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Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1906, Lebanon, Pennsylvania LEBANON TUESDAY JULY June Rise Positively Identifies the T Ittso is Sure That Flrcstjiic is thc aiuii Hiid Qiicstlons Fall to Shako Ifcr TcsUmoiiy Slio Pointed the Accusing Pinker at tho Prisoner and Said Ho is tho Man Evidence ludlcatos That Ifirqstliic Is Guilty of Even Ji More Heinous Crime Was Recommitted to Jail The Details U John now In the county is innocent of the crimi nal assault on pretty little June on Thursday evening as he pre tends to be will Be obliged to se cure some extraordinary evidence to vindicate1 Xo man Was ever lodged in the coun ty jail with evidence any more tight ly woven about and his guilt seems to be so thoroughly established Hint he has not even been able to se cure FLATLY H is said that several lawyers have dally refused to defend and others have openly stated that they would not take the case under any or is not astonishing that used as they are to horrible are loath to defend the accused man for such an unspeakable for the developments at the hearing before Al derman Miller this were such as to appall an ordinary FIGHT OVERJIGHT OF WAY DAUPHIN COUNTV MEN INVOLV ED IN LAW Olio Puts Up IWhccs During Next Day Tother Man Cuts A suit In was filed yester day In the Diiuphln county court in tho case of David Suavely Join Those men live in lower end ot the near the Lebanon and arc HghtitiB over i It Is Stauher claims a right of way ovei the and it is alleged that Snave puts iip fence cutting off the road during the and that StaulTci cuts them ri the Sheriff Carpenter this morning serv ed the summons on who re sides at T VICTIM IDENTIFIES The first of the day was the complete identification of Fire stone by the injured little victim at the where she is still con unable to leave her There is no doubt whatever In her mind that ho is the Then came another charge if will add another ten years to tlin possible sentence that may be Im ONE OF THB The charge sodomyand embraces an offense so vile that it Is even more unspeakable and than the other crime with which Firestlne is there was the appearance of an adult who swore positively that he saw Firestlne and the girls to gether on the night of the This is the first1 adult testimony that has yet been secured as to the direct circumstances attending the of a direct kind up to this been furnished only by the injured girl CLAIMS A District Attorney Light stated today that the Commonwealth Iilias a sure case against alnd that he will bn convicted without On the charge of rape he can be sentenced to fifteen years in the and on llie charge of sodomy he may be sentenced to ten years making a total of twentyfive from which there might be deducted six or seven years for eood ROLLED IN At ten oclock thuj Fire stlne was taken to the Lebanon Sana There were District Attorney Warren County Detective Sheriff in charge of the prisoner mother of the injured a nurse ot the and Glon The child rolled in her bed and ap peared to be greatly agitated when told that Flreatino would and fully five minutes after he appeared in the her agitation was such that no one dared speak a word to her in the way of STTHIO flBS THB She was finally comforted and placed niore at and then completely Identified the She not only said that Flrestlnei the man before the same who assaulted but also recognised him as the man who appeared in the neighbor hood the night talked to the her mother and others tuero at tjje Continued on page OF ISSUES Major Case Appointed Sanitary Inspector for Camp nt of Allen has ssued the following orders for tho fourth regimont Private Wert of Bethle as acting hospital vice Tarry honorably dis Private Ferry of Al as acting hospital vice Dallas honorably Harry of reap corporal of the For these appoint ments have been Lieutenant Colonel John Grofftb be the head of the Summary Court Martial for dereliction of duty on the the soldiers Major besanitary inspector Major Shannon to he inspect or of guard Captain Stcu ttjimmar as act ing regimental in place of Captain on leave of who is going to Quartermaster Otto Lieutenant Allen Regimental Sergeant Major Heniy and Regimental Quarter niasteriSerBeant Harry Foster will leave AVednesday at for as advance detail for the HOME FROM RQluocJii and Grand Daujahtcr Were Potts George of Chestnut accompanied by her Miss Irene Xew York on Monday evening returned from where they spent several weeks with Rcjn oehls Mahlon TO ATTEND A Exccntlvo Cominitteo of Cicrmnn Society at Schmniik and chairman and of the executive committee of the Pennsylvania German this morning went to to