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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                WAS EITHER ROBBERY j OR CRIMINAX ASSAULT I 18 THE ON TIL Crowd Gathers With Rope and Threatens to Hang Assailant Who Is Said to Be a city detectives arid bloodhounds are seeking to trail the assailants of four women in Louisville and its neighborhood In therlast twentyfour The women who were attacked the motive either helng robbery or crim ina1 assault were Cora of 1324 west Chestnut street Miss Elizabeth of 1312 west Chestnut street Ada aged J024 Seventh and Rrank in south All of the victims say they fe attacked hy ihe asasil nt of Mrsj Springer it is belled the man who gjraibhed ffl Sherlej and tried to drag her 1 an Miss Sherley screamed i rtd the fflajn few minutes laj fr was grabbed at enth aipd and she saved nerself by Her was bfulsed and cut and she V 4s Finger prints are till i Ible her Sprlnj vas uwonsctous for some time a the baltle with the black i Feelfng in south Louisville is high and of men declared they yfere ready to hang the nefepo If One of the imen hadj a SUES THE H POll TESIPLE Johtij Temple who forced to resign the editorship lof the Atlanta News because of the with the business the newspaper field as of of a paper to be as Wajjne postmaster at Ml has His sjjc not been Here are the first of the seasons washable dress and i airy stuffs they seem in February 4 ye tnowis the time to see them in their newness and beauty and make yonr selections from this complete show 1 Everything desirable for Shit Waists and Gownsfrom the bright and pretty stuffs at ten cents to the aristocratic silk ginghams at seventyfive cents the chance to be lOc and crisp new spring stripes and plaids and plain Tlie ideal Wash goods for little folks Also striped and checked and B of other fabrics that can be used to a good advantage if it is a bit 2Oc finished Batiste and Mercerized ojifn fignres and neat mixtures in all tlie new spring of gray brown and f 2Sc fieautfu weaves and color combinations of Dinard Carreanx De Sun Ray Novelty Chameleons and H ioat of others to clioose SOc silk soft and white and dainty sliades for evening aud dressy Silk beautiful and filmy all waiittd light and 18c Long Cloth One hundred pieces fine chamois finish Long 12 yanLs to the Tfle cloth is very softand sheer containing no dress ing far superior to tlie finest IOO Cumhrlc A regular 18 cent Per Piece of 12 yards i 4 Leas than per yard J loc I Thefletv The splendid collection of white daintiness is one merit and includes styles to siiitevery New pat terns in elaborate and neat work on nainsook and Baby corset cover and flouncing iij Special mention a few of the hundreds in our immense 4 and SC cambric edging and all new I 1906 Large assortment of designs j and widths to make choosing a i 8 Ctnd IOC Fine open work cambric edges and iu wide new and artistic de Also match Something that is really 12 12 Ctnd 15c of Nainsook andf fern very dainty of the newest up to date TSfov is the time to get 25C 18mch Cambric Skirt Flouncing and Corset Cover js both elaborate and dainty Springs newest dej signs and with beading I and dainty 18inch cover edges on finest Cambric and Also a newf showingof Cambric and lace v J CloafC Sole The cloak selling has been phenomtnal for the last ten days and many have availed themselves of the halfprice sale sllll there lire yet a few garments thrfee womens and aboutf as many With several weeks of winter yet ahead Itf should be worth while to call In and look them over If in need of I flrie a 1 Cloaks Cloaks Cloaks for Cloaks for Cloaks for Cloaks for Cloaks for Cloaks for Vml Mejiftal 1owors It Ki Suit lilid hy Hcl iiui growing nut of striking f xvufroijviioiilaiiiins iiniily anil Ohio Soutli lyesterii GjigLiic anil caboose running llmu1i iily at forty miles iin hoiirjjjiiic1 nislit lust n nervous wreck from Mental anil followed fear ful iiosN ucgligcmi on iarl of riiilniad he Soiulnvcsicrn Kalhvny juis iesuUcd from ihc nc ithc Klcvcnih si rent cross ing in wliich Louis 6f Barr and his cf i wifi and two live years while crossing