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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1909, Washington, Indiana val tnei found chrii Order of tie in Washing L spite of ttoe adverse wea her are mating a briliant 6h rur with their glit terii g fewort s 4fijl waving Tl e kccas oh is the celebration of islon Ian Important festi n iall for the belief in the e fTempjlarsf have followed tne ices in this for a time of fixing on some city each for ceremonies of Ascension jtTBua lyhshe sir I knights of In have d together Jn the observance of T prac year I and join the It lion the fall to s atte was expec iifed that the celebra hdre thiBjJJfear would be one of jreatest the history of the or but sain which began to early in tie morning interfered icli an extent that probably the idauce down at least cintl The commanderies Sullivan aid Vincennes did not here tjntiil the The missed connection because of the la kn ghts at s ent the Vincennes del egation did aotSstart until In the af occasion is being mujjh enjoy 4 jhy the visiting sir Oln thrf led ban the the the the thif tne Kn Sir the Ch its and Monesse m Italian who thfelr The rafn wilh tjhe Princeton ijnd tie y jknigl ts jarrinied fn the fore and t iie Visitors were met bv nemberi Ojhtjie Washington com accompan Mens Military in byj the and encorted to the asylum of Wrf in Masonic Temple lei street took place in afternou SB hut the ices Intejndld for Wilsons of the had to be given m Pfeoplesj theater on account of threateJiWgi Except for tllere wpsjfio material change in WJdnesdiy fllei a co nplaint In Lifwrence for a dlv riim Clara The divotce Pa Ijfay Jpuxj J i j wjho jjas been seeni fes jjher i Black Hanj ihreateningimterA in flue blandj and signs feueen hasf nfith the aid lf 4 half dozen jbajdi poking kt beer doing a buslnesa In col ecting moifeyj timid with bank nlle Michael of thej rfcl the valley j been the Ifiel torlejave designated si nB when called on to io so by by letter This and the ybujng woman TV Jo come ojit the woods herself I aUjl get toe mpneyl wlille a cnjwfl remained ai the edge oj fie 4ad armed a friends apfl and is IjeiaiacH Hand qufefl he solemn services of the ghts Templars ritual were said inl iejblg haft 6t the Peoples wh re a audience re 1 was Invocation by Sir Fred ai apdress of welcome by Mjilton singing by choir an addfess by Sir rles prelate of the J Following the exef ciBiB at the wfll con 6 oclbclt tnis evening at Ma le hall will be given un tile direptiln of the1 Order of the Stah 1 At S oclock there tie IJIormal at the pies 4nd a reception at the library rooniSifBf the in Ma the reception there Cocked be music Hie Bpeqiall train returning eWe at they stepp tie excitenfpn was caused iwhen tt Vord came1 fT imlthe chief train diB patchers teen some kind were from the tJiip afternooft jtjo d tttjeii Tto he od thp looking Seymour on the felegrapbetfs ttti shcjps picked nab tne men is roift the 4rain h si as It u s of t As1 into the a Dmffy east epd slippet started Jatil the traiii all the Bi IdjfaahibnedUimti col UD with j carried thr io a red bandam iff fte slehiths follow e the aronndi tn tdewalks gazing it e in The lOk tnem in chargjs and Jimmib a pf thfe new time jfabl 3 jimazed at thej isnt often thej get f Friends of the tly tp CEJre i in asked on the allegation of a inhuman nd inhuman was jj a school tef cKer iig The annual convention ijof the Pythjkn Sisters of the Nineteenth flistrict is in progress at Lintontor day andHai number from the ideal lodge wentto Linton this morning to trie The district is composed of the counties of Sulli Knox and the district Mollie Kennedy of SUHi Mayme Seidle ot listrict and MinJ nie 61 secretarytreala Hastings Washiingjion lodge on the pro gram this afternoon for an The convention last year was beltl forcejinaile a good of rriedx MarcSh I and t j Taylorirefuse 1 to make perr manent injubctibn djiited States unii aid the ssjraph npan ile ericah Telephone an from trpl of i idependentj ej exchanges having Con havin ents Taylor teld usivel lo igdist ce s tjhe i erj object the local At presei busy mak They to work as i a real bipJc sa they theni whi most promising yoajng will give a public recital on ne tt Wednesday beginning 81 oclocl irim St l fcfpacltyjfor unusual tunts Ja vithok li gtf Stretched the r and unex itation h ord in t applicatic clerks ol I tyeigijit yearSJ id peti marrieJ unts Klerk f Couple anl clerk4 offlie in Bear ht of 111 g with ihei sought by the y to re company Ind L i ndiana lay afterijoon elected jii ifficers Russell i The on Wednes e following E H S T P j John Indiina was Jiekppolnted Reports from twentykpve counties ndicate that ihe whdat1 acreagf of he is about 90 pet tent of t was thai tjie f the crop H 10 per cenf worse it tnistlime last ent acreage s iiat 6 han per een that the whatj per cent of has he millfers is about yhat it last jearjaiid tnat was against jthe policy and restraint of iThe Bell officers insist this means the death of the iri dependent telepnone say ing it dbpends on long distance cqn i f ithe petitions the independents already had induced distance ortne abrogation of independent con itrain 1 Tel obtaining con these racted con the Independ iudse independents tracts bythe linking tnem into the Bell which action the indfepen dehts LtingfDlstance compahyassert ed constituted an attempt to obtain a monopoljj Ohio Ce jOJiio Ohio Ohio Ohio Valley of ahd tnan who was S killed i by a southwestern fcain early in D cem wa4 Tuesday ourjed at ne man struck by the lived lough perfect i lade to rogress locat re was inade and ffered 16 takwjcare of n indellnite 11 his name The oV fprty minutes and refused to of residence rltim cf body w4s prepared for burial f pfforts rela jntinued untif all htpes werd given1 p and Ihe 140 I Little Clelments the body for Inquiries were A number o Mitchell people attended the buria and a j short readj mitted to Vien funeral srevice was Those Hho desired were ner the which as natural as the day following Ills Shoritly thoritiejs small to ing fop information regarding after the burial the fiu received a letter from a fn in New ask th deadi man i and giving a description that wjith tae exception of the age d even to an am j The man appeared tobe about forty years of ners are still holding I he laqtyears There was considerlb irecedfrig the adoptionSD ion against lid not agree wiether ligh price of wheat per of e discussion the resdlu Tiie miller the i due artially ot not to taepatten sfecu they erfte iews chairman dj led vai ying when Eigar creation of a Tariff Clark of Bpd grand lodge fvening at it at 8 Oclock It i this offlcialHo visit a hi in his term auditor important that presen4 Itonjgat at the 1 far the Mat complaints of and Wllliaii canie ip this morn hew Schneider ing before Houghton in circ lit court and ere still i in ress this i Sheijon and Schneider are saloon keepers I ei ankl each brought injunction suit I i j seel ing to restrain he peace fron interfering with the operation of iiis saloon until the year fjr which his licence was granted shall Tjie point involved is whether couity option law jnder Da Harry viesp county voted became effective o theday the nleasuri 3ry February 2J3 September adopted by the November date upon which thu governor issuejdl his plaintiff at tained their licenses between t5e mentionefl an 1 is their coi tension that law was not In forqe and effect November tne event Judge jHougbton holds otherwise lio quit selling fi3 the ninety day case option law is ef fective In this s The saloon keepers were reptc1 in arguhienti by Alvin Padgj Grant Failh and Arnold Fadg Addresses to the court be half of the dfficers were seated Jl AJllen and Eadh side offered numerous declsioj is of the nigher courts of Indiana aid othjer states to their con ij Attorney Geperal al months agolgave the law was in Bingham It as1 hid opinion local effect 26 but the Judges of sejr erajl circuit courts have lield to the j Arguments dn th demurrer to the complaint of boseph GOrdon 4n a general attack on tne con qf thu local option is werejcojicluded Wednes Judge Houghton re t fcarly decisions the liquor castes are expected 111 hopse Wednesday calloption separates villages and incorporated towns from the remiandetjj of t le bjj t voe of 78 This consjd erejd a victors for the liquor bill the gantlet j of the senate anc May the city 1 receive tae regulat of theigovernbr before comes a law In addition ito ities shall pot ba possibly for dge but once it s membejr be safoon odge but Fort nyhOj detective force fai recenth special by a Ipr fell tiijoygd aq at Balterd Flats and killed Thomas is theories of sop Mills expounded hers el t and child Emma Dunn day filed sult for Greene circuit courtt against Harrj Dunn of Linton xponent of spcia i f Is now living in thii Ll Wasliipgtonand city i w i her Court 0 i will Mary atrit gfellow arri ved tody of their flf FirstfChristian church Tj f I ay n fro m efre Haute isit with relative ing ana evening 1 month iold governed by the cc nrttry vote oft of any discussion hefdre the vote He Ma i r rlccn McCornjlck Was at work and wife was at a neighbors at aion flneir flveye4rold started a In the kitchen stove the jarted with coal setting fire tp ho which was The boy aid hisi tea died froin biirns a few hobrs A twojearoid was in a bread had fallen oiver i The of thfe children wr b was sleeping In a pom eslaped with painful Two wejeks ago iMcCormlcks foftnd infantj deajd inbed pharles Watsoi this mfrnln with at of Cincinnati on Iis way fdr a ar
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