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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1907, Washington, Indiana                                POLICE COURT state house this Auditor ef while by Re superinten to the Trlbnte The following from the Argus concerning lionle B a natie of this county and years a newspaper man in this now connected with the Seat tle a contemporary of the Ar will be of interest U one ot the many j t FEBRUARY r hi I of TW Wadkfagft f S ottdal jib i married a 9 oclock Tn today morn ing at Patricks land 1 Fanning go to Washlngtoji soon where a they will make theii if BLIND IIGI STORfr OX BILL did yon ever story count ry editor toifl on Rep resentative Luman ipbcock up in Lagrant s county In tte last cam paign T asl B the No Or Ai nes It was a Sen ator Ganla who also balls from Lagrange js telling It ground the It runs something like Blllhelm oblle can invited who was Topeka 1TE MEASURE WAS URGBBv BY THE ANTISALOON i State John an autoi ge county Itatlve Babi of make a IlttlefBpeech to It isnt of teifi that cele brities of Billheimersfcaliber get Sefrlt fellows frbta here whhave gone west and vnade The story is from the l of a writeV the head of If isnt of ten that a newspaper man gets chance to distinguish himself of the regular routine of his daily iraf whenever he does is worthy to be called man he never falls to make I have never yet seen a good newspaper man who failed to handle himself in a credit able manner what situa tion he was called upon to This statement proven only a few days ago when Lonie Sefrlt police reporter for the and the only man who fired a shot at the notorious Tracey and escaped with his go td chance to shine in the tegal Louie has brien a jollce reporter vter so manyyears and has hung muchless t visit the so presence the dis tinguished he was called by the members of recep tion was mafle the oc casion for much oratojcalfire I realizing It would nojEie apropos U talk poll as his havers were not of voting of the starry find of bloodshed St andjjjf sacri Itar of patriotism and of other dope along that Babcock salf a few wordsiand then called on tbjp editor of a whose business forced hind to be present andulsten to thes oratory i t I Sentence May Be Imposed for Repeated Dff Broad Senate bill number Next Problem Facing Promoters Is Obtaining of RightsofWoy anrfiFranchises For the PadgettMeeting of all Interested Personate to lie Held of Road MeansMuch for this Advantages Great Leaving for Have all de1 here and at tl e same Senator freedom ml fices on thej The scribe admitted at t outset Oahlards blind tiger passed by the senate TJtitysday af ternoon by a vote of 3 Is an amendment to section Jjif an act of the general 18 regulating and sale bf intoxicating flrjst the temperance vpfkJple In an adequate mhngior will serve as a basis for of the proprietors of respKts of all kinds that sell without most without government or state n some cases government ifctjjfoe without VBliisi tigers that he couMnt make Ill juts teli yon a little chil said i It was me by a flend of who out in the The othdr day Jjniheimer thi court so that he has AttorneyDe Brulers tactics v dowa to a science and as a matter of In the oplniom of his fellow can give De Brnler cards and spades and makehhn lay down a full hand every A few days ago De Brnler Vas out of town on jand as the docket was full of hoboes and petty Jndge Gordon was anxious to get at Looking the crowded police court he spied Sefrlt and calling him stopped at friends shake hands fwith but Ijo use to wasnt at home so Se bad to talk frith my friends little nickel for yoij he said to as be turned to to youve been hanging around here long enough to get on to the jump in and try these Mike replied the Times and seating himself at the at torneys table he opened the docket and called the name of the first cul prit Lonie proved an Ideal prosecutor and out of sixteen he secured thirteen But Louie Sefrit always does He came nearer potdng Tracey than any other living save the one that fired the final and he is one of the most faithful and con scientious ever all have the Youve got this coming to yon wjont forget to sell your papa that Billheimer 2 of In dianapolis will The llttll girl was mo Inter ested In the nickel than sh J was in anything else ft Babgockiwas here Ae other day and he give me two nickels she Hes an awful nl Isnt he said were nojt going to let get tihe best of Here is and he flower from jUs lapel and pht it In her tiny The miss tltte Babcock gave me two flow Then give you a thereupon Mi Billheimer have been a source of annoy ance in many cities par ticularly In smaller the present law has not in tails regarding the financing Will probably want meet ing at my office Thursday of all par tjies Will advise yon The foregoing telegram from Schott of president the Washington East en Traction was received from New YJork City by Arnold the local attorney for the Sunday The meaning of the telegram Is thatthe arrangements for the financing of the road have been keeping them e pro lobq league indorsed the billand the officers of tlon have been urging i for Repeated The bill In Its first seel vldes that any person not censed under state shall sell or barter any or malt in less qjiantltles than five gallons at a to be be 10 shall drunk on