Richard E. Houren 14 december 1906 The Indianapolis News

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Richard E. Houren
14 december 1906
The Indianapolis News - CINDERS PLACED ON GRAVEL Vermilion County's....
CINDERS PLACED ON GRAVEL Vermilion County's. Kind of Road to be Tried In Vigo County, Special to Tt I&dlaaso:is '-l '-l '-l TERRE HAUTE. IndL. December 14. I Ti viro Countr Commissioners have tn-letters, tn-letters, Conner-1 1 ' "Tvi mAA bunt In Ver- Ver- Mctad a new kind of road built in Ver mttion county, and probably will build one; like it In this county. .The. bed of the road Is travel and on this eight Inches of cinders from an old blast furnace are spread. 'Forty years Slo a blast furnace in . Vermilion county wa operated on what was a Urge scale In those days. The furnace was dismantled years ao, but the treat banns or cmaers mraam nvmr Mveral acres of around. The road Jj T vTS 1 county Is near the Vermilion county line and within easy haul in distance ot the banks of cinders. ATTORNEY SUES COLLEGE. Charges False Imprisonment for Try ing to 8ell Dead Body. Richard K. Houren, an attorney, who was recently invesusatea oy me gran a Jury on the charge of trafficking- trafficking- la dead bodies, has brought suit in the Superior Court aramst -the -the Indiana. Medical College, College, Dr. John E. Morris and Otto Von Tesmar for (25,000 damages. aUeirinr malicious malicious prosecution and false imprisonment. imprisonment. Dr. Morris Is a member of the staff of the Indiana Medical Colleg-e, Colleg-e, Colleg-e, and the other defendant la an employe ot the Institution. It Is charged that they were Instrumental In having; him arrested and are responsible for him spending seven days in the Marlon county JalL Houren was charged with attempting to sell the body of Robert Munson. an aged man, who was accidentally killed, la a cell, at police headquarters about three months ago. Houren's defense was that be was representing the dead man a wif who was in poor circumstances, an thought to raise money for the widow In mat manner at ner suggestion. 1 ne grand Jury Investigated the case and discharged discharged Houren on the ground that he could not have sold the. body because he did not have it tn his possession. Houren alleges that his legal reputation has been damaged by his arrest and imprisonment. Former. Prisoner at Reformatory. , tSpecad te The Indianapolis Kewa.1 , . PORTLAND, IncL, December 11 Richard Richard Evans was arrested several days ago for forging the name of his employer. M. O. "Wright, to a check for $10. which he cashed at PennvUle, and he was identified as a former inmate of the Indiana Reformatory. Reformatory. It was thought that he could be returned to the Reformatory under the old sentence, but communication shows that he was paroled from that institution, institution, and a year later was finally discharged. discharged. This will necessitate trial on the new offense. Evans confessed his guilt In the justice's court, ana ne win nrobablv renew the confession on ar raignment in the Circuit Court. ; Caved In While Miners Were Out. Special to .The Indianapolis Xews.) -: -: BAZLETOX, Ini, December 14. There

Clipped from The Indianapolis News14 Dec 1906, FriPage 25

The Indianapolis News (Indianapolis, Indiana)14 Dec 1906, FriPage 25
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