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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1905, Washington, Indiana                                1005 cnw CHANGE IN GAS COMPANY Edward Schneider Will soda Take x WILL SUCCEED AX FELL Latter HitsBeen Superintendent For Sereral Yeartj and i Wanted to Edward Schneider and wife arrived in the city last night froiji New York and probably Vill soon take charge of the WasMngtoD Gas succeed ing buperinletdent Thomas Axtell who resigned several but later agreed to n main until a successor was j Sohneider is experirnoed in tbe business and is a soninlaw of Boscom Parker owner of tbe It is believed that he wHJ make a 1 V4e nffis and it is expected that during the summer tDe business will be greatly The new building will soon j be com pleted and with it and other improve ments the pant will be able to furniih more gas and do a larger Axtell whowill retire as supnr intendeuthas been manager of the plant forover twen ty years and since the change of ownership of the plant a year ago has wanted to retire but has continued the work until a successor was Theexact date of has not bea determined but probably will be will be acquitted cif the Barges which were made by of an agent of the Dey Once before be wu Sinveliigated under direction of was ac BrislJwsajmg there were grounds for suspicion bui no pnxf o The Brislow rejxjrt in conoln ston Mid j j Masten hts been in tile service many yean and has a cjbat excellent record and while bis relations with ft V in connection these clock were such Ik to subject him to serious jet the of twentytwo years of upright and cint service should not be discredited without positive proof and at this there is no proof that Hasten has been guilty of any acts of WILL CHANGE DIRECTORATE record effl And Put New Men in Charge of Light GITY COUNCIL SO DECIDE JOSIAH is KEPOBTE Beports from the bedsidfeof Josiah Palmer late this af fernooij is sinking rapidly and cad short His summoned to bedside at his northwest of tbe have 3 t K are that he fhve only been Hugh William Hel leriuan and Henry Aikmaii Will be THE Will Give Entertainment at Opera Manager Green today announced tbat one of Americas greatest magicians will eome to Spicks Opera Saturday night March Lafayette NO PROOFS i OF BRIBERY carries a company olj42 persons with a band of 18 He unus ually heavy work as H magician a class Wash ogtio and besides bask company of entertainers and assistants that are a show in It wID be one of tbe seasons best attractiocs end must play to a house for Me eager Green to pay his guarantee and pay It is Believed That Masten Will be I The Gentleman from Indiana has j changed routings and will ciK come here until late in the spring Tbe investigation into thi conduct of John of which the president has is now going on and the postoffice inspectors are careful 1 going over the papers re latmg to the time clcck Enough evidence has been unearned to subject Mr Masten to but to far no proof of dishonesty has been i It is generally believed that Uastao Hugh William Henry These men will compose thn board of directors of the City Light Company after the stockholders meeting next Wednesday evening at Suclrbas been decided by the demo cratleBig Five caucus and ratified by coxmcil and Councilmen Alex ander and Helphenaine have been ap pointrO 10 attend the stockholders meet ing and vote the citys stock for these JAs the city owns all stock except threa tt re is no question as to the election of tbe Tne other three shares are owned by Vollmer and pres ent directors and officers of the They will transfer their shares to the new directors and will sever their connection the company immediate jy after the stockholdirs1 meeting Wednesday eight The complete change cf directors comes as a After a stormy fight last year Henry Vollmor and H Brown ejectedto succeed and Burke was It is believed that they knew the work and conducted the business well as possible consid ering the many difficulties The new board however seems an un usually strong one and it is wilt have success with the jAstbe the hef d with a beer J jured man rode homeward he from his and was found in an uncon tcioua He failed to and some hours later His friends conj tend that the blov administered b Shott was and are clangoring for an The families