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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Washington, Indiana i MOVE HIS JEWELRY STOKE TO THE OP Smiley Rcmmc His Dcnbjl fo the Xciv Building About April N Jepson has leased the east om of1 the new Knights of Colum us and will move there araut the fiisfof May The ground JI on the first ftoor the building is most completed and will be reajd for acceptance in a few 1 THE FAST i The rim of number l from Seymour to thi city was even better than that tween Mitchell and Washingt The distance ofi eightsix mile from Seymour here was run In i9 including a stop at making the running tiroe85 Joiti Donnels of Evan was CHAUIJES Charles Thomas went t Louisville Monday to have an opera tion performed on her neck fo growth is rapidly improving anc likely will return liome the last o the wr of the will be madfc into three for have not j Smiley will move jthe two front rooms on the seconte poor witli two additional rooms to rea of the front JAipril 1 The ttird floor is and furniture will be put m hall ttithm the next few A kirmess will be held on ground floor far a week begmnin jVprij H j Except the partitions to be built The TWO Jack a and Jr Sturgeon were fined and c6st this morning police Ab bolt paid of his fine and wa released Sturgeon was sent t MEETING The Riley club notmeet day The next gathering be held with rAfleji March tOWjIERS Four or five representativfes Colliers Weekly are in the cil Spring Jackets Beautiful display everything thats new jaunty and coats for mis ses1 and Sergesand Broadcloths lined and unllned and plain box Specially priced as an introduction to the neft spring Jackets Jannty Block jackets made from the finest sponged j Englisli Bemi a j EjugLiaii avit fitted beautifully fiqnabto any Special The The splendid collection of whitfe daintiness is one of merit A and includes styles to suit every NJew in ela borate and neat work on imjnsook and Baby 1 j corset flquflcingand1 waist sets in abun 1 I Special mention of a few of the hundreds in our im I I Tnense i Fine sheer also open and bKrid effects are the newest for I two and three ruffle skirt also can be used in combinations for waist Wide insertionto ipatcb all A handsome assortment of baby surely ihe tjest to e seen The daintiest of hand loom trork possible to Made i especially for the j CORBET COVER l8 inch Corset Cover and handsome new from the daintiest to ela on fine Notwithstanding the great advarice prices we show them at about Uastr reasons 38 Lnrl M ind 25c M SERIOUSLY ILL MARKS HOSPITAl SALT CITY FROM APPEX ft THY his SaJs His oiilitiin is Sirious But A teWgram this afternoon at fronJ Jjfank I gefrit brought word of tile benous condition of Jack Mc CaffeitJv who went to Salt Lake to OH the He was op morning at Marris hospital for Jromj wEich he had been threatened several t Tie last word received froni Mc Cjaffeitj he was improving and ex fjb home next He has confined to his room two but had passed the dlngbr of it was The word of the serious condition will come as a shock to everyone in this city is known to almost The death of his tllOULht tin n I in In soon oftir he went to Salt iesjlfciilly because of the bis getting Mc CaffeHyfi long illness and Sufferingin a his con sad news to his fhenis In this It j is that word of ndStidJi will be received in a his few j This newspaper receive ag soon as anything definite nown concerning the Farber insurance bill Gambling Senator Mattihglys bill author ize sheriffs and constables stroy gambling parapheraalia siezed by them was passed in house by a vbie of 51 A similar bill introduced by Representative Hanna waS killed by the house earlier in the The bills wore a result of the raids by fbe state on the gam bling caainas ajt French and West The twentyseven votes against came from the democratic side of the The bill is how ready to be spnt to the Hanly Signs Hanly has signed the under which the stale will take charge of the grounds in which is located grave of Nancy Hanks Tho governor appoint a commission to have charge of the grounds and maintain HP has also signed ithe bill to punish parents who njeglrct their j Uiiihvay Mails Opposition developed among the railroad trainmens organization to senate bin which was pre pared hytlrp stjvto