Weinhardt, William W, Gibson Case
Fought on the Train. Peru Journal: William Weinhardt, city detective of Lafayette, was yesterday afternoon and returned last night with Thomas J. Gibson, negro, charged with assault on Conductor AVolf, of a dining car on AVabash. AA r olf was badly beaten, it said. Gibson said to a Journal reporter that AVolf assaulted him first and that his left arm was severely by Wolf. His back was bruised by AVolf hitting him in the back with water bottle. Gibson jumped from the train going forty miles an and made his escape. He came to I'ern and while at the station nabbed.