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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Washington, Indiana                                r lH r 4 3PV i i I c5r KBnxat It r U i fUDGK OODOJf POSTJPOiES TRIALS OF TWO DIVOlttJE OASES 5few Law Requires Complaint Shall Be on File This Period Before Trial Can Be V Ingthi with nndl In open opening und the railroad near he jgard Judge Ogdon Invoked the new to divorce jcbp in tne circuit court Friday morning when hepostponed the trial of two divorce The act requires that divorce com plaints shall be on file sixty days bej fore thetrial is Pending liti gation is not expected and the itwo cases which were set for trial Fri day not having been on file sixty dayswere reset by the v i Nora twentynine years old was granted a divorce from David on the grounds of cruel and Inhuman She also Was granted alimony and the Cus tody of their Todd testified that her husband is past eighty years of They wet ried whetf she was Bearswasher a motion of the Ogden Friday morning entered an order requiring tfayld Wuertz to pay to the clerk of tBe court thejium 25 to enable Wuertz ioprosecute her suit a The motionhad posed the defendant planing lop tends that due tol fact thsti under Che tracks is so smj water can not escapeimd that If the outlet was that the water could tracks tie no danger offuture tlon was passed and 1 was directed to Invite glneer and Inois division of the i meet and situation at their conven Porice Protectl Councilman Allen reparti police protection wouid Ijl the school athletjc be chatitanqua is in 4rogr mayor and police cpmn reeled ito employ a pecf or assign one of the rsgulp men for duty at the pirkjjjj meeting is being Firrell Kmptc i On mbtion of Council Gus Farrell was lustb dian atfilie city park a day for Grants i The street sommisslqner for a leave of absence fiye dajis was to N 11IEL 2 iJ LL MEHBEm i OF HovEY COM MAKi INTERJEST iG StOnELIEVEOCflUSE io j j t i i H i Jneo Uqulfl in SteadyStrean JFipbi Ma 1 Th n i U m w INDIANAJ INK WAS jm f1 jfajnute Within fifl ter The Heral left the office ternoon of east te phoned to Goo that she had le lost a fiw hoars In few minutes The re dl chtnery Out of fn officer j i if ijl ijUieJ e urday afternoon oil was found flowing ifrbni The oil spurted from jUjen hole in a lively stream Hesjfs il0 removed and was jtll over the casing and k o Repair Macadi railroad tnd ijjgjl ipvidence of the worth of fleltl Wuertz farm south jot t was scovered Sat jjlnitol the creek for well jwas pumped for a few flays ief the hole had been shot ijtter j was plugged for the time jThe street diCausing ktif flow of the Opera rected to repair the gajji pnStht weJl n have been stopped cadam on west Main st on account of a Blight i r pumplng GETS PAHK H for the refreshment privi leges at the Eastside park for th ensuing were opened at th Regular meeting of the city council Monday night and the contract Vas awarded to owner of the Greflfi candy kitchen on a bid of who was jthe only ofher submitted a bid for s Accepts ji An invitation to tfltjj officers and cpuncllmen to attend n redtal to be given by the senior clasfj in at Simons academy the j Water On motion of D the water company was onderj 1 to turn on the water in j porse trpughsiover the I Concrete A declaratory resolut dn the improvement ot H between east Third and jfrolB A t iw wjth concrete curb and gut adopted June 5 date for hearing Property owners on the stSet pre aiijthe sented a petition asking to ji order the improvemcntj Band j ItJjshelieved that the shoot on the farm last week mayjblavejiiald something to do with ht placed Herald ji ibefore t and V V II LKADKI CA iaper was printed vatch was repor fotijnd b ore the ink twap thorough ji Just another bit of i fence that Is liome ipapcr adver llsements are and thai Its columns opjepsup ar ivenue into thelbomes jaboul 1 Washington thak can not be touched In any oihier 4 4 hear the riisln and ng that the had j goni V 3 MEETING jTHK Hinj AT ait HAVE iEIING that a con should be Mu h Interest centered about the of Including in thje state the phrase about reuniting Senator Cummins ei ihat it meant just jvhat it be but that no lengthy talk had the Vnti hal Committee Called n Indulged in about inviting rs of the Projresalve party to to the republican ag others in addition to those named who participated in conference united i States ators Oronnaof Da a and Crawford of I South and Representatives j Go jd cf JErferlB Al Haysfaf Cal Ifo 4nd Sidney of Mln VOtattCE O NCMBElt 1 LOOKING j T6 fSJTE ESTABLISH MKVnjOF A tflNKKS1 TO For last V iK of Btter Thai a uni with to BidainW immediately i j ris tho gist of Benti d Blcycleman D jment i at the close In rthlca FVed Hardy totbQ Ifo last night bf a two days julbui water Is pumped from ihe fyei quantity of the oil can UXDKR Is were scouring the giiircjuJBdlni territory in II A petition signed by gevejjal jSun dred borhodd Princeton