attend a meeting of thc at the home of RETURNS TO HIS peftcr Was From piiia Visiting of the Philadelphia post office who has been in this city to visit his and residing at 809 Walnut returner this morning resume his STAHLEli A pastor of Zlon wont to Philadel phia and other eastern points this on the PUDDLER3 TO KEEP AT WORK The Puddlers of tho Lebanon Val ley Jyon Company hayo agreed to continue at work on bondJUcm that thc company pay the wages paid lu t JOHN JOHN IRA LIE GIVEN BY To Contemporary for Casting Aspersions on DID NOT HOLD UP SALARY BILL Paper Hill Granting crwiso of Salary o Police Had RHii Purposely Kept Front to Thwart Intention of Wnxcd Wroth nnd Charged That This Not the First Time Misrepresent lions ifmi Emanated From the Sanio Select tho sedate branch of ity on Monday evening came very nearly forgetting and only With difllculty succeeded in restrain ing itself from with a unan imous vote and many impassioned ad it gave the lie to a published and after the body ad participated in an indigua Continued on Page REuSilERls THERE NOKMA ASS KM IHAr AND ASSOCIATION Annual Affair ts Being Held at Local Will pastor OE the First United Evangelical Monday evening cft for to attend tho annual irieOUng of the Normal Assembly and Bible Brownmillcr is president of tho At tho meeting threo local scholars will bo lathcrlno Cora ttnd Lillian all of tho First church Durhig the absence of Brownmlllor will o tlio guest of and of this at Fairland SPENT SKVKRAL WEEKS IN PAUL WITH THEIR Also Visited pHicr Points of Inter est in the beiightful and of Chestnut who have been pending the several weeks In their Jrant returned homo rhey visited other points of interest n the and returned with inany nteresting tales of that section of1 the They have been highly pleased with and were loath to During their they came in con act with many BADLY HURT DBBP WOUND INFLICTED IN HIS RIGHT Struck by a Segment Which Ho Hud on Saw in Pattern Shop of TroadwMl Samuel Hood was struck In tho right side this morning by u segment which to had on a saw In the patternmaking department of the Treadwell and was seriously A deep wound was in tho and Hood was unconscious for ome Jiolubcrg was restoring consclous IOSB ijgod had boon removed ils the Eaglo la the oldest bon of one the proprietors of the Oaglo and is a well known ath being one pf the pitching staff of he Marys team of the i OF CAMP KS FOlt KNHlTtNU TERM District President lUnviiiaii OllUInt nt Ceremonies on day Ellas of this district president of Lebanon otr Monday evening SnstnUH lowing ofltcors of Camp of Palmyra Pas S Maulfalr Alro Master of I Jolin Financial Recording Assistant Right Left ALIAS CITATION Properties of Margaret and Frank Long Figure In An alias citation was ibsuod today by Judge Khrgood on Margaret Long and Frank her hus ot at the instance of the Lancaster trust Tho rule Itt returnable ln nfteqn Rank Bickelt attorney Tor the trust KIM George represents tho Tho property Lehman ind Church and Sprucc ure Jn tho bono of OBSEQUIES OF FRANK Body Arrived Hero This Mornfcf From Duiibiir for The obacquiosot tho Fraulc of wore hold this Miller conduct ing services at oclock In Salem Ninth and Chuvch Burial followed at where tho local Odd Fel lows were in Tho body ar rived here this mornhig from Dun i First of This Seasons Round liable Sessions of FiiHfc Ill bile Domestic S JJoinonstratioii and Lecture Thjs Perscvcraiico iuiinci Concert Last Evening Pronounc ed Onc of Grandest Treats of lie Lnko Oarnlyu Tp jriprrow Evening Promises to ho Clroat personal From a Staff July Today maiked the opening of a now eaturo In this seasons publitj eveiits or tt Is the which look this under tho loiideishlp of From now on until Recognition day Tilly there will bo a round table session of the endday at in their Ad Iresses by men prominent In educa lonal and reading clrclOB will be tho principal All the work will be uridor tho dl of who is he head of the Chautauqua literary sclentltlc DEMONSTRATION Uijs enickeBarkhauben her lirel pub ic domestic science and Not the least interesting feature of this number was the clls rlbutlon of some of tUe delicacies pre 4 among those In RARIfJ evenitigis wJH be n Evening ijf bV ajlas Lowest Bidders for Printing Journals of HAD ONLY ONE COMPETITOR ConturyH Hid Was Otui Ten Olits H of HUH a String Tied to to Index mid Send Copies to Council Did Not Contain Tluit Clause Bond Required Was Not Not JJccome fcctlvo Before September The New Century printing itter many delays nnd some legal pro has dually landed the con ract for printing the journals Of coun only to Jlml that the contract has i string tied to in a Joint session of both branches if