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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1907, Washington, Indiana                                f INDIANA CHAMPIONSHIP p l OF HIGH fe strong basket ball team fn4 brleans will battle with the local quintet at Zinkans Jail Saturday evening the high school chani pionship of southern Indiana The his defeated jnost of the ggjaails that it has played Witji this seasopand claims the high school are I championship The Washington in the liest ofconditlon and will nut up a s ubborn fight The managen ent of athletics In desirous of a large BeJ tbse father would not per mit iliifa enlist in the regular Ibfarles the eighteen Son of Dawson of fired the coa k shotgun into his abdo e died earls Thursday morn hen he wag dying the boy that he shot himself with A few days ago Short attempted join the ut his rather would not sign armyi year3 Salen tentd assert suicltij armyj apef viS daugh The New Spring Jack Beautiful display of eve jaunfy Jackets and coats for spiing tees and H lined and unlinedl tlain box Specially to the new s pring Jannty Black serge jackets made from the finest sponged English semi beautifully Equal to aaj CrcLVefrette Coatf B Tweity five sample Cravenette sprii These coats are i and handsomelytailorEd 6UM Were used as travelers and of their hut YPV no two Almost every color Your choice of these ta ji j M Saturday only splendid collection of white daintiness is one of merit 1 tod includes styles to suit every fincyv New patterns in e and neat work on swiss f and Baby all flouncing fblind effects are the aewest for i Special mention of a few oT thfe hundredsin dur im Pine shadow also open and wo and three ruffle VB3dH PASSED MIT16L nfces William ent Thursday here with her Will thats new in Womens mis SergeS and fted semifitting and as an introduction 650 650 probi bl A novenent is form coming a goojd brlgh ure in to raise Is ClriulaUng the Pe Already ports and follow game are inter ey Sunday base the hav A Molen and al rge number of which will be J ask bill when it While overseeing some Iwork In the foundry Edwin of the Vincennes Foundry i was struck ori head by a burst ing emery wheeland suffered a se vere scalp which will prove is about thirty years old and preseatcd o jsenai ing Jp aociation for the sea sol fane team he went lend lasjebajl twenty jr lijrty1 j in tbjs brgariizlu he J20 f Thd petiKlon id Is gaimi4g mjiny ei l bney to buy the circulitlig 400 names tqi Jakingl considerably matted and ievera their iuppo REPA1I Dr physician draft fdr n th f next In it expe APTFiR 4i trf n foot here to the prospects for TiPashlngton are the principal fig nt The plan is GODAViST BUYS Jesse Godwin of Aifordsvnie has bought the farms of Ben Hediick and Albert Cpchran both in Reeve MK Hedricks tarm is east of He will leave soon for North WILL REBUILD The did Viijcennes djistillery plant that was destroyed by fire Wednes day will be rebuilt at oncej accord ing to a statement m4de by flenry president of the HOUSE PASSES SALARY RAISINGS WAGES OF IE is so in BILL That It Goes Into Effect This 1 ar Instead of Gen eral Assembly RAY Ray Alien will assist in the Met calf recital iat Petersburg next Thursday a cornet He will render Park and have ftjrif tsons take stock loL the shares to Sunday baseball goers and those to get at least lusiness men are interst in the have promised to tl a 48 paid a practicing at1 jCqlUm received a Wed will be on sale ladejfull cat a being garments that garments for fortyeight was in Ti lent two i up ach 6n paid the mojniy BOO i by seniini cldent of had forgo esday which re fe a young man afe Dr Wisner V ii when he ten Who were hard of the men re The living at the doctor iecalling the in hlch the doctor THE C f In potel at Ing Prank Vincent oi the sea Doddr Mathpdist there Thursday the chUfaJitfjrjolj bride is id waist in abtra jy Gladder at t l Jut Immediately rendered was John Sajcrja of crim inal assault after tiie spirited Edjlyvllle to avoid any chande of the people of Ruiiseljvllle angry because the verdict was Sacra was charged witfr in the ifor TOWNSHIP DM THIS mmm the elevenyearold son of Elvis Allison of Veale died this morning frbm short illness of stomach andj bowel trou The lad had beeh subject to the disease all his life and over eat ing always brought an A few days ago he ate a heavy meal and became Tte boy was a member of the Pleasant Hill Funeral services The teachers wage inl re duced in tte senate by Mo passed the house Thursday