and au Almost every county Ihrotighoutji state ijeairdhirlg for Walter shot down and killed Harrison a at Princeton who fn Tj Sunday ng when he was to of his divorced wife to omcers Stop Onl arriving at the hospital foum that Brocall justi entcied operating roomjiand wasreidy or the probing of tfiel Di le mmedlately The roan was dot of tile rk and as fo A Sherman of ill Questioned by and Hardy at lows j la your namje M Ha just as well come we ku all a out the shootjng affair Prlnc ton Sunday to It wifes o it Broiall was caphis w tured In Terre Haute aBout at the Union hospital pone in search of treaitmbntfor his wounded afjer Jbelng Interrogated by to employ the CiUzeis tyl Edward po bunch of hobqen near HarHsli i t J j J join the Progr Sslve party was dy said you ml I might Im the manl you are well own at did i at j whi ii republican iders outlined plan ifor reorganizlpi the ji I I j wards that th In the he told tho officers wiat He said that had liad trouble with his people for some He w Sunday night fe and while he was ijalk Jg ter her people called ana tplsuaiice of the conncil persons presentedji i T T II to set aside a BrocaIIr 20 was To Pay Amotion authorizing the city cterlc to draw a warrant for the bal ance due the late Jones collecting the city taxes was The warrant will be drawn in favor of the administrator of Jones West Ftast The conditions on northwest Firjjjti street were the subject of an anfcj mated discussion which resulted the passage of a motion directing the civil engineer to prepare and 11 isuomlt to council a of the street Hefron street to William streetf chief ot police also was notify property owners to wt mm obstructions from the To Ofl and dirt streets of the cit be oiled as result of the aj motion of Counclli The mayor appointed Couacllmen Ramsey anj rii a committee t It to under the expense of oiling th charged against for weiekly concerts in or near part of the authorises councils to appropriate a exceeding for ShIs purposej The petition was to committee consisting oil Coim cilmen Hopewell I treasurers The fenort of the city April was read and The balance ion hand April to be whlle fheJlwJUs for themonth Including lal ancp from March were Jedeemed i leafing a oalance in the tifas ury t was i L j Mayoij MoCarty olaced jConp Pjeagans and committee which to restigatef condition if rf creek at the SOuthl relay Claims Fornwald i Comma chandisej Ifornwald Compan Ice offlc finally admitted that he who was guilty of fir and I Aftijr he had been Identified att3iea npitnl as the JarkHJs advised Ions shot 0 not p r ceed with the operatiaL as It Wodld ln n 1 man wollld bc I1 shape flr Closely told returned to he had throivn the Nlehoka Revolver with which ha phonei the mayor of Princeton i tod fatal shot in a river fylng llm of the i the Wngl ihe told the with a large automatic resulted in th 3d shall favor th Oi ferent method credentials of l I e res LAW Ssponse to a request from tho superintendent of public AttorneyGeneral Honan ing of the an opinion on the com e Repoblican pajty education law to the effect but Is1 actually bethaf a between the age of four teen toj who is employed at ijs engaged in useful or gain ful Any boy orjglrl between under th6 new in school unless em j plowed iin some gainful or useful LUCTNOW He Would ave the Jtiftter At tentlph and i i i 1 Austin Fi Fortwaid ajifil the Business men of WashingtOjhi cynference with 5II noiIn f former govern or of who with Senators Ciii itnlngs of Ham bora Sherman lof I of and Wll the dlsous i Tesln to have Ihose and was iarty who left It to ilan The C not to be affc by any cal si resolutions by but rather b any of the a remedying jf imlen Mith also nter The attorneygeneral tm law to mean that the bur den tof obtaining a certificate of iper ito work Is upon the the In other If a child betweeij tho ages of fourteen or sliteen Is he hajve a certlttcate from some executive officer of the rnhoo raying ch as passins to be sp Siiperintcriafent of the Illi division or till South western Infithls after noon In j effort ipersunde that officer to his frjluence in the eg J of ajjjratn service be tween thUijOlty and Wheatland for the carrying coal miners to arid frojjnj What the outcome InireBfonse to the question wheth er aPehlro1 he teachlns of boak causes in thcsr eipublican partyWhjcli iand subjects de the t The changis we shall ii new of ff pre cognition the jrp sult of dlron fco thai Ve t and hi of passing dif the delegates to convin g of the unless the taugit in Text of he The conference resulted in tbi i expressing thi following ielief that the RJjUb I tLi L i T as early purpose ofcffeftlng radical is ommlitee National Conventfcnfat poslble fojj the poi probably be five or stt rays iefd reterenee to tl national conven At an Inforn publicans from May 1 that it com of those presqn revoivir town a fast freight tended up hlifin Tdtre mprselria illen F rl age and 55 horse I Central