railroad commis sion to the safe opera r the The bill commission nvestigations of the wrecks on the IT WITH A XrMRIJI After considerable hq iliibflc depository the liouse the sen ft vote of 2 to just be Jiilddiiy at Of the nine agiiinst the bill all were dem evfeept Senator Of thirtytwo voting for the nlv one was a Senator l Slack dodjred the vote on jhe The bill now goes aclv to the house for concurrence tliiv Some fyventyfive or thirty amend injected into the bill at father feiiious of these mendmefits were accord ttte friends of the and Jte fort pnlj to its better ihe offering of them started the nlend inept de he efforts of Senators Cox and it time as if the bill in a mass of mutila the same fashion that tion of railroad was drawn1 afti hadmade its i recent disastroti naltiniore Ohlio lit and the Big Four al SanfonL In all those wrecks there wns a terrible Idssof and the commission feels here should be ligislsition that tend in prevent such occur encos Somites Xiglit Despite the that there were only four senators in seats when the senate began its session Tuesday night regular routine of bills on third rending was re Senator up sen ate bill permitting i judge to oral instructions when not re quested to deliver written instruc After skirmish ing around for a quorum the bill Liability A bill by Johnson or Vigo designed to the prsrnt employesi liability act to hriiis all employes of lalwir within to pass in Ihe house morning for hid of i constitutional Liquor Licciisr Im Senator Stepijensons bill to com pel each railroad to pay a fee of for a licpnse to sell Jiquor on their trains Senator in explaining nils said that as wljio Is a railroad law told him il was a good hu would vote for Spciijil THJV Repirescntat iyo McClesUys bouse to aiitborixj town boards to levy special tax tjor street improvc nits Was II to by the senate Tuesday MintJsnfety The mine committees bill by Senatjor to provide the health and safety of per sons employed in coal mines was or abandon Daviess countys potjr the best condition it according tihe irken Wednesday by i t The ijoi fient nearly aJJ day at kli spectirig theiniprovemiin ditlons under Charles In every respect thtj found to be in fences and repair and the for to the entire satisfiic 4200 in the valuation the inventories is isfaction to the commiasi inventory taken given Cat and the Implements and supiili Will Adjourn The commissioners the orphans bonne Frirts ish up left over btisirie joiirn the session at ni business occupied a gre the time of the passed by the witliou oppo j ut His Blodprett in he principal house News clerk of the desk He is not entirely well but he wants lo attend to THIS VERXON CITV AXD ILLINOIS Considerable talk is tlu effect that Sees of the ion a re be moved ami Tlj credence in General Manager R favor of the tn moving the offices ie first The trrce connected and 11 inspej iind t part 6 FOIl Tho schoots pf Washington siiip will be closed Friday out of re spect for j of superintendent Mo Hats For division will be moved to ami the eastern divisio Should the it will takea from the Employes In the di Ice say there making the the move order to flees at the center of d stead of all the offices at Midway between both d official information caij the matter at this g board ujtiliera itlnw stei r u 1109 Ins It seems ut Js 11 is Ills r rt oif th western Ill e can be It Are Real kj Stylish C erial Hats are the best looking kearing hats and the styled aud as long as the price is 8 there any logical excuse for pa 1 hats and the can be in the for a DRY ftC Of be ot men l chers df ad outage obtained I Tflie move if made is a result of the trip ot inspection made by tothe shops JCXIORS girls basket ball game at Zlnkans hall Wednesday evening drew a large After the first of the a drill Was given v a number of the high school pn pils under the direction of Miss An na The juniors defeated the sophomores in the basket ball game by a score of 1C to CHARLES MAU5TTE OF STJ LOlIS AT AXD the Greek candy jmer of this has an interest ins letter in the Indianapolis Star today concerning the quarrel be tween Greece and Drassas Is a born in Alban ian but he now is an Amer ichn citizen TO Denver Madden Wednesday at Pe tersburg gave bis oneyearold child rattle box be bad made out o a small tin box