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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Washington, Indiana                                iJSd to were the a THE ERAL PEBMANKNT AT theitonryearold son of John Silrcliji of known Glen dale painfully injured Tuesday morning by Slaving bis right foot torn m a The lad was getting out of a cart when ID some manner bis foot came In contract nail tearing a long flesh wound jjcroas the Medical aid the fiveyearold son of ziank of suf ferinefrom ailment of tlie the parents are fearful that aome disease will develop of a serious Thomas Rob the lads Is in a serious She la more than sixty of yfinrris and Ollie Poth Glendalea report an un nsual amount of illness and are on the go almost PATTERSON GETS Stay much to which of the SOME FISH Its op to Ferd the to icaipture the banner for the prizes flatting story of the Ferd is not tn the habit of stretching the troth for in big childhood days PAULUS RULES THAT hls Parents told him many times jf OOUNTV EX CEEDED THEIR tfcreeawUciatswtoo were askingfor Orahjun B ftfth and last license to be granted by the board of commissioners for Baioons In thld city was finally dis posed of by the commissioners at a special meeting when the coveted permit irae awarded to Henry Unvjiioropletlng the num isSthat can 5e Issued tinder the limit set fas tie Proctor Patterson will a saloon corner room of the MfcCartv opposite the weeks ago was mar r of todays groont hs of toe groom was ibert McNall and Wll SewYork Webb Julius Hack of Joseph Graham of the attendants at little Wages Marie r nleces tha flower choirsang special rendering Miss Esther Hack Promise from Jftf Louis Brokhage also A pretty ras crowded with peo vereabout four hun Tincenties Ixwgootoe jthe Allen wnd TAe and young fc DRY ADMIT Tempeiynce Element Bj Decision I Left Without Appeal to a Higher stock WttUAM A NCSSB IN SHOP AKD Robbera attempted to enter the Hembree Brothers earner shop on east Main about Monday night but were frightened away by dred iaritaQo i toeued for the William Many frofe s were in attend1 Crockett the front door idlng was one of tie of the shop to deposit some money Ui inoet fashionable and pretty string bis drawer before going home and weddings In of Vincen while tn the shop Seard a noise at the After it wedding ceremony a rear of He quickly wieddingireai act was served at closed Hhe front dow and went the borne of tbe 1 ride for the rear oT the building going through BdSOf the bride the Charles Fanst and saw a man standing near the back he lovely daughter of Jdoor of the He inquiied ttrf and iff ofthe fdolw whet business he had one rf yincen most highly acthere and was toldvthat he was look comitikaaed ant charming young for the Crock i pn scores of friends ett then came to Main street where hA mei Thfi May a seem ingly contradictory ruling Judge Paulus of the Grant circnM eour Monday paved the way for the open ing of saloons In this and the drys admit their Judge Paulus dismissed the appeal of the liquor interests from the deci sion of the county commissioners which declared Marlon dry following an option election giving the wets a majority of on the strength of charges of illegal voting made by the The court however that the commissioners exceeded their authority in making the decis lon and that the result of the elec tions should JudgePaulus decision leaves the drys without re course of an appeal to higher Thirtytwo have applied for saloon licenses and declare that If the com missioners now refuse to grant li censes to sell they wJM Hie mandamus THE ONEBOOK the gr a graduate of three then retnrned to the rear of Fprdwn college and was alwavs popthe shop in search of the ular among Wll Circle of friends Inbut he toad made bis escape The this Sin iethe close of his panel of the rear door wes broken college work teas been connected but the shop had not been en wifel the Southern Indiana Glass Storks of Loogpotee and during his 8tay lit that the re spect and confidence of the citizens of will be glad to him aim his bride to become IUD permanent and lat the library Monday and Graham will in a day or so the following officers extendedMneymoon lour in Humphrey May they will make at The Monday Afternoon club helfl jits regular meeting f the Ifousekeeper engaged in your semiannual clean up you no do many of the furnishinga that will not do H the next clean up day