ill aoies blacksmithlng i Sidewalks called mttention I tie ict the md P 113 Eectrf di pay take tjhe priitoner to ventloii of the he igt hafl fled through the cetoh to a railroad where had flrst In tout made nA Monday morning to go re thit to had come to that VOTK Nod Go to captijre ias probably due to and Judgment of t Bdward Bidaman and The woundedntan f Luckett Monday night and been shot in the would like to have out be did not Luckett then lid not go to and get his arm police hejdld not want to go JLuckett then sent who ie ijjnlon tAft e man manner wis rather lately Feller IS IX Will Xext Ann4l tt in Atla CItyi I r r The official results the riece olectloi of the American Poultiiy sodatlpn have Just btfome throusn the report of McCoi 1 of elect n commlst A tjtal of was jcai The balloting for s T oned ed Blda been any of UtrtrrranK Richard I j Pre Cedar Fin t vice Clecl A Secihd vke presidents Tl Caij Nashv Mei kbers of eiequtiv three Dalla elected i this at as be cbhfilderlng the ing the basis futureconventions so that the gates shall pronjjrtionniely ito t of the members more for the purpose referring to de of the National al conventions shall conduce it possible effect t Policies of ttep i M Jammer such a convjentk and usefully ta action desirable and to glvejaseu for constructive tlritles in Ute a to the end tjhat may be adrancei It was the on those present th cestefl shonlfl be teat the Nat onal to take stepi Comment had to fortr jsfaator torL of io and s conduct of future al conference qf tea he wad ta scrlbfd as business courses vatejpch4ol under the luu act tjhe Attorneygeneral answers In tJie Such a school id not held 5a private school required to the ijublic schools also are taught In thesqjsocall private ll j i Thj question of Raymeiit at1 tenddnce and probation officers in counties of less time ls i bufinern thaii his otacesp take the njatter up and give It hta careful He wanted time to look lover records of the service as practice and he details as to at Uils mt Itchell told tho m his return to that he would is aj returifsiand He gave his prpmlse that his way clear that theiiorvice would be Jj he use offices to mote ill thitiwas ocer paid day and the proba and that for the Mitchell had nothing of the rumor fchlch wjijild have a trafh run ont of to the east In abolishing train partmfenta of tl every possi i Investl BftS W fl reso bausttd or of the r continue until ex canghu to the Natlodal nittee ba opjln On that a ein rt darly a date asjilay fpr the purpose of Htpedlency of chang representation jlto anrf not gehiaml e ot nUtyiipc 1 f changing the jujei gates and membera Comnjittee s named UIP attendance Ofi The Irstjinjans were Feme as probation the ship Penn is thatitho attendi PS prohation work Thcsp complete and ct that he isjthf 1ad details of and therefore hjne The ijtftns were espe Pay of an fprihtiprippolleiof showing th arrangemenlf Of amount of electrical Is qn every I liljlf Q ance 6mctr only doos omrp L to ance rraxs it In off have modern been1 repeated the lent I of this Ion the primary ele tlon laiws of thef Tfe rious states sha I be recognizedind iave full nd also for thttBur ose of making eucb channs n the mcthbds f conducting naQon and campaigns giving the at The th solng on since the n Sht ing ro imsi a of other hive from the same drau at inrtment jhat these plans rth anytBin to any In the fact thnt ttfc plans showed the wiring thelirecontrol ap including wiring of tbo Aoujut real sec ret connected ship con structfon noradays 4 the firecon trol apparati jpthatjl devices and arrang pnt ol the I opinion ifc n might projWrly e any J other aodbn o reunite the pexty ranee that It sti md progressives airs of common t the chane mnde Commltte be uchan vgJ eomposed oft Rone rt n and the but up to us date their vucir have The fact of the ihefts had tepjl a secret by the navy Ue partmjnt officers In hope that the tbfeft jmlght be Though It Is the opinion at the navy department lhat the plans were tak en byfsome one employed In rthe suqpiclon has not yet rest ed upon any neither aif or the The the ni value y of the responsible officers department been censored for the aflngij trolled from1 lal centr the electrical by guns con Offttlals a the i ry department the ny de 1 apparatus of of the plans of the Pennsylrai era taken are described 17 aepartmectt as rof ail tie their M which censing such pir Wljat alarna SecreUfry and his iassocla ea Inf the department Is the fact tl at itjysome one jte able to at fusnera iHh Uu if the aj ro iplans how tails qf the irfcconl the Flrsiftiieft first heft orj on called TnesdW that ing the nai f to vleV the fl the open p h A those the bujldlngl knowa to th or vouched to th watcl thcom had b wp board The njgoct Aftar currei Ing ol dt ilansoccurred wars re1 even tent bunding4 who came displayed oni this Into i at the doors I plans werefi who T   

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