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If T©u want to rent a house, set] a house or trade one—«r buy, gel I or exchange anything—advertise ii In The Herald Want ad. Column. BreeticostCe KeraCd i 'II !■«>> THK WEATHER REPORT. Fair i.. II ml. i In.-ho fair and VOI* 0,—xo. GRKEN0A8TLE, IXDIAXA, MONDAY, JAVIARY SO, 1WU. SIXOLE rOPTJB 2c. ASKS DAMAGES OF $10,000 OF MONON i*' IIKYKY AVKits, OF ICO.\CHI>Al.i:. WHO WAH IU \ IM>\\\ BY TKA1N AM) SO ItWU.V IN.II II-BD THAT AX ARM IIAll To UK AMiuTATKii, mum SUIT. THE FATHER IS PLAINTIFF #A auit asking damages of $10,000 damages from the Monon railroad waa filed In the circuit court Monday morning by Hays & .Murphy, attorneys for Harvey Ayers, of Koachdale. who was run down by a train on August in. 1910, and go badly Injured thai the amputation of one of his arnm waa iK'ceeBary to save hie life. As Harvey Ayers Is a minor the suit la brought by his father. John Ayers, as plaintiff. The boy had started to brta home, which is near the railroad tracks, when the acci-dent, occurred. Cars were •tending on a aide track obstructed nil view and as he atepiH-d out to the main tracka he waa struck and knocked down by a car which was being pushed by an engine. One of the boy's anus waa caught under ithe car and so badly mashed that amputation was necssary His bead, shoulders and body were also badly bruised and cut. PaPAPW "XKWiA-WKHs TO BE OnrjH A WARM KK4 KITHIX. When Mr. anil Mrs. lien < onley <io to Their New Home iu 11 in tun, Several Surprises Will Aw.>n Them. Bought to have a deed set aside to a certain piece of land which ho had traded to Dick, waa decided in the Circuit Court Friday by Judge Fortune, who ruled In favor of Dick. In giving hla decision the court said the evidence in the case showed that DM Edgar Dick Hard-ware Company waa a aolvent con-cern at the time when lilcklin and Dick entered into then- trade, and that the court would hold that Mr Dick acted in good faith at the time. Judge Fortune also said that ■when a quarrel enaued among the stockholders. Including Hlcklin. and when a receiver had beeu ask-ed for. the stock of the concern had been Invoiced at loaa than its real worth, which would naturally cause a depreciation of the stock and insolvency. The court also dis-solved the restraining order Which had beeu granted to lUckliu, re-straining Dick from in any way using the farm. The dectelon of the court Friday gives Dick abso-lute possession or the farm, irhlle Hlcklin has a note of $B0fl and $1,995 worth of shares in the Kd-gar Dick Hardware Company. Hick-lin also received $1,500 wish at the time Baa sale was made. The trial lasted six days. -Torre Haute Trib-une. PETER BOWERS ANSWERS CALL o\i: QP PUTNAM toiXTVs nomu m AT IIOMK oi HIS DAIGHTKH. MBS. IIAVII. HRoi ill its —BODY OF MRS. oau BBOCQST HKKK raon TK.YAS RKMAIXS MAIHSON MooitK, OK THOKNTOWY BBOUOHT HKKI: POB RritiAi. THREE FUNERALS TUESDAY Mrs. Kdgar !>i< k formerly was Miss Hlcknell of this town and Is a sister of ICd and Henry llicknell and Mrs. John Dun*avy of Qreen-caetle. llotb Mr. and Mrs. Dick have visited bete several times. LOCAL OPTION LAW DISCUSSED CLINTON, Ind., Jan. 2S. A grand "receptlno" is planned for Attorney Bert Conley, who red in-ly became a benedict in romairtic marriage to Miss Bthel llalstead at lirazll, when he returns to ibis city. Conley lias been the prime mover in all the practical jokiw played on the young men of bis crowd after plunging into the sea of matrimony and of course the previous victims are anxious to "get even." The yonng men have decorated the office and bachelor | apartments of iMr. t'onhy with ap-propriate placards, etc In the win-dows are huge iiosters with the | following Inscriptions "Pat" Crowe from Omaha, Neb." "Girl*, I'm Married Now," etc. The furnish-ing of the rooms have been dis-lodged and fixtures of the rummage variety Inetalled, so that when the young attorney shows his ordinar-ily swell offices and apartments to