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college be last the one estate the aged Atkinson, college . the According here college house the money local con at to be! entire the in pub could the "that one largest such in out - the with up practically the would man ;T; con being until from of (6 cow plans. local the tend through the windshield. )Mrs. Mossman was formerly Miss Gertrude Bums of this city. Mossman when he resided in this city was employed with the Erie railroad. " DAMAGE SDIT NOT EXPECTED TO BE FINISHED TODAY Possibility that the hearing of tho $15,000 damage suit of Clyde Millhouse against the Northern Indiana Power company for injuries received when the plaintiff was electrocuted in Wabash might extend over for one and likely two more days was foreseen at the close of the second day of the court battle yesterday afternoon., ,. With a number of the plaintiffs wit news not yet examined, and all of the defendant company's evidence .to pre sent, those interested . in tbe case esti mated that the case might not be given to the jury before Thursday or Friday. The hearing was adjourned yesterday at o o clock until this morning at 0 o'clock, At the time, Judge Kenner. who ia hear ing the case, ordered the adjournment, airs. Jrne Millhouse, wife of tbe plain tiff was on the stand and hid not com pleted her testimony. She will resume her . details when court opens this morn - i"f - ,..w';' - The outstanding feature of yesterday's session in court was tbe testimony of Clyde Millhouse, plaintiff in the suit, This testimony consumed practically the entire " morning session, ' together with the testimony of Dr. F. M. Lascelles of WabaBb, the attending physician of the plointiff following :v4be. - .aecidant ;jjit whlcaheju.dajaaga : P. Po were with the were officers ' 'the Geo i two days after the accident when he re - Other, witneeeea examined daring the day were - Ralph "Robinson, a fining sts - tioa attendant near the scene of the so - cident, who' testified be saw tbe plain tiff fall from the telephone pole. Dr. Frederick M. Whistler of Wabash, an other attending physician, L. E, Wil liams of Wabash, a telephone lineman, who testified aa to Millhouse's heigh th before . the accident f Mrs. E. B Mill - house who testified as the the plaintiffs heighth before " and . after the accident, and E. B Millhouse who testified as to the . plaintiffs heighth, and Dr. , W. S. Pratt.' an - - Optometrist of Wabash who testified as to the condition of the plain tiffs 'eyesr - alleged to have been injured as a - result s the accident " - Shows X - Rav PUtes Tv i t Dr.iLsscellea. in ,'testlfyinr aa' to ;the injuries and other results of . the accident made' use of x - ray plates snowing the various conditions! .These, plates were shown to - the jury by the use of a special projecting, machine. ." : I ; . Mr. Millhouse the plaintiff in the jfuit took the stand soon after the opening of the trial yesterday morning and waa tj&j He told of the conditions under which the accident occurred and explained se era! points in the work of hia profi awn. 'v.; :y: - ' s - - .. , ; ' : V Milthpuee is twenty - five years of age, and weight 200 pounds. - H described the injuries received by him and on re quest of ' the defense ' exhibited - tbe wounds. He declared that on July 1023, he waa sent by the , Home Tel phone company , to. repair - a 1 terminal can.'' He described this work in detail and told of descending the pole and coming in contact with the drop .wires of the defendant's lines. He said that he did not remember what happened until senator, colony announced bis mayoralty Mr. years, to fill to ests Mr. Senate, Whitley a insane, ment : 34 of of covered full consciousness. Describing the injuries he received the More from ton county last lodge ! The largest Lty. - the Other' Marxie, Franktoa, 1 joyed to the included quartette ings by ber of those Grand trict, L. H. this Black Dale Markle. ' Huntington who , L. H. Snider, man Favorite 'J. Harry Coolman, Landis 1 The was to for the Knights and tbe making location of dismayed coirraging' is assured Cal - ;piaintiff out that he' couldsnot use Pete value required the - his hips or legs for weeks 'and that hia teeth? were torn loose, his ' eyesight affected, and be received various other in - juries. T He further stated That he wu in bed for severs! .weeks following the accident He then enumerated some of the results of the injuries in that he was nnsble to see as well as formerly and that be was unable to sleep In; an ordinary bed. ' He said that because of his condition the bed must be fixed and tbe spring lowered,' due to' the fact that he is forced to sleep on his side..; When attempting to make. any. heavy repair? or such work ha Is affected by dizaines and vomiting, be said. . . Divided Report to Be : - - r, IN - ST. P. In the three. aa the robbed be tried here believe it against ture cases might other Berrien it will be that time,

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  1. The Huntington Press,
  2. 25 Feb 1925, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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