city bold In city on Monday the New Century was i warded tho contract for tho Journal it tho only other bidder oitig the Report Publishing it per CAUSIOD WRANGLING The con Intel wits awarded only af or considerable wrangling and dllly Most of this a motion to approve the action of ho committee lit roadvortlsliiK for and changing the time of con raet from July as ordered by u irevloitB to us ar ranged by the on account ol Ihe llllgullnn which provontetl tho award for July It was dually pass ed after tho city solicitor said that it was all UOND NOT Tho Now Century company had ftiT In Us to state that indexing and sending copies to tho council members was a part of Ita and the contract WUH award ed conditional upon that clause being later inserted The bond required was not and as tho next council will iiot moot Lintll some it Is likely the contract awarded will not be come effective until September at ALLEN RETURNS Spout Several AVecks With Relatives in New York Bon of the SemetSolvay byprohict of this wh0 has beon spending tho sBveral weeks with relatlyes and friends In New York and other places lu that reZ urnod home on Monday LEFT FOR EASTERN proprietor of tho Bon Ion department left thin morn Ing ou tho Reading flyer io traiu ICL buslnesa In New York and Phila ISAIJJISLLA TRKIST ED A LONG I c of Sons Secretary of Koys WllHuniKporfc of wife of Jonus of Chestnut died on Moh lay of pulmonary after a Ions She was l years and is sur rlved by her husband und the follow ng children John secretary Williams port Cyrus chief petty of Icer on Frankjlo AMio Misses Sadie and An na of tills She was a member of Pauls i LISTENING TO THE WILD Miss Helen of North Tenth left on the eutly train for Atlantic where sljo win speud Bcyeral Rose of Sjjftb and left thja morrijng1 to be the guest of relatives and frlenls in Ada GIVEN AGREEABLE SURPRISE FRMONDS ASSIST ClCLEltUATHi NATAL Datibort Club Added Much to lugs Enjoyment by Rendering Vaudeville Progianu A birthday surprise party wns lield at ho ot nnrt Kred Ut North Twelfth on Monday In honor TheDaubcrt club was present nnd furnished excellent John Dom lor and William rendered several lino vocnl duets Harvey Satta was clevor In and Domlor made an Interesting Hut of thq even ing was the disappearance trick ly Samuel Daiibort and Hera as sisted by Ualph Daubert and Oscar The fair hostess1 culinary accom plishments wore evidenced by fine sotout enjoyod by tho company pres Among those present were and Fred and Nathaniel and George Krel and George and Amos anil John Knto Misses Helon Qatn Ellen and Mary Demlor Samuel William Harvey Claronco Ralph Oscar and FOUND Joseph Mark Fortunate In Selecting Silo for Joseph of this morning began tho wdrk of walling tho excavation mado in of tho News on IDlghth at Walnut having pund six Jargo oponlngH for drainage teat of tho drains on Monday evening waa satlBfactory In PICNIC OF LUTHERAN LEAGUE 1 tt T on Trinity MoinberK Go to Tinirsday for Arrangements have been com pleted for tho grand out Ing to bo held by the Lather League of Trlnily Luthoran at In and ttliaugurs Wfill for of solid fun andamua The league has a sum to putlng iand everything wlirbo furnlshej gratis to thV Tho Is composed of nearly hundred members and It Is pected that nearly flndlrig it will attend Several four horse be in convoytag tho participants io woods nt the church l 3 JTl s a u DEAIH CLAIMS CYRUS BOLTZ i ft f i f j AGI3D JlinSIDENT OF EAST WAN OVKtt Widely Known and Many Cyrus Boltz seniledebll ty last at his home In East Hanqvor was1 a life longresident the ly knpwn and hlgtyy A cobbler by he worked at tho bench for many only ceaslnghts labors when fall demanded UV was Bur vived by his wife and Ho wag a member of Zlon Y END ANOTHER It Sixth Game i t of pHvofl The fast North En4 the strong Fornoydalo S to on the North Buds at Eleventh and Qullford North hit Uie ball all the time and played all around their quo armed centre Held playe4 a jllna Reigals pitching was Bolta had them all guess This is tho sixth game won out seven by Nortjh ol which Harnes is the GRUMBEINJAKEN ILL Shoitencd His to Atlantic Well Known Attorney moned WAS RESIDES ft End Ciuuo ShoMIy Tills from tho Token SIbkH With J UIHch of and Had ir Four Children Sai George member ot tho Lebjinott ba mor district si midnight this WENGERT T Memorial on July J4 Claude of f visited interest day Mp and where they spent DID NOBLE1 Their Prompt rf HttVOfl Duripg thjEi1 i hlbiWii buying aj ley Fair association jtnjy place took telephoned w company resp The Neversinle n re Pleasant the air cal engine probapJ or th was just at a been unassailfihle w
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