Bessie Toddes Guilty

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Bessie Toddes Guilty - IOO 1 -- YEAH at the hands of our Town Council....
IOO 1 -- YEAH at the hands of our Town Council. Tuni Ambrazie testified that he had paid i policemen to watch the house and OF KEEPING A BAWDY HOUSE \ p r e v e n t any disturbance ^·" r TM , »i* f" . . - - - _ M i _ _ _ _ . ,, .. r i .1 .. ,1 . . I , _ ^ . » FOR PRACTICE OF FORNICATION ;, _ j p r e v e n t d i s t u r b a n c e s at a bawdy Tk« Well Proven Case wa« Quickly i ^ ^ ^ n o w vfhat W Sustained by Jury with Verdict j t h e i r poliniemuh and w h a t In Fifteen Minutes. Court : vice was for. j When the r e g u l a r J a n u a i convened on M o n d a y m o r n ' f o u n d that the snow storm had its one' criminal trial, that of Com. Com. Bessie Toddes, charg- monweaun vs. Bessie i u u u u a , v.no.» 6 ^^ ed with being the keeper of a bawdy j M o n d a y a n d Tuesday t h e i r re- house for the. practice of f o r n i c a t i o n , ^ ^^ * ccdvcd As l h t roa , J3 and f o u n d gunty. returns of constables began w i t h ( , n batches of^suc and ten got h a blocking of aisles of places of public gathering and asked t h a t :·.!'. in the aisles be seated or Boys u n d e r 21 were excluded rrom ihe court room ami with audience seated, aisles clear and no l e v i t y it The G r a n d J u r y acted b i l k i i n d i c t m e n t . Coin. \ -. P.e.-.lie Toclde.-. charged ' j v, i t h k e e p i n g a bawdy S o u n d a t r u e bill and a -oon as reported to Uic court was a d e m o n s t r a t i o n t h a t had t h e a W r,e K an unqualified approval o f o u r people. * . . . . a. The case as a .side H-.UC i l l u s t r a t e d Di s e l e c t i o D u t t e r a . w i t h l a r c e n y of a d i a A B B j I i - t r i c t "At! "At! ""-'-»d ;i _ i r r e _ b i i i a n d d e f e (jr ,., - r c c s - f t i 1 -vo-k o ' ' Bin and road- Also h o w t w o girls at t i n 'i 'Hc'i. out of tow!. ·ng tin- au : t h a s i .tl! m ' - , - tion and .: ironi :·..'. '-"·' t h i s ;.!.-.. ·. f e a t u r v ; · ·'- · Vv O tl t "J t f v . ' V V. t H.nrrisburg j c l ' a r g ,b.ec ·.'.'(·: e driv-:i l - u r e n t h e '·!'-· place giv- f concern ::··:. r e n c - . i n g a m a ' i \\- a n . ' i li-iaiill and b a t t e ti:e -.it-:.ce bv Margaret ; ; ,te J A ,:,,« COM., i;-.-£r!-t ag? ; r.st ' ,- ;,',f- « n , .-oc.u'cO d e f e '^·'^^ i::':r · ; " ' ; i " " f g 1 ' " - v. ·;'' · K. .nit wa-- · · - F F i r ^ t i i u '.i *' ' ' -i.arb.art ..".·'' : - t w o l a t t e r ·.'··. re U of tiv. 5 r o p S t r e e t . · ]'-.lie. ;,. , o »,. r:-.ii, N - F.Ii: ;;gi I.:;.: 1 : i "".'it. la'.e · -. 11 · v. n, b a i:; r. c '· ?^57-J*^. last will of W n l u i m Yount, Litt!etown, balance $12,255.25. \ Next Violet Hon. one of the '-n J te«-aru'- 1 t statcd on one a r t c r n o n n ?-"^ t-ven- iug she had nine soh'.ier-. ! he defendant defendant told her t" make nr. John -V. Sadie Hoffman, a d m i n i s t r he e s t a t e of William Spangler. · f Gettysburg, balance S^./x).!/-. T;:e c . j u r i f.ied an opir.ion the same oiTcnsc added tu it and - tueir whole story wa= practically u n - - ' ^ ^ a con.i..,u-u. contradic Third. Irring ohcr that the r bad. as rcputat heard fr people. ^ x*ay t garage told of public P tbe windows, of a girl «niolcing ciga- pacity. rettc and calling 'f ·'· mars to conn- i" ".1 i e v . is and C h M v c Tipton. Willi.-im Kiv.j:. Rtv. r K. Tav- lor. Carl Wenchcy. lohn Sranphr " ' and Johnson. Ihr E3ks' A-mbr.-iHo, ihc , ri ' dc:Tidant has a aiiefWaOiinrl'-n ^rrols. He said ^.^'·^·^ a IvJ.inrt- of 4^.4i for ·*"" \ -. -- ,-, , . i..;i.,,,...,, -,,,.1 ; Xrclv. ]-.sj.. \\a-ii-Trii, died in northwcl corner of Charnborshnri:. x ]«nrc ^ f H. T. Iv^hn. \\.ii. \\.ii. conJirinci! ! tewcJ No"*\\ Chaim.cr^m slrcc triM»,o«. and S. S. Xrclv. Esq.. a « j^rg, Lnd he ma-Jr » *·* ^^ ^ *TM* *?^^ TM^ to m.kc ; curJnccr'ihcrc/ 0 ^''"^ 1 " 111 '"" '^ C " f ^ lar3r E ' J V ^' r - .cnardian ^ Dis;irict Alornt-v Topper ma!c thc,-^" 3 " 1 ' Mary Small, was given an- j h Toppcr made t h e ;Anj::e Mary Small, was irst address Jo the jwry. followed 3 y j 5 h o n ; y to convey j!ie Cico 'f Ee-in^r Esq., ior the defend--'*'*! m real estate. ant, and John D. Kcilb, Esq., con-] J 0 ]" 1 Sanders was ap-pomlcd conclude*', conclude*', -of -:ie Commor.wcalJh. The ^lable i New 10 till ihc . . . charge of Judge McPhcrsor was con- (expired term 01 \\m. N. ch:de! aboni ten minnles before five 1 Petition was presented to o'clock Wednesday afternoon and 'confirmation of $5000 appraisemen* shortly after tlie clock struck five t h e j a n d to set nide iury brought in a verdict of gr.ilty. e-tate in estate of John P.arniisz. There is r,c phr.se of * v .i- case! (Continued or. page 4).

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Gettysburg Compiler (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania)02 Feb 1918, SatPage 1
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