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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Washington, Indiana f 1 JULY ILL LOSE ISTAIBE F MAN CAUGHT ON BRIDGE HURLS BOY INTO CREEK AND HE IS LUMBERMAN ON STEED WHIRLS DOWN THE SLOPE TO THE STRUCK BY THE Charged With Selling Uquor to Intoxicated Weary Willies In Hie Walter Johnson Joseph a Montgomery saloon a heavy fine Wednesday night for selling liquor an intoxicated He was ar rested by Constable Ellis Wednesday afternoon and brought to Washing ton and arraigned that The affidavit was filed by Martha Montgomery about noon Hit an young it Iwhen he is Tiot dMnking has been I on a spree for a week or has warned the saloon keepers of Montgomery not to sell liquor to her husband but the warn ings were not Last Friday she followed him to the saloon of McClesky and saV him drink and pay for TV bile was in There only two ONeill and McCleskv He de ynled selling any liquor to ONeill while be was A fine of and costs were asc sessed against McClesky and he Thre is a jail sentence at tached to the offensp but the justice of the peace has no authority to force this of the 4 Ttoree Three weary were caught by HerbMeredith Ithls Ing riding the blind bagga train 5 They were arraign fore Mayor Russ2ll and given of and They prom get out of town if released an sentence was j M accompanied them to the edge city and gave them a gentle out over the They gav names as Charles Wilson and Earl Tjiey ttfe Southwestern at J agd had come to that city way of the Wilson h one f Assault and Walter son of was fined and co morning Mayor Russell charge ofs assault and batte f erred by John Th place at the Kramer sal east Fourth street Wednesday It is was iii an icnted state and without prov struck Sinclair bl the retaliated Johnson In the left jhim a black Johnson Sinclair hit him a pair o but this was tlispro the testimony of two wi being unable to paj morn s1 on d be a fine led to tho redith of the boost their Leslie aught tchell y the s only mm FOKS ur I M OELSIS FUNEl r TO AUSES INCONVENIENCE BURIAL CEREMONIES IN Because the Stanley rector of Trinity church of made a mistake in days of the that Wednesday was caused an hoars delay in the funeral services over the late Edward Neili at The Hughes did not ap pear at the and every Epis II q NEARLY TEN MILLION ESi PLOY WERE The industries of the States suffered less from strik Ing 1905 than in any year if the of ei iployes thrown out of work by stril the duration of the as According to the twenty nual report of the bureau and commerce J905 ther Benjamin a lumberman of North tad a thrill ing ride down the mountain side 01 Wednesday uppn huge The log started at the top of the slide as he was working on it and carried him with He managed to get pstrlde of fearing to jump j owing to the danger of being crushed 1 to J The slope is about 80 degrees and I the log sped downward at frightful i thebranches of the trees switching Colder with such force j that his clothes td I Near the bottom one large branch j caught him and swept him from the log like a He was picked up unconscious and badly bruised will doubtless After throwing his off a twentyfoot bridge to John a aged fifty was struckby a Vandalla pas senger train Wednesday and badly injured at Bacher nnd his son were returning from a blackberry hunt and were caught on a trestle over the Snapp Bacher picked up his boy and threw him the child land ing tried to stand on the end of a tie and avoid but he was struck by n car step and a gash six inches long was cut in his He wall Whit s this on a pre flght on on night intox cation In y hit Ivlng claims brass by nesses is in IFEOFJEHIE REESE MO RIDDLE sys Case Will Go That Jury About 6 the Verdict Will Be a LHe The Traylor case wiil go to the Jury late this something near 6 The argument was concluded with the speeches of Eph Inman for the and Judge Gardiner for the both of this lit is thought judge wiil not instruct the jury at any It Is the generali opinon of those who have followed the trial closely that Traylor will get a life sentence The feeling against him at Peters burg is SFRIflllllY III JLIIIUUJLI ILL Martha Elizabeth Reese of Bbgard wife of Jerome died She was born in She married Reese in ani to the union two children were both of whom are dead She is survived by the five grand one greatgreat grand and brother She was once a member of the Baptist church having been converted in When she moved to Daviess county she unitel with the United Brethren Burial took place at New the Hile of conducting the Evidence was concluded at oclock Wednesday For the prosecution speeches were made j by Corn and Chappell of Petersburg i and Ogdon and Inmim of Washins Riddle of a while Ely and Green of Peters I relative of Taylor Allen of this is not expected to live through the She has been suffering from cancer of the stomach and An the attending has no hopes of her burg and Gardiner of Wash ington spoke forthe Amusing An amusing Incident occurred on Wednesday in Green and Ely have relied entirely on theJn saity plea for the defense of their Wednesday afternoon the state showed records of the countf recorder that notwithstanding the alleged their client he had deeded sevo thousand dollars worth of property over to his wife and given a for to Greene and EJiy attorney i Ogdon for the state said that it pay l ment was resisted and the case given Ihim lie would quickly prove to the conrt that such transactions could j not be legally m tde by a crazy per l ACCIDENTALLY Edward twenty years son a well known farmer of Pike j to extract a i shell from a revolver Tuesday night the weapon j the bullet striking hirij in the leg to his serious f VISIT THE fnited Mr and Mrg c Q Bonnanv and s duri the Baker and Bak since i er were in Barr township today vis iting Thomas Hayes and SKATING One of the most exciting contests to be given at the skating rink yet will be the wheelbarrow race to Several will race and the af be furiously The floor Is open to the UENCE mm mm PJTFIIT on m STUMER Clarence Gregory of this city has been granted a patent on a wire OFFICER LOSES GOOD The theatbrlum bas good bill for The three films are fine amr the singing of Hasketf Bradford in the rendition of the Waiting is hard to That a city tfuuipne officer has no right to kill a crippled horse with out first consulting with a veterin ary surgeonas to Its condition was i OF ID Him fr There was a pleasant party given at the home of C Medcalfe on Wednesday night in honor of Jonas who in the city from NewAlbany the guest of his Miss Lena Ana contests and