|Years:||1910 1911 1912 – 1913 – 1914 1915 1916|
Significant events from 1913.
- 6th - Three pharmacists, W. A. Brissenden, Thomas Huff,
and Enos DeMoss, are raided by the State Board of Pharmacy for the sale of liquor.
- The dam on University Lake is raised. The contractors are Blair & Kerr.
- A utility tunnel, large enough to walk through, is planned to run between Science Hall and the new biology bulding.
- Water pipe is laid from the Leonard's Mill and East springs into the Weimer dam, in hopes of relieving the city water shortage. Nearly a mile of pipe needed to be laid.
- The Alexander King Stone Company of Galesburg, Ill. takes over the Ellettsville Eclipse stone mill.
- Charles Bivins and A. H. Pauley sell the Crescent Theater on north College Avenue to the Switow Amusement Company of Louisville.
- A fire at 4th Street and Walnut Street does $25,000 in damage. The Home Glove & Mitten Factory, Family Park Theatre, and Bollenbacher House, all owned by Len S. Field, are destroyed.
- Mack Hurst commits suicide by blowing himself with dynamite. Three daughters are also killed in the blast.