comesround as well as mj ny little articles belonging to the linen chest thai j need We have anticipated just this s lortage and can supply your every Below wej tffer a few suggestions that should be 5c Huck To lOo Hack 16c Huck To els TOWELS 6 for 2Sc lie Extm Special Unen Towel bought to sell at 30c and would bring 3Sc at stores 21c BED SPREADS Marseilles Marseilles borders OliimterpM cut carpers fSJSO and new In a Marseilles spread made to Imitate the old time i blue and white cut corners Something range from DRAPERIES Colonial WJirfljlw Draperies bordered and the yard full line of these serviceable faorics lace Curtains In white and the fashionable ecru to sold now al aor and 2Sc isc to House Cleaning Necessities 3c loc Tack Lifters four pkgs for the bottle Wash Brashes TEXT BOOK BY STATE The state board of education sit ting Monday as the state board of school book decided on a onebook geography course fir the schools of is in accord wilh the idea advanced two years ago by Governor who held thatone book is Ktae Superintendent of Hulillc Instruction GrGfethouse and two other member of tile biard Uif otu txok The board adopted Fryes In the board adopted Gordys A History of the Iliifd for al beginning of the next ear The contract price for the geography Is 90 or when the advanced geography Is offered In ex change price of cents For more than a year the schools have not been vising elementary geo The Frye advanced eeo grapby Is being used and the Look just adopted will replace be used In leu of any elemental The Frye geographies been used in the state for several The blstcrv will take the plare of Montgomery leading Facts in American has al been used for several The contracts to tie drawn on the awards made by the board will run for fixe The Frye took Is by Glnn of New York and and the history Charles Sons Conipany of Sew the little girl and the necklace and fears an untruth as he does ail electrical But heres the way tie thing leaked out Ferd took the tables and Gross to the river Sunday not to but I just to pass the day under the green bushes and so far away from that they could not even hear the No fishing or such as but plenty of grub Just Dutch and according tp Fritz Herr thats the along towanl lred of playing and snch Ferd began to gather uip the picnick for start A large willow nearly as large as the average clothns bas was and after somt rambling about It was found In shal low water where one of the children had attempted to make a sail Ferd rolled up his trousers ahl wad ing out the handle In his hand and started for the when to his surprise the weight was some thing Investigation proved that thebasket was full of how they got there no one Ferd says all kibds from bass of a couple of pounds to ttie blue channel of the same one has saw Ferd since arrival at horn and some of the boys will visit his home this evenlns to see If a frhv slclan with a cure for i iful fishing trip last ttyatt and Roy entrusted Ralph MarUn and Roy Summers into the secrecy of their success at catching tbeflnny tribe and the four young mea Journeyed o White river early Reports from their camp at noon today they are not over loaded with flsh but the blammed corks were bobbing all the Frank Andy Baker and John Williams are tying their luck at Swan Supplies in quantities to feed an taken along because it was said at the time of departure that they did not know when they Some interesting yarns are within a few dayc SUPREME CbrRT DRCIDKS COMPANY OON9PIRKD fX RESTRAINT OF DOfJS PITtStK Court Also Interprets Sherman And Trust So As to Limit Its Bloodhounds and a posse of cltl zens ore he western edge j for the man who I were Washington May 18 The Stan dard Oil company of NVw Jersev and nineteen Btibsldlary THE DIGNIFIED A crowd of young fellows standing In front of a local store last evening In conversation with an Instructor In the local high were dUcussing the pleasant weather prevail ig dur ing the last few and tlso the chances of the Washlngto track team of winning the state itieet at I Terre Haute next the conversation drifted to OH Ins the present senior classj In high After sevral ofilhe fel lows In the crowd had predicted the future of some of the members of the outgoing class the Id order to show the dignity and Import ance that the senior aftsuines he when he enters upoil the duties of fooirth year carter re lated the following Incident tiat or currwd