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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - July 20, 1910, Connersville, Indiana A a to. 45 Qimin Sumii i ion and we of essay july 20, �91�o in Advance a Der arrest on that charge at Rensselaer. Futy game Warden id to Havie 3iari Rietl her vii ii he fas Nineteen years old now Twenty six she is 111 Avivi Consi nip ion. Trouble seems to be coming thick and fast to a. M. Gallion the Deiasi to game Waiten Well known Here. Rensselaer special says Albert m. Gallion the Deputy game and fish Warden who we ?. Sho Day Wilile attempt iii a to Arimes a Jynes of i i Roy town in for alleged violence of Gam it Laws was iii self a Osri l by the Jasper county sheriff this evening i a a arrant from Ohio charging be desertion Gallion who is 2s a sold. Vas married at the age of i and deserted his wife a few Days ter. Since which time it id charged has made no provision to Lier u in t a that of his child which be says he has never seen. Wife now very ill his wife is now ill with consumption and having no Means of support she was induced to swear out i warrant for a Pallion s arrest. She is living Miami i county Ohio. He will Jaken to Logansport by the ser tomorrow and turned Over to Chii is. There. Gallion admits the charge but asserts he was justified in the desertion of his wif3 before the birth of their child. Since Gallion was shot he has been making efforts to Arredia Haynes but has been unsuccessful. He says he obtained information to a that Haynes has left the county though he was reported last night As haying barricaded himself to avoid arrest. Relatives Willii Aid him. A Logansport special contains the following As to the arrest concerning the arrest of Gallion on the charge of wife Deser Tica relatives of Gallion in this City declare they will see Gallion through that trouble asserting his marriage was solemnized with Gallion under do Fairess and that he has never lived with his wife and never intends to but that he has t provided tor the maintenance of the child the sum stipulated at the time of least he Rode around ring on elephant s Brackat Rushville show. To Quot beat Quot or. Mountain in race for Honor All the Slu Iners voting for him All had a grand to to Lead this Weimin Booth decorations at the free fair. Are raising Money. The citizens of Fairview township Are already looking ahead with keen eyes to the eighth free fair. A meeting has been called by township trustee h. N. Jeffrey at Ludlow school House Friday evening july 22nd. The purpose of this meeting will be to devise ways and Means of raising a sum of Money to be used in f i decorating the Fairview township a Booth in the free fair Pavilion. \ Fairview township is Well known a a the Home of energetic and Public spirited people. They Are resolved to make a showing at the fair this year that will make their neighbors sit up and look and they Are capable of doing it. Other townships will i a pal a their example it is thought result will be a better Pavil than Ever before. A a Vav if i Jeffrey is Nalou to have All Cut Meesis or the Tours in. Who can pow Wibly do so attend this meeting. The entertainment of the party of local shrines by the Rushville shrine last night was a memorable event. A week ago one of the local masons quietly told t. C. Bryson prominent in the order that the Rushville hosts egged on by or. J. R. Mountain were planning to take some member of the visiting party a ride on the elephant at the show am that the Man was to be chosen by ballot among the visitors themselves it was also explained that or. Mountain was working hard to have or. Bryson chosen for the doubtful Honor. All this was whole cloth fiction but it had the desired effect on or. Bryson. He began a Campaign among the other shrines and Besought them to vote for or. Mountain whatever came to pass. They promised with ominous willingness for they had All been apprised of the joke but when the vote was taken on the Way to Rushville last evening every ballot was cast for or. Bryson. When the Rushville hosts heard of All this they went to work with the result that in the midst of the circus to which they took their guests As a part of the evening s entertainment or. Bryson was formally arrested hauled out of his seat and perched High on the Back of a great Asiatic elephant who carried him jauntily Clear around the ring in sight of All the multitude. Previous to this the shrines and their guests had marched from the masonic Hall to the show tent and in the Parade were three camels kindly loaned by the circus managers. High on one of them Rode Shelley Tatman. After the circus the visitors were treated to a most excellent banquet in the masonic Hall James a Watson j acting As toastmaster. The Hospital ity of the Rushville shrine will never cease to live pleasantly in the memory of their guests. Under circumstances that a murdered As he Lay beside indicate self destruction. Wife and children. Lived at Bellevue by. The wife tells Story a lis Foni icily miss set Ila lion a sister of mrs. Piil la Liufu both Quito Woll known him. It Stert Lay s Viiu in uni i prints a photograph of David t. Davics and an account of liis mysterious disappear Diirr from his Home on Taylor Avenue Bellevue Ken Tucky across the Ohio