liie on their way hnnigj Were I brown from n road agld soverely The suit is iiiiino of Helena fjiwlfi1 of Louis The wlnch covers Jive lai shifts lyiiewrilten reciies 1114 he ac liajiiicned about 7 oclock In he The family was m the The who was and listened vhen thijivi rossitm wis but localise iiJf the darkness and ilisrniclipj In view by hnildinsrs lie Niuld the whlih eon Aisled ofJin engine and a pliroachias from Ihi The rain the smash ins il nid Ihropjiis 7iiikin and hi family several In Cinkan ijAil iier rinln shoulder dis buk was sprained and and brain issue hy ihc She has been por her inrvons tiin her menial powers She can mil resl of and SOIIK lines out of hed to she is mahle herself for hours it a tinitl avers liiat she fre lueully rjie wreck in her sleep uid in hqr imnpination sees the nansled ieml lilecdins bodies of her Itlle dilMnn Her eyesight also is iff eol and she is in lanser oliMieoomins totally ihe ofleiHsnffers pital pain and be of itjie weakening of her men al fears that she may be The of the com plaint rafiarsto the ordinance res ilating of trains in the of the and says hat the feiini in question was soins at Ihe njtfl of forty miles an The limit is ten The says that the engineer failed the whistle or ring Ihe bell aja distance of not than eighty rojijs hpr more than 10T rods from t necrosis to the says Ihe train was backing tip and drawing the ca trilie the avers e tjie instance of the accjdejit b ithe ZlnK in on account wH to suit has lieen Sled agalf at the BadtBnofie and Ol Iq Souihwdgtejrn Railroad pany asdetailed In another Jan jexample of tip stupidity at rare In tervals jbyjjthel claim depart Iments It Is po 3 iimon rumor that has in this sn offer of the cotnpm through Its claims recogn ing theilitjbility of the cojn jmade the plaintiff it the magnificent 00 compromise the Of tie tender wag spiirned with in 1 If the aisseijUons of tjjie plaintiiff arie borne out by the evidence thatmay be pfe sented in tjie this is ohe of the wolist i instances bf railroadi negligence tliJBt has happened in this couijiy I That tlfe co n d permit Ma e n project a locon o tive at foijty miiles in S hour baclowailds through thjjis qity at 7 oclolck in the wening over iln watched fund unprotected crassinss is almost i for pany won COMMISJSION OF FIXBJ BRADY WILL MIKE ON OEll Louis Stabbrr Says He Can Xot Explain What Projijpled Him to Stab the with felonious assault were issued Wednesdty by Assist ant Circuit Attorneys Iarry Ross kopf and Richard complaining witnesses f were Hiss race Ogelsby of 202 north and Miss Lydja mer of 717Mound two of his ourteen The informations ssued Wednesday a totajl of our that have been issued against the no slKJlal ilishts were dis Idayfd on tni1 end of the bngine to warn perilous of its wliich is to Caieless ness and necjliKenoe are charged asainst thai had rhailRe of the IMWBUUNGMIlt IV slirnEME DOUBT 1ayins for foods with a statps thail it is payable ati some fiiMtro nijid tlien failing tj have the money In hank to meet the check on Iliaji date does con stitute the crijite pf obtaining goods under false The supreme court so held jNVeilnesday by lievers ing Ibe of Henry amp who was sjpnt ito the state prison for a check for a ank where hiul no funds The hock was daiid and was uia rkod payalile The supreiiit court says tjiat a false piviinsej to mtist relate to an exjisiing and failure to perform promise does not constitute of pre therefore the check was Jmere ly a promise jlo Have money it the haul on Even if Lajnping had money with the bank to pay the check he was undet iio obligation to lieep It there and Have checked out for other said the It is ilhat Lamping be im mediately discharged from CAME jiapital George Mar a coloredjl was arjrested Tuesday plghfj fjor begging fn the The jollce arrestedj him and Wednesdiy morning he wias ar raigned before Judge He pleaded but was allowed to He wejit to j THE The 7 oclock this acwdiiig to Ttirrells Blood at thirteen de grees above The highest tem perature was nine degrees iiboye j a plea of guilty to charges of felonious as endihg against ihe maximum entence