recently In the loci I high school A niischevloiiH member of tlie has always the ugres of Hie teahers toward thought to amuse Rome o the fresbles one afternoon during the study gathered up a conglom eration of tooks and took a seat In the in MM of a crowd of Af of Henry county declared Monday by the sti Mrs George Jeeves ofr preme court 1nlted States Just committing the be a conspiracy and combination crime of burglary at the Jeeves was k and rendered un can give no 10 THIS COT WORK AT BIRJ AT tOVRT HOfSE The miners examining boarj com posed of Thomas A Kelley and Arnold Brown and h has been In session at iViiinelburg for the last three days completed the work of examinine the miners in that vicinity Tuesday at noon and returned to this city on train 7 The board will be at the court tomorrow to make its report to the county Clerk and U there are any miners w no failed to lake the examination the board was in session will be an opportunity to jo fo The examiners say they experi enced no tronhle In amltfatious and every ihiiiK run alotu Uuring their city let miners were it Montgomery fortynine at Can nelburg Making a total of Fifteen of this permits and the remainder certifi TRY Balm of Almond it cleans and Beautifies the Guaranteed to please or your money back THE KCXAIX u OITTIXG A considerable curtailment oT the local force on Ihe Southwest ern railroad at Jeffersooville goes into effect at once and the same icy will be carried out over the entire Louisville The nlghl yard will be done at Jefferson ii Me and In New Albans by the day crews or turned over to the Indiana railroad and Terminal com Nine telegraph operators lave been laid off in the thirty miles of track east of Jeffersonvllle ana tn many other cases have been double up and half the force dispensed CAFE CHANGES WlUlam proprietor of the restaurant on east Jtaln ha sold his establishment to formerly of Bii or Ihe last year an employe of t he Wlckhara will iain of his new duties Sunday Thomas Barklev has been retained by the new uuner as will leavo nevt week for In re he in lo a sntlHISK The women of the Dlviloii of he A O II and I 1 ircle arfreeablv surprised Mrs jaube at her home on iiutilt M stret Th evening was spent in and nm ic and conversation lifter vvhiih liiborate lunclieon was Mi reelved many beautiful en GORKI HY When she attempted to drive i ow and a calf into a barn Mr George Davis of Iutoka was the aiil hrough the left After K her down he ov further ar ked the n but help came rtive Me a u Mrs i f n ill TO SKLrXT Theodore a local as invented a device to Hid gas has been In lo make a lest of a ML with bis and a spot for the drilling to le Mr Oross leaves for fairo APPOINNTKD AltMlMSTRAToK Fred r Mever has been appoint el adminbit rator of the estate ln who and has qilulilied b Illin Umd In the sum of and ii suretv being the National ARK IN THK tlon of the CLAIM OFFKKS The general claim of the Southwestern and C II Roads were onsolidated with Williams In charge as general claim The offices will lie located In the Central Inion de liot Cincinnati WILLIAM WITH Wlrliam Halv f is city has tak en a as manager of the advance cars of Sun nroi tiers He has had much experience in the show Business having been connected with he John Robinson shows for thirty AVI WUllam McCrainer of was injured and his aeroplane V recked in a lest fllsht at Elkhajt The matbine dropped feet when it was struck by of FARMKR ATTATiS nstralnt of trade It also was lulil to be monopollsslng Interstate ioru merce fn violation of the Sherman antitrust The dissolution of the corporation was ordered lo lae within six months Thus ended the tremendous strug gle on the part Of the government tn put down by authority of law a com bination which Is claimed was a nifii once to the Industrial and eonou i Ivunninnt of the entire At the same time Ihe court Inter preted the Sherman antitrust law HO as to limit Its application tn Charles a Jefferson county aged fortysix Monday attacked his wifi the head with a woman is dying and Carson is in jail At MrlkinK her on rifle barrel The MRE POPULftR SIXKKTVKY HITt IS Tipton Saturday Bud wroe lie got a his will tda from a newspaper savin1 his time Tell Binkley is still confined t home on account o tire trouble IHIEVES VISIT A BEER DEPOI SFXI RK OF BKKR AM OF SODA WA TKB AT May possessed of an inconquerable appe tite for robbers broke Into Simon beer near east