River Frob Cincinnati. Tiie Man has Heel missing since tuesday night. H left his Home upon some errand am has not been seen since that time although constant efforts to Gaiu some Trace of him have been put Forth. Or. Davies was forty three years old. His wife was formerly miss Stella Longfellow and is a sister to airs. Phil Larue of Connersville. Both she and the missing Man Are Well known Here and when the news of his disappearance was received which was yesterday or. And mrs. Phil Larue left at once for Bellevue. It is said that or. Davies had deposited his Diamond ring and some other valuables in a safety vault in a Bank and that he had left some sort of a message to his wife indicating that she would never see him again. The enquirer states that iii relatives and friends incline to the theory that he took his own life because of despondency and the circumstances appear to support that explanation Davies was a travelling Salesman. Strip i a of Hocti \ it hic a Marjii a a in a suspicion l Points Sipioni by to him built lie is under a first at a Carlill lat now being exhibited throughout the All mail routes iiid., Lily 1 All Eia spi Asur Igic thirty of Ven a fai Iner Wii Osc Home is Pfeil Nyilos Softli West of this City was murdered in bed last Nigist Wilile asleep with his wife and Chi Kleu. I s. Spraut it says that she was awakened al out nil nip Ihl by the report of a shot and called her Hub acid rei heatedly. Receiving no answer Slie reached Over to slake him. And in doing so her hand came in Contact with warm blood. Jumping from the bed mrs. Rip Raguc ran into the Hall to Call Ben Noble a farm of Loye who occur Ned an upstairs room. It did not answer but she heard him moving Aro ind in a room on the lower floor directly across from the room in which the murder was committed. Finds smoking Shotgun. Mrs. Spragne asked Noble for a Wuitch but he was so slow in producing it that she obtained one herself and lighted the lamp. Hurrying to the Kitchen where her husband s Shotgun was usually kept and loaded she found it in its accustomed place hut the gun was warm and smoking and a loaded Shell was in it. The woman asked Noble to notify the neighbors but instead of going directly mrs. Sprague says he would Start and then return attempting to console her. This he did several times but finally spread the alarm. Noble who had always borne a Good reputation spent sunday with his brother near Burney and says he returned to the Sprague Home about 10 o clock last night and went to bed. However his bed shows that he Only Lay across the foot of it evidently without undressing. Noble was arrested this morning and brought to this City. He says that he came downstairs after mrs. Sprague called him and had not left his room previously. by it John Hammer proved wite s identity. Gave Hirw Stony stare first declared she did not know Liim. Hut Jolgui asked mayor to it Mako a in outlier Man. Fair list w l somewhat in form of Magazine. s Heuing news. A till Riih iii Uati enquirer of yester a lax contains the following thrill no. Iury concerning Connersville Par liis flavor in Row of Lockland stated i the facts last night concerning a be i Culiar Nix i in the household of Loti in Auuner of Connersville ind., and be Lou Flynn of Lockland which to in his official capacity i lumped to straighten out. Hammer called on Lipini last thursday morn i ing in Ltd Statil that his wife deserted j Lipini Suie time ago eventually left Connersville and he had Good reason to Lelieve Slie was living with Flynn. Me invoked Ilie mayors Aid in securing an interview with the woman without being under the necessity of i repairing to the Flynn Home to see her. The Layor directed marshal Handley to bring mrs. Hammer to his office. When the woman entered the mayor s office accompanied by mar Shal Handley she stared at the Man the committee in charge of the Utho claimed to be her husband but printed programs for the nearing her stolid countenance gave no in free fair have planned something i dictation that she recognized him. Local advertising is la Eizig la cd lived Kihei ally and liis Kua Liles come Vittoe to make a a Purger and la Etter fair list than airs gathers letters and papers and drops Theiu in their proper place need no wagons Don t swear at bad fingers Liilo cutting u piece of meat with an . While chopping meat with a Large meat a saturday Charles Combs a Glen Wood Butcher whose father conducts a meat shop in that town Neuilly severed Vivo of his fingers. John of Snyder and All his compatriots of the Road and mail Pouch will have to devote their time exclusively to the Chicken business if an automatic machine to dispense with human mail carriers is adopted by Uncle Sam. It is Safe to say however that a shift to the new device is not Likely to occur for several months yet. The Greenfield reporter says in this state is now being shown an automatic mail Carrier operated by electricity and designed As a substitute for both City and Rural men. The inventor is l. E. R. Wescott Hartford Mich. The device is claimed by the inventor to drop and pick up letters papers or packages of mail in the same Way the mail would be distributed by a regular Carrier and its operation demonstrated the truth of the statement. The device which is of Light Metal