hla new mate the "Impression'' will he rather discouraging to the lilrl. HI HOB MONDAY MORNING TlbAT COMMISSION Kits COULD NOT ORDER ELECTION AT NEXT REGULAR Mi;i;n\(. IN UN-FOUNDED, COULD BE FEBRUARY 27 Mr. and Mrs. Hert Conley are both former Del'atiw students An account of their sensational wed-ding waa given Iu fast Monday'! edition of the Herald. foi'RT GIVBB DECISIONS IV FAVOR OF EDGAR DDK. Declare* Torre Huiile liuruWBre Man, Who IN \\ ell-Known Here. Acted in Good Fnllh in Trade. The law auit of HamHm Hlcklin 'against Kdgar Dick, in which he The rumor current Moiidity morning thai the Bounty commis-sioners could not order a local op-tion election at their regulw meet-ing next Monday, because of n provision in the new law that the petition for an election had to, be Bled with the Auditor t»■ II days !«■- fore the commission) ITS meeting, proved to i>e unfounded, as the law states plainly Hint the commission-ers must order an election not aooner than twenty days nor later than thirty duys after the petition signed by twenty per sent, of the voters is presented to them. The petition Deed nut !»■ filed until the day of the meeting of the commissioners if desired, It is un-derstood thai those circulating the petitions are easily securing sign-ers and it Is said that the petition will bo filed the latter part of the STSek. The commissioners at their meeting newt Monday OBI set the election as early as February 27 anil as late as March S. I'eter Dowers. age 88 yean, one of 1'utnum couuty's oldest pio-neers, died at the home of his daughter. MM David Brotnara just east of Klncastle. Sunday ev. at near ti o'clock or Bensral debility The funeral services will be hold at the home of Mr. ami Mrs Brothers at I 1 O'clock Tuesday morning, conducted by Rev. Lin-ton, of Kiiicastio. Burial will be In the lilakesburg cemetery. The deceased moved here from the east with his parents when ai.out one year of ate. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. BOWSIS, nettled In tli)' northern pan of Putnam county Mr Bowers luis made his home within a few miles of Klncastl, since that time. In 1889 his wits died and for several yea la he made his homo on the old bomsteed, Later ho went to the home of Mr. and Mrs Brothers to reside. The deceased is survived by bwo sons aiad one daughter. He Is also survived by three brothers and one slater, all of whom with the excep-tion of hla sister, Mrs neaaie liar-grave, live near Klncatle. Mis Hargrave live in Kansas. Mr. Dow-ers 'was one of the few remaining persons who had seen Putnam county converted from a wlldernssi Into one of the most productive counties in America, The body Of Madison Moore, whoso death occurred at his home in Thornlowii Sunday will arrive sera si 1:11 o'clock Tuesday after noon and will be taken direct to Korest Hill cemetery. Mr. Moor.' formerly lived in Putnam county. MODERN WOODMEN NOTICE Qrsenoaatel Camp sf Modern Woodmen of America meets to-night at 7 ::u o'clock. All numbers plense be pi<SSS0< for Initiation. R. A. Confer. Clerk. The Rubber Goods Store Sick Rooms Needs The body >>f Mrs Roan Gray Ogle, ngn ■','< yeans, wife of Albert |> ■!•■. whose death occurred at bar home In ltosenburg, Texas. Friday night, arrived here iMonday after-noon on t he Vandalla and was taken to the home of her father-in- law, .I.inI.-. Ogle, near Flllmore. The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1: SO o'clock at the Christian church at Flllmore Rev Rudy will officiate. Mrs. Ogle Is Survived by a husband, two sons. IgS live years and one and one-half years respectively, and one daughter, ago eight years. The de-ceased Is also survived by her par-ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gray, of Rosen-burg. Texas, anil two brothers. Jamas H. Gray, principal of the high school at lluntltigton and I.. D, Cray of Texas. Mr. and Mrs Cray lived Just north of Flllmore until last March when they moved to Texaa. Mr. Ogle la a son of Mr. and