that can bet imposed in each case is five yearsj Two years s the minimum sentence that caji be mposed in j i Brady fully realizes the seriious ness of his Fe says he is willing to take his pun shment jllke r a plea of e Can See The End of Our not far Many there in tliec Sty who have savpd f I money patronizing Have JVejdo not feel like cloatji sale until everyone in n heed of clotlies in and yet tliem is a limit to I Kbods are arriving and we inust attention cold wave someone or Wesi ill have some nne bargains inljveijcoats and means something to of an overcoat TO GET I Two taore Informati charging ohn Lawrence Brady of The commission of pointed by Circuit At ap orney o examine into the mantal and jphyr sical condition of repdrted Aednesday to Sagjr that a ver dict of sanity will be jthe outcome hat the slabber is perfectly ind j While the commission of doctors would not risk an assertion as to he exact cause of Bn dys stabbing they say thht to his sex ml perversion is due riminal The commission be ieves Brady responsible in the eyes of the and reconwiends that he tried for his i In all probability Bridy will enter his peculiar the several laiilt that are and will ent I believe I merit th egardless of the fact xplaln what promptec punishment hat I cannot me to Stab he said I Biip ose I will get about I im willing to take the It ronld be useless for n3e to enltr a lea of not gulltjl I would robably get a longer llrm if I Circuit Attorney Sagkr sent for Brady buti after jthe arrived at hei be aame engaged in other land iad Brady returned lo Ihe city He will lalk the cases pver wilhi the prisoner in the evfent that lie Is willing to plead to j tihe he will probably accepfi his I should judge the present nformation against Brady thatj fif een years would be Jufflcient bun shment for i said His acfe should not encourage others siijiilar and for thati reason Ij am ing tlie Holtzmier as and he was hungj his until a passer ir rei Jessed He was a bump on his MEJETOJG A The meeting w last proba Thij Everett from j VJitcennes where he ductkig a revival jfcaptist The has bien in iprogrsss for three weeks thirty have been made to thei Much good is beinte Everftl will return tp VI lennesi tojiiglit to take up the Wortlagain bly two weeks CJHVRCH TO BE Th historical old church J4t Vtni James Episcopalf will soon be to be replace I by ai stone costing j Gould heads t scriplllon list by a contribution of wii of JOHN mm ITTEOJO TWe la admitted st will of John Brifeit was to probate this rii irningj To Wis n Sarah iij bequfathd his gold watch r fto hii Olive a piano orheri Susan Fornwaldj a dia mbnd According to after all debts are proi ceedS of his life insurance isj to grt to his fa One two bugf and his Iftlv gies land literary 1 included consisting and all other no in the first three itjms thie will to hi On the payment of the proi the insurance on two siste at the dead mani Wilsoi and Ellen Radcll jo receive The wll was made Febrary and was by LJ Fornwald and James jjbgdonj George Bright is named jis the i with Wedn ill Hawkins progressive whist The guestir uilty as soon as he is arraigned in wre Mrs Ed Mrk Lou Zinkankj Mrs George Syd Clyde afod Zlnji ta ws woif the tablefe were decbrated with pink caiHationW aijd the refreshments were ic coffee and eii perience lof the jresenjt inadequaite to akeumedl rates will apply to jail and to all I dating Th not going to set a example in his Brady Is not the leasi de He knows the diffetence between right and and Ihere is no reason why he Should go un punished because his actions wee of a queer and because thej had the appearance of thfe work bf a mentally unbalanced I If Brady enters a mlea of Juflty to each of thefour charges aglainst it will mean twenty ID the Other informations are to be issued against Vhere edghrl reaiis years will bje sufficient punishment lor tti my will be probably a toal of We will to two in each Sixteen mmmrn mm r HMOR An article a few da s ago re atlve Imortal reca Is tp Peru thatfthe cognomen II Imortal was given by John Grannan o while Graham was editor off the Miami County Sentine Graham had