of both men are well knownjin this BAD DEED IS CAUGHT MINISTERS LIFE I WOUK OJJ You have lest that which represents a great part of my life writes of Liwrencejillet a to the American Ei press relative to the manuscript for a book ho completed on life of Much of it jwas dond during he periods of divice inspiration acd he in the agony of his lays it can never be if The manuscript had been Accepted or and TVBS pronounced a ice work by those who had read it I be author it is has refused to cuept a largt sum of money as I damage nr the OLDINGIBEDJ CLOSED IJP Officers Turn Down an Un usual i Dorlsy returedlliM uoning Louis hi hunnoH t ilarrjr returrt d io Ciminnar few dajs with his parents Fran Evans of the west J a brakeman on 4 Wj will f Danley caller the Mon gor has been working ai Anight caller for sereral jost an arm working as a BIDS ON NEW LAND IS OWNED BY OTHERS Deed IJitlicr la a Mistake or Par ties Wanted to Get Into nd Sleeper Was Rendered HUNDREDS T DP AMUSEMENTS m After Evangelist William Sunday preached a sermon on impvre amuse ments at Sunday night hundreds cf persons tprward acd publicly renounced dances aid card Society Borneo bays also announced their intension of for saking decollete cost pearly heard the sermon ant than 1 others clamored for Gam RODE HORSE TO THE JAIL Barr Township Farmer Ar restediin Unique Thomas a Barr township jk 1r Look to Your Feet blera have broken their burned farmer wds arrested Monday afternoon their paraphernalia the by MarshaiGeyer for riding his horse gambling places into on a sidewalk in the east Gougb was drunk and was taken lo jail on his Marshal Geyer leading the animal and holding Gough This morning Qnugh pleaded guilty to a charge of intoxication and was fined aid coets by Mayor He went to jiil and the horse was placed in a Many careful dressers pay Jittle attention to their Shabby shoes effect of any and the wrong shoes the right dress are as i J Shods for evening weW are a luxury iand fpnt cost C they freshett tired feet and arei an invitation to the or I If i M Your business footgear will wear and be more for longer rest and Come let usjahow yoli our day shoes at a combination price for the We promise gijeat oomfprt for little flM Chs Woodruff and Bertha Ross were arrested Monday night by Patrolmen Gates for They pleaded guilty this morning oefore Mayor Clark and were fined They stayed the Doll Ellis was Monday night by policeman Will Borders for riding He was fined and costed 110by Mayor He went to A tramp was arrested this afternoon y policeman Will Bord ers for trespassing and was tried before Major FARMERS DEATH WILL f BE An investigation into tbe death of MicbaeL fianerinflend has begun in Dnbols It ia alleged tbat while intoxicated Bauerinflend attacked Williara in itloon Lee star route mail carrier in i Uubois erected a neit farm provided new the protest of his wife added a j folding which he alone The second while Tilman was tbe bed thrusting tilmans head headboard sncij forcejtbat he was rendered and winging down with ohinaware and a lamp decorating its The crash aroused the family and Tiliuan was rescued bis perilous His scalp was badly and there were alto iDJuries on bis while his limbs were Tilman was confined to his room for several He now reports tbat the new folding bed occupies a conspicuous place in a fence corner back of his County Auditor Thomas Nugent to day refused to let a transfer go on rec the deed for which is unusnalj to say the I According to the deed James a Knox county resident transffrs ito James of Lake coun the west half of section town range 0 and the southeast quarter lof aectioD town rarge i An investigation William Samuel Eagle and Newsom own the land which is Staele township The deed is unusual and probably either has mistakes in description is filed for the purpose of holding a deed to land in the county for intended The matter may be uncpnscious a crash the CHAULES tOSTEIt SUKS UOBKUT KUMSELL p IS A LAJSD Robert former county auditor has taken the agency the Rock Island railroad and will conduct emigra tion trips and sell land for the Jeff traveling agent for lire Rock was hi re today to appoint I DAMAGE CASE IS ON TRIAL Resulting From Wreck on the DlYpRCEi Charles a S switchman brought suit today for a di vorce from his Violet si egiag cruel treatment