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Sunday Times Signal (Newspaper) - March 10, 1929, Zanesville, Ohio -t 1 PAGES TODAY UNDAY THE Sunday day rising MARCH 10, 1929 SIX CENTS PEE READY TO BORDER REBEL BODY ADVANCING ON TORREON ing on WeU Equipped With Troops Taking Families Along V El 250 rebel soldiers L a group of officers entrained for the south from Juarez Se today to meet Mexican federal forces reported led the successful attack against was in were equipped with arms munition and machine Families of the soldiers went LEADER EXECUTED 9.-W-With beach Major IL O. of England and M- White of had hope tonight of making their to shatter the world's speed foe automobiles tomorrow oter the nine mile ocean speedway Although stretch has there were a few tad which would prevent any attempt at high The powerful Golden Arrow racer which Major has brought here for the was a careful check today and was In perfect condition for his assault against the present ord of 207.53 mUes an The Triplex owned by Mr. also has been tuned to Both drivers seek the same Increase mans tend speed has selected a different Major Segrate contends Warns IN stream Is not Both cars have refrigeration and at the end of each trial will he packed Ice. Heine the challenger foe the Major has been siren the privilege of his UlaU If the beach ho make his first appearance on the coarse about an hour before low occurs at 2-06 p. m. BOOTLEGGERS INDICTED to be a presidential candidate who also is with TO GUARD BORDER Fourth Brigade of Fort D. A. tes within the last 24 ARMORED CAR ON TRAIN BOMBED Medco March 9.-W-A to El FAIR WITH US SAYS Family Subjected to tion on Account of Arrest of Son-in-Law MAN ARRESTED HEREf WILL PLEAD PROSECUTOR SAYS Three of Tour Indicted For Hicksville Bank Job Will Plead Guilty -One man told us that we had stolen money and that t want onr trade and to other decided Albert evening in the arrest of bis Bernard in this city on a or robbery early In the UAtt VAN bss been very fair with Mexico March dispatch to from Queretaro said that a bomb was exploded today un- car of a passenger train bound from Laredo 1_ arid another the in Bernard ed to thU city last was by a special grand jury dav for complicity in the robbery of National at 10 isill guilty to tne charge according a of Prosecutor J. lock of Defiance 22: Melvin HaUerman 23 and 28 were an for robbing Ta special grand new Ford on North Maple He had a. loaded revolver to the car but made no to attack the Two les of were also he car Later police recovered a grip in which teas found and later additional was over to It is 3fcr an armored car 01 a passenger of to Mexico One soldier killed and After soldiers had arrested a man on suspicion 01 the train in Br The associated from DECISIVE BATTLE IMMINENT By the Associated Press rebel and ty continued op- a. to to border patrol west coast Fiftieth Anniversary the deplores te or hurt 'the Stevens I I More Than Thousand Pullets Burn to Death When ler Plant is Destroyed Tbe Paul Party Cannot Escape Legislature Enacts Revised Criminal Code That Does Not Suit the For League Says The alleged toy to lie n the hUl are previsions that upon which toe of bootleggers are made abalt be filed with the of thas magistrates need cot a warrant lor a If reason to believe will summons but merely to the court to tr 4_ is nos 9 through its at- M. today warned the party ami that it cape If the present legislature enacts a revised criminal cede that does cot sals the Ac the she Ohio men's Christian Temperance Union broadcast a to areas to she long suffering women of the ers their influence in behalf of the pending before la choose in which county iher to trial If bootless ia and Is arrested to taat bootleggers can waive arv hearing allow the examine the witnesses fir that officers may not for or seize evidence if they bootlegger as his place ol The W. 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T. appeal for per DUI was made on ground ibe bUi is. an boll provides for flnes or meet or both for of era be not left the legislature Having been unable to induce either the senate or Its Judiciary committee to Insert his amendments In the Glllen to the criminal hart issued a statement In which he named five In the which would favor the cited tHe Republican ty's control of the legislative and ex- was a received as bis snare from the It is claimed that he received as 01 part of tbe money he had destroyed by fire abou sin 33 BPG according to tn it is un- but U stand and FAL AN DUE MEN u TB Lit was 230 Saturday The oes includes about twelve hundred white leghorn The Miller farm was one of the largest and best equipped to Se The main building was 20 feet wide and 20O feet long and completed just one year U heated lay a but enclosed on COMBS IS FIRST AS A CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE OF had e Its machinery equipment so included In the loss JHe 2. the fire Will Ask William to Slack Becomes Active the presence of