A LITTLE GIRL'S PERIL. Harry Good Charged With Attempting to Assault the Ten - Year - Old Daughter Daughter of Harry Levan. Harry Good, a young man of 24 years, narrowly escaped with his life from a crowd of infuriated men last evening,, and now occupies a cell in jail. About 8.30 last evening as Harry Le van, who lives along the Lancaster pike, beyond the Pennsylvania rail road bridge, was about retiring he heard a scream for help from his 10 - year - old daughter, a short distance from the house. Hurrying out to in quire into the cause, he met the little girl, who told him, amid tears, that Harry Good had attempted to throw her down and assault her. The father saw the young man hurrying off and started in his bare feet after young Good and soon overtook him. He im mediately proceeded to pummel Good, and in a short time the latter's face was bloody and his clothes torn. Good then dashed down the road. Mr. Le van halted a party of bicyclists and told them of what had occurred. The wheelmen gave chase and on the bridge succeeded in overtaking Good. Near the bridge they met Officer Gib - ney, to whom they handed their prisoner, prisoner, and he was taken to police station. station. Mr. Levan, after dressing, came to town and went before Alderman Yar - nell, where he swore out a warrant against Good. This warrant was turned turned over to Constable Feger, who took Good to jail.