the deemed guilty of a A conviction carries with of not less than and notihfee than forthe first offena not less than nor more she and her for the second or any subsegjjent of fensel Imprisonment In county jail Ijor not less than nor than six months not be added in cases and subsequent Tipfe same section also provides per son who shall operate Padgett and the next problem before the traction company is the obtaining of the rightsofway and the Padgett and others Interested in the proposed interurban road be tween Vlncennes and running through this more sanguine of ultimate success In the building of theroad now than at any time since the movement The problemiconfronting the com pany now Is the Obtaining of the Hghtsofway and the franchises for the The building of the declared Padgett to a represen tative of this newspaper this morn depends upon the companys ability to obtain the rlghtsofway and franchises at as reasonable rates as The company can not afford to pay exorbitant prices for these things and the construction of the line will be greatly each force working White The line will towardi TOSS the according to the present Just wagon bridge north of coming through The line will run over Van Trees through this city and pass MpntgOmery and Cannelburg on its way i Number of The number of trains o line each day can not be ei with any degree of certain jut there will be three or fi ted trainseach a frelgit train each way and accommodatl street through er the tfcnated ur llm will be fun jeach The limited rains will atop only at the town and cities land will make irobabl hlrtyflyp or maybe forty nJles an The has not been talkei of much i Padgett bu will be ajboiit one cent a Thi charge freight will be Cars probably will be run as late as midnight eac i nigh and on occasions vill be held L i i Stations at Highway Cross Stations In the towns ami cities will be the ountry the city easy and quick transpOrtatlOij to jpadgett says there will be a milk tcaln rijsr each evening and carrying nUlk to the big condensing afci The saysthe company Is considering adyibablllty of fur wlll a station house t every highway i Possible Great Adv The possibilities for advantages to the farmer are The rur al population directly along the trac tion or even In its Immediate will have manjj of the advantages possessed by the cities and It will be possible for country jtolk to come to town in the maybe given If the winter season at a small expense in and franchises can not be secured a remarkably short without at what the traction company thinks having to undergo the unpljeasant are not exorbitant prices J a hearty much to hw em I ahead ot t Im yon think he when was gave a kiss and thenj kissed the K There are records extailt that FTOHT IN A lively scrap Is reported from Harrison township Thursday 4n which three young men of the neighborhood united against an other young man of the saifie nelgh In the course at fight the three badly worsted the lone It seems that John a of Hamlet was at the I home of Ab having from Ebenezer church with a young woman who her home with the McCaffertys The three young men concerned in the fight rode np on horseback to the McCafferty and raced their horses around the Mc mentlon Babcock Jflld or place where Intoxicating are or glyejf violation of the laws of thfe of upon be Means Much for The building of the road means much for The power the machine and the ness Incident to trips over the fre quentlyJnearly Impassable highways In bad Another advantage will be the dally Thjj com pany will arrange to handle the af fined not less than and met more than to which shall added imprisonment of not less tkailr thirty flays nor more than six The provision is made that sec tion does not apply to a dealer doing business In in which It is not lawful foi Aboard of county commissioners to nishlngi the Btrmer electricity to light his Home in case the road Is and Sriews the proposition Fdr ajndmlnal the company iwjll furnish any farm er with only other exiJehsefajllng upon him being that In some Psfiigett farmers pay the companies for electric powerSto run their feed cider mQjs and other contri vances a sirailariinature about the Marketing PadgettjsayB Itnarketlng will be tlje will bej planned toj d6 the farmer trading hpving to com to The firmer who desires t send some market Ingto the cit may arrange Itsin or boxes IN COLD FOR ABLE TOdET HELP BV JOHN Of Harrison Township Breaks HI Sunday Morning on Way to Visit Her PXEPMOXIA PROVES IUESDAT place a note fn basket or bo felling what lsrnnted and to wha merchant the articles are to be en and leave box or basket a the station house nearest his home the lntirurbanEcar pick th marketing it to the city notice tf which merchant it is to nd notify him from the city sta Ion the the merchant place oc The merchan hen arranges get the basket bj his delliery fills the TS orders and intakes the baske biack tojthe which he got The Inierurban line carries f back to the ijirmer the same day The for the renewal of he of the franchise of the Eastern Ttactlon company was continued un said when the editor got the aps it f FEBRUARY OF 4 Anyway he 1s a bachelor story did P isnt true But Qaniard says jit McCafferty asked them to the when It Is said one off of them told her to shut her damned month and go the She asked