afier noon and should be ready for he signature within a I The bill to go into effect In inst ad of It will be neces for th sary for the senate to accept tils amendment before the bil to the The measure is meant to increase f teachers creasing thk tax levy of the which was j passed by the house few days is intended tofurnish he Union Depot Thursday even a jl Miss Alma of Bhong wa i here early in the or of the First erforming the i ipany appeared Minor taking His f the STILL The fire department was called to the Tharp Gardiner law ofilce this morning about oclock a still from the grate filled room was pouring from1 which been raised causing a still jalarm to be sent to the Connty which to carry cut the revenue the provisions of the Moore say that the new li w will addaiiout a year to tie pay of grade Treasurers Its position in favor of a hrel closed and the i cms amendment making the open for killingsquirrels begin on instead ofAugust continu til November hool Consolidation tor Elmer Moores bill to that a township must abol hools where the average daily mce is less than twelve to the trustee to abolish them average daljy attendance is lan and to provide consolidation with of the was passed me Against iship high school itendents and members of boards may become educa lonat detectives and pry into the of pupils in the elementary and high This was Jsion of the Indiana ay when twerity f the members of the upper COUNTY TOWN SHIP MENIHISh W1U Have Double to Assessing Property and Listing IUi ANTISUICIDB Antisuicide clubs an to be es tablished by the Salvation army in all the large cities of the United being similar to the same bureaus which have been in exis tence in the cities of England l TED sons who may be their and per eqntemplatlng DOGS OP NO The Lynnville bloodhounds trailed the robbers of the post of fice to but fhe robbers doubled on the dogs and succeeded In making their FELL PROM A Roy Barthel of ten years fell from a fence while playing with some companions aria sustained a severe scalp The child will HERE THURSDAY Joseph Chandler ind MoCord were here from Alfordsville Thursday evening to iwil ness Monfe GODWIN BUYS The attenjed the fu can IDC used in n Jny combinations for Wide insertion to match i Ljflouncing IY A handsome assortm seen hereabouts M Made handsome new designs on fine eek Showing of Sp It IN ON BOX of baby sorely lest of hand loom fyfor the Corset Cover and he daintiest to ela great advance is 5 I l sees the closing of a great Eiucount s sees the openiig of spring styles fastidious and articularpnril ccelled this s sason in the Come in an i see if you Yet Lhls Week County treasurers and their si arles constituted the subject of dis cussion in the house Thursday af whpn Representative Grie ers bill designating the salaries county treasurers came Thjs bill might be regarded as supp mental to tile public depository bi It issimilar to the Mattingly bill the ejxcept in the amounts o be paid in Certain j Both billsimake the salary of tKe Marion county treasurer The salary of the Daviess county treasurer is placed at an a vance of The bill was passejl by the house Altogether count will receive a total of more in salaries in 1905 than in 1907 if the bill becomes Vo Temperance On motion of Representative C ble the house Thursday Indefinitely postponed further conslderatlop I Representative Whites temperancf notwithstanding the author cf the measure It begiven better The bill amende J the Nicholson law by extending the remonstrance features of the laIT from wards and townships to The bill also required saloo l keepers to give a bond of when granted a I believ that this bond will do mor to keep these saloon men straight anything said i i explaining his Takes Power Prom By a vote of 34 to 13 the McCu lough house bill taking out of th hands of the governor the power c appointing police commissioners for cities with a population from 10 000 to was passed In the set The measure affects the fo lowing cities Munci New Richmom Michigan Loganspor Jeffersonvill Elwood and Blkhar The bill gives the mayors the pov er to appoint police commissioners provided their appointment be ai proved by the city Squirrel Bill The senate concurred the ri not tf passed the Orndorf bill to the formation of high nd elementary school frater Ten members voted against Post Bill Thfel democrats stood by Senator otsfiiburgs bill require guide all highway nd yijled down the report of the on roads for indefinite rppnement Jthe feeplngj Tom jWhite s