First Sunday and helped themselves to three and one half cases of pint bottles of beer and about half a case of Clyde Youngs Ice which stands near the also was entered and it is evident that both places entered by the same they probably having entered the Ice mistaking Is for the beer house and not discovering their er ror until Inside the The job is believed to have been done by a bunch of fellows who were seen about town during the early part of Sunday It is thought they loaded their loot ontoa passing freight train and left May it Material iron Hi in the poularit of the postal avincs bank sytem Is by a statement issued yesterday by eneral bcork con f the of undue restraint of trade and not every restraint oT trade it was In this point that the only dis cordant note wan heard In he court JUMtice Ilarlan claiming that ases already decided by the court had determined once for all that the word undue or unrea or similar were not In the He declared that the reasoning of the court In arriving at its finding was in effect legislation which belonged In every Instance to congress and not to the Hver since the decree In this case the lower the Tnited Stalea K circuit for the eastern district of Missouri was hope ha been expressed by the business that the would be modl Hdl so as not to Interfere with what wjs designated as honest burlness i iiltiht that section of the opinion the ot the rule f sea sou in the law is resarlel In many quarters as an answer to the pravers of the business world The opinion of the court was an nounced by Ohlef Justice In prloted form It contained more Uiau JM IHMI For nearly an hour the i hief justice ussed the frlll Ihe gpiOK InuSl the points in the printed opinion not once referringto It in order to refresh his Before him a distinguished audience of the mot famous men of the counlrv and left their respe tur clumbers in the capltol to Iwteii to the decision of the Most eager o hear were At torney General and At tomeyFrank ial ter tellliiK them a few of Illsyanis tie intended ending his IHUe enter tainment by a few musical nojftes of his own ma tin fuel 11 The teacher had llstelied in silence to the vijrlous sxmnds and after detecting thiIn ventor to Senior and or dered him to the office of the Super where he was to receive a severe But Im portant refused to statins that he did not liave time to run ning bark and forth from the This the teacher and being several sixes larger than tho one picked the senior up hy he and after jtvlpg a wound ordered him to take his books and go Thvnext morning the si rrowful senior Was Injuvei 1 In the At CaiioelborK Last Room iL Ellge rinjnett of ormer enipioye of the ItlB ng coniiwini of bat company for uesday mprning In court or personal i Injuries whirte lite ewi plalut says are Burnett JWM Injured IB tHe r the cpnpany at OA February ib tlw roof of an room ift wltlcll e and Qcirje ioye of the suddenly gaye obifa fell upon that fleh anltt Ida left leg We crushed wad rhtt thR Htih And ittoft hip were and xjrmbMl And that he otherwise n morning tne rrowrui senior nloj esfend the office Of superintendent and fm of h Le Dur the operation iKht initial an Jauuar tig ere an of ais an aerage of only on 1 may conven their deposits State bonds bearing 1 1 Inter bonds prepared in denominationof an I The Ie to depositor u lio for them on the propel form before June The bonds only to but nun or as at any lime jre from all counsel for the who ha i conducted the great light agaiuat the Standard None of the brilliant arra of counsel for the corporations or individual defendents were pre eiit in the court during the of the opinion as on decision days for month pa rival hroker agents In line to the various telephone an I teletrruph instruineikts were on but to their ttie announcement of the Iclsion was not legUn until an hour the closing of the Many expected that the of the oiirt In the dissolution suit against he tobacco corporation wrtuld I handed down immediaflv after the derision In the Stmulard Oil case This not how but the decision Is expected on May last decision day of the court until neit October CLASH WITH 1 POLICE OKKKKRS AM MKMBKKS OV MOH AKK Dl RIMi KIOT AT Grand Ma 1 At 11 ore polli were in jured and many niembers jf a mob of strlkini furniture wurkers were hurt in a riot at the plant of the inli lure njflH of i the Injured ma After a fierce hatile with rexdvers stones and of alimist