young Robinson to step out to iwrsnaae the riders to stop tramping ap the Robinson had no soon done so than the three left their jiliOrtea and gavelhlm a severe drub Itearing his coat Into i attempted to assist and received some of the blows aimed at Robinson came to the city Friday and Hiedaffidavits against the three iChvnde Hay den Ragsdale and Harve All three appeared i in a court last Saturday and pleaded guilty to the charge of assault end The month jbf February is at February was one oj the January being the introduced InUi the Roman calendar by Numa PonjplllUB when bfc ex tended the yejkr to twelve monthly The Wme came f roB the word meaning tj ex to and arose frqjn the practice of reBglous and purification which took place ft tnls time of the yesr among the Numa arrange that it have only twentynine days exce leap whtn it should ha But whpn Augustus chose to add d that the month named after hfenself might n in dignity enjoyed by six months in he took Si day from February thus reducUigj it to twentyeight in all ordinary t In a later arfan gement of Alfred Veller and Miss Alice Osha married by the Father Doyle at 6 A wedding supper was served at the home of tie brides Amlel Veller Is a lives at miner and PROMINENT MASON James a retired business van and prominent dead eightytwo His sons formerly owned edited the Petersburg Washington Fanning of and JWM Bridget it beingl necessary to Jop a day out eafh ezc jpting those of ordinary n imber could be divides by it lagain fell to the lot If February to je the It deprived t its twentyninth for and BO it befell In 1800 and as It will In cal ENTERTAINED the stockholders offthe Cardahan company at home Monday even ing with a C oclock I The company also held a stockhi jlders meeting All the Stock holders were present except whoi Is In Brooks ReynoJds of Loogootee and Hugh CXDonne Jl and Carnahanof this city the attended the were g John Schwanler of this son of Joseph and Misi Min ta Case of Freiij 1lle were nikrrled at Carmel H HERB PBBBCABT The Tf minister at Christian were I February will be here take hi4 new and who does not less quantities than five gallons 3 Broad Powers to Section 2 gives broad peers to It provides that Ifjany son shall make affidavit before any justice of the of the circuit court or otherl that he has reason to that any person or firm has In iti ppsses slon intoxicating liquors are being sold or given away as a bev in violation of the such justice or issue his warrant to a directing such premises to be found shall be seized by thp officer together with alt IfyplemeiSaused In connection with the An affidavit charging vio lation of the law may be died1after such search warrant has but an affidavit may be filed before such search warrant Is or Liquors seized shaij be taken from the custody of by writ or or proceedings against person or firm charged with a violiitibn of the law are Provision thai Was Thepayment of the iglates special tax as either a retail or wholesale or sign about the place iln toxlcatlng liqnorei are J be prim a jthat the person or persons paylh tax and displaying such nbiipe sign are engaged in the In toxicating liquors as a officers and workmens papers of the the riext meeting of the i ters will be making the them to of Vlncennes Monde j try probably the second in Washingdistricts the same afternoon All the members were s next to the By this granting exc ern At least 100 men vfhp desires to have the first accord be employed may road it the of the Vincennes count In the construction its publication about the samis to a unanln Padgett as manymen his City neighbor is vote pass a mea can be got will be happenings of first heading1 The rene ably The plan is to start children along the granted at tho next me the construction of the road who wish to altend j I L i i i more than Shipments of from to afternobn passed paid for on delivery shall be or Workhouse sentence 2cc sales of liquor where goods are may be which will glve the rallr livered and books and way bills compels peace officers to jnakepextra in handling such liquors may be for alleged cruelty td carrying or to amined by proper officers at when requested to by higher thwi 2 cents time to trace such liquors to humane the fare li paid on the or MattLqgly i and Punishment of Moores defended the 2 In section 12 It is provided that that the number of iif K shall be unlawful for any printed Bhall exceed believed tt or pharmacist who has been of voters only 25 per corp ted of selling intoxicating liquors without There therefor should not be 1 a beverage In violation of the votesfor bill too closely thereafter to sell Under the tCirkman8 ame liquors for any as many ballots are printed to Btrlkl W the p or by for two years from wouldj allow railroi time of such and onsecond conviction his license as registered druggist or pharmacist shall be Banking Bill Ezra Mattlngly ol city introduced a banking n 2 mile wl fare was paid on the iginal bill the dxtra fi lectlble In cafee the ticket off A druggist or pharmacist shall not sell or give away Intoxicating liquors except on the written prescription of a reputable physician engaged in active prescription shall show the full which provide fees at present allowed to exat of building and loan assocl shall go to the state Instead of Ing up the compensatiop