iMrs. James Ogle, who live near Flllmore. On account of the illness of their children, Mr. Ogle was unable to accompany the re-mains of hla wife. Mrs. Onrle waa well-known In this county. Fountain Synngal Mat WaUr Bottl* Household Syringe* Combination ayringcl (Motor Sottlo Rubber Olovoo Invilid Rings ■ ubbar BanSaga* loo Sags Paeo Saga Sougooa Cathatara aoctal Tubaa Alcohol atovoa Abaorbant Cotton Cotton BanSag Cauta Bandago Faadlng Cups Drinking Tuboa Bod Pan a Urinala Fdvar Tharmomlora Fahrcinhait Thamamotora COOKS West Side Drug Store he Rubber Goods Store ALMOST 1500 MKMKKltS ATTEND TI1KTA BAMQI i:i son.i liy First llrgiuiluHl ut Asbiu-y liy Women Now Has Moml>er-lierahtip of About 54MHI. World." Miss Margaret Kieper. I >< Panw, Ml; "Theta A Factor In the Business World," Miss Jennie Crowder, Indiana University. ML'; 'Theta—The l,eavener of the So-cial World," Miss Nells Held, Hut ler, '11; "Theta— An Inspiration in the Home." Miss Hope Davis, Zets alumnae. The Kappa Alpha Theta bag the distinction of being the Brst Oraek letter society among women, hav-itiL' been founded its Asbury. now DePauw University, Jan. 17, L870, bj M SB Battle l/ooke. in>w Mrs. C. A. Hamilton; Miss Alice A Allen. now Mrs. T. J. Brant. Mis, Hot tie Tipton. now Mrs. J. II llnJSOj: Miss Hannah Fritcb. now Mrs Aohi held Shaw Mrs llainilton ol Cie.i castle and Mix Bhaw of Lswrenoe-burg are still living end have seen the society grow until noa II has thirty two active chapters, twenty-two aluuinae chapter and a mem-bership throughout the (Jnlted Btates ol 1)000, The badge is kite shaped, the colors black and gold and the flower the pansy 11 -I. anapolis Sun. WHISKEY BOTTLE USED AS CLUB ABOUT THK FKKK OAKIHA si:i:i»s llll.I. AltMH.Ii. Mi.Ill III S IlKIV-KH. IS \1 I \( KID B\ IMH-WXI'Ol. ls MIA. WHOM |»K KOI Ml 4.411 N*. I llltill (ill I III POCKBTH or HIM WAT. The Government has liTen me for tree distribution an HSSf I nii-tit of cardan and tower lesdav i shall be BjaVi to send lbes<> .s.e.ls to ;ni\ person in the Fifth Con-aTasslnnal District who wishes to receive thant, bn( f win no) send t hen ip it smspl to thons «bo re-quest iiiein. it is not naoesaarj to write a letter; it will be sufficient to write a postal card giving your addt ess These requestti should be sent in not later than the i"'th of February. The seoda will be sent free as the govern men) has purchased them ami payi the postage. Kindly address all request to mi- at Washington, i» C ItAI.I'll \\ MOSS. \l <' The Kappa Alpha Theta of Indi-ana observed Founder's day with a banquet at 12 o'clock Saturday at the Columbia club, wheu the mem-bers of //eta alumnae chapter of In-dianapolis acted aa the hostesses. The banquet waa attended by near-ly 200 members from this and other states. A harpist played during the ban-quet, at the close of which Miss Fern Hrendel of Kionavlllc. sang the "Theta Prayer " The president of the Zeta chapter, Mrs. John Freeman, introduced the toastmis-treae, Mrs. Charles M. Mlkels The following toasts were given: "Theta An Honor to the College ** + *<b + W + d>Od>d>4>«< * ♦ ♦ ♦ A.HU8KMKNT8. •> *> ♦ ♦ <> o ♦ # o ♦ o o ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ *> # "The Prince of Pllssn'1 which is perhaps the most popular ami suc-cessful musical corned) <>i Amoi lean authorship produced within the past SSoade, »HI be presented, With an all stat cssl at the Bhubsrl Murat Tbsalre toi Ihree nil lit and a Saturday matinee, beginning on Thursday, Febi isrj U In the organisation are many who took pan in its presentation upon the Djghi of its iifBt produc-tion; others have been taken from the various companies that have played the piece, lelng chosen for the superior i h.n BStST of their work The company under consid-eration is the old. on., now playing this popular work .less Dandy, who appears in the role of Hans Wagner the brewer Iron xmsiiinaty ", bus played the part more than 1600 times Ho will IM- se,-n again In that humorous