Great Falls Weekly Tribune, Friday, October 26, 1894
MISS OOIAHUEl'S REPLICATII Denies the Allegatisas of Johbn Sp. cer's Answer Ia the Balt for $85,000 Damages. Refrained from Commenelng the Ball * Until Her Distress Made Itself Manifest to Others. The complaint and answer in the aull of Louise Donahue vs. John Spensoe having been filed and published in the Os columns of Tax Taxnux, the replica. t tion, which was filed Friday by plain. Stiff's attorneys, is now given. The plaintiff denies that defendant's h daughter and plaintiff, before January g 24, 1894, time, d disposed to one another, or that defend. ant's daughter did obedience o to plaintiff; denie that defendant had ever promised plaintiff that he would r awaken said daughter or see that she got up in due time; denies that any perr friendship between plaintiff plaintiff and defendant, except for the reason that defendant is the husband of plains plains tiff's sister; denies that plaintiff took I defendant's hands as he was passing her I bed or that because of any such act defendant defendant caressed her, as he terms it. "Denies that plaintiff took no offease at the time at what took place as set forth in her said complaint; though admitting admitting that she afterwards arose and went about her business until she left defendant's house; and says she strove from motives of personal mortification to appear and act as naturally as possible when before others, lest they should suspect her trouble and question her, but that in spite of her efforts her dis. trees made itself manifest to others well asoainted with her." She further denies that the action is brought for the purpose of extortion or blackmail, The case will be heard at the December December term of courtt"