of tl It provides that exan shall be paid out of liners itlons make exiiners been open continuously fo rlod of thirty before parture of thfe Sheriffs Blip Introduce The bill designed by st soclatlon of sheriffs to fix the af to en mile Senator provision to the John an agei Harrlspn township is serious condition from a A which she broke her hip aj exposure brought on by her Inabilltj iccause of her crippled get to her home several hundred wards She lay on the frozen ground for some being unatilo o get tip and walk and called elp but no one heard The reak was a bad ond and the expos re baa made her condition rather r McCafferty was on tbe o the home of her In the eoid st weather of the season Sunday when the accident oc In crossing a fence she the break Her cries reached no ones ears and she might have frozen to deathif it had ndt been that several horses in the saw her and became They ran backward and forward across the fields until they attracted the attention of folk who Investigated to see what it was that was scaring the They found McCafferty lying in the unable to move because of the broken and half frozetl from the She was carried ftp the house and a physician Wai called to set the i McCafferty Is about sixtyfive or seventy years Served One Term County Treas urer and Ran for Congress The county was shocked last Wednesday to hear of death Tuesday of John Wadaworth of excounty He was died of of which he 11 only about a at Many did not learn of llness until word of his death reached His age was fifty eight He was tho father of BJoscoe a prominent young man of this until rocent Cabel Kauffmans was prominent in ounty politics and attracted Ipn In political circles of the Second strict on two or three ie served as county treasurer frbta 896 until defeating Albion the fusion made tip of democrats 4nd Wadsworth was a andldate for auditor on the socjal st ticket at the recent county receiving 116 In I5j04 e was the socialist candidate ongress from this jj Wadsworth In his younger ays was a When thle opullst movement swept over the ountry he became a convert to that After he discarded of i APPEALS TO Having waited without avail Mon day morning for the officers of the State Life Insurance company to ap pear at his office and Auditor of State John Blllheiifter his asked the attorney general to n an whether or notit possible to compel the insurance aqy to accept the auditors While disposed to withhold latement whatever regarding true name of the person For violating this the first offense caries a fine of not less than than or any subsequent offenses ury and the bill makes ho change in the amount of Doesnt Like to In and and preserve The keeping of Intoxicants any room or or any shall be prlma facie evidence that such liquors are kept for ex cepting when the liquors jijekept In s bona fide private and for family use This It is will affect clubgfwiich maintain bars for the membership of such organizations on it was made 14 the i Section 10 provides that ilj9hiui be unlawful for any railroadjqiriajny common carrier or agent or other or transput or carry Intoxicating false o flctlcions this section barrel marked cider conldl accepted for transportation s concern transporting it edge of the deception a conviction carries fine of not less than are punishable by fines of not less but Mattlngly of and not more than does not like to be to which shall be added imprison addressedHby his title of ment in the county jail of not less than thirty days nor more than six such fees already collected by was Introduced Representative Edwards of Lawrence county Mon It has iiot been determined just day was marked by be the twl deception pracr a violation of iifa ec It a Slimp on Representative Sllmp of this city hasv been appointed a memner of the conrmittee to investigate the recent mine disasters at Seelyvllle and In which eleven were Among the other members from the house Is James Garrard of All of tho members ap pointed come from the coal districts ot the state and are conversant with methods in coal For Animals i Two bills looking to a strengthen ing of the law for the preventatlon of cruelty to animals found their way Into the senate Friday after through of Fay One bill proceeds to define the word animal so as to Include all living things except hu man beings and prohibits the aban donment of animalsthe failure to provide sufficient food the use of unnecessarily severe check rein the shearing of sheep be tween September 15 and April 15 the shearing of horses between Oc tober 1 and April 1 and provides a says the Dontcall me he said al most sharply to a newspaper man who had found the use tit the ator before the names of lawmak ers conducive to the promotion of good My name Is Mat would rather be called j Bay Old Harrison Senttaielit was the basis of a neai ure introducedMonday afternoon by Senator The bill pro vides ijurchase by the state of the old William Henry Harbison at VJncennes and carries an approprjatloij of for that Cnvlas Woman Suffrage BUI has taken a defi nite for equal suffrage Ii all town and Mo iday without he In troduced in senate a bill tc ex tend to women the right to vote and to hold The measure Isrlef but stricter to the The3Two5cnt Pare With rebounding cracks of the party both by the minority and the the Indiana seiate the