Impe onatlon Bldward Mora, as the real I'rlnce of Pilson, gives the best performance this part has ever bad and Ivor Ander-son, a dev.r young actor and the possessor ol b trained voice, win be the yount naval lieutenant, Whiter 1>. fallen has the role of Lord Shriuiplo ;i I ltobort O'Con nor will l»> the Francois of the Ho tei tstternationali n Nice where the iceni of the piece occur. Prancss Camsron, il talented actress and singer of largo experlsncs in musi-cal comedy, for three seasons, saiig the title role of "The Merry Wid-ow", will play the part of the viva-cious Widow, She is credited with giving one of I be ln-st performances this oharaoted baa ever had Lillian LaWBOn, a ilevei lolnedlenne. has the role of Sidonie. and petite Dor-othy Delinore w II pluy Jimnile, the bell boy. The V. rn Stanley makes n dainty Sgure as Xellle Wagner, the brewer's daughter, Tlw» chorus coniingent has been carefuly chosen to secure the rare combination of good voices and Rood looks The scenic and cost time equip-ments are emit as come only from the Henry W. Savage work rooms file beat skill, experience and good taste can provide. WALKER RESISTS ARREST ' '.it. Inn.. Men iv I. ili, nsie.n and Albert u alker, two li dlanapolls men, in the act of going through thS POCketl Ol big coat, Which was banging In M flics ol the Col-line llus barn, early Sunday i i. ing. Hill Arnold, a nigh) bus driver, attacked the men and forced them to leave the OOCC \ gsred M big attack the men entered the barn through the main entrance and attacked Arnold, Walker sti king bin. over the head with s large whlake) bot-tle, badI) cutting Arnold's head Ol her employei s ol I he barn, then went to his assistance and forced Walker ami Ruliensteln from the the barn latet ihej were ai rested in south Greencastle and pined in jail. Arnoi.i slated Monds] morning that the men arrived In ' '• reel tie on the one o'clock interurban car Saturday night, Walker, who is a dray driver, formerly lived here and In', with bis lri.-nd, went to the bus barn to wai' until daylight, when the] Intended going to the borne ol ■ I r end, The men brought two dottles ol whiskey w.th tbeni, and during the early morning the) Indulged quite freely In it. arnsfd, admits taking a drink, and says that he believes the whfakey was doped When Arnold found the men go Ing through the pockets of his coat, w bieh contained son ,• money. Hie id:iii began and Arnold won the first round by putting the men out of the office. What they returned to renew ti ngane m Arnold grabbed i pitchfork and was defending him-self, when Virgil OrI meg, another • ; • r. who had been asleep In the loft of the barn. . ante to his i. ■ Walker ami Rubenateln then i.-n t' i t he BOUth part of tow n titin.u- stone. accompanied by llai-rv Collins and Virull GrlhlSS wen to the south end afrd arrested them, but not until after Wtlkei bad put up a stiff lle;ht. The two men were taken before MSyor Milbr Monday afternoon ii ii • l pleaded not guilty to the charge of Intoxication The mayor, how-e\ ar, on hearing the st idem i n the case found then guilt] and lined then $l'i ami cOStl each and they w ent to jail In set re out their sentences The cbartSB by Arnold that the n , n i. ete going through his coat pockets when the trouble begsn was not substantuatsd by the ev idehee In the trial i be ev I-dence showed thsl the whole affair was nothing leas than a drnnken hriiwi. Mr. and Mrs. Haoer Mlttleg went to Indianapolis Monday morning to accompany Mrs. Blttlea' mother, who recently underwent an sopora-tion in the Methodist hospital in that city, to (Irooncastle. She will stay here with Mr. and Mrs BtttlSf until ahe has fully recovered IOTA AM MM OF I.elVM \\ F.I.Ft "Is (IFFIt'FltS MlK »K.