and driedbeans An hour later the child got the bo rti off and was choked to death b two beans in its wind His Wife is a Cousin of Ed ward Howard Me ridian Charles Edwin a tele operator of former ly of and well known among a machinists ap prentice at is ill from 1 Tippp and unable to the telegraph operators of this d jhas disappeared and daughter of Stephens of Shoals and a cousin of Edward Howard of south Meridian has asked the police of Lqulsto locate her He home February iaying was going to and ROVSE CALLKI TO VIXCEXXEi JX WASHINGTON The mother of Edward Royse sanitary died at Vin ceanes Wednesday night after a Royse was called to Vincennes Wednqsday Royses home was at Fred oricksburg in Washington She was at Vincennes visiting her and was expected here for a Royse was years of She leaves three John of Ed ward of this George of Fred ericksburg two Mrs Mary Ileininger of Mitchell of Xew Martha The body passed through Wash ington today on the way to Mrs Rwses old home Frejjericksburg hi ic burial will SURPRISE PHUTON t KX WKDXKSDAY EVEX iiv Anorr THTUTY FIVK About thirtylive neighbors gave surprise on Amanda Perkins Wednesday evening in honor of the anniversary of her THe crowd gathered at the home of William Cbattin before going to the Perkins home and the affair that a complete surprise on et tlie Refreshments of ice incream and cake were one Perkins is one of the best known isions No and liked women in the and lues northeast of the city on the Bedford ch Silk Sale i Greatest Importance right because This sale takes M an additional interest because pf the fact that silks are steadih adUpcintf in and the danger lies Ttrnt IL i i paAt Ibn0er be sold at old where incases ours j astore was courageous enough to place orders for hundreds of yards before the present great advances set Lftjnd this fact is of great when you shop arit nd a i SCL will readily fincl i out present lines aie exausted or I yard wide soft fii wli ianrantefed black silk taffeta 98cyd m wide sliepjieidchpci dress silks 98cyp j i fancy grey check and shadow pfeid yd hasnot been seen by her Malette was a operator at Fourth and Malette Wednesday night said she knew no reason why he should leave her de claring he had no so far as she that there had never been a at saya He had remained away i ol worked at the down town office work for several days at she He reported at the telegraph office the Saturday be fore he left and was told to return to work the following Mon His wife thinks he had about when he Malette says she will not give up the search until he is Malette has a Lizzie Harbin at Wneat OWIIERS If FORGE mmm That a property who can Jstablish in court the fact that assessment against his property tof streetImpfoTement Is Inexcess the actual benefit which that erty derives from the impirovement may force aloweringof hjs assess ment to an equitable haa jeon decided By Leathers ind Judge Carter of the Marion FIIEHI mm mm MOBNIEJIT RESIDEICE Funeral will be held over body of Philander McHeh ry Saturday morning at 10 Services will be at the bur al ut Oak Grove W111 a brother is on hte way rom Monte fo at end the I i THK HIDDEN Some time before her death South worth confided to a friend hat the most captlva ing book that she ever The ridden was written under mist distressing t a time when her onlysister was ying of her own son n and she herself sick wlti hronic she working for hem Shfe said I used to ome from the sick room of my sis er and sit at my writing desk fn he and Immediately It eemed as If I had escaped from fades In some sort of a Joyous hilds paradise when I took my en and continued the story Cap Eugene who has dra matized the i whichwill be resented at the Washington opera Jtech ollded substantial j and worthy It is satd to be one of le best comedy dramas exploited or many all of the well nown characters of the story hav ng been retained in the SUBS east of in filed uit TVednesday iri the court i t for damages Newton recprder Green charging raughn with alienating the affec ons of his The suit Is y Bays Bays of 1 SrOAPPEBTY The marriage of Hiram JfcCaffer and Miss Clara Jackson lace Wednei day evening at the t Methodist ch After the care mony a Tecejtlon was given aUthe ewr home of the f
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