and threatening to Thejy were married in 1901 and separated id 3he now is at Ogdon Inman are attorn1 i j I AN OPIXItXN IN When Potts was in town i announcing the appearance ijt John Vogels Big City Minstrels at fepinks Opera Thursday night betas D au related cf a local mascot of managir at bisj hbme Evbr since that enterprising minstrel magnate first started op his own account be has seen o it tbat Uucle a of whitewash and is placed in a JpreserVed the opening Uincle Josh counts himself as a race judge of min and nothing out of the ordinary moves him to applause or oomjnenda Knowing this the performers pay at he ancient darky and feeil they are safe in general approval i lis At Uolumbus f theywin when the i roupe returned from the paiader Uncle Tosfa was a committee of one to vfelcome Yon ITncle isaidi rfansger that loajpany is mach larger than nrned tbe old dt fferent ally dc Slog his bat with theair Ot a page opinion wu of it is ceptibly i Mrs Ellis and Adi Hor rail went to Raglesvilla this nori ing to spend a few days visiting relative j I whose The case of Benson against the 4 is on trial at Bedford before Judge Wilson and a Bennon who is a resident of riding on a train from Louisville to North when tbe train collided witha Big Kourtrain which uaed the If Bensonclaims she was standing up putting bit bat ID the rack at the time and was thrown against the seat in front from which she suffered serious injuries for which ahn asks Gardiner Tbarp of this city and B of are the attorneys for tbe NOTES OF SHOPS AND Fireman Ed Uamersly is taking a va Machinist Clyde Wallace is taking a i Fireman Frank Landis n taking a i Engineer Smalleyiii taking a vacation foreman of rip is taking a lay Will Gooldy and Asa will arrive in a few days from a jtrip to New of motive power in tbe city from Cincinnati i Sydney formerlr bar tander n Joe Gordons saloon taken a situ ation in tbe Bridge foreman Brer returned to Flora this morning after business at the Adijtaot division fohnHairTs transacting If you want your ines bMltby and give Ibem Uollls tors Rocky Mountain for tbe whole The chil drens 35 Teapr Lindemana Will be Received April City l The city council has orderei bids the new west end fire station will be received by Clerk Kiefer up 6 April The buidinjr s to aild cost about Jbe plans werodrawn by 1 4 Covert Coats ou Wttnl Tlio j mnty tan jack ets were nevtr iu hinder fnsorthan Voure wise il you choose earli spring jicket time H hire and inbuj irg now joull have B widtr choice than youll get tatu Our pretty Coven includes f pri i the tailorints pr All aeam ari sieeVcd are cut in Icfjomtitton style and most all garments Rfi lined with guaran teed Several pretty tab Covert nicely double breasted coatj self covered belted back Handsome can farmers satin lined tbrogb out selfstrap collarless estraijuality j SO of Fine double brenjteS guaranteed satin lined Handsomely and trim self covered i Whipcord tan wide strap of aamo cloth down back and heavily liind through J2 QQ with guaranteed sleeves shirred at the shoulders n 10 f Jfieftrain Shedratn Coats High grade fancy miitore pleated all around bait bioiaclath trimmicc around collar IQ QQ ished with bilk worth 213 y Fine Covert mlxtura Shadrain quality shirred back all around tucked heavily atitchedrself covered Kefi 00 New Sicilian and Mohair Shirt Waist hruwn and full lego mutton seven ijore QO pleated and Others more eluboratnly made Tub Tailored Sttifj Just twentythree womenj tailored made from Noveliy and Covert the finest These suits tanged in prioe 00and up Notliing the matter wiih but tue Kvery color jour cboicoif ai y suit in the but no or exVift nfl for Twentytwo waph afiirt waist cotton voiles and last seasons tS 50 now atthspriceofianiordinary wtapjmror shirt Youshouldi dy two or three for hobs4 Main aisle Dr Goods Lity Incense Japanese Water LOrlncense is a doliRhtfal healthful disin Rembves ait unpleasant odors the house when cook ing cabbage or other Imparts a plaasaot fragrance in the siOK for at the glove Put up in boxes of sir sticks and bolder 12 i2tf Long l3c Weofferaoasejof reaular aoft finish Loog Cloth at BetterTand cheaper than cambric or bleached c piece 12 sheer and coaUbia for r muslin best valuserer offered By the piaoe only   

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