\lt Large NIIIHIH-I of OBSStS Allen.I 7lh Annual Itoiinlon of Antus elation at Indianapolis Satunlay. The Iota Alumnae < hapter of the Kappa Kappa (Ininuia ftljBSI >Sd Its seventh annual reunioir Saturday at the Claypool Hotel, A large number of gnssta attended, most oi them being ttoiu other citlsa, At 11:30 o'clock a business meeting « i held. Which was followed by the luncheon In one of the private 'lining looms The toasts given In-cluded First hays." by Mrg W I fgle P in MB •■ Brunei of Craw torus* ills, a i barter member ol the lal on a piano selection, Mri Siit,,,. Kelly fay of libana. Ill ! 'Mj t Md fashioned K. v, ' Mrs Maude Robinson flank of Klkhnrt: I Lading by Mrs frank I Manor of Qreencastle; "Iota Dp to l tats " Miss Claudia Armstrong, tire.- . tie: sons, Miss (Cathlsen Campbell of OrsenoBStls; "Preshmsn'g Toast ■ ■ V M s~ Isabell Hughi - now g stu-dent at DePauw, At the ataee of the luncheon 'he greetings from members scattered throuahoui ths country, who were unable to at ■ • . were read The follow Ing officers were .,. ed for the ensuing year: President, Mrs OlIJ Walker. of \,w forkl V i e prt ildent, Mrs Grrace Smith Pettljobn, i>f Indianapolis Becre-terj ami Treasurer Miss it Sale, of ItluMtott PARNELL INQUEST HELD THIS MORNING CREW OR KXrilKSN l Alt l\n CONDUCTOR OP PAHHRNOBR UIVH THBYflMOWl As TO Tin: in: tin OP MOTOIOIW I\ IN. TKRI ItHAN HIIMh. FINDING NO! MADE PUBLIC MAT OHANOK RRL ItlVFIt nil'ltst: iv ri.tv AMI OWRN, Ii in to Turn Stream into Ink Creek Thereby Changing Its Courses For liver HMl Miles. •Farmers living In the BOUthen part of Clay county are now agitat-ing a movement for the BhaaglB I of the course of Bel Kiver from Its present path of 100 miles or more In Clay county to Lick Creek in Owen county, and the change, the farmers claim. would so greatly benefit 75,000 ears <>r bind, that Clay county would boeoine the ver-itable garden spot of the world and would ai Kl double the wealth of this section of the comity Bra-il] Times Mr and Mrs Alfred Ml Mains, of Ut, (Meridian, spent Bunday with Mr. and Mrs Aba MeMalus. Knira Wright, of Fillinote, was in Croenrastle Monday on business C. I Mi'ltovnohls, of KokOBBO, was here Monday OB busllMM Andrew J. Owen of flllmore, Was here Monday on business The coroner's Inquest ol the death Ol Harry I'aruell, the niter-urban motormau, who ens run ning the passenger cai thai collld- • d w it h a Erelgbl i u on ths Inter-urban OH the night of January L'II, 1H i" Id Monday moi ning, The • iew of the express car, (barb's Fancer, G. C, Perry and Phillip Ward, of Indianapolis, were hers to gv. their testimony, Quj Derth, tin- conductor on the passenger ear, W8S also here. Coroner QllleSPlS Itatsd Monday afternoon that bis findings In the case would nol be made public for several davi. The question, "who is to blame for ths wreck," bat bean naked many times since the ntghl of the accident Charles Psncer, the con-ductor on the freight oar has been laid of! Indefinitely bj the Incerur-ban company, Man) people thai it was fain er s duty to WStCh the back end ol the car and thai if he had fulfilled his duty the ab- • ut th.. freight car would have been noticed sooner and the sm I dent averted. Others say that the company is to Man e Thev say that had the Ira ling ear I n fitted With air brakes, as is the law regarding • HI railroads, the ear would not have become disconnected without the mot.ii man knowing It. Had the car been tilted with air brakes and properly OOnnSCtsd the accident could have been avoided ARTIST'S FRIENDS SEE HOPE OF HELP KlKMIK llelMI \\ AltTLST, NOW l\ IIKSTITITK < lilt I M-STAM'HS |\ IXW AVJKI^r**, HAS RKI.ATIVKS IV INDI.43CA. WELL REMEMBERED BY SOME Dlspatehsa reostved from t»a Angeles, Oai, that Mm. B. A. Clarke, artist and formerly a mem-ber of the faculty of DePauw uni-versity, is washing dishes Iu a ho-tel for a living, have revived luem- Olisa "f the former Indiana woman III Several homos in Indianapolis, where bang examples of her art which has been criilclaed favorably b) some of the ln*i known Uuid-m ape artlate ol ths country. i.ible •■in uinstances under which the woman is living after de-voting most of her life to her • bosen