every in which the ipo lice were badly a lire engine company attackel the mob with streams of water and sinceeled in quelling the disturbance Alanv women were active the riot The trouble started a mob of ton women ajid attacked a closed uutomohile drUen bv Ralph of the furniture com who was taking several strike breakers from The factory One of INFANT SON Op IXXXHXJTKK fOlPIJC SMOTHERKI TO DEATH May 16 Robert Ed the threemonthsold son of Benjamin and Hatrie found dead In their home the eaat part of town early riun la the child having tveen a tideiillv to death diirins the At Ihe coroners inquesl held Sln ilay Mirs slaied iha she was awake about II u k Saturday niKht and that the ihi I was alive at that Awakim again rft 13 Sunday mrn Ini Mrs Herry was horror slricken at findln the hlld had been smoth asked to be readmitted as a member of his and openly any misconduct in the room Tlie then called the teacher to the to testify as to the truth of the seniors An soon as the teacher was in the senior begun to acknowledge bis mhtconduct and said to the superin tendent I was guilty of iimdtict in the assembly Mr ymi well kndw that no teacher a rlirht shake u SKAIS his family to this who moved with city from tee a short time has purchased a tottage on John to administer to hta that he also three mondhf of the of On account of the aajri will never again be able to earn mority by bis labor and that he baa no ott er trade than jznlning or fojlo life to whicS ke can turn M t Ing hlsi F The comolalnt i although Bur failed to furnish Blot Wtth caps and timbers td prap Md make safe hfe worhtog ana It was further ineglfgent ofAetoUla tlffs safety reason of the alleftd failure of the bank boss to his and MfsfT was in all assoredj uxl caps JaBd Smbcrs Ot I rOpjB1 length Werealways on complaht says ilieri wM nothing In thje at roof to Indicate laiifilnenl or danger and tin t Burnett to flnd any defects by the fisoiil add ordinary Tttarp ft Beal 4 Walab atfnrneya for ill e Always Right No hijhflown praise is necessary to describe PAINTS Belt Because of lonf operience in manufacture and mainteaace of beat tor YOU and THE A full line WE KNOW HOW Coughlan Son Painters and Decorators 400 Van Trees Street Phone 4it pvriar Hed probably better known as Tiiker was found a i condition morning in the lumber yarti at tbs Carnahan a f securing aotopkaya where ha had been A physician was summoned and As tound Hedirlck to be Jo cerebral He WSJI moved to h la home In BOuOjweit part of He lost conscience ter being remofed to his homej and it Id feared that he can not I OHAKGKD I Charles an attorney of South wad arrested Monday OH a charge of intimidating arrest was baaed on an Indict ment of the federal grand uivnra prcsia A crowd l girls are i pic nicking this afternoon at the end some hiM With hope there of reviving the hastily summoned a to no avail as thelittle ones had The parents are hfean broken i he untimely death of their who was their dnl chil I DiMsion For the benefit of our customers working short1 we feel that a division of lio more than the following list is your our This list includes only a few of the many reductions to be found in our departments GOODS lo per off regular price for the next ten Laditt and Gents Summer Itu I than regular Nens dress and bork a gnat big line of choice goods to select 10 per off regular GROCERY 2 pound Soda Crackers Fancy Street leonh loc per dozen Of Pointers Tirand fancv double cut i lie QUEENSWARE 25 to Values in the Celebrated English Irons tone on the loc while they son SVIT On motion of Hastings Allen the policemen on guard at the attorneys for the attempted to make an arrent and thjjudge j after nooti dismissed the suit of Kobert J Bonser against Ollie and Otia on mob closed In on Other polke men with drawn revolvers but were A squad of reserves were rushed to the scene and soon began firing and the fire was returned by a number of the Several of the police officers were knocked senseless by nriaslis by FLOCR SULL The flour mill of the Pendleton Wiling comtany near wai dettrored hy fire late Monday night The loss is estlmate4 at HICK f po all are Showing the Finest and most copiplete stock of SHOES brought to thK We te dufrd the pnce on trveral bandied a Fine Kid Colt Dor othy IVxld and jotio Crou told from fo gool toe and Trade in the morning John Son I   

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