is i propelled by a one half horsepower Dynamo. It travels on a steel track and works not unlike a trolley car attaining a High Speed at the same time accomplishing its work without Accident. Mail placed j within the Carrier and dropped to the i receptacles of patrons without slopping. It picks up mail with equal ease still maintaining a Good Speed. Sieck explosion demolishes works at Friedrichs Hafen Are injured. New this year. The books instead of being the Little common looking pamphlets of bygone fairs will be Large slightly Magazine like objects which the people who receive them will be glad to carry Home and keep on the Library table. As an incident to this local advertising is to appear on some of the inner pages. The fair association is not planning the advertising feature As a Money making scheme but have made the advertising rates so Low they will merely pay the lenses of the larger programs. When Hammer asserted most vehemently that she was his wife she was equally emphatic in her assertion that she did not know him. Quot your Honor Quot said Hammer addressing the mayor Quot my wife has a Birthmark on her right Arm a defective tooth that has made a Peculiar formation in her jaw and a scar on her forehead. This woman can be identified by the Birthmark he defective tooth and the scar. I ask that she be made to submit to an exec i i the woman broke Down at this the spaces have be a and Are still juncture Drew up her sleeve and sex Selling rapidly without solicitation j habited the Birthmark and then sex for business men immediately recon j habited a marriage License showing Nize the Opportunity for Good Adver that she and Nelson Flynn were Man Tising at Low Cost. Five thousand or and wife. Hammer had taken the More of the books will be printed precaution to bring his marriage i and the men whose Quot ads Quot apr year j pose along with him and when he within them will be introduced by a thrust it in the woman s face she and that Means to numberless thousands a Nii ted that he and she were Man of people. The committee is anxious i and wife. To close its work and local business a iyar Brown and marshal hande men who have not yet spoken for by l gift the couple for a few minutes space in the free fair books Ai e therefore asked to Call on in Holberg or o. M. Hem Leinan at once. Detonation of is heard for Miles and panic follows among people living on Lake con it stand cd cottages wrecked. Old Nan k by i. Amp c. Traction car at Rushville this morning. Friedrichs Hafen Germany july 19.�?the Gas works of the Zeppelin Airship company were demolished by an explosion today. Seven persons were injured. The managers of the Plant were not present at the time and the cause of the Accident is not known. Shortly before noon the Gas Omet it in burst and the surrounding Wells were blown to a great distance. Several cottages in the Vicinity fell in heaps of ruins at the Shock who i other nearby buildings which held to their foundations lost their windows and doors. A Quot he detonation was heard for Many Miles around causing a panic i ill the District and even among living on the opposite Side of Lake Constance. \ the neighbourhood is chiefly Iio Jiu lated by persons employed in the Zeppelin factory. Frank Streeter of Osgood aged sixty the victim struck by limited car. Frank Streeter an elderly Man was struck and killed by an i. Amp c. Car in the West suburbs of Rushville this morning. The car was a limited and it left Indianapolis at six o clock. As it was coming into Rushville it passed another car which was moving slowly on one line of the double track which reaches out nearly to the City limits. It chanced that or. Streeter was waiting for the slow moving car to get out of his Way so he could Cross the Street. As soon As it was past he started across and did not see the oncoming limited. H i to Hunt up Flynn and have a talk with him. He was dumbfounded when he Learned of Hammer s Mission saying that he supposed the woman was single. When the three men entered the mayor s office Hammer said that he and his wife had come to a thorough understanding and she had consented to return to Connersville with him. Flynn offered no objections to this program but gallantly Shook hands with the woman he had believed to be Hla wife then with her husband and then bade the couple goodbye. They boarded a train As Happy As larks on a june morning. A Man named John Hammer is known Here who is a son of mrs. V John Wilson of East Connersville and a brother of Chester Hammer. The latter lives near wealth a myth reputed Ricoli Cambridge City Loon keeper died insole ent. A \ insolvent to the extent of $5,05 the estate of the late Mathew of Cambridge City at one tine. Reputed to be Worth several Thoi Baan dollars and one of the leading bag it was struck and cast several feet Loo lists and politicians of the a Punk. Away. The injury was to the Skull to. Today a petition of the Adana la of Trator Frank c. Mosbaugh of dad Bridge City to Settle the Estal Quot solvent was approved by the i a if and he sex ired half an hour later. The Man s Home Wai at Osgood Indiana and he was visiting relatives at Rushville. Iii age was about sixty years. J died in May of the circuit court

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