quite a h the wanjderer Peru in 11856 at Mr story of in which he called hiia Free frequently told iLockwood the story and usually laughed abo HUNG BY Fjank Holtzmier of driving was th own f roin his buggy in a runaway Miller was in Terre Haute this oijt Gibson at the from BANK BURGLARY Bank bjurglary insurance ri o BO npj next as f a careful compilation of cream hat kindi of whlch hat on many classes the rates are e new business on or aftpr March IXDERSON AYERSJ Anderson Ayers of maaj Tenth an aged was declared insane at an j held Wednesday I tint P plica1 Mospit langerouls to be at ipn for its admission to the or the insane at Evansville be IJe will be allowed tc family until it is gjrknted with his SBRI 1 Another series of the games basketball took at Zinkans hall 5Wedn day evei The freshmen tfle seniors by a score of 241to fsopha IganMy won from sbore 20 to Bo were in MINEDRIVERS ON The djrjvers at Vandalia nfear wentout on laying off ISO Vandall people say meet to arbitrate the till drivers ieturri G LOBE HOTEL J Jame James I bou mornlni what be I Word Barr H He will DELEGATION JPROM DA HO WEpNEJSDAJT Is Popular ht Sleeting and Said That He May Have No Oppoalriott By Time of The work of the Lincoln League of met at wan moriiingr and all the delegates left for HjOine Tuesday night Or Wednesday Those who attended city were Elmer Hastings and I Edward They returned to lVer the railway at Wednes day i I Before adjournemnt it was decid ed to send a representative of each district to represent Indiana the j golden jubilee of the to toe held in Philadelphia ihext The president of the leigue will name the f officers jvere Edward f The elected IndianaiJolls vice George Evansville Bert tijeaa Tjferre George A Great Said Elmer wno Iwas appointed chairmaii of the comlnlit ee on rules and order of business and also a the an resolutions was a gjrfeat the greatest the league las held In This isjtjhe opinion of all wha 5ov rnor Hanly great which was well n the dinning haltat the Old JSpl diers homeand ithe crowd could hardly get into the One of ihe that impressed me paljtic ularly was the popularity of degrity auditor state and a candidate for the reiub licanl nomination of state The opinion of n his notes in tjie News onfthe lliat of his manner of should have no trouble securing I fine Grant county delegation nearly s Billhelm er was in evidence crowds fath ered around him tb his and wish him success in his 1 It even Is predicted by that by the time ott the convention he wilt have no opposi I i The next meeting will in the of 1907 ln which will the anniversary of The place wtll beselected by a com mittee appointed hy the president The Davless eognty delegation thought some an effort to secure the meettng for Wdshihg ton but feared that the hotel ac commodations might not be sjifnc COUXTKY STORE DyjfAAHTi The Greene coiipty grand which is in sessioigat Bloomfl investigating the f dynamiting and burning of the general eresting and closi who Brewer as night bt the Globe hi Jordan took ch Brewerhas not will do GEORGE BABR has reached this ci i once lived in t was seventyfour 0 remembered by fn decU Sherman sik miles nontjjieast of Bloomfield onthe line jot In dianapolis Wednesday The to the store which is half covered toy Altl ough a large nuMjer witnesses was called before thejnry Wednesd ly no tangible clew was tfound to thi par ties who did tthe dynamiting Rob supposed f o have bee i the i AJIOXG THE RAILROAD Seymour RepublicanBral eman Robert who was badly h irjt In the collision on thJLoulsville 1 rtjnch Is at his ho tie on west Fifth Btreeti While his liflurtes are serious and painful he Is g along well so gT i of Georw e irs ol I der cH A pleasant valentine party and taffy pulling were fWediesday night at Richard mers of south Itertdian street The Southside clifb entertained for the husbands the me About ten evening was spent at and taffy I THE ftAIERoAD Kenneth conduct on thetB who burg several struck on the heat by a flying ia has np able to wdrk for some at 1 eters ago by being Jack beeu of Sum   

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