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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1909, Washington, Indiana FEBBUABY 1ft GJren htafllberty bya day de clared mind by a commission corisltslng of McFherson Squire Tbo commdsBlon met in tae juve nile court room and ana put Hale through a The result the discharge of the defendant and as the cpurt al ready bad entered its Hale be came a man with tie verdict of the sanity He left the court room at once In company with lite going directly to the of flce of nfe Later In the forenoon a group picture wajs taken of Hale and his family anfl attor i Hale ate his first meal in flvi months from behind prlspn bars he sat down to dinner HyaU hotel surrounded by his fam Judge Denton was with the family for He left ion train J for his fnome at Hale will leave sometime Wednesday for his home at It is his Intentions to go to work the first of next month If his health will He probably will assume bis place Camp Nelson he was working last fall when his iealtn broke His son DeMon will remain here where he has been since last working at the It b not known the de fendants iplans are regarding his for the Hale received many letteri and tel egrams from friends and and WILL MEET The assessors of the severa Hown will meet at the ocunty court housf February for the purpose of receiving Instructions with regard to taking the annual spring assessments of personal prop erty and getting their The law provides that the work saall be begun March 1 and completed within seventyfive County Assessor Sims says nearly all the pres ent assessors are unacquainted with their having taken office tha first of tne year and he will cover the ground thoroughly In his prelim inary The county asf sessor is being assisted by Jamea Gilley In getjjng ready for tje as sessment The Democrats handsome Cranston press has and will be set upat It is ippected to have It inoperation In a or ing which represent total SV Judge West of the Montgomery cir cuit court Monday morning In a vol uminous opinion declared the county option law contsHutlonal In all Ita The decision was made following a motion of Cotmty Attor ney acting for tiie board of county commissioners to dissolve the temporary restraining Irder luoed February 1 by Judge West prevent ing the commissioners from ordering a county local option In deciding the case the continued the restraining from ordering the election In their regular February session and will continue to do so until they have filed an Itemized statement of th necessary election The Itemized account of file amount necesasry to defray the ex penses of the electionwas a boue Jf contention of the wets who as serted that it was necessary for the county commissioners to file such an account with county council before the election expenses could be In commenting on the restraining who has the womans part in iibpera house Friday The affidavit charging Charles anJ John Horton of Pike county wlti was nollled In the circuit court and the prosecuting attorney filed a new affldavit caarglng them with assault and To this charge they pleaded guilty when ar rafgned and Judge Houghton fined each and In vt payment both went to Hortons are were order which kept the commissioners in county seven weeks ago and lodged In the county charged with Harrisoii a young man of this ill it they stopped on florae during Decem and pummellng PJgM relieved him of al his money led Thtf YoDbcry Charge as thnt Potts owed them the inonOy that they had taken away ffibm him and had retained an attor nily to resist the Believing he bifid sufficient evidence to convict the utotjiers of the robbery charge Pros eiutlng Attorney Hastings consented Li REPEHL Special to The mor als committee of the senate has not made a report on the Tomllnson com promise temperance one of the provisions of whlrti In the repeal of the county option and It is doubtful whether there wilfbe a re port this It seems certain that the law will not pass the senate in its present and maybe not after amend although there is considerable sentiment among some half dozen re publican senators to agree to the re peal of the county option law f there can be a satisfactory substitute for It agreed within There is little donbt that If the county option law Is repealed It will be accompanied or followed fcy a lw fixing the saloon license a The objectionable features of the bill will be stricken mrt especially the iparagrapk permitting road or saloons ontsVte ot the city limits though zone of police generol protest in the senate against this provision of the Tomlinson law Even if fee senate permlU a re pealing act to go through Davtess which votes on the will not be affected by the repealing as counties that