Peeping Tom bill a reported for passage by the criminal code j Distribution of Sohool Benutpr Slacks bill to provide distribution of school text odkstsjialj be madfe by dealers In stead i by school was Township deputies met at the this paorning to f plies for assessing aid receive In structions from Cotnty Assesaor Sims regarding all the assessors and their deputies were The assessors and will begin work Mond year will havea doubli they will aiaess and list all of the real when the assessment hat they put upon land passes of equaliaatipn at the June there wiy be no il for In view of this fact U ahtmjd be of particular intere t to the ownersto pay partlc i j J WitS passed after being Rightly BJ9d3t Gets His Bill Senator Benzs empowerinj coupty j prosecutors to summon wit i between court terms was to Senator Beriz said lender the present law witnesses mnottant cases leave the county befbrft they can i Vetoes Governor vetoed Thursday e sonate bill providing that taxes njot constitutje a Hen against prqneityi after ten i and the which permitted the or of loan and trust com panies aid deposit companies with if capital in cit es ofLIeis than r Of Bcneflti law that will be of par neflt to pavless county by jthe general as Jt providesfor the exten le improvements of roads nshlp lineiwithout theex road Tinderthe which was passed two it is necessary to call an thereby entailing consld jrablp for j the extending lf improvements to the town hit Under thje new law all hat is necessary the petl ion for Improvement extension ibi Mped by flftjy free jmpfovement then be or fed wifhout the Expense 6f an election The new ijaw will not go until It is pun ished in the which prob ably be by i Personal Blqdgett in the Neiws Have you that eye of principal cleric of tjhe house If od it is woijth a trip to the tale house to jSimp gen liiy a goodlooking ne a knd if he were ntlniied on Page Four Column 3 to the assessment of tielr property by the and s se to It that their are aseessei and equal prevent the trouble c before the board of for the purpose of sec irlng proper Mortgage Exem The only time that iportgagr ax emptlons can be filed months of March and law is specific on this exemptions be county auditor after Great care should the The NO pted by the that aken to fill out the exemptions pro and if a person is not certafa that he ia able to fill the bty k it will be to his interest to hay5 some bW who is qaallfled do If they are not filled out iceording to the provisions of the 1 iw the per son who files the derive no dere Soft Silk in IVogue UTTT ATETnivn i M L WHATEVER else a w or mayf not in clude among her sprini ani she should never omit toplan for d ooe siljk gown Nothing takes ihe place f nothing has hcretoforerand it is more than doottful if present will deyelope anything practice iS the way jof a sub r 24 inch Satin foulards 36 inch black guaranteed yd 36 inch Shepherd I 1 f 19 inch Shepherd EVANS ON THli Brltton EvanH was on witness stand all li L the Harry Thaw case and Jerome spent the day going over eight ielters written by Thaw and culling in m them tractson Eva IB based his belief that they were rltten by if person of unsound mind Thaw en ivlng put a livened the session asserting tfis his wife testimony was and that her natural and real goodnegg was above the comprehe islon of district DISASTROUS WI Train 49 on the running forty miles a nigh sin miles east The engines and many passengers tnnately the train left the left aadwas ditche of the To t e right a fifty foot embankment and EXAMINATION The of t commission Ji to the Har Wman came to ai Arguments be majfe later linWashington Clrf No action has yet beeh taken tpwird deciding whether an attempt sh ill be made to force from Hrrhnan ind another answers which hey refused to certain OUTBi Thirtythree eases oftyphoid fe ver have been taton frtm Con which left the Atlantic In West Indian wateral and Thun day reached tne United No i explanation of the outbjeak la ing and their court house their ork Nearly j heir deputies and this duty to per This year ilar attentlen with a Just which will appearing equalization is in eieiiptlon will was at Indian f Connella wag killed For the rallq to1 at the foot e Interstate end but so far has been no Investigation FIGHT Cabbage thrown on a performance of San In a c era ia which se promi nent Louis lociety n en In the fall of was checked for a time HASTINGS bf eryaipelai f iej stage In Died i the Alamo   

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