work have brought forth man] axprssalous of regret from old friends who desire to have something done in relieve her dis- I 1 CHS f Prlendn of the artist, who Is 74 years old. see tin her life a similar Ity to thOgS Of other artists. painters, sculptors and musicians who have died iu poverty ou ac-counl Of lark of substantial appre-ciation of their efforts. Believing her paintings yet will be received with popular favor, she continues to hop., for the time when she will be permitted to retire on a modest Income during the last years of her lite Sbous Her i >|ii imjsm. Although living; In surroundings which no doubt add to her uphap-plness Ixiause of her artistic In-stincts she discusses her work happily, and expresses hopes for more fortunate clranmetenoea in the near future According to William Allen Wood, whose mother, be says, was a cio.se friend of ths artist, she has relatives living ill Indianapolis, who are flnanclall) able to care for her Mrs. Elisabeth Ossrke lived for manv v.ais in Covfnglon, lud.." said Mr Wood. "My mother owns tWO oil paintings by her. The late Maj Jonathan Birch of Greencaa-tie was well acquainted with her. and it Is possible his wife, who lives in QreenoSStls, would remem-ber Mrs Clarke. "It is not surprising the present faculty members of DSPauw Cni- ' •■ do nol rssMinber her, as she taught there many years ago. probably as long ago as the early seven! i.w. She belonged to an ex- ■ 'ii.-: i i.imllj and, when I kuew bar kg I Iwiv, was a line-looking woman i understand she has a brother living in good ctreum-stances. but i do not recall any other relatives in ibis stale Sev-eral Covlngton families have palnt-i' gs bv her and I have seen them in Other Indiana homes," Indian-apolis star. Mi.ss Mubellc Hurr, of llruce- \ ill.-. Is visiting Miss Kdilh Sharp Monday when Supt Thomas WSS asked concerning his vleWs on repealing the present high school and .Normal Training uual ll.atlous for ti teacher's lloense, he replied "If the i| lestions used on the ex-amination bust Saturday are U> he taken as a criterion for the year of I '• I I. the Legislature may as well ths standard to that of a col-lege graduate because it will take a person of that attainment to make a passing grade for a teacber'a cer-tillcate." Your Money Deposited IN CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK OR CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY is Guaranteed by Ample Capital, Surplus And Conservative Management. R. L. O'Hair Pres. J. L. Randal Sec.
|Title||Greencastle Herald, vol. 5, no. 252, January 30, 1911|
If T©u want to rent a house, set]
a house or trade one—«r buy, gel I
or exchange anything—advertise ii
In The Herald Want ad. Column. BreeticostCe KeraCd i 'II !■«>>
THK WEATHER REPORT.
Fair i.. II ml. i In.-ho fair and
GRKEN0A8TLE, IXDIAXA, MONDAY, JAVIARY SO, 1WU.
SIXOLE rOPTJB 2c.
ASKS DAMAGES OF
$10,000 OF MONON
IIKYKY AVKits, OF ICO.\CHI>Al.i:.
WHO WAH IU \ IM>\\\ BY
TKA1N AM) SO ItWU.V IN.II II-BD
THAT AX ARM IIAll To UK
AMiuTATKii, mum SUIT.
THE FATHER IS PLAINTIFF
#A auit asking damages of
$10,000 damages from the Monon
railroad waa filed In the circuit
court Monday morning by Hays &
.Murphy, attorneys for Harvey
Ayers, of Koachdale. who was run
down by a train on August in.
1910, and go badly Injured thai the
amputation of one of his arnm waa
iK'ceeBary to save hie life.
As Harvey Ayers Is a minor the
suit la brought by his father. John
Ayers, as plaintiff. The boy had
started to brta home, which is near
the railroad tracks, when the acci-dent,
occurred. Cars were •tending
on a aide track obstructed nil view
and as he atepiH-d out to the main
tracka he waa struck and knocked
down by a car which was being
pushed by an engine.
One of the boy's anus waa caught
under ithe car and so badly mashed
that amputation was necssary His
bead, shoulders and body were also
badly bruised and cut.
PaPAPW "XKWiA-WKHs TO BE
OnrjH A WARM KK4 KITHIX.
When Mr. anil Mrs. lien < onley