bill interprets the act of 1903 defining the fees tbflt shall go to the so as the 25cent fee j for locking prisoners In jail and releasing J it provides that fee that have been collected by the with jthev exception of sher iffs j who left pffloeprior to January shair be retained by The purpose ptjtlje bill to avo theleffect of court de deprlvlnglihej sheriffs ofthese fees Under the sheriffs In Some have already re funded to the Ministers Imloisfl License The Presbyterlin ministers of In dlanjapolis at a tfteilng at the Sec ond heartily indorsed for a liquor caused some argu ment when It but was adopted quickly irten put to a i For The public morals committee re ported tbe passage of Senator blind tiger viii Tljebill ofjSenator Pearson to pro hibit the a game bag Continued on Five Column 1 Attorney General Blng ham Intimated Monday that It Is aa ffalr for the courts to In the to be given udltor he says that the ii urance company should go to the a suit in mandamus wfli robably be brought with that enll n At 10 oelock Monday he hour appointed for the examln there were no heavy Insurance ootfalls In the corridors of the tale The State Life officers ere comfortably seated In their own Soon after 10 oclock AL president of the corn called Billhflimer over the elephone and formally announced ie companys determination j to stay at j i The officers placed their side of he question Jn Coffins hands nd Coffin made the following atement Monday afternoon The fflcers of the company were at this ready and Ing to be examined concerning anyf thing that the auditor might see fit to ask They refused to go to the auditors office because they bef lleved that Billheimer Is not within the The officers are not unwilling that the examination should be but they feel it Is beyond the requirements of law to hold the examination at the auditors The examination can be conducted with much trouble at the offices where the booki can be secured at The officers of the company were told by Xoel that certain books would bo required would require slderable Inconvenience to the corrU pany to take the books to the audlj tors Coffin would not say just what attitude his company would assume should suit hefiled to compel the of ficers to come to the auditors If Auditor Bfllherrner and Attorney General BingHam decide to contest the matter In the courts it U stated unofficially that the officers of tbe company will fight the ceedlngs to the President Sweeney was in confer ence with Auditor Mon day and endeavored to persuade him to hold the examination at the com panys but Billheimer re fused to partys theories and announced himself a He was one of Ihe strongest inembers of that party In this part of the John Wadsworth was born near not far from scene 9 his and passed biswhole life there with the exception of about two during which time ho lived In being conn tjf At the expiration of bis term as treasurer he moved back to his farm and devoted his time to agricultural He bought the Wadsworth owned by his some time ago and was living there when death Wadsworth came of a prominent In his earlier days he was a school teacher and attended a uni versity for a His Thomas has been prominent In having been a candidate for governor on the list ticket a few years The like the originally wpa a republican but allied himself with tho peoles party movement In Peter Is con nected with the government land holding an excellent Is abrother of the dead Other brothers William and Emsley of James of Bloomer of Chicago and at A widow and four chil dren are the children beliii Roscoe Wadswnrth of this Miss Lettio Garland and Arna at He was married his first wife being Miss Laura his second Miss Oda Galbralth He was a member of the Victim of Heart Jefferson brother of DUBOIS GRAND The grand Jury of Dubols county returned an indictment against Charles Behrens charging him with embezzling In unds belonging to the Peoples State bank of There are wentyelght counts in the Indict Behrens was placed under arrest but was afterwards released m bond in the sum of f William the saloon with whom he had been making his home on northeast Ninth was anpther victlnrothearttrouble In Tuesday He dlid rather suddenly at the home of his John at Sixth and east Walnut streets about Walker had sufferedfront the disease about five years and vis ited many parts of thei country In search of relief In a change of He was years Walker was down tonn late Tues day afternoon and started to walk hoirie with William He was notfeeling well and stopped at the home of his other brother at Sixth and Walnut After eating 3 small he called for somo sodA water and went to whose husband had gone to the heard a groan frora Walker after ho had been In bed a and rushed to the bed She saw he was dylns and called a Before the tor could arrive Walker was Walker came here from Harrison His parents are Three brothers William and John of this and Marlon of Walker was T DeatH Daniel aged seventy at his home at 1404 west Xorth street at 10 oclock Wednesday morq Ing of He was stricken Friday of last tho iaft side bej log and there was no for ills recovery at any thne r Kane was a bollermaker at the BJ Southwestern having orked there fromabout the time the shops were Combined on Page Four Column   

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