on the top of the right big toe, spread upward through the leg and down the left leg, some of it settling in the left shin bone. The poison began its work about Wednesday Calvin had been to a ball game Tuesday with no effects, Thursday it became serious. Friday Dr. John Denver of Philadelphia was called in. Saturda- Dr. John Kolnier of Philadelphia was called and the boy taken to Walter Reed hospital, where five doctors were in constant attendance day and night. Saturday there was an operation to drain the poison from the bone. From then on there was little hope. It was Just a matter of time. The localization of the poison in the bone is known as osteomyelitis and had the poison stayed in that one spot all might have been welL But It went back up the leg and soon was ravaging the vitals of the boy, causing intense pain. ilmmm silk backet mWmMW and Independence day felicitations. Spanish Foreign Legion Loses 400 Men in Battle Madrid. The fighting In western Jtkiroeeo was severe Sunday. A company of Spanish Moors was annihilated by the rebels. An official communique fixes the losses in the foreign legion of the Spanish army at about 400 in the present engagement. LaFollette Indorsed by the Socialist Convention Cleveland, Ohio. The national convention of the Socialist party of America formally enlisted under the LaFollette Presidential banner. It adopted a report offered by a majority of a committee of 15, recommending that the convention concur in the action of the Conference for Progressive Political Action in Indorsing the LaFollette candidacy on his platform. The vote on this report was 100 to 17. Beginning Thursday, July 10th Thousands of SILK LENGTHS (1 to 5 yards each,) are extremely low priced in this first semi-annual SILK PACKET SALE. All that careful planning and special advantageous purchases can do, together with unusually low prices, will make this the greatest value -giving Silk Event in Wyman history. Each silk length is rolled in a special Packet Wrapper with open "l I ends giving opportunity to examine the color, pattern and weave of I I of the silk. Each piece is plainly marked with the former price per I lyard, the length, and the sale price for the piece. J With silk lengths suitable for dress es, skirts, blouses, kimonos, linings, and children's wear, this event provides a s plendid opportunity for saving. And the new August Butterick Patterns "1 are here with authentic Fall Fashions J West Virginia Coal Mines to Resume as Nonunion Charleston, W. Va. 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