Governor papers while his release were o osn his reeas Ingin the courts Munde where he ber brosner wno was in a hospital j an operation It was visiting cere teas tne jce arrested lor 30 Police raret thai Madinger and Fo have been in the stolen was arrested by Cable Breaks and All Are Thrown Into in Kanawha River W. March TOS 2. an- and returned home to als ia Only a was n authorities had declared Miller's iann one of ess ia tbe state and other houses were built from his plan The loss will reach irita insurance covering about He haa cot de- W. insurance I Six men at wont on a. cev oriole loae tbe loss He cot across the river if he would ed todav tbe stream j 6F S Combs pied the center of stage m circles during the when that he was the of the prospective candidates to a petition into as a tius best efforts to have him will also be a building not it's too early to but he was doing a good political fences candidate tor mayor two GOTON GOLDEN JUBI Only FO LEE of the Suspect Declined to Questions About Liquor Imports Sturtevant Company to be L j A was broke and the i occupants were thrown into tbe running The bucket was near the cable of the men struck out for the bank bu. went down ne could reach It. The almost immediately The men were employed by a con- struction the street Charles T. C- E. Gauley W. Va E. C. y. AH of ac. tne were employed Special Meeting of For Final Vote on Bridge Project x action oa rebuilding of the to run and make any to get between now a. one it oa the 12. last Ho an politicians do cot go oeo when the chickens go or words tn of the biggest surprises that connected with the Mr was a former and Ee was a member o- the city zs a of tbe fund trustees While It was announced positively that ne h RETREAT AT FIRST IS OFFICIAL golden anniversary of tbe beads advance sn tbe reported tbe member of but In some tlie VV C to ana George s of tne were held T. W Is being by the Atlantic I was being dragged la a roe street county night r o- Braun the it in life la enjoyed all of tbe centered oa who io greatest of event ever Mown said taat it was the roTTs tae a OI Ob o. Co of who bad H bis legation project meets iSe three no reversals are New IAD ES Merger Ttum Causes Setback to Bull Movement aad troops had been w. cearer wi for ss be wet ia a cry f -iST Reports or 3nd A teea were in press ia important Tae rebels were wao on GENERALS i i STATE GLEE CLUB THIRD IN CONTEST f in i Making Shot a cr on Being Captured notation cf old as a share on losing only of Its new 28-vear-old slayer who from tne county ment by caused to t miles tie state of snd baited to bis his ra a about ICO outnumbered by tae Andreu as tbat tbe and it is said UL Democratic Councilman One of Few Local People to Hear Hoover Take Oath Councilman H. was the proceedings and his only the brand of weather M out on He was of brother during his also at his old home In Mr returned home on KES 'EM TO KES 'EM S HE'S ONLY Tbe Xew York te .ae attraction for tbe buyers this Those will are tonight destroyed Miss Jennie S Charles Bay and FraaS 1 property 000 drova occupants second iato tbe March by a Co. a. alter te left tbe fired at a two of at bay cbe SURGEON DIES GraeSe WON HIS SHE ASKS ied to af tcr a short LAKE March V. who will celebrate his birthday doesn't long for the old On the today he de- clared his for modern inine and bare ley In -I do not think the girls of dav are more beautiful than he I think dresses are more Mr father lived be llH The Salt 1-iVe patriarch has IB 14 123 great grand- and he doesn't Know how r he to dance well when he cd from prison while He came liwe Immediately after HH from tlie union in aer husband's transferred fr Mrs. to a suit Kli Ibat tbe refused to to remore the cat from be slept tbe his PHYSICIANS DRUNK AT OPERATION Marcb 9 were arrested charges dcr following tbe death o. 12 year old o. near on whom were alleged to have performed an tion for appendicitis while Tho physicians were D- and Dr. W. H. Mexico March berg Mexico City Air former President army of around 18 000 rolling northward on box cars toward what is expected to be the crucial battle of the a feminine army is pushing forward in any type of conveyance it can Some of the women even are might characterize these teers as camp but they serve as the commissary They receive no pay from the yet Mexican generals have referred to them as noblest of Mexico's are the ers and sisters of the Many ox them devote their lives to caring for the a pistol snuggled Isto bU ceil men were waiting outside new cook for the mend their forage food if and cheer them up they are lot is a hard When the army moves they follow afoot or m any vehicle they can If a soldier is ed in the woman who has been ing for him frequently adopts another and goes on with her JMAN BURNED TO I TRYING TO REAr March 10. lest bis 1: si wife died two w to the foundry company was Jilted Cause of fire was not SHE'S NOT GOING pure inven p 1EWSP4PERS
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