other amuse ments helped to pass away the even MOON WAS The clouds Wednesday night hid the moon and but little of the eclipse was possible to be seen The eclipse came on at the time and was witnessed by copal church in the city was visited employes thrown a clergyman could be found I work by un to conduct the services This wasjby strikers in rthe Rev curate at I lasting anav Johns church all other clergymen twentythree days in each e being either of the city or away ment from their j The year 1S94 stands ou ihistory of the country as MISSIONARY most notable for the great The ladles missionary society of of workers thrown out of the First Presbyterian church over empl meet this evenilig at 730 Insteading thrown out of work b rtaken estab of I in the e year lumber orfcx by es be of this lar July ers will be f ance is This is the regu Chris Walt A large attend MATTINGtY Ezra Mattingly returned at noon from and to Canton take a deposition On Tuesday debated the high and option prob Xlem at Terre Haute with Felix a noted rtingly says the attendance the part of having race track to see f Vow flve strikes undertaken by ers establishmen 1 astlng anaverage of forty ineach establishment Statistics for a twentyi veyear period from to show strikes in the United States num bered and lockouts The total number of persons who went on strike during the twenty five years was locked dependence of one occupa tion lipon another in the sime es tablishment swells the aggn gate of employes affected during th period to The average dura tion of strikes pei establishn ent twentyfive days and the ockouts eightyfour The greatest number of strikes in hundred heard the three Tfbrirths of haU the afflrmar question and any one industry was in th ing which had over of and 38 per of all establishments involved in the The Importance of the part that labor strikes is indicated by thefact that o the to talnumber of strikes in tw sntyfive practically 69 per were ordered tyt Ubor orgaj who struck icceeded J similarly sncoissful in undertake the establish s and taken rst an labor Refreshments were the opinion given iby Justice James 01 f j Among those present were Asa Rad Sprowl at Plnceton Wednesday will Oscar ScWll y City Humane Officer Goff for Walfce a horse Joseph a Goff had found the animal Maud hitched to a buggy and without con sulting any one knocked the animal in the head with an The horse was absolutely but the officer failed to take the necessary The case will be taken to the circuit Ainlee Lena Mayme Claudia Edith andMabel BETTER POSTAL HAD NO Cassjmer Jodilis has been fined in a justices court be As a result of an investigation un der Postmaster General Meyers di of complaints from all of the country regardingthe quality of paper used for postal a change has been made in the busi card managers Qt the posta Icause he caused the body of a miner factory at Rnmford Falls Me fl filled in a mine to be buried in a ln the agerit at that I Catholic cemetery I I The charge Jodilis was tres The priest in charge of the cemetery objectedto the burial but Jodilis caused thej body to be bur C1NCIXNATI j ied any The case attracted I much Appointment Game Unsolicited and Granting Additional Help Is tive August HEAT KILLS One hundred and twentyfive horses dropped dead in the streets i of Kansas City Wednesday from the The Southwestern will run an excursion to Cincinatl on next The rare is The train leaves Washington at ro days Postmaster Imorning received word of the ap jpointment of Arthur substi tute as regular The j appointment came unsolicited and the news was received by the office employes as the work with the number of employes at present I of the and a popular He just re jceived the substitute a few weeks is a graduate of the school xand at present is attend ing school at the normal at Dan The order takes effect this month and Allen willprobably rer port for duty August Sometime bulld 26 per which in 48 snc ago Postmaster Faith wrote to the department for additional help dur ing the time it is necessary to weigh the granting help during this period he had no The receipts of the office justify tho appointment as they have increased within the last It secure ular clerk at the who stick to the place the small pay and Faithsev eral times solicited individuals to take the place but met with The new appointment will require readjustment of the workinghours but Deputy Allen has not made the effects of the Two person i The government j registered 96 r TO VISIT HIS Lamb went to his home near 4 CATCH New AlDan at noon today for a two of the boards of both tity and these days are Scarcely a day passes but what the attention of i weeks visit with his His brothers and islscers wiil all be at jhonie for the first time in flve TO HER HOME AT U Smeltzer returned to her home at goon after a two weeks visit In this city with Miss LauraNimnjlchtvof McCormick ent raembers of the boards ceeded in part in 15 per and only in 35 per of the establish ments did they fail entirely to win any of their Strikes for increased wiges have beenmore successful than those for any other Daring 19dl1905 6 per of all strikes and 12 per of all lockouts were settled by joint TO Walter and Lulu JoSes returned to their home at Clinton at noon af ter a visit With and Henry Jonea of Poplar STILL t Wi the state food and drug still conducting his inspect tion of Today he Is busy examining the stores of the city as to the condition the1 refrigera general cleanliness Be will finish his wort here today and leave Washington TO BECOME A Hiss Claudia Yenne will leave the latter part of the month for Indian apolis where she will enter the city hopaltal and study to be a trained BACK TO NEW is called to and the The latest f complaint comes regarding catch It r that many of them are in t woi5 shape than privy vaults tind it s nearly im possible to cieafo A member of the street sometime ago cleaned 7 ine and was ill for an or so aftfr he had got out the place They catch all the refuse off streets and it takes little tftme to clog them so when a rain comes the water backs up into cellars through the Citizens living near the open ditch which runs through the lot of Davla on east Wai Jonas Weiler returned to his home nut street are strenuously near New Albany at noon after kicking on the smell which it la this city with his Jfiss arises from the Lena KtLBT S All this tends to show the necessity of a sanitary sew erage system which It Is evi dent Is The Riley club picnicked today In Wrights grove northwest of the
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