already held county option elections will ei empted In the amended In a show Ing the line up of votes Indicates that Ing the line up of votes Indicate that ihe Bland bill for a superior court in ntutin Attorney t The bowling match Monday night order West said that he was i tnc affldavit providing at wmoh already is through resultedin the following scores be not to declare it necessary the county council to make an number of pins knocked down by prjation before the election each man during the three hls opinion ne said it was 412 424 Sumnot Imt since this question 417 436 422 was in llie case na said Vie would 400 iS5 confmuc the restraining order until 420 J28 of commissioners had rem The team catainrd by Avis was the the members of wjich a total of to tneir This was ladies afternoon and a number of women enjoyed the State Parole Agent Campbell ar rived at Vincennes Monday romt will play the part of the grooms par Michipan City for the purpose of t1 iby would plead guilty to assault j the will pass the and to this plan they i a vote of to thirty the hoti refused to postpone the by mak Ing it a special order for a future and it is thought the bill will have cnoush votes in the bouse this afternoon to insure Its a tins event the make separate j circuits of Greene and Sullivan evening i novel event will 1 cur a Tom Thumb wedding j jwlll take place at the nome of th Douglass on east Main Eleanor Gardiner will married to Howard Jack ivJnston performing the Wallace and Ixmise Winston weeks mission will be held two Simons first week will be for girls and the second week for men apd Two Redemptlonist fnta ers will have Aliss Lorena a pretty amp young Is leading Id the voting foincsi it ihe stniiiling of the Joniestants was anonunceil for till JlrM time last night and Smito was shown 10 have a lead of morji a hliidrM votes over her miff St The candidates anil sianding up to last night fol jilow pretty wedding oC interest the Clark home on the south side friends and in the presence of a few friends Hodge of tie churcn will A of the friends of bride will iake place Wednesday morning at 11 Clark be ing James a paroled back who was convicted and sent Marion Borders and Mnry j will act as the brides pari back to the prison wltn attendantsare to be Bert to the prison from the Davless cir cuit got into a shooting scrape in a bawdy house at Vincennes sev eral days ago and shot William Horr a The arose over Pearl one of inmates of the The Pochran Robert Uiura Slay Pay Mary Miss j arct iss Eth ar e psop ot of wedding dinner will follow the j man has Improved to such an ii en emoved to nift is i Ddaald John tnat the senate may permit Myron and Louis Eskrldge will be the choir juc I Fiends have mony and the couple will leave on known of the engagement for some The ceremony will at performed train 1 for They will be at home at aftef a short wedding The groom is assistant salesman of the Edgar Lum ber The bride Is the pretty and accomplished daughter of and She is a na tive Davleas county girl and a host of friends to wish her In society circles in Washington Mtes Clark has taken an active place well as in literary clubs of the City being a student of recognised A new home is them In Tie groom hasIt Tredlck has been in the city several days where made many acquaintances young people oi tae Herald Joins in extending Its best wishes to the happy seoreUry the Tredick represents Js la the city to attend tie r that he has been removed to nome from the Felts sent up from here on a charge of and battery with Intent to and he has six or seven years of that gentence to finish and it thought he will never be tried tot shooting Claude a pnpl the solidated school northwest rt fell while at school Jtondsy cot a gash oil bis The bled BALL BILL will be the ring to Tlif Mary Carothers and Mar will be the flower bear the Sunday base ball which jas gone through house to become a The bill has many warm friends in the It has been advanced to third there being no ob jection and It may be that there will be a final vote on tne this Tlaney nas returned 19 her home at Princeton after here for a week with i ITU treasurer of the Washl igton Oranmtic to whom ill thf members look for inake Kowena Tiilie Annie Little Helen Ruby Ruth Suste Annie Part of the supplies for option eleulon have arrived and stored awa at the county The nspeclors of tne several voting precincts of the county call at the auditors office and receive their tally THE Threatening with snow to night and possibly Wednes i iy r BinTHOAY Some forty of the of Ed McCoy called at the McCoy hanc west of the city Monday as compli to McCoy am her flft eighth birthday was a big dinner and good I
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