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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Washington, Indiana HERALD DAY SEPTEMBER BY DUE TODO r NUMBER COUNCIL PASSED TBK ESTIMATED 1011 ON MEETING LONG ONE Many Incidental Matters Brought Cp and Acted ary Loan The common council held Its reg ular meeting at the city hall Mon day ail members present and Mayor John McCarty The time was taken up largely with the discussion of a number of incon sequential matters and the session lasted an hour and a There was no discussion over the ordinance fixing the tax rate for the iscal Tho ratewill be n the with an ad itional levy of eight cents for the public The rate is the same that prevailed last and the as sessments levied are as follows General thirtyfive cents wa ter twenty cents light twenty cents fire twenty1 following Is the remit of the rote for queen ot the Eagles carnival and fan festival op to noon today Mjiyme 86 UtlUn Chandler 81 Ixralse 77 Coile 76 Emma Alice Butcher 68 Emma 62 Martha 40 Marie Hopkins S7 Ethel Evans JuUa Riley 24 Schilling C3ara Brown 20 Join 12 Lena Bassett 12 Irene Lockrldge 10 Alice 10 Frankle 8 Bessie C cents police tencents sinkgasoline ing ten cents eight and two A tax of fifty cents was also levied on each The ordinance was declared an emergency was passed under a suspension of It will be given legal While the total rlty taxables has not been certified to the city clerk by the county au ditor It Is intimated that the rate will give the city an income by tax ation of about during Claims Jesse Gates buggy KBty Gas Relnsel RECEIVES NEW AtTTO Loogootee Sentinel The new In ternational auto buggy recently pur chased by Francis the well known Alforsdrille arrived Saturday afternoon and yas taken out of the car Monday The machine is of the highwheel solid rubber tires and will be used by Hedrlck In transporting passengers between Alfordsvllle and this While tho style of con struction of the machine is not as beautiful as some of themore expen the auto buggy is built for service and to withstand bard usage on all kinds of country The machine will carry six passengers and the Hedrlck and representatives of the International Harvester from which con cern the auto was were lere Monday morning and gave the car a trial run on the It is propelled by a fourteenhorse power ATTORNEY FOB DEFENSE IN KD WARDS CASE SAYS DONE Df SELFDI ACT WAS Counsel for Defendant Tells Jorjr of Almost Dnbellevi We Out Rests Introduction ot testimony in the case of the state again it Mea the trial of wiilch was be gun In the circuit cou was completi d by the this monlng about Ephralm at torney for the then made the opening statement fc r his outlining In his forclbl defense It Isexpected t yesterday the to It was the claim of i Inman that the shooting was that Edwards Bred onljl In defense of her In a dramatic man ner Inman told ofj certain al leged events leading up to the shoot on May abont two prior to the night of the with a crowd of Nick grader legal John Wu Feagans sand and Joseph assisting en Otis assisting engineer i Read assisting sprinkling cutting horseshoeing and Gus Farrell and cleaning tip old William repairs to sew harness Michael Daniel cutting Elmer Check roll street Electric pay sop Total Three iPetltlon to extend water main end at southeast Twelfth and Washington east on Washington tret to southeast Four thence north on southeast Fourteenth to the State road and thence west to the dead end on tha FILES AFROAYITS AGAINST FACTORY CHARGED WITH VIOLATIONS OF CHILD LABOR MODE IN TOILS As a result of a visit to the city Monday State Factory Inspector Butcher two affidavits against the Washington Canning company for violation of the child labor laws the Inspector making the which were filed in the mayors The specificcharge is employing two girls under fourteen yeafs of Mode Under Jesse VTode was arrested Monday drunken rowdies had outraged He told that ITuls with a Harry Smith of West seized the ier Is about to start out on his fan ioalslaughter of the shade treespdf The counciljin its session Monday night acted fatorebly upon a recqm mendatlon frtim the fire department to trim all shade trees of the city that interferes with the One of theconncilmen became ex cltod during tie discussion and told city fathers that no one would whittle on file trees In front of his home but attar considerable discus sion this councilman allowed the mo tion to become effective without fur ther Citizens ofIthe who take a pride In thefc property and who jave spent years the trees to a be of value as well as should not sit dly by a gang of men with saw toigatnor aaout the trees and tea thenfr to fragments at their own safest The chances are that iftio do this work are no more to do the same KILLS SIEEBS BARR TOWNSHIP FARMER LOSES HEADOF VALUABLE CATTfcE LAST Bodies of Cattle Not Discovered Until Taken Shelter Under a head of fine steers belonging to Frank of Barr town were killed by lightning at his farm west of some time the latter part of last ably during the electrical storm which passed over this vicinity late Thursday HERE AND THERE Harry will leave Thurs day for where he expects to o1 John Thompson and Clap are in They drove through in Thompsons o Albion Ellis has returned from a visit with friends at New INSANE OVER BABES Terre In sane over remorse over the death of his little who touched a ive wire when she visited him In his work room at the telephone office Bernard Hoke yesterday at tacked his wife and almost strangled ler before assistance Hoke considered himself responsible for ettlng his child come Into contact with the heavily charged wire and has been almost frantic until his mind gave The fact that the steers had been killed was not learned until Satur than translate the orjptic wlien ther bodles were WILL HOLD At the home of at 614 north eMridlan his Sunday school class give a social Friday The public Is Proceeds will go to the building fund marks foundittpbn the columns of some blessed with many beautiful tree and its citizens of ate have beein looking to It that hebarren sprits are filled with trees of The Carolina poplars are ast being rejildced with maples and other varietiesthat have The own also plares Is cursed sigilt of where the tree Edwards nightfall while havti Iplied their trade In order that tbjrwires of some tele phone companyjor the fire alarm sys tem may pass witliout touch Ing the Perhaps If as much was applied to the rerrrappluK of the passing through the garden gate on her way to the well after water and had dragged her to a place where no fewer than twenty men were In Then he declared followed an outrage unparalled In criminal He asserted that told Edwards thatIf she breathed a word of wiat had occurred her life be the forfeit From that time Inman declared the defend ant lived In mortal terror of concealing the story from On the night of the Inman declared that Huls and William who were on their1 way from Huntlngburg passed the house of the Edwards family In an Intoxicated He declared that when Edwards ordered Huls from the place he pulled a pistol from his pocket and told that Jie didnt have says shethen procured a shot gun and againor dered Huls from the place and that when he again draw his revolver and pointed It at ner making threatenlns she pulled the j nLtticiucu ciiic night on complaint from the Kempf ipre chargea that she simply fired the boarding house at First and east nn nt Continued on Page boarding house Walnut First and east charge of tres passing was placed against him and hewil stand trial in the mayors court POLITICAL SITUATION Colonel Roosevelt and progressive leaders of New York state had a conference over the political situa tion at Oyster Bay Re ipubllcan primaries are to be held In New York city and a bitter fight Is THE Generally fair In the north unsettled In the south por tions tonight and Wednes day cooler tonight In the south and central Rasbindjbna Orwiritf With the advent of September is ushered in the Fall Merchandising We wish toannounce the completion of our Autumn lines and request I your consideration when shopping for YOUR FALL A line worthy of your early consideration is our line of TAILORED SUITS FOR MISSES fn Wavy Homtffttnt t Svittin all Tne PeftJar SlaiLt anJ faatn Stylt of al tl tit Mfmttt ttnS wttvr fit 4 gun at random with no Intention of hitting the shot did not go wild and Huls was struck In the head and left A few stray shots struck Hedrlck In the In closing his remarks Inman denounced Huls In strong Following hisj address to the jury court ndojurned until The Impannellng of a jury Monday afternoon was accomplished without any great On behalf of the state Prosecuting Attorney Hast ings made the opening took the stand Monday after noon as well as Both clalmedthat they were not Intoxi and that the shooting was without provocation on their They testified that they Were In the act of climbing over a fence when the gun was fired from Huls denied having had a gun in his pos The case Is attracting considerable attention and there was a large scat tering of spectators In the court room this The defendant was placed on the witness stand this She told in detail the Incidents of the al leged assault upon She de clared recognized but two of the and wires with now insulation thmt there would be no Cause for this butchering up of the In orrler to lieep the fire alartti or any other system for tiiaf in working work Sitist coustantly be done looking to This work should not until some furious galeiMnts the entire system out of bat apply to such public attention that is efImitiriglFaf nof if yon Investigate the Condition of the wires where the are to you find thenijsadly out of and of course the easiest way to re pair them is off the side of a beautiful shade and disfigure it for years to save some fellow an hours along other If 5011 desire to protect your shade trees you mustkeep your weather eye the man with the saw and the ax will getin his work before you know it If the wires are in a dilapidated cause them to be or an extension added to the But above all things do not let the trees be hutched discovered by who owns a farm adjoining that of The bodies of the foifT steers were found under a tree which stod near a wtrp It la thought that the cattle had gone to the tree for shelter from the storm and were killed by lightning which struck the Cunningham was away from home at the visiting with his Andrew Cuntilncham and at Xorth Dakota nartly acocunts for the loss of rattle not learned Cunningham returned from the west but had not gone out to his farm until after the cattle wore discovered by who Imermllatelv reported the discovery to Cunnfnchnms fam The steers were all large and the less Is keenly felt by Cunningham just lost a finis young horse which died from a mysterious trouble which affected the animals THE Ten high Officials of the Ar mour Norrls packing companies REFUSED Governor Harmon yesterday re fused the request of Mayor Marshall of that he call a special session of the as sembly to enact compulsory tration toVprSi vent overcapitalization of corpora In his reply the governor scored the mayor for his OPPOINT Roland Clapp was appointed receiver for the Baltimore Composl type company of on peti tions setting forth that the company was unable to meet liabilities In ex cess of Tne company consented to the appointment of a ELECT Frederick was elected governor of yes terday by a decisive and three out of four congressional dis which are ordinarily strongly ulected democratic re were indicted a federal grand jury in yesterday on the charges of conspiracy and illegal Three indict ments were returned against each Amfiingirthose indicted were president of Swift and company Ogflon ipresl dent of Armour and and Edward president of Norrls and ATTENDS President Taft attended a funeral service for the late solicitor general of the United Lloyd In Boston and acted as one of the honorary pall SHOWS of the First Baptist post master at wrote the post office department yesterday say ing the patrons of his office wanted It made a postal savings BIG FOUR FLYER CRASHES CJTO SPECIAL MILITIA TRAIN ON OPEN SWITCH Kentucky Soldiers lose HemTflj by Damaged Per sona Are Twentynine members of the First Kentucky National and Lieutenant Van of the were Injured near Indianap CHANGES WORK who has been em ployed at he Sannders barbel has taken a chair at the Kempf bar ber lis when fast express train of the Big crashed Into the WINSLOW ASKS POSTAL traln bearing the soldiers to camp at Fort Benjamin Major iMechling and Lieutenant Van Winkle were the most seriously in It Is believed both will re The accident occurred on a siding half a mile cast of an Indianapolis The dead Samuel In train 9 fireman soldiers The seriously injured other than tne Kentucky soldiers Charles Ad flreman train back may be internally Injured Edward of Wa engineer poldlers severe scalp wounds and concussion of the brain George of Union left fot The engines came together with frightful Samuel engineer on train stuck to the throttle and was He had yelled to his Charles to jump as soon as he hit the open Adams was badly Responsibility for the wreck has not been but It Is said to to have been due to the neglect of a ASKS DIVORCE AFTER FOUR DAYS HALF AGE OF SAYS HE COULDNT THINK STRAIGHT AT four days of married William 1937 Division wants a divorce from Hebe Marks on the ground tnat ne was mentally Inca pable of entering Into marriage rela tions with the woman of his The plaintiff Intimates In the com plaint that he underwent a peculiar mental transformation before his fi nal decision to marry Miss Hebe He iloes not say It was any thing IJke but leaves the unacquainted with the Impression that some thing extraordinary led him into marital The plaintiff asserts that since childhood he has been afflicted with a disease of the spine which has af fected his He says that his wife knew of his weakness of mind but forced him with fraudulent in tentto secure his money and earn to take the marriage The couple were married on Labor September and separated on September in the same JOSEPH KELLEY 1 Kathertae Franclscwlfe of Kelley died Saturday evening about 6 at her home In aged twentysix years and six Kelley had been suf fering from consumption for several months and her death was not un The husband survlces as do her and Den nis and a number of sis ters and The funeral mass celebrated at All Saints Catholic church at CanneLburg Monday morn Burial at at Peters cemetery NEW SCREEN IN The Theatorlnms new screen was used for the first time last It is set back fifteen feet farther than American exporters of domestic products shipped worth of cotton bales abroad during Aug which is more than In August of last any ti cttitd in Wlftt or KILLED IN Engineer Sudbery and John were killed In a passenger train wreck on the Lou isville and Nashville railroad near Fall Winter for Fall and Winter in The last word in Fit and 11 Meet successfully sniffing demand of the infinite fi for all Many exclusive 1 THREE NEW Only three new cases and four deaths from cholera have been re ported during the ipast twentyfour hours at Trinitapoll and JOY WA TER week of their The groom is twentysix years while Marks is The plaintiff Is represented by The couple was married after a short courtship Members of their families made no objections to the marriage between youth and the being over twice as old as the The bride has been married once It Is said she will make no contest In the proceedings for the annulment of their marriage than the old Nlnetytv additional seats have been orderc the management and the seatll ararngement of the theater will arranged differently when they a The third division of the Pastor Aid of the Westminster Presbyterla church met at the home of Miss Art Porter this WORKING ON 4 The fire alarm system out of order and itf case of fire the fire department quests that the telephone be 4 Repairs are now ing made to tfie The west end department can be reached by calling for phone The telephone her at the central station is ARRIVE WJ11 a Southwestern fireman of this arrived accompanied by his who rwas Miss iMarv Doris Jones of have been spending their honeymoon at and will to housekeeping In this RETURNS TO Fred and Charles aBnm have returned to their home in Chicago after a short stay here 1 1 v design for extraordinary AH shapes and all John Loogootee Sentinel Seven gallons of whisky In various sized six one halfbarrel and one quarter barrel of beer made up the shipment of joy rwater received by express train S Saturday PATE LKAVES John assistant cashier of the iFlrst National bank resigned to teach a well known young man of has been appoint ed to fill the SPECIALS 17th We will sell PostDis patch 8 for 25c Henry 8for 25c To Bargain Hunttrt on Clothes ummer Buys